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THE3rt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY HARCH 2 1910 8 Pages NO 34 =Contents of The News This Week I t Irvington Paragraphs Harclinsburg Items Stophonsport News Webster Notes Death NoticesPhotographs EitoralsVeddjngsN Locals Society Write up Court News r McGavocks School District Items Report of Tax Commission Maroon Hens for University Railway Mail Pay 1 Railroad Men Want Peace Eating of Grain by Mankind Valuable Advertisements Announcement of New Story Alexanders White Flag Sale Short Articles all Over the Paper 1 ANNUAL BANQUET GRAND SUCCESS Hawesville Men of Letters Prom inent On ProgramSpeeches And Hospitality Make The Feast Merry LARGEST ATTENDANCE EVER t+ Only comes once a year does the ban quet of the Knights of Pythias lodge of this city and the one given in Oelzes hall last Tuesday evening was certainly a most enjoyable affair v Quite a number of visiting Knights and their young lady friends were meat the train by the reception committee Messrs Wave Roff Tony Nicholas Will Pate and James Bishop The speeches and short talks mad were brief spiced with fun and filled with good fellowship Marion Waath crholt was master of ceremonies and those who spoke were Prof Tanner and Rev Mr Dillon of this city At torney Vance Rev Mr Boyd and Prof Olson of Hawesville The banquet feast was made up of a soup and meat course follow d by ices oilThe attendance was very large s many women and children were present enjoying the hospitality of their hus I bands and fathers Mr Chas May and family were not present on account i illness He is one of the oldest an hardest wqrkers of the lodge and his absence was greatly felt by many present Youngest Newspaper Girl Short Stories About Kentucky women In Newspaper Work is the title of an unusually interesting article printed in the Louisville Times of Saturday ea evening February 10 The articl- w is illustrated with eight dellghtfull- protty pictureswomen journalists of reIentucky The likeness of Miss Betty r i L Hubbard of The Herald appears in r the group It is ouly necessary to say u that the loveliness of the front pag- hi t of this particular issue of The Times was made lovelier by the reproduction off Miss Hubbards photograph We ould say more but the picture itself iis toentirely too much food for vanity 11of 4htherefore we shall attach what Miss Louise Babbage the writer of th j article suys about Miss Hubbard and C let it go at thatoLn Rue Count m Herald 1is On The Pension List i a Sam Conrad came in the News office and renewed his subscription last a Wednesday for twentyninth year Mr i Conrad has been paying in advance foe the News every year since 1881 To IT say that The Breckeuridge News appreciates snch support is putting Le gratitude in a mild way Mr Conrad- to i promptness for payingbtUs In aU proba 1 bility due to his success in his poultry business which he engaged in just for anpasttime from his store Tuesday ofr tu lest week Mr Conrad found twelvelittl ne chickens under a fine Rhode Island hen which he bad set on thirteen eggs just imthree weeks ago from that date ItDinner Party I Mr and Mrs W N McGlothlan were host and hostess to a dinner Sun pde day given in honor of their sou Mr iry Clarence McGlothlan who will retur- tb pn to Los Angles Cal Among the Its itoftown guests present were Mr t V Zrohn Waller of Hopkiusville and Jas IPark KuoxvlllerTemr r 9 EMMETT CHAPIN r KILLED IN WRECK Remains Brought To His OldI Home Near Cloverport For IntermentWas A Suc cessful Young Man FAMILY SHOCKED AT DEATH The body of Emmett Chapin who died of injuries received in a wreck iin the Big Four yards in Louisville has week was brought here Thursday evening for burial The funeral was held by Rev JFWinchell Friday after- t noon and the interment took place in the Hawkins cemetery The sent by friends and relatives from Louisville were many and beautiful- e Mr Chapin was the son of the late Mrs Charles Jennings and was thirty years of age He was an excellent young man and was making money and just getting ready to live happily His relatives here are sorely grievedI over his death and The News extend much sympathy to them VENERABLE MOTHER Of Robert W Brown Is Summon thedOld Lewis Family of Breckenridge Mrs Mary E A Brown the moths- of R W Brown managing editor of The Louisville Times and of Joseph A Brown of Nashville Tenn died at the home of the latter Thursday evening- e February the twentyfourth Her final heythumb with a needle last Friday Erysipelas developed and caused fin death Mrs Brown was nearly eighty three years of age and her life wa earlewoman hood days she lived in Breckeu ridge county with Dr Thomas J Lewis 3the father of the Rev James T Lewis of Fordsville and Mrs Edgar Bennett Basin Springs In 1804 she married Robert R Brown of Hardiu county- e Mrs Brown was a woman remarkable In many ways and was greatly talentedi- n in music and literature She was a member of the Broadway Methoilist Temple Church of Louisville It is said during the last twentyfive years her older son Robert never failed to spend Christmas with her Mock Mince Pier 2 cups of chopped apples box of raisins teaspoonful of ground cinamon Jf teaspoonful of salt tablespoonful of Heatsraisins with a little hot water and stir all the materials together Bake be tween two crusts Mrs H V Duncan Chicken Sandwich Up Chicken sandwich sells at 20 cents per now at the famous restuarant of Jonas Lyons at Irvington but hard boiled eggs always stay the same oldII price Doesnt matter how scarce eggs are and how high they are always 5 cents per herei said Robert Lyons n younger member of the firm last SunII fineenergeticn I Ifeltow and knows how to please the hungry tourists at Irvington Junction If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour r i EMINENT LAWYER I II GOES TO FINAL COURT Morris Eskridge Dies at His Nome In HardmsburgProminent and Respected Member of The Breckenridge Bar FUNER4L HELD SATURDAY Hardinsburg Fob 28 Speclal Morris Eskridge one of the oldest members of the Breckesrldge bar and for many years one of its leading mem bers died suddenly at his home on Thursday night at 1015 oclock For two years he had been in failing health but no unusual indications foretold his j early death On Thursday he had been in attendance at court and at night contemplated going to prayer meeting as was his custom Feeling somewhat fatigued he decided not to go and slept while the family attended Soon after their return a pain in his chest was of unusual severity Its second attack caused him to let the physician be I called In a few minutes life was gone the passing being so quiet that death had taken him before his nearest il neighbors knew of his illness He was the son of Judge Elijah Eskridge and was born in Hardinsburg Sept 1st 1848 and spent his entire lifer here At the age of fourteen he was j converted and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church remaining a faithful member of the same to the day of his death more than half a century j happilytmarried to Miss Adeline Kincheloe of his native town To their union were born Jesse Erkridge County Attorney of Breckenridge county Graham Departmentsof the government with headquarters at St Paul and the daughters Katie Lizzie Clara and Addle K The father is the first to die of the i family a family where kindly thought and affectionate regard marked the daily life of each member Besides his family four brothers Roscoe of Hardins Jdlnessand Henry of Louisville and two sisters Mrs John Haswell of Hardins burg and Mrs Allie Weatherford of Sunnydale survie his death The deceased was an honored citizen of the county a high type of Christian J gentleman a lawyer of ability a faithful I supporter of the church for years the teacher of the Bible class in his Sunday School honest in his dealings with all men and a devoted husband and father His days work always ended in brightness for it meant his return to his home where communi andrconversation with his family gave him rest and perfect content In politics he was a Republican always laboring for the success of his party because he believed it was right He eschewed andrpreferred defeat to success if success Hera bountiful provider for his family and ofsinybusiness affairs made him one of the valued directors of the Bank of Hardins burg and Trust Qompany The funeral services were held in the Methodist Episcopal Church at two oclock Saturday afternoon by Rev Isalsh Cline A tribute was paid to his memory by Judge Weed S Chelf who spoke in beautiful terms of the quiet unassum ing life just passed away After which his body was laid to rest in the Ivy Hill1 cemetery The honorary pall bearers were the members of the Breckenridge Bar Judge N M Mercer Gen David R Murray John j P Haswell Jr Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman Claude Mercer and G D Shellman The active pallbearers were Allen R Kincheloe Morris Buckner Kincheloe Morris H Beard Homer Eskridge John Kincheloe and 6 Coleman Haswell Mrs Askins Dead Mrs Joe Askins died at her home near Stephensport last Wednesday mid j was buried in the family grave yard Friday Besides her husband she is survived by two sons Jess and Silas Askins and two daughters Mrs John Basham and Mrs Will Basham She was a kind patient wife and mother and lived her whole life for husband and children and never spoke an unkind word to her friends It you want the best flout buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour I PARAGRAPHS FROM IRVINGTON JUNCTION The Railroad Center of Brecken ridge Live and Busy With Energetic CitizensMuch Going On SOCIETY AND PERSONAL NOTES Mrs Forest Van Meter of Louisville was the guest of friends in town Mon day Mrs Van Meter will leave in a few days for New York on a pleasure trip Miss Nannie Cliilds whose Some is near Guston left last week for Louisville for a two weeks sojourn before leaving for Cornith Miss where she has accepted a position as head trimmer for a Mrs Alice Fayet Miss Alberta Drury of Bewleyvillo went to Brandenburg Saturday to see her grandmother Mrs Alonzo Moor man Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides woolII and cotton Irvingtoh Produce Co Mr and Mrs Kemper gave a charming dinner Thursday evening at their attractive bungalow One of the most accomodating young men in the banking business of Ikecken idge couiWy is Everett Ashcraft who is assistant cashier of The First Stata Bunk of Irvington Mr Ashcraft ha been with the bank two years and he Iis steadily going to the front in the strides of the firm Mrs Henry Cowley has returned from West Point where she was the guest ol relatives Mr and Mrs Edd McAfee returned Sunday front a short visit to Owensboro std Cloverport Mrs H H Kemper will be the hostess of the Girls Club on Thursday afternoon of this week at her house on Church Ave Mrs Bertie Board of Henderson after being the guest of her sister Mr H B Head for two weeks left Satur tiny for todlburg If you want the best flour buy the Iewisport BUST patent flour The following invitation his been received here Mr and Mrs W J Druien request the honor of your presence tit the celebration of their Twentieth Wedding Anniversary Saturday February the twentysixth frdiii three to five 101West Chestnut Street Louisville Ky Mr and Mrs Druien are personal friends of Mr and Mm T N McGlothlan and have visits d themGo to McGlothlan and Piggott for your grass seeds Mrs Earnest Galloway is very Illaher home on Maple Ave Mr and Mrs E C Matthews and1 children of Hodgensville have arrivedI here to make their home and are occupying the first floor of the residence of Mrs Lydia A Jolly Mr Matthews has charge of the livery stable and iis making creditable improvements Jno Waller of Hopkiusville was a visitor of friends in the city Sunday Mrs Frank Waggoner and children I left Sunday for Lewisport to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Walker Brown and Mr and Mrs Scott Brown for n weckcMiss A Louise Babbage and sister Miss Mildred Babbage of Cloverport were the charming guests of the Misses McGlotblans for a week ends visit Mr and Mrs G T Marshall spent Saturday In Louisville on a shopping tourMcGlothlan and Plcrgott handle all kinds of farming impliments H H Morton and G N Lyddan left Saturday for St Louis with twoI loads of the finest and prettiest cattle ever taken out of the fields of Brecken ridge The weight was 1332 pounds cents This was a great source of pride to G N and Tom Lyddan nnc Mr Morton was also greatly pleased over the load of the same breeds that he sent to Louisville the same day Go to McGlothlan Piggott for lime salt and cement Mrs Nora Board anti children Jack and Helen and Mrs Grace Conover went to Basin Springs Saturday Mrs Nannie Wathen returned front the West Saturday Victor Pile was here from Pheonix Ark visiting Mrs Roberts He will probably be home n month at Mook Mrs Charlie Hawes returned Sunday night from Owensboro where sheI visited her mother and father Mr and Sam Hawes Adds Heathfnl Qualities Butter o AtAKfNbPOWDEit The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of c Ho AlumNo Limo Phosphates t MRS SHELMAN Dies at Ripe Old AgeParalysis Cause Death Buried at Lodiburg lastaShelniau at Holt The funeral and interment took place at Lodibutg- Mm Shellman was eightyfive yearsI of age Her death was the result ofa stroke of paralysis She was born in Meade county and married Alexander Shelman and they always lived near Union Star They built the first lyric house in Breckeuridge county anti theIr home was known wide cast for its hospitality One time Mrs killed a wild turkey and hadu greati feast for her family She was a mem her of the Catholic Church Th deceased is survved by the tollowiu Suetsni nil Win Shelman Mrs Alice Alga bright of Guston and Mrs Mary C Graves of Rising Sta Texas HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Cloverport Citizens Can Tell You All About It Home endorsement the public ex pression Cloverport people should be evident beyond dispute for every Cloverport reader Surely the experi once of friends and neighbors cheer fully given by them will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers s residing in faraway places Read the followingPrice Railroad St Clover port Ky says I can recomnimd Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that will live up to representations For four years I suffered from disordered kidneys und the secretions were much too frequent in passage forcing me to rise several times during the night Whenever I caught cold it was sure to settle in my kidneys and greatly nggravate my trouble My hack ached severely and when I stooped I was seized by sharp twinges through my lotus rho ache in my back at night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I rose feeling lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest workI tired me and I often telt dull and languid Bonns Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store relived me iin a short time and it required but the con tents of four boxes to effect a complete cure I can state that this cure has proven to be a permanent one and it gives me pleasure to recommend Doans Kidney Pills to others afflicted in a I similar manner For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole for the United States 1Remember the name Doans and take no other Thanks From LouIseI The very attractive illustrative article in last Saturdays Louisville Times of prominent and gifted women engaged in journalism was from the pen of MissI Louise Babbage of the Breckenridgo I News Miss Babbago has been called The Sweetheart of the Kentucky Press Elizabethtown News Colonial Tea Mrs L T Reid gave a colonial tea at her home last Tuesday afternoon u e- Ni RWt1 to Ute Food Economizes flour and Eggs Tartar ONE BROTHER CLEARED OTHER CONVICTED William McCracken Goes to Peni tentiary Four Years Charg ed With the Murder of Jesse Keys SHELBY McCR ACKEN ACQUITTED The case of greatest Interest in the present term of Circuit Court was the trial of Shelby and William McCracken of Cloverport charged with the killing of JJesse Keys in a gasoline boat while Riveripart of the period being spent in acquittede agsentence of four years in the peniten nary The family of Mr William McCracken are sorely grief stricken over the sentence of their father to the pen and it is SAid one of the children is almost prostrated with grief Some of the school pupils have been very un kind to the McCrncken children during their trouble by throwing sneers and making unkind remarks to them errand Mrs Wm McCracken have a family of four children The family of Selby McCracken was indeed made happy last Tuesday when the word came that their father had been cleared Attend Funeral Mrs Ed McAfee of Irvington and Mrs Henry Yeager of this place at tended the funeral ol Mrs Elizabeth F Mullen at Owensboro Saturday Mrs Mullen died February 9 in San Angelo Texas She was seventy three years of age and the widow ot G W Mullen Former Cloverport People Popular In Church Work The News is in receipt of a church paper The Messenger from Louisville in which we notice the prominence and good work of two of our former Clover port people Mr and Mrs J B Ran dallThe Temple Methodist church has one of the largest congregations in that city and we see by the paper that Mr Randall is one of the Board of Stew ards The church is ojt present under going extensive repairs A new pipe organ and chimes will be installed which when complete will be the finest organ south of the Ohio river The steam heat and electric appliances will be of the most modern style and Mr Randall is one of the committee for the purchase and installation of these modern devices Mru Randall is president of the entertainment committee tend under her skillful instructions they have given two splendid entertainments this winter One was u literary nature the other was a Colonial affair given on Wash ingtons birthday Lander Memorial church and Crescent Hilt church united with the Temple and the affair was one of the pleasing events in the church society of Louisville Dinner For Mrs Sterrett Mr and Mrs Abe Skillman gave a dinner party for Mrs Sterrett last Tuesday Mrs Sterrotts visit to Mrs Bowmer has been greatly enjoyed by her many friends in Cloverport t s- r aft r iii r ITIit l i Electric BittersSucceed wizen everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are 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 BOONE Permanent Dentist- Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky q lpsyitil Nehssi r1 of 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 erpte prices J2xpeft tailors employed I J H HUNSCHE GasperMay CoCanneltonInd nFORi I Ix k JIIerent Sizes and Prices II x The Bank of Hardinsburg ii- iI Trust Co SS- I II 0 ctaK Sr t+ tr Ktetrkrrrr rr KK H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- t1ARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of llrockonrluge and adjoining coun tier Special attention given to collection road eases and criminal practice License to practice In United Stiles Dlstilst tenets Ofllce aver hank of llarillnabure THE LOUISVILLETIMES TIMESFOR BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regularprice oOHE LOUISVILLE TIMES iis 500 a year If you willIsend your order to us you can get Th3 reckenridge flews AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville TImcs Is j The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere j Has the best corps of correspondents j Covers the Kentucky fieldII perfectlyCovers J the general news fieldcompletely Has thel best and ullestI markets reports Democratic in politics butIfair to everybody Send Your SubscripI tion Right Awayt- o thisllpapnr not to Tho Louisville li- mesSubscribei s 1vs vei r Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspectt it now To Find Out Fill a bottle orcommon glass withyour water and let it stand twentyfour hours a biickdustsCdi1mentorsctLling or milky- appearnnceolten indicates an of the neys too to pass it or pain in the back are also symptoms that tell you the and bladder arc out of order and need attentionWhat To Do is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often manytimeseffect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the be cause of its remarkable health restoring prop erties If you need medicine you should bydruggists stringy un healthy comB tion kid frequent desire kidneys There Kilmers inability effects immediate highest iapltoocIJiamton N Y Mention this paper and SwampRootN Y on every bott- leMAROON HENS FOR UNIVERSITY Chicago Professor Vies With Cornell In Tests Wiih Dyes EGGS OF SAME fCUE TOO Students at Chicago University Elated at Prospect of New Mascot For the Football FieldOther Advantages That They See In the Egg Coloring ExperimentsUniversity of Chicago students fig ured out the other dny some of the uses for colored to order hens nnd eggs nnd hailed with joy the announce ment of Dr Oscar Itiddlc of the zo ology department that by feeding liens dyes mixed In their corn he can change the color of the hens themselves and of the eggs they produce Still greater exultation prevailed when It was learned that maroon as a color miry be made a success along the lines imapped out In the recent dis patch from Cornell university Professors from Charles 0 Whitman head of the zoology department down called the results of Dr Riddles ex periments a great contribution to sci elide Maroon Ideas of Students The students consider the color dis covert an even greater contribution to college spirit and hope tint Professor Itiddlc will lie untie head of a specially created egg coloring department with a liberal endowment Here arc some of the advantages which tho students see are certain to result Maroon eggs and those of the color of visiting college opponents would ho j just the thing at purity banquets be fore big football games On the gridiron a maroon hep cer tainly would prove an excellent mas dot and drive the moleskin heroes to tents of daring A maroon egg with every reglstra tion will Increase the student enroll meat at the university k Maroon eggs nut so fresh would come In handy It Is thought on the base ball Held and on Mtuulol hall stage to be used at every bad play Riddle Tells of His Hopes Yes It Is possible to change the color of a hens feathers and the color of the egg It lays by means of dyes In food said Professor Riddle when told of the Cornell experiments I have been working along these lines and have had considerable success We have made these experiments for the last three years and we find that eggs may bo colored any tint we desire simply by placing dye In the food which we give the hen For instance If we want a purple egg wo give the hen some purple dye In the cornmeal The hen eats this and a day or two later when she lays an egg we find a purple ring around the outer edge of the yolk If we keep feeding her purple dye In the course of n week the yolk becomes a deep purple So far my experiments have not re sulted in producing n maroon colored shell but w shall como to that before long I hope Dr Riddle asserts that ho is the first to conduct these experiments which re sulted In the colored egg discovery though the same ones have since been conducted in other university inborn tories Stubborn As Mules are liver and bowels cometltnes seem to balk without cause Than theres AppetiteIndfgestionaNervousness KingsNewach and Liver remedy So easy 25c at Severs Drug Store RAILWAY MAIL PAY What is the measure of lIet + vire rendered lhy the rallrmidb in handling U JS Mull 4906 059 tOil tidies new bnslp old basis fi32001 UOlon miles yar endiu June SOiftO- 9The mnil alone Yes The mall nml bugs How much did U S pay the railroads 49737 51000 out of which they have t meet many expenses imposed on theta by regulation tied law Does U a furnish any facilities Only the clerks on the cars What do they clb s Post Office work Whats that Same as in Post Offices Postal cnrs are Post Offices on wheels Does U S pjy clerka1 fares No How much does their travel foot up 111 J1908 the equal of out Ulan riding 029773H3 miles At He per mile that would be how much 1259S50860 These men must welch something- At 100 pounds average their haul would lie equal to 50382275 tons one mileDoes U S require the railroads to furnish anything else free of charge Yes Office facilities at railron junction and termijals delivery of mall to post offices which are within a quarter of a mile of station and fret annual passes for about 600 postal officials on all railways carrying mall What revenue does the U S reccivi per pound for mail An average of about 1288 cents per pound tendered by the public What does U S pay the railways About 3 cents per pound for ever pound of matter tendered the railroad That is out of every dollar receivei the Government pays the railroads 20 cents Yes Does the Rural Free Delivery coal much as yet U S spent 72 cents for R F D in the limited territory thus served for very 100 paid the railroads for their entire hauling in the year IgOU How is the service rendered by tin railroad ascertained By actually weighing the mail matter parried Weighing every parcel carried for a rear Oh not Weighing for lOG consecutive days only once every four years and Gilding the average for one day over the whole length of route Is this the weight U S pays for luring the entire four years following a weighingYes YesWhy only every four years A law requires weighing not less often than once iin four years Then weighing oftener is nit pro hibited NoWould the railways prefer weighing f1I y once a yeas Yes Why Mail increases regularly with growth of country Each four years rntans a arge increase in weight and as the pays bused on the smallest weight carried at the beginning of the period the increases each year are carried with no pay whatever Why are yearly weighings not made The P O officials interpret the law to mean they dont have to and they lont do it as it is not to their interest Is that fair to the railways It is not as theyare deprived of inionnts to about 10 per cent of the otnl revenue received for snail trans portion During last ten years the weight increased 80 per cent Aii average ol 32 per cent each four years Has the pay increased 80 per cent No Only about 40 per cent Wh Because of Acts of Congress and- orders of Post Master General arbitarily tilting rates of pay automatic re luctions of rates prescribed by law with increased tonnage Can you name some Yes March 207 U S reduced the lound rate 3 per cent and the rental ates of post cars 10 per cent Total 207640800 per year Was this because it cost the railways less to do the work No It cost the railways more What other acts June 2617 it decreed empty mail bags hall be returned and certain supplies orwarded by freight or express Formerly they were handled with and as part of the moil The estimated loss to the allroads by this change is 100000000 a year Does this withdrawal return space in calS of value to the railroads that they cnn sell to other patrons NoWhat orders can you name June 707 changing methods of computing weights What does this mean in money About 150000000 per year loss to tbo railways Any other recent one Yes Requires railways to furnish andIthough the cars are of no use whatever to the railways being fitted up as Post Offices and u fit for baggage or express Where is such a service in tflect- Onahfttci Ouden line requires six post 1 cars to do the business Each car weghs over 100000 pounds and costs a + out 0000 The railway buy the earsr supplies light heat mid main tenuucc Continued next week Saved a Soldiers Life Ficmg death from shot nu I shell In the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing iIt from what doctors said was consumption I contracted stubborn cold he writes that developed cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which coui pletely cured me I now weigh 11 pounds 1or Coughs Colds LaGrlppe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough nnd lung troulle its supreme 50J 100 Tria bottle free Guiranteed by Severs Drug Co- HERBERT GLADSTONE A pEER Career of Great Commoners Son Who Accepts What His Father Declined flight lIon Herbert John Gladstone former British secretary or state for homo affairs recently appointed governor general of United South Africa who has been elevated to the peerage lids accepted what his father the great commoner Willlum Ewart Glad stone twice refused a neat In till house of lords Queen Victoria win had little love for some of her minis ters policies tried hued to unkv an earl out of him but he steadfastly refused telling her that ho considered It a duty as well as a privilege to re main without a title Herbert John Gladstone his third son was born In 1831 at 12 Downing street London the official home Of the prim minister Educated at Eton young Gladstone curried oft both there and in Oxford university many hon ors us a student of classics and his tory lie became his fathers private secretary In 1881 and thereafter hole1 successively the positions of lord of the treasury financial secretary of the war office undersecretary of the home office and first commissioner of works In 1890 he became chief whip of the Liberal party In 1005 ho was made secretary of state for home affairs Mr Gladstone married In 1001 Miss Dorothy Paget a daughter of the Right lion Sir Richard Paget a young woman whose social talents Jiave done much for her husband Golf cycling shooting fishing yachting and occasionally cricket and football are the recreations of the new peer He way elected president of the National Physical Recreation so ciety some years ago and has remain ed Its president ever since His London residence is 0 Buckingham Gate and he has a beautiful country place at Sandycroft LlttletonbytheSea Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA BALLOON VIEW OF COMET C J Glidden Plans Ascension to Photograph Halleys Discovery Charles 1 Glidden who has enclr clcd the world In his automobile and has made long distance balloon trips is confident that Ilalleys comet can be photographed next May from a balloon Ascensions cure planned In the balloons Massachusetts and Spring field nnd Mr Glidden will have ns companions in his car Professor E C Pickering of Harvard and other astro nomical authorities no believes that some interesting and profitable observations can be made of the comet about May 1 at an elevation of three miles and that excellent photographs If atmospher teal conditions are favorable can bo obtainedEverybodys friend Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain Tho Moisture Docs your wife cry when she gets angry 1 Yes answered Mr Meekton It Isnt the heat of her temper that dJs tresses me so much as the humidity Washington Star CANNONS NEW TITLE Its Godfather of the Waters and a Congressman Bestowed U The godfather of the waters was a new title bestowed upon Speaker I Joseph 0 Caution by representative J Hampton Moore of Pennsylvania in the house the other tiny Representative vMacon of Arkansas Democratic objector of the house had taken occasion to approve the ap propriations for the Mississippi river contained In the pending bill The Mississippi river wits not only the Father of Waters but the mother also he declared and for that reason he thought no objection should be made against its improvement If the Mississippi Is the mother and father of the waters where dOM the speaker come h17 Inquired MrI Moore who answering his own ques thou suggested that Speaker Cannon should be known as the godfather of the waters No Motorcar Ride No Vote The recent elections In Great Britain furnished amusing incidents and ire land had Its shore Dennis OSbaugh ncssy of County Tlpperary was tho hero of one affair Dennis never had experienced the sensation of riding in u motorcar and the competition for votes gave him his opportunity He announced that he would not vote un less he wus taken to the polls In a motor Ills bluff went as the work bf a photographer showed OShaugh ness seated lu n motorcar on his way to the polls After n heavy meal take a couple of Donus Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bowels 12 F THE Fifth Avenue m mHOTELr Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr jft 7iTJT 7 Y1 T WLDOUGUS 33mg s4SHOE BOYS IIoES THE 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 atII other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability w a JONES 110 Howard Ave Vtlca N Y If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold aniareI iIIJIf your denier eanmt tit you with WUDonplasuhoes write for Mull Omrr Camion WLDougiaenroclaon MM FOR SALE fly J CNolteBro FARMERS ATTENTIONI- nvest your money in Ross Export Field Seeds They bring results for every cent Invested It no dealer In your locality write to ROSS SEED CO t LOUISVILLE KY who will put you In touch with your dealer 4Ee The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a800 rate Only one block romthe princi pal shopping district two blocks from thu principal theatresII Streetcars pass the door to all 1 parts of the city- Everything neat and clean r tt WEEKLY Courier= JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can pot the WEKKLYCOURIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge News Both One Year for 1501 you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to tho Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal Year wi 600 Sunday CourierJournal Year 200 I Wo can give you a combination cut ratoon Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper t tWitN NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE J But They DO Much They help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms securo positions find good help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Try a Breckenridgo News Want Ad The fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Write Call or Telephone If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 Wo will tell you the cost and you can mail Stamps or call when convenient AtftAWt JVtA Y l lP r r 1 iATING OF GRAIN BY MANKIND High Priced Food Remedy Urged by a Scientist DIFFERENT RATION FOR CATTLE Dr H P Armsby Believes In Cuttin Animals Down to a Coarse Fodder That Human Beings Cannot Assimi late Declare WVe Would Save on Big Percentage of Food Dr Henry Prentlco Armsby of Stat College Pa who Is a great cxpert In animal nutrition says we waste too much good food on our animals and that we should use grain ourselves and grow coarse fodder for our ani l savelK d and that ought to have a lot ot effect on high prjccs The Armsby program Is simple enough It amounts to little more than this Tint the time hns come for the American people to begin eating the food that they have been throwing to the steers and the hogs and worl out a new ration for the animals And yet that Idea when worked out means that millions of bushels of grain that now go Into the nations animal food and dairy products will be directly available for human consumption and that wo will have the beef find the butter and the cheese as well As Dr Armsby casually tells it You see we are already confronted with a food problem and one of the potent factors toward its solution Is to ascertain a more economic ration for cattle We must learn how to ob tain animal food and dairy products by feeding cattle on a ration that con talus nothing that can be assimilated by human beings that Is we must utilize our grain crops for mans con sumption entirely and feed cattle on coarse fodders not palatable to human beings Animal food and dairy prod ucts make up 415 per cent of the food consumed by the people of the United States By using n cheaper ration for animals we will get that 45 per cent of our dally food cheaper and thereby relieve In a measure the ordinary wage earner of his fight to feed his family All very plausible all simple enough to hear It told but n program that has not been worked out In Its details a program that Dr Armsby has however advanced further than per ps any other scientist 7 Steer In a Calorimeter The experiment Is centered around n calorimeter and a steer The steer Is Just n steer The calorimeter suggests In appearance a huge refrigerator The box consists of an Inner chamber of sheet copper that can be tightly closed surrounded by two wooden walls leas- Ing a dead air space of about four inches between It Is In the closed In ner chamber lighted by plate glass windows and supplied by a constant current of pure air that the State Col lego steer which may become historic livesThe temperature of the chamber can be regulated to the hundredth part of a degree Every ph3slcal change withI in It can be weighed down to the hun dredth part of an ounce The amount of food energy given off In heat Is measured the amount of food energy used for mere physical upkeep Is meas ured and the rate of growth Is meas ured Time experiments shpw exactly what proportion of the food energy of each ration can be used by the animal to produce meat or milk or work and how much Is simply used up In Lent ing the surrounding atmosphere- A Saving of Millions of Dollars The practical man however is interested In results not mechanism What do all these experiments amount toV Where do they lead They lead to an era of cheaper production says Dr AfJUr sby They amount to this WhntID4 Armsby can do others can do after him and already the State College experiments have laid the basis for an economy in animal rations that If ap plied throughout the nation would mean a saving of millions As the density of population and the demand for brcadstuffs IncrenseI says Dr Armsby the stock feeder Is constrained to use the cheaper byproduct feeds In place of grain FromI the economic viewpoint then It IsIhighly important that that portion of our national wealth represented by these inedible products should be utllI bed to the best advantage yielding a moro llberaj supply of food to the con j um rIThus you understand the calori meter is showing us how to conserve our grain to feed the men women nnd children of the country by eliminating It entirely from the ration of cattle tad substituting In its stead present 4 fodder crops new fodder crops and niore grain byproducts Notice I t That resolutions of respect arc published at 5 cents per line Pleaso do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this Uid of matter 4i4 Subscribe Right Now I x e E e e rn For Sprains Sloans Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises andgcan be applied to the tendcrcst part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion and reduces the swelling Heres the Proof Mr L ROLAND Bishop of Scran ton Pa saysOn the 7thof this present month as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist 1 returned in the afternoon and at four oclock I could not hold a pencil in my hand I returned home later and purchased a bottle of Sloans Linimentand used it five or six times before I went to bed and the next day I myhandSloans Liniment is an excellentanti septic and germ killer heals cuts burns wounds and contusions and will poisonfrom sonous insects 26c60cand100I mid poultry sent- lreo Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA STEPHENSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The entertainment was quite a suc cess Saturday night and was well at tended Miss Maud Smith of Hardinsburg was the guest of her uncle R A Smith last week The Misses Black and Miss Hall of Addison attended the entertainment here Saturday night and were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Tinins Prof Driskel and little daughter of Hardinsburg attended the entertain ment Saturday They were guests of his brother George Dtlskel and family Mr Lee Walls and little daughter of Hardinsburg were guests of Mrs G W Payne Saturday- W J Schoop was in Cannelton one day last week Mrs Jake Hanks is improving after being critically ill Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius spent sev in I Contest Every pennys worth buy at our store entitles to ono vote on the Piano youngladyat our store Great interest is being taken in contest and tho contestants arc hard Contest Help little girl hot the beautiful It is to bo given away free and every pennys worth you buy to one contests close I March 1 I PROMINENT KENTUCKIAN DIES AT MORGANTOWN I H = I I n L D GeFFY- I Morgantown Ky Feb 27Judge H L D Guff one of the most promi nent figures In Southwestern Kentucky for half a century 1 passed away nt his home here this afternoon surrounded by his family Judge Gully was born in Logan county Ky in 18311 When twenty years of age he moved to Hartford he studied law In 18112 he was elected County Judge of Butler county as a UnionDemocrat anti in 1866 was reelected Judge as a Union man against the Democratic nominee In 1868 hewas an Elector on the Grant and Colfax ticket In 1876 Judge Guffy became a Green backer and ran for Congress on that ticket He was again elected County Judge of Butler for two terms on the eral days last week in the country visiting relatives Mrs Sallie Bennett spent Friday in Cloverport Hro J N Alsop of Owensboro was the guest of her mother Mrs John Adair Saturday and Sunday Miss Georgia Basham is the guest of Mrs Chns Tiniits Something For Headache Nothing else Rsile from money Is si universally sought for as a cure for headache Hetulache powders lire not safe nod they give only temporary relief in any event The chocolatecoated wild capsuleshaped pills called Sher tnnns Headache Remedy and sold by drugtiisls and dealers at lOc and 2fH are recommended the best headaene cure NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage next somo Hero a chance to get a good overcoat for a A coat that of service to you for 1200 coats reduced to reduced to 700 coats reduced to 500 500 reduced to 300 SHOES Our largo lino Mens Ladies and Childrens shoes aro being offered at this Re duced Prico Sale at 33J per cent off MENS SUITS Tho latest styles clothing are carried by us and is fine Equip yourself now with a suit suits reduced to 750 1000 suits reduced to GOO suits reduced to 450 Greenback ticket in 1878 and lK8i In 1801 he was the nominee for At torney General of Kentucky on the Pea pies Party ticket He returned again to the Republican party in 1813 and in 1894 he defeated Judge Reeves Demo crat to the Appellate bench Before his term had expired he was promoted to Chief Justice In 11051 he was elect ed to the Kentucky Legislature Guffy leaves one son and six daughters They are Leandcr Guffy postmaster at Hayti Mo Mrs S J Thompson of Henderson Mrs J B Render of Louisville Mrs Mabel Householder of Toledo 0 Mrs Lily Campbell Cairo Iliand Miss Corn GuftVi of Morgantown Judge Guffys funeral and interment will take place here tomorrow Itching torturing skin eruption dis figure annoy drive one wild Doaus Ointment brings quick and lasting cures Fifty rents at any drug store McGavocks School District Miss Sallie Knight was the guest of her sister Mrs Hugh Gist last week Robert Crenshaw and son Thomas went to Hardinsburg Monday The school htre is progressing nicely J M Beatty went to Harned this week on business Joe Simmons has resumed work at the shops at Cloverport after several weeks absence caused by an injured hand Messrs George Beatty Ben Brown and George Brown passed through hero i Tuesday going to Cloverport for stock stock times PRICES ARE ON many herQ 1200 Judge MENS Blue Flannel Shirts 100 values reduced to 80c shirts reduced to 40c 100 dress shirts reduced to 80c stock is largo find wo can surely please you on tho shirt MENS HATS Standard brands mens hats are included in this Reduced Price Sale 250 hats reduced to 175 200 hats reduced to 1 100 75 UNDERWEAR- Our rule is to never carry over our stock underwear we going to stick to prices will move them fleece lined underwear for and men SOc value cut to 35o CONVINCING PkoOF OF THE VIRTUE OF Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound What the use of procrastinating in the face of such evidence as the following letters represent If you are a sickwoman or know one who is what sensible reason have you for not giving Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound atrial i For 30 years we have been such letters as of them theyare genuine and honest too every one of them I Ihrs S J Barber says I think Lydia E Vegetable is tho bust medi cine in tho world for women and dutytoknow tho good it has done mat agoIwhich the said would have to be removed by an operation or I could not live more than n year or two at most I wrote Mrs Pink ham atLynn Mass for advice and took 14 bottles of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and to the tumor is gone and I am a mytestimonial ScottYMrs E Hayes says I was under the treatment for a fibroid tumor suffered with pain sore ness bloating and could not walk or stand on anylength wrote to Mrs Pinkham for ad vice followed her directions anti took Lydia E Pinkhams vegetableI Compound Today I am a well woman tho tumor was expelled and my whole system strengthened I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or female troubles to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs E P HAYES 1800 Washington St Boston Mass health Godsend Paterson Because continue For 30 years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound been standard remedy female woman justice herself who not try famous medicine Made exclusively from roots herbs thousands cures guided doctors invites women write thousands charge Addreys Mrs Lynn Mass farmers getting along slowly with their spring work Tate of Cloverport was in neighborhood last week on nessJoy Beatty to Cloverport Wed nesdayIf u want r buy pUent flou- rNotice That resolutions respect are published nt 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tine publication of kind ml1tt rI canvass lnd taken hosiery Every will these tions Womens and hosiery reduced Mens Pants carry lino fresh Flour sack Drscorgo tiny knows fered from male neuralgia pains backache doctor said ho could give mo anything to advice of friend began to Lydia E Pinkhams Vega am in perfectLydia E Pinkham Vegetable Com pound been mo as I believe should have been grave if it been advice Lydia l CompoundMrs N J Mrs K Iloush says sick does and credit Mrs free this full what have I have been completely severe fe byLydia hams Vegetable Compound to recom mend it to women Mrs K East view cinnati Ohio your is a doctors done no do to suffer with giving Lydia E Pinkhams Veg surelyhasasinflammation irreguf to will and of sick to advice She to health Pinkham are William flo Lewlsport Press Association Manager J W Ridge of Cincin office of Press made short to D Dalibnge Tuesday evening Kiige charge branch during services sou ice of perfect to newspaper publishers When sending to please make it as brief as possible so wecan all us locals items interest Editor WfWWWWKV 5 1 1iV yesd r o IfALL WINTER STOCK MUST GOI I IAGreat Opportunity to Winter Goods at Price I have bought an stock of Spring and Summer goods and must have room them and cannot afford to carry remaining winter stock next year For that reason we ofloring you some in winter goods Wo going to close everything tills line so as to IIWIREDUCED entirely a EVERYTHING largo and complete WINTER as wo STOCK have always done compelled unload at loss us which is utIliII Piano that you you this doll you where OVERCOATS is cheap prico will 750 1000 coats 000 coats of in always otter nice 800 relief SHIRTS 50 work Our of 85 hats of This if Heavy women is thesethousands for doctor day Fo the the mST of of year Childrens underwear reduced 2u per cent- IOhf000 2c 2itc Produce in exchange at highest market price HOSIERY The proposition iis a vital one mother bo iinterested in reduc liens Childrens all 25 per cent Boys and at half price GROCERIES lire a and plete of and fancy groceries Goods delivered anywhere in IrvingtonSnow 24 74c I says No one I suf fee troubles not euro it Through the a I use table compound and the pain soon disappeared 1 continued its use now has a to I in my had not for Mrs Pinkhams and E W cured want suffering Ilovsn case difficult one having you good not out larititJslICriodic has the for ills No has to its Pinkham all her for has of The this busi went best com lbs and My and of a and all W 7 Ave Cin such this American in Cloverport inani ger the nati The American Association a visit Mr and Mrs J lust Mr hiss had of the Cincinnati the last year and his splendid have been a plcusuto Mid satisfaction the nil over Kentucky NOTICE a news item this of fice have room for the news Telephone your and of uu u 10 b6 r MII Buy Half immense we our are exceptional values our mire out new Keeping we are at to a to MADE IN working Doll entitles voteBoth JUIGI bo winters a proposition reducedto arc publishing testimonial staple Everything ulccraUondls painsbackacheetc Jewelry I 1cd1 we tine going to give some spec ial bargains We carry chains fobs hat pins necklaces cuff buttons brooches bracelets rings etceS5HO articles red to 350 400 articles red to 210 300 articles red to 200 articles red to 2151 100 articles red to Every article is guartlntcedI Ifor 10 yeas Our new line of Spring and Summer Goods are being opened You will do well to look over our line before buying elsewhere I L A JOLLY Irvington Kentuckywwwrwimi1 r w A e r I 11 11 l T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday- S ihpoription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono la advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAR 2 1910 THIS VERY DAY When renewing your subscription today do not fail to send us- a piece of news Be sure to send in your renewal promptly Mr Fred Pierce of New Mexico sent a check the other day for payment of two years subscription in advance Dont miss a copy of the News for we make each issue as interesting as possible for you t Frequent reference has been made to the deplorable condition ofinj penitentiaries bothat Frankfort and Eddyvillo by the press of the State but the members of the Legislature have so far taken n J action to reform the system A recent report on these institutions says that there are more than 2000 inmates confined in the peniten tiaries at Frankfort and Eddyvillo Two out of every three can neith er readnor write Ninety per cent of them have no knowledge ofa trade The tuberculosis hospital and death room at the Frankfort peni Itentiar is situated directly over the prison dining room Through 1 y the cracks of the worn out floor the dust and dirt from this hospital J and dolith room sift down on the tables at which the inmates eat The Freport of the prison physician says that ono convict out of every thir f fteen has consumption Out of every six hundred released every year it is said seventyfive per cent of them follow crime as an oc cupation t These facts have been presented to the Legislature and it is be lieved that before tho present session closes a law may bo enacted to reform matters in these public institutions i I I I1larch is here again bringing back memories of the terrible con llagration that visited Cloverport about nine years ago We detest recalling hardships and misfortunes but we think it is quite well to I remember the lessons they teach and we beg to remind you of the ono we learned tho thirteenth day of the third month in lOOIBe careful with the gas Now is the first time tho town has been furnished with gas since the tire and it seems great to have it again but the danger that lies in I it causes no little anxiety The gas comes and goes just like it used to and there is yet no regulation on it So our homes and business 1 1 houses arc again liable to turn to ashes Wo have no lire protection and really the condition is a critical one Please be cautious each an allof you who use the convenient fuel so our property will not go i up again in flames Just last week the gas carne on heavily in a kitchen stove and almost set afire one of the prettiest homes in town 1 We cannot be too careful night and day with the treacherous gas At a meeting of the Board of trustees of tho University of Lou isville and eighteen members of the General Council last Thursday night pleas were made to tho Councilmen by President David W Fairleigh and Prof John Patterson for an appropriation of 25000 a year for the institution The citizens over the state arc watching anxiously to see if the General Council will act favorably upon the request of the University trustees and members of the faculty for the needed appropriation The maintuinco of this University in Louis yule means much to the ambitious students of Kentuckyc Got any hoirs1 This question was asked time and again last 1 week and no was the answer in every instance Ninotenths of the farmers of this county will say no to the hog proposition We me one man W It Moorman Jr who said Yes we have on our place sixteen sows Wo also have thirty head feeding for market This scarcity is tho secret of the high price of hogs There aro no hogs to sell and where the demand is greater than the supply as iin i anything else the price is always beyond our reach J JJ Tilford renewed his subscription to the News last week Twentyone years he has been a subscriber and is a reader who IlPI predates the News Tho same length of time he has been conductor on the Branch lie is popular with the patrons Nearly every man woman told child along tho road knows him and honors him for he isi courteous kind and attentive It is a pleasure to rido with him I J John Frank of McQuady is a happy man Ho paid oil tho las note duo on his farm last week Mr Frank is a hard worker and a good farmer raises good crops is economical and thriftyjust what it takes in any man to lift mortgages His recipio for happiness isi well worth trying If you want to get an insight as to tho pay of irailroads for carrying the mails rend tho article in another column of this paper Get out your marbles boys and have a good time The season is on for this great old sport Making Good E E Vick of Louisville the jolly butch on the passenger train of L H R St L R R possibly sells more good things to eat and read than any fellow who competes with him His sales run over ton dollars a lay very often and his success Is probably duo to his fine habits t and laughing disposition One never sees him out of humor and he is always working Mr Vlck was one time a Y M C A secretary and is never with out a job 1 1a c j Many requests from Catarrh sufferersI who use atomizers have caused us to put up Liquid Cream Balm a new andc convenient form of Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which can 1 always be depended on In power to J allay luflnnmtion to leans tho clogged airpassages to promote free natural breathing the two forms of Cream Balm arc alike Liquid Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Brosjj f6 Warron Street New York I Subscribe A w If MISS TRIPLETTE Wins In Popularity Contest At L A Jollys Store Liltle Miss Elizabeth Lockard Wins Doll Jellysystore at Irvington Miss Mary Green Triplette received the largest number of votes and was awarded the Instru mentMiss Elizabeth Lockard received more votes than any other little girl in the Doll contest and was awarded the prize Many ilia route from Impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion luzy1 liver und sluggish bowels Burdock mood itters streng thens etoiiiu lt bowels and liver and purifies the bloudI Beautiful Party Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan entertained at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlan Irvington Friday evening Misses Louise and Mildred Babbage were tablesoof the game fortytwo and colonial tallyI cards were given the playersIThe house was charmingly decorated n potted plants and pink and white carnations with ferns Delicious ices cakes and hot coffee with cheese and wafers were served The guests were Misses Evelyn Herndon Claudia and Margaret Bandy Nell Smith and Willa Drury Adams Cooper Everett AshI craft Clarence McGlothlan Ben S Clarkson Robert Lyons and James Younger Mrs Grace Conover Mr and Mrs L H Jolly Mr and Mrs H H Kemper Mr and Mrs F O BrightI Mr and Mrs E H Jolly and Mrs Newsom Gardner Gbllciron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Celebrate Two Honored Birthdays I ast Tuesday Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize were host and hostess to a Washington dinner last Tuesday at their home on the East Side The celebration was a surprise to Mr Fraize as it was secretly planned by Miss Jennie Warfield decd ial dishes were used Really the occasion was in honor of the seventyseventh anniversary of Mr Fraizes birthday Mr Fraize was beautifully remembered by his friends some of them being those he met in Florida last wint- erLouisville flark et Report Louisville March 11010Special WheatNo 2 Red and Longberry 8124t 125 CornNo2 white 18 OatsNo2nnxd 50 EggsMarketquite case count 22 23- cPoultryHens 11 and I5c per Ib roosters 7c young chickens 15 20c ducks 15c turkeys 20c DctHogsTops 975 pigs 8s5 0 roughs 9 Sheep and LambsBest lambs 59i 0c seconds 5 5c fat sheep SOtFor Miss Skillman Miss Elizabeth Hkilltnan who is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs C B Skillman gave a Theatorium party on Saturday night and incidentally the pictures at this time was unusually good the filUlIlI receiving many compliments and this little group of friends had a goodI overtMr Skillman took the young Misses to Buchanans where they enjoyed n fruit lunch The party was Mr Skillman Misses Elizabeth Skillmau Kathryn Waller Addie Foeman Young and Elizabeth Harris Miss Skillman re turns Tuesday to Cloverport for school Morganfield Sun Tile Circle For March Among the contents of the March number of The Circle magazine are the following contributions IThe Ship Valiant by Herman Scheffaur As the Physician Sees liThe House Divid ed by William Lee Howard M D What You Can Do For Your Town by J Horace McFarland Harmony Hall by Marion Hill Well Equipped Undertaker W J Schopp has bought a hearse for his undertaking business at Steph ensoort He carries a large stock of undertaking goods and is able to supply any kind of a casket at reasonable prices Y foU i w GUMPTION ON THE FARM Quarrels make enemies and leave the question still unsettled Talk things over with the hired man It will help both you and him Arrange so the chips do not fly allover the yard when chopping wood Many of the troubles that we see coming down the road toward our farm pass by without stopping When hoops come off barrels hoop them with wire Cheaper than buy ing new barrels anoj anybody can do It The man who puts a lot of elder In cellar to gdt hard is laying up for his boys something that can not be kept in barrels The windy days of spring are here rattle a log chain down the chimney and get the soot out before it burns out and mabe burns the house too Two good eyes to a hill of potatoes are aplenty We make a mistake many times In seeding to heavily Good stocky shoots are better than spindling ones Burn all the old brush heaps now and get rid of a thousand and one pests that have had their home there wait ing for warm weather to bring them into activity again Keep the boys from fooling with any of the farm animals Joking with calves or colts will surely bring jokes that make us laugh out of the other corner of our mouths Dont wait till the last minute to pol ish up that rusty old plow or get new bolts or to grind the mowing machine knives Preparatory licks in time blaze the way to final supcess Delay is a dragging anchor Dear brother when your wife asks you for a little spending money dont draw a wry face as though she had trod upon your corn Just shell out with a smile jememberlng all the time that half you have is hers by right- Most folks throw away their felt boots when holes come in the feet Just cut the feet off and draw the legs on above your shoes when you have ajcold job10 do Those boots have not outlived their usefulness when the feet give way Try it and see fjllow natural it is when one man makes a pretty good thing of anyone crop for everybody to rush in and try to do just as he has donel The best way though is to take it steady If you do venture into a strange crop do it conservatively The middle course is awlways best in all such things The farmer should hustle around in early spring order new tools and fix up old ones In many localities the blacksmith is oveyburdened in repair Ing farmIng tools just at the time when the tools are needed for spring work Not having implements ready for work at the first opportunity means a lossof several days in getting in a crop Let us be on hand with the season If we have been hibernating during the winter like the frog we had better wake up and stir around some now From March Farm Journal Additional Local River Is rising fast but no danger of a flood If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs P J Herman of Tell City are visiting her father Mr Jabe Haynes of Union Star If yon want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flourI Mrs Marguaret Oault of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs John RidgeWanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce Co A STRANGE PLANT The Drinking Orchid and Its Fruitless Search For Water Tho strangest orchids I ever saw said n naturalist live on tho edge of n lugoon on the Rio do In Plata live 1 say for surely no animal Is more alive than they ami among them I first realized the pathos of a plants Immobility the cruelty of Its roots that bind It forever to one spot These orchids hud each at the cen er or axis a long stem a half Inch wide und a quarter itch thick They grow ou dead limbs overhanging the lagoon and now mid then when in need of water they uncoiled their axial stems lowered them three or four feet to the stream and when enough water hull been drunk coiled the stems up again as a tape measure olls up on its spool CIA strange sight that still and trop ical afternoon a silent sun drenched lagoon a scarlet blaze of orchids and hero and there those slim supple tubes descending to drink satisfying them selves then coiling up again But what Impressed mo most was a mass of faded orchids that continually acid restlessly let down their tubes in vain for the stream had fallen and hence the tubes descended upon dry ground It was pitiful The orchids were dying but with what strength was left to them they lowered and draw up their tubes They felt feverishly and weakly for the water that wasnt there CIA sudslghta sight that brought home tho pathos of the Immobility of jlantsl Exchange i f y iTTT V COFFEE MENACES THIS BOYS BRAIN Indianapolis School Aulhoritias Take a Hand TO SAVE LAD FROM INSANITY While the Mother of the Boy Declared His Condition Was Simply the Out breaking of the Old Nick In Him the City School Doctors Knew Bet ter and Took Pitiable Coffee Drunk ard In Tow With the Result That He May Be Saved to a Useful Man hoodThe Boy Had Become a Veri table Slave to Coffee Habit Indianapolis Feb 26In ono of the public schools a nineyearold coffee drunkard has been discovered and the attaches of the city board of health and the state board have Joined id a systematic and scientific fight to redeem the victim with considerable success thus far according to Dr J N Hurty secretary of the state board who is giving the case close personal attention According to notes made on the case the boy was allowed by his mother to drink from eight to ten cups of strong clear coffee every day for months without her giving any thought to 111 effects it might have onc him When he entered school at the beginning of the present school year It was found ho was nervous and Irri table In the extreme that he was morose and because of the development of a tendency to fight with the smallest provocation ho was shunned by his playmates Finally a physician was called and found the boy on the verge of Insanity from sheer lack of nerve force An examination of his home conditions was made whon It was found that he was a confirmed coffee drunkard The mother to whom the physician appealed scoffed at the statement that coffee was the cause of her boys con dition and at first absolutely refused to take the advice of the physician In charge of the case and provide proper treatment for him You neednt tell me It Is the cot fee she said Its the old Nick In him Ive been drinking coffee for thirty years and It never hurt me However the wishes of the mother were disregarded and the public health authorities instituted a system of surveillance over the boy and grad ually cut down his allowance of coffee In a short time considerable Improvement was shown WILLSON UNDER FIRE Legislative Committee Accuses Govern nor of Violating Constitution Frankfort Ky Feb 25ln a sen sational report to the senate by an Investigating committee tie joint leg islative committee on military affairs accused Governor Wilson of violating the constitution and laws in sending militia to variouscounties without any request from the civil authorities The report criticized the adjutant generals office and called attention to the expenditure of 389198 on the state militia In less than two years most o which was spent during the socalled tobacco war and night rider trou bles BLOW TO POOL he Kentucky Court of Appeals Says Cre clllus Law Is Unconstitutional Frankfort Ky Feb 25Tho court Df appeals has royersed the Christian county circuit court in the case of the state agalnnt Thomas Hodges and the case was remanded to tho lower court to overrule the demurrer to an Indict ment charging tho offense of unlaw fully purchasing pooled tobacco brought under the Creclllus law The decision In effect is that pooled tobacco = cannot be sold and that the Cre cillus law is unconstitutional Auto Caught at Crossing Niagara Falls NY Feb 2GA- New York Central passenger train going sixty miles an hour over a grade crossing in Gratwlck killed Mrs Martha Flagler widow of the late General Benjamin Flaglor and so badly Injured Mrs Morris Cohn and Mrs of George F Nyo that they may bo maimed for life Tho accident was caused by the train hitting Mrs Flaglers automobile Two New Battleships j Washington Feb 25The naval appropriation bill In all probability will contain the following items for tho annual Increase of tho navy Two battleships of 28000 tons each to cost 11000000 each one repair vesseljkl two largo size naval colliers five sub marines and three destroyersal Hearing Nearing an Enda4New York Feb 2GThe defense Intl the governments suit to dissolve tho merger between the Union and Southern Pacific railroads has advanced its case oo rapidly at the hearings hero that it Is expected that the testimony will be all in by the last of tho coming weekThe dally consular and trade report whlchhns been issued by the government since the middle 70s has sue pended publication as a daily and will oreoftor be Issued as a weekly r 1sF 1 r 1Ji f i tvt1 f Mrs B C Evcrly PEEL wen never felt bettor III thanks for your attention and Pe rnnn III will bo glad to do all I can In the way of advancing the sale of your TaJ uablo medicinefoIII do think Pornna tho best medicine timesSinco I began taking Pornna we have never boon without itI- II really believe that everywoman in the world ought to havo Pornna on hand all the time for if she guts tired Poruna refreshes her if she gets nervous it soothes her if despondent it cheers and invigorate- sIt is a constant friend to tho nursing mother both for herself and for hbr hild and finally when old ago comes on no medicine on earth is of greater efficacy to tho woman Surely Peruna is tho woman- sirtoadMns E 0 EVBBLY 2103 Franklin St Philadelphia Pa Stronger Than for Years Mrs Caroline Snndhelmer Harks Louisiana writes- I am fooling quite well now I can work again and am stronger than I Lava been for years and I do believe that Peruna saved my llfo I will advise all I can to take your medicine Manalin an Ideal Laxative WEBSTER ITEMS Fox Hunting Being Thoroughly Enjoyed By All The Sports Fine Dogs In The Chase j thebestIf you want flour buy t Lewisport BEST patent flour Owen Parks was in Louisville Mon day with a car load of cattle Mrs Hall Drane who has been 11 for several days we are glad to say i betterHerbert Haddock and Glen Hendricl were in Irvington Friday Wanted your veal calves lambs fa pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvingnon Produce Co Frank Hendrick is visiting his aunt Mrs Jesse Bohler at Cloverport Bug is a bird dog three years old and is owned by Miss Mollie Adkisson He is a remarkable dog aside from his bird qualities He has caught and killed four full town gray foxes since November 1st He goes out alone I catches his game kills it and brings it home andplaces it on the door step then barks to lot his owner know that has been successful Scott Knott Chester Payne and Thos Mayes had the longest chase of the season last Wednesday afternoon and night Ten splendid dogs were inII the chase The hills and hollows echoed with the music for eleven long horfs Not a single dog quit and were well packed when the fox took to his den H C Stewart has erected andjgur riished a handsome office adjoininghU black smith shop and impliment storehouse Miss Molle Adkisson spent several days last week the guest of Mrs H C Haddock C ins Robertson will attend theHard insburg Normal this springoiV Hugh McGavock and wife and Misr Stella Wright spent Sunday the guests Misses Lee and Vera McGavock v A Correction t Week before last in a notice given the beautiful calanders received by the News staff the name was given wroajp t IiamblltoeBrownthis city by Conrad Slppel the shof man Attention of this mistake was called by Theo W Price w travels for this Company from Louis ville Mr Price has made many friend1 his customers hero and is A ftDi for the goods that keapti quality up r Notice t That resolutions of respect ate published at 5 cents per lineI Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting pay for tho publication of jj kind of matter a IJ f G nRemedy Reliable CATARRH II Elys Cream Balm IIt quickly absorbed Give Relief at Once It cleanses Bootlics protectsthe bran resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the IatorosI I Taste and Smell Full size CO eta at Druggists or by mail In liquid form 7C cents Ely Brothers CO Warron Street New York the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 2 1910 For Congress Wo ore authorized to annonnco Col Hen Johnson an a candidate for reelection to Con resrsubjecttotheaction of the Demo cratic Primary tobo hold March 12 1010 PERSONAL AND LOCALI j Prof McCoy went to Union Star FridayFrank Miller has gone to Illinois to stay a year Henry Davis Harned Is fixing to go to Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Jolly were in Stephens port last week Mrs Chas Berry Is visiting her parents at Stanley Miss Ruby Haynes Hook is recover ing from pneumonia Miss Irene Jarboe gave n five hundred f party Monday evening if you want the best flour buy the f Lewlsport BEST patent flour Fred Ferry paymaster of the Hender Ison Route was at home Sunday Henry Alexander is building a nice c new dwelling on his farm near Harned Harry Hills of Richmond was here hiscfamilyI Allen Pierce and Libon Smith were r in Irvington Sunday the guests ofI friends f III would ratherread the News than any paper in the whole CountryMrs Crace Conover Mrs Fred Ferry went to Hawesville Friday to spend the day with Mrs George BentleIMr and Mrs Jeff Miller expect to leave soon for Oklahoma to make tha place their home JMiss Virgie Daniels of Ovvensborc was the guest of her father Mr J T Daniels Tuesday H M Jolly of Wnitman called at the News Office Monday and renewed his subscription Mrs Fred Ferry will give a dinner today in honor of Miss Daisy Dean and Miss Reba Lewis Please be sure to attend Sunday School and the Church services nex SundayRev Dillon Miss Elizabeth Skillman has returned from Morganfield where she visited her mother and father a few days Mrs Thurman Hook and children have returned home after a visit to herI parents Mr and Mrs S R Berryii y Lifeinsurance Every kind of Life policy written by Capt J H Rowland Office next door to Mike Pophams Clarence Westerfield the drug manI was in the city Monday enroute toI Irvington to be the guest of friends Miss Lydia Lawsou who has been ailjhq delightful guest of Mr and Mrs John Lawson has returned to Louisville S1 Samuel Edward Conrad has been WLeery ill of pneumonia at the home of ijjvhis parents Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad ilrs J Byrne Severs gave aJ delight pful rook party at her home Saturday Iafter noon in honor of Miss Mary Barrett of Owensboro j EfVWalter Moorman of Glendeane was tbeguest of Miss Reba Lewis FridayII t Mr Moorman attended the farmers tinstitute at Lexington last week Mrs Emor Laslie has been visiting Mrs O Carman at Holt W M Carman purchased a large quantity ofI corn from Frank Guffy at a fancy price 4last week J IIJ SSMrs Bob Hendricks one of the oldest and most beloved women of Brecken ridge county is illat her home at Irvington She is nearly seventyfive years of age- Laborers Farmers Mechanics Merchants Professional and every man buy an accident and sick benefitt policy of Capt J H Rowlad Office next door to Mike Popham Prof Claude R Murray of Williamy son W Va spent Sunday with hi parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray He is attending the National Teathers meeting nt Indianapolis this week Mrs M J Gault of Louisville i visiting her niece Mrs John Ridge who has been seriously ill fey the past two weeks but is now convalescing at the home of Mrs Allen Kingsbu- ryHARDINSBURG The grand jury returned the following indictmentsW 5 times for violating local option law Susan Johnson times for unlawfully failing to make H report to County Clerk as to warehous- and liquors as requested by law and pay the tax thereon L D Addison seven times for faili g to report to County Clerk Wm Bearu 2 times forviolaUng local option law Dunk Powell resisting officers and rescuing a prisoner who was under arrest and aiding him to escape Muck Robertson and RichardI Clayter house breaking and stealing Albert Staples murderer Frank Lyons colored rape Bern Williams assault and battery Russel Keenan aud Jas Mason breach of peace Adam Express Co and etc unlawfully furnishing liquor to minor H O Mc Clatchey suffering gaming on premises under his control Alonzo Dowell murder Sanford Basham unlawfully in ftiddeu heat and passion striking mot wounding another witha deadly weapon Will Elder and others gain ing Mrs Lee Bishop and Miss Emma Ahl are iin Louisville for several days study ing the latest in millinery Mrs Gus Brown and little daughter Genevieve are in rankfrt for beveral days with her linslwnl nefore his re turn from the legislative session ExCounty Judge H DeH Moorman has moved his law office into the Masonic Temple Attorney D R Murray will shorts move to Indianapolis where he will1 enter into a law partnership with some well known Hoosier lawyers The firm Indianatcapital The firm of Murray Murray will be continued here with the junior member Mr H C Murray in charge of the office Mr Murray will be in attendance at our Circuit Court session Miss Maude Smith has been i Stephensport several days at the bed side of her uncle James Jarrett who iis quite ill Mrs M D Beard whose sudden Vines in Florida last week called her husband hastily to her side IB greatly improved Prof Martins lecture on The Phili pubs for the benefit of the Baptist Ladies Missionary Society will be given next Friday night at the Court House The Womans Home Missions Society of the M E Church South meat the home of Mrs Mather Thursday afternoon for thi ensuing year Mrs Arthur Mather President Mrs Jas Gardner First Vice President Mis Arthur Walker Second Vice President Mrs Blanche Reid Third Vice Presi dent Miss Nellie Hoolc Recording Secretary Mrs Jno Skillmsn Corres ponding Secretary Mrs Joel A Pile Press Agent Mrs George Evans Agent for Our Homes Misses Louise and Mollio Moorman of Glemleane were guests of Mrs D R Murray a few days last week This is examination week for the Public School pupils Those who mak unsatisfactory grades will he requestedi to do extra work after regular schoolI hours throughout the following month Heston Driskell has moved into the Clayton Beard property Mr Heard1I will shortly go to Missouri to make hisI homeMoorman Ditto has closed his schoolt at Sample and is at home again Circuit Court Clerk Lee Walls wasI unable to be out n part of last week on account of a cold Court adjourned Friday morning until1I Monday on account of the death ofr Continued on Page 8 FRIENDS KEEP UP THE FIGHT Notwithstanding the County Unity Idea Is in Gold Storage HAS NO CHAE THIS SESSION- s Governor Wilson Gives Solons Addl tlonal Advice About What the State Needs and What Ought to Be Done Court Ruling of Vast Importance to Tobacco GrowersMillions Spent Yearly For Education That Seem ingly Does Not Educate tBY J H STUART 3Frankfort Ky Special The county unit extension bill IB dead anyeone of the bills becoming a law at this session of the legislature but the friends of the measure keep on light ing Just the same The senate has Indefinitely postponed two county unit bills already but a third one was in traduced on Thursday and every tort will be made to get it to a 011 On tho same day an attempt was made to get a vote on the same kind of a bill in the house but it tolled because twothirds did not vote to take thebill up out of its regular or der There seems to be no earthly chance to get the measure through the house before some time next week at the earliest and by that time the rules of the senate places every thing under control of the rules com candbe called up for passage except by consent of that committee That com mittee is opposed to any county unit bill by an almost unanimous vote and will therefore always prevent it from coming up A number of serious charges have been made In connection with this bill or bills especially against several of the senators who have been voting against it Is is charged that pledges were signed to the effect that certain senators would support the meas ure wnenever It came up and they have not done so On the other hand ory1mono Instances at least the sold sell aors admit they signed the pledge but did so on the condition that the members of the AntiSaloon leagues in their districts would use their In fluence and vote for the election of the said senators Then it is further stated that after these pledges hag Ibeen signed the AntiSaloon league members in those districts voted and forked against the said senators and r1tor that reason they do not feel bound to keep a pledge or contract that was area broken by the other party to the contract How true this ii can not be ascertained but it shows there are two sides to tine matter Governor Willson has certainly givIngtthe legislature advice about what the 1state needs and what ought to be done He sent two messages of con siderable length to the solons earlier- t in the session and on Tnursday sent In a third of some 30 typewritten pages The following is a short syn opsis of Ills recommendations in the last message He urges the passage of some law providing the manner of selecting electors for president and vice pressI dent as the statute is now silent on that subject Ho recommends an appropriation otI G000 to pay part of the expenses of the dedication of tho Lincoln Farm Association buildings and monument in Lame county and 1500 annually to help keep it in repair He urges that some progress be made In the Improvement of the bete tor attendance of school children He 1says that of tho 739000 children In the state only an average of 311000 attend the schools and therefore half of the 3000000 given annually to the 1schools Is wasted and he wants some Jaw passed to remedy this defect He recommends modest approprla 1tlpna for the Colored Normal school and for tho Home Society for Colored Children Ho asks that an appropriation of 25000 be made for tho purpose of havjng n competent engineer mako a 1road map of the state so that the next legislature may see and know Continued on Page 8 CJC 0JlI2Illt JIll 0Jill I Q flJO1 I t I Assistant Cashier MARION WBATHERnOLT Cashier J A BARRY J 0 BANK OF CLQVERPORTIncorporated IV03 Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2260000 LL- WIS o wish all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and deSIre to thank those who have heretofore con tributed their patronage and influence We have made our resolution to double our business during 1010 and looking forward to that mark we earnestly solicit your account whether it be large or small we will appreciate and give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to be continually reducing a small one If you are not already a customer we invite yourattention to our board L of directors composed of successful business men who directtho affairs of this bunk Fully insured Intrest paid oJ on time deposits If our methods pleaseyou tell others if not tell us and we will see to it the fault if ours will be corrected fjl t cilf 0 J 0II GI0 JII =0 Jill JII tm t + Cf y + t Wafits T tHi +r3 Wanted Help TII roulsvlllelyl t hoy olTor splendid Inclucouicntti and u short term completes They mull free u beautiful catalogue and ask u I lour wooers to send for It For SaleReal Estate ClovurlJOrtItlllthouseCottagenecessary out buildingst IKKK MILLER Cloverport IKy Earn SIOO Monthly monthly ifyndiatto Start Mail Order Business A orderbuslncss TellshowWanted Miscellaneous Vlanttd apple tree bodies Iror particulars ATlntusFor SaleSweet Clover Seed IIC plantryparticulars address 1 T Mardls Kalmouthr Iy It U4S For Sale Farm Farm for sale In Hlackforrt Hot torn slaw County 150 sores In who c track but will sell 50 acres at Ia bargain C E tfrlol Cloverport Ity For Sale English Kitchen pOIt BALK English Kitchen situated In r Cloverport centrally located and paying I writeIIlL naOtM A NEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN PENS AT PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co I J In Memory of Morris Eskridge Whereas on the 24th day of February A D 1910 Morris Eskridge Esquire one of the Incorporators of the Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company and a member of the Board of Directory from its organization till his death departed this life Be it resolved by the Board of Dir ectors of the said The Bank of Hard insburg Trust Company that the death of Mr Eskridgo calls home a faithful conscientious honorable and worty official whose association in the direction of the affairs of this Institu tion was ever marked by the same strict adherence to the high standard of moral ethics which characterized him in private life as an estimable Christaln gentleman and gave h in peculiar prominence as a Ilawyer in addition to the wellknown legal at tainments hp possessed Be it further resolved that it is the sense of this Board that in addition to the loss it sustains in his death that the Bar has lost one of its most worthy and capable members whose professional career as well as private life was without reproach or blemlnsh and whose entire life In every respect provided an example rarely equalled in this or any community- Be It further resolved that a copy of these Resolutions be sent to the fam sly of the deceased and as a further mark of the high esteem in which the deceased was held by his associates that these Rosoldtions be preserved in the archives of this Institution and that a copy thereof be published in The Fourth District Leader and the Breckenridge News Done at Hardinsburg Kentucky on the 28th day of February A D 1910 at a meeting of the Board of Directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Company held to take action upon the Il Q0 Jill OiQOLEJ 0 Every 0 SATURDAY We will featute some special Bargain in our gro cery department Last Saturday it was prunes at E a price that made them fly EE- EE Be on hand and see 0 0- QlOIJQ C NOLTE BRO Kl 0 L CLOVERPORT KY EIII Q0JJill 0JillQOI0E1- Hudson Bros Cos Combination Sale Hudson Bros Co will hold their Annual Combination Sale of HighClass Business and Pleasure Horses AT T1IK1U SALE STABLES LOUISVILLE KY ON MARCH 31 AND APRIL II AND 2 1910 We solicit yourpatronage believing we can get you satisfactory prices for yourhorses For further information apply to HUDSON BROS CO 1048 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY rrFarm For Sale I have fur sale either for cash or on reasonable n good farm of 189 acres lying about 3 miles tcrmstt llardinsburg Four room cottage and other buildings on farm Well watered and good tobacco land Call in person or write mo nt once Price I most reasonable t JOHIN OREILLY Executor J Hardinsburg Ky LJilt v JI death ot Morris Eskridgo late mem ber of its Board of Directors Dr A M Kincheloe ID S Richardson C V Robertson G W Heard B F Beard Better Than a Cure It Is well to cure a cold but better to prevent it As soort us you feel H cold coming on take one or two Lanes Pleasant Quinine Tnhlets You will nr t have H cold and time Tablets will leave you feeling better than ever They cure grip in u few hours 250 n box at druggists und dealers Card of Thanks We wish to thank all of our trionls and relatives of Cloverport and Hites Run also of Louisville Cincinnati Owensboro and Bro J F Winchellfor their kindess and sympathy in our sad bereavement in the loss of our brother Letitia Chapin Annie Jennings Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS i CASTO R I A n T A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday Colored School Closed The colored school inns closed after being successfully taught by Silas Dean and Edith Adams All the colored children have an opportunity now to get to work and get them some good clothes and put their learning to prac tical use r VAr IIL Y1 IEVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by check is tho simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for the debt it pays It gives you a bettor standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our sorvicosf The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky I airrl t2Y- i i t r Lr d atiC wrw + + i v + n f o u I0 i TREPORT OF TAX COMMISSIONI I TO GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY Kentucky Must Make a Reform in Its Scheme of TaxationMuch Dissatisfaction Through The State at Present Both Commissions Labor Hard For Welfare of The State Massachusetts taxes savings deposits 40 cents on the hundici dollars Connecticut and Pennsylvania the same Maryland 30 cents The New England States make the bank pay the tax and in that way they are sure of the revenue the bank deducting it from the interest paid the depositors rho result of this policy of encouragement is shown in the accumulation in these States of enormous savings funds i Inss uchuetts has over 800000000 of savings deposits Pennsylvania nearly 500000000 and the New England States 1370000000 Savings deposits made up of the spare earnings of people of small means are the source from which are drawn the great sums loaned on mortgages on municipal and other public bonds which have played- so important a part in the development of tbe country in floating new enterprises building railroads erecting treat buildings and effecting and nihintaining public improvements of all kinds Our system should rather aim to encourage than discourage such accumulations Not only do we offer no inducement to the man of small means to lay aside a part of his earning at interest and to cultivate for himself and his family habits of thrift and economy but wo actually put a penalty upon him for trying to do so or tempt him to evade the law There is no way under our precsnt tax system by which savings deposits may bo relieved of this burden If a tax is levied upon one kind of property it must be levied in the same way and in the same amount upon every kind of property regardless of whether or not the different kinds of property are equally able to bear the tax This is absolutely prohibitive of extensive savings accumulations EFFECT OF BANKING CAPITAL = The effect of our system upon the banking strength of the State has been most injurious The banking capital of Louisville is smaller now than it was sixteen years ago This means that the capitaland t surplus held to secure deposits is less in proportion than it was six I teen ycnrs ngo This is not in accord with sound economic policy s1The burden falls finally upon that part of the community that is com A pelled to borrow from the banks in order to carry on business enterprises The borrower will pay the tax eventually It is unquestion ably true as Gilbert has pointed out that restrictions upon banks the The of our policy as toarc a tax upon public consequence banking capital is that Kentucky has far less banking capital than isII to necessary adequately to take care of its commercial and industrial in terests The reduction of capital stock of tho banks and the conse limitations under the law in loans makes it necessary that large rrcluent houses should go outside of tho State to obtain the financial accommodations required for their enterprises This is a condition of affairs of which tho State should bo ashamed n It is also a condition of affairs whose evil effects are felt not by I the banks but by the borrowers Every merchant who needs capital for increasing his business feels this pinch every manufacturer who wants to enlarge his plant add in his working force and increase his output is restricted every owner of real estate who wants to borrow money to improve it finds himself hampered every farmer who of necessity or clo ire for improving his property may incline to borrow I money in anticipation of his crops finds his difficulties increased bycc this lack of capital every laboring man whose chance of employment depends on the ability of tho employer to command capital suffer from it Nothing is more essential to the prosperity of a community than tho free flow of capital available for legitimate enterprises and J the present tax system in Kentucky has unwisely restricted this flows of The burden dues not fall upon stockholders of the banks for the banks by decreasing capital or charging higher rates for the use oftI motley continue to earn and pay dividendsit falls always upon the borrower oa DOUBLE TAX ON SHARES OF STOCK The plan of tithing shares of stock held in Kentucky represent inir ownership in property located in other States operates as a dou ble tax which men constantly sock to evade by refusing to give inal imeh property for taxation or by removing from the state Tho Kentucky law recognizes the fact that when a Kentucky corporation pays a tax on iU own property and business this tax is really paid ratably by each Individual shareholder in the company and that therefore tIll shares of stock in tho hands of individuals should not bo additionally taxed But tho law docs not apply this same princi pie nor recognize this same condition in respect of taxes paid by corporations organized under tho laws of other States A man 1 living in Kentucky who owns a share of stock in an Indiana corporation pays a tax in Indiana on the property represented by his stock and is expected also to list his share in this corporate property for taxation I in Kentucky although none of the property may bo within tho State It is a confusion of thought that mistakes evidence of ownership for h the property itself It seems to us no more advisable to tax a certi ficate of stock after having already taxed the property which that ccr tificato represents than it would be to tax the deedwhich a man holds to a piece of real estate after having already taxed tho real estate itthself Unwillingness to submit to double taxation lens always to be reckonedwith and in tho case of property of this character such un willingness so far prevails that practically no property of this kind is listed for taxation in the State of Kentucky and attempts to tax it add nothing to tho States revenues but drives men to evade the law or perjure themselves about their propertytiA reasonable tax upon property probably not bo evaded but when it is attempted to impose upon it tho heavy total of State county and municipal taxes after a tax has already boon paid elsewhere on the same property evasion is the only result that can be reasonably expected Wo are not unmindful of tho fact that much may be said in support of the contention that the owner of shares of stock living in one community while tho property represent L od by tho stock is located in another owes something to the community r r in which he lives But surely this obligation does not go to the full extent of the combined State and local tax rate imposedupon property actually within the confines of the State WE FAIL TO COLLECT TAX ON BONDS In no respect does our system fail more utterly than in the attempt to tax bonds as other general property is taxed In this re- t 4 9 lj I Jtliul itA tt fWI i i I to spect the system has completely broken down Tho amount of bonds listed for taxation in tho State of Ko ntucky as compared with tho amount of bonds owned in the State is ab surdand as it revenue producer is practically negligible The reason is not far to seek Tho best bonds do nit pay over oJ to 5 per cent interest When a man is required to list a bjnd for taxation in Louisvilio for instance or in Paducah or in Frankfort or in Owonsboro and realizes that if ho lists it the tX will take from 50 to 75 per cent of the income from tho bond ho must he a man of an unusual degree of patriotism and of an unusually urgent conscience to submit to this tux and list his property without lo kin ir nl hr sOais luittni of osiipj Continued in next issue JOHN E REYBURN I Philadelphia Mayor Who Has His Hands Full With Strike Riots JCOPYRlctT RAILROAD MEN WANT PEACE IN THE MINES Strike Now Would Be Disas trous They Say 1The railroads are making an effort prevent labor troubles which recur annually with great regularity In the bituminous coal fields of Indiana and Illlnouls A strike this spring fog lowing a winter during which the rail roads were unable to move and dls tribute all of the coal that was mined would be It is asserted little short of public disaster In this connection there exists a strong suspicion in the minds of not a few railroads that the operators and dealers In coal do not use their best efforts to prevent the labor disputes Some of the managers- of railroads that own and operate coal- mines go so far as to express the opin ion that it is to the advantage of the public mine operators and dealers in la have the annual labor disturb Whether this is true or not railroad men are calling attention to the fact that It is the consumer that pays tho bills in thin end In so far as It may be In the power the roads by reason of their owner hip of minus to partially control tho situation or Influence the outcome of e dispute an effort will be mado to avoid the annual trouble The railroad mnnusers are tryfns to got the mine nat e to Qrroe to the slight Increase asked In this dally pay of the minors and tthus avoid the trcmandmia ex pense n n shutdown and possible striko and avoid the bad Influence such conditions have upon business goner CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- 8lgnature of Cubas New Stamps Stamp collectors will probably br Interested in the new Issue of Cuban postage and revenue stamps which have been printed In New York city The Cuban government has discarded the old design that has been used for several years and has substituted the portraits of the men who distinguished themselves In the military service e country The stamps range In Domination from 1 cent to 1 Porters of Smyrna The porters of Smyrna and Constan- tInople are very strong They often carry weights of five to eight hundred pounds on their backs considerable These men live almost en rely upon barley cakes dried figs peas and mil- kKILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew OUCHS PnICEFOR f1c0OLDSAND All THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOXOR I OR MONEY REFUNDED BOY WITH CORNET VOICE Peculiar Gift of Brooklyn Lad Who Imitates Cavalry Calls Wllllo Lnffeii of OS Ryerson street Brooklyn Is the boy with tho cornet voice lie Is a little shaver with a pleasant chubby face and like a thou sand other boys except when ho emits from between Ito Ups sounds so simi lar to those of a B flat cornet as to deceive nay one The boy was In Broad street New York city the other afternoon when he screwed up the necessary courage to send out a bugle call that echoed among the skyscrapers and Instantly there were half a thousand men and boys about him They cheered him on and nearly mobbed him The boy said that he discovered the peculiar gift about two years ago and had made a nuisance of himself about the house with his Imitations of cav airy calls Willie Is fourteen years old and works as an errand boy A policeman hind to escort him off the block SUBSCRIBE S U B S c 1 B E I v No 0w rnr K 7 iJ j u + Kentucky School Tea and Normal Train tr Present and prospective teachers of Bredkem joining counties are invited to consider the now pitrtraent of Kingswood Colle Special uptodato normal training is offered hci ticular favorable environments Normal students have advantages of good mu tions good Literary Societies and the inspiratioi of advancedcollege associations and ill additiot lowed one or more studies in the collegiate dcpi of charge Our second term begins January 1 1910 = torm will be devoted to the preparation of teache cal work in the common schools The principal of this department seeks to fine each pupil is deficient then to supply the needed 11 Persons who do well the normal work at Kin expect to pass in the county and state exauiina succeed in the profession of teaching Wo do no cramming hero but good honest an Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollar J W HUGHES Pr I InJ us X+ f vi f wsS rvw mrIfm lkclm IIi1 fSi1 it LOW ONE WAY I COLINIST RAT I TO =ra California Oregon and Washington Arizona II tana Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico ri Saskatchen and a few points in Texas titFortickets on sale IISept 15 to BY Oct TH- ESOUTHERN 15 19 It RAILWA rtiInquire of any Southern Railway agent or 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athFascinatingV Romance iThere is action in every line of this store We have selected it as being the best out of a dozen or so to select from and believe that this one will please both oldand young Be sure and subscribe now so you will get every copy as we often run out completely 1 irst Chapters Will Appear Wednes EIay March 9 1910 Dont Miss it ff f Send your Orders lor Subscription toe e Breckenridge News F CLOVERPORT KYJ c x u Nervous I was very nervous Mirscrofpalpitation of the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardul and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took- I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but 1 am lots better since taking Cardui S4Take TakeThe CARDUI Womans Tonic Cardul Is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured of serious female trouble by Cardui so she knew what Cardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do WAIL OF VETERANS WIFE Please Tell Him the War Is Over She Askedand the Court Did It you were the wife of a civil war veteran and he should get up In the middle of every night and march around the room beating a snaro drum and singing Yell flatly Hound the Flag toys wouldnt It strain your patriotism Thats what a tired wo man asked when slim appeared the oth er duty In the Myrtle avenue court Brooklyn Your honor said she to Magistrate Xaumir 1 had two husbands both of whom are lend before this one Ill Is the first war veteran 1 ever hind I love my CQiuitry nut admire George M Cohan but 1 think there should be u line drawn somewhere In this star spangled bawler business Why ev cry night almost he gets uputy hus baud I mean and awakens mo with the cry Hark 1 hear the rebel yell To arms to arms Thou he gets an old drum and placing his Grand Army hut on his head iparados around beat ing the drum and singing Marching Through Georgia Will you please tell him the war Is over The husband assured the imigiitratc that his wife exaggerated Judge sail he 1 only do that when Im soused Oh 1 see said tho court Fired with patriotism by rum you get up In the night and bent your drum On his promise to forget the war he was discharged How Good News Spreads III am 70 years old and travel most off the time writes B F TOIEOD of Klizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because I owe my excellent health anti vitality to then They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate tho kidneys and b wels stimu late the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Only 50C Satisfaction is postively guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- CAIRO AROUSED Action of Sheriff In Having Negoes to Flrc on Whites Causes Trouble Governor Doneon at Springfield Ill late Sunday night Issued orders for Company K of Shelbyvlllo 111 to proceed to Cairo at onco and Join the troops already on duty In that city as a result of the attack on the jail last Thursday night by a mob bent on lynching a negro under arrest for snatching a womans purse on the I street that day Since the Identity ff the negro members of tho shorfTTa force which killed ono of tho members of the mob and wounded several oth ers became known as a result of bring ing tho deputies before the coroner Saturday feeling has run high There are many sullen criticisms mode of tho sheriffs action in deputizing negroes to fire on whlto mi which has alarmed tho sheriff Sunday afternoon Sher lit Nellis stated to Adjutant General Dickinson his fears of further violence and asked that moro troops be sent to tho city This word was sent to Gov ornor Denecn with tho result that tho governor at onto ordered Company II to go to Cairo An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short If you use Bucklcns Arnica Salve thoir quickest cure Even tho worst bolls ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Clapped Bands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 35c at Severs Drug Store Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147 145 I1143 141STATIONS 146 142 144 148 Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Wally h 40pI 0 33 f4 1m 8 53 Strawberry 700 f2 10 725- Blsliolf939 500 850 602 f2 30 718u JU 1509 19 09 9 54 f5 11 JO 14 flSJgfZOSStltes967 f5 17 0 17 Kathryn 6 1J2 f12 08 659Ip Ul 5 21 911 Vest Point 6 29 12 05 II HA 10 03 f5 23 IO 23 Howard 6 27 WI 03 f0 54 lit100U1 IIts3amf6 46 10 13 ff5 37 f9 34Rock Haven 6 15 ill 4816 41 1019 1543 W 40 Lnng Branch 6 09rll 4UI6 33 10 25 652 94U Brandenburg 10111 II 32 0 25 10 In Ii 59 f9 56 L3kroii5 t6 Ill 23 0 16 1037 51811115008o10 43 0 I I 10 13 Irvington 6 41 11 P5 551 t 1010 f0 31 fIO 19 Vebster 533 flO 5715 42 10 SU f6 39 110 27 Lodlburg 5 27 fIO 48f5 34 110 f64U 1033 Mystic 52111041 52611 05 60 11037 Sample 518 flO 37f5 22 11 11 6 t8 10 44 Stepllensport 5 11 10 27 5 14 1114 f102 flO 48 Addison 508 11022 f6 JO 086am15f61 9 Shops 554 10 04 4 M 8 12 0 12 11 88 17 28 11 11 Skillman 4 46 l0 55 4 44 fa Oa 16 6 21 11 45 737 11 Iii Hawesvlllc 438 943 436 751 4ifO4 28 to 32 396 731f64 10 fO I17 I 4 11 6 I I 10f77 06 12 27 tI 27 12 02 Dutch a 50 18 52 3 51 7 OZ 7 13 12 35 8 35 5SII etf7 GItf77 31 3 87f7I 3 f8 22 34 10 28f78077 53 1 08 10 16 12 43 Deals 3 18 8 Oi 3 13 f6 16 7 58 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvhite3 107 58 f3 11 6 13 608A1 48 10 05 1 28 Howell2 42 7 1U 2 30 155 1015 13 Evansville 235 7 10 230 j 40 740 ST LOUIS 000 814A 51 1 N I M A 5t uf Stops on Signal Whore no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisnnn sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Class I 11st Glass I Second Class 9 7 13STATIONS 112 8 l0 MixedIatiyI Sunday Sunday Dully Dally Sunday Sunday 1142C655I 5 m f7 09 f5 55- f s13 lurfleldsOt2 s327 sll 10 7 20 f6 07 fll 1- 3sl46 Horned f9 18 f3 07 flO 53 s7 2l s6 12 JunctJonu s923 82 87 slO 53 s7 34 s6 10 sll1 SOuHnrdlnsburgu 10923 SS 43 s1018 s7 41 sU 27 SHOO Junction s017s2U3 slO 40 f7 SO f6 37 1303pmKirkii f2 22 ClU31- f7 57 fO 15- sS fl2 00 McQuadyf9 03 f2 02 NO 24 10 kitl 59 s220sl22S Glcndenno sSrilt 1147s1013 s8 19 f70U sl22SslUll DempsterS31 140 68 35 Falls of Rough f810sl 25 s8 50- f8 slUllsiami Dam pstur IS 111a103 si6 06- si55 713 f 100 Rockvale 81 00 flO 01 f80I 9fi6fi fri 18 f730 f 110 Ouks f7 fiB fia 23 f- h1I51 5920 736 f 120 Elimltch s7 G5s1215 8038 7 50 I Iordsvlle1210Iml 935 430pm EARLINUTON 440111 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businccs a If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us ut once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to tho man who hits tho very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onto and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprioties to make quicksales Jno D Babbage 140 acres 2 miles from Ouston 3r 300 It miles from Irvln ton welt watered hays wull good young orchard good timber on rural rouse school houso tow yards fron houso Improvements toad tour room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two field urouttanod housebackIOU In tho llion wood slid will sellout easy payments plenty of small fruit further particulars address Jno D BabbaRO Oloverport Ky c7 AGUE FARM 5 room cottage hall and US porch In Rood repair good stall stock barn two good sldo sheds crib Rood meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches and Krnpos a Rood well and never ulllnK spring for stock water 200 yards oust of HardlnsburK In easy distancu to tho High School building when erected RO OHO For 18 acres tour mllosj west ofp uuv Qiondcano Smiles tram branch railroad all fresh laud 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres In grass j will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling 3 rooms and sldo room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Trlco w000 H cash FOR SALEStore houso and dwelling com corner First and High Streets wholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Oloverport AvonueWoUFOR SA LEA farm contahdng25Oacresand IIvoL5a store room ovor It two good stock barns peachtrees u an kinds of small fruits Including a nlco tredbalancogroves of black locust sulllclont for posts tc wire tho whole farm In It lies near Ekron cclongsurroundedbytho placo for soma young physician to step buslnossAnthe reason for selling Kor further partlc1111 address JNO U DABUAQE Clover port Ky lit Pays to Advertise See us I The thing to do is to Advertised e t n3 ll FLA6S1II8 9 to 1 1March fiIand U I ALEXANDERS Big White Sale Will be On I I IIIf20 pieces of White hoods worth r c I lOeut 30 OC12ci 1 I 20 pieces India Linen- GC101 A 15e at I L V ffivorth 15riI p 20riU 25I1 c I Persian Lawn worth 15eii12112 c it Persian at Lawn worth 20c15CI I Persian at Lawn worth 25e20c I Persian at Lawn worth 35c25C fa 4Oworthj e Nainsook worth 12c at 1I Dc I Nainsook worth 15c121h P Long clothI worth 12cOCit at Long clothI worth 15c I 121h c I Hoosier is Cotton tsm FRIENDS KEEP UP THE FIGHT Continued from Pace 5 what Is needed In the way of good rondo s He says there Is groat neea or an annual rmitlnrent expense fund of 5000 t11 iill governor to be expoiil cd by lint in paying the expenses of entertainingi public guests of the state and of attending rbllc functions He friln iirgid that the two pent tentiaries he placed under the state boardcf control thus abolishing the prison ccnimispion- He nrsr 8 that the state liquor 11 tense lIoe increased for every retail dealer ti S roo n year HP innnnonds that the state enact aa inrniiu tax of Its own Instead of urging the rational government to collect IIn the Incomes In Kentucky He uiijcK that the election law be ampndit1 so as to do nyay with the Issuing of registration certificates and in slime other details He strongly recommends tho pas sage of a bill to pay about 30000 which he says IB duo the soldiers who served under Governor Taylor In 1900 and says the state should have a pub lie utilities commission like that of Now York to control all public utility corporations lie earnestly Indorsos the proposed ltv giving women the right to vote in school elections and recommend strongly that a law providing for slate bank examiners be passed He recommends that the appropriation for maintaining tho new state house be increased from 16000 to J25000 He urges that tho law empowering the issuing of patents for land belong- Ing to tho state free of cost be dls continued as the stato should receive something for her vacant land He says some of tho officers in omo of the counties of the stato are receiving more than tho constitutional limit of 5000 In salaries and urges that some law be passed to enforce tho constitution He recommends that the annual appropriation for tho state mllltla be increased from an average of flO pot enlisted soldier to CO per soldier He earnestly recommends that Como stept be taken to provent the pollution of the streams of the state especially the Ohio river 4 iIndiscussing tho bond issue bill In t the nonato much was said about tho amount of money paid out for sohoola by tho state every year and some as toundlnn faots wore dovelopod Ken i lucky nays out her money for oduca o i t J 11 p i 1at1 11pI v I I Li 85cat85catTable Linen worth 75c of 59e Table Linen worth at 50c44cj Table Linen worthl 35c 2Cat t 11 Milli End in Tablel Linen CworthWhite Cross Bar Waist 1 0 L CinWhit at Poplin worth 25c ZOC V ZOCworth12 T HOC25cJ Dotted Swiss worth 15c 1121he Dotted Swiss worth at 12cge1 lot of Embroideries Cworth4Lilcese 11- tt 4OCattt Sle Yard nu tlon on the per capita plan that is so much for each school child en rqlled Over 3000000 are thus paid out every year In this state and itI was stated as a fact that the per cap ita paid by this state Is larger than that paid by the state of Massachu setts or any other state In the Union yot with all that Kentucky Is at the bottom of the list when It comes to the per cent of Illiteracy among its Inhabitants Tl Is shows a most un usual state of aft irs when this enor mous sum of money Is spent every year for education that dont seem to educate Right hero in the state capi tal nearly every week some really very nice looking and Intelligent look Ing men come Into the county clerks office to got a license to marry and can not sign their names In the marriage certificate book This has led to the suggestion that an educational qualification bo placed on marriages that Is both the bride and groom must give a practical demonstration that they eon rend and write before a marriage Icense will be issued to thorn provided they are under SO years of ago This It Is said vrlll cause hundreds of young people to at tend school who do not now do so t M The court of appeals decided a case of vast Importance to the tobacco growers of Kentucky and decided it in favor of those who organized tho pools The decision upholds the con stitutionality of the law known as the Crecellus law which made It a role domoanor to sell pooled tobacco with out the written consent of the agent with whom It was pooled The Chris tian circuit court held that the law was unconstitutional and that Indictments returned under it were void The higher court in upholding the opposite says The conditions which gave rise to tho act are known of all men At tho time of its enactment there was but one buyer for tho farmers tobacco As individuals the farmers were un able to cope with the situation The legislature of 1906 decided it wlso to enact the law authorizing pools of the crop and to select an agent to make the salon While the law la question gives tho right of in junction to prevent such sales it Is manifest that such moans would prove ineffectual To prevent such state of case the unlawful stilling of pooled products was made a misdemeanor We can not say that tho legisla turo exceeded its power when it made the unlawful sale of pooled products a misdemeanor Having held that It was within the power Oi the general assembly to make It unlawful for the owner to vi elate his Donllnar contrast br calling 1 t WWI irWYa I Il lot at Towels worth 25c 20e 1 lot Towels worth i at 12c83C Lace Curtainsi worth 50c at 44e- L 64CatLace Curtainsi worth 1 nfc I85e Lace Curtains worth at 1259C Curtains worth 150LaIlCr 115 Lau 00utLadies and Misses Handkor chiefs worth 5c at 4C 81chief3e Ladies and Misses 0ILkerchiefs worth hand1 Z yZ u 19chiefse White Suiting worth 25o at 19I e White Suitingi worth 20c Cat11 V IOCat= 1I White Suiting worth 15c 121h e without the written consent of the agent we think It was likewise with in Its power to enact that a party who knowingly purchased pooled products and brought about tho violation of the poolers contract should also be pun Ished Y The cost of maintaining the new state house is proving to be greater than was first estimated and the leg islature has been urged by the gover nor to increase tho annual appropria tion from 1GOOP to 25000 The building has Its own power plant for heat light and water and it takes several skilled men to operate this plant Desldes It takes a big force of men and women to keep the splendid new building clean and decent looking So tar tho legislature has shown no disposition to make the needed Increase but it may take some action towards the last of the session tl The end of tho 60 day session will come on March 15 and still there seems but little chance that aty bill will be enacted to relieve the deficit In the treasury and allow the state creditors to get their money without having to wait for a year for It It was thought that tho bond issue bill would pass the senate but when n vote was taken on It a majority voted against il A motion was entered to reconsider but it Is very doubtful If It ever passes even the senate Many of the llegislators especially In the house are still wedded to the Idea of Issuing Interestbearing war rants and twixt the two dilemmas both measures will likely fall HARDINSBURG Continued from pane 9 Morris Eskridge one of the most prominent members of the Breckenridge BarMarriage licenses Rnlph Bower 30 and Snllle Avitt 2 A B Jennings 28 and Annie West 27 Cuss H Lat ham 32 and Emma DeHavon 26 Alouzo Obeuchaln 38 and Dante Harl 37 Dan Miller 27 and Addie Basham 17 Auscho Loyd 28 and Murl Roberts 21 Owen Meador al and Russia Rob hlns 20 Willie Pierce 25 and Ella Smith It Herbert Beard has appointed L H Niles Sample and A JDye Clifton Mills deputy clerks Mrs H M Beard was in Louisville shopping last week Mr and Mrs John M Taul of Jewells Creek were guests of Mr and Mrs Roscoe Eskridge two days last weekMrs Wade Pile of Mook was here R p F sr F t Uw M Irish Linen worth 75c at 60c Irish Linen worth 50c at 44e Irish Linen worth at 45cOiJC 1 lot Shirts worth 65c at 5OC 1 l Shirts worth t 75c65cAmerican Beauty Corsets 8Seworth 1 at Berkley Cambric worth C15cBig line of Muslin Underwear will be on solo and many other things too numerous to mention Do not forget to see the bargains on the lOc counter 1 Dcets1 1 25e50cAll Laces and Embroideries at re duced prices Co OOatCounterpanes worth 160 at 1125 ED P ALEXANDER IRVINGTON KENTUCKY Hope Cotton t Mens Jt9Q 598 800 00at0atBoys 200atSuits 350 at S498 5Oc39C at Yard 3111 c 11 W II BOWMKK President B SKILLMAN Cashier F LIQHTFOOT YicoPresident 0 T IAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its It passed through three panics paid every legitimate claim its full amount on demand a check 4 An absolutely Place to BusinessII 3 per on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor C Jarboo 0 Skillraan E Fisher Sunday on her way to Sample to see her grandmother Mrs Lucy Hunter who Isill Lindsay Kincheloe went to Louisville Saturday Mrs Godfrey Ball went to Louisville last week to visit relatives Supt Driskell and Mrs Lee Walls aud daughter Minnie went to Stephens port Saturday to attend the closing exercises of the public school Saturday night Jess Walls the after a most successful term has returned toHardinsburgVictor Saturday from Arizona to visit his father C C Pile who is critically ill at his home at MookThe High School pupils are taking their examinations this week These examinations occur every six weeks George Shollman went to Union Star last week to attend the funeral of his grandmother- The Cnort of Appeals sustained the acttdn of the Breckenridge Circuit Court in awarding J 0 Armstrong of Sample 5000 against the L fl St L R R Co for injuries sustanned while in their employment Murray Mur ray and H Dell Moorman represented Armstrong Two other decisions of Judge Chelfs court from this county were sustained last week one of them being the case of Mortan vs Jones John DoJarnett a known color ed citizen died Sunday of consumpt ion Mrs J J Willett went to Branden burg Saturday to visit relatives Graham Eskrldge called home from St Paul Minnesota by the sudden death of his father is here with his mother and sisters 1 e Clothing Suits worth 500 Suits worth 750 at Suits worth 10- at Su 1 Clothing B Boys worth 5 at Boys Suits worth 750 Boys Knee Pants worth at All Mens and Boys Overcoats tit absolute cost All Ladies and Misses Cloaks Cost 8ic A L SUILL credit has and to Never scaled Sale do cent Jno T A teacher Edward well Ij = FOR SALE r Northern White and Mixed Oats for seeding and feedalso ty lCoalI M j i Heston Whitwortii CompanyW Incorporated f At the Depot Hardinsburg Ky C C BROCK Manage F The suit of Ex Sheriff Milt Miller against TJ Moore and his bondsmen Jesse Whitworth N T Mercer and Joel H Pile was demurred out of court as to the responsibility of the bondsmen Miller had sued for settle men for amount variously estimated up to as high aa 2000 but enumerated to only 130 in his petition It ap pears that Moore and Miller have never had any settlement and that each has some money the other claims Miss Addle K Eskridgo of Bowling Green Henry Eskrldge of Louisville Mr and Mrs Mellville Eskridge of Owensbdro Mrs Allie Weatherford of Sunnydaloj Mrs Emma Eskridge of Louisville and Lewis Kincheloe were in attendance at the funeral of Atty Morris Eskridge Saturday Mrs Barnett is very ill of grip and daughter Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven and P Morris Beard left yesterday for OklahomaMrs Haswell Srls better On next Monday night John W Cowles grandmaster of Kentucky I II and 12 Su J ili 11 WANTED Tobacco Man Mto1teamsright party Apply toiIf Jos McGehel Brandenburg Ky Jr Jeff Adams superintendent of N- and Orphans HomejR E postmaster of Louisville ands prominent Louisville Masons where to confer the Third Dfpr James Witt and others EytH will be filled by pastmasters 1 yjlle Lodge NOV400 I I a