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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v ib- tJ 1r p THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWSfe ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 8 Pates NO 27 STITESHERNDON lopkinsille Belle Becomes Bride Of Louisville Business Man Last Friday Miss Joy Morrison Herndon yester dayafternoon became the bride of Mr F Gervais Taylor Stites of Louisville The wedding was a brilliant church f X J affair and was solemnized at Grace r piscopalchurch the rectorRev Geo C AblJitt officiating I Messrs Hiram Thomas John Stites 25M H Nelson Jr and Frank Brewer of Princeton were the ushers Mr i6 Brooks of Louisville was the best 04manMisses Mary Goldthwaite and Bet ThWare were the maids immediately ufter the wedding Mr and Mrs Stites took the afternoon D 2trainsouth for a bridal tour and will Lbupontheir return reside In Louisville The bride Is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo T Herndon one 1w of Hopklnsvlllos prettiest girls Mr t Stites is a promising young business man Hopklnsville Kentuckian wi aJ League Busy Again y The Epworth League has pledged another fifty dollars on the parsonage debt The League is very economical = At the last social forty guests wore entertained on the small sum of twenty five cents HERNDON s Makes Wonderful Success in Hotel Business at Enid Okla j homa The Loewen 7Beautiful The visitor to a city In every instance wishes to know what class 6f hotels accommodations that city can give 4 This one feature is one of the best re commendations a city desirous of im iits condition can possibly have ihier is well taken care of at a 11proving where nccoinodations service with good cheer is given 1 impression of tv city is greatly ienhancld Great Enid is not ht all lacking in this respect for there are rew hotels in tbp country that offer better service and accommodations than does the Loewen cryti This hotel was built over two years ago by Mr Albert Loewen whose aim o1tSitis always to have and give the best the country affords At first many of = the citizens of Enid thought that this hotel with its 100 elegantly appointed rooms was entirely too large for the mOlsize of the city but little did they realize that a hotel to render the service necessary especially in a growing city like Enid should be several years = ahead of the conditions of the city The present management took the C house one year ago Under the able iiwanagement of Mr H W Herndon 4tft who has spent his life in the hotel busi this house has developed until itL r IInesshas outgtown its capacity and the have decided to add Y k1 ranother story to the present building Increasing it 50 rooms making 150 in all i furnished with hot and cold water 1steam heat and phone service c The culinary service is one of the post attractive features of this house 1 Y F this being far beyond that of the 2ordinary Oklahoma hotel 1ii Mr Herndon operated the Herndon hotel at Herndon Ky i rsix years 0 the Grayson Springs hotelat Grayson 1w Springs Ky the largest summer resort in Kentucky and the Henrietta atIJ Princeton Ky an experience which more than qualities him to meet all dlImandsof the most critical and exacting h guest of the Loewen He Is by far the 2 most capable hotel manager Enid has ever had Enid Dally f 4 1 1 Works Too Hard 3 Hardln Kinder the express and Ca s freight deliverer of this city is com kfJ plaining of his health failing him Mr Kincerisn big throng man but works Ir 4 too strenuously He has made quite a success of his business and owns a hpme iin Breckenrldge edition on Hudson t4street Roof Falls In t The root of the brick stable belonging to Oelzes Hall eltfIn Saturday The 1 heavy snow weighted the roof dow- nnndbrokethe wfcU 7 o u FARMERS Stand By Pooling Agreement Committee Appointed to Get Samples Hnrdinshurg Jan 11Specla17 The Circuit Court room was full of farmers Saturday who voted to stand by the pooling agreement and to retain their selling committee notwithstanding attempted resignations A com mittee was appointed to gather samples Monday and to meet here Tuesday when an attempt would bo made to effect a sale Ben id Clarkson of Big Spring agreed to be present and negotiations wore to be opened with him for the sale of the entire pool A meeting was set for today for the farmers to meet to confirm or reject the sole which it was confidently expected would be made PROCEEDINGS Of Adjourned Session of Fiscal Court That Convened in Hardinsburg on Saturday December 18 At a fiscal court continued fromOc tober 27 1009 and held in the court house in Hardinsburg Ky on Satur day December 18 IqOg In and for Breckinridge county Kentucky Present C H Drury T M Bates John OReilly Justices of the Peace and H DeH Moorman County Judge presidingIt by the court that the county Road and Bridge Supervisor pay whatever sum that now remains in the Road and Bridge Fund less what ever is in his discretion necessary to i leave m said fund fob emergencies to the Commissioners and Receiver of Breckinridge county and he Is now ordered and directed to forthwith apply said sum so paid to outstanding indebt edness of the county for bridges taking up the bonds due and nearest due The County Judgu will approve orders so Issued and see that this order is promptly executed In the matter of the effort of the court to refund the Railroad bonded indebtedness of the Railroad Tax District of Breckinridge county after hearing the report of Hon John P Haswell Jr and Judge H DeH Moorman the com mittee heretofore appointed and it appearing that there is great probability of the bonds being refunded at less rate of interest on motion of Charles H Drury and seconded by T 11 Bates duly carried it is ordered that said committee bo and same is retained under the order of appoint ment heretofore made and they are authorized and empowered to do any and all things in their discretion proper and necessary to refund said Indebtedness at a lower rate of Interest and they will request the County Judge to call a special term of this court at such time as they deem proper to hear any report or do any other thing they may desire in the premises and they will make a report at the next regular term of this court or at a called term as they deem proper or necessary- It Is ordered by the Court that the following sums be and they are hereby allowed and appropriated to the persons below named respectfully for the purpose mentioned W Nook arranging ballots forifovomber election 1909 8 3130 W V Hook list of liens and incumbrances for assessor 11940 W F Hook fees as County Clerk 4200 John P Haswell Jr County Attorney pro tern three days 750 Charles H Drury Justice of Peace one day 800 T M Bates Justice of Peace one day v 300 Johq OReilly Justice of Peace one day 8 00 It is ordered by the Court that the proceedings at this term be published as under former orders Minutes read and approved and or dered that court adjourn H DeH Moorman J B 0 Call By Number Please call by number instead of name when using the telephone The com pany has Issued new books for Clover port Lewisport Hawesvilje Stephens port and Hardinsburg and subscribers are requested to use them The tele phone service can not be made perfect by the operator alqne the subscribers mwtdo their part I a- lrft t I KENTUCKY PRESS Meeting At Lexington Given Ar Attractive WriteUp In The American Press What proved to be most interesting to the members of the Kentucky Pres s Association was the splendid account ojf the midwinter meeting given In last weeks issue of The American Press Besides a lenghty writeup several cutE appeared on the front page chowing pictures of President Underwood Vice President Miller and Secretary Bowmar n Former Cloveroort Girl MISS LUCILE DEESTRECT SKEWL1 1 B Y P U To Give a Dandy Entertainment Friday Night Tableau of Little Girls Miss Myrtle Critchfield a charming and vvacious young woman willJJ present Ye Dee street Skule in Oelzes Hill for the 11 Y P U Friday night The members of tfie Baptist Union and Epworth League of this cilyI will nuke up the cast The stars will be Misses Ray Heyser Cleoim Weather holt Chas Frtllon Paul Lewis Chris 4 Bmbnntlt Prcf McCoy Mrs Phelps Miss Martha Willis Dr Boone and Proctor Keith 1 NOTICE The stockholders of the Cloverport Water Light Ice Co will meet Fri day January 28 1010 at the Bank of Cloverport for the purpose of amendjj ing its articles of Incorporation and in creasing the capital stock A L Fort Vice President I KINDNESS Displayed By Dumb Animals 1 Writes Mr Penick Unusual I Incident Dear Mr Babbage My attention was called to an incident a week ago that I think deserves mention At my fathers home they have a large Maltese cat which is not only a pet there but in the entire neighborhood It has often shown extraordinary sense W P RomtJie my brotheriulaw has a Foxterior dog which is a great pet too The cat and dog have always been enemies Seemingly each one jealous of the other until recently an incident worked wonders In their attitude to wards each other A lady was passing the home accompalned by n large vicious dog that attached our little dog just As soon as he saw him The lady said she thought her dog would kill theII little fellow in spite of all she could do 1 when suddenly the cat sprang upon the scene leaped on the big dog with al1tt Its weight The cat scratched and bit the big dog until he freed the little one After that the cat and little dog ran back to the house as fast as they could and ever since that day have been good i friends and get along fine toge lherCC A PentckCI Irvington Ky u to 6 J JREVIVAL I Pat Davis Coming Back to Clover porta Favorite Kentucky Evangelist Will Hold Methodist1 Meeting The annual Methodist revival will be opened next Sunday morning by the pastor Rev German P Dillon He will be assisted by the Rev Pat Davis who conducted a serije here during Brother Curries pistonigo All are cordially invited to the services n n LANEAVK RESOLUTIONS Passed In Memory of Ben A Hardawav by Bewleyville Sunday School At the regular meeting of TheJBew leyville Sunday School on Dec 19 909 announcement was made that Ben A Hardaway had on Saturday morning passed away from earth to Heaven Where upon a committee was ap pointed to draft suitable resolutions expressive of the great sorrow of the ichool over the loss of one who had for seventy years labored so faithfully herein This committee made the following esolutions Whereas that God In his wisdom hath seen fit to call away roin our midst our beloved teacher Bro Ben Hardaway and given him a home In that land of joy and song whore he can join loved ones gone be tore in giving praise to him on high Therefore resolved that in our departed brother the Sunday School has ost a most faithful and punctual teacher one of its most exemplary and useful members a man who leaves a eprutatlon unvarnished by even the suspicion of wrong doing and one whose standard of honor was always sigh The family loses a kind lusband a loving father and brother md the community has lost a most helpful citizen Resolved that we tender the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy in their season of sorrow and bid them remember whom the Lord loveth he ihasteneth Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be furnished the Meade and ireckinridge county papers also to the Secretary to bo road before the School then to be spread on the mlnu es G A Foote Chas Blandford Chas DruryCommittee Something Tender If you want good tender first class beef and pork call at the Irvington Meat Market Geo Thompson proprietor Irvington I r Groom Seventy Walter Jarboe and Mrs Rosa Trip ett of this city wed today in St Rose hurch The groom Is seventy years oldand the bride Is twenty years younger L JC I J IRVINGTON News Gathered Especially For Friends And TownsmenGirls Club PopularOther Items If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Willa Drury who has been visiting her sister Miss B Ada Drury In Louisville returned Sunday Mr and Mrs Con Bland returned to Carlisle Ind last week Mrs Newsom Gardner has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs James Smith at Guston Dr Frank Hook has been ill at his home here Mrs Edwin H Jolly and baby have returned after a visit to her grand mother Mrs Robert Hendrick near Sandy Hill Sell your produce hides and furs to the Irvington Produce Co Will Hale of Brandenburg has mov ed his family here to locate and has taken the Redman property on Walnut streetEarl Bennett spent two days in the city last week Mrs E A Strother and daughter Miss Zelma Strother of Big Spring were visitors In town Saturday They left that night for Owensboro where she will enter college Miss Lora Crabtree of Hartford is the guest of her aunt Mrs Fidelia Gal loway She will return to her home the last of this week Mrs O F Brite will entertain the fortytwo club Thursday afternoon at her home in the Woodland Mrs S R Payne is expected home this week from Paducah where she has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Maurice Gilbert Miss Eva Schindler left Monday for Louisville where she has accepted a position Brabandt the photographer will be at Irvington Tuesday and Wednesday January 18 and 19 The Missionary society met with Mrs T N McGlothlan at her home on Church Ave last Friday afternoon Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaranteed 11 W Winn Manager Miss Mary Henry left Saturday for a stay of several days with her sister Mrs Eflie Richardson near Ekron The Rev T W Gayer of Louisville preached two excellent sermons on Sunday at the morning and evening services Rev Gayer has accepted the call ot the Baptist church for year and we are glad to anotherI back again H H Kemper spent Thursday in LouisvilleMrs Bates and baby returned yesterday from Louisville where they have been visiting for some time Mrs Louis H Jolly Is making a number of excellent plans for her music class for the year 1010 She has added several to her list slnca the holidays and reports that she is very much pleased with her pupils Miss Mary Payne is the guest of her aunt Mrs Matt Payne this week after being the guest of Miss Essie Kendall near Webster She will return to her home at Bewleyville today Irvington Produce Company pays cash for butter eggs poultry hides and furs Miss Jessie Brady entertained the fortytwo club at her homo on Thurs day afternoon Very interesting games were played by the club members after the games a delightful lunch was serv ed The visitors present were Mrs A M Hardaway of Minot North Da kota and Miss Lillian Stith of Guston Richard Wathen and Mrs Simms of Lebanon Junctions were here last week to attend the funeral of Mrs Eliza Jolly Miss Nellie Smith visited friends at Webster last Sunday with Miss Mary SmithMr and Mrs C L Chamberlain who have been spending several days with Mr and Mrs Edd Montgomery In Lou isville returned home Friday Mrs Rube Miller of Indianapolis and Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Lou vlllo left Monday for their homes after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs W J Piggott John D Babbago of Clover port spent Saturday in town Mr and Mrs Jno Durbin have mov ed to biter new home at Weet Point on v J I iirP f CREEK FAT Damage On The Ohio River Katie and Royal Suffer From Ice Loss at the Falls Heavy Little Miss Virginia Crary wanted to know Monday morning as she crossed the city bridge What made the creek so fat Ice and snow answered little Miss Jane Lightfoot I tbeIRoyal which broke loose at Alto Ind was caught at Tobinsport It belonged to Dick Smith Three persons were aboard and were unable to stop the boat They were safely rescued at TobinsportCaptain Weatherholt said the large gorges of ice in the river made muck work for him and he was up all night Thursday Katie was damaged a little The loss of barges and small crafts nt Louisville will amount to 20000 the farm of Mr E V Thompson frr the winter Miss Lillian Stith left for Gusto Monday after visiting friends for the past week Miss Mary Brown has gone to Lewis port for a brief visit to Mr and Mrs Walker Brown Mr and Mrs Taylor Dowell returned Sunday from Weldon where they have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Char lie Hawes- J B Herndon spent last week iix Hardinsburg CURE YOUR KIDNEYS No Need To Take Any Further Risks Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint back ache uninary disorders lameness eiidnches languor why allow themselves to become chronic invalids when u certain cure is offered them Doans Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because it gives to the kidneys the help they tieed to perform their work If you have unv even one of the symptoms of kidney diseases cure your self now before diabetes dropsy or Brigbts disease sets in Can Clover prt residents demand more convincing proof thmi the following Mrs Charles Stephens 520 Clay St Owensboro Ky says I have used Doiuis Kidney Pills and believe they are a genii remedy I did not take them exactly as directed but they strengthened my back and relieved me of acute puiti When I felt better r would stop taking them instead of con ti juing their use until H complete cure was effected I am now improved im many ways since using Donus Kidney Pills and can recommend them to those suffering from kidney trouble For sale by nil dealers Price SO cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other Bailey Hawkins Miss Irene Bailey and Wave Hawkins were married Thursday in Ilawesvillo Their wedding was quite a surprise to both friends and relatives The brides home is nt Glendeane Mr Hawkins ia- n thrifty young farme- rAdministrators Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of Samuel A Hicks deceas ed are notified to present same pro perly proven according to law before the undersigned on or before Feb 24 1910 Anyone knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle Marion Weatherholt Admr Popular Host Last week Roy Brey entertained at his home the following Father Mey eying Father Moss Mr Krolger and Mr Keates of Chicago Was Wtll Known Word has been received here of ttie death of Ben McQuady of Mattingly Mr McQuady leaves a wife and twor children d i- A j- t ll V v ITT TI 1T TT- s 0 n r r Electric BittersSucceed wfccn everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy aa thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- It is the best ircdjeine ever cold over a druggist counter DR H J BOONE Pe ilnanent C Dentistrn Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Kyj jrfuS LJ j iI ii rC tJ CITY AND SCHOOLTAXPAYERS are hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the pen alty will bo added llomoni J yjHttSS35f- ibor no favors will be shown Payment is requested with out fail Call at the oflico in rear of Cloverport Bank J Chase May Sr I City and School Tax Collector Mtsleleit5taleltAaaltabas Aale4a+ dto FORSALEA1 a 1- I fore rit Sizes antiI Pricesi r J I The Bank of Hardinsburg i JI Trust GoJtarsrrrv aarrscpa trrrrraanraanrpy H Dell nOORMANAt- torney at Law- ttARDINSBURO KY kii pnttUW ill icof jHlr i i nli tit Hit iris f n 1sk sari Lt t and1a ililiitt ioun r r Sjwlt it 111 t vBnioi rdNve i i HII dtrtmina urt tt I ne t url ilull Iifd tit r II I Cnrt uiIlH vir Itaik 11 It trims vir acM N Gees n7y IU1 f STYLISH C011FURr ULrjj Tailorl Made I i All the i iitwst pitterm for Suits u- Hn i TIJhQri in hightfrmle fat A ncs chithes twde by modern maltolK KI sjuttrnt8 I Mod I uric 1turi t taior IIcuteI 1 M a HUNSCHE iCn eiton omii I L FiljJ Wo Buy FURSHides Wool IIGoldenWild Ginger etc We are dealers ftUitd iin l6560rcr bath ornturrin IjouitTiHe end can do better for you tan igccU or comnunon mcrchanU Reference rweenyrlNe Sabcl Sons 2ZD E Market St LOUISVILLE KY An Elephants Courtesy At the conclusion of a childrens performance at Old Moldcum an ele phant proceeded along a narrow road with u pall In Its trunk for the Fur pose of procuring water from a pump A little girl clmnrod to get hi the ant mnls way and the road being only wldo enough to accommodate his suhI stantial hody the elephant laid down the pall picked up tho child with lily trunk anti gently lifted her to n place of safety afterward resuming his Jour fey to the pump rr the water West minster Uazetto Ctolldrn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA JOY OF LIVING WITHOUT COOKS Carthage Womans Colieme to Solve Servant Problem LARGE ROOM Fftri CHILDREN A House Has Been Rented and a Co operative Kitchen Established Where the Members Go Daily For Meals and Share the Expense The cooperative kitchen founded recently by women In Carthage Mo has passed the experimental stage and will now become a permanent Institu tion A number of women who had been troubled by the servant problem de cided a few months ago to pool their Interests or rather troubles and en denror by their combined efforts to secure servants and gratify their ap petites without contaminating the feminine portion of their several fam tiles with the odor of the kitchen Many were skeptical when the Idea of the undertaking was first suggested but those even most positive of the failure of the undertaking have now applied for admission to the dreamful kitchen where servant troubles are only horrid nightmares delicious meals the regular order and contentment reigns supreme Furnished Their Own Tables It was decided to lease the Johns residence on South Garrison street and convert It Into the cooperative kitch en The large music room and the two smaller rooms were made the dining rooms Each family furnisher Its own table and chairs and every one chip ped In to furnish the Jkitchen and srI ond floor where one large room Is used for the children A nurse Is always waiting to take the crying baby while the old folks are enjoying their meal The balance of the second floor Is used as the servants quarters A regular menu Is served but should nny fatally wish something special It Is bought and charged extra Mrs John C McGee n lender In Carthage society has been appointed to supervise the cooking and to act as manager of the Institution Each member bears her pr rata of the expense An Opportunity For Gossip The social side of the kitchen Is one of the most pleasant All of the members are friends so an exchange of greetings and possible gossip thrice dally Is Riot to be despised by the wo men while the husbands may discuss the latest news of the north pole and I he probable weight of Urn Jeffries at the time he goes lute the ring The children of tthe kitchen of whom by the way there are n great ninny win visitI nod play on the lawn nut whatever the minor virtues of the kitchen Rimy he Ithe good orals served by neatly dressed girls prove the greatest anti mostI brilliantly en joyable feature of the institution PLAN TO STOP SMUGGLING Dealers In Gems Form Association to Aid Authorities To stop the smuggling of gems cspe Inlly diamonds and pearls a move meat tins brew begun In Ithe Malibu line district of Now York city Thirty of the largest wholesale linns have formed an association rill the purpose ur cooperating with the federalI an horltles in running down all smug Irs whether dishonest healers or rev turningI tourists One of the means proposed for cHin inating the gout smugglers or at least nrtnlllng their activity is to Induce the London diamond syndicate or the trltlHh authorities to keep accurate records of shipments as Is done by the ustoniH authorities In New York In addition the members of Ithe new nsso lutloii In New York are to obtain and give Information tthat will assist the uthorltles In tracing shipments and stiles in New York and abroad whenever there is n suspicion of smuggling ANTICHRISTMAS CLUB Five Dollar Fee For Assurance of Im munity From Gifts Jolly old St Nicholas will have his troubles when he goes to Cleveland 0 In 1910 that Is If the nntlChrlHt nas gift movement grows It tins been inaugurated by Dr John Mohr The Idea td for an organization to be known as the AntiChristmas club the purposes of which shall be to cur tail not absolutely eliminate tile Ira lltlonal habit The membership leo of 5 will entitle members to cards assuring them Immunity from promiscuous givers The fund raised by the fees Is to housed for charitable purposes exclusive- lyI Novelty In London Club Life The fact that In all existing clubs It- is against the rule to use the premises for business purposes line suggested the formation of n new club to com ilno business with social facilities The proprietors of the Institution the promises of which are in Piccadilly London have culled it the London club In addition to thou ordinary club rooms there will be a business recep tlon room where members cnn discuss business with each other Hoards will occupy the wan space on which by permission of the secretary the de tans of business rrposltlons In which members desire cooperation will bo UsDlajed u rfY HII Am Glad writes Mrs Ethel Newlin of Liberty Center Ind that I began to take Car dui for it has cured me- and I will never forget it- II cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me Before I began to take it I was very bad color suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I have a good color do not suffer and weigh 125 Ibs TakeCARDUI1 The Womans Tonic Beware of strong nox ious mineral drugs that sink into your system like lead to the bottom of a basin of water Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals or dangerous drugs- It is perfectly safe and harmless for use by old and young and may be taken as a tonic for months without any possi ble harmful effect Try it VALUf Of GOOD ROADS How One Kansas Community Learned a Lasson THE EXPERIMENT A SUCCESS Government Expert Showed What a Composition of Sand and Gumbo Would Do When Properly Handled Many Benefits Realized Until recently the farmers south of Dodge City Kan were put to all sorts of inconvenience getting to town with Itheir crops for market In that section of Ford county Is as good wheat land probably us chin be found in the state The owners of these lands are for the most part iermans and their success in Valslng large crops was proverbial But they had ont particular legitimate complaint That was the condition of the road between their farms and Dodge City For about two and onehalf miles the main county thoroughfare passed through the sand I 13 This sand hill road was about the worst to be found In tintI section There were plocs III which the wheels sank into the sand halfway to the hubs while the remainder of the distance was most dllllriilt of passage In the places where the sand was deepest an empty wagon drawn by two horses had hard work gettingI through There was onlyone time when this road was In a fairly good condition and that was directly after a hard rain It would thou puck Itself lard But this grand condition would last only a tiny or iweI ninl as rains are not overfre iient In this part of the state the sand hills road1 was had nearly the year iround The citizens of Dodge City realized Ithat they were confronting a serious pronlem for runny of the farm ems were threatening to move assay They appealed to Jtepresentntlve Ed ivard II Madison who became interested lie went to the good roads bu lent of the department of agriculture In Vashington and tusked that a loads expert be sent to Kord county The eijuest was Immediately granted 1V- L Spoon was sent to Dodge City fter looking over the sand hills he imde this reassuring statement Your people eau have as good roods us anywhere in tie country and with as little expense as anywhere Ill slow you how unbuild loo yards of good road through the worst sand rand with that lesson you can continue It In the low places in the sand hills dr Spoon found close to the proposed road n gumbo like soil which he mixed with 75 per cent of sand With this mIxture he constructed a rond that litter n hard winter and almost con itnnt travel is still like a race track The proposed road was first lined center stakes and side stakes set tit the required distances The roadbed sur face was plowed disorganizing every part of Jt The harrow was then used separating turf and grass from the sand The grading and leveling fol owed making easy grades where re lulred The road plow was again used this time outside the stakes Three furrows were thrown to the stakes making a brace to hold the clay In the roadbed On top of the clay bottom In the road trench were spread sane and gumbo care being taken that HO grass or roots were left In It The mixture of sand and gum fio was slanted so as to shed the wa ter Time hardens the gumbo land mixtureThis 00 yards of experiment waked up the farmers and the city folk of Dodge Immediately two and one bnlf miles additional road were constructed Kyr tiluo months thin road has stood the irt and the farmers In oth er parts at the county art building similar rondo r r rr 9 0 n 1 lI A Picture of Father and Mother How it would dulight your children how it would please jour friends Bra bandt Studio Cloves port Ky Irvington Ky Every Tuesday What bcnillt has boonderived from this rond Improvement was naked W J Fitzgerald lieutenant governor n large merchant In Dodge City flints hard to answer IIP said because the benefits have been so many and varied The town people have had an Increase In business and the farmers have made more on their produce because of the ease In which they get their stuff to market But above nil the farms south of town whose owners had to depend upon the old road lave Increased In vamp Siii per cent This Is not nn estimate but founded upon Ithe transfers actually made since the new road was built Our people who n year ago were de spondent and saw no remedy for the bad road conditions are now enthusiastic good roads builders A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen suffered much front Piles writes Will A Marsh of Siler City N C till I got n box of Bu klens At erica Salve and was soon cured It Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains vanish before it 25c at Severs Drug- Store How to Avoid Making Ruts Serious damns1 soon results from the common practice of driving In the track made by preceding vehicles especially with heavy loads on narrow tires Ruts would scarcely It ever appear on a well constructed road If drivers would vary their track even only u few Inches It would be no ticed that no matter how deep the rut It will disappear when n sharp turn occurs as the horses vary their course round a corner and trallle spreads out over the full width of the rondoJhfu IIs one of the principal causes of Iclerlnrailoii of n macadam road and could easily lie remedied with a little fire on the part of the drivers V Bad Highway Building- A road engineer puts It this way There ought to lie a law to stop fools building highways This Idea that the outer edge of a highway sod dirt and stone nil should he thrown Into tlie renter of the road ought to entitle Ithe people who do It to ninety days In jaile A Inzy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia md constipation weakens the whole system Doans Regnlets 25 cents per box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation CONVICT ROAD BUILDERS Inmates of Georgia Prisons Beautifying Highways Tbe roads of Swnlnsboro Gn are fast being converted from veritable sand beds Into beautiful turnpike clay roads Tim county chum gang whIch Is now about fifty strong Including thirty felony convicts Enmnuuls quota of the state convicts Is doing tine work In rood building under the su pervision of M H Uoatrlgbr who tins had much experience In practical road buildingHowever Ithe people of the county while awakening somewhat to the fact that they must be up and doing In matters pertaining to roads If they would keep apace with their neigh boring counties still do not show the proper Interest In the construction of their roads or rather In the keeping up of the rends titter they are built by the chain gang There seems to be nn Idea abroad that It Is the chain gangs province to Ikeep up fie roads us well as to construct them and thIs Idea must be eliminated before a thorough good road movement can be Installed nnd substantial Improvements made on the countys highways NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more KiugsIBiliousInesstroubles Kidney Diseases find Dowel Disorders Theyre easy but sure nud perfectly build up the health 250 at Severa Drug Store Subscribe GnJ fv 1I1- irJ 1 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1010 r 14t STATIONS 146 1 142 I 144 I 148 1Ij II Jully IJIUIII Dally Dally Dally Dally 7 Ml 440 840 751255740P 111 P JU A ltIV LouisvilleI Ar Al1 p M 1111 t D 33 f4 fin 8 53 Strawberry 701 f12It 7 25 939 500 H 50 i3lshoff 652 f1231 7 18 j U oJU i5 19 909 ednra6 42 nJ lgf7 08 J IIj4 f5 14 ID J14 Stites 616 12 11 1 1 02 J b7 f5 n 1n 17 Kathryn i 6 H2 ins osi 6 59 J 10 01 5H 121I Vest Polnt 6 29 12 OS tI1 56 1003 15 23 IU 23 Howard 627 f12 U3 W 64 iI 1M1 OOU t5 303a 46 10 13I 3110 li4 I Rock Haven I 6 i5 ill 48l6 41 10 j9 lir1 43 40klenburg 609 11 401633 9 tI 011 11 3 U 25 t 011S591 f9 b6 Ekron i lit 111 23 U 16 t 1037 U U8 it0 U3 Ouston 541i ill iIS U 08 10 43 g f 10 18 Irvington U 41 11 0b ggU it 40 fO 31 flO 19 Websler 533 flu 67 f5 42 10 5U f639 11027 Lodlburg fJO 4Mff 34 11 02 f6 4U lU 33 lystlc SS2l tJO 41 5 26 It 1105 f6 50 11037 Sample 5 18 flO 7f5 22 11 11 6 liB 10 44 Stepltensport 5 11 10 27 5 14 4 1114 1702 flU 48 Addison 5 08 i10 22 f60 S 11 16 f104 fJO 6U Holt 506 flO 191608 1 haw 11 26 7 15 11 OU Cloverport 4 57 tO 07 4 57 8 15 i f6 03 11 29 7 If 11 03 Shops 5 51 10 04 4 G4 8 13 6 12 11 as 17 28 Urn Skillman 4 46 tO 53 4 44 t8 02 11 45 7 37 11 18 HawesvIlO 4 38 9 48 4 f6 7 56116 27 11 1 fl 45 Il 25 Petrie 4 32 t0 37 4 28 f7 4jfO 32 11 55 I7 50 it 2U Adair 4 2fi fO 32 4 24 f7 39 y 6401203 7 no Ill 37 Lewlsvort 421 q 2n f411 73 + i f6 45 12 08 f8 05 11 42 Waltman 4 16 f0 17 4 11 f7 zt 6 53 12 14 8 14 111 40 Maceo 4 09 U 08 f4 04 7 16 j f7 0312 23 18 24 11 59 Pates 4 OU 8 56 3 54 f10S 7 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch 8 5o 18 52 351 7 02 7 1312 35 8 35 65IOliOf731 J1f1Stanly 3 32 18 22 63 28a8 07 7 53 108 to J6 12 43 Deals 3 18 801 313 f6187 u8 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 10 7 58 fiS 11 6 13i f 88 gu 15 f9 24 12 50 Baskett 3 12 7 52 f3 07 6OS f b5A1 48 10 05 1 28 Howell 2 42 7 10 2 30I155 1015 130 EvanSVllle2 35 710 230 Y 740 ST LOUiS 000 8J4A 1- 117O 1IAI A M t tiIIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull ti Ulan sleeper between Louisville and 5t Louis Y No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Clover portIHartford Line 5 H3 112 4 STATIONS jDallyI 6 3b p Ul 111 10 a ui Lv Irvington Ar 10 10 a m 5 50 p m I G 89iIIi I t 7 08 ill 43 Harned f93l f 5 14 7 11 11 46 Junction 928 5 II 7 17 115 Hardlnsburg 923 5 C6 724 11 00- fl2 Junctlon 0 17 5 00rf 7 82 01 p mnn KlrknI I0 00 451 i 13d IJ 11s AlcQuady f 9 M 445 7 I8 12 0unu Glendenno 9 03 4 34 7 57 9q Dempster 8 45n8 18 12 41nuFalis of 51 f82 12- 50Rough8 Oempstern 8 16 f 4 Sfi f 23C81381 1 1 I 11 Mkinsnf 8 04 f 4 14 1841 f 1 10 Oaks f 7 58 f 4 06 03f9 45 p m 1ftS p m EARUNGTON 6 40 a in 3 05 p m4 1 f Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees If you do you may find lust what you need in this department Jf you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive t and fair in price Jwant+ A and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbaae n t from W bstcr 2V4 miles from ti0mile1 80 acres e t trash land and so acres inRrussj no x nta land new house and IUTBO now barn built lust year For further uurticulnri write to Jno U Bubbuo Olov rport Ky 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 3t 3110 3 miles from orchard well watered t lays wall Rood young Rood timber on rural routosc tow yards fro 11 house Improvements good four room dwoliing with Itcbon on back porch two goud barns barn and tenant house and cis torn back In the field moat and lion house wood shed will sell on easy payments plenty or smll fruit Further particulars address Jno D BabbaRU Oloverport Ky 67 ACRE PAItM 5 room cottage ball and porch In good repair Rood 7stall stock barn two Rood side sheds crib good meat house and lied limitn I and Ii variety of apples ueaches and grapes n Rood well and never falling spring for stock water 200 yards east of HardtnBburR In easy distance to the High School building when eructed 2 Don For HW acres bur miles west of 4J uuw uiunclouuu I miles from brunch railroad all fresh land i 100 uures In cultivation W acres In grass will produce tho best corn whout and tobacco In ntjiRliborbood plonty IlL tlnK water woll at door ot dwell InK log dwoilltiR V rooms and sldo room Rood stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty ot good tlinh fro farm purposes Hood land to clear Price 2000 H cash C 3d4 onostorydWblacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture CSi acres in tl ber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good slaw Plenty of good Better get that Jot iJ nndtoodcombinedStreetsOloverportwholelength J exchange for a dwelling buuso tn OioTerport I AvenueWell I a A andrandntotlmbetBeech t behauledlaud both bottom and ruULtmcstontSjNtobacco and fruit Plenty YKeasye FORsUEAfarmcontaining25Oacresandr cottage ct five N withulltoruone tenant huuso about 5to apple und peach M trees Ulan pears quluces und apricots most niceTinya t severalgrovesofblacklocustsulltclont wire tho whole farm In It lies near Kkroc on L H tit St L IU H price Is f6000 oc ar r long and easy payment 11 f druggistHad iJ justthe tl Into a rood practlcn and u good drug busloego rsttreisii7 moverport j Work done now c t r p IE HlffiTSS OF CONKS 1 Who and What They Are and Causes For Which They Are Why This Body of Progress Fighting and Side Lights on ivo Republicans Was Formed the Leaders of the Movement By JAMES A I3UGEHTON are several questions THERE null Impertinent that concerning the Insurgent movement The political stu dent asks What Is un insurgent The general public always Interested In personalities inquires Who is un Insurgent Uncle Joo Cannon In more or less bewhiskered nnd unsterll Izcd language rises to the question Why Is an insurgent To answer nil three queries adequately would require severalI hooks But as I have nOIbodthem we will have to boll it down r To begin In tho good old ordinal nud ordained way Firstly what id an insurgent It depends on who Is giving the nnswcr If It were Robert Marlon IA Follette he would doubtless reply An insurgent Is the noblest work of clod having In mimI perhaps one f articular insurrccto If it were Cannon who was giving the opinion But welt There are posiul laws In tho United States against printing nnd dls Beininatlng certain kinds of words and I have no desire to get either myself or the editor into Jail Either the La Follette or Cannon Idea would prob ably be biased To take a perfectly dispassionate view an insurgent is one who wants to change tho rules of thu house In which ho Is serving also the Rulers lIe has a passion for ripping it Into Cannon and Aldrich He wants to revise the tariff downwnrllempha- sls on the down6r at least ha wants to do it to all the tariff that does not affect his district Finally I CHIEF 1NSOUUI3NTS find foreuiostly mold this Iis the Imme diate object of his being lie wants to chase Cannon and Aldrich oil the po litical map If he Is In the house of representatives what an irony there Is in that word representatives ho objects to the speaker being the whole works Ho now regards the house us consisting of U number so large that there Is not u typo cnso In existence with figures enough to set it up Can non being represented by the figure tnnd the other 310 members by a long string of ciphers trailing after JThat bo something like one t A million billion trillion quadrillion quln p tllllon oh figure it out yourself My own view of an Insurgent Ls that is an honest man who by sonic tuls take broke iuto congress The other members not know what to make him Ho knows what he would like tp make of himself but the speaker wont let him That is the whole story Tho insurgent wants to save the country and cover himself with glory and here is this white whiskered tyrant with the gavel this old man with the artillery name who bars tho way It Is enough to make a saint Insurge A Growing Army As to the question Who is an In surgent his name is legion Tho per litical woods are full of him Nobody is certain of his neighbor lIe does not know who will Insurgp nest May 4be It will bo himself There are those who think that every time Speaker Cannon hIlls the table with his gavel n haw Insurgent springs into being If this is true there will soon be millions of him For a man of his yoara Unclq Joe certainly does mal treat that innocent wooden hammer t i He cqultl give points In the tattoo line to a snare drummer or to the jwgodpeckerj l along I Mar cnn In r J 4- ar IL 11 t 4N First ho had to convert the state of Wisconsin and wizen that job was done to lily satisfaction he started In to convert tho entire nuttdii This work is still In process At about the time La Follette was making the Wol verene railroads and regulars Jump sideways Albert Bard Cummins was causing the stand patters to red with his Iowa Idea Tho careers of these two progressive lenders have many features in common Both had to light tho nmchlnc in their own states both were elected to the governorship for three terms and both I while serving us governor were de rated to tlte United States senate Both are effective speakers and both deal with nets rather than figures of speech The difference lu their per semi appearance and manners however Is as striking as the resemblance In their careers Both are lighters lint Cummins is courtly and has gained the sobriquet of Handsome Albert while Follete is pugnacious with bristling mane Other senators that have broken out of the reservation are Jonathan P Dol liver who did nojl always Insurgc but was once tamo enough to cat out atones hand then grew excited and restive when Cummins built a back fire behind him Albert I Beveridge of In diana who tins always hem an orator and IIn becoming a lit 11 1011 I 111lJ1 Joseph- L Bristow of Kansas who drove the crooks out of the postofllce department and Is ready to perform the same service for allyother crooked bunch that gets in his way I cute Nelson and Moses Edwin Clupp of Minnesota I I THE IN CONGRESS would he do of see Ln who have put over a brand of IInsur- rection that makes Aldrich striver as though from a January blast out of the northwest Elmer 1 HurUolt and Norris Brown of Nebraska who coming so soon after Bryan make us wonder If the Platte country turns out nothing but smooth faced young orators who yearn to do timings lo the corporations William Edgar Borah of Idaho who Is such a handsome and mild looking man that no one would dream of lihi going up against the fierce and crafty Aldrich the lowering little and the astute and high browod Lodge and Coe I Crawford of South Dakota who it is said Is going back Into camp This Is the list of senate lusur rectos up to date but no one knows when It will be enlarged The powers that be are not always sure of putting a Linger on Senator Burton of Ohio while the elections to fill the vacancies occurring on March 4 1011 may bring In se eral new progressives Cannon In Front of Them If there ore mutterlngs in the semi ate howevor tthere IIs actual hideous rebellion complicated by ghost danc lug timid several different kinds of war medicine lu the house Senatorial I courtesy has a way of smoothing wars t wrinkled front until a tierce political J contest looks like a perfectly decorous ministers meeting A struggle in thojj upper house that may involve millions of dollars and decide tho political com plexlou of whole states looks about as exciting M n pink ten But In thtihouse It is different There Is perhaps n species of courtesy In the lower 1 Chamber or what passes for such but It Is not so elaborate oppressive and ponderous as that In tho senate In Tact time house courtesy Is like that of the prize ringthe shakehandsandgo 1 atlt kind If we consider Senator La Follette the lender of the senate in 1 surrectos and Victor Murdock tbo thief of those in the house It Ifl nl I1 iuost uncanny thu way the two typify iho character If the movement in their Vctfpeclivo bodies It recalls Sweden t of I Jti f 1 iAt n i1r J I i1tiiiI wrgs doctrine of correspondences for hit rrsu inbliinoe extends uver1 to their top plores Inside nnd outside Thus Ln Toilette wears n pompadour nUll Mimlocl a iinlo the color of n brick Carrying out till correspondence the senate insurrection bristle while that In the house la red headed The Red Badge of Courage Murdock himself Is worth a newspa per story and probably will get whole pages of such before he is done with the game lie IH himself an editor and was one time n Chicago reporter In those days he was a friend of Presi dent McKinley who referred to him as the brightest man In Kansas When ho went to Chicago young Mur dock was working for 0 n week on his fathers paper Asking for a raise he was turned down Even though the old gentleman was then n celebrity In the Sunflower State that fact lId not prevent the cub from telling him that sonic day he would be known as the father of Victor Murdock in which he proved n better prophet than most politiciansAs Murdock Is good na turcd mind usually succeeds In getting a laugh on his opponents Beware the cheerful reformer In puncturing a Hliam the pin point of humor may be n better weapon than the big stick of argument Perhaps the greatest scrv lee Murdock has rendered the American people was In exposing the railway mall graft Of old time the malls were weighed seven days a week but to get the dally average the total of seven days WitH divided by six which resulted In a clear gift to railroads of about 000000 a year Murdock ex posed the fraud and although the house machine refused to correct It President Roosevelt afterward did so The Valiant Thirty According to the list of house progressives furnished by Mr lurdock himself there mire thirty In all seven from Wisconsin four from Minnesota six from Iowa three front Nebraska two from Kansas two from Ohio two from Massachusetts and one each from New Terse North Dakota California and Washington A most Important number of the group Is Henry A Coop Ilr of Wisconsin who presented the La lollette resolutions to the last Itepnb licati national convention and who re ceived1 more votes for speaker of till house than any other Insurgent An other striking figure Is Irvine IL Len root a now member who was speaker of the Wisconsin assembly before go Ing to Washington A third Wisconsin man of national note Is John J Esch one of the authors of the present rail road rate law William J Cary Arthur W Copp IK A Morse nnd John M Nelson make up the rest of the lighting seven from La Toilettes state One of the progressives from Iowa the land of Cummins and Dolllver Is Eh bent II Ilnhbard who has the name but nothing else belonging to time abbot Philistine Other Iowa Insur restos mire James W Good Gilbert X Ilaugan N E Kendall Charles E Picket and Frank iP Woods From Minnesota whore Senators Nelson and Clapp uphold the nsurgent standard a quartet of house members have fol lowed them Charles It Davis Charles A Lindbergh Ilalvor Steenerson and Andrew J Volstead Nebraska has one of the leaders of the house progressives In George W Norris former Ily a district judge in that state and two able members in E II Illnshaw nUll M P Klnkald New Jersey fur nishes Charles N Fowler the former chairman of time house banking com mittee who has written ppon letters to Cannon until DanvilleI was tilled with tfying expletives 1 From Massaejinsetts halls Augustus P Gardner soninlaw of iSenator Henry Cabot Lodge who Gardner not Lodge swears hatl the house rules shall be amended whether the ma chine consents or not also Prom tine same state William C Iovering Ohio home of the president has two of the house InsurrcctoH in the persons of Da vid A Ilolllngsworth noted lawyer lain Adna K Johnson Front Kansas Victor Mimfocks companion arms Is E 11 Madison front North Dakota comes Asle JI Gronna from Califor nia E A Hayes one of the wealthiest I members of the louse maul from Wash ington state Miles Poindexler The CIIIIIIOIIKSIIIIU Inquiry Why Js an Insurgent llnds Its answer In the supposed propouiKlvr of the question Cannon himself Is the reason or rattier one nsiii TheI progressives I my they ramivlnto being because iliev wnnt to IIIIII till h rise II dellhyrativt body and cowry out platform promises I MiiKpcctt that their rwil rouse Is deeper yet being nothing less than the old light between equal rights and special privileges Saved At Deaths Door The door of lentil seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Bridge New York when his life was wonderfully saved I was in n dreadful condition he writer my skin was almost yellow eyed sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker dully Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the iO pounds lost and now min well and strong For nil stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre sup reme sOcf at Severs Drug Co NOTICE When sehding a news item to this of flee peasermake it as brief as possible owe can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of ntcrestEditor Subscribey ittI fooI io Vc F i n Ir Y 6I jV L r rrp Jn1flJ t The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company IJ F BEARD II President M1 II HEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier I J II DIRECTORS = Pays 3 per cent on time clepositsno more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay vI bV d lta+ ar 4 nn III I I Elm Hub Timber I I I = I I III c r JL I I III I r srmt KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Iings New Discovery FOR I COUCtiS6o RICE oo BoUlo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXOi OR MONEY REFUNDED Europes Highest Village The highest village in Europe is time Inscription on a postcard which shows a group of wooden cottages on a bleak hill with no sign of vegeta tion In sight and having as a butch ground a irange of lee covered moun talus The name of the place is Cu meaz In the Canton Wallls it ilea 3017 meters shove the sea level where Monte hiss raises Its gigantic head into the funds The village consists of tour families and the latest census gives It U population of twcn tyslx Time storms of spring and tall and the snows of the winter mouths says the sOlider of the card make life a dreary one and still the people look happy and doubtless they are so Itch I Itchl Itch Slrotch Scratch Scratch The more you scratch till worse the itch Try Dunn s Ointment It cures piles eczema nnv kin itching All diuggttts sell it Object Lesson IIn Good Roads A iliistuiiliiiry Conn i rural trey der livery currier bora mo tired ot imvci hag Ithe dirt roads on his route and finding Ithat he had no right to dictate to road olllcluls In regard to necdid re pairs tool a little of lilt snare time and had the fourth post master gen oral advised on the subject That ofll real replied hat If the roads were hum put in repair at the earliest possibly date thirty daysthe carrier can de viate from Ithose portions of his route that are out of repair nut inform the families residing on these roads that the department will not main tain rural service over any road that cannot be traveled by the carriers with facility and safety at all seasons of the year GfoiSdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA A Cure Not Guaranteed Toothache that scourge of our com mon humanity hums many cures The following remedy however would appear to be worse than the disease It is to be found In Choice and Ex perimental Receipts In Physlck and Cblrurgcry us also Cordial and Dis tilled Waters timid Spirits Perfumes and Other Curiosities a volume compiled by Sir Konclm Digby and pub lished In ICOSj With utf Iron nail raise and cut the gum from about the teeth till it bleed and that some of all the blood stick upon the nail en drive it into a wooden beam up to the bead After this Is douo you shall never have tho toothach In all your life This is described as a sympathetic euro for tho tpothach r 1i iJ I i iCapital 50000 Surplus anJ Undivided 1 Profit s 1360247 r U l i THE r Fifth Avenue HOTEL ti Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr I Morris Eskridgc G tit Heard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloc C V Robertson B F Beard 4J I Tim rnostcentraliy located and only firstclass hotel In the city 1 tanking mm5IX+ rate Only ODD block from thu princi pat shopping district two blocksNfrom the principal theatres Street curs pass the door to all + NJovrytlllIlJl a OO 7OoO 7 rr7fji m tcN For Our NewSerIal SerIalStory Which Will Begin Soon I 4 7 4 o r- as THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGB SONS PUBLISHING CO H Issued Every Wednesday r Subscription Price 100 a yenr in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money rlt advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please 44notifyus When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT =PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JAN 12 1910 BURLEY TOBACCOSOCIETY TRUST Is on NowBoston Financier to Organize 50 000000 CompanyLawson in Lexington PRESIDENT LEBUS AGREES Lexington Kv Jan 10A peoples trust is the weapon with which Thomas W Lawson the Boston millionaire of Frenzied Finance fame propo to fight the Tobacco Trust using the Burley Tobacco Society 1909 pool of 118000000 pounds of tobacco as the basis for the operations of the companyI which he proposes to organize with a capital stock of 50000000 the total holdings of the Burley Society to be bought by the company for cash at a fair price roughly estimatep at 20 cents a pound After a conference held by Mr Law Best Wishes 10 All Enclosed find check on tbe01d Re liable Breck Hank for the sum of 100 in payment of subscription for the year glO Wishing all Cloverport and vicinity Happy and Prosperous New Year tarn Very Truly Jno W Vest 223s West 24th St Los Angles Oil son with President LeBus and the exec utive committee of the Burley Society at the societys headquarters here and which began this afternoon and lasted until near mid night his plan was heartily approved by the societys leaders and will of course receive formal indorsement at the meeting of the district board of the society This means the sale on for cash of the entire holdings in the Burley pool and the appearance in the business world of one of the biggest and most novel combinations ever launched in America What Tobacco Grower Can Beat Archer P P Archer raised on twelve acres of ground near Ekron 11620 pounds- of tobacco He sold it to Lou Gibson at 12 tier 100 pounds straight The whole crop brought 139329 The News would be pleased to learn of any tobacco grower who can come up to this rr When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills wouldnt anysensible woman conclude that the same remedywould also benefit her suffering with the same trouble Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Pltchvillc OhioMy daughter was all run down suffered from pains in her side head and limbs and could walk but a short distance at a time She came very near having nervous prostration had begun to cough a good deal and seemed melancholy by spells She tried two doctors but got little help Since taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Blood Purifier and Liver Pills she has improved so much that she feels and looks liko another girlMry C Colo Fitchville Ohio IIy gf I Irasburg VermontuI feel it my duty to say a few words in praise of your medicine When I began taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou bles and nervous prostration I am now taking tIle sixth bottle of Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and find myself t greatly improved My friends who call td see me have noticed a great change Mrs A H Sanborn Irasburg Vermont We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will s prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that either of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials or that the letters arc published without their permission or that the original letter from each did 11not come to us entirely unsolicited bprWhat more proof can anyone ask nawl For 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Josi Compound has been the standard remedy for 1 female ills No sick woman does justice toA mnlherself who will not try this famous medicine exclusively from roots and herbs and wld has thousands of cures to its credit stai teMrs Plnkham invites nil sick women the to write her for advice She has tru guided thousands to health free of charge 1 0 Address Mrs Pinkham Lynn Muss ney C r J1s s Il REPORT Of Tim CONblTlOK OF THE Bank of Cloverport Doing business at Wall Street town of Cloverport County of Brcckinrldgc State of Kentucky at tho close of business on the 28th day December 1001- 1RESOURSES Lonnn and Discounts with one or more eu toners as 8Utetyl7921 43 Real Estate Mortgn gee 953 00 Call Loans on Collateral 0 00 Time Loans on Collateral 15527 42 U S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 000 42085 85 Due front National Banks aq44 95 Due from State Banks and Bankers 0OQ Due trout Trust Com panies 0OJ 2944 95 United States and National Bank Notes 32i4 00 Specie 17432 Checks and other cash items 35 10 Exchange for Clear ing House 000 4990 61 Overdrafts secured 0 00 Overdrafts unsecured 33 95 33 95 Taxes OOO Current Expenses Paid 1750 10 Real EstateBanking House 0 00 Outer Real Estate 0 00 Furniture und Fix tures 1000 00 Other Assets not in cluded under any of above headsIInterest paid on time Deposits 652 43 3402 50 I Total 54363 85 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 20060 00 Surplus Funds 1250 00 Undivided Profits 3182 20 Fund to pay Taxes 00 0 24432 20 Deposits subject to check ou which in terest is not paid 15007 36 Deposits subject to check oti which in terest is paid 0 00 Dcmaud certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 12048 03 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Certified Checks 0 0002771539 Due National Banks 210 20 Due State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Companies 0 00 216 20 Cashiers Checks outstanding II 0 00 Notes aud Bills re discounted 200000 Unpaid Dividends 0 00 Taxes due anu nil I paid 0 00 Bills paya le 0 00 Amount of unc aimed deposits on baud 0 00 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads 0 00 200000 Total 5436385 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of reckinridgeSct 1 A A Simons President of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above btaement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A A Simons President CorroctAttcst Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January 1010 My Commission expires January llth Marion Weatherbolt N P B C J C Muttinjly l John A Barry I7i R Iv OelzeDirectors Table Niceties Try having u well polished table covered with clean dollies at breakfast and lunch and have meat but once a day when you huge the large clean table cover on and a perfect but not elaborate meal It will possibly repay you to wash iron and embroider that old linen or duck skirt Into round mats ono for each plate ono for each large dish and for every cup or tumc bIer Linseed oil uNd wax will polish your table and two pretty caudles Ib with sticks and shades will give a Cdainty touch to the dinner table The old silver raster you hnvp In the nlUeJ leaned with a mixture of whiting and iimmonla and Oiled with thumb potsI Teen with ferns will make an attrac llvp tend impressive ornament Wordsworth Up to Date dWhenA shapeless shape In scanty dress To haunt to startle to distress I saw bar upon nearer view The things that woman had to dol She had to breathe a certain way And walk and walk for miles each day She couldnt cat a thing thats good For human natures dally food But Just some hygienic stun And stop before shed had enougha Youd think no one however thin Her sheathllke garments could get In Een If you understood tho cult Youd be surprised at the result I A perfect woman nobly gowned I dAAnd something lute an angels weight Carolyn Wells In Harpers Magazine I EncpuriArtist Yes I keep pegging away Sometimes I get discouraged and say to myself Whats tho use Frlend Dont give up old man You cant do worse than youve done you know Gxcbange 0 r 1 0 Swu M 1 R8JiabF CLOSING OUT SALE Ira cat c ialoatJ OF THOROUGHBREDbee d ra taySon taa Stallions Horsesand Colts q cam lire l 0WEr CLWe have sold our farm and must dispose ofq801tlllPrJ some steak CWe have decided to sellall our Stallions also Registered brood Mares PU and Colts Write us and let us give you full information We also have several horses Fret Whe and colts unregistered Subi r nti 1 c 7We have a ring hoe HERD OF JERSEYS is- G se raa iss Write at once as we must sell in the next 60Indays We can please you and will be glad toii rIss turn our business at Hardinsburg over to purIdaust chaser here 131 Ir I erlrs Mica Beard Bros iisu AV Harditisburg KentuckygrMiss m stobPresidentt G- IOEfR LE1UISStlA A SIMONS J1AUL IdentIt liI BOARD 01 nlHECTUnSJJ MATTINOLY V Pro uEIt Assistant MARION WEATHE1MIOLT Caslilor J A DAIntY J Cnshlerdorani BANK OF OLOVERPORTIncorporated V03 S fro Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2260000 os t A- lE wish all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore coniceW tributed their patronage and influence We have made our resolution to double our business during fr 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether it be large orsmallurrwo will appreciate and give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to be continually reducing a small one If you are not already a customer we invite yourattentionto our board fig of directors composed of successful business men who direct the affairs of this bunk Fully insured Intrest paideeon time deposits If our methods please you tell others if not tell us and we will see to it the fault if ours l bIr will be corrected f a IJ q =Louisville Market Report Louisville Jan nIOlOSpecial- WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 125 180 CornNo2Jwhite 71 OatsNo 2 nitxetl51zEggsMarket quite case count 31 35- cPoultryHens 1 12 and 130 per roosters Oc young chickens 13 loc ducks Me turkeys 18c 9- cBogsTops880 pigs 840 750 810 Sheep and Lambs Best lambs 5j 0c seconds 5 5c fat sheep 3504GameRabbits 1 and 125 per Tobacco Trouble Adjusted I Owcnsboro Jan 11Spec1al- The trouble between John H Nave of Owensboro and the poolers of Breckin ridge county has all been adjusted deliveries were resumed at Hardirisburtr yesterday The trouble arose oyer the grading of the tobacco the growers contending that the grading was too low and Mr Nave thinking It to high Both sides were so- displeased that the deal for the 4500 000 pounds of tobacco was declared off last Friday but the board of control of the Green River Tobacco Growers Association got together in this city and adjusted matters to mutual satisfaction If you owe your taxes you had better pay now and save costs J il i j 1tvin Cjj lro UhelIr For a Limited Time you can getndTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES i n Regular Price 500 a Year in l- el BRECKENRiDGE NEWS t Both One Year Forisi 4 n 350i The Louisville Times is the bestafternoon paper 4 f i printed anywheretI p Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky Field perfectlya 1 p Covers the general news field completelyi ii Has the best and fullest market reports t Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Awayff to this paper NOT ro the Louisville Times This special low of for may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for mail subscriptions Two Papers for Less Than the Price of OneI t10 7 C r ir i Y 1 cb o n pr y rmedYr AIRRH Balde e yIS Cream 1t qttkMy absorbed Pe Reliefl at Once i cleanses soothes ali and protects e diseased mem juie rftfluHing from Catarrh and drives ray aGold in the Head quickly Restores 9 Senses of Taste and timoll Full size IfebBAt Druggists or by mail Liquid FMIQ Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts y Brothers CO Warren Street Now York i the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 12 1910 For Congress 7enro authorized to nnnonnco Col lien hnson as a candidate for roo eloctlon to nret subject to the action of the Demu itlo Primary lobe held March 12 1010 PERSONAL V AND LOCAL L Fresh pork at Babbuges grocery y1 When In town give the ShoeStore a f illi tJfgFvJVinchell went to McQuady last sek Subscribe for the News this week tiiput it off kiI A Scott postmaster of Big ring is dead Shoes that give comfort and satis Lion at Sipplesj m G Wine is the guest of his daugh MissJva Wine Hiss Florence Woods is convalescent r serious illness rs Mary DeHaven is improving r a long spell of Hines iss Lydia Lawson of Louisville is ing Mrs John Lawson rs Viola Jackson who has been r several days is improving liss Maude Jolly of Sample spent I day with Miss Alma Perkins ust receiyed a nice line of Hamil j Browns good shoes at Sipples Ir and Mrs Fort and son Clifton e returned home from Louisville Irs Joe Tom Mattingly who was tically ill last week is improving avid Murray Jr of Evansville was 5 guest of Miss Eva Plank Sunday mss Lillian Adkins of Sample was fe guest of Miss Lessie Newton Sun yMr Proctor of Leitchfield has been e guest of Mr and Mrs Harry New TJliss Elizabeth Skillman has returned ijn Morganfield to finish the school l1 ore tobert Rice Pierce of New Orleans jnt Sunday with his parents Mr and s Robert Pierce Morrison Calhoon dentists office Wnatalra 25 Fourth street both ones Owensboro Ky rhejthree little daughters of Mr ands Graham Jolly have fully recover from whooping cough ost several days ago a mans black c Muller Finder return to News ice and receive reward Mr C T McClanahan and children urned to Henderson Thursday after isit to Mrs Chas Kiel tfiss Reba Lewis of Fordsville is + Vected next month to be the guest Mr and Mrs A R Fisher F Dutschke and H A Dutschke Duncan Okla are visiting their her Julius Dutschke at Holt Ir and Mrs Percie Blaine and baby Stephensport spent Sunduy and nday with Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Vrthun Beard of Hardinsburg went Adair last week and bought ten fine leseThey averaged 180 per head Irs Wilbur Gregory and baby incis Lee have returned to Louis elafter a visit to Mrs Thos Bohler ovlWillson appointed Garrett S tits K member of the Board of Con 11 Judge Moorman of this county s an applicant ire H VDuncan has returned from Isit to Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan of uisville and Mr and Mrs David scan of Brandenburg Cty Graves will preach at the Pres- srun church Sunday All mem aare urged to attend on account of important business matter out Shackelton has decided upon ether antarctic expedition He is chjBerlin and has gotten nearer the Jb Pole than any explorer Cns George Short of Durant Okla I penfUngthc winter in Floridav Mrs iffI brother Mr Joe Cottrell re tJydied at his southern homet t week a little girl arrived in each joHowing homes Mr and Mrs rVw Bruner Mr and Mrs Chas Bolds ilr and Mrs Jas Pool 1t News WAS complimented with an ijketlvB Calendar of Bowmars Tours lwkMltt Bpwrnar will conduct a cky party to the Mardi Gras in aryl Iwzella Osborne daughter of p Qsbore of Louisville died pt Saturday The Osborne ve ben na foreign trip fort t onthb is n f dtI r R KKPORT OH THSJ CON1UT10S iffltF Breckinridge Bank Doing business in tbd town of Clover port County of Brecit ridge State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 28th day of December 19U- 1RESOURSES Loans and Discount with one or more endorsers as 77Realgages 8412 99 Call Loaru on Col lateral 258 73 Time Loans on Collateral 5J332 48 U S Bonds 000 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 52102 54 Due from National Banks 25737 41 Due from State Banks and Bank ers 3240 Due from Trust Companies 0 00 25769 84 United States and National Bank Notes 5085 00 Specie 11035 69 Checks and other cash items 000 17620 69 Exchange for Clearing House 0 00 Overdrafts secur ed 1065 32 Overdrafts unsecured = 98 30 1163 62 TaxesCurrent Expenses 1549 15 Paid Real Estate Banking House 3724 71 Other Real Es tate 000 Furniture and Fix tures X289 2 Other Assets not in cluded under any of above heads 800 20 Total 231454 1os LIABILITIES paidin 45100 00 Surplus Funds 6382 3 Undivided Profits 3147 61 Fund to pay Taxes 117 02 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 50045 91 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 00 Demand certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 117062 07 Saving Deposits Jon which interest is paid 0 00 170707 9E Celtified Checks 0 0OE Due National IfJfBanksDue State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Com panics 0 00 Cashiers Checks- outstanding 0 Q Notes and Bills re- discounted 0 O Unpaid Dividends 0 O Taxes due and unpaid 00C Bills payable 0 Amou t of un claimed deposits on hand Q 0 Other Liabilities not included un der any of the above heads 0 or Total 23145J 98 STATE OF KENTUCKY SctCounty I A B Skillman Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A B Skillman Cashier Correct Attest Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of January 1910 My Commission expires January 11th 1U10 Marion Weatherholt Notary Public B C- WH Bowmer O T Skillman A R FisherDirectors Mrs Chas Crary and children Vir ginia and James returned to Middle port Ohio this week They were ac companied home by her brother Law rence A Murray I Judge W S Chelf continues to be ill and C J Woodill of Madisonville was named special Judge by Gov Willson to hold Grayson Circuit Court says The Elizabethtown News Livery Feed and Hitch Stable Corn Hay Straw and all kinds of Mill Feed for sale at reasonable prices Feed delivered to any part of the city Give me a call S I Popham Chinese Nerve The most common form of putting a than to death In China Is taking off tho bead by tho sword and the ex traordlnary nerve of the Chinese Is sbown In this way inure than any other I have seen two men beheaded one placed before the other It took three strokes of the sword to kill the first and while the operation was go Ing on the second knelt down with his neck outstretched waiting his turn Thinking that the process was slow he turned to the executioner and asked if he were going to bo much longer with the first Then when the executioner came to him ho stretched bis neck and wafted for the blow which completely severed his head from hits body iP0 t CI 1 7 REPORT OP THE CONDITION Off TilE E Nr Shelman CotDank Doing business In the town of Irvlnyton County of Brcoklnridyc State of Kcntuclat the close of buss ness on the 28th day of December 1009 RECOURSES Loans and Discounts with one or more endoners as surety 12215 25 Real Estate Mortgages 27450 19 Call Loans on Collat eral 0 00 Time Loans on Collateral 24002 18 U S Bonds U 00 Other Stock Bonds Etc 000 Due from National Banks 11303 GO Duo from State Banks and Bankers U 00 Due from Trust Com panics 0 00 United States and National Junk Notes 2700 00 Specie 774 74 Checks and other cash items 0 00 3474 74 Exchange for Clear ing House 0 00 Overdrafts secured U 00 Overdrafts unsecured 27 44 Taxes U 00 Current Expenses Paid 45 02 Real EstateBank ing House 1016 24 Other Real Estate 0 01 Furniture and Fix tures 50813 Other Assets not in eluded under any of above heads U 00 0Total 80102 8S LABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 Surplus funds JOOOOQ Undivided Profits 727 0 Fund to pay Taxes w008 J1- Deposits subject to 4check on which in terest is not paid 4389 65 Deposits subject to check on which in terest is paid 0 00 Demand certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 7403 li0 Saving Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Certified Checks 0 JDue National Banks 340 1tJi Due State Banks and Bankers 0 OC Due Trust Companies 0 OC Cashiers Checks tint I standing 55 3 Notes and Bills re discounted 0 O Unpaid Dividends 0 U Taxes due and unpaid 0 0 Bills payable 0 O 0 Amount of unclaimed deposits on hands 0 O 0 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads 674 51 0Total 8 80102 8 STATE OF KENTUCKY SctCountyI 13 H Shelman President of th above named Bank do solemnly swea that the above statement is true to the 0best of my knowledge and belief 15 H Shelman President Correct Attest Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January 1910 61II CornwallNotary L E Henderson E H Shelman R S BandyDirectors That Rubber Plant Kubbor plants wlilch liner boon kept out of doors In summer are npt to become infested vllh worms wlilc1 work in the soil While the plant mnj not die its irowth IsI Impaired A lover of house planjs states that before tnklng In her rubber plums she saturates tthe soil with n wealI solution of common mustard This brings the worms tn the surfiipo where tthey iliny be destroyed A teaspoonful of olive 011 sprinkled about the roots of a rubber plant once a month will Increase Its growth Ami a milk bath forI leaves and stems will icop tho plant dark anti shining A Package of Medicine Free Every subscriber to thl1 paper who will write to the address billow will receive free of expense a package con taming small boxes of all the follow ing well known medicines Lanes TOE kldl1eyltLanescolds and grips and Shermans Headache Remedy Address Orator P Woodward Le Roy N Y Mind Over Matter Much may be done said the acute observer by un authoritative voice Now if a man says to a dog Come here I with a note of absolute authority In Ills voice the dog comes Imme din tely Yes said the traveler Ive noticed It And It Is especially marked In oriental peoples Why when 1 was In Khallsundjhuro 1 heard a man say with that authoritative note In bis tone 0 king live forever and Immediately the king lived forever Carolyn Wells In Success Magazine Doing Right Doing Is the great thing for It reso lutely pooplo do what Is right In time they come lo like dulnp lt lluskln 1 i tI I 0 n 1 r I REPORT OP TIlE CONDITION OP TilE First State Bank Doing business at the town of Irving ton State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 28h day of December 1909 HESOUKSES Loans and Discounts with wtoe or more suretyReal 46783 61 ges 4950 00 Cull Loans on Col lateral Time Loans on Cal lateral 10811 03 U S Bonds Other Stocks Bonds Etc Due from National Banks 5891 11 Due from State junks and Bankets Due from Trust CompaniesUnited and National Bank Notes 4120 00 Specie 1967 40 Checks and other 15 00 J500Exchange ing House 0 00 Overdrafts secured 474 55 Overdrafts unsecured 70028 70628 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 0 00 Real Estate Bank lug House 4000 00 Other Real Estate 0 00 furniture and Fix tues 1450 00 Other Assets not in eluded under any of above heads 000 Total 85415 07 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid 00ISurplus Profits 2000 00 50Jto pay Taxes 0 00 Deposits subject to 1 checkon which in J 41Depositscheckon which in terest is paid 0 00 Deiuuud certificates of Deposits on J wuich interest is 00ITime Certificates of I Deposits on which interest is paid 10737 10 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid 0100 Certified Checks 0 00 Due National Banks 0 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Companies 0 00 Cashiers Checks out standing 0 00 Notes and Bills re discounted 500000 Uupxid Divi tends 0 00 Taxes due and unpaid 0 00 Bills payable 0 00 Amount of uuclallllIed deposits on hand 0 00 Other Liabilities not included under any I of the above heads 0 00 9Total 85115 07 STATE OF KENTUCkY Unf County of Breckiuridge ffbct I II H II Kemper Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the bestof my knowledge and belief H H Kemper Cashier Correct Attest Suqscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January 1910 My Commission expires March 10 Iglfl T N McGlothJnnjNotary I lIcII WItUPII Directors UKlOKT= OF TilE CONDITION OK TUB Bank of Glendeane doing bueinesp at the town ofGlendoane County of Breckinridge State of Kentucky at the close of busi ness on the 28th day of Dee ember 190- 1RESOURSES Loans and Dis counts with one or more endors 23813 12 suretyReal Mor tgages 845 50 Call Loans on Col lateral 1000 00 Time Loans on Collateral f 0 00 U S Bonds 000 Other Stocks Bonds Etc A 00 Due from National Banks 14081 20 Due from State Banks and Bankers i 1000 00 Due from Trust Companies 000 United States and ss +k National Bank 1 F Notes 26ioo Specie 77643 Checks and other cash items- Exchange 187 22 for Clearing House 0230 05 Overdrafts secur ed 1200 00 Overdrafts unse cured 1426 03 2020 03 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 503 94 Real Estate Banking House tr 8700 00 Other Real Estate 0 00 Furniture and Fix tures 1334 35 Other Assets not included under any of above j L 1ii n 0 G + rt I Qo II QonJII o0oJill Qonop- dd You Maybe in Need of a Pair nn- QQ Rubber Boots or San dals Overgaiters Leg gins Arctics Alaskas Foot Holds Gloves oro 0 Heavy Shoes For this kind of weather 0Ifso come to usQOutQQ oLet us Fit You d rm J C NOLTE BRO rtI CLOVERPORT KY GG- r1rr=I 101111 i n IfnlI It heads 0 00 Total 153034 70 LIABILITIES apital Stock paid in in cash 15000 01 Surplus Funds 850 00 Undivided Profits 507 35 Fund to pay Tax es 0 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 119957 44 deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 1 UO Demand Certifica tes of Deposits on which inter est is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 17200 00 3217 44 Depositson est is paid- Certified 0 04 Checks 0 00 Due National BankS 1 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 0 UD Due Trust Com patties 0 00 Cashiers Checks- outstanding 0 JO Notes and Bills re- discounted 0 00 Unpaid Dividends U 00 Tuxes due and unpaid 0 00 Bills payable 0 00 Amount of unc laimed deposits on hand 0 00 Other Liabilities not included un der any of the above heads = 0 00 Total 50j4 70 STATE KENTUCKY I SctCountyI A E Smith Cushier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the bove statement is true to the best of my knowlege ana belief A E Smith Cashier Correct Atttst Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January 1110 My1 Commission expires March 10 910 W C Moorman t Notary Public 1D C Moorman F F Dean A E Smith Dir- ectorsBabbages Prices this week for CASH ONLY Old PostOffice Building 3 Cans Standard Tomatoes 2c 3 Cans Standard Sugar Corn 21c 3 Cans Standard Pumpkin 2lc 4 Cans Early June Peas 30c 7 Bars Red Wrapper Soap 25c 1 Pound Pure Cream Cheese 20c 2 Dozen Large Sweet Pickles 15c 1 Extra Heavy Broom 30c 41 Pairs Aens Heavy Hose 30c 2 Pounds Extra Fine Coffee 25c 5 Pounds Good Lard 60c- II Gallon Can Sorghum Molasses 45c- III Quart Cranberries lOc I Box 1000 Parlor Matches 05c Irish Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Cab bage Onions Beans Fresh Pork BRING THIS AD WITH YOU If you want the best flour buy the lewisport BEST patent flour i r i I f r t t Jhto I + + m Wm1 + + ourIntorestAdilr08slIIE afreshFOR SArEA pair hoc ball alloys Ui good Imrln1I0rSALEA good business situated u- Clovurport centrally located and puylnp 1alinbhuguFOR SALK One saw mill and Itfliurso pow Huber Traction Engine In llrhtclass condition Ono gristmill Call on or write me atatuphunsport Thus W Smith h XIANTEDCnrpentor n good locution Is open In a thriving town for u contractor carpenter who Is married sober and knows his business ior further Information ad dross X Y I care News FOR SALEIIllut on Main Street in Irving size 88x120 feet for further Informa tion address C11 llawes Weldon Ky IFariscnntninlinr UWacres lays 13 acres timber Tenant house and good burn tine everlast IIIR springs One laud 244 miles from Glen jdmuieon public road For full particulars address we Moorman Dtondeuno ICy Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government Pays Railway flail Clerks 800 to 1200 and Other Employees up to 250l Annually Uncle Sam will hold spring examlna icons throughout the country for Rail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over lb in city or country can get Instruc tion and free information by writing nt once to the Bureau of Instruction 268 G Hamlin Building Rochester N Y r + srsv00r tars b+ d1 I IANEW IINEtt FOUNTAIN PENS T PRICES TO SUIT IIA Severs Drug Co I HCNDERSON ROUTE NOT S Until further notice NO 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N tratalNo 71 which is duo at Henderson 635 P ni Last Chance Beard Bros advertisement of thoroughbred stock appears for its last time this week Parties who wish to purchase any of this stock had better be quick Get on the ground now andMbuy some of the best stock ever + brought to the county This stock all goes at greatly reduced prices o 1 Daily CourierJournal three months and Breck enridge News one year J for 175 k J I a r 11nl n- r FAMOUS SLEUTH PIfjI Stories of Lieutenant Sheridan Who Win Guard Banks LONG A TERROR TO CROOKS Well Known Detective Formerly of the New York Police Department Is Noted For His Amazing Ability to Photograph Features on Memory bwong to an affection of the eyes which interferes with his proper vl1 alon Lieutenant William Patrick lIen ry Sheridan who is known to the lawbreaking fraternity of two continents lib the man with the camera eye recently retired from the detective de Jfcartment of the New York city police force to enter Into partnership with William J Bursts former secret sere ice man who Is official guard of the I4QO batiks In the American Bankers association a trust formerly held by the Pinkerton agency The remarkable memory for faces that characterizes Lieutenant Sheri dans career made him celebrated In police circles the world over Ills eye was unerring and once the features of n criminals face were beheld by him they were photographed In his mind and ho never made a mistake In Identi fication In this regard he was one of the most valued members of the city detective force and as the man with the camera eye he was n terror to evildoers of every nation Feared by Criminals Lieutenant Sheridan got his start under Inspector Thomas Byrnes In 18S7 a year utter his appointment to the force lie was sent after the assistant cashier who had robbed the National Park bank of 105000 und after a search of six months found his quarry In u hole in the Canadian hills known ns Standstead lie was Instrumental in bringing hundreds of robbers safe- crackers said other criminals to Jus tice lie especially was valuable In his Identification of criminals every mark that served to identify them ber lag photographed In his memory It Is doubtful if there Is another matt In the United States who inspired more fear than did Sheridan In the hearts of criminals with records No mint In the history of the New York police department has been so quick to see through a disguise and to identify prisoners with pictures that had 1 been taken live ten gaud even twenty years before Many a city as far west even as San Francisco fame to learn that the ap pearance of Sheridan In a crowd was the surest means of ridding the city of a band of Itinerant wools Shun inn was the null to whom the New York police department turned when all others failed to Identity a prisoner If Sheridan panned a prisoner it was taken for granted that his picture was not among the 00 IOO or more In the rogues gallery Conviction of a Bank Sneak A ease where Sheridan made good with his camera eye in that of a hunk sneak who was arrested In Brooklyn In UJoa and who gave the name of William Murphy Murphys picture was token In Brooklyn and sent over to Mulberry street for identification Why said Sheridan thats Hob Suffrage served live years In Liver pool eight years in Brussels and two years In Sing Slug1 lIe was arrested twentyone years ago by Tom Mulvey on Jteynolds stair Inspector Titus sent Tom Mulvey user to the Itaymoml street Jail In Brooklyn to Identify the prisoner Mulvey took a look at him and reported that he never had arrested him never had seen him Sheridan himself nad never seen Bob Suffrage ill that he lull In mind were the pictures that had passed through his bauds two or three out of a total of 200000 in the gallery Sheridan still Insisted that the Brooklyn sneakI thief was tha no torious Bob- Finally the prisoner was arraigned before Judge Asplnall and pleaded guilty The Judge said to him Now I am going to ask you some questions and if you tell the truth Ill take that Into consideration In Hcntenc Iiuj you Is your name flub Suffrage Yes said thet prisoner nUll then he went on to tell the terms he land serv ed just as Sheridan had done from memory several weeks before How He Identified Precious Pair Sheridans friends love to tell how lie Identified Molt Haven Itcd and Frank Cold They had been taken lu by chance on the flowery in New York and when tho precious pair were stood up the next day no one knew them HO they went on to Sheridan Flints Mott Haven Bed alias Joe Fay said Sheridan Instantly I oaw his picture ten yeaip ago lIe got nine years and eight months In Daunotnora for blowing up u safe of the Standard OH company In Syracuse The prisoner stoutly denied his ides tity whereupon Sheridan said to a de tectivePull up his sleeve and youll find W I U tattooed on his right fore arm The letters were there Now look on his right hand and see I If the cord on tho little huger hits not been shortened said Sheridan and it was That was too much for Mott Haven Red nnd he confessed his iden City That Is but one instance In many which the detectives recall In Illustrating Sheridans wonderful faculty Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness Its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles clastic and pliantHeres the Proof Mr G T Roberts of Kesaca Ga UFD No i Box 43iwrltcsII have used your Liniment on a horse for swee ney and effected a thorough cure I al so removed spavin on a mule Thlt spavin was as large as a guinea egg In my estimation the best remedy fomacress and soreness U- Sloans LinimentMr HMGlbbsof Lawrence Kans RFD No 3 writesYour IInl ment Is the best that I have ever used I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one soc bottle of Sloans Liniment entirely cured her I keep It around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock Sloans Liniment will kill a spavin curb or splint re duce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price 60o and 100 81onn hook on hone cattle lirpmill poultry entree A ldre Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U 8 A PASSING THE TRAY A New Custom In Fashionable Restaurants Our of the most attractive features of modern hole and restaurant service Is what Is known as Ithe passing the tray This Is now quite a ofII ter of course nt many fashionable talillsliiniTils whether the time be the luncheon the 1 ten or Ithe dinner hour On this tray is arranged an artistic assortment of morsels of pastry each one min Its own small dolly of laee paper or line linen IItie effect bring often extremely deconillve When this tray Is not In actual use It Is usually placed In some conspicuous spot where Its contents may be examined as ono en torn or lenses IHie dining room Such MiHpo MOD Is well wiirih while and Is considered unite Ithe proper thing Ex amination suggests lo the housewife many an Idea for lien own table or for Thanksgiving week when entertain Thrills of nil sorts ire in order The foundation of these pretty little nothlncs Is Hu resnlallon puff paste or French pastry1 The very name strikes terror Ito Ithe heart of Ithe average honwkeeper win looks wit h helpless Inn ine att HieI laky III He shells hold ing delednlile mixtures of fresh or pre served fruit or of some perfectly pre pared tlllliii of cnii m Sin Inwardly decides tint these things are among the domestic IImpossibilities But tin tray of pastry nt some fashionable ho tel has lieenall tthe Incentive necessary inldertnjethet pretty thingsI for her own home table Delineator Subscribe Right Now Sleepless Nights byfrequentby a mere tickling in the throat that sleepKompsany medicine will and will relieve the Irritation In the throat For all iempsBalsamSOc a bottle Slave to Servants- II am very tired sold the fashion ably dressed woman I have been working dreadfully hard all day Do big whniV Why seeing to my serv antsworking for thornI Didnt you know that the snit servants ion have IIlie harder you must work Certainly I have lo do all the shopping for my servants 1 have to buy their uni forms Ithe raps and aprons of tic maids and the clothing of the housekeeper I I have to see to the market big too Yes nndi very often In spite of the fact IMint I have n housekeeper I nulytt or they will form a combine to rub me of everything I have Tho housekeeper will get a rakeoff that will enable her to retire In n few years Then perhaps It Is I who must hunt a place Ithen as housekeeper for someone elseI Oh yes If yon watt to keep your position as mistress of n house hold of men ants you must peep hus- tlIng You cant afford to let the grass grow under your feet to any great ex tent Subscribef J 01jj III ATHLETIC TRAINING To Acquire on Excess of Muscle My Prove Injurious Nothing could be more elusive than the Idea that Uy a period of athletic training a tiiiiii can lay in a stock ol health und strength upon which hecat diiuv later while engaged In n scion fury occupation The truth Is thnt the big muscles and hypertrophled heart of the athlete are perilous possessions for the man who no longer uas the time or the Inclination for using them When he stops the exercises by which ht gained them instead of simply re turning to their original size they suf fer one or anther of the many forms of degeneration sold become Incapable of performing their original services It Is not quite true that all exercise for Its own sake Is harmless for It Is well to be prepared for the meeting of lifes little emergencies as well as Its ordinary and daily demands but it probably Is true that the emergencies apart every man docs enough In going about his customary business and pleasure to keep himself in the condi tion which that business nnd pleasure demand and that anything besides is superfluous or Injurious That athletics take one into the open air Is less n commendation of athletics than nn indictment of our houses offices and stores for lack of adequate ventilation If all the all we breathe was pure air we could get along well enough with out any open nil nt all Any man who inns the muscle ho needs for doing the things he wants to do and should do has all the muscle he ought to have To acquire more Is it silly waste of time nnd perilous besides New York Times FEET OF SEA BEASTS Their Appearance When the Skin Is Stripped Off Of all the feet that I hare looked at I know only one more utterly rldlcu tons than the twisted flipper on which the sea lion props his great bulk In front anti that Is the forked lly flap which extends from the hinder part of the sumac How can It be worth any beasts while to carry such an absurd apparatus with It Just for the sake of getting out luto the air sometimes uUIlii pushing oneself about on the Ice and being enter by polar bears The por poise has discarded one pair turned the other Into decent tins and recovered a grace and power of notion In water which is not equaled by the greyhound oi lund Why have the seals hung back I believe I know the secret It Is the baby No one knows where the porpoise and the whale cradle their newborn Infants It Is so difficult to pry Into the domestic ways of these sea people but evidently the seals cannot manage It so they are forced I to return to the land when the cares of maternity ore on them I have nilled tit feet of these sea boasts ridiculous Milnps and so they are ns we see them But strip oft tlio skin and lo there appears a plain foot with KH five dhrlts aoh of several I Joints upped with clnws nowise essentially different In hort from that with which the load or froc flrst sot out in a past too distant for our Infirm Imagination Admiration Itself IIs paralyzed by n contrivance so sim ple so transmntablo and to sufficient for every need tint tine and change could bring Strand MagazineI A Willing Scot Dean Hatnsay hits a story of that border hostility between English and Scots which used to go to halter lengths A Scottish drover was re turning from the south In particularly burl humor with the English having done pour business when he suits in Carlisle a notice offering a reward of EO to any one who would volunteer for time unpopular task of hanging a omlemned criminal Seeing his chance to make up fur his bud market and comforting himself with the thought that he was unknown there he did the Job and got his tee As lie was leaving he was taunted as a beggarly Scot doing for money what no Eng lishman would But ho answered with II cheerful grin Ill hang ye a at the price Ways to an Untimely End The catalogue of the ways and menus employed by otherwise sensible people to Incur the risk of disease and an untimely end Include running to catch trolley cars breathing rapidly through the mouth Instead of deeply through tot nose eating too hastily and overeating slouching Instead of standing slid walking in an erect attitude using unnecessary stimulants falling to eater nlnatft the pestilential housefly which goes blithely about carrying the term of disease sleeping In ill ventilated rooms and falling to protect food from lies anti other insects by proper screening Philadelphia Press Hard Luck Bob Footllte actor Failure I should think It was The whole play was ruined She Gracious How was that Bob Footllte Why at the end nf the last act a steam pipe burst and hissed me off the stage The Telegraph The first royal speech transmitted by telegraph was that delivered by the late Queen Victoria when she opened parliament on Nov 15 1837 The speed of transmission was fiftyfive words a minute A Useless Effort VlsltorII suppose you men In public life weigh your words Senator Whats the use Somo newspaper fel low Is sure lo come along Jind monkey with tho scahesJudge- Ixhnnstlvrobser uqisan element ot every great achievement Rnonser naI Ie Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows ofDr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and fiudoutifyouhavckidney writingmention ton Madder bc cause of its remark able health restoring properties Root fulfills almost every wish in overcoming rheumatism pain in the back kid treys liver bladder and every part of the It corrects usability to hold water and scnldin pain iin passingit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant iccessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during tine night SwampRoot iS+ pot recommended for everything but if you have liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the you need It has been thoroughly tested in practice and has so successful that a arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not tried it may havc a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book more about Swanlp Root and how to When reading this generous offer in this paper and remedy Swamp urinary passage kidney remedy private proved special already telling sDr Kilmer Co110m eitmunpnaot Dinghnmton N Y The regular fiftycent mud onedollar size bottles are sold by nil druggists Dont make any nn take SwampRootDr dress Binghamton VOl1 every bottle ON CANADIAN FARMS Where Women Do All the Rough Work of Dairying If there Iis tummy branch of farm work more than another to which women can apply themselves with beneficial effect and without detriment to their natural qualities It Is to dairying From very early times the dairy has been looked upon as belonging to the domain of womens work and though ns Is properI the rougher duties of tending anti milking the revs are gen erally In this country undertaken by men women are invariably supreme in the handling of the produce that pqsses thVough the dairy on Its way to the table From the force of cir cumstances women take nn even more prominent part In the work of the dairy In Canada thou In our own country Not only are the Indoor du ties nmosfy performed by the female members of the household but because of the scarcity of and the high wages commanded by male laborers cTilE MlfclC HKPAItATOU AT WO1IK CKKAJ1 COMES 1IIOJI TUB rillfc they also apply themselves to the more arduous operations that belong to the category of out of door work The Illustration conveys some Idea of the active part which women take In the dairy work of Canada tumid the remarkable development of dairying and especially cheesemaklng In the Dominion testifies to the efficiency of their efforts in this sphere pf usefulness and affords convincing proof of the fitness of women to engage with profit to themselves and benefit I to the nation In the general work of the dairy Heres a Wayto Save American housewives are slow to learn that the tomato paste found at Italian groceries is an economy in cooking whenever tomato sauce or flavoring Is wanted A ten cent can of paste contains tinny times its bulk In the whole vegetable since the water Is evaporated front it A family which depends upon the paste for everything that calls for tomatoes excepting the real vegetable flavoring cooks maca rent la this wily The macaroni Is lirat boiled tender In salted water Then It Is put Into the upper part of a double boiler with a cupful or so of boiling water a teaspoonful of tomato paste a finely minced Spanish sweet pepper and a little curry powder nnd cooked nearly half an hour Parmesan cheese In n separate dish IIs served with it Another way is to make a tomato sauce In the usual way and add to It minced green or Spanish red peppers and turn It over the macaroni Sea Foam Candy Put three cups of light brown sugar a cup of water and a tablespoonful of vinegar lulu n saucepan neat gradually to the boiling point stirring only until the sugar Is dissolved Then boll Without stirring until the mixture forums n hard bull when tested in cold waterRemove from the lire and when it stops bubbling pour the mixture into the stlflly beaten whites of two eggs beating constantly Beat until it he quits stir then add a cup of II001e8 nut meats Drop from a on buttered tins jriJF C i c itiC t IU C4tmt C Tf BY NMHASiHS QCIwII I Pa OHE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 Tho regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five clays after seeing it and telling us where they saw it wag bo utle t liiitn nt t f eservedat tlin low rate of 25 Books and stationery aye included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use H i dJAA IRIINOIIALANO l WllW BUSINESS COLLEGEI m N mn AT K n Second and Vnlxut foct OOJSVILLE KY vmlm n fIfI d iLL 1 Itt ra m9 tfB fi11IE I LOW ONE WAYfI COLINIST RATESnTO California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tmi tans Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Albertay ri Saskatchen and a few points in Texas nl fiBFortickets on salefIISept 15 to Oct 151909AI 1 rmJBYTH- ESOUTHERN I RAILWAYInq- uireIri of any Southern Railway agent or write me for completeof informationes ifJ C BEAM JrfA G P Aft i ST LOUIS MO r eJJmmJ JJIBBJ tlI Do It Now Subscribe elm t11h z III I RURAL TELEPHONES I WII11t k Mr harmer are you interested 1 If so call on theii k k kCompanyj of the Cumberland Telephone TolorraphiI i k and have him explain the special Faretj inors Line rate1 Ii CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated me- Ir I l 11 d1 h+ n siVs6Br snA den n r I Kentucky School Teachers tlr I and Normal Training1h t Present and prospective teachers of Breckonridge and ad a joining counties are invited to consider the new Normal Ier par taicnt ofitKings College Special uptodate normal training is offered hero under par ticular favorable environments of Normalstudents have advantages of good musical instruct tions hood Literary Societies and the inspiration and stimilus of advanced college associations and in addition will be alll lowed one or more studies in the collegiate1 department free rlrl- of charge h Our second term begins January 11 1910 Much of thisisterm will bo devoted to the preparation of teachers for practi cal work in the common schools The principal of this department shells to find out wherein ti each pupil is deficient then to supply the needed help Persons who do well the normal work at Kingswood silly 1 expect to puss in the county and state examinations and to succeed in the profession of teaching We do no cramming hero but good honest and thoro work Tuition in this department SflO twenty dollars per term J W HUGHES President c VfIA I If J r tt We DO ALL KINDS OF Job W0f 3j u I l 1t r frovQ V 2 t Protect Your Property from Fire by a Policy of Insurance in the JEFFERSON I I FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY f Capital Over One Million of Dollars Established in 1855 I Rsxrvks With The Best Concp nies inThe United States Farm Property Carried V G Bibbige Agent Imm v XMBMMM MMi KSM isEaa i ui5iaffis trasisufi2 5 T tJ ARTISTIC DENI fortable Way to Furnish Liv ng Room For the Winter A DIVAN LIKE COUCH f y Sash Curtains of Cheesecloth CharmingEvery Article of niture Should Convey Idea of ifulness as Well as Comfort A III Ired and green are the two col f jiost appropriate for a den and if annot afford to have leather fur u in these shades upholstered a in oriental effects would be an lent choice Every article of tur- In s the room should convey the 1 of usefulness as well as comfort for that reason chairs should be prl i sofa should be piled with cush f ntid there Hhwild be one or more 3 stUjstaiillil In appearance and mil p4ty of vn r fur untuklng ma t S linoU wirk or finr vlmtpver one nr Ito pin I fill i lirin till wnlllOr sivh t donI a wall of soft 1ill ml vcud IIP wilt Purtij i 111l I r Mcnliliv This t osprn 1vi III iiMvitrx paper Imspluiin cjirr v doV Med be HuMitll iIluT ii n oak lihopany he floor I tiil L I vnlnlgn tot i I ilfihod with 11 r rarrith h- be1 rItarvl I1tIII1 Inlll nui like the rjirMil iilfiliiilrs siiini lloll wash 1111 nil jut II Tuw ilmlrnlily suited fur u ten ter lll I room und are niiile In many h Oiihbut they have the unfortunate 1cteristlc of showing dustl never Is chosen should be entire iln Figures on the floor of a e not appropriate except In rugs Y r Is taken for granted that rugs e used lie windows In a den are near a n large oblong or round table 1 be placed near them and books Ines a lamp or drop light a r ng tray and the numberless lit tides which are constantly re I i In such a room should be placed Near tho table where they can awn close If wished should be r more large chairs as well as two little ones that can be ens rledto the light uclQt the divan type Is always in a corner for the wall against i inil ry a design be stretched and attached tAcks at a sufficient height withII rortloa to the width of the mpoeslblc to tell just what this ond saying that the top edge tlie about four feet from the our r thedlvan ere is space In the room at least i h h small tables should bo put in ISTnloretlf of course ore par l I ly well adapted to this use and otemo wood that appears in the finish or inlaid with motberof S ifl one can afford 1 lie walls many or few pictures j placed according to the Indl in taste of the occupant but noth it Is suggestive of lightness of y Yur i correct That is delicate O gilt frames and other dainty I would bo out of keeping be C t as they do to boudoirs andi dens A pipe rack is ornamen u When not useful Brass andI rnamcnts Jars bowls lamps wellsuited to the mantelI t Wherever bricabrac may be for such a room should lit and not longer than just windowsills Heavy cheese r iI heavyhA Wide hem across the bot o fcen i tlie best finish It bung on rtra rlngsandputton light da they may be drawn during ine and will be artlatlc u yell J INCREASED COST OF LIVING Secretary Wilson Making Extended In quiry Through Field Employees Secretary of Agriculture Wilson who helped the country to find out what Is whisky Is now directing his attention to the question Why Is the cost of living greater Mr Wilson through the hundreds of field employees of his department Is attempting to ascertain what the dif ference Is between retnll and whole sale prices for foodstuffs He desires to know It was declared why the cost of foods to the consumer is greater and whether the farmer the middleman or the retail merchant Is toI blame The Inquiry Is directed toward the Increased prices of butter eggs milk apples potatoes and other common or garden fruits and vegetables Secretary Wilson began this Inquiry because he did not believe that the farmers of the country were recclvlii higher prices than they should get for their products as had been said by many so called authorities who wished to explain the higher cost of living It was asserted that he believes the mid dlemen are responsible for the higher pricesRecently Mr Wilson made an Inves tigation Into the reported higher cost of meat He found according to his annual report that the mean gross profits In selling pleats to the ultimate consumer were 88 per cent and that In some cities this percentage was as high as 08 This meant the report said that the cost to consumers was 38 to 08 per cent above the price the retailer paid to the wholesale mOl chantThe same sources of information which were rolled on to gather the data on meat were directed to the In vestigation Into the prices of other foodstuffs This Investigation the secretary regarded us most Important and It was pointed out that he expect ed to find whether there lafl combina tion to raise retail prices or the distri bution of foodstuffs Is done In a way that Is too expensive It was said that congressional Action may be necessary later RagingA Wild Blizzard brings danger suffering often death to thousands who take colds coughs and liigrippe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals ale stuffed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of head anda throatgripping cough When Grip attacks ns yon value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after beingliald up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whoop ing Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supreme f50c 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Plan to Aid Mine Workers With the assistance of mine opera tors the Yrting Mens Chrlstlnn asso ciation In eastern Pennsylvania has begun a campaign to establish mining Institutes throughout the anthracite region Bases of operation are being established at several points One of the principal objects of this movement Is to afford opportunities to the foreigners in largo numbers who for tboI most part are untrained in mining mud Ignorant of the English language C L Fay the organizations mining work secretary says that meetings held at Carbondale Scranton Wllkesbarro and I other cities and towns have been un I usually successful In the southern I district the Philadelphia and Heading company runs special trains for employees I to attend the meetings I CASTQRIAI for Infants and Children I The Wi You Have Always Bought Bears theISignature of l n i f- j 1Y h WIJOUGIAS3- e3gi 4 TOES BDYS5JiDE THE LARGEST MAKER rD RETCLE OF MEIfS FINE SHOES IN IKE1 WORL 1 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKEG- II have worn W L Douglas shoes fur th past six year and always find they are fr superior tonic ether hlch grade shots Inatyle comfort and durability W O JONES Mfi HowArd Ave Utica N V If I could take you into my large factories at Brockton Mass and show yoi how carefully W L Douglas shoes arc made you would realize why they holo their shape fit better wear longer ant are of greater vaiue than any other mak- e1ttPIUY yl11n ntdprlrSIt tetIKt u i 1nuICy d vo i tVli lIH rlwrite f IL d lllnnhis IMas Y r J C Nolte Bro WUS GIFT TO EDISON Inventors Phonograph Records Chinese Diplomats Estimate of the Wizard Thomas A Edison the inventor had a distinguished visitor the other day In the person of Vu Ting Fang the former Chinese minister to the United States who left with him ns n Christmas present what tthe Inventor will prize among his choice possessions n record of his own voice on the private phonograph of Mr Edison The record of which Mr Edison says he does not think any manifolds Will ever be made will not only pre serve the voice of the great oriental but will keep for the heirs of Ejlison the truth of what he thinks or the wizard This Is what Vu said Mr Edison hits just shown me a great many wonderful things Ho Is a great man I have heard about him for many yours and have always want ed to meet luau He has also heard of me he says and I think we are both glad that we stet He is a remarkable inventor typifying this twentieth cen tury the age of great things Mr Edl son Is still n young man and will do yet more wonderful things Cures babys crup Willies dally cuts and bruises manias sore throat grandmas lamenessDr Thomas Electric Oilthe greatest household remedy GYROSCOPE CARS FUTURE Richard Scherl Thinks Monorail Will Soon Rival Standard Gauge Roads Richard Scherl son of August Scherl proprietor of the Lokal Anzleger of Berlin who arrived at New York recently to Interest capital and tho pub tic in the Scherl monorail gyroscope car believes It is only a question of time before the monorail train will be competing with standard gauge trains everywhere The car which he will iiso in his demonstrations in the Unit ed States Is capable of carrying ten persons and In It is fitted a gyroscope which driven by a motor makes 8000 revolutions a minute Tho sudden stopping of the gyros opo and the con sequent overturning of the car ho de Glared is an impossibility for the gyroscope Is driven at such a high rate of speed that It would revolve for hours after tho thriving power had ceased and thus keep the car upright The claim that Mr Scherl makes for his gyroscope car is that passengers can travel in greater safety comfort and at a much greater speed than on railroads qf the present day from a themonon11the construction work can be flute atIlow figure Y t jJ r KINDERGARTEN BOOTS How to Make a Pretty Pairof Baby First Boots A dainty pair of babys boots ran b ninth easily and quite Inexpensive In time following way First cut out your silk lining In ex act shape of pattern shown adding little straight strip to forum back par of shoe Take your ribbons and se them along the top of mnterlnl usln your colors alternately cutting tb length of ribbon to size of materla Thou plait In and out from Ride t side see Fig 1 which will form 111 tie squares In the shades of rlbbo chosen Pale pink blue and whit look very dainty Hind round all tit edges with a wider white ribbon th blotting being useful to finish off th work and also in stitching time sole to the uppers enabling one to make very neat Join Any bootmaker will cut a pair soles out of soft white kid When th boot IIs put together finish off with n I rte Wl lUntS FIRST MOOTS edging of ribbon and n rosette or hu ton for nn ornament to the toe piece When complete the little hoots a most effective and make a pretty chri- tenlug present The game pattern can be rurrkd ou in satin with swansdowt to finish ol the top The materials required are A quadet of n yard of white Tap a nese silk eighteen yards of nnrro- satin baby rlhbon six yards of ene color pink blue and white four yard of wider ribbon for binding Th soles cost about 10 cents a pair To feel strong have n good nppetit and digestion sleep soundly and enjo life use Burdock Blood Bitters t great system tonic nnd builder Easily Explained An illiterate Polish servant gir thought to conceal her ignorance o the rudiments by always taking he prayer book with I her when she at tended services although she knew mil the prayers by heart One day nnothe girl looked over her shoulder and re marked In a surprised tone Why whats the matter Your holding your book upside down Oh thats all right answered the other quite unembarrassed I always read that way Im left handed Now York Times CHIIdron Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAHouse Names In Holland A recent traveler In that land of dikes and windmills has been at pains to make notes of the names bestowed by the Dutch merchants upon their country houses Here ure a tow examples translated Our Contentment Joy and Pence Leisure and Happi ness My Desire Ii Satisfied Friends and Quiet My Wife and I Not So Bad To say the least any ono of tbeso would seem to Indi cato more of the genuine sentiment of the householder than cuu possibly be expressed by tho Belle Vues and Cedars of England London M- ailSUBSCRIRAE wti ra tese tlesauw te es HeraldaDailyaof Central Kentucky 5 BY THE YEAR 5o By Mail When Paid in Advance to January 1911 p iee periods of less than 0 monthss n In clubs of five 5 or moro the rate of 150 is allowed but this applies to now subscriptions only No commission is of allowed to agents or others on this rate Address to n THE LEXINGTON HERALD- s Lexington Kentucky ItsY e1R11II+ sa+ rreltr U d Breckenridge News x Bargain Subscription si siOFFERt One Day OnlyJanuary 31 1910 Hundreds of our readers tuko a daily paper as wellas worldIneintho State of Kentucky than The Louisville Daily herald alwaysbeentoThe regular price of tho Daily herald is 3 a year by yymail and the regular price of our paper is 1 a year by mail he11Y a special arrangement we are able to make tho wonderful offer of 31tI 1 I News I Year 1 Totaljj Both F- or250i I II Ir If subscription is recsived at our office not later than Jan 31 1U10 Positively no subscription will bo accepted posts l1n or express money order bunk draft or currency in registered letter renewalsyearfromyouluwe2 for subscription to The Herald alone THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky This is the place to get good JOBWORK at reasonable prices t B SKILLMAN Cashier PresidontAW II BOWMEn 0 T SKILLMAN Asst CashierViccPresidontF L LIOIITFOOT THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRJECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B SIdllmunConrud Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bownior Jno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher Ir SEVEN MARRIAGES FIRST TEN DAYS Licenses Issued at County Capitol After Forty Years Service in Sunday School Mr lias well Resigns OTHER IIARDINSBURG NEWS Dave Walls is at home from Custer alter the close of his school was in Louisville a few days last week The deep snow of last week gave us an irregular passsnger and mail serI vice 1 1Peyton Claycomb of Webster was here Friday and Saturday assisting the Board of Supervisors with the tax lists Mrs Anne Hook is visiting her daughter Nora in Louisville Mrs Joel H Pile was in Louisville last week Continued inclement weather prevented I the Union prayer meeting t services last week Lee Walls has resigned as Pauper commissioner There were several applicants for the place Dr John E Kincheloc was appointed overall other scskersifor the job Mr and Mrs Harvey Wood spent last week near Garlleld the guests ofI Pleasant Wood H S Skillman of Stephensport was tho guest of friends in town last weekta Marriage licenses first seven days of i January Charlie Clark Rosie Secus If kie Charles Smith Georgie Howard C Walter Jarboe Mrs Rosa Triplett i Coleman Bridwell Adah Lockard Vilev Ilullines Bettle Bruner Silas Jarboe lKva Meador Clabe Tucker Margie Mercer Pleas Pinley Rilla E Burden E M Huffman Maggie Cash man Will McGary and family after an eJ absence of sevural years are here from 1il Los Angeles California to see his parents Mr and Mrs John S McGary Presiding Elder Lyons preaches att the M E Church South tonight the occasion being the seoond qdarterli meeting of the conference year After forty odd years service Sun day School Superintendent of the M E Sunday School John P Haswell Sr has tendered his resignation Andrew Driskell was elected Sunday to succeed him Marvin Beard is confined to his room from the effects of a knee hurt re cently received while hunting Percy M Beard has been illa few daysAn active young farmer sixteen miles away from the Madrid neighbor hood came to town on business the first day of the big snow because as he said I cant spare a good day from my work This is a sort of industry which is passing with the years Joe Moore was here a few days last week He left to take charge of the Union Star school Monday The Board of Supervisors are hard it work upon the Assessors book It will require all the time allowed bylaw for the completion of going over the lists OnJaccount of illness Lon Slasscock of McDaniels wa unable to act Ills place was filled by This irptlier Joe Glasscock of Fisher Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat setting up an Inflammation that is likely to iteati Chronic Bronchitis The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Elys ream Balm and the relief that follows ven the first application cannot be told n words Djnt suffer x day longer from the rliscomfort of Nasal Catarrh ream Balm is sold by nil druggist for fl cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Burnt Lemonade Robert Oelze went in a store the other lay and uskil fura bottle of burnt jmonadu H inmut cjcola THE BLUE WHALE A Monster Skeleton That Is Eighty seven Feet In Length What is claimed as the largest ani tual in the wprld is represented by a colossal skeleton In the museum of Chrlstchurch New Zealand says the London Globe This Is the remains of a large specimen of the blue whale stranded on the coast of that country This whale Is probably the largest of all living animals The length of the skeleton is eightyseven feet and the head alone Is twentyone feet The weight of the bones Is estimated at vile tons This gigantic whale gets Its name of blue wbale from the dark bluish gray of Its upper surface The tinge of yellow on its lower part has led to the name sulphur bottom by which it is known on the western fide of the Atlantic it Is otherwise known as Slbbalds rorqual Balenoptera sibs baldllThe chief food of this gigantic ani mal is a small marine crustacean Thysanopoda incrmls known to the whales as krll Another species of the same shrliupllke group has been obtained in thousands from the stom achs of mackerel caught on the Cdrn Ish coast The nearly related opossum shrimps found In enormous numbers In the Greenland seas form the chief food of the common whale Some of the thysanopodan an phosphorescent and contribute to the luminosity of the sea After the Show A well dressed man said to be an Englishman luus been arrested In Montmartre Paris on a charge of ten dering bad half sovereigns for dinners and entertainments which reminds us of the story about the touring company which has been doing very bad business in the smalls While the proprietor and sole responsible mana ger was standing outside the tempo rary theater the Corn Exchange a- very small boy with a very large mel on arrived and proposed to barter tie fruit for a seat in the gallery The bargain was duly concluded and the scent now changes to the interior of lthe theater II ftr the performs wo nor HII vw tin iiii igor sttci ely hit IIlHitn any rot Ill Tilsits nIl hi i tiMrmI ir Mc i 11II rIo Subscribe Right Now E0 lO t 10 iiiQ QO IIII=I0 ilQI 11 11Statement of the Condition of 0 The Bank oar Dos UKil Trust Co 0 Q Hardinsburg Ky 1909liiio Resources Notes and Bills 305974 51 Cash in Safe n 22008 07 Cash in other Banks 27670 33 I Stocks and Bonds 13107 61 00II Estate 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 Total 37- 1Liabilities 097 31 F Capital Stock paid in 50000 00 Surplus undivided profits 13602 49 t Dividend No 39 4per cent 2000 00 II 0Amount Due Depositors 305494 82 Total 371097 31 = fromyftiiQ tunes providing for ourselves every modern appliance and uptodate system to facilitate our 9- DD work Wo securityhnvo IH enterprise VVo onjoy the confidence of the people of this county and take this opportunity to J 1othank our patrons who have contributed to make tho year 1909 the best in our history o I I Very respectfully M H Beard Cashier U j II JIRIOI1QJIII 101 III O co ef tt Lr tics N u I LANDES SHEPHERDS French Peasants Who Are Experts h Walking on Stilts There is a vast district III France where the entire community goes about and transacts Its business or stilts This district Is called toe Ijindcs The lulmbltants who aro among tin poorest peasants in France gain tuoii subsistence by fishing by such little agriculture as Is possible and by keep Ing cows and sheep The shupherdt makt use of their stilts for two pur posesfirst because walking is quite Impossible m account of the sago and undergrowth of brush and second because the height of their stilts gives them a greater range of vision The stilts generally aro about six or seven feet high Near the top there Is a support for the foot which has u strong stirrup and strap and still nearer the top a band of leather tau tens tho stilt firmly to the leg just be low the knee Some stilts especially those mado for fancy walking and for tricks are oven higher than seven feet and the man who uses these and he must be an expertcan travel as fast as ten miles an hour The lower end of this kind of stilt Is capped with u sheep bone to prevent its splitting Some of these Laudes shepherds are wonderfully clever In the management of their stilts They run races step or jump over brooks clear fences antI walls and are able to keep their balance and equilibrium while stooping to the ground to pick up pebbles or to gather wild flowers They fall prone upon their faces and assume tbeJr perpendicular without an effort ami in a single moment after they have thus prostrated themselves Technical World Magazine A VICTIM OF WORRY The Man Who Is Always Expecting Some Kind of Trouble There is always a cloud on his face because he Is constantly expecting that something unfavorable is going to hap pen There is going to be u slump in business or he is going to have u loss or somebody is trying to undermine him or he is worried about his health or fears his children will be sick or go wrong or be killed in other words although he ban achieved quite a remarkable success yet he has never really had n happy day in his life All his life this man has been chasing rainbows thinking It lie could only get a little farther on a little higher up he would be happy limit he Is just as far from it as when a boy I believe this condition has all come from the habit of unhappiness which he formed durlug his hard boyhood and which ho has never been able to overcome lie has learned to look for trouble to expect It and he gets It 1 hire been his guest many a time Ho has a beautiful home a very charming wife n most delightful fam sly but there Is always the same cloud on his face the same expression of anxiety of unhappiness of forebod ing A little properly directed training in his boyhood would have changed his whole career and he would have been n happy Joyous harmonious man Ins stead of being discordant and unhappy There Is everything In starting right What is put into the first of life is put Into the wholo of life Success Magazine Self Control The self control ot the Japanese oven lu times of the utmost stress and their courtesy which begets quiet ness and discretion aro both brought out by a writer in St Pauls Maga zinc Cry It will do you good 1 said once to a poor Japanese woman who crouching beside her dying husband was controlling herself with an effort that would 1 feared make her ill She laid her little slim brown finger upon her trembling red Up and shook her head then whispered It might disturb him Cry It will do you good I said tho next day when the man was dead and sho seemed almost prostrate with grief and overcnforccd self control- It would be most rudo to make a hideous noise before the sacred dead came the soft reply Bread and Pipe Baker The lecturer at the cooking school sometimes enlivened her remarks with an anecdote The eighteenth century baker she said was a pipe cleaner as well Just as tho barber a little earlier was a surgeon Everybody in those daye smoked clay pipes provided the samo as cups or spoons 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