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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii- T ti 7 a J tl J- 1 I Ir iftt h THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS J yr k ry Jt 1154 PRINTqrtJ f I r cii x91 k J 1 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1909 8 Pales NO 44r I 1 FLAlGiRTER i jittf Wi II aSUMMONED toto i rrf r PromineCittzii1 And Farmer flies a tier Weeks of Suf l vt rmto Leavts Large j t I t Family h I t IfIilo 2 1 4 f t oEATri f iCAME TIIURSDMY 111 5 1t tTT r After 0n illneeaof tong duration Elagetkrtirtfieof cancer Thursdays a nijjflit ilit hU home othe HardihsbHrg and Clove PQ pike lrFtferffor yearsr has bleu i fell kaown firmer wII andcltixepof preckenridgecounty r fe was born at Cueter aud was clxay = O msarrfedMinet llAwiGg ckildtex survive BliseaMar giiretandCf4JIIk Carter Floyd Bernfircl f liv frank Worlaid acrd Thps Carter j 3v SefviGefwsiei held Friday morning m j t the SURowS Cittfelic church by Father f tey end conctitded by Father Hallowiu I in the Irjrjijjtfln cemetery Atarlep f nrrxber of friendf paid tribute to his I Jf11tetidi 1gtbeHflicesIt i t BARN BURNS t 1 c I I 1 1 Slie Fierce Suffers Heavy Loss t 0 kfrerpn UiS farm Near IholtTliursday Nti rlit f f 1 It f1O stock M t feed barn fGabe ii Iip1r xtrried onbis farm near Holt maY night Contents wareas r I t 6horsps 3 hugs 300 bushel i i 1S J DSpfbaynnd1tons of tiiiWf 51700 with insurance t t- DffBeir Ifiiiti1koni v S i Lr Improving S4x7 t Dr Harold Bard who was seriously snured Iflalrlrup wny at Livermore 11 Ky savetal weeks ago is improving delightellt d 1 tooam of his rapi I recovery and hoper1 ltc see hIret at the County Fair at Hard L iiabtir ln September I JrJ t lft English Worse i trairapkEnglish iaSAaUedby t1 3JtelegXatt lash week tp Red Qntng- J priugsto eatthe bedasiileofi he condition35risl f- rpp rfe63 tit critical i y p bi t ivJF t x k 1 There was a Ifne crOWd of people in r Monday the opening of t May Judge Chelr al- tbot4h qulte weak waiJo n 1iand withr 1 fj ttorn rdR Lay- r rn j Court was opened j Ji4fj ptilf the jury 4ir impaneled 1 report heard a r ft cosec eilled and out the pro f r Vt thefter wmta court room was I ItaSif threw b to thefarisi who held- Viry a f acowefnl the 1 i fOCO uuSrii qt + oourthodee square agnmt- k f crowd df looking pros perptt fario to wit L aees the greet display qfi r iI axltibition in the street it like a Horse jhoOti dray Ittibe Blue Grass I Td seee the hiindeonts stsrde pranciiigi I Ii Sjl ttite feet i pretty and i = f aij4nVtrr they gotfd ba was truly a sight plea ata ttQ behold Beard rottriit of flue stallipus I cpMM he jwrewd Their Sporting p Oalef k were fine steppers U gra kreamong the beet of th r3M Bros- II are to be ciMijri llpww o iMMf ter ptlM Uf defforttb build up a JUIIclaed ofM in tiiii Winty I ton Jterboe Eln h4 Wi exui hitton his flue black y6ubjL mon Claude Mereer 2 jr an old flue sad t i L JA HARDINSBURG Whirl wind Cam i paign Date Is Set Other Notes Per 1 sonal News Items fiEND Tom Moore returned Saturday froml trip to Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Wade Pile of Mook were guests of Mr and Mrs Milt Miller Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Jesse Eskridge of wensboro are guests of Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge for a few weeks Childrens Day at the M E church South next Sunday Rev Isaiah Cline preached an inter e vealed Religion was treated from the Biblical and the psychological stand Paul Compton Mrs Morris and Mrs Joel Pile were guests of Mrs Herbert Beard Saturday night The graduation examination for pub lie school students will be herd here f 85 in gold will be gh en the two who make the best averages according to certain proscribed conditions Mrs Enoch Norton arrived Saturday from California to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Marcus Kincheloe and other relatives in the city and county Mrs Lucretia Hensley Mrs John Shaw and Miss Meda Ditto left today to attend the Southern Baptist Convention in Louisville Mr and Mrs John Shaw went t Stepheniport Thursday to see Mrs Skillman The second Whirlwind Campaign for public education in Kentucky is set f the week of June 27 July 3 The Ivor will begin on Sunday Juno 27 Eae in the State is being asked t deliver an address on this day on Public Education in Kentucky There will be three more days of speaking i I each county with a big County Seat rally on the first of these three days Haffey of Whitesville was Sunday the guest of Mr and Mr Joe Teaff 1 11 d CROWD COUNTY dt SEAT ATTENDING L CapitalIw+ 5J eThorou bjeds on L rilln Beavin Mast With Sixty Hard RardinMOurg at circuitcourt Ooatroapwealths nilpopijlcoart irand yrbnjoffiwira wdiournmeut juryXFI rgulatdoeketwili iaegtugIprding cropijwlljiodiiiijljinpe riiVijare4iMHKnbled thoroughbreds ion looked BorobtOmeryandHI as of a HAPPENINGS Educational Educational SEVERAL CONVENTION thNormal pointsMrs AiJriternational in rPatric LAR6E AT i COURT ilSff Exhibition Part it9q6lock anddon die and harness horse which is destined to make a record in his time Salvator is another fine horse in t Jarboe string it is claimed that t sire of this horse won a famous race between this country and England Mr Jarboe says he belongs in the class of fart horses and is one of the best This show of horses is one of the best the editor of the News eeer saw in Hnr dinsburg A horse man said that tbed goobloodIn the case of JohnBeavin for selling whiskey in Oloverport to Thompson he was found guilty and Hued 60 GRAND JURY CUHardinsburg W T Driskell West View Wm A Pile Constantine H H Hoskinson Custer C L Fisher Roc vale R A Smith Htephensport P 3 Walker Mottingly Cal Hendrick Rat dinsburg J E Dyer Custer J O Our can Mattingly I PETIT JURY Frank Compton L L Mitchell HJJ A Cannon Rufus StClair Milt Daviss Joseph Fitch F P Payne Jeff Mace W 8 Dejarnette James Adams W Bandy olm R Miller James Frana Henry C wag oner Joe P Jones W E Ramsey John 15 Monarch Geo W- NeffjJ R Spencer John 0 Furrow t JI1 Rlcketts S PiDrury Luth Meyer Leo Hinton u fJ DEATH COMES TO W A PENICK Splendid And Well Known Man Dies At CusterIlad Been III Several Months i SUCCESSFUL IN BUSINESS t l t Willlle A Penick one of the countys bestknown and best young men died at Custer Sunday morning after an Illness of several months He was twentyfive years of age Mr Penick had sought the counsel of various physicians and only a few weeks ago returned from Martins yule Indiana where he had gone In quest of his health Mr Penick was an example of the model young man He was a consis tent member of the Methodist church a young man of finest social and business qualities For a few years he taught In the public schools later he became a bookkeeper for the firm of B F Beard S Co Hardinsburg After acceptably filling that position he resigned and went upon the road as traveling salesman After success I fully traveling he left the road to become a member of Penick Bros dry goods establishment at Custer The deceased was a son of Mr and Mrs R H Penick of near Custer and a brother of R 0 Penick David T Penick Morton Penlch and Mrs Romine of Custer and Clarence Penick of Irvlngton lionte burying ground near Custer the Masons officiating he being an honor ed member of that fraternity oriCUPhIoPresented By Louisville tilusi Lovers And Commercial Club To Riccardo Marlin At Musical srFestival A singer has honor save in his own country was contradicted in Louisville at the Music Festival last week when Riccardo Martin Kentuckys own son made his appearance for the first time before home folks His singing was a sufficient guarantee that Kentucky had produced something very fine in the way of a tenor Friday at the Seelbach a reception was given bim by hundreds of Louis villians as well gas a delegation of friends of Mr Martins from Hopkins ville and Cadiz Ky A handsome c singeSraercial Club and Music Lovers of Lou isville heBIGSPRiNG is dPersonalt Gathered By The News Correspondent at Mrs E A Strother and daughter spent Thursday night at Brandenburg Mr Russell left Thursday for Louis ville where he expects to secure a positionMr Mrs C D Hardaway spent Thursday at Brandenburg Mrs J H Meador and daughter Miss Leah are in West Point with Mrs the T C Williams for a lengthy visit J H and Gale Meador were in Lou 3isville last week attending the races J B Curtes will leave this week for Vine Grove where he will continue to clerk for H Meyer He has been with Mr Meyer for twentyone years We in regret to see him leave He will be greatly missed by all and especially the Sunday school a forGl a wo her son Dr Strother of Owensboro CC Martin and T R Moorman attended Quarterly meeting at Custer erMrand Mrs CD Hardaway spentt Thursday at Brandenburg 5e Jo A DENTISTS MEET Association Will Be Held Next OrchardgSprings Large Attend ance Expected The Dentists In the State are show ing more than the usual amount of interest in the coming annual meeting- of the Kentucky State Dental Associa on to be held at Crab Orchard Springs May 17th 18th and 19th Arrangements are being made to make this meeting the largest and best in the history of the Association SAYSO DAY I Browns Confectionery Will Cele brate Saturday In Grand Style Sayso hats and pins will be given free with every ice cream cone at Browns Saturday- Mr Brown is now filling orders for ice cream and Sayso wafers to be delivered at your residence at any hour at 35 cents per quart Send him your orders If you want to be relieved of the expense and worry of making your ices and cakes Sales Of Stock Horace Smith of Lewisport sold to Mr Ireland of Skillman one 8 year old brood and work mare tar 8200 J H Tolensold to the same party a mare and colt for 210 A V Whitworth of Stephensport sold to Dr P H Nevitt a fine saddle mare for 125 FINDS RELIEF Mr Cannon Dies After SeveralI Months of Serious Illness AtCKirk Irvington May 1OSpeclalLeoC- annon died at the home of his aunt Mrs Rhodes near town Saturday sight He had been ill with pneumonia for several months He was a man twentytwo years of age and a member of quite a prominent family of this county He is survived by his parrots and a number of sisters and brothers to mourn his loss The remains were taken back to Kirk and interred there in the family graveyard Will Build A Home Dr and Mrs Walker of Hardinsburg Contractocr them a residence RAYMOND Master Hobert Hendry West Point spending a while with Mrs Alex Hen dryJohn L Cashman near Union Star spent last Thursday night in the neigh borhoodGeo Dodson Frymire spoke here the schoolhouse last Friday night in behalf of the Equity Society Mrs Morgan Chappell spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr and Chester Chappell E A Casuman was in Irviugton last I SaturdayJess I was in Louisville last week having his eyes treated Ho wasCI guest of Mrs Julia McNight while there Mrs C E Arnold and two little step I daughters Lelia and Mamy of Paynes ville spent Friday night with Mrs Wmfield Hendry c Mrs Jess Snort and daughter visited the Frymirenelthborbood last Tues day and Wednesday- sMiss Georgia Burton Mystic spent few days last week with Mrs Henry Cashrnan She was accompanied home Thursday night by little Miss Leo andII Master Andrane Cashman Mrs Edna Taylor LJvia visited Mrsc Taylor Compton last week A U S Money Order office will be opeqed at Mrs Lillie Casl1maus June 1 I lr h 4j III I 9Roy alBaKincf Powder II 11Rendersi food more wholesome and superior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder fromRoyal of Tartar i SPLENDID SHOW I I Emersons Floating Palace Pre sented a Good Play to a Big I House Friday Night presentedbyday night was splendid In fact every one said it is the best play ever seen on ploasingfeaturepretty and refined girls Mamas natural beauty attracted much attention Lazarus the funny man also made a hitMr Etnerfons show delighted th Clover port people and they appreciated this one more than any he has ever given Program Of District Sunday School Conven tion to be held at Custer Ky May 15 1900 Song Devotional Exorcises conducted by the pastor Rev I C Hoskinson Welcome Address Miss Pearl Rhodus SongSuggestions SundaySchoolThe aim of Sunday School MissI Mamie Gregory Appointment of Committee Noon Recess SongEvangelism in the Sunday School Charles Bruington What does it ttko to constitute Banner Sunday School J T Harring ton The advantages of a country Sunday School T J Harrington The teachers duties R T Hoskin sonWhat can we do to increase Sunday School membership Davis Dowell SongCollection CollectionBenediction 1 00 Subscribe Now John Elected lien Join Nat Elected of Big The Farmers and Tobacco Growers of Breckenridge County met in A mass convention at Hardinsburg Monday and organized a County Union for the pur pose of pooling and selling their tobac o John E Monarch was elected tempo rary chairman with John D Babbage stated that the object of the meeting which was for the purpose of getting together and selling their tobacco He said the arrangement they had last year was not satisfactory either to the seller or the buyerand that other arrangements had to be made if the growers wanted a fair price for their tobacco His advice was that a county union be with a view of joining the Green River Tobacco Association of This is what the farmers should have done last year but they declined to do it thinking they could sell their product just as well tae an Independent AssodatloaDirn 7 11 1M CAPT ROWLAND District Manager For Columbia OfJSeven Counties Capt J H Rowland has been ap pointed District Manager for the Colum bia Life Insurance Company andwill open his office on Main street over Julian Browns store at an early date JHe will leave soon on a business trip toff appoint agents and medical examiners at different places Capt Rowlands Y district contains the counties f Graye t son Hancock and Breckenridge Any one interested in realestate life and fire insurance are welcomed to make an appointment with Capt Rowland at any time Successful Social No2 of the Methodist Church Parspnage Fund gave a most delightful social at the home of Mr and Mrs J C Nolte Monday even ing A large number of friends were present and gave a free will offering of 1350 Delicious refreshments were served Those who gave the reception were Mrs Nolte Mrs H Behen Mrs A H Murray Mrs Wicklitfe DeHaven and Mrs John Babbage1Editor W P Walton the out going editor nof the Kentucky State Journal con eludes his valadictory like this I know that I have had some of thenwarmest friends of my life in Frankfort v and some as bitter enemies For the former I shall always cherish the fondf3est esteem The latter can go to the devil Au revoir Leitch field Gazette For Mrs Severs Mr David Phelps gave a boat party Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs Roscoe Severs of Barboursville W Va FARMERS AND TOBACCO GROWERS HAVE BIG MEETING E Monarch Secretary and in Plain Words Tells Tobacco to Hands With Green River Tobacco Association Quickly lI Shrewsbury Chairman Organization The Keynote The Gathering secretaryMr organized Owensboro following Committee i Monarch said they had found out their mistake and he thought the only thing to do now was to get into that organ ization and do it quickly The meeting then went into peter electingMatand Mr Monarch permanent secretaryIJus W Miller moved that a county union be formed with a view of becom ing a member of the Green River Tobacco Growers Association The mod tion was carried without a dissenting voiceThere were several speeches made on the subject of organization and it seem ed to be the sentiment of the meetiajf that the county should be thoroughly organized if the growers ot tobacco ex pected a fair price for their product It was also the sentiment of the meet ing that 10000 plants to the hand be strictly adhered toNThe meeting then adjourned on the call of the chairm4 TEA tomtf j n- Q i + y yntwr h w n AMt r t j I y l L I I t I1JII 01 IIIo III 101 I Q Q BEST t ill has the cream blend flavor Cream li U blend flour flour In buying flour its II nyn j because it has cream blend It is 1 BEST because it is a perfect fl- ouriIt is BEST because it has been weighed in the balance and has al ways met the requirements in the- o best homes It is BEST becausea u I it is made of the choicest winter wheat and invarably makes the most delibiour and nurishing bread rolls biscuits cakes pastries Etc i Ask your grocer for Lewisport Hills 1 111 HI BEST FLOUR El and have no otheJ E FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING GROCERS I Q LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY g lt1JLEWISPORT KENTUCKY llli- IIE t0 111 la i111 10II 0 t I RURAL TELEPHONES n J Mr Farmer are you interested If so call on the 5j manager oftho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special Far jfe SSsuers Line rate x r tCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE Incorporated TELEGRAPH 1I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees I If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at onto for owner mime and address If none of these places suit you write usut once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yo are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at once and loti us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling f buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etcIAnnual s tics 5000 to 6000 a yearI Post office in connection which pIYS about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Her is a fine opportunity for a mm withj n small cipitxl to drop right into a goo 1 business For further particulars write JNO D BAUBAGE Cloverport Kv 950 aE cres on HtirtllnHbun and33 t Kails of alnklii road 2 mllns onestorydwcUlntiI blacksmith Miiop nil necessary outhomos 180 acre under cultivation and pasture acres In tluilwr white oak bluuk oak beech and sugar tree all good size Ilonty of Kood water tho year round Ono thlyd cash and good easy terms on balance Cnn 7j acres situated 1H idles frompOUU Molt Joins Gilbo Pierce Hideo land In Rood shape good foucluff one good dwel ling house 3 roomy 1 good cistern 1 bar pondsThisacres In timber white ak sugar tree and beech balance cleared Plenty of good fruit- Good road to StophensportBW miles and goo i road to Hoi IK miles This farm Is not worn out it Is good land and In good fix Just the farm for u man with a small family I AvenueWollSiI 750 lbb acres on Hardlnsburg and milesCramalld11tCJod beetsgood tie timber bhauledelunrl both bottom and hill Suitable fortobacco and fruit r yend easy payments I FOR SdEA farm contuinhig2 ucresan e l flveftit store room over It two pool stock burns i peachtruesall kinds of small trolls Including u nice rlesredbulnnde tcwireL II St L utlongCOn SALE A splendid stand for a druggist 1and surroundeptbo place for soon young physician to stop businessie Is the reason for selling Kor further partie CloverpurlJ IMV1UJitli1 r 1Ii1H21- ii IANNUAL MEETING I I Travelers Protective Association I II IIji I f tRailway1t thistriv I5 Iopportunity of going to Asheville and visiting the beautiful tml ous section of Western North Carolina j Ask any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare andmountainI or write ale- x Itx t I J C BEAM Jr A G P A It ST LOUIS MO jjL Iri1 i o = IIIIA Gentleman I From Mississippi By THOMAS A WISE JVoOclisctl From the Play by FredericK R Toombs COPYRIGHT 1DOO BY THOMAS A WISE CHAPTER XXIII THE DOSS OK THE SENATE GAINS ANEW ALLY RS SPA GLER would bare flattered herself on guessing N correctly as to Senator Pen bodys uneasiness had she heard Und seen all that had taken place in his apartment at the Louis Napoleon hotel where ho had hurried ly taken Senator Stevens on leaving the Lnngdon house Not only would the two senators lose their Immense profits on the Attn coola transaction If Langdon persisted In his opposition but they would lose as well the thousands of dollars spent by their agents In purchasing options on hundreds of acres and where they could not get options the land itself This land would be on their hands un salable If the base went somewhere else Moreover they feared that Lang dons revolt would bring unpleasant newspaper publicity to their opera tons Theres only one course to pursue Stevens snapped Peabody as they toolc off their overcoats That is to be prepared as best we can for the very worst and meet it in some way yet to be determined But first we must try to figure out what Lan don r Is going to dowhat it can be that he says he will tell us to morrow at 1230 if we appear lie q must have some thing very startling up his sleeve if he makes good his assertions I cant see how Nor I frown cd Stevens and my political eyesight is far bet tcrtuan that fool Langdons Un Im Qotmj to send for der ordinary clr Jake Stclncrt curastanccs we could let him go ahead with his mInor- ity I report for Gulf City but as things stand hell Intro every newspaper re porter in Washington buzzing around and asking impertinent questionstSYes and you and I would have to go to Paris to live with our life insur ante friends from New York wouldnt sarcasticallyu j5heStelnert Stevens ejaculated What Oh thats all right Maybe he can suggest something said Peabody go ing to the telephone Weve too much at stake to make a mistake ar l Jake to may see n point that weve overlooked Luckily I saw him downstairs In the grill room ns we came through to the elevator Stelnert is nit right himscf continued Stevens but his methods Caut bo too particular now about 1mbullj I political china shop Fortune and rep utntlon are both fragile theal of Jake Stelnert whose reputation as a lobbyist of advanced ability had spread wide In the twenty years he had spent In Washington Of medium beed the doorway as ho entered An illy lipof as some of the language he used His eyes darted first to Peabody and then JJTtogThemy who swing the biggest deals con 10jcanOIlineJQtheyweb of 0intriguelured into the glistening meshesBe BeOnlytoo the legislators in the open in the homtels and cafes and In the capitol corri rnUtake SteInert did not belong in either of these classes ho ranked somewhere between the biggest and tho glHoofmost expert knowledge of nil the IntrIBcute workings of tho congressional demechnnlsmennmong clathe money in his own pocket and for = a comparatively small sum defeat it by influencing the employees through whose hands it must pass Sit down Juice Something to drink asked Peabody reaching for a tJ decauterjj No grunted the lobbyist dont drink durln business hours only durln tho day Welt Juke said the Pennsylvanian you probably know something of whats going on in tho naval affairs committeeYou the blggstjob of tho session Yes Sure thing senator Its tho work l of air artist J ii + t- q ii P t The boss of the senate smiled grimlyNow suppose n committeeman named Langdon absolutely refused to Iti bo taken cure of and insisted on hand Ing in a minority report tomorrow with a speech that read like the Decla ration of Independence Steinert Jerked his head forwar- uickly You mean what would I do i- fwaserif I I was runnln the Job Yes Steinert leaned toward Peabody Where do I come In on this he welted suspiciously Come come man was the Irritable retort I never let a few dollars stand between myself and my friends All right senator The lobbyist thrust himself down In his chair putted slowly at n cigar and gazed thoughtfully at the ceiling Few years ago he began after a minute or two there was n feller who was goln to squeal about a bond Issue lie had his speech nil ready to warn he country that he thought a crowd of the plutocracy was ain to get tho to resell to the public at advanced lntesfl Well sir t ar V ranged to have a He was at the insane carriage a closed asylum carriage cell that night to take him see the president for he was told the president sent the carriage for him When he got out ho was at the Insane asylum an I can tell you he was bundled Into a padded cell lu Jig time where ho stayed for three days He thinks hes n member of congress I told this two huskies that handled him gave em each a twenty case note doctor that signed the necessary papers got considerable more Stevens gasp of amazement caused e narrator genuine enjoyment I know of a1 certain senator who was drunk an laid away in n Turkish bath when the roll was called on a cer- taIn bill ne was n friend of Pea odys laughed tlfe lobbyist to the MlsslsslpplanBut cast said Stevens we must be very careful Possibly some your methods In handling the men you go after Say Interposed Steinertuyou I dont do all pursuin all the In after any more than others In business Why senator some of these congressmen worry the life out us fouls that sprinkle the sugar hey accuse us of not lettln em In things when they havent been fed some time They come down the like greyhounds coursln a coy e The speaker paused and glanced at Peabody who however was busily engaged In writing In a taduln book to notice him Why Senator Stevens went on lobbyist only today a down cast member held me up to tell mo that he was strong for that proposition to the A K and L railroad grunts government timber land In Oregon says to me ho says What n hlmy constituents in New England about things way out on the Pa coast Id clvo em Yellowstone SEEFresh fellable Puts Guarantied to Plecsa t Plantertbowutoattheeuperiorrierltaof EverY GlLdve r n NorLc ell r if Sel SPECICL CF 4i1 FOR 10 CENTSwe rnlli lend postpaid our I COLLECTIONSiphconay ent lea1ptDadf lolltAIM lawerlelbe Cholw IMK It f di Weor + i dpaetlnrI thfr with ot Nfw enA hy nriv in fl iH OHKAriCOJfl 3 t IZGIJtOlrtl Stf it J p r I National park for n freight sklln If twas tiny use to em he says So you see I must fie broke In Stevens ris ing amlplnnclii nt his watch It will soon bo daylight- If you must have sleep go but you must be here nt 0 oclock sharp In the morning wild Peabody Stelnert will sleep hero with me Well nil have breakfast together hero In m ro o m s and consults tionYou wont plan really desperate Peabody will1 I think Id rather Ste of course Our game will be to try to weaken Lang don to prove him tho morn that he alone Idwill suffer beSuppose namedocsnotwcakcnrdo not appear 1 in the laud deals The options signed and the deeds signed by on agents Dont you see Whereas hi daughter and son and future soninlaw actually took laud In their own names elumsyiaI Yes Such amateurism lowers the dignity of the United States senate Peabody answered dryly But suppose Lnngdon does not weaken asked Stevens anxiously na he picked up his hat and coat Then we will go Into action with our guns loaded the reply CHAPTER XXIV TilE lIONEYBIlll the African juugle dwells a pretty IN little bird that lives on honey The saccharine dainty is they found in the hollows of trees nn knowdas the carpenter ice bores and depos its his extract from the buds blossoms of the tropical forest nndII The bird Is called the hoijeyblrd because it is a sure guide to the de posits of the delicacy The bird dis likes the laborious task of pecking its way through the bark to reach the honey and so wise in the ways of men It procures help It locates n nest of hooey files about until it 1It1 to treasure store Following the j bird which tilts Just In advance the reach the cache of dripping sweetness I and readily lay it open with hatchets or knives Taking what they want there is always enough left clinging to the tree and easily accessible to sat isfy the appetite of the clover little bird = Senator Stevens of Mississippi bears a marked resem blance to the honeybirdsomuch has well won the birds appella tion for himself Abnormally keen at locating pos sibilities for extracting honey from the govern mental affairs In Washington he Invariably led Peabody repro senting the hunt er with the ax to the repository He would then final anything you Nonsense vens not to in fug wer was then the rely on the Penn fjji JJriorlStbrenk eVC1lS barriers Stevens would flutter about find gather up the leavings Equally as mercenary as the boss of the senate he lacked Pcabodys iron nerve determination resourcefulness and daring He needed many hours of sleep Peabody could work twenty hours at a stretch He had to have his meals regularly or else suffer from indigestion Peabody sometimes did a days work on two boiled eggs and a cup of coffee The senior senator from Mississippi had been the first to point out to Pea body tho possibilities for profit in tho gulf naval base project but tho morning St following the conference with Stelnert when he rejoined them for breakfast at the Louis Napoleon he was far from comfortable He did not mind fighting brain against brain even though unprincipled methods were resorted to but Indications were that more violent agencies would be called Into play owing to the complica tions that had arisen Stevens ate heartily to strengthen his courage SteInert ate hugely to a strengthen his body Peabody ate scarcely anything at allto strengthen brainWaving away the hotel waiter who had brought tho breakfast to his apartment Senator Peabody outlined p the probable campaign of the day If our best efforts to weaken qnd scare off Langdon fall today he said it wilt naturally develop that we mustIrender It impossible in some WI1 him to appear in the senate at all or we must delay his arrival until after the report of tho committee on naval A1affulrsevout ho would not have another op portunity to speak on that subject = Of course later at 1230 we will canIact to the very point but we must be prepared for any situation that can Jf ariseCannot the president of tho senate bo persuaded not to rccoznlae Lang tier Continued on page sven J I i iJ f KILL THE POUCH trAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discoveryb 60oBkIaFoOaSOLDS Trial Bottle Free- ANDALLTIIfi0p7ANDLUNOTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOB OR MONEY 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pm1 r W M CASPER k DENTIST k Oloverport every Wednesday and Tuurf day ntir LfglitfootsOSSleer H JDeip DOORMAN iitT ilAibrney+ at Law I HARDINSBURG kY t theOourW JrSpecial attention given to collection LlcellaetOQaice over flank of UardlnsburKi 1rJ U I j tk Gentleman From c q Mississippi 7jy Thomas A Wise lIJ ii flayby I Copyright 1909 by Thomas A Wise jam I iif i tfyn oh the floor Then we could ailt StcjiitinsNo st hastr lilzc him mill the president of tho senIi ate cannot be persuaded to break his word I am painfully aware of this + w factiff But tfUoyens was not yet dIssuaded froth the hope of defeating the junior peuator from Mississippi by wit alone lpan tire n9thl speaker hetUc floor before LnngdotT and nave him talk for hourstireout the old kicker thmatee iJ e j f t81 01 we could have call on hl- then mI+ shove the bill through summat 1 fmly lie suggested 43r Ire gone over nil that answere d I yeabody quickly It would only be j delaying the evil hour You wouldnt libc able tomovc that old codger awn ii from the senate chamber with a team ofoxenonce he gets to his sent H secretary laesanother oversight lttyours Stevenstho latter wince Jwlll warn him Langdon would 3 N tlck plus through his eyelids to keep art from falling asleep Ive been thlnkln put in Stelne- s rt G slowly lint a little flnoesse like this 7tk might keep him away When Lang Iiupyou woman t dons In his committee room before 3 goln to the senate send him a tele gram signed by some of his frien name that one of his daughters f dyln from injuries in a automobll- ii collision n few miles out a town 1 That ud I RidIculous snorted Peabody He i ali ways Huh then put In more flneesse How whatt i Hev someun take em out nnu t tolnf No no mnnl snapped Peabody lit jtr Theyd stick In town to hear them speechII Well went on the lobbyist Ill hev Langdn watched by a careful plcke- w man n nigger thet wont talk Hell pick a row with the colonel on some k street say wen hes comln irom hisI homo after lunch The coon tin bum I into Langdn nn call him names ThenI trustt Down Pains are a sign of lerjona fcmale teat plaint that shoal have Immediate attention T II you begta k time you calf + ff geacrailyireat jreMrstlf att hose r wltlwit tM seed el eoflsalilflf a hyriciiH by the regala ado el Cast the Feuknown rcMdy for l Waat1CAa W- tf s CoapoKd 01 purely vegetable old perkctty hamlet edlclaal f4leg star belov4esldes a geaa- re otaiur 4oL treaJUter 1jiaJ 4 I J 1 WE6ARDU II WOMANS RELIEF t i complaintsMy A t r Rodgers of Hampden Sidney Vathugs nothing but a walking skeleft ton from female trouble She I- jaafferad ajoatos with bearing dewsf pains fc okicb url heard t telleveherNow ceIcuceclfAt All Druggists f ADVICEhating E atom to Ladte Advisory Dept d01Chattau J If Jt r t rR r r t Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy be cause of its remark able restoring I properties Swamp Root wish in overf1 coming rheumatism pain in the back kid neys bladder and every part of the urinary passage It to11iotd tt- t 1 or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up ninny times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just I the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has I proved so successful that a special nr raugement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to it fintloutifyouhavclttdtieqorbladder offer When wrjtiugmcntionJ J send your a health fulfills almost every liver Dr Kilmer Co m Ol plta4Binghamton NY T1tE gulnrfiftyccnt and onedoUar size bottles are sold by aU druggists Dont make any mistake SwampRootySwampRoot dress Binghamton N Y on every bottles coon pulls ti gun on the colonel art fires a couple o shots random Copsr 1lug1 couple mo hours Without gettlu any I word out or Ill hev 1m entered upttj as drunk an disorderly Hell look drunk hell be so mall tBut the negro how could you get a man to undergo arrest on such n J serious charge attempted murder ex claimed Stevens There there said Stelnert patron izingly coons has more genteel home life In Jail than they does out An dont forget the District of Columbia Is governed Jy folks that aJnt residents of It only durln the session Th poll ticians dont leave their frens In the cooler very long Say Senator Ste yens are you klddln me Is It any I different down In your The MIssIssIppIan choked and splut tered over a gulp of unusually hot coffee t nnd Peabody again decided Stein I ert to bo on the wrou tack That procc3JrS would attract tooJ much attention from the newspapers he added r Well 1 thought you wanted to wIncgrunted Stelnert re beoi offerln you good cuff tllIW stuff None of yer diu th wiIi IIr fctm orC fltlcklu1 gone frcui faoi + nr t common Fensef But como to ti r a uv about asome woman I rE CI1tt+ IIntro aduce toceThis Is the wVoig l111 of a nllluJ Interrupted lYaliudy adwoman went on Slclnert Senator Stevens c linked some more The boss of the senate sunk down In his chair crossed one knee over the other and drummed his lingers lightly Is on the table He gazed thoughtfully at Stevens unlessryouve got the right sort of n womnns Rising he led the Mississippian to j sidedThe lobbyist heard the southerner give a short exclamation of astonish ment ns Peabody whispered to hImt thenPPemylvanlan say Irritably us get hold of histtwo daughters on some pretext atbonce She knows tibemice the old matt glrlslIdont And while Sen andGoreo nauecurred to npredl vlous discussion concerning one J D Telfer mayor of Gulf City Senator Stevens started on the most memorable drive of his career on this bright winBa Stterby natlng Mrs Spanglerwho for the past week had been considering his proposal of marriagetT To be Continued To Prevent Lint Sticking When pieces of felt ore pasted to tho bottom of ornaments that are to on n polished surface cure nest taken that the surface Is not damp or the varnish fresh or the lint from the felt will stick to the wood und be the scratch Itlhlsof old mahogany desks The unsightly mark on the top can only be removed by scraping gently with n Ipiece of flea sandpaper and then rubbing up with sweet oil and vInegar Do not scrape hard or the varnish oh will be scored and the surface of the mahogany be ruined Ibi i rs- a AT A GOTHAM PLAY WHAT A NEW YORK GIRL THINKS OF MAUDE ADAMS My Dear Elsa Yesterday afternoon went to sec Maude Adains In Bur rlcs new piny What Every Woman Knows and Its so nice andcomfort to talk It all over with you tedayI even If It has to be done at the polot of n pen for you too Jirc n Boggle nd mlrcr anti the spell of Maude Adams witchery has cast a glamour ninny times over your dear little self hasnt It So you can Imagine that with an authors work Interpreted by such a sympathetic actress how great was the enjoyment And then who my dear but the author of The Little White Bird could hare conceived tho quaint title of the ploy And who better able to probe gently tenderly causing no moment of pain to the very heart of the mat 1Cl1 For If there Is one writer of the present tiny who understands that sub ie mysticism of a woman that mysti clsm which has little or nothing to do i OOWN OF QUEEN SATIN CHAPE with character and little enough also with her psychology It Is this charm Ing Scotch story writer J M Boggle Bernard Shaw perhaps understands the mind of n woman but only In the heart of n woman and not in her mind will you find the crying need of her it Is thIsthe heart of n woman that Boggle so well knows The heartt of n woman Is really the heart of so simple that it hides behind Its simplicity sheltered from the curious of the crowd and there this can y Scot weaver of tales has looked It and found It In his heroine MirggioShaudMaud i Adams Boggle has shown us clearly that behind the success greatness of every man there has ever been the tender understanding unselfish love of some woman who has been content to efface herself so completely thut her influence has never been felt until Its withdrawal resealed the fact of Its existence Tim what every woman knows but how few men ever realize this guidance or what loving woman would want themi to No dear I think In time very of this service lies ItsI strength dont you To show how few men can even appreciate that In fluence aftor seeing It translated In three powerful nets let me tell youi J ns I was struggling with my hnt I after the ploy 1 heard n man say I Heaven only knows what every woojj man knows but Id be mighty darn sorry to here them start In and tell all they know If they did Chic Croker with his dandy lire depart I ment couldnt put out tho conversa tional blaze The story of the play is simpl- enough Time scene is laid among un educated although sturdy honest Scotch folk The Wylie fatally of 1 whom there are three old bachelo- brothers I and a young much loved sis Mnggle n domestic little bodyJ have become richer than thcJr neigh through successful milling Inter 1 ests The brothers know that Maggie 1 patty and romantic hasII strangely enough no followers Th minister at the mnnse their senti hope for her has just announced I his engagement and they nre afraid their sisters affections have re ceived a blow To repair such cardiac they propose toa young and struggling university student who has broken Into their house like a com mon thief nt night to study a book In their collection of which Aleck Wylie ys IIWe lave four yards selected the minister and never rend by us that they will glee him EBOO n year to finish his education If nt the end of course he marries Maggie The quaint Barrleisra of this situation is exquisite Maggies surprise not to say aversion though pleased accept once of the proposal and John Shands blunt downright Scotch refusal to tie himself to n Wylie Why mon hea says to David Wylie with my brains and the career Im going to make for myself I could marry nny lady In the True lad but how are you going to get the education without the f300 This prompts John to say Weel Mnggle Im willing So nui John but before you sign tho contract Ive a word to say My brother told you Im twentyfive Now Im 1 lots older Im twentyseven And another thing I wasnt run after No cared for me Im without U 5i 1tp cunrm juat vulgar nnu unpciutateri but Ill do my best John Ill do my best The brothers Halt MaggieI what IIs charm Charm Ohl Cant you- t hear how Maude Adonis in her drawl lug cooing tones answers Ilmrms the bloom on n woman With It she needs nothing not even education Without It she has nothing That Maggie begins to mother John Shnnd who by the troy IH six years younger than herself is evident In time way she makes him wrap the woolen scarf about his neck when lies lean lag And that she Is going to keep up with him Intellectually you understand when she takes tho book Johns beet rending to her room with her tto know as much as he docs John males good nnd In flee years Is re turned to parliament us the womans candidate There Is nn amusing side pinyon the suffragette question which ins however little to do with the real action All these years John has been true to his bargain and after his clue tion presents Maggie to his constitu ents as the future Mrs Shnnd There Is n very strong scene whet MaggIe tears up the marriage contract and tells John that he Is freefree 1to enjoy his life and to love ns she knows ho IIs capable of loving She urges him to see the humorous side of thIngs If I could only mal e you laugh John she pleads Ire heard It paid that It lakes n surgical opera tion to make a Scotchman see n joke l13 all the encouragement she gets And when he adds But then Mng gle I dont see how anything can be Inserted by a surgical operation she gives him up as hopeless and marries him to keep him out of danger Iu London they have n fine soclnjl position anti by Maggies finesse and care for ills political career acting ns his secretary and Inserting into Johns strong logical speeches dashes of humor that nppenl to the house cabinet minister offers him n chance of obtaining a portfolio When nc Lctmsed by her friends of helping her husband she evades the insinuation by saying I help John lIe wouldnt let me When the cabinet position 1Is almost within John Shands reach he spoils everything by nnnounclng his love for Lady Sibyl n pretty girl who at the beginning of his career called him vulgar and piqued him Into making her like and love him flag gle overhears him telling Lady Sibyl i that she Is time Inspiration of his life and on her own wedding anniversary sees him give this girl n ruby pendant hearintg him say This Is n drop of my hearts 1blood Maggie is magnificent as John tellsI her of his love for Lady Sibyl nnd ns ho falters over the confession she re- mInds him of the time when he firstt begnn to cure for here There are no reproaches when he and Lady Sibyl decide to leave Lon don together Mnggle suggests in the most disinterested manner at thisJ point thnt John hnd better wnlt fo two weeks before leaving and In the meanwhile prepare tho speech thnt will clinch the position Even In this crisis Maggies Influence dominates adsvice asking But where shall I go Now for one of Lady Sibyls Insplra tlons Is Inpgles very human rejoin der But hs the muse docs not respond Maggie suggests that he spend tho time nt a house party in the country to which the Shands nnd Lady Sibyl1 hnve been invited I will nm down for a day to see how you and Lady Sibyl are getting on with the speech are her parting words to the man who Is breaking her heart To herself she croons Hes niy little boy and I can manage him The speech Is not con vlnclng to the minister who Is also n guest at the house party John and Sibyl become heartily tired of each I other and It Is 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CORRECT ENGLISH How to Use it A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the use of English JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER Editor i PARTIAL CONTENTS The Correct Word Queries and lj J Answers Shall and Will Should 1 and Would How to Use Them Dictioni1 m Howe Correct English in the JI WhatIfj Course In Letter and Punctuation Business English for i ffi W CompoundWordsHow Jj Studies in English Literature mAGENTS WANTED 1aYear Send bOcforSample i ft CORRECT ENGLISH Chicago t c CopyII x Iloaso mention paper b t t ldll 1ir r7dr j j a + w WN 8B 4 iA5tfifcf1 V v A y v 1yow cA J x a pI1P- Vq wv J 11 l ti 17 1 r J oin 1 1 4L tUjifjl 140 I 11rI JIlZF Wrl = wf 1 r t f 0 0 7 f PROCEEDINGSI o And Clams Allowed at the Regular Term of Fiscal Courtt Held in Hardinsburg Beginning Tuesday 1 April 6 1909 i t Continued From Last Week19 t It is ordered by the court tint the fol1 lowing sums be and nre hereby allowed i i and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the services mentioned C D Payne for the use and ben efit of H J Albright and Zack jjooley surveyors fee in the Albright road case 10 D W Henry arresting prisoner and conveying him to jail7M- rs SO Bridget Flood county taxes for the year y 1908 on 130 worth of property erroneously assessed and paid 5 S T Smith deputy sheriff ex penses paid in transporting prisoner to Court 2 60 r S T1 Smith deputy sheriff trans l portation paidfor witness in the case of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Bolton c 10- J T Hoben one dozen chairs and I one barrel furnished to county 7 60 James Scott assisting in capture of escaped prisoner 1 25 John Cott Miller assisting in capture of escaped prisoner 1 2 Jesse Peyton assisting in capture of escaped prisoner 25 Milt Miller sheriff taxes for the year 1908 erroneously assessed and charged against the sheriff 65 46 Milt Miller sheriff 50 cents of i each poll tax for the year 1908 assessed against 52 road overseers in first second third and fourth magisterial districts 20 00 Charles Butler deputy sheriff 60 cents of each poll tax for the year IgOS assessed against 23 joad overseers in the fifth dig Irict 11 50 Charles Butler deputy sheriff taxes erroneously assessed for the year 1908 send charged Iugulnit the sheriff 5 S3 Roy E Moorman 4434 inches of claims and proceedings of spocial term of Fiscal Court and notice to supervisors printed iir the News and Dem ocrat 17 250 Charles Butler fees as deputy sheriff K 2 00 S T Smith fees as deputy sheriff in Green road case in circuit court 00 17 05 Milt Miller fees assheriff in Green road case in circuit court 1 00 J W Storms witness 5 days in Green road case in circuit court 0 5 00 J L Rhodes witness one day in Green road case in circuit court 1 00 Cicero Cummings witness 5 days in Green road case in circuit court 5 00 Charles Clark witness 5 days in t Green road case jin circuit I court 0 5 00 C D Payne witness 5 days in Green road case in circuit court 5 00 J J Chancellor witness I days in Green road case in circuit court 4 00 James Kinuison witness 3 days in green road case in circuit court 3 00 M M Jarbue witness 3 ays in Green road case in circuit court 3 00 Frank Rhodes witness 4 days in Green road case in circuit court 4 00 H B Crltcheloe witness 4 days in Green road case in circuit court 4 00 J 0j Eskridge witness 4 days in Green roud case in circuit court 4 00 B J Wheatly witness 4 days in Green road case in circuit 1court 4 00 JoH Hart witness 4 days in Green road case in circuit court 4 00 W F Hook fees as clerk in Green road ease in county court 16 50 J S T Smith fees as deputy sheriff t in Green road case in ounty court 1 4 00 I W E Board viewer 2 days in t Green road case in county court 2 00 r W W Brown viewer 2 days in Greeen road case in county court 2 00f W V Moorman viewer 1 day in Green road case in county court 1 00t Cicero Cummings chainman 1 tIt day in Green road case in 1 county court 1 00I W W Poole chainman day in 1 FGreen road case in county i court 1 00I l 1r C M Payne chainman 2 days in t rtGreen road case in county 6y rI1court 2 00 C Payne fees as surveyor in j Green road case in countyII 1 1tl court 950 + r Logan Hickerson taxes erron I fi eously assessed and paid for the i4 Ll ofttc i property 108 f 6 Ki 6I ffir Ed F Alexander school books furnished to indigent children 0 68 R G Gardiner school books furnished to indigent children 1 S Bradley S Gilbert Co supplies for county clerks office 7 35 Bradley R Gilbert Co type 0writer ribbon for book type writer in county court clerks office1 10 John Alexander bridge commis sioner 1 day and expenses S3 50 Jubal Hook Jr bridge commis 30leaner 1 day and expenses 2 5 I J O Hook delivering ballot books to 9 preciuts for Nov election 1008 22 50 Jubal Hook Jr Delivering ballot books to two precints for Nov election 1908 1 0 A N Skillman bridge commis sioner 1 day and expenses 2 00 Jubal Hook Jr bridge commis sioner 1 day and expenses 2 00 Messenger Job Printing Co fur nisning ballot books and other 5election supplies for the Novem ber election IgOS 70 00 This day came H G Vesselts and moved the court the motion being sec onded by justice Bates that they levy in Breckinridge county Kentucky forI the year 1909 be 18 cents on the 100 in value of taxable property divided into three funds towit General expense fund whichshnll include salaries of officers and all other current expenses 7I cents Sinking fund 5 cents and PauI per fund 6 cents And each tax so levied shall not be diverted to any other purpose than that for which it was so levied except as provided by law And further that therebe levied a per capita or poll tax on each male citizen ot the age of 21 years or over resideut in the countyaforesaid of 150 for said year 1900 and said poll tax to be leviedand apportioned for the following purposes towit For road purposes 50 cents andI fcr General expense fund I And the said tax of 50 cents shall be devoted to work upon and expense of working pub lic highways in the districts in which it is collected And further tbat the levy for Road and bridge purposes be and remain in the amount as heretofore lev fad towi 25 cents on the 100 in value of taxable property but divided as fol lows 10 cents for roads and 15 cents for bridges it being the purpose of the court to meet the heavy damage to bridges occasioned by high writers without raising the tax rate And furth r that the tax collected from property sit uated in each maij steial district of the county shall be alloted to each district iin which it is collected and the same shall be applied to the roads and cul verts in each district but the tax alloted to bridges shall be expendjd when sums is necessary in the discretion of the au thorities expending this fund And further that all persons who are re quited by law to work upon the public highways work four days in the year 1909 but no more than two days in any ojo week except in case of unusual emrgencits when they may be required to work any number of days in the week or year to meet such emergencies And that all overseers require the road hands in their respective districts to comply with this order as required by law And further that the county clerk furnish to the Road Supervisor a list of the delin quents of each magisterial district and that said Supervisor compel the said de linquents to work out their taxes on the public roads as provided by law And a yen and nay vote being re quired thereon the same was taken and resulted as follows John OReilly yea Co H Drury yea T M Bates yea j T McCamish yea j H1G Vessells yea Frank Ruppert I yea Whereupon the motion as voted upon I having carried is nvtde the order of I this court and the levies are so made It is ordered by the court that the Public Improvement committee be and the same is hereby retained with the I powers heretofore delegated to it It is t further ordered that provisions hereto fore made for procuring available means for urgent demands remain in force c and effectcc Ordered that court adjourn until to morrow morning at nine oclock At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Brecldnridge county at the Court House in Hardinsburg Kentucky on Thursday April 8 1000 I Present Hon H DoH Moorman c presiding Judge of the Breckinridge County Court and the following named justices of the peace viz John OReilly T M Bates H G Vessells J T Mc tt- Camish and Frank Ruppert being all the t justices of peace in commission save one It is ordered by the court in the mat ter of the Tate Mill Bridge that the old bridge with such new parts as are ne cessary be erected on the abutments as they now stand and that said bridge be nnihordd when so constructed- In pursuance of an order of the Brock tnrldeCircult court in the case Green and others On Petition for a new roti Rhodes f 750 for right of way for new road through his farm 750 And Gus Brown the county attorneyft is directed to pay the said Rhodes the sum of 100 given oy the petitioners making 5850 the total damages allowTdJ by the viewers county court and circuit court And W H Jarboe is now allowed 1 the sum of 50 and Mrs H Ml Wilson is allowed 10 us byorders jrji the county court 0This da came justices Jtuppert and Vessells a committee appointed to re port on the condition of the public propertyand file a written report as follows We visited the county poorhouse and 0find same clean and well kept and the inmates properly car a for the jail Iis in good condition exempt that it needs a new fence the county barn and coun 0ty mules are in good condition and we would like to see the town of Hardins burg comply with Its contraot tqi Urjwk proper means of entering the county property especially the public privy a the town uses it more than the county 0we find courthouse cleaner than eve r before and in good condition except some leaks in the roof and the yard is credit to our county Respectfully sub mitted F C Ruppert H O Vessells corn mitteeThis day came the committee appoint ed to examine the claim of Milt Miller i sheriff amounting to 518 and report that the same is correct and should be allowed and upon motion the same claim is now allowed This day came justices OReilly and1 Ruppert a committee of this court ap pointed to examine the report of the commissioners of the Railroad Tax dis trict and report that they find the same1 correct and satisfactory and said re port is ordered to record and is in words and figures as follows towit Hardinsburg Ky Ayri S 1000 To the Hon Judge of the Breckinridge County Court The undersigned your commissioner fo the Railroad Tax District of Breck inridge County Kentucky begs to submit the following report of the funds received and disbursed by him since tit date of his last reportDr 14Aprilon hand as shown bySc report riled of that date r 801 April 17 1908 To amountI received from Milt Miller sheriff B C be ing amount due this fund from him as shown by his settlement with April IgOS term of the Fiscal Court 1 747 r 3 July 7 1903 To amount received of Milt Miller S B C part payment due from him of IgOS taxes 1410 00 Feb 18 1909 To amount received of Milt Miller- S B C part payment d e from him of Io08 taxes 1410 00 Total 4047 29 Cr July 1 1008 By amount paid The Bank of Har dinsburg Trust Co for bond N046uu 1000 00 July 7 IgOS By amount paid The Bunk of Har dinshurg Trust Co six months interest due on 47 bonds 1410 00 Feb 18 IgOO By amount paid The Bank of Har dinsburg Trust Co six months interest due on 47 bonds 1410 00 April 5 1909 By balance on baud 827 20 4647 2 9 Your commissioner further respect fully reports That there is now out standing 46 bonds of 1000 each and that the interest has been paid on same to January 1 1000 Very respectfully submittedM H Beard Com R R Dist This day came the commissioners and Fiscal Court committee appointed to ex amine into the financial and other conditions of Breckinridge county and to make a settlement with the sheriff and to check up accounts of the Supervisor of Roads and file their report which Iis ordered to record and is as follows We John OReilly and T M Bates Fiscal1 Court Committee and Morris H BeardI and W F Hook commissioners ap pointed by the Fiscal court to settle with the sheriff of Breckinridge county for the year 1008 and to examine andI check up the Supervisors record ofE Road Moneys for said year and to re port on the general financial and other conditions that they may deem proper ta consider concerning the conduct ofF the countys affairs report as follows We carefully clicked up the sheriffs settlement as prepared by the county clerk item by item and find same correct and accurate in each and every respect We firid same full and complete the best settlement ever made in this court We carefully examine the SIJI F l1 I pervisors record of road and bridge disbursements comparing the record ofand the vouchers islued and find the accounts and records of this officials office in proper condition Wo find that it had been necessary to spend quite a good deal of money in the erection and repair of bridges damaged by the excessive rainfall or high water and will be necessary to immediately expend more But as the court is managing the matter the indebtednes thus cre algid will be met withou increiuing the tax rateas it was thought would be necessary The court levied tile school ContoralBoard Wtfjdilcation under the new law We fin 1 the countys affairs generally in the matters we have examined in regular and proper conditionthere being many evidences of improvement in system and other conditions All of which is respectfully reported W F Hook M H Beard Commis siouors for 1Q08 taxes or 1909 settle ment with sheriff B C Thos M Bates J OReilly Commit tee of Fiscal Court This day came Dr R H McMullen and presented u claim for medicines amounting to 8 furnished indigent family which claim was rejected by the court It is ordered by the court that then county attorney be and is hereby di recied to take the necessary action to prevent horses and cattle running loose on the county property in violation of the city ordinance This day came W V P nt and pre sented a claim foE one sheep killed and two injured which claim was deferred This day cause Shelby Bandy and presented for allowance a claim for tw sheep killed amounting to 10 which was rejected for tSe reason that there was no proof that the sheep were killed by dogs It appearing from the sheriffs settle meat that there remains a Balance due the General Expense fund of 822174 the nheriff is directed to pay said amount to the Commissioner and Receiver And it appearing that there is 12789 due the Pauper fund he will also pay the amount to the Commissioner and Re ceiver and both of said amounts shallJ be placed to the credit of the Generalj or Emergency fund settlemenet that the sinking Fund is intact in thei sum of 312345 the sheriff will pay said amount to said commissioner and receiver who will credit it on the aorta 6tys outstanding indebtedness And iit further appearing that there is 187044 due the R R tax district the sheriff will pay to the Railroad Commissioner the said sum and said commissioner iisI directed to retire bonds with such money i It also appearing that the said settle went shows that tfiere is due the Firs district 74 centsrthe Second district 3571 the third district being overpaid in the sum of 552 the balance in the fourth district 13027 the fifth dis trict 6299 and the sixth district 52 22 and the Road and Bridge fund 109 83 which amounts are ordered to re main in the hands of the sheriff subject to the order of the Supervisor of Roads and Bridges And the said settlement of the sheriff for 1908 taxes having been examined b the commissioners appointed to settle ith the sheriff and by the Fiscal Court and being in due form and correct and receiving the approval of the court the same is now confirmed and ordered to record in the sheriffs settlement book The Special Commissioner of this court Morris H Beard in pursuance ofI an order of this court having advertised n the county papers and collected to gether oil road orders and county claims crea ed prior to 1006 in the sum of 1 44177 his acts in the premses are ap proved and he is now discharged as such commissioner And the Commissioner and Receiver of Breckinridge county will take up the obligation issued by said M H Beard by issuing a bond for such sum end accumulated interest and he will charge same in his report to be hereafter made It is ordered by the court that the following sums be and they are hereby al lowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectively for the pur poses mentioned James E Hughes four statutes two codes and one form book for county officialn 47 50 Gus Brown expressage paid on Kentucky statutes GO H DeH Moorman expressage paid on Kentucky statutes 60G T J Moore expressage paid on Kentucky Statutes 00 W F Hook expressage paid on Kentucky statutes 60 W F Hook fees as clerk iu St Clair road case 6 q- Ed 0E Goodman viewer one day in StClair road case 1 00 K Harmon viewer one day in St Clair road case 1 00N C D Payne fees as surveyor 1 day in St Clair road case 400- F W F Hook fees as clerk int Brown road caseuu 7 60 Jack Lyons viewer i day in Brown road caseun 1 00 J 1D Beeler viewer 1 day in Brown road case 100 John H Bland chain carrier 1 day in Brown road case J 1 po 0 D Payne fees as surveyor fa I ic EtNADH s Gives To at r PERUNAo jttI have used several bottles of and 1 feel greatly benefit li thereby from my catarrh of tile head I feel encouraged to believe that X I use It a short time I will be able to eradicate the disease eti J thirty years standing David 4 r toIOTHER lUecksonIMr Jacob L DavIs Galena health for thirtyseven years and am cured Mr O K Peterson 182 South Main St Council Bluffs Iowa wiItEIi 3L 11 cannot tell you how much good Pdruna has mo Constant conflneme jBfflj In my began to toll on my health and I felt that I was gradually breilfia tookrunaA SINCI1 RECOMMENDATION llp- j Mr DO Prossor Bravo Allegan Co Mich writes Two years ajjofSffif was badly with catarrh of the stomach I had had run of typj jgg4 lover was very depleted I could find nothing I could eat without canslngfdliiE tress and sour stomach Finally I camp to tho conclusion that ilind catarrko E tho stomach and seeing Peruna advertised began to take it It helped me soon and after taking three Or four bottles I was entirely cured of stomach troublytf and can now cat j3m Brown road case 4 00 S T Smith fees as deputy sheriff in Drown road case 4 00 Alexander Pi e supplies fur nished pauper 10 00 Lee Bishop superintending tiu work oti courthoose roof and cupola GOO MachinetCo repair work on court house roof and supplies therein for u M 73 08 W F Hook fees as clerk in Cart road caseuu 6 80 Andrew Crawford tfflewer one day in Cart road caset u 1 00 P D Hawkins viewer f9y in Cart road ca1ut 1 00 A M Hardin viewer oneday in 00yS H Dix chainman one day in Cut caseu 100 Milt Miller fees as sheriff in Cart road case 3 SOC D Payne fees as surveyor in Cart road case 4 00 G W Dodfon witness I day in Cart road caseu 1 00 Dr J B Frymire one day in Cart road caseu 100 H E Frymire 1 day in Cart road cRseu 100 Wm Brumfield wituees 1 day in Cast road case 1 00 Joe Bruner witness one day in Cart road caseuuu 100 C D Payne witness one day in Cart road case u 00 1 00 J P Haswell Jr three days services as county attorney protein in absence of county attorneyu 7 50 W F Hook fees as clerk in Tucker road case 5 35 Lon Glasscock viewer 1 day in Tucker road cnseu 1 00 I L Milner viewer one day in Tucker road caseu 1 00 Clyde Hicks viewer one day in Tucker 10 dcaseu 1 00 A C Tucker chainman 1 day in M B Tucker roadcase u 1 00 W Sosb chainman 1 day in Tucker road case i 00 C D Payne fees as surveyor in Tucker caseuu 7 00 S T Smith fees as deputy sher iff in Tucker road caseu 2 00 H Tucker damages allowed in Tucker road caseu 50 00 G W Hines damages allowed in Tucker case10 00 F Hook fens as clerk 0 00 W F Hook making settlement of Railroad taxes for year 1908 8 00 W F Hook making settlenvent of county levy for year 1008 100 00 Calvin flendrick 13 days Super visor of taxes IjOg 19 50 John Jennings 13 days super visor of taxes 1909 0000 1050 J H Miller 13 days supervisor of taxe11008n 10 60 U W u Or n- p J a xCougre Meekiso t Praisev r- Peruxa 6 1 aq- t His r Reliefq From Catarrh 1 9- I k j Peruna longer done storo aifllctod a mrthlngIIr road witness witness road road Taylor Dowell 13 days super rf visor pf taxes 1009 10 iiA C Glasscock t3 days super J visorof taxesVUi 19 Sjv W F Hook clerk board of sup ervisors 18 dayslOOO 19 i Calvin Hendrick one day reviewing 1- 1tiuo work ol supervisors 3 00 j John Jennings 1 day reviewing work supervisors for lUOg 300 J H Miller l1 day reviewing work of supervisors for IgOOw 3 OOill Taylor Dowell 1 day reriawingaVworkof supervisors for igOO 8 001 A C Glasscock 1 day reviewing 1j work of supervisor for 1909 3 pOjW F Hook clerk one day of Board of Supervisors whilett reviewtng workiIi I ftiViW F Hook fees as clerk in Al i Y4 bright road ease 8 90 J Chas Blanford viewer 2 days in fAlbrighttaoad case 2O G A Foote viewer 3 days in Albright road case 00 Chas Grosschainman 2 days In j Albright road case 1 zOO- S T Bandy chainman 1 day in Albright road case 1 00 Peyton Dooley chainman 1 day in Albright dcasen 100 Milt Miller fees as sheriff in t Albright road casenu2 50i 21 Jtsse Whltworth 10daYas K i j election comm ss oner1908oo2OQ 5 X iMilt Miller 10 days as election commissioner 1008 aO 00 1ir Taylor Beard 7 days as election ti jjiI i commissioner 19081 1400 1 Frank L Mercer clerk board of 1Jl j 1 ling furnished to courthouse 100 rTV J Hook lumber tiling and other materials furnished to T county 11 11111544I1 1 4 v80fsDr ffOfficeri fi 7SCQft Continued next week Attend Knights Banquet iVWvChas i Black and Cha Jackson of this cUyMt r attended the district meeting and bir rAiJs quet of the Knights of Pythias at Ow6w boro Friday night The Rev Cdrrii i delivered an r r- CbIGdrn adl1resslfIjl I Cry FOR FLE1HERS lCA S O R IIA J FreeTonlfhtThe i School willtgive an open claltbsevenin The 6 I undsrthemanagementof 1 i G ItUi 3 t