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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1TI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- UL XXX IV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1910 8 Pages NO 30 ARTHUR COUTY Dies at Nickerson Kans Funeral Held Here Yesterday Afternoon From Cloverport Hotel The remains of Arthur Coutywho died Saturday in Nickerson Kans reached here yesterday morning on the five oclock train The body was ac compained by Mr and Mrs Jas Couty parents of the deceased and Mr Joe Couty and sons Joe and Will outy of Owensboro The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from The Oloverport Hotel the services were conducted by Rev Dillon and the interment took place in the Cloverport Cemetery Mr Couty was quite a young man but had been an invalid six years His death was quite a relief to him Ho was twenty two years of ago and i moved away from here eight ago Rheumatism was the cause o his death Mr Couty was a member of the Nickerson Methodist church In Cloverport there are quite a number of young people who were his playmates and regret bis death Mr Couty loved Cloverport and It was his request to be buried here MRS GARDNER Dies At The Ripe Old Age Of NintyThree Years At Her Home In Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Jan 31Speclal Mrs R G Gardner fell asleep January the thirtieth at five minutes after 2 P M She was nintythree years ot age Mrs Gardner and her beloved hus band came to Hardinsburg sixty years ago They conducted a boarding school until after the close of the Civil War For three weeks Mrs Gardner had been very ill and her suffering ha- r1been intense Expressions of deepest J faith would he uttered even when the pain was almost unendurable Her son Dr T W Gardner Supt of the West ern Lunatic Asylum was with her nt the time of her death also herson Mr R G Gardner of this place Dr Charles Gardner of Grand Tower 111 came to the funeral Dr Will of Colorado Springs Col was unable to bepresentA character has passed from our midst Mrs Gardners most active interett was the work 6f the Womans Home Missionary Society of which she was president for thirty years She was a cripple for eight years and aevoted most of her time treading Her mind was very active and her conversation characterized by broad charity sweetness of spirit as well as extensive reading Her sons may wellI call her Blessed as they consider her life of good wor- ksCritically III At West Ppint James Bland of West Point is criti cally ill from a stroke of paralisis He formerly lived at Brandenburg Stuart Owings another Meade county roan in in a hopeless condition at a sanitarium in Louisville He is suffer r ing from a nervous break down I I BABBAGESTONE Prominent Young People Marry In Jeffersonville Wednesday Evening Cupid surprise mAny friends Wednes day evening when Miss Mary Elizabeth Babtnge and Mr Harvey R Stuue were married in Jeffersouville The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Courtney Babbage of Louisville and has many relatives in this city Mr Stone is the so of Mr J E Stone who has a nice farm near this place Ho is a brother of Mrs Louis Hinkle The marriage was quIte a surprise to some of the friends of the young couple but there were quite H number who bad an inside track to Cupids footsteps They had been sweethearts for n year or more Mrs Stone has been visiting her cousin Mrs Chas Kiel other relatives and friends here since Christmas Wednes day she and Mr Stone left on the morning train for Louisville Before boughtfnearlyall to take to Mr and Mrs Babbage to buy their consent Mrs Stone is just eighteen years of age and is a hand some yonng gir- lHONOR ROLL t Of Irvington Public School Pupils Make Fine Record Pupils not missing a day in five months are as follows Guedry Bramlette Bessie Arnold Maurine Ashcraft Julia Lyons Iva Rice Hubert Penick Hayden Bram lette Byron Jolly Wilber Parks Har old Parks Juniue Stith Victor Lyons Harry Smith Virginia Head Thelma Baeuchamp Ethel Thomas Margaret Jolly Nell Bramlette Earl Chitood Lorena Pentck Conley Arnold HONOR ROLL BY GRADES 8th Grade John Jolly Harold Parks Carrie D Frakes Hubert Lyons BessiedArnold Biron Jolly Julia Lyons 5th GsadeMaurine Ashcraft Hu bert Penick Alvin Rice Mildred Chit wood4th GradeVirginia Head Ethel Thomas Thelma Beauchamp Mar garet Jolly 3rd GradeLorena Penick Clarence Sipes Conley Arnold 2nd GradeNell Bramlette Marion May Earl Stith Goebel Thompson Mabel Adkins 1st GradeRuth Honeger Ross Blythe Nellie Adkins Ray Dcwell Mrs J Sippel I H T Cowley Teacherst Mr Hansborough Dead Morras Hansborough died of typhoid fever at his home at Hodgensvillo Monday morning Mr Hansboroughwas at one time on the staff of the Brecken ridge News and the Louisville Times He spent most of his time with The LaRue County Herald and was a most capable newspaper man He was a brotherinlaw of Rogers Gore Tar Springs Up The Tar Springs resort is probably sold again to a new company as parties were here Monday from Chicago to see it IRVINGTONS NEWSY LETTER OF INTEREST Mr Harris Sells Rock Crusher at WebsterMr Chamberlain UnderGoes Operation NEW REALESTATE COMPANY Miss L B McGlothlan after a ten days sojourn here with relatives left Monday for Princeton Ky Mrs Kate Bennett left last week for Owensboro where she will visit her mother Mrs Lizzie Lewis for ia monthKendrick Jolly has accepted a posi tion with The Irvington Produce Co C J Carnegie of Evansville Ind has purchased the Rock Crusher near Webster from J G Harris and is re furnishing It on a much larger scale and expects to make much out of this very fine rock Mr Carnegie is a near relative of Andrew of national reprutationEdd is Improving the in terior of his store Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran eed M W Winn Manager Miss Mary Henry returned Saturday from Brandenburg where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Elite Richard son Ben Bates returned Friday from Locust Point Ind Mr Charlie Simmons has purchased 24 head of fine Jersey cows from Beard Bros Hardinsburg prepaitory to open Ing a dairy on his farm near town The dairy will be managed by his sonin law Mr Harry Gorsuck- H H Kemper will leave today for Gratz Ky for a visit to his parents He will be absent from the city about a weekJoseph Piggott was the guestof Miss Eula Wathen at Bardstown Junction last week Miss Mary Brown returned Saturday night from Lewisport where she visited her sister Mrs Walker Brown- C L Chamberlain who was Injured in a wreck on thq branch road several months ago went to Louisville last week to undergo an operation at the Deaconers hospital The operation was a success and he is getting along nicely at the present Miss Blanche Payne of Lodiburg is spending this week as the guest of her sister Mrs Edd Robertson The Girls Club will meet with Mrs Louis H Jolly at her home on Walnut Ave on Thursday afternoon- Dr Bush dentist was in town Fri day and Saturday- On Thursday afternoon Miss Evelyn Herndon entertained the Girls club Progressive fortytwo was played of which there were four tables Dellclcious ices were served after the gamesMrs Nannie J Wathen with a party of friends from Louisville left ihe first of February for a trip through Texas New Mexico and Oklahoma Mr Will Fellenwider of Little Bend Kyspent several days in the city last week with his sister Mrs J K Dram lettJ N Norris Sons and Co comtnissior It rL F ro C8 To Our Customers From 1860 to 1910 I We appreciate your patronage in the past and hope to serve you in the future when in need of any goods in our lines Furniture Sewing Machines Oliver Typewriters Phonographs Records ei S Eastman Kodaks and Photo Supplies hu l1 1 Personal Attention Given to Funerals era r Funeral Directors and Embalmers Licensed to Practice Embalming In Indiana and Kentucky qra titsAllt Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night Cumberland Phone 23R Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty I 1 RULES 1910 4i No goods will bo sold on open account for over 30 days Wo will continue to soil on install Ja month and notes as in tho past W Qu Agent for Laundry Shipped Every Tuesday f All laundry bills must be settled by tho 5th of the month following dates except to employees 1 A of the Shops and Railroad which must bo settled by the 20th No laundry will bo delivered whore e bills are unpaid as above Please do not ask us for other terms than above Respectfully rot 44M HAMMAN SON By C W HA1MAN Propr cu I 4 J 4 s IIAKINO POWDER I Royal bas the award when aor tested in 3FI Mj r IMA sg IQ l CEto MRS JOHNSON Dies ilorninga Christian Woman of Hites Run Neighbor hood Gone Mrs Johnson wife of Lillard John son died at her home near lutes Run Monday morning Mrs Johnson was about sixtytwo years of age and was quite wellknown over the county Be fore her marriage she was a Miss Burdette the daughter of Cephus Burdette She is survived by several chrildrcn and had two sons in the regiments at the Phillipincs- Tho funeral of Mra Johnson was held yesteaday morning The remains were buried In the Hites Run grave yard She was a member of the Hites Run Baptist church merchants of Louisville have opened a branch house on Main St and are read for business Mr Jno Kennady their representative will have charge of it Mrs Jno Wimp had an all day dinner Friday in honor of Mrs Julia Clarkson of Big Spring Mrs S P Parks returned Monday from Brandenburg where she was called because of her sister Mrs Will Ashcraft being ill Miss Susie Pollock who has been visiting relatives at Concordia Ky has returned home If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Among the that last week tiled articles with the Secretary of State at Frankfort was the Irvington Developing Association Tho object of the new corporation is to buy and sell real estate and improve same Capital stock 5000 Incorporators John R Wimp Dr S P Parks and Dr L B Moremen DONT WAIT Take Of A Clover port Citizens Advice Before It Is Too Late When the back begins to acheI Dont wait until backache becomes chronicTill kidney troubles develop Till urinary troubles destroy nights restProfit by a Cloverport citizens ex perienceA Railroad St Cloverport Ky says I can say that Doans Kid ney Pills live up to the claims made for them My kidneys and bladder were disordered for twelve years My back ached severely and when I stooped or lifted sharp twinges darted through my loins causing me to suffer intensely When I first arose in the morning I waia lame and sore and the slightest work exhausted me I was also languid and at times felt very nervous Headaches and dizzy spells were added to my affliction and too frequent passages of the kidney secretions caused me great annoyance particularly at night when I l was forced to rise from three to six times I used but one box of Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers Drug Store and received almost entire relief I intend to continue with them and have no doubt that I will soon be en l tirely cured For sale by all dealers Price sO cents FosterMilburn New YorkCOilBuffalo sole agents for Remember the name Doans and take no other Aged Woman III Mrs DeJarnette age eightyfont years is yery sick at the home of her daughter Mrs Barney Squires r JtJ L RJ rIA il lm f i iix1l Used the World over No other article of human food has ever received such em phatic commendation for purity and whole someness from the most eminent authorities I always received highest exhibited competition to fj Monday corporations Advantage usefulness PARRISH Will Have To Go To Penitentiary At Once To Serve Five Years Decides Court of Appeals At Frankfort The Court of Appeals said the last word Thursday In thu case of Jas H Parrish He will have to go to the pen at once to serve five years for wrecking the Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Company Preachers Entertained Rev Davis Rev and Mrs Dillon have been entertained to dinner by the following Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Mrs Francis M Smith Mrs H A Oelze Mr and Mrs Wick Moorman Capt and Mrs Rowland and Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer Marry In A Buggy While seated in a buggy in front of the residence of Rev A N Couch Albert Morgan of Rome and Miss Anna May Bishop of Owousboro were married in the latter place Thursday afternoon Manufactures HorseRadish Mrs Chas Tinius of Stephensport is making quite n success in nmnufac torini horseradish She grows it prepares fells and delivers it and has established quite a large trade COMET Hangs Over Cloverport Gets Brighter Every Evening Those who want to see the long heralded Halleys comet may see It with the naked eye by scanning the southwestern heavens The comet appears every evening between six and eight oclock and it looks like a pitcher of milk had turned over in the sky It is not very pretty but it is getting brighter every mgnu Goes to New York Miss Mamie Gardner left Monday t visit her aunt Mrs Rich in New York Miss Gardner will probablybe gone un til late in the spring She was ac companied as far as Louisville by Miss Ola Ballon Fail To Agree The jury in the case of T S Ander son Owensboro banker charged with false swearing failed to agree and was finally discharged The jury stood seven for acquittal and five for conviction Bridal Couple Return Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone arrived here from Louisville Sunday night and went to the grooms country home on the old Par Springs road They are busy receiving congratulations Mr and Mrs Henklerelatives of Mr Stone were expecting them and had n nice welcome for the young bride q =q u fAT r COST1W- eare selling out at cost 6ur entire stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Overalls Groceries Notions Etc ho Job Lot or Shop Worn Goods IIWe c have been in business less thania year and bought an entirely new I stockof goods Come andsee what we have to offer yourtr Moore Hunter Glendeane Kyt- WII Ior n 1Utrr I I ta It TITTT 1 TL U A I Electric t f BittersSucceed woes everything else falls In nervous prostration and female h weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND TROUBLEhtt coldlover a DR H J BOONE- Permanent Dentistt t Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m t + Clovcrport Ky i 1 i I Im CITY AND l rtI rtrI i t a SCHOOLTAXPAYERS i arc hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the pen alty will bo added Remem 1 ber no favors will be shown pJf z Payment is requested with C1 flttoutfail Call at the office I1 in rear of Cloverport Bank t t Yt fT Chas May Sr City and School ti Tax Collector r a dII 1 9 II vStkRititdkitdAAltititifaititaAitkilil FOR SALE- s JA JA i sG 1 X xYforont Sizes and Prices r- Y s ts qr x w I The Bank of llardinsburg 1 l Trust Co siR Qrraru rrrrraett rrttrtrmarmrrprK H DeH flOORMAN L3WIi tn t1ARDlNS URn KY i Will pntqitiie trim profession 11 all of the ii iiI Courts if llriujifoiirlcltce ainl a ijoltliix coon i r x ter r+ modal uticiiuofi rr yon Vi collections c toad u ins and criminal pro tttct lionse JtoprlLku Iii United LLi 1IIH Cjurt- Olllou vor nook ot IIirillnsljrx 1i 1- ff r STYLISH COflFORFABLE Tailor Made Clothes rAllthe latest patterns for Suits U I IRnI Trousers in highumdo fab rr i TICS OiiihQs nmde by modern fIf methods Fit cuarantevil Mod bh ernte pric s Exuu t tailors em i plod e a4 I i ta 1JH HUNSCHEI h 1 1CpcrMa Co Can elton Irrl Jl LIIICIIt J2 fWea Bu- yFURSIf i t Hides and1 0rn kc z ColdenSenUYeflowRooO VVeo9Feather Beetwnx ClnaeDlII r WUd Ginger etc We are t etttUiM iin l856Orf half a century ta if Louinille odcandobetterforrouthao agent ot comminion merchant Reference tilamDank in LoumiBe Writ for wecUy + r price List and tapping Up i M Sabol do Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY t i s 1 Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per Linn 4 P lease do not send obituaries to i the News without expecting tot pay for tho publication of this i kind of matter ii Unchanging Sport rfio sport of deerstalking ia still tliPmpst natural and most nearly al lIe to the hunting of primitive man ttat Is to be found In tho British I islands The difference between tho actual hunting of the hungry Pict and the stalking ot the owner ot n modern deer forest is little more than tho wep Field i + a I f crr- n Otl IE TRAILS WITH ROOSEVELT Habits of the Buffalo Deemed by Many Hunters as Africas Most Dangerous Beast De scribed by Former President the February Scrlbncrs former INresident Theodore Roosevelt in his article on African Game Trails describes as follows the habits of the btiflfulo ho saw during a hunt hi which he participated whllo t guest at Mr Ilcatleys ranch lying between the Rowcro and Kamlti rh ers As I have said before the buffalo Is by many humors esteemed the most dniiKorotis of African gamut It Is tin enormously poworfu beast with In tidy country a coat of hunk hair which becomes thin In Itho old hulls and massive horns which rise Into great bosses at the base these bosses sometimes meeting In old age so as to cover tbo forehead with a frontlet of horn Their habits vary much In different places Where they are much persecuted they Ho In the densest cover and only venture out into the open to feed at night But Heat ley though he himself had killed n tOPyluCNi 8YC JIJ JJ1CJ BUFFALO COW SHOT BY PAPYRUS GRASS SHOWING BUF FALO HUNTING a photograph by Kermit In February Scrlbncrs 4 couple of bulls and the Boer farmer who was working for him another had preserved Ithe herd from outside mo lestation and their habits were doubt less what they would have been In regions where nun Is a rare vis itorGrazing Habits of the Buffalo Time first day we were on Fleatleys farm wo saw the buffalo to the num ber of seventy or eighty grazing In the open sDtno hundreds of yards from the papyrus swamp and this shortly after noon IFor a mile from the papyrus swamp time country was an absolutely limit plain gradually rising Into a gen tie slope and It was an Impossibility to approach the buffalo across this plain save In ouo to be mentioned hereafter Probably when the moon was full the buffalo came out to graze by night But while we were on hunt the moon was young and time buffalo spent most of the night In the papyrus math came out to graze by day Sometimes they en mo out In the early morning sometimes In the late evening but quite as often In time bright daylight Vo saw herds come out to grao tit 10 oclock In time morning mil Merlin nt ni In the afternoon They When jWont j nelius N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 2sc at Severs Drug Store Transporting Dynamite In an A new use was found for an nutomo bile recently when one was used by tho police of Baltimore for the purpose of transporting dyna mite over six miles of rough roads a difficult and dangerous task safel accomplished however as a result of the smooth riding qualities of the Time least Jar or jounce have re suited in an explosion but so smooth ly did time car travel and at a good speed too for tho noon In it were anx ious to get rid of their dangerous package that It was safely carried to Its destination without trouble Ask Them About It For many years and nurses have considered Kemps Balsam the cure Every druggist and dealer in medicine sells and recommends Kemps Balsam Ask the doctor the nurse or the druggist about it Iti is for cough irritation of the throat bronchitis asthma and all throat and lung troubles The price is 25c a bottle at Stirring Account of a Critical Moment During a Buffalo Hunt How n Charge by the Beasts Was Luckily Prevented usually remained out several hours first grazing and Ithou lying down Stalking the Quarry How a veteran hunter named Cun inghame led the hunting party toward the buffalo and a most exciting as well as critical Incident of the hunt near a small half dried water course are described III the sumo article bv Mr Roosevelt who says We crept up tine water course until about the buffalo which were now lying down peered cautiously at them saw there were two or three and then led us on nil fours toward them There were patch es where the grass was short ard other places whore It wits three feet high and after a good deal of cautious crawling WJP had covered half the distance toward them when one of them nude us out and several rose from their beds They were still at least1 200 yards off a long range for heavy rifles but any closer approach was Impossible and we tired Both time lend t = I1JF1JC MR ROOSEVELT AND HIM IN THE DANGER AND DIFFICULTY OF From Roosevelt much way our evidently thoroughly Cuts Auto department car might physicians bestcough opposite Cunlnglmme r Ing bulls wore hit mid at the shots there rose from the grass not half a dozen buffalo but seventy or eighty and started at a gallop parallel to the swamp mind across our front In the roar were a number of cows and calves and I at once singled out a cow and fired She plunged forward at time shot and turned toward the IHamp going slowlyI and dead prune for my bullet had struck till shoulder and Mimi gone into the cavity of tho chest Nearly Charged by the Herd But tit this moment our attention was distracted from the wounded cow by the conduct of time herd which headed by the wounded hulls turned in a quarter circle toward us aud drew up in a phalanx facing us with outstretched heads It was not a nice country In which to be charged by the herd and for n moment things trem bled in time balance There was a perceptible motion of uneasiness among some of our followers Stand steady Dont run I called out And dont shoot called out Cunlnghame for to do either would Invite a charge A few seconds passed and then the un wounded muss of the herd resumed their flight and after a little hesita tion tho wounded bulls followed DROME OUR NEWEST WORD WayIProfessor Alexander Graham Bell tho inventor has coined a new word In Canada he said wo speak of a man drowning from one point to an other Tho word aerodrome originated with a professor of Greek at Johns Hopkins university and it means an air runner Wo call our machines dromes much simpler and more correct too than aeroplane for tho fore and aft curves in tho aerodromes of today make aeroplane a misnomer I think wo shall all come to calling them dromes A New Maine Industry A North Anson Me man is male trig money raising cats nis specialty is Angoras Persians and coons Ho promIsosfarmers wives DlsqulotAhYou bravo Cooks polar bears styleMyAnd yet I read back number In The fate I have my eye on placeToNow York World t- c WMM ac Willi as MIR an Made MiuraNi by Kidney and BIldil Tnrabli Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition i beauty L zanyhave J i vigor cheerfulness when the kidneys tire out of order or dis easedKidney f hasfit is not uncom mon for child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys child urinates toooften if urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting it t cause of the difficulty iskidney trouble and first step should be towards the treatment of these imPortantorgans This unpleasant trouble is to diseased condition of the kidneys bladder not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need same great remedy The mum- sSwampRoot the effect of is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar by mail free also a telling alli and soon disappear that a If the the age the due a and and the and immediate pamphlet mpmmeacIncluding monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle MALE MUFF WEARER Says Women Ape His Sex So He Has Right to Their Apparel Social and artistic St Louis Is In a hubbub and mill on account of a huge astrakhan muff The reason is that the mutT made its appearance In the foyer of the Odeon theater the other night clutched by the distinguished fingers of McNair Ilglnfritz society man genius and ec centric the grandson of the first gov ernor of Missouri from whom ho got his first name In refuting time charge of effeminacy Mr Hginfrltz says that In these days of militant and manly women we poor men who are gradually being robbed of nil our distinctive attributes and clams to superiority as the stronger sex have the perfect right to counterbalance the movement amid If we oxen rise a few feminine comforts and priv ileges surely no one can complain Clevelands Thirty Cent Egg Club Frank S Krause a lawyer of Cleveland 0 recently began circa lating pledges for membership in a thirty cent egg club He declares that 30 cents Is the natural price for eggs and Insists that the price can be kept at that figure if Clevelandcrs re fuse to pay snore He asserts that eggs are rushed Into cold storage whenever tho supply threatens to cut prices ChiiSdren Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAHIS LARYNX FOR SCIENCE Outdoor Vocalist Also Willed His Lungs to Medical College Albert Murphy of Chicago known as an outdoor singer received a letter while In Detroit the other day asking him for n price on his larynx and lungs The letter was from Dr James II Blair of the Rennet Medical col loge of Chicago The letter was al luring enough to Induce MorpLy to go to Chicago Morphy had practically concluded terms when his family Intervened and to get time to reconsider he returned to Detroit Dr Blair followed him to that city raised his price and Mor phy sold his larnyx and lungs to the medical college for the benefit of scl ence titter his death The organs are wanted because Mor phy was once apparently In the last stages of consumption and was cured by outdoor singing Ho formerly sang only in IndIa Dr Blair advising the change Morphy has put a clause In his will leaving the organs to the col lege President Helps Orphans Hundreds of o phans have been help ed by tho President of the Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this I stitutiou for nine years It has provo i a most excellent medicine for Staunch Liver and Kid ney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female couplaints Only sOc at Severs Drugstore Its Troubles Tho family skeleton complained- I wouldnt mind being exhibited onto in awhile said the skeleton ar ticulating with difficulty through its set teeth but they air me so frequently in tho courtroom where the air Is always notoriously bad But whoever thinks of looking at such exhibitions from the family skele tons point of view Chicago Tribune For any pain from top to toe from any cause apply Dr Thomas Electric oil Pain cant stay where it is used 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LYCourierJournal JHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge News Both One Yearifor i 150c if you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal year wi Sunday CourierJournal year j 600 200 Pi We can give you a combination cut rato on Dailyt1t1 or Sunday if you will write this pa- perLexington r s The Herald J Leading of DailyCentral4 5 BY THE YEAR 5 By Mail When Paid in Advance to January 1911 This offer holds good until January 16 1910 After thisfdate the rsto will be 600 per year or 60 cents pdr msnth for periods of lless than G months allowedbut j allowed to agents or others on this rate Address j THE LEXINGTON HERALD JLexington Kentuckytij iJ ra 1 fJ wd t 4 r NHE SPORTING WORLD Sheridan to Tour the World Immediately niter computing In the national all around championships In San Francisco next July Martin Sheri dan worlds famous athlete will leave this country on an around the world tour which ho expects will keep him away from Amerlcn for the best part I of two years Though It would seem that n westward course would be the Sheridan will work eastward 11easiest Ireland his first stop After a his people the big cop will mt MARTIN SHERIDAN hop over to England and Scotland and then work his way by easy degrees through all the athletically Inclined nations of Europe Russia Included From there ho will go on through In din and China Japan New Zealand Australia and Hawaii beforo coming home to America lie says nothing Just now of visiting South Africa but tho chances are he will tackle that I proposition along with the others Sheridan has had the travel bug for a long time He has seen a good part of the earths surface but he wants to see more and above all things he wants to win where national champion ships are held Gotch Touts Cutler Frank Gotch is credited with saying that Kid Cutter is the best qualified r wrestler In America to take his place when 4ie gets ready to surrender the championship title Gotch has taken an interest In Cutler and has taught him a number of his tricks He says however that Cutler has a serious fault Gotch says Ideas are all the Chicago boy lacks He cannot see ten things at once Ho gets one Idea Into his head while working on the mat and ho cannot move It to one side for another When I am wrestling I can see ten holds at once I am working for any of them and as fast as one offers Itself 1 try for that but at the same time watch closely for another Cutler and I have matched strength in our arms and shoulders lIe is my superior from the waist up He Is also fast on his feet but not quite as fast as I am He is not quite as strong In the legs as I am but otherwise he is fully as good In my opinion there Is not an American wrestler of today who can throw Cutler and I think the next time he moots Zbysco ho will turn the fat man on his back Remember now what I have predict yt ed and watch the outcome 1 Sanders Back In Game IITurfman who was racing upI the grand circuit thirty odd J when John Splan Orrin Hickok Charles Marvin John E Tur ner and tho Goldsmith brothers were iti the zenith of their popularity Is tot i Xbo seen In grand circuit company the coming season after an absence of soy oral years front big ring company s For the past three seasons Mlllard has been training the Sterling Holt jr horses at Indianapolis occasionally got to a half mllo ring with some colt but devoting all of his jjing to the Sidney Dillon stock which ho has had uniformly good success a j Keeno Not Quitting Turf James R Keene will have a bigger and stronger stable than ever In train insg next season although ho managed J r to carry off leading honors last year with more than 112000 In 1007 Mr Keeno8 horses won more than 400 QOOa worlds record V Ho has made liberal nominations 9tIiI your to tho important stakes for which entries closed recently Tho V Keeno turf venture In England will not be entirely abandoned but more time wlll be devoted to racing In I America during tho coming season i f Lord to Captain Red Sox r Hurry Lord third baseman who was 1 tk the first of the Boston American play era to sign for next season has been appointed captain by Manager Pat c t Donovan Lord was the leader of tho t Rod Box in 1000 after Doc Gegslcr was released to Washington Harry is a r magnetic player and It is tho general calla of tho fans that If ho bad beep T Iptain of the team all during tho 1000 y mptdgn the Red Sox would have flQishert at least ficcqnd and might peselbly have won the pennant r z = I For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardui writes Mat WaverlyVaI greed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but nowI am all right IE 50Take CAROUI The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because it has helped others who were in youItcine for sick women but a tonic for weak women Being made from mild gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists MINING or OUR iARBORSaI Scope of Work Done to Defend New York HER WATER GATES ALL SAFE Planted With New Submarine Mine That Allows Friends to Pass but Not FoesDeath From Below Now Awaits All Invaders Who Come From the Sea A short time ago It was announced by General Murray chief of the Unit ed States coast artillery In his annual report to the secretary of war that after years of endeavor It had been found possible to plant submarine mines In the deep waters of the Itnco at the eastern end of Long Island sound Until quite recently It had not been possible to plant them In waterI more than 12ii feet In depth The Race approximates 200 feet In depth The accomplishment of this feat doses the gap In the line of Now York citys defense most dllllcult to shut The announcement of this fart also prac tically marks the succcssf tl close of a series of experiments withl mines to make them more effective us engines of war Can Be Blown to Kingdom Come Part of Admiral Deweys fame rests on his remark D the torpedoes or words and actions to that effect when he entered Manila buy In 1SOS What was bravery In 1898 today would be counted tool lut diuess for conditions have changed For years turn In tho artillery service of the United States army have been experimenting quietly with submarine mines until It Is be lieved that today the United Stoats lends In this branch of defensive war fare As a result of those experiments It Is possible to mine n harbor In such a way that a friend could enter In safety while the vessel of an enemy passing over tho same spot In Its wake could be blown to kingdoms come A mine has been designed which Is not only In tho control of an operator on shore but Is Its own annunciator and a guide for tho marksmanship of the artilleryman as well as the op erator of the mines Groups of mines are connected by electric cables with switchboards inclosed In casemates on shore On these switchboards or op erating boards as they are called nro electric bulbs one for each mine and a bell When a mine Is touched by a vessel a circuit Is completed through the mine and the operating board Tho Jell rings and the bulb corre sponding to the mine shines out In dicating which mine has been touched and therefore tho exact location of tho vessel Tho location Is communi cated Instantly to the artillery and mortar batteries commanding the channel which begin the at the predetermined range The operator at the board turns a switch which sends through tho cable a current of sufll dent Intensity to explode tho mine Assailed In this fashion front above and below It seems probable that the vessel and Its crow in an exceedingly brief space of time would be swalI lowed up In n watery grave To Plant Many Harbors Plans have been made for thb plant ing of many harbors with this terrible engine of war but the chosen loca tion of theso mines In case of war Is nut Known even to those who would actually place them at tho opening of hostilities They are known only to certain ofllcers and the details ojo kept scaled in a safe to be opened only upon tho beginning of warfare f FOR TIlEHOUSEYtIFE To Clean Wool Garments To remove grease front woolen cloth sponge lice stain well with equal part of ammonia amid water then with clear water The ammonia forms a soap with the fat or grease and this Is soluble III water and will rinse out If the stain Is obstinate warm suds of white soap and ammonia will lu gord work In most cases When till garment Is of n color which will not stand water or ammo ala the housewife may resort to dry powders For thin clothing of dell cute tints pure white starch makes an excellent cleaner It N rubbed lute the spot and allowed to remain until It has absorbed the grease Dry rung ncsltt works In the same way but costs more A paste made of magnesia and water may he allowed to dry on some colors and will brush away tak ing the grease with It White woolens of almost any kind are best renovated by washing with white soup suds mind borax A mixture of four parts of alcohol and one of common salt makes an ex cellent cleaner for mens and boys garmentsTurpentine Is necessary when there Is grease In any quantity Tho stain is wet with the turpentine then pressed dry between clean blotters which absorb time compound In cleaning experiment upon n sam plo of the goods before attacking a garment of value Hints For the Sickroom Keeping the patients feet warm will prevent headaches OH all looks and soap window cords to make them work easily and thud save any undue noise When the sickroom Is being venti lated a screen should be passed In front of the window to prevent the danger of n draft People In general are not aware how essential It Is to the health and jiap plness of tho jmtlent that there should be n free admission of light in the sickroomFlowers should be always kept fresh In a sickroom and the water frequent ly changed Avoid nil flowers with a strong scent Improved Carpet Stretcher The secret of time success achieved by the professional In laying carpet consists chiefly of the use of Imple ments which have not heretofore beei altogether available for use by the amateur This is not so any longer for them has been devised a tuck holder and carpet stretcher whlcl1 functions mire combined lu a slngli i I LAYS CARPET SMOOTHLY implement of such simple and Inox pensive construction that it wlll soou take its place among the household Implements which are regarded as es sential This apparatus provides a third hand winch holds n tack lu the right place for driving while the carpet Is stretched on the lour It also obvi ates nil danger of crushing the lingers with the hammer In the effort to drive time nail Suet Pudding Measure one cupful of suet chopped fine one cupful of molasses one cup ful of cold coffee two cupfuls of rais ins seeded and chopped one and one half cupfuls of currants washed and dried one teaspoonful of salt one teaspoonful of soda and one teaspoonful each of your favorite spices Mix flour raisins currants and soda together then add other ingredients Pour Into a well buttered one gnllou bucket or divide Into smaller palls cover tightly and set In n kettle of boiling water and boll five hours The longer you boll It the better Scotch Oat Cakes One pound fins Scotch oatmeal one tablespoonful melted butter enough cold water to make a smooth dough Put the butter with tho oatmeal a1d salt and water Knead till very smooth roll very thin divide Into cakes and place on a hot griddle When done rub with dry oatmeal and toast before tho fire till they curl up Spaghetti and Tomatoes Doll onehalf pound of spaghetti till tender and drain then add onehalf cupful of cream onethird cupful of butter pepper and salt Let stunner for a short time but dont let it cook up Turn into vegetable dish Have ready one pint of stewed tomatoes and pour over the spaghetti and serve Apple Butter Custard Pie Beat together four eggs one teacupful of apple butter one of sugar one teaspoonful of allspice add one quart of rich milk and a pinch of salt Bake n three pies with an under crust only II o rP IIiIII fT n J14 I A 11 The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company I == u = ==B F BEARD President M II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cushier Capital Surplus divided Profits 1360247 3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as lpaysbest banks in state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay g 4 4 USE HighGrade Business Stationery FROM THE SHOP OF The Breckenridge News Cloverport Kentucky We a large stock handsome papers and if we have not what you want we order it Let stationery be a true index to the character of and methods WRITE TO US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES COUNTY UNIT BILL FIGHT WILL GO 01N Pim II IsClaimed IIs lo Keep On Introducing Similar Bills Special To Theherald 1runkfort Ky Jan 2B Advocate of the County Unit extension bill sajy that tho fight will not end with till last weeks efforts to get the bill re fore to a favorable committee bu that they intend to keep hammerhi g away the remainder of the session un til the bill is passed or the sessloi ec nes to as end The plan now is tt keep on introducing Mils iu the Senate as fast as one is killed so that there iiis likely to be a County Unit Exteusiot Dill before the Senate iu some forum during the entire session About twelve or county unit bills will bi Introduced in the Senate if one does not get through before that many have been necessary During the last week in the Senate there was much excitement over the reference of the County Unit bill Thi opponents of the measure wanted the bill referred to the Re ligion and Morals cowDlltteton not have a chanro of ably The temperance forces wanted to have the bill referred to the com mittee oOvhich Senator Vice is chairman ofltlie committee of which Sena tor Grisby is chairman It is said then e two committees are the ouly ones which would report favorably a bill extending the couuty unit law to every county lu the State The committees were mad up so that nil except these two have a majority of time members opposite tt the county unit law Denims I Regulets cure conetipatioi without griping nausea nor any weakeningeffect Ask your druggist for them 25 ceuts por b- oxSubscribe I I 50000 anJ Un your your firm THE EASTERN FARMER Why Ills Lot is Unnecessarily Iand Unfairly Hard at Present Tothe Editor of The SunSir I I was notch interested iu reading over the fluaucial articles iu The Sun tins s morning to note your ommenls con corning the highs prices of necessaries tl iu the Hastem part of the country special mention being uuulu of mont butter milk and eggs the idea being I evidently that the farmer was responsi I ble in huge part Perhaps the farmers In the Eastern section of the country I were treated by the bankers with the- I same consideration that farmers the Western part of the country are Eastern farms would not be selling fur below their worth while a Western I farm can hardly be obtained at any priceIf an Eastern farmer wishes money to buy improved machinery or to repair or put up buildings or for other Improve ment purposes can he go to a bank and get it In the East he cannot but will be met with a cold btare and the state ment that lane lands are not a legal investment for savings banks c while army one who can obtain a village or city lot can obtain the money to put buildings and improve the same So long us this unfair discrimination con tinues and the Eastern farmer does not I get an opportunity to help himself all this Lot air that is being given forth at the present time will be of very little material benefit Give the Eastern farmer u square deal and the same treat I ment and consideration that IsI accorded to other members of a community anti he will be glad to send his son to an agricultural college to adopt improved machinery and methods end all time rest of it to the advantage of himself and of the community A Would Be harmer Albany January 24 New York Sun J DIRECTORS Morris Eskridgc G 1 Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kinchcloc C V Robertson B F Beard this JI PRINT carry of will fourteen iu Oklahoma Rural rRoute Poet From The Kansas Lilly Tines When R II Dev re arrier on rural route No I out of Tonkawa pulledup his old nag at K E Youmons box and shivered as he peeled off his gloves he found a fat capon in the box rind the following homespun verse Heres to the good old marl That brings our news each day lie scratches time pennies out of the box And goes smiling on hit WRY lie carries the belated schoolboy And packages ol butter and such He gets the thanks of the patrons But then that isnt much We all wish hint a happy New Year And hope he writ continue to bring The news of the surrounding country Till the news is all gathered in Dyspepsia is Americas curse Burdock Bio id Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out impurities perfectdiHgOOllhelthhealthThe Butchers Side Of It From Time Wutcrbury republican Steaks steaks steaks All cut and ready to sell shopoPigs feet sausage and pork Chickens and veal and tripe r My counters arc loaded witliltheseI k- r And some of them getting rlpeiar But ever the hungry throngs Go surging past my door And no one ventures to step Inside And stand onmv sawdust floor For thousands and thousands have sworn 1 Theyll sooner starve than entiA fTillBeef beef beefrIts hard to collect tho bill But oh for the touch of n vanished trade And thesound of n phone that is still t f I r n d T7rv T sMr+ r r 0It i iJ Ip TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BAnDAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO 1 Issued Every Wednesday r SiKseription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS pF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 1 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIESI charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Moneys s advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please + lotify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now address f EIGHT PAGES CLOVEKPOKT KY WEDNESDAY FEB 2 1910 r WHY I DO NOT GO TO CHURCH As Told By Cloverport People 1 The following answers have been u gathered from Cloverport people i- I4t iin i answer to the question Why do you not come to church c The men truthfully said each one ns i follows TjjIdo not know goo That church is too warm it is not venilated 000 The church is going to the bad Give shows and then preach against them I would rather go out in the street and work for the money to give to a church than to contradict my religion b t 000r r jIwould rather stay at home and t t read a good piece 000- I have to get up so early in the tmorning and I am tired when I get J3 r home at nights r rT 000 l There are 10 many using the churcJ to cover up their meanness ooo I cant get cleaned up in time p 000 I cant hear It dont do me any t J good Thats a right good talker ttthough Maybe I will go I have got r 1 mer1 1 Best at per 5c 500 at I have to work every evening 000 What must I go for I dont play cards nor dance 000 I have very urgent correspondence that I have to attend to every night 000 Church I havnt been on that side of the creek at night but once since the fire ooo The vromen said each oneas follows I have to stay home with the 000 I dont like the way that man preaches 000 I havnt anyone to go with 000 I get tired of hearing the preach to women They act like women are the only ones who ever commit any sins They say very little about gambling places dirty tricks of men in elections and business 000 I am not through washing dishes when churcn begins I have not been outside my house but once in three months and that was across the street CASH SALEM I I fI U1twm Ij t Our February Cleanup Sale offers unusal bargains in many departments In the face c of the advancing market the prices quoted below are decided bargains This sale is held to up our shelves ready for the Spring Goods that are now arrivingdaily We quote a few of the bargains in store for you Thursday Friday Saturday FEB 3 47 and 51 c 7 4 Corduroy Pants 50Punts2 50PuntsCalico Calicost I yard Underwear 38cUnderwcar Bootees Hootees tS4OO baby1 preachers clean t1Ilt3 t1 3 50 Bootees 250at Grocery Bargains Corn can per 6c Pumpkin can per 5c Tomatoes 3 Ib can for 5c Hominy Scott tC Co5c3 lb can for Andagreat many things too numerous to mention in our uptodate Grocery Dept Overcoats at cost all heavy Shoes at great reduction all winter cloth ing at cost HARNESS DEPARTMENT Horse Collars reduced from 2 225 to 125 Horse Collars full stock back front 3 to 2 Check Lines Bridles Etc at reduced prices W C MOORMAN CO UGLENDEANE KY Y- Hiehaet Pricey Paid for all triode of Country Produce WHY I DO GOJTO CHURCH By a Church Member r Why dol go to church To see someone to meet some one because some one else goes to set a good ex amlpe to satisfy my curiosity be cause 1 have nothing else to do be cause it is my duty because I want more spiritual knowledge because I want to worship We all may ask ourselves these questions they are well worth while In another column of the News answers to the question Why do you not go to church are given and in this article are brought together some reasons given for going to church One thing most assuredly is thit Rev Pat Davis is a splendid evangelist and Sunday night ho said he would give any man in Cloverport one hundred dollars who could beat him preaching Rev Davis declares that he did not bring a meeting to Cloverport in his vest pocket but that the good that he has done or might do has been brought through the High Power But surely he must be to blame for some things that have taken place in the meeting the childrens choir for instance It is a wonderful little body of singers and there is hardly a child in town who is not wearing a badge given by Brother 1I have to study at night coo Oh I have so much to do I cant go 000 4I have gotten out of the habit II 000 II havent anyone to urge me to go 000 I just dont go I think church go- Ing comes with age x MONUMENT Of Goebel Will Be Unveiled To morrowBurial Of Arthur Goebel Same Day Frankfort KyJan 2UThe Goebc monument executive and building com mittee today sent out n formal invltaI I tion to the people of the State to at tend the unveiling ceremonies nex Thursday The invitation carries the name of Arthur Goebel brother of the murdered Governor whose burial will be in the Frankfort cemetery on the day of the unveiling The Invitation followsUNVEILING AND DEDICATION OF GOEBEL MONUMENT The monument erected by the people of Kentucky in honor of the memory of Governor William Goebel will be unveiled and dedicated at Frankfurt Ky Thursday the 3rd day of February IglO James B McCreary and J C W Beckham have been invited by the Gue bel monument executive and buildinj committee and will deliver addresses on thatdayWe with the Frankfort committee in inviting all persons to be preset James B McCreary J C W Beckham Judge Lewis McQuown loB E Hume David Murray Arthur GoebJ Mrs C C McCord Mrs Charles Lewis Mrs Edward Finnell Miss Sallie Jackson Monument Executive and Building Committee January 29 1910 II GLENDE4NE Dr and Mrs P E Dempster and children are visiting Mrs Dempster parents Mr and Mrs Lyon at Irving tonR H Mooreman accompainrd by Jesse Plunkett has gone to St Louis for an indefinent stay with relatives Miss Sinera Sanders has gone to accept a position in Paducah Born to the wife of Charles Rob rt son Jr a girl Jan 23 Misses Ada Mattingly Jonnie Moor man Mabel Howard Betsy Rodmar Moorman Mollie Moorman Robert Curtis Mr and Mrs A E Smith Mr E L Robertson and Mrs J B Hoskins attended the Smith Snyde nuptials in Fordsville J A Mattingly is visiting friends and relatives here for a few days Miss Mollie Moorman has returnee from Hardinsburg Miss Louise Clark Moorman is going to Louisville next week Miss Ada Mattingly entertained at cards Saturday evening Misses Emma Lou and Nell Moormai were the guests of Mrs P E Demps ter Friday night Sells Farm G T Mason has sold his farm to Horace Blaine and will leave Februar the twentieth for Oklahoma He wit have a sale February twelfth as adver tised in this weeks News Evansville Paper Suffers Early last Wednesday morning fir visited the plant of tho Evansvill Journal News The loss was betwee 50000 and 6000- 0Newspaper Man Dead Harry H Bell for more than twent years connected with Louisville Newspapers died in Now York Friday His body was incinerated I 1 i DavisAnd the grown folks choir is get log big too The members of the church choir have been faithful in their services and gotten others to help them with the singing It seems good to hear those who have rich talents using them together Miss Margaret Burns has charge of the organ and Miss Lula Severs plays tho piano Misses Eva and Eliza May Miss Georgia White Mrs Rowland Mr A H Murray and Dr Simons are nearly always on hands to lead the singing The Leaguers come in when ever they are neededand are most willing to do their part when I they are wanted Rev and Mrs Dillon have thrown their whole hearts into the meeting as have many other Christians Mrs Dillon is an ideal Christian worker Many have manifested interest at every service and the revival has already been a great benefit to all the denom inations Mr Chas Lightfoot said Sun day morning the meeting had been a help to the whole town If you havent been go The after noon services open at two oclock and the evening services at 7 oclock sharp BIG SPRINGII- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour W J Simpson and daughter Miss Ida have returned from Henry county Mrs Ada Meador entertained Satur day night in honor of her son Gabes birthdayMr Mrs Everett Martin have gone to Cincinnatti to make their home Mrs Martin was Miss Melissa Norris before her marriage Miss Ada Meador returned Saturday night from Elizahethtown accompanied by her friend Mr John Carr Dolfh Richard has been confined to her room with a severe case of sore throat Mollie Simpson and Tom Durbin have completed the Bungal on Ben Clark sons farm C M Humphus has moved to Bur ginWe are very sorry to report that Mr Herman Meyer is not any better He has been taken to Martinsville Ind T n Meador and family have gone to housekeeping in the Meyer property The pooled tobacco is being delivered here this week Do you use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catarrh If so you will appre ciate Flys Liquid Cream Balm the quickest and surest remedy for this disease In all curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so famous and so successful in ovei coming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the fist dash of spray upon the heated Sensitive air passages All druggists yic including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Wmren St New York PERUNA EDITORIAL NOIt I t- C Dr Hartman is now offering Pcruna to the publio as a regular p1laaceut- ical product It is just as ethical as any compound put up for the medical profession No straining of medical ethics can find any fault with it THE in the PRINCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated label on the bottle that the people may know that the claims made for Peruna have a true justification The only departure we shall make from medical ethics in the conduct of- Pemna affairs in the future is the fact that we shall continue to advertise and sell our product TO THE PEOPLE If we would agree to sell to doctors only to advertise for doctors only thou the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Ponma as being entirely within their approval BUT WE SHALL NOT DO THIS We shall continue to offer Peruna to the people We shall continue to convey to the people our claims for Peruna as a household remedy We shall continue to supply the people with free literature teaching them how to use our medicine teaching them how to avoid disease teaching them many things of benefit to the home We shall continue to do this whether the medical profession like it or not We are proposing from this time on to take the public into our confidence Notwithstanding that some imitators and substitutors will be attempting to put up something which they considerjust as good as Peruna we are going to draw aside the veil of secrecy and allow any one who chooses to know exactly OP WHAT PERUNA IS COMPOSED This ought to disarm all honest criticism We expect however that crit icism will continue On some pretext or other those who are envious of the People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Can Now Secure Peruna Tablets poked apple of will continue find But we to giv people just IS become word in millions of homes faith in than Every year we expect to cover new fields in foreign lands until the people of all the world are with this valu able remedy WE CLAIM TO BE A Buy bottle and try it If it helps you be honest and acknowledge that it has helped you If you want to will publish your exactly you furnish it to We will add no words take away no words Ifyou wish we will your in with it We will not do this without your written request without your entire consent Peruna has of people afflicted with chronic catarrh in many phases and locations At least that is what tho people say thousand more willreap benefit from Peruna in spite of slanders to the contrary WE GUARANTEE BOTTLE OF TO THE INGREDIENTS ON THE LABEL We have taken great pains that every we use should be true in the exact of the testifier We have taken great pains that every photograph should bathe photograph of the person whose name it bears that every word of every should be by the hand that signed We are to beat our by being fairer than they are by dealing squarer than they dare to We are meet falsehood with truth with candor with We know that the users of will our stand We believe that the dealers in Peruna will course We expect even our will be obliged to acknowledge finally that Peruna not only an honest and useful remedy but one of the HOUSEHOLD MEDI CINES ON THE CONTINENT AROUND CORNER Going Louisville is all right but coming home broie is another story Ono young lady said the other day after returning home from the city that she stepped off the train here with filteeu cents One man who had gone through the same situation said he went to Louisville fairly well supplied with coin last Friday but when he got to the Union Station he had three cents 111 his pocket and was hungry too A friend of was t alk ng and out the depot eating apple but tvery time he looked at hunt his in hit pocket When he had eaten but the core the success Peruna to fault are determined such no complaint PERUNA A GREAT MEDICINE It has a household Our tho remedy is stronger ever supplied household PERUNA CATARRH REMEDY a us we statement as us tous publish portrait connection benefited thousands to us through unsolicited teatimonials Many fabricated EVERY PERUNA CONTAIN PRINTED testimonial absolutely Language published testimonial authorized it determined opponents determined to duplicity insincerity sincerity Peruna appreciate applaud our opponents is GREATEST THE to his in of an ho everything friend came and sttt down by him Was your apple good The man asked him and the friend answered Yes I wish I had another 000 The other night about twelve oclock some oue went through town whistling Lead Kindly Light It was as sweet music as I huve ever heard and I lay in hed listening until the whistler had gotten far intu the distance TbeIlust notes I heard were Lead Thou Me On said the appreciative listner Gas Fixtures The hank of Cloveiport is installing gas lights in its offices on Main Street Statement of the Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust CoQ Hardinsburg Ky Atthe close of business December 31 1909 ResourcesNotes and Bills 305974 51 Cash in Safe 22008 07 Cash in other Banks 27670 33 Stocks and Bonds 13107 61 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real Estate 136 79 Furniture and Fixtures 400 00 H Total 371097 31 Liabilities Capital Stock paid in 50000 00 Surplus undividedprofits 13602 49 00lviAmount Due Depositors 305494 82 Total 371097 31 Wo have now boon a bank in this county nineteen and onehalf years We have grown from a small beginning a large and successful business We have endeavored to keep abreast of the times providing for ourselves every modern appliance and upto date system to facilitate our work providing for our depositors every safe guard known for their protection and security We have given freely to every deserving charity and contributed liberally to every public enterprise Wo enjoy the confidence of the people of this county and take this opportunity to thank our patrons who have contributed to make the year 1909 the best in our history Very respectfully M H Beard Cashier E ii x 0- r Jdble CATARRH4 roam Balm Ijr absorbed lie at Once oa soothes nd protects soscu mom suiting from and drives Cold in the ILKiHAY FEVERI nd Smell Full size GO cts ntDrug I1 by mall In liquid form 75 cents fathers 50 Warren Street Now York e Breckenridge News EDNESDAY FEB 2 1910 For Congress o authorized to announce Col Hen ns a candidate for reelection to subject to the nctlon of the Demo rlmary to bo held March 12 1010 RSONAL AND LOCAL Wills Is Improving your furs to Noltes Powers has gone to Evans nary magazines at the News Dejarnette went to Owensboro 4 Martin of Greenville was here y os now ready at Browns Con eryCleona Weatherholt was in Lou last week price on cloaks at Noltes Mamie DeHaven has been visit LouisvilleT of Hardinsburg has here recently- n Pierce and Harry Weatherholt home Sunday at Browns Confectionery clean ace in the city- t Milk Chocolate 5c at Browns ctionery Claycomb of Irvington was in vine last week- r real good shoes go to Noltes Ray Boone of New Haven will e here next week iss Lucy McGavock has been vislt yin town this week Hss Margaret Skillman went to nsboro yesterday he little baby of Mr and Mrs Lee ger has been very ill L E Chapin has moved from Web r to the Falls of Rough Valentines all kinds at Noltes lisses Carrie and Claudie Pate have urned from Owensboro cej2ream and Sherbet at Browns nf tionery Representative Parks returned home im Frankfort Friday night C Brabandt went to Irvington yes day and will be there today Lee Hendricks of Webster visited j aunt Mrs Jesse Bohler recently The English Kitchen one of the best ying concerns in town is for sale James Hook of Louisville was the test of Miss Aima Perkins Friday Mrs Tony Nicholas and daughter- iss Louise are visiting in St Louis Mr and Mrs Ben Bakor of Floral e guests of Mr and Mrs OConnell Cut price on clothing at isoltes Master Lathrope Reid Jr Is ill It the home of his parents Mr and Mrs ReidMiss Francis Smart and Miss Beavin of Kites Run were in the city last weekZelphia Lawrence of Panthia Davis County is the guest of Mr and Mrs SharpMrs Larkin Gibson of Hnrdinsburg was the guest of Mrs Chas Hammac SundayMisses Lucile Berry Lottie Metheney and Virginia Hill were in Louisville SaturdayEldred Babbage has been missed by a score of friends since he has been at home sick- Lawrence Murray has returned to Middleport Ohio alter a visit in ColumbusMrs gave a dinner Saturday night complimentary to Mr and Mrs Louts Henkle Get ahead of the Meat Trust Eat Sniders Pork and Beans at Browns ConfectioneryMr Hilllary Hardin will en tertain Rev and Mrs Dillon and Rev Davis tomorrow Mr and Mrs Wilbur Gregory and baby of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Thos Bohler Miss Addle Graham Ditto of Louis ville is visiting Mr and Mrs John Ditto in Decatur Ill Mrs Ella TeafT who was the guest of Mrs Quiggins last week left Tues day for Hardinsburg Mrs Viola Jackson and daughter Miss Rachel were in Louisville last week the guests of friends The house and lot in Eastland form erly owned by Mrs Polk is for rent or sale Apply to V G Babbage Atty You can buy 12 pounds of good lard at Babbages for OOc 7 bars of Red Wrapper soap for 25c and a 0 quart bucket for lOc Mrs Burt Muir and Major Muir and David Owen Hall of Louisville arc visiting Mr Muir in Fort Worth Texas where he is on business Emmett Kennedy went to Irvington Monday to spend a few days with his father J M Kennedy who has charge of a produce house there The party is known that took a pair of rubber boots from the telephone office and if they will return same or 3 they will save themselves trouble Mrs Fred Petrie of Maceo and Mrs W H Petrie of Lewisport were in Louisville last week shopping The latter is a neice of Mrs Lucy Temple Miss Ruth Rhodes of McDaniels spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs 1 S Crews She has gone to Chicago to stay with her sister Mrs Fannie RhodesRev Davis Rev and Mrs Dillon were entertained last evening to supper by Mr and Mrs Wm Laslie and will be the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Babbage today Clarence Westerfield one of the best known traveling men in this territory was in the city Monday Mr Wester field says business in the grocery line is splendid and he never suffers for a good trade STEPHtNSPORr Miss McCoy And Mr Jeff Tomer Marry Will Go To House- Keeping At That Place Mrs Hilton Dead If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev Hedrick of Rockport Ind held services at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday night I Men I liens Suits Worth 1250 at L 9 00 Hens Suits Worth 1000 iat t 8 00 t liens Suits Worth 750 o at w 5 98 Mens at Suits Worth 500tt 3 98 say Rev John Winchel and Harvey Pill man left Sunday for Green River to bring the gasoline boat Hornet up to this place Ret Winchel owns an In terest in the Hornet Mrs Mary Dix of Louisville was the guest of Mr and firs S H Dix last weekMrs W J Schopp returned from Louisville Saturday night Mrs Rhodes of Irvington is the guest of her daughter Mrs P H Nev ittMrs Florrie Bennett of Kingswood passed through town Sunday enroute to Chenault to attend to some business Mrs Joe Askins Is very low with con sumptionMrs Dleckman of near Sample is the guest of her daughters Mrs Harland and Mrs J T Morgan Mrs Letch Brown and two children left last week for Lewisport to be the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Stinnett Mrs Browns health is noI betterMiss Rosa Lou Ditto of Holt was in town Saturday Miss Irene McCoy Is able to be out again after a few days Illness Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeralservice of Mrs W Hilton Mon day The interment was on the horns place Mr Hilton came from Virginia a few years ago and bought the Julius Dutschke farm on Yellow Bank Business is good in our town and ever body is busy have but few loafers Most ever body works in our town Mrs Crafton Cashman is on the sick listJohn Barbee is still confined to his home from a fractured knee Mr and Mrs John Adair spent Sat urday night and Sunday in Owensboro the guest Mrs J N Alsip Miss Katie McCoy and Mr Jeff Tomer were married at the M E par sonage Wednesday evening Rev F R Roberts performed the ceremony after wh ch they left for their nicely furnishedcottage on Main street Mrs Tomer is the daughter of John McCoy of Sample a very attractive girl Mr Tomer is a very highly respected young man and the correspondent wishes them many happy years and much Suc cess BUSINESS MAN- UPHOLDS FARMERS Says People are Losing Sight of 1Hie Producing Element of v This CountryFarmers Should Get Good Prices WilY NOT OTIIlRS THINK Jt does seem to me that the people generally and especially those high up in power are losing sight of the iuterest of the farming element of this country In their waging such a hard fight against high prices of meat etc The farm rs ate the producing element of this glorious country of ours and it does not seem fair to me to boycott their whole production and allow the manu factures trusts and cumbiiies to go un noticed It does not seen fair that they should be permitted to charge the farmers outrageous an I exorHtantt prices for every thing that they mjinufac I ture and ynodute which the farmers of 1 tills country ILl e utmost comprlled 0I buy from them in order to be able to pro uce the very meat and bread i hut the people Mil now tryi g to bot i cott + + m r Warts m + um u Foil SALEHouse and lot In IvvitiKtun two story with 10 rooms very de slrnblo property Wrlto Mrs A Ollcumb H18 WIlt llroudwll Louisville Ky foriprice und terns For sal ono incubator and brooder good as A bargain to the llrst comer Jusst nobler Ciorerport ICy Farm for sale In tllILckrora Bottom lIun 150 acres In who e truck butcoollCounty at a bargain C E Krlol Gloverport Ky i FOIL SALEA ulr box ball alloys In good burKlilnIor5011 SALE English Kitchen situated In Ciorerport centrally located and paying wellun amount Invested Apply or wrlto John Welsunburg Oloverport Ky1 irpAwr I IANEW LINE AT PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co It is true that most all the big packing concerns of this country which are nothing more than our gigantic1 trusts jet nearly nil the meat and bread bought up in the country then of course the prices of the material go skyward The manufactures trusts and com- hins of this country seem to be permitted under the laws w ich we now live to handle the producer and Consumer just about ns they please And neither producer nor consumer can help himself Who Is responsible- for these laws Give the wage earner hatter wngen rut the whole people en equal footing wits the tniiiiiiiuctures trusts and combines under the laws of this country and they will be better ruble to pay the farmers who are the foundation stone of this government good prices for their productsSurely it la time for the people to stop and think over this matter more seriously D H S Reduced Rates to Mardi Gras From Cloverport to Mobile Alabama Pensacola Florida New Orleans I a Feliy l2v4rOand 7 CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of Ovecoats Ladies Cloaks SUITSI Oat FOUNTAINPENS MENS OVERCOATS Tens Overcoats Worth 1250 at 9 000 Men 00atMens Overcoats Worth 700 at 5 98I r Mens Overcoats Worth 500 at 3 98 1 lot Boys Overcoats 8 9 10 11 worth 149250 sale price i I 1 lot Boys Knee Pants worth 50c 39at c trThese prices will hold good for the next Days Do not fail to take advantage of these prices t Valentine Day February 14th Ae are ready now to show you a tempting line of r Fancy Conceits Novelties Comics Etc Lace Valentines Box Novelties Valentine Drops Red Hearts different sizes for valentine parties Etc Comic Valentines Valentine Post Cards Valentine Booklets Valentines from Ic up J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY u A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how iUvould please your friends Brabandt Studio Clovrpurt Ky I Irvington Ky Every Tuesday oo nraam Tobacco Notes K J Stallman of Chenault cleared VinS from three acres of tobacco this season Harry Still well near Stcnhcnsport J raised SV500 pounds of tobacco from 254 acres and sold it at 1260 per hundred Alf Taylor sold his purchase of Burley last week at a handsome profit In The General Office Miss Kathrine Moorman has n pot Lion in the general offleeH of the L H b St L K H She Has liter want nz his puce for sometime ami hei friend are glad to learn of lit r ucces I it tSale atll G T Masons Saturday Feb 12 Begins at 10 a m Farm Implements Household Furniture Corn Hay and One Horse A Fine Purchaseof Tobacco Sttphensporlhuand brst purchases of Burley tobacco that has hen mado in the county It Is not a large purchase about lOOofio pounds but it is the quality that makes it desirable and attractive Another beauty about it is that it is being handled by one of the best handlers of tobacco in the county Mr Andrew Crawford Ills reputation tor handling is world wide when ie put up a hogshead of tobacco it can be depended upon as being the right article and in the right order This firm ought to make a handsome sum on th s purchase n ftft Wjl lfrlWWlflEW ttIINW L BIG REDUCIIONI 1 I in Mens Suits and Ten LADIES CLOAKS I Lad Cloaksl Worth I1250 I t mm 900 00at1 ILadies Cloaks Worth 830 ILadr at 5 98 I Ladies Cloaks Worth b 50 r 4 981 5 Ladies Cloaks Worth 5 1 at 3 981Ladies at Cloaks Worth 4 r ww 2 Ladies Cloaks Worth 3- at I 96 DF ALEXANDER t IRVINGTON KENTUCKY L a r u ea r i I 4p IY X 4j + + ++r r ++ Mt qa n rr C i rf I fit isforPain iiTv in Chest r3I I I I For sore throat sharp pain in lungs tightness across the coughlaveLiniment You dont need to rub just lay it on lightly It penetrates instantly to the seat of the trQublc relieves congestion and stops the pain Heres the Proof- Mr AW Price Fredonla Kans says We have used Sloans LInI- ment for a year and find it an excel lent thing for sore throat chest pains colds and hay fever attacks A few drops taken on sugar stops cough- ingt and sneezing instantly t DSloans Linimenis plasters acts quicker and does Nil not clog up the pores of the skin It Is an excellent antiseptic remedy for asthma bronchitis and all inflammatory diseases of the throat and chest will break up the deadly membrane in an attack of croup and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheu matic pains koopSloan Prices 2Sc SOc I 100 lk SloanBOSTON I t MINTS fOR fARMERS d i A Place For Everything Receutly 1 stepped Into a farmers I barn and looked about writes a corre spondent of Farm and Fireside The f harness was thrown on tho hall floor in a promiscuous heap The saddlesI were over In a corner and I noticed the mice hud Leon working on thorn I A currycomb mud brush and three horse blankets lay near by The ball way seemed to be a general catch nil I even noticed a hatchet and saw lying loose fund several halters wore stretched micros the floor The owner of all this material was ns slovenly with his farming as with his barn There was no air of pus perky about his place A short tlmo afterward I was In the burn that belonged to this mans neigh bor and It showed a different IewI The owner seemed to have a place for everything In time hallway was tinb harness but ouch set hung on Its own r I peg A hex near the stalls contained brush and currycomb At one end of u 1 the hallway I found a miniature workshop mid bench and every tool was In Its place Horse covers anti halters hung on nails In their corners and c everything about had the appearance of neatness Needless to say It was u prosperous up to dote farmer who k owned this barn lKverythlng about skllli ed hand rh r h Winter Manuring x iSonic farmers condemn the practlcft of spreading stable manure on frozen a land as wasteful and extravagant Other prosperous men 1110 enthusiastic l lintheir pralso of winter manuring This difference of opinion Is based partly but not altogether on expe rience obtained under different con ditions I believe that the opinion that this method is wasteful is usually based on prejudlco only Manure drawn out and spread from t day to day In winter on grass lands especially I have found beneficial It retards tho melting of the snow pro tects frosts the cold winds told as the y snow melts Its Juices are carried down to tho roots which hastens tho growth r of tine grass In the summer this manure protects the roots from tho sun and through Increased growth of the top and the roots time humus In the soil Is Increased std the productive ness of the soil benefited Cor Farm and Fireside Poultry Notes U tho rats are destroyed now they ifKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSM 4 WITH Dr Kings New Discover I IIFOR COUGHS Trial IIPRICE SAND ALL THROAT ANn LUND TROUBLES GUARANTEED SA IfiJFAO OR- OBJlOXJlYltDUNDED r I V cannot harm the little hides later on Were chicken houses disinfected oc cnsloiinlly there would bo tower out breaks of disease When killing meat animals do not neglect to save some of tho scraps to feed the hens and ducks Any arrangement for supplying fresh water at nil times Is well worth seri ous consideration und Installation In charcoal nature has provided a simple remedy for many of the com 111011 poultry ailments Provide plenty of It There Is no gift required for successful poultry raising Plain common sense and willingness to work are tho essentialsSmall potatoes and turnips saved wizen the crops were gathered are valuable poultry food at this tlmo If well chopped The Farmer and the Incubator Ono point and an Important one in favor of the incubator is the fact that IItr can bo put to work early turning out chicks and consequently tho farmer can have all tho March or April chicks he desires says the Poultry Tribune The cockerel from these hatches will be ready for the market at a time when they will bring the best prices which Is not possible In any considerable number at least In the case of hen hatched chicks for the simple reason that it Is impossible to get a sutllclent number of broody hens so early In the season The pullets from these early hatches will begin laying early in tho fall while the hens are In molt and when eggs are high in price and if given proper care will Ikeep it up all winter Early pullets properly cared for make the best of winter layers Selecting Brood Sows Prolificacy usually Is a family char acteristic and It Is wise to select a prospective brood sow from a large litter of robust pigs The strongest pigs of a litter most suitable for pro spective sows usually nurse from the teats nearest to the front of the udder The prospective sow may therefore be chosen before she is taken from her damn In selecting brood sows the highest possible standard of excellence should be retained and all others should be marketed for porkPro I fessor Fuller Wisconsin Kxpcrlmen + Station Plant Fruit Trees Plant fruit trees on the uncultivated pots along the fence lines and In the folds The Investment Is good adds both to beauty of farm and to theIvalue of It Be sure fruit trees are setIWhere they will have sufficient drainage Many a tree IIs blamed by Its owner for being a bad variety when the fault is In the drainage Farm and HunchICows Need Good Care Dont try to keep too many cows If 4 your farm Is small Keep a few good ones antI care for them well SomlI tinest good cows and good feed may Iproduce poor results It the manaip 1 I + not rhrJif Homestead I Administrators NoticI All persons holding claims against I the estate of Samuel A Hicks deceased I arc notified to present same properly I proven according to law before the undersigned on or before Feb 21jj 1010 Anyone knowing themselves in debted to said estate will please come forward and settle Marion Weatherholt Admr j GUINEA PIGS TO AID HEALTH I II Illinois Biological Laboratory Will Use Animals In Milk Test- Ono 1jI j room of lilt soon to 1 lo estab I fished Illinois biological laboratory IsI to be dovotcd to oxperlmpnts on guinea pigs to determine whether cows mill contains tuberculosis bacilli but It Is not probable the guinea pig Industry I will begin at once tot tho manufac ture of hog cholera serum will have right of way over the diagnosis of milk limit the ordinary and the guinea pigs will receive Injections when the laboratory work gets In full Bwljig the former of blood from Infected hogs and the litter of milk Hog cholera serum Is obtained from tin tall of a pig that huts been rondo Im mune by proper Infusions of diseased blood Does Your Back Ache If it does you should know that backache is generally caused by weak or diseased kidneys A medicine called Kidnets has all its ingredients printed on the label so that everyone may know just what is in it Ii is the great kidney and bladder medicine It stops frequent urination Druggist and dealers sell it for 50c Governor Hnrmon Likes White House During the recent visit ot thirty gov ernors to the White House Governor Harmon of Ohio advanced to one of the south windows mud admired the view stretching to tho Potomac now do you like the view asked Governor Brady of Idaho lilt Is fine replied Governor Har mono1hIH is a splendid house and I understand It Is for rent every four years Are you going to apply for a lease I shall have to consult Mrs liar mon about that guardedly replied Ohios Democratic executive When this story was repeated to Secretary if State Knox who also was present ho Inquired Ho hasnt seen tho upstairs rooms yet though has he Subscribe Right Now n PEOPLE OF TILE W The Republican Whip With tho majority party In the Rouge of representatives divided over the rules of procedure the duties of loltn Wilbur Dwlght the Republican whip have been decidedly on time strenuous order of late Mr Dwight Is quite new in the position of whip his first expo rlencc being In the extra session last summer when he was kept busy lining up his party for the Payne tariff bill He succeeded James E Watson of In JlIDN W DWIGHT diana who for many years wielded the majority whip Mr Watson gave up congress to become the Republican candidate for governor of Indiana in 1008 but was defeated at the polls Congressman Dwight is a native of Dryden N Y where he has always resided and will be fiftyone next May lie represents tho Thirtieth New York district and was elected to tho Fiftyseventh congress to till n vacancy Since then he has been regu larly returned lIe Is one of the mostt popular members of his state delega tion and has won fame as a harmo nlzer It seems not unlikely that ho will need all of this quality he possesses for some timeto come INabuco a Versatile Genius Ambassador Nabnco of Brazil Is one of the most accomplished diplomats in Washington It was said by Director John Barrett of the pan Amerlcan bureau that he could write a treatise on International law In English with his right hand and a French poem with the other which would deceive the critics into thinking It was the work of sonic renowned poet lie was brought up In the days of the Brazilian empire In a cultured home full of the most rcQned associa tions and he says thnt the young mOll of his country of that day spent their time among books while now the young men of the same ago take trips to the United States and England tc complete their education along busI ness lines The ambassador tins hind the benefit of both systems and he works at his desk standing present Ing an unusual appearance from his six feet In height and military car tinge lie was an ardent supporter of the great emperor mud one of the last to be reconciled to his being driven from the throne Minister to Persia From a clerkship In the department of justice twenty years ago to a port folio In time diplomatic service Is tin record of Charles W Russell recent ly appointed minister to Persia In the meantime Mr Russell hud risen b force of ability through the various grades In the department to tho post of assistant attorney general During the first Roosevelt adminis tration Mr Russell was made a spe clal assistant attorney general in charge of Insular affairs to look after I CHAIIIiKS VT IIUSSELLII matters in our island possessions Then ho was employed to Investigate the title to the Panama canal at the time this government was about In acquire that property In the course of his investigation he went to Paris and his work was so well done that Attorney General Knox adopted his report after only a tow days examina tion in tho French capital on his own account Subsequently Mr Russell was engaged In milking Investigations of various charges against judges and other federal officials especially west era and territorial officers In all lath work ho has won the praise of his superiorsThe minister Is a native of Wheeling W Va and is fiftythree rears old On was appointed assist tat attorney general four years ago II I WLDOUGLAS S3 3 vs4SHOES- BO mrOES i12UZ9 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAilER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MARES I havo 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 OJONES 110 Howard Ave Utica N Y If I could take you into my large fac tones at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes remade you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any Other make prlcqIMaeqntonlhalmnI If ynnnlralcr ciuin tt fit yon with WL1onilMBlioe WLnouglaenrocktonMae J C Nolte Bro The Real Farmer To the Editor of Tho SunSir I read with surprise your article on eggs at GO cents a dozen and the remarks the commission man made about the farm ers riding in automobiles These silly statements made by the middleman are simply attempts to place the blame on the poor farmer while the comission man is quietly putting themoney in his pocket taking no risk reporting cases of eggs as broken or seconds when there is no flaw in them There are hun dreds of agents sent out by commission houses to visit the farmer and offer him the lowest prices Meanwhile the grain man keeps his price up and I have known of three poultry plants selling out this year because they could not pay the grain bills Many a socalled gentlemen farmers have business in the city and are the owners of large estates They may ride in automobiles but the farmer who has his house usually mortgaged eats no meat never has cream can afford no hired help and never eats eggs he does not ride in an automobile he is tthe real farmer and the man who needs help I had about twenty+ five chickens on hand on my summer place and not knowing what to do with them gave them to a commission man of good standing Chickens were 38 and 32 cents a pound he gave me 15 cents a pound and I had to pay about 511 cents express besides With the price of birds when young at 25 cents each the feed for four months labor not count ed I was out about 0 Now if eggs and by that I mean fresh hennery eggs ire 60 and 50 cents a dozen I will find- a few farmers for your customers in that congested city who will be glad to sell their eggs at 43 cents a dozen- Daremore Farm Ashland Mass January25New York Sun Took All Ills Money Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines to cure u Stomach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly cure ut slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Jaundice Malaria and Debility 850 at levers Drugstore OUR HIGHWAYS THE WORST Englishman Declares That He Found No Such Poor Ones Elsewhere While on a visit to this country recently Robert H Jackson of Wnlbutn Lodge London had during an Interview occasion to criticise the condItion- of our highways Mr lackson said No country I have visited has such poor rends as tthe United States This Is surprising to me for If there Is any inprovement u nation can make tint mys for Itself It Is time building of first class highways I spent several weeks in Indlanaat Terre Haiile amid as I am Interested largely In farm lag I trade frequent trips through the surrounding country Some of the roads were six Inches deep In dust md In the winter 1 doubt not thist dust becomes sludge How the farmers can get to market with their crops Is beyond me Your roads wherever I have been ore generally very bad In England wo hove excellent roads as in other countries of Europe Road building mid road Improve ment are done through the township unit system Nearly every township has one or more steam rollers and the cost of Improving the roads or building now ones Is borne by time property owners In proportion to the valuation of their holdings Most of the modern roads of England have a foundation of bricknot of ordinary brick but brick ot large size Upon this foundation are placed several Inches of soil and on top of this soil bluestone which Is ground Into the soil by means of tho steam rollers This makes a first class durable road that will keep In good condition during all seasons of the year Over here most of tho roads ore made by simply turning the turf and grading At least that Is how they impressed me x iI Save 75BY PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 125 The regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us whore they saw it will be able to have one reserved nt the low rate of JzS Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready noW buy one for future use c I I PRINOIPAL fIBUSINESS COLLEGE14OQHPOMAT t Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY ioH i liPtrfJI ft LOW ONE WAY COLINIST RATEST- OCalifornia Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tana Nevada New Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta Saskatchen 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 Do It Now Subscribe RURAL TELEPHONES 1 T1 m miIr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call onjtho manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company and have him explain the special Far mors Line rate F CUMBERLAND TEl EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY s Incorporated h yarib stillsl Md1Osth dlVa M Ilss q1M- II Kentucky School Teacher and Normal Training Present and prospective teachers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties are invited to consider the new Normal Do il partmont of Kingswood College Special uptodate normal training is offered hero under pars ticular favorable environments Normal students have advantages of good musical instruct Lions good Literary Societies and the inspiration and stimilus of advancedcollege associations and in addition will bo allowed l J one or more studies in the collegiate department free i of charge I Our second term begins January 1 1910 Much of this torm will be devoted to the preparation of teachers for practij cal work in the commOn schoolsnThe principal of this department seeks to find out wherein helplersond u fc mHy expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to succeed in the profession of teaching We do no cramming here but good honest and thoro worki Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars per term J W HUGHES President V4 ff C rv Wfi DO ALL KINDS OF JObW f lJ r- ti t f t9 f I7 FO- RlOur New eriall Stor 11 JIT Tl- Lure e OjV I 0 TheMask Which will egin Soon A WAR WITH JAPAN than Their Labor and Morals Says Califbrnia Senator I Senator Frank McGowan of sia In an address before the tlon of building trades of Call i the other day at Monterey Cal that tho Pacific coast was tied with a flood of tho cheap ad cheaper morals of Japan bettor he said to have a fjlth Japan than to have this y filled with these people who dr cheaper mode of living can t the white man In any occu 1ycnter Ho attacked the rlilaturo for what ho called its lee In refusing to enact more i exclusion laws against tho They fawned before Jotter of a conflict between our vtUxfttlons be said The only owan saId ho feared was a flre n the two standards of life k America would go down to 1 Subscriber o 11 Saved From Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes Lewis Ghamblln of Manchester Ohio R R No 3 as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that I am alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard It also cured my four children of croup Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy for LaGrlppe Asthma desperate lung trouble and nil bronchial affections BOc aud 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by SeversDrug Co Notice That resolutions of respect arc publishedat 5 cents per lino Please do not sond obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter u l JL ITS OPPONENTSWIN County local Option Bill In Hostile Committees Hands ITS FRIENDS TALK OF GAG RULE Next Move of the Advocates of the Maesure Awaited With Interest Bill Presented to Prevent the Cus tom of TreatingPropositIons of Importance Before the Kentucky General Assembly BY J H STUART Vrankfort KySpeclalAfter a four days hard struggle the oppo nets of the county unit local option bill won their fight to have that meas ure referred to the committee on re ligion and morals on Thursday after noon The fight came up In this way The rules of the senate provide that when a bill has been printed and Is rend a second time by Its title It shall be referred to an appropriate committee by the president of the senate unless the committee to which ho refers It shall be changed by a majority of the senate It Is under stood that Lieutenant Governor Cox who is president of the senate Is favorable to the bill and wound have referred It to some rdmmlttco that was somewhat favorable to the bill Unfortunately for the bill Governor Wlllsoa had to go to Washington which made President Cox the acting governor and made President Pro Tern Linn the acting president of tho senate till Governor Willson returned It is understood that Linn Is opposed to tho county unit bill and if left to him he would refer It to the commit tee on religion and morals which as at present constituted Is opposed to the bill and will report It unfavorably The rules further provide that when- a bill Is reported unfavorably It takes a twothirds vote of the senate to ad vance It to Its third reading For that reason the friends of the bill were opposed to giving Linn an opportun ity to refer the bill and tried to fight off Its reference till Lieutenant Gover nor Cox again became the presiding officer of the senate The senate Is considered to be about eyenly divided It the bill over came to a direct vote with possibly a slight majority in favor of the mean uro though there are two or three senators who have voted with the friends of the bill for the past week who will vote against it on final pas sage and the same number who have voted with the opponents of the bill who will vote for the bill on final passage The friends of the bill claim that some most extraordinary parliamentary rulings were made In order to reach the point where the bill was referred on Thursday while the op ponents of the bill say they wee only following a long line of precedents In Insisting that tho bill should go to the religion and morals committee Led by Senator Thomas of Bourbon the friends of the bill made a desperate fight to hold the fort till Cox returned and some rather caustic things were claimed about the gag rules of the senate that hud been adopted so they said for tho solo purpose of defeating the county unit billJust what tho next move of the friends of local option will be Is not known but It Is believed they have a card up their sleeves that will be played sometime this week but they are keeping very quiet about their plans Somebody started the rumor that politics on the county unit bill had played a part In having Governor Cox go to Cincinnati last Wednesday thus taking Conn Linn out of tho chair for that day but It Is stated hero on undoubted authority that It had nothing whatever to dowith Coxa trip to Ohio The present legislature is expected to take somo action relative to dis posing of tho old state house and the square of ground upon which the buildings stand but no ono seems to know exactly what will become of tho historic old structure Tne first suggestion made two years ago was to devote the building to a state his torical museum and place it In charge of the State Historical society and It met with much popular favor at that time as tho great majority of tho people want the old building pre served because so many hallowed memories of Kentuckys great men since 1829 are associated with it Recently a plan has been put on foot to convert It into a state normal and law school and a bill has Veen intro ducod in the house looking to that end Senator Burnam of Madison has Introduced a bill authorizing tho sale of the buildings and grounds to the highest bidder provided as much as 75000 can bo realized from tho sale but this bill has mot with a storm of protests from all those who want tho old building preserved intact There are three buildings on tho grounds the statohouso proper tho executive building and tho red brick building as the smallest building is called Tho state house proper Is a classic old structure with bIt stone columns in front and a wonderful self supporting spiral stone stairway It WAS erected between 1829 and 1832 4 l and all tho stone In it was quarried from tho batiks of the Kentucky river and sawed out by hand Henry vnj John C Brccklnrldgc John J Critton den and all of Kentuckys groat ora tors and statesmen for the last 80 years have spoken within Its walls Many historical scones havo tran spired within Its high ceilings and It is looked upon with reverence by nearly everybody In the state from school children up to tho oldest Inhabitants S Tho following arc the titles to some of the more Important bills that have been introduced during the past weekAct providing that contributory negligence shall not bo a bar to re covery of damages but may servo to reduce the amount of damage award ed for death or injury Act providing for appointment ol four State Bank Examiners by the secretary of state at 3000 a year salary each two of them to be Dem ocrats and two Republicans the sal aries to be paid out of tho tees charg ed the banks for the examinations- Act providing for an appropriation of 120000 for erection of buildings for a tuberculosis sanatorium and 60000 annually thereafter to main tain U- Act fixing the punishment for bur glary at life imprisonment or the In- flIction of the death penalty in tho discretion of the Jury Act declaring all telegraph tele phone express and pipe lino com panics to be common carriers and placing them under tho supervision olf the state railroad commission Act granting pensions to Confeder ate soldiers Act providing that the state treasurer be authorized to pay Interest on state warrants Act to prohibit the sale of Intoxicat ing liquor on legal holidays as it is now prohibited on Sunday Act appropriating 60000 for new buildings at state university 45000 for same purpose at each of the two state normal schools and 25000 ad ditlonal annually to state university for running expenses and 10000 an nually to Eastern Normal school for running expenses S t t One of the most unique bills that has ever been presented Is ono to prohibit the habit of treating It provides that If any one shall give or pay for a drink of intoxicating liquor for another ho shall bo fined from 10 to 25 and also provides a fine for the keeper or seller of the liquor so sold or used In treating It is contended and properly too that the habit of treating causes more unnecessary drinking than another one thing and If It could bo stopped that more than half of the evils of drinking would soon disap pear It seems very doubtful how ever about tho enforcement of such a law for it could be so easily evaded If the law should be passed and one man desired to treat another he could give him tho price of the drink and they could walk Into the saloon together and each pay for hie drink without any one being the wiser as to where the money came from s A strong effort is being made at this session of the legislature to en act a law that will give women the right to vote in school elections and the chances now appear to favor the passage of such a bill It Is pointed out that Kentucky stands nearly at the bottom of the states as far as the education of its people Is concerned the per cent of Illiteracy being so great as to really bo shameful Mrs Desha Breckln ridge of Lexington Is greatly Inter ested In the bill and at a public meeting In Frankfort last week at which a number of legislators were present made a most admirable ad dress on the subject She said that nearly all the progressive states now allow the women to vote In school elections and predicted that if wom en were given tho right to vote In Kentucky they would go to work and reduce the per cent of Illiteracy to n minimum in a few years The wom ens clubs all over Kentucky are tak ing an active Interest in urging the passage of the law and a number ol leading legislators are already pledg ed to vote for It Senator Claude Thomas of Bourbon has introduced tho bill in the senate and will use every effort to have It become a law t Kentucky had a Democrat for governor for about five hours last Wednesday and both branches of the Democratic legislature took a recess of fifteen minutes to go down to the executive office to congratulate the acting governor The law provides that when both the governor and the lieutenant governor aro out of tho state the president pro tern of the senate shall become the acting gover nor Governor Willson was in Wash ington and Lieutenant Governor Cox Was compelled to bo In Cincinnati for a few hours on Important business on Wednesday so Presdent Pro Tern Conn Linn of Calloway county be came the acting governor While ho was In the executive chair a movement was started to have him pardon Henry Youtsey tho only one of the men indicted for the murder of Governor Goehol who is serving a term in prison A resolution was prepared to be Introduced in tho house and senate asking the acting gover nor to pardon Youtsoy but some of the friends of Linn urged that it would put him in an embarrassing position to ask him to do something that the Republican governor had not boon asked to do so the resolution was nover offered and Youtsey Until In the penitentiary +r Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147 I HS 143 141STATIONS 146 I 142 I 144 I 148 Dally Dolly Dally Dally Dully Dolly Dally Daily UH q 40 iff Lv Loul vllleAt 7 15 12 55 740 PUI 1M AM 111 IM U 33 f4 em 8 53 Strawberry 700 1124U 725H9 39 500 851 BlSlloff 6 52 f2 30 7 18 U 4U IS Oo Ig 09 Aledora f6 42 lia 19ff7 08 9 51 f5 W lIII 14 Stites 16 H6 12 lit 02 957 fs 17 1117 Kathryn 612 H2 08 659lU 01 5 Ml 1U 21 Vest Point 6 29 12 05 U C6 1003 f523 IU 25 Howard 627 112 nz fU c4 11100Uf iii3iii f6 46 10 13 ff5 37 fg 84 Rock Haven 6 if fll 4816 41 10 19 15 43 tO 41 Lung Branch 6 09 11 41116 5310 25 552 94U Brandenburg 11 UJ J1 32 U 25 10 yi 5 59 f9 56 Ekrou fi 86 111 23 U 16 10 3I 1 0865l10436rf8 Irvlngton 54i 11 Iii5M10 40 fJ 3l flO 19 Winston 533 flO 67 f5 42 10 50 659 flO 2y Lodlburg 527 flO 48ff5 34 11 02 f6 40 10 33 Mystic 521 110 41 52611 05 f6 jO HO 37 Sample 518 flO 37 fs 22 1111 6 fib lU 44 Steplicitsport 5 11 10 27 5 14 1111 1102 flO 48 Addison 508 11022 f5 l011 08Gamf 7 15 Cloverport 4 57 10 07 4 57 S 1G 6 119 7 18 11 03 Shops 5 54 10 04 4 M 8 12 0 12 11 iJ8 ll 28 11 11 Sklilman4 46 IU 55 4 44 f8 oa 6 zl 11 45 7 37 11 18 Hawesville 4 38 9 43 4 36 7 52f6 27 11 51 f7 45 11 25 Petrle 4 32 fU 57 428 f14f0 6 32 40 11D fl50 11 21 Adair 421i f 52 424 f739 31f66 4 10 fO 17 4 11 f1 24 11f77 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch 8 5U IS 52 56 3 51 7 02 7 13 12 35 8 35 12 10 Owensboro 3 50 f8 45 I 3 45 6 65I I I 1 M f 18 51f77 31 30 f8 50 87fT40 Stanly 332 f822 f3 28 l3 21f71 322 807 3 17 C621 7 53 1 08 to 16 12 43 Beals 3 18 8 Or 3 13 f6 Hi 758 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsviile3 105 7 58 f3 11 6 Ig 8 8 01 1 15 C9 24 12 50 liaskett 3 12 7 52 f3 07 I 6 OS 5AP tt1 48 10 05 1 28 HoweILu 242 7 1U 230 L 1 55 1015 136 Evansvllle 235 7 10 230 740 740 ST LOUiS 000 8H4 A n1 P N P M A M IIf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisPulimnnman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class I Is4 Class I 11st Class I Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 IU STATIONS Mixed Mixed Passon Iissen Mixed eexSunday645pm 530am J110am LvlrvlngtenuAr 1010am IIlipm114 PM- f655 f540 fll 10Basin Spring ffO lil f350 fll 25 nOI f555 sl3 huGarfleldsU42 5327 s1110 f720 C607 fll 13 Harnedh f918 f307 flO 58 s721 s612 S1146 Junctlonhh 1923 s257 slO 53 5734 s610 sll 50uHardlnsburg 5923 5243 slO 18 8741 sO27 sllGl Junction sU 17s283 s1040 f750 f637 1203pmuKlrkh ii09 f222 flO 31 f757 fjJ5 tJ20UlcQubdyh f90 C202 flO 24 sS 10 1J 59 s220siass Qlcndeane h 585s147 slO 1U s819 1700 hu Dempsters8 31s140s83a S1241 Falls of Rough f8H1s125 s80 sl2 CO Dempster 1811x103 slO 06 1855 713 f 100hoe Rockvale f513 si 00 flO 01 956fgfl 1B f730 f 110 Oaksp7 58 f223 f 045 S920 736 f120 uEmltchs7li s1215 s 038 750 35V430pm EARLINOTON 4 10 OInl Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees a If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed 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 let us introduce you to the man who has thwfelSiy property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales JnoDBabbage 3Q0140aCres2mlles from Guston 3 Irvlngton well watered lays well good young orchard Rood timber on rural route school luiuso few yards fron house Improvements Rood four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two Rood barns barn and tenont houso and cls torn back In tho field meat and lion house i wood shod will nollon easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Babbago Oloverport Ky 67 AGUE J7AUM 5 room cottage hall and porch In good repair good 7stall stock barn two good sldo sheds crib Rood meat house and hen house and a variety of apples neverfailingof Hurdtnsburg In easy distance to the Illgh School building when erected 2 fififl Por 100 acres four miles west ol p r vuv alondoane 3 miles from brunch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat ami tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lag 1 log dwelling a rooms and sldo room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price 2000 K cash FOR SALEStoro house and dwelling com corner First and high Streets wholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Cloverport AvenueWollpOU SALh A farm containing 250acres and fivQL5a Rtoro room over It two good stock barns Vh enant house ahout5UO apple and peach tree also pears quinces and apricots most all Winds of small fruits Including a nice clearedbalancej of black locust lulllclent for posts towire the whole farm in It lies near Ekron onlongsurroundedby stepIntobusinessAnretireIsulas address JNO V UAOUAOE Clover port Kv It Pays to Advertise See us I The thing to do is toj Advertisetiin 4 i iitr r TJ IJ u BACONS GREEN TAG CLEARANCE SALE Now in Progress Continues Throughout February 100 000 Worth oi Merchandise to Clear Jl Bargains Bargains Bargains In Every Departmenti r 10000 Given Away During This Sale Commencing this week we will present each week for a period of four weeks 2500 to the charitable institution receiving the highest number of votes cast in one week CONDITIONS Any Charitable Institution in Kentucky or Indiana can be voted for Each lOc purchase entitles you to one vote e TIPnJOlI LP I i I 330344 W Market Street r ICyrI12 gm M WEBSTER Mr lIaddock Says Do Not Blame Farmers Fort high Prices Tlity are Only Lifting Mortgages gettintf sirious with the wnge workers when be can not afford to eat meat When the heads of the concern for which they are working can afford to ride in 10 000 autos drink line wine and cat Poter house at 73c per pound Dont t blame the farmer he Is only getting just compensation for his labor and investment Hta bank account is not r growing lie is busy lifting the Ii mortgages that were caused to be 4 4placedon his home In the past by the L boycottLonly producer and will soon have him join ing a society to go bar footed Raise the wages and the wage workers can I eat meat at the present price Arthur Drane was the guest of Miss t Nannie Cowley Sunday evening a Mrs H C Haddock entertained to dinner Saturday Miss Molly Adkisson Mrs Payne Mrs Compton Mrs EHle St Clair Mrs Geo Claycomb Mrs Annie Kurtz and Mrs H C Stewart 13 T Payne H H Morton and Hall Drain were in Hardinsburg Thursday Horace McCoy has returned to his home at Union Star Mr McCoy taught us a splendid school and has made many friends during his stay at Webster If you want the best lour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Forrest Compton is visiting his uncle Frank Speaks at Rhodelia Glen Hendricks was the guest of Mr Jas StClair Sunday Chester Payne was the guest of Earnest Compton Sunday Thurman Drane of Louisville visit ed his mother Sund- ayChlldran Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA y A SIMONS President II L OELE 1 9 9T 1ruIduntIIVV IAYNK I MATTINULY 1 LI IJi IUKK MA1UON tVgATIIEn11OLT Cushlur J A LARRY JI Original Sale Checks will be usedas Ballots each 10c counting as voteWrite the name of the Institu tion to be voted for on the backof the sale check and deposit same in the ballot box v us catty eawca ecuumuw rac ucv- i J To Be Buried I ISide of His Brother Frankfort Ky Jan 28Special- It I has been definitely determined that Arthur Gosbel will be buried beside his j brother in the Frankfort cemetery His funeral will be nt St Pauls German Protestant church in Coviugton on Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock The Rev Mr Smith will conduct the services and Rot crt B Franklin will deliver the funeral address On Monday morning the body will leave Covington for Frankfort on the Queen and Crescent railroad by way of Georgetown arriving in Frankfort shortly before noon From that time until Thursday it will be in the chapel in the Frankfort cemetery JJustus Goebel and other inernhers of the fumily will not come to Frankfort until Wednesday night Tho train bearing the body will be met at Frank fort by the reception committee of citizens and a detail will escort it to the chapel If you want the best flour buy the Lewlsport BEST patent flow HOARD Ol lUUEOTOHS PAUL LEWIS Assistant Cashier BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated 4 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2260000 wish all a Happy and Prosperous Now Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore con WEr tributed their patronage and Influence We have made our resolution to double our business during 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether It be large or small we will appreciate and give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to be continually reducing a small one If you are not already a customer we invite yourattention to our board of directors composed of successful business men who direct the affairs ofthis bank Fully insured Intrest paid J on time deposits If our methods please you tell others if not tell us and we will see to it the fault If ours J wilIJ be corrected i nT1S QT J0ia22 pSCrCO 472C4dW JVisitor From Home Dear Mr Babbnge The News re ceived this afternoon and readat once It will always be welcome as it is like a visitor from home Wishing you much success in the future I am yours re spectfully Mrs 0 I Graham 205 W Ninth Street Owousboro Ky Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Doaus Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggint all sell it- Wintering In Florida Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville- is spending the winter on the Florida coast with Mrs Eliza Webb Mrs Webbs granddaughter Miss Lucile Graham is with them i If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour I Club Meets The boys club was entertained Friday I night by Mr Harold Murray Those presentwere Chas Fallen Sterrett and Felix Jnrboe j Winners will be awarded their j 2500 each week on the Mondayjj following ended the voting for the weekII just I Winners announced each Monday I in the Louisville afternoon papers 1 1- I rLouisville1 mi liA1 7Ya A AAt ra rouCl31 pa 2D r 0eaaav ramcrcw rausrm FOUNDRY May Have New Head Quarters Ice Plant Equipment Being Moved A L Fort manager of the Clover portIce plant is moving the machinery to his new home in Tennessee this week In all probability the Clouerport Foundry will move to the ice plant building and besides doing their usual work will manufacture or handle ice Union County Coal Mines Sold Morganfield Kyi Jan 27The Kentucky Coal and Mining Co was sold here this afternoon by the Peoples Bank and Trust Company trustees The Uniontown mines were bought by S K Hughes of Kyle Ohio for 25 000 and the Bakersville and Wavorly mines by Drury Drury of this city j for 37000 The personality brought 700 The appraised value of the j property laI 100000 I t7e 21OtJt 9tlu i tiE A Bill The Paper Must Pa Every line in a newspaper costs fQrbenelltpaid for If the grocer were ask contribute groceries to one abun ly able to pay for them he would re The proprietors of a newspaper Ifbeneficiaryi of the hardest things to be learnc spaItsre live To nylessl newspaper as for a landlord tofu rent free Exchange crrrJFOR CASTORChange In Publication Di y The Hawesville Clarion has chiS WedneiliSaturday i for change says the Clarion Tji vaSaturdayoannelton j W H CashierFSKILLMAN AsstCallt 6 pn THE OLD RELIABLEr BRJEXKINRJDGE BANK Jr k Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through throe panics and paid legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check r- An absolutely Sate Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time De- DIRECTORS A B Skillman LightfootJno Fisher WH 1I 6 r-