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Digital page images are linked to the text file. eTHE BBEGKENRIDGE NEWSi I PRINTI2 8 Pates Ni 37 I if BERRYBLACK I Miss Josie Berry And Mr John Black United In Marriage Sunday Afternoon In i Louisville I Miss Nancy Josephine Berry and Mr iI John Black were married Sunday after noon at 230 oclock The wedding took place at the home of his cousins I Mr and Mrs Winters in Louisville An impressive ring ceremony was said by the Rev H H Fenner pastor of I tiJLouisville English Lutheran church K beautiful reception was given the bride and groom by Mr and Mrs Ij Winters after which they left for their home at Silvercreek The bride was married in a house dress of light blue voile which was strikingly becoming to her Her travel ing suit was a stylish tailored dress p Mrs Black is the daughter of Mr and Mrs S R Berry of this city and is an exceedingly attractive young woman She has many admirers who will be surprised to hear of her marri age although her engagement to Mr Black had been one of long standing Mrs Black had held a position in the News office at different times and the the whole staff extends to her and Mr Black heartiest wishes for a happy futureMr Black is a former Breckenridge man and has been most successful in his business undertakings Miss Lucile Berry the brides young est sister attended the wedding which was a surprise to the rest of her family Miss Lucile and her sister went to Lou isville Saturday to buy the bridal tro usseau Card of Thanks We want to thank all our friends for their extreme kindness to us since last Monday Mr and Mrs A R Fisher LUCILE MEMORIAL t Dedicated Sunday With Beautiful ServicesDr Warren Delivers Elegant Address The Lucile Memorial was dedicated Sunday morning and all the plans made for the occasion wer carried out in a decorous manner Dr Warren of Louisville officiated in the dedicatory ceremonies assisted by Rev Mr Graves the pastor and Rev Mr t DillonThe musical program was appropri ately arranged by Miss Lillian Sippel the organist and Mrs Reidsang a solo accompanied by Miss Smith A history of the church is given in another column of the News HERE AT HOME CloVerport Citizens Gladly Testify I And Confidently Recommend Doans Kidney Pills It is testimony like the following that has placed Doans Kidney Pills s- oiftri above competitors When people 4ht here at home raise their voices in praise there is no room left for v doubt Read the public statement of f a Cloverport citizen Price Graham Railroad St Clover port Ky says I can recommend Doans Kidney Pills as a remedy that lives up to representations For four l years I suffered from disordered kd- II i neys and the secretions from these organs were too frequent in passage obliging me to rise several times dur ing the night Whenever I caught cold It was sure to settle in my kidneys and t greatly aggravate my trouble My back ached severely and when I stoop i ed I was seized by sharp twinges tthrough my loins The ache in my back at night greatly disturbed my rest and in the morning I arose feel ing lame and sore I was very nervous the slightest work tired me and i 1 often felt dull and languid Doans a Kidney Pills procured at Fishers Drug Store relieved me in a short tV tUne and it requiredj but the contents of four boxes to effect a complete i cure I can state that this cure has proven permanent and it therefore given me pleasure to recpmmend Tans Kidney Pills to other persons afflicted in a similar manner For sale by all dealers Price jOcents V itfoster MllbumCo Buffalo New York i oUe agents for the United States j 1r Remember the nameDonitsand- tkkuo other 0- r f9 I NEWTONCOLLINS Miss Lessie Newton and Mr War field Collins Were Married Yesterday Afternoon Short Bridal Trip A pretty home wedding was that of Miss Lcssi Newton and Mr Warfield Collins which took place yesterday afternoon at the brides residence on Bishop Hill The Rev German P Dillon officiated and the ceremony was said at 4 oclock in the presence of relatives and friends The bridal couple left on the East bound after noon train for a short wedding trip The brides dress was a pretty ma terial in the new shades of green and tan and she wore an elegant hat to matchMrs Collins is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Horace Newton one of the oldest and best known families of Cloverport She is a pleasant and accomplished young woman Mr Col lins is the son of Mrs Mattie Collins and is an energetic and splendid man They will make their home with his mother on Second street BIG SPRING Dan Browns Barn Burns And Loses Eight HorsesMrs Montgomery Dead If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use J H Meador is in Louisville Jas Bush and family have returned from a Visit to Henry county Jess Schooler iis here to raise a crop on B S Clarksons place Dan Brown IK ing near here lost his barn by fire Sunday morning about 330 oclock He lost 8 head of horses and a number of cowsand hogs besides hay and farming implements Guy S Meador of Louisville is the guest of his mother and little daughter Madge Webb Simpson of Grant county is here with his cousin Rollie Simpson News has been received of another little girl Mary Louise at the home of Mr and Mrs T C Williams of West Point Messrs Mattingly and Gray of Gar field were the guests of Misses Lucy and Leigh King Taylor Kasey has bought the corn mill of Dowell Martin and will grind twice a week Tuesday and Friday Mr Peak will work in the black smith shop he recently bought of Mr Kasey He is prepared to do all kinds of workSince our last letter Mrs Julia Mont gomery wife of Alex Montgomery the well known stock trader has passed in to the great beyond She leaves be sides he husband three children a mother and many relatives and friends She was twice marrie Her maiden name was Peak daughter of Henry Peak of near Vine Grove I Shower For Miss Gregory Miss Elsie Gregory was given a nice shower at the home of Miss Anna Mabel Kramer by the girls of the High School Saturday afternoon She was showered with many nice and useful presents Miss Gregory and her sister Gertrude have been making their home with Mrs Chas Lightfoot since their home burned Return Home Mrs Frances Quirtermous and daughter Miss Kate of Spring Lick and Mrs G F Cummings of Dundee who have been visiting her daughter Mrs G W Eskridge of Sample for severalweeks returned home Monday Dr and Mrs Quirtermous moved from this town to Fal s of Rough about twenty years ago From there they moved to Spring Lick where her husband died in 1007 Fire atMcDaniels1 J D Bruce lost his homey furniture and meathouso at McDaniels last Fri day His loss amounted to 6GOO and he had no insurance Will Keep louse Gon David R Murray and Mrs Murray and daughter Mildred left here Sunday afternoon for heir new home in Indianapolis They will koep house at 8530 Shelby streett1 S hJr y 0- n JOHNSON SPRINGS New Wrinkles On Republicans Kentuckian Shows Ills Class As Legislator Of Force And Skill Washington March toThe House of Representatives is realizing the fact that in Representative Ben Johnson of Kentucky the House has acquired a legislator of force and skill Mr Johnson displayed all of the qualities of a shrewd and resourceful general in I his fight recently on several of the bills brought into the House by the District of Columbia Committee Mr Johnson was on the job all day and as an objector who showed that he knows how to fight he made a great hit He received numerous congratulations on his success and the Washington morning papers pay him high compliments The Washing ton Post says- Representative Johnson of Ken tucky played the part of chief objector during tho entire six hours of the session Ho started the trouble that resulted in two roll calls and created a parliamentary tangle that brought a worried look to even the placid coun tenance of Asher Hinds the adviser in chief of the presiding otllccr on all disturbing questions of procedure The Post in further describing the pandemonium precipitated in the Republican camp by Mr Johnson says There was a scurrying from corridor and cloakroom to the succor of Chairman Smith of the committee but Democrats evidently determined to back Mr Johnson at the call for a vote showed both a superior strength of numbers and a greater vigor of voice Query and counter query crossed the chamber and Parliamentarian Hinds was condensing a days work into a quarter of an hourLouls Ludlow in Louisville Post SAD DEATH Of Bright Young Man at the Age of 26 YearsWas a Most Popular Boy Locust Hill March 21Special On the Uth day of March 1010 In the twentyixth year of his age James Carman answered the call of his maker He was the son of Mr and Mrs Thos R Carman of near Buras He had been in bad health for some time and his death had been expected by his parents and friends He was an ex ceedingly bright and promising young man and will be greatly missed in his home and social circles He found peace with Jesus about ten days be fore his death and died shouting his praisesThe pall bearers were Lester and Joe Pile Rice and John Laslie Virgil Hudson and Jesse Sipes The inter ment took place in tho Cook graveyard A New Kind Mr Joe Sawyer has been ill of grip and some one asked his little daugh ter Jane what was the matter with him She answered He has the suit case Interested In Her Home Dear Mr Babbage Enclosed find 50 cents for the News I am anxious to hear of the fire You all have my sym pathy I have been seriously sick three months Respectfully Nannie Spalding 2708 Eastern Ave cincinnati Ohio The Lady of The Quill By Mrs Ellwanger Copies of The Lady of The Quill have just come from the press of Louisville publishers and the friends of Mrs Jennie 0 Morton will be charmed with this little story of her life written by Ella Hutchison Ell wanger of Frankfort The book is in green and gold The biography of this famous woman is told in a charming and picturesque manner by Mrs Ellwanger and will be a valuable edition to historical literatureRev Farmer Called The Rev Frank Farmer of Owens bbrb has been called to the Baptist church of this city and will be present at prayermeeting this evening His decision will be made tonight in regard to tho call v pro f- I j i 4- X U- k if r STEPHENSPORT Local Items Personal Notes Business Announcement And And Paragraphs Of Interest If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the Hour you ought to use Rev F R Roberts and wife spent Saturday in Holt Rev Winchel Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs A B McKaughan and children of Cloverport spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs Boyd McKaughanMrs Dix is on the sick list Harland Morgan is still confined to his home Little Mamie Nevitt is very much improvedJim is able to be out again Mrs Jennie Brooks is improving Mrs Will Dowellof near Union Star spent a few days here last week with Mrs G W Payne Nice line of dress goods for spring and summerG W Payne Mrs Jake Hanks spent a few days in Cloverport last week Mrs JW French and daughter Miss Belva spent the day Sunday in Web sterR A Smith has returned from Evansville Miss Zelma Lay will leave soon for Washington D C where she has a fine position We regret to see her leavePike Conn is in Uniontown on busi nessGingham in beautiful figures and colorsG W Payne W J Schopp was in Louisville a few days last week Miss Effie Deickman is the guest of relatives sere Will Dowell of Union Star was the guest of his mother Mrs Nancy Dow ell last SundayIYandel Sargent Johnnie Walls Otis Dowell and Emery French attended thewipfci t play given at Rome by the pupils of the High school last Saturday night Spring Millinery including beautiful hats for dress occasion and street wear G W Payne Mr and Mrs Hugh Connor and son Kenneth of Illinois were guests of Mr and Mrs E T Connor last week Mrs Thompson and children of Gus ton were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Thompson several days last weekStanley Connor came up from Union town and spent a few days with his familyGordson rymire of Chenault was in town Saturday Pretty percales at 9 10 and 13K cents per yardG W Payne Olen Drwell of Oloverport was in town one day last week William Petitt left last week for Uniontown to spend a few months Lige Browd and Sam Gilbert attend ed the funeral of Mrs Letch Brown at Lewisport Friday Calicoes in all colors neat and nice for spring and summer dresses at 5 534 and 6 cents per yardG W Payne Mr and Mrs Lewis Stewart and son Earl visited relatives in the country several days last week Larue Bell spent several days last week in the county the guest of his sis ter Mrs Herman Deickman Miss Corine Conn will begin a three months term of school hero Monday Pittsburgh Electric Weld fence wires The best madeG W Payne Card Of Thanks We wish to extend to The Brecken ridge News and all friends who assist ed us in our efforts in building furnishing and preparing our church for the dedication which took place Sunday Members of The Lucile Memorial Notice All those who have pooled tobacco with the Burley Tobacco Society and wish to haul their tobacco to Steph- ensport can do so at once The Blaine warehouse is ready to receive same Any one desiring to deliver please notify Jno R Wimp Irvington by phone one day ahead D C HURON Chairman Breckenridge County Have Recovered The friends of Dr and Mrs Owen Will bo pleased to know that they have almost entirely recovered of the grip s1tt 1 U j Bake the foOd at and save ttrand IRVINGTON NEWS Miss Mary Payne Pretty Young Girl of Bewleyville Marries Mr Albert Marshall A pretty wedding took place Sun day afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom Payne near Bewleyyllle when their daughter Miss Mary Payne was married to Mr Albert Marshall of this city the Rev R D Brittain of Louisville officiating Only a few friends and relatives were present After the ceremony Mr and Mrs G T Marshall gave a wedding suppor to a number of guests- E H Shelman Co Bankers have more tunds back of their depositors according to the deposits than any bank in the state a distinction of which any bank should be proud- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the lour you ought to use Miss Claire Jolly who isa student at Logan College Russellviile will spend the Easter holidays here with her mother Mrs Lydia A Jolly McGlothlan C Piggott have just re ceived a new line of buggies Mrs Grace Conqvor has returned to her home in Owensboro after a few weeks visit among her friends and rel atives She has been delightfully en tertained while in this city Ed Alexander was in Louisville for a few days last week on a business tripR M Jolly had his opening at his new soda fountain lastFriday and the ladies were given a special treat which they appreciated very much Morris has one of the nicest places in town and it is fully equipped and quite an addition to Main street The largest surplus fund the least expense the most conservative methods curtcous treatment and no changes in officers are a few reasons why the Bank of E II Shelman S Co should appeal to both borrower and depositor Miss Iva Mudd after spending sev eral days with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd returned to Louis ville Monday Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvlngnon Produce Co Mr and Mrs Henry Cowley were the week end guests of friends at West Charlie Hawes and baby left last week for Owensboro where she will visit Mr and Mrs Sam Hawes Miss Leila Turner and brother Harold Turner of Louisville were visitors of their aunt Miss Mary Corn wall last week Miss Bessie Bentley left Monday for Louisville for a stay of several days with relatives McGlothlan Piggott is thestore for all kinds of farming impliments Misses Louise Lewis and Kathareon Montgomery of Fordsvilie were vis itors in town Saturday for a few hours Mrs L E Henderson returned Saturday from a short trip to Loulsvlllo Mrs C L Chamberlain will enter tain her club Thursday afternoon March aS Mr and Mrs Louis U Jolly who aro cjcijupylni a small cottage on College street will move to their new home in the wtst end of tho city about the first of April I tri Ict Jn 1 4 i1 J4cev rJ rt fu rg CAKE o hot biscuit t ihot breadst St pastry are lessened incost l t and increased 1m in quality and Iby joYALi Dakinf Powacrj home money healtl PointMrs COMMENCEMENT DAY Of Cloverport High School Draw ing Near Young Girls Looking Forward To The Glorious Event Although commencement week seems far off when one is told it is May still tho graduating class of C H S are counting the days until that great event is here Prof Tanner has called the School Board together to make arrangements for the occasion and the exercises will no doubt prove to be the most inter esting ever held here Prof Tanner is a man who can accomplish things and the school and friends are expecting a commencement that the sweet girl graduates and the faithful young man will be proud to cherish in their memo ries Mrs A D Pulliaui has returned from Louisville after having spent two days the guest of relatives Miss Nellie Smith wave a very pretty St Patricks party Thursday after noon In honor of the day the color scheme was green and white and this idea was carried out in the decora tions tally cards and costume The souvenirs were St Patrick green lags A two course luncheon was served Mr and Mrs Zack Stith of Bew leyville were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Wimp Saturday and Sun dayMrs R M Jolly spent Friday at Webster with her parents Mr and Mrs White Mrs Kate Bennett and sister Mrs Jennie Calloway and daughter Miss Calloway arrived Saturday from Ow ensboro where they have been visiting for the past month Mrs Arthur Wil liams and Mrs Willie Lewis A farmer with a surplus of stock can always meet his obligations a bank with a large surplus fund like E H Shelman C Co can do like wise Mrs Charlie Beard and two children have returned to Hardinsburg after being the guest of Mrs Nora Board Mrs Kirk of Fordsvilie Is spending this week in the city as the guest of her daughter Mrs Nannie Perry Go to McGlothlan and Piggott for your grass seeds Mrs B S Wilson passed through town Tuesday from Bewleyvillo on her way to Ardmore Okla where sho will visit her daughter fora month Miss Mary Smith of Guston was the guest of her sister Mrs Newsom Gardner last week Mrs A T Adkins spent yesterday in Louisville shopping Left Friday Mr and Mrs Fort and son Clifton have gone to their now home in Ten nessee The News and other friends wish ahem success and happiness in the Gunny South I r BoardBrasher Miss Alice Board nnd Mr Richard F Brasher of Henderuon were married Tuesday evening March 15 in the Methodist parsonnge at Henderson They left immediately for New Orleans to spend several days They will make their home in 4 Hendersonj P I n- o0 1T n Isae relrrtae a ElectricBitters Succeed When everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they arc the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH IiROURLE it is the best 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your order to us you can get r hi1 raskaiiridge News AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTHONE YEAR For Only 450 AWiTwrn The Louisville ITltttesIs The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Jilts the best corps of cor respondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Away- to this paper not to The Louisville Times I Subscribe II A r KEEN RAE FOR TIE SOUTH POLE Contest Between England and Each Expedition to Start Next America That Is Expected to Summer Practically at the Arouse the Sporting Blood of Same Time and From Oppo the Whole World site Sides of the Pole By JAMES A EDGERTON south pole mayas well come TIlE and be discovered The and English are aft er It and when both branches of the AngloSaxon race start out to do a thing there is nothing moroto it As Captain Robert F Scott the lender of the prospective British expedition expressed it he will stay two years If he docs not discover the polo in one will stay three years If he docs not discover it In two and added In fact wo shall jolly well stop there till the thing is done As for the American expedition Its commanding spirit will be Robert E Peary even though he is not to accom pany it in person It Is Peary who plans It Peary who turned over to It the 10000 given him in New York Peary who donates it the use of the Roosevelt and Pearys companions in the discovery of the north pole who will man the expedition Since Peary tried for the other end of the world for twentythree years It Is unnecessary to say that the exploring party organized by him und animated by his spirit wilt also Jolly well stop there till the thing is done There have been few finer exam ples than that furnished by Commander Pear In this entire affair His cor respondence with Captain Scott to de r q I 1 umJZle U EXPEDITIONS TIE SHIP lIEU CAPTAIN WHO BEEN termlno If an Ainorlcan expedition would be acceptable to the British who through the Shackleton and other explorations had established a prior claim In the antarctic Held revealed the instincts of the Kportsman and an regard for the feelings of others Pearys donation of his 10 000 gift nnd of the Roosevelt had a dramatic touch and exhibited unself ishness This same unselfishness was displayed by his voluntary relinquishment of the honor of leading the expedition Belated Recognition Those of us who criticised Mr Peary for his attacks on Dr Cook should now bo the more ready to render tribute to the true of the north pole While personally not for long deceived by the Cook claims I like the of other newspaper moil who wrote on the subject regarded Pearys tures on his rival as ungenerous and In bad taste Subsequent events havo to some extent justified him or at least have shown his provocation When one has worked twentythree years for a certain ttlng and at last has attain ed It only to have some purveyor of fiction beat him to the cable office and claim the laurels well who wouldnt yell Stop thief The last heard of Dr Cook ho was In South America but he was not looking for tho south polo Ho has doubtless had enough of tho polar proposition to last him the rest of his natural life Tho doctor seems to bo yearning for obscurity Why not let him hnvo It It is now Pearys turn The houso of representatives may not be willing to make him a rear admiral but why Jhould that him There nro platoons of rear admirals but only ono polo discoverer Who knows tho names of six of our estimable rear admirals Yet who In the circle of the nations has not heard of Peary Some of these holders of toy titles and gilt shoulder straps get an Inflated notion of such things In the big world of real men antI women what do they count for What have they to do with the ages So long as history lasts Pearys fame will lust What could a rear admirals title add to Win Bartlett Will Go Captain Robert A Bartlett who com manded the Roosevelt In Its trip to the arctic and went nearer the north pole than any white man except Peary has already resIgned a good Job to take his old station In the trip to the other end of the world Before he had sent in his resignation his possible con nection with the antarctic expedition was discussed Coiimander Peary Will Bartlett go somebody asked Peary paused In mouthed as tonishment Will Bartlett go 7 ho repeated musingly as if to make sure that ho had heard aright Bartlett will go Nothing but a ball antI chain and the bars of n state or federal prison could possibly keep Bartlett from going Some of the pictures of Captain U U1IrA cunAIr BRITISH LEADER AMERICAN PARTYS WITH AND MAN HAS FARTHEST SOUTH honorable discoverer majority stric disturb with open llartlelt look almost human but there lire others that have n positively terri fying aspect 1 recall one In partic ular In which lie has a pipe In his mouth that would cause a stampede of polar bears if he looked like that at his Eskimo dog team It is uo wonder that the Peary party made quick tlmo to the pole The dogs would cover thirty or forty miles n day merely to get away The EnglishAmerican race to the south pole will bo a sporting event that will stir the worlds blood The two expeditious will start at opposite sides of the pole ut practically tho same time Captain Scott will traverse the route already covered by Lieutenant Shackluton The Peary party wll go In from Weddell sea over a course uncharted and unknown The English expedition will have motors Siberian ponies and dogs The Americans will depend on dogs alone While the ri valry Is to be entirely friendly it wit nevertheless be keen and should arouse the sporting blood of the two nations as not even the yacht races tho Der bles the tennis und polo matches and other International contests have done It Is not at nil Impossible that the betting fraternity will get Into the game and big stakes bo placed on the went Commander Peary suggests that one exploring party might get to tho polo only twentyfour hours ahead of the other which would bo a closer race than that to the cable lines when Dr Cook broke out of the north only a week ahead of himself Thero will be no Cook finish to this affair how over Tho example of time Brooklyn explorer will prevent others from claiming to have discovered any polo Whatsoever without sworn affidavits Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the 8ndbladdcr When generous in cause of its remark able health restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost every wish in over coming rheumatism pain in the back kid neys bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passmgit or bad effects followinguse of liquor vine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor oughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample sent free by mail also a book bolUeII more about SwampRoot and 11 findoutifyouhavekidncy writlngmcntion- reading this offer this paper and send your address to liver Dr Kilmer b Co item oibi rlnot Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton Yon every bottle nliigmius and proofs that would con vince the now skeptical University of Copenhagen It will be Impossible however for the discoverer of the south pole to bring on his Eskimos for the reason that no human beings live on the antarctic continent Pole on a High Plateau The probability is that the south pole Is on a plateau 10000 feet In elevation and that both exploring parties will have nn all land route Shackle ton found laud all the way In his Journey and when he reached his far thest south at 111 miles from the goal said that powerful icldglasses revealed a continuing plateau as far as he could see Ills elevation was then about 10000 feet Because of the altitude and for the reason that there Is no sea water to modify the tempera ture the area surrounding the south pole is colder than that encountered by arctic explorers Mountains and glaciers also make the going In the antarctic clllllcult For all that the discovery of the south pole should be less difficult than was that of tho northern end of the world There are no open lends and no drifting Ice floes two of the obstacles that have de feated so many arctic explorers in their efforts to reach the north pole The route to be followed by the American party leading In froth Wed loll son IsI also thought to be over the land though next to nothing Is actually known concerning It A coast line has been discovered nndI this Is supposed to bo the shore of the antarctic continent It may however be onlyI a shell with open sea beyond It Again It may lead to high and practically Inaccessible mountain ranges This uncertainty as to what the Americans may encounter would put tit odds In favor of the British since they will follow for most of the distance the course already traversed by Lieutenant Shac klcton just as Shackleton In turn kept close to the track made by Cap tain Scott in his first expedition of 10014Two Polar Dashes In 1911 The Englishmen will go in from New Zealand and tho Americans from Punta Arenas on the southern ex tremity of South America The start In each case will be made next summer The seasons in the southern hemisphere are of course tho exact reverse of ours Christmas occurring In midsummer there and the 4th of July In midwinter It Is designed to go Into winter quarters fn 1011 and to make tho actual polar dashes dur ing the spring and summer of 101112 If successful the expeditions will then start home early In 1012 It Is bare ly possible that news may bo heard of one or both ventures before either reaches a cablo station as the British Intend to take wireless apparatus and to establish wireless stations at their two bases which will be approximately GOO miles apart It Is not Impossi ble that these wireless stations could be utilized for communication with the outside world although the distance will bo very great Captain Robert FAlson Scott the leader of tho British expedition was born in 1803 nnd has been In the navy since 1882 Ho served In various ships becoming successively lieutenant com mander and captain which last rank he hitS held since 1004 Ills first ant arctic expedition started In from Port Lyttlctou row Zealand which will bo the base of tho new venture Near the eightieth parallel a high Ice barrier was found but a long shift was made a pass discovered and alt ap proach was pushed toward the pole which stopped a few hundred miles short of the record made by Lieuten ant Shack ton last year It Is not without Interest that Shackleton gain ed his first antarctic experience as a member of this first Scott expedition It is hardly probable that he will ac company the next one as he Is now busy writing n book but either next summer or later may lead an expedi tion of his own He will shortly visit America where he is to be signally honoredWhy Shackleton Turned Back Lieutenant Shackletons account of tho last days of his journey Is thrill Ing and as it describes conditions which will be met by the two expedi tions now forming I subjoin a few ex tractsTho blizzard had done Its work how ever and we recognized that wo had Just about reached our limit We got up at 2 a m and at 4 a m were away for a final march south taking with us nothing but food Instruments and the queens flag with a bamboo rod for a staff Halt running halt walking we made that last march and at 9 a m IIn latitude t S8 degrees 23 minutes we hoisted the union jack We could do no more for to go farther meant abandoning all hope of get ting back to our depots Tho pole though only ninetyseven geo graphical miles away 111 statute miles was Impossible tar us to attain Before us stretched tho same white plain over which wo hall traveled for many days Our powerful Goertz glasses showed no signs of land and wo could safely as sume that the geographical south pole was situated on this Immense plateau be tween 10000 and 11000 feet above sea lovel- and certainly tho coldest and ono of the most stormy parts of the world We took a photograph of the party with tho queens Hag blowing out In the icy wind that cut us to tho bone took possession of the plateau on behalf of his majesty mid Immediately began tho march back to our camp our faces once more turned northThe leader of the American expedi lion will probably not be announced for somo time The most likely nien for the post are Borup laud McMIIIan both of whom accompanied Ieary In hta north pole dash Whoever Is in ouinmnd Robert E Peary will be the actual head Under his guidance and Inspiration we have a right to hope l hat Mospltol the handicaps aprflnst the Americans they will win the race nnd that the first Hag rained at tin south lole as at IIltl north will In tho stars tad stripes Sleepless Nights Many a nights rest Is spoiled by frequent fits of coughingsometimes- by a mere tickling In the throat that is eo nnnoylnp as to prevent sleep Kemps Balsam will cure coughs cif any medicine will and will relieve the Irritation in the throat For all throat and lung troubles take Kemps Balsam Druggists selllt at 25c and SOc a bottle Successful Tobacco Buyer Ekron Ky March 14Specialton Gibson the tobacco buyer here closed his seasons work at Ekron Siturduy Maich 12 Mr Gibson has handled 250 000 pounds of tobccco He intends corn lug back to Ekron in time to purchase next seasons crop Mr Gibson desires to thank all the tanners with whom 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the night luridly morning they left I Ion Trinidad reaching there at 330 o clock that afternoon and continued Oil to Raton mountian in an hour and fourty minutes and reaching the Gate tOI City at 240 p m Friday evening bit where they spent the second night outthlSaturday morning they started on their pafwallapinal 120 miles to Las Vegas in fast tie orJ reaching here at 2 oclock SaturdaXJm afternoon ml According to Mr Pierce they averthaged 17 miles im hour on the trip usedetWI mt twenty gallons of gasoline and never Tlhadrip which is a record in itself tb 1roui Trinidad to this city Charley tu Rogers drove the car by himself Allen go laving returned to Denver upon arrival ar at the former cityLas Vegas Optic Stubborn As ulcssees ire liver nnd bowels Fomellmes seem taCOb- Alk without cause Then thtresell rouble Loss of AppetiteIndigestion f Nervousness Despondency Headacheed But such troubles fly before Dr Kings sic New Fife Pills the worlds best Stom ot ich and Liver remedy So easy 250 at bu Severs Drug Store bill Terrible Lossfrrni While Col W P Walton of Lexpngton was basking in the sunshine ofist4 Florida thieves broke through and stoled3noon trop his happy Lexington home TI lad they taken diamonds or other C08tBQ Iy jewelry it would not have been so en lard to bear but the thought of having It a piece of hog meat stolen is fearfnl se thRichmondi m An Awful Eruptioni of a volcano excites brief interest andvlour interest in skin eruptions will be 11- 1is I short if you use Bucklens Arnicata Salve their quickest cure Even theipvorst boils ulcers or fever sores sue be soon healed by it Best for Burns Cutsebruises Sore Lips Chapped HandspcChilblains and Plies It gives instantorrelief 25c at Severs Drug Store je th t tiftAWI NEWS WANT ApI But They DO Much c b IIThay help to rent and sell real estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they y sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted b you have a Small Business and Want More Business Pd IIIf Try a Breokonridgo News Want Ad m fact that they arc helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you a sitt = v Write Call or Telephone h If not convenient to lleave your ads at Tho News office telephone them to 46 Wo will tell youaa the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient rlJW14 0ns n Al e ilil That Car Load of Buggies Going Fast h ers oldyour a line of Wire all like hot Dont you want are J wbJ r you want in we itD 1r tub 1it Itlr roa J1Itl ADS J H di rrIN SHAPE d Assemblydsll- LB re Allen CLOSING DAYS ARE STRENUOUS r and r lleft dmers tPrunng Hoak Applied to a Number Theyof Approprhtlon Bills and Others avlng SlaughteredGovernor Willson Is where sues Interesting Labor Day Proc peat Inmatlon Hundred Bills In the left Chief Executives Hands o 0Jlamed BY JOHN H STUART r and Frankfort KrSlIecla1After be Gate fog twice defeated in the senate the cuing bill providing for an issue of bonds by t outthe state to the extent of 500000 their passed that body by a vote of 27 to 7 the Whether the bill will pass the houso tie ojj not is another question but tho urdaX Impression i exists that at the last minute the measure will be adopted by averthe house in order to keep down any usedchance of the extra session which was threatened by Governor Willson never The interestbearing warrant bill has vholealready become a law and this with the reapportionment of the state tax arley funds will put the stato treasury in Men good shape by this fall if tho bau- dsrivRlare authorized Jc The closing days of a legislative session are always most strenuous especially to the few men on the rules m tocommittees of each body and to the Ifresclerks The rules commjtetes have itioncomplete control of all legislation dur lOUing the last 10 or 15 days and no bill tche permisangstom of these committees are besieged and c at buttonholed from morning till night by members who urge them to bring up their pet bills It Is mighty nice from one standpoint to bo on tho rules committee that Is you have the Leg power to call up your own bill but It 1e ofIs a most onerous task to listen to stolethe pleadings of the others for 10 days and the best part of 10 night tomeThe senate committee treated every cost senator justly last week and allowua n so each one to call up one bill and have aving It voted on As a consequence all the arfnl j senators are In a much better humor ISthiui they were several weeks ago If 4pn they were at daggers points al- timoi st over tho county unit bill fitj The governor vetoed a bill last and rtveelc and the legislature passed it over 11 be phjs veto It was the bill of Represen rniea laItvo Klalr providing for the record the ing of names of all those who pool iSretheir farm products and further that C pooledusCOOPt unless sold by authority of tho ndspool officers shall be fined The gov statternor in his veto said he had no ob jection to farmers recording the fact that they had pooled their crops but io thought it unfair to punish an innocent purchaser of a pooled crop even if the purchaser may have been able to ascertain that the crop was a pooled one by going to tho county clerks office The vote to pass tho lIlover the veto was not a party t tine by any means as a number of Kftepubllcans voted with tho majority t to override the governor t The way appropriation bills have been slaughtered this session makes itUe oldtimers almost weep Tho con dltlon of the treasury was such that rthe governor openly announced In his a JIwage to the legislature that ho would veto all appropriations unless o oino money was provided with which jljte pay them With this staring them ia tho face all amounts asked for have been cut The 147000 asked ior by tho school of reform was cut 0081 half in two The amounts y aqI for by tho State university and e normal schools were scaled down e L Better Come and Make Your Selection Before they are all Gone AUTOTOPS AND RUNABOUTSB- rowns Genuine Riding and Walking Cultivators Mowers and Bind Our reliable OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS keysOur American Fencing widths selling cakes IduraelfAnything Hardware have D ASHCRAFT Irvington Kentucky TREASURYAuto GOOD Kentuckylfroni SURRIES to the lowest notch possible and came near losing out altogether The bill to appropriate 150000 for buildings for a medical school at the State university and 45000 n year to maintain It was amended to cut each amount down to 25000 and then the bill was defeated The State fair asked for 200001 for more buildings and im provements and the house had hard work to pass a bill giving It a measly 38000 and the senate may not pass that much There was one bill however that escaped the pruning hook and justly so That was the bill asking for an appropriation of 10000 a year to help maintain the Home for Incurables established In Louisville by the Kings Daughters from all parts of the state Kentucky already makes provision for caring for its insane and its feeble minded but has never made any provision to care for the hopeless help less and penniless people who havo incurable diseases or are Incurable cripples The Kings Daughters start ed this charity and soon found that it was Impossible for them with the limited meaps they could raise to care for the scores of worthy incur ables so they appealed to tee state for aid and so well did they present their case through Mrs Homer Stucky of Louisville that the bill appropriating the 10000 a year was passed by both house and senate by a practically unanimous vote i Governor Willson Is must interest ed in preserving Kentuckys forests and in having more trees planted for future generations so the following proclamation Issued by him for Arbor day will be read with much interest To the People of Kentucky- It takes a long long time during the lives of several people tor a tree to grow groat It takes only a little while to kill It We have wasted hundreds of millions of trees that it took more than one hundred years to grow We are using millions of trees every year now and putting nothing in their place We ought to plant more trees than we use every year We havo millions of acres of lands that will not grow anything else but trees and and we cojild cover them all with trees We have bare places along the roads and In the streets and in the yards and on the farms everywhere that will not be used for buildings or crops or anything else whero trees could be planted that would make those who come after us rich and would make the face of tho earth beautiful for us Let us all get together And all plant trees did all ask everybody else to plant trees and let us have a spe cial meeting on the 8th day of April 1910 in every schoolhouse and other good places for meetings to talk over how to have more trees how to make every place more beautiful how to plant the waste places with trees that will bring health by and by how to save something for the people fifty years from now who won t have any wood if we do not do something about it how to put some of our prayers for blessings to como to people hereafter in living shape by starting trees that will answer our own prayers Let us plant trees for ourselves and for all whom we love Let us plant trees for the future and for this year and next year and every year Let us plant trees for profit for glad ness for beauty for conservation for storage of the rainwater for houses and furniture for everything we use food for for our own sake for our childrens sake for our grandchil drens sake and for humanitys sake AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky t The members of the Retail Grocers association are jubilant over the passage in the house of their bill to amend the exemption laws of tho state The bill provides that whore any person earns 50 a month or less 10 per cent of tho amount shall bo subject to attachment and all over liOa month shall also be subject to garnishment The retail grocers claim that the present exemption laws work greatly to their Injury and that un less a debtor chooses to pay them they have no recourse They say they ii- vi j KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery Fun 0IM1fooOLI e AND ALL THROAT fiND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OR MONEY REFUNDED JPIJiflIRIIIIfIJI they want the law fixed so that if a a person IIs earning 50 a month he shall at least be required to pay as much as 5 a month on his bill Tho bill passed the house by a largo majority S 4 For the first forty days of the pres ent session it looked very much like the fight for and against the county unit bill would block all other legisla tion to such an extent that rot over fifty bills would be passed but after the county unit measure was put to sleep finally the wheels began to move and bills were ground out at a most amazing rate The senate passed 26 bills In one day and nearly that many on a number of other days The house did not pass that many be cause it takes so much longer to call the roll in that body but that body wasted no time and held afternoon and night sessions to catch up As a result when the legislature adjourned the night of March 15 they left over 100 bills In the hands of the governor and he has 10 days in which to ap prove or disapprove them The clos- Ing days are very strenuous for the clerks and they have to work nil night and day in order to keep tit journal up The enrolling clerks find It Impossible to enroll all the bills and have to employ a half dozen or more assistants to help outS i Frank M Andrews the architect who designed tho splendid new cap Itol that is so much admired by all who visit it was here last week and addressed tho legislature on tine sub ject of making sufficient appropria tions to complete the building and beautify the grounds according to the original plans He said tho building should be considered as a monument to art and to the patriotism of Ken tucklans and every Kentuckian should feel proud that his state has tho most beautiful capitol building in tho Unit ed States or rather will have tho most beautiful one when it Is com pleted He said the first capitol com mission and the present one have shown that they have understood what was wanted viz a building dud icatcd to the arts rather then to commercialism or In other words if a mere building with four walls and a roof to protect from the weather was wanted then there was no need for an architect Ho told tho legislators that to cut down tho amounts appro priatcd and thus be forced to put In cheap and Inferior material was just like throwing money in the river He had recommended 45000 to pay for the building of proper and stately up proaches to the front of the building j The pending bill which hind passed I the house only allowed 20000 for I the approaches Ho said It would bo throwing the money away to build n I 20000 approach because it would have to be built of such cheap ma terials that tho frosts and snows of a few winters would ruin it He recommends that at least 300 1 000 be appropriated to beautify thecbuilding inside and out and he said iorI i deficit In tho treasury would disappear before hardly any of the money would oe needed After R heavy meal take a couple of Roans Regulets and give your stomach iver and bowels the help they will need Regulets bring easy regulUr passages of the bowe- lsSubscribe Right Now C I JI INDIANA WOMAN SHOT BY AFGHAN Tourist In the Orient Victim of a Fanatic ATTACKED NEAR JERUSALEM Miss Agnes Parker Moore a Well Known Terre Haute Woman Was Shot and Seriously Wounded by a Religious Fanatic Who Fired Into a Party of American Tourists The State Department Take Cognizance of the Affair and Will Demand Ex emplary Punishment of the Fanatic Terre Haute Ind March 11Miss Agnes Parker Moore aged thirtyfive who was ono of two woman wounded by an Afghan fanatic at a mosque near Jerusalem as reported to theIstate department Is the daughter of the lute T C Dick Moore and only heir to a largo estate Miss Moore who Is popular In Torn Haute social circles has been touriuc the Orient with a party composed of W F Ronev auditor of the Vandalla railroad here Rev Mr Cultls formerly pastor Cf the M E church and Miss Anna Gankey all of this city Uncle Sam Is Interested Washington Mare 11Secretary of State Knox has taken steps to pun ish the Afghan fanatic who shot at n party of American tourists near Tern salon wounding Miss Parker Moore of Terre Haute Ind seriously and Miss Natalie Maurice of Mamroneck N Y slightly Mr Knox Instructed Thomas R Wallace American consul to make energetic representations to tho authorities to bring about the ar rest and puilBhment of the fanatic Oscar Straus American ambassador at Constantinople line been Informed of the oven by cable A New York Librarian Mt Vernon N Y March 11 Miss Natalie Maurice who was shot by a fanatic In Jerusalem Is a daughter of Benjamin Maurice a stool structural man of Manhattan who has a country house at Mnmronook Miss Maurice has boon acting as librarian in one of the New York libraries Mow Good News Spreads III ate 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F TolRon of ElizAbethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because I owe my excellent health niul vitality to them They effect a cure every time they never lull to tone the stomach regulate tho kidneys and b wels stimu late the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health tints a daily joy Try them Only SOc satisfaction is postlvoly guaranteed by Severs Drug Co NOTICE When sending a news item to this of rice please make it as brief as possible o we can have room for all the news elepltone us your locals and items of iterest Editor v Cblldr Q crrJ1 FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR IrA The Outcome Jack Whore Is the pretty girl you were making love to a year ago T mOb SheB marriedlong ago Jilted yon eh7 No worse than that rho married me GO TO J M HOWARD GLENDEANE KY IIFOr Groceries Farming Imple I ments Wagons BuggiesI L Hay Corn 4 I n n z o o f FOR SALE55Jjj J Northern White and Mixed Oats for seeding and feed also Timothy and Clover IHay Cotton Seed Meal Brick and titiCorn nt Lowest market prices Your patronage solicited It YI HestonWhitworth CompanyIncorporated Depotiff llardinsburg Ky C C BROCK Managerff = GET WISE Advertiseu r I IWEEKLY Courier= JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all tho news without fear or favor Tho regular price is I100 a year but you can got the WEKKLYCOUK1ER JOURNAL and t- heBreckeniidgeNews Both One Year for 150 H i you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal Yaer 600 Sunday CourierJournal Year 200 Wo can give you a combination cut rate on Daily I or Sunday if you will write this paper Do It Now subscribeYn fA i j- t rvrr r T r l 1 Ji l i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO f j Issued Every Wednesday I Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance GAUDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate oif 1 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate or 5 cents per lino money in advance t xaminethe label on your paper H it is not correct pleas notify us I IWhon ordering a change in the address subscribers should giv e their old as well us their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOKT KY WEDNESDAY MAR 23 1910 May your Easter joys be as sweet as the lilies and may the Spring sunshine turn every sorrow into a rose of gladness for you and your friends When the Democrats and insurgent Republicans went together last week in the American Cbngress and overthrew Speaker Cannon by taking away his power over the members of Congress and the peo ple of this country they accomplished one of the most notable acts in American history This act does not affect Mr Cannon alone but iit cripples the whole Republican machine at Washington President Taft was behind Mr Cannon and directing such legislation as suited the great Republican machine The Democratic members of Con gress and many fair minded Republicans had stood by and watched this spirit of domination long enough and they determined to put an end to it which they did That which the Speaker willed was tin law of the land that which he opposed could not be considered Is it any wonder that there was an insurrection among the members und to put an end to such autocratic power In every flume there is a spark of good for some onei And this was the ease in tho fire last week Only those who have ex perienced tho destruction of property can realize what it means to lose a home Still a fireu big onewe dare say is sometimes good for us It stirs up our minds and hearts and makes us think of each other just a little kinder than when the days pass on in the same old routine Out of the ferment of last week came an aroused friendly sentiment which was beautiful in the extreme Neighbors opened their homes to the homeless Checks gifts and all things that could bo given were offered freely and lovingly to those who had lost Gen Simon H Buckner has recently gone over the battle Held of tho Mexican war where ho fought with the American army iii Mexico in 1848 Tho General new getting to bo quite an old man recalled many incidents along the line of march sixty years ago an pointedout places of interest along the way and which after so long a period he had not forgotten Referring again to the campaign of 1912 no one at this time cain say just who the most uailable man is for the Democratic nomina tion Everything points to the conclusion however that no mutter who the nominee shall be he will go to the White House Governor Wilson has vetoed tho State hank Examiners bill Tin bill provides for the appointment of six examiners to make semi annual inspection of tho banks of the State but the Governor say- there is no money to pay for such work When you wish to separate eggs break them one at a time into a smullsixed funnel Tho whites will pats through into the bowl be low and the yolks well bo left in tho funnel Farm Journal The Kentucky Legislature has been out of commission for ten days and nothing of very great importance to the people of the State hits yet come to light in the shape of public legislation It is said that the young women of today are larger than theii mothers Well they will certainly outshine some of the old sister next Sunday if there is anything doing on Easter Day lust nine years you say the big tire camel Well just about that time tho city dads talked water works and strange to soy that long distance information has again reachedus Wo congratulate the members of the Lucile Memorial on the dod ication of their house of worship The church is a great credit to the diligent Christian workers t We Iqave it to you Did you over see a better country paper than thE Harrodsburg Herald Harrodsburg Herald Yes you are all right but look at The Breckenridgo News The next Governor of Kentucky will be a Democrat and the next President of the United States well we will not spell itTAFT The members of the Harness Makers Union are on a strik throughout the United States Browns pork chop candy is the latest The girls like it and dont mind the price The farmers of this county are busy and full of hope these beau tifulspring days Let the hogs go up if necessary They cant get too high foi the farmer ExPresident Roosevelt is billed to arrive in New York June 17 Dont rush the plow It is better to go slowly with it at first HARDINSBURG SProf Wm Martin of the Normal Sill lecture at Harned Saturday night t1 TJT JSR l of JMriM H Beard spent Friday Satjj h Y i ii n J i7ro urday and Sunday with friends itr CloverportMiss Deane Moorman afro recovering from her recent illness ha returned from Glendeane and is agaii in school Jesse Whtworth began work agaii If- r tw Cfi1iI0 I I yesterday after several days illness Master Hobart Shellman is the proud possessor of a new bicycle Mr and Mrs W A Dawns and Mrs Downs mother Mrs Smith who has spent the winter hero left Saturday for Highland Park After a weeks visit Mr and Mrs Downs will return Isaac Pile Sr of Duncans Valleys was in town Saturday If the best is not loo good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you GardeI nerMr and Mrs P Morris Beard returned I last week from Oklahoma in which State they had spent a few weeks visiting Mr and Mrs Harvey Wood left Saturday to attend the burial at Freedom church of Mr Woods grand mother Mrs Minerva Robbins aged 85 She died on Friday night at the home of Pleasant Wood and the fu neral exercises were held Sunday with the Rev Cundjtf ofllciating Mr and Mrs D R Murray left Fri day for a two days visit in Owensboro before leaving Monday for their new home in Indianapolis They will be greatly missed but Mr Murray will return at each court The law ofllcc of Murray C Murray will be in charge of the younger member of the firm H C Murray between sessions of circuit courtThe base ball lover is at the boiling I point among our players Carpenters are all busy at the county seat and have to turn down re quests for work- Clarence Lewis has moved back from Meade county where he went a few mouths ago to engage in farming Street cleaning Is going handIn hand with the springlike days of the last week The town is being put into the sort of sanitary condition that will meet the approval of the Board of HealthDennie Sheeran has moved to his farm between here and Harned T M Davenport the veteran pic ture man is in town again after an absence of several months He says the severity of the winter makes him look toward Florida for his future wintersII pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce Co Marriage licenses C B Burton 21 38nand Lettice Baker 27 John W Mor Herd man Blair 24 and Josie Alice Butler 17 Albert 0 Marshall 20 and Mary Payne 25 Miss Bessie Watlington left last week for Farragut Iowa where she will spend the summer with her aunt Mrs C W Robbins Mrs Morris Beard was in Louisville a few days last week Charley Guess has moved to Kirk Dr E R Wilson a former Breck townsFridayGus D Shellman was in Louisville several days on business last week Judge John P Haswell came homo from Elizabethtown Friday but returned Sunday for the two or three re maining days of court Judge Moorman and Prof Martin spent Sunday with the Judges parents near Gleedeane W S Ball came down from Frank fort Saturday night for a day or two with friends Mrs E C Haswell is in Louisville for a few weeks stay with her husband Graham Eskridge left Sunday for I Minneapolis after a months stay at homeJas Tinius of Holt was here Sun day Tho Normals in the first game of the I season defeated the High School by a score of 19 to 10 Saturday Each week will witness playing here where t there will be three or four teams until the schools close The Immortality of the Soul is Dr Mathers Easter subject pupilsthave united in forming U literary so ciety Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Miss Mary Payton Saturday Elys Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country It has won a place in the family medicine closet among the reliable household remedies where it is kept at hand for use in treating cold in the head just as soon as some member of the house hold begins the preliminary sneezing or snuffling It gives immediate relief and a day or twos treatment will pupa stop to a cold which might if not checked become chronic and run into a bad case of catarr- hLouisville 1 r Market Reports Louisville March 221010 Special 1 WheatNo 2 Red and Longberry 118 c 120 l Corn tyo 2f whitens r 11 Q911 101 Jjll 10JIQI 10JI9 Q TheBankofHardinsburgTrustCo CA- dd q will conduct a deals SACRIFICE CLOSING OUT SALE brnae away rho l3 fly 1 Q rd At Rosetta Ky Three Days = Ii ro0oAt WI In order to settle the partnership accounts ofTKasey Alexander the undersigned receiverKip owill sell at below cost prices all of the stock of Ow herolook eertcob-f r Ft E belonging to that firm GIn order to bring j rrbf ii people to the sale very attractive prices will be iJ i1 I I Ioffered f n fpFDI 16 Lbs Granulated Sugar will be sold The Celebrated WashburnCrosby U Gold Medal Flour at per sack tOO HRtTrue IN80c1 EjU Everything Including Fixtures Must and Will be Sold U f by Q bonN THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO bras D7 ii- G ReceiverVlU1lOJ f 0 CII 0JIII 00Q0OfffS 1I tGO TO 17 I W C MOORMANT- HE I Easbus j FERTILIZER MAN GLENDEANE KY He Handles the Old Reliable GrowerIj T ftiAlso theNelson florris Cos Big Nos Pure Animal Mat ter Fertilizer There is nothing better made Use respon JIQbuSlJUI rrisible goods and you are sure of good results I31tJ I Our took of I New Spring Dry Goods it is now being opened We want every woman I in the vicinity to call and see them f Itn um J I I W C MOORMAN I reAt g I Glendeane Kentucky Is aOatsNo2 mixed 49 EggsMarket quite case count 18 candled 10- cPoultryHens 14 and I5c per Ibj roosters 8c young chickens 16 25c ducks 15c turkeys 19c geese 8c Hogs TopsJIUO pigs 8i70 10 r 1 1 I for roughs 1010- Sheep and LambsBest lambs 750 850 seconds 6if 7j iC fat sheep 650 750 A few Spring lambs for the Eastern trade were lOc 12c per pou- ndSubscribe y n IriIC i 1 I 0 pmT bou 0 I Oh You Cannelton tQ- II Cloverport had a butter panic thegt ill latter part of last week Messrs E- ca and Winchel took a hundred poundlof ol butter tb Cannelton where it is a e they gotf 36 aatajwr pound it 1 Dl 1 n 4 L JII RemedyFOR CATARRH 4 Elys Cream Balm IIt quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects memUKane resulting from Catarrh and drive 1111aGold in tho Head quickly Restore the Senses of Taste anti Smell Full sizo LlqulUtI Ely Brothers C6 Warren Street Now York r the Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAR 23 1910 o PERSONALAND 1 U n i LOCAL IF = 0 All kinds flower seedlat Noltes r Wm West went to New Mexic Thursday ii Q y Potts of Horned has gone to Kingswood II Miss Nellie Burke has returned from I Owensboro o Hal Murray of Hardinsburg waL hero Sunday Ben Davis will make your old clothe look like new ones j Farmers make money sow broo- ncornat Noltes Miss Lena Pate has returned home 6J from Hardinsburg tMr and Mrs L B Perkins were it- ouisville last week 1 American Gentleman Shoes sold nt 0 ppels Try a pair Mrs Chas May has been ill at ber U me several weeks Try a pair American Ladies Oxfords AttSippels Shoe Store 0 Thos Goffof Cincinnati was the uest of Mrs Hayes Thursday Miss Katherine Moorman spent Sun- Ii with Miss Mamie DeHaven IiIiay Fenn of Hardinsburg has a farm near German Ind Wm McCoy of Indianapolis is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen I Chas White has been staying at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Frai e Mrs Cordrey takes orders for hall i braids the best quality and shades ci Miss Florence Fairleigh of Louis jville is home from Chicago for Easter Go to Glasscock Co Glendeaiu petJQO= Alonzo Fallon is still ill at his home Mr Fallon has had a hard attack ol grip f John D Babbage Jr will arrive home from Huntington Friday to spend I Easter Go to Glasscock Co Glendeane for I bushel best Irish potatoes at 85 cents pr and Mrs A R Fisher and have taken a flat in the Simons IIMr Francis Smith and daughter Miss Ella Smith have returned from Louisville Qo to Glasscock Si Co Glendeane for best iiish potatoes at 85 cents pei bushelMrs Wm Hoffious went to Evans vjilt last week to attend the funeral of her brother I If the best Is not too good for you JJewlpport Best flour is the lour you I ought to use- Childrens hats and babies caps a Specialty at the milinery parlor of Miss Evelyn Hicks Mr and Mrs Forrest Gillilandand family rue going to Kansas soon to twotTT their home M Perkins has arrived to have Charge of the trimming depariment at Mrs Cordreys Miss Watson of Louisville has arrived to take charge of Miss Evelyn Hicks trimming department- If you want a pair of shoes that will Wear well and give satisfaction ge to Conrad Sippel the shoe man Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman of Morganfield arrived here Sunday tar- a short visit to Mr and Mrs Abe Skill nan Mr and Mrs Harry Hills and child irenof Richmond returned home Monday after a visit to her mother Mrs kary Oelze Dr Forrest Lightfoot attended the Automobile Show in Louisville Friday The Doctor expects to buy a machine at an early date The Columbia Life writes 15 and 20 r 1 endowment on the monthly pay Ijhent plan See J H Rowland for i Jbrther information Clf McGlothlan was here Saturday i tjjjf see James Younger who has been i Iii several days His mother and dau thehter Eudora are improving + For cleaning preSSing and dyeing lon Ben Davis He will make your 0other look like new ones Locat ik p i i rear of Dr Lightfoots office Allwhohave seen the hats fat Miss elya Hicks are charmed with her w line of milinery you are cordial n I ly invited to call and examine ber goodsExtra fancy Blue Grass seedNolte Mr Bentley of Hawesville was here MondayMiss Collins is ill at her horn on Elm street Mr and Mrs Ira Behen were iini Louisville last week Easter novelties chicks roosters blowouts birdsNolte Mrs L C Taul is ill of consumption at her home on the hill Mrs Wright of Lyonia spent Sun day with Mrs Alvin Simons Miss Eula Neafus of Irvington Iiis visiting Mrs J T Morrison Mrs Chas Lightfoot left Monday to visit her parents at Sorgho Subscribe for the News and Louisville TimesinoJ D Babbage Rev Edwin Graves was the guest of Prof and Mrs Tanner Sunday Frank Knight n former Brecken ridge man is now in Ogden Ill David Owen Hall of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Stader Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt spen Thursday with Mrs J T Skillman Mrs Bartles and daughter Mrs Ross have returned home from Crecel ious Mrs Lamb of Rockport Ind vas the guest of her mother Mrs Tate Sunday It always pays to go to the Shot Store for ShoesiConrad Sippel the shoe man Mr and Mrs Frank Storms are mov ing into the LaHeist property on tbe East Side Try a pair of HamiltonBrown good shoes Sold at Conrad Sippels the shoe man Mrs Abe Sago died at her home near Hites Run last Monday She was 72 years of age Just received a nice line of Pump and Oxfords for Ladies Misses and Children at Sippels Mr and Mrs Edward Gregory have taken rooms in the Moorman cottage on Front street Dr E L Warren of Louisville was entertainedwhile in the city by Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce Mr and Mrs Phil Kramer have pur chased the Jeff Miller property on the hill and will occupy it soon Miss Ida White has returned horn from Memphis where she was the guest of her neice Mrs Edwin Bell Mm Cordrey bought another lot of new hats from Cincinnati Saturday Call to cee them before buying Go to Mrs Cordreys for your dress hat as she has some exquisite creations in her large line of spring goods Miss Margaret Skillman is expected home this week from Versailles when she visited Mrs Chas Moorman DrtI D Moorman of Aurora Ill was visiting his mother Mrs J C Mattingly at Glendeane Sunday- If you have any papers to be drawn or acknowledgments to be taken call a- my officeV G Babbage Notary PublicInsure your property with the Jef fer on Fire Insurance Company Sur plus over one million dollarsV G Babbage agent Circuit court begins at Hawesville next Monday V Gi Babbage will at tend and look after any business that may be entrusted to him The pattern hats at Miss Kvely Hicks are rich creations of colors and styles The entire selection is a dis play of the best materials ever brought here and each hat shows a distinctive design BEWLEYVILLE Horace McCoy of Union Star at tended religious services here Sunday- If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the Hour you ought to use Mrs Alonzo Bennett having spent the winter in Louisville with her sister Mrs Georgia Shelley returnee home Friday accompanied by Mrs Shelley v Chas McCoy and Strother Stith visited the Misses Payne at Hardins burg last week M L Crallo of Hardin county was in the neighborhood recently and bought a fine 3yearold mule from 0 H Drury Price f175 Miss Essie Kendall of Webster left for home Tuesday having spent a week with Wathen Drury Mrs Mary Johnson left Friday for St Louis after Spending one year with Thos P Hardaway She will go to her daughter at Wiona III for an in definite stay John M Compton and wife and Mrs B S Wilson left last week for a months stay visiting relatives Miss Stith lleft Monday fur Louis ville to accept a position at the Kentucky Childrens Home Mrs Cora Frakes of Irvington and Mrs Chas H Drury attended a rag tacking party at Mr W A Stlthi at Guston Friday I1 a L 11 r 1 For Lame Back fk181 An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief Heres the Proof Mr JAMES C LKK of 1100 Oth St SEwaehlugtottDCwritee Thirty years ngo I roll front a scaffold and seri ouiljr Injured my back I suffered terri bly at times from the entail of my back nil around my stomach wits lust nt If I had boon beaten with a club I used every plaster I could get with no relief Sloans Lhilinont took tho pain right out and 1 can now do as much ladder work as any man In the shop thanks to Sloans LinimentMr says i After being allllctod for three years with rheumatism used Sloans LinIment niul was cured sound and well mid am glad to say I havent been Mylegmy knee Onehalt n bottlo took pain and swelling outammo theISloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or jointsP- rlces25c50cand 100 Sloan book on boric cattle sheep dad poultry c 11 free Adilrci Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA Roy I Neafus and brother Broadus of Guston visited their sister Mrs Joe Bandy Saturday and Sunday Mr and Ms Z T Stith spent Sat urday night with John R Wimp and attended religious services at Irving ton Sunday A surprise wedding took place Sun day afternoon at 5 oclock at the home of Thos H Payne Miss Mary young est daughter of Mr and Mrs Payne was united in marriage to Mr Albert Marshall of Irvington Miss Mary is a young lady of real worth and merit and has quite a sunny disposition which is always beaming out in her face The groom is the junior mem ber of the Irvington pharmacy and one of the best business men of the town Your scribe tenders congratulations to both Cnlldron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTCRIA Henderson Route Notes Annual Session Ancient Order Of The Mys tic ilirine New Orleans La Reduced lures from Cloverport to New Orleans and return April 801011 For further infonnntion call on iigent One way ecotul and mixed class c lonists1 hues to California and the north west March 1st to April 15 Of Course If you dont make your selection of Voll per from aline or collection of Wall Papers that is full of very splendid designs ofsplendid Quality containing all the good things of all that is New why OF 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and we will see to it the fault if ours fn frJlon be corrected lJJ Q1c lr0OIQIE ctOi IQI 0JII=I QO EVERY FARMER=As well us every business men hunk yhllvoll IICCOlilittt Because Your money is safer in the bank than anywhere else Paying your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your chuck becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays It gives you a bettor standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wo extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co Hardinsburg Ky It- k a r i- fl 1 + F on Y mycr t eNHN I t 4Nll 4 + 4+44 + 44+ + + p t IThe Lure II CHAPTER III MME AfO- OTTHREE nights later as lilllin Merrihew were dining to at tho club the stew Into the grill roo ftSkd swept his placid eye over the groups of diners Singling out HU lard he came solemnly down to the corner table and laid a blue letter at the side of Hlllards plate- I did not see you when you came In sir said the steward his voice as solemn as his step The letter arrived yesterday Thank you Thomas With no small difficulty Hlllard composed his face and repressed the eagerness In his eyes Sho had seen she had written the letter lay under his hand Who said that romance had taken flight True the reading of the letter might disillusion him but always would there be that vision and the voice corn 1 II He sat there staring turned the letter face downward and went on with the meal I did not II lOW that your mall came to the club said Merrlhew letterdriftsWell go on and rend It Dont let me keep you from It Some charmer Ill winger Here I pour all my adven tures Into your ear and I on my side never so much as get a hint of yours Go on rend It- Adventures fiddlesticks The letter can wait It lIB probably a bill uA bill in a fashionable envelope like that Illllard onlyI smiled tipped tho cra din antI refilled Merrlhows glass with some excellent Homanco Contl When does Kitty sail he naked after awhile of silence A week from this Saturday Feb 2 What the deuce did you bring up that forl Ive been trying to forget It Where do they laud Naples They open In Rome the first weekI In March All the arrange month are complete After coffee MerrIhew pushed back his chair Ill reserve a table In the billiard room whllo you read your letter Ill bo with you shortly grate fullySo with the inevitable t black cigar between his teeth Merrihew sauntered off toward the billiard room while Xllllard picked up his I letter and studied It ills lingers trembled slight ly as he tore open the envelope The Z handwriting the paper the modest size all these pointed to a woman of culture and refinement But a subtle spirit of Irony pervaded It all S- herI would never have answered his print ed inquiry had she not laughed over It for pinned to the top of the letter was the clipping the stupid banal clipping Will the lady who sang from Mme Angot1 communicate with gentleman who leaned out of the win dow J II Burgomaster club There was neither a formal beginning nor a formal ending only four crisp lines But these Implied one thing and distinctlythe writer had no desire for further communication with gentleman who leaned out of tho win dow no read and reread slowly- I am sorry to learn that my singing dis turbed you Thero was a reason At that + particular moment I was happy That was all It was enough She I bad laughed She was a lady humor ously inclined not to say mischievous t 4 A comic opera star would have sent t t bar mesa anent round to see what nil IJf the i MaskI By- HAROLD MAC GRATH Copyright 1908 by the Dobbs Merrill Co vcrtlslug could be got out of the Inci dent a prima donna would have ap pealed to her prlmo tenor for the same purpose A gentlewoman surely moreover she lived within the radius Madisonmsquare branch of the postofflce for such was the postmark Common sense urged him to dismiss the whole affair and laugh over It as the lady In the fog had done But common sense often goes about with u pedants strut and Is something to avoid on oc casions Here was a harmless pastime to pursue common sense notwithstanding The vein of romance in him was strong und all the commercial blood of his father could not subju gate It He rang for paper nnd a messenger and wrote Mme Angot There Is a letter for you In the mull department of this office Thl time his Initials were not necessary Once the message was on its way he sought Merrlhcw whom he found knocking the balls about In a spiritless manner A hundred to seventyfive Dan For what Vet the mere fun of the gnaw of nurse Make It cigars Just to add Inter si Cigars then But they both played a very Indif ferent game At 1030 MerrlLow eyes began to haunt the clock and fill lard grew merciful for various rea sonsWhat time docs the performance end 7 he asked At 1050 but it takes about twenty minutes to scrape off the makeup Mcrrltiew put his cue In the rack He made off for the coat room Hlllard laughed and went up to the writing room to fulfill n part of his destiny He took the letter out and read It again lIe replaced the letter In its blue covering and then for the first time his eye met the superscrip tion Like a man entranced he sat there staring The steward had brought the letter to him and in his first excitement this had made no Im pression upon his mind lIe had seen nothing peculiar nor strange And here It was not Ms Initials but hisI name In full She knew who he wins In a fashionable quarter of the cltIthere stood n brownstone house with grotesque turrets whaling steps and glaring polished red tilts Thorn was n touch of the got hit of the renaissance of the old 1English 111111 or just a touch howeverI a Ulinl of blind mans huff of n house Avery rich man lived here hilt fur ten months In the year he tied his fatally fluttered about the social centers of the world And with a house like tills on his hands one could scarce blame him Twice n week during this absence a caretaker nine In flourished a loather duster and wont away again Society reporters always referred to this house as the pnliitlnl residence This morning n woman stood III the alcove window and looked down lute the glistening street The Venetian reel of her hair trapped the reflected wilidowsIlIlIdwere blue blue as spring water In the morning blue as the Hummer sky seen through n cleft In the mountains blue as lapis lazuli with tho same fibers of gold And every feature and contour of the tale harmonized with the mar velous hair and the wonderful eyes o beautiful face warm dreamy engag lug mobile It was not the face of n worldly woman neither was It the face of a girl It was too emotional for the second and there was not enough control for tho first But the prophecy of laughter did not come to pass The little wrinkles faded the mouth grew sad and the silver points no longer danced in her eyes The pain In her heart was always shadowing Site had seen her fairest dream beaten and crumpled upon the reef of disillusion Yet again the smile renewed Itself She was a creature of varying moods She twisted and untwisted the news paper Should she Ought shel Had she not always regretted these singu lar impulses And yet what harm to read this letter and return It to the sender She was so lonely here It was like being among u strange people so lone ago was It that her foot had touched this soil Was It possible that she was twentyfive Was there not some miscount and was It not fifteen Instead Would not this war of wis dom and folly be decided ere long ShA oncned the nancr and smoothed I U rrri s I litiit WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Lydia E Pinkhami Vegetable Compound Brookfleld MoTwo years ago I was unable to do any kind of work and only weighed 118 pounds My dates back to th time that wo mo n may expect nature to bring on then the Change of Life I got a bottlo ojf Vegetable Com pound and it made me feel much better and I have contin ued its use I a- very m grateful to you for the Rood health I am now enjoyingMrs SAKA I LOUSIGNONT 414 S Livingston Street Brookfield Mo The Change of Life is the most critical period of a womans existence an neglect of health at this time invite disease and pain Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remed y known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through thls trying period as Lydia E Pinkham1 I Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs For 80 years it has been curing we men from the worst forms of female illsinflammation ulceration displacements fibroid tumors irregulars ties periodic pains backache an nervous prostration- If you would like special advice e about your case write a coiifidcu tlal letter to Mrs Pinlclmm at Lynn Mass Her advice is free I and always hclpfuL out the folds Mme Angot Tlrer is a letter for you In the mall department of this olllre It was so droll It was unlike anything she had ever heard ofti personal Inquiry column where Cupids and Psychics billed and cooed Thin merest chance had thrown the original Inquiry under her notice Her answer was an Impulse to which she had given no second thought till too late She ought to have Ignored It But sir wns lonely the people she knew were out of town and the jest might amuse her This man was In all probability a gentleman since he was it member of e gentlemens club But second thought convinced her that this proved nothing Men are often called gentlemen out or compliment to their ancestors Still If this man only saw the affair from her angle of vision the grotesque humor of It and not the common vulgar Intrigue She hesitated as well she might Supposing that eventually he Found out who sine was That would never never do Xo one must know that she was In America about to step into the wildest of wild adventures No she must not be found out The king wino had been 1 kind to her and the court must never know From their viewpoint they would have declared that she was about to tarnish a distinguished name to outrage till oldest aristocracy In Europe the court of Italy But she had her own opinion what she proposed to do was In Itself harmless and innocent But this gentleman who leaned out of the window She had seen the match flare In the young mans face Was It the face she land seen in that lash of light that Interested her suillclently to risk the notolJAgainst the dark of till night It had appeared for an in shunt clean crisp ruddy as n cameo The face warranted confidence She hud sung lbecause site hud been happy happy with tint transient hnp ilnens which at times was her portion 3ould she evor Judge another man by his looks She believed not How she hind run The nuts bareheaded =riving chase quid tlir oiirly policeman across Itine street Slit stepped down from the alcove ivound the gray veil round the rldlnj Top and tossed theta into a corner Somehow In the daylight the magi was gone from his face for she land recognized him that first tiny In the park lie rode well She touched a- bell A maid appeared Bettina you will go to the otllee of his newspaper and Inquire for n letter addressed to Mme Angot And be quick for I may change my mind The maid was back In a half hour There was a letter then The points were dancing again In the blue eyes You may go Perhaps and Betti nas mistress smiled perhaps 1 may let you read It and answer It after I am done with It That would be rather neat The slight nod was a dismissal and the maid went about her duties which were not many In this house Meanwhile the lady with the venetian hair toyed with the letter Club paper Evidently he was not afraid to trust her But would ho amuse her The contents gave her a genuine sur rltie She ran to the window Ital- Ian It was written In Italian with all the flourishes of an Italian born She turned to the signature Hlllard So ho had signed his name In full She ruminated How came such a name to belong to a man who wrote Italian so beautifully She looked at the signature again JohnGiovanni She would call him Giovanni She bad been rather clever To have had the wit to look Iri the library for tho blue book and the club If list not ovpry woman would nave thought of that Then a new Inspira tion carte to her She sent Bettina for the card basket She scattered the contents upon the floor and sat down Turklshi wise She sorted the cards carefully nnd lo she was presently re warded She hold up the card In tri umph lie had called at this house on Thanksgiving day lie was known then to the muster and mistress Very good She now gave her full attention to the letter which she had not yet perused To the Lady In the Fog Shave begin with let me say that I too laughed Hut there was somo degree of chagrin In my lAughter On my word of honor It was a distinct shock to my sense of dignity when I saw that Idiotic personal of mine In the paper It Is my reallyeashamed nut the situation was not ordi toethe streets after midnight As you could not possibly be ordinary my offense has greater magnitude To Indite a personal to a gentlewoman A thousand pardons I I doubted that It would come under your thatgyou would Isnoro It To find a woman with an appreciable sense of humor Is rare To and ono who couples this with initiation Is rarer still low you found out my name confuses me Indeed murmured thin lady Doubtless you hove the club list In your l house Do you Know tviwn the letter was brought me I sow iiotlilnt unusual about the aildnss It was onlv when I began this letter that I cvnpreleniletl how clev er you were There nro holt n dozen truthfbilydI tied me 1 was slur tet ipiHiFc my tlinirhtp were tar nwi i au4 ii loaf of Italy where I vaa turn iimrh there if no moro Italian lilonii In rnv i elfin I than there Is In yours What made him tlilrU hull I won derI therefore write this in u IIMSIISRO fn mlllar to us boll rinin vpu rouM not sing Lecocqs HOIIHH in lilt 1111 it you did not speak and understand it thoroughly Signora or olgnorlna write pHI it may be have wo no mutual frletuiK Are you not known to some one who Knows me some ono who will speak for me my character my habits It is rather a dull letter so far 1said the lady You say you sang because at that mo ment you were happy This Implies that you are not always so Surely with a volco like yours ono cannot possibly be I lu She held up the card in triumph unhappy If only 1 might meet you I wilt you nQt do me that honor Isnt there Just a little pure healthy romance waiting to be given life Your volco haunts me Out of every silence it comes to meSho is so Innocent so youthful JOHN HILLARD The letter fluttered Into her lap She leaned on her elbows It was not u bad letter nnd she rather liked the boyish tone of It Nothing vulgar peered out from between the lines Did he really love music He must for it was not every young man who could pick out tine melody of an old forgotten opera Rather than tempt fate she decided not to answer this letter IIt would be neither wise nor Useful Itomance The word came back to her With an unmusical laugh she stood up shaking the letter to the floor Itomance She was no longer a girl She was n woman of five and twenty and what should a woman know of romance Ah there had been a time when all tine world was ro mance romance when the night breeze had whispered it under her casement window when tho lattice climbing roses had breathed it when the moon and the stars load spelled it Romance She hinted the word not less than she hated the Italian lan gnage tlta Italian people tho country Itself She spurned the letter with her foot and fed the newspaper to the Ore She went downstairs to tho piano and played with strong feeling Pres ently she began to sing a haunting melancholy song by Abt She was mistress of every tone every shade every expression The door opened gradually Crash The music was over Bettina Bettlua are you listen sag I am always listening Bettina squeezed Into the room It is beauti ful beautiful To sing like that There will bo kings and dukes at your feet Enough I Pardon signora I forgot But Us tentI bring a message A boy came to say that the rehearsal will be at 4 this afternoon It Is now after 12 So lute Wo must be oft And the letter upstairs on the floor Some day Bettina you will enter the forbidden chamber and I shall have to play Bluebeard This time however I do not mind Leave It there or burn it Indifferently Bettina knew her mistress She thought best to leave the letter where It lay forgotten for the time being To be continued d 1 I y rJr Farm For Sale have fur sale either for cash or on reasonable terms i I IIgood farm of 139 acres lying about 3 miles South of Si Four room cottage and other ncceceary buildings on farm Well watered and good tobacco land Call in person 6r write mo at once Price I most reasonable A J JOHN OREILLY Executor of 11Hardinsburg Ky e 1 ratArOis x 4 4L RURAL TELEPHONES Mr Farmer are youjnterested l If so call onthef I llollmanagorof the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph A al Company and have him explain the special Farotmors Line rate win I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE teIElEGRAPH COMPANY I el ev t lot obi e rSave 75 BY PURCHASINOJ ONE OF FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS t8 for only 25 The regular price is 1100 Those who bring or mail or this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it nnd telling us where they saw it will be able to have ono reserved at the low rate of a 25 Boos and stationery are included No time limit If not ready ati now buy one for future use itl = wwI1Qeaaha eor 1in PRINCIPAL is c liT NOtartot attn amt ork BUSINESS COuEGEn m 1 HOOKrOBATBD Jlle Second and Walnut Streots LOU1SVILLB KY its u end gc olio m THE- y Fifth Avenue y HOTEL Louisville Ky m mPIKEi CAMPBELL Mngr OURIr The The located and leaonlymilking a2 eeratosY Only one block from the princi the pal shopping district two blocks lostStreetoUbe cityprIEyytldn btf I I iYou Will Never Know S 11 I lii v I tvbl C JI7AI I t k LWhat goodresults youSty can get until you trya fo Itpa iJC itrM thu i roe bl News Classified lB Waniaddo 4 U 0- r triaiuEMdvt rt1 1 I fl ROCKEFELLER = FOUNDATION Senate Committee Acts Favorably f On the Same A WORLD WIDE WORK IN VIEW rall Kings Personal Attorney Explains to the Committee Something of the Scope of Gigantic Beneficence Pro posed by Hla ChiefA Charter la Asked For Along the Lines Under Which Is Conducted the Affairs of the General Education Board to Which Mr Rockefeller Has Already Given 53000000 Washington March ILThe senate District of Columbia committee has asseitl favorably upon the bill to In jorporate tho Rockefeller foundation which will be reported out within a few days This action was taken by I v the committee actor it had listened to x statement by Starr J Murphy one jf tho Incorporators of the board in eference to Mr Rockefellers plans tad purposes Mr Murphy was un iblo to enlighten tho committee as to So amount which Mr Rockefeller Ultimately will placq at the disposal 3f tho trustees of the foundation but ie expressed tho opinion based on tfiv Rockefellers previous pbllanthrop Work that the sum would be ample 6 enable the foundation to carry on ts worldwide work In a most satlsfac ilory manner fMurphyfi y atlon now desires to have a charter Hh such scope that wherever there lees a human need the board created y that charter will have power to ve help Mr Murphy added that the language tho Incorporating bill was therefore Kjessarlly Indefinite The passage of 10 bill in Mr Murphys opinion Quid not be unprecedented it being many respects similar to tho char- r that was granted to the general ucatlon board to which Mr Rocke Her already has given 53000000- r Murphy explained further that it as tho Intention of Mr Rockefeller 0 build for the future as well as the resent The charities of the Twer loth century said he will not be hp charities of the Twentyfirst The lead hand should be removed from b should1fte impossible to define the scope of the ork proposed by the donor and It is- is desire to avoid limitations There is more danger said Mr lurphy In giving unwisely than In ot giving at nil The donor of thH oundatlon always Insists upon th ame Investigation and care In li ork of philanthropy ns he demand n making n business Investment rpm htch ho otpeets cash dllvdends In+ 4 4its insanco he expects that his dlvl ends will not be in cash but hope 1 get his returns in the shape of the elfare of humanity Back in The Fold The Louisville Post is evidently going lalndlenll its influence to the Democrats tysyear At any rate this is a sample rlnct the Democratic horse sense it is locks iw handing out The election will IIlost or won in Washington during to present session of Congress It Is n btful if any legislative program ran 1 Every Month urites Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by i the use of Cardui got Inc two bdttfes and I have been well ever since a kOCARDUIThe i Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents 5ipailt It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system I f Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not ofdido you nothing but good I Try Cardui It will help iu Your dealer sells it i U + t m n I Iat this tune save the control ofCongtesE opportunityII thrown away when the new tariff law was drafted It satisfied the trusts it satisfied the chief beneficiaries of the tariff but it satisfied so one else Pop ular discontent has grown with it every day The provisions of the law are be ing clearly understood They are reo corded in the daily price liet The peo pIe are begining to say to themselves the purpose of the tariff was to give us an area of high prices are to high the remedy is Inn lower tariff This seems logical enough I Flitted calves are mighty expensive luxuries this year but lets prepare to kill one for the prodigals return E lown News CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars too- 8ignattuo of HARKED Held over from last week If the best is not too good for you Lcwisport Best flour is the flour you ought to usc I B Payne spent a few days at home last week Mrs J Duggins has grip Clarence Hughes of Kingswood made a business trip to Hardinsburg Friday Mr and Mrs M P Compton of Garfield passed through here Monday enroute to Hardinsburg to be the guests ot their son Paul Compton Miss Ethel Meador of Hardinsburg came up Tuesday and was the guest of Miss Bessie Davis Miss May Pile spent Sunday with Miss Isabel Moorman Miss Nancy Board of Garfield was in our town a few days last week and was accompained home with her nelCO Miss Bessie B Weatherford Wanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvington Produce Co Henry Davis spent Thursday near Hazel Dell the guest of Mr and Mrs HunterMisses Florence Bruner and Lucy Kennedy who have been visiting Mrs Herman Meador have returned to their home at Garfield C D Payne has moved his family into the house vacated by J1I Beatty Mrs L A Davis will leave soon for Louisville where she will purchase her spring millinery Miss Mary Carman spent Friday afternoon the guest of Mrs Jas KnottPrayer Meeting every Sunday night at the school house t very one cordially invited to attend and make these meetings interesting Miss Isabeli Moorman spent Wednes day the guest of her sister Mrs P R Payne Mrs Watts and neice Miss Allie D Horsley will leave Saturday for Hites Run to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs George Harsley i guestiMany ills come from impure blood Cant have pure blood with faulty digestion lazy liver and sluggish bowels Burdock Blood itters streng thens Btotufib bowels and liver and purifies the blood OVER HIS VETO Kentucky Legislature Did Not Agree With Governor Willson Frankfort Ky March l4The so called tobacco pooling bill which Gov ernor Willson vetoed was passed over the veto by both the house and tho senate The houso vote was 77 to 11 and the senate 31 to 5 Tho pooling bill provides for the recording or names of persons pooling tobacco or oUter farm products and provides a pena y for any person purchasing or seeling to purchase tho crop of any Individual who has pooled that crop SAYS IT HITS FARMERS Governor Willson Vetoes Bill Dealing With Pooling Agreements Frankfort Ky March 13Gover nor Wlllson vetoed the bill providing for legal registration of agreements for pooling farm products basing his objection on the sections of tho net providing heavy penalty on any per son buying or soliciting pooled or pledged property lists of which have been recorded Ho says I could not approve of a law which makes It risky to buy Kentucky farm products or to offer to buy them I have never In my life read a proposition that was on Its face so manifestly a deadly blow to the rights of the farmers to sell their pro ducts or to the chanco of having pm chasers compote to buy them as this law NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage ri D r REPORT OF TAX COMMISSION- TO GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY Continued in next issue BINDS US TO A DISCREDITED PLAN The present Constitution of the State in which was embodied the general property tax system by the provisions of Section 171 of the Constitution has now been in force for eighteen years The growth of the State has been soriounly hampered by the operation of this tax system At the very time that we were fastening ourselves to this system other states wore abandoning it It has now boon wholly abandoned in thirteen States and has been or is being modified in others so that Kentucky now finds itself in a position of im posing upon its property owners and its business interests a burden of taxation which puts its people at a serious disadvantage in competi tion with people of other States where the tax burden is more wisely distributed and is therefore less heavy This is an ago of sharp competition It is a time of swift economic changes Our position in this matter is analogous to that of a man engaged in business who announces that he proposes for an indefinite length of time in the fu ture to adhere to a certain line of policy regardless of whatever changes may come about in price3 in competition in transportation facilities or in any other matter affecting the conduct of his business Such a man would speedily find himself left high and dry by changes in economic conditions Wo have attempted the same thing in our tax system Wo have adopted policy that prevents our Legislature from amending our tax laws from time to time in order to take ad vantage of changing economic conditions The general property tax system was admirably suited to the simple forms of property that were in existence in the early days of our country Property then was in the form of real estate or visible personalty and was usually under individual ownership With the development of the country there camo into existence now forms of property wholly unknown to those who framed our early tax laws The early tax system is not adapted to the business of deriving rove flue from these now forms of property under all the changed condi tions as to competition between communities DISREGARD ESSENTIAL DIFFERENCES Wo disregard in our system the differences between classes of property Wo lay down the rule that all property must be taxednt the same rate and that tIle tax must be collected by the same method We insist upon making the fair cash value of the property the measure of assessment and yet there is no infallible system of determ ining what is the fair cash value of the property Is the cash value of 1000 carried in a savings account at 3 per cent interest to be measured in the same way as the cash value of another 1000 invest ed in a retail business and turned over several times a year at a hand some profit Is the cash value of 1000 invested in u 6 per cent mortgage note the same as a cash value of another 1000 invested in a prosperous manufacturing enterprise Is the cash value of a stock of goods assessed in September by guesswork on the part of the As sessor a fair measure of the tax that ought to be paid by that mer chant when ho may have cleaned out the greater part of his stock at a largo profit before assessment time 1 These are but illustrations of the infinite varations in the charac ter of time property that must be considered in levying taxes so that they will be not only just as to rate and sound as to public policy but also collectible Wo have attempted to treat things that mire essentially unlike after time same fashion Our eighteen yours of ox perience with it has demonstrated the failure of the system FAILS TO PRODUCE REVENUE Not only does it lead to evasion and perjury not only does it cause an unfair proportion of time burden to fall upon real estate livestock and other visible personal property while other classes of prop erty virtually escape taxation but it fails to yield the necessary public revenues Men will not submit to a tax rate which they consider unfair When the tax rate becomes so high that undervaluation be gins an increase in the tax rate does not proportionately increase the revenue No system of assessment or equalization and penalties has ever been devised by any government that will compel men to list their property for taxation when the taxes would take so largo apart of the income from their property as to amount to confiscation Our present tax laws in Kentucky are fairly well enforced We have succeeded much bettor than many States in the matter of assess ments but wo have not devised nor has any State been able to devise any plan that has boon able to bring out the millions of dollars of personal property for assessment under time general property tax sys tern To reach this property it is necessary to adopt different methods which are not possible under our Constitution as it now reads It is impossible to raise in many counties of the State under the present tax system time sums needed for public improvements The constitutional limit of taxation has been reached in many counties Thorn is need for hotter roads better public buildings bettor schools better bridges sowers streets and other public improvements In many cities and counties it is impossible to borrow money on a bond issue for these purposes because the constitutional tax limit has been reached or so nearly approached that there is not left a margin sufficient to provide for the interest and sinking fund required by a bond issue An attempt to remedy the situation by raising time assessment only makes a heavy burden more unbearable and drives into con cealment those classes of property that can be hidden and leaves upon real estate and visible personal property a still heavier share of the public burden The State has shown some inclination in recent years to develop special sources of revenue by various forms of corporation taxes license taxes etc This is a field that could be most successfully worked for State revenue if the revenue system as a whole were so adjusted as to leave certain classes of property free for taxation by the State alone and certain other classes of property free for tax ation for local purposes alone A number of very prosperous and well governed States raise their entire revenue from special taxes levying no direct tax whatever upon real estate or visible personal property for State purposes Wo believe such a system could be de veloped successfully in Kentucky New York collects no direct tax whatever for State purposes Pennsylvania collects no direct tax on realestate for Suite purposes andonly a light tax on intangible per sonality threefourths of which is returned to the counties and towns Ohio collects only a light State tax on realty for educational pur poses The effect of this system in Pennsylvania has been to make the total tax on farms average about onefourth the total tax on such property in Kentucky and on city real estate about pnohalf r- w J 4r lj U- i J a Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 H7 145 14J 141srnrioNS 146 142 I 144 H8 Dully Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally iDilly un 440 840 7 15 1250 740P Ul 1111 AM Lv LoulsvillcAr A11 111 P 51 0 33 f4m 8 53 Strawberry 7 00 12 15 7 25 939 500 850 msiioff 652 f2 23 7 18 U I1U 15 09 19 Og Medora f6 42 f2 13 f7 08 9 51 f5 11 1U 14 Stites t6 36 12 07 fl 02 f5 17 017 m6112 f2 04 6591- 157 001 5 21 0 21 West Point 6 01 0 56 10 03 f5 23 19 33 Howard 6 27ill 58 fJ 54 lOAM 1116oam616 10 13 ff 37 f9 a4 Rock Haven 6 m5 fll 4516 41 10 19 1513 fU 40 Long Branch 6 09ill 37163310 25 552 940 Brandenburg 601 it 29 U 25 10l 5 59 f956 Ekron 5 55 111 21 016 0J 7 U OS615l10 43 a sisal10 1 ro 31 flO 19 Webster 533 flu 57 t542 1056 C659 flO 27 Lodlburg 527 flO 4Hf 34s11 02 f6 40 1033 Mystic 521 110 41 52611 05 f6 fO 110 37Sample1 5 18 flO 37 fs 22 11 11 0 58 10 44 Stephensport 5 11 10 27 5 14 11 11 nr 02 no 48 Addison 5 08 tlO 22 f5 10 6 11 10 f7 04 HO 50 Holt 506 flO Jo f6 08 f6 31 11 26 7 15 11 00 Cloverport 4 57 lO 07 4 57 8 15 1Aa4 46 to 53 4 a4 iB 02 f 6 21 11 45 7 37 11 1d Hawosyiiie 4 38 913 4 36 7 59 4t031f64 16 fO 17 4 11 2 16f77 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch a 56 18 52 3 51 7 02 7 13 12 35 8 35 12 1 1M Owensboro 3 50 f8 45 a 45 6 Os- f 18 GOf7f tt 87U3 18 22 34 28fl4607 7 53 1 08 f 16 12 43 Beals 3 18 8 Ot 3 13 f6 Ii758 1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 10 7 58 f3 11 I 6 13 8 06 1 15 f9 24 12 50 Baskett 3 12 7 52 f3 Ol 608 MAI 48 10 05 1 28 Howell2 42 7 10 2 30 155 in ir 130 I Evansvllle 235 I 710 T I 230 740 740 SF LOUIS 000 834A M P DL 1 M A M- If Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry 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 Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport- No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class I lilt Glass 1st Class I Second Class 9 7 113 112 80STATIONS MixedDallyI oxSUllillLY645pm 530am 1l10am Lv Irvington Ar 10 lOam 4I Ifipm 1140pm 655 f540 f1110 Basin Spring fO 57 f350 fll 25 17 OU f5 55 sll 33 Garfield 5012s3 27 sll 10 f720 r607 fl1ol3 Hnrnedf9 3II 307 f058 s7211 s612 s1146 Junctlon 98s257 slO 53 734 x610 s11J 5U Iinrdlnsburg s923 X343 slO 18 5741 till 27 sll5a Junction sO17s233 s040 f7liO 637 120ipmnKirkii 09 f22 flO 31 f7 G7 fIJ5 fJ20U McQuudy f90a 202 fl024 sS 10a0 59 sit 20 Olendennc yi G3 18slsSJ9 71U s1228 Uempster sS 4s14083 s1241 Falls of Rough f831 s8 00 s12 tJ DomPster 18 16 s125I 1iff- S 55 fiii f 100 Rockvnle fS 13 8100 flO 01 W Ol 1719 f 10 Vnnzant f8 u7 f2 42 f 9 56 g05 f724 f1to Asklns f801 f237 f 953 cOW f730 f110 Oaksf liS f223 f 045 s920 736 f 12U Ehniitch 75s1215 s 938 7 5U Fordsvllle1210put 9 35 EARLINOTONI 4 30pm 410 sun I Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking lor Wo recommend the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If you want cash for your property send price and description at onco and 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 sales Jno D Babbage 8 2 miles from Guston300140acrr3r from IrvlnRton well watered lays well good young orclmrd Rood timber on rural route school house tow yards I iron house Improvements Rood four room Itlwolllnir with kitchen on back porch two Rood barns barn und tonent house andcIs torn back lu tho field i meat and hen house wood shod I will sollon easy payments plenty of smitH frnlt Further particulars address Jno D nabbugo Olovcrport Ky ACRE PAUM f room cotta o hall and 67 porch In good repair good stall stock barn two good side sheds crIb good meat house and lion house and a variety of apples poaches und grapes a good well and never ulllnt prinK for stock wuter 200yardseass- of lIurdlnsburK In easy tllljtunco to time high School building when erected Ky 000Iror 16 micros four miles i west of 2 a miles from branch railroad I all fresh land 100 micros In cultiva tion 50 micros in grass will produce tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood I lasting water well at door of dwellPlenty dwelling A rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco burns a tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price 62000 H cash- FOR 8ALK Storo mouse and dwelling com corner First and High Streets wholelongthexchange for a dwelling house In Cloverport AvonueWollFOR SALE A farm contalulngSSO acres an Unl5a store room over It two good stock barns poachtreesI all kinds of small fruits Including a nice clolrod11I1I1cogroves ot black locust sutllclont for posts tc wire tile wholo farm In It lies near Ekron cclongFOU SALE A splendid stand for a druggist good town surrounded by goodprosperous farmers This Is lust stepintoAn old estubllslle physlchU wants w retire Oartlcularsport KY It Pays to Advertise See us r The thing to do is to Try Our Want ColUI11nIt I II n o Qa r k r f d dt President A B SKILLMAN Cashier W II POWMEH F L LianTirooT VicePresident O T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE BANKI Cloverport Ky Organized 1372 38 yours of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits r Y DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W H Bowmor Jno C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher History of The Lucile Memorial By Miss Laura Satterfield r We have learned from family and church history that sometime in 1830 ia few men and women living in Clover port surrounded by all the comfort and pleasures that were required nt that time to make people contented and happy realized that the one thing needful was lacking a house in which to assemble themselves and little ones 11 on tho holy Sabbath to worship the true and living God s They were few in number but it was i their privilege to hold a weekly prayer meeting in an old log school house Be c v v ing rooted and grounded in Presbyter inn faith they determined to get a r 1minister and organize a church As in our lives so In theirs the tangled threads of experience that crossed and recrossed each other in their lives were 1 t 1notr woven by chance they were not without plan and direction tfs CHARTER MEMBERS t God who notes even the smallest events of life in his own good time sent visiting minister who organized the ra church in 1841 with the following charter members Mr and Mrs Marcus Allen Mrs D R Murray r Mr Gliapin Mrs Morton and Mrs i Tucker who died one year ago the 13th of this month The first ministers to come as licentiates or stated supply were the Rev Venable who remain ed only a short time and was followed by Rev Bayless The true facts of his ministry are not known only that he died during his vacation home In the year 1841 the Rev William N Simon son a young man just from a school of learning gifted in speech with a clear and keen perception of duty and full of the love of God had been set apart by the laying on of the hands of the Presbytery with the command Go ye forth and preach the Gospel was the first installed pastor to this church The removal of this young man by I death Sept 21 1848 at the age of 27 I years 5 months and 21 days brought to the field the Rev William McAffee I of Ireland who also taught school and i is remembered as teacher by one or more of the citizens at the present time but only H short time was alloted tot him here He too was stricken by the handof death August 7 1853 32 years of age and side by side in the Murray I 5 to 20 I I handle the ed A I that will suit the most I graveyard with marble stones to marl their last resting place lie the morta remains of the first installed minister of this church STORE ROOM FIRST CHURCH A store room owned by Col D R Murray bad been fitted up and furnish ed as a house of worship and after wards given as a church And oft in meditation as our minds revert to some of the scenes that transpired in that little old church sometime scenes of gladness and joy again sorrow and tears which are often blended in ai we do not understand Ve wonder if in this building with all Its modern improvements will be found the lasting joy and solid comfort found within those walls even thoughts of which bring to the minds of most of the members of the present congregation cherished never to be forgot tenOwing to the destruction of the church records by fire we must omit the names and many interesting remin isences during the of the min isters to the old church TWO SERVANTS CALLED We mention the Rev R W Clelland and Dr Frank Grossman for it was during their ministry and due to their influence that Miss Mary E Parey went as a missionary to China in 1887 We cannot recall the exact date but that sometime near this period one of loverports noblest young men was called to the ministry neither can we tell where he completed his Theological education taut know that the Rev Sammie Bates who still calls Clover port his home is preaching to a large ongregation in an uptodate church- n Marion Ohio- STARTED PLANS IN 1SSO In 1SSO the Roy C G pastor at that time called a congregations meeting to consider whether or not to repair the old church After ome discussion it was deemed unadvis- able to put any more money on the old building After the call of J F HorI ton the condition of the church at that ime was such that it was absolutely necessary to formulate plans whereby a new house of worship might be erected In the year 1893 the foundation was laid Owing to the lack of finan cies the work was suspended from time to time and resumed again in IDOl when the 1st Presbyterian church was completed with an indebtedness of 350 We could then stand and look with pride upon a handsome brick edifice an ornament to any city It was the pride of the members the interior being a model of architectural beauty at a cost of 7500 We pass rapidly over the date Wednesday night March 13 1901 when for hours half the little city of Cloverport was enveloped in flames Thursday morning we found both the old and new churches a mass of debri and Not in Clover port but the efficient service of the Rev Donald M Grant who worked so for the completion of this church At the time of this de structive fire the Rev J E Blair of Oregon was here as pastor The fol lowing Sunday afternoon he called thE members at the Baptist church and by a unanimous vote it was decid ed to rebuild the church We had only 1000 insurance and owed 350 RISE UP FROM ASHES Work was begun with very little re source in view We shall ever be grateful to the churches of the Louisville Presbytery for responding readily to our call for help and to the ladle of the Presbyterian Socities from whon we received unasked for a check for money a few days after the fire Worl was begun with the delays that usually attend such an undertaking CHURCH NAMED In the year 1800 during the visit of Dr and Mrs Donald McDonald the church received the name of Lucile Memorial in memory of Mrs McDo- nalds deceased daughter After the re signation of Mr Blair the Rev T L Walton took charge of the church and remained until called to a larger field He was followed by Rev T C Kerr who remained until 1906 During his ministry Wilbur Hamman brought his utter from Rushville to this church his being his home Mr Hamman is tow at Marysville Tenn preparing for the ministry It is enough to say ve bespeak for Mr Hamman all that is laimed fora Presbyterian minister AN IDEAL MINISTER Our present pastor Rev E W Graves being a man of strong person- al1 piety he soon won our confidence He presents the gospel in a forcible manner with tenderness and love He is much beloved by the members and is held in high regard by the people The building of the Lucilo Memorial leant struggle self denial and loyalty I line and will for and Suits from line dress Ladies Hats I carry a assort ment Ladies Trim med Hats at and can save you on them Hats All the latest styles With the heavy debt and oft remov of ministers we met discouragement on every hand but with courage undaunted we never wavered nor was our wrki unmingled with and often what we thought were stumbling blocks proved to be stepping stones to success While this church will not compar with our first Presbyterian church it Iiis an ornament to the community and a monument to the fidelity and presistcn efforts of the leaders who so faithfull paved the way- FRIENDS APPRECIATED We appreciate and shall ever hold iIn grateful remembrance the friends who were ever ready to respond to our cal for aid Our church has been complet ed without one ceht of indebtedness We have met all the financial obliga tions Among the members a beauti ful prevails With this month closes our work fur theeclesiastical year ButliTis not by might not by power but by my spirit sayeth the Lord Aside from me ye can do nothing To Him be all the praise McGavocks School District Frank Knight left recently for Ill inoisMisses Beatrice and Helen Ballman who are attending rchool here spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Pete Ball man at Tar Springs The farmers are busy sowing oats Jack Jonesthe trustee of this district was a visitor of the school Monday and was well pleased with the work being done by the pupils and teacher Albert Newman went to Cloverport WednesdayJ had hisfoot hurt while cutting ogs for a plant bed but Is better now If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use A Kind Idea What was a lovely surprise to Miss Georgia White whose home burned last Monday was the micellaneous shower given her by the Ladies Reading Club and other friends at the of Mrs Frank Fraize Thursday alter noonThe house was decorated in cut flow ers and Miss Warfield who assisted in entertaining made the most happy one for Miss White Delicious ices and cakes were served These and the spuvenirs were in the Irish color in accordance with St Patricks day When Miss White saw the dining room table with gifts in white tissue paper and ribbons she could not have been more surprised had the ashes of her home turned to pearls Miss White received every thing from a paper of pins to a pair of blankets including a five dollar gold piece A Package of Medicine Free Every subscriber to this paper who will write to the address below will receive free of expense a con taining small boxes of all the well known medicines Lanes Tea for the bowels Kidnets for the kidneys Lanes Pleasant Quinine Tablets for olds and grips and Shermans Head iche Address Orator F Woodward Lc Roy N Y UBSCRIBE in Hats for Men and from 1 to 400 have a line of Wall and as it is now time to buy it when the stock is com I CATARRH DESTROYED x MY APPETITE M 1 fr SAYc Y- srr 11- ff Ys fr s ffr- S S y4sr r Lysr j t my H r fir Oonlan 487 Ave Y writes III which my and entire 1 am oared cheerful In all the has cured mo and only I use Pornna I would have all previous and 1 1 Liver Stomach Mr James OByrne CM St Topeka Kas conductor Santo Fe and member Order of Con writes- I with a liver and trouble which made com plexion very sallow and I felt misera blo and tired all time aunt me that sho was taking with such results that she advised mo to It and I bought a bottle I take patent However 1 Peruna vory agree to take and as I felt better in a week I took only bottles In all I found that was all I needed I am most grateful to you for what your medlcino liB done for me Entirely Relieved W N Casey Ill two weeks after your well I usednine GARFIELD We have a new doctor in town Dr Sanbach of has located here welcome him and his family to our little burg Iflhe best is not too good for you Best flour is the flour you to use and Mrs I B and children and Miss Ruth were at and Mrs Minor tons night and Friday They report a pleasant visit a royal re ception at the here night tion was present Bro Minor Comp Garfield more freight than any other town of its size in the coun and from 5c to I have l most stock and it be to to it be lEHUNA rarely falls to restore th appetite upon begin fling use of Poruna patients begin en and digest This id the coming from allparts of th y civilized world Catarrh is a very cause of loss of appetite and disturbed digestion The beneficial influenco of Peruna pa catarrh completely restores tlto In such cases i To prod tho digestive organs with medicines that are 1 a poor way to remedy such cases lam now cured and cheer fill in spirits through the agency of Penina which has tiredme effectually and appetite My only is that I did not use Peruna sooner and J would have my pre vious and misery Mr Joseph Conlan Removed Catarrh Restored Joseph H 7th Brooklyn N suffered from catarrh completely destroyed appetite weakened my system i- I now and spirits through agency of Perm na which effectually my liMy regret is that did not sooner end avoided my misery Torpid Trouble Madison Railway ductors suffered torpid stomach my the An Peruna try finally although disliked to able effective five and Dysentery Mr Leamington writesin beginning treatment was bot McQuady We Lewisport ought Mr Richardson Frymire visitors Mr Comp Thursday and hospitable Compton meeting was organized Wednesday A good congrega ton presiding handles the and in will see Immediately to testimony theapp merely all restored regret avoided all suffering Appetite restored ties of Peruna My case was bow JIJ t cording todlreotions audit exceeds allccough syrup I over it 1 wish every one afflicted would gli Peruna a trial a Pcruna as a Tenlc Capt R B Smith Greensboro Git i After using several bottles of Per na I can recommend it as one of the be catarrh medicines on the market tonic it has no equal b Poruna is all that is claimed for 11 Catarrh of Stomach Mr Henry Neoly First CoIIF 80th Regiment O V I B5 b 623 Trenton Mo writes 1 suffer P for years with catarrh of the stoma 1 Seeing an advertisement of Peruna R bought a bottle and every dose made E p feel better Seven bottles cured mo 9 101 try We have five or six traIns datlatth Mrs Nannie Snider of Hardinsbur tat the guest of Miss Mary SoldcbThursday k ar Long may It live to gladden our Ib ym Itching torturing skin eruption di eel figure annoy one wild Doaj Ointment brings quick relief and laWIing cures Fifty cents at any dr Very IOne of the most accomodating tr bill connected with the L H St L proRvac operator at the station in this ctmmMr Dowell never gets rl1fIlediOCC seems annoyed and is always ladKrafavor the public with his services An th r =6tlKitlV3LtlY iHK iC 2tlVANUV3a7tl I1fm79AF37 M1tl6E dF 1Et ltl7ltlM9 tltl itlE 1tl Vd itl lL tlC3 V3 tf tSK 7NV3Shc tli33UK8 tl lS itlKi tf 5lS C I I on1y Three Days Until Easter ISOget busy I a of New Spring all the Styles Weaves be found here the young old ILatest J rrf myIcelebrat I B Kirschbaum fastidious Iers intricacy memories pastorate know Overstreet ashes many remember zealously together Trimmed nice of popular prices money Mens pleasure harmony home occasion laden wrapped green package following Remedy colors Boys I nice Paper appetiteI wrote good medicines found homePrayer a the universal frequent stimulants suffering Railway Aea complete was drive have Suits plete prices 15c bolt largest complete ofshoes Irvington your interest usedi writesc LieatenarC sHurrahhornIb l- 01storeMrAccomodating complete fore buying your spring shoes I hand le the Star Brandof shoes which are solid i leather and are beau tiesBig line of Muslin 7 Underwear for sale this week It ItED ALEXANDER 11- tilt I IRVINGTON KENTUCKY flmf f ffm m IlIJ C 1it v- f lI f I Ij1 w p yy o tlJ i se54ilv3s1YVi Sd 1 Ya