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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h t irl THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWSd- y L ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTn LVOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1910 8 Pazes NO 29 f FARMERS MEETING HELD r IN THIS CITY FRIDAY f W B Taul Chairman Chas Adkisson Secretary Grading at Glendeane Fordsville and Har dinsburg Not Satisfactory t One Hundred and Fifty Farmers Withdraw Turn uii loose Mr Berry from our pledge wus the slogan used Friday When a large number of farmers met in Oelzes Hull to discuss the situation of receiving the pooled tobacco here at Cloverport W B Taul was elected chairman and Chas Adkisson Secre tary Mr Tuul stated the call of the meeting and wanted to hear from every diie what they thought best to do This led to several arguments find when the vote was taien n majority of the votes to still stand by the pool But this was not the sentiments of some and they were determined to kick out the traces a new vote was wanted Some are here iu the Hall that had not come when the vote was taken Give them a show said a man with a square deal in his heart Thats right shouted severalAt juncture a motion got before the house to adjourn the meeting until one oclock that afternoon and it carried i The session was called to order at the L appointed time by chairman Taul j Brought before the house was a motio- l1ita give every man who desired to pool to withdraw on his own personal account This was passed still it did not suit the crowd Things got hot and the Chairman had trouble getting the meet ing boiled down to order again Every body wanted to talk at once Joe Mullen was first to get the floor He wanted the farmers to hang together HDont go out of the pool you will be itheJ mercy of the buyers You can sellall your tobacco that is pooled The other way the buyers will pick around over the best Stay together ant hold Clarkson to his contract Mullen pleadedCbas Adkisson was next on his feet BELIEVES CONFER ENCE OUT COME WILL BE GOOD Miss Alice Loyd Returns From Official Visit to Washington Miss Alice Loyd head ot the press bureau of the Burley Tobacco Society returned to Lexington Saturday morn ing from Washington where she with a committee from the society was in conferenco with the Assistant Attorney p General Wade H Ellis in regard to the investigation by Federal authorities of the methods of the society Miss Loyd said she was well pleased with the outcome of the conference and did not think the Government had reasonable grounds for prosecution un the provisions of the Sherman anti trust law Congressmen Ben Johnson J C CantriIl Harvey Helm Swager Sher k ley J A Hughes of West Virginia and Ollie James were present at the l ti conference besides the committee go ing to Wachington from this city Miss Loyd declared that several ar ticles appearing recently in Eastern papers tended to credit the Burley To- baccoy Society with evils for which t e- yrwee not responsible and pictured Kentucky impossible scenes of wa- rfIPJhOyor 1010 Lexington Herald Gen Murray Has A r Flattering Offer In Indiana j David R Murray of Hardinsburg 4s just returned home from Indiana 1116 where he had a splendid offer pern a law firm with a salary of 8000 a year Gen Murray has not fully decided in regard to the matter ItE C McDonald III 7VB C McDonald of Louisville who WHS here last month enroute to his home prpra Decatur Ill has been seriously w JLffnce Christmas His many friends JiSTcloverport are glad to learn he is loonvdesftent I lj- t U u 1 flM IhiN I set the sentiment is to go out of the pool Mr Chairman I make a motion that we withdraw the motions to everyone who wants to go out of the pool and offer as a substitute a motion that we ull withdraw in a body from the pool Its no use for us to have to hold our tobacco until the sweet will of the buyer chooses to receive it We need our money Spring is nearly here and time to start new crops is almost on us Grading of the tobacco at Glendeane F rdsville aud Hardinsburg has not been satisfactory It will be the same in Cloverport Lets cut loose and sell our tobacco to the other buyers he spoke with all earnestness A motion was then placed before the house to withdraw all previous motions and then a ruction to withdraw in a body was made and wont through with a whoop If thats your will shouted the Chairman line up here and sign this petition to get your release The second invitation was not necessary There was a man scrambles among the men to see how quickly their names could be written on the releases It was lIko getting out of prison There are IsO farmers in this pool and represents about 700 acres of tobacco The pooled tobacco was sold to Ben Clarkson and 200000 pounds was to be handled here Iu order to help the farmers Cloverport business men rented John Felands factory on River Front for their warehouse Delivery was planned at once but no satisfaction could be gotten when the tobacco would be received This led up to the iMday meeting when it was decided to withdraw from the pool As one farmer expressed itStay drawed from it forI good UNIT BILL Knocked OutSenate Opposed To Further Prohibition Legislature Frankfort Ky January nTheVice county unit bill was after a long delay referred to the Committee on Re ligion and Morals yesterday which is adverse to its passage The opponents won by 18 to 14 4 Senators including Senator Salmon not voting Ayes Senators L W Arnett Beard Bosworth Catlett Chipman Combs Eaton Hogg Hubble Mathers Nagle Newcomb Ryan E M Taylor Tiche nor Wright Wyatt NoesSenators B M Arnett Ber tram Gus Brown R B Brown Cure ton Graham Grigsby Jarvis Pritch ard HH Smith J T Smith Thomas Vice Watkins Air Furrow Sick iChas Furrow has been ill of rheum tlsm for sometime at his home on Third Street In the West end Mr Furrow is very much missed by his up town friends First Snow In Thirty- Years Falls At Tulare Dear SirWm you kindly send me the News issued on the 5th of January as we failed to get ours I suppose it got lost on the way or else got snowed under before leaving Cloverport Am very glad wo are in California as our winter here has been so mild com pared with the weather in other States It snowed hero on New Years day the first snow in thirty years You can imagine pow some of the Californians enjoyed it as it was the first snow some of them had ever seen Wishing you success I am respectful lytMrs J C Stith Tulare Cal Fifteen Faithful Hens Miss Mary Cornwall of Irvington saysshe has fifteen hens and every day she gets eight or ten eggs I j lY u IT ili 1 AT TOBINSPORT Operations For Oil Are Being Started By A II Russell Of PensylvaniaFine Pros pests In Perry County A II Russell a Pennsylvania oil and gas operator who is general man ager of the EvansviireTobinsport Oil and Gas Co was in Cloverport last I startling across the river from this place A complete derrick has been purchased and all arrangements made for startin the Companys first deep test well for oilwhich all oil and gas men who are familiar with local conditions are confi dent will be found not much deeper than the gas formation at about 000 feet which has produced so much gas at this place for the last twenty years Mr Russells company is composed of Evansvillo people and has purchased 5000 acres of oil and gas leases near Tobinsport from the KentuckyIndiana Natural Gas Oil Co which is supply ing Cloverport with gas It is charter ed under the laws of Indiana having a large amount of paid up capital which will be used for the drilling of these test wells for oil Mr Russell expects to start work within the next two weeks and states that he is confident of getting results whicn will prove of the greatest value to this town and section The fact that such large quantities of natur al gas have been produced from this field for the last twenty years and the further fact that no well has ever been drilled deeper than the gas formation lead all oil men to look forward to the results of this work with confidence The field is right in line with the exten sions of the Illinois oil field found re cently in Princeton Ind and Oakland City Ind which is an additional ar gument that oil will be found here The KentuckyIndiana Company is now drilling a well on the Whitehead lot in the West End of this town which is now about 700 feet beep and which they expect to complete this week A good showing of oil was encountered at about 500 feet together with some gas A big gas well is expected to result when the well is completed REVIVAL Promises To Be Splendid Rev Pat Doris Has Charge of all Services Children Interested Services in the afternoon at 2oclock nights at 7 oclock at the Methodist j church Rev Pat Davis arrived Satur day night to hold the meeting withII Rev Dillon Pat has already gotten the child ren interested and has his children choir He and Brother Dillon expect a great revival in the Church Sunday School and town Everybody is urged to come Paul Lewis Mr Lewis is one of Cloverports youngest business men He holds t the position of assistant cashier of The Bank of Cloverport Mr Lewis is the son of Mr and Mrs 1 James Lewis of this city At Walnut Grove Church Rev J J Wiltett held his regular services at Walnut Grove chjirch last 1 Sunday The attendance wasgoodII f f i- EtD r n L I I WEDDING FEAST LAST WEDNESDAY Smith Thurman Nuptials Grandly EntertainedMr Lightfoot Said Wedding Dinner Was The Finest lie Mad Ever Eaten TilE REV WILLITT OFFICIATES Quiet Home WeddIng at the home of Mr and Mrs James Smith near town oil January 19th 1910 When Miss Ollie Smith only daughter of Mr and CalgThurmau youngest sou of Mr and Mrs Harrison Thurman of Kites Run this county After the ceremony which was said at 3 oclock P M by Rev J J Willett a least was spread which was beyond doubt rne of the nicest dinners ever seen Iiu this County Mrs Smith mother of the bride prepared and arranged the dinner She being one of the four daughters of Mr and Mrs Sammy Johnson Decd all of whom are noted for their good cooking by every one who knows them the others heart j Mrs Guns Smart Mrs Jno Jeuniugs and Mrs Chas Furrow all of this county Miss Smith is loved by all who know her and is known to be one of the most domestic young ladies und best house keepers iu this vicinity While Mr Thurman is a young man of fine habits a good manager and a thrifty and successful farmer This young couple will be sure of happiness and success and have a very bright future before them They remained with Mr aud Mrs Smith until the next day when they went to Mr Harrison Thurnmns where they were honored with another dinner equally as good as given them the day before After vhich they began im mediately to fit up their new home ut the old Billy Hawkins place 4 miles from town on The Pike which Mr Thurman bought last year from Mr Frank Frnize And made many extensive improvements which promises to be as good a farm as is on the Pike Congratulations and good wishes from The Breckeiiridge New- sTOBACCO Market In liopkinsville Greatest Ever KnownHalf Million Sold Last Week Hopkinsville has come into its own and is now the recognized market of the Dark Tobacco District without a formidable rival The four loose floor wprehouses have sold this week more than 500000 pounds prices going to 1275 The prices this week were lugs 14 to 750 leaf from 700 to 1275 a general advance of at least 25 cents a hundred Tobacco is coming in daily from a dozen counties some being hauled be yond Green river Hopkinsville Kentuckian THE NATAL DAY We hail with happy hearts the Day Which brings to us the sounds of joy Not sorrows tears but the victors lay Our souls with sweet content employ We look beyond Judeas plains And see the Star with lustre rise On the wanderers path it sheds its flame A beacon light from out the skies It stood at last above the town Where slept the Babe In swathing bands Tonight it shines the world around And brings heart and hope to many lands We great thy smile 0 Star of light Which ushered in this day so blest May every coming year be bright With the fadeless halo of eternal rest The above poem was written by the Rev W B Rutledge former pastor of the Baptist church here but now he has a pastorago at Marysville Tenn The clipping was given to us by Mr Wilbur Hamman who writes for the newspaper at Marysville Critical Condition r Miss Zella Brown of Lodlburg is in a critical condition and not expected to live She is suffering with rheumatism and heart trouble j t if Ij WOMEN MAY VOTE In Kentucky Some Day On School Question Great Ef forts Are Being Made By Workers For The Act An Act qualifying and enabling oSchoolers chosen by the people except such disqualifiefrom questionsubmittedto hold common school offices except disqualifiefromBe it enacted by the General As Kentacky possessing male voters in any common school elec tion and who in addition are able tread and write shall be qualified and t entitled to vote at elections of schooll trustees and other school officers re quired to be elected by the people and upon all school measures or questions submitted to a vote of the people and t all women possessing the legal qualifi cations required as to males shall be eligible to hold any school office or office pertaining to the management of schools Provided however that this Act shall not apply to any election the qualifications of the voters at which are otherwise prescribed by the Constitu tion nor to any office as to which the Constitution otherwise prescribes the qualifications of the persons eligible theretoSec 2 In all places where a regis tration of the qualified voters is now or may hereafter be required women who are by this Act qualified to vote shall be registered at the same time and place and by the same officers and in the same manner as male voters their registration however being made in a separate book to be furnished by the County Clerk as is prescribed by law in the case of male voters And all the provisions of law relating to the regis tration of male voters are hereby made applicable to the registration of women qualified to vote by this Act Sec 0 When the elections referred to in Section 1 of this Act are held on the same day with the State County or City elections separate ballots similar to those required in other elections except that they contain only the names ofcandidates for school officers or questions relating to schools shall be provided for women voters qualified under this Act j otherwise the election provisions Sec 4 All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed PRICE OF HOGS TAKES A FALL Drop of 10 Cents a Hun 4 dred in the Whole sale Market Louisville Jan 24SpeclalThep- rice of hogs in the local wholesale market today was down 10 cents a hun dred from the close Saturday In Chi cago the price of pork was 00 to 77 cents a hundred pounds lower iKeef cattle in the local market were iStctionally lower but the reduction wa o slight to materially effect prices Eowever busineess at the Bourbon was very dull although Sfyards good attendance of buyers strike and the situation surrounding the agitation of the question of the high cost of living were the only topics ofinterestThere been no recession in the retail price of cattle or hog products although lower prices in the primary markets will cause the retail markets to yield in time Dr J Byrne Severs In Louisville This Week Dr Severs ot Severs Drug Company of this city is In Louisville this week under treatment of a specialist for ear trouble Mrs Severs and little son Hugh Barrett will be at the home of Mr and Mrs D HSevers during his absence Dies In Montana James Helt son of Uncle Nick Helt of Guston died in Montana last Sun day He was unmarried and about thirty years of age He has been in Montana for seven years Mrs Conn III I Mrs Pike Conn has been ill several weeks at her home in Stephensport Mrs Conn is one of the best correspond eats on the News staff She always gets the cream of the news and writes briefly and entertaingly 11 n4r0 1 1 7 I p HOPE For DemocratsChamp Clark Believes Future Is Bright For ielection Of Con gressmtn L ChampClarkleader did some traveling himself last twentyStates cons people as he tells it and he draws the conclusion that the Dem ocrats will carry the next House It is based on actual observation and the Democratic leader is willing to risk his reputation as a prophet upon it Furthermore Mr Clark believes the Republican party is approncning the liveliest national convention in its history Taft has the office holders but Roosevelt has the men around the forks of the creek and the latter are interestingtAfter traveling over into or through twenty States during the vacation of Congress talking with all sorts and conditions of people my conclusion is that the Democrats have the best chance to win in the congressional elections that they have had since 1894 This condition of affairs grows partly partly PayneAldrichSmoot partly out of the natural desire for a change Souvenir Edition The News was complimented last weekwith a souvenir edition of The Shawnee Daily Herald from Murray Pierce formerly of this city Mr Pierce is making quite a reputation in Oklahoma as a newspaper advertising man He is advertising manager of the Herald one of the largest dailies in the New West Are Some Better Mr and Mrs Robert Nicholas among the oldest citizens of Cloverport have been sick in bed but are improving slowly Grip seemed to be their ailment MRS ODONOGHUE Died Last Wednesday at Her Home Near Hard insburgShe was Eighty Years of Age Matilda wife of Michael ODonog hue died Wednesday Jan 10 of Bron chial trouble She was aged about 80 years Before marrlagj she was Matilca Coomes and is survived by but two of her fathers family Mrs Wm Crews of Harned and Mrs Sarah McGary of Owensboro The deceased was a devout cbrlstian woman a member of St Romuolds congregation a kind neighbor and a home staying home making soul whose life was a benodctlon Her husband and her son Thomas survive her The remains were laid to rest in St Romuolds cemetery Thursday 1 Was Master Hechanic Wickliffe Dellnyeu sat in the chair of Master Mechanic Plank of the Henderson Route shops in this city last week Mr DeHaven is traveling Engineer of the L H St L R R and is most capable of filling most uny place that calls hin- tNewspaper Thieves n There are some newspaper thieves in this town They follow the carrier watch him when he throws the papers then they step in and steal them We have a detective on the watch for these h parties and the first one caught will be r vigorously prosecutedjj III Mr Babbage Recovering a from Hard Attach of Gripl JohnD Babbnge editor and publisher of The Breckaurldge News who Wa athome all last week suffering from grip Is back at his office this weekH t ift ifY1I x n tiiYL- LL t irf II Thousands Hue Kidney Ruble lid Never Sispect it How To rind Out Till a bottle or common glass with your Water and let it stand twentyfour hours a a brick dust sedi ment orsettling- stringy or milky- nppcaranceoften indicates an healthy condi tion the kid neys too frequent desire to pass or pain in the back are also symptoms that tell you tine kidneys and bladder arc out of order and need attentionWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladderandeverypartoftheurinary passage Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be causeof its remarkable health restoring properties If you need I medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent un of it of and onedollar sizes iit ia i K u You may have a sample bottle scntfre by mail Address Dr KiluierCo Din- ghamtonN Y Mention this paper and remember thcnamc Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle PLEA FOR GOOD ROADS Pennsylvania Congressman Strongly Urges Betterment of Our Highways- In a speech made during the cele- bratIon of the surrender of Cornwall Congressman J Hampton Moore plead ed strongly for the betterment of road throughout the country He said With good roads and Improved waterway in the United States the Uevolutlonur war could not have lasted eight years General Washington he said had Insisted that free and easy commercial intercourse between the Atlantic sea board and theI amazing territory to the westward of us was the best It not the only cement that could bind the colonial states upon a permanent basisWashington and his compatriots hi pointed out counted upon Internationa trade to asnlst in building up the colonies and to populate and develop the vast country over which the grasp oC England had been released Commerce and labor capital and Industry demand that the waterways of the United States its harbors and ap proaches be developed now even as Washington and his compeers hoped for their ilevuloptuenthc said It is not that the railroad Is falllnp to give the best It can afford It is not that marvelous benefits un lUng states and sections oceans lakes ant gulfs have not ensued since the Trot horse begun Its civilization of the wit demons It is simply that the popula tion of the country has grown more rapidly In proportion than has the abil Its of the railroad to comply with tut requirements of modern transporta I inn To feel strong have 11 good Appetite and digestion sleep soundlyI nnd enjoy life use Burdock Blood Hitter tn great svsteui tonic and builder To Save Confusion Whcn Moving If you are planning to move prevent confusion In placing ffiirnlmiv In th new hints In Ithe following manner In leisurei moments prejmrt n Inrgs card fur uh room to lhi tucked t the uiitsljeI of the door rains on court lug ilay Assign a number and ninrU u card fur cnoli bedroom Letter IIII other iJirds with the mimes of till nth or Fanny Then prepare n iiumlier of smniiiT inus attaching n siring 10 earn or use lii 471ge tugs Murk enough to put on nil furniture trunks or boxes with the name of the room Into which each iff to lie put Show your movers the arrangement and there will he little ur no error III pliielng while no Valuable time and strength will be lout In directing GfaiSdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAI ROCKEFELLER TO MEND ROAD We Will Put Down a Mile of Model Pavement Noar Tarrytown N Y William Kofkpftller It wns announc ed recently will spend 30000 to re pair Broadway from Ithe North Tarry town N V vjle line to the south line of Brlardlflr The road In trout or Mr Rockefellers estate lots been in bad condition all summer Mr Ilockc feller rides back and forth to his ofllci in New York every day In his automo bile nnd has heal greatly Inconven Icuccd by the condition of the road The road tolie repaired Is more than n mile long It Is proposed to build ia roadway Ithirtythree feet wide be tweet gutters and the contra part to a width of twenty feet will be bricked with pavement blocks On each lull a special block will bo used Mr Rockefeller thinks this road will af ford a model that will he followed bj1 town authorities who are looking for n road to stand up under the automobile traffic Mr Rockefeller was the first person in the county to apply oil to roads and he Is the first to try this kind of automobile road there Subscribe Right Now + V SM1THSNYDER Pretty Home Wedding at Fords ville Last ThursdayThe Rev Jas Lewis Officiates In the presence of her most intimate friends and relatives tit the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John T Smith at Fordsville Miss Nuncy Margaret Smith was married to Mt Paul Craw ford Snyder of Lexington Ky Thurs tiny morning January 20th The beautiful ad impressive ring ceremony was used and was said by Rev J T Lewis pastor of the Fordsville Baptist ChurchBefore the marriage a short musical program was rendered by little MissI Louise Smith a sister of the bride who sang Roses Bring Dreams of You and Mrs Lou Rogers of Lexington who sang My Dear with much feeling and expression sympathetically occom pained by Miss Laze Hines who alsoI played the wedding march The groom entered with the minister followed by the bride on the arm of her brother Mr Arthur E Smith Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Lexington their future home In the evening before the weddingr Mr and Mrs Smith gave a dinner for the house guests who Miss Smith hasI been entertaining and for the members of the bridal party The table was beautifully decorated with pink andI white carnations and these colors pre dominated throughout the dinner After the coffee was served the brides cake was cut by those present whoI were Mr and Mrs Ermon Fuqua Mr and Mrs Lou Rogers of Lexington Mr and Mrs Charles Hoberecht of Louisville Mrs Orville Bennett ofr Nashville Miss Ada May Crim of ludlauopolis Miss Polly Sutton of Oweusboro Miss Lake Hines Mr W P Gordon of Busselvillu and Mr Simon B Smith GOOD NEWS Many Cloverport Readers Have Heard it and Profited Hereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Cloverport are glad to learn that pornpt relief is within reach Many a lame weak andaching back is bad no more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people ate telling the good news of their ex perience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an axample worth reading Mrs Chas Egeman Central Ave Klizatiethtown Ky says On April 8 11103 U1 husband recommended Doan a Kidney Pills in my behalf stating that they had been of great value to me in removing pains front my back and other difficulties arising from i uordered kid eyn I can now add that during the four years which have since elapsed I have used the remedy on several oc casions when suffering front acute attacks of backache and it has never failed to help me Anutnber of persons set ing my statement in the pipsr have called upon me auillI have always told them that Doans Kidney Pills are an excellent remedy For sale by all dealers Price sO cents IosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeiiber the name Doans and take no other Difference In Time When It Is noon at nay given place It is similarly noon at all other points having the sane longitudinal meridian and the sun Is In Its zenith where meridian 11111 equator intersect For business convenience every fif teen degrees of longitude evenly divid ed from Greenwich has the same time being the distance that the earth trav els in one hour In the United States we have eastern central mountain and Pacific time Thus when it is noon at New York It Is 11 n m at Chi cago central time 10 n m at Denver mountain time and 0 n m at San Francisco Pacific timeNew York American News fro111 California Last week the News received are newal for the paper from Herbert Reidel Mr Reidel said that they were having Aviation Week in Los An gles and the flying machines from allI over the world are exhibiting there Mr Reidel wrote he had a dollar left Evidently all things are high in the golden west The Keldel familys ad dress is 3476 Wesley Ave Great Droughts The first great drought on record happened lu UTS and tune two succeed lug years when according to thot records there was practically no rain full In England In 870 the springs In England were dried up and it wasI Imppsslble for men to work In the open air In 003 and 001 the nuts on the trees ftcre roasted as if In an1 oven Subscribe II 4 WARNING To DemocratsThey Cannot Af ford To Defeat County Unit Bill By Gale Rule Says Mayor Of Richmond ExMayor Clarence E Woods In ia letter to the Frankfort State Journal warns the Democrats in tho Legislator against the folly ot tying their own hands by passing a twothirds rule I that will throttle legislation of every character not acceptable to the autocratic Rules Committee Ho says If the Democratic party with our overwhelming majority again thus tieR its hands in the State Senate by a two thirds rule and again denies to the peo pie of Kentucky the right to vote as the Constitution provides upon the burning County Unit question to which both parties stand sacredly committed and shall nominate a candidate for Cover nor not In perfect sympathy with such legislation I shall feel it my duty to refuse to support such a man but II shall take thestump for Judge OKea from the Big Sandy to the Purchase And I believe that the greatly out raged longsuffering and misrepresent ed temperance element of the Dem ocratlc party whose tickets I hay never yet scratched will equally as en thusiastlcally support that able stain less courageous and consistent jurist as- a merited rebuke to the Linns and the Combs and all such Democrats who betray the wishes of the yeoman Demo cracy to do the bidding of the unspeak able John Whallen of Louisville andI the ruinous politics and rotten policieI for which he stands 1 While yet the light holds out to burn yet my Democratic party friends who well know I speak the truth throw themselves into this breach take tin reins of legislation into their own hand and scourge from Kentuckys new and yet unpolluted capitol those who would therein combine again for a purpose sc transparent to defeat the will of the people by rules at once so unDemocra- tic unRepublican and unAmerican Woodford Sun GOOD GYPSUM ROAD Successful Experiments With the Min eral Made by Kansas Experts W S Gearhart state highway engineer of Kansas who recently returned from nn Inspection tour through tho southwestern part of that state says the county commissioners In that part of the state believe In permanent roads nnd permanent bridges Mr Gearhart Is well pleased with the results of the experiment in road build- Ing through the sand hills near Garden City A little more than n year ago ho said Ithe commercial club nnd tho county commissioners requested the office of public roads to said a man out to invest ignIo possibilities of im proving thin road MrI I Spoon the sand clay expert made them a visit and found Ithat there were large deposits of gypsum all along the road Tests were made on the gypsum showing that It would make a good binder for the sand The people decided to con struct 700 feet of toad under the dl rectlon of Mr Spoon and It was so satisfactory that they have now fin ished six miles of road at a total cost of 3500 The 700 foot constructed first is smoother now than the remain der because the sand and rypsum wero thoroughly mixed by plowing disking and harrowing The remainder was constructed by placing six Inches of gypsum on the sand for n width of twelve feet and then a few inches of sand were placed on top of this and left for the trafllc to do the mixing- It requires about two years to get a road in first class condition when con atructed In this manner but It is much cheaper than the other construction Hot dry weather Is the worst enemy of this type of road but despite the drought it Is now in excellent conch lIon and compares very favorably with the best macnflnm roads Tho surface Is hard and smooth and shows no signsI of wear The only complaint any one has to make is that the road is so smooth that locks must be placed on the wagons so that they can bo safely taken down the bills Soma still refuse to get a lock and in going down drive with ono wheel out lit the sand and the other on the hard road One year ago tho sand on the road was so bad that peo pIe living ten tulles south of Garden City Just beyond tho hills hauled their grain forty miles south to a railroad station while nt present grain and produce aro being hauled twentyeight miles north to Garden City It Is a place to go to bo shown If one has any doubt in his mind about the possibility of successfully constructing a sand gypsum or clay road Better Than a Cure IItIs well to cure a cold but better tt prevent it As soon as you feel a cole coming on take one or two Lnpe1 Pleasant Quinine Tablets You will not have a cold and the Tablets will leave you feeling better than ever They cure grip in a few hours 250 a box at druggists and dealers r 1- I WANTS HER I LETTER i I I PUBLISHED I For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis 1IllnnI was a great I sufferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of too system I read so inuchofwhatLydia E Pinkhams Vcg- ctnbleOompounil had done for other suffering women I felt sure it would help mo nndl must say it did help me wonderfully My pains all left me I grew stronger aridwithin three months i was a perfectly well woman I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive VegetableCompoundMrs Minneapolis1I1inn Thousands of unsolicited and genu ine testimonials like the above prove the efficiency of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which is made exclusively from roots and herbs Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to restore their healthIf want special advice write to Mrs Piiilclmiu atLynn Mass Shewi1l treat yourJcttcrass trJctly confidential For 2O years site has been helping sick women in this way free of charge Dont hesitate write at once SKIPPED TOWN Jas La Mont Cherry III Mine Sufferer Steals Away With out Paying Board at Cloverport hotel- S The baldhead man who gave his nome IS Jas La Mont and claimed to be a sufferer lI the Cherry Mine Dis aster skipped town Tuesday without paying nearly a weeks board bill at the Cloverport Hotel and some other trifle accounts Every one who looked at the man twice saw the rascal he proved to be He fooled several in town but there were many who sized him up at the first glauce The scamp lectured at Oelzes Halt Tuesday night Seventyfive it is said went to hear him He played his same trick at Owensboto Good Substitute For Macadam One example of the road bureaus work will show Its usefulness Roads for the state of sticky gumbo sol have been almost a hopeless problem There Is a whole belt of such states along tho south and there Is another belt along the Missouri where wheels sink hub deep und horses flounder to death In a mire more treacherous than quicksand The road bureau discovered from many practical tests that by burning gumbo soil a roadbed compact as mac adam could be obtained at half tho cost of macadam or at practically only tho cost of labor nnd of fuel to do the burning There is no longer any ex cuse for lethargy in road building through the gumbo suites The Other Side Hank StubhR11 llxedI one uv them air agent fellers today Bige Miller How so Hank Stubbs Waal he come sucakln up to my front door an ast me of Ithe lady uv the house wuz in an I said no but the gentleman uv the barn an1 hoss stables Islos ton Herald His Specialty That clerk of yours seems to bo a hard worker Yes thats his ape cialty What working No Seeming toBoston Transcript One Difference ExaminerNow children what Is the difference between pro and con I Bright BoyPlease sir theyre spelt different London Punch Memorial Mrs Clara Lewis Beard daughter of Judge Jesse W and Mrs Clara Kincheloe and wife of Mr Clayton Beard peacefully and unafraid fell asleep triumphantly in the faith on Sunday December 10 1000 at her home in Hardlnsburg after a long illness en dured with patients and fortitude Mrs Beard was born May 30 1830 and was reared and lived her whole life here Her education was obtained in tho schools of this town and she be came a widely read and cultured womanOn 37 1863 occured her marriage to Mr Clayton Beard who sur vives to mourn his great loss In early life Mrs Beard was converted and she at once united with the Methodist church and remained to the- o J o E1 I i t = A I IFuih THE Avenue IHOTELI J7V lJ Ii1if 4Ii4 tnostccntrnlly located and only a2OOrate- Only block tuo princi shopping two blocks principal theatres care the to of the city- Everything clean J For a Limited Time you can get THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Regular Price 500 a Year AND TH- EBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Both One Year For 35QITh- eLouisville Times is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps correspondents Covers the Kentucky Field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody t Send Your Subscription Right Away- to this paper NOT ro the Louisville Times This special low for may withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW TIllS rate is good only for mail subscriptions 0 Two Papers for Less Than the Price of One I Breckenridge News Bargain Subscription OFFER One Day Only January 31 1910 Hundreds of our readers take a daily paper as wellas in order to keep fully abreast the of the world There no better daily paper at any price to had in the State Kentucky than Tho Louisville Daily Herald It is under a management and as good as it has always been it is bettor today than over The regular price the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail and regular price our paper is 1 a year by mail By a special arrangement we able to the wonderful otter of I Daily Herald Year 3 I News I Year For 275 subscription received our office not than Jan 1910 Positively subscription will be accepted less than the regular price received envelope post marked than Jan Send Sor express money order bank draft currency registered letter Subscriptions either paper may be now and will date one year from January 1910 ono year youhave2 for subscription The Herald alone THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky end a faithful consecrated Christian of the sick and suffering found a ready response in her heart and even when her physical strength would hard admit of it she ministered unto them Among the sorrowing and tressed she was a veritable angel of mercy and there few Hardinsburg that have known her sympathy love and kindly deeds her every day life and walk and the manifold relations she sustained to others she exemplified the Christians virtures Since shortly after this Sunday organized she has been a working member and faithful teacher and much of success has been duo io O iJ Iil1 1i Y 1 9re The erst class hotel In city making from pal district from Street pass door all parts neat and h 7Z of of be ours of news is be of new of the of are make s 1 1 Total Both If later 31 later 31 in renewal 31 v The call homes not school t 4 I is at no at if in U or to or or to ly dis are In In was its ii tho one the to her efforts Though others may continue her work her place can not be filled Though dead her Influence i still lives though she herself has passed away the work of her life stWt I endures In tho lives and hearts of others Those she has left behind have a beautiful life to cherish as a happy memory and a noble Christian charac ter to emulate and love As a Sunday school we desire to pay this deserved tribute to her life and G memory as a lasting testimonial of our regard respect and love ii John P Haswell Jr Mrs Allen M Kincheloe AudrewDrlskoll- Hardinsburg A Ky V n JIa I f Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and sufferedwith backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since E49 Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic I Cardul is a gentle tonic I for young and old women preventsSpain feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardul It will help you Your dealer sells it ff 9 CURVES AND GRADES They Aro Becoming Important Owing to Increase of Automobile Traffic Until recently the location of high ways has been governed more by grade than by alignment For obvious reasons horse drawn vehicles demand ed easy grades but were little affected by sharp curves Consequently roads were so laid out as to meet this requirement being made to wind around hills and follow tortuous water ourses with little attempt to provide urves of long radii The result Is a highway system which except In level ountry Is composed of crooked roads well adapted to the needs of wagon traffic picturesque and pleasing but insulted to the requirements of a traffic composed of heavy motor driven chides traveling at high speed Safety Is a factor that hitherto has mtocil Into the work of road build- g o only a very limited extent but hick Is constantly assuming more 1m xjrtance The rapidly Increasing use if motor vehicles places this new rP tonslblllty on the rnadmakcr and- o building of new roads with longer Curves and the realignment of old oads will do much toward reducing ip dangers attendant upon the new odes of transportation The existence of n curve generally icugh not necessarily presupposes he presence on the Inner side of some jstructlou shutting off the view of ho roadway ahead from a vehicle raveling around It Curves having adll of 1000 feet or less are of corm ion occurrence In such places and a1 ridtb of thirty feet In the clear Is us reat as that found on many country ads On such a curve the driver f an automobile running in the mid Ie of the road can see an aoproach ig car also In the middle of the md only about U50 feet ahead At ilrty miles an hour a little less than Ino seconds are required to traverse ils distance and If each car were inning at that speed only a little over ur seconds would elapse between e Instant when they came In right each other and their meeting Many nslderatlous prohibit the establish ont of an arbitrary minimum radius r highway curves but n careful udy of prevailing conditions shows jarly that more attention will have bo fiiId to this phase of road build It the future than has been tiC rded to It in the past Roads must economical they must bo durable id they must satisfy the conditions- t experience has Imposed upon urn but they must be safe Making Life Safer verywhere life iu being made more e through the work of Dr Kings W Life Pills in Constipation Bilious Hi t Dyspepsia Indigestion Liver nbles Kidney Diseases and owel order Theyre easy but surf and Jfectly build up the health 25c at ersDrug Store NOTICE Men sending a news item to this of j please make it as brief as possible lean have room for all the news jhone us your locals and items of itEditor- f LITHE COUCH t CURE THE LUNGS i IITH prE killgs Discovery Ii rOLD8S tJooirIOttlo PRIOE I ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES urrcBD tJATISPACTOB XOJUIY REFIINDED a n qtl F r ROSETTA ITEMS Held over from last week Mr and Mrs Tom Wilson visited Mrs Lee Board Monday Misses Eula Ada and Elma Clay ton gave a social Saturday night Those present report a pleasant time Cw Casey spent Sunday with VV T Chappell Irvine Mercer and Oscar Adklsson attended church at High Plains Sun dayP C Dent went toEckron Saturday on businessMiss Chappell spent a few days last week as the guest of Miss Soda Bennett of Custer Mrs W V Dent visited Mrs Glen Board Saturday James Claycomb moved from R L Adkissons to Geo Canners farm Elizabeth Willis spent Saturday night and Sunday with her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs J WMercer Miss May Ross is on the sick list J R Mercer spent Saturday night with Stanley Ross Mrs John Will Dent of Irvington visited her sisterinlaw Mrs J F Board Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs G C Ross spent Sat urday night andSunday with J L Dent and family Mr Jack Gilpen and Miss Laura Claycomb were Married at Rev Chas Lawsons last Thursday Miss Clay comb is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Carrol Claycomb Mr Gilpen is a progressive young farmer Foster Guill of Cloverport visited W R Beard last week Mr and Mrs J P Garner visited Mr and Mrs J W Mercer Saturday If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour A Wild BlizrarJ Raging brings danger suffering orteu death to thousands who take colds coughs and lagrippe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostril lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of head and a throatgripping cough When Grip attacks as you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley bliss after being laid up three weeks with Grip1or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whcop jug Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supreme 50c 100 Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co The Roads cf Norway A curious feature tIII intviirs In lilt highroads of Norwayi IIs tthe jrivit number of piles upward or luiiun lathe wlwlo rouutrv which have to li openod These gutvs which elilioi innrlc the boundaries of ilie farms or separate the home Holds from the waste lands constitute a considerable Inconvenience and delay to the trav eler who hits to stop his vehicle and get down to open themt Itch ItchlItchli Scratch Scratch Scratch I The more you scratch the worse the itch Try Doan s Ointment It cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it Beets Italian Style To prepare beets as the Italians do scrub the beets without breaking the skin Do not trim the roots or the juices will run out Cook the beets In boiling water till tender drain cover them with water and push oft the skin with the hands Cut each beet Into quarters lengthwise and place them on a serving dish In the meanwhile mix two tablespoonfuls of flour and oue fourth of a teaspoonful each of salt and pepper pour on half a cup of cold water mix then pour on half a cup of boiling water and stir until smooth and boiling Add a tablespoonful of lemon juice and beat In two tablespoonfuls of butter Pour this sauce over the beets and serve at once A Wretched Mistake- to t endure the itchiug painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Siler City N C till I Rot n box of uklens Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Bolls Ulcors Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains vanish before it 25c at Severs Drug- Store South to Build Highways Eight hundred miles of Improved roads aro to bo undertaken by the Southern Appalachian Good Roads association Of these 800 miles aro to bo In North Carolina Poor toads are said to cost that state 10000000 a year An enormous number of tour ists go to the southern Appalachian region but because of the poorness of the highways in general they see but a Bmall portion of It Tho great sys tern of roadways now proposed Is plan ned to make that wonderful region one otiht mcmtattractlya In all the world s tL3u r In Memory of Mrs Jolly Resolutions on the Death of Mrs Eliza T lly- WhereAs The Death Angel hns visited the homo of Mr W J Piggott of Irvington Kynud claiuiel for his own Mrs Eliza Jolly who in early life gavehertelf to the Lord and became tone of the most earnest nUll devout members of Taylors Chapel M E Church ot this place being a teacher in its Sunday School a faithful uuttritig worker in its congregation for ninny years She was ever ready to lend hrjj aid for the advancement of the cause of Christ and give assistance to those in need Therefore B + it Resolved That we as a church and Sunday School feel keenly the loss sustained by her death That the influence for goodexcited by her in the church and community will he asting and that her love devotion and fidelity to her church should be an inspiration 10 us and we shoul I strive to emulate her Christian life RosolvedrThat we extend to the family our heart felt ssympathy in this their great bereavemen Resolve That n copy of these resolutions be spread on the records of our Sunday School one sent to the family and one printed in each of the county pipers Katie M Eskridge Clara Heston Allen Rr Klnchelce Hardinsburg Ky CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought r Bears tho- SIgnature of I ORIGIN OF THE SPLIT LOG Novel Manner In Which Farmer De vised Scheme For Dragging Roads A few years ago a Missouri farmer named King became disgusted as d many a farmer has boon before and S since that time with the condition of the highway between his farm and the neighboring village He studied the situation and one day devised n rude contrivance to smooth the rough places and round up the surface from the ditch to the center so as to drain off the water It was a simple affair made of a log split Into two equal parts a few braces between them anti a chain by which the horses hauled the drag with him upon It lie tried It after a rain when the road was soft and It worked so well that its fame and the fame of tho Improved road spread through the neighborhood and thence far anti wide That was the modest beginning and now the split log drag which tinny farmer or rond commissioner can make hi a few hours Is revolutionizing the methods of maintaining dirt roads methods which have always been noto riously expensive annul Ineffective The drag was not patented and Its inventor with nothing to sell and only as a good roads enthusiast has toured tine country telling gatherings of farm ers rond commissioners and local otll cials the marvelous results both in Im mediate Improvement and In the sub sequent cheapness of maintenance ac complished In the middle west where the drug Is now In general use In deed In one state Iowa Its use on all country ronds Is now required by leg islative enactment Tine great value of good roads to the agricultural Interests of the country is appreciated everywhere A compar atively small mileage of the roads cnn be surfaced with crushed stono or gravel and In Itine cheap anti effective maintenance of the prevailing dirt roads tine device primitive In appear ance tirade from a split log and backed by the energy of an intelligent western fanner promises to be a most important agent NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card tlf thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Aint It The Truth The editor of a newspaper is often accus d of leaving out certain items of news purely because of a dislike of the person to be mentioned or from prejudice or another cause This is all liosh The editor has something like a mil lion different things to think of in connection with the issue of one paper and it is not surpassing if he misses nn Item occassionully or sometimes forgets one which has been called to his attention Nine times out of ten people you ask for news items will tell you they cant think of any But in utmost cases they expect the editor to think of them all and criticise him if he fails inn single item The best way is to give the editor credit for what he does hid md mention or some things he finds amid loesnt mention Breathitt courtly News Something For Headache Nothing else aside from money is so universally sought for as a cure for headache Headache powders are not safe and they give only temporary re llefIn any event The chocolatecoated and capsuleshaped pills called Sher j mans Headache Remedy and sold by J druggists and dealers at lOc and 25c the best headacheare recommended as cured r r The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company B P BEARD President ML II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier Capital 50000 Surplus Una divided Profits 1360247 DIRECTORS Eskridge Richardson Kinchcloc Robertson Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much asttthe banks in this state pay and as much as any safely bank can afford to pay WANTED elm Hub TimberwAi INQUIRE OF TeF SAWYER CLOVERPORT KY HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID USE UighoGrade Business Stationery FROM PRINT SHOP OF The Breckenridge News Cloverport Kentucky We carry a large stockof handsome papers and if we have not what you want we will order it Let your stationery be a true index to the character of your firm and methods WRITE TO US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES fUWell Known TobacconistII Hardinsburg Jan 20 Special T Robarda after a lingering illness falls victim to tuberculosis at his home in Madisonyille January 13 after a futile struggle against the inevitable The cud came suddenly when the inessanger called with out a word he went When he realized that the end was near that earthly hopes were faded and bliss ful anticipations decayed that his health had wasted and that he was standing iu the twilight of two worlds His hopes were anchored to that within r j anJ the veil bio faith took hold of the precious promises of Gods wordCI He sleeps wellIIny is alive forever more And awaits tho resurrection of the just And the loved ones he on earthClNow we see through a glass darkly but then face to face It is hard for us to understand the hand of Providence but God will do all things right A wife and two children Bernard unerallservicesresidence Friday by Rev A Leitchfield pastor of the Methodist Church of which the deceased hal been a member for years The remain i is M Morris a 1 Uctird D S Dr A M C V B F Heard best tq Wf THE J left afternoon D 1 were laid to rest in the Odd Fellows d cemetery Cures babys croup Willies dailya R cuts and bruises mamas sore throntII grandmas lamenessDr Electric Oilthe greatest remedyf ThomasII How To Entertainj t t A most delightful way totmter ain Sr FebrllRfYnumberne l Besides this article new styles and I forII t 0 i I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO h Issued Every Wednesday ye Sumption Price 100 a year in advance 11 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate oj r i 10 cents per line OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono In advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please Yotify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address ZL ZLEIGHTn PAGES I s + P CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY JAN 26 1910 r WHO THINKS OF CLO VERPORT IN THE TIMES y yMonday in tho Louisville Times some one discussed at length the food prices that are agitating tho nation today and in tho article said Groceries save perhaps a few items of country produce arc washigh in Cloverport as they are in Louisville and we add they y arc as high in Pinchecoo as they are in Cloverport higher than they I have been for years but the wages of tho town are just the same Why is it Everybody is crying the same question and no ono canans wer Tho other day one of our friends came into the office and sized up tho problem as follows It is tho old hens fault cause eggs arc sos high I am going to boycott my hens I feed them all the time but ph they dont lay I am going to stop it it is all going in and nothing n coming out He went on to say that there were too many old rl hens in the nation today too many who are taking all they can get and giving as little as possible He said Wo never know about the hen until we kill it and see how many eggs it contains It is the same way about some of the companies and gods of finance i l we will have to kill them before we can see who has the eggs the trusts or the consumers a c GRATITUDE FOR LOUISVILLE PAPERS y LEFT dT HOME BT THE SENATORS The Kentucky general assembly should be ashamed for making c the Cincinnati Enquirer the ollicial organ for the senate The assembly put the Enquirer at the head of the list directing that each day during the session a copy of that paper be placed on the deskof each senator and that the cost of the paper he paid for out of the con i tingent fund of the senate This is a poor way of sho ing apprecia tion of the home press the Louisville papers who have done so much in helping the senators realize their political aspirations Never in mind chickens will come home to roost especially politicians when they want an officer x Prices wore never so high says Bradstreet on ninetysix commodities J that enter into daily and direct consumption by the people The lowest point for commodity prices for which Bradstreet has any record was touched on July 1 flOG when the index number was f 57019 The latest figure shows a gain of more than 01 per cent over this number indicating of course that every dollar you spent then for living expenses you are spending 101 now A few of us J remember the low prices of 90 especially the farmer i i Squire Gco Flamed of Custer was in Hnrdinsburg last Monday Thirty years ago the Squire was an active polictician and Court man andvery few Courts ever passed without the presence of Squire U Harned The Squire is not as oung and active as ho was and tt his activities arc concentrated around home and his 27 grand children in which he finds more pleasure than in playing politics around the County scat t Hon Eo F Dunne former Mayor of Chicago says tho only way to kill a monopoly is to throw its products into competition with the open markets of tho world Tho only way to obtain the necessities of life at a fair figure is to reduce the tariff upon such necessities to the difference in the cost of labor which enters into the production of the sauce here and abroad t llobortson Bros have entered the local field at Gleandeane and are l buying freely at good prices They buy and ship loose in cars Tho American Tobacco Company is still receiving the pooled tobacco The poor farmer catches it in the neck every time The price of hogs has peon reduced 10 cents Whose loss is it 1Why the man who has the hogs to sell It dont effect tho trusts JudgeJ Lewis L Waggoner held his first county court last Mon day Ho presided with grace and dignity and had every appearance of a firstclass JudgeJ Over at Ouster the tobacco market is in a flourishing condition 4 There aro several local buyers in the field and prices are goodand quite satisfactory About the only thing that will keepainn away from the meat market is a good case of grip L Dont rail bscri paperYouTho Brockonridgo News and Daily Louisville Herald ono year for i only 275 This rate is only good until Jan 31 What Ohio James will do on that investigating Committee will be a plenty Mr Sharp Manager t t Cumtr so It has r caused extra line attention for him I troublefJtman Mr and Mrs Sharp keep house tlon econd street on the East 11 Side His brother Fred Sharp lives ik with them and attend school here w- by Eating Rabbits At Evansville Evansville Ind Jan 23 Thousands fightingtheBunnies are selling here dressed for 10 cents apiece or three for 25 cents and thousands are shipped in daily from the Kentuckyraborlng thetheeatingrabbit u t ft i if Ic HARDINSBURG Common School Examination Will Be Held Friday And Saturday Mrs Fred Ferry Entertained If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Dr Arthur Mather commenced n series of sermons on Sunday last at the Southern Methodist church upon the General Theme Lifes Working Creed which consists of a series of expositions based on the teaching found in the Epistle of St James Sundays Courier Journal contained an excellent picture of our Hon Gus Brown of the State Senate He spent Saturday at home looking as fine as his pictureThe January examination for gradu ation from the Common School Course will be held here next Friday and Sat urday by Supt Driskell and his Board of Examiners Work is going on at the old college building now the Red Mens property getting it in readiness for the opening of Prof Martins Normal next month ExSupt Joe W Trent of Custer was in town Saturday and Sunday Joel H Pile was at Mook Saturday to see his father who is quite ill from a nervous breakdown Mr and Mrs Philip McGary of Washington Indiana are here attend ing the family reunion pt the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Sim McGary Miss Hallie Beatty of Harned pass ed through town Saturday going to the McGavock school where she will teach near Cloverport Mrs M H Beard entertained at Fortytwo Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs Fred Ferry of Cloverport A great deal of tobacco is being re ceived here since the pooled product began to move Mr and Mrs Jesse R Eskridge are visiting Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Erve Richardson was here Sunday Mr D S Richardson of Union Star is the guest of Mrs P M Beard Mrs Judith Dejarnette is visiting her daughter Mrs E B English at OwensboroThe has been lifted from the family of Mr and Mrs Marvin Beard who have been confined to their homes on account of scarlet fever Mrs James Tinius has moved here from Holt that the children may have the advantage of schooling Mr Tinius remained at home to oversee the farm Postmaster M L Kincheloe and Allen R Kincheloe will at the Public School building on February 5th con duct an examination for those who wish to be census enumerators for Breckenridge county Gen D R Murray is attending court at Owensboro If you want the best lour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Lewis Family Reunion A most happy day was spent at the home of Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis last Tuesday when they gave an all day dinner party to her brothers and sisters us follows Mrs Head and daughter Jane of Owensboro Henry Rhodes of Iowa Mr and Mrs Frank McGary of Kirk Mr and Mrs Tony King and daughter of Holt Mr and Mrs Lon Rhodes of Kirk Their daughter Miss Florence Lewis assisted them in entertaining Mr Rhodes left Tuesday for Iowa after one of the grandest visits of his life to relatives all over the county From North Dakota Dear Sir Enclosed find P O Mon ey Order for 2 50 for which please send me the News one more year and to please to continue to send the News to my father Jas S Jinius at Holt and also to consider him a new sub scriber for the Weekly Courier see your offer Thanking you in advance and best regards to Cloverport and vicinity I am Yours truly C F Tinius Medina ND Northern Pacific Railway C- oWillis Smith Dead Word was received from Owensboro Monday by Mrs Francis M Smith of the death of Mr Willis Smith a broth er of the late Dr Smith Miss Francis Smith and Mr Lilbon Smith attended the funeral yesterday Notice That resolutions of respect are publishedat 5 cents per lino Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter 1 1 Good Government By The Re publican Party In the making ofa tariff law one would naturally suppose that those least able to lhear the burdens of taxation would not be discriminated against in favor of those best able to pay the tux involved in any tariff levy But what are the frets The man who impoits 1000 worth of diamonds pays a tax of but 10010 per cent If ho imported thousand chi ts worth a dollar each he wouldaue to leave at the customs houseund lack onto his selling piices 001 0016 per ctut I If he decided that he would bring in 1 00 worth of champagne oue of the itetn8 upon which there is a largo in crease the tax levied by the tariff is MOO If he brought In 1000 worlh cf blankets he would pay a tariff tux o 104552IIf he brought in 1000 worth of paintings and statuary all bo would have to payas custom duties would be 200 but if it were sugar he would pay 73870 tax oil 1000 worth If he brought in 1000 worth cf Jewelry he would have to pay 000 tariff tax but if he brought in 81000 worth of wool dress goods ho would pay 1050 92 tariff If he imported a 5000 automobile the tariff taker would relieve him of 2 250 If it were 5000 worth of yarns the tariff tax would be 6060 If the imporation were T COO worth of furs the tariff tax would be 1650 but if it were 5000 worth of clothing that tax would be 1830 If some New York millionaire brings in n 100000 oceangoing yatch the tariff would be 35000 but if the im portation1 were stockings the tariff collected would be 87 9S0C Q D In Comwonor Daily Louisville Times and Brecken ridge News one year for only 350 Goes to West Point Dear Mr Babbage Send my paper to West Point Ky When my time is out please let me know and I will try and scrape up another dollar Yours truly S A Kasey Marries In December Mrs Gilkey who was Miss Ada Knott before her marriage to Mr Ciarlie M Gilkey is visiting Mrs Jas Bishop and Miss Ida Adams Their wedding took place Decmber 2 in Jef Person Mr Gilkey is a successful butcher in Louisville More Than One Kind Of Business Failure I It is well to keep in mind the central fact that there is more than one kind of business failure The first and what might be called the only true failure in business from a statistical standpoint is REV TROUTMAN SENDS BEST WISHES FOR PERUNA I Rev George A E Troutman Mt Washington Mo Writes jl fMyeWife and II Are Strong l m Believers in Peruna I Catarrh and La GrippeJfi j Rev Geo A E Troutman Mt Washington Mo writes My wife and I are strong believers In Peruna t I i ttIt t I =c f r 10 I was cured of a bad case of catarrh when nothing else that I tried had any effect My wife was cured from a severe case olla grippe and wo feel that tho least we can do is to gratefully acknowledge tho merit of Peruua My wife Joins me In sending best wishes for your success Throat Trouble Rev H W Tate 020 Lincoln Avenue Walnut Hills Cincinnati Ohio writes For several years I havo boon troubled Ask Your Druggist for Fm that where a person fails owing money to others This is the failure in which the business world is really interested because in it is involved the loss of other peoples money The failure merely to succeed and the temporary or permanent withdrawal of the failing capIittd community at large that would follow if the failing trader had lost some other persons money besides his own For the first kind of failure there is usually a public record of some kind which can REV GEORGE AETROVTWW with a peculiar spasmodic affection ot the throat It would selzn mo suddenly and for a few minutes I would be un able to speak audibly and my breath would be greatly Interfered with I would bo obliged to gasp for breath I finally concluded that It was some catarrhal affection which probably ox cited tho spasm It Interfered with my vocation as a preacher attacking me occasionally in tho pulpit- I had heard so much about Port pa as a catarrh remedy that I to try It After taking two dotormincdII trouble has disappeared that Peruua has greatly b Rev P E Swanstrom Baptist Pastor Box 228 SwedishII Wis writes that from the Peruna ho Is perfectly well entirely cured of chronic diarrhea and catarrh Peruna In Tablet Form For two years Dr Hartman and his assistants havo Incessantly labored to create Poruna in tablet form and their strenuous labors havo just been crowned j with success People who object to liquid medicines can now socuro Pornna Tablets which represent tho medicinal Ingredients of Poiuno Each tablet Is equivalent to ono average dose ot peruna Peruna Almanac for 19JO J J be stastjcally measured i for the sectthere is really no record at all and the unfortinate business mariner sinks with out the traditional ripple As regards the latter sort of failure it is well to remember too the old sdying regard ind square pegs and round holes A man may fail to succeed several limes yet ultimately win in another line of business and some of the most con spicuous final successes in business have sometimes met with these temporary discouragements Frank Greene in The Century Statement of the Condition of L The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co Hardinsburg HcAt the close of business December 31 1909 Resources c Notes and Bills 305974 51 Cash in Safe 22008 07 Cash in other Banks m 27670 33 Stocks and Bonds 13107 61 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 j Other Real Estate 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00a j Total 371097 31I S Liabilities i k Capital Stock paid inu 50000 00 1 Surplus undivided profits 13602 49kr 7fAmount e n 1 a i 31 Total 371097 31xj r We have now boon a bank in this county nineteen and onehalf years Wo have grown from abreast9ftnoitimesworkproylding for our depositors every safe guard known for their protection and security jublioenterprisej thank our patrons who havo contributed to make the year 1909 the best in our history 1 Very respectfully M H Beard Cashidf r r r 1i Rtilablet adyC- ATARRH Iys Cream Balm iIs quickly absorbed 91ves Relief at Once Itv cleanses soothes keals and protects lit disease melD brine resulting from Catarrh and drlvM away aCold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste nUll Smell Full size GO tsat Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizora 75 eta Ely Brothers 00 Warren Strict New York T5he Breckenridtfe News WEDNESDAY JAN 26 1910 CongressJ1411 nontJobnsonCongress subject to the action of the Demo cratic Primary to bo hold March 12 1010 j ate i PERSONAL AND LOCAL f I Tester Moore was In town Monday take Weatherholt has gone to Louisville rfgf f MIss Eva May has been 111 several t9k days flmlge Wills Is still confined to his home t Harry Clark has returned from Can nelton Orangss 5 cents Browns Confectionery w s Julius Dntschko of Holt was in town Saturday y iThe Girls Club will not meet during the revival- Oysters and Celery at Browns Con fectioneryAfter weeks Illness Mrs Ira Behen Is improving Ice cream and Sherbet at Browns Confectionery Rev Pat Davis is the guest of Rev and Mrs Dillon Misses Jane and Ella Smith went to Louisville Monday Forrest Connor ut Owensboro is the guest of relatives Oysters served any style Browns ConfectioneryR of Lodiburg was in Hardinsburg Monday Try a half and half Cream and Sher be Browns Confectionery avid Murray Jr of Evansville was the guest of Miss Eva Plank Sun day Mr and Mrs Joe Fallon and child ren of Fordsville returned home Mon day Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt spent the week end with Mrs James Skill manErnest Gibson of Lodiburg went to Bowling Green Monday to enter the NormalLadies Home Journall Munsey De- lineator and Argosy for sale at the News office Mr and Mrs Patterson of Eddy ville are the guests of her sister Mrs Joe Sawyer Mrs Francis M Smith who has been ill for sometime was well enough to attend church Sunday Thos TaggertNational Democratic Committeeman from Indiana has lost the sight of his right eye Mrs Howard Chandler Christy wife of the noted artist announces that she expects to bring suit for divorce at onceAllen KIngsbury is so slow Nolte Bros have to put him on a turning table to turn him aroundChas- B HardinsburgMss Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry May at their home on Third Street on the hill Miss Julia Wroe was home from Hites Run Saturday She wts the guest of honor at a dinner given by Miss Clara Hardin Sunday- If your subscription to the News ex pires this month kindly send your re newal promptly before your name Is taken off the list Mr and Mrs Lindsey Graham Wer tie Graham and Miss Nina Bruns of Owensboro have been visiting Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison Mrs Mary A Rothley one of the oldest settlers of Tell City and a highly respected lady died at her home after several months illness Livery Feed and Hitch Stable cennt Hay Straw and all kinds of Mill jjied for sale at reasonable prices Feed delivered to any part of the city Give me a calla- S I Popham HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I MUst Hazel Holder entertained the Senior Class Friday afternoon The meeting was held at the home of pm8loDeatriceMcCracktnand the next will meet with Miss Susie Newton Mark Parrett WM elected valedictor df oq ritI A Y i ian of the graduating class of the Clo vcrport High School 000 Miss Virginia McGavock has never been tardy at school in five years and she is nearly always present nt her classes every day 000 jOne of the most loveable girls In the High School is Miss Beatrice Mc Cracken The girls sny she has one of the best dispositions they have ever seen Besides attending school she takes music lessons and Is a very busy girl at home 5 coo The best looking and most polite set of boys that have ever gone up the hill are the young men In the fresh man class They always look nice They wear fresh collars keep their teeth clean and are above the average run of boys BEWLEYVILLE E P Hardaway Edgar Hardaway and Chas H Drury attended Bard well land Bernard Durott Jersey Hog sale In Louisville on the 20th W J Stith Sr of Louisville re turned to the city Sunday after having spent a few days with his son Wil liam Mrs Minnie Stith will leave for Washington City on the 27th Mrs Chas Hardaway and daughter Miss Fannie spent Thursday in Louis villeJohn Compton has been confined to his home for the past week with the l grippe Some of the young fjlks of the neighborhood spent a pleasant evening and night with Mrs W A Stith on the 24 Horace McCoy finished his school term at Webster last week He has since surveyed the Z T Stith farm and its surroundings with the view of permanently locating In these parts If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Daily Louisville Times and Brccken ridgo News one year for only 350 RAYMOND If you want the best Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Henry Mattingly of near Paynesville visited her mother Mrs Mary M Ater last week J N Stewart lleft last week for Owensboro Miss Blanche Hall spent part of last week with her sister Mrs Rebecca Philpot at Stony Point James Ater and family who contem plate going to Oklahoma this spring have moved In the house just vacated by J N Stewart I Mrs C L Avitt and Mrs Sallie Eu banks and son Avitt spent last Thurs day with Mrs B J Coomes Henry Cnshman was in Union Star MondayBorn to the wife of Oral Coomes Sunday January 23 a fine ten pound boy Both mother and baby are doing well Ben Johnson Busy Washington Jan 20Representat- ive Ben Johnson introduced today two bills relieving several bonded warehouse restrictions to the benefit respectively of the government and the distiller The first provides that whisky may he bottled in pond while in bond in the warehouse this saves the government its tux on leakage and evaporation The second provides a different mousier of burning the data on whisky packages this permits the use of paper packages when desired Representative Johnsoh Introduced bill today appropriating ijtfOOOO for the purchase of a site end erection of a public building at Elizabethtown Daily CourierJournal three months and Breck enridge News one year for 175 Surprise Party Mrs Carrol Faith was complimented Saturday night with a surprise party ot fifteen guests The occasion was In honor of her birthday Her daughter Miss Ruth Faith served beautiful re freshments which were also a surprise to her mother and friends Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses Kenneth Wroe 10 and Jessie May Parton 21j Jeff D Tomer 24 and Katie E McCoy 18j Wm M Thurman 23 and Ollie Smith 21 Ambrose Vessels 22 and Agnes Brown 24 Lee Shellman 21 and Sallie A Vessels 17j Orville Morgan 25 and Jpsje Vessels 19 Owen V Potts 27 and Mary L Nix 18 This is your last chance to get the BrecKeHridge News and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for only 275 t G Q ils o IRVINGTON LaMont Does Better At Irvington Much Society aid LQcar News Going On In The Busy Town Mr aud Mrs Harry Stum Uardins burg spent Saturday andSunday guests of Mr and Mrs Matt Payne James LaMont of Indiana lectured at the Morcman Hall Saturday even Ing His subject was the terrible ex perience In that dungeon of death for seven days in the Cherry mine in Il linois lIe was fine and a good crowd was out to hear him Part of the proceeds go for a public library for this cityN B Neatherton who has served the public and the railroad company as depot agent for eighteen years has re signed liis position with the L H and St L railroad company and has re tired to his farm near town and wit take up agricultural pursuits The business men of the city regret his going and his successor Mr Chas Hawes will take up the work and execute it in a favorable way Miss Mabel Bandy will leave this week to enter school at Howling Green Mrs James King has returned after an extended visit to relatives at Foris ant Mo Mrs A Coleman was hostess for the Missionary Society of the Methodist church Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs Charlie Hawes will come here soon from Weldon to make their home- Irvington Produce Company pays cash for butter eggs poultry hides and furs W J Piggott returned from a short business trip to Louisville this week The Olrls Club will meet with Miss Evelyn Herndon on Thursday afternoon of this week Miss L B McGlothlan of Louis ville will spend the week as the guest of her neices Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Mrs C L Chamberlain has returned from a short trip to Louisville Miss Adell Cooper of Hawcsville will arrive this week to be the guest of her brother Adam Cooper Mrs Kd McAfee was in Louisville last week One of the most brilliant social func tions of the season was the evening party given at the home of Mr and Mrs R B McGlothan by their sister Miss Willa Drury Five tables were used in the progressions and the games were sririted and delightful At the conclusion of the games a de licious luncheon was served Mrs Julia Olarkson has returned to the city and is with her daughter Mrs H II Kemper after a few days visit to Louisville Sell your produce hides and furs t o the Irvington Produce Co On Sunday Tan 21 a delightful party was given to Miss Carrie D Frakps by her parents Mr and Mrs John Frakes at their country home in honor of her fifthtconth birthday Those present were Misses Carrie D Frakes Sue Bandy Mary Alexander Eliza Piggott and Irena Bandy Messrs Kendrick Jolly Ken Bandy Gellla Dowel Wilbur and Harold Parks and Hubert Lyons Roland Smith left Monday for Burl ington to accept a position as fireman on the M H and Eastern Railroad Mrs A M Hardaway left last Thurs day for Louisville to continue her visit bofore leaving for herhome Qt Minot North Dakota Mrs Hardaway was the guest of her sister Mrs II H Kemper in this city for two weeks and was accompanied far as Louisville by her mother Mrs Julia Clarkson whom she will visit at the Seelbach Ernest Reese spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting relatives and friendsCall the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran eed M W Winn Manager Mrs H B Head who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Will Head at Lodlburg returned Sunday- J M Herndon who left several weeks ago for Enid Okla has em barked into the Building Loan and Real Estate business in that city The style of the firm is The Pioneer Finance Co with capital stock 825000 00 Mr H W Henrndon President and Mr J M Herndon Secretary and promi and we wish him much success in this business venture in his adopted State Mrs H H Kemper who has been In Louisville for several days with rel atives at the Seelbach returned home FridayDr P Parks of Frankfort spent a few days at home last week Mrs Ellis of Owensboro Is spending this week with her sister Mrs Foster Lyons Something Tender If you want good tender first class beef and pork call at the Irvington Meat Market Geo Thompson proprietor Irvington r + rr 1 t + Wts 1 Curui for sale In Itluckford Bottom Man1 cock County 150 iwris In who o truck but- svllisvn6OBeresat u bargain C E trlul Olocrport Ky For sulo a Iveyoiir old eistvy tow wIth u calf Jon no Lyons irvliipton Ky FOR SAfIA Inlr box ball alloys lu good I hnrKnlllIor I COfl HALK Agood business Minuted n1 Cloverport cuntrully located and paying VOpOH ALEOne saw mill und Hhurst pow 1 IT Hub r Traction Kn lne III tlrstcluss condition Ono grist mill Call on or write toe ut atopliunsort Thos W Smith POU SA1RI lot on Main Street In Irving Illrornmtlond Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government Pays Railway flail Clerks 800 to 1200 and Other Employees up to 2500 Annually i Uncle Sam will hold spring examinn iions throughout the country for Rail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Departmental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over Ib1 in city or country can get Instruc tion and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 268 G Hamlin Building Rochester N Y L JY A NEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN I PENSff AT PRICES TO SUITII Severs Drug Co I L 4 A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it vould please your friends Brabandt Studio Clovrport Ky Irvington Ky Every Tuesday Miss Blake Wants To Hear From Her Old Nonce In a letter received from Miss Min nie Blake last week she renewed her subscription to the News saying she Is not happy without hearing from her old home every week Her address is 900 Fourth St This is lastchanceto get the Breckenridge News and the Louisville Daily Herald one year for only 275 Dr Boone Rushed Dr Boone who established his dental ofllce in this city last August has been exceedingly rushed with practice ever since and is not able to attend all his patients Dr Boone is anxious for his brother Dr Ray Boone of NewHaven to enter partnership with him and in all probability he will be here by the first of MarchI t Local View Cards of Cloverport Heres a List for Your Selection Depot Shady Spot Bridgelooki- ng East Railroad Bridge St Rose Churchand Interior Baptist Church and Interior M E Parson age Elm Street looking North River Scene Lower Wharf Moon light on the Ohio Besides many Attractive uptodate Post Cards J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY u WoAwrM 1LY4 Clearance SALEI I Rubber GoodsII I Gloves II- II Underwearand II I I Notion- sATCOST II- II I III I I l IGlendeane Ky JIIAIJtltNJWfWJW+ LATEST NEWS Mr and Mrs Richard Marling Davis are probably very soon to bo separated by a divorce oua- At the Missouri State University a course of Nursery has boenstarted with a real boy infant as the subjectl It is said every male student of the Uni versity is envying the little youngster 000 I Master Mechanic P D Plank of the I L H St L R R shops here has been if Florida for several dnysII n U An Unused Bible A bright little boy once took the Bible from the center table of his fath ers home and turned UK dusty pages and said Mother is this Gods book Certainly was the good mothers reply Well I think we had butter send it back to God for we dont lseit here said the little fellow This is a fair picture of many a home and the way the Bible Is treated The center table Bible is n catchall It is a place for relics letters poetry and pressed flowers Exchange W II BOWMKR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LuiiiTFOOT VicePresident O T SKI UMAN Asst Casluor THE OLP RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE A BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 r 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid Ivory 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 Lightfoot W H Bowmer Jno C Jarboo O T Skillman A R Fisher rr- n rt 0 i L t r I FnForRheumatic Pains As we get older the blood becomes sluggish the muscles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier Sloans Liniment quickens the blood limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache withastonishing promptness Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism Mrs DANIEL II DIEHL of Manns Choice RFD No i Pa writes jointsItAlso for Stiff Joints Mr MILTON WHBEIKR 2100 Morris Ave Birmingham Ala writes I am glad to say that Sloans Liniment has done mu more good for stiff joints than anything I have ever tried Sloans Linimentis the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma tism Sciatica Toothache Sprains Bruises and Insect Stings Irlco 2oo COc und 100 at All Dealers Send for SIonuB Free Hook on Hiiroc Address DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS WEBSTER Held over from last week If you owe your taxes you had better pay now and save costs Miss Mary Payne of Bewleyville visited here last week Geo Compton of Bewleyville visited his brother Thos Compton last week Miss Mary Mercer of Raymond spent last week lore the guest of Miss Myrtle Lyddan Miss Mary Smith of Guston is vis iting her aunt Mrs II C Haddock The social given by Mss Ossio Payne was a success and enjoyed by all Miss Mable Bandy entertained her many friends Saturday evening Games refreshments and music were onjoyedI Miss Alta St Clair entertained Mon day evening in honor of MUs Brown of Hardinsburg Tho Bum Side Club of Webster was highly entertained Wednesday h f I I evening by Glen Hendricks and David ClavcombIf the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Vernon Drane has entered Kings wood school for the Spring term Miss Nell Smith of Irvington spent Sunday theguest oflMrs H C Haddock and neice Miss Mary Smith Will Hall fand family whol have been in Bollard county for the last two years have returnedto Webs- terChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Goes to New Mexico J C Wheeler of Louisville well known in this city leaves soon for New Mexico to make his home He was at Garfield last Moday visiting this lagelll- II mother r fWlII S WEEKLY Courieri JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is 1a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Tho regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WKUKLYCOUHIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge News Both One Year for 150if you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to tho Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal rwi iiik Sunday Courier Journalar1 600 200 I We can give you a combination cut ratoon Daily I r or Sunday if you will write this paper I UI I GOODO COUNTRY ROAmC Things Essential For Buildin Rural Highways IOWANS VALUABLE LESSON With a Small Capital Donated by Fellow Townsmen He Improved Road In Jefferson Township Wayne Coun ty Drainage a Big Factor An authority on the construction o highways has tho foiowing to say 1II regard to the construction of country roads Ho says To have a good road In any country In the first place we must have drainage You will all agree with me there because a road must be kept dry or 111t will be soft I have a system of roac work which I have followed for tino last five or six years We must have a system by which to build our roads owe r never can have good roads I know of tio better way to give mj system of road work than to tell ho- I w worked half of ti township for three years then tell how I fixed and main tamed certain pieces of road Flee years ago I took onehalf of the road work In Jefferson township Wayne county In there being aboult thirty six tulles of road In very bad From Good Roads Magazine New York GRADING THE HIGHWAY shape ditched up told culverts In very bad shape and only about forty poll taxes and S3SO to do this work with- I took two plows right and leftII went all over the roads plowing fur rows from twenty to twentytwo feet apart on the side of tho road Sometimes when tho road was In trough shape I plowed as close as eighteen J feet And low places and near culverts where I hud used scrapers I plowed three or four furrows on a aide HyI the time I got over the roads I knew Just what had to be done and how toI distribute my work As soon as it was dry enough to scrape I went on the road with a small crew I fixed the culverts and wherever I felt I had time filled In ditches and threw up low places and got f It In shape for grader I mostly put on ten horses donated by the people In the fall some wanted their roads graded again and donated the work I got 150 donation work Then I went on the roads again with the plows and plowed one furrow on each side of the road then fixed cuiII verts mid put In the time throwing up low places and filling large ditches 1I then went over the road with a grader asking a little donation in some places where tho roads needed a little more work I got 50 donation and the roads in fine shape Next year I1 went on tho road and fixed culverts and places where water had made some largo ditches nhd scraped in tho sand that lodged in the low places and at the foot of the hills When the ground got In good condition 1 took two KingI drags I hitched to them so they ran at an angle of fortyfive degrees corn menced at outside of road and when I name to a hill where the banks needed cutting I hitched near the end so it would cut the bank that was to moveI the ditch over from the road We would go a few rounds one drag cutting up hill and the other down Six years ago a steep hill east of my house was in a trough shape and 1 plowed the sides and threw it In with the scraper until I had it highest in tho middle and about twenty feet wide It took about onehalf day Then I commenced dragging it and quito a largo ditch had got on one side I widened it by running against the bank with tho wagon wheel while driving to tho field using it for a lock I and to wear out the bank A hill west of my place which I com menced to drag some time ago was lowest In the middle I had ton acres of ground to plow which took me about four days I hitched on to my drag with three horses put tho plow on it and started to tho field I com menced the road about twenty feet wide A part of the way there was sod I would bring the drag homo anIII take It back every time I went By I tho time the field was plowed I had an Impression on tho road so tho water took to the side of tho road whero I had gone with tho drag Soon the ditches were a foot deep and of course tho middle was a foot tho high est I kept on dragging every tlmo 1 went to tho field and would set my drag into tho bank wherever It would get mellow The elements did at least GO per cent of tho work You may sight across tho banks and the middle of tho road is no higher than the banks so you see the water has dona tho work and I smoothed up after It Tho two miles of road I keep up 1In fine shapo around my farm and It takes about ono day in the year tc keep it up 1ld1p l Notice That resolutions of respect are g published at 5 cants per lino Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter VJILD GEESE They Never Feed Without Throwing t Out Scouts or Sentries Some of lthe common sayings con cerning birds nli stupidly wrong You stupid goose IIs un expression constantly hoard yet the goose wheth er wild or tame IsI most sagacious Wild geese for Instance never feed without throwing out scouts or sentries J U llIhllIn describes hOw he saw n flock of geese feeding with sen tries out mail how after a time one of the sentries wont up to a bird that wetly feeding und gave it n gentle peck on the bask The latter thereupon left Its grazing and went off to take up guard willie the sentry took Its turn to feed Gentle uu a dove Is such a common proverb that the dove has become the emblem pt peace Quite a mis take for nil the dove nod pigeon tribe are greet lighters and In the breeding season the cock birds Indulge In bat ties royal The fOil I III 11 prejudice against all birds of prey Includes that pretty little hawk the kestrell Now If tho kestrel were known us the mouso falcon it Is possible that keepers would not Invariably shoot It on sight The kestrel Ives mainly on mice and wlrcworms I It Is quite Innocent of killing partridges 111 a game preserving district in southern Siothind kestrels were practically exterminated a few years ago What was the Iresult Over a tract of country of lUOU square miles field mice increased In such myriads that the grazing was absolutely ruined One sheep farmer lost 8000 In one year Exchange 4 Saved At Deaths Door The door of death served ready to open for Murray W Ayets of Transit Bridge New York when his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadi ful condition he writes my skin WAS almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40pounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the dO pounds lost and now am well and strong Itor all stomach liver rand kidney troubles theyre sup reme 5dc at Severs Drug Co Tho Whistle Tankard A rare formI of drinking vessel Is In the poises lull of tin corporation of Hull This IK n whistle tankard which belonged to Anthony Lambert mayor of Hull In IHiirli ihls Hue specimen of ultl Kiijillsli silver wuiv lIf4 tilted with a whistle which iomttt Into play when tin tnnkiinl IIs empty and Is evi drolly iiienii to lie used as a signal for more liquor It IIs told that only one other whisJe liinkard Is to be found In England mi temperate Is England now1 London Chroulc- leAdministratars Notic All personsJholdintCclaims against the estate of Samuel A lIcks deceas ed are notified tolpresent same pro perly proven according to law before the undersigned on or before Feb 24 IHIO Anyone knowinrfthemselves in debted to said estate will please come forward and settle Marion Weatherholt Admr A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia and constipation weakens the whole system Dermas Runlets 2T cents per box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation WLDOUGUS 33I4SHOESBD- YS5HDESX220 255 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas shoes for the past six years and always find they are far superior to all other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability W a JONES 110 Howard Ave Utica N Y If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make- TAUT1111Frethat WI Douglai namnnnd price ii tampe on tlio liottoin fake Aio Hiiltjttltiile It yur ttaltr rlIlIot at you will w 11on write for Mail Oriler Catalog WMlouilM tlrockton Man FOR alert BY J C Nolte Bro 0I 1 tfi- x Save X75 BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- for jsS too T4ioso who bring or mailonly 25 Tim regular price this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy ono for future use = w1 = I r PRINOIPAL Vis isII BUSINESS COLLEGEIKConrOBATru 1 Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY I rm iV1I 0 el LOW ONE WAY COLINIST RATES TO California Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tana Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta Saskatohen and a few points in Texas For tickets on sale Sept 15 to Oct 15 1909 BY THE- SOUTHERN RAILWAY Inquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information J C BEAM Jr A G P A ST LOUIS MO R Do It Now Subscribe w or U I RURAL TELEPHONES h x Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call ontho mmmanageroftho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company have him explain tho special Far x niors Lino rate CUMBERLAND TElEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated lprosrllMew sAOi r 6rsasnrPife1t11 Kentucky School Teachers i and Normal Trainingo Present and prospective teachers of Breckonridge and ad joining counties are invited to consider the now Normal De partment of Kingswood College Special uptodate normal training is offered hero under particular favorable environments Normal students have advantages of good musical instruorr tions good Literary Societies and tho inspiration and stimilus i of advanced college associations and in addition wIll be allowed c ono or more studies in tho collegiate department free of charge I Our second term begins January 1 1910 Much of this term will bo devoted to tho preparation of teachers for practi cal work in tho common schools r I The helpPersonsprincipal of this department seeks to find out wherein may 4 expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to I teachingWo 1 honest and thoro work Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars per termtJ W HUGHES President I j- f We Do ALL KINDS OF job Work1 0 p lr n r AI u i f r j J i I Electric I Bitters faitInweaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified ANDSTOMACH It is tho test medicine ever cold over a druggists counter i 0DR H J BOON- Permanent Dentist it StreetitI Cloverport Ky flIT Y AND- SCHDOLTAX r PAYERSa- re hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the penalty will bo added Remem ber no fuvors will be shown withlout t in rear of Cloverport Bank GhasMaysr City and School Tax Collector ilitllltititet i05t ISiA7il fA FOR SALE II difrfferent i The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Go aKlirartrrlaaSm tnrKrrRr gKetr tl DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- tIARDINSBURO KY Wilt practice hIs profession in all ot unjurtsot nreckonrldgu and udJolalDR ce or Special tvon to collection ad cases and criminal practice llnease practice In United Stifss Dlsul H Ujurt Office ivor Hank of Uardlnsbur AMSTYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers In highgrade Cab vrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod ernte prices Expert tailors e- mployed1j J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCanaeltonInd LV 47 I Puy FURSHides wool Feather Tallow Becorur Ckueat Cotden ScaJYe11ow Root MayApple Wild Qlnser etc We are dealers MUbUed In 1856Orr hall a century in LowmBe and can do better for you than r SciiU qt eemmanoo Merchant Reference u1o1 in LoultriDe Writ lot week pace lilt and ihippiag tat Me Sabel A Sons 2M f Market St LOUISVILLE KY Naming the Rural Highways iiuntryrin appropriate and distinctlye ilQJMI trine road naming suggestion ca Telegram believes originally f meTom nfe columns though it Is by rafernew outside of Kansas foreign countries California and ir regions have all gone into t sSllent course of action in the pas 1Mere is every reason for nam ulg Tho convenience to travelers E definiteness of location when king persons the pride in hayLas asrcity encral good sense of the m appeal to every one fUldI i 1t ih r 1 LC EFOR Our New Serial 3toryv Ihe- Lureof hI I Q obi lIi i 11 V TheMask I e I jo I Which will i = Begin Soon + B- aThe Lexington Herald Leading Morning Daily = of Central Kentuckys 5 BY THE YEAR 5 1911me i ITuoI l periods of less than 6 months hisInI clubs of five 5 or more the rate offi50 is allowed tagbut this applies to now subscriptions only No commission ispI allowed to agents or others on this rate Address i THE LEXINGTON HERALDII Kentuckyoyer I j 1 I tfv t i w U- y U r 0 I J ROAD REPAIRER ENJOINED Physician Who Tried to Improve High way Served With Injunction Wldesprcnd Interest has been created In good roads circles In the case of Dr Donald McCnskey of Vltmcr Pn who has been rrs trained from making fur her Improvements to the NVItmer road n much traveled thoroughfare of East Lnmpctcr township The plivRllan after falling to get tho road supervisors of his local township to fix n dangerous and unkcpt half mile of yellow clay roadway In des peration and at his own expense he gun to make repairs to the road him lf The doctor built King rood drags nd hired horses from farmers through sea the community who would rent and not being able to Induce IlUdy to repair the rood for him the physician drove the team and rodo the drag himself Occasionally n small boy was taken along to stand on tG drug for ballast After fifteen hours of strenuous In bor distributed over a period of sl to eight weeks niter each rain the neg lected byroad was transformed Into a substantial highway All that wasI used was the simple wooden Instru meat termed the split log drug which cnn bo made by any farmer out of a log or n few boards The physicians efforts worked suchI n transformation In the minds of lG incredulous Inhabitants of his com munity thai the road drag met with popular foyer and the road olllclals began to he critically censured fo their alleged Indisposition to fulfill tho ol1ileIinjunction restraining the physician from dole Shy more work of the kind nllegin that he ha l1 done tills work to tho Injury of tle rood at times and to the lnconvcnlcuc of the traveling public The caso Is still befbre the courts Gtellcir n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAAs I irate St rurgerhowl lore I thoughtI you told HIP IIhtUI do I bought fromI you had n pood ninny line points lie loops like ho tins been shot full of ar rows Mountaineer Pole Those be the One points stranger lie tackled n porcu pine the day before you bought him los Angeles Times One Foot In the Grave You see that strapping robust tuna When 1 saw him lust night he haul ou foot In the grave Kxtniordlnnry Who Is he- He IIs pliylng the gravedlgger In Hamlet at the local theater Inconsistent Ho vowed he would lore me alI ways no mutter what happened IUT And got mild tin minutes later be s7museI The Part It WasITeacher In tthis sentence The sickI Gay loves his medicine what part of speech Is loves Small Hoy I maam Its the part that nlnt soChlI I cago News j j j Good Roads as Memorials t YoW Mitchell one of the men of means nt C dlllac Mich has offered a bonus sold to be IIIJ much IIH 300 for each mile of good road constructed iIn Wexford county In the next three years Presumably one of the print pal highways lending Into the county sent will bo known as the MitchellI road Whether It Is or not the aid given in the creation of mtamI Mr Mitchell to be held in grateful reo membrnnco by future users of the I roads t State Supports Good Road Cause The state of Ithodc Island has taken In aloof 43000 RO far this year for automobile registrations The money goes Into tin fund for repair and main tenance of roads Good Highways In Cuba General Carlos CarclaVelez minister from Cuba to the United States says that Cuba has 1300 miles of the mostlexcellent macadam roads constructed of crushed torah Usefulness of Benzoin C Tincture of benzoin should be on 4 every dressing toile for It can be used in so many different ways and Is both softening and whitening to the skin A few drops in a basin of washing water net as a tonic The tincture of cnn bo made at homo by crushing an ounce of the pure gum and putting it Into n bottle with halt a pint of oleobu It should stand for ten days ftthetrained A tcaspooriful of the tine Sl1lelcntrl by the addition of n few drops and It coist full strength ImportanceMrssays that 4 trhamDocsblredictac- He Knew Young Woman adoringly If must F be awfully nice to bo vlso and know oh overythlngl Yale Senior It is Yalo Courant Subscribe today 1 isJ Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry e TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1010 147 14 143 141STATIONS1 146 142 I 144 I 148 Utliy Dally Dally Dally Daily Dally Dolly Daily U 21 4 JO Ii 40 kv 7 16 12 55 7 40LouisvilleI Ar1111L AM AM PM 1111 0 33 f4 5U 8 53 Strawberry 700 124U 7 25 9 39 500 850 Blslioff 6 52 f2 30 7 18 010 t5 09 1909 Medora f6 42 flJJ J917 08 951 f5101 IfU 14 Stltes16 H6 1211f7 02 957 f5 17 0 17 Kathryn 6 112 U2 08 6591001 5 21I 0 21 West Point 6 29 112 05 0 f610 03 ft 23 10 23 Howard 6 27 112 U5 fO 64 lit100UHS3imf6 46 10 13 fS 37 fg U4 Rock HavenG tG fll 4816 4L10 19 f5 13 IV 40 Long Branch- Brandenburg 609 140165310 25 5 52 9 40 li Olt 11 32 0 2510 01 0 59 f9 06 Ekron G GG III 23 01610 37 0 OSU10 43 10 13 Irvlngton6 r 541 1110ClCod 42e10 50 I6 59 E10 27 LOdlburg 5z7 1048 ffb 5411 11 02 640 1033 rllystlc 521 tJO41 526 22x44 Stephensport 5 11 10 27 5 1411 H 17 02 flO 4a Addison 508 11022 f5 JO It 10 f7 04 it0 60 Holt 5 P6 to 19508 f6 barn 03 11 26 7 15 11 OU Cloverport 4 57 t0 07 4 57 8 15- o 12 11 29 7 18 11 03 Strops 5 51 JO 04 4 i1I 812 6 zl 11 as f7 2y 11 11 Sklllman 4 46 IU 55 4 44 EB 03- f6 11 45 7 37 11 ld Hawesvttlo q 38 913 4 36 7J27 11 51 t7 45 11 25 Petrie 11432 tU 37 4 28 qii f0 32 GG 117 5U 11U Adair6 40 P 03 428 t0 57 424 f739 31e4 lU CO 17 4 11 fl 246 t7 U3 53 lz 12 14 g H ill 4D Maceo 4 09 U 08 f4 04 7 lli f 05fI rPM Owensboro 3 50 f8 45 I 3 45 6 65 I7 18 12 fttf741i87f734g14 1 l1 fU 10 121S Reed 3 t2 807 3 17 f6 1 7 53 108 fO 16 12 43 Beals 3 18 8 U1 3 13 f6 lfi 7 58 1 10 9 18 1315 Spottsville3 10 7 58 f5 11 6 13 8 OU 1 15 fg 24 12 SO Baskett 3 12 7 52 f3 O7 6 OS A 8 2115 1 30 t42 t 95 tleuderson 3 00 7 39 2 55 li 85- q J M 48 1005 128 Howell 242 716 2 30 1 55 10 15 1 36 Evansville 2 35 7 10 2 30 740 740 S1 LOUIS 000 834A 51 1 111 1 M A M L fl Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisThrough man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis fromeastfroQwestHartford Line BoundeSecond Class 1st Glass 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONS MixedfullyS etunday6 45pm 5 30am IHOatn Lv Irvington Ar 10 lOam I 1140pttt 25Il 709 f555 sll3J Onrfleldu5D42 s327 s1110 f720 f6 07 flMj u Hnrned uf9 18 307 1058 s72Ux612 S1146 u Junctions923 s257x105334 s6 111 sit SO Hardlnsburg x923 243 slO 18 s74l sll27 sUM Junction x017s2i13 s040 f7 t0 f637 120apmuuKlrlc WOO 1222 1031 757 fII15 f120UkQundyu f90a 202 fl024 s8IObU59 S1220 Olendeanos8 G9sl 47 slO la sSlo 1700 s228 Uempsteru s531x140 sl2bpDam sl005HI1001fUf9j6f90S953flJlJ 59 20 120ooEImltch 813875U935EARLINQTON430pm 4 10 am Real Estate Department Do want to farm youaay just you department Jf you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and tat us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties us being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onto and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D RahhanP 3 300HO acres S miles from Ouston t miles from rrvlnutoni well Roodtlmherollj j fron houso Improvements Rood four room- dwelling with lrllijiii mi buck perch two Rood bsrns born anrlteaont houso uu llcis torn buck In the acid moot and hen house wood shod will Rollou easy payments plenty smtill fruit Further particulars address Jno U nalibago UluvcriK rt Ky 67 AGUE PAItM 5 room cottnire ball and porch In Rood repair Rood stalletoch meuthousoaches anti grapes n wood well and never Nprlnit for stock water 200 yards oust 1I1lthSohool2 00UIvor 160 acres four miles west of t 3 miles from brunch all fresh lund I 100 acres In cultiva tion 60 acres In gross will product the best rn wheat and tobacco In nolKliborbood Plenty lasting water well nt door of dwell dwodlnff 2 rooms nnd side room good stable 3 tobacco bums 3 tenant houses Plenty of Rood timber for farm purposes Rood land to clear Trice 13000 H cash C3 ncin 352 acres on IIurdlnsburR und OyOU trails Of eiuklnjt road A miles Sample Improvements two onestory throe bIll barnes hog house and- acksmith shop all necessary outhouses acres unOor cultivation and pasture =res In timber white oak black ouk beech and sugar tree all good sloe Plenty oJltood cornblued wholeloulothoxchulIJo for IL dwolllnR house In Cloverport venuoYoU f S andImilesfromnudoodbeechtimbertimberitoochbeImuledLimestonelandfortnlmnpnyoarroundtoeasy c POR SALEA farm coutlLlnlntiOacresand OvolCoa store room over It two Rood stock burns I n poaentreesmostall1 nleovInyardclearedbalanceseveralgroves tcwireEkronOHlong and easy payments OJ FOR SALB physician A splendid stand for a druggist obyJusttheto1ltep busInessAnrotlreIsIlnrtlcularslddrossport ICv Better get that Job Work done now fjJ r fI ii i U- r 1 j i II V Ar tltNtJtNtIIJN aJUrl S BIG REDUCTIONIn Mens Suits Overcoats and Ladies Cloaks IUMENS SUITS Mens Suits Worth 1500I= I10 50 liens at Suits Worth 1250 9 0000- V liens Suits Worth 1000 at W 8 00 Hens Suits Worth 750- at 5 g98 Mens at Suits Worth 500 3 98 not to of w v w + M+ w Mrs W J Schoop is visiting in Louisville Mrs Georgia Sargent was called to tiwensboro last week to attend the funeral of Win Sargents little son Marion nix is able to be up again after being confined to her room for several weeks with a broken limb Coruelouc Stiff wns called to Hender son to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Allie Dickons She hat a host of friemls here who are sorry indeed to live her up she leaves n little daughter mil husband H sifter brother and moth rr who have our W T Sclioop tetiirned from Louis title Sunday Stanley Ciior and fees Allen left IfouilHy with the gasoline host foul l1C to haulI cor for the Elevator Company at Uuioiitown If voi went the best flour buy the BEST patent flour The U S Covernments in itt Pure Food Law does tint indore1 or Kiiartuitee1 Hny preparation at some in their adveititements would umke it appear In the case of medicine tit law provides that certain drugs shall be mentioned on the labels if they are ingredients of the prepara tions k Flys Cream Balm the well known fatally remedy for cult ni the head hay fever and nasal catiinh loebnt contain a tingle injurious drug so the umkerH have simply to print the fact that it complies fully with nil the of the law Around The Corner It you want to see how a man walks talks or cats get Jci Graham to show you He can imitate any fellow young or old that conies to town or tint jis in town The otber night Mr Graham Jtad quite an audience on Fishers corner showing the steps of doctors lawyers tailors merchants printers clothes cleaners trouble men nail bankers lIe is a perfect comedian aria initutor The fellow that Joe Graham cannot make laugh is passed redemption 000 I You know you are the ugliest white man in town said a young woman tow n new comer the other day around the corner Yeti I know I aint pretty but i she writes to me every day and we are going to get married in February r replied the hopeful mans 000 What will be encouraging to the fair sex are the remarks Dr Simons made the other day to a city woman who said ho was the first man she ever saw in her life who would admit that men ti are vainDr Simons said A girl can win any man she wants if she knows r how Women are leaders in all circles of life they can lead men Men are vain Many girls would be willing to pay for how to win men the man n man or just any old 9re creature It ought to be an easy way for the Doctor to get rich quick 000 People are always of the new rich without even noticing the new educated for a source of amusement The other day a man of learning came In Noltes store and naked Chas Fallon for a calendus to read the days by an J another said the comet was going to be to the world Bill to Protect The In view of the fact that the law de partment of the United States Govern ment has been const Bering the bringing of a suit under the Sherman Antitrust law to dissolve the Burley Tobacco Society Cantrill of Kentucky this week introduced a bill in to amend the Sherman law so as to exempt farmers in pooling their crops from the operation of this law The proposed by Mr Cantrill is to add to the lest section of the rfherman law the following The provisions of this act shall in no case apply to any contract or combi nation in any form the purpose of which iU to secure to la orers or employes a reasonable for their labor nor to any contract or in any form the purpose of which is to secure to growers or producers of agricultural products or live stock a reasonable price therefor bust such contracts and combinations are expressly exempted and excepted from the of this act Demamd For Louisville 1 Ky Jan 22The peti tion of 1200 employes in the wood WOI king department of the Louisville and Nashville shops for a 10 per cent increase in their wages has been refused and notices to that effect have been posted tn the various departments where the petition was circulated Theadore II Curtis general of the of the Louisville and Nashville railroad decided that the demand could not be granted In The peanut crop of 1909 brought la 000 000 Of which neat little sum Tennessee came in for n large and liberal slice The peanut possessed no till along about 1870Formers Home Journal Get Their To say that it pays to advertise is proved by the lost ads that have been in the News lately Oscar Powers lost watch was returned through an ad so was the lost muffler to Dr Boone and Miss Louise hair pin was also returned last I h L 7 t MENS OVERCOATS rIen 00atMens Worth 1000 at 8 at Worth 700 5 9 8 Worth 500 atr j 3 1 lot Boys 8 9 10 11 worth 250 sale 1 Io 39Catwill hold for the next Ten Do fail take advantage sympathy Lewiport manufacture speaking Burley Society Campbcll Congress Amendment combination provisions Wage Increase Refused department Money Peanuts commercial importance belonging Babbagos Mens Mens price Meat Boycott Has Will Have to Give up Dog All dealers in dog iu Cloverport will have plenty left on hands if their stock is as large as usual and if the meat eaters of this city are of the same mine as those of the nation Labor unions and persons with socialistic tendencies in every large city in the nation have become involved In the crusade against the alleged Beef Trusts Pioniinent beads of packing houses have been summoned to appear before the Federal grand jury in Chicago The boycott on the treat business originated in Cleveland and the crusade for lower prices in meat ha gathered forces everywhere Fashion Notes The ferrule end ofa new parasol iis like a twistedrope Petticoat flounces showing little o- no r fullness yet with scalloped edges are trimmed with lace Numerous Russian suits are made with sleeves cut in with the jacket per tious The yoke is also shown on the Russian jacket with a band of trim ming extending nroijnd at the bust line The sleeves are trimmed in line with the yoke A colorless little tan silk with a pjlka dot of the sama color looked a hopeless mass of nothing until bright ened with a lace yoke in which laven der appears Lavender velvet ribbons did much toward heightening the arrangement upon the bodice of a silk dress was a piece of silk hollowed out for a scaut yoke It was cut with armlets to slip over the sleeves This made a threeinch band of sit across the front and back of the bodice The design suggests itself as something useful for trimming a dress slightly worn under the arms for the sleeve pieces are circular and would hide a worn place or stain upon a good frock Let Them Dig The Louisville papers through their at Frankfort announce that there will be quite a fight over the bill to extend the operation of the local option law Just why there should be quite a fight or any fight at all is a question with us as we are very much incline to think that a big majority off these were voted for by their home people after committing them selves to vote in favor of the measure Whether they did so or not it is dead certain that they wouldnt beat Frankfort if they had announcedI they wouldnt do so Thereis no surer n way for a rep resentative to dig his own grave then to defy the wishes of his and stubbornly vote against their expressed willIa Rue county Herald I a 1 h CLOAKS at 1250 0 00atflQat750 8a 650Aat F at 3 at at 3II U Sii 1 EDF ALEXANDER IRVINGTON KENTUCKY fnwww wwr vawwrrwMwwurYn aMnMrwwww wwyw STEPIIENSPORT requirements distinguished prescriptions acalamjitiam Representative compensation superintendent Belongings we- ekSubscribe Overcoats o0 Overcoats Overcoats 98 Overcoats 149 These prices good Days these prices QUIT Becom- eNationalCloverporters beautyA correspondence representatives constituency A A SIMONS President B 1ft PffS 1 J C iMATTINGLY VPro ldent ip HAAEhE BOARD OF LEWIS I IH Incorporated lV03 and wish all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore con patronage and Influence We have made our to double our business 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether it be large orsmall we will and give It our very best attention lt is better to keep adding to a small account than torr be reducing a small one If you are not already a customer we invite to our board of directors composed of successful business who direct the affairs of this bank Fully insured paid on time deposits If our methods please you tell others If not tell us and we will see to it the fault if ours S will be L I 1 We your in the past and hope to serve you in the when in need of any in our lines Oliver and Photo to Funeral Directors and Licensed to Practice in Indiana and All Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night Cumberland Phone 23R Designs for Funerals a Specialty I i for over 30 days We will continuo to soli on i ments and notes as in tho past h for = bill are unpaid as above Please do not ask us for other terms than above 5 M C W vWI CITY Are Not as Smart as They Think Country People Better In formed Upon all As a whole country people are better educated than city people said a traveling man last week He went on to say I um in the city a great deal as well as in the country and from close observation I have learned that the people who live in the country and smaller towns are better educated along all lines than those who live in the 11city They read more have a broader sense of view they travel more and see more of the real things oflife than city l folksCity people even those in ordinary r tr f f1 l 11 j f Tt Y NY y1 LADIES Ladies Cloaks Worth h Q9 00 Lad r Lad Ladies Cloaks Worth 59at a t Ladies Cloaks Worth JU h j Ladies Cloaks Worth 5 w 98 Ladies Cloaks Worth 4 N 2 9 8 ffif Ladies Cloaks Worth 96 I I vnwrr EATING MEAT DIRECTORSPAUL CashierMARIONBANK OF OLOVERPORT Capital Surplus Undivided Profits 2260000 WFtrlbutedtheir resohiffon durinj appreciate continually yourattention men Intrest corr6ctedWftJ SI To Our Customers From 1860 to 1910 1iJtI appreciate patronage future goods Furniture Sewing Machines Typewriters Phonographs Records Eastman Kodaks Supplies Personal Attention Given Funerals Embalmers Embalming Kentucky IFloral 1910iintllt Agent Laundry Shipped Every Tuesday employceskRespectfully HAMMAN SON By HAMMAN Prop PEOPLE Matters 9 1 circumstances are narrow and only know that which transpires in their immediate circles They have little time to read of the outside world and know practically nothing about national affairs Country people can discuss government current topics of a wide scope the lives of great men and com mercial trnnactions with understanding City folks chief talk is about the latest vaudeville or play or sometimes the city elections and every four years they discuss the next president or governor Few of them know much of religion or educational matters They are too rushed iu an effort to make a living to inform themselves beyond the question ot existence As to scandal they love to roll it on their tongues as welt as the folks living in small towns who have nothing else to talk Its a fact the countrybucksthose of the city dwellers And the f 4 Yl1- st tF f Q r I TtC4 l strange thing city people think tlti are so smart He also said if cY 1 people were better educated inttl perauce matters whiskey could l ii t fvotetlt Mkeepsi rrination wet Gus Bunde Gus Bunde who was tried by La Skillman at the city jail last week W held over for a trial in Circuit Colft Gorge Passed iX everypfltheCloverport and several barges y I1the river The gorge dill little di L t 47 X