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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSr ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTIj t VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910 8 Pages NO 28H J DEE STSECT SKULE Ws a WinnerYoung People Score a Big Hit Friday Night In Oelze HallBoys and Girls Were Most Foolish A sixty dollar crowd got enough real pleasure and laughter at the Deestrect t fltule to lost a whole year It was tfveh for the benefit of the B Y P U feud the Catholics and Methodists joined the Baptists iu their efforts for auccess The program opened with musical selections bv Misses Lula Severs Hazel Holder and Rebecca Willis followed by a charming Mexican chorous and a pretty tableau of little girls Miss Creitchfield was congratu lated most hea tily upon her ability shown as manager and the performers completely captivated the aulience Those who took part in the play were Miss Faithful Heyser biro Samauthla Phelps Misses Jeruslm Plank Clorinda Wroe Ruth Ketchum Smith Susan Weatherdolt Sally Severs Dorcus Pate Annie Winks Willis Liz Bnbbage Rebecca Todd Embry Hezekiah Pet McCoy Baby Luther Boone David Snobs Morrison Sleepy Crowfoot Bra baudt Sammy Snooks Murray and twin brother Eddie Snooks Lewis Jeremiah Keith Bobby OLee Fallon Sim Dimpsey Denton ndd Katie Wroe Evangelist Services Rev Pat Davis the great Irish Evangelist will be at the Methodist church Wednesday evening at 030 oclockHe is for the man thats down If my people which are called by my name shall humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from jtheir wicked ways then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land II Chro nlcler714 Let us act on this promise and fol low the leadership of the God of battles Let all the children of all the churches come help Bro Davis sing Let all the people praise the Lord d G P Dillon Pastor Notice To Mothers All mothers who are members of the Methodist church are earnestly request edto send their children to Sunday school next Sunday A new method will be adopted in the primary and infant classes The teachers are anxious that all mothers will cooperate with them for the good of the little ones Appoints Deputies County Court Clerk Herbert Beard has appointed the following deputies- J J Eskridge Eveleigh S E Whitworth Garfield Joe McCrume Harned Robt Weatherford Harned M B Kincheloe Hardinsburg J B Bates McQuady Pete Bennett Buras 1 Jess Miller Sample The enormous ice gorge at Wolf morning at 1030Creek broke yesterday oclock All arrangements had been made by the War Department to blow up the gorge with dynamite but Nature slipped in with her skillful hand and did the work with perfect ease TA special train 1000 pounds of dynamite expected to leave Louis ville over the Henderson Route to the scene of the gorge Capt Brown and his service of men of Louisville had- e made such plans under the directions- ofSecretary of War Th gorgo passed Clovtrport about three oclock Some of the floes ofvJa were beautiful find imny gracefullyt- u cjpo e itiC i DEAL CLOSED For The Dark Pooled Tobacco Will Be Delivered At Hard insburg And Maybe At Clovtrport Ben S Clarkson of Big Spring has closed n deal for the dark pooled tobacco to be delivered at Hardinsburg and Cloverport provided the Cloverport poolers furnish a house in which to re ceive if It is estimated that one mil lion pounds will be received at Hardins burg and 200000 pounds are to go to Cloverport The prices for Green River are 8 50 to 5 All leaf grades below 5 to go at 3 One Sucker goes at from fij to 4 all leaf grades below 4 to go at f3 Cloverport samples are to be selected by Messrs Miller Shrews berry and Clarkson and are to confirm to the ones by which sale was made G Will Miller is the sellers grader here and Jas Keenan is the one for Cloverport Mrs Dunn Pleased Mrs Mary Jennie Dunniwho loft last fall for Tulare Cal Mr and Mrs James Stiff writes that she is de lighted with that country and has been very busy in her profession ever since her arrival there LEE YEAGER Gets Right Ai m Crushed Satur day Morning While Working At The Shops Lee Yeager got his right arm badly crushed while engaged at work at the Henderson Route Shops in this city early last Saturday morning Mr Yeager was taken Immediately to Dr Simons infirmary and had his am dressed Ed Dillon Likes Ice There is a pretty interesting story going over Kentucky and Indiana abou the pleasure the ice in the Ohio has given Ed Dillon Week before last he went to Tobinsport to see one of Perry Countys belles and while there the river became blockaded with large flpes of ice at this port So Mr Dillon was compelled to remain on the Indiana shore until the river was cleared He had a most excellent reason wrapped up in his excuse for making such a lengthy visitation The Misses Miller Entertain Misses Mary De Moville Hill of Nashville and Miss Margaret Smith of Bay City Mich were the honor guests at a pretty bridge party given by the Misses Edith and Eunice Miller Tues day afternoon at their home in Phillips Court The house was attractive with its decorations of potted plants and a delicious luncheon was enjoyed Mrs Freeman Little carried off the prize for high score and Miss Smith the guest prize Owensboro Enquirer WOLF CREEK GORGE BREAKS Natures Own Work Relieves DangersWar Depart ment Placed 5000To Blow Up the Ice With Dynamite i PEOPLE WATCHED ALL DAY j carrying t 11 rI i 4 twirled around into Clover Creek while others floated swiftly by this port Everybody was excited qver the spec tacular show of ice It was a beautiful sight for the sun came out brilliantly and made the icebergs look as though they were studded with diamonds People stood on the banks all afternoon they would not answer their phones wash their dishes and the children stole away from school Such a sight had never before been seep and it may never happen again No serious damage has been reported The river was raisingtwo feet an hour at Sojclock yesterday afternoon The water was rtHshlpgup Cloytrport CreeJc with all 1x might 1r 5 iS I l i f iI I UNDER ARREST Gus Bunde of Philadelphia iin Cloverport Jail Trial To morrow For the Young Boy Sunday afternoon Richard Perki upon authority arrested Gus Bunde for attempting to steal from the L H St L shops hero Mr Perkins says the prisoner is just a young boy and did not know that he was committing II felonBundes trial will be held tomorrow by Attorney Jas Skillman The boy gives Philadelphia as his home He was tramping Whole Family Wants The News Another Year Dear Mr Babbage Your card re ceived nod after considering the matter for several days the unanimous verdi of the family is that we should take the News another year so accept this wit our best wishes for you and the News for 1910hRespectfully yours N B Barbee Stephensport K- ySTORK CAUSES TGreat Dispute at Carters Landing Old Mule Gets a Kick Carters Landing Jan 15Special- Joltn 1 Riley Miller and Dick are two of the proudest grandpaps that ev came down the pike Last night Dr Austin Popham the well known stork if cloverpott brought Alfred and Mary Miller a ten pound boy and this event came very near causing us to get our everlasting Mrs John Miller thought the baby favored John Riley Mrs Sue Carter thought it fovored Dick Carter We was called m Jo settle the dispute We told them to be frank It didnt look like either of them as it was a good looking baby and that Dick Carter and John Riley Miller was two of the uglie men we ever met So make n long story short we will say we will never butt into no more disputes especially over a Grand baby Old mule was kicked out of the worn Joe Mulhutten Jr Mr Newton Hurt Mike Newton formerly of this place but now of Alamoosa Col got his left leg broken while wrestling with some boys at the mines where he works CHURCH DEBT Of Lucile Memorial Is Lifted Rev Graves and Members Delighted and Exceed I inglv Grateful Without a church supper or a beggars tour the Rev Graves wiped away the church debt of the Lucile Memeorlal church Sunday Rev Graves merely asked for the sum from th Presbyterians and friends in that easy delightful way of his and received enough and more too to lift off the en tire indebtedness The church will be dedicated at an early date Mysterious Woman Who Was Here Frozen To Death Jean Audley the mysterions woman who came through Cloverport one o with her ponies and twelve hounds Iis reported to have frozen to death noar Paducah She refused to accept shel ter in Carlisle county during the re cent cold weather In her Breckin ridge tour she demanded shelter and everything else she wanted Swifts 1910 Premium Calendar Swifts Premium Calendar for 1910 consists of four famous oldtime Nat- Ional songs America Home Sweet Home Old Folks at Horne and The Old Oaken Bucket The calendra is now ready for dis tribution and can be secured by send either 10 Wool Soap Wrappers on cap from Jar of Swifts Beet Extract i 10c in stamps or coin to Swift Com nL UntoMockc- ir u c v I BRECKENRIDGE BANKS Have Large positsOver Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars In Cash The recent statements of the banking companies in Breckenridga county show usthe greatest deposits in the history of the institutions The aggregate deposit of the eight banks is f928702 60 Almost every bank shows a healthy gain over its statement in July 190g Thea News takes pleasure in giving the amount of the deposit of each bank and is proud indeed of the list Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company 3054 183 First State Bank 5805851 Bank of Glendeane 3721744 Two States Bank 0379317 Bank of Cloverport 2771539 E H Shellman Co 5129775 Farmers Bank 80921 54 Breckenridge Bank 17670708 f 80320660 ctIt may be of interest to many to IndianaItBank of West Point shows for its de posits 5151105 1irst State Bank Meade County 13028517 Farmers Deposit Bank 14741755 EGGS Thirty Cents Per DozenEvery body Wanting Eggs But Few Are Buying Them eggsereggs at thirty cents per and hens wont lay This is a new erica for eggs is the Cloyerpurt market and the merchants say this price will be exceeded before the season is over Mrs Emma Hardin says her hens have been idle ever since prices went up Wm Ashby said Monday that they could scarcely get enough eggs for their family use J C Merserve Sons of Tar Springs cannot supply their market with hen fruit stEggs are not only scarce but there are fewer fo vis than ever before in the country SchmittCarter What will be interesting news to a large circle of friends iis the announce ment ofc the engagement cf Miss Emma Schmitt to Mr Frank Carter of this place The wedding will take place April the twentieth at St Anthonvs church in Louisville A MESSAGE TO THE FARMERS Dr Kuapps Address at Lexington Ky A great deal of interest has been manifested editorially and otherwise throughout the South in the coming tour of Dr Seaman A Knapp of the Department of Agriculture in January and many inquiries have been received by him asking what topics he will discuss on this journey Dr Knapp has very kindly consented to furnish thee press and through the press the farm ers with the subjects of his addresses At Lexington Kentucky where he wm peak on January 21st at 200 P M his subject will be Kinds of Hus bandry Suited to the Blue Grass Ter ritory in which it will be shown that the blue grass region is specially adapt ed to certain lines of husbandry and these are among the most profitable of all The same general method will be pur sued in the addresses in the several states outlining in each such policies as are most important and applicable to the rural population And This Is Just Half In speaking to an editor of a largo dully a successful and gifted minister said the other day Newspapers doI really moredlrect good than preachers m many ways They help build Chris tianlty by their daily writeups of our sermons and services they aid our doctors into prominence without ever asking a penny for mentioning their manyUrnesting societies they arouse enthusiasm among lodges they can make or caneexpose or smoother family skeletons All these things they do and many more without any appeciatiqn Few people realize what newspapers give and do not give to the world r r h 1 THREE WEDDINGS In one FamilyCupid Plays Dili gently With the Hearts of The Vessels Young People Marriage licenses have been issued to Orville Morgan and Miss Josie Vessels Lee Shellman and Miss Sallie Vessels Ambrose Vessels and Miss Agnes Brown The marriages took place yesterday Renews Subcription Gentlemen Enclosed find 100 please renew my fathers subscription- J H Bassett Leltchfield Ky Yours Truly Jas II Bassett Jr Cleburne Hotel Helena Ark SnyderSmith Invitations have been received in this city to the wedding of Miss Nancy Smith cf Fordsville to Mr Paul C Snyder of Lexington The marriage will take place tomorrow GORGE At Wolf Creek Greatest On Record Wonderful Sight of Ice and Water According to the official measure ments last night there were fiftyfour feet of water at the locks of the canal twentyseven feet in thu canal itself and thirtytwo feet at Cincinnati Those who have visited the gorge say that it is one of the greatest sights ever seen in this part of the country The narrowest part of the Ohio river is at Wolf creek and this has caused the ice to jam into a solid mass From a mere sheet of ice ex tending across the river at this point it has piled up a monument of Ice fifty feet high This mighty barrier is not only holding back the ice flows from above but it is damning up the water at Pittsburg Although there have been simillar gorges in the Ohio river this is said to be the greatest one on record Com ing at the narrowest point in tne river it steadily grows more compact In stead of the Ice from above pushing the gorge away it only tends to make it tighter and less liable to break Many of the experienced nvernten are now of the opinion that it will be impossible for the gorge to break un til warmer weather melts the Icu John T McFee lockmasterat the Portland canal said last n ght he believed that the gorge would not break for many weeks This is a solid mass of ice said Mr McFee and instead of It grow ing weaker as the tons of ice come down from above it Is steadily grow ing more compact I believe that it will be necessary to use dynamite to break the ice pact CourierJournal Early Mail Service in Main In 1793 individuals hired a man to go from Castine to Wiscasset and carry letters and papers once a fortnight He walked the whole distance overthe route The next year postmasters were appointed and mail sent once a week by carriers OP horseback Rufus Crane the first postmaster in Warren collected 20 cents as his pay for his first three months of work Lewiston Jour ant HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The seniors and the juniors of Cloy erport High School are making many plans while they sit around the stove at recess times Commencement Week in May will be the greatest event in the history of C H S The Senior Class members each are to give teas and have a continuous round of gayities Commencement night a big recap Lion vill be given in Oelzes Hall after the graduating exercises Prof Tan ner and Prof McCoy ae most inter ested in the plans of tho pupils and wlH give them every assistance to make their affair pleasant Mark P Lewis ia the only youug man in the graduating class of 1010 He deserves much praise and credit for his excellent work at school this term M- 1iiik l tflp 1 SENATOR BROWN Appointed on Important Committees by The Senate at Frankfort V Some or the committees on which Senator Gus Brown was appointed as follows Courts of Justice Criminal Low Judiciary of Insurance and Debentures Kentucky Statues Consti tutional Amendments Sinking Fund Reapportionment Eurolement He was appointed Chairman of Interurbaa and Electric Lines committee POOLING PLEDGES The American Society of Equity Passes Resolutions May Mean Further Trouble For I Burley Organization Frankfort Ky Jan 15Fur her trouble between the Society of Equity and the Burley Tobacco Society in Ken tucky may result from the action of the Equity Society in session here The convention after a lengthy andspirited debate adopted the following resolution just prior to adjournment Resolved That this convention recommend to the members of the Amen can Society of Equity in Kentucky growing tobacco that they sign noue but i A S of E pooling pledges before the meeting called tor the 5th and Oth of August 1010 in Louisville except when the executive committee recommends the pledge of any organization Meaning of Resolution J Campbell Cdntrill who was elected president for the third time an un precedent honor explained this after noon that the Burley Society cannot object to the resolutions as the mutter really is left in the hands of the executive committee kwiucti muy recommend any pledge that meets what the committee tniuks are the proper requirements The members of the Equity Society are forced to abstain from signing a pledge The resolution la ouly advisory und there is tio penalty lor violation As the Equity Society Has about 40000 well m sympathy with it the recommendation is of great importance List of Officers Elected Officers were elected for the ensuing year The recommendations of time committee on nominations which in duced the uauies of must of time old officials were unauiiuiously iincurred in The following were elected President J Campbell Cdntrill vice president Cicero M Burnett secretary treasurer S B Robertson State organizer M F Sharp Executive UourU Ben Watson A H Brooks 11 C Swain t10 Hughes and I T Barrett Delegates to the National Convention of the A S of EJ Campbell Cantrip delegate from the state atlarge T T Barrett S B Robertson H C Swain C M Barnett C M Hanua Dr Edward Day J L Belew A H Brooks J E Biggerstaff Sani May LJiti Wat sou J II McConnell J T Doss Edward Pollard Price Heard Hiram Dean P C Stephens F F Brown William Henrv Jones G lf Lancaster J M Rank an 1 G C Traver Fraternal Delegates to the Kentucky State Federation of Labor M F Sharp Edward Pollard and T T Barrett Time next State convention will bo held in Bowling Green WHAT FOLKS SAY ABOUT THE NEWS Change my address from Tulsa to Stillwater OklaJJ A Heston 000 Enclosed find chock for 8100 I had over looked receiving your notice until the News failed to come and I cannot get along without It J jB Crawford 000 Enclosed find 85 cents for the News qud the Times ou Dec 31 My best wishes to old friends in Breckenridgei Rev S Bramlette Box 463 Columbus Okla 000 sublcrlpUon f cnIattendedIwbilocredit to the young people Harold Beard LJveraore j 4 Beards Semi= Annual Red Tai Sale Wednesday 26 6 Thursday 27 January Friday and 28 Saturday 29 BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER Wednesday 26- Thursday January 29 E have spent two whole weeks going through our stock and getting out the items must dispose of immediately which includes our entire stock of merchandise This is in accordance with our set policy to thoroughly each JANUARY regardless of what III sacrifices it may be to make The merchandise that we offer in this sale is good clean merchandise PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT it is merchandise that you need and can use You must remember that you will have plenty of cold weather in which to wear and use these goods Although some of the items are so cheap it will pay you to buy now and keep them until next year You will have little trouble in selecting your wants the merchandise is all displayed and every article has a Red Tag Price on it REMEMBER that this will be a cash sale no produce or brass taken in payment of goods at RED PRICES however produce will be received all during the sale The store will not open until 830 each morning of the sale in order that people from a distance may take advantage of the opening specials 14 GREAT OPENING SPECIALS 4j Specials for Wed Jan 26 From 830 to 930 1 Doz 35e lamps complete for 10c each I 2 Doz 35c all brass wash boards 10 each i Doz 30c enamel rinsing pans lOc each 1 Doz 25c wash basins lOc each I Doz 25c galv 1 gal coal oilcans 10c each 1 Doz 20c li qt enamel dippers lOc each 1 Doss 25c pudding pans lOc each 2 Doz 26 in fire shovels 10 each M1oHIl JIIIOI T 11 Dry Goods Department 50 inch mohair panama worsted dress goods all colors 50 to 65c value Red Tag Price 374c it in dress goods all colors 25 37 30 value Red Tag Price I8c jii in black taffeta silk 1 value Red Tag 79c Ginghams III wines Red Tag Price Sic values Red Tug Price Loc Outings and Canton Flannel I v nines Red Tag Price 7Jc h tl lies Red Tag Price 9Ac 1 c allies Red Tug Price lOic thus Red Tair Price 19c- n dl jo U hits Red Tair Price 27Jc Carpet Warp All Colors iKirsI Red Tug Price 2c Lndies Skirts Knit and Flannel a hit s Rod Tug Price 19c lues Rod lug Price 35ic Tobacco Cotton nines Rod Tar Price 2c values Red Tair Price 3c White Goods india linen Red Tag Prino 8ce linen finish suiting Red Tug Price lljc inro j iiithi linen for suits and waists 24c r riuslin Underwear inset e wars 25c tioc corset covers 49c pants ale Si 00 skirts 79c skirts 98c 75i gowns 63c S100 gowns 7sh hXTRA SPECIAL IIrifiuli and Gorman Val lures 34 mrds lHamburg Kmb regular 15c value lOc tens Lds Childns Underwear lull allc shirts and pants lUc T sad jc shirts and pants 39c 111 shirts and pants 74c Mens Ladies Childrens Hosiery 2V values heavy lleaced 19- cinI values lOc l 1 c values Red tag price 2 for 15 or So a pair Extra Mens and Boys Sweaters nr values 1It T P35c slyj values R11 P 79c 2 i ui und 225 values 149 Tlens Ladies Childrens Gloves v values 19c 50c and GOo values 39c lloi values The 150 values 119 Specials Thurs Jan 27 From 830 to 930 6 Doz 50 galv wash tubs 25c each 1 Doz 1lb coffee mills 25c each 1 Doz GOc 5 gal oilcans 25c each 1 Doz 50c solid cast steel nail hammers 25c each J Doz i bu measures 25e each 1 Doz 45c enamel coffee pots 25c each From 230 to 330 85c Bob White flour for 78c a sack DOe Snow Drift flour for 83c a sack Not more than 1 bbl to a customer From 230 to 330 Clarks 0 N T for 3fc a spool 1 dozen to a customer MI Groceries at Jobbers Prices 15c roasted coffee 12c 20c roasted coffee 1Gc 15c green coffee 12c 20c green coffee 16to Michigan II Picked Navy beans 6e values Ho Cracked Hominy 3e value 2c Flake Hominy 4c value 03 Soda 3lbs for 5c Pure black pepper 30c value 15c Big Deal Lenox and Red Wrapper soap reg ular 50 bar 8 for 25c Standard granulated sugar 6c tOe Hominy 3 for 20c lOc Kraut 3 for 20e lOc Corn 3 for 20c Loose Muscatel Raisins regular lOc value 7c Prunes lOc value 7c Fancy Evaporated Peaches 2 for 15c Hardware Department TagPrice75c Vulcan axes unbundled Red Tag Price 59c 225 Adkind Tuttle tooth 5tft 14x18 Gauge saws Red Tug Price 198 275 Adkins tuttle tooth 5 ft 14x19 Gauge saws RedTug Price 229 750 Utility 11 saws Red Tag Price 59c 150 Our Special II saws Red Tag Price 122 lOc S in Common file Red Tag Price 7c 60c 1 ratchet Red Tag Price 49c 50c 1 latchet Red Tnir Price 42o So TagPrice401 Stephens Brach shot Rifle Red Tag Price 2 98 300 Stevens Mavnard Jr Red Tag Price 239 50c Cubblers set Red Tag Price 39o lOc Curry comb Red Tag Price 5c 60c dirt shovel Red Tag Price 49c 75c Post hole Digger Red ltig Sale 59c 5c per box brass S nails Red Tag Price 3 for 5c 70c No 3Gal wash tubs Red Tag Price 55c 8275 Drum Stove Red Tag Price 229 325 Drum Stove Red Tag Price 269 350 Drum Stove Red Tag Price 289 1950 6 cap Queen of the West Cook Stove Red Tag Price 1649 1450 4 cap Queen of the West Cook Stove Red Tug Price 1249 2250 Owen Heaters Red Tag Price 1989 100 Lanterns Red Tag Price 69c 503 Lanterns Rod Tag Price 39c 75c Lanterns Red Tag Price 62c 6d nails 3x 325 Value Red Tag Price 279 Sd nails 300 Value Red Tag Price 269 10dnails 300 Value Red Tag Price 265 20d nails 300 Value Red Tag Price 259 Harness1- 5c Grass rope prow lino size Red Tag Price lOc 275 Solid Oak Leather Horse Collars Red Tag Price 229 225 Horse Collar Red Tag Price 189 200 Horse Collar Red Tag Price 169 BreechingRed35c Red Edge Collar Pad Red Tag Price 23c 125 Blind Bridle Red Tag Price 98c Specials Fri Jan 28 From 830 to 930 3 Doz 3qt enamel pudding pans 5c each 2 Doz milk strainers 5c each 1 Doz 2 qt enamel rice boilers 5ceach 1 Doz 2 gal milk crocks with lids 5ceach 1 Doz 10 in frying pans 5c each 2 Doz enamel dippers 60 each 2 Doz 8qt tin sauce pans 5c each From 230 to 330 3000 yards of Hoosier cotton tor 5c per yd Not more than one bolt to a customer jow 150 Brass Trimmed extra heavyLa Bridle Red Tag Prico 119 325 18 ft H in C Lines Red Tag Price 279 300 18 ft 1 in C Linos Red Tag Price 259 100 Adjustable hame Red Tag Price 79c 50c Ball top Names Red Tag Price 39c 15e Web Back Band Red Tag Price lOc lOc Raw Hide hume Straps Red Tag Price 2 for 15c TagPrice1250 Saddle Red Tag Price 1049 1000 Saddle Red Tag Price 849 800 Ladies Side saddle Red Tug Price 659 Shoe Department These shoes mentioned below are styles that have heen discontinued because of the fact that they are not made at present They are first class in every respect 18 pairs of Honest Mike boots none bettor regular price 450 Red Tug Price 350 17 pairs mens stronger than the law high top shoes Reg price 450 Red Tag Price 369 7 pairs mens Prospector higlr top tan shoes regular price 500 Red Tag 398 40 pairs in mens shoes in patent box calf vici ox blood and tan Reg price 400 RedTag S319 56 pairs mens shoes in vide Patent box clllftan j und ox blood Heg price 350 Red Tag 279 25 pairs Ladies shoes in tan ox blood regular price 350 Red Tag Price 259 12 pairs Ladies house shoos in ox blood and tan regular price 150 Red Tag Price 49c Rubber Goods Department Mons two buckle felt boots regular 325 value Red Tag Price 279 Mens one buckle felt boots regular price 275 Red Tag Price 239 Mens all artie overshoes regular 200 value Rod Tag Price 169 Mens Jersey half artlcs overshoes Reg price 125 Red Tag Prico 98o lions half Jersey half antics regular price 100 Red Tag Price 79c Mens round edge rubbers regular price DOe and 100 Red Tag Price 79o Boys round edge rubbers regular price DOe Red Tag Price 63c Ladies arties regular 100 Red Tag Price 79cI Misses Artics regular DOe Red Tag Price 59c Oomen Jersey half artics regular price 110 Red Tag Price 79o Ten per cent reduction in regular siock CLOTHING Mens Suits and Overcoats 1500 values Red Tag Price 1050 1250 values Red Tag Price 875 1000 values Red Tag Price 700 800 values Rod Tag Price 560 550 values Red Tag Price 395 Childrens Suits 500 values RedTag Price 350 v 27 i Friday and 28 Saturday clean thoatwe necessary them TAG I Dress Special Specials Sat Jan 29 From 830 to 930 25 Doz choice 3 cans tomatoes for 5c each Not more than 3 cans to a customer From 230 to 330 750 yards of Hope cotton 9c per yd Not more than 15 yards to a custo- merREMEMBER Store does not open until 830 each morning 4 00 values Red Tag Price 200 300 values Red Tag Price 210 200 values Red Tug Price 140 Young Mens Suits and Overcoats 450 values Red Tag Price 315 GOO values Red Tag Price 420 750 values Red Tug Price 525 1000 values Red Tag Price 700 Mens Odd Pants 100 values Red Tag Price 105 200 values Red Tag Price 139 300 values Red Tag Price 210 400 values Red Tag Price 2 79 5 00 value Red Tag Price 349 150 value Corduroy Rod Tag Price i98o Mens Hats 150 values Red Tag Price 119 250 values 179 Ladies Misses Children Cloaks 33 13 Per Cent Reduction Furs Furs Furs 33 13 Per Cent Reduction Furniture Bed room suit solid oak good value regular price 2350 Red Tag Price 1998 Solid oak dresser bevel plate mirror regular 1200 Red Tag Price 949 Chiffonier an exceptional value regular price 1000 Red Tag Price 779 Oak hall tree Reg 700 589 Side Board American Beauty regular 1400 ned Tai price 1049 Folding bed beauty best value ever of fered regular 2500 Red Tag rrico 1989 Folding bed cant be duplicated regular price 1500 ned Tag Trice 1198 Iron Beds at Jobbers Prices 250 beds ned Tag price 1 98Iij 300 single bed 500 bedS 398II 525 449 900c IC c 779 D50 549 Double tin front safesiregular Tag price 459 Single front safes regular 350 value nod Tag price 298 Regular size cotton top mattress regular value 275 nod Tag price 229 All cotton pads 350 value 279 Imitation leather couch regular t 1200 value ned Tag price 0491 120 Coil all wire springs rogular 275 value ned Tag price 229 Extra Specials Full French Plate mirror 20x40 regular 450 value ned Tag trice 349 1 m tIIIIc The space is not sufficient for us to enumerate all of the great money saving propositions that we have to offer in this great sale All we ask is for you to come and be convinced B F BEARD CO9 Hardinsburg Ky 0 a 110 u 0 I A t I f I I c PVY DEFICIT IN TREASURY Serious Proposiiion Kentucky c Legislators Face PMUSTBE DEALT WITH SOMEWAYI County Unit Local Option Extension Bintroducedsition Launched to Establish a Bu I StatlstlcsConservaI BY J H STUART Frankfort Ky Special Th present Kentucly legislature which convened the first Tuesday In January has sumo very serious propositions to face but the one that Is of the most a teglslatoy salaryInby the state auditor payable at some uncertain time In the future There Is a deficit In the treasury and it makes no difference primarily who caused tho deficit the Republl cans or the Democrats the deficit iIs there and must be dealt with In the best way possible to give relief to the creditors of the state Tho only money In tho treasury now Is In the school fund and the question is shalll the general expenditure fuavl borrow enough from the school fund to tem porarlly pay current expense which includes the legislators salaries or not The auditor treasurer and two legislative committees are holding conferences over the situation and a report of some sort is expected this week Of course the deficit can be disposed of by passing a law to bonds enough to pay It off or IssueII I GOVERNOR WILLSONrrate may be Increased for two or more years and thus remove the debt The deficit amounts to something like 1000000 and as tho ordinary legislative session not count ing the appropriations costs the state 1 I about 100000 the deficit will be that much bigger by the end of the session unless something Is done It is a critical situation for the state finan J clally speaking and each political party Is trying to put the other In i the hole on the question S i The county unit local option extea elon bill was the very first bill Intro duced at this session and it will be pushed vigorously by Its friends Tho county unit law now applies tdall iit counties except those containing 1 cities of the first second third and fourth classes In other words cities 1 of the first four classes can now vote separately from the county in which they are situated on the liquor ques tion but if the law Is extended as is proposed in the bill Just introduced a jho city will be excepted and tho whole population inside the boundary v lines of a county must vote as a i whole on the question at tho same time The law as it now stands has to a provision to the effect that If a county should go wet as a whole yet all that part of the county that Had theretofore been dry should re r main dry This same extension bill came within an eyelash of passing two years ago It passed the house almost unanimously and would have passed the senate had it ever come to a vote It took a little piece ofr 1 the shrewdest parliamentary work w keepwt rrwho worked it was not a member of the legislature and was not employ ed by the liquor interests In any ca pacify whatever He was not even asked to exercise his parliamentary t eklll but did it at the critical mo I meat just because he wanted to do It to Much speculation is being Indulged r In as to what will be done with the R present state board of control for charitable institutions The board is now known as a blpartlsan one It 5 composed of two Democrats and two 4Republicans but a bill has been in traduced already to do away with this J board and create a new one of three Smembers all of whom are to be elect ed by the legislature which Is noW In session Of course it elected fby this legislature all the members ijaiJ the board would be Democrats If P Ike bill should vase it is almost a 1 ln r tJ I I Ill tt c rr iKiintVr For Sprains Sloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises- It quiets the pain at once and tcnderestepart without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion and reduces the swelling eHeres the Proof Mr L ROUND Bishop of Scran ton Pa says On the 7th of thIs present month as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist 1 returned In the afternoon and at four oclock I could not hold a pen oil in my hand I returned home later and purchased a bottle of SloansLiniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed and the next day I mylSloans Liniment- is an excellent anti septic and germ killer heals cuts bums wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects 26c60cand100 Slnniia book on hones cattle ilircp mid poultry sent free Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA certainty that Governor Wlllsou would veto It us he is very partial to the biparUsau Idea and thinks the present board has done flue work If he should veto the bill tt would likely result in the big Democratic majority In the legislature passing it over his veto as It only takes a majority vote to do that now 0 M- All the legislators are delighted with the splendid new capitol and are proud of the fact that they are the first ones to occupy the magnificent rooms set apart for the senate and house The building Is now completely furnished and even experts agree that It Is one of the most artistically beautiful buildings on tho inside In this country The outside of tho structure while handsome does not near as well as it will niter the grounds about It are properly graded and the landscape artist completes his work It Is expected that the present legislature will melee a sufficient appropriation to have this landscape work done In another year provided the states finances can be put on a better basis by the assembled solons so as to permit of an ap propriation The furnishings of the building are of the very best and most convenient Each desk of the legislators has an electric light on It an electric button with which to call a page and other conveniences are too numerous to mention The only objection that lias been urged to the building is that is too far away from the center of the city the hotels and tho depots but they will soon bo accustomed to that and will pay no attention to ItI Senator Oliver of Allen county IsII opposed to allowing cigarets to be sold in Kentucky and has Introduced bill which not only prohibits their sale but prevents the selling or giv ing away of clgaret paper or any sub stitute therefor Several attempts have been made at former sesslobs pass such a bill but somehow It was always defeated Senator Oliver will work hard to have this bill pushed through as ho thinks cigarets are ruining the health of more boys UlanI any other one thing known S i K Much adverse comment has been made for many years upon tho fact that the state of Kentucky has no law requiring vital statistics to be kept and now there is no sort ot record except possibly In two or three cities of any births deaths or burials For the past 10 years fre quent attempts have been made to enact such a law but they have always failed for some unknown reason Senator Donaldson of Carroll has introduced a bill already to establish- n bureau of vital statistics the work be under the supervision of the state board of health A law of this character is deemed of the utmost Importance especially in tracing heirs to property As the law now Is is almost impossible to find any record as to births or deaths and this fact has robbed many a widow and orphan of a deserved legacy Senator Claude Thomas of Bourbon believes It Is time for Kentucky to take some Interest in conserving her forests and water supply and to that end has Introduced a bill approprlat r 20000 for the purpose of paying J u 7ri n u for the operation or a state noara 01 forestry Tho bill provides for aboard of seven to bo composed of the governor director of state experiment station state forester to ho selected and becoming a member of the board after his selection and four other citizens Rules and regulations for the conduct of the business of pro tecting the forests and water supply are included In tho bill which is a very comprehensive one Mr Thomas will use ovary endeavor to have the bill become a law as he believes it will not be many years till Kentucky will be entirely denuded of trees un less something Is done to prevent un necessary waste of the present sum Ply i t Many years ago the members of the legislature were allowed to give a requisition for almost any mount of stationery and stamps during a legislative session and a number of mombers frequontly abused the priv- Ilege by ordering enormous quantities of all sorts of life writing material while others would order lots of things like knives boots anti other things and call it stationery In the requisition Finally one member got bold enough to order a fine rHItiK saddle and actually took it homo in his trunk the state paying for it un der the head of stationery This was the last straw that broke the camels back The saddle episode got noised about and tho next legislature passed a low that each member should be entitled to only 20 with which to pity for stationery and that is the law now except a chairman of a committee Is allowed ij extra This cuts out saddles and Jewelry and knives s Judge Edward C ORear states he is not a candidate for tho Republican nomination for governor Wblle he considers the honor that would attach to the nomination for this high office from his unity he dues not court it and his desires are nil contrary to en tering tho arena of practical politics or becoming Involved In the harnc ter of a political contest whMi ac ceptance of a nomination for gover nor would mean The Judge said The field of political activity has no charms for me I much prefer to go along In my present course without regard for politics or policies A Judge should have no politics and no question from tho outside should be brought Into the everyday life of his latles A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger suffering oftell death co thousands who take colds coughs and lagrippe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals ate stuffed up nostril lowtr part of nose Sore chills and fever pain in back of head still a throatgripping cough When Gripattacks OH you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after being laid up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whoop ing Cough Bouchitip Asthma its supreme 50c 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- TESTING THE TEACHER A Curious Old School Report Made In Boston In 1722 Inthe town records of the city of Boston there Is u curious passage which records how u schoolmaster was uxainliud and what happened The manner III which the visit of Inspection Is recorded nukes one incline to the view that the unlucky schoolmaster may not have had fair play although If he was really Inefficient he may be said to have been Judged by his peers In the record for the 22d of May 1722 It Is set forth that Coll Icn Townsend Jeremiah AI len Esqr John Edwards together with the Select men Vlssltted the wrlghtlng School at the Southerly End of Huston mi Thirsday the 2lth apll 1722 and Examined tile Scholars un der inr Ames Angers tuition as to their Iproficiency in Reading writing Scy pherlny l ie masters ability of teach lug S Instructing youth his rules methods therefore And are of Opinion That It wlh be no Service to the ownI to Continue mr anger in that EmployI Whereupon it was voted that the snld Mr Ames Anger should not con tinue master of tho Said South schoolIt true that nothing Is said of tbeI methods of spelling Inculcated at tine wrlghtlug School and It Is also poss sible that a clerk rather than tho com mittee was responsible for the errors of the record but there Is certainly something absurd in the passage as it stands Exchange j An Opening Father said little Hollo what is appendicitisIMy son answered the cynical par ent appendicitis Is something that enables n good doctor to open up n mans anatomy and remove his entire bankI account Washington Star KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICEfree I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISPAOTO on MONEY REFUNDED e t r 0 I lIr I Ml II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Surplus divided Profit 1360247 IL I ItheI VfI II1 I SB2 Elm Hub TimberI UUIII INQUIRE OF I 1 III I HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID I Baig tE K l Ell egjsuagfl ia OIL VALUABLE TO ROADSI I I Makes Them Waterproof In Winter and Dustproof In the Summer Some Interesting data concerning the value of oil In the making of good roads appeared In a Kansas experiment station bulletin An evenly graded stretch of sandy loam road a quarter of a mile long and thirty feet wide was sprayed with an oil residue or residuum A dust mulch about four Inches deep had formed on this road mid had caused almost a cessation of traffic The road was first plowed to a depth of four and onehalf Inches nnd hen thoroughly pulverized with a har row Oil to the extent of one gallon per square yard was then sprinkled and harrowed In after which the road was floated The road was closed to traffic for n week after this treatment The effect of freezing weather on theI roadbed was the object first studied The results proved that the oil made a I Prom loud Hoada Magazine New York ONE METHOD OP OILIHO ItOAD waterproof shed and kept the underlying soil sufliflently dry to prevent sirlous Injury by frosts The question of ho durability of a road seems also Fettled when roads are treated with oil ns this road successfully withstood nil kinds of heavy trnlllc 1 In tho hot est season It was deemed necessary to spray again with oil about half a gallon to tho square yard to keep down a slight layer of dust The eat mated cost of oiling this road Is 525 per mile although some of it varied and the extreme cost went us high as a rato of 1800 per mile Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lamenessDr Thomas Electric Oilthe greatest household remedy Domestlc Economy Wood pulp may soon bo used for plum pudding and soup News Item Now Isnt that a happy thought As clever as can beSuggestion how to utilize Our gift stripped Christmas tree Call up the butcher Let him take Those breakfast chops away Well grind up fragrant branches green For savory hash today No need of sweetbreads for the lunch These tender twigs will do Youll vote them best you ever ate When cook completes her stew Lets whittle up this tree trunk round Add sugar raisins spice Then with sweet sauce youll find twill mako Plum pudding rich and nice Ella A Ifannlng In New York World Subscribe Right Now tl- rr anil Un= s THE Jj Fifth Avenue HOTELM i Louisville Kyr = PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr G ti13eard ID S Richardson Dr A M Kinchcloo C V Robertson B F Beard i Z o Tlio most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In tho city ranking ufiOOriitu Only one block from tho princi pal shopping district two from tilt principal theatres Street cars pass tho door parts of tho city blocksII1C vurything neat sad WJJWbAlil ifNfllNtNtlI WitchForOur NewStory Ii Which Will 8eginSoon 11 tIWIIW ltIIlV t + i tl 1- y 4 u 1 Ir n r PI- o Ij I1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday to Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over fivo linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 conts per line Monoy la advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES e CLOVEKPORT KY WEDNESDAY JAN 19 1910 PROMISING OUTLOOK FOR SILL Hail Cotton the purchasers of the tho pooled dark tobacco iinI this district were in llardinsburg Monday and startedreceiving There was some friction in the gradingbut it soon quieted down as the grading and receiving progressed It is conceded by both the buyers and sellers that tho present crop is not near so good as it was last year This is ono reason why the committee has had eo much trouble in sell ing No blame should be attached to the committee They have worked hard and faithfully since last November to make a satisfactory deal to all concerned and they should be given just credit for their untiring efforts on behalf of their neighbors and their fellow countymen We doubt very much if tho tobacco they sold was thrown on the breaks it would bring near the price the farmers areI now getting It is the quality of tobacco that is at fault and not the selling committee or the buyers The News is informed by Mr E A Mail who is representing his firm in the purchase that just asi soon as he can secure a house in Cloverport and a man to receive th tobacco he will be really to receive here lie said this would take a week he thought to do this He said by next Monday if arrangew ments could bo madejho would begin receiving Mr Han man in this Hold an entire stranger but a responsible high classman and wo have confidence in him Ho has got to get a line on Jiis men to represent him receive and handle tho tobacco Ho wants a good man that will do tho right thing by him and tho farmers Ho wants no advantage either for himself or for the sellers All ho asks is a square deal all around So if the farmers will be patient for a little while till things will work harmoniously and pleasantly TholHopublican members of Congress who have refused to adhere to tho policies adopted byPresident Taft and his followers at Washington have received a sevoro castigation lately and have been styled the insurgents of tho party The motto of President Taft and his followers is Do astheking wills if you who would enjoy time kings favor It is not at all in favor with the President and his special pots for these members of the Congress to oppose measures that aro beneficial to the great masses of thi people i President Taft has recently expresseda desire to see the naviga tion improved on the Ohio river horn Pittsburg to Cairo This is a hopeful view of the situation and this in connection with what our Kentucky Congressman are doing to get us a nine footstago on tho Ohio time year round will certainly bring it about Thecostshould not be taken into account when we consider the great idevclopmcnts such a move would bring to this section ofcountry Bud roads and bad weather have their effect on railroad trains as well as rond teams and wagons The thing to do when traveling is to be patient Engineers and conductors are doing their level best to keep on time and it disapoints thorn to come in lato just as bndns it does the anxious passengers The business men of Louisvillo seem to bo untiringin their efforts to buildup that city and make it more prosperous the present year than over before They are not quitters in any sense They show a progressive spirit that will attract largo investments Lou isville Loading Democratic politicians at Washington and in fact throughout the country predict that the Democrats Iwill win in the National election in 1912 The Republican arty H divided on many national issues and President Tuft is not at all popular with his party Tho members of the Kentucky Legislature have gotten down to biiiuoss SeveralI important hilly havo been introduced one of which is to reform the prison system of the state and another to revise the r present system of improving tho public highways IIron La Vegas Clements is making a strong fight for the Demo eratio nomination for Congress in time Second district He is one of tho leading members of the Owcnsboro bar and is very popular among the Democrats of Daviess county Senator Bradley is quite busy now arranging a few slices of pie to bo handed out to Kentucky Republicans in the near future Gov Wilson wants a position on the Federal courtbench Three hundred and eight bottles of whiskey wore burned on ono of the public squares in Nashville ono day last week by members of tho Law and Order League Charles W Morse former Ice King andbanker of Now York is now in the federal prison at Atlanta Ho is registered as convict No 2814 iMr Tames T Robards a former citizen of this county died at JMadisonvillo last week I I COMPLETE WORK I The Hoard of Tax Supervisors for the County completed their work last week and set Monday 24 for reconven lug for the purpose of hearing those j who object to the purposed raises up objectorsrt jralstrlct Tuesday January 25 Cloverport districtWednesday Junuary 20 Union Star districtThursday January 27 Bewleyvlllo districtFriday January 28 Hudson and McDaniels district The board raised in the Hardlnsburg district 173 persons Cloverport 104 Union Star 705 Bowley villc 100 Hud son54 McDanlols 78 =ti J L j = y- J u u HOPPER CHOKED WITH BILLS Kentucky Legislature Is Taking Things Easy at the Start MAY GET BUSY IN A FEW DAYS No Measure Introduced as Yet Look Ing to Replenishing the Empty State TreasuryBills Launched to Carry the Good Roads Amendment Into EffectNo Redistricting Prop osition Likely This Session BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpecinlIt is a mighty hard matter to guess how much work or how little real work a legislature will do judging by tho way It starts in at the beginning of the session The present body Is taking things rather slow at the start and one would be induced to tellevo that but little important legislation will be enacted but a legislature is about as uncertain as a jury and this one may perk up In a few days and get very busy passing sonic of tho many hundreds of bills that will be introduced Nearly 300 bills nave al ready been put In the hopper but not ono in ten o them will over reach tho governor Among the Important offeredesince last week are the following Act designating electrocution as the meanS of Inflicting all death sentences and providing that the electro cution shalll take place in the penl tertiary Instead of In the county where the man Is convicted Act to prohibit the operation of bucketshops and fixing a heavy fine for a violation of tho law In that re spectAct appropriating 186000 for addl tlonal buildings on the state fair grounds in Louisville Act creating tho office of state steam boiler Inspector at a salary of 2400 a year Act to repeal the dog tax law and another bill to increase tho dog tax to 2 per head Act providing that where a nows paper is sued for libel the suit must be brought either in tho county whero the newspaper is published or in the county where the plaintiff resides Act appropriating 160000 to erect buildings for a medical school in con nection with the State university and 45000 annually to maintain the school and buildings Act providing that in criminal trials tho jury shall only find a ver dict of guilty or not guilty and If found guilty the judge shall fix tho length of the sentence the convicted man must serve just as It is In the United States court now It Is called Indeterminate sentence law Act to provide pay for jurors who are summoned but who do riot serve Act appropriating 25000 a year for premiums at a second state fair to be known as the Blue Grass State Fair at Lexington Act to regulate the operation of tel ophono companies by requiring them to connect with other lines Another net putting telephone and telegraph companies under control of the rail road commission like railroads are now t The matter of the legislators got ting their salaries paid for this ses aloft has not been settled yet end no bill has been Introduced looking to replenishing the empty stato treas ury The senate and house commit tees appointed to confer with the auditor and treasurer and ndvlso thorn what to do reported that It was thq province of the legislature lu toll executive officers what to do and that as no legislation had been asked for the legislature had no advice to give The committee did say however In their report that they did not Indorse tho using of the school money to pay any salaries or other claims on the treasury and that the attorney general had expressed tho opinion that It would bo legal for the auditor to Issue lntorest bearing war rants The empty treasury seems to have had little or no effect in doter ring the introduction of appropriation bills for already before tho members have barely warmed their seats bills asking for appropriations amounting to over 600000 have been offered nnd their passage will be urged most strongly This In the taco of the facti that the deficit in tho treasury right how is about 1000000 leads to the conclusion that some of tho members at least have gone appropriation mad The WyattBosworth good roads amendment having been adopted to tho constitution these two senators have Introduced bills to carry the amendment into effect whereby the state may aid tho counties to build good roads Tho first bill provides for a state tax of 5 cents on the 100 to create a good roads fund in the state treasury This fund will not be distributed indiscriminately but will be proportioned to each county need Ing it in tho same ratio as the amount the county itself raises for road building If a county declines to vote a tax Itself to build roads then It will not get any of the state fund a O 9ti l Us Q Gn715533 = I 7 A A SIMONS President n k VjfVNP 1 PAUL LEWIS J MATTINGLY VPro ldontLD11tE0T0It5L Ashlstant On I- IIAtUON WEATHKUHOLT Cashier J A IlAllltV J BANK OF OLOVBRPORTI Incorporated 1V03 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2260000 wish all a Happy andJProsperous I New Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore con WEtrlbuted their patronage and Influence We have made our resolution to double our business during 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether It be large orsmall the will appreciate and give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to I be continually reducing a small one If you arenot already a customer we Invite yourattention to our board of directors composed of successfullbuoinessjmen who direct tne affairs of this bunk Fully insured Intrest paId Iw on time deposits If our methods please you tell others if not tell us and wo will see to it the fault if ours Ifli will be corrected ID m s Under no irlrcumstanceswlll the state pay more than onethird of tho cost of constructing any road in any coun ty Another bill following in tUc same line provides for tho manner of establishing and maintaining public roads raising revenue by the coun ties to help construct tho roads and creates the offices of state commissioner of roads and county engineer It is believed that If these bills pass and become the law It will bo but a comparatively short time till Ken tucky will have as good roads all over the state as any of her sister states have now N t a The cost of maintaining tho magnificent new statehouse is likely to make some of the legislators open their eyes when they remember how little was formerly spent on the al leged upkeep of the old state build ing In the first place the old build ings never wore kept any ways de cent and everything about the build ings was always covered with dirt and dust probably because no appro- prIation was ever asked for or made to keep things clean The last legislature mad an appropriation of 16 000 a yer for electricians engi neers janitors scrubbers and other needed laborers and It will take all of that sum to keep the building in as clean and neat condition as it is now being kept That Is not near all the expense however for the cost of running the power house where all the light and heat Is made mounts up mighty fast when several hundred bushels of coal are consumed every day Add to this the cost of keeping the machinery of the power house In repair and the total expense will be several thousands a year more than it cost to keep fires and lights in the old buildings Dut Just think what a difference Everything in the new building is as clean as a now pin it has every convenience in the way of lights heat and watery thus making It a real pleasure to occupy It k t Indications point very strongly to the conclusion that no legislative re districting bill will be passed at this session A number of Democrats came here with the firm intention of voting for some sort of a redistrIct Ing measure but when It was suggested to them that if they passed such a bill now the census that Is to be taken this year would likely make the new districts appear as onesided in some Instances as the present dis tricts that arc so much complained of a number of them changed their minds and arc now willing to wait till next session As the Democrats have 73 out of tho 100 members in the house and 26 of the 38 senators It doos look a little blue for the re districting matter this session V V One of Governor Willsons hobbles Is the bipartisan board of control for tho states charitable institutions which has been in operation for two years The board Is composed of two Republicans and two Democrats and the present law says that status as to politics must be maintained Gover nor Willson says the board has done line work for the state and Is very anxious to have It continued just as it is but a number of Democrats want the board put back like it was before last session all Democrats To do this it would be necessary to pass anew law but a number of tho friends of the two Democrats now on the board would not vote for the now bill To win over these friends of the two members of tho board it Is now pro posed to pledge a majority of the Democrats to vote to retain the two men on the board and elect two other Democrats to take the places of the two Republicans Whether this scheme will result In abolishing the bipartisan hoard can not be foretold this early In tho session a a a Former Lieutenant Governor W P Theme of Henry county and a Dora ocrat was In Frankfort last week and was invited by resolution to address the senate Ho accepted and made one of his characteristic humorous talks He told his follow Democrats that they must be powerful cau tious what ttfoy did this winter for as be put it you know we Democrats always dOsome darn fool thing at the wrong time that puts us In bad for the next election Ho took occasion to say also that ho did not believe much in bipartisan boards I 7 n- hlf r i 1Ii for ho felt that to tne victor Delongp tho spoils and when the Republicans win they ought to have all the office nnd when the Democrats win they ought to have the offices The ap plause ho got from both sides of the house Indicated that tho senators nearly all agreed with him on the spoils proposition a Lieutenant Governor Cox of Mays vllle who presides over the senate Is one of the most popular men in the whole legislature and is deservedly so for he totes fair with everybody and all those who know him siiv hes as straight as a die When Governor Willson takes a trip to New York next month Cox will bo the acting governor and it has been planned when that time comes the senate will take a recess ono day and go to the governors office In a boil and make an official call on their pre siding officer and congratulate him on Icing the governor of Kentucky What is a cold In the beadl Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Elys Cream Balm Neglected the cold may grow into catarrh and tbeairpassages be so inflamed that you have to fight for every breath It Is true that Elys Cream Balm masters Catarrh prompt ly But you know the old saying about the ounce of prevention Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold in the head shows itself All druggists COc or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New York Renews Subscription Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed is a dollar for the News Please send to old address 1115 W Market as I cannot do without the paper Belle Ryan LouisvillelKy Little Friend Always Remembers I IThe News One of the heft friends the News has ever had is Kathrine McGovern of Victoria Every New Year she always sends the paper gocd wishes andj subscriptions This week she sent in three yearly subscriptions 63000000 For Improvements of Ohio River President Taft Speaks of 1Our Own Particular Whnt Is good word to Kentuckintis nndjthose across the river is wbpt PresU dent Tafthas to say about improving the Ohio and Mississippi rivers in his message to Congress President Taft says as follows One of the projects which answer the description 1 have given is that of introducing dams into the Ohio river from Pittsburg to Cairo sons to main tain at all seasons of the year by slack water a depth of 0 feet Upward of seven of these dams have already been constructed and six are under construc tion while the total required Is fifty The remaining cost is known to be 03 000000What hiss been said of the Ohio river is true in a less complete way of the improvements of the upper Mississippi front St Paul to St Louis to nconstant depth of 6 feet and of the Miiseourl from Kansas City to St Louis to a constant depth of 0 feet and from St Louis toCairo of a depth of 8 feet liAs these improvements ore being made and the traffic encouraged by them shows itself of sufficient importance the improvement of the Mississippi i beyond Cairo down to the Gulf which is now going on with the main tenance of a depth of 0 feet sverywhere may bechauged to another and greater depth if the nesessity for It shall appear to arise out of tho traffic which can be delivered on the river at Cairo I earnestly urge that the measures recommended be taken up and disposed of promptly without awaiting the investi gation which has been determined upon A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen suffered much fioin Piles writes Will A Marsh oJ Siler City N C till I got n box of Buiklens Arnica- S lIve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains DrugStore tit ft I fh A WW A I ClearanceII- II I SALE I Rubber Goods- GlovesI II- II Underwearand Notions AT COST Special Prices on all Other Goods Moore Hunter r Glendeane Ky j U r fI 0tJ 1- i t iIJ i 11 1 1 Ii F Fp I7 liablelRlfuedy I lys Cream Balm is qtekljr absorbed IfM Aallet at Once cleanses soothes Jlrotectse ano resulting from latarrh and drives ray sCold in tho CATARRH FEVERresmete and Smell Pull size iCO eta at Drug sts or by mail In liquid form 75 cents ly Brothers CO Warren Street New York She Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JAN 10 1910 r For Congress Woitro authorized to announce Col net hnson as n candidate for reelection to ingress subject to the action of tho Demo itlalrlmary Lobo held March 12 1910 I fPERSONAL AND LOCAL oJ nRaleVPowelll is sick at his homo in r lllendeane Kgresh meat delivered promptly by Bler Black Vm v McGovern of Victoria was in jwn Saturday WfrV Rev Dillon had an attack of appen citis last week W v CBrabandt the photographer is in todayK7 Mrs John A Ross was in Louisville pplngMondayrl Gregory is ill at rhonie on the hill K PC Mrs N C Porter is ill at the home Ifierson S R Berry 1 Buy your beef from Miller S Black if Lwant pure clean meat BabbagesiItrocery 2 dozen for 15 cents babyuwe returned from Corydon Ind Have you Stepped in the Now Year ithputsubscribing for the News reO TheGirls Club will be entertained- Is afternoon by the Misses Plank Emmett Kennedy of Hodgensville isaccepted a position with the News Telephonel your meat orders to Miller Black They deliver early and lute Miss Anne Jarboe who has returned me from Louisville is ill of tonsilitis Mrs Fella of Addison is here to see IssJJJorencel Woods who continues j Ajnx quart tin bucket at Babbages youfilersLost =Large broad rubber hair pin lenew style Finder please return to ews office Miss Rebecca Willis has been absent om the post office this week on acI tint of illness Miss Sallie Moorman continues cri al and her friends are apprehensive her condition Mrs German Dillon and Miss Mar ret Burn returned Monday night om Louisville- R A Rhodes of Nelsonl county will ipve to Lodiburg and farm on S W lellmans place George Gregory and children of Lou villa have been the guests of Mr and rs John Gregory Mrs Etta Marlow and the Hon eter Best of Owemiboro were marri i January the ninth Mrs Maria Duncan has moved in the tinge on the corner of Third and High reets in the East End Mr and Mrs J as Sahtie have moved j town and are living in the May pro rty on Houston street Mr and Mrs David Phelps left Mon y for Versailles to visit her parents rand Mrs Crenshaw Mill Burt Muir and sons David Iall and Major Muir of Louis He were here last week Chas Jackson has been home from Ouisvilfe on account of illuess HeI as able to return to his work Mo- nfrsA VI H Murray who has been it1ii l r so many weeks is well enough to i about her home now and hopes to t out soon Rev J S Breer wilt begin a pro acted meeting at Dukes the fourth jnday He will be assisted by Rev IiG Cundiff If you live away from Cloverport and is your old home vhy not show you tartfelt interest in the place by taking e home paper ijf Lost17 jewel 10 size Illinois move ent Duber hunting case watch pyement No I7s5681 5 reward if turned to this office Mrs riendricks of Hnrdlnsburg ar ifed Monday Anight to scctMr and li Gjd Squires little child who has U sick several days okspn Woods of Estelle county I propertyClifton11l1 in first class order for user and Mrs Frank McGary Mr and I hi Lou Rhodes of Kirk and J R piSi of Idwa arrived Monday night iriejt Mr And Mrs Thos Lewis ont let any one save the News for iV Its a bother to keep track of a I MQHper The News is only 3 cents l ppy You can afford that you knpw I if Artgood and children have rejj p to St Louis after spending e me with her mother Mrs John w Mrs Furrow does not inv J u Mr and Mrs John S Skillman of Hnrdlnsburg were guests of honor at ia beautiful appointed dinner Thursday evening given by Dr And Mrs Light footOur representative S P Parks has a place on the following committees Corporate Institutions Executive Affairs Judicial Redistricting and Cities of the Fifth and Sixth Classes The Lexington Gazette of which Col W P Walton was editor has suspended publication The paper has failed but Editor Walton has not for he is one of the best editors in Kentucky Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Anne Murray and Mrs David Murray and daughter Mildred have returned to Hardinsburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs D C Moorman at Glendeane Mr and Mrs David Falrleigh spent a few days in Chicago last week visit ing their daughter Miss Florence Falrlelgh They are the guests of Mr and Mrs DuRelle Fairleigh in Phil adelphia this week and before returning to Louisville they will go to New York Livery Feed and Hitch Stable Corn Hay Straw and all kinds of Milt Feed for sale at reasonable prices Feed delivered to any part of the citIGive me a call- S I Popha- mNARUINSBURG Misses Anna and Ruth Kincheloe went to Louisville Saturday Miss Margaret Beard went to Madison vine Friday to attend the funeral of her uncle J T Robards Mrs D R Murray and Mrs Fred Ferry spent the week end at D C Moormans at Glendeane 0 R Haidln of Cloverport was in town Saturday Mr Hiudin has again sold his tobacco to a Hardinsburg buyer Mrs Eli Potts ot Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sim McGaryAtty Claude Mercer spent last week In Frankfort Suptt Driskell has appointed C 11 Payne and Arthur Ater as his curd of examiners Mr Payne is principal of a graded ebhool at Robards Ky Mr Ater teaches at Lodiburg The check for the fifth months pay for teachers was received Saturday morningA Dye of Clifton Mills was here SaturdayIf want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flout Miss Annie Lee Bishop entertained the M F club Friday night Miss Margaret Beard and Miss Tida Mercer returned Monday morning from Madisonvllle where they had been to attend the funeral services of J T Robards a former resident of this countySheriff Dennie Sheran has appointed Txaddle Allen a deputy Mr Allen be gan Monday to serve notices upon persons whose property was raised in value by the Board of Supervisors There was no preaching in town Sun day night Revs Mather and Cline being indisposed on an account of colds Dr Mathers series of meetings will begin Sunday preaching to continuo at night for two weeks The theme will be Lifes Working Creed the book of James furnishing the scripture foun dation for the sermons We are informed that preparations are being made for what promises to be the biggest and most successfull Nor mal ever held at Hardinsburg The school will open February 7th and will continue until the May examination It will be held in the Red Mens build- Ing the old college property gn Main Street Supt Drlskell reports a flattering outlook for a big attendance The critical condition of Mrs Gard ner the aged mother of R G Gardner remains unchanged Miss Jennie Kincheloe while coasting on the recent snow mot with an ac cident which has kept her within doors several days Striking an obstruction she received a gash in the forehead near the eye Miss May Wathingtpn was at home Sunday from her school near Custer Ex Supt T W Trent left Sunday for his home at Custer D C Walls who has so successfully conducted the Custer school for the past two years has been strongly solici tedj by patrons and trustees to return next fall which he will in all proba bility do Custer in the person of Douglas Dodson has a splendid equipped trustee His division wisely made him Divisors Chairman with his ability and satisfactory he will doubtless be ontinued until he voluntarily resigns The Womans Home Mission will meet with Mrs lIH Beard at 2 p m ThursdayDr Gardner of Grand Gorver Illinois is here to see his mother Raymond Dowell has tended his re signation as clerk at Gus Shellmaus Mr Shellmans son Nathaniel will assist In the store all the time he can spare from his school work Mr Dowells three years work in Hardinsburg has made him many friends He is a popular salesman f si Ycl IIIm yrr I BIG SPRING Taul Richardson who bus been In the nriny for the past three years landed house this week Rollie Simpson is in Vine Grove this week receiving and prizing tobacco for Ben Clnrksou J D Mendor returned home frost Vine Grovetoday J T Colline was in the city a few days last wetk Those that pooled their tobacco are rejoicing with the riders that they will soon get to deliver their tobacco at this handsome price of 20 cents Mr and Mrs Everett Simpson left today lor a visit to her parents in Kttsteru Kentucky- J D Meador hus rented the Herman Meyer property and will move as soon us the weather permits- Dr Witt reports several cases of pneumonia in our neighborhood Mrs Lillian Young is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Bo Craycroft- If you want the best flour buy the Lewlsport BEST patent flour Girls Take Notice The Editor of the Circle wants to know about girls clubs not college sorotties and church leagues but original clubs founded by girls thom selves in different towns thro guout the United States Write us about your club Send us a letter telling bow the club was organized Is your clubs ob ject for the promotion of social pleasure cluirity or literature No matter how large or small Is its membership write a little history of your club for this de partment How oftenI you meet how you entertain and your plan of manage tnent If you hove officers give their names and offices Tell what you have hound to be the most helpful factor in building up your Club and retaining the interest of its members For each interesting and brief account we will give 1 Address Editor of Girls Own Circle care of THK CIRCLE 56 Madison Avenue New York An Awful Record Every vear thousands of nun and women die of kidney disease who might have been cured if its presence had heen discovered in time and a prompt treatment with Kidnets adopted If you have backache kidney trouble or other symptoms of kidney disease he gin using Kidnets immediately Drug gists awl dealers sell it for fCO cents Green River Coal Company Forced To BanKruptcy The Green River Coal Company a million dollars concern with its tipples located at Spottsvllle this couny ids been forced into involuntary bank ruptcy with stated liabilities at from i75000 to 190000 William Clen daniel whose home is Pennsylvania- Is president of the company and E L McDonald of this city is one of its attorneys Mr McDonald is also a heavy stockholder Henderson Glean er MORE PINKIIAM CURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy Oronogo MoI was simply ner vous wreck I could not walk across tho floor without my heart fluttering and I could not oven receive a letterEvery month I had such a bearing down sensation as if the lower parts would fall out Lydia E Vegetable done my nerves a great deal of good andhasalsorellovcd tho bearing down I to some friends and iecommendeditI been greatly benefited MAE McKNIGIIT Oronogo MoIAnother Grateful Woman St Louis MoI was bothered terribly with a female weakness and had backache bearing down pains and pains In lower parts I began taking Lydia E PInkhams Vegetable Com SanativoWashthat wayMrs Aii IlKiizoa 5722 Prescott Ave St Louis Mo Because your case is a difficult one doctors having done you no good do not continue to suffer without VegetableCompound many cases of female ills such as in displacementsflbroid pains backache that bearingdown feeling indigestion dizziness and nervous prostration It costs but a trifle to try it and the result is worth mil lions to many suffering women t- I r x REPOBT OK THE CONDITION OP THE Bank of Glendean e doing business at the town ofGlendean County of Breckinridge State of Kentucky at the close of bush ness on the 28th day of Dec ember lO- RESOURSES Loans and Dis counts with one or more endors ers as surety 123813 12 Real Estate Mortgages 85 50 Call Loans on Col lateral 1000 00 Time Loans on Collateral 0 00 U S Bonds 0 00 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 0 00IDue from National Banks 14081 20 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1000 00 Due from Trust Companies 0 00 United States and National Bank Notes 5267 00 Specie 776 43 Checks and other cash items- Exchange 187 22 for Clearing House 0230 US Overdrafts secur ed 1200 00 Overdrafts unse cured 1426 03 2020 03 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 503 9J Real Estate Banking House 2700 00 Other Real Estate 0 00 Furniture and Fix turese 1334 35 Other Assets not included under any of above heads 0 00 Total 5303470 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 Ot Surplus Funds 850 00 Undivided Profits 507 35 Fund to pay Taxes 0 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest Is not Ijaid 19057 44 Deposits subject to check on which Interest is paid 0 00 Demand Certifica tes of Deposits on which inter est is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 17250 00 3V21 i 44 Saving Deposits on which inter est is paid 0 00 Certified Checks 0 00 Due National Banks 0 00 Lwe State Banks and Bankers 0 00 Due Trust Companies 0 00 Cashiers Checks- outstanding 0 00 Notes and Bills re discounted 0 00 Unpaid Dividends 0 00 Taxes due and un paid 0 00 Bills payable 0 00 Amount of unc laimed deposits on hand = 0 00 Other Liabilities not included tin der any of the above heads 0 00 Total 53tl34 70 STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 Set fIthe above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowlege and belief A E Smith Cashier- CorrcctAttcst Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January 1010 My Commission expires March 10 1910 W CMoormanNotary D C Moorman F F Dean A E Smith Directors I Awful Lonesome Without The News In Spokane Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed is one dollar for the News I would feel so aw ftd lonesome without it and especially being so far away from my old home out here In the far west My husband likes to read it too Wishing you a happy New Year I am Ora Chapin Gooby Houston School Cannnon Hill Spokane Wash 0Q0 III 01 III tal I JJ- Q When You Buy Coffee Q n natrandom you sometimes nn- U E get just as good as we can U give you andsometimes you dont Its largely a matter of chance When you buy Chase San borns high grade brands of us you get the best that can be produced the same Cl today tomorrow and all E1- ElEl Elthe time they never vary 0 lOIJ C NOLTE BRO rIi F CLOVERPORT KY L III 101 III Q0 III 0 I OQ feabbages Prices this week for CASH ONLY Old PostOffice Building 3 Cans Standard Tomatoes 2c 3 Cans Standard Sugar Corn 14c 3 Cans Standard Pumpkin 2tc 41 Cans Early June Peas 30c 7 Bars Red Wrapper Soap 25c I Pound Pure Cream Cheese 20c 2 Dozen Large Sweet Pickles Hh15e- I I II Extra Heavy Broom 30c 41 Pairs Mens Heavy Hose 30c 2 Pounds Extra Fine Coffee 25e 5 Pounds Good Lard H 60c I Gallon Can Sorghum MolassesH45e I Quart Cranberries lOc- II Box 1000 Parlor Matches 05c Irish Potatoes Sweet Potatoes Cab bage Onions Beans Fresh Pork BRING THIS AD WITH YOU Farmers Meetings The farmers of this section are urged to come out and hear the great prob lems of agriculture explained by a re presentative of the Farmers Society of Equity of the headquarters at Indiana polls Inc- lMeetings will be held at Mortoiwlle Wednesday January 19 Tar Fork Thursday January 20 Mattingly Fri day January 21 Glendeane Satur day January 22 This is not a revival of the Grange or Alliance neither Is It a political move ment but it is a National movement to secure equity for farmers It is against gambling in farm crops and explolta tion of farmers to enrich others In short it is a movement to secure indus trial freedom and Independence for farmers and to bring farmers to the front where they by rights belong Telephone your neigh- borsChldrn wry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTRIA HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Until further notice wo H8 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N trnin No 71 I which is due at Henderson 635 p m tni 1 I WantSm+ + H For sale u flvo your o Torsoy cow with a call Jonas Lyons Irvlngton Kj FUR SALEA pair box ball alloys In Rood barlrolluIorFOR SALB A good business situated n paringwoilQ ItubbuKe Attorney Cloverport Ky- FOR SALEOne saw mill und tohorse pow Huber Traction Engine In Hrstclass condition One grist mill Call on or write me at 3tophcnsport rims W Smith FOR SALE1 lot on MaIn Street In Irving t01l1 size 89x120 toot tor further Informa tion luklress C W Hawcs Weldon Ky layswelll Tenant house mind Rood burn fino overlast InR springs flno land2H miles from Glen deant on public road For full particulars address W C Mooruwn Glundumu Ky Railway Mall Clerks Wanted The Government Pays Railway nail Clerks 800 to 1200 and Other Employees up to 250Q Annually Uncle Sam will hold spring examlna lions 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 18 In city or country can got Instruc tion and free information by writing at onCe to the Bureau of Instruction 268 G Hamlin Building Rochester N Y r Ar I IANEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN 1PENS1 AT PRICES TO SUIT t JIff Severs Drug Co I rwsr Daily CouriersJournal three months and Breck enridge News one year for l175 W H BowMBHj President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LTOIITFOOT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE 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 Skillman Conrad Simons F L Ligh foot AV H Bowmor Jno C Jarboo 0 T Skillman A R Fisher IJ 0 T r1 r = r 1 WEEK- IYCourieiJo rnaiHENRY WATTERSON 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service but the merchant is also a great loser and it stands him well In laud to keep advised of the road con ditions in hIs locality and to talk act and work for good roads all tho time Station Agents to Boost Good Roads The officials of the Pennsylvania railroad have started a movement to have station agents along its lines be come good roads advocates In an ef fort to have the roads near the sta tlons Improved The railroad officials believe that Improvement of the roads would reduce the time that cars are compelled to wait on sidings when farmers are unable to haul goods over the poor roads in bad weather Itch Itchl Itch IScratch I Scratch Scratch I The more you scratch the worse the itch Try Deans Ointment It cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it- Administrators 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 1010 Anyone knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle Marlon Weatherholt Admr fiftCQ The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re soonsible for much sickness and suflerine have therefore if kidney trouble is permitted to continue serious results arc likely to follow Your other organs need tention k neys because they do most should attention Therefore kidneys are weak or out of order can understand quickly entire body is affected how every organ dutrIfbadly begi remedyKhmers co D wince of its great merit immediate effect of SwampRoot great kidney bladder remedy is realized It stands the highest because its reniarkabl- health proven in thousands Jropcrtics ot distress If need a medicine should Sold by druggists in fiftycent onedol JUayhave J by n most may but your most have first whe your you how your and you The mild and the soon have bee the most ing cases you the best and mail free also and and you I l impiwolihowbladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRootif- you do yon will be disappointed OLD ANNE ROYALL She Was Once One of the Quaint Char acters of Washington- Old queer sharp tongued Anne Roy nil traveler editress and Interviewer was for mutiny years a familiar Ugure In the streets of Washington trotting Indomitably about her business very purr very persistent often troublesome often rebuffed but with quail ties of honesty and courage to bo re seeded There Is given in tho story of he life by Sarah Harvey Porter a delight fun glimpse of her visit to exPresident Madison and his wife Tin contras- bettveon the gracious nature beauty of charming Dolly Madison elegant in her rustling black silk and the funny little limping shabby figure In auto punted skirts and ridiculous wadded bonnet could scarcely have been en hanced As usual old Anne Itoyall had tramp Id to save carriage hire as usual her errand probably none too welcome to her hosts was to secure an interview and use a descriptive background nut Dolly Madison saw In the absurd in quisitive bespattered person before her neither the reporter nor the guy only an aged and weary woman who was her guest She hurried to bring her u glass of water thou quite slm ply stooped and retied her loosened shoe laces and wiped tho Virginia mud from the tired old feet It is small wonder that Mrs Iloyalls clothes were queer She was scarcely of a bent of mind frivolously to pursue the fashions had she had the time and money but slat hud neither Her ipa per the Huntress of which she was ownerI editor and chief reporter once published conspicuously on the ed torial page a notice which is perhaps unique in journalism No paper will he Issued front this ofllcc this week We really trust take one week once In ten years to fix up our wardrobe which Is getting shabby Our next lsnut will welcome congress To feel strong have a good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Hitters the great system tonic and builder The Wheel Problem Which at any given moment Is mov ing forward faster the top of a conchI wheel or the bottom The answer to this question seems simple enough but probably nine per sons out of tell milted at random would give the wrong reply It would appear at firm sight that the tpp and bottom must be moving at the same rate that is the speed of the carriage But by u little thought it will bo discovered that the bottom of the wheel Is In fact by the direction of its mo tion around Its axis moving backward in an opposite direction to that which the carriage Is advancing and is con sequently stationary In space while the point on top of the wheel is mov ing forward with the double velocity of Its own motion around the axis and the speed at which the carriage moves Saved At Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready t open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Bridge New York when his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dread ful condition he writesImy skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing lOpounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death iin spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and no am well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre sup reme sOc at Severs Drug Co NOTICE When sending a news item to this of flee pleasc make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the pews Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor eiire rt N k y BURNT CLAYS VALUE Durable Roads Built of It at Small Cost PREPARATION OF ROADBED NecessarydHighways That Are Constructed of Gumbo Clay Should Be Rolled Un til Smooth and Hardy In large atria In the south sedhnen tary clays are found very generally In these areas the cloys lire of n par varietyn Innpossible during the wet season as the wheels of henry vehicles will slats to the hub Gumbo clay la black owing to the regetan particu larly sticky In Us nature and Is nl nost wholly free from sand and grit From Good Koads Magazine Now York WELL BUILT UU11NT CLAY IIICIUWAY After It has been burned however the plasticity Is entirely destroyed and a thoughrnot particularly hard when pulverized Perms a smooth surface mid seems to understoodtthat not all of the clay out of which the road Is to be constructed Is to bo cllnkored but only n sulllclent amount should be rendered nonplastic to neutralize the too sticky character of the native clay Good sound wood us dry and well seasoned as it Is possible to procure should bo provided before beginning the work and stacked at convenient Intervals along the side of the road About one cord of wood has been found necessary for eight linear feet of roadbed twelve feet wide After grading the road to an even width between ditches It Is plowed up as dedply as practicable It will be found necessary to use horses or mules as the extremely heavy nature of the clay makes the work of deep plowing difficult After the plowing has been completed furrows are dug across the road from ditch to ditch extending through raid beyond the width to be burned If it is intended to burn twelve feet of roadway the transverse furrows should be sixteen feet long so ns to extend two feet oii each side beyond the width of the final roadway Across the ridges formed between these furrows which should be about four feet apart the first course of cord wood Is laid longitudinally so as to form n series of flues In which the tiring Is started The best nnd soundest cord wood Is selected for this course and should be laid so that the pieces will touch thus forming a floor Another layer of wood Is thrown Irregularly across this floor In crib formation with spaces left between In which the lumps of clay are plied After the lumps of clay have been heaped upon this floor n third course qf wopil Is laid parallel to the first This third course is laid In exactly the same manner ns the first and each opening and crack should be filled with brush chips bark small sticks or any other combustible material Tim top layer of clay Is placed over all and the finer portions of the material are heaped over the whole structure The deep covering of clay which Is thrown ovor all should bo taken from the side ditches and may be In lumps of all sizes Including the very finest material It Is spread as evenly as possible over the top In a layer of not less than six to twelve Inches Finally the whole Is tamped and rounded off so that the heat will be held within the flues ns long ns possible When the roadbed has been care fully prepared according to the fore going directions the firing should be gin If however n large force of laborers are available for tho work n firedoat one time When the material Is sufficiently cooled the roadbed should be brought to a high crown before rolling to allow for the compacting of the ma terial This can be best done with a plow or a grader After this the roll- Ing should be begun and continued until the roadbed Is smooth and hard The finished crown should have a slope of at least onehalf melt to the foot thatwtho gumbo and buckshot clays of the south are particularly adapted for burning on account of the high per centage of organic matter which they contain It Is none the less probable that many of the surface clays and soils of the states farther north could be treated In the same way and InI fact any soil or clay which bricks or clinkers at n comparatively low tern perature should bo suitable for the work I y- I Save 75BY I r PURCHASINGI I OF OURi FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- forI only 25 The regular price is iloo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and tellipg where they saw it will bo able to havj one reserved at the low rate ofII zs Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not I now buy ono for future use U PRINQIPAL itNOt v BUSINESS COLLEGEooseocuD Second and Walnut Stroote LOUISVILLE KY m 911 fE1I1i11 LOW ONE WAYtI COLINIST RATEST- OI ai California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tW tana Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico AJberta Saslcatchen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale IISept 15 to BY Oct TII- ESOUTHERN 15 1909 I RAILWAY I Inquire of any southern Railway information agent or write me for complete I rJ C BEAM JrA G P A N I ST LOUIS MO iBJillBiIIiB J f Do It Now Subscribe k I RURAL TELEPHONES ai aiiIr l Farmer are you interested If so call on the tTelegrapht p m niors rates4as S CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE otLELEGRAPH COMPANY ft n r orA I Kentucky School TeachersAlyl g and Normal Training sJ Present and prospective teachers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties are invited to consider the new Normal De partment o- fKingswood College particular ti Normal students have advantages of good musical instruc t good Literary Societies and the inspiration and stirailus tvanced college associations and in addition will bo al IItions ono or more studies in the oollogiatodepartmentfro second term begins January 1 1910 Much of this term will be devoted to tho preparation of teachers for practical work in tho common schools Tho principal of this department seeks to find out wherein helpPersons may a expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to h succeed in tho profession of teaching tl wprkTuitiont J W HUGHES President ey e- PO We Do ALL KINDS OF job W sr y r I 0 Hy iectrio Bittersuccecd amen everything else fails nervous prostration and female eaknesses suprememedyOR KIDNEYLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE t is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter R H J BOONE Permanent Dentist StreetHoursCloverport Hy 11 iiy AID GHOOLTAX PAYERS V e hereby notified that on ecembor 1 1909 the pen ty will bo added Remem 3r no fuvors will be shown I ayment is requested with It fail Call at the office i rear of Cloverport Bank has May sr City and School Tax CollectorI i17A115e1tkitStitlketStkkielttiei151kkk o OR SALEMI I AA A number of Farms different Sizes and PricesAN a A he Hank of Hardinsburg i Trust Co A- rrvrerrketttrr K r rrr r tr1r k I DeH nOORMAN Attorney at LawII HARD1NSBURQ KY practice his profession m all of tlie t of Brockonrlujja and adJolnlnR coun Upoclal attention given to collections uses und criminal practice License u taco InUnltod Stites DUtiUl Ojurts Hank ot Uardlnstmri IY0Jver aotrtVM aA TYLISH COMFORTABLE aailor lMade Clothes tho latest patterns for Suits SAIlTrousers In highgrade fab Clothes made by modern Cods Fit guaranteed Mod ete prices Expert tailors em k Jail HUNSCHE 1 isperMay C CoCanneltonlnd = d U We Buy URSidee and wool of trBathers Tallow oeswssGlasenrl- deaSealYellowRoot May Apple all tO ftld We dealer us yj nlwdiQon tl JrnBe aDdClldC1LettcrforouthaaJtto or coBffiioion Berchuli Reference o jr Baakfn LouiinDe Writs for weekly tee Hit and thippog Uo or lis Mil label do aonatlti ILMirketSl LOUISVILLE ICYk in 4AI thotpthe breakfast cooping all over k B se Wife We leave it open on The smell Is all that gets tbetl jUp Judge by No Terminal Facilities Harold Codllngton hasa1 31fever poasible Could an angleworm water on the hneoCblcngoB A y If part of the finished Ian by which goodness speaks = Subscribe I r GAD ROADS COSTLY I I I I Responsible For Hunger and Illitt eracy In the United States GREAT HANDICAP TO FARMERS They Suffer Heavy Losses Getting Their Products to Market Over 111 Kept RoadsLand Values Advance With Improved Roadways Two hundred and fifty million dol lars a year are wasted on bad ran In the United States Added to loss on haul the storage Bud extra food I make tho total expense 1000000000 a year This means n tax of 1250 on every man Woman and child In tbo country Corners hi the grain markets are frequently the direct result Of bad roads In four bad road states 375000 people out of 7000000 cannot read wm B 56 BCIlAIi ROAD BEFORE IMPnoVEMHNTj write In four good road states out of 0000000 population there are 20 000 illiterates Do good roads concern you If you are ono of the 30000000 people who live on farms in the United States it is a fairly safe guess that you know something about bad rondo er If you do not know and have neverdo chanced to cross tho 7 per cent of 1mII proved roads of the total 2000000 miles of highway In the United States Americas country roads are so no torlously bad that It costs more to haul a ton of wheat from farm to mar let than to ship that ton from Ne York to Liverpool Americas country roads are so bad that it costs tho j American farmer 23 cents to haul a ton when it costs the English or the Belgian or the French or the German farther only from 7 to 0 cents for the same haul You Mr Town Man and 1 you Mr Farmer pay for the unnecos sary waste of those bad roads tbo town man by extra cost of what ho eats the farmer by lessened profits onII what he sells PUB same reason ex plains why the town man pays 125 1 In spring for potatoes which cost from j CO to 75 cents in the autumn t The Interstate commerce report I shows that the railroads yearly haull 205000000 tons of farm produce and I that the average haul from farm to market for the whole country is ulneC costKof hauling n round 2 a ton for the nine miles and you have the cost hauling farm produce at a round ha p billion dollars a year Half that cost I IIs waste solely owing to bad roads Tho charge to haul wheat from Ne York to Liverpool 3100 miles Is 35 t cents per bushel The charge to haull bushel of wheat from farm to ma kot 04 miles Is 511 cents The stortago on wheat at water fronts is 9I cents n bushel a year The results of bad roads are yearly tolls of 1250 against every person who cats farm produce That yearly waste would build 200000 miles of Al macadam roads every year basing thosell cost nt the very highest average of 5000 a mile The beauty of tho relentless scheme of things Is when we mend our ways In this case mend our roads reNot not only wipes out the deficit but ehoth0 puts n plus to the account where tberolJ used to be n minus Supposing of tho 2000000 miles of roads in the United States all were Improved instead of only 7 per cent what would be thoto result to farmer and consumer First all tho big deficit of waste on haul to on storage on cornered prices wiped out Tim minus goes off tho national slate and the plus comes on Tho good road moves the remotest farm right next to tho market A farm twenty miles from tho market on an the year round good road Is nearer than a farm seven miles away a bad road Truck farmers In New tc and Long island can haul their produce to market thirty miles cheapb than they can ship by railroad and produce nets according to wen do averages as follows Fruit 80 per acre flowers 20 per acre corn 8 per acre wheat 7 per aero oats 7 per acre vegetables 2 per acre Out in tho Dakotas and Mlnneso and Manitoba farmers haul their product thirty and forty miles but they can haul It only when the rolls are dry In early fall and at that season t price Is lowest Tho farmer along t good road can command tho best prl hauling only when the price Is best he can also raise tho produce th at gives biggest net returns If you wouldj learn why n whole family can live nnd live well off an acre in Holland an- elgium and Franco when n faml often falls to live well off ICO acres in add BjWithwho under present conditions drive egg hub deep in gumbo mud during spring piruledI D 31 WorktWhen you feel that you can hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with Isstrong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of spure vegetable herbs Take CARDUII erThe Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I myhousework I cant too informuch for me Your druggist sells Car duiGet a bottle today I AS A MAN VIEWS IT Women Run Their Homes In Trust to Luck Sort of Fashion It Is a constant source of surprl sttotrusted with the running of the hoe j and In great part with the disposition theey said a business man the other day In the average business concern the Item of cost for Instance is as vital a matter us that of lucerne or TO celpts Pencils are sharpened down toling line points and pennies and fractions of pennlesuro taunted No great busl1 1wI edge of the cost of operating expenses- as I well as of the merchandise sold Yet n woman runs her house andl buys clothes for herself and her cull dren nil In a trust tp luck sort of way and generally comes out pretty well iinItile the end at that And Its a wonder she comes out as Well as she does Why continued this mere man who happened to be n salesman for a big wholesale grocery establishment u woman doesnt know what It means to calculate cost till way large inami facturlng concerns do She never thinks of taking the cost of production Into account when buying an article An Interesting Instance is found lIn many canned goods The puce of CUll raid label must all enter Tutu the price the goods sold The man who comes to us selling soups for instance will use such argu ofbemeans the soup without the water which must be added to make It pala bytyto ship the soup and not the water that It takes smaller cans less solder berl ship a dozen cans In and less weight to pay freight fur and hence less cost allit lIIoulldI ill these things even to the amount do of ink used on the labels have to do with the cost of production to us We td can produce for less money we can nn for less and so It goes But what housewife would ever stop to think of that sort of thing e1tU ertry when buying supplies or in connection with the way she conducts her home very many It is certain Counting cost of the ink on the label may asking a little too much of the housewife Nobody expects her to fig ure out the exnet percentage of her husbands earnings that she saves on ine and wrapping paper In a year but It does seem reasonable to ask her learn u few of the first principles about calculating cost It a business man were doing her work he would be able to tell just what percentage of his total earnings was expended for rent Just what per cent was paid out for clothing and for foodAnd It too much were going out and- o little coming in ho would have some system by which he could put linger on tho weak spot and stop tho leakage Thats what business men but most women just shut their and take In the dark and LItbo00Sysound as often as they dosrSt toMaking Life Safer StEverywheresafe through the work of Dr Kings New wife PiUs in Constipation Bilious linercotips andtmlSeverst Phosphatelya glass and and two tablespoonfuls of any fruit preferred Fill with iced bottled water and mix thoroughly In an box shaker until light and foamy cure Pour Into a glass rind odd a dagh of Grate nutmeg lightly over etoD u I nGC a A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky Irvhgton Ky Every Tuesday MIL = their whent nt 70 and 80 cents tn tho fall they could sell It at 1 dnr epriAnbushel would moan 15000000 more tho pockets of jhe Minnesota farmers a sliullnr amount to the farmers of t DnkotnB nnd to thcMvucnt farmers ult6 the Pacific coast New York farmers do not raise ve tables In quantities because until cently roads did not permit them market miclt a perishable product quantities This holds good In Now England The same condition exists the cow country and tho grain coun Potatoes and onions your Dakota farmer can market In quantities Therefore he raises them but Ueca bad roads cut him off from the market halt the year he does not raise rhof7 Yegetablcsprices another tax for bad roads In fact owing to bad roads there havo been seasons when New Yorkers w paying 1 a bushel for their potatoes and western farmers were glad to sell acthem at 15 edits for pig feed and arch With rseI ing prices net return Increase and farm laude Jump In vnluu It Is an actual fUt wlurcvir got d roads ha gone land has Inmn tl li value fr 2 to till mi nero In la ksou coon Ala n bund ISMIM of LiOOOO Ut 125 mUm of iiiiiiMdani Fund The s price of landl wu 4 from S i to before tilt rutid wis Iriilt On th completion land values w1I1 up from 3 to c25 The IfTwt of good ruaJs on school nttendamo needs n nnjf In the Ilive states having two bust rcaiN die aver age attendance la 77 fprl v iii of on rollment In till fire tIII It hn111 fewest good Feuds the attendance averages only rill per cent With these figures on Hchool It Is not surprising to find that Ignorance mid bad roads go together In t four bad roads states with n to population of 7000000 are 375000 in and women white nnd native Vu j who eau neither rend nor write j four good roads states with a popuII Inllon of 0000000 are only 20000 illsI crates I The movement for good roads Is so recent that It need not be retailed J here When colonists first came America the roads followed buffalo trails and Indian wilderness paths As- fmms became fenced roods ran ale tween boundaries without regard the shortest distance or grade und t these were kept In order or disorder f statute labor farmers turning out 5 for a day once a year for n road pic nlc filling In holes that ought to have en filled In months previously tlnk erlng and trifling away time with special director The results w what might have been expected M not employ blacksmiths as doctors and why should formers bo supposed possess the technical knowledge of engineer During various wars two or three good roads were hacked through the wilderness across coun I from New York up to Boston t along1 the old post road from thous n Tan RUlE HOAD ISIMIOVKD Cumberland mountains west to St from Virginia up through Penn lvania to Plttsburg and when oml began to roll westward from Louis to Oregon With these ex I ception tho highways of the United or were a system of pig tracl trailsThen came the great railroad build- Ing era down to 18SO when public coroadsthat railroads would tgood them girt na population grew the ne cessity for roads to link farm with arket became dully more Insistent Aguen C Lmit In Olllws A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia 130 constipation weakens the tvhol system Dorms Reguleta 25 cents per cortect the liver tone the stomach constipation Subscribe z7 iln Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147145 143 141 146 I 142144I I 148 STATIONSDally Dally Dally Dally Dolly Dally I Dally I Dally 2 44 810Lv Louisville Ar 7 Hi 12 55 7 q0 =W PMP AM 1M 1 Mii- U 33 f4 533 gStrawberry 7 UU C12 lu 7 25 939 500 S 50 Blsllofr 652 f1230 7 18V aV 15 9 909 MedOra f6 42 U3 J9fl OS 95 fG H fI 14 Stites 16 116 12 11 ff7 02 9 57 f5 17 I III 17 Kathryn 6 82 f2 OS 6 59 10 01 521 I OI West PoInt 629 1205 IJ 56I10 03 I15 23 IU 25 Howard 6 27 fl3 113 fO 64 10 OU f 51 f05PM 4610 13 f- 3 ffIj 3lU H4 Rock Haven 6 16 Ill 48 f6 al10 19 IIG 40 Long Branch 6 09 ill 40f6 5310 25 G 53 9 4U Brandenburg ti 03 11 32 U 25 1031 5 08f9 fi6 Ekron G 55 11123 lI1610 37 0 05 Uuston 518 Ell 1 5 U 08 1043 pE 10133 Irvington 541 11 1bdoll iO 40 to 31 flO 1g Webster 533 no 67 f5 42 5U f6 59 t10 27 Lodlhurg 5 27 no 48tG 5411 02 f6 40 10 33 Mystic 265 21 t10 41 511 05 f6 SO 110 57 Sample 2211 11 5 18 flO 37ff5 14n1 6J1 iO fl04E 110000 Holt 506 no 196083m 2I87 Cloverport 4t 57 10 07 4 57 8 15 it12 11 3stz it 03 Shops s s1 to oq a Ga s 1a l 21 11 28 1111 i Skillman q qfi W 53 4 44 18 02 52gcf q6ref f739to31In6 is I fO 17 4 10f7OU 8 56 3 O5 706 12 27 8 2y 12 02 Dutch J 511 f8 52 3 51 7 027 13 12 35 8 36 55PGOuseif7 18 12 + 30 f8 507 31 12 51 fa 53 f12 24 GrIffith 3 3fi f8 25 3 30 16 37 19 12 54 f8 67 12 27 tStanly 3 32 f8 22 f5 28 4 3- ff 12 59 fg 05 1 33 Newman 3 27 f85 3 23 f6 23- ay 46 104 fU 10 1 38 Reed 322 807 317 f6217 53 108 to 16 1243 Bowls 318 801 313 f6167 8 gs 1 10 g 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 IU 7 58 fiS 11 6 l3 08ere51 42 Henderson 3 OU 739 3 55 li 5 148 10 OS 128uHoweIL 2 42 710 2 30 up 155 10 15 130 Evansvlllo 235 710 2 30 740 740 ST LOUIS 000 8 34 MulSTOPreTrains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and StotttLouis PullylIltNo lql will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from Cloverporty1No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to discharge passengers from Ilwcst of Cloverport Hartford Line BoundISecond Class Is4 Glass 1st Class I Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONSill MixedsallySundaycal1140pmnf655 54U l110 aslnSprlng fOJH f350 f1125 10In918 f3 07 s7 2S s6 I12 S1146 Junction 11923 s2 57x10 53 734 s6 10- s7 sll 50 = Hardlnshurg 5923 62 43 slO 48- so41 sO 27 all GU Junction u so 17 tI3 81040 f7 M C637 1203pmuoKlrIu triO f222 flU 1- f71i7 f0 J5 fJ20UUu lcQudyuf9 US f202 flO 24 13tos8 lg 70V S1228 Dempster s831 s40sS 35 S1241S1250 Falls of ROUKH t8 lUsl 25 OUh s8 50 Dempster 18 HIfi103 slO OS Olto9i6fg953ff 9 20 736 f120Imltch s71isl215 s038 750 Ford vlllcuu I2Iopm 9 35 430mEARLINOTONuC 4 40 am enReal Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you aro interested in any of tho following proprieties write us at onco for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at onto tolling us what you want and where you want it and lot introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking for AYo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business Gil you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and lot us show you how wo 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 quicksales Jtip D Babbage HOucrea Smiles from iJOOUU 3 miles from OustODI watered lays woll good oung orchard good on rural route school tour yards fromhouse Improvements Rood room dwelling with Kitchen on back porch two Bntlcis loon buck lu thefieldmouttund hen thouse otamrtll vood tritltll tiedorApustlcuura uddres8 plenty Jno D llabbace Oloverport Ifyl 67alland barn twO KQod aide sheds crib good moat house und flea house und n variety of apples pouches und Rrupes a Rood well and never FalllnR spring for stock water 200 yards cast lIardlnsburK In easy distance to the High School building when erected CO find bar 100 acres four miles west of p6UUU oionduune Smiles from branCh railroad all trosh land 100 acres In cultivation t 60 acres to grass will produce the best rn neighborhoodyrlustluRteuttobaccoutl door of dwell log dwoillni 3 roons and side room stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear 1rleo 8 000 5f cash 352 acres on lardlnsburR and 3JOyoU Kails of Sinking rood 3 miles onostorydwellingsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses acres under cultivation und pasture 23 beechesugar roo FOIt SALE Storo house and dwelling cum corner First and High Streets wholohmlthexchange for a dwelling house In Cloverport vonuoWoUCI andrl nndaUmberlleechbehuuledLimestonelandfortobuccoyoarroundIneasyion SALTA tarm contalninge50acrosand fivoL5I u store room over it two good stock barns1 peachtreesmoatallnicevlnyarabalance In woods 185 acres In grassj several tcwireEkrononoqlongFOR SALEA splendid stand for a druggist surroundodbytho place for some young physician to step buslneSllAnretire1sparticularsport KY 4 Better get that JJob Work done now lIt KBD4U TONIC FOR COUGHS COLDS CATARRH + JOSEPH HALL = r CHASEIFerons Drug Co Y i Gentlemen I have used Peruna and find that It cannot be equaled as a tonic as well as a cure for coughs colds and catarrh i You aro authorized to uso my photo with testimonial In any pub lioatlon- Joseph IL Ohaso 804 Tenth St Washington D C j Celt and La Grippe Mr O Happy Hardln Bay Co Mo 31write ccI can safely recommend Fo A rnna as o remedy that will euro all ca tArrhal troublesIIt was of great benefit to mo as It cured me of catarrh of tho throat and I took a very bad cold and had la grippo last February It sottlod In my throat and lungs I took three bottles of Poruna and It cured mo I III highly recommend It to all who r are sick and I am glad to add my en dorsoment to that of others Peruna for Colds 1MrL Clifford Flgg Jr 2929 East Marshall St Richmond Va writes r that when ho gets a cold ho takes Peru naandltBoondrivesltoutofhl8Bystom For several years ho was not entirely t troll but Peruna completely cured him People who object to liquid medicine c ian now secure Peruna tablets Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 191- 0IRVINGTON M News of the Death of John Corn s wall Received Personal and Newsy Items Miss Elizabeth lieu of Paris Texas and sister Mrs Fred Howard of Louis ville arrived last Friday and lire spend fug this week as the guests of Mr and f Mrs JnoNevitt at Basin Spring W H Wimp has gous to Enid Okla homa where he has accepted a position as day clerk in the Leowen Hotel niawiKed by his uncle H W Herndon Mis McClintick of Louisvil e was the guest of relatives hire for a fe i days last ucek- telegraniA was received here on last Monday morning by Mr and Mrs Win Cornwall announcing tl e death of their sun John Cornwall nt Marshall Texas He hail been a conductor on the passenger Irani for several years and C was killed in a wreck Mr and Mrs Cornwall arid daughter Miss Mary Cornwall left for Texas at once an returned home on Friday night M s Lpuis II Jolty who has been ill with tonsiliiis is uouvalsccnt r r Mrs T N McOlolhlim returned yesterday from a short visit to Miss L 13 McGMhlati in Louisville Miss Willa Drury will entertain at a forty two party Friday evening at the home of her si ter Mrs H 1J McGloth I lau on Maple Ave M1 The regular meeting of tho Royal Neighbors of America Camp Logon was held on Friday afternoon and there was a fine attendance Nothing of special importance was dons at the meeting The next meeting will bo held on Feb 4 1610 Call tho Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guars eed Ma M W Winnnager Mr E H Ashcraft has gone to Louisville and Shelbyville for a several days business trip Mrs H IL Kemper will leave this week for Louisville and will be the guest of her mother Mrs Julia Clark son at the Seelbach J D Ashcraft has returned after a few days business trip to Indianapolis Ind Sell your produce hids and furs tithe Irvington Produce Co Mrs Perry Weaver and children are expected some time this week trot Louisville for an indifinite visit to Mr and Mrs Bate Washington If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Dr S P Parks our noted Representative was a guest at the banquet gives at the Gatt House Friday evening by the members of the Board of Trade One of the social events of the week was the fortytwo party given on Thurs day afternoon by the charming hostess Mrs O F Brite The house was beautlflly decorated hero and there in green and white The color scheme was carried out in the ices about twenty guests were present Clarence Sale of Louisville has en stalled gasoline light in Edd F Alex anders store This is the greatest im provement he has put in his store and it gives a beautiful ht The Rev Lyons Presiding Elder filled the pulpit at the Methodist Church on last Sunday both morning and even ing and preached two fine sermons There was a good attendance at both servicesMiss Nettie Neafus of Guston is the guest of her cousin Mrs Lonnie Dowel for the week David Penick of Custer was in town Monday visiting his brother Mr C L ClarenceIrvington Produce Company pays cash for butter eggs poultry hides and furs Rev L K May left Monday foi Tefiersoutown to preach the funeral of Bro A L Wells mother Bro Well formerly preached in this town and he has many friends here who will be jorry to hear this Something Tender If you want good tender first class beef and pork call at the Irvington Meat Market Geo Thompson proprIe- tor Irvington Do s This Mean You Indigestion four stooinch consti nitiou then headache backache and a general miserable feeling Do you know that the pleasant herb tea Lanes ramily Medicine Lanes Tea moves the bowels each day and will remove all these troubles almost immediately If you do not know it get a package oday at any druggists or deniers 25c Boats Are Torn Loose Capt Jas Ilenneu went down the river yesterday after his gasoline boat which was torn from its mooring in thee flows of Sunday morning The boat was caught at acuffletown Capt Newman also 1 lest his fine gasoline boat at the sme time which was picked up at lit Vernon The latter boat is worth bout 5000 nnd was a good find Mr Stephen Dean also lost his house boat Huicock Clarion GO RIGHT AT IT Friends and Neighbors in Clover port Will Show You low Get at the root of the trouble Rubbing an aching back may relieve it But it wont cure it You must reach the root of itthe kidneysDoans Kidney Pills go riglit at it Reach the cause relieve the pan They cure too so Cloverport people sayGeo F Megerle River St Clover port Ky says For three months I was Unable to do any work on account of my kidneys being disordered The passage 6f the kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to get on my shoes There was a dull ache in the small of my back which extended into my head and nltho I tried a number of different remedies I was unable to fins relief Finally Doans Kidney Pills came to my attention and I procured a supply at Fishers drug store I used them according to directions and in sn weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble I attribute my robust healtl today solely to the curative powers ol Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doaiis and take no other FALLS OF ROUGH Uncle Shelby Cummings aged 84 years It months and 18 days diet after a short illness at the home of his daughter Mrs C C Nottingham January 4th His son Cicero of Owens horo arrived a few minutes before he died but Dr Lafayette Cummings of Hot Springs Ark did not arrive until after the burial If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The M W As at this place met lass Tuesday night and installed their officers for 1010 and initiated seven members after which bountiful supper was ppread such as would hav satisfied the appetite of an epicurean The visitors from Glendeane were Bill Burnett Ed Glasscock Willie Pierce- JI A Mathews and Ed Early Jim Smith of Illinois and several from Duff Leitchfield Cour- ierChlldrra Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Souvenir From California The News received an illustrated edition of the Los Angles Daily last week from Mrs Vest The paper shows what a wojderful country is California The Vest Buys formerly of Clover port are now engaged in a large business under the firm name as follows Ji W and E G Vest Realestate Loans Los Angles Ca- lSubscribe today A Foolish System The Kentucky Legislature now in essiou will have H great deal of free advice offered them some good no oubt and a great deal of it the veriest chaff The Clarion is not In the habit of offering panaceas for every supposed ill that comes up but it would like to take the suggestion that most any old lystem of laying t xes in Kentucky would be infinitely better that in vogue REPORT OF CITY OFFICERS For Year Ending December 31 1909 i KEPOKT OF MARION WEATHERHOLT CITY TREASURER RESOURCES 1909 It Jan 1 To balance 1698 48 Fob 2 Chas May C T C 183 35tMch 2 a 15 51 31 u 2575 April 5 J H Wills P J 2 00 5 R L Oclzo City Ck 5 00 cc 3 TC Tousoy 27 00 May 4 Chas May C T C 14 65 18 T C Tousoy City Ck10 00 Juno 3 Chas Mayo T C 10 77 8 T C Toiwoy City Ck 10 00 24 J H Wills P Jl 1 50 30 T C Tousoy City Ck 30 00 30 Chas May C T C 105 00 Aug 3cc cc 51 95 4 276 28 Sent 13 J H Wills P JJZ 5 00 16 C 100 17 T C Tousoy 6ityCkZ 00I30 H U 30 Chas May C T C 207 88 Nov 2 u I 236 30 Dec 7cc 1754 52 31 II 143 45 31 T C Tousoy City Ck 2 50 Total 4897 95 OF MAY CITY TAX RESOURCES To Collection Year of 1904 883 1905 1 16 20 cc cc 1906 27 89 C cc cc 1907 89 25 u 1908 361 74 cc 1909 3815 66 Total 4319 57 I Jan 1 To Balance Certificate of Deposit Bank of Cloverport 4261 87 Feb 2 Chas May C T C 70 25 Mar 2 M 3 68 Mar 31 cc 3 70 561nyJune 3 110 30 39 21 Aug 3 cc 13 38 Sept 4 10016 30cc 74 26 Nov 2 c 69 59 OF CITY I Jan 1 To Bal M- Weathorholt Treas 1698 48 Ie 1 To C May Tax Collr 302547 1 To J H Wills P J 9 50 1 To T C Tousoy C C 159 50 1 To R Oelze 5 00 Total 4897 Jan 187 84 c cc Feb 143 85 March 84 62 April 246 01 ct ct May 92 85 atpresent For instance in the county we have an assessor in the school district we have an assessor and in the town we have an assessorall different persons and each one draw a salary for whatfor the services that one or dinarily intelligent person could per form Nor is this all The fact that we employ and pay three times well for one ohould do is all by any means We then follow this extrava EXPENDITURES fiff Jan By Warrants Paid j7 Fob 14it Mar cc cc 84 Aprc a cc 246 M 92aJuno 578 July C cc lQ2- A 8uS 206oppet 407 N 807oVDece e rc 858 cf 31 1909 By Balance + 1423 Total 489f lTo4 i3 Repectfully Submitted M WEATHERHOLT Treas City of Clover REPORT CHAS COLLECTOR 1 95 in not EXPENDITURES Jan 1 1910 By Amt paid M Weatherholt Treas Sinking Fund 1034 By Amt paid M Weathoholt Treas 3025 By Commission on yearly- Collections 431957259T- otal 4319 Respectfully Submitted CHAS MAY City Tax Collect I REPORT OF MARION WEATHERHOLT TREASURER SINKING FUND By what D 616eo31 41 Interest of Certificate of Deposit in Cloverport Bank 149 Total 5 5446 Jan 1 1910 To Bal Certificate of Deposit in Cloverport Bank 5446 Respectfully Submitted V MARION WEATHERHOLT Tre3 Sinking Fund City of Clovorporfc I REPORT T C TOUSEY CLERK Warranty C ct June i578 cc cc July 192 cc AI 168 H Sept 206 cc Oct 407 cc Nov 307 Doc 858 Bal Dec 31 1909 1423 TotalI 489J Bal on Hand July 1 1910 1435 Outstanding Warrants I11 Respectfully Submitted T C TOUSEY City Clc gent and useless process up by having three distinct boards of supervisors every oie drawing separate pay for performing the duties that could and should just as well be looked after by a single board The whole thing is pre posterous and if it were possible for an ndividual to so recklessly handle his private business as it outlined above he would be in the bankrupt courts several times a year Then why could not this laying of taxes be remedied common sense application of busi principles Even if the taxing sy be perfect and is equitably laid could not the unnecessary and usi expense and worry of having tc summoned before three boards be duced to the minimum by allowing duties to be looked after by a co board on which there is city and sc representation Clarion HaWviU 7 Ac lx EA X KlTWKa f TJJ j WJ 9 A1U w9 Kii iw i 15K4 a j JWU sr3 FK WKa OTMNFV9 R3 K a K RQ M9MQa R9HKK t I Protect Your Property from Fire by a Policy of insurance in the I 5i JEFFERSON f sfe I 1- II FIRE INSURANCE COMPANYc I I Capital Over One Million of Dollarsh Established in 1855 I I i Ranks With The Best Companies irv The United States t r f IIMq w LfUI JLJI