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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1910 8 Pages Nl 35 AGED CITIZENPASSES AWAY E M Bartles Dies At ills Home On The East Side Sunday Morning Lived Here Nearly Twenty Four Years REMAINS TAKEN TO OLD nOME J After being In ill health for a lenghty time E M Bartles one of the most honorable and oldest citizens of Clover port found relief in death Sunday morning Mr Bartles condition had been feeble for sometime and for the I last ten years he had not been actively engaged in business a Mr Bartles was born in Jonesboro Tenn September 3 1820 The great er part of his life was spent in Meade county where he made his home at Paradise Bottom and in 1875 he moved to Sterretts Bottom where he lived many years From there he moved to this place in 1885 and has always been a conservative and honest citizen He was in the Union army one year After he came here he followed the trade of carpenteryOctober 5 1848 he married Miss Abagait Crecillus who with three children survive Mrs Medora Sterrett Frank Bartles and Mrs John Ross Mr Bartles was a kind good husband and loving father He was a peaceful and unselfish neighbor and had many warm friends in Cloverport The remains were taken Sunday afternoon on the boat to Crecillus for interment in the family cemetery They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Ross John Sterrett and Mrs Bartles who will return home in a weeks time Appointed Delegates Mrs A 0 Tanner Mrs Fred Ferry and Mrs A N Simons were appointed Idelegates by the Ladies Society of the Presbyterian church to attend the ladies Missionary meeting which convenes March 17 at the Presbyterian church at Owensboro Kites Run Boys And Girls Get Prizes The Hites Run school which has been so successfully taught by Miss Julia Wroe has closed Miss Wroes work was entirely satisfactory and her bright agreeable disposition won many friends for her there The pupils who won prizos for head marks in spelling were Alice Payne Everett Allen Thos Smart Lewis Beavin Eugene Smart John Blythe Jennie Smart Dora Waggoner and Ollie Waggoner Miss Wroe has returned to her home in this city Making Use of Ills Boots Thos Smith came out of Hardiusburg recently with 9 pair of gum boots Last week he came out of Clover creek with two barges loaded with hame timber Thomas is not a gum shoe politician but better aIIgum boot timber man BEN JOHNSON Named For Congress Again Democratic Committee De dares Him a Nominee Louisville KyMarch 6 The Hon Ben Johnson was reuomlnated for Con gress from the Fourth District at noon today at a meeting of the Fourth Cong ressional Democratic Committee held at the Old Inn Nine of the thirteen mem bertfof the committee were present and the others were represented by proxy The time for opposition to appear against Mr Johnson expired some days ago and under the law the committee declared him the nominee without op position This is the third time that Mr Johnson has been so honored by his constituents from the fourth district There was a good deal of talk among the members outside of the committee room about Mr Johnsons chances for the gubernatorial nomatlnation and all declared that it was their opinion that be would be nominated for Governor without opposition After Mr Johnson was declared the nominee for Congress the committee wnamlnously indorsed him for the pemocratic nomination for Governor l tJ i- iJ1ii I r iO 3 7- 11t I BRECKENRIDGE LOSES ANOTHER GOOD MAN C C Pile Dies At ills hone In Southern Part Of The County Last Week Leaves A Large Family WellKnown BURIED IN nOME GRAVEYARD C C Pile one ol the bestknown citizens of the southeastern part of the county peacefully breathed his last at his home at Mook on Tuesday March I after a nervous Illness of a few weeks The deceased was born May 10 1841 near Burns and was one of the many substantial citizens born In that section of the county In those days there be ing seven such sons In his fathers family John James M and Isaac being the only ones now living At the age of twentysix Mr Pile was married to Bettie A Bruner dau ghter of Joel Bruner of Custer Ten children were born to them Eight of these Joel H of Hardinsburg Mrs Mollie Alexander of Custer Gilbert of Custer Victor of Liberty Arizona and Wade Homer Ora and Eliza all of Mook together with the mother surviveMr Pile was a successful farmer producing the best and so caring for his soil that its fertility increased under his cultivation He Was noted for his industry preferring activity to quiet and knowing no rest except that which comes with sleep and observance of the SabbathKindness to neighbors dispensing hospitality at his home liberality inI providing for his family exerting his influence for higher living studying his Bible and encouraging others to learn and obey its teachings were cardinal features of his active life He was a man whom his section will miss one whose memory will remain whose works are living testimony of an exalt ed manhood whose good deeds are his greatest monument After brief and fitting funeral exercises conducted by his neighbors and co laborei in good works Revs AA Smiley and H T Basham this being his request his six sons Joel Gilbert Wade Homer Victor and Ora tender ly bore the remains to the family burying ground on the brow of the hill near the home he had built and in which he and his faithful wife had reared them the Mecca to which they are always glad to return First Experience in Court Miss Rebecca Willis was summoned as a witness in the Gregory and L H St L R R case being heard in Circuit Court at Hardinsburg llast week This was Miss Willis first experience on the witness stand and interestingly she relates it While in Hardinsburg she was the guest of Mrs John KIncheloe Stader Moves This Week H L Stader has bought the livery stable belonging to R O Perkins and will move his horses there this week Mr Stader Is going to fix up the Black Maria In fine fashion this spring and along with his good services he Is going to give the public some rigs to be proud of Mr Babbage Secretary The Lockport UnionSun says At the ninth annual convention of the New York State Implement Mens Association held In Binghamton this week E H Babbage of Lockport was unanimously elected secretary Mr Babbage is an officer of the United Commercial Travelers Association and a leading member of the Lockport council Throughout the state Bab bage Is known as a live wire and wherever he goes it soon becomes known that he represents an electric city that is on the map every minute of the day andnIght Mr and Mrs Babbage visited their Kentucky relatives several summers ago He is a wellknown and success ful business man of Now York state Heard The Call of The Press I G H Anderson a successful tobacconist of Ellzabethtown was iu the city Saturdayand called nt the News office Mr Anderson is a former newspaper mau of Tennessee Ho said he could not pass by a printshop as newspaper 1 work was his first love t Id c 1 x HARDINSBURG NEWS IN FULL TO DATE William McCracken Goes Reluc tantly To The Pen LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Dr Mather made a business trip to Louisville last week Marriage licenses Leslie R Pool 25 and Shellie Mattingly 22 Press Milburn a3 and Hester Board 10 Murray Board 20and Etta Brown 22 The county clerks ofllce is equipped with a New ElliottFisher typewriter an improvement over the old which was exchanged for the present It is ably manipulated by David D Dawell the efficierft deputy- A few bright days last week were sufficient to fill this part of the world with blue birds bursting daffodils shooting grass marbles fishing farm ing talk iemlnne dreams of annual housecleaning and the first symptoms of spring fever Little Virginia Beard accompany ing Miss Sallie Richardson of Union Star has gone to New Jersey to visit her aunt In the suit of John P Haswell Admr for Emmett Gregory vs the L H St L R R the jury returned a verdict for 6000 Haswell and F M Payton of Louisville wore the at torneys for the plaintiff The Normal is growing there being additions each week Wni McCracken In charge of Deputy Sheriff Arthur Beard left Fri day for the Eddyville State prison Miss Sarah Deane Moorman who has been ill at the residence of Mr and Mrs D R Murray for several weeks was able to be taken to her home at Glendeane Friday The lecture ably given by Prof Martin at the Court House Friday night waswell attended The hand some receipts went to The Baptist Ladies Missionary Society Court adjourned Friday after a three weeks session Lewisport Best flour for sale at J H Gardners store Dave Walls visited Custer Sunday John Kasey a prominent Rosetta citizen was in town Saturday F P Stum and family have gone back to Murray after having spent several mouths here Mrs Lewis of Centertown was the guest of Mrs Rebecca McGary her mother last week Sim McGary is very ill Jesse Whitworth has been suffering severely for a few days Wm Smith of Fordsville and Cleve Brooks are in charge of the railroad business during absenceMr Mrs M D Beard arrived from Florida Monday night On account of illness Mrs Beard did not remain in the South as long as she expectedRev and Mrs E B English of Oweusboro arrived Monday for H visit of several days The High School Baseball Team composed of High school and Public school students has been organized with Thos Mather Manager The players are Hewitt Dix Wm Ditto Henry Chambliss Dick Soper Sam and George Monarch George Shell man Nat Shellumn and Garland shortlyhavedo its share of playing Dr Mathers Sunday morning subject will be II The Signs of the Times Murray and Murray have been con gratulated upon th3 excellent brief they prepared in the case of Jessie Wheatley vs DIvision Board of Education No1 of Hancock county for dismissing her as teacher The case has attracted much attention and able council has been employed by each side lIon Ben Ringo E E Kelly and E C Vance represent the defense Murray pointsinvolvedi Graham Eskridge has receivedan additional furlough for fifteen days and will remain at home two weeks yet be fore returning to Minneapolis lIe is setting a lot of fruit trees on his farm near town Jimmy Eakridge of Louisville was here last week visiting relatives Among our otherwise unreported slCC are Mrs Barnetz Mrs John P Hasweli and the lIon G W Beard Mr and Mrs II M Beard were visitors in Cloverport Sunday The tobacco warehouses here were last week giving daily employment to seventyfive people Miss Ada Mattingly of Gleutleane was the guest of Mrs Lonnie Smith Sunday I a- ho + BEARDSLEYHEAD Pretty Home Wedding Takes Place at Lodiburg Sunday EveningLarge Number of Guests Present Lodiburg Feb 28 Saecial One ot the most beautiful home weddings of the season was that of Miss Elizabeth Head of Lodiburg to Mr Charles Moss Beardsley of Brooklyn New York The ceremony took place on February the tweutyseventh Promptly at four pclock the bridal party entered the parlor to the strains of Meridelesohns wedding march which was beautifully rendered by Miss Marguerite Stith An impressive ceremony was preformed by Rev J J WIHett The attendants were Misses Myrtle Deacon and Ida Belle Ater Messrs W D Avitt and Malcom RobertsonThe was charmingly attired in an elegant traveling costume of brown broadcloth with hat and gloves en suiteThe bride Iis lit talented daughter of Mr and Mrs W N Head of Lodl burg Mr Beardsley Is a young wan of excellent character and business abilitiesA repast was served before the ceremony Covers were laid for twenty The bride was recipient of many beautiful and useful presents The guests from a distance were Mrs Forrest Van Meter Atlanta Ga Mrs Bertie Board Henderson Messrs J A Head brother of the bride Bowl ing Green J N Nailer Louisville Misses Mabel and Nolle AdkIsson Owensboro and Marguerite Stith Irvington The young people left immediately for Louisville for an indefinate stay May their life be one long sweet day of bliss New Officers Officers for the ensueing year foeiha Clover Blossoms society were elected Sunday afternoon They are as fol lows President Robt Pierce Vice pres Francis Sawyer Second vice pres Louise Nicholas Third vice pres Helen Miller Treasure Tula Babbage Rec Sec Ruth Faith Cor Sec Rosa Slppel Pianoist Elizabeth Skillman Substitute Eloise Nolte Agents Jane Lightfoot and Pauline Nicholas From Mrs Temple Dear Mr Babbage Please change the address of my paper to Greenville I cannot get along without my home paper have been taking lt since 1870 May It continue to grow and prosper LucyErc f I d J w 0 u 1 tIi cc f 9r tixd Has demonstrated that of two loaves of bread one raised with Royal Baking Powder 11 and the other with alum 1 iP ly Ing 4t tllgcstiblo than tha other i Avoid Alum xY SERIOUS ACCIDENT Befalls John R Polk While II Cltaning this Skiff Sunday John R Polk of Tobintport mat with a serious accident Sunday after noon and as a result he has suffered a stroke of paralysis Mr Polk had hi skiff standing up high on the river bank and while cleaning the mud from the inside it fell over on him He was so painfully injured that he was not ableI to cry for help and an hour and a halfI passed before any one found him This is the second serious accident that has befallen Mr Polk and it iis feared that this will prove fatal One time he was rescued from drowningI Mr Polk is a wellknown farmer and carpenter of Perry county lie is a brother of Robt Polk of this city who IMF been with him constantly since SundavIProf Forrest Polk of LafayetteInd the son of Mr and Mrs John R Polk has arrived to be at the bedside of his father Goes West Soon Irvlngton Ky March 7 Special Everett Ashrraft resigns his position as assistant Cashier of the First State Bank at Irvington to take effect April 1st He will go West In May and continue in the banking business Mr Ashcraft is a fine young man He was born and reared In Meade county and all who know him are his friends He took an extended business course in Business College at Bowling Green paying special attention to bunking His special equipment his genial spirit and natural business ability capacitate him for large things and wo predict for him continued success In the banking business Ho has been 1 a banker for several years and has been with the bank to which he offers his resignation for nearly three years Storks Mr and Mrs Henry May are receiv ing congratulations on the arrival of their little daughter Dorothy Graham Mayo p o The second fine son arrived at thq homo of Dr and Mrs Rafferty March the third 00 0 Mr and Mrs Julius SIpples home at irvingtou was gladdened wll1a son Saturday ore The little girl who arrived last 1 Wednesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison will be 1 christened Leoua Morrison 4 1 7 c- d i ROYAL vJI Baking Powder renders the food more 1 digestibleand 1 1 4 wholesome J MGScientific baleA SOiIJ powdertthoRoyalraisod leloaf AfternoonParalyzedPartially VIsitsl 0c DISMISSED Was JohnsonHawkins Case in Police Court By Judge Wills Created Much Interest Time celebrated cow cast which has been in Judge Wills court for the last six month between W N Johnson and Cluis Hawkins went by the board last Monday Both parties were there andsannounced ready for trial Johnsons attorney asked that the defendant Hawkins go ahiad end prove his account Johnson objected and said he didnt have to lIe contended that he was not the the plaintiff and did not hAve to uck the tiger After considerable wrangling Judge Wills put both parties out of court by dismissing the action without prejudice Buys The Democrat Tim Needham of Williamstown late owner ot the Williamstown Courier and former president of the Kentucky Press Association ani C B Nelson of Wash hl ton D C have purchased the Win chester Ky Democrat nnd will enter upon their new duties this week They paid 12000 for the plant Both are practical newspapermen ubscribe Right Now SAD DEATHS Of Two Brifht Young Men Of Meade County Occur In One Weeks Time Word has been received here by Mrs Forrest Gilliland that her two first cousins Elzie and Hubert IHickersoo died at their home at Sirroco Meade county within a weeks time Ellis died February 20 and Hubert died March 1 pneumonia causing both deathsThe young men were the sons of Mr Mrs Henry Hlckerson Rov Judson Hlckerson of Louisville was called to conduct the funerals At Garfield The Rev R H Morefleld pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Garfield desires all members of said congregation to attend regular church service Saturday before the second Sunday In March at 2 P M Any lady using Chase Sanborns offee who is planning to give a party in the near future may secure all the s material necessary for a novel and in teresting entertainment together with prises by calling at Noltes store iL lt- 4 l IElectricBittersSucceed wen 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 = DRHJBOONE Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Ky = I M IrOeA1PS O I 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 I erute prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCanneltonInd 5tlr7a11al lo na skkSs lsAi Ssie O Ij FOR SALE I M IY x A number of Farms dif K forent Sizes and Prices vV x KThej Trust Co xr i wp vtrKKtrtr ntr rtrtrKr H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- tIARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession in nil of the Courts of Itrockonrlugo and adjoining coun tier Special attention given to collection road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Dlstrnt Courts Olllce over Hank ol llurdlnsburz J THE LOUISVILLETIMES I I I FOR 1910 I I I BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER Tho regulurprice ofTlME LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 u year If you will send your order to us you can got Tli3 reckenridge Pietas AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville ITImcs Is The Best Afternoon l aper Printed Anywhere rIlnsbest corps of cor i respondentsCovers Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general tsewb fieldcompletely Has thol beat and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody r Send Your Subscrip tion Right Away- to thisltpapor not to The Louisville Ti- mesSubscribe I N E 1 r 0 + WMM u Will as Men m Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Iidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages aud lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulness when kidneys arc of order or eased Kidney trouble weak kidneys child urinates often if urine scalds flesh or if when child reaches an when it should be able to control passage it is yet afflicted with bcd ting depend upon it cause of diffi culty is kidney trouble and first step should be towards treatment of these importantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and a habit as most people suppose Women as well as are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot is realized It is sold druggists in fifty cent and onedollar mayhaveby mail free also a pamphlet telling aliii and soon disappear the out dis has prevalentthat bqbornIf the too the the the age the tret the the the the the not to men the same the soon by awmpkooLincluding monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Iltnchamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle c RAILWAY MAIL PAY I t How much docs the U S pay the ra lway for the use of these traveling Post Offices in such cases as just referred f to The equivalent of one passenger fare per round trip Can you explain It in figures Yes The U S pays 55 cents per mile for the going trip with two to six returnifor the whole distance the car travels Why do you call the clerks passen gers and think the Government should pay for their carriage Because the Government demands oft the railroads the same care and responsibilities as accorded passengers I The men are furnished heat and I icewater and in case of accident the railroads are liable to the same extent as to passengers- Is I It possible you mean that the railroads get 55 cents for hauling a full car and in additions are obliged to furnish the Post Ollice Department with free tickets for say 4 men worth 25 cents a mile each at tariff rate That is just what I mean The railroads haul the cur free and pay 45 cents a mile for the privilege in such a caseTWhy on earth do the railroads do this Perhaps they have never stopped to think how very foolish such a practice is Maybe this will start them think ingHow much do railways receive per mile for hauling empty cars I Diners Parlor and Sleeping cars on their own wheels la to 20 cts per mile IIBaggagecents Freight cars 0 to 10 cents per I mileIIII t for hauling various casses of 11eilht11 t I these oneway runs for iH 0 cars on r passenger trains CorrectAre I O cars any real value I orff service to railways They are not as their design Is fixed by the department and bt inge postotllces are unfit to carry ordinary I freight or baggage How much mall does each of these cars cal ry f About what would take up oneeighth of an ordinary baggage car or 2 tonsE How much more can one of theseII cars carry About 15 tons if stripped of postt office fittings What do express companies pay railways for their privileges CO to 55 per cent of their gross re ceiptsiDo express companies assume all responsibility to its patrons Yes J o express companies get any extra facilities such as enjoyed by P O freeNo On tho contrary they contribute toward salaries of station men and train baggage men release the rail ways from claims for personal Injuries to employees handle free to the rail t ways remittances and railway express packages The number of express employees carried on trains is much 1 less than on P O cars Do express companies make money on the 45 to 50 per cent which is allII they get out of their receipts They do It is stated above that U S pays only 20 per cent of gross receipts for railway transportation of mails and yet the department is operated at a loss F That what the report ol Post Master General shows What is the difference in the method of charging by the express companies and the post ofllce department The former charges according to distance the latter as you know carries letters or other mail matter under postage without regard to distanceHow the dead weight of cars carrying U S Mall compare with the weight of the mail hauled 217 tons dead weight to one ton of mall How Is it with passengers About the same And freight 11 tons of dead weight to one ton of freight hauled Does U S pay rent for post ofllcc facilities in cars used partly for baggage or express No U S pays only when U S has the entire car and as it then pays less than the fare of the clerks in it and if empty only i to 3ft of what the rail roads secure from the public for haul alone It Is hard to find the rent Who decides when cars shall bo exclusively post olllce USWho specifics the construction of post office cars USWho pays for them The railways Do cars now specified by U S cost more than a few years ago Standard steel weighing 108000 Ibs cost about 00 per cant more Are post ofllce facilities in apart ment cars and full cars provided for the convenience of the railways No indeed Entirely for post olllce Over how many miles were these full and apartment cars hauled in 1008 232 millions of miles What is average weight of mail per car 200 tons How much mail can storage cars without post office features carry 10 to 15 tons Continued next week How Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of time writes B F Toison of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go recommend Electric Bitters because owe my excellent health and vitality- to them They effect a cure every time They never fail to tope the stomach regulate the kidneys aud 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 tints a daily jay Try them Ouly SOc Satisfaction is festively guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- BLAKES VISIONS he Curious Hallucinations of the Poet Painter William iTlnke the contemporary of Charles Lamb was a man of visions Blake dined with prophets and held converse with nreliungels A friend of ttlnko called on the poetpainter and found him sitting pencil In hand drawing a portrait with all the seeming anxiety of n ulna who IsII conscious of having n fastidious sitter lie looked mid drew and drew and looked yet no living soul was visible Disturb me not said Blake In a whisper I have some one sitting to- ile Sitting to foul exclaimed the astonished visitor Where Is he I see no one But I see blob answered Blake haughtily Thieve ho Is His name Is Lot You may rend of him In the Scriptures lie is sitting for his portrait Blakes hallucinations however rare ly took a malignant form One of his most beautiful visitors was of a fairy I was Avalklng alone In my garden he said There was a great Btlllncss among the branches and flow ra nod more than common sweetness In the nlr I heard a low and pleasant sound and know not whence it came At last I saw the broad leaf of a flower move anti underneath 1 saw a procession of creatures of the size and color of green tool gray grasshoppers bearing a body laid out on a rose leaf which they burled with songs and then disappeared It was n fairys funeral Chicago News Does Your Back Ache If it does you should know that backache Is generally caused by weak or lisensed kidneys A medicine called Kidnets has all Its ingredients printed on the label so that everyone may know just what is in It II is the great kidney Bud bladder medicine It stops frequent urination Druggist and denIers sell it for50c i American to Judge Canadian Music Earl Grey governor general of Can ida has appointed Howard Brockway ho composer n native of Brooklyn is Judge for the Earl Grey musical md dramatic competitions which are to bo open to nil Canada and to last u week Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood itters streng thens etomah bowels and liver and purifies the blood Subscribe AltT J WL DOUGLAS 33594SHOESBOYS15J1OES I I 2111Z THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas shoes for the past six years and always find they are far superior ball other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability W O JONES 110 Howard Ave Utica N Y If I could take you into my large fac tories at Brockton Mass and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make c AlJTIOAiS w lliat W I DOIIBIS name and price ll itamiwit it Iii iiii Tiike Nu tiuktIUdeI- tynnrdrnlerranmde youwith lli1nli1I hoes write for Mal Hr a r ruao f wtnongias Dioekton MM FOR BHZ BY J C Nolte Bro FARMERS ATTENTION Invest yonr money in Ross Export Fitld Seeds Thov bring results for overy cent Invested If no do filer In your locality write to ROSS SEED CO LOUISVILLE KY who will put you In touch with your dealer DID PACKERS TRY TO BRIBE PROSECUTOR This Is the Story Thatt Is Out In Jersey City New York Feb 25For at lout two days It has been common talk among the Jokesmlths at the courthouse In Jersey Cltv that the pack ing Interests would send a representa tive on a delicate secret mission to sound Prosecutor of tho Pleas Garven on the question of accepting a bribe of generous dimensions to let up on his cold storage Investigation and back water on the prosecution of the direc tors of the National Packing company whom the grand jury has voted to In dict for conspiracy Reporters who visited the court house ran into half a dozen different stories all to the effect that an at tempt had actunlly been made to as certain directly from Mr Garven If he would consent to name his figure ann stop making trouble It was said that the man who tried to feel out the pros ecutor was an acquaintance and that the mysterious gobetween acted on the authority of two strangers who had been shipped from Chicago by the packers to servo as their agents In the fixing proceedings The amount offered Mr Garven according to the various versions was all the way up to 1000000 Nobody In the prosecutors office denied the bribe story Garven sent word from his office to waiting newspaper men that he was too busy to see them First Assistant George T Vickers was requested to ask Mr Garven to explain why In case any person tried to offer him a bribe he did not arrest him on the spot Mr Vickers entered the prosecutors private office and a minute later reappeared as the bearer of this statement Mr Garven says The propriety of making an arrest under the circumstances did not arise i The grand Jury will go Into open court today to hand up to Supreme Court Justice Swayzeo the Indictments which It voted to find against all but ono of the directors of the packing company Stubborn As Mules are liver anti bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres troubleLoss of AppetiteIndigestion Nervousuess Despondency Headache Dut such troubles fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stow ach and Liver remedy So easy 250 at Severs Drug Store n I Free Trip MexicoI l I Mar 15th and Apr 5th Tuesday noon Mar 16 Apr 5 our personally conducted ImlImlOn excursion will leave Evansville via the L N to Antinio Texas then to the Cross S Ranch near SanlW whore a two day stopover will bo made for the pur of demonstrating the wonderful opportunities offered 1mIIpose seekers and investors Farms in sizes and on terms toilm all purses Wo will show you alfalfa that may bo cut 7 to 0 times each year Ripe strawberries all kinds of W vegetables growing and ready for market date palms ng- sIomngelomonnprieotolivehnnnnnnndgmpofruit trees pOltm 11111 day land that produces from 200 to 800 per acres per year The price less than mighty pool hill farms in Kentuc Lky Two days of this inspection of Cross S then on to Old Mexico for a little real pleasure We have arranged with lD the Politico President of Gludnd Porfiro Diaz foi a day ofImij Mexican sports We are promised a bull fight cocking Im l mains steer roping hunting and fishing l The round trip faro from Evansville to Cross S Ranch and return is 30 The faro from Cross S Ranch to Old s Mexico and return is absolutely free our treatfI For sleeping accommodations on our special train write lD wire or phone us at once or call at our office Wo can have If Jj you back in Evansville in 8 days however your ticket is n good for 25 days with all stopover privileges returning 1l Two trips for the price of one The opportunity of a lifeNtime Do not miss itl Ask for illustrated Cross S Booklet E H IRELAND IV American Trust Bldg Evansville Indfg IJ r1pWEEKLY Courier= Journal n s HENRY WATTERSON EDITORwI- s a National Newspaper Democratic in politicspIt prints all the news without fear or favor Thetregular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL and the w gi ee Breckenridge NewsIrIsc scto toBoth150Li you will give or send your order to this paport1NOT to tho CourierJournalatatal atflJ II Daily CourierJournal One Year HI Sunday CourierJournal One Year rcpt tr lit I atJ 0e I We can give you a combination cut ratoon or Sunday if you will write this L biTe Tebli GET WISE 600 II sioost DnilyI paperpl dr Advertise po DcItv 8A1V 41J A fI rtiMJtII NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Much IIT1u help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they I sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Business Try a Breckonridgo News Want Ad The fact that they aro 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 Tho News office telephone them to 46 We will tell you tho cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient rMV I Si IIfI u lt Ii I iii I 7 j I = n u Car Load of Buggies Jest Received1D oqJ r tt 1I1 = II iJ TIcJl ii rIjY1 The Latest Styles of Autotop Buggies Surries and Runabouts I =at Prices in Reach of all = NOBODY SPARED WI Kidney Troubles Attack Clover port Men and Women Old t and Young i ills seize young and old 9Come quickly with little warning 1 1Children suffer In their early years Cant control the kidney secretions Girls are languid nervous suffer pain Women worry cant do daily work Men have lame and aching backs The cure for man woman or child Is to cure the causethe kidneys Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys Cure all forms of kidney suffering The following testimony proves it Mrs Ann E Ditman Olg Crittenden St Owensboro Ky says My son aged sixteen years was troubled by weak kidneys He was compelled to pass the kidney secretions frequently which was indeed very embarrassing tafhim We read of Doans Kidney Pills and seeing what other people were saying of them we decided to give them a trial They have remov ed the difficulty entirely and he is now In good health For sale by all denIers Price 50 cents FosterMilhurn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other COURT THREATENED Letter Written In Italian Was Sangul narlly EmbellishedINew York Feb 26Judge Ray of the United States district court who presided at the trial of Ignazlo Lupo and his gang of Sicilian counterfeiters and sent them to prison for terms ranging from thirty to fifteen years received while tho trial was on what purported to be a Black Hand letter written In Italian and saying in rough translation Oil the prisoners are not liberated you will die like a dog We have killed better men than you or Smith or Flynn J Smith fa Abel I Smith the assist ant United States district attorney who prosecuted Flynn Is Captain W J Flynn of the local federal secret service who arrested the Sicilians flo text of the letter was relnforc dwith sketches In ink of u heart pierced with a dagger and drops of blood falling from the wound Two II revolvers were drawn pointed at the bleeding heart and a black hand was drawn conspicuously The letter was posted in this city Judge Ray turned It over to the postofllco inspector After a heavy meal take a couple of Conns Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bowel- sAppreciatesfr The Notice My dear Mr Babbage We received a February 23rd issue of the Brecken ridge News and note the nice things you say about our Catalog which we appreciate very highly coming from such a good Critic We have already commenced to feel the good results from our work With kindest regards we remain Very truly yours Louis ville Paper Co tt T Prove What SwampRoot Will Do For You Send to Dr Kilmer Co Bingham ton N Yfor a sample bottle It- t will convince anyone You will also i receive a booklet of information tell all about the kidneys and bladder writing be sure and mention the II1hh News For sate at drug stores Price fiftycents and t 7onedoll are r U f 0- o a The largest and Most UptoDate line of Hardware a Full Line of Genuine American Wire Fencingall widths Furnit ure Plows Wagons Stoves Saddlery Harness Collars Trace Chains and anything you need in the way of Farm I Implements and Lumber IIJD ASHCRAFT Irvington Kentucky OUT OF THE ORDINARY Senate Much Impressed WTh GeneralII Gordons Farewell Address Washington Feb 26One of tho most Interesting and unusual events of recent occurrence in the senate wasI the farewell address of Senator James Gordon of Mississippi who has bee l serving by the appointment of th governor since the death of Senator MeLaurln and whose successor hasI recently been elected by the Missis sippi legislature The address wasI out of the ordinary- It dealt with war reminiscences oft personal experiences and was enliv ened by occasional dashes of humor and at times when it appealed for I cessation oC sectional feelings wasI pathetic Senators crowded aroundI their Mississippi colleague and man of them applauded his remarks Senator Depew made response expressing the regret of the senate at the retire ment of General Gordon Itching torturing skin eruption dis figure annoy drive one wild Doan Ointment brings quick relief and last lug cures Fifty cents at any drug5 store Greatly Appreciated The Louisville Times published i its issue of February 19 last a very well written and attractive article telling of the prominent and gifte Kentucky women who are engage in journalism Its author is Miss Louise Babbage who herself Swell within that description The article has elicited much favorable comment from a number of news papers Miss Babbage is a charming personality as well as a gifted talented writer and she is known a liThe Sweetheart of Kentucky Press a somewhat too collective title perhaps for the unattached editors of th State The Leader wishes her great I success in her chosen field of Journalism Fourth District Leader Children Cry FOR FLETC- IiERSCASTORIA LanguageeA peculiar kind of blundering known as folk ttymolofty IIs responsible for some of tin queerest freaks of Inn punge An easy example will make this clear Our American word carryall for a kind of vehicle Is not a compound of carry and nil but n slight distortion of the French earn changeawas made In obedience to the uni versal tendency to assimilate the un wordsymean something by associating them with other which they resemble In sound Often there Is no etymological relation between the words associated as when sparrowgrass Is made out of asparagus This particular corruption was once in such good colloquial uses that Walker the lexicographer wrote Spnrrott grass Is so general that UF paragus has an air of stiffness and pedantry Wants The Best Papers Dear MrBabbage as we can not tlget along without the News You will find enclosed 150 to renew my sub scription to News and weekly Courier Respectd fully Ky Ask Them About It For many years physicians and nurses have considered Kemps Balsam the best cough cure livery druggist and dealer in nudicine sells andrecom mends Kemps Balsam Ask the doctors the nurse or thr druggist about it It is for cough irritation of the throat bronchitis asthma and all throat nude lung troubles The price is sac a bottle f I SHE READ HIS SECRET Which Led Him to Express an Opinion on Married Life A young man from Kansas City was talking to a young woman from the same town whom he had met by acct dent at a matinee In New York The young woman was married The young man was not Youve heard that were to have a new theater back home time woman asked to make conversation Oh of course the young man an swered I get all the news J get n letter from Kansas City every day The woman began to laugh So whelp you go back homo for that vacation youre going to bo married she mused now did you know that the met cried We both said we wouldnt tell Anti now shes You told me yourself a few seconds ago everything but Ithe date she an swered You woe no matter how fond your ibrotheri may be of you or your unilcs or aunts or your mother or fut hI mono of these would send you a letter every day Theres only one person wlu writes a letter every day and thats a girl whos engaged to bo married her the rest of my sentence I added two and two Youre right the tutu mused Say a married man must have to play close to the bases It must bn like living with a mind temlernos ton Herald Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTO RlIA NOTICE When sending a news item to this of fice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interestEditor Subscribe today A CHILD GENIUS Ampere Dabbled In Mathematics at the Ago of Three Ampere who left his name to the science of electricity was n child gen Ins At the age of throe ho hnd taught himself to count with the aid of peb bles and had found out for himself a good many of the theories of arith arctic At this ago he became very III and was for three days denied food At the end of the fist he was given n biscuit but Instead of eatlncj It he broke It up Into pieces to count with an operation he considered more Inter esting He read everything with avidity Ills mind did not run In one channel and he welcomed every volume that came In his way When he was ton or twelve years old ho went to n library to ash for the works of n certain au thor The librarian told him in amuse Incut that the books were In Latin Time boy went homo chagrined for ho did not know Latin being a sickly child cued held buck from books as far as possible but after six weeks he ap geared again and told the librarian he hind I learned to read the books now Ampere In one of the few child prod igies who seems to have been sickly He hind fits from time to time while most child wonders appear to have been physically normalI In every rev specthxelinngeHis Critic What astonishes the visiting Briton most is the meager In which every kind of Immigrant to tin United States adapts himself to the jJlcmlllllg Ideas about Englishmen IIn tin course of conversation with the noble Italian who condescends to brighten shoes the visitor Informed the bootblack that he was an Englishman and English men laid a great respect for Italians and had entertained Garibaldi in grand 8t I- 1ItlglIs Ha ha Inglees said Diego In soft musical tones Ila They splc no good Dey droppa da hi latch I Exchange f I Iand most line ever in You 1 tion of to f get the best fit I Irat c ap espwRl9 7capq csc u pW Doctors Failed AgainThe Great Kidney Remedy Saved Him McMlnnvlllc Tenn July 31st 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y GentlemenAbout ten years ago I suffered severely with inflamation of the neck of the bladder and was also troubled considerably nights by numerous desires to urinate One night I was compelled to get up from my bed nineteen times I had several doctors but their prescriptions seemed to have but little effect At last neon the recommendation of a friend I tried SwampRoot and found immediate relief- I began to get well after the first half dozen doses and am now in an conI sider SwampRoot cured me and I believe it is a fine tonic and an un rivaled bladder remedy You may publish this statement at any time or place you may wish Yours very truly M T Bostick Subscribed and sworn to before me in my ollice at McMinnville Tenn this July lIst 1909 W A Johnson Notary Public Notice That resolutions of respect arc at 5 cents per linn Please do not send obituaries to the News without to pay for the of this kind of matter SUBSCRIBEu oo+ wswntaM a tJ1NVJW we w we aoevd rrM I An Event of Great Importance to Every Man 1I- III Woman and Child is Our Spring jusreceivedI Opening 1 We you to inspect the magnificent materials in every line we have New Dress Fabrics SilksSpring Ginghams LacesEmbroideries EmbroideriesCorsets rI ShoesThe largest complete handled Irvington should make your selec spring shoes early published expecting publication invite I Novelties Matting Lace Curtains Bleached Sheets Bed Etc SpreadsII Mens and Boys Clothing Wonderful Opportunities in All Departments A kyJ9LI7tfrJWJt IVJnAA p- rJ fl G i U 11 E i THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO i issued Every Wednosduy- tt inscription Price 100 a year in udvance i CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of iL 0 cents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money li advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please utify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give hNtr old as well as the new addr- essEIGIIT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1910 II We can not change yesterdaythat is clear Or Bring on tomorrow until it is here So all that is left for you or for me Is to make today as sweet as can be THIRTEENTH TEltM MAYBE VMLUCKY Wordcomes from Washington that Secretary of Agriculture James Wilsons service in President Tafts cabinet is to be brief The retirement of Secretary Wilson is believed to be imminent be cause of his testimony in the BallingorPincbot hearing before the Congressional committee On the stand the Secretary clearly showed that his management of the department was very inconsistent during the controversy between the Forestry Bureau and Secretary Ballinger And too the letter that Secretary Wilson trusted Pinchot to write to Senator Dolliver on department matters caused much damage from the fact that it contained an attack on the l residentIThis insult to the President having been delivered and read in the Senate throw a dangerous light upon Secretary Wilson as well as Pinchot which may soon develop as tho secret of Wilsons expected resignationSecretary Wilson is 75 and his ambition to servo in the Cabinet longer than any other man is being gratified for he is now serving his thirteenth year No wonder he was not alert in the Ballinger Pinchot affair Pigeon Roost Slick Creek Africa The Chute TinCan Alley and Eastland on the East Side and Cowheel St Hose Court Breck cnridgo Addition and The Mill on the West Side are of ShmteeII portance to the news gatherers of Cloverport at present town at the mouth of Clover creek is crowded with interesting and popular visitors The iron boat anchored there last week and everyone is busy gathering together old stoves coal buckets and old rags to sell to the rtibbage man One woman whom we had always con sidered an excellent financial manager for her household surprised us last WIck by selling him several of her husbands and sons coats for the minute sum of 26 cents Any colored man would have quick ly paid her no less than ono dollar for each garment There seems to be a ptuuliiir fascination in trading with the iron man- Y0 are ul vuys glad to welcome the rubbuge man for ho clears the The Facts About Pe= ru= na Is Peruna an alcoholic beverage in disguises Is it possible to use Pernna Bs a substitute for whiskey Do people buy Peruna and use it as a toddy or a bitters or a bracer It would be the easiest thing in the world for any ono to demonstrate the falsity ofsuch statements letany one go to the drug store and purchase a bot tie of Peruna lethim undertake to use itas beverage or take this remedy in doses considerably larger than those prescribed on the bottle Would the result be alcoholic intoxication Nothing of the sort Let any one try it and see Peruna is a medical compound quit i heavily loaded with medicinal ingred ients If taken in doses larger than prescribed it would produce a positive drug effect No one could take it as a beverage If any one doubts these statements try it and see We know that Peruna cannot be used as a bever age that it will not intoxicate that it cannot be used as a substitute for liquors We guarantee that PERUNA CONTAINS NO CHEAP WHISKEY OR ANY OTHER WHISKEY for that matterIIt contains a small per cent of cologne spirits absolutely essential to dissolve and hold in solution medicinal ingredients but the drugs contained in Peruna prohibit its use as a beverage It would be the easiest thing in tho world for any ono to demonstrate this if they chose to do so Peruna is sold everywhere THE INGREDIENTS ARE PLAINLY PRINTED ON EACH BOTTLE It has been said over and over again that chemists have analyzed Peruna and found it to contain only cubebs and whiskey Now we challenge any chemist to demonstrate any such statement Let any one who has oven a smattering knowledge of chemistry purchase a bottle of Peruna and see whether or not it contains whiskey find out for him self whether or not it is composed of cheap whiskey and cubebs Of course cubebs is one of the ingredients of Peruna but there are many other ingred ients Itcontains hydrastis canadensis corydalis formosa collinsonia and at least four other medicinal ingredients To be sure no chemist could so ana lyze Peruna as to be able to identify the various medicinal ingredients This is beyond the ability of any chemist But any ordinary chemistwpuld be able to say that Peruna is heavily loaded with medicinal ingredients of some kind in addition to cubebs Now why are these statements repeated when their falsity could be so easily demonstrated 1 Simply because there is continued hostility toward Pe runa on the part of the medical profession Very likely the magazines which took up the crusade against Peruna and denounced it as a cheap beverage were misled by statements of the medical profession Probably they were sincere in their attitude towards it But now after all these things have been said and refuted it would seem to be in order for such people to use a little fairness and common sense in tho matter Every time any one says that Peruna is nothing but cheap whiskey and cubebs he is telling a lie an absolute falsehood Most people intend to speak the truth But the prevalent habit of repeating other peoples statements without investigation as to their truth has led many wellmeaning people to say these false things about Peruna Used according to the directions on the bottle PERUNA IS A SAFE AND RELIABLE CATARRH REMEDY but like any other good medicine if taken in excess of those doses it will produce drug effects very unpleasant to the person who takes it Itis therefore up to every honest person to quit making such statements concerning Pernna or acknowledge that he is repeating slanders about whichr he knows nothing One might just as well say that Castor Oil is an intoxicant that if takea ia large enough doses it will operate as a booze Ifpeople never tried tt tee but simply repeated such statements about Castor Oil the majority of people would come to believe them Itis no easier to demonstrate I such a statenont about Castor Oil than it would be about Peruna I Any one vko takes Peruna knows that such statements are false To say that Perunft ill cheap whiskey and cubebs may constitute good material fork jokes on the nxdeville stage but there to no excuse for anyone who pretends to be truthfU saying over again this oftrepeated falsehood h Y 4 1 Thinking of a New Dress or Skirt for Easter is a time in the year wben everyone dons the new Spring clothes in fact it would not EASTER gala day it is without the new bright and pretty clothes that bedeck the person and makes one feel that the glad springtime is here Our new materials have arrived and we are safe in saying that we never had a more beautiful or varied assortment SERGE AT 50c YARD SILK POPLIN 125 YARD French and Storm Serge in all the now and staple shades 42inch Silk Poplin in all now and staple shades also black also black 86 inches wide very pretty and serviceable for dresses or skirts 42in Materials 75eYard Fancy Gray Worsteds French Serge Storm SergeC Shadow Stripe and Check Serges Silks Are To Be The Most 36in Black Taffeta 98c Superior quality rustle finish guaranteed woven in selvage suitable for onepiece suits separate waist and skirts Splendid quality silk for 98c19in Fancy Silks 59c In hairline stripes sheperd checks and fancy figured effects all the seasons new combinations yard 59c In a new big this best also dots as W St 213 and streets store rooms and collars and instills in our bones an ambition for spring Lot us clean up our yards and get ready for the violets and Easter lilies It would bo very wise for the lovers to write to lien JohnsonJ to push the Carter Bill which for the second time is to This bill for impera tively needed reforms in the that will bo nec essary before the get a squaro deal If this sorely needed is not forced we who for the will have to foot the postage bills for the The is in out so much printed matter that is never opened after it reaches its and is only a bunch ofI mail that is for the to handle The increase of postage rate thut falls on our is and we as a people should not allow it letters written to Ben Johnson will receive and everyone by means should request him to look after the Carter Bill Col Henry says and tis true that It is men sums not men that stir our wrath It is the power that we contest The country needs every ones in a while a change of parties It a change for the sake of the change On general the need a good licking They need it to recall them to the sense that there is a country a people and a God A copy of the March number of the Taylor came to our desk this week and we are pleased to mention it to our readers as one of the most we know Its suc cess is the that has over in the literary circles of the South if you fail to renew your when it expires your paper must be matters not whether you are our next door or first cousin Under tho now postal laws the manager is no persons School District It you want the best flour buy the patent flour The tarmers have been quite busy de livering their tobacco since the recent rains t I I Miss Mary Brown of Victoria passed through here Saturday enroute to Clo verport and Dukes to visit relatives William Pumphrey was in Cloverport Hallie Beatty visited Mr l Mrs Fred of Victoria fromI Saturday until Monday I i 42481nMateriris I 100 Series Panamas Cloths in Colors mixtures 42 48 l wide Favored Fabric This Spring Messaline is good in all the new and also white cream and black 19 inches wide at the very low price 59c Rough Pongee are very for the dress coat suits This silk is wide and comes in all also white and black 24 TO 26INCH FOULARD SILKS and variety of seasons plain grounds with the 59c Yard 330334 Market Mail Orders Fourth AvenueGivenLouisville KentuckyCareful Attention Congressman now presented provides Postofiico beparhnent legislation subscribe magazines publications government needlessly extravagant sending destination expensive goverment magazines outrageous Courteous Congressman consideration all Watterson needs now principles Republicans especially magazine delightful publications greatest happened subscription subscription respectorof McGavocks LewisportBEST Plain Plain magazines MondayMiss and Matthews Yard and Satin black also inches 19in Satin 59c flessaline always staple shades Silks 75c Pongees popular onepiece and 27inches shades styles staple priced follows 50c 65c 75c and 85c Prompt cleaning magazine Congress oneparty Trotwood Remember discontinued neighbor and grey and We are all quite encouraged over th II pretty warm weather we are having at present and the farmers think they can soon begin their spring work in earnest Several around here have whoopin cough aud mumps Hugh McGcvern was in Cloverport FridayMrs James Larkin and children Mary and Thomas were the guests oft Mrs J M Beatty Thursday Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm If you ore troubled with nasalI catarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and soothing to theI Sensitive membrane that lines the airpassages It is made to overcome the disease not tb fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There Is no cocaine nor mercury in it Do not beI talked into taking a substitute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists selli it Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New Yor- kNARNED Big Newsy Letter From A Busy Town And Neighborhood I Locals And Personals If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BUST patent flour Allie Weatherford of Sunny Dale came up Sunday and was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs A Weather fordC D Payneof Hites Run was in town Tuesday Miss Bettie Beard left Friday for Illinois where she will spend sometime Misces Lettie and Delia Baker were in town Friday shopping Mrs L A Davis went to Hardins burg Wednesday Mrs Allie Weatherford has returned home after spending several days with her mother Mrs Jennie Greene n Ati iMisses L A Davis and Jennie Payne were the guests of Mrs O R Payne Saturday Mrs Jessie Nix is spending a few days at Germantown the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Nix There are several cases of lagrippe in and around our town and doctors are being kept busy J M Beatty and son Joy of nfar Cloverport were here last Monday on business There was quite a large crowd attended the sale at Henry Davis Friday Mr Davis will leave at once for Okl homa to visit Mr and Mrs Eugene HaynesMr Mrs Wilson of near Bewley yule came down Friday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs John Weather fordRobt Weatherford and daughter Miss Bessie B and Master Taylor Gray went to Hardinsburg Thursday Mrs James Payne is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Homer Alexander have moved to their new home in the country Mr and Mrs Alexander are both fine young people and may their future days be filled with happiness and sunshine Mr and Mrs Bud Bruington left Tuesday for Stephensport where they will make their home Miss Ola Gray is ill at this writing The infant child of Mr and Mrs Glasscock died Friday and was buried at the Scott grave ya- rdCASTOR IIA For Infants and Children Thi Kind You Have Always Begirt Bears the- Signature of 4g A pair of doll shoes or slippers free to every little girl that gets pan 11 mamma sister or brother to buyttlyshoes or oxfords at Noltes during tkii next 30 days 5 i n cl u J 4 7Rx r Alable Remedy CATARRH FOR R TdogAco g Elys Cream Balm k quickly absorbed H ttves Rellel at Onco tit cleanses soothes keels and protects thediseased mom tjbrano resulting from Oatarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly Restores tho Senses of Tasto and Smell Full siro 50 cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers 75 els- IHy Brothers GO Warren Street Now York f 1 the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1910 ForCongress Wc Arc authorized to annonnco Col lion Johnson an a candidate for reelection to CongresasubleCt to tho action of tho Demo tcratlo Primary tobo held March 121910 t f PERSONAL f AND LOCAL I Mrr Reem Pate has been ill Nat Taul was in town Monday I Mrs C W Batterfleld is improving in health I Missl Cleona Weatherholt entertains thin afternoon y Mrs Joe Sawyer and daughter Jane were in Louisville last week Beautify your Lawn with Noltesi Fancy Blue Grass get it today f Mrs Wm Boutcher of Lewisport jras the guest of relatives Sunday f Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro has beenvstting Mr anti Mrs Bowmer Mr and Mrs James Cordrey have retureed from Chicago and Evanston Ill Miss Ray Beyser has gone to Evans ton 111 to he the guttt of Mils Linni- I Huy 1 UK Tyson Pittsburg Pa was th guest of Miss Carrie Pate the first of the week r Mrs Chas Moorman of Versaills i vjsitinjr her parents Mr and Mrs W Hi Bowmer fMiss Esther Frank of Evansville Ind came Saturday to visit relatives lat Mattingly Chas Crary of Middleport Oho Iwas the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Murray Sunday r Herbert Jolly Cooney Severs and Herbert Bruner of Union Star have to California J ton fis Abe Skillman entertained the Ladies Reading club most delightfully Thursday afternoon Mrs Lucetta Hendrick is going to jNewlou Kans soon to visit her brother Dr SeHtou Wm Head Tie Inspector of the L H St L was a welcome visitor to Cloverport yesterday Mrs Ryan who has been ill at the home of her daughter Mrs L B Petkins is improving Mr and Mrs Sherley Bennam of Meade county were the guests of Mr and Mrs John A Barry Sunday Robert E Pierce went to St Louis last week and then to Shnvnee Okla 6vis5t his brother Murray Pierce Evansville and Tobinsport Oil and i 3aij Company are to put down two ttst J veils for oil Start building rig todayII jlSee J H Rowland about twenty pay ife 1 stud twenty year endowment policies on the monthly payment pllluII t1lf Brown of Rockport and Mr mUMrs Wm Brown of St Louise I i visiting Mrs Watt Jarboe last eekIMrfl 1 A L Ports friends will be iratified to learn that she is convales I entafter serious illness of two weeks I x n4e 1 JJ Mtv and Mrs David Phelps opened fieir home in Pigeon Roost WednesII a evening to the young society people t jpoverport l KVVY E Wroe who is making blslSi f- itiome with his son Thos L Wroo is proving Mr Wroe has had antt ick of grip miss Daisy Dean of Glendeane and Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsville have turned alter a pleasant visit to Mrs 5B Fisher and friends jtt 1 frs Thos Bohler has bad a very eriou9 attack of grip Her daughter 1 MrsuWilbur Gregory was called from a i Louisville P last week to be with bertj J ChicagoJn Ira jas Cordrey this week and some flhd geode will be opened Saturday Hisses Eva and Elizabeth May gave pretty evening party for Miss Georgia f j Mites guests Miss Reba Lewis and Uie Daisy Dean Saturday evening of Itweek jfciias Furrow who has suffered with kutumatism all winter is able to walk reund in his Immediate neighborhood Cr f1 Furrow hopes to get up in III iwn soon Mrs Polk goes to Cincinnati next ik to buy her millinery Roods And live an opening in time for Easter Walton of Earlai gar will ifcjr trimmer ftlbur Chapin who has a position in a clothing store in Louisville spout Sunday at home with Mr and Mrs L V Chapin He is doing well and has the promise of success Mrs Gross of Holt is visiting Mrs Filo Dellaven Mrs J P Simons of Tobiusport Ind was here yesterday Mr Bush Wm Claycomb Harry Gans and Preston Fori were in the city Saturday The Epworth League will glue a social to the members Thursday night in the reception rooms of the church The springhats mid Easter materials at Mrs Cordrey will be different from any goods brought iota Ureckeuridge county this season as they were all bought in Chicago and Cincinnati Mr and Mrs L V Cliapin were host and hostess to a beautiful dinner at their home Sunday The guests were Miss Letitia Chapin of Cincinnati Wilbur Chnpin of Louisville and Miss Annie Jennings of this place fH E Milliner of Union Star was here Friday to meet his brother Dr Millner of Patesville Mr Millner s a prosperous farmer of Breckenridge He said hogs are selling higher now than they have since 1870 The line of preparations specialized by the FrancoAmerican Hygenic Company are toilet essentials of such a superior character that it is a pleasure for the United States Health Report to give them editorial endorsement These toilet articles are sold by Mrs James Cordr y Henderson Route Notes Annual Session Ancient Order Of The Mys tic Shrine New Orleans La Reduced fares front Cloverport to New Orleans and return April 80IO11 For further information call on agent classecolonists fares to California and thee north west March 1st to April 15 BIG FIRE- s John Matthews Loses Home pleat House and HouseHold Furniture Loss 1500 J i John Matthews home household J goods and meat house were destroyed by fire Monday morning at 12 oclock 1 His loss was 1000 or more and he had uu insurance of 500 Origin of fire not known II I Mrs Wells Better 1 l Mrs Wells who has been so critically ill during the last few weeks is showing wonderful vitality Her son Capt Kay and his daughter Mrs Lovejoy of Evansville have been here to see her II H Kemper Resigns as Cashier Of First State BankWill I Move West Mr H H Kemper has sold his stock in tho First State DAnk of Irvington to Mr C M McGlothlan of West Point and has resigned his position us Cashier to take effect April 1st He will be succeeded by a very fine young man i and an excellent cashier Mr Jesse Payne of West Point There will be no other changes in the cheers of the bank n H Koupers friends and they are numerous hate to see him leave the Dank and Irviugton He has been a great factor in the progress of that town and will be mifsed He isa progressive liberal enterprising citi zen Has always bten ready and will lug with his means and his influence to help along his town in any and nil enterprises that build and make towns Mr Kemper and his excellent wife will both be missed in Irvington Our PostMaster Has is Grand Time Up The Pike PostMaster Oelze hada most delightful time at Hardinsburg Monday night at The Grand Lodge meeting He was smiling nil day yesterday over tho way the Hardinsburg Masons treated him Additional Hardinsburg Herbert M Beard has bought the DennieSheeran residence on Main Stg for 1700 Mr Sheeran will move to his farm on the Harned road within the npxt three weeks when Mr Beard will take posessfon The Stockholders of the Breckenridge Fair association met here Monday and elected the following directory II M Beard Chas H Drury Jesse Howard Mike Miller W R Moorman Jr Finley Miller C V Robertson Percy M Beard John OKiley These directors will meet here next Saturday- to elect officers for the ensuing year Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeauc is visiting her sister Mrs D R Murray 1 iit For Pain inChes Y For sore throat sharp pain in lungs tightness across the chest hoarseness or cough lave the parts with Sloans Liniment You dont need to rub just lay it on lightly It penetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble relieves congestion and stops the pain Heres the Proof- Mr A W Price Fredonla Kans says t We have used Sloans Lini ment for a year and find it an excel lent thingfor sore throat chest pains colds and hay fever attacks A few drops taken on sugar stops cough- Ing and sneezing Inst- antlySloans Linimentis easier to use than porous plasters acts quicker and doesff not clog up the pores of the skin It is an excellent antiseptic remedy for asthma bronchitis inflammatorydiseases throat and chest will break up the deadly membrane in an attack of croup and will kill anykind of neuralgia or rheu raatic pains opSloansPrices 2Sc SOc 100 Dr Earl S Sloan BOSTON MASS Liberal Prize Offered The Bank of Hammsburg and Trust Company tine to its policy of helping In Query worthy eiititprise offrrs H prize of ten dolln w in gold to the Public echo 1 pupil who w1I make the highest average per rant in passing the May graduation XHitnnuttoii The oflVr is opii to the county and is for all pupils under twenty who nrr not preparing to teach this year Bud who will take no examination in IgiO for teachers rertificnte All others are Invited and it is hoped that there will passlui admission to the High School it is urged that every pipil whit can pass tike ituud be nmly for Sptembnr matriculating in the splendid four year course adopted for our county WEBSTER NOTES If you want tho best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Jake Kendall and wife spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Halt Mr and Mrs A die Kendall were with them for dinner- H H Norton sold to Henry Gibson two very fine two year old mules Consideration 350 Mrs J T Drane is visiting in Lou isville H C Haddock spent Sunday in Gus ton the guest of Jas Smith Mrs Shumate is visiting her daughter Mrs H C Stewart Miss Ossie Payne Miss Mildred St Claire and Miss Annie Belle Carden spent Sunday with Mrs Annie Kurt Pate Norton visited H H Norton SundayJune Basham was in Louisville Sunday Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce Co John Chism visited his parents at Kosmosdnle Sunday Vernon Drane who has been in school at Kingswood for several weeks at home Ben Bates of Irvington came Iowa Wednesday and enjoyed a fine fox hunt with Chester Payne and Scott Knott Miss Annie Bell Cardon visited Miss Mildred St Clair Saturday Miss Ora Hendricks of Cloverport spent Sunday at home Mr and Mrs Thos Lyddan spent Sunday with J C Crutcher- J C Crutcher was in Louisville last weekMr spentSundayMrs Will Tomer spent Saturday the of her parents Arthur Drane was the guest of Miss Mary Mercer of Raymond Sunday Mr and Mrs Mike Lyddan visited Mrs T B Henderson Sunday Miss Stella Wright visited Miss Vera McGavock Sunday Hall Drane is in Louisville this week STEPItENSPORT If yon want the best flour buy the I Lewisport BEST patent flour The baptist church had quite a large crowd Sunday it being visitors day at Sabbath school There was several1 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Co Mrs B guests Mrs Saturday was QOMLet Your Measure For That EASTERSUIT SUITNow We represent a house that pleases its patrons therefore we are ready E to offer you garments better than Q HI can be bought elsewhere MI- p Satisfaction Guaranteedo IDIJ C NOLTE fie BROIIIL p 0 CLOVERPORT KY I tn 00Ir 0JllrDOHu- dson 11 01 Bros Cos Combination Sale Hudson Bros Co hold their Annual Combination Sale of HighClass Business Pleasure Horses 1T TiIVIltt SALE LOUISVILLE KY ON MARCH 31 AND APRIL AND 2 1910 We solicit your patronage we can get you satisfactory prices for your horses Entries close March 18th Write for entry HUDSON CO 108 Main St LOUISVILLE hh 1rgg0 yqre rM rMiOrs- R Farm For S leII I have fur sale either for cash on a good farm of 139 acres lying about 3 miles lcrmsII Hnrdinsburg Four cotUige and buildings Well watered and good land Call in write me at once I most reasonable tobaccoI J JOHN OREILLY Executor t 11Hardinsburg Ky f J4r J 4 EjI1cJ1I 010I IIQlr 0 lIcl1 O rrrJJI I J MARION WEATIIEUHOCT Cashier J A llAltUY J a BANK OF OLOVERPORIncorporated IW03 U Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2260000po wish all a Happy Prosperous Now Year and desire to thank those who have con WEtributed 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 It be orimall II we will appreciate and give it our best attention It Is better to keep adding to a small account than to Uj be continually a small one If you are not already a customer invite jourHttention our board QO of directors composed of successful business men who direct tne iffalrs of this bank Fully insured lntrest paid QO flJJIO O as 0JIl2W Ioi I 1J I LI0OI 00 rr4fIl A EVERY FARMER= II- As well us ovary business stun should have 1a hunk account WHY mousy is safer in the bunk than anywhere else BecauseYour bills by chuck is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays It gives you a better standing with business mono in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bunk does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvingnon Produce Lionel Connor is improving after several days illness J Morgan and Miss Nellie Thompson were of AnnieI Dleckmau of near Sample Jess Walls of Hardinsburg ii- r in Ir IN Ml JI will and STABLES I believing blanks BROS E KY I ilelA or reasonable room other on farm person or I and heretofore whether large very we toreducing your Money desiring town Saturday Mrs John Adair is visiting her daughter Mrs J N Alsop at Owens boroMrs Nancy Dowel is ill Mrs Rhodes of Irviugton is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Novitt Ed Jamison of Toledo Ohio was the guest of Mr and Mrs R A Smith lone day last week He came to see his U n L father who bus been feeble for several weekseMrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman have returned home after spending several days in Owensboro The friends of Mr and Mrs F C JutbelrtrMrs t i r ri1 IY w- L Rl i I f N18MN00N ++ Nee + tr eNe 1is0000400000000 I f frThe Lu tQ i i j What humans arc chiefly hunt ing for nowadays is inspiration in one form or another This story cannot fail to give its reader inspiration and therefore Us value can hardly be overes timated The magic of the love of man for woman that aroused simply by the sound of a VoiceI causes a young millionaire to cross oceans and traverse foreign lands to find his fate was never better pictured TheI story is intensely romantic andI alluringly mysterious The in sidious evils of unwise marriage with foreign noblemen arc cleverly shown and the familiar Italian brand of intrigue is laid bare The author shows that the reward of patience and purity is happiness and that the wages of sin is death He makes you laughwhen he pictures the ad ventures of an American comic opera troupe stranded in foreign lands He makes you thrill with the wanderlust when he describes La Bella Napoli and the vineI covered slopes that rim the Mediterranean CHAPTER I TIlE VOICE IN TilE FOG UTof the unromantic nightI out of the somber blurring O January fog came a voice lifted in sung a soprano rich full mid round young yet ma tured sweet and mysterious us a night birds haunting rued elusive as the murmur of the sell In a shllalilt from Lu Mlle do Mine Angot alight opera lung since forgotten InJJ New York Hlllard genuinely aston fished lowered hIs pipe and listened The voice rose and sunk and soared again drawing nearer and nearer ItIwas joyous and unrestrained and I there was youth In it the touch of spring and the breath of tlowers The I music was Lecouqs that Is to say French but the tongue was of a coun try which Hlllard kuew to be the galC den of the world Presently he obII served H shadow emerge from tile yellow mist to cone within the circle otII light which faint as It was limned In I against the nothingness beyond the form of a woman She walked directly under his wndowIAs the invisible comes suddenly out of the future to assume distinct pro portions which either snake or mar us do did this unknown cuntatrlce COllie out of the fog that night mud enter Into Hlllnrds life to rendjtmt Its ambi tions to divert Its aimless course to give Impetus to it and n directness which hitherto It lad not known Ah He leaned over the sill at n perilous angle the bright coal of his pipe spill lug cometwlBc to the areaway bolqw lie was only subconscious of having spoken but this syllable was suiliclcnt to spoil the enchantment The ceased abruptly with an odd olcoII The singer looked up Possibly astonishment surpassed even that of her audience For a few minutes she hull forgotten that she was in New York she had forgotten the pain In- srr heart there hind been only an Ir resistible longing to slug Though she raised her face he could distinguish no feature for the light was behind However he was a man who made up his mind quickly Bru nette or blond beautiful or otherwise It needed but a moment to find out Even as this decision was made he was in the upper hall taking the stairs two at a bound He ran out into the night bareheaded Up the street he raw a flying shadow Plainly she had anticipated his Impulse She was gone Ho cupped his ear with hla hand In vain There was nothing but j tog and silence Well If this doesnt beat the Dutch he murmured lIe laughed disappointedly It did S not matter that he was three and thir ty He still retained youth enough to- Y feel chagrined at such a trivial defeat 1 Here had been something like a gen w V nine adventure and it had slipped like q jwater through his clumsy fingers j 1 Deuce take the fog But for that f Id have caught her But reason promptly asked him what he should have done had he h f it caught the singer Yes supposing ho J Lad what excuse would he have bad f t to offer Who could she be What 1l 1F fJf the jjSkBy I HAROLD MAC GRATIIii 4 Copyright 1908 by the BoLbs Merrill Co 44N41NO994 O0a1m0+ peculiar whimsical freak hud sent her Kinging past his window at 1 oclock of the morning A grand opera singer returning home from n late supper But he dismissed this opinion even as he advanced it lIe knew something about grand opera singers They nt tend Into suppers It Is true but they ride home In luxurious carriages and never risk their golden voices lu this careless if romantic fashion As for being a comic opera star he refused to admit the possibility and he relegated this well satisfied constellation to the darks of limbo He had heard a voiceA came lumbering over t- odd o or subtract his quota of interest In Ithe affair IIHlard wisely stopped and waited for him 1 heard n woman slnglu the guard- Ian of the law said roughly So did I Huh I See her For a moment Hlllnrd admitted Well we cant have none o this 1In the streets Its disorderly My friend said Hlllard rather annoyed at the policemans tenet you dont think for an instant that I was directing this operetta V Think Wheres your hat Hlllard ran his hand over his head The policeman had him here I did not bring It out Too warm and flummery huh It dont look good Ive been watchln these parts for n leddy They call her Leddy Llghtflnger an she has some o the gents done to a pulp when It COllies to liftin jools an trinkets Somebody fcrglts to lock the front door an she finds it out Why did you come out without ycr lid Just forgot it thats nil Which wayd she go Youll need a trap and a search light I started to run after her myself I heard n voice from my win dow I saw a woman 1 mode for the street niente Huh e NIentc nothing Oh I see dago Seems to me now that this woman was slngln 1tnlyan too They were nearing the light and the policeman gazed Intently at the hatless young man Why Its Mr Hlllard Im surprised Well well Some day Ill run In a bunch o these chorus teddies jes fer a lesson They Kit lively at the restaurants over on Broadway un thin they raise the dead with their slugln which often as not Is anything but slngln An here It is after 1 glut this was not a choniR Judy replied Hlllard thoughtfully reaching Out of the somber joy came a voice lifted In song into his vest for a cigar The lad had a singing voice HuhI They all think alike about that But mcbbe she wasnt bad a the business Annyhow It was rather out of time and place eh helpfully Thats about the size of It ThisI Leddy Llghtflnger Is a case She ban1 us all thlnkin on our nights oft Clev er an educated an jabbers In halt a dozen tongues Its a thousan to the man who jugs her But she dontl sing at least they aint any report t sthat effect Perhaps your leddy Iva I Jes larkin a bit But Its got to b stopped Hlllard passed over the cigar andI n w OWES tIEReJ 0LIFE TO Lydia 13 Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Chicago IllIwas troubled with falling nut1 inflammation and the doc tors said I could not get well unless I operationI stand the strain of one so I wroto to you sometime ago about my healthand you told mo what to do After taking Lydia E Vegetable Blood Purifier i am todaya well womanMrs WIMJAM AIIKENS 088 W 21st St Chicago 111 Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetablo Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in the country and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn Mass from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints inflammation ul cerationdlsplacementsflbroid tumors petfodicpainsbackacheIndiestion prostrationEvery PInkhamsVegetable If you would like special advice about your case write n confiden tial letter to Mrs Pinlclmm at Lynn Mnss Her advice is free and always iiclnful the policeman tilt oil the end nodding with approval at such foresight Didnt get a peep at her face Not a single feature The light was behind her An how was she dressed In fog for all 1 could see On the level now didnt you know who she wus The policeman gave Hillard a sly dig In the ribs with his clubOn my word Some swell mebbe Undoubtedly a lady Thats why It looks odd why It brought me Into the street She sang in classic Italian And whats more for the privilege of hearing that voice again I should not mind sitting on this cold curb till the milkman comes around In the morn- Ing That wouldnt be fer long laughed the policeman taking out his watch and holding it close to the end of his cigar Twenty minutes after 1 Well I must be glttln back to me beat Been to Italy- I was born there patiently No Why youre no dago Not RO much as an eyelash The stork happened to drop the basket there thats all Ha I see Well Amerlky Is good enough fer me an mine complacently I dare say An if this stogy continues to behave well say no more about the van ishin leddy The policeman strolled off his suspicions In nowise removed lIe knew many rich young bachelors like Hillard If it wasnt a chorus lady it was a prima donna which was not far from being the same thing IIHlard regained his room and leaned with his back to the radiator He hind an Idea It was rather green and salad but ns soon as his hands were warm he determined to put this Idea into Immediate use The voice hind stirred him deeply stirred him with the longing to hear it again to learn what extraordinary Impulse had loosed the song Never the winter came with its weary round of rain and fog and snow that his heart and mind did not flyover the tideless southern sea to the land of his birth if not of his blood Sorrento that jewel of the sun bathed cliffs With a quick gesture of both hands Latin always Latin he crossed the room to a small writing desk turned on the lights and sat down After several attempts he realized that the letter he had In mind was not the sim plest to compose There were a dozen futile efforts before he produced any thing like satisfaction Then he filled out a small check A little later he stole downstairs around the corner to the local branch of the postofilce and returned It was only a blind throw such ns dicers sometimes make in the dark But chance loves her true game ster and to him she makes a faithful servantHe up a novel I should be sorely tempted to call any other man a silly ass Lcddy Lightflngcr It singeryturned out to be that Irregular per son yawnedtHe shied the book Into a corner drew off his boots and cast thorn into the ball A moment after his valet ap peared gathered up the boots and waitedI nothing Giovanni I have only been around to the postofflce I heard the door open and close four times signor notsmorningeIt always rains here Giovanni rev Imarked a 0- A Not always There are pleasant days in the spring and summer It 1Is because this IIs not Italy The nol lauder wonders how any reasonable being can dwell lit a country where they do not drink gin Its home Gin vannl Italn pelts you from a differ cut angle here There Is nothing more You may go It Is 2 oclock and you are dead tor sleep But tlovnnnl only bowed lIe did notBtlrIt seven years now signor So it is seven this coming April I am now nn American citizen and may return to my good Italia without dangerThat depends If you do nut run across any official who recognizes youGiovanni spread his hands Official memory seldom lasts so long as seven years The signor has crossed foUl times In this period I would gladly have taken you each time as you know Oh yes Hut In two or three years the police do nut forgot In seven it Is different Ah UlllnrJ was beginning to un derstand till trend of Itits conversa tion So thou you wlslrtoI return Yes slpnor1 I I I hive slued a little mOney mi drstly A llftiVl Hlihird laughed For seven yearsI cur have ivcetved fifty Amerlitin iliillarx IVITV tumuli null out nf it yell in nut spend IIH runny copper rote ii i IMII ri rtiiit that you have vttnn Hn tu lr i HWIIV In your stocking n Innute- II bliy me II li1 fur 1 Ill yl inri boots gravely Hlllnrd saw tie twlnklp I li Ile lhcl eyes I have never he sid truthfully asked you to hr u err Iott I Penance sfcutir t 111111 rtll in sins nod I am not without gruiltwV There was n time when I hind nttljrI i cut off a hand than bunk a boot lint nil that Is changed We of the Snlilw hills are proud as Ithe signor knowr Wo orp Romans out there We despise the titles and we do not hold out our palms for the travelers pennies IInln- n peasant but always remember the Mood of tho Caesars Wlm can sny Besides I have held a sword for thq church I owe no allegiance to the puny house of Savoy There was 2j twinkle In the black eyes now There was n ferocious gleam Pardon si gnor 1 grow boastful 1 am old anti should know better But does the sl gnor return to Italy In the spring I dont know Giovanni I dont know But whats on your mind Nothing new signor with eyes cast down to hide the returning lights You are a bloodthirsty ruffian said Hlllard shortly I um as the good God made me Besides the holy father will do some thing for one who fought for the causelIe will certainly not countenance bloodshed Giovanni He can absolve 1L I was In hopes you had forgotten Forgotten The signor will never understand She was so pretty and youthful and Innocent She sung like the nightingale Up with the dawn to sleep with the stars We I r I Sewn years I It Is a long time to wait were alone she aid 1 The sheep sup ported me and she sold her roses null dried lavender It was all so beau tiful till bo came Ah had he loved her But a plaything a pastime The signor never had a daughter What is she now A nameless thing In the streets 1 Giovanni raised his arms tragically Tie boots clattered to the floor Seven years It Is a long time for one of mv blood to watt To be continued NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage WP KILLTHII000CHAND WITH Dr Kings Discoverya Foafl COUCHSPRICEFree AND ALl THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATYSFACTOI3 OR MONEY REFUNDED j u lY IV fL Kentucky School Teachers and Normal Training Present and prospective teachers of Breclconridge and ad joining counties arc invited to consider the now Normal Do parttnont of Kingswood CollegeSpe- cialI uptodate normal training is offered hero under par ticular favorable environments Normal students have advantages of good musical instruc tions good Literary Societies and the inspiration and stimilus of advanced college associations and in addition will be al lowed one or moro studies in the collegiate department free of charge N Our second term begins January 1 1910 Much of this tnrui will be devoted to the preparation of teachers for practi cal work in the common schools The principal of this department seeks to find out wherein each pupil is deficient then to supply the needed help 1 Persons who do well the normalwork at Kingswood mul expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to succeed in the profession of teaching Wo do no cramming here but good honest and thoro work Tuition in this department 20 twenty dollars per term J W HUGHES President 4r rf RURAL TELEPHONES Mr Farmer are you interested i If so call ontho manager ofthe Cumberland Telephono tiff Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special Far mora Line rate GUM ERUKD TEl EPHf NE 1EUGWFH CWMV Incorporated Jo 4I1 IID tSaV BY ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS I for only 25 The regular price is Jtoo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at tho low rate of SZ5 Books and stutiopery are included No time limit If not ready I now buy one for future use t PRINOIP L r Tzr- t NCa nBUSINESS COLLEGE Second and Walnut Streots AT1 0- iLOUISVILLI3KY f L fra rLouisville Auto Show Great CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS ACCESSORIES ETC OfSUNDRIES AEROPLANE Music and Decorations Afternoons 25c Evenings 50c For Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealers Association v 1 E THE Filth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mn- grQ3Ppli WWiWi1IH J 1yr r h w I PURCHASING 1I March 171819 at th- oArmory MOTORCYCL- ESExhibit f jTlio most centrally located mad only flrstclasa1 hotel In the city making a200rato Only one block trom the princi pal shopping district two blocks from tho principal theatres Street cars pass tho door to all parts of the city J Everything neat ond clean Tg I J r 04 1f r RPORT OF TAX COMMISSION TO GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY mutter compromise with lonscicnco listing bondat seeking justify himself ground upon amounts confiscation there encouraged evading effect actuality perjures himself Virtually only bonds listed thoso hands administrators guardians trustees belonging dependent people which have them from estates husbands fathers that their ownership become matter public record through laws governing appraising settling estates While these people who afford bear unjust burden thoir holdings class property ninny millions dollars bonds belonging wealthy most wholly escape taxation flagrant injustice practi alexemption needs argument cannot remedied under xisting laws attempt exact from class property taxes largo proportion income defy both economic human nature Other ways found requir owners bonds reasonable upon their holdings that does along lines general property which Kentucky bound With proper latitude treat entof matter given Legislature amendment Constitution heroin recommended possible adopt such Methods grolitly reduce evasion taxation bondhold steadily increase listing class property ation reasonable axiom taxation that when exceeds income from property burdonsomo when approaches becomes unbearable when exceeds percent fails produce increase revenue proportion increase There general agreement among revenue issioners exports political economists from property character larger actual revenue realized from lower btablo examples success policy found Mates Pennsylvania Maryland opinion especially wise impose upon bonds issued State municipalities school districts should levied upon States promises principle shouldapply obligation minor civil divisions these obliga ions merely results making difficult counties school districts borrow money reasonable that extent discourages many necessary public improvements therefore included recommendation provision exempt- g such bonds from taxation EFFECT THE MORTGAGE TAX Our plan levying upon mortgages uniform with upon other kinds property effect probably expected advocates system State limits interest Manifestly private citizen money when obliged give nearly onfhalf income taxes result many carts State field mortgage investment been virtually private investor driven penalties swat expense borrower This greatly restricted mount funds available mortgage loans This restriction works convenience upon upon poor richman ors rarely mortgages often only poor etting money with which build home enlarge busines provo property Instead going open field borrows money with chanco getting sometimes lower Merest because good supply capital available mortgage virtually restricted sources trust companies banks foreign insurance companies trust jmpaniesand State banks lend without feeling pinch upon mortgages they hold because they taxes upon capital surplus lump regardless whether their jstmonts mortgages other asset trust companies found everywhere been clearly demonstrated Now prk Massachusetts other States enforcement ofu mortgages operates increase interest This burden course upon borrower There further injustice taxation mortgages practic because then mortgage upon which extent amount mortgage unjust double taxation And lain adds burden borrower because lender seek every possible means throw borrower phase subject taxation received attention open meetings held your Commissioners State question taxation mortgages upon estate eeting hear protests against system injustice everywhere assorted fre people Kentucky alone recognizing unfair such many States whore Constitution Illtnctive than relief been afforded various ways kiifornia Colorado Connecticut Massachusetts Now Jersey llnsin Louisiana mortgages estate treated inter jiin property mortgages either taxed njera property permitted deduct amount from assessed value property borrower Blender enter contract concerning payment taxes that there may double taxation Now York special paid mortgago when filed record thereafter enacted Pennsylvania mortgages taxed only cents hundred dollars PlOpmortgaged located Maryland certain counties fcpor cent upon interest mortgage collected from mortgage States Idaho Washington Ksnpt mortgages from taxation Washington exemption somewhat strained construction onj opinionjhcwuniform equals that manifest system which elects property double taxation uniform equal roliof could expected Kentucky whore courts have otherwise that relief from double taxation mortgages VirginiaMinnesotaaUttho time they lodged record 1Continued next issue lug fact most cases will that law and that taxa tion the and come and pay full this Tho this any and law pay way this will will and will this rate and per cent and rate and that rate this nave and the and pay and same more and own and rate and We aye OF rate had this The law rate cent will end per cent uite this The that the has risk tho not rich The way into rate two tate and lint this rate pay icir and But has and that rate land and full the this will more this real fail loss has Wis and real and the ago and may into and 5br by and rate pro rty the Tho and by law and and that some and iMB the the the As his by not tho the tax lie the not tho for has the the men the To law tax but not tho the tax sys now tho by the the by for tax tax per tho the com tax his the tax the by by coun No tax be own the tho the To tax for the tax tax all has by the per the 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HIGHWAYS Of BRICKS Melhod cor Constructing a Road of This Material GRADING IMPORTANT FACTOR For Satisfactory Results the Bed Must Be Entirely Free From Depressions Proper and Economical Way of Lav ing thepirkI In an ddress before n recent engi neering convention In Indiana on the construction of brick highways W L Inner said A brick highway to be en tirely fiatlafnctory must be entirety free from depressions every part con forming to the grade This result must be anticipated In the preparation of the sand cushion first spread at the estimated depth of two Inches and these depressions avoided by the UHO of a hand roller weighing from 800 to 400 pounds additional sand appllou rolled and scroeded again at least three tlmcu At the last scrccdlng twill be found that the uncompressed sand will nut be over onequarter Inctj In depth at any one point It is certain also tint In Ironing out what few depressions remain and com pacting the brick Into the cushion but very little sand will be pushed Into the Interstices by the final rolling The brick should be dropped In straight lines upon the send cushion with the hest edge of the brick upper most Economy for the contractor would require that the brick tie brought to and deposited within reach of the person who actually lays the brick In n way that will accommodate his method of dropping them in place Insuring the best edge upix rmost lint previous to dropping the brick in tar street attention must be given to un necessary provision for the expansion cushion next to the curb The board should be prepared br beveling a joist eight inches In width the thickness determined largely by tho width of the street Even In a narrow street tho expansion cushion u From Good Roads Magazine Now York WELL DDIM UIIIOK IIOADWAT should not bo less than one inch one and one quarter Inches for a thirty foot street and ouo and one baif inches for a width exceeding thirty feet This board should be placed next to the curb worked slightly into tho sand cushion before the brick are laid and remain until the street Is finished In all other respects after which It should bo removed within twentyfour hours following the application of tho cement filler After the brick are dropped into the street tho surface should bo swept precaution theretofore exercised that no brick go into tho street which are dirty 6r after in that they are not made so by use as it is impossible for tho cement filler to adhere to a diem niirfnolntr After tho sweCDlas t s d i Li riJI i thorough rolling must take place hyi tho use of a roller not weighing over five tons The filler shall be composed of ono part each of clean sharp sand and Portland cement The sand should bo dry The mixture not exceeding one third bushel of the sand together with a like amount of cement shall be placed In the box and mixed dry until the muss assumes an oveh and unbroken shade Then water shall ho added forming a liquid mixture of the consistency of thin cream From the time the water Is nppllpc until the last drop Is removed and floated Into the Joints of tho brick pavement the mixture must be kept In constant motion To avoid the possibility of thicken Ing at any point there should bo n man with a sprinkling can the heat perforated with small holes sprinkling tho surface aheadI of the sweepers Within one lhnif to threequarters of an hour after this last coat is applied and the grout between the joints has fully subsided and the Initial set Is taklqg place the whole surface must i be slightly sprinkled and all surplus1 mixture left on the tops of the brIck swept into the joints After the joints are thus filled flush with the top of the brick and sufficient time for hardening tins elapsed so that the coating of sand will not ab- sorbi nay moisture from the cement mixture onehalf Inch of sand shall be spread over the whole surface and in case the work Is subjected to n hot summer sun an occasional sprinkling sufficient to dampen the sand should be followed for two or three days The last steps upon which depend the highest possibilities of the brick street are the proper rolling of the brick after they are In the street and the Ironlni out of any slight depres i slobs found to exist Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot mid shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what doctors said was consum ption 101I 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 com pletely cured me I now weigh 18 pounds For Coughs Colds LaGrlppe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its supreme SOc IOO Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Conscious During a Fall Every time a workman falls from a forty story building there are people to say Well he probably didnt feel it when he struck There is little or no basis for this belief that a person is dead or unconscious at the end of a long fall Our surviving jumpers from Brooklyn bridge prove this and that a person retains consciousness Is shown by the case of the English boy who fell down a pit some LoO feet deep and shouted Below three times on the way down One theory Is that n person falling would not be able to breathe but a train at sixty miles an hour Is moving faster than one would move in falling a hundred or so feet and no one pretends that one would die of suffocation If ho put his head out the train window Exchange 0 GfolSdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTRIA The Manchus Tim name Manchuria to designate tho country of the Manchus Is not known to the Chinese but was invented by Grouch geographers The Manchus are n tribe of Tartars who gained the ascendency In China In the seventeenth century Mrinchu is Chi nese for pure and was applied bun ancestor of Shun Che the first Manchu emperor of China to his dynasty and his people The Manchus resemble the Chinese only to the eye of a stranger just ns we think that all Chinese laundrymen look alike To themselves the Man elms arc distinct from Chinamen In appearance as III race anti one who knows eastern races easily distin guishes them Most of them are short and good looking with brown and rud dy skins New York Tribune Everybodys frleud Dr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops nay pain A Way of Explaining It WifeWhy John Just see what a stupid blunder the newspaper leas made In Its account of our silver wed ding Dont you remember I wrote It out for the reporter that we had spent together twentyfive years of married happiness and the stupid typesetter has gono and made It twentyflve years of marred happiness Isnt It awful HusbandOlt well dear dont be too hard on the poor fellow Perhaps hes been married twentyfive years him self London TIt lts AwfulruptlanI of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be- ns short if you use Ducklens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 25c at Severs Drug Store It i J t K i Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 17 145 1143 I 141 STATIONS 146 142 144 148- Dally Dally I Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Daily UI 44 8 l 40nI 0 33 f4 fin 8 53 Strawberry 7 00 f12 U5 7 25 9 39 5 00 8 50 Bishoff 6 02 f2 23 7 18 040 15 09 19 09 Mcdoru f6 42 fia 13 f7 08 9 Sl f5 M 1U 14 Stiles 16 86 12 17 f7 02 x10 y Ulf5 17 if 17 Kathryn 6 H2 fl2 01 6 59 51 o 21 Vest Point 6 2q 12 01 0 fib I IU 03 fs 23 10 23 Howard 6 27 fll 58 fO 54 AM100U02011150am6 16 10 13 rfi 39 f9 84 Rock tlavell 6 n5 fll 45 16 11 10 z5ii15 13 to 40 LnugBrnnclt 6 09 If 3116 5310 552 940 Brandenburg III UN 11 29 0251031 G 59 f9 fi6 l3lcron5 li5 fJ 21 01610 37 U 08 f0 U3 Ouston 5 48 III 13 U OH 10 43 ayg 10 13 U OHIrvington 5 41 11 S Jb 61 u10 40 fU 31 flO 19 Webster 533 f1057f5 42 10 5U f6 59 110 27 Lodlburg 5 27 flO 48f5 54 11 02 f6 40 10 33 Mystic 5 21 11041 5 2611 11 U5 f6 gU uo 57 Sample 5 18 flO 375 22 14Il508 tlO 2215 10 it 10 f704 fJO 50Holt 506 no 196 08 f6 6 a f 11 it 26 7 15 11 00 Cloverport 4 57 t0 07 t 57 8 lE 12U61 11 2S Skillman 4 46 19 53 4 44 fa os 52f646to42ij W52 424 f7396 40 12 31f6456 53 12 4 10 fO 17 4 11 2 16f78 56 3 05 7 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch U 5u is 52 3 51 7 027 J3 I8 35 8 35 55PI I I f7 18 GOr77 31 30 f8 30 I 0 87f135710 Stanly 332 f822 f528 034 f628f146807 21 753 1011 fO 16 1243 Heals3 18 801 313 f6167 58 1 10 g 18 12 45 Spottsvllle3 IU 7 58 f5 11 6 138 UU 1 15 24 12 50 Basketts 25 f9 3 12 752 f3 OT 60S G5A1IP M 148 1005 128uHowellu 242 7111 2311 155 1015 130 Evnnsvllle 235 710 230 834ALf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisman 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 Clovorport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsville East Bound Second Class 1st Class 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113 112 8 IQ STATIONS MixedHally exi645pm 530am 1110am Lv Irvington Ar lU lOam 416pm114Opm 655 f5411 fll lU Basin Spring ffO 51 f350 fll 25 709 rS55 S113B OarHeJdu a042 8327 all 10 f720 f607 f1143linrned i918 f307 flO 58 87 28 s612 S1146 Junctlon 11923 s2 57s10 53 8734 s6W sll SO Hnrdlnsburg 923 1243 slO 48 8741 sO 27 sll GO Junctlon sU 17 283 slO 40 f7lO f637 1203pntKirk W09 f222 flO 31 f7 b7 Cl45 f2 01 McQuady f9 OJI f2 02 f024 5810sO 59 S1220 Qlcndcnuc C8of i7 Isle 13 s8 19 t1 Oil si 2 2S Dempster 11831 140 58 Sit s12 41 Falls of Rough IS Iiiei1 25 sM U s2 GO Dempster us I8sl 03 slOOO fS 55 1713 f 100 Rockvule 813 tie 01 8100f242 f956f905I R fJIB f730 f 1 10 Oaks1i 5s f223 f 045 8920 736 f 120 EImltchu87M s2 15 s 038 75U Furdsvllle1210pm 935 430pm EARLINQTON u q 10 am unw Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and letl us introducei you to tho man who has the very property you are looking for- T T 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 onco and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage K1 Gustoou4 r watered lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route i school house tow yards from house Improvements Rood four room dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two good barns barn and tenont house one cis turn back In tho Held moat and hon house wood shod will Bollon easy payments plenty of sfflnll fruit Further particulars address Jno D Baubago Olovorport Ky AGUE PAHM S room cottuco ball and 67 porch lh Rood repair good 7stall stock barn two good side sheds crib good moat house und lion house and a variety of apples nevertailingof HurdlnsburK In easy distance to the High School building when erected fcswafi CT nnn For 160 acres four mlloaCwestot 4 r VJUV alondeano Smiles from branch rllllroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion 50 acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat und tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling A rooms nnd side room Rood stable 3 tobacco barns S tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear 1rlce 2000 H cash FOIL SALE Storo house and dwelling com I corner first and High Streets wholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Olovorport vonueWoUFOIL SALEA farm containing 250 acres and a fiveapoucbtrecsI all kinds of small fruits Including a nice closradbalancetroves of black locust sulllclent for posts tc wire the whole farm In It lies near Ekron oclongdruggistandsurroundedbytho place for some young physician to step businessAnrotlretsulars address JNO li BAnnAOE uloper port lev It Pays to Advertise See us The thing to do is t- ovAdvertise J K 0 1YwL n U r wi J W r FIDIY u 7seqFt6H1 y f rr t f gyro 1 H F 1 d vr lif it lias Just Declared 1 I 150 0 Dividendon Its Stock Citizens Life Insurance Company w N GREGORY President LOUISVILLE Kul l IRVINGTON TO RAVE FIVE NEW HOMES Many Beautiful Parties Given Inhi The Last Few DaysJottings Of Interesting Newsa Much Doinggl MANY PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS a of If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent Hour A white sale is on at Edd Elaxanders store this week which is proving quite a successMiss Haiti of Webster was aCI visitor of Mrs Matt Payne last weekrc Miss Ilettie Schindler who has been in Louisville the past winter came SIWednents Mr and Mrs Albert Schindler A corn crib belonging to Edd Triplett in which corn belonging to Eugene for Triplett was stored was destroyed by fire near llewloy ills Sunday night The loss in about fifty bushels of corn j Mrs L It Moremen will entertain the Girli1 Club on Thursday afternoon Mrs Mary Lynch of Horse Branch has been the guest of MrsGL Bandy She let for her home Saturay Quite 1 number of young folks are bting delightfully entertained to an all play party given at the beautifulcountry homo of Mr and Mrs Bate Washing ton todayajj A B Suter of Owenton arrived Fri day and is a guest at the Head House Mr and Mrs John Nevitt who have been in Louisville for several days reI jI scturnedI Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce Co Misses Eva Payne and Eula Neafus era visiting friends in Louisville Mrs E W Graves has returned after a visit in Louisville Mrs Julia Clarkson came over from Big Spring last week to be the guest of her daughter Mrs H H Kemper for month Miss Bessie Bentley opened a kinder in one of the rooms at the Public School on last Monday morning I She had ten little tots Miss Bentley is fine young lady and very competant teaching the children- A brilliant social event of the past week was the entertainment given bycc Mrs H H Kemper at her home on Church Ave The house was decorated with spring flowers carrying out thejj scheme pink and white DeliciousI were served Miss Theocal Pulliam of Louisville the week end with her sister A D Pulliam The Misses McGlothlan gave a dinner Tuesday evening Covers were laidf eightCMrs S P Parks left Monday for Frankfort where she will join her hus 1 husband Dr S P Parks who is at tending Legislature Mrs Virginia Calhoun Owensboro was the guest of relatives in the city last week The Ladies Missionary Society met with Mrs Nora Board Monday afternoon at her home on Woodland AveI The meeting was a very enjoyable onett Mrs LaRue Cox entertained Monday with a delightful childrens party to celebrate the seventh birthday anniversary of her daughter Miss Katharine Cox The house was beauti tt- ijally decorated and refreshments were Mrs Cox had as her guestsII Missess Katharine Cox Margaret Jolly t Elizabeth Cain Queeny Cain Bertha for I 5 to 20 I will be in my the I ed A B I line will suit the I most I ers Foote Erie Smith and Forence McCoy Clarence McGlothlan who has been spending his vacation here with his parents Mr and Mrs T N McGloth lan leaves Thursday for his home at San Francisco Cal He leaves in a a few weeks for Los Angeles where he has accepted a position in te Order Department with the largest Hardware house In the West The Pacific Hardware Steel Co John D Babbago was in town Satur day In the interest of his paper The Breckenridge News The Building and Loan Association have let the contract for five houses to be erected in the residence portion of the city Mr J K Bramlette has the contract and work will begin at once Mrs R M Jolly will leave this week for Lima Ohio where she will visit her mother for some time Has Splendid Business L II Downs of the Irvington Produce Co was down at his branch house Madisonville last week and shipped a load 18000 pounds dressed poultry He says his business out of that town is fine Mi Downs is a hustler and if there are any poultr or eggs in sight he generally lands them HICKORY GROVE Our school closed Friday Feb 18th after a very successful term of six months taught by Miss May Watling ton A very delightful programwas rendered by the pupils Those award ed premiums wore Hattie Carman Pearl Davis Rhea Sipes and Estill E Davis A fine treat was thoroughly enjoyed by all Mr Sidney Johnson the trustee gave an excellent talk saying it was the desire of all the patrons for Miss Watlingtons return next term School adjourned with teacher and pupils in tearsA Reader Hats I a of at and can save you on Hats All W 11 BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIQIITFOOT O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier I THE OLD BRECKINRJDGE BANK M Ky 1872 I 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics andpaid every olaim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check ii An Safe Place to do 3 per cent on Time DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L W Jno C Jarboe O T A R Fisher Louisville March Wheit No 2 Red and Longberry 8120 122 CornNo2 white 65y4 OatsNo 2 mixed 49 Eggs Market quite case count 21 candled 22c 13 and He per Ibj roosters 7yc young chickens IS 20c ducks 15c turkeys 19c geese pigs 835 035 roughs 945 Sheep and Lambs Best lambs 0 7Cj seconds 5 5 iC fat sheep 350 4sO If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Edgar Hardaway and Winfield Scott are visiting relatives at Frankfort Miss Essie Kendall of Webster anti in and 1 to not myI is on this line of and FORsALEif Northern White and Mixed Oats for seeding and feed also Corn Timothy and Clover Hay Cotton Seed Meal Brick and K Coal at Lowest market prices Your solioited HI I Whitworth CompanyIncorporated Y At the Depot Ilardinsburg Ky C C BROCK Manager ir 9Ta r 3 r t35r 3r T r9r z a 3 + r r King brothers of visited Miss Alberta Drury Sunday Mrs B S Wilson left Tuesday for an indefinite stay with her daughter Mrs Gill of Hewitt Oklahoma Pate Smith and Miss Alice Canvin of Guston spent Sunday with Miss Ada Stith Mrs T J Jolly who has been ill of grip for several weeks is Improving- Dr P W Foote our delegate elect 1 It is Now Time to Think About I Buying Your Easter Suit I Only Three until busy complete of New Spring Suits1 all the Latest Styles Weaves will be found here the ISuits from found itIlineI celebrat Kirschbaum fastidious dress Ladies Trimmed carry Ladies Trim popular prices money them Mens the latest styles VicePresident RELIABLE Cloverport Organized legitimate absolutely Business Deposits Lightfoot HBowmer Skjllman Louisville flarket Report I010Speclal PoultryHens O- cHogsTops100U BEWLEYVILLE for 400 Do White going White Goods reduction patronage Heston Irvington weeks now Easter have line and young and old that nice assortment med Hats colors Hats Men Boys from forget that week Big r get on all White Goods this week Do not miss it I have the largest and most complete stock ofshoes in Irvington and it will be to your interest to see it be attended State Farmers Institute j week at Frankfort- G A Foote is on the sick list r Mrs Ben McCoy has returned fro two weeks visit to her daughter I Will Corley of Anchorage Miss Blanch Jolly received the hi est per cent in examination for cei enumerator We take it that the j tion is hers and extend congratulate i it so I a I Sale 1 fore buying your spring shoes I handr lethe Star Brand ofv shoes which are solid beulJtIesl J it MuslinloUnderwear for salef this week Jf y =j it 1 ED F ALEXANDER a Y t IRVINGTON KENTUCKY 1 i s e y n+ r