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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWIALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL r I XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 8 Pa es Nt 36 Disastrous Fire Again CloverportIfBeautiful Homes and Comfortable Re sidences Eaten Up By Flames On The East Side of Town I March Winds Blew a Terrific Gale r BUCKET BRIGADE WAS PEOPLES ONLY PROTECTION t 4 Occured Monday morning Losers Lee Modes John Carter Hpnry L Mortons family Chas Morton Edward1 Gregory O T Skillman and A R FisherMonday morning at 1045 fire broke out in the home of Henry Morton on the East Side and burned all the houses with one exception on ThirdI street between Front and High streets A high March gale was blowing from the north and the whole town was threatened The fire it is said by some wa aused from a defective flue and other- say it was started by a spark from Mortonssaw mill However Mortons house burned first and the fire spread so rapidly it appeared that there was ntth hope of stopping it without a loss similar to that suffered nearly a decade ago APPEAL FOR HELP One of the leading citizens appealedI to the Board of Public Safety of bothi Louisville and Owensboro for assistance in the way of afire engine But by 1130 the wind subsided and the meni got the flames under control SHOP MEN SAVE TOWN Just as quickly as the cry of fire wasi given Master Mechanic Plank gave orders to Foreman Lafe Behen to have the Henderson Route men go to the rescue The wrecker was sent to the depot which was close to the fire with heavy water supply and buckets bucket brigade was then formed by the railroad men and the citizens and thisI is what saved old Cloverport fro I another horrible disaster HOUSES BADLY DAMAGED The fire fighters worked like Trojans to save the homes of Leon McGavock Frank Payne and Chas B SkHlman McGavocks house is on the lot adjoin Jng Fishers and the other houses are a ross the street The men soaked j 11cGavocks house with water but it i said the Murray Tile Roofing is what saved it Paynes house was covered with wet blankets and rugs RESIDENTS MOVE FURNITURE v Fearinga repetition of the catastrophe pi nine years ago the residents on the rBast Side who thought every minute their homes would be enveloped Iin flames got together their treasures and moved their household goods The streets were filled with furniture as the furnishings of Mrs Lucy Gregory W f H Bowmer Dr Forrest Lightfoot D H Severs John Babbage and St George Hotel were moved from their f homes J C Nolte had his household goods packed but he and Mr Emel iNolte like others were so busy in try ing to save other peoples homes that they neglected their own Nolte Bros furnished barrels of salt for the firefighters Dr Lightfoot had 5000 worth of stock and he kept close watch on his stable ANNIVERSARY OF BIG FIRE Just nine years ago Sunday night the lit artof Cloverport was eaten up by a terrible conflagration and Fisher and Skillman suffered in that fire OttT SIDE WORLD CONCERNED r r jjust as soon as the news of the firef l ot on the wires the outside world was Ii jjrtwtljr concerned and anxious about J 4n J f q o r Cloverport The News received six long distant calls besides getting inquiries from newspapers as to the extent of the fire and several others received inquir ing messages from friends and rela tives MR MORTONS STATEMENT Chas Morton came to tho News office yesterday morning and stated that the fire did not start from his mill 1but originated from a detective flue as stated in the beginning of this articles MAY REBUILD- s Mr Skillman and Mr Fisher will possibly rebuild Both had little in surance The Fisher homestead was one of the prettiest places in Clover towneLOSS AND INSURANCE A R Fishers loss 6000 insurance 2000 Orville Skillmans loss on build ing and furniture 800 covered by in surance Ed Gregorys house and furniture 800 insurance 400 Chas Mortons loss 750 John Carter 700 Lee Modes household goods total loss WALKS FROM SKILLMAN J C Jarboe heard of the fire about twelve oclock while on his farm at Skillman and started at once to ride home horseback Mr Jarboe said it occured to him his barn might be burn Ied so he left his horse and walked myAmy thats bad enough FIGHTERSmOtto Tague who worked extremely hard Monday morning said Cloverport had the best fire fighters he had ever seen any place There are a number of men who should be given honorable mention or thanked personally for their diligent work in the disaster but printers ink cannot do everything PEOPLEsWeek Before last in an editorial The News warned the people ot fire but warning does no good when the nearest fire engine is in Owensboro FRONT STREETPEOPLE SCARED The residents on Front street were all in danger Monday morning and the Burke Davis and McCracken famalies moved all their furniture from their homes THE FUNNY SIDE In the midst of the excitement ChnsI Jackson got a good soaking Big hearted Henry May threw a bucket of water on him and Jackson told him if he threw any more on him what he would do May pitched another bucket of water on him then Jackson hung the bucket over his head Tom Ferry said ho dealt in window curtains during the fire When Fish ers home was burning he said he would run in the house and some one would tell him to get out Ho made three attempts to save something for the Fishers and got one window shade Then ho went to the Phelps and as soon aa ho stepped into the house he said Mrs Phelps asked him to got her a certain window shade as calmly as she would say Pass me the butter pleaseI Red Weatherholt stayed upinSkill mans cupola and every five minutes old Red would yell SkUlraans 11 C 1 cr 4Y1 1t i J RIELEY POLK SUCCUMBS Death Results From A Peculiar Accident Died Friday Night At ills Home In Toblns port I FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY John Rieley Polk died Friday nightt at his home at Tobinsport His deathI was the result of the serious and pecu liar accident which befell him last Sun day afternoon while handling his skifff on the Ohio river bank at Tobinsport The skiff fell over on him and broke his neck Jt was reported last week tha he was paralysed but this was not the case Dr Simons said but a more cri tical condition This was the second dangerous accident that he had met having beenI rescued from drowning while crossin a creek horseback several years ago Mr Polk was fortytwo years of age andwas a wellknown farmer of Perry county He is survived by his wife who was Miss Clara Leaf and one son Forrest Polk professor of the public school at Sharpesville Ind BesidesI these he leaves two sisters Mrs Mary Sanders and Mrs Emma Scales and one brother Robert Polk of this city The funeral was held Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock conducted by the Rev L S Sanders of Franklin Ind Mr Polk was a member of the Method 1st church and was a good man likedl by young and old Beautiful flowersI were sent by kind friends and relative- in I loviug remembrance for the deceas ed and the interment was held in the Lamb cemetery house is burning up Colin Miller ran up a tree like a squirrel with a bucket of water After the danger wasoverone woman found all of her pitchers and wash bowls in her garden Mrs Henry Pato said Mr Pate was always behind on every occasion but he certainly got a cat hop on him when that fire was cried His daughtersaid They ought to have a fire every morn ing to make Daddy get up Mr Fraiser the tailor and cleaner who worked so hard carried a machine around with one hand until some one told him to put it down GOT A BIG SLICE BACK One young worpan fully realized for the first time that bread cast upon the waters will some day come back Las week she met a certain man who in away had displeased her and she did not want to speak to him but she the feeling of anguish and decided iit would not hurt her to be kind enough to speak and she did When tho fire broke out her home was threatened and she saw her big slice f kindness floating back to her for this man was the first to offer his assistance in saving her home This was the best bread she ever tasted And there was a good deal of this kind of food scattered ove old Cloverport Monday morning An Appeal To my Friends in Breckenridge Han cock Meade Counties Ky and Perry County Ind Over eight years I have served you at every beck and call Today fire has destroyed everything for me Do you want me to stay among you Shall I have to pull up and go to other fields It depends on how you come tomy help Edward Gregory Pastor Treats The League At tho Epworth League Social Thursday night Rev Mr Dillon sur prised the crowd with a large box of chocolate candy Brother Dillon is very fond of the young people and shows it by his kind words and acts J 0 Nolte and Bro furnished the paper napkins for the occasion without cost and often favor the League in many ways r ri4 It PRESBYTERIANS TO DEDICATE CHURCH Sunday MorningDr E L War ren To Deliver Dedicator- yAddressBeautiful Program Arranged for This Occasion I CHURCH CLEAR OF DEPT The Lucile Memorial Church of this city will be dedicated Sunday morning by Dr E L Warren of Louis vine assisted by the pastor Rev Mr Graves The services are expects ed to be largely attended and a program has been arranged for the occasion The church has paid every dollar it owes and stands clear of dept today gDIRECTORS Of Breckenridjfe County Fair ElectedC Vic Robertson Chosen PresidentJudge Kincheloe Secretary The Directors of the Breckenridge Fair Company act Saturday and elect ed C Vic Robertson President Chas H Drury Vice President Morris B Kincheloe Secretary and the Bankof companysTreasurer for the ensuing year The Secretary was instructed to learn the time of the Grayson Hardin and Ohio county fairs so that ours could be placed at such time as to complete the circuit of four thus making it convenient and less expensive for exhibitors to reach the four after start ing into the exhibiting business CIRCUIT COURT Judge Chelf Still on The Bench This Morning Evidently through sonic oversight at Frankfort the commission of Special Judge John HnsweJI who was appointed o complete the present term owing to Judge Chelf a Illness hits failed to arrive and Judge Chelf opened court totremain on the bench until the belated raper from Frnnkfort arrives Judge Haswell is froth HHrdinsfiurg dand is one of the finest gentleman in Kentucky combining an attractive and winning personality with a gcod know ledge of the law which makes him popular both as judge and as a man Elizabethtowu News TWENTY THREE STEERSrPerhaps one of the bes loads of cat tle that has gone out from Hardin county this year was sold by P T Stader on the Bourbon Stock Yards Monday Tbe rewere 23 in the load and they averaged 1300 pounds He got 600 a hundred tor them thus realizing nearly 2000 on the lot Etown News Thanks I want to thank my many friends who came to my assistance Monday when so much of my property seenll doomed to distruction by fire I love to live among my friends who will come to help you when you are in trouble again thanking each one I am your friend F L Lightfoot Card of Thanks We wish to thank all pur friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement v Mrs John A Ross y r c fInoJ 1 1 itL r AbsolutelyPuZEJ Royal Baking Powder improves the flavor ti andadds to the f1 2 healthfulness s oftho food ROYAL BAKINGPOWDER Absolutely Purep MR MCGARY Summoned At His Home In Hard insburg Last WeekWas Three Score Years And Tell John Simeon McGary nearing seven tyfour years of age died at his home In Hardinsburg Thursday March 10 after some four years of poor health the crisis setting in last Thanksgiving since which time a gradual decline has been sapping his life He is survived by his wife and nine children Forty five years ago he was married to Lizzie Freeman To them were born ten children one dying in infancy The others are VVuthen and Will of Califor nia Philip of Washington Ind Mrs Eli Potts and Mrs Walter Wart qf Louisville Mrs Jas Hook of Hard insburg and the three single daughters Mamie Belle and Ottie Two brothers Fladge and Frank of Kirk and a sister Mrs Airy of Owensboro also survive him The interment was in St Remuolds cemetery the day following his death Sim McGary as he was familiarly known was a carpenter an honest man a Christian gentleman a devout Catholic a lnan of whom a life long neighbor declares he never intentionally or knowingly wronged any man Such men live not in vain for their lives in themIAshcrafts Sale a Success Albert Ashcrafis sale Thursday was a gran i success and well attended Everything sold high especially hogs Mr Ashcnilt closed out his fatal liitpliments and stock to take charge of the Irviugton Produce Cos business at West Point lie Is a fine business man and a good hustler and will no doubt make good In that line of business as he has done in farming Sonic of the prices I sow and 4 pigs 27 1 sow and 6 pigs 35 1 sow and 10 pigs iO 3 shoatH 12550 51 ewes and I8 lambs brought 160 1 Jersey cow and calf 8050 Corn 70 cents per bushel Going West J C Crutcher R R agent at Web ster had the following parties for the West last Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs John Wright and family for San Diego Cat Mr and Mrs John Comp ton for Walter Oklu Mrs B S Wil son for Ardmore Okla also several men for south west Texas New Officers The Ladies Aid Society have elected for the ensuing year the following officers President Mrs Wickliffe De Haven First Vice Pres Miss Eliza beth Skillman Second Vice Pres Mrs Shelby Conrad Treasurer Mrs D H Severs Recording Secretary Mrs Robert Pierce Pianoist Mrs Dillon The Aid Society paid 100 last year to the church and have 2127 to their credit in the bank Sixtyfive Years Old Jesse Weatherholt was the guest of honor at a dinner party given last Tuesday on the hill at the homo of his daughter Mrs Hiram Moot nan Mr Weatherholt was sixty lve years of age that day The guests were Rev Mr and Mrs Dillon Mr and Mrs Black Mrs Marion Weathurholt andMr Allen Black Ii it I I 10 1 t i 1 I I LENARD ELDER Dies at The Age of Seventynine YearsLeaves Large Family Funeral Held Monday I At ten oclock Sunday morning after a weeks illness Lenard lElder a well known and aged citizen quietly passed from life at the home of his son Andrew Elder on Main Street in Hardinsburg Ho had been a life long farmer and had done considerable carpentering Born June 191831t about five miles from Hardinsburg on the Stephensport road ho had spent his life at and near his birth place He married Josephine Elizabeth Jarboe who died in 1890 since which time he has made his home with his children These surviving children are Mrs Rachel A DeJarnett John A of Brazil Ind Mrs S T May of Lewis port Andrew of Hardinsburjr and Robert of Hopkinsville The remains were laid to rest in St Roiuuoilds cemetery at 0 oclock Monday morn Ing The deceased was a devout Catholic a man whotn religion was exemplified in his daily life a good neighbor a kind father and withal a man of the sort to givei character and reputations to a community He leaves his impression upon those whom his life touched DR CHAS LIGHTFOOT Will Come To Cloverport April First To Practice Medicine Will Be Welcomed Here By Ills Many Friends Dr Chas R Lightfoot of Hawes ville has rented the Gibson property on First street and will move there be fore April the first with his family consisting of his mother and aged aunt He will engage in the practice of his profession as a full partner with Dr F L Lightfoot He comes well re commended having practiced in Padu cah ten years and at Hawesville one year Dr Lightfoot will buy a lot as soon as a desirable one can be found and build a handsome home and expects to make this his future home Moorman Miller Word was received here of the marriage of tjtffss Adelia Moorman and Mr Claude Miller that took place j Saturdayafternoon in Bouisville Mr and Mrs Miller had planned to marry this coming May but he was called immediately to Texas and they decided to be married at once Mrs Miller Ja the daughter of Mrs Sallie Moorman and has a host ot friends in Cloverport her old home Card of Thanks rteWe wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their kindness during the late illness of our husband and father We also oxtend our thanks to the Cloverport Carpenters Union and the Faculty and Students of the SharpsI G vllle High School for tjielr bea1t flitI 1 floral offerings d Mrs J R Polk and Son f w J S Tr Th- r iii i rrir Electric BittersSucceed When everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROURLE It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE I I tfj Permanent Cj DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p InI f rte a Clovcrport Ky lras L r1n I s STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes AlMhe latest patterns for Suits and Trousers In high grado fab rice Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod ercte prices Expert tailors em ployed I r J H 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Frankfort Ky Special The county unit bill is dead but its successor the Louisville ripper bill stirred up moro strife In ono day than the county unit did in throe weeks The ripper bill Is the ono that proposes to abolish tho olllce of city attorney and his assistants In tho city of Louisville That olllco is now hold by a Republican under appointment of Former Maypr Grinstead and has two more years to serve The Domo cratic mayor of Louisville wanted to have a Democratic city attorney to whom he could go for official advice on legal matters so a bill was offered in the house some weeks ago to abol ish the olllce of city attorney and cre ate tho olllce of corporation counsel with several1 assistants It was at once nicknamed the rlppor bill probably because It was Intended to rip several men loose from their olllccs The bill passed the house without much trouble though tho Re publicans claimed it was advanced on the calendar ahead of a number of other bills by some ono who Imd no authority to do so It had a rough time In tho senate as the Republi cans tried very hard to delay It till the last 10 days of the session so that Governor WIllsou could hold It till after the session adjourned and then veto IL ho having the right to retain a bill 10 days after it roaches his hands before ho approves or disap proves It Tho Democrats were there fore anxious to pass tho hill and get it into the governors hands before the last 10 days so ho would havo to veto It before the session ended and thus give the legislature time to pass it over his veto Last Wednesday tho rules committee exorcised its authority under the senate rules and called the bill up President Cox ruled that the bill was not properly before tho senate because the public printer had not printed the bill nor had it done Tho Democrats appealed from this ruling and his ruling was set aside While in the chair on tho appeal President Pro Tern Linn entertained a motion to extend tho session of that day indefinitely and tho motion car sled The Republicans claim that ho had no right under tho rules to do anything except to take a vote on tho appeal When ho began putting tho motion to extend tho session tho sen ate got Into an uproar Senators rush ed towards tho presidents stand shouting and gesticulating It looked like an exciting ward convention for a fow seconds Tho appeal was not decided till after tho hour of adjourn ment had passed about 16 minutes When President Cox resumed tho chair ho stated that ho did not recog nlzo tho right of tho president pro tom to put tho motion but as it had boon put ho would not say anything further about it A motion to ad journ was voted down and then tho president declared tho sonato adjourned anyhow on tho ground that tho session had not been rightfully ex tended Ho and tho other Republi cans left the chamber The clork whnao record showed the session bad tt x+ been extended called President Pro Tern Linn to the chair and thoro be Ing 23 Democrats present tho ses slon of tho senate was continued and tho ripper bill was passed by a vote of 21 to 2 IJ was at onco enrolled signed by the presiding officers of tho house mid senate and was taken to the governor who still has It It Is conceded that ho will veto It Republicans claim the extended session of the senate was illegal and its proceedings void Tho majority of the senate however approved the senate Journal tho next day contain lug tho proceedings of tho rump session and the Democrats claim this Is final as the court of appeals In other cases has held that the courts can not go behind tho Journals to prove what occurred In the legislature It Is expected however that tho matter will be tested In tho courts If tho bill Is passed ovor the gover nors veto and tho court of last resort will have to decide again as to wheth er any testimony as to the correct ness of a legislative Journal can be taken after a majority of the legisla tive body has approved the Journal as read The house of representatives has already passed and the senate will pass It In the next few days a bill that Is of vital Interest to all the old Confederate soldiers who are poor helpless and unable to take care of themselves The bill provides for a pension of12 per month to each old soldier or the Indigent widow of such soldier provided he or she can show by their neighbors that they are with out means of support The measure passed the house unanimously every Republican member voting for It and It is believed It will be almost unan imous in tho senate Just how many of these old soldiers are left who will be entitled to pensions can not be ac curately estimated now but the num ber will not bo very great and In a few years the list will grow very small as it is now 45 years since tho civil war closed Tho number now Is variously estimated at from 700 to 1200 but it may exceed the latter number If it goes to 1000 the bill will cost the state 12000 a month or 144000 a year a There Is some really serious talk about an extra session of the legisla turo being called by Governor Will son unless some bill looking to the paying off of the deficit now existing- In the state treasury Is passed at the regular session A close friend of the governors is quoted reliably as say Ing that the governor does not regard the Issuing of Interestbearing war rants as any adequate relief for the trouble and unless a bill Is passed to Increase the rate of taxation or ono authorizing the issual of bonds to the extent of 500000 there Is almost cer taro to bo an extra session called It Is further stated upon tho same reliable authority that if the call for an extra session Is made the call will in elude tho county unit bill In the list of subjects that the governor will ask the legislature to consider The finan cial situation of the state Is really a serious one The deficit now amounts to over 1000000 and there is no prospect of any money coming In till next fall to pay off any of tho existing deficit and by that time tho deficit will have grown considerably and tho conditions will then ho worse than they are now State Treasurer Far ley has managed to get together enough money from various sources to pay the legislators a part of their salaries but oven they will have to- go homo with some unpaid warrants In their pockets unless they enact a law that will afford some relief Governor Wlllsons friends say he would not be true to his oath If he did not Insist upon some remedy be- Ing provided even If an extra sessions necessary to carry out his Idea of justice to the states creditors A most unusual hill has been passed by the legislature and Is now In tho hands of the governor who It Is believed will veto it and that It will then be passed over his veto Somo years ago the courts decided that It was unlawful under an act of tho leg- Islature to educate white and colored children in the same schools This affected the college at Berea that had boon for years maintained In Madison county where both whites and blacks attended After that decision the no groes raised a fund of nearly a half million dollars to establish a colored Industrial school in tiffs state to tako tho place of Berea for tho negroes They made arrangements to locate this school in Shelby county and call it Lincoln Institute Tho citizens of the district in Shelby county objected to the location of the college thero but there was no way under the law to prevent It For this reason the legislature was asked for relief and aa bill was offered providing that be fore such a school could be located in any precinct the voters of that precinct shall have tho right to vote on whether It can be located there or not and If a majority vote against It then It can not ho located there They claim that If such a school Is located In a community In the country It will cruse a depreciation of tho value of all tho property In that neighborhood and Is therefore unfair to tho property owners who ought to havo some voice in tho matter Tho Democrats In the legislature all voted fur tho bill and the Republicans voted against it It the governor vetoes It a vigorous ef tort will bo mado to pass It over his veto Hotel keepers all over tbo state aro happy ovor tho passage of tho Klalr bill in the house which allows them to soil unclaimed baggago and bag ago taken for unpaid board hills t W La DOUGLAS 300350f4OO SHOES 50O Best In the Worl- dUNION MADEBoys Shoes 2OO and li250pale Color Eyelets Use W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time you need a pair give W L Douglas shoes a trial You can save money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices- If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would then understandwhy they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes CAUTION W I Douglas name and price Ii tamped on the bottom to protect the wearer against lilRli prlctn and Inferior shoes Take No Hnlitl tilts If W L Donulan shoes are not for sale In your WL Dougla- snrockccnMaetFOIiSALE nrtj J C Nolte Bro after such baggage has been held a reasonable time The landlords have been clamoring for such a measure for many years and now they have a chance to get It The bill will come up in the senate this week and it is believed will pass without much opposition A number of hotels in this state have held a lot of baggage for years for unpaid board bills and some of them have hundreds of dollars tied up in this way and it seems but Just that they should have some relief The Waggoner county unit bill which passed the house 10 days or more ago is permanently tied up in the senate and has no real chance to ever reach a vote It was referred last Thursday to the committee on rules of the senate and that commit tee is teetotally opposed to tho meas ure and as no bill can come up dur ing the last 12 days of the session without the sanction of the rules com mittee it can bo readily understood that the Waggoner bill is dead The present session will end on Tuesday March 16th But little pro gress was made the first 40 lays of tho session in fact up to Thursday March 3 only four bills had reached the governors ofilco for his decision This means that whatever legislation is enacted must be enacted during the last few days of the session Any bill that reached the governor after Friday March 4 he will have the right to keep till after the legislature adjourns and then approve or disapprove with no chance to pasa any over his veto The prospects are that something like 75 or 100 hills wiU be passed and turned over to the gov ernor during the last 10 days of the session How Good News Spreads II um 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F TOIEOH of Hlizubethlowii Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because Ii owe my excellent health and vitality to them Thev effect a cure every time They never Jail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and b wels stimu late the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health hats a daily joy Try them Only sOc Satisfaction is postively guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- Indictments Against Milk Trust Now York Feb 2GA Joint Indict lent against eight of the seventeen directors of tho Condensed Milk Ex hangc have been handed to Justice Joft by tho grand Jury in tho crlm nal brancn of the supreme court Under the Donnelly antimonopoly act ho accused directors are charged with tomblnlng In restraint of trade Un less tho calculations of the district at torney are upset those indictments ire to be followed by more ChilCdren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAI rAn Awful Eritptloi of a volcano excites brief interest anti your interest in skin eruptlopa will be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Son Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 25c at Severs Drug Store It IsI Not True That It Is iiecessnry to buy expensive cuts of meat hi order to have them palatable and nutritious That Clear meat soups are strength enlng instead of stimulating That ono gets more strength from potatoes rice etc if they ure put to cook In cold water That tea and coffee if they are weak will not harm children That cocoa is cooked sufficiently if boiling water is poured on It should bo cooked over boiling water for halt an hour That cereals are properly cooked In twenty minutes They should bo cook ed from one to three hours according to variety That the term cheap food relates to the first cost alone In reality cheap food Is that which yields the most pos Bltdo nourishment for the money spent Many ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood liters streng thens Btonmb bowels and liver and purifies the blood First and Last Words Why do we pay so much attention- to the last words of great men Possibly because their first words are all alike Washington Herald One makes ones own happiness onjj by taking care of tho happiness of others SaintPierre After a heavy meal take a couple of Doatis Regulets and give your stomach liver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regular passages of the bowels I m v Held over from last week IftOU want the best flour buy the BEST patent flour Tom McCrtns is confined to his bed with a severe case of pneumonia Mrs C13 Witt left yesterday for a visit to her fathers home in Louisville Gab Meador went to Elizabethtown Thursday to see one of the fair sex Madam rumor says we are to have a weeding in the early summer wonder who Ijj Mr and Mrs Rollio Simpson have returned home from a ten days visit to relatives in Cincinnati and the Eastern part of Kentucky Mrs Rollio Simpson has resigned her position as exchange oparator Miss Ada Meador has been elected to take her plnce Mrs Alex Montgomery is still very Tow with but little hopes of her re covery Dr Witt was called to see a Mr Pendleton who was poisoned from eat ing canned oysters one day last week I Miss Blanch Simpson went on a visit to her uncle in Grant county and Was taken down with typhoid fever and is now very low her mother father an1 sister have been summoned to her Ixg sideMrs Dick Dowell is confined to her room with Lagrippe Peyton Thornhill has moved into the Duvall property Jack Collins went to Henderson last week on business Mr Wilkerson of Vine Grove has been employedto move the exchange Poor Foolish Woman- She f is trying to improve her com plexion by using a face cream when the trouble is in the blood If she does not read this tell her some one that Lanes Tea the great laxative and regulator moves the bowels each day driving out all impurties from the blood and making n clear and beautiful skin Druggists and dealers sell Lanes Ten 25c a i r WEEKL- YCourier= JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR politicaJi Is a National Newspaper Democratic in It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the I tiVEMCLY COURIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge Both One Year fort 1501 you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the Courier Jour nal S Daily CourierJournal I 1 Year 4 1 i I Wo can give you a out rate on Daily ft or Sunday if you will write this paper t GETWISE BIGSPRING packageJ News Sunday CourierJournal 1Vear 200 combination Advertise tw tn4ta1 NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE L I But i They DO Much 1Ihoy help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact toy sellwhat is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Business I Try a Brockonridge News Want Ad Tbo fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Write Call or TelephoneyI If not convenient to leave your ads at The News dffico telephone them to 46 We will toll you the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient v t P 11W114 t l s- y I 7 I Car Load of Buggies Just ReceivedIII mltcw I7 im lI1 ll wofnl1 r fTheLatest Styles of Autotop Buggies Surries and Runabouts at Prices in Reach of all RAILWAY MAIL PAY v If all mail were carried in storage cars how much would it reduce the car miles About 163 millions a year And this 163 millions is due to the post office features YesWhats the average number of cars in passenger trains in the U S1 895 What proportion of that is mail cars About 11 per cent Whats the average earnings of passenger 120 per train mile Does that include all mail and ex press earnings It does Does mail pay 11 per cent of average earnings No It contributes only 040 per train mile or 75 per cent To pay 11 per cent of average earnings mall would have to pay 47 per cent more than it doe- sWhatstbe average cost of running trainsiil47 If U S mail paid its fair share of this cost or 11 per cent what would it be 1617C per train mile Then it is costing the railroads 1017 cents to furnish space for which they receive 94 cents or 72 per cent more than they get for it More nearly 100 per cent when to operating expenses are added taxes interest on bonds etc As population grows denser does amount of mail increase CertainlyThen the increase in weight brings proportionately increased pay It does to the U SIts same post age rate for letters if there are 2 or 2000000The of course receive pay in proportion to the increase weight They do not Why The rate is decreased as the weight increases Give example 200 pounds or less average over length of route is on nonland = grant roads 12741 per mile per year On landgrant roads it is 8120 When It is an average of oOOO pounds or 25 times as great the rates are 171 and flBC80 only four times as great Intermediate weights are proportional Is this reduction a voluntary one on jthei part of the railways It is not Who makes it Congress and post office department What is the alleged reason for their action To make post oillce expenses less than the income Does U S make similar rate re ductions In rents teaming light heat etc charged for by individuals and companies No Why Everyotre knows Are other post oillce expenses less in same proportion as in the railway pay No In eight years previous to 1908 total expenses grew 03 per cent 1 000000000 The income grew 87 per cent 89000000 What pOI tion of the expense increase was for railway service Only 11 per cent What went for rural free delivery in 4908 3P05OQO or 34 Per cent F Ii How much for postmasters 86 per cent or 25000000 of the in crease Have the post office expenses always dee the income roor o yqars has this excess been grtut 7ff 3n j0 JJ i The largest and Most UptoDate line of Hardware a Full Line of Genuine American Wire Fencing all widths Furnit ure Plows Wagons Stoves Saddlery Harness Collars Trace Chains and anything you need in the way of Farm implements and Lumber J D ASHCRAFT Irvington Kentucky trainsI Since the adoption of rural free de Uyery In 1900 this service cost 420 000 and the years P O surplus over all the expenses was 5385000 In 1008 rural free delivery expenses had grown to 35402000 Other expenses not including pay to railroads had grown to J135 804583 and the F O deficit was 1744 1710 That is to say the increase in in come of post office has been all absorbedly increase in rural free delivery and other expenses not in cluding pay to railroads YesHow much have thelActs and Orders referred to herein taken from the railroads About 8500000 or 17 per capt of the total received by them in year ending June 30th li OS for handling the mail and furnishing postal cars Is there any justification in such Acts and Orders Not from any point of view Labor material and the price of everything have advanced materially Yet in the face of conditions that in all fairness should have raised it railway mail pay is practically the only thing that has been decreased What Backache means Generally backache means that tho kidneys are diseased If they nredo not waste a moment but begin at once a treatment with Kidnets the greatest of kidney and backache remedies Delay may mean a fatal ending GO dc not delay Druggist and dealers sell Didnets at SOc a box and guarantee satisfactory results Wants Home Paper You will find enclosed check for 100 for which you will please send me the Breckenridge News for one year I can not get along without a home paper Yours very truly J J Jarrett ArkI Doctors Failed Again The Great Kidney RemedySaved nim McMinnvlllcj Tenn July 3lst 1900 Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Gentlemen About ten years ago I suffered severely with inllamation 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 AtllastI friend I tried SwampRoot and found immediate relief I began to get well after the fIrst half dozen doses and am now in an ordinary stage of good health I con sider SwampRoot cured me and T 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 office at McMinnville Tenn this July 31st 1909 W A Johnson Notary Public Prove What SwampRoot Will Do For You Send to Dr Kilmer Co Bingham ton N Y fbr a sample bottle It will convince anyone You will also receive a booklet of information telling all about the kidneys and bladder When writing be sure and mention the Breckenridge News II For sale at all drug stores Price fiftycents and onedollarFrom Mr McLymer Dear Mr Bnbbage Enclosed find renewal for the paper We are all glad to see the News come We love to read the best county paper In Kentucky John McLymer Kirk Ky I I AND GARDEN A saw H longhandled pair of pruning shears a shorthandle pair aud the ne cessary ladders will fill average needs in the pruning line Simply pull up any weeds which suc ceed in pushing through the strawberry mulch Generally speaking it is best to hoe or cultivate the fruiting lied in the spring Pruning raspberries and blackberries CUt out all canes that fruited last season should have been done last fall j also all winterkilled canes Shorten rema ining canes to three or four feet and cut off at least a third of the long side shoots Rake up and burn all brush Dont think the old orchard is past hope If too thick thin out the trees Clean out all bad limbs Spray and cultivate Feed plenty of stable manure and my word for it iu nine cases out often the old orchard will pay for itself ten times over Take care of it be good to it it pays Albert Repp New Jersey speaking about apples says Taking the total population of tho United States and dividing it by the number of appres pro duced it leaves but twenty four apples for eachperton from now till July 1st It is wrong when we can grow such good apples not to grow more j 80000 COO oarrels would be but one barrel each yet we have now but 4000000 barrels on hand in this entire country Formula for making the Bordeaux mixture Four pounds of sulphate of copper four pounds of quicklime fifty gallon of water First dissolve the copper sulphate The easiest quickest way to do this is to put the copper sul phate in a cheese cloth bag and nus pend the bag in a barrel partly filled With water Next slake the lithe in another receivable and strain the milk of lime thus obtained into the copper sulphate solution Lastly add suffic ient water to make fifty gallon From March harm Journal CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- Signaturo ofI NEW IDEA WOMANS Marcella Sombrich heads the list of con tributors in the New Idea Womans Magazine for April with Tan autobiog raphical article entitle The Business Girl and Her Mother by Table Herbert Urner author ofliThe Jour al of a Neglected Wife gives some sound ad vice to the working girl Unusal Occupation for Women shows the startlingly larue number of new fields of act ivity women have invaded and made good The fiction is by Anua Steese Richardson Adele Marie Shaw and Honore Willisie with a captavatlng serial by Itlorence Warden The fash ions are pleasing and tell all thats new this spring The number is oil that a woman could ask Stubborn are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balkwithout cause Then theres AppotitIndigestionNervousness KIngsNewach hind Liver remedy S easy 250 at Severs Drug Store 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 interest Editor ever i of to fit James Aged and well Known Citizen ing Items About Folks Held over from last week If You want the best flour buy the tewisport BEST patent flour visitIng HRobbinsMiss Nillie Sherron of MrsDeunieLagrippe is an epidemic in this Friday G P Ball of McQundy was in this Friday und Saturday of last week and bought the remaining crops of tobacco Alvin Rice of ngRisForrest Sherron leaves for Texas in a few days WhitesvillefilledSpringSaturduyO W Rice sold a nice lot of hogs to J T F Owen Born to Mr and Mrs Len Weather holt March 1 1110 n girl James Chancellor a well known citizen of this place died at the home of his sonH Chancellor Thursday at 8 PM Feb 24 1910 of compli cation of diseases lit had been in bail health for several years but had been bedfast only a few days Had he lived till June the 3rd he would have been 73 years of age He lelt three children T H Chancwllor and Mrs W II Robbins Two sisters Mrs Amanda nod Miilinda Barrrtt One Marion Chancellor and a host of friends to mourn his loss He was laid to rest in the Chancellor burying giound the next day nnU M MMrrrllrwNiilrVN qra eoeWtfNV MdWiRP d 6 1JtJA saMcv Ak MM f- An Event of Great Importance to Every Man j i I Woman and Child is Our Spring Openingf- We I I I j invite you to inspect the magnificent materials in we received New Dress Fabrics I SilksSpring Ginghams LacesEmbroideries EmbroideriesCorsets ORCHARD MAGAZINE I ShoesThe largest and most complete handled in Irvington You should make selection spring shoes early get the best TAR FORK Chancellor DeadInterest Personal Hardinsburg neighborhood neighborhood Wednesday Spears brother I every line have just line your Novelties I MattingLace Bleached Sheets Bed Etc SpreadsII Mens and Boys Clothing Wonderful Opportunities in All Departments r 11 i L A JOLLY Irvington KentuckyMnnIMIJI W A 11 W M1Jwn i i4 n rk- I n rw a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in udvanqo t CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents perlino Money I a advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify lis When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give thojr old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT I J PAGES CLOVERPOKT KY WEDNESDAY MAR 16 1910 I The Legislature adjourned yesterday h And the gas did not cause Mondays fire Plowing looks good There is a lot of it going on in this county too When it comes to lighting fire under difficulties there is no town can beat us t j I j Jueta fov ladders and a few buckets would have saved the Fisher and Skill uian homes t Hogs reached 11 cents yesterday It wouldty surprise us to see then roach 15 gents s Cloverport is not doomed the town is as good as any place we just havent any fire protection Paymaster Ferry came in on time yorterday scattering his gold dollars and making bright faces all along his route The pay car is a great boon to our town WEBSTER Miss Dee Basham is visiting friends Don Lyddan Is at home after at extended tour of the East Ed White was in Louisville Saturday Joe Compton of Bewleyvllle was the guest of his brother T J Compton Sunday John Wright and family will leave for San Diego Cal Tuesday where they will make their future home Earl Payne was in Cannelton Ind ThursdayMr Compton was In Bewleyvilje last week Lawrence Wright went to Louis ville Sunday Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton irvingnon Produce Co Miss oleo Hatfield and Mr Will Hatfield arc visiting friends and relatives at Kosmosdale Mrs Skillman of Cloverport was the guest of Mr and Hugh McGavock SundayMrs N D Payne entertained to dinner Sunday Mrs Stewart Mrs Shumate Mrs Addle Kendall Mrs H C Haddock II C Stewart and Addle Kendall- If you want the best flour buy the Iewisport JJK8T pateut fou- rGARFIELD I If you want the bust Hour buy the Lewisport KIJST patent flour Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Jr were guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton Sunday- A A Richardson and son are doing a hustling business Miss Ruth Frymiro was the recipient of a box of nice oranges A gift from her grandfather in Florida Miss Elizabeth 1rymire is going to Florida to visit her fathor T S FrY1 mire of Tampa Fin Abe Compton runs the boardinghouse at Garfield now Spring has come and with it joy and pleasure Johnsons House Burned Jas II Johnson lost his home nnd household goods near town Monday morning The fire occured at the same time the one happened on the East side NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Cloverport People Should Learn To Detect the Approach of Kidney Disease The symptoms of kidney trouble are so unmistakable that they leave no ground for doubt Sick kidneys ex crete a thick cloudy offensive urine full of sediment irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding The back aches constantly headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the victim is often weighed down by a feeling of languor and fatigue Neglect these warnings and there is danger of dropsy Brights Disease or diabetes Any one of these symptoms is warning enough to begin treating the kidneys at once Delay often proves fatal You can use no bettor remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Heres Clover port proof John H Wills judge of police court High St Cloverport Ky says I have no hesitation in pronouncing Doans Kidney Pills the best remedy I know for the purposes for which their use is intended T take pleasure In recommending them to other persons who may be suffering from disordered kidneys I will be pleased to answer any questions about Doans Kidney Pills at any time II 1or sale by nil denIers Prim sOcents IoiterMilbum Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United Stales Remeiiber the name Donus and take no other IS WEll KNOWN HERE C V Willinms has been it diet HI at Hartford by the Ohio county grand jury all H charge embezzlement The in lictment was returned Saturday and he ill accused of emhezzing about 500 e longing to the 14II St IiR R while ticket agent for that road at ordsvUle He is also accused of emb izzlitg funds belonging to the Southern Express company Williams is wel known in Owensboro and at one time leld a very valuable position in the auditors office of the Texas road lie harried a young lady at Basket but later deserted her and has gone to parts unknown The officers are going to use every means to bring Williams to usticc Owensboro Enuqirer GO TO J M HOWARD t GLENDEANE KY I I 1 1 For Groceries Farming Imple t r ments Wagons Buggies LLtM Hay Corn Etc J ioS 11 1 IL Thinki g Qf a New Dress or Skirt for EasterASTE- R N ASTER is a time in the year wben everyone dons the new Spring clothes in fact it would not be the gala day it is without r 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 French and Storm Serge in all the new and staple shades also black 36 inches wide 42in Materials 75e1 Yard Fancy Gray French Serge Storm Serge Stripe and Check Serges Silks Most Favored This Spring II 36in Black Taffeta 98c Superior quality Justle finish guaranteed woven in selvage suitable for onepiece suits separate waist and skirts Splendid quality silk for 98c19in Silks 59c In hairline stripes sheperd checks and fancy figured effects all the seasons new com binations yard 59c a TO 26INCH FOULARD In new and this best the dots as Ji 1 330334 W Market Stt 213 Avenue Louisville Kentucky r Announcement I have from L RRELL- v COMPANYCHICAGO A line ft of their Wall Papersrr and I am now in posi tion to meet all your requirements for good interior decorating The new things make my and Iam1yj sure you and everyone else will admit that I have the finest collection of Wall Papers sawyou eve Advise me when canll call uuonyouE- stimates l Given all Kinds Paper and I Si 1 Cloverport Ky V Three Deaths George Lindsay aged died Friday March 4 William Tin lall age eighty died Tuesday March 8th John Duke age fifty died Thurs iay1 March 10 The town ship of Dukes was named for the latter All three orhc men were well thought of In the k fV Plain Plain Shadow Fertilizer Tor tobacco or solicited of FOR If best dour Lewispprt SILK 125 42inch Silk Poplin in all new and staple shades also black very pretty and for dresses or skirts Yard and Satin in black and 42 and 48 L I Be fainting is good in all the new and staple shades also white cream and black 19 i wide at the very low price 59c i very for the dress and coat suits This silk is comes in all shades also and black J a big of seasons styles also plain with staple priced 75c 85c Fourth received CeO complete sample display I on c TII Bow liit A B SInLL IAN Cashier F L 0 T Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRJECKINRJDGE Ky 38 years of to its credit It has passed three panics and paid e cry claim to its amount on Never scaled a check x An Safe Place to 3 per cent on Time I A B Conrad Simons F L W H BowmQf Jno C Jarboe 0 T A R to eeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeee GLOBE FERTILIZER FOR SALEGl- obe Your ders Jake Ky eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeemDukes large families Cry FLETC- HERSCASTORIA KIRK you tthe buy tho BEST patent flour a POPLIN YARD serviceable 42481nMaterirls 100 Series Panamas Cloths Colors also mixtures finches Are To The Fabric Fancy Correspondence Worsteds Kendall 19in Satin Messaline 59c Hessaline always inches Rough Pongee Silks 75c Pongees are popular onepiece 27inches wideand white 24 SILKS variety grounds follows J50c 59c 65c and Yard decidedly interesting Hanging Decorating McCRACKEN Solicited eightythree Mail Orders Prompt Careful Attention President LIGHTFOOT VicoPresident SKILLMAX BANK Cloverport Organized honorable dealing through legitimate full demand absolutely Business Deposits DIRECTORS Skillman Lightfoot Skillman Fisberi Webster Children grey wide FOR SALET Northern Wliito and Mixed Oats for seeding and feed also i Corn Timothy and Clover Hay Cotton Seed Meal Brick and I tw Coal at Lowest market prices Your patronage solicited I i- Si N ySi Heston Whitworth Company m mIncorporated Vt mmAt I Depot Ky rrJ69r76 C C BROCK Manager f t Y 7r3br3r3 r333rrrc 1Ifc We the News success The farmers are delighted with this fine weather Nearly every one around here has been on the sick list Thomas Ryan and family have been on the sick list but are improving Taylor and George Mattingly have been on the sick list for quite a while with lagrippe Lon Jarboe has been real bad sick We are glad to see him out again lr Given and T 1872 do wish Go to Glasscock Co Gleadean for best irish potatoes at 85 cents pe bushel Mrs R E Scroggins went to vii her parents last Saturday iiII Marcus Mattingly will soon have new house completed nail will moVe I- it i soon Miss Maggie Ryan and little atotw Pauline have had the r Jim Withers near IngriPpeff acres of ground broke t- farming light along If 111 prttmweather lasts t r t- El i l s Remedy Rellable cATARJRHI Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It clonuses soothes hfeals protects diseased the mem brano resulting from Catarrh and drives sway a Cold in the UERstoresPaste and Smell Full size CO cts nt Druij gists or by mail In liquid form 7G cents Ely Brothers GO Wnrron Street New York the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 16 1910 For Congress 1 DenJohnsons Coiigress subject to the action of tho Demo cratic Primary tobo hold March 12 1910 f i PERSONAL iiANDLOCAL MonayIvan Robbins of Evansville was in- townMouday Percy Huston of Hardinsburg is the guest of relatives V Mr And Mrs Chad Jackson were in Louisville Sa urdayr Lafe Taul went to Colorado Tuesday to Bee his son Walter Dick Smith Jr of Voif Creek was In the city Saturday Miss Theodosia Matheuy has return ed home from Louisville t Mrs Walker Board was the guest of Mrs Jeff Miller Sunday Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt went to Louisville Saturday Mrs Nathaniel Tucker was appointed v delegate to the missionary If you want the best Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mi and Mrs Shelby Pate were in Louisville last week shopping Miss Jennie Bates of DePauw Ind is visiting Mrs Chits Hamman John Wright and family of Clifton Mills left Tuesday for California Mrs Alonzo Bennett will return to Bewleyvillo from Louisville next week Mrs vW N Head of Lodiburg went to Henderson Monday on a visit Mrs William Gibson of Holt was Visiting Mrs Chas Hamman last week V Mrs John Dean has been illat her Tionie on Third Street on the West side Taylor Triplett wife and baby of Custer returned from Louisville Mon dayGo to Glasscock Co Glendeane for best irish potatoes at 85 Cents per bushelMrs Byrne Severs and son Hugh Barrett went to Owensboro r Monday morningMrs Napper of Stcphensport was 1 lee yesterday visiting Mrs Mapper of this city Mr and Mrs V J Hill and grandson Leon Galloway spent the week end in Evausville J C Crutrher of Webster and J II GtbsJii of Irvington were here liut wok uroute to Patesville W S Proctor with a smile DUlla glad hand was here last week He culled nt the News office andrenewed his subscription Go to Glasscock Co Glendeane fur best iiish potatoes at 85 cents pr bushel Gee David R Murray of Hardinsv burg was here Thursday the guest 01II his daughter Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs W T Mason went to Macao yesterday to visit her neice Prom theie they go to Oklahoma to locateMr and Mrc David R Murray aiill daughter Mildred will arrive here from Glendeaue this week to visit Dirt Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate hAve moved into their home on Ferry Street They have rtcently bought the residence from C A Esk ridge Mrs Cordrey has received her fooftfe from Chicago and Cincinnati and her line of millinery includes some hand some creations Mr and Mrs M W Moorman nf Vanzurjt who has been visiting Mr and Mrs C D Ham Teton and other relatives have returned home MrsiiCprdrevs millinery display is indeed beautiful this season and her hats are the handsomest that have ever been brought to Cloverport Mr and Mrs G1 Mason who have been the pleasant visitors of Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate left last Wednesday for the West to make their home Miss Mary Christina Hamman was six years of age Friday She received many nice presents and it trip was given to her to Holt by her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Hamm- mnSTEPfENSPORT r If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent Hour Rev J F Winchel has been sick for several days I Mrs S H Dix Miss Alvin Driskel J B and Harland Morgan Thomas j Smith Pike Conn and Mrs Sallie Ben nett are on the sick list Mrs Hebbie Robinson and son Webb arrived last week from Indiana j polls They will make theirhome with Mrs Robinsons sister Mrs Nan nie Sills who has latdV moved into her new home I i Grandmother Dowell Iisimproving Miss Pauline Moorman is able to be out again Dick McAfee has moved to town R A Smith was in Louisville last week I I Mrs Boyd McKaughan and daughter Stops LamenessM- uch of the chronic lameness in neglectSecnot al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and applyat the first sign of stiffness Its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant Heres the Proof Mr G T Roberts of Resaca Ga RFD No i Box 43wrltesII hart used your Liniment on a horse for swee ney and effected a thorough cure I al so removed a spavin on a mule This spavin was as large as a guinea egg In my estimation the best remedy for lame ness and soreness i- sSloans LinimentMr IL M Gibbs of Lawrence Kans RFD No 3writesfour Liniment is the best that I have ever used I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and onE Soc bottle of Sloans Liniment entirely cured her I keep Itaround all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock Sloans Liniment I will kill a spavin curb or splint re duce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price GOo and 100 Sloan book on horse cnttle sheep nml poultry seattree Addre Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U 8 A Miss Katie Belle spent the day in Clo verport Sun lay the guests of Mr and Mrs A B cKaughanIMrs John Weisenberger and son of Cloverport were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Hanks one day last week Chas Hanks came home lust week on u furlow Mr and Mrs H S English and granddaughter Elizabeth English arrived home Saturday from Pembroke near Hopkinsville where they spent the winter with their daughter Mrs F B Lacy Mrs G W Payne spent the day Saturday in Sample Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius visited relatives in the country last we- ekSubscribe GO TOW C MOORMAN THE FERTILIZER MAN GLENDEANE KY He Handles the Old Reliable Homestead Tobacco Grower Also the Nelson Morris Cos Big Nos Pure Animal Matter Fertilizer There is nothing better made Use respon sible goods and you are sure of good results J I IlL Our z tock oI New Spring Dry Goods is now being opened We want every woman in the vicinity to call and see them W C MOORMAN Glendeane Kentucky + rd H4t Wacrvts I + For Sale Mare Mule FOR HALE or trade dark gray mare rqule willtrlldoonutllIltoldlFor SaleS C R I Red CockrelsI h F rrombeFLO0for15IdRS Earn SIOO Monthly A monthlyI Syudlcate Start Mail Order Business ANYO iK auywt ere can start a man order at home No canvassing Ho your own boss Send for free booklet Tells how Heacock A 34SO Lockport N Y Wanted Miscellaneous Vlantid apple tree bodies Nor particulars rod prices write or call on Chas A TInlu Stcpliunsport Ky For Sale English Kitchen COK SALEEnRlIsh Kitchen situated in1 Cloverport centrally located and paying well an amount Invested Apply or write John Welsenburg Oloverport ICy Aar aorOtfly I A NEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN PENS AT PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co Irrass rlr0rld uLi III- H A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday tea Henderson Route Notes Annual Session Ancient Order Of The Mys tic Shrine New Orleans La Reduced fares from Cloverport to New Orleans sad return April SDlOll For further Information call on agent One way iccond and mixed class c lonists fares to California Iud the north west March 1st to April Ii Subscribe today A A SIMONS President IC MATTING LY VPro Idont MARION WEATUEUIIOLT Cashier Because Saint Patricks Day Thursday March 17 We have the Irish Flags Shamrock Pins St Pat rick Post Cards Green Ribbon for Badges J C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY 1 Lr WANTED EGGS AND POULTRY IrvII We have opened a produce house at t ington and will pay highest cash pricesttEggs Poultry and 11for Butterff J tJOHN N NORRIS SON COt 1 1JOHN M KENNADY Managerff + 1varw dlPOita d1 I4J AOOa w rt Farm For SaleI w w- r for sale either for cash or on reasonable terms II11I1e farm of lau acres lying about 3 miles South of Four room cottage and other necccsary buildings on farm Yell watered and good land Call in person or write me nt onto I most reasonable tobaccoII t JOHN OREILLY Executor t 11lIardinsburg Kyff JvWe Do ALL KINDS OF Job Work U L OI I hit 1 F P 1AYNK 1L IrI MARK J A llAltUY ROAM OF mHJtOrUHSPAIH LEWIS Aslstant Cahler BANK OF OLOVERPOR1Incorporated IVOJ Capital SUrplus and Undivided Profits 226000- 0W E wish all a Happy and Prosperous New Year and desire to thank those who have heretofore con r tributed their patronage and influence We have made our resolution to double our business during 1010 and looking forward to that mark wo earnestly solicit your account whether be large ortmail we will appreciate anti give it our very best attention It is better to keep adding to a small account than to be continually reducing a small one If you are not already a customer wi Invite yournttention to our board of directors composed of successful businessmen who direct the affairs of this bunk Fully insured Intrest paid I on time deposits If our methods please you tell others if not tell uf and we will see to it the fault if will be corrected oursrr 11 rR r EVERY FARMER= 1- As t well as every a hunk hUSiWRVnvo uceountII Your money is safer iin the bank than anywhere elsoIPaying your bills by check is tho simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays J It gives you a better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches holps and encourages you to save bookkeepingYour business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established punk wo extend our services tThe Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky j1 I I 4 e tS AYJ fI r c Tt ff M I 1J10I1 1OiIutIfIjXf7tW IIiri IJ tl Tt i I tl j The Lure2 vvvvvvvvvvvvvrvwv V tenouBh cried milord but there was a hardness In his throat at the sight of the old mans tears Where was the proud and stately man tho black bearded shepherd In faded blue linen In picturesque garters with his roodlike pipe that he Ulllardi had known In his boyhood days I can glvo you only my sympathy for your loss said Hillard but I abhor the spirit of revenge which cannot find satisfaction In anything savo murder Giovanni bowed gravely anti made off with his boots Hlllard remained staring thoughtfully at the many col ored squares In the rug under his feet It would be lonesome with Giovanni gone The old man had evidently made up his mind nut the woman With the voice would she see the no tice In the paper And if she did would she reply to It What n foun dation for ii romance Bah He pre pared for bed To those who reckon earthly treas ures as the only thing worth having John Hlllard was a fortunate young man That he was without kith or kin was considered by many as an additional piece of good fortune Born In Sorrento In one of the charming villas which sweep down to the very brow of the clllTs educated in Home up to his fifteenth year taken at that age from the dreamy drifting land and thrust into the noisy bustling life which was his inheritance fatherless and motherless at twenty a college youth who was forever mixing his Italian with his English and being laughed at tinting tumult and loving quiet warm hearted and Impulsive yet meeting only habitual reserve from his compatriots whichever way he turned U Is not to be wondered at that he preferred the land of his birth to that of his blood The old house In which he lived was not In the fashionable quarter ot the town but that did not matter Nor did It vary externally from any of Us unpretentious neighbors A cook a butler and a valet were his retinue Giovanni sought his own room at the end of the hull squatted on a low stool and solemnly begun the business of blacking his masters boots He was still as luau and tall aa a Lom bardy poplar this handsome old Ro man Ills hair was white there was now no black beard on his face which was as brown and creased as Spanish levant and sonic of the fullness was gone from his chest and arms but for nil that ho carried his fifty odd years lightly IIo worked swiftly tonight but his mind was far away from his taskThere WOK a pitiful story common place enoughn daughter n lone liv lag olllcpr u knife Hung from a dark alley the siuMru flight to the nomli lllllml land found him wandering through tin streets of Naples hiding from the ramlilnlerli aa bent he could IIUIardscontrtvcii to nmufcgle him on the private llIht of a friend Flo found a peasant who was reconsidering the advisability of digging servers and laying railroad ties In the Elder rado of Ithe westt few pierce of oil ver and the passport hanged linndu With this Giovanni blandly lied lib way into the United States After due time he applied for citizenship and through Ilillards Influence It was ac corded him lie solemnly voted when elections came round and hoarded his wages like the thrifty man he was Some day he would return to Home 01 Naples or Venice or Florence as the case might be and then When the boots shone lawlessly he carried them to Illllards door ami softly tiptoed back He put his face against the cold window He too had heard the voice How his heart hurt him with Its wild hope But only for a moment It was not the voice he hungered for The words were Italian but ho knew that tho woman who sang them was not- CITAPTEIt II ODJECT ATRIlJO- NYWINTER fogs In New York arc quite so Intolerable HH counterparts in Lon and while their fro quency Is a matter of complaint their duration is seldom of any length Si by the morrow a strong wind from tho west had winnowed tho skies and cleared tho sun Thero were an ex hllaratinsr tinglo of frost in tho air and a visible rime on the windows rill lard having breakfasted lightly was standing with his back to tho grate In tho cozy breakfast room Ho was in boots and breeches and otherwise warmly clad and freshly shaven He rocked on his heels and toes and ran Tnte palm over bis bluo wblto chin In eearch of a possible slip of the razor 11 ty l dr I r Yi w ri fJf tyreOI 0e0a Mask 2 2 2 Byii HAROLD MAC GRATH I JCopyrightJy yyy iziovanni came in to announce mat he hind telephoned and that the xl gnors brown mare would be at the park entrance precisely at half after 8 Giovanni still marveled over this wonderful voice which came out of nowhere but he was no longer afraid of It The curiosity which Is Innnt and childlike In all Latins soon over came his dark superstitions lie wits an ardent Catholic and believed that a few miracles should be left In the hands of God The telephone had now become a land of plaything and till lard often found him in front of it paw tiently waiting for the bell to ring The facility with which Giovanni had mastered English amazed his teacher and master But now he need ed no more lessons The two when alone together spoke Giovanni tongue Hlllard because he loved It and Giovanni because the cook spoke it badly anti the English butler not at all You have made up your mind to go then amlco said Hlllard Yes signor Well I shall miss you To whom shall I talk the tongue 1 love so w11I when Giovanni Is gone with a lightt ness which he did not feel Hlllard had grown very fond of the old Ko man In these seven years Whenever the signor goes to Italia he shall find me It needs but a word to bring mo to him The signor will pardon me but he Is like like a son Thanks Giovanni By tho way did you hear a woman singing In the street last night Yes At first Giovanni hesitated Ah but that could not be Giovan ni that could not be No It could not be But she sang well the old servant ventured So thought I l even ran out luto the street to find out who she was but she vanished like the lady In the con jurors trick Hut It seemed to me that while she sang In Italian she her self was not wholly of that race Buonlsslma Giovanni struck a noiseless brava with his hands Have I not always said that the signers ears are as sharp as my own No the voice was very beautiful but It was not truly Roman It was more like they talk In Venice And yet the Found of the voice decided me The hills have always been calling to me and I must answerAnd the unforgettlng carablnlerl Oh I must take my chance with the air of a fatalist What shall you do I have my two hands sIgnor Resides the signor has said ItII am rich Giovanni permitted a smile to stir his thin lips Yes I must go back Your people have been good tome and havo legally made me one of them but my heart Is never hmo It IIs always RO cold and every one moves so quickly You cannot IIo down In the sun Your pollco bah They bent you on tine feet You remember when I fell ase p on the steps of the cathe dral They thought I was drunk nail would have arrested me IEverybody must1 keep moving hero It 1IB tthe penalty of bring rich And I am lonesome for my kind I have nothing In common with these herds of Sicilians nail Neapolitans who I pour Into the streets from tine wharfs GiovanniI spoke scornfully Yet In wartime the Neapolitans sheltered your pope Vanity They wished to nmko an impression on the rest of the world It IIs dull hero besides There Is no Joy in the shops I am lost in these great palaces Tho fcsta Is lacking Nobody bargains nobody sees the proprietor You find your way to the streets alone The butcher says that his meat Is so and so and you pay Tho grocer marks his tins such and such and you do not question and tho baker says that and you pay pay pay What I need a collar it is quindicl fifteen you says I offer quat tordlcl I would give interest to the sale But no The collar goes back into the box I pay quindlcl or I go without It is the same everywhere Very dui dead lifeless inilard was moved to laughter Ho very well understood the old mans lament In Italy If there Is one thing more than another that pleases tho nn tive It is to snake believe to himself that he has got the better of a bar gain A shrewd purchase enlivens the wholo day It Is talked about laughed over and becomes the history of the day Hlllard presently left tho house and hailed a Fifth avenue omnibus Ho looked with negative Interest at tho advertisements at the people In tho streets at his fellow travelers Ono of e W tIiRiJttt i IIER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia EPinkhams Vegetable Compound Snbattus DialneYon told mo to tako Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills before childbirth and we are all surprised to gooditcian said Without doubt it was tho Compound that helpedI you I thank you for your kindness in advising me and give you full permission to use my name to your testimonialsDirs II W MITCHELL Box 8 Sabnttus Me Another Vonlnn Helped pnsslngthroughfrom nervousness and other annoying PlnkhamsVegetable strength and proved worth mountains of gold to me For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my letterMrsCIIAKTKS BARCLAY EFD Granite Tllle Vt- Women who are passing through this critical period or who nre suffer ing from any of those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of the fact that for thirty years Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which is made from roots and herbs has been the standard remedy for female ills In almost every com munity you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegciablo Compound I iiThe flash nt a purr eyes these was utaacu ueniiia ills morning paper Personals Ulilard squirmed u little The world never holds very much romance in the sober morning What a stupid piece of folly The Idea of his sending that personal Inquiry to the paper Tomorrow ho would see It sandwiched in between samples of shopgirl romance lilies tionable Intrigues and divers search warrants Ye gods Will the blond who spilled at gentleman lu blue serge elevated train Tuesday meet salute In park Object matrimony Ulilard fidgeted Young man known as Ado nis would adore stout elderly lady iin dependently situated Object matri mony Ilsu Girlie Cant keep ap pointment tonight Willie Push A Touch widow of eighteen tinincum bered and so forth and so on Hot bully rot anti here he was on the way to jolu them Will the lady who sang from Mme Angot communicate with gentleman who leaned out of tho window 1 J II Burgomaster Olub Positively asinine There was scarce one chance in a thousand of the mysterious slug rs seeing the inquiry not one in ten thou sand of her answering It And the folly of giving his club address That would look very dignified in yonder agony column He would cancel tile thing He dropped from the omnibus at the park entrance where he found his restive mare He gave her a lump of sugar and climbed Into the saddle Ho directed the groom to return for the horse at 10 oclock then headed for tho bridle path It was heavy but tho air was so keen and bracing that neither tho man nor the horse worried about the going Only one party attracted him a riding waster and a trio of brokers who were verging on embon point and were desperate and looked it Hillard went on The park was not lovely the trees were barren the soddenSheyouthfull Ho found himself humming the refrain over and over Sho had sung it with abandon tenderness lightness For one glimpse of her face Ho took the rise and dip that followed Yards ahead a solitary woman cantered east ly along Ulilard had not seen her be fore Eo spurred forward faintly cU rlous There was nothing familiar to his eye in her charming figure She rode well As ho draw nearer ho saw that she wore a heavy gray veil And this veil hid everything but tho single flash of a pair of eyes the color of which defied him Then bo looked at her mount IJril Them was only onn w Tt rp f rangy black with n white throat from the Sandford stables up was positive But the Sandfords wore at this mo nothlnJjfhereyour againii at the rider The lash of the eyes was not repented so his interest vanished and he urged the snare Into a sharp runII mancc She hind passed his windo rand disappeared Into the fog and there was n reasonable doubt of her ever returning front it The singer In the fogthus he would write It down j In his book of memories and sensibly 1 turn till page At length he came back to the entrance and surrendered the mare He was about to cross the square when he was hailed Hlllard wheeled and saw Merrlhew He too was in riding breeches Why Dan glad to see you Were you In the park- Riverside 1 Beastly cold too Come loin me In a cup of good coffee The two entered the cafe How are you behaving yourself these days asked Merrlhew- MyI habits are always exemplary answered II lllnrd Hilt yours Mcrrllu w gulped his coffee Kitty Kllllrriv leaves In two weeks for Ibrele- And who Ithe tltwr IIK 1tilttyt Kllll grew demanded Hlllard What ropronrliftilly You hIt vept heard of 1 Kitty Kllltprew In The Mo ern MaldV Wlmre have you lueiv Pippin irrtr41i vniilirHto Minis h the town In a iiiiI say Dan dont yew ever tlr of that sort I eat reoill iiiI there wasnt a KltJv ffvllllrnny WI1ls the attraction Hllbird wuvii ri iio the hlg black cigar UliufV tin attrac lion The truth IIs link tIm n IHIHM half the time I cant get away trot the glamour of the footlights Im no Johnny You know that No hanging around stage entrances and buying wino and diamonds 1 might be reck less enough to buy a bunch of roses when Im not broke hut I like em Ithe bright ones They keep u fellow unused Most of cm speak good English and come from better families than you would suppose lust good fellowship you know Maybe a rub hit and a bottle of beer after the per formance or a little quarter limit at the apartment singing and good sto vIes What youve In mind Is the Phorus lady Not for mine Illllard laughed recalling his convcr xatlon with the policeman Go on he said Get it all out of tens system now that youre started And then It tickles a fellows vani ty to be seen with theta at the restaurants Thats the way It begins you know Ill be perfectly frank with rout If It wasnt for what the other fellows say most of the chorus ladles would go hungry And the girls that you mind I know think Im a devil of a fellow wicked but Interesting and till that Illllards laughter broke forth again timid he leaned back MerrIhew would always be twentysix he would always be youthful And this Kitty Killlgrew 1 be hove Ive seen posters of her In the windows now that you speak of It Well lack Ive got It bud this trip I offered to marry her last night and was refused It seems to ono that your Kitty is not hnlf bad What would you have done had she accepted you Married her within twentyfour hours Come Dan be sensible You are not such an ass as all that Yes I am moodily I told you that I was a jackass half the time This is the half But she wont have you Not for love or money Are you sure about tha money asked Ulilard shrewdly Seven hundred or seven thousand It wouldnt matter to Kitty if she trade up tier mind to marry a fellow Whats the matter with me anyhow Im not 30 badly set up 1 can whip nny tuna In the club at my weight I can tell a story well and Im not afraid of any thingNot even of tho future added flu lardDo you really think Its my won ey pathetically Well seven thousand doesnt go far and thats all you have If It were seventy now Im sure Kitty wouldnt reconsider Whats she like asked Illllard with 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has the Idea In his head that thoro is money to be made in Italy and Germany during the spring and summer American comic opera lu those countrtes can you Imdgine It He has an angel and 1 suppose moneys no object This angel then has cut out a One tima for his bank account and hell never get back to heaven once he gets tangled up In foreign red tape Every largo city In Italy and Germany bus practically Its own opera troupe Poor II long to get my hands around her throatI angel1 Tell your Kitty to strike for a return ticket to America before she leavesYou think Its as bad as that Look on me as a prophet of evil If you like but truthful Ill see that Kitty gets her ticket iMerrihew snapped the case of his Watch and drew his legs from under the table I lost a hundred last night tooAfter that I suppose nothing worse can happen said Hlllard cheerily You will play for all my advice Its better to give than receive that replied Merrihew philosophical ly Ive a good mind to follow the company Ive always had a hanker King to beat It up at Monte Carlo A last throw eh Win or lose and quit 1 might win Vml then again you mightnt But tHe next time 1 go to Italy I want you to go with me Youre good company and for the pleasure of listening to your Jokes Ill Kindly1 foot the bills and you may gamble your letter of credit to your hearts content I must be off Who Is rliMn the Snnrtfords black Havent noticed What do you think of Kitty Charming And the photo Isnt n marker Possibly not Lord If 1 could only hibernate for three months like a bear My capital might then readjust itself If left alone that length of time See you nt the club tonight laughed Hlllard They nodded pleasantly and took their separate ways Merrlhew stood very high In Hillards regard He was a lovable fellow and there was something kindred In his soul and Hillards possibly the spirit of romance What drew them together perhaps more than anything else was their mutual love of outdoor pleasures Take two men end put them on good horses send thfipj forth Into the wilds to face all u Cant Work When you feel that you throughyourtired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping theirENot by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action ofii put vegetable herbs I W fake CARnuI i The Womans Tonic Mrs L N Nicholson of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I can do the most of my housework now I cant say too much for Cardui it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car i I Get a bottle today a e 1 t inconveniences ann ir tney are not fast friends at the end of the journey they never will be For all his aversion to cards there was n bit of the gamester In Illllard as once In hla office be decided on tho fall of a cola not to withdraw his per sonal from tho paper He was qulto positive that he would never hear that voice again but having thrown his dice he would let them lie Now at 11 oclock that same morn J Ing two distinguished Italians BatII down to breakfast in one of the fash ionable hotels The one nor the other had ever heard of Hlllard They did not even know that such a person ex J isted and yet serenely unconsciousJJ one was casting his life palmist would say across IIiliaIds The knots and tangles were to come laterThe coffee In this country Is abom inable growled one The waiter smiled covertly behind his hand These Italians and these Germans Why there is only one place In the world where both the aroma and the flavor of coffee are pre served and it Is not decidedly not In Italy or Germany And If his tip exceeded 10 cents he would be vastlyI surprised The Italian never wastes on necessities a penny which can be applied to the gaming tables And these two were talking about Monte Carlo and Ost ud The younger of the two was a very handsome man tall slender and new ous tho Venetian type his black eyes keen and roving suggesting a hasty temper The mouth partly hidden un der a graceful military mustache was thin lipped the mouth of a man whoI was always master of his vices From his right cheek bone to the corner of his mouth ran n scar very well heal ed And the American imagination might readily have pictured villas maids In durance vile and sword thrusts under tho moonlight But the waiter who had served his time In a foreign army knew no foil or rnplerI could have made such a scar more probably the saberrHis companion was equally pictur esque With white head and iron graybeard he wore in his buttonhole a tiny bow of ribbon the badge of foreign serviceIm afraid Enrico that you have brought me to America on a useless adventure said the diplomat She is here in New York and I shall find her I must have money mustl I owe you the Incredible amount of 100000 lire There are millions un der my hand and I cannot touch a pennyvDo let your debt to me worry youYou ore so very good Giuseppe Have we not grown up together Sometimes I think 1 am partly to blame for your extravagance But a friend Is n friend or he Is not But he who borrows from hs friend loses him Observe how I am placed It is maddening I have had a dozen opportunities to marry riches This millstone Is eternally round my neck I have gone through my part of the fortune which was left us Independ ently She has nil of hers and that Is why she Is so strong I am absolutely helpless Poor friend These American wo men They all believe that n man must have no peccadillos onco he has signed the marriage contract Body of Bacchus The sacrament does not make a man less human than he was before But this one Is clever She might be Italian born Her mother was Italian It Is the schooling in this country that has made her so clever The only thing Italian about her Is her hatred She Is my countrywoman there Without her consent I can touch nothing and If 1 divorce herpoufflall goes to the state Sometimes 1 long to get my two hands round her white throat One mistake one little mistake I sin will ing to sweat that she loved me In the beginning And 1 was a fool not to profit by this sentiment Give me pa tience patience If 1 say to her So much and you may have your freedom there is always that cursed will The crown of Italy will never withdraw Its hand No With his wifes family on his hands especially her brother the king will never waive his rights And remember we hnvo but ten daysWe shall not find time heavy I know a few rich butchers and grocers who call themselves the aristocracy And some of them play bridge and ecarfeThe diplomat smiled In anticipation I have followed her step by step to the boat at Naples She is here She will not be hard to find She has wealthy friends You say she Is beautiful Yes nnd a beautiful woman cannot hide Think of rt Chateaux and vII las and splendid rents all waiting to be gormanlzcd by the state Let us get out Into the air before I become excited and forget where I am The waiter stepped forward with the coats and hats To be continued Notice That resolutions of respect aro published at 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage t n i iI REPORT OF TAX COMMISSION TO GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY Continued in next issue Wo regard this matter of mortgage taxation as one of great im portance It is a burden that falls peculiarly upon the man of small means Careful investigation of the subject shows clearly that whore ovur mortgages are taxed the interest rate for money borrowed upon tho mortgage is increased so that tho borrower on the mortgage is not only paying the tax on his land but is himselfandnot the lenderpaying a double tax to the extent of the mortgage rhlo is manifestly unfair and unwise UNFAIR SHIFTING OF BURDEN The result of our attempt to raise from intangible personal pro pertyby which is meant money stocks notes accounts bonds and credits generally tho share of revenue which it should yield by moans of the uniform ad volorem tax rate results in the larger part of the burden of support of State and local governments being borne by other classes of property For the reasons explained above the total tax rate resulting from the combination of State tax andcounty tax and city tax is so high in most cities and towns of the State that iti will take from 40 to 75 per cent of the income from money mortga ges notes accounts stocks and bonds The inevitable result of this is concealment and evasion The owner of real estate seeks relief by undervaluing his property but ho cannot conceal it The owner of livestock farming implements and other visible property is driven to the same expedient But in the attempt to undervalue their proper ty both are met constantly by the machinery of the assessment and equalization systems which seek to bring up the assessment to a high er level The owner of intangible personalty however such as money mortgages notes accounts stocks and bonds simply conceals his property or removes out of the State with it and it is virtually impossible except in the case of mortgages and lien notes of record to prove his ownership Tho successful evasion of taxation by this class of property throws a constantly increasing nharo of the burden of publicsupport upon real estate and visible personalty The injustice of this scarcely needs demonstration The class of property referred to as intangible personalty constitutes in Kentucky on an average only a little over 11 per cent of the entire as sessment For 1907 it constituted about 11 per cent in 1905 it was a lUtlo over 9t per cent One State Auditor after another Kentucky his expressed the opinion that not over 10 per cent of the money on deposit in the banks is listed for taxation But if we exclude from intangible personalty mortgages and lien notes of record which being inattors of record cannot escape assessment we find that money accounts stocks and bonds and other property of this class constituted only 624 per cent of time assessment Wo are taking the figures for 1907 which are the latest available to us At the tax rate for State purposes in 1907 taxes on intangible property paid only 364 per cent of the total State revenue for that year including in the total of State revenue all revenue from other sources as well as from direct ad valorem taxes While this class of property was paying only 364 per cent of the total revenue of the State real estate in tho same year bore 44 per cent of the burden of public expenses and of that 44 per cent more than half was borne by farm lands An ex amination of the reports of the Auditor and of tho State Board of Equalization will show that for many years there has been a steady increase in tho proportion of the burden borne by real estate BURDEN FALLS ON FARMER An analysis of tho State assessments reveals the fact that 53 percent of the property listed for taxation is in the agricultural parts of tho State Farm lands alone constitute 45 per COlt of the total assessment Farms livestock farming implements and like property con stitute over 7 per cent of the total and if we add to these two items even a small percentage of all other personalty assessed in m ural coun ties much of which must belong to tho farmers we get this startling result That under our uniform ad valorem system in practice at least 53 per cent of the direct tax for State purposes collected from farm property while only about 6 per cent comes from money stocks bonds etc in the hands of other people In this respect the experience of Kentucky is not exceptional Every State has met with a similar result in attempting to collect a heavy ad valorem direct tax on this class of property Thus the system of the uniform ad valorem tax which was insti tuted under the impression that it would secure absolute uniformity in tho burdens of taxation results in practice in putting upon real estate and visible personal property a greater part of the burden of tho government while the millions of dollars of property in the form of notes stocks bonds and money in the hands usually of wealthier people virtually escape taxation Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and 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 11 contracted stubborn cold he wrlteu Iithat developed a cough that stuck to mo iu spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 18 pounds For Coughs Colds LaGrlppe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its supreme SOc i 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co A Model Oh no declared tho younger one my husband never goes to clubs or any other places of amusement unless ho can take mo with him Dear mol What a splendid man How long have you been married1 Itll be seven weeks next Tuesday Chicago Becord Herald PreferenceA Reasonable First Fair InvalidWhich kind of doctor do you prefer tho allopathic or the homeopathic Second Fair Inva lidI prefer tho Bymputhotlc File gondo Blatter ISUBSCRIB E l Drink Catnip Tea Catnip ten Yes of course People are beginning to see the value of garb teas and best of them all they say Is the beverage made from the homelyI catnip that grows In country gardens Iced it Is delicious on hot summer days Hot It relieves tired nerves acts as a sedative when one can go to sleep no other way and It Is a most excellent remedy for a cold If one takes it piping hot with a couple of dover powders Just before retiring for the night Catnip leaves should be gathered when the plant Is In bloom and dried The tea made from them is pungent aromatic and somewhat bitter The tea which Is made by steeping the leaves In hot water acts as n tonic and is an antispasmodic Old fashioned mothers give It to their babies to soothe and to expel the gas from the little stomachs Then these mothers drink whats left of this soothing herband like Itnnd feel refreshed without knowing the reason whyWe are gradually getting back to na ture and bcforo long well be a herb drinking people When that time comes well forget all about the nerves and indigestion and other dis eases caused by caffeine and tannic ncld Everybodys friendDr Thomas Electric Oil Cures toothache earache sore throat Heals cuts bruises scalds Stops any pain 0 Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1010 H7 H5 j H3 141STATIONS H6 I 142 I H4 H8 Dilly Dally I Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dllv U21 44M40 715J 12 50 7 40 P UI PM A M Lv Louisville Ar A M PM p M U 33 f4G3 8Strawberry 700 f2 1i5 725 9 39 500 8 50 Blslioff 652 f2 23 718U 4V 15 09 909 Aledora f6 42 f213f708 951 ffi 14 IU 14 Stiles 16 H6 12i7f029 57 15 17 1 0 17 Kathryn 6 82 f12 01I 659W PJ 5 21 U 21I Vest Point 629 12 01 llli6I 10 03 f5 9 IU as Howard 6 27 11 3810 51 10 oAMftl50am 64610 13 ffl 37 f9 U4 Rock Haven 6 16 ill 45 16 41 33lU559 16 Ekron B 65 ill 21I lI1610tit U US u3Guston 548 ill 13 0 08 10 43 II 6 II JII Hi Irvlngton 541 HOC gg f 10 t fa 31 tu I9 Webster t 533 lu 57 f5 42 10 50 f6 39 110 27 Lodlburg 5 27 flO 48 f5 34 11 02 f6 40 1033 mystic 521 110 41 526 1105 16 flO 11057 Sample 5 18 flO 3715 22 11 11 658 lU qq Stephensport S 11 1027 5 14 11 14 tf1 02 flO 48 AddIson 5 08 tlO 22f5 JO f Holt 506 no Jg 15 08 50fain Cloverport 4 57 10 07 4 57 8 15 12UI q 46 t 55 4 44 6 21 11 45 7 J7 11 18 Hawesville q 38 9 48 4 36 7 52 6 27 11 51 f145 11 25 Petrle 4 32 fU 37 428 114if6 32 11 GG t 50 11 2U Adalr4 28 fco1 32 424 f739 31f64 fO 17 4 2 11f77 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch 3 SI f8 52 3 51 7 02 7 13 12 35 835 12 10 Owcnsboro I 3 50 f8 45 8 45 6 65 57sAIif637f3 18 f 28f807 753 108 J 16 1243 Beals 3 18 8 Or 3 13 f6157 g8 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 IU 7 58 f5 11 6 13 8 1 15 19 24 12 50 Uaskett 3 12 7 52 f3 Ol 6 08 MAM1 48 lp 05 1 28uHowelLu 2 42 7 10 2 30 uu1 55 10 15 136 Evnnsvlllo 23S 7 10 230 7 40 7 40 ST LOUIS 000 834 AM l M P lit A M If Stops on Sign il Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 c irry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Clovorport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class Is4 Class 1st Class Second Class 9 7 113STATIONS 112 I Pissen 8 10 Mixed Mixed Pusson Mixed Mixed Dally ox Dully ox KOT Kor Dully ox Dally ox Sunday Sunday Dally Dully Sunday Sunday 1142f655m 709 555 sl33 GnrfleldsU12 s327 81110 720 f607 flJJ3uHarnedu fg I f307 f105S s728 s6 12 51146uu Junction so 28 5257 s1053 s734 s6 10 sIlsO Hardltisburg u 923 s243 S1048 s74l M 27 sll jl Junction sO 17 5283 s1040 f750 637 1203pOluKlrk 909 f2 22 fl031 f757 ftI15i 1209 McQuady fgOJ f202 NO 24 s810sO 59 sl2 20u Glcndenneu uas Gitsi 47 S10 ia s8 19 17 UD Dempster sS 4Gs140 s8 35 s22Ss241 Pails of Rough 18 31s12G s8 50 sl2 UDempster u816st03 slO 08 fS55 1713 f 100 Rockvale 813 si 00 flO 01 fOOl t719 f 105Vanzant f8073 f2 42 f 9 56 f9OS f7 2J f 1 10 eo Askins f8 01 fl2 37 f 9 53 ftl13 f730 fIll OaksffGS f223 f 0 45 s920 736 f 120 EJmltthu s7 55s1215 s938 7 5U Fordsvllle IS 10pm 935 430pm EARLINGTON 4 40 aim Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or husinees 1 If you do you may find just what you need in this department If you aro interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at onto 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 lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If yow 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 the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick salon Jno D Babbage S3 300 loo acres 2 mires from GustonA S mlles from Irvington welt watered lays well j good young orchard Rood timber on rural route school house tow yards trop liouso Improvements Rood four room dwollliijr with kitchen on back porch two Rood inthefieldtmeuttand hogtorn back hon wood shod will soli on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Dabbago Olovorport Ky 67AORE FA11M 5 room cottage hall and In good repair good stullstock barn two Rood sldo sheds crib Rood meat house and lion heuso and a variety of apples and grapes a Rood well and neverholing spring for stock water 200 yards oust of llardlAsburg In easy distance to the High School building when erected 2 OHO t or 160 acres four miles west of p t jjj aiondoano Smiles from branch railroad jail fresh land 100 acres In cultivation j 50 acres In grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell- Ing log dwelling 3 rooms and sldo room good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price 200036 cash FOR SALE Store houso and dwelling com corner First and High Streets wholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Oloverport AvonueWoUFOR SALFA farm containing 5Oacres and a fiveaono tenant house about 5W apple and poach troosllso pears quinces and apricots most of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 00 acres cleared balance In woods 183 acres In grass j several troves of black locust suQlclont for posts to wlro tho wholo farm In It lies near Ekron OJJonKFOR BALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician In u good town surrouuded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just tho place for some young physician to step Into u good practice and a good drug busIness An old establlshe byslclan wants to retire Is the reason for selling For further partic ulars address JNO D BAnnAGE Cloyor port KY x It Pays to Advertise See us The thing to dp is to I Try Our Want Columnftto u r g rar- y ie 0 + Fkv YJwj r c WDni ri4j F l CATARRH IN HEAD Pcruna Pcruna f MR WM A PRESSER WILLIAM A PUK3SEH 1722 MR Avo Moline Ill writes I havo boon suffering from catarrh In the head for the past two months find tried Innumerable so Balled remo dies without avail No ono knows how I have suffered not only from the dis ease itself but from mortification when In company of friends or strangers HI liavo used two bottles of your medicine for a short time only and It Hooted n complete medical cure and what is bottor yot tho disease has not roturned I can mostomphatlcally recommend Toruna to all sufferers from tills dis tube Read This Experience Mr A Thompson Box 65 R RIMuriel Ohio writes When I began your treatment my eyes wore inflamed nose was stopped up half of the time and was soro and scabby I could not rost at night on account of continual hawking and spitting- I had trlud several remedies and was bout to give up but thought I would try Peruno After I had taken about onethird of a bottlo I noticed a difference I am now completely cured after suffering with catarrh for eighteen years I think If those who are aflllctcd with catarrh would try 1eruua they would never regret It Manalin an Ideal Laxative IRVINGTON The largest surplus fund the least expense the most conservative methods curteous treatment and no changes in officers are a few reasons why the flank of E II Shelman Co should appeal to both borrower and depositor E H Shelman Co Bankers have more funds back of their depositors according to the deposits than any banlt in the state a distinction of which any bank should be proud A farmer with a surplus of stock can always meet his obligations a bank with a llarge surplus fund like E H Shelman Co can do like wise Vanted your veal calves lambs fat ijs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce CoII Mr and MrsI Lawrence Kirtley p nt Sunday at Brandenburg I ilu Rev Justice of Louisville filled ti iiulpit at the Baptist church SunI t liv in the ahsinctof their pastor Rov1I T W Gayer Kev Justice preached i t vo must excellent sermons to a large tad appreciative audience both times I 11ancl Mrs Jess Payne of West Point have moved here and will board with Mr and Mrs Matt Payne for the present Dr and Mrs Frank Hook who have been making their home here for the past year left the first of the week for Kansas where they will make their home It is much to the regret of their many friends here that they are going to leave Lewis of FordsvilleMisses Reba and Daisy Deane of Glendeane passedlI through town Monday on their way home from Cloverport and were the guests of friends for a few hours McGlothlan Piggott have just received anew line of buggies The Madlsonville Hartford an Eastern Railroad Company will have its headquarters in Louisville here after instead of at Hartford in Ohio county This transfer is provided in an amendment to the charter of the companywhich was filed In the county clerks office last week Miss Evelyn Herndon expects to leave sometime this week for Louis ville for a stay of two weeks with Miss May Tydings Go to McGlothlan and Piggott for your grass seeds Misses May and Blanch Claycomb and Miss Bessie Pierce I of Louisville have arrived for a short visit to Mrs Nellie Marshall and sister Mrs Fred BriteMrs L A Jolly who spent a few days In Louisville has returned Mr Cain of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs A B Coleman last Friday and Saturday A B Suter and Alf Taylor have returned from a business trip to EvansvilleMisses and Nellie Adkisson who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Lyddan Mr and Mrs H B Head for a week left for their home in Owensboro Saturday Miss Mabel McGlothlan will be the guest of friends in Louisville this weekMrs S P Parks Is expected home to day from Frankfort The Girls club will meet with Miss Nellie Smith on Thursday afternoon of this week- McGlothlan Piggott is the store for all kinds off farming impliments If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Itching torturing skin eruption dis figure annoy drive oue wild Donus Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures Fifty cents at any drugstore Louisville flarket Report LouisvilleMarch 151010Special- WheatNO 2 Red and Longberry 119 12- 2CornNo2 white n- sOatsNo2 nixed 49 IEggs Market quite case count 19 candled loc- Poultry1Tcns 13 and lie per Ib roosters 7c young chickens 15 20c ducks 15C turkeys 19c geese ft- cHogsTops1100 pigs SiOrJ 10 roughs 9 Is Sheep and LambsBest lambs 0 7C seconds 5 5c fat sheep I 350 4 50 get line and will Suits from 5 to 20 will be found in my the ed A B Kirschbaum line will suit the most fastidious dress ers HARDINSBURG tits Jesse Payne and little dough ter of West Point are visiting Mrs Mary C Heston Mrs Milt Miller is visiting her mother at Hardin Wove Ind Mrs Emma Able has returned to Louisville after a visit to her brother Charley Gncss Dr and Mrs John E Kinchcloe were in Louisville shopping Friday At an interesting spelling contest Friday afternoon Miss Lillian Miller was winner in Principal Piles room EloisedHook and Zeno Miller Mr and Mrs Davis Dowell spent Sunday at Garfield Mr Emerson of Montgomery Ala was hero one day last week to purchase horses v Allen R Kincheloe was in Clover port one day last week Allen Kincheloe who Is attending a medical school in Louisville was at home last week Marriage licenses was issued Fri day to Z D Dunn to wed Miss Mary Harper daughter of Wm Harper I The County Board of Education will meet in Supt Driskells office March 21 to consider any general school businessMr and Mrs David R Murray went to Glendeane Saturday for a few days visit before moving to Indianapolis Teachers from other counties are getting into the Normal which is fast filling up with delighted students- It you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour iOnly a little cold in the head may be the beginning of an obstinate case of nasal Catarrh Drive out the in vader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up air passages Price 50c If you prefer to use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qualities of the solid form of this remedy and I will rid you of catarrh or hay fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros sO Warren Street New York HITES RUN If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST pateut flour C H Smart was in Louisville a few days of last week on business Miss Oce Walker who has been visiting relatives at Mattingly return ed Saturday accompaineo by her cousin Mis Nina Walker Mrs Frank Waggoner and children who have been visiting relatives at Lewisport arc the guests of Mrs L L Smart and Miss Ida Waggoner were the guests of Miss Viola Chapin Sunday C D Payne moved his family to Harned last week He will remain here for awhile John A Waggoner was in Hardins burg Wednesday on business Miss Maude BeavIn returned Mon day aftor a weeks visit to relatives in LaRue countyIIj and Ladies Hats I carry a assort of Ladies Trim med Hats at popular and can save you money on them Mens Hats All latest styles The Bank of Hardinsburg TrustCo 7willconduct ac SACRIFICE CLOSING OUT SALE At Rosetta Ky Three Days THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARDH 24 25 26 1910 Iorder to settle the partnership accounts of Alexander the undersignedreceiver J will sell at below cost all of stock of General Merchandise belonging to that firm CUn order to people to the sale very attractive will be 16 Lbs W M of Holt was in and 8000 of Next year he to acres of Mr is a and a fine man One of the most as well as one of the men in the is Gus of who the of and any bill law 1 Granulated Sugar conies up in the takes n part in the of the He such hills and and is awlways to them trout a aud gen eral of view No man in the Sen ate has to than in this His have a boom for him for the for and to his until the time for the is what is a man He is a of born uud on the farm It I l 100 80eGoldEverything Including Fixtures Must and Will be Sold THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO Receiver Had Pint Tobacco Carman Hardinsburg Saturday delivered pounds tobacco intends plant twenty tobacco Carman thrifty farmer GUS BROWN MAKES GOOD watchful ablest Senate Senator Brown represents counties Brecken ridge Hancock Meade Whenever involving constitutional in and to not my is this of be for Senate Senator Brown always Jeadlm discussion measure gives thought prepared discuss legal point shown better advantage Senator Brown session friends started silent Democratic nouiaiiation Attorney General they propose push claims making Senator Brown termed selfmade native Meade county reared on mISS in it to to see it be He first began the practice of law n Clnverpoit but removed twelve years oi more ago to the count seat in order to be near the center o the county and the legal business Wbei he gets up to argue any point iu the Sen ate he is listened to with the best of attention on the part of his aud when he takes his seat the relizes that has been salJj worth weighing and seriously consider t Journal1 K n Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA It is Now Time to Think About Buying Your Easter Suit Only weeks until Easter so busy I have a complete of New Spring Suits all Styles Weaves be found here for the young lineI celebrat that WaggonerMrs Trimmed nick prices the Kasey prices the bring prices offered colors Hats for Men Boys from 400 Do forget White Sale that goingon week Big line White Goods and reduction will sold dueconslderallon intelligemlytboth unremittingly nomination now all White Goods this week Dnot have the largest and- complete stock ofshoes Irvington and will be your interest Hardinsburg fellowSenatorlj Senalfj something Gfolldr Three the Latest old ment Harditisburg most ngCourier fore buying your spring shoes I handle the Star Brand of shoes which are solid leather and are beau tiesBig line of Muslin Underwear for sale this week ED F ALEXANDER II I IRVINGTON KENTUCKY r