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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1I L THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I ItiC AIL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I jtYOXXXIY CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1910 8 Pales tit 32 BIG SUM GIVEN- FOR OHIO RIVER Rivers And Harbors Commits Takes Good Care Of Improvement Pr jects TWELVE YEARS WORK Washington Feb 10The Rivers- aIod Harbors Committee has concluded work on its bill and will shortly be able to report the bigl11ork barrell to the House Changes we re made in the committee on the Ohio river system of improvement and in the Big Sandy otherwise the appropriations remain as heretofore stated The Ohio River will receive 51000000 cash 2200000 In authorization and the usual amount 550000 for mainte nanceThe money is to be used to prosecute the work on dams 79 1011 19 29 41 and 48 No 29 is below the mouth of the Big Sandy 41 is at Louisville and 48 is at Henderson In addition the War Department adthorized to acquire the sites for all locks and dams on the river which puts the stamp of Congress approval on the general project from the Pittsburg to the mouth of the Ohlofiver Not a small part of the money ap propriated will be used by the War Department to acquire sites Including condemnation proceedings in order that the preliminaries may be accomplished in the next fiscal year The commitee beleives that the t3600000 will be all that can be expended but it Is stated that the bill to be reported from the committee next year will carry considerable more than 3500000 forthe Ohio as suffic ient progress will have been made by that time to bend the entire energies yif the department to tho abtual work which it is proposed to finish in twelve yearsAt Louisville according to the report of the chief of engineers it is proposed to expend the money the de partment allots there to widening the canal to 170 feet and commencing on the new lock and appurtenances to complete the project at Louisville 1440000 Is necessary and within per haps three years the workwill be ac complished if the bill of next year is more liberal Hope lie Will Live To Renew AgainSeventy Years Old Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find 25 cents for a renewal of my subscription for three months longer That will run me past my birthday if I live to see the fourteenth of next April when I will be seventy year old I was the first child of seven to come and will be the last to go My parents have long since passed away My brothers and sisters are all gone and also my uncles and aunts Thirtyfour years ago I sub scribed for the News and still find the paper good company Yours J M Cannon Hardinsburg Ky The News should love to hear from all subscribers who have been on the list thirty yearsEdito- rHARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs D R Murray were in Indianapolis last week Miss Mary Walls entertained the H T1 club and a number of iuvited guests Friday evening at a Valentine party The color scheme was white and red the ices aa well as the decorations being in these two colors Miss Murtiiie Monarch was awarded the girls prize Jot the best rhymed description ayoung man present Herbert Hook was award ed the young mans prize for a like description of some young lady Mrs D S McGill of Louisville spent last week with friends in town Every man who known Gus Brown eyelblink and watch him spit between his teeth and know the man by the de t Frankfortk d on he passage in the Senate does not meet with some objection on the part of Senators Gus Brown of Breckinridge county or J C Graham of Grayson unty or both The two Peuuyrlle t Senators keep In close touch withevery pending measure and being sticklers for the Constitution have caused many bills to be amended to suit their views u R ti 01 to be recommitted to tho committees for further consideration Both are able lawyers and quick to see any apparent defects in proposed legislation While both are considered among the ablest members of the upper branch they theirIhave come to be known among colleHgUfS tIfluw plckorlFrank fort News Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth enter tained the members of The Res Facl tnus Fraternity of tho High School Friday evening The Woodmen of the WorM organized here Friday night with fifteen membersIf want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Marriage Licenses Owen Meador 21 and Russia Robbins 20 Willie Pierce 25 and Ella Smith 17 Arthur Ater 20 and Elizabeth Bandy 21 Logan Butler 35 and Annie Trent 23 Miss Maggie Baker of Centerjown was the guest of Miss Ella Ahl several days last week- Franklin Klncheloe came down from Louisville Friday and remained until Monday Her Dert M Beard has tendered his resignation as Member of the State Fair Board Forestry and Immigration The position Is incompatible with the County Clerkship thus rendering the resignation a compulsory matter Quarterly meeting was held at the M E Church Saturday and Sunday with Elder Creech presiding William Caleb a Maravian Mission ary an Indian descendent from the Delaware tribe with which William Penn made his immortal treaty waSI in town two days last week He made an interesting address at the Public School Building Thursday morning telling of the training of Indian children On Friday night be preached to a full house at the M E Church The Freedom Telephone line basI been completed into town terminating at the exchange It connects Richard Sutton Anderson Fowler Peyton Iluyues Bud Nicholson John Murphy Taylor Tate Arthur Jarboe with the other lines terminating the exchange t Beard Bros snipped car load re 20 horses Monday to Lexington to be sold by the Kentucky Sales Co Arthur and Lon Heard art attending the sales County Court Clerk Herbert Beard Is preparing a list of the unrecorded deeds lodged in his office as the llaw directs The list will be posted at the Court House door to remind all concerned that the record has not yet been made Miss Margaret Beard wad in Louis ville Saturday mind Sunday the guest of Miss Margaret Maxwell Z M Lawrence of Panther DaviesS county is here as assistant Manager of the Cumberland Telephone Co Tonight at the M E Church South Dr Macher will preach on Sucessful Sin It is reported that the early summer will see one more automobile in pos session of Hardinsburg owners Ex Supt J W Trent was in town SundayMr mid Mrs Frank DeHaven haveI gone to Oklahoma with a view to finding a home to which they expect to move within the next year Rev Isaiah Clino will preach next Sunday evening romliThe Perfect Sphere of Man Everybody invitedI with a special invitation Lost or Misplaced While doing some surveying about three years ago near Cloverport I left in the care of some one a compass be longing to Mr A A LaHeist which he Is very anxious to find on account of once belonging to his father Information as to its whereabouts will be thankfully received and liberally rewarded by the undersigned Marion Weatherholt Has Nice Position News has been received from Lexing ton that Owen May has been made foreman of the Boiler Makers Department of the C O railroad at Lexing ton Mr May Is a former Cloverport man and his home people are glad to hear of his success Was Past Thrte Score Mrs Fettle Whorley of Tobinsport Ind died at her home Friday after being ill ever since last Thanksgiving She was seventysix years of age andI leaves one neice Mrs Mollie Ryan The deceased was a member of theI Baptist church and was a lovely old woman Miss Catherine Chestnut a trained nurse of Henderson attended her f IRVINGTON NEWS HOME AND ABROAD Big Turkey Dinner For Birthday Celebration Many Real Es tate And Business Trans actions OTIIhR ITEMS AND PERSONALS theIf you want Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs R B McGlothlan entertained at an elegant dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs R B McGlothlans natal day Besides the host and hostess covers were laid for Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlan Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Mr James Younger and daughter Miss Eudora of Cloverport and Mr Clarence McGlothlan of Sat Francisco Cal Rev J T Lewis of Fordsville was the guest of Dr and Mrs L B More men last week Mrs Julia Clarkson left Thursday for Big Spring after spending several weeks here with her daughter Mrs H H Kemper Mrs C L Chamberlain is expected home this week from Louisville where she has been for two weeks with her husband Mr Charlie Camberlain at the Deaconers Hospital Mr Cham berlain has been removed to Popes Sanitarium where he will have to stay for several months for treatment Moremen Jolly sold last week to Albert Marshall 5 lots on Walnut Ave for 500 L B Moremen sold to Albert Marshall 1 house and lot on Walnut Ave Consideration 500 Mrs Edwin Jolly entertainad the club at her home on Walnut Ave with a fortytwo party last Thursday afternoon A dainty luncheon was served after the game Mr H H Kemper and Mr E H Jolly substituted for Miss Jessie Brady and Mrs L B Moremen The Bourdmens and Royal Neighbors of this city will give a box social at the Moremen Hall on Thursday evening Feb 18 for the benefit of both Everyone is cordially invited to come Mr and Mrs Emmett Hays who have been visiting Mr and Mrs J M Mudd left yesterday for their home at Hodgensville II H Kemper has sold to R M Jolly a house and lot on Main St Con sideration 41000 Mr and Mrs Will Cain and two little girls of Louisville arrived last week andare the guests of Mrs Cains par cuts Mr and Mrs A B Coleman for some time Edd McAfee has returned from a short trip to Louisville George Barkley of Stephensport has returned home after being the guest of Mrs Bate Washington- Mrs Jno Childs of near Ekron was the guest of her daughter Mrs Ernest Galloway from Wednesday to Satur day George Lyddan sold last week to Judge W A Baskett of Brandenburg 1 mule for 22250 and 1 mule to John Lyddan for 205 J N Norris Son Co shipped a car load of fine poultry from this point to New York last week Miss Alberta Drury and brother Wathen Drury of Bewleyville were the week end guests of Miss Essie Kendall of Webster Jno Wimp went to Big Spring Sat urday to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Jess Clarkson Mrs Bertie Board came up from Henderson Saturday to be the guest of her brother and sister Mr and Mrs H B HeadMiss of Louisville is spending this week in this city as the guest of her aunt Mrs S P Parks D W Henry cried the E D Jones sale near Brandenburg on Thursday February 10 He said it was the big est sale he ever cried The sales amounted to 6149 and he cried it in six hours and twenty minutes Lewis Kittleman have sold their livery stable to Mr T C Mathews of Hodgensvilie Possession was taken at once and Mr Mathews is an experienced liveryman and comes well re commendedRev Graves is in Louisville this week on a business trip We heard a gentleman say the other day that it looked like the Pool would be pushed They were having so much trouble suits for a receivership suits by Independents investigation threatened by the Government etc Would 11 that same gentleman point out one instance where the Burley Tobacc Society has failed to make good Thrice is he armed that has his quarre justThe Cumberland Presbyterians have purchased a lot on Walnut Ave and wilerect a handsome church on same Work will begin about April first In Self Defense It has been reported that I nm not bere to stay This is false I am here to stn surd expect to stay as long us my bust ness continues as good as it is Thank tug my friends and customers for their liberal patronage nod solicting a con timmnce of same I nm Ben F Bites The Barber Irvington Iy- WORK THAT TELLS The Kind Cloverport Readers Appreciate Cures that Instare cures that tell Tc thoroughly know the virtues of a medi clue you must investigate the curls and see if they prove permanent Uoaus Kidney Pills stand this test und plenty of proof exists right here in this locality People who testified years ago to relief from backache kidney and urinary disorders now declare that relief was permanent and the cure was perfect Can any Cloverport sufferer longer doubt the evidence- J E Linton Main Cross Sts Bliznbethtown Ky says For some time I ha l trouble with uiy kidneys The pain in the small of my back was not constant but cruse on by attacks some of which were very severe At such times the misery extended into my shoulders and made it very difficult for me to stoop or straighten My kidneys were also disordered and the secretions became highly colored and often scalding in passage I finally read of Doans Kidney Pills and procur ed a box I used them as directed and receiveda complete cure From statement given April 0 1903 CURED TO STAY CURED On June 13 190 Mr Lintow confirm ed the above statement saying Durhip the four years which have elapsed si net Doans Kidney Pills cured me I have not had any symptoms ol kidney trouble I take pleasure in recommending DaRns Kidney Pills at every opportunity and gladly confirm nil I said reglr lIng them in my previous statement For sale by all denIers Price sO cents FosterMilnurn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeifber the name Doans and take no other Death At Patesville Mrs Vina Shaw wife of John Shaw died at her home at Patesville last Wednesday Her death was the result of lagrippe and she was seriously ill just two days Shu was seventy years of age and besides her husband she leaves three sons Her sisters Mrs H T Gibson of Lodiburg and Mrs Henry Dutschke of Union Star attend ed the funeral Back Home Chas A Compton of Robards Hen derson county was here last week visit- Ing hit sister Mrs Jas E Chnpin This Is Mr Comptons old homo and it is his first visit here in 25 years He said he scarcely knew the old town and very few of the people He was glad to get back Even though there were 30 many changes and so few of his old acquaintances here Mr Compton is a successful farmer and has plenty and some to spare Beautiful Calendars Tbeo Price traveling representative of Browns Shoe Company remembered all the members of the News office with a beautiful Browns Calendar This Is the picture that caused a Henderson Route butch to lose his magazines and urget what he was doing when Mr Price made a display of the calendar on he passenger train recently The butch said anything he loved was beauty and the Brown Shoe lady caused mint rapturours blis- sAppreciates Our Service Dear Mr Babbage I have just reI dyed a copy of the Drecktnridge News and want to thank you for the liberal mount of space given the report of tho Tax Commission and for the favorable ditorlal comment I am sure it wilt do good to the cause Very truly yours A Y Ford For making fine rich or plain food equally valuable savingD t IndispensableFor DEMOCRATIC CHEER When the Late Congressman De Armonds Successor Appears To Take the Oath WashingtonThe Democrats gave a reception to C C Dickinson of the sixth Missouri district today when hi appeared to be sworn in as a member of the house Mr Dickinson was es corted to the speakers rostrum by Mir orlty Leader Clark also of Missouri The new member came to Washingtoi with the prestige of a plurality of approximately 3800 which is largely in excess of any plurality polled In recent years by his predecessor the late Representative De Armond who was burn ed to death In November last The large vote by which Mr Dickinson defeated his republican opponent Is accepted by Democrats as fore shadowing Republican defeat in the November elections Mr Dickinsoi was wildly cheered by the Democrat as he wended his way to the bar of the house to take the oath find after he had qualified as a member another cheer was given him by his colleagues on the minority side Mrs Pierces Eggless Cookies 1 cup of sugar 3 cup of butter 01 fresh lard y cup of sour milk ji tea spoonful of soda in the milk flavor with nuts or lemon etc Cream sugar and butter then stir in milk and enough flour to make batter rather stiff Roll thin cut in any shape and bake Before placing in oven 1I sprinkle coconut over the cakes and this gives a niceflavorMrs B Pierce Mother 111 A little sou arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Lewis Thursday The mother who has been in a pre curious condition is improving and friends are greatly relieved with the hope that she will get well Grand Jury W A Downs foreman N J Barbee Chas Reidel Alex Eskridge J II LcGrand Robt Thurnuui Howlt Hook W W Pool Chins Fentress Jas Hull Sr Win Beauchamp Abe McMeador Little Boy Dead Shelby Pate the one year old baby of Mr and Mrs Forrest Pate died Saturday The child had whooping cough and choked to death Second Quarterly Meeting We call the attention to the fact that Feb 2021 is the date for our Second quarterly meeting This remluds us that the conference year is almost half gone There remains much to be done- Let us observe the quarterly first and pray and work for a forward movement In all the interest of Gods church G P Dillon Pastor At Sisters Bedside Mrs J F Winchell of Stephensport mad Mrs C C Whitehead of Tobin port were called to Franklin Ind last week to be at the bedside of their sister Mrs J D Cockrell who ia seriously ill Mrs Cockrell under went an operation for cancer February the ninth at a private sanitarium where she will be for several weeks liar condition is very hopeful t DEATHS FIRST VISIT IN HOMES Mothers Are Taken From Mr Steve Wilson And The Berry Family Last Week USEFUL BRIGHT LIVES ENDED Mrs Margaret Brown died last Tues day afternoon at six oclock nt the home of Mr and Mrs Steve Wilson on the hill The cause of her death was due to lagrippe which took hold of her sometime before she died Mrs Brown had been making her home with the Wilsons since a year ago She was sixtyeight years of ago and was born in Breckenrldfce county near Buras Her life has been a most useful one and she was a woman of lovely Christian faith She was a member of the Baptistchurch Mrs Brown is survived by two son Stove Wilson of Clpverport and Clar ence Brown of Paynesville The funeral was Wednesday and the services were appropriately conducted by Rev Mr Dillon Mr Wilson said this was time first death he had ever known and he is all broken up in spirit over the loss of his mother 000 Kindly Light Goes Out The funeral of Mrs Nancy Berry Porter was hold Saturday afternoon from the residence of Mr and Mrs S Berry on River Street Rev German P Dillon officiated in the services and the interment took place in the Clover port cemetery Mrs Porter was born near Morgan field March 15 1832 but in late years has lived in Cloverport with her son Thos N Berry and three months ago she was brought to the home of S R Berry who remarked to his family that ho had never known what death and real trouble was during his thirty years of married life until his mother was takenMrs Porter was twice married first to M C Berry who died in 1882 and to Clarke H Porter who has been dead several years Her life was full of kind acts for her own loved ones and all with whom she was associated She had a membership in the Cool Spring Baptist churchMrs Frannie Fugateof Madlsonvillej i Miss Minnie Williamson of Henderson Mr and Mrs T R Hook and children of Howell Ind and Mrs W B Ad kins of Stanley attended the funeral Gone to St Louis Ed Alexander is in St Louis this week looking up bargains for his great sale of Merchandise which he is now getting ready Its going to be s great sale and a great bargain day for Irvington Watch the News for his announcement Card of Thanks We want to thank our friends and neighbors for being so kind one thoughtful during the illness of our mother- S R Berry and family t Card of Thanks The family wishes to express thanks to neighbors especially Mrs Forrest i BrosDillonour mother Mr and Mrs Stove Wll son ti 1 I r 1 rT ttb i 11 ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else raps In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOON PermanentDentist Dr Owens Ofllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p in Clovcrport Ky A PictureSof FatherlandMother I How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Clovrport Ky Irvington Ky Every Tuesday L L STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod enite prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav CoCanneltonInd 4IUtll- AittitkAlititllA ili1ilAAAlditiiSl AitCg i FOR SALE- s i 5 J A numberof Farms dif 1C foront Sizes and Prices a The Bank of Hardinsburg ft 4 Trust Co bb- x a Qborrvttvn t rrrrvr YSrsnmmrnnrrsmR- H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law MAUDINSBURO KY Wl1 riRtlfle his uroftwHlon 11 nil of tht CJrt r flreckeurlilicM and uljolnlog coun i tar Sjfilai Iven to ooliOoUons roiil tsars laud criminal pnuaice LK3nse Co pro tl e In United HtifsI Dunn 0 arts Ol1ko vet tank ot linrdtna- burlWood Hard to turn fI1H lire i iTiiilil liuis of wood that arll o haul t hur1i r refuse to Ignite for Omfl oilier I iiasnn suih as Irou w h 1lidi l Ci K IIIoji 1 11lr root but It la U Ii r i iy t i c I rUt a piece cf lIii u ii Md iI lijdit wood of Stli l iny liMvi arc made that cm ii i 1iIi 11 Ilie tt The piece of- tvldtewan i lim 0111111 rctnarkstLt I l I 1r f r I iiI ivi wHiiil It had fricii i riillilir L II Irlurgittg to n 1 lr 111 liiid I I LI liiMtftfd mulct thgut I rf i 1 f tl sircr Ito the eII i1 ot 1 I1 11111 Ii a i ill by n liar tl1I1 hii iili h i1 11 of line sad llj ilvnt illiiiii I11111I i till point of Uiicui iicr btIir siruU at which the vhifi1 ri t1 tif surface wan U piucif if ill de1II ID which it hat drasr oii tlc hunt ttrnlvI part of the best umma i ffiiii at the end of the lliii tuul It was taken on board when tIll wlulo had been killed That place of wood was no hard that It would not burn Iii a gas jot Tho weight of water hid iiiprcMod It London Stand ard Sleepless Nights Many a nights rest Is spoiled by frequent fits of coughing sometimes by a mere tickling in the throat that Is so nnnoylnj as to prevent sleep Kemps Balsam will cure coughs III any medicine will and will relieve the Irritation In the throat For all throat and lung troubles take Kemps Balsam Druggists sulljlt at 25c and 50c a bottle Some Good Roads Pointers Good roads moan as much an good crops to the farmers If macadam roads are to be main tanned at their best the sprinkling cart is a dally necessity The longer the delay In building good roads the greater the cost Until produce Is hauled to market It 4 snt really produced- If the road Is poor good horses and ood vehicles count for little Ctalldr ra Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOBIA t PUT lOITErB- Y THE SENATE County Unit Extension Bill IliIn Hands of Its Foes WILL NOT PASS THIS SESSION Influx of New Bills ofJ More or Les Importance Continues In Both Branches of the Legislature In creased Appropriation Wanted to Prevent Spread of Diseases The Goebel Fund BY JOHN H STUART Frankfort KySpeclallt looks as If the county unit extension bill has been finally put to sleep by th senate and that it will not become a law at this session of the legislature The first county unit bill was referred to the committee on rellglot and morals two weeks or more ago but Sonator Watkins had Introduced another one Identical with the first one The first one was referred dur Ing the absence of Lieutenant Governor Cox and after he returned the attempt was made to have the second bill referred to a different committee The opponents of the bill had not been Idle in the meanwhile and when the lineup came they had a majority Lieutenant Governor Cox referred the bill to the committee on Kentucky statutes when it came up and Senator Dowling of Anderson appealed from his decision A vote was taken and his appeal was sustained by a vote of 14 nays to 16 years Later a motion to refer the Watkins bill to the same committee to which the first bill had been referred was adopted by 17 tc 13 The religion and morals commit tee is conceded to be almost unanimously against the county unit bill so the two measures will likely novel be reported and If reported will be reported unfavorably Both the Re publican and Democratic members are responsible for the defeat of the bill for some Democrats and some Republicans voted to send it to the religion and morals committee Mean while a county unit bill is making some progress In the house as It has been referred to a committee has boon reported favorably and Is on the calendar ready to be voted upon as soon as the bills aloud of it are dls posed of If It passes the house and comes to the senate the chances are that it will bo referred to the rellglor and morals committee just as the two senate hills were referred whfcli moans that it will not pass tho sen ate Over ballot tho 6O day session has already boon consumed and yet not a single bill has passed both houses and reached the governor and It may be several days before tho chief ex ecutive has a chance to scan ono of tho new laws A number of bills have been passed by the senate and a few by tho house but not one has passed both Of course the fight over the county unit measures has caused the moat of this slow work or delay whichever it may bo called and tho result will he that a largo number of bills of doubtful Importance will come up for passage during the last few days of the session r S The Influx of new hills in both the house and senate continues Just as If tho sosslon had only begun and tho following now measures worthy of notice have boon Introduced since last week- Act to allow both husband and wife to testify In suits fpr dlvorco and all ninny Act to prevent tho spread of com munlcahlo diseases amongst domestic animalsAct regulate tho veterinary prac Lice In this state and providing for a state board of veterinary oxamlnors to examine all applicants for license topracticeAct prohibit bucketshops and bueket shopping In this state Act requiring Itinerant vendors of drugs and medicines to pay a license of 100 annually Act appropriating 10000 a year to maintain a home for Incurables Act to establish a plant for the preparation of hog cholera serum and providing for tho distribution of said serum to tho various counties In the stateAct authorizing circuit judges to a UOlJOfl onip mndn hv order of court shall be advertised In the news papersAct 4 to prohibit the employment oft commonwealths attorney or tin firm of which ho may be a member by any corporation doing business In his district Act to require a more efficient system of fire escapes on hotels and other public buildings Act to regulate passenger traffic on railroads by requiring the stopping of all passenger trains at any county seat through which they run Act fixing tho salary of members of tho legislature at 40 a month during their entire term of two years to be paid monthly SS Senator J T Smith thinks that tho habit of playing baseball on Sunday should bo stopped and has intro duced a bill to prohibit it Ho says mho bill is not aimed at baseball games on Sunday in tho larger cities whore they have amplo police protec I N a lion and where no Intoxicants are at lowed to bo sold but at the llttl country games whore baseball iIs mado the excuse for a 1 lot of pcopl to congregate and get drunk When tho bill was first Introduced It caused a fright amongst tho city members but after Mr Smith said he wouli agree to so amend his bill as to ex ompt cities of tho first four classes the baseball fans felt much easlei Anyway It Is assured that no bill will pass that will Interfere with 1le gltimato games In big towns and cities where they are properly conducted The monument to Governor Wi lIam Goobol In tho Frankfort come tory erected with funds raised In the yoar 1900 by popular subscription was unveiled Thursday Fob 3 that being the tenth anniversary of his death The monument cost 15000 and a thousand or so dollars is 1eft In the fund and tho Interest on this Is to be used to keep the monument and the plot of ground surrounding It In good condition In the years to come The day of the unveiling tho weather was horrible being cold and snowing and raining by turns ond the ceremonies except the actual unveiling of the lironzo statue had to bo held in tho opera house where addresses were made by exGovernon Deckham and McCreary and by Justus Goebel A sad feature of the oc caslon was the burial of Arthur Goe bel the younger brother of the dls tlngulshed man who was nssassl nated jUHt before the monument was unveiled He was laid to rest beside the body of his brother to whom he had been so devoted all his life I H So much has been said about the famous fund of 100QOO that was ap- proprIated 10 years ago for the purpose of apprehending and punishing those who were guilty of the nssassl nation of Governor Goebel It will be of interest to know how much of that fund has been expended and for what purposes The reward commission held a meeting more last week und requested tho state Inspector and examiner to go over all the accounts and vouchers and report to tho legls laturo the amounts paid out This re port has not been made yet but It Is known that the total amount drawn from the treasury under this appropri ation Is 14500 and of this sum something like 1500 Is still n bank to the credit of the commission Soy oral detectives were employed for several months after the assasslna tlon and paid by the day to ferret out the guilty ones and a considerable part of the 13000 was thus expend ed but probably the largest part ol the sum expended was paid out dur Ing each of the 10 trials of the various persons indicted for the Assassination to pay the expenses of distant witnesses No rewards have beer paid at all though several detectives have at various times asked to be paid The report to the legislature will show lion all tho money went S t A bill pasted the senate last week by a unanimous vote almost microns ing tho annual appropriation to be used by tho state board of health in preventing tho spread of diseases train 5000 to 30000 A similar bill was passed two years ago but was vetoed by the governor In this connection It will be of Interest to stato that Kentucky has boon giving less each year to help eradi onto disease and Improve tho health of tho peoplo than almost any state In the Union Pennsylvania gives 1000000 a year for that purpose Now York 152000 Massachusetts 140500 Ohio 131000 Indiana 117 000 Kansas 92000 Louisiana 90 000 Florida 75000 Virginia 40000 Texas 51000 and so on down tho line It has boon said that Kentucky pays moro every year to keep up the health of Its fine live stocK than it docs to prevent diseases from encroaching on tho human family and it looks lute there Is some truth in the statement It Is understood that If time bill passes tho house the gov ernor will not veto It this time- S Time biennial report of Secretary of State Bon L Brunor contains somo very Interesting statistics about banks and about the revenue arising from tho receipts of his office According to this report there are 473 larks and trust companies In the state which have a combined capital stock of a little less than 20000000 tad a surplus of over 7000000 Their deposits amount to over 66 000000 and their total assets to over 100000000In corporation department of the secretarys office for the past two years there has been collected as fees from banks recording articles of In- corporations etc the sum of 16 78494 and expended for clerks ser vices 1290954 leaving a net balance for the state of 381540 During the same period in the assistant secro tarys office tine sum of 8136 was col lected Including 2 a plcco for commissions for 2589 notarIes public His salary for tine two years was 3600 thus leaving a nut balance for that department of 4536 a Just after tho vote in the senate last week which referred the county unit bill to the religion and morals committee had been taken Senator Ghlpman had a bill providing for the eradication of diseases among bees which ho wished referred Lieutenant Governor Cox was In a rather face ions mood just at that moment and referred tho bill to the committee on religion and morals Senator Chip man said afterward that this was an appropriate committee because it would servo to show how much re ligion a man had when ho gets stung 5 ly bees 11J rJ lai 5 Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder be cause remark able health restoring properties fulfills almost every wish over conning rheumatism the back kid liver bladder and every part the It corrects inability to water and scalding pain in passingjt or bad effects followimnguse liquor wine or and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the you need It has been thor tested practice and has proved so successful arrangement has been made by which all readers this paper have not al ready tried it may have a bottle sent free by also a book more about SwampRoot and to fndoutifyouhavekidfey When writingtnention reading this generous offer in this paper and sendI your address to remedy of its Swamp Root in pain in ncys I of urinary passage hold of beer kidney remedy oughly in private that a special of who sample mall telling how Dr Kilmer be Co HOT1eroPit tBinghamton N Y The regularfiftycen and onedollar size bottles are sold ball druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwauipRoot and the ad dress Binghamton Yon every bottle They Wcra Over- lIe was a regular patron of the reo taurant Perhaps that Is why ho felt Justified In nuikiiitc clover remarks to time waitresses remarks which titer were puzzled to know how to answer Ono day however time smallest and timidest girl happened to be serving this Irritating customer mill It fell to her to answer him lu kind Ill have some steak 1the said 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pretty young woman accom panied by her young sister and her mother recently reported that they had built three tulles of good roads single banded while their men worked on the farm Other women in tho state becoming Interested in the cam paign for better roads arc following this example- NOTICI3 Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Served Him Right Youre looking very gloomy today Tomklns Whats tho matter Matter Do you know Miss Parno tho old mall that lives over tho way Dawklns told me that she was en gaged to him so Just for the tun of tho thing 1 went and proposed to her and she accepted me Now Im look Ing for Dawklnsl London TitB- itsSubscribe Ca i m I III Iti RRl E4ltrifi9r trASIrXTD + rnrugYvvspt 41C trFtr CHEAPI CASH STORE i IIEverything new and fresh IV anduptodate for a GroIcery store 1 MFRESHon PORKthe time Il IRVINGTON FLOUR None SuchIm II and nixed Feed all delivered to any part of the town All Canned 3 for 25 meIwof 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open and prevent the poisons of undlgesl food from gettlnglnto your system Tine latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver ns well as on th stomach and bowels nnd Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation indigestion biliousness sick headache feverishness coUcflatulence etc Try YF 3 YE LVQ 1 n n I LAXATIVE LIVER SYRII Good News I write to tell you the good news that Cardui has helped me so much and I think it is just worth its weight in gold writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady E sa Take CARDUIT- he Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders draggingdownfeelings youfeelout and generally miser abl youItof other weak sick ladies giveitthankful ever after DRAMATIC SCRAP BOOKS A New Hobby of Girls Who Keep UpI to the Minute Hnvc you a collection of old play bills Almost every girl keeps thenI either as a kind of dramatic trophy in as n record of the plays she inns seen Somo even keep n written list of ploys with slight comments on them Imi none of these little theatrical hobble has time real value or the absorbing Interest of the dramatic scrap book The best kind of book to buy fit this purpose Is a large sized brown pa per leaved scrap bookI with heavy w crs Its pages should not be gummed as that will leave you no choice In placing In it such things as you wish to keep The pages should be of gum stout paper and In paste for glint there is nothing quite like a bit It gum arable to fix things firmly and keep them free front discoloring marks Paste each playbill Into the honk on the left hand page and use the page opnoslto to this for Illustrations of the pliy You will be sure to come upcr uragaztue notices of any play that If worth chronicling and these are al ways well supplied with pictures of the scenes of various plays as well r Individual actors In the casts Your I PAGE OI+ A DIIAMATIO fiCHAl1 HOOK playbill Illustrated In this way wll be a permanent record of tho repre Bcntatlon mid It will recall tho scene and setting of the play tho costume and the characters and bring back vlv Idly to mind the actors and the drama But this Is not all There should be some good criticism of each play re corded You can timid these In tin newspapers or magazines and they are n valuable addition to the illus trated pages As the book grows fuller It will In clutlUT ninny other bits of dramatic In jtercnt leading articles concerning the theater biographical sketches of well known actors even an autograph col llection If you chance to belong to that species of scrap book fiend You tiny place 1In yoT book tho plays that you yourself witness or you may record all that Is of larger significance Yet may devote your scrap book to mod era representations of Shakespearean drama In short your choice in mal lag your book is Its personal slgnlfl cancc ThoHcrnp book pictured hero II- It good Illustration of this It was made by a schoolgirl to record all tin ploys that were worth seeing during time season Yes the plays the thing but the ext best thing Is to make a dramatic fcrnp book that will record tho play JTo Save the Gas Bills fHavo all saucepans and kettles for Me on the gas stove tirade of tin with Hfipper bottoms slightly concave This Iraws time gas up under the vessel and yes a great deal of gas A three t kettle made thus bolls three main ife quicker titan one trade in the or friary way which means n great sav iIn the gas bill In n year Sauce mils and kettles made In this way jjKt no moro than those made with bottomsCbIldrri Cry t ifOR FLETCHERS ffASTOR IIA f Subscribe THE PLANET VENUS Night Eternal Reigns Over Oae hs of Her Globe To have the same hemisphere ex pound everlastingly to sunlight whl the other la In perpetuity turned away must cause n state of things of which we can form but faint conception from what we know 011 earth linked for neons without letup and still baking the sunward face must if unshielded be n Topher surpassing our powers m1 equately tu portray And unshielded must be as we shall presently see Ileversely tho other must be a hyperI borean expanse to which our polar re glens are temperate abodes for upon 0110 whole hemisphere of Venus the sun never shines never so much peeps above the star studded horizon Night eternal reigns over half of her globe Time thought would appall the most Intrepid of our arctic explorers and prevent at least everybody from going to time pole or rather what hero replaces It through tho ilar continent It exemplifies time even trial effects of n force In nstrononnlc- mnechanlcs y till Importance of which onlyI beginning to be appreciated tidal friction It has brought Venus as n world to time deathly pass wo have cot templated together Starting merely as n brake upon her rotation it has ended by destroying all those physical conditions which enable our own world to bo what it IIs Night and day summer and winter heat and cold nm Q vital vicissitudes unknown now ape n our sister orb There nothing changes while the centuries pass An eternity of deadly denthlcssness Is Venus statt uesque lutDr Porclval Lowell lu Popular Science Disinterested Affection Tui nfnui Edward youre marry lug me only because Ive InheritedI from my uncle 100000 crowns Why Blanche how cnn you think that of mo Your uncle IIs nothing to no I would marry you no matter from whom you inherited the money Del Flob A Package of Medicine Free IEver subscriber to this paper who will write to the address below will re celve free of expense a package con taming snttli boxes of all the following well known medicines Lanes Tea IddncysLanesI colds and grips and Shermans Headr ache Remedy Address Orator F Woodward Le Roy N Y OLE BULL Not a Classical Player but He Bewitched His Hearers The truth Is that Ole Bull was tot a classical player As I remember him he could not play lu strict tempo Like Chopin he indulged in the rubnto nUll abused tho portamento But he knew his public America particularly Iin the regions visited was not in the mood for sonatas or concertos Old Dan Tucker and the Arkansaw Trim t eler were the mode Bull played them both played jigs and old tunes routed the echoes with the Star Spangled Banner unit Irish melodies He play ed such things beautifully and u itI would have been musical snobbery to say that you didnt like them YouII couldnt help yourself The grand old fellow bewitched you He was a handsome Merlin with u touch of the charlatan thud n touch of Liszt lu his tall willowy figure smnll waist and heavy head of hale Such white hale It tumbled in masses about ills kindly face like ono of his nnllre Norwegian cataracts He was the most picturesque old man I ever saw except Walt Whitman at that time n steady attendant of time Carll Gacrtncr string quartet concerts In Philadelphia Arid what Walt didn know about music lie tirade up hi h1 SOl love for stray logs He was seldom without carmine company lames IIu neker In Everybodys Magazine CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtt Bears tho Signaturo of QIP A Lesson For Nellie Mrs Washington wits n strict disci plinarian about curtain mutters andI among other things always requltct- ime members of the household to fol low time example of her husband and dress for dinner which was at UI oclock On one occasion Nellie Cus tis and liar cousin Martha Dandrldge appeared nt the tubo In their nmormikr gowns but no comment was made upon It until a coach was seen approaching and the visitors some French officers of high rank and Charles Carroll Jr of Carrollton ono of Miss Custls ardent suitors were announced Instantly tho girls lu a flutter of excitement begged to bo ex cused lu order to change their gowns but Mrs Washington shook her head No she said Remain ns you ure A costume good enough for Presider- 1Vatshhtgtor is good enough fur any guest of his Needless to say Miss Nellie never overlooked her grope- garb r for dinner again NntionnlI Monthly Subscribe Right Now His Fatal OversightIHo proposed to her by mall and by letter she replied lie read Item brief refusal then committed suicide Alas hod be alive today nod she a happy bride had be but rend the postscript penned on the other side Chicago News Li MACIfA If Peter Jones entertained n passion Iefor pretty Edna Fletcher nobody knew It but himself for he was one of those honest retiring soft hearted natures that never tell of their liner feelings Discouraged by his mimll chances of success for Edna like most pretty girls wns n bit of a film Peter accept Itcd n profitable olTcr to go to Califor alit and leave Port fiynor 1Peter wns scarcely missed In the so clnl gatherings that made tho sum nier houses pleasant at Port Haynor nsbut Edna wondered what undo them nil so suddenly dull to her She had plenty of attention from her old friends and neighbors fwd from all the visitors who saw Item pretty face nod graceful movements But tier hero tearkIn California Cnlforulayl ness man with a line opportunity mode for him by tho hymn which had sent him out lie would timid some fair gentle girl who was not petulant timid would give the return he deserved for his love and devotion und he would marry Qtier of course nod never como back to Port Haynor And here the sigh would have Its way Mrs Fletcher was surprised that at twentyone Edna the most uttraetve girl at Port Knyiior was Edna Fletch er stillI Tom told Will were both mar ried mind living In the city where Edun spent the winters with them mid had rejected several offers Situ would 1not acknowledge to her own heart that all her lure had been given to Peter Three years Peter Jones mud mewl lu California maul hind been placed at Ithe head of the branch house there work lug faithfully In the Interest of his employers and slowly but surely mak lug his own fortune- it was dusk on n summer evening whet the train drew up at the Tort Itnynor station mud one gentleman stepped out upon time platform No baggage he sold to the waiting porter and he sauntered up the rood toward time Jones farm Hut the same road led him tlrst to the gate of Mr Fletchers largo hand some house There was no group upon the porch ns there hind been always In the old times Of course not time newcomer thought Impatiently All the young folks are married and away He had hesitated nt time gate and he thought ho could spare time tot a snort cull only to Inquire for Mr nod Mrs Fletcher old friends who de manded some courtesy from n neigh bur so lung absent lie went across the grass to tho low French window This hind beet al ways his pa til to the house and hu smiled as ho found himself on time spot where he mud loft Edun three years before Ill go to the trout door and ring he thought but going a moment to glance t lire ugh the half closed blinds Two figures dim in time gathering oruIlight dresses laud they wore close to gether as if talking coulldentlally Peter did not think that ho was being an eavesdropper He only lingered because he recognized a voice whoso tones had always been the sweetest music In his ears But wiry need I marry any body V That was what Edna said Not mar ried not married Peter did long to shout the words but a quiet low voice answered You need not Edna But papa and I wonder sometimes If our little girls- t heart Is really so set against marriage If she Is hiding some secret from us Secret I never hull n secret You are not engaged then without Out knowledge No How could you think such a timing j And you really have never loved any of your suitors hatbe had no right to walt for the unveil lug of n maidens heart In this sly fashion and yet he could nut stir Was there any one EtiltttIy1ts Fletcher sold very gently who won my daughters heart and did not know the treasure was his ntrstveucdQYes mamma but dont ask me who It was lielie was nobody In particular Peter Jones walked uround to the trout door and rung the hell Nobody tutud wan throbbing to suffocation his hands cold his head dizzy with the sudden rush of great hope There was light In the wide draw lug room where presently Mrs Fletcher mil Edna came to greet him and Edna prepared by his curd wait self possessed told gracious She hard chnngcd In those three years and lost her petulance was more womanly null PetertJones knew that the love In his heart was not conquered but strong ns death there still MrsII Jones sold when she came home from tho wedding That Edna should re fuse such splendid otters ns she has mil marry our Peter She was al ways talking about grand heroic men and ho has riot even n name only the one we gave him Dear dear Youll be contented Ednn Peter said when they stood on the steamers dock bound for California You now dear Im only a buslnoss man there ns here nobody In particular Nov York News It 1I= B F BEARD J JPrcsidolltMI II BEARD Cushion PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier II Pays 3 per cent on time no more Three per cent is as much as I the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely J bank can afford to pay IF J Adrl r J1 THE CABINET LEAK Daniel Webster Was Not Long In Dis covering Its Source Once years ago when Daniel Web ster was secretary of state there was an Important foreign mutter up for die cuss Ion before the cabinet and the ut most secrecy wits of course maintain ed but the whole thing was blazoned about In a few hours after time cabinet meeting So the president hastily sent for his cabinet to talk over this leak Each man humid a different lIdea of it Finally Mr Webster arose saying You gentlemen go on with your din cussion aril Ill be hack In a minute In a few minutes he returned and repealed every word that had been spo ken In the room In his absence lie explained that If by standing close to the door outside the cabinet room you held your ear to it you could not ills tlngulrih tine Intelligible word but If moving back trout the door and a little to one side upon a certain spot In the carpet you kept an attentive ear ev ely word could be plainly heard as though whispered Some enterprising eavesdropper had beet experimenting with tho door and had found that upon that exact spot there wns sortie acoustic property of the door or room that conveyed the sound In perfect en tirety I Successfu- lI started out on the theory that the world timid an opening for me and I went to Hid It Hid you flml It T- Om yes Im In n hole Baltimore American Sensible Sandy While passing by an old fashioned inn In Scotland Ithe tourists were at tracted by an nniIent bagpiper who was tooting atrocious sounds through an Instrument Ithat was both dilapi doted and squeaky treat Jericho Sandy exclaimed one III desperation Why dont you have your bagpipes repaired And the old man ceased playing and looked up in astonith meat Havers moo ye dinna under stand If ma bngpolpes wor in HOl1 tune time inn mon wlnna give me J shilling to move on GoingThe auctioneer had auctioneered for the last time for lit was very 111 trial lay now almost at deaths door Beside Ills bed stodU Itore doctor and mho auctioneers wife anxiously watch lug each symptom each movement ouch respiration Doctor hoarsely whispered the hammer wlelder wife what Is bin pulse towY Time doctor rained the patients wrist Ills pulse ho answered Is MOW going at 101 The auctioneer sat up excitedly in bed Going at 101 he cried feebly Go Ing at 101 Wholl make It 10 Do I hunt 105 for a pulse Ithat has been run ning steadily for fortyiovon years nail ucver once stopped Will you hill Ion Wholl mike it 10i But no one made It 10ii Arid a min ute lator the auctioneer was going go ing gone Exchange A Labor Lift Darning motkings used to bo a prevalent Industry hut nowadays par alllnlng time useful articles lion taken Its phicu In a measure Clever moth ers have proved to their satisfaction that paralUn rubbed over the heclu solos nud toes of stockings when they are nuts imparts a strength to the threads that doubles their wearing qualities This Is a boon to ninny an overburdened woman to whom the darning Is the last struts required to make the tiny tore than she can bear A Laundry Hint When getting up collars and cuffs put the articles In cold starch made by mixing two tnblcspoonfuls of starch with one plot of cold water Just before ironing rub on each article a little scrip white curd thou with n denim white damp rag rub lightlyion right side a little prepared French hulk A pennys worth will last for 4 long time The Iron will glide along and will ulvo n hc nHnlI clous Cheese Balls To ono cupful of grated cheese add half n cupful of grated breadcrumbs five drops of Worcestershire sauce and an egg well beaten Mix well togeth er and roll Into hulls says Womans Life Place in a wire basket and just before time to servo them plunge the basket Into boiling lard Cook u doll cute brown To Can White Marble Put n little borax Into n saucer take half n lemon wrap It lu u piece of linen dip first Into tepid water maul then Into time borax This will toko out all stains and mako the marble like nowr dr j = 1 Capital 550000 Surplus anJ Undivided Profits 1360247 managed HIS BUMPS The Explanation Given by the Boot on Phrenology They were newly married and were calling upon one of the friends of the bride who land been particularly pleas ant upon the occasion of their wed ding The bridegroom apropos of nothing began to talk about phrenolo gy and told how his wife hail discov ered two very prominent bumps on the buck of his head Ho was proud of them So was site and she passed him around that the host and hostess might feel time bumps and know of their cv istencc Then slue explained My book on phrenology says that they mean good memory and generos ity It was evident that site was proud of the facts and so was he But till hOlt being of nn Inquiring turn of mind wished to satisfy himself so he gut down n phrenological work from one of his library shelves and after much labor found the bumps on the chart Turning to the notes ho read seriously at first then unsteadily lore bride became suspicious but she was game and sold Komi It out loud Please dol And tho host read These bumps are most frequently found on cats and monkeys Other topics consumed the remain der of time visit which was brief New York Sun Oiling a Kansas Road Some time ago a mile of country road south of Sodium lion was oiled under the direction or the Sedan Com mercial chili Fifty dollars was paid for this unit It was nil raised by pub lic subscription The oil mud to be hauled so far that time cost of hauling was almost equal to time price of till oil Nevertheless the total cost of dragging Ithe road and of soaking It In oil was only O The road wns oiled In May mind Is yet In almost as good condition as It was when llnlshcd It Is well round ed up with good drainage and the oil has made it solid something like as phalt pavement The road Is tore lilli of the farmers They will go a tutic or Itwo out of their wily Jusl to usi it In driving Into Sedan Hdw Eskimo Women Die On liar first entrance to her now limit of snow an Eskimo woman is buoyed by hope of welcoming a son What of her laat Incoming to those narrow con llnot Site Luaus that the medicine man hits decided that mat sickness In mortal when situ Is laid upon lieu bed of snow Sue gazes upon the feebly burning lamp beside met upon food and drink set close at her laird Sho sets her loved ones pass out of the doorway that needs no tunnel entrance to keep chill airs away rot presently the door Is sealed with stow Tho chill of deatht pierces through her en veloping furs Tier tomb Insures that no lung tarrying will be hers The soul companioning with lieu mummy refresh Itself with food rout starving and freezing her feeble body will wit liens even Ithat souls departure nod kwon that IN hour has conic to perish imbue Harpers Baanr Wind Voloclty Tho majority of people neo umiblu to determine the winds velocity When the smoke from a chimney moves In n straight vertical column It menus that a one to two winos un hour breeze blowing A three miles an hour IIII will Just Htlr the Icaveu on time trees Twentylive miles an mom will sway tore trunks at forty the small branches will break and It takes a mile a min ute gale to snap tthe trunks of big trees London Answers Think It Over Fuddy What a happy world this would be if more of us got what we wanted Dudy Yes or ohIo fewer of us got what we deserved Boston Transcript Comforting tho Sick Louise Jobb And tell Tom not to worry about me Maey1 did lie said ho wouldnt Tho horrid bruteLlfc Tho song dint nerves a nations heart Is lu Itself u deed Tennyson Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per Linn Plea o do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho of this kind of matter II u DIKECTOHS Morris Eskridgc G W Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kinchcloo C V Robertson B F Beard deposits publication Notice That resolutions of respect arc published at 5 coats per lino Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter Subscribe 1IftL THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is f0 a your If you will send your ruder to us you can got The Breckenridge News AND TILE ITimes BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 500 The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere 1llns the best corps of eor respondents Cover the Kentucky Held perfectly overs the generalI Inows Held completely1 Ilias the best and fullest markets reports- Democratism politics but fair to everybody Send Your SIbscrip tion IRight Away to this paper not to The Louisville Times The Telephone and Julius Caesar Julius laal tul Mi ln great dealI in not knowing tin telephone or af least In trot using It If ho knew It Otto can see the telephone engineer attached to time Ilomnn postollke endeavoring but without avail to get nn Instrument In stalled at the apltol lUll at the pal ace 1 am luHtriutcd by the emperor tto say that he dots not desire these barbarian novelties and KO Thomas Alta Hdlsomisl need not call ngulii with his magicians apparatus A signal blunder SIe can Imagine what would have happened Hello 12187 Tiber Is It thou Artemldorus I un del tmlll then raugst me up tills morning What Details of n plot Go not to the senate today Beware of Brutus Co not near Casa ItIght nUll I thank theu Artemldorus I will have an extra guard put on Instantly truth the conspirators arrested dud so though Artemldorus was unable to give his warning In the street ho gave It over the telephone and Caesars valuable life und with It the fortune of Homo were savedSt Tunics Gazette Skeletons The bones of an average ninus slse eton welch twenty pounds those bt an average womans six pounds teas t r i r Tr 3 i I iitIIssued Every Wednesday = ccthsuription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money la advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give L their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERFORTKY WEDNESDAY FEB 16 1910 f= There was a big crowd in Hardinsburg Monday And the way they were buying goods was good to look at TeaffV of course was the great trading center but the othca merchants were busy too Alli of which goes to prove that it pays to advertise Tcaffs sale was well advertised and the managers are to be congratulated His sales Saturday were over 1500 cash and Monday they were nearly as much Jesse M Howard is organizing a big mercantile campany at Glendeane The company will handle farm implements hardware and live stock Mr Howard is a successful farmer and trader an the company under his management will be a success Its a pity to see a fine lot of stock 1 like that of Beard Bros leave this county Our farmers should pay more attention to good stock and less to scrubs The Democratic sky is as bright and clear as the noon day sun A Democratic president is one of the signs of the times Potatoes are going down thank the Lord So are eggs Our wife now serves us a whole egg instead of a half Col Bert Cunninghan says the prospects for an apple crop are good Peach crop is all killed People are getting tired of Taftism Cannonism Aldriehim an Ballingerism Fine prospects for wheat I STEPHENSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev Winchell went to Alton Ind last week on business Chas Tinius left Sundaylfor Indiana polis on business Mrs Chas Tinius is the guest of Miss Georgia Basham near Sample NOW line of ribbons trimmings nov elities ccmbs pins etc at Mrs G W PaynesMrs Rhodes who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Dr Nevitt returned to Irvington last week Mrs Geo Driskel and children were In Louisville last week Mrs J F Winchell is at Franklin id at the bedside of her sister who has undergone an operation Pretty laces embroideries for sum mer under garments Mrs G W PayneAllen Lewis has sold his livery busi ness at Irvington Miss Lelah Hawkins was the guost of Miss Esther Payne Sunday- J D Babbage of Cloverport was in town one day llust week Miss Esther Payne entertained the fortytwo club Thursday night Miss Ella Smith and Mr Willie Pierce of Holt were married Saturday at the M E patronage by Rev Fr R RobertsBeautiful new spring dress goods at Mrs G W Paynes store Mrs Jennie Brooks is vary much im proved The ladies of the O E S Chapter will give an yitor supper in the Masonic hall ut this place Saturday night ever body invited Moorman Ditto was in town Saturday and Sunday Mrs Joe Askins is still in a critical conditionJust a new line of ginghams calicoes silks and light woolen mater ials for spring garments Mrs G W PayneMisses Brook and Nannie Hall are guests of their aunt Mrs R A Smith Louisville Market Report Louisville Feby 15 IO1OSpecial Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 8123 f 125 CornNo2 white 08 OatsNo2 mixed SOU Esrtrs Market quite case count 22 candled 24- cPoultryHens 11 and I5c per lbj roosters 7cj young chickens 14 20c ducks 15c turkeys 1834c geese 19e- IIogs =Topa91s pigs 800 850 roughs 850 Sheep and Lambs Best lambs 1i94 tOc seconds 6 5ac fat sheep e 35O425 j-r khM Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold in the Head Hay Fever and obstinate forms of Nasal Catarrh This remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membranes Cleansing sooth ing and healing One trial will con vince you of its healing power Price 50c All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York For Fourteen Years Mr Habbagc Dear Sir L no tice my time has about expired for tho news so I will have to renew again as 1 have been taking the paper fourteen years I cant llet it drop now you will find enclose one dollar for 1910 Yours very truly Bloom Parr 1VisllliaI IIPiano Contest pennys that at our store IEvery vote on the Piano most popular young IH Contest some little girl got the doll It is to be given IIbeautiful buy and entitles pennys you IIBoth contests 1 close TO IMPROVE THE CIVIL SERVICE Commission Working On a New Promotion Examination TO PRODUCE RESULTS The Plan Being Worked Out by Gen eral Blacks Commission Is Deslgnc- to Give Better Satisfaction at th Same Time Producing Honest Re suitsWhen the New York Custom House System Has Been Purified the Commissions Attention Will B Turned to Several Other Great Cus toms Feb i4The civil service conlllll lon th treasury depart meat and the ccllcc or of customs at New York have CI Ill lastt six months been working hard on the preparation of a new promotion examination de prdacdI t made General mack chairman of the commission to the chairman of the house appropriation committee which is tho big legislative appropriation bill When time New York custom house system has o purified the same thing will bo dan with the several other great customhouses According to General Plack tho gov ernment employes In the classified ser vice have increased from 14000 in 1883 to 234940 at the present time Of the 101000 persons examined last year 120000 passed and 42000 were ap pointed There is in addition 132000 government employes not in the class fied service The interesting state ment was made by General Black that entiredporaonnul of tho classified service is changedOf total of 234000 ho said onoaoventh changes every year This seems to give the lie to the old statement about the classified service that few die and none resign Since the classification the fourth class postmasters influence General Black told the commission has been entirely removed front the considera tion of the committee Whether he is i popular or unpopular is not passed upon Mr Tawney chairman of the committee seemed much surprised Then no matter how unpopular an applicant may be in the community in J which he lives and with the peoillett that he must serve he Is given the place If ho stands highest and fur nishes the best for transacting the business he observed Thats right rejoined General Black If he comes No1 on the list that Is true I do not know how you are going to help it Well asked Mr Tawney with a grin do you think that practice fol lowed right along would be conducive to harmony In the community in which a man performs this service Mr Black replied that he did not know I If you want the best flour buy the I Lewisport BEST patent flourII Subscribe Right Now at cannot winter OVERCOATS Hero a chance get a good overcoat for a will cl1cnfpric you for coats reduced 750 1000 coats reduced GOO 700 coats reduced 500 reduced to 300 Our largo Mens Ladies shoes aro being offered this Re duced Price Sale at 33k per cent ofT The latest styles in are always carried by and hero fine offer Equip your now with a nice suit suits reduced 750 1000 reduced GOO 800 reduced 450 IIIII 0Ill 0IQI 0 I o 0 LEWI9OO Q CoshlerlIARlON 0 BANK OF CLOVE PORTIncorporated 1V03 Capital Surplus and Undivided 2260000o a wish all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore con WEtributed their patronage and influence We made our resolution to double our business during 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether It be large orsmall we will appreciate and give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to continually reducing a small one If you are not already a customer invite yourattention our board I Q directors composed of successful business men who direct the affairs of this bank Fully insured lntrest o on time deposits If our methods please you tell others if not tell us and wo w1l1see it the fault if I ooQooIoQomoQoIoo e1V II Bow 1En President A Cashier LIGHTFOOT VicePresident Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIABLE BANKICloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of delllin An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on B Skillmari Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C Jarboe O Skillman A Fisher y WEBSTER 0 ThirteenBachelors In itS Boun deries Should Come to U Cloverport and Get Busy 22 At Once Miss Ora Hendricks of Cloverport was the guest of her parents and Mrs Hendricks Saturday and Sunday Arthur Drane and Mr Don Lydda- were the guest 8of Miss Mary and Betti Mercer at Raymond Wednesday even ingMr Kenneth Smith of Guston iis visiting his aunt Mrs H C Haddock Thos McGavocle to lItH Morton one ofthe best young mates iin the County consideration f22s FJliiigKurtz bought of Taylor Dowell a fine young mare consideration 190 =4 Frank Tomer spent Saturday and Sunday in Kosmosdnlethe guest of bi uncle Wm Chism and Sammie Adklfson spent several slays lost week ii News just received from Chas Mayes and Hurrel Simmons two eutergetic Webster boys that they have located r Turcoln 111 both are well pleased1 with the country and will make thri r home there for the next twelve months PTayton Claycomb is building a large stock and tobacco barn on his farm lately purchased from C L Winn at is to A to to at is to to be we of to B F L O T T R Dr Dr nell Flannel Shirts values reduced to 80c 50 work shirts reduced 40c dress shirts reduced 80c Our is surely please on mens hats are Prico Sale hats reduced to hats reduced to 35 hats reduced to 75 rule is to our stock of are going to stick to if prices them Heavy women 50c value cut to 35o the largest assortment of lOld BBCbesfofla plaro of its sze iu the State Just thirteen of us un lucky number We know but some one do the cbaratable act and be our Valentines Don andMiss Ora Hendricks spent Sunday with Mrs Hall Drane Seth Knott and wife has returned from a weeks visit to Mrs Knotts parents If you wants the best flour buy the LewisportlBEST HARNEDe If you want the best flour the Lewisport BEST patent flout I B Payne who has been at home for has returned to St Louis Evert Meador of was in our town Thursday C D Payne ofHites Run was Monday calling on friends HardinsburgsTuesday Kincheloe was in our town Thurs day calling on merchants Mrs Asil purchased the Webb Basham place near Garfield 8300 John Payne moved his family near Monday on the C L Beard farmMisses Ola Gray and Pile were the guests of Mrs Jas Knott Monday Rev G N CundifFof Hardin county reduced 25 per 2c taken in at market ia one Every mother be reduc all reduced 25 per and half priceI a com of staple fresh in Snow 24 Ibs 74c was in our town last week and also fill his at Ephesus Dowell and Jarboe men were here several days last taking out lumber of all M Beattv who has been living here the past five years has moved his family near he pur chased a farm C D Payne will move his family into the vacated by Mr Mrs Frank Maynnd daughter Miss Lillian left Tuesday for Dale to visit Mrs One of the saddest deaths that has been in our for some time was that of Mr Basham near sus on February the 2nd Mr Bas ham a man and a neighbor He a wife and two sons and to mourn his lote and a host of relatives and who regret to give him up The services were held at Ephesus by Rev W of The in on the old place near Distinguished Visitor Miss Tula C Daniels was here Sun dav and the of Mrs Virge Babbage Miss Daniels was enroute to her in on her from St Monday afternoon she an talk the of the Methodist church l BWAA g EM + lIt I ALL WINTERST I CK MUSTGO I Great Opportunity to Buy Goods Halt Price I Wg have an immense of Spring and Summer and must have room for them and wo to carry our remaining winter stock year that reason we are you some exceptional values in our goods We nro going to close out everything in this line so as to untilIIwith an now stock next year Keeping largo and as wo have always done wo arc compelled at times to unload a loss to us which is gain REDUCED ARE MADE ON EVERYTHING IN WINTER STOCK I worth entitles displayJut I Doll every to March I HONEST Houses- Washington by preparing facilities goods coat that many winters 1200 to to 500 coats SHOES lino of and Childrens MENS SUITS clothing us a self 1200 suits suits to Profits have to paid OeSIULLMAN SKILLMAN BRJECKINRJDGE ovarylegitimateTime Deposits DIRECTORS oA sold Hardinsburg IA MENS SHIRTS Blue 100 to 100 to stock and wo can you the shirt proposition HENS HATS brands of included in this Reduced 250 175 200 1 100 UNDERWEAR- Our never carryover underwear This we will move fleece lined underwear for and men Websterfcbas wont Lyddan ofJSkillman patentflour tiny thejpastmonth HardinsbUrg here shopping- X Dugginsjhas Consideration Kingcwood May I complete PRICES Standard Childrens underwear cent- Tobacco canvass 2cand Produce exchange highest pric- eHOSIERY The hosiery proposition a vital will interested in these tions Mens Womens and Childrens hosiery cent Boys Mens Pants at carry full and plete line and fancy groceries Everything Goods delivered anywhere Irvington e 53 Drop Flour sack ed appointment Sunday lumber week kinds- J Cloverpojt where house Sunny Allie Weatherford community S Ephe was good good leaves Roy Willie friends funeral J Hughes Kingswood termenttook place Basham Kingswood Monday guest home Hardinsburg return Louis made excellent before Missionary meeting Subscribe it Winter bought stock afford next For offering entirely stock largo GROCERIES- Wo Beatty Jewelry For some time we have carri ed a nice lino of Jewelry and have huda fine trade on it During this Rednccd Prico Sale wo are going to give some spec ial bargains Wo carry chains fobs hat pins necklaces cuff buttons brooches bracelets rings etc U 500 articles red to 350 400 200I300 articles red to 215 I 200 articles red to 125 100 articles red to 75 f Every article is guaranteed for 10 years S Our new line of Spring and Summer Goods are being opened You will do well to look over our line before buying elsewhere L A JOLLY Irvington Kentucky t U JIj r ft r M r v rr r4T rC = Y IARemedyRRH Elys Cream Balm- II quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseasmorn- bran resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in ilia FCIHTRstoresTaste and Smell hull size GO eta at Drug gists or by snail In liquid form 75 rents Ely Brothers GO Warren Street New York T5he Breckenridtfo News WEDNESDAY FEB 161910 For Congress neJohnsonCongress subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to bo held Mnrch 12 1010 PERSONAL J JANiLOCAL O T Skillman spent Sunday in Lou isville Prof Tanner spent Sunday In Win chester Mr Forrest Gilliland is ill at his home on tho hill- Oscat Dickey is ill at his home at ElizabethtownMiss Nicholas has returned from St Louis Robert E Moorman of Glendeane is in Louisville Harvey English of Ammons was at Hardinsburg Monday Girls Club meets with Miss Annie Jarboe this afternoon Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough is visiting in the East Mrs Chas Satterfield has been criti cally ill of rneumatism Miss Theodosla Matheny was home from Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer attended the Mardi Gras in New Orleans Try Irvington flour None such Best on the market at S C Tauls C Brabandt is in Irvington and will return home Thursday night Monroe Cox of Louisville was th guest of relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer have returned home from LouisvilleIJohn T Ditto of Decatur spent Sunday with Mrs John Babbage C E Friel was in town Monday on business and called at the News office Miss Addie Ditto has returned to her home in Louisvilleat 122 South BrookI Try Irvington flour None such Best on the market at S C Tauls Miss Francis Smith is visiting Mr I and Mrs Richard Wathen in Bards townMrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray have returned from Hardins burgMr and Mrs Hugh Wood of Louis ville spent Monday at the Duncan HouseMrs Jas Cordrey has gone to Evans ton Illand will go to Chicago and Cincinnati on business Miss Daisy Dean of Glendeane and Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsville are visiting relatives and friends Miss Vlrriuia 11111 is visiting relatives i In Evansville Ernest amd Arthur Bruns of Owens boro was the guest of friends Sunday W J Dleckman of Stephensport was in town mixing with friends yesterdays Godfrey Ball and Mrs Clara Winfiel- were married at the Willurd Hotel 1 in Louisville Saturday Miss Zella Brown died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Brown at Walnut Groye Monday Mrs Nannie Ferry will return to Lou isville soon to spend the remainder of the winter with Mrs H A Dawley J E Monarch of Kirk went to Lou isville Monday Mr Monarch will pi nt 35 acres of Burley Tobacco this year Read every page and every ad In the News every week Readers miss many items of interest because they only read localsTry Irvington flour None such Best on the market at S C Tauls Judge and Mrs J H Wills and Miss Gens e Wills have moved to the resi dence of her mother Mrs Franci- Sawyer who will make her home wit themMrs W C Pate closed a very suc cessful school at Mattingly last Thurs day Mrs Pate gave entire satisfaction and the place has been promised her next year Messrs Ernest Popham and Paul Lewis and Misses Emelinc Lewis Mar garet Wroe and Esther Popham were guests of Miss Bessie Mitchell at Ad dison Sunday Taylor Triplett of Custer was here Tuesday visiting his mother Mrs Walter Jarboe Mr Triplett is one of the successful farmers and Burley Tobacco raisers of that section SOCIETY NOTES The young girls of this city were beautifully complimented with a Valentine reception Monday night by the society men of Cloverport Oelzes Hall looked as though it had been touched by magic and was arthcally decorated for the ocassion under th direction of Mr Harry Newsom From the ceiling were plaited ribbon streamers of red and white and hearts hung eue trance to the dancing floor was an Door mous lace Valentine and Cupid guided twenty couples or more to the scene of a grand time The waltz twosep and barn dance were heartily enjoyed some of the guests entered into them and tome did not but everybodys heart wnsI dancing with bibs and merriment All1 present seemed to be thinking of each others pleasure and no one left the hall1 without exercising the Golden Rule A lemon and orange punch with only the spirits of sojialbility iu it was served Miss Ray Ileyser presided at the bowl The chaperones were Mrs Phelps Mrs Crenshaw Mrs Snider Mrs Fraize bits Ira Behen Mrs Fred1 Ferry and Mrs Harvey Stone Those who issued the invitations were Messrs Harvey Stone Rufus McCoy Harry Newsom Harry Weatherholt TomII Ferry Carrol Tague Fred Praize Ira Behen Byrne Severs Marion Denton David Phelps Harold Murray Cas Fallon Colin Miller John and Felix Jarboe and C BrabnmU 000 Mrs David Phelps informally enter mined ether home inn delightful way Wednesday evening oao Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis entertained Wednesday afternoon The guests were os follows i Misses Ccoua Weatherholf Eva and Edith Plank LulaISevers AnueJarboe Mayuie Dellnven Margaret roil Edith Burn Mrs Harry Newsoji Mrs John Kincheloo Mrs Shelby Conrad Mrs Leonard Oelze Mrs Ben Ridgeway Mrs Ira lichen and Mrs David Pholps 000 The Knights of Pythias will give their annual bouquet next Tuesday evening at Oelzes Hall 000 Miss Francis Smith gave a Rook party Friday afternoon She was assisted in entertaining by Misses Ella and Jane Smith During the afternoon Mrs Reid sang so sweetly and her little daughter Elector also delighted tho guests with one or two songs Wickliffe Mrs John 000IHardinsburg pleasanthMrs Moorman will continuo her visit several1 days Mrs Kincheloe and Mrs Moorman were entertained at the De Haven home and were guests last week of Mrs Shelby Conrad Mrs D II Severs Mrs Wickliffe Moorman and Mrs EJ Ogleahy 000 Captand Mrs Rowland gave a dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Harvey Stone 000 Mrs Frances Howe of this city and Mr John Clark Esnrey of Tohinsport were married on Wednesday of last week at Mt Carmel Ill They will make their home at Tobinsport 000A- nnouncement is made of the engage ment of Miss Eleanor But er and Thoo dord Roosevelt Jr cf New York State Lets Make it Boom I mean the Sunday School Are you one of the looniers Wont you become ndayemorning Increased interest increased attendance and increased contribution Next Sunday is 1 Missionary Day Lets make it the best G P Dillon Pastor FINE MEETING Mattingly Ky Feb 10 The Farmers Society of Equity held a meeting here Wednesday night Feb 9 and arc ganized a local union with a membe 1ship of twenty The meeting was held in W N Pates new store A large enthusiastic crowd of farmers were present The local was early organized as the farmers seemed eager to get back to Mr Eventts plans After the meeting one farmer said II feel like raising tobacco now We will get a good price next year This will spread like the fire in the woods said an other All are enthusiastic Like a Man Father Hobby Im surprised to see you cryingI HWIMISP a lice1 stuns you Brace up and net like n limn Robby Yyes iin then yymid gimme n IMick In Yyou told mo vwhal youd do to j me If you oover heard mo uusln that I kind of 1languagp Chicago News + + Wants+ pllrticulllrsIInd ATlnlulA urderhUlllncss Tellshowmonthlyyndlcutc Sweet Clover sced For Sale IIl plantryparticulars address 1 T Mitnlls Fulmoutlir Ky It 11 4 S Irvtogtonlouseslrahlo property Write Mrs A Olaycomb I priceturdFarm for 8nfo In Itlackford Bottom Han County 150 acres In who o track lint rtolCloverport 1 InCloverport wrltoTohnJ7 r lY A NEW LI- MBFOUNTAIN I I PENSA- T PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co r1l0s e WANTEDTobacco to put in crop on shares Will furnish good house teams and best of land to right party Apply to Jos McGehee Brandenburg Ky FARMERS ATTENTION Invest your money in Ross Export Filed Seeds They bring results for overy cent Invested If no dealer In your locality write to ROSS SEED CO LOUISVILLE KY who will put you in touch with your dealer What Indeedl James was always Ikind of morose said Mrs Ialgo to her caller but nor hes married again It seems ns It ho couldnt hour to have anybody sonicIt Mabrythesecular songs In tthis vale of woo What IIf you was took sudden says liPvilla called to your lust account with the Soldiers Tear In your month V Youths Companion QO 0JII 10 lir 01II0rI- Q 00 Q Whatis- LiWyandotte 00 Li 0 Wyandotte Cleaner and Cleanser is a snow white tasteless powder used for all kinds of cleaning and washing purposes Nothing so dirty it willnot clean nothing so stale it will not freshen nothing so sour it will not sweeten It is harmless to tho o finest fabrics and it will not run colors that coldowater will not run It contains no acid nor poison It rinsks easily and is in short a thoroughly differ ent and modern preparation All users of Wyan- dotte praise its great cleansing power 0 Let us send you a sack Money back o if not satisfactory 0 0 0Q IDl J C NOLTE BRO rtx j CLOVERPORT K- YE0C0I JU OJU 10JIQj Hudson Bros Cos Combination Sale Hudson Bros Co will hold their Salo of and AT T11H1U SALE STABLES KY ON MARCH 31 AND APRIL I AND 2 1910 We solicit your we can getyou satisfactory prices for your horses For further information apply to HUDSON BROS CO 1018 E Main St KY h h r 1IIIIIIIi Farm For Sale I have fur sale either for cash or on reasonable terms a good farm of 139 acres lying about 3 miles South of Four room cottage and other necessary buildings on farm W till watered and good land Call in person or write me at once most reasonable tobnccoII JOHN OREILLY Executor Ky tyttr rs AtaP I h WISE Annual Combination HighClass Business Pleasure Horses LOUISVILLE patronagebelieving LOUISVILLE Hardinsburg Hardinsburg tySt GET nhh Advertise0 h I mm 1 WATCH FOR I I Io II II II II Ii1 18I I BIG SPECIAL SALE DONT MISS IT I III ED FH ALEXANDER Irvington Ky II o r- I U 1 I e Jr xw IIh REPORT OF TAX COMMISSION TO GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY Kentucky Must Make a Reform in Its Scheme of Taxation Much Dissatisfaction Through The State at Present Both Commissions Labor Hard For Welfare of The State CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED Wo therefore advise and strongly urge tfittt the Legislature h asked to submit to a vote of the people an amendment to section 171 of the Constitution designed to provide in substance not that taxes shall be uniform on all classes of property as at present but tha taxes shall be uniform upon all property of the same class and furthermore to confer distinctly upon the Legislature the power to classify tho source of revenue designating certain sources of revenue exclusively for State purposes certain other sources of revenue ex clusively for city purposes and certain other sources of revenue exclusively for county purposes For tho form of such amendment wo beg to submit the following Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth KentuckySection 1 That upon the concurrence of threefifths ofall the members elected to each house the yeas and nays being taken there on and entered in full in their respectivo journals Section 171 of the Constitution be and it is amended and revised so that it shall read as followsThe General Assembly shall provide by law an annual tax which withother resources shall be sufficient to defray the estimated expenses of tho Commonwealth for each fiscal year Taxes shall be levi ed and collected for public purposes only and shall be uniform upon all property of the same class subject to taxation within the territorial limits of the authority levying the tax and all taxes shall bo levied and collected by general laws The General Assembly shall have power to devido properly into closes and to determine what class or classes of property shall be subject to State taxation and what class or classes of property shall be subject to local taxation Bonds of the State and of counties municipalities taxing and school districts shall not be subject to taxa tion Section ii This amendment shall be submitted to the voters of tho State for their ratification or rejection at the time and in tho manner provided for under Section 250 of the Constitution of Ken tucky and under Section 1459 of tho edition of the Kentucky Statu tes compiled and edited By John D Carroll and issued in 1909 A TAX COMMISSION DESIRABLE Our investigation of this important subject has proceeded at least far enough to convince us that it has not received from our people andour lawmaking body the careful study and treatment that should be accorded matter which so vitally concerns the wolfaro of our people No function of government is moro closely related to the prosperity of the people than that of taxation An unwise tax may easily destroy an industry depreciate property drive out capital discourage now population and turn tho tide of commerce away from our borders to those of more favored States It is therefore a sub ject that should bo most carefully and conscientiously studied The sessions of the General Assembly arc so brief that it is un reasonable to expect the best results when it would he a physical im possibility in tho short time at its disposal to make more than a superficial examination of this subject We therefore recommend the patsago of an act by tho General Assembly providing for the appointment of a Tux Commission whose duty it shall bo to investigate tho tax systems of other States and countries and to formulate and re commend legistation necessary und expedient to secure just and equit able taxation and improvements in the system of taxation in this State and that said Commission be pormittted to employ a secretary and stenographer to aid in tho duties imposed upon them and be required to make and file its report with the governor of this State thirty days before the next regular session of the General Assembly Should the General Assembly propose the amendment to the Con stitution herein recommended as we earnestly hope it will do such a Commission as wo have recommended could bo engaged during the time that this nmondment is before the people for consideration and be voted on at tho next general election for members of tho General Assembly in waking a more careful study of the entire subject so that the first General Assembly that meets after tho adoption of the amendment may have ready a comprehensive report that will enable it without undue loss of time to begin the work of framing a wiser code of laws under tho wider discription that will bo permitted it by the Constitutional amendment Such a commission should not be- largesay three members it should be nonpartisan and be compos ed of men of the highest character representing the important industrial agricultural commercial and financial interests of the State Tho work of similar commissions in thirteen other states has aided greatly in securing the best results in revising the revenue systems CLASSIFYING THE SOURCES OF REVENUE Wo desire to state with emphasis that in our opinion relief from practically all tho unnecessary burdens and unjust discrimination comI plained of under our present tax laws would be secured by the sys I tom of classifying the subjects of taxation and separating the sources of revenue as above suggested Under our present tax system the combination of the State tax the county tax and the city tax results inevitably in most cities in tho State in a rate of taxation so high that it takes from 40 to 75 per cent of tho income from many classes of property with the result that owners of property of these classes will not list thoir property for taxation but will by every possible means not stopping short of perjury evade assessment thusI I leaving a larger proportion of tho burden of taxation to fall upon real estate and visible personal property Under the system of classifying nnd separating tho sources of revenue it is brought about that theII State revenues aro raised from certain subjects of taxation and the taxed for State purposetheand the propertyJ so taxed is not taxed for any other than county pur poses This operator as a division of the burden so that it is never higherthanvaluation or evasion Under this system in practical operation in other States it has been found that moro property is listed for taxa tion and larger public revenues are raised with less burden Continued in next issuo J4 J Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness neglecteyour not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and applyat the first sign of stiffness Its penetratingoeseright to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints andmakes the muscles clastic plianttHeres the Proof Mr G T Roberts of Uesaca Ga RFDNoi Uox 43 writes tIhave used your Liniment on a hose for swee ney and effected thorough cure I al so removed spavin on a mule This spavin was as large as a guinea egg In my estimation the best remedy for lameness and soreness I- sSloans LinimentMr n M Glbbs of Lawrence Kans RFD No 3 wrltesYour Lini ment is the best that I have ever used I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one Soc bottle of Sloans Liniment entirely cured her 1 keep It around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock Sloans Liniment will killa spavin curb or splint re duce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush PrlcQ GOo and 100 Slnnn book on hone cattle sheep and poultry sentfree Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A NEW VEGETABLE SLICER Handy Kitchen Device Which May Be Easily Constructed Any handy innn or handy woman for Hint innttor can hulhl a vegetable Bllccr which will ho a great Improve ment on the rather expensive device which are shown In the shops Take TIm Hiaomi IN OPBIIATION- n piece of whitewood planed very clean about seven Inches or eight Inches long nnd four Incites wide with two stout tIre dogs or staples placed as shown In tile sketch With an ordinary table knife slipped through tho two staples the cucumber can be cut very rapidly sits evenly by pressing tho cucumber against the hoard nirl sliding It down the blade of tho knife the staples acting as a gauge for time thickness ot tho slices Hot Dishes To make dinner plates amid dishes hot before sending to the table dip them In very hot water Instead of put ting them In the oven This takes only n little moro time than putting them in the oven lUll Is less liable to crack the china President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been help ed by the President of the Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach 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 Drug store Notice That resolutions of respect aro published at 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter STANLEY AS A FIGHTER HU Revenge on the Africans For At tacking His Forces In the following language Sir Henry M Stanley describes an attack of na tives upon his party during one of his African expcdltlona The leviathan bears down on us with racing speed its consorts on either Hani spurting the water Into foam nut shouting up jets with their sharp prows A thrill lug chant from 2000 throats ride louder and louder on our hearing Presently the posed spears are launched and a secuud later my rlllea respond wlih a rljiplnr i iiiHlir r plosion and the dark bodies of the ca noes and pnddlers rush past us For n short time the savages are paralyzed hut they soon recover They find there is death in those flaming tubes In the hands of the strangers and with possibly greater energy than they advanced they retreat time pur sued becoming the pursuers in lint chase My blood Is up It Is a mur dermas world and I have begun to hate the filthy vulturous shoals who Inhabit it I pursue them upstream up to their villages I skirmish in their streets drive them pcllmcll into the woods he yond nUll level their ivory temples With frantic imitate I fire their huts and end the scene by towing their ca noes Into midstream and setting them adrift RAVENOUS EATERS Gluttony of Sollman and the Appetite of Louis XIV Touching the matter of eating thn stories told by the old chroniclers and historians of the abnormal appetites of certain Roman and oriental men of note fairly stagger belief I Gibbon tells of Sollman a caliph In the eighth century who died of acute indigestion In his camp near ChalcJs in Syria just as he was about to lead an army of Arabs against Constantino ple He had emptied two baskets of eggs and figs which he swallowed alternately and the repast was finished with marrow and sugar In n pll grimage to Mecca the same caliph had eaten with impunity at a single meal seventy pomegranates a lkid six fowls mill a huge quantity of the grapes of TayefSuch n statement would defy belief were not others ofn similar character well avouched Louis XIV could hard ly boast of an appetite as ravenous as Sollmans but he would cat at a sit ting four platefuls of different soups a whole pheasant a partridge n plate ful of salad mutton hashed with gur lic t vo good sized slices of ham a dish of pastry and finish this ample repast with fruit and sweetmeats London Saturday Review Victorian Gods If Thackeray with a brain weighing fiftyeight and oue half ounces had the Ulggest head among Victorian writ ers who 111I1 the best features The choice would seem to lie between Ten nyson and Henry Taylor That man must bo a poet remarked one of his Cambridge contemporaries when he first saw Tennyson como Into the hull at Trinity and another friend describes him in his undergraduate days as six feet high broad chested strong limbed his face Shakespearean with deep eyelids his forehead ample crowned with dark wavy hair hl head finely poised his hrfhd time admi ration of sculptors But time denim none too gently with Tennyson whereas Henry Taylor always n distin gulshed looking titan seems to have grown singularly majestic with years Grant Duff meeting him when he was aver eighty notes that Taylorl looks more like Jupiter than ever null contemporary memoirs are full of references to his loveJ Ilke appearance London Standard No Chrnco In History Mazslni said that ho did not believe that chance existed In history A cause must necessarily underlie every event alth ugh for the moment it may appear as the result of apparently 01 cldcntal circumstances An Alexander a Caesar a Napoleon are not the re suits of accident hut the Inevitable product of the time and nation from which they spring It was not Caesar who destroyed the Roman republic The republic was dead before Caesar cattle Sulla Mnrius Catiline preced ed and foreshadowed Caesar but he gifted with keener Insight and greaterI genius snatched the power from them and concentrated It In hIs own hands For there was no doubt that he Will fitter to rule than nil tho others putt together At the same time supposlu he hud appeared 150 years earlier time would not have succeeded in destroy- Ing the republic When he came till life had already gone out of it nUll even Caesars death could not restore tint Nicely Graded IL Is still a tradition that the people of Manchester England should gibe at Liverpool with tho proverb A Manchester turn a Liverpool gentleman but It Is said classification IIn not so strongly marked in Lancashire as in the old days When stagecoach es were running a guard was once asked Who has thin gotten inside Billy Billy consulted his list and replied A gentleman Ira Liverpool n moo fra Manchester a chap frn Owdhamand n fellow Ira Wlgan Words of Different Size Did they exchange words Yes hut it wasnt an oven ex change One spoke in English and tho utter In1 Russian New York Press I hardly know so true n work of n Ittle mind as 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Asl lrni M Kentucky School Teachers and Normal Training Present and prospective teachers of Breckenridge and ad joining counties are invited to consider tho new Normal De partment of Kiiigswood College particular Normal students have advantages of good musical instruc tions good Literary Societies and the inspiration andstimilus of advanced college associations and in addition will be al lowed one or moro studies in tho collegiate1 department free of charge Our second torm begins January 1 1910 Much of this torm will be devoted to the preparation of teachers for practi cal work in the common schools The principal of this department seeks to find out wherein helpPersons may expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to teachingWe honest and thoro work Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars pet torm J W HUGHES President JI J1 JTA V la- le I DO ALL KINDS OF Job Wor 1 L iiii a DOINGS IN GAYGOTHAMI Fashions Seen at a Carnegie Hall Musical Recital AN OLD LADY AND HR SWIRL o The Art of Giving PleasureHints o How to Got on With People Wh Find Mrs A Haughty and Mrs B SnubbyA Peace Crusade Dear ElsieI dont know when any thing has so musically satisfied me ns the recital of Mischa Klinan the Ilus sinn boy violinist at Carnegie hall last week The Immense building was slm ply packed with n fashionable and en thusiastic audience El mans playing Is wonderful and he certainly gets more tone and soul sounds out of n violin than any virtuoso I have ever heard A musical prodigy at four a genius of tho stringed Instrument now nt nine teen what will he bo at twice then o I could bore you to death with t Mischa ravings but 1 do dear BOMETUINO UNIQUE IN HOUSE FROCKS wish you could have heard him play his own arrangement of Schumanns Wanderer Ive forgotten the Ger man equivalent and Mr Wine and Whiskys Faust Fantasie Well itsI always merely a step from the sublime to the ridiculous and an old lady at the recital furnished the comedy part This ancient speclmea was evidently n member of what Dick calls tho sub merged Four Hundred and her years were surely the allotted threescore mill ten The lady judging from her make up had been converted to the doctrine that the date of n womans birth has nothing to do with her years Angels and ministers of grace defend me from such spectacles of bedizened old age What did she wear The very lat est and most unsuitable addenda of tho node Her hair well her hair was of natures coloring This muchr she had conceded to time but It was fixed In the extreme swirl style Imagine seventy years or more of fen ininity done up in a swirl On top of the coUTure rested or ito be more explicit roostejl a hugo ermine turban ornamented with n pink orchid and n youthful weirdly gay nlgret Madams furs were of the same royal pelt Her gown was made jso modishly floppy all round as very serIously to impede her tottering steps herjsemjiThat old womans appearance dls gusted mo more than I should have allowed such a trifle to do PBiit has It ever Elsa struck you Jhow much you are influenced duringI She day by tho moods of the people around you and tho trifles of exist fence ijfclf there is a chilly atmosphere a the breakfast table if you receive n potter bill would hit the mark nearer rlf some little Incident jars the har molly of things It seems to throw you Jut of gear and makes you If not Jownrlght unhappy at least awful Uncomfortable for the entire day tt- rfA fit of sulks from the maid an irgumcnt with the butcher put a jioud on the horizon and give you a Jjteisatidfled disconsolate feeling which 1 twin sister to the blues All these uplargoThoro Is no getting away from the III tact that our happlnecs depends n- eatI deal upon the moods and tensor IfjJho people wo como in contact with 1 mid the Impression they make upon us il can never get on with people when Jiey dont seem pleased with me Im Srrlbly sensitive on this point If I 1 that Im not welcome I simply jjPt bo at my best DIcksays that Im foolish on the iUject and that you cant nlways tell mil persons manner what his real ysa are You may think you can- arti oucant f s A ho argues perhaps seems iud and reserved and you never feel MM with her for fear of being satdf when Rsn mutter of tact shebly be merely dreadfully shy SAVED FROM AN r ByLydiaEPinkhams Vegetable CompoundDo 1 operation agoIward in both sides backache and a weakness The doctor wanted me to operation Vegetable1 I am entirely cured of my troubles Mrs ATOUSTE VESPERMANN Do Forest WisconsinAnother Avoided Now Orleans LouFor years J suffered from severe female Finally I was confined to my bed an I the doctor said an operation was necessary I gave Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound a trial first an I operationMrsLILY Orleans La Thirty years of unparalleled success confirms the power of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases The great volume of pouring E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is a remarkable remedy for those distressing feminine ills from which so many women suffer Ifyou want special advice about your case write to Mrs Pinklmni at Lynn Mass1 Her advico is free and always helpful more afraid of you than you are of her But she gives you the Impression that she Is haughty and distant and you go away feeling rebuffed Ive been turning the idea around If the impression other people make on you has so much to do with your happiness why then the effect you produce on other people must Influence them the same way Do you know I dont think wo re alize this half enough We dont un derstand that just as n little coldnessI or a little temper on the part of some body else upsets us so does the same thing on our part make others un happyI all this happens because we see the mote In our neighbors eye but not time beam in our own- I know a woman who is the soul of hospitality but who has such an un fortunately chilly manner that she lit crony freezes her guests by her apparent coldness though she Is really delighted to see them- I am going to see what n little per sonal Investigating along friendly lines will do for my own character and 1 nm going deliberately to set to work to cultivate n pleasant winning and welcoming manner The people who possess it are rare But I think it can bo acquired You dcar have such a sunny nature that you wont be both elect in this direction but I nm sure that if the rest of us took pains to express our warmest anti pleasautest feelings anti repress the opposite sen sations of coldness anti dislike ou way In the world would be tho brighter for it We would add to time sunshine of many n dull tiny and we would have our own material reward for people with plensifnt ways are always welcome wherever they go 1 shall begin my crusade of pleasantness when I don the new house gown Ive just had finished and n sketch of which I nm inclosing The frock Is such a quaint demure lovely affair In dove gray silk hud chiffon that I am sure the proverbial bird of peace will hover over mo when I wear It Dont you think I might suggest the wearing of n pence frock to the mem hers of the Universal Ieace league ns n part of its platform Im getting flippant so goodby before you are dreadfully chocked uy ABEL Now York CrutchtWhen Editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then itythoroughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store Cowcatchers For Taxicabs Tho foreman of tho jury at n city Inquest In London the other tiny made an Interesting suggestion regarding motor vehicles A bar should bo placed in front of tho radiator he said so that n person run Into could clutch it The radiator Is always hot and a person on endeavoring to save himself cnnnot cling to it Took All Ills Money Often all n man earns goes to doctors- or for medicines to elate a Stomach Liver or Sidney trouble that Dr Kings NewLife Pills would quickly cure at slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indi sestina Biliousness Constipation Jaun ice Malaria and Debility 2 jc at evers Drugstore CARE OF ROADS After Good Ones Are Constructed The Should Be Carod For Regularly The good road oral bus begun In ninny states and already the steam roller the plies of crushed rock along the roadside and time digging out of tbo original roadway arc familiar sightsI In many or time eastern states The fieldsNand hills of the rural sections These roads are perfectly built and ns soon as completed the farmers and other ratepayers contentedly sit back and exclaim Those roads are now good for ti generation or more without trouble This Is a serious error and one being made In many states That It Is an error is borne out by time dust cloud raised by a passing cm traveling nt twenty miles per hour or perhaps faster Many fall to realize that whenever dust Is raised a rood is being destroy ed This IIs particularly the ease on smooth macadam surfaces where them Is nothing to hold the dust on the road and where every cross wind blows ort any loose material As soon as roods are built arrangements should be made to keep them in repair With roads it is essentially Sameddlately macadam roads arc completedI- n dustImany preparn tlons are now on the market and the IA WELL KEPT lOAn IN A IlUltAIi DISTRICT From Good Roads Magazine New YorkJ communities should be educated to look upon these additions as a legit innate part of the road malutenaiue California hits its oiled roads over which motoring is a pleasure to tlc motorist and riot a dust path to the citizen who happens to be on the taut the same day or who has the misfor tune to reside along a well traveled highway Massachusetts has proved that road treatments are a success und more economical Ithan continuous applica times of water and In England dust preventing IIs always considered a part of the road ln ohle- muChldre3n Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI Fathers Revenge Here Is a teliwun from papa says the eloping bride lie says for trltlirhim and mamma I rtlilnt Milnk he would lie so vin dictive us nil that slrli tit olnplnr IIrldnjrroomNVw York Life riianpo yourself and fort HUH wH IlilDLP with fill Inrtniiiiii 11111rl Dyspepsia is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every time It drives out impurities perfectdigestionhealth IN HONOR OF WASHINGTON A Delicious Luncheon to Be Servedon Feb 22 An nnpettelng amid attractive menuI for n George Washington luncheon would be Grapefruit With Cherries Cream Bouillon Broiled Lamb Chops Potato Balls Bread and Butter Sandwiches Olives Nut and Celery Salad Cheese Ice Cream Fancy Cakes CoffeeBonbons Halve the grapefruit amid thorough ly chill Jt then sprinkle with pow cored sugar and garnish the top with preserved cherries Serve on blue sau cers In fact blue dishes should be used for time entire service If n few drops of yellow vegetable coloring be added to time bouillon the blue and buff color schema will be pleasantly reflected Decorate the lamb chops with blue and buff paper chpp frills Arrange tho potatoes cannon ball stylo and surmount with a tiny blue and butt flag Cut the sandwiches out to simu late cocked hats Servo tho salad in bluo and buff paper salad cups Have the ice cream frozen cannon ball shape and decorate each ball with a colonial flag Ico tno cakes with blue and buff NOTICE When cJillga news item 1o this of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of InterestTRditor fJ n WIDOUGIAS33fdJ4SHOES I BOYS SHOES 200- I Z5 vTHE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas shoes for thq past six years and always find they are far superior to all other hitch trade shoes In style comfort and durability W Q JONES lie Howard Ave Utica N Y If I could take you into my large fac youhowmade you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make prIceIIUnmlI If your ilniler mnnt Hi you wllli WUloiipn hoc write for Mail OMIT rntaoir W Douglas Druckton Mass Fran SALE BY J C Nolte Bro A Flag of Truce For a Dog One day when Washingtons army lay in winter quarters at Valley Forgo a flue hunting dog evidently lost came to seek something to eat Wash ington and his staff were tUning at the time On the dogs collar was the name General Howe Washington gave orders that the dog should befell and It was then sent to Philadel phia under n ting of truce with a letter reading General Washingtons compliments to General Howe He does himself the pleasure to return to him n dog which accidentally fell Into his hands and by time Inscription on the collar appears to belong to Gen eral Howe The British commander In reply sent n cordial letter conveying his warm thunks for this act of cour test of his enemy Conundrums What her 14 most Injurious to n ladys beauty Thyme What Is the difference between a clock and n partnership When a clock Is wound up It goes when nOrm is wound up It stops Why should n needle stake a good merchant It always has one eye open for business and carries Its point Why is the Isthmus of Suez like the first u in cucumber Because it IIs between two seas Why Is early grass like a penknife Because tilt spring brings out the blades Why Is n real estate man not a man of words Because ho Is a tuna of deeds Philadelphia Ledger Riddles What Is tl dlffurence between pho tographing t oil measles One makes facsimiles fIe otlior sick families What Is aiPiller tlmii a fleas mouth 1 That which dos Into n lions mouth The Little Tin Soldiers Valentine Said the little tin soldier Who lived by himself To time Japaioeo doll On tro hlKh inanteh Belt My sweet valentine I sal will you b9l Ifor tbs slant of your oyos Is m set plnaslnc to me Well the soldier climbed up At thu rurt of his life And curled her down And made her his wife So from this happy ending or course you con KIIUM That the Japanostt loll Mutt have answered him Yes a Turned Down Have I passed tin examination Inquired the would be policy holder No Im sorry to say replied the insurance agent Then 1 cnnt take out that 5000 endowmentNot life Doans Regulels cure constipation without griping nausea nor any weakening effect Ask your druggist for them 25 cents per box Tribute to Road Drags Value Walter Shoemaker rural free deliv ery carrier In Drumore Lancaster county In wrote to the Lancaster Pa Automobile club about tho split log road drag ns follows I drive on n piece of road on which tho drag has been used and 1 cnn see that It Is the host road 1 have on my entire mall route 1 think the split log drng Is just the thing to matte good roads Rural free delivery car riers want good roads Just ns well ns the farmers want good roads and Just ns well as the automobile men want good roads and wo wnnt to help tho farmers nil wo can KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR gsHS JSfaAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OH MONEY REFUNDED eo hq fr Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147 145 I 143 141 146 142 144 18 STATIONSDully rDally Dally Dally Dally p1 44O IOII1 1S5 740V LouisvilleI Ar1M A M A bL 1111 1 JII 0 33 f4 liB 8 53 Strawberry 7 00 C12 IU 7 25 u939 500 I 50 I3islloff 652 fI23U 718UJU l5 J9 1909 Mcdora 16 42 12 J9fl 08 9 51 fb Jt IV 14 Stites 16 86 12 Ii fl 02 957 1511 1117 Kathryn 6m2 rJ20H 6591001 521 0 21I West Point 6221205 U5610 03 f5 23 If 23 Howard 6 2 112 03 fJ 54 10 OUlM U 20 11153smf64610 13 f5 37 f9 U4 Rock Haven 6 t6 fll 481641iO 25 1513 tO 40 Long Uranch 6 09 it 40i6 53 u10 5 52 9 411 Brandenbur ti 03 11 32 U 25 u1011 5 59 f9 fi6 Iikron6 55 ill 23 U 16 10 37 U O8 flO 05 Ouston 5 48 ill 1 15 U 08 10 43f0 g 10 ld Irvington 641 J1 Pb gga 10 JO 33flO 29 1 Webster 5 57 f5 42 5U f6 Lodlburg 5 27f10 416 54 it 02 164u 10 33 Mystlc 521 tJo 41 52611 05 16 50 ti037 Sample 5 18 1103715 2211 11 U fi8 10 44 Stephensport 511 10 27 51411 Jt f102 ill 48 Addison 508 tlO 22f5 JO 11 IU f104 flO 5U Holt 506 flO 195 08 f6 Gaut 03 11 26 7 15 11 OU Cloverport of 57 to 07 4 57 8 1511 7 IR 11 03 Shops 4 it 8 12U 12 288 5 51 10 0411 17 28 11 11 Skillman f8 026 21 4 46 to 53 4 4411 45 7 37 11 18 Hawesville 4 38 948 4 36 7 521627 li 51 fflIS 11 25 Petrle 4 32 fIJ 57 428 1146fo 32 11 55 f1 50 11 2U Adair 4 28 f 52 4 24 f7 59640 1203 750 111 37 Lewlsport 4 21 Q 2H f41 731f6 45 12 08 f8 05 11 42 Waitmami4 10 W 17 4 11 f7 246 53 12 14 8 H III 40 Maceo 4 f4 1609 U 08 04 7f7 03 12 23 f8 24 li 50 Pates 4 00 8 56 3 M f1 Os 7 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch a 5U 18 52 3 51 7 027 13 1235 835 10 Owensboro it11 M 50 f845 345 665 f7 18 12 50Ii7 3112 30 f8 50 34 fO 4I 87f1347to327 f8 J5 3 23 6 28f146 1 OI ru 10 12J8 Reed 322 807 317 1621753 108 f 16 12438eaI5 318 801 313 f616 8 QS 1 10 g J8 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 IU 7 f3 11 8 25 1 15 f9 24 12 50 Haskett 3 12 7 52 f3 07 608 55AlIIP M 1 48 10 05 1 28hHoweILuu 3 42 7 1U 23U 155 1015 136 vansVHle 235 710 230 740 740 ST LOUiS 1 000 814A 111 1 11 1 111 A 111 f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis fromeastfromwestHartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsville East Bound Second Class Is4 Glass 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 10 STATIONS xedUaliyuxSunday645pm 53Oam 1110am Lv Irvington Ar JO lOam 115pm 1140pm- f655 fS 40 CllWBasin Spring fO 5t f350 H125 f70fJ f555 sll 3J- fll13 larfleld x012s3 27 sll 10 fj20 607 Harned 918 f307 flOSS s728s612 sll 46 Junction h s9 23 s257 slO 53 s73J s610 nil 50 Hardinsburgs9 23 1243 slO18 574i x0 27 si 150 Junction 51 17 m3 33 s040 f750 f637 1 U 03pm Kirk 1100 f222i flO 31 11024sSs8 19 t7 UU sl2 28 Uempstcr sS 31s140 1510 8831 slMl Falls of Rough fSIII t s125i sl03slO06fX 01f056f9f953cn59 20 7 36 f 120 Ellniltch s7 5is1215 81138 7 5u Fordsville q d 11Jtn 9 35 4 3OpmEARLINUTUN 4to airn Real Estate Department Do YQu want to buy a farm or ibusinccs 1 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 onco telling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has tho very property you are looking for AVo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business It you want cash for your proporty send price und description at onco and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together x enablingbuyersJ Jno D Babbage 300 HO acres 8 milesfrom Guston 3t I miles from Jrvlnltton well watered lays well good young orchard Rood timber on rural route school house few yards iron house Improvements i good four room tlwollllll with kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenent house and chi turn back In tho Hold moat and lion house wood shed will noil on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno n UabbaRO Oloverport Ky G7 ACRE FARM 5 room cottauo ball and porch In good ropalr Rood 7stall stock barn two good sldo steeds crib Rood meat house and hen heuso and u variety of apples pouches and grapes a Rood well and never falling spring for stock water BOO yards oast 1IlghSchoolR 2 HAH mlleslwestotGlondeane3 t JJJrailroad t all frosli laud 100 acres in cultiva tlon 60 acres In grass I wilt produce tho best corn wheat und tobacco plenty lasting water well at door of dwell lag log dwullllK it rooms find side room good stable 3 tobacco barns a tenant houses jJcnty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear lrico iJOOO 4 cash FOR SALE Storu dwelling com corner First and High Streets 4ClovurportJelJth ut orexchanKoAvenuewellconutlning25OacrosandallI 151 rooms two cisterns a walled cellar wiu VQ barnsonouoacn mostallclouoobalancegroves of black locust sulllclont for posts tc EkrononorlongdrUItKtstandphystclan surroundedby Justthostep bustnessAnrotireisI partlc Cloyoreport It Pays to Advertise See us The thing to do is t- oAdvertise s rlprri 5 Tpr1 I rOne of Wisconsins Mothers in the t I am now able to do my hoUlftr l work again and havo a good appo ute I have used of and ono of Manaltn My husband and children arc alo In Rood health Wo always keep Pcruna in tho house I thank you a thousand tunes for YOU t q advl1olrs AlvIna 1014 Walnut St Milwaukee ifW WW nn ri1 1m ono really wanted to find out whether or not Peruna is good for theany I taby who would ho naturally ask Some ono who never used Pernna Some one who Is prejudiced against Peruna Some ono actuated by selfish motives who is opposing Peruna for tho salvo of the notoriety who really wanted to know about Pernna ask any Would any sane person of theo people Of course not Who would they ask They would ask mothers who havo raised babies and aped Poruna for their babies timoR without number They would ask tho parents about Peruna than all tho professional who love their families and know moro writers in tho world of the mothers who has used bovo wo give tho portrait and testimonial of ono Perunii and who has ruined healthy and happy babies Wo havo many moro such These mothers give their testimonials entirely ihera In every state in tho Unionnu unsolicited without pay or expectation of pay Their only dcsiro Is to point out to other mothers u useful and reliable family medicine Little Chats AbOUt Ed Alex ndar of Irvington are reaping judiciousThosetheir ads J W Teat of Hnrclinsburg who had o 0 0 a page ad in Uis News last week had a land office business as a result ofDr Wjbb one of the lending Presby printcrsiukteriI u ministers of Louisville has o 0 oignaurated time plan of advertising in Attention is called to the many new the newspapers for religious purposes advertisers in The News this week and finds it an excellent way to reach Among them J T MarjU of Oakwood the people Farm at llImoll th Ky Hose Seed Co Louisville Joe McGliee Brandenburg Itchltg bleeding protruding or blind dad Hudson fires Louisvillepiles yield to Doiins Ointment Chronic o 0 0 cases soon relieved finally cured More Hunt r of Glendeane and Druggist all Bell it ff IAfON fI Some Prices costIICWe are out at our stock Here are a IIfew ofjour Bargains I I Calico per I yard I I Ginghams lOc and 15c quality II I Canned 2 cans Goods I 11Victor Toy 2 Oats boxes I IIArm 3 Hammer boxes 5e8e 15c iSo loci Who Always Keeps Peruna House thirteen bottle Pcruna Plamann Wisconsin selling entire I All kinds soap 7 IbarsI Overalls per- garmentI Cotton Sox 3I pairs Underwear 50c garments Underwear 25c garments 25c I 40c I 15e I I39c19e I = = IcOvershoes Harness Hardware and all kinds Dry Goods Groceries and Notions at corresponding prices J JMoore Hunter Glendeane Kyf 1r BRIBERY CHARGE BEING PROBED Watkins Reputed Statement Disturbs Kentucky Senators A FULL INQUIRY TO BE MADE County Unit Extension Bill Still Bobbing Up In One Form or Another StateWide Prohibition Sought In a Measure Before the Legislature Evidence of Friction Between House and Senate BY J H STUART Frankfort Ky Special Tho county unit extension bill continues to bo the main issue before tho leg islature for If It does not como up In one form It bobs up In another The Anti Saloon league of the state held its meeting hero last week and It was expected that a large number of delegates would be in attendance and by their very presence havo con siderable Influence on tho legislators On the contrary however only a very few delegates or members came to the meeting and to all outward ap pearances they did not accomplish much except that Senator Watkins of Union made a speech to the league in which he was quoted as saying that ho had learned as well as anything could be learned without actually seeing and knowing It himself that four senators had sold out to vote against the county unit bill for the aggregate sum of 20000 Tho next day a resolution was adopted by tho senate providing for a full Investigation of the charge he made and a nonpartisan committee was appointed to swear witnesses and find out about tho truth of the sort ous accusation In tho speeches on the subject several senators said that If the charges could be substantiated the four unknown senators would be expelled but on time contrary If It were shown that Senator Watkins had made these charges without any warrant of fact then he ought to be expelled It will take tho committee a week or ten days probably to make the investigation Meantime the unit bill In the house is making some progress and will likely pass whenever It comes to a vote Whon it does pass it will be rant over to tho senate and tho up per body will be given another chance to vote upon tho measure Just what changos may take place In the sentiment of tho senators by that time IB not known but at present it seems unlikely that tho unit bill will over pass the senate at this session It was not expected that the ques Lion of Statewide prohibition would come before this legislature but Rep resentative Waggoner of Henry Intro duced a bill last week looking to that end Ills bill provides for the question of amending the constitution so that statewide prohibition may boII voted on shall be submitted to the people next year If tho amendment should carry In 1911 then the ques Lion of voting on statewide prohibi I Lion can be submitted to the people at tho election In 1912 If it should i I carry then tho manufacture sa1eII barter or giving away of intoxicants would be done away with entirely in j this state except there might be es tablished In each city or county scatI a state agency whore liquor for medial purposes could bo bought This bill may pass the house butI it will likely be killed In the Senate as it is stated that several senators who will vote for the county unit ex tension bill will not voto for the statewide amendment and all those opposed to the county unit will vote against the statewide proposition thus Insuring Its defeat So far the legislature has done nothing looking to the relief of the mpty state treasury that Is they have done nothing but Introduce two or three bills for that purpose but neither of these bills Is being pressed for passage It seems to be un derstood that the bill authorizing the Issual of 500000 In bonds to partly relievo the situation will pass tho senate when It comes to a vote butt Is almost as sure that tho house will kill the bill when It goes over there In fact It Is an open secret that a quiet poll of the houso has been taken and it was found that a largo majority of tho members do clared they would vote against the measure In fact It looks like the houso has It In for tho sonata and will pass no bill of any Importance that tho senate has already passed It will bo remembered that early In tho session some of the houso mem bers became so Incensed against the senate because a veto was not taken on the county unit bill that a peti Ion was circulated asking members to pledge themselves not to voto for any sonato bill till the senate voted on the county unit bill The promoters of this petition or pledge did not curry out their plan as at first intended but it seems they have quietly made up their minds to kill ivory senato bill they can Take for example tho bill providing that the elements of agriculture shall be taught In all tho common schools of the state This bill passed tho son ato unanimously yet when it went to the house it WAS defeated Usually 0 ii when a bill passes one body unani mously there are but few votes against It in the other body but not so this session Up to and Including last Saturday Fob 12 not a single bill had reached tho governor yet 35 days of the 60day session had claps ed This shows there Is amine buck ing in the traces somewhere mind tho peoplo will havo to place the blame where It belongs If they can find out who to blame Tho law creating the state racing commission was passed four years ago and the five commissioners who wore appointed then for a fouryear term will soon be out ofofllco or re appointed by Governor Willson When Governor Dcckham appointed them four years ago ho named four Demo crats and one Republican and the politicians here are already speculat Ing as to whether Governor vvillson will appoint any Democrats this year The governor Is on record as strong ly favoring blpartlsan boards for tho government of state Institutions but whether he will carry his bipartisan ideas in his racing commission ap polntmonts remains to be seen Those who claim to know him best say ho will put two Democrats on time com mission and three Republicans Senator Lewis Arnett of Covlngton thinks the bakeries of this state need regulating and ought to be conducted on a more sanitary plan so he has In troduced a bill to that effect It pro vides for a bakery Inspector whose duty it shall bo to examine all ba keries and see that they are operated according to strictly sanitary rules and if a baker tails to comply with tho regulations he will bo fined It is claimed that bread made In an un clean or unsanitary bakery contains many disease germs that are not eradicated by the mere baking of the bread and frequently cause whole families to become sick It is be lieved to be a move in the right three tion and If the bill Is properly guard ed ought to provo a blessing If it be comes a law The two penitentiaries one at Frankfort and one at Eddyville In tho western part Qf the state have over 2000 prisoners confined in them and both are so crowded that many of the convicts have to sleep two In a cell Something like 20 years ago tho Frankfort penitentiary became so crowded that the branch penitentiary at Eddyville had to bo built It has accommodations for about 700 prison ers while the Frankfort penitentiary can comfortably house but about 1300 The number in each is gradu ally increasing so that one of tho prisons will havo to be enlarged or else another penitentiary ought to be tilt A bill has been Introduced providing for the erection of another commodious cell house In the Frank fort institution and also to buy a farm for each prison upon which the best behaved convicts will be allow ed to work The amount asked for to make these improvements and build some other needed buildings in the two prisons foots up over 400 000 These buildings and Improvements are almost absolutely necessary and yet there Is no money in the treasury to pay the appropriation if it should bo made The loafllng women of tho state aro greatly Interested In the bill of Senator Thomas granting suffrage to women in school elections and are using every effort to have It passed at this session Tho senate committee on suffrage and elections held a special meeting on Feb 10 to hear arguments from the women and a large number of them were present from many parts of the state They I made a most favorable showing before tho committee and it Is believed tho bill will pass the senate whenever it comes to a vote The Federation of Womens Clubs are taking an active part in the effort to havo the bill passed and every senator and representative has received numerous letters from his constituents urging him to vote for the bill Tho work of Improving tho grounds around the new capltc building has been suspended because the ap propriation made for that purpose two years ago has been exhaused Governor Willson has urged tho leg slaturo to make nn appropriation sufficient to complete this work but so far nothing has been done to further the passage of a bill for the put lose The grading and terracing already done will be made practically worthless and the money spent will mvo been wasted If sufficient funds are not provided with which to com ileto It In fact the winter rains have already dono much damage to the unprotected terraces and tho hard spring rains will almost ruin them unless something is dono and then tho handsome now building will look like it Is out In a ploughed field for tho next two years S So far tho appropriation bills ask- Ing for money for tho normal schools tato university penitentiaries statehouse and other institutions are being introduced nearly every day Of course if no provision is made to meet these appropriations If tho bills pass there will be no use In passing them and the governor has already declared that he will veto them if no money is provided to meet them So far there havo been Introduced in tho senate 302 bills and in tho bouso 423 bills or a total of 725 bills Of course the largo majority of thorn will never bo heard of any more and it is calculated that probably 100 of thontotaJ number will roach tho gov prior for his approval or disapproval 1 STUPENDOUS BEYOND CONCEPTION I I 1 The opening of the great CLOSING OUT SALEI of J W Teaff Hardinsburg Ky was the wonder of this entire section of the state The large store was crowded to the doors all day with eager purchasers from all Over the entire surround ing country nothing like it has been seen before in Hardinsburg People came from miles 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