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O THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSh PRINTCoCoal KENTUCKYt WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1910 8 Pates N 39e n 0 e- tt Dont Forget To Plant a Tree Friday WELL KNOWN RESIDENT SUMMONED i Alonzo Fallon Dies After a Long IllnessFuneral Conducted From His Home on Second Street lWAS NEARLY SIXTYE1GHT nd Saturday afternoon at 5 oclock rn Alonzo Fallon died af his home in this city Mr Fallons death was expected tvandhe was perfectly resigned to die He had been ill nearly a year but was ow confined to his room just six weeks His preparation for death was so sin t acare and earnest and when the end san came it was peaceful and comforting io him i Fi Mr Fa Ion was born in Hodgenvjllo ln May 1842 and when a little boy his I parents moved to Iowa After their o death he returned to Kentucky and came here from Princeton twenty ryears ago He was a painter by trade A and worked at that successfully until his health failed him Jr it In 1870 Mr Fallen married Mrs Harriett Pemberton the widow of nai Chas Pemberton She and a family of Bi grown children who are splendid young tor people survive They are ave sons ma Messrs Charles Otto Justine Joe and ma Rollio Fallen and one daughter Miss do Ola Ballon 1e u The funeral was held from the home Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev Mr Dillon pastor of the Methodist sailchurch who was a frequent visitor at bedside of Mr Fallon during his bur late illness The Methodist church 3nidchoir had charge of the music and among the songs was his favorite NewSeet By and By omtt Many lovely floral designs were sent by neighbors and friends and the inter vent took place in the Cl verport 4 dicemetery goat The pallbearers were Messrs t la Wick Moorman Chas Hook Thos dr Tousey Joe Fitch J C Nolte and Mr Ridge Furniture Gets A Ride Last week was moving time on the Ig W bill Ben Miller moved to the Sippel L property Frank Storms to the hous- elegrav8clted by Miller Isadore Popham lis dmoved into his house on Fifth street edoccupied py Philip Kramer and Mr glad Kramer moved to the Jeff Miller houses On the same street Eli Taul moved into Gillilands house MR WILLIAMS FINDS RELIEF In DeathWas Blind Two Years A Great But Patient Suffer erLeaves Wife And One Daughter FUNERAL HELD MONDAY Rousseau Williams died Sunday morn ing at 330 oclock in this city after be lag an invalid for over two years Mr Williams was blind and his death was a great relief to him He was a most patient sufferer and bore every pain without complaint Mr Williams was born in Grayson county near Leitchfield October 2 1862 and has spent the late years of his life in Cloverport May 21 1890 he married Miss Virginia B Claycomb who with one daughter Mrs Burt Dan iels survive Besides the wife and daughter he is survived by two sisters Mrs Nettie Lockhart and Mrs Martin Laslie and one brother Mr Douglas WilliamsThe was held Monday after noon from the Methodist church con ducted by Rev Dillion The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery Mr Williams was a kind unselfish man and everyone thought most highly of him He was a member of the Methodist church The pallbearers were Julian Brown A R Fisher Frank Payne J C Nolle J F Sawyer M Weather holt BAPTIST PREACHER Will Move Here Next Week Preaching Sunday Night hA Congregation Rejoiced The Rev Frank Farmer of Owens boro has been called to take charge of the Baptist pastorate in this city The members are glad indeed to have a minister again as they have been without one since Rev Lewis depar ture Preaching Sunday night The family will move in the par sonage next week Rev Mr Lewis Better The Rev James T Lewis who has been very ill for several weeks Fords vlllo is improving which is good news to his many friends in Cloverport FALLS INTO HOT WATER little Willie Combs Dies From Horrible Accident at His Parents Home Willie Combs the fouryearold child of Mr and Mrs Wm Combs fell in a kettle of hot water last Wednesday morning while playing in the kitchen at their home in the West End The child was so badly scalded that he died Friday morning He was a sweet little child and his death was quite sad to his parents and sister Cammle CombsThe interment took place at Skill man Two Skiffs Stolen Jack Allen of Toblnsport had two skiffs stolen last week and as yet has no clew of the thief ANTISALOON LEAGUE Lecturer Was Here SundayElder T S Buckinham Superintendent Doing Much Good Elder T S Buckingham superinten dent of Lexington District of the Anti Saloon league of Kentucky was here Sunday and delivered two good lectures on temperance at the Methodist and Baptist churches He was given a hearty welcome in Cloverport and aroused a great deal of interest in the work here Will Speak To Farmers William Jennings Bryan will be one of the s tthcroatlonal conven tion of farmers to be held in St Louis May 3 to 7 A new political party may be launched during the convention ac cording to President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor Let Well Enough Alone Fortyone indictments returned politiciansingraft to prominent statesmen in the New York legislature revolt in the house of representatives against the strongest personality in the republican party Surely there Is widespread dis position on the part of some people heretofore patient to a fault not to let well enough alone =The Commoner Goods- I a White Goods Wash Goods all ready for Laces Readymade also a Ladies Skirts A and all colors Ladies World commendation BAKIN6 POWDERhas always received when exhibited or tested in competitionISM ftJvWCUPID Says Father Brey of Stt Rose Catholic ChurchNo Wed ding Bells Since Lent Father Celestine Brey said Mbnday that Cupid was little coward this spring and was afraid to do any se rious work on account of the high prices of living Not since lent has mar rlageannouncement been in the at Rose church and this is unusual for springtime when young peoples fancy turns to thoughts of love Father Brey seems to be appre hensive of the bankrupt law and his young people must come to his rescue New Tobacco Factory MW atOlvensboro A deal is being negotiated between JA Brown claiming to be a representative of independent capitalists of New York and M A Nelson toba co man of Owensboro Ky by which an Independent tobacco manufacturing plant will be here The tobacco plant of Mr Nelson valued at 10000 is by the deal to be traded for 10000 worth of new stock in the con cern Farmers Journal Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the great kindness and sympathy shown us during our late be A Fallon and Children rfs I on a tfrYr Ydlf 4Jra rr No for Mrs Jesse and Mr Gabbert in at Mrs Keys was mar ried to Mr Elmer Gabbert Thursday by the Rev Mr Powers at his home m Patesville Mrs Keys was the wife of Keys who was killed last had boarded with her for several months Their was not to their close Showers The of rain that fell Sunday and were most after thirtyone dry and perfect days In March The streets were as dusty as send out water wagon Many the ground was too for but one woman said if you do your the Lord will do patchinthe rain Court Fine The court for the Tennis Club has just been on First and High streets in the East End The of the are Misses Misses Willis Misses Plank Mrs Phelps Miss Severs and Miss Anne Jarboe is Now Time to Think About Your Spring Suit I you want to buy uptodate clothes see Alexander about it I handle the Celebrated Kirsch IF baum Clothes Every suit all no cotton or shoddy in these suits and at prices you will have to pay for clothes Come early get the good things I the complete and line of goods of all kinds ever brought to and an in spection of my stock and convince you of the fact Dont delay but come early and get the choice Dress have complete line of Suitings and woolen Goods of kinds now inspection and- Embroideries Shirt Waists big line of Muslin Underwear Readymade Wash Suits complete line AFRAID published Catholic established reavementMrs Ready to Dont forget them can save you money them prices from 100 to 500 Carpets Matting RugsIIngrain Carpets from 25c to the best flatting from to 25c yard t J1f the other article of human food has ever received such em phatic purity usefulness and whole someness from the most eminent authorities i Royal the highest award a a a I MARRY THURSDAY Keys Elmer United Marriage Wedding Patesville Emma quietly afternoon Jess spring MrGabbert marriage a surprise friends April showers Monday welcome MayorBarrya people complained that dry seed planting part Tennis finished members club Burnt It wool that elsewhere inferior and have most uptodate Irvington prices will first Wear Hats lOc Used over Shoes Biggest line of low cuts and oxfords in Irvington and all the new things at the lowest pric- esPhonographs Am agent for Edison phono graphs and records if you con tenplate buying one would be i glad to have you call andsee my line RESIGNS Rev E W Graves Has Resigned the Irvington and Clover port Churches The Rev E W Graves has accepted the Presbyterian church at Auburn Ky and will move there some time In the near future He has been with the Irvington con gregation seven years and the Clover port Lucile Memorial four years and a halfDuring his pastorate Rev Graves has accomplished much At Irvington a parsonage has been built and a new lighting system and primary Sunday school room have been added At Cloverport GOO has been raised in pay Ing for and completing the building Rev Graves is greatly liked by his people here and so is Mrs Graves who is a very delightful woman Have New Phaeton Mr and Mrs Louis Henkle have re cently gotten a handsome new phae ton Fisher Homestead Repaired The Fisher Homestead is being re paired and newly papered and painted i i for Mr Frank Carter who will marry a Louisville girl this month The place I will be exceedingly pretty when com pleted is I r t IIED ALEXANDER Irvingt n Ky i IIISa1 ft 4 0- r w f1 u l IC rm u 1 1 Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it la the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter RHJBOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky grrPl eMrMoAOmM STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothos made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erote prices Expert tailors em ployed J fl HUNSCHE CaspcrMay CoCanneltonInd rMStkSlitkhkkltkSlA tSIAANA ligiRAit O- II I- fII FOR SALE I II x Ir- II if A numberof Farms dif forent Sizes and Prices S Ir- II Ir- II Ir i The Bank of Hardinsburg s Trust Co ia IpfKr avrKrrstrrrrr rrraKrryrK H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- tIARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession m nil of the Courts of HrockunrlaKu und adjoining coun tier Special iHtontloti given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Dlstilik Courts Olllcoovor lank ot Ilardlnsbure f K l u THEA LOUISVillETIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regulnr price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 n year If you will send your order to us you can get The uckenridge News AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only i50 t The Louisville Times Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Ilua the best corps of cor respondent Covers the Kentucky field perfectlyCovers tho general news fiotcouiplotely HUB the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody t + s Send Your Subscrip tion Right Awayt- o thisllpapor not to Tho Louisville Times Subsoribe I i iliLLS ENACTED BY LEGISLATURE Complete List of Measures Passed by Kentucky Solons HOSE VETOED ALSO GIVEN Large Majority of the Bills Do Not Become Laws Until Ninety Days After Adjournment of the Assem blySome Few With Emergency Clause Attached Become Effective at Once Frankfort KySpecialThe fol lowing Is a complete list of all the bills that were enacted by the recent legislature and approved by tho governor or allowed to become laws without his signature A list of the bills vetoed by the governor is also given Some few of these bill have an emergency clause attached to them and become effective at once but the large majority of them do not become the law till 90 days after the adjournment of the legislature which will be June 15 this year The governor vetoed 29 bills but two of them were passed over his veto these two being House Bills 51 and 347 It is believed this Is the largest number of bills ever vetoed for any one session in the history of the state Senate Bills S B No 2 HD Newcomb Jef ferson county Enabling Louisville to construct a public hospital- S B No5 G T Wyatt Logan countyProviding for the condemnation of property for municipal pur poses in cities of the fourth class- S B No9 L W Arnett Kenton countyTo make Oct 12 this year and Oct 12 of each succeeding year a legal holiday to bo known as Co lumbus Day- S B No 13 J T Pritchard Boyd countyTo change the time of hold ing court In the Thirtysecond Judi cial district- S B No 18 H D Newcomb Jef ferson countyAct to repeal Section 1725 Kentucky Statutes so that the Jefferson circuit clerk will be on same footing as other circuit clerks as to fees in criminal cases S D No 24 Conn Linn Calloway countyProviding that when the reg ular circuit Judge can not preside the governor shall appoint as a substitute a Judge of another district whose court is not in session and adding 1200 a year to the salary of the reg ular Judges for the extra services- S B No 25 Conn Linn Calloway countyAppropriating 30000 annu ally for use of the state board of health for preventing the spread of diseaseS No 26 J A Donaldson Car roll countyTo establish a bureau of vital statistics and to provide for the registration of all births and deaths- S B No 27 E M Taylor Fulton county Changing the time of holding circuit courts in the counties of the First Judicial district- S B No 31 Mark Ryan Louis ville Authorizing Jefferson county to supplement the salaries of her cir cuit Judges S B No 40 H D Newcomb Lou isville To reduce the amount of bond required by sheriffs by the fis cal court- S B No 41 H D Newcomb Jef ferson countyTo provide electrocu tion as the means of Inflicting tho death penalty and providing that all electrocutions shall take place in the penitentiary at Frankfort- S B No 43 Conn Linn Galloway countyTo amend section 13 chapter 221 Ken Stat relating to courts of justiceS 53 B M Arnett Jessa mine countyProviding that all ac tions for libel against newspapers shall be brought in the county where plaintiff resides or where newspaper published or where act woe done S B No 59 J J Watkins Union countyChanging the form of ballot In voting on question of allowing live stock to run at large on uninclosed landsS B No 63 Thos A Combs Fay ette countyAppropriating 7500 to help pay for statute of Gen John H Morgan at Lexington- S B No 67 N B Chipman Pen dleton countyProviding for county inspectors of apiaries and to protect bees from foul brood and other dis eases S B No 68 N B Chipman Pen dleton countyPermitting Kentucky Insurance companies to invest in the stocks of other insurance companies S B No 70 J A Donaldson Carroll countyProviding that before cooperative assessment life and cas ualty insurance companies can begin business they must show that 500 per sons have applied for insurance and have applied for 500000 in policies- S B No 77 C M Thomas Bour bon countyProvides for what Is known as Indeterminate sentences for convicted persons the circuit Judge to fix length of sentence the Jury to decide guilty or not guilty 8 B No 78 C M Thomas Bour bon county Repealing the present parole law and enacting a moro lib eral law in its stead S B No 77 C DL Thomas Dour pqri countyProviding for changing bnb of the penitentiaries into a state tu rerormatory in which all convicts un der 30 years of ago shall bo confined except habitual criminals of that age S B No 80 W E Dowling Anderson county Creating Kentucky library commission of five members no salary object to aid and advise with those establishing libraries- S B No 87 H D Newcomb Jef ferson countyAppropriating 10000 annually for Kentucky Home Society for Colored Children- S B No 89 H D Newcomb Jet ferson countyProviding punishment cf persons responsible for tho condi tions that render a child dependent neglected or delinquent- S B No 90 R L Hubble Lincoln county Making men over 60 years old ineligible for jury service- S B No 91 Mark Ryan Louis ville Providing that waterworks di rectors In Louisville may succeed themselves in office and Increasing maximum amount for which refund ing bonds may be Issued by the water company from 100000 to 1500000- S B No 02 Conn Linn Galloway countyRegulating civil proceedings for libel against newspapers ly providing that a prompt retraction bars recovery of punitive damages- S B No 93 P J Beard Shelby countyTo authorize the refunding and repayment of Inheritance taxes where the amount of the legacy to each legatee is less than 500 S B No 98 E Bertram Clinton county To change the time of hold ing courts in the Twentyeighth Ju dicial district- S B No 102 A R Burnara Madi son countyProviding that the mother shall be on equality with the fath er in appointing guardian for chit dren amending Sections 2016 2020 2021 and 2033 Kentucky Statutes S B No 120 W V Eaton Mc Cracken countyTo regulate the In troduction of expert testimony- S B No 129 H D Newcomb Jet ferson countyTo amend the school laws and provide for the election ot- a board of education in cities of the first class and to define the duties of said board Intended to take school board out of politics- S B No 134 Mark Ryan Louis yuleTo increase the powers of state board of pharmacy S B No 139 Mark Ryan Louis ville Providing for an Increase of from 700 to 1000 for assistants to probation officers for delinquent and dependent children In cities of the first and second class S B No 144 H H Smith Knott countyFixing a penalty for destruc I tion of fish by guns loaded with steel balls and copper jackets S B No 165 G T Wyatt Logan countyTo amend the landlords lien lawS B No 181 T A Combs Fay etto countyAppropriating 2322 to pay the expenses of tho tax revision commissionS 182 T A Combs Fay Dtte county To amend Section 564 Kentucky Statutes relative to issual of stock by private corporations- S B No 190 C W Nagel New portTo limit tho liability of mpm bers of mutual assessment fire insur mince companies- S B No 193 R M Salmon Hop kins countyTo provide lifesaving apparatus for inspector of mines and his assistants- S B No 201 J F Bosworth Bell countyIncreasing salaries of assist ant mine inspectors to 1800 per yearS B No 211 N C Cureton Louis vllteTp legalize slave marriages and the Issue of same in this state- S B No 236 Mark Ryan Louis yuleTo promoto and compel attendance of children in schools and to prevent truancy in cities of the first four classes- S B No 240 G T Wyatt Logan ounty Requiring that bonds of pub tic officials shall be for a definite penal sum- S B No 241 G T Wyatt Logan countyProviding for the registra tion of motor vehicles and uniform rules regulating use and speed of same lIccdse fee must be paid to secretary of state- S B No 245 T A Combs Fay ette countyTo amend charter of second class cities in reference to levying anti collecting taxes and pro viding for submitting to voto any ad ditional Indebtedness S B No 246 T A Combs Fay Otto countyTo amend charter of second class cities relating to control and improvement of streets public ways landings wharves grounds and sidewalksS 247 T A Combs Fay Btto countyProviding for a fine of 100 or less for cruelty to animals and providing for destruction of ani mals to prevent suffering- S B No 248 T A Combs Fay itte countyAuthorizing formation af corporation to do a trust banking and title Insurance business in coun ties having a population of more than 30000 and under 100000 S B No 253 J A Donaldson Car roll countyTo amend Section 3704 Kentucky Statutes so as to allow firth class towns to lease wharf privi leges for five years S B No 279 E M Taylor Fulton countyTo amend Sections 786 and 703 Kentucky Statutes by providing for fining tho railroad engineers and firemen for failure to blow whistle at crossingsS No 284 R L Hubble Lincoln countyAuthorizing transporta tion companies to soil unclaimed arti cles in six months after arriving at destination and to sell perishable goods sooner S B No 307 J J Watkins Union countyTo amend an act entitled an- act to establish a public school In Morgantleld Union county S B NoS18i T A Combs Fay rtaLf n w cite countyTo Increase the salary of governors stenographer to 1500 per annum- S B No 320 Conn Linn Calloway countyProviding for a courthouse and jail In Calloway county- S B No 322 L W Arnett Ken ton countyTo amend the statute concerning conveyances- S B No 329 J F Bosworth Bell countyTo increase salary of secre tary of board of control to 1SOO a year and pay his traveling expenses when on official business- S B No331 Thos A Combs Fay etto county To allow assistants clerks of house and senate pay for reading proof of journal of the two bodiesS No 336 E E HoggOwsley county To pay the Interest on war rants for the charitable Institutions heretofore Issued also appropriating 25000 for now building at Feeble Minded Institute 65000 for Central asylum for Water supply 8 B No 347 C M Thomas Bour bon countyAppropriating 3000 an nually as an expense fund for the governor House Bills II B No1 W G Kean Cumberland countyiTo Increase salary of state librarian to 1800 and assistant to 1200 H B No3 Lilliard Carter An derson countyProviding for the printing of all court of appeals de cisionsH No 18 H L Lewis Boyd countyTo regulate the time of hold ing circuit courts in the Twentieth Judicial district- H B No 19 J H Evans Lee countyProviding for exchange of certificates of registration with other states allowing registered pharmacists of foreign states to practice under the rules of the Kentucky board of nhtlpmnnv Continued next Week Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope after nearly 4 years of suffering from a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost unberable and I could not d any work but Dr Kings New Discovery hRS wade me feel like a new person Its the best medi clue made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever lagrippe asthma croup bron chitis and hemorrhages hoarsuess and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it sOc und 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Severs DrugCo A Merry Golf Widow Time Saturday 225 P M Mrs T Mashie appears every detail of his costume suggesting a longing for the links His cap is in his hand and his clubs within snatching distance For the fraction of an instant he leans nonchalantly against the doorway cWellmy dear he asks how shall we spend our halfholiday Shall we motor or drive or walk Because rapidly as Mrs T Mashie is about to speak if you really dont care about any of these things I have an engagement to play golf at half past two and by jove I must be off at once April Smart Sot Accidents will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Jlectic Oil for such emergencies It subdues the pain and heals the hurts The Word Woebegone The word woebegone is an interesting survival of the far past Be gone here represents tho past partIci- ple of tho AngloSaxon verb began to go around about a word which has otherwise entirely disappeared from our vocabulary but which has Its anal ogies In such verbs as beset and be- gird in which the prefix bo repre sents the modern proportion by A voebcgon countenance Is thus that of a man compassed about with woe though perhaps it is most generally used In a somewhat slighting manner to imply that the appearance of grief is greater than the circumstances war rant Thus it has partially undergone the same process of degeneration which has made maudlin tears original tears of penitence from Mary Irigdalcno bear a contemptuous meaningLondon Standard Cbl6dr ra CryF- ORFLETCHERS C A ST O R I A ONLY ONE The Record In Cloverport Is a Unique One If the reader hat a bad back or any kidney ill and la looking for relief and cure better depend an the only remedy endorsed by people you know Deans Kidney Pills relieve quickly cure permanently Cloverport citizens testify to this Here Is a case of it A Fallon Railroad St Cloverport Ky says I can say thatDoans Kid fey Pills live up to the claims made for them My kidneys and bladder were disordered for twelve years My back ached severely and when I stoop ed or lifted sharp twinges darted through my loins causing me to suite intensely When I first arose in the morning I was lame and sore and the slightest work exhausted me I was also languid and at times felt very nervous Headaches and dizzy spells were added to my Affliction and too frequent passages of the kidney secre tions caused me great annoyance par ticulary at night I was often forced to rise from three to six times I used one box of Doans Kidney Pills procur ed at Fishers Drug Store and received almost entire relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remeo ber the name Doans anc take no other No Game Like Baseball From Walter Camps The American Nation al Game in the April Century There is no game that can steadily attract so many spectators during the entire course of its season as baseball There is no sport that gives an oppor tunity for so many of our younger boys to enjoy exciting skilful and developing exercise In fact to put it concisely there is no game so well adapted- to the American boy and man WAITING FOR A WIFE One Man Who Thought Twenty Years Was Just a Starter Theres romance for you said little Biuks putting aside his morning paper This paper has a story of a college professor who met a beautiful girl twenty years ago fell in love with her at first sight and then lost sight of her altogether Now after waiting for twenty years ho is rewarded by leading her to the ultnr as his bride Just think of it waiting twenty years for a wifeWhat of it asked the genial philosopher Theres nothing extraor Unary about that Ive waited thirty five years for mine You Waited thlrtyflvo years Why I thought youd been married that long said little Bluks I have said tho genial philosopher Thats how I know how long Ive waited Ive waited for her to get her gloves on about three years Ive waited for her to change her hat about four years Ive waited while she said Just one last word to the cook for at least five years Ive waited upstairs Ive waited downstairs Ive waited at church Ive waited at the theater and I have waited in cabs omnibuses tax- ies motorcars nnd the Lord knows what else besides Fact Is Blnksy Ive waited so long so often and so regularly that between you and me that little college professor of yours with only one walt of twenty years strIkes me as a miserable little piker Harpers Weekly 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 ratify Jno R Wimp Imngton by phone one day aheadD HERON Chairman Breckenridge County TOTICE When sending a news item to this of fief please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone Its your locals and items of interest Editor A Picture of andMother How it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday L N NOO NNNNiNNNi- II i I GLOBE FERTILIZER i FOR SALE Globe Fertilizer for tobacco Your or ders solicited Jake Kendall Webster Ky NNOIiN NNNi N ON Notice IThat resolutions of respect aroI published at 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter Send Us Your Name moneyVVmaking proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for particulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING COQ C30 Broadway NEW YORK tfVY The Peace of Galilee From Robert Glckcns From Damascus to Nazareth Inthe April Century Next day we rode down to the sea of Galilee Nothing else in Palestine touced me so much nothing else seemed to me so intimately to retain the fragrance of the most beautiful spirit our world has known as Galilee and its shoresAs rode slowly down to it over the hills covered with wild flowers and plants and grasses that lifted themsel selves almost to the knees of the horses I felt at last This is indeed the Holy Laudthe land dreamed of by the Russian Pilgrim in the icy North and the little Breton boy on the aim scorch ed African upland the land towar which hearts turn from the uttermost parts of the earth the unique land of promise and of fulfillment The ges ture of the Breton boy came back to m mind as he said I shall see the hol land Surely in a mystic dream he had looked on Galilee On those gate waters far below m 2 us still at a glt green hegded about by thickets of wild oleander and by myriads of unkliowi flowers the miraculous feet had walked It was as if the touch of those feejha given unto them peace foreverthe marvelous peace at which I iiowwasgaz lugIA healthy man is a ktnJof hiss1w right arfunhealthy man is an unhtpp slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds u sound health keeps you w- ellSutbe t l A I IMiI1111fIIIIMI1W1MALI Y iilfMl lodl0 NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE= But They DO Much They help to rent nnd sellreal estate rent rooms secure positions find good help in fact they sell what is not wanted and find what is wanted If you have a Small Business and Want More Businesst Try a Breckenridgo News Want AdV The fact that thoyaro helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you v Write Call or Telephone If not convenient to leave your ads at The News pflico telephone them to 46 We will toll yqur W4tho cost nnl ygttcanjiail stamp QI calJwhongpuyQntont I I r 11 f r 0 t tirfj yt pr 1 anban anbo l1n l1o nam the truen NCI 1Mr tuep1 p1Bt spefn tucI fits Wr ed to qutMr per ef scbYa fins therIc ere ing apeanm anmiMc iNevel vmat Ha lan belNe wrwb cliff dal peg tin Co ref Jill bat be y Isme ref privrh wJJp1l plibe beMr MrBil MrAli J Le tJu or fic onbe tiff Ce of hida daM ll- on tMTa Taan anha anpa Itwe a atitn tnt eW ea Pnme mee 1i1i 1ia 1if 4l 1 it 1r Kentucky Women Succeeding in t1Newspaper Work I s0 W1W1 ODD W1Wi1 By A Louise Babbage I Arthur Brisbane the highest sal arled noYspai er man In America who poke before tho Chicagos Womans dub in that city recently sald journal tarn is the greatest thing in tho world Not even love did ho hold as exception Simply because Journal Nd 11 I loveItrue in tho careers of Kentucky worn en who are succeeding in newspaper i work today i Especially In the experiences of Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh Ayers a Kentuckian now engaged In newspaper wprk at the national capital She uses more love than words as a correspondent for the seven largest papers In seven other states besides Ken i theflartWashington nine years and Is connect ed with peveral New York publics = trans She is the author of The Con quest a novel of Washington life Mrs Ayers was reared in the newspa per homo of Lexington and she has been writing ever since she was a re school girl She is the widow of a toYale honor man Her parents are Capt t tooVirginiatoof Pennyrlle Lis In Breckenridge county Miss Eva McGIothlan and Miss Mayme DeHaven taro bright young women who are making more than pin money by corre = spending for Tile Breckenridge Newt and The Fourth Dlstrct leader Miss leiJMcGIothlan Is correspondent for tflio News from Irvlngton and Miss DeHa von is representative for The Lender at Cloverport They are paid well fo- rythelrI correspondence Miss McGloth nan had never written for a newspaper before she took up the work for Th- eUtNews and tJho way she learned to Lrwrite Items may be helpful tOo the girl who wants to learn reporting She clipped reports about fires deaths and dally occurrences from different pat pens and by these she learned to write O the news happenings of Irvington Y Connected with The News Is a most remarkable young girl Mlss Esther = Jackson who has been In Mr Bab bases office nearly six years and sho began work when she was fifteen years of age When the local editori- s to Is off duty she can write the news matter with perfect ease although her x of regular duties are confined to tho tineprinting department mejj Writers of Central Kentucky agAt Lexington are five young women ourwbo have attained Journalistic accom haveitsbeen remunerative They are Miss Mary B Bryan Miss Katherine Hull the Btlllngsley Mrs Mary Bradley Halley and JMrs Desha Breokenridge and Miss tseI Alice Loyd ses Miss Bryan is society editor for The oly Lexington Leader She has been with theBthat paper thirteen years and ems nev an or missed but two months from the of rch flee In that tIme Miss Bryan Is an onthuslastc club woman of Kentuckyar belonging to the Lexington Chapt6r ofoat ofthe D A R the Womans Club of Central Kentucky and tho Filson Club esof Louisville m Mss Bllllngsley 1Is society editor of L01o Lexington Herald She Is the ha daughter of tho woll known lawyer ale George E BIllingBley who married us Miss Nannlo Davidson daughter of ill one of the most successful bankers in 3Wtho South edM Ralley has been with Mrs J Tandfy Hughes In a magazine agency ha haandfwrltea syndicated articles SIlR has written many charming articles daz and her travels abroad have added a particular Interest to her writings Mrs Desha BreckenrIdge whose fcusbandls editor of The Lexington pp llorald1 Is a most diligent newspaper n woman nlUlOug1l1 In the last year she has devoted most of her time to feder Lion work of forming school Improve ment leagues She Is chairman of the Legislative OoAnlttee of Kentucky o Womens Clubs and has done some aluable work with The Heralds printers Ink Mrs Breckenrjdgo is a granddaughter of Henry Clay and In herits obis oratorical powers Before her marriage she was Miss Madeline McDowell ttfave Newspaper Relations Miss Katherine Euphalla Murrell is i talented young woman and repre writs The Louisville Times at Colum bia Miss Murrell is the niece of J Ijjj Murrell who Is In partnership with Di s Harris in publishing and editing j the Adalr County News Her father tie late C H Murrell was traveling representative for that paper ten foam J I Ambitious young newspaper girls In Saw Haven are Miss Catnlllia Happier Ud Miss Felicia Hagan correspond wits fos the Louisville dallies Mls8jj agan Is the nlence of John A Barry toor Tho New Haven Echo s Stella Moore of Earllngton It 8 for The Earllng Boo a splendid per published by her bro rPa111JJ oore ono of the befit known mem vs of the Kentucky Pieasi ABSpcla d i t r For fifteen years Mrs Harry McCar ty of Nichol svllle who Is associated with her husband publisher of the Jes samlne Journal has been bookkeeper for McCarly Company Three years ago she began to write for the person al column of the Journal and from that the has advanced to the editorial departmentThree Competent Girls Miss Betty L Hubbard of Hodgens vllle and Miss GoldJle Perry of Win chester are making good on two of the leading papers in the state Be sides writing well they can operate a linotype machine Miss Perry works when she chooses and Is boss of the Sun Senttnel She has attended many meetings of tho National Editorial Association with her father R R Perry Her paper on how to start a dally made a hit in both the state and na tional press meetings of last year Miss Hubbard Is In the office of The LaRUe County Herald and Is one of the loveliest girls known to the Ken tucky editors She Is beautiful as well as talented Miss Lena Rollins who has the dls tlnctilon of being the only mountain girl In the Konturky Press Ass rla tlon and a delightful one is secretary of The Sun Publishing Company Miss Rollins is wise on the circulation end of the newspaper business One s stern she says that The Pinevllle Sun has Increased its circulation with a handsome number is by writing personal letters to traveling men and former Belle county people asking them for subscriptions to The Sun The scheme is excellent Is getting new subscribersSuccessful Journalists In Western Kentucky Mrs Virginia Duncan has aohleved a brilliant suc cess in journalism on the editorial staff of The Owensboro Messenger And for the last five years she has also been dramatic and music crit ic for The Enquirer To hear Mrs Duncan talk of journalsm Is Indeed In spiring for she Is desperately In love with her work She says the news paper woman Is a part of one of tho most powerful forces of the world The Fourth Estate One of the best correspondents In Mercer county is Mrs J H Wester field She Is local editor at Perryvillo for the Kentucky Republican published at Harrodsburg Mrs Wester fields letters ore always bright and entertainingin lives one of the most AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydjaEPinkhamsVegeta bie Compound Cured Her Knoxville owaU I suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work I wrote to Mrs Pink ham and took Lydia Vegetable and Liver Pills and am glad to say that your medicines and kind letters of di rections have done more for me than anything else and I physicians do my work and rest I well at night I believe there is nothing like the Pinkham remedies birs CLAKA FRANKS RFD No 8 Knoxville Iowa The success of Lydia E Pinlthams Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs unparalleled It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements inflame nation ulceration fibroid tumors ir regularities periodic pains backache earingdown fooling flatulency Indi restlon dizziness or nervous prostration For thirty E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound has been tin standard remedy for female ills and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others and why should it not cure you Ifyou want special advice write Mrsl Jnkham LynnMnssfprlti It is frctf Ddalw ys helpfulu 11 t r distinguished writers of tits middle I west Mrs Hattie Beall Grlnnoll who all her life has written for counry weeklies and various publications She has dropped most of her newspaper correspondence but still writes In structlv and wholesome articles for The Meade County Messenger and The Leltchfleld Gazette her home pa per Mrs Mamie Plummer Braughton so ciety editor of The Franklin Favorite has won laurels In journalism by her tact and winsome manner She gathers her material by attending entertainments receptions and club meet ings and she Is extremely popular In the club circles of Franklin Mrs Braughton has learned that a reporter can not get much news matter by ask ing persons the question have you any news News Is somotiiing OPO has to pick up quietly so quietly that one must tlptoo many times to get an itemWhat will be a surprise to a number of southern newspaper people Is thnt Miss Ora Logh a former newspaper woman of Paducah has recently mar rind After leaving Kentucky she was city editor on a leading dally In Salt Lake City and little did one dream that this gifted Journalist would take time to entertain Cupid On Louisville Papers A most interesting woman connect ed with the Kentucky dailies Is Miss Ada Cain who Is private secretary to Robert W Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times In speaking of her work the other day Miss Cain said Really the busiest of bees could not equal me And she Is as lovely as she is busy Among the society reporters In Lou Isvllle are Miss Betty Taylor of the CourierJournal Miss Kathleen Jon nlngs of the Louisville Times and Miss Elsie Womack of the Louisville Herald Mrs Eugenia Johnson Keel er is attracting much favorable com ment from the Kentucky nnwnnper fraternity by her Illustrated heads for the society page of the Sunday Cour ierJournalMrs Is a young newwpaper artist of Loulnvlllo The CourierJournals special correspondent at Frankfort is Mrs Ella Hutchison Ellwanger who has not only made a namo for herself in Journalism but is now being recognized as magazine writer of some note Nine years she has been connected with the Kentucky State Journal but two months ago sho severed her con nection wlth that paper to devote all her time to writing articles for New York publications It is said that Mrs EJlwanger Is truly responsible for the handsome Louisvillei and Nashville depot at Frankfort for through her editorials in the Frankfort Journal she aroused a public sentiment ana demand for this building E C Wal ton who recently retired from the ed Itorlal department of that papor al lowed Mrs Ellwanger full scope in writing up the mayor and the city dads of Kentuckys capital and by this she did much for tho civic betterment of Frankfort Once Mrs Ell wanger got drunk That is she be came intoxicated with success when her first article of any length was published She said she was completely overcome with Joy and surprise when she saw her article on tho first page of the illustrated section of a leading newspaper That was in 1001 About that time she originated the first soI clety page In Frankfort newspaper dom Mrs Ellwanger has written three magazine stories for children and has had many skits in Llppln cotts liar Sunday letter to the Cour ierJournal is one of the most enjoyable features of that paper and it has been complimented by writers all overII the United States This month she and W E Bridwell an exnewspaper man published a bookan edition de luxe of the General AssCmbly and the state capitol Her admirIng readers will be glad to learn that in Mayor June her article Evolution of Punishment as Applied to State Prisons will appear in Hamptons j magazine Mrs Ellwangers success is greatly duo to persistence in oxer 1 cising the Golden Rule in her dally social and business affairs t Copies of The Lady of the Quill have Just come from a Louisville pub lishing company and all southern andI eastern friends of Mrs Jennie 0 Mor ton will welcome this little book of 1 sketches of her life This biography- of Mrs Morton Is written In a loving and picturesque manner by Mrs EllC wanger who is receiving many flat tering notices by the press and tho r public on her lifestory of this famous r p 0 W 300 L DOUGLAS 350J SHOESBest UNION MADEBoys I Slices 200 and 250Fast Color Eyelets UI W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time you need a pair give W L Douglas shoes a trial You can save money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would then understandwhy they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes CATJT1ON W L Douglas name and price Is stamped on the bottom to protect the wearer against high prices and Inferior shoes Takn No Submit tute If W L UongUi shoes are not for sale In your IcinltfwriteforMallOrdefCatalogWLDouglasiirocktonIassYOR J C Nolte Bro woman May Have Their Day A Newspaper Womans Day has been suggested for the program of the midsummer meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association in June which in all probability will be held at the Mammoth Cave Dan Bowmar editor of the Woodford Sun and secretary of the association favors the Idea and no doubt this will be one of the most attractive occasions of the fortyfirst annual gathering of the Kentucky ed hors The Kentucky newspaper women as a whole are the happiest and most cultured sorority In any state In the Union May their Ink bottles be full and running over with glory and hon or forever 1 he Demon Of The Air in the germ ofLngrippe Unit breathed in biingt suffeiing to thousands Its after elf els are weakness ncivi usuess lack of appetite energy Hud ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood puriflnr and regulator of of Stomach Liver and Kid neys Thousands have ptovtd that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health nnd good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try then Only sOc Per feet satisfaction guaranteed by Severs Drug Co From the Rev Bates Mr BabbageYour excellent paper Is read with care every week in our home The last two numbers have made deeper impressions than usual It seems startling that you should hove another tire doing so much dam age It is refreshing to see how the citizens of the old town rise up and lend a hand to those who have suf fered loss Some of the buildings that burned were land marks In my child huod when 1 walked in with my brothers and sister along what is now the pike to attend school in the old Boyd block where the Bank of Clover port is now I wish through vour columns to ex tend my congratulations to the con gregation of Lucile Memorial church on the happy culmination of their ef forts We Presbyterians are famous advocates of the doctrine of the Per severance of the Saints They have surely held on with marvelous determination As a boy I looped up to Col D R Murray as embodying ev erything that was honorable and courteous in a gentleman To him and his estimable wife the church owed Its life In the early days of its existence I thank you for the kind mention of me and my work in Marion You are right in saying that I still claim Cloverport as my home I trust the Easter time may bring much glad ness to the hearts and homes of the town Sincerely yoursS BATES The Presbytery of Marion Marion O Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation loans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 26c As your dougglst for them Good To Be A Farmer Squire Chits H Drury has about com leted his flue new barn on his stock farm near Bewley vllle Squire Dr ry is making quiet a fine success in the stock mslnesa His horses and jacks and his borough bred Duroc Jersey hogs are the finest in the country while his stock if poultry cant be beat Things look good Bud prosperous around his place and to see them makes a fellow feel1ikeI te would like to be a farmer Suffered day and night the toimeut f itching piles Nothing helped me uutU I used Doan0 Oltment It cured ae permanently Hou John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala rVA q ij M TOH- Zit HY IIFor Groceries Farming Implements J Wagons Buggies J Hay Corn Etc t r MI WEEKLY Courier= JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Tho regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLYCOUE1ER JOURNAL and tho Breckenridge News Both One Year forII 1501 you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal Daily Courier Journalr 600 Sunday CourierJournal eAC 200 We can give you a combination cut rato on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 4 3= S539 RURAL TELEPHONES m F i l Ik Mr Farmer are you interested If so call on tho It manager ofI the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph X- JfJf Company and have him explain tho special Far x 1l rateI rI 8 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY t Incorporated o r J u f75ONEPURCHASING OF OUR 1= FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 Tho regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I 4ai 1PRINCIPAL eBUSINESS COLLEGErroormr tan Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLl3 KY- a rh Want Anything Try a News Want Adr 1 II 1 tiidn 77 uT 1 t I t 3 r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO L Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line money in advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- Wltoii ordering u change in the address subscribers should give their old as well us their now nddr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APR 6 1910 Louis Landrum was offered the editorship of The Danville lIes senger and the word that ho has accepted it speaks for the certain success of the new paper which has just been launched at Danville by The Messenger Printing Company with Hubert McGoodwin as president Mr Landrums editorials in The Richmond Climax during the last two years have attracted the attention of the press and public What ho is to do with a new pen a now desk and now neighbors will be watched with all eagerness Danville should be very proud toI have Louis Landrum at the head of a Democratic newspaper and Mrs Landrum in the social circles of their town We are glad to learn from the announcement made by Judge Moorman in this issue that he has decided to establish his law office permanently in Breckenridgo his home county Emerson says If a man can be a better lawyer than any one else make a better mouse trap than his neighbor the world will make a beaten path to him even though his don is in the woods The opportunity for the young lawyer to make good is as great in the small town as in the large city and Judge Moormans friends are pleased that he will stay in llardinsburg instead of going to Louisville Everything comes to the man who works and waits this is true of Roscoe Severs a former Brcckenridge boy who has icon promo ted by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company to the position of division engineer Mr Severs has stuck to his bush and has been working for this office twelve years Mr and Mrs Severs who have been living in Huntington W Va will now go immediately to Hin ton where his headquarters will be James Tague took enough interest in Cloverport the other day to order a fire engine for the city council to examine and it is now ready for inspection at the gas office in this city Mr Taguo will of course if he should sell the machine make a small commission and then let the town have it at the factory price Wo sincerely trust that the councilmen will see wise to buy this so we can have sonic protection from fire President Taft will Saturday Washington in defense of his administration It is a fact that Mr Taft has not been popular in the councils of his party and they fear that the next House of Representatives will be a Democratic body Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin has receivedcrop reports from every county in the State He says the prospects are for the largest acreage of tobacco ever planted in the State We extend our heartiest congratulations to the Hon G W Heard and Mrs Heard who celebrated their diamond anniversary of their wedding in llardinsburg last Thursday The good old State offKontukky is now over a million dollars in debt with the Republicans still in the saddle nt Frankfort What next Absence makes the heart grow fonder with us when it comes to spring puets lighty Eight Years Old B W Noel celebrated the eighty eighth anniversary of his birthday last Thursday March 31 Mr Noel Is a re markably active man for his age He has health good eyesight and hearing He has lived In and around Cloverport over fifty years and has many friends here II was born in Cloverport Mrs Noel is not so old as Mr Noel but she is as nice a woman as he is an old man Handsome Repairs The first floor of the home of Mr and Mrs Frank braize oij the east side is being madeover with new pRinting and papering Louisville Harket Report Louisville April 5 1010Special Wheat No 2 Red and Lonybcrry 115 SI11- 8CornNo 2 white 6- 5OatsNo2 mixed 4y Eggs Market quite case count 19 candled lO4- PoultryHens 1C and lOco per Ib roosters 8c young chickens 16 25c ducks Me turkeys 18c geese S- cHogslops 1100 pigs 880 1015 roughs 1020 down Sheep and Lambs Best lambs 750 880 seconds 64 jl4c fat sheep 65O 750 r L r Judge Moorman Permanently Located in Home CountyIIa- rdinsburg Ky April 5 1910 10 MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS t I have seen several notices in the Louisville papers and practicelawthis shortly after the expiration of my term as County Judge and I was undecided as to whether I would remain hero or go with a firm in that city However I have determined to prac highlyhonoredability in official capacity I have furnished offices in tho Masonic building and will gladly welcome my friends and clients in my new quarters I havo often been asked as to my future I take this means of temporarilyFlocated in Hardinsburg or am undecided as to my near future H OeH MOORMAN Hardinsburg Kentucky AftRe New Spring SuitsElysbrava Coats Dresses Skirts and Waists Ready For Your ChoosingEstores Taste gists 0 1y lli TAILORED SUITS AT TAILORED SUITS AT 1495 IV 1975FThese suits are made to a wide range of more expen Made of fine all wool Surges vigoronx and diagonal fabrics Ilined with silk or satin Neatly tailored in in black resoda and champagneslve t Lithe Iweaves navy grey most pprovedstyles with the most careful The Coats are Ilined with richI soft satin in silver1 grey ortoevery detail attentionff eWe Tlrt 0 colors to match The skirts are made in the approvedSpecially featured at 1 spring styles Those suits are correctly tailored and haveE1975the appearance of a much more expensive suit Da Ind f Mt Cloth and Silk Spring Coats l M Hem Black broadcloth tan covert grey and fancy mixture Satin lined broadcloth and covert Coats in the me Mi dium lengths also black taffeta Coats in fitted and full hasCoats in a variety of styles priced back styles pricedat R O 1 750rGVer Cream Serge Coats lined with peau de cygne broad I 101250 and 1495 handsome Silk Braid boats in E1rr u clothcoats lined with taffeta silks and full length silk black and the stylish champagne shades extremely stylish M coats braid trimmed front priced atthe975 I S795iiw has son THE NEW SEPARATE DRESS SKIRTr bur ok No Womans Wardrobe is complete without a nice stylish separate skirt 1 Ma f 11 All Wool Panama Skirts specially ielPanamaOhiflon 1 designed for small woman lengths I ywiry voile and neatly trimmed withI in blackI andnavystyles pricedsatin spa range from 30 to 37 inches in the now- spring bands and silk ornaments in half spring styles priceatthe low priceadozen different styles forJar450 598 1000doebm z- Cit Mail Orders I BACON 8 Sf314Our Motto SUJ La lessDopromptly Filled j for Le INCORPORATED auJ J At In 3 w Insurance Written Either Fire or Life I take acknowledgements to all kinds of papers deeds mortgages etc All kinds of aflidavits prepar ed in legal form Contracts Deeds Mortgages Land Leases Notes Bonds Surety Bonds prepared Official Papers prepared in Bankruptcy proceedings The Collection of Notes and accounts promptly at tended to Corporation Articles Part nership Agreements ac curately prepared Wo do business anywhere and in all the courts and our o ice is equipped with legal documents of all descriptions vs G Babbage I Atty Cloverport Ky HITES RUN The Ladles Missionary Society met with Mrs Alice Walker Saturday afternoonMr Thos Basham and children Mr and Mrs Chas Chapin Misses Ada Waggoner and Maggie Smith were s L i u QIJIII IL 0JlllI Lt0iIE0oJIIJI C di Do A Dollar Savedis a DollarS pr Are Your Dollars Earning For You c- lBANK You can lindno safer noi bettor investment than a certificate of deposit in the a OF CLOVERPORTf with the1 interest compoundedsemiannually and no bettor way of paying your billsathan by check whoieby you always have a record of paymentrOPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US cr Q IYe have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always eater to their wantSc lJ I when consistent with sound banking principlesZQIJilQ0 IIIc 01E0Q0O b d I EVERY FARMER=v As well as every business man should have a hank account WHY if i BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else 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 better standing with business men lk Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to saver i bookkeepingYour business To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank vo extend our service The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co UardinsburgKyjj the guests of Mr and Mrs Ell Chapin SundayMisses Occ and Resale Wulker spent a few days last week with Mr and Mrs John Elder of near Stephensport Misses Myrtle Withers Ollle and Dora yaggoncr Messrs Forest B aviri apd Wavy Elder spent a pltas r ant day Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Chas Smart Mrs Robert Thurman Is very low at this vy riling Judge Waggoner and daughter Miss Alicej spent Satufcfay and Sunday at home J JCL Miss Lula Ttturman is yiri friends and relatives in QwensborV If the best is not too good fjSf11 Lewlsport Best flour is the Aejrt ought to use Mrs Amanda Smith and daujr Miss Berthast of HawjUWfewriri latte JiheiChapirr JHik ay 4 1- J2 A 4NRemedy Elys Cream Balm RMBALM- p tfelckly absorbedSIT FOR C0 0 ttves Relief at Oncehfqp- Ifclean es soothesYHyf R keala and protects fr the diseased mom tP bmno resulting fromta t taCatarrh 0 away a Cold in tho Head quicklyRelie flfl CJTlfCRstores tile Senses VofUli Toato and Smell Full size 50 eta atDnig or by mail In liquid form 7C cents Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street Now York lheBreckenridge News WEDNESDAY APR 6 1910 PERSONAL I AND LOCALI n ILilbon Smith is In Arkansas t Brof Tanner is in Winchester this ic fck- IV 4 Edward Morrison was in Hawesville last weekI David Phelps has been in Rockport f Ind several days C Mrs Lucy Younger has been visiting Mrs Abe Skillman r Rev Mr and Mrs Dillon were in I k Louisville last week f Mrs Robert Jones spent Sunday in Henderson with relatives I RougbIRobert E Moormon of Glendeane was the guest of friends Sunday- If you want your clothes cleaned and pressed well Ben Davis can do it Graham Jolly and daughter Miss Vera were in Irvington Sunday r Mr and Mrs Wm Hoffious and son Elmer went to Owensboro Sunday Miss Cooper of Hawesville has been the guest of MM Forrest Lightfoot Mrs Tony Nicholas and Mrs H L Stader spent Wednesday in Hawesville Mrs J D Gregory is in Lexington visiting her daughter Mrs E C Brice Lloyd S Carter of Seymour Ind has been the guest of Edward Morri sonMrs Eugene Haynes of Durant Okla is visiting at Sample and Lodi R burg I Misses Carrie Tucker and Esther r Mae Jackson spent Thursday in CanIf I 5elton Mrs Sallie Moorman of Louisville f spent Sunday with hersister Mrs John j r Jarboe Mrs R G Sharp has gone to Owens boro for special treatment from the doctorMr and Mrs T J Herman of Tell City visited Mr and Mrs Chas Hook Sundayai Miss Ree Willis has returned from Louisville where she visited Mrs Jas B Randall If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Annie Murray have returned from Indianapolis prettylC7 Den Sunday Mrs Harvey Stone is visiting her C parents Mr and Mrs Courtney Bab bage in Louisville The Rev B M Currie is holding a series of meetings at the Methodist church of Columbia- W T Claycomb and Miss Luella Claycomb of Owensboro attended theC funeral of Mr Williams Have phone in Office and Residence A d horse at command and can go on any train Dr Rafferty Lafe Taul has returned from Cali fornia vert much pleased with that country and hopes to move there Mr and Mrs Douglas Williams of Tell City attended the funeral of his brother Mr Rousseau Williams Mon day f Prof nnd Mrs Tanner entertained the Senior Class of C H S most delightfully at their home Thursday even ingBen Davis the cleaner and presser is located in the rear of Dr Lightfoots building where he can be found at all timesMiss Jennie Warfield has returned to her home in Louisville after a delightful stay with her sister Mrs Frank FraizePaul Whallen of Mooleyville came down Monday to take the position as engineer for the Seaton Ss Weather holt saw mill Ernest Henderson of Basin Springs is feeding 85 head of hogs Golly wont he have a big bunch of money when he sells them Mrs J W Jones and daughter Miss Georgie Jones of Fairfield wereguests of Mr and Mrs Robert Jones at the Burns House last week Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston of Hardinsburgand Mr andMrs Richard Whitehouse of West Point spent Sun day with Mrs Francis Sawyer Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison have moved into the property vacated by Mr Fort Mr and Mrs Clyde Morri son occupy the house vacated by his brother RolHe and Judstin Fallen of Seeley ville and Joe Fallon of Fordsville attended the funeral of their father Sun day and are spending a few days with i their mother The Big Shoe Sale will begin at Julian H Browns April 15 and run 60 days The largest line of good shoes ever offered at cost No rubbish to close out all new and uptodate stock HARDINSBURG Miss Lillie Hoffman of Henderson is the guest of Mrs Heston Driskell Misses Bessie Foote and Kathleen Walker of Bewleyville were guests of Mrs W A Walker two days last week Godfrey Ball has moved into the pro perty between Coleman Haswell and Exjailer Shellman on Louisville street His sister Mrs Tinlus on account of having to surrender the Lewis property has taken apartments with him Prof Wm Martin went to Owens boro where he spent Saturday and Sun dayChas Beard says that the prospect is fine for the planting of a big tomato crop in the neighborhood of his Kings wood cannery More than one hundred acres are are already under contract On Friday evening April 15 the Normal will give an open debate at the court house The subject is Resolved that the immegration of the Yellow I Race to the United States should be forbidden The affirmative will be represented by Moorman Ditto Coleman j Payne and Miss Mabel Bandy the j negative by Herbert Hall Thos Allen I and Miss Alta St Clair Herbert Beard and Frank Mercer have been busy making out the Sheriffs bookWanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool J and cotton Irvington Produce Co Mrs Wade Pile of Mook was the guest other parens Mr and Mrs Milt Miller Saturday and Sunday Kline Robertson of Webster and Wm Baker of near town are the latest Normal matriculates Fiscal court met yesterday J Miss Margaret Hayes and Miss Warner of Kingswood addressed the Normans Missionary Society of the M E church South Friday afternoon c Mrs Blanche Read is visiting in Lou sville Mrs Judith Dejarnette is visiting Rev and Mrs E B English of Owens boro Shelton Bishop has gone to Lpuis ville where he expects to remain J hrough the spring and summer 1 Fire from a passing locomotive recently destroyed considerable fencing 1 or John Monarch and Wm Downs Presiding Elder Lyon of Elizabeth town will fill Dr Mathers pulpit Sun day it being the third quarterly meet ing period for the conference year Dr Mather will at the same time preach at Webster morning and even ing Judge John R Ilaswell returned Fri day from Elizubethtown where he was much complimented upon his ability as special Judge of the Hardin County Circuit Court Fred C Sademvater and Miss Lizzie Aldridge daughter of Chris Aldridge of Mutton Ill were married MarCh 21 at Mattoon The bride is well known here she having been reared near Hurdinsburg Mr Sadenwater was here for some time last year in charge of M J Thomas barber shop They are here now Mr Sadenwater again being in charge of the shop He thinks of locating here Mr and Mrs Green W Beard receiv ed many congratulations Thursday it being the 60th anniversary of their i marriageIf best is not too good for you LoTiisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Notice The Burley Societys warehouse at Irvington will be ready for tobacco by Thursday of this week Parties desir ing to deliver notify J R Wimp Irv ington Ky Manager and Secy of the warehouse so he can regulate the re ceiving and avoid delay D C Heron Chairman Breckenridge County Board of Contral Gone to Ills Reward Hites Run April 2Speclal Cephus E Chapin died after a two weeks illness of grippe at 130 oclock at his home at Hites Run He was born October 41 11830 and died March 3 at the age of 80 years He is sur vived by two sons and four daughters Mrs Alice Walker D E Chapin Viola Chapin Chas E Chapin Mrs Ora A Gorby of Spokane Wash and Mrs Lula E Hawkins The funeral took place at his home Saturday after noon at 2 oclock the Rev J J Wil iett pastor of the Hites Run church conducting the services Interment was in the Hawkins cemete- ryWEBSTER A pretty little boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Mays on the 30th Thos McGavock purchased a fine Blue Grass mare at Irvington Con sideration 200 J C Crutcher was in Louisville on business Wednesday Miss Mollie Adkisson entertained quite a number of her friends to dinner WednesdayAll in this section have finished plowing and are now takingII a rest till planting time which shows that they are all industrious and awake Dr Adkisson was in Stephensport doing some dental work last week Miss Dee Basham spent Saturday and Sunday the guest ot Miss Murel Basham at Lodiburg Miss Myrtle Lyddan was the guest of her sister Mrs Hall Drane Saturday and Sunday j Miss Lee McGavock entertained to dinner Snnday Mr and Mrs James Bandy Mr and Mrs Lee Miller Mr and Mrs Hugh McGavock and Miss Stella Wright ClaYIQmb Mrs Annie Kurtz had to dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Mike Lyddan Mrs Geo Claycomb Messrs Forest Clay comb Jesse Henderson Payton Clay comb and Herbert Haddock Mrs Fred Bright of Irvington spent Monday the guest of Mrs Annie KurtzIf the best is not too good for you j Lewisport Best flour is the flour you I ought to use I + tt + y I Wmk tFor Sale Safely Oil FOB SALEMuKlC Surety Coal Oil Flour Meal at Mcrci rs Wutur Mill WantedTeams Tr I4mlestuamsSixKy For SaleII Fire and Burglar Proof Safe SALE1 Flro and Burglar Trout Pare ISxiH Inches Insldo measurement Vault priceQIWFor SaleTwo Houses and Lots HAfB Two houses fund lots In real bdicepnrtof IrvInRton prices rnHson al lu LOUIs 11 JOLLY Irvln ton Ky For SaleHotel FUn 8ALETho old Bonn t Ifnt l Proper uIIIIfinolrymlo8tophonllport A NEW LI- NEFOUNTAIN PENSA- T PRICES TO SUIT Severs Drug Co dl a1r AAVrP nn Articles Syndicated Tabloid stories of a score of Kentucky women who are making a suc cess of newspaper work by A Louise j Babbagehave been syndicated and will 1 papersInbut in a condensed form of the one byMiss j syndicated are What Kentucky Editors are Doing and Leading Ken tucky Ministers This material is NewspaperUnion If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Henderson Route Notes Annual Session Ancient Order Of Tile Mystic t Shrine New Orleans La Reduced fares from Cloverport to New Orleans and return April SOIOll For further information call on agent One way tecoml and mixed class colonists fares to California and the north west March 1st to April 15 Subscribe today C J Cox of New Bethel this county sells the famous Lewisuort BEST flour E I c 01 JI Q 101 Ilr 101 JI E0- Qg A Most Useful Kitchen JKs 0 01Ie Can beused as a Fruit and Vegetable ParerQ nSlicer Apple Corer Fish Sealer 0- U Cabbage Cutter 1J Should be in Every Kitchen- It makes preparing vegetables ofor cooking or canning the simplest thing in the world The most complete combination kitchen of its E kind over invented Can bo used for twelve I intonI n madoU U bushel of fruit or vegetables it peels n n M IDl J C NOLTE BRO ro QCLOVERPURT KY O- moo j oI DooII r IIDips Your Hogs and Sheep a WITH LIONS ii IMPORTED DIPt And Feed Them Dr Lions Worm Powders Best Money can Buy r rTheWorm Powders 100 250 and 10 ft Heavily Galvanized Tanks 500II Dip 1 gal 130 5 gals or more SONSII W J OWEN Route No 1 Hardinsburg Kentucky f fir q sewr srt p+ s yra reeasrrotael aJ SchmittCarterI- nvitations have been received in this city to the marriage of Miss Emma Pauline Schmitt to Mr Edmund Fran ces Carter The wedding will take place April 20 at Saint Anthonys church Louisville followed by a re ception at the home of the bride W 11 nOW mn President A B SKILTMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT ViccPresidont O T SKIILMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics und paid every legitimate claim to its full nmount on demand Never scaled n check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons F L Lightfoot W II Bowmor duo C Jarboe 0 T Skillman A R Fisher tI0I QOOlcIorII Q01 JII Q0 JIlcIor IQ11L Qo JItO CZ3OEID UV 10JII 01 I lIcIorII ti112 0 Q OSKAR NO 2357 FOR SALE a o I willoffer for sale to the highest and best bidder at Hardinsburg Ky on Saturday April 9 191O othe great breeding stallion Oskar 2357 an imported German Coach Stallion This horse has sired more high pricedcolts than any stallion ever brought to this county He is a sure breeder in good condition and will be a money maker for the purchaser Season 190966 mares On account of the removal from this county of several members of the Glendeane Coach Horse Co this sale is necessitated to windup the business of this association Q ddf1ress 0- gl g W R MOORMAN JR AGENT GLENDEANE KENTUCKY di0 o cIO o ot + czion oo I 101 JI2IcIorM 0Jill 10JllcJorI 10JtlI =3I 0- a u u c 1 fI f 1r 1 7JYr 7 I J I NirItJ t i 1Z7 jr t= rnll NNNiNlI N1 ep 44e+ SN N FII The Lure i 0 N1NN e CHAPTER VI INTO TIlE FOG AGAIN UESENTLl she spoke still play P Ing softly My father was an American my mother Italian But I have lived in Europe nearly all my life there You have more of my history than I intended telling you The music went dreamily t knew It Who but an American woman would have tho courage to do what you are doing tonight Who but ono of mine own countrywomen would trust me so wholly and accept me So frankly for what I aman American gentleman 1 Softly she warned You will dig a pit for your vanity No I am an American gentleman and I am proud of It though this state ment In your ears may have a school boy rlngI A nobility In this country Impos sible Not the kind you find In the Al Tnunach de Gotha I speak of the nor bully of the heart and the mind He was very much In earnest now IIndeed The music tapped and else turned She regarded his earnest ness with favor He continued 1 have traveled much I have found noblemen everywhere in all climes and also I have found beasts Oh I confess that my country Is not wholly free from the beast But the beast here Is a beast shunned discredited outcast On the other side If he be mentioned in the Aluiaimch they give him sashes and decorations And they credit us with being money wad It Is not true But if you are not money mud why these great fortunes dubiously- At u certain age a fortune In this country doubles Itself without any ef fort on the part of time owner Few of us marry for money and when we do we at least have the manhood to keep the letter of our bargain And when you marry T she queried Well It is generally the woman wo love Dowries lire not considered There Is no social law which forbids a dowerless girl to marry n dowerlcss man laughing But over there It Is always and eternally a business con tract simply You know that Yes a business contract listlessly But they talk of nobility on the other side That Is It they talk talki Italy France Germany Why I had rather be the son of an English farm- erI thou a prince on the continent And I had rather be what I am than the greatest nobleman In England Go on go on I like it What do you call It jingo she laughed Call It what you will Look at the men we produce Three or four hunT dred years ago Europe gave us groat poets great artlHts treat soldiers great churchmen and great rascals I admire a grant mscal when he is a Napoleon a Talleyrand a Mnchlavolll Hut a potty one We havo no art no music no antiquity but we have a race of gentlemen The old country Is not breeding them nowadays Signora dinner Is served Jhe maid announced Slgnora thought Illllurrt After you Mr Illllard she said He bowed and passed on before liar but not till he had passed did he un derstand the maneuver To follow her would have been nothing less than the temptation to pluck at the strings other mask Would he have touched it lie could not say That dinner Was he in New York Vas It not Bagdad the bottle and thet genii Had he ever even In his most romantic dreams expected to turn a page so charming so enchanting or saI i dangerous to his peace of mind aJ game of magical hide and seek And she A whim a fantastic un accountable whimthe whim of a wo man seeking forgetfulness not count Ing two cost nor caring simply a whimOn the little table was a Tuscany brass lamp of three wicks fed by olive oil It was sufficient to light the ta ble but the rest of the room was sunk In darkness He half understood that there was a definite purpose In this it sem Illumination She had no wish that ho should by chance recognizes anything familiar in this house May I ask you ono question ho askedNo promptly There was something In his eyes that made her grow I wary of a sudden If Then I shant ask it I shall not ask you If you are married r therk otherShe smiled and he laughed quietly t A running conversation a fencing match with words amj pbrnccs time r Q the i 0T MaskBy HAROLD i MAC GRATHt Copyright 1908 by the Hobbs Merrill Co AAAAAA+ se t0 after time she touched him but with all his skill he could not break through her guard And that interesting dissertation on the American gentleman she said IcilyThats the trouble with posing as a moralist One must live up to the I She deliberately drew a line across the center of the table precepts Would you believe me If I told you that at the age of three and thirty I am still heart whole She parried I trust you will not spoil that excellent record by making love to me She reached for the matches touched off one watched It burn for a moment extinguished it and then deliberately drew a Mile across the center of the tablecloth Now what might that represent IIP asked curiously II A line Mr Illllard Tho moment VHU cross tthat lint that moment you IPJIVP this house On guard Come that is not brave You can retreat till your shoulders touch the unit but 1 must stand this side of the line unable to reach you And you lm U the advantage of the mists be sides You are not a fair fencer The odds should be In my favor 1 ii in a woman My wrist Is not so strong as yours- Physically of course 1 may puss tho line to retch the snit for Instance Will that be against the rules You have put temptation In my path Bid Satan get buhlnd thee 1 wish 1 knew the color of your yes Itohlnd those hubs 11 see nothing but points of lire no color They nr lilac flat supposing 1 wear this maskl because my face Is dreadfully scarred AtIleustof miTcy to me Once she rose mid approached the window slyly raising the mask and breathing deeply of the cold air which rushed In through the crevices When she turned she found that he too had risen He was looking at the steins one of which hq held in his band Moreover he returned and set the stein down beside his plate Tell me why do you do that There was an anxious note In her voiceI havo nn idea But let us proceed with the dinner This salad I am more interested In tho idea She pushed aside the salad and took n sip of the ruby burgundy Had he discovered something May I smoke he asked By all means He lighted a cigarette and put the case near the lino Do you enjoy a cigarette Sometimes she answered But the ideaWill you not have ono He moved the case still nearer to the line She reached out a firm round white armOne moment ho saId Let us un derstand each other thoroughly What do you mean her urm pots ed In midair To touch a cigarette you must cross the line to this side1 Sue withdrew liar arm slowly 1 i 1 f Ise Says I know what is good for young and old people writes Mrs Clara Dykstra a trained nurse of South Bellingham Washland will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles Both my daughter and I received great benefit E51Take keCARDUI The Womans Tonic As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine you can get has the old established reputation that Cardui has Fifty 50 years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all teststhe test of TIME As a tonic for weak women Cardui is the best be cause it is a womans tonic Pure gentle safe reliable Try Cardui I shall not smoke If I crossed the line I should establish a dangerous precedent And I must have that Idea The mirror over the piano confused me I have seen It somewhere before Then there Is that old copy of Botti celli The trauma Is familiar but I could not place It This stein how ever He laughed The laughter was boyish even triumphant Well that stein She this now leaning across the table her fingers tense on the cloth I bought that stein two seasons ago This Is the Sundfords place and you are the veiled lady who has been rill trig Mrs Sand fords favorite hunter In the park They stood up simultaneously In a matter of this sort he was by far the quicker In an Instant he had caught her by the wrist at the same time drawing her Irresistibly round the ta ble toward him I must see your face I shall never be at lpeace If 1 do not Certainly you will never know any peace if you do Bo careful Ilia free hand stole toward the strings of her mask She moved not Ills face was very close to hers now If only she would struggle He re leased her wrist No I havent the courage If I take that mask from your face It will be the end And I do not want this ever to end If you will not let me see your face of your own free will so be It I shall see it some day mark me Fate floes not cross two paths In this man ner without a purpose He stepped back slowly You do not understand the lure of that mask Perhaps I do I am beginning to admire your self control Mr Illllard But I am tired now and 1 must ask 1au to go- Once more will you let me see your face No If as you say fate Intends for us to meet again you will see It But I have my doubts So It is my will to pass out of your life as completely as though I hud never entered Itfrom one fog Into another No I am not a liappy woman I am not happy in my friendships Listen to me and her mo11l111caladventure shall he a souvenir for your old age One night romance stepped Into your life and out of It Think There will always ba the same charm the same mystery the same enchant ment I shall always bo Cinderella or the sleeping beauty or what your fancy wills Do you understand me Nothing she proceeded nothing lasts so long in the recollection as a pleasant mnysteryin other days in other times Well on my side I shall recall this night pleasantly Without knowing it you hove given mo a now foothold in life I did not believe that there lived a single man who could keep to the letter of his bargain Good night And do not lean out of any more windows she added lightly You are right ho said reluctantly something to dream over in my old age And certainly I shall dream o- fta flash of sunlight in the window Then slowly ho reached down td ward her wineglass She understood hIs purpose and essayed to stop him Do not deny mo this little thing lie said She let her hand fall He took the glass held It against the light to see Where her llpn bad touched it carefully he poured out the wino from the opposite side and kissed the rim- I shall keep this glass I must have Fome visible object to make sure that this hasnt been a dream You may kiss my hand Mr Illllard- Ho bent quickly and kissed not the hand but the wrist where the marks of his fingers still remained faintly Ho squared himself and gazed long and steadfastly Into her eyes There was a flutter In her heart that she was unable to define On his part he realized tho sooner he was gone the bottqr where was a limit to his self control Ue gained the street some how There he stopped and turned i Ii Did the curtain move He wasnt sure but he raised his hat settled It firmly on his head und walked rapidly away There was little sleep for him that night and In the morning the first thing he did was to pick up the wineglass It was all true And then his good resolutions melted and vanished He must have one more word with her happen what might So at 10 oclock he railed a cab und drove rapidly to the Snndford place Snow had fallen during the night and tinny of the steps ere still spotless white Impos sible Ile leaned from the cab and rubbed his eyes Absolutely Impossi bid For what did he see Wooden shutters over all the lower windows and the Iron gates closed before tho doors And not n footprint anywhere This was extraordinary Ho jumped from the rah run up the steps and rung the bell rang It ten tines with minute Intervals And no ono an steered Then he heard a call from Q Uc careful I across the street A man stood in one of the areaways Nobody home I he shouted Gone to EgyptBut was some ono here last night Hlllnrd shouted back Dreaming That house has been empty since November I happen to bo the caretaker Hillard went back to his cab dazed No one there last night Come come there was a mistake somewhere He would soon Hnd out whether or not he had dined there the night before- A cable office he cried to the cabby Hurry Once there he telephoned downtown and secured Sandfords cable address Then he filled out a blank which cost him 10 Late that night at the club he received his reply It was terse You are crazy house absolutely empty- SANDFORD To be continued The Call Of The Blood for purification finds voice in pimple boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the sklnttl1 signs ot liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear akin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Tty them 25c at Severs Drug Store- HUNTING THE WALRUS Daring of the Eskimos and Their Work With the Harpoon With the harpoon as a weapon time hunters left the solid Ice to spring lightly iron one small piece to an other until a pan large enough to hold them was reached fur out in the open lake The pieces over which the pas sage was made were often so small that they would have sunk under a mans weight had he faltered or hash tilted upon them for a moment It seemed to me that the Eskimos were absolutely reckless In this passage over the broken pieces and took no account of tho manner In which they should return Certainly only a fear less man with n clear eye timid nerves of iron could accomplish it A large smite pan once attained well in time midst of the blowing walrus a stand was taken near Its edge where with hl1111I pulsed the hunter waIt- ed until a witlruK enme within striking distance Thom like lightning the weapon wild sunk deep Into the ani mals body and quick as a flash a lint poon shaft provided with a heavy point of Iron was driven firmly Into tho Ice and several turns of line taken around it and held taut by tho Eskimo This strong lino held tho walrus In spite of its struggles to free Itself and not an Inch was surrendered to It by the Eskimo As tho walrus gradually tired the lino was tightened little by little until finally the great animal was well alongside the pan when t was quickly dispatched with a lancer Harry Whitney In Ou- tipgCASTORIAI For Infants and Children Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- igaaturo or Preliminary Bout MaudeWheij does your breach of promise suit come up in court Clara Toto tomorrow mmornlng Maudo There dear dont cry Im sorry to see you so overcome Clara Ob Im not overcome Im merely practicing jfor the Jury Chicago Now tUllStops Neuralgia PLEIPainsMuc laic Ove Den such event Ing li tag a yours smhr1 The shooting tearing pains of neuralgiaI are causedbutbt t byexcitement of the nerves Sciatica is also a nerve that painpensiSloans Liniment a soothing externalapplication yok stops neuralgia pains at once quiets the nerves relieved rout that feeling of numbness which is often a warning ofbeinparalysis and by its tonic effect on the nervous andreal muscular tissues gives permanent as well as immedi ot cl ate reliefcharmOne Application Relieved the Pain Acliu Mr J C LEE of ogee Ninth St SK Washington D C writes meus- II I advised a lady who was a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloans Lini down ment After one application the pain left her and she has not been troubledsix it with it since Sloans 4is4 At All Druggists Price 25c BOc and 100 1I1I11 tI1 Sloan Treatise on two Horse sent Free Address = rDR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS J I I Anything to Sell or Trade I fffi1 j If you have and will let us advertise it for you you willsure find a buyer orThet a trader for it right away eft 1 trOt it i1 fordNewsI s1g val TIIEIIit Fifth Avenueit HOTEL g Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr U- know I ofdo I the tel wet The most ccntrully located nndtleonly firstclass hotel In tho cityandmaking a 83 00 rntootOnly one block from tlio prjncl I Idepal- l shopping district two blocks the from the principal theatres tea Street cars pass the door to all ellg nEverythtnKi l b- 1J dcr lioi t l i icb r 7 7fattirfYouI 5J Knowdi1 gll inn aie 1Ve ISM L Rat I r lOi- Y 1 4 WJ J Ipf fLWhat good results you eSi can get until you try a 11 i r f 80 ill pI rtt Al- IIi 11 News Classified 1 Want ad fl1LL- L l t Jaw AS i c l f J jiit c t L fOR THE EASTER BRIDE Wedding Gown Worn at a Smart New York CeremonyI a41 PLENTY OF ROOM AT LAST al The Stor of II Woman Who Had Too ifMuch Closet SpaceSmall Conveniences In the Home That Are Often Overlooked by Architects Dcar Elsal have Just come from such a pretty wedding aud wlillevtlie goJigI l learnlIng newest finery as weekfattersmart bride was a Parisian confection suggestionseye that could be carried out In less ex penslvo materials pointedtlYOkfof etr roul and perhaps an Inch and a half oflielow tho base of the neck the edge 1being finished with a narrow band of Id chlefiyiicbnrmeusc and the soft shimmering satin showed In the bodice and the- Aehu l Tho bodice of swathed char ineuso fitted the figure closely coming nl down in a sharp point in front fully ed iSgli Inches below the natural waistline u M WHEN TUB WEDDING BEDI3 PING Wfil The rest of the bodice ended at the regular waist line and was finished wI with a cord of the satin The point In front was boned of course to keep a it In place The fichu as I said be extendedUl down In a point both back and front From under the fichu which was g I slightly embroidered with lilies of the Valloy In crystal and silk fell a flounce = of point 1aleucon that was carried 1 =4 IId9wn the center to the front where the ends of the satin fichu meet a clus J5 sleevesJ5I W tIe at bpth inside and outside seams and finished at the elbow with a fall J of the daiencon lace The skirt had- deepK I rubles of lace and a panel down 9 the front It was plain around the waist over tho hips but was gathered 5 slightly in tho back The laco flounces K on the skirt were headed with em- broIdered9 bands of tho ctiarniedsdI I rho veil vas of fine brussels net b r- Jjj dered with daiencon and the bridal bouquet Vas a gorgeous bunch of or IIchtdaI and gardenias s Another charming bride wore the i sftyfvn r ail lending you a sketch of to I Coilpentlonalwhitosatin is too fabric used and the bodice la a chic draped atfair cnu lit pot tho left side idith a pearl lt cabochon The upper sleeves are of satin and the lower ones ot tulle And speaking of brides reminds m- edita protfirillttlb shower gl4n y a girl to a chum about to commit mat rimony Tho presents consisting of e1brolt red linens fprjuousehold uset there all beautifully tied up in tissue boysXire8lowy folds of pink cheesecloth and the eheels wound with ribbon complete lye covering the prosaic practical ap ipMranco of the vehicle In the center ej t h cart was a pole wound with rib beat and topped with a bunch of pink jitkrnatlons A little niece of the host ess rocked In pink was harnessed to tte wagon and at a given signal trot ted in with her packages At this wed frog tiny horseshoes and slippers of- tuft sliver paper were substituted for Hthe usual shower of rice when the cou Iphj took their departure Plenty of Room at Last Elizabeth Xi has just gone into her pew house You know Elizabeth was always complaining that she never i had enough placesIto put things iWell when the bunch went over to aspect tho house yesterday we found V the lady more than satisfied as to cup boardroom There are tho most won irful closets in that honso you eve- rlawI2t Great mahogany chests of draw ifs are built into tho hall and the iln I t w room 1s o dream There are all f t J 1 r r or flurprfoe pnnels that slide I Iufrs revealing cupboards In fact Is about nil the closet room ic I that house one could comfortably fill How nlco this is we nil exclaimed ns the wonders were disclosed What lit lovely place to lkeep your shirt waists inl saId Dorothy who lives in an apartment mild lots to keep tier blouses in labeled boxes shoved under the couch As she complained to me tho other day I have tie greatest sympathy for chauffeurs when they scram ble under cars for I upend unit my life under the bed looking for different wardrobe combinations But to get back to Elizabeth and her closets In answer to our paeans of praise this ungrateful house owner remarked Nice Indeed Why Ive so many places to put things now 1 never know where anything Isl So you see there arc drawbacks even to some of the luxuries of life In spite of this disparaging criticism the closets were models from a sani tary viewpoint as the cupboards and drawers reached to the top of tho cell lug and every housekeeper knows what this means a lot of tedious clean ing When the closet stops several feet short of the celling it is merely a repository for dirt To be sure these high top shelves are Inconven lout for everyday use but they are excellent for storing purposes An other good suggestion we found in a closet on tho second floor in which brushes brooms and pails were kept for upstairs use There wero in this closet faucets from which hot and cold water could be drawn so the maid would not have to depend upon tho bathroom for her water supply One more hint and Im through with the house that Elizabeth built She has been particularly happy in the ar rangement of the lights throughout tho home and they are all placed at a height easily reached by a medium sized woman And best of all they are in the right places For Instance side lights flank the dressing table and an nrtlstle electrolier hangs over the bureau There are reading lights placed at the head of the beds and the cook has a splendid light near the range Since It is no longer the fashion to get up to let the milkman in a small doorway just big enough to put a milk bottle through opens Into the back hall These are a few of the little conveniences that the average architect overlooks Dont you think they do When Meat Is High When some of us are signing petl tions to stop eating meat and others of us are not buying it because we cant afford it It Is well to bo on the lookout for vegetarian dishes that are appetizing and nourishing I have found such a dish In n Viennese roast and Im going to give you tho chance to try It Here is the formula White string beans six ounces red lentils four ounces macaroni four ounces breadcrumbs four ounces tomatoes onehalf can one small package of vegetable powder two eggs two ounces of vegetable fnt two ounces of sago chopped nee peel of one lemon n little mint und lemon thyme salt and pepper And heres the way to mix it Soak the beans overnight and skin them Cook them and the lentils separately in Just enough water to make them tender Stow the macaroni with th herbs lemon peel tomato and a ve little water Mix together in a bo with the fat crumbs dry sago eg and soup powder Press into n mo or shallow pie dish and bake browii I do hope you will think gratefully when you eat the Viennese roast of- MABEL New York CHIIdror Cry r F0R FLETCHERS C ASTORIA A WONDERFUL DREAM The Poor Cobbler Who Found Him self Updn a Throne It was in tho days of Philip tho Good duke of Burgundy that a cob bier mounted a royal throne As tho duke was traveling one night to Bruges he came upon a man stretched upon tho ground soutH asleep and bade his attendants carry him to tho palace strip off his rags and place him robed In fine linen in his own bed When tho man awoke next morning he was addressed as your highness an61 astounded to find Ihlmself among such rich surroundings In vain ho protested that ho was no prince but a poor cobbler They asked him what clothing ho would wear and at last conducted him splendidly dressed to mass In tho ducal chapel Every cere mony was observed throughout tho day Tho cobbler appeared in public in his now role was received on all sides by command of tho duko with deep respect and ended his brief reign in the palaco with a grand supper and ballWhen presently ho fell asleep ho was reclothed in his rags and taken to tho spot where ho had been found when this practical Joke was conceived Waking in duo time ho returned honjo and related to his wife what ho took to bo his wonderful dream Worse Bullets Bullets have often caused less Buffer ring to soldiers than the eczema L W Harriman Burlington Me got in the army and suffered with forty years But Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me when a11 else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Piles 25c at Severs Drug Store Lia t ll GOOD ROADS MEAN PROGRESS They Tend to Increase the Value of Property WILL LOWER COST OF LIVING Farm Lands Will Be Settled More Rapidly More Good Crops Will Be Raised and the Consumer Will Re celve Supplies at Smaller Prices A team of horses struggling along a mud road in the endeavor to draw half a load affords a striking object lesson of road Improvement when compared to n team drawing a heavily londed wagon at a comfortable trot along a stone surfaced road This iso lated example roust be multiplied by 3000000 In order to obtain the cumu lative effect of bud roads upon traffic in the United States Not less than UoO000000 Is the pselcss tribute annually levied upon the people of the United States by Its bad roads In 1800 n widespread inquiry made by the office of public roads Indicated that the average cost of hauling on roads In the United States was 25 cents per ton per mile In 1000 the bureau of statistics ascertained from Its 2800 county correspondents that the average cost per ton per mile was about 23 cents and the average length of haul 04 miles The high cost of hauling Is not the only burden which the American people are carrying by reason of their bad roads In traversing a region of country isolated from markets by rea son of bad roads one is struck by tho wastes of untilled land and by the lack of variety In tho products This is a condition more frequently due to lack of adequate transportation facili ties than to lack of industry and intel ligence of the inhabitants The point may be illustrated by as suming a series of concentric circles to be drawn about a market town or railroad station constituting zones of production in all of which the roads are uniformly bad Within the first zone all products can be delivered to market at a profit Within the second zone certain products must be elimi nated because of the length of haul Milk small fruits and certain kinds of vegetables requiring quick delivery and careful transportation might be cited as examples- In the third zone still other products must bo eliminated because of tho prohIbItive cost of hauling The fourth zone will include only those products which can be held until the roads ore passable and then hauled long distances and sold at a profit Beyond thlt zoie the land must bo llefl unproductive or utilized for graz ing and timber Every improvement In the roads lending from this market widens these zones makes unproductive land pro ductive nod enables the farmer to ex erclse n wider discretion in determining the character of his crops The prosperity of the individual farmer becomes far greater the traffic of the ilrond increases the consumer re- es better supplies at lower prices QI thus the beneficial effects continue nn over widening circle While it is impossible to assign an representreason of road improvement it is generally believed that the average In COUNTRY lOAD UNIMPKOVED crease per are within tlio zone of in fluence of an improved road would be from 2 to 0 per acre As thero are inb6ut SCOOOOOOO acres of farm lands Improved and unimproved in the Unit ed States the possibilities of aggre gate increase in vriltfo are enormous These figures constitute conclusive evidence of tho immensity of traffic on the common roads They do more they give food for reflection as to where the cumulative losses In wear and tear of wagons harness and teams duo to poor roads will land us on the debit side Nobody can ever approximately estimate this drain but everybody must know it is in terms ofI millions KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PRICEFORTrial BotUo Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUllESI GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOtOR1 OR MONEY REFUNDED I L t 0 In Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it Row To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentvfour hours n a dust ment or I or an tion of the kid too frequent intheyoutheWhat To Do is comfort in the knowledge so KilniersSwampRoot correctingrheumatism kidneysliverurinarypassageand in passing it or bad effects orbeercessity of being compelled to go often the manytimesandimmediatesoon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring prop erties If you need medicine you should bydruggists lu1 one dollnrsizcs brick sedi settling stringy ml1y- appcaranceoftcn indicates un healthy condi neys desire to and need attention There scalding pain tlwmptooLYou reebyImamton N Y Mention this parer and SwampRootlllughanmtouN tuberculosis gems Roads of the future In great centers of population will be practically dustless and the bituminous and other binders which will be used In the construction of such roads will uit only minimize time danger of disease by reducing the dust nuisance but they are in u measure possessed or antiseptic1 properties There is n phase of life In the country social or economic which is not Affected br good roads There Is a direct relation retwccu Improved high ways amid the value of lanci the ai tendance of children at school the health of the community and every- thIng else that tends to make life In the country efficient And this in turn affects the people In the cities who live on the country products It is a task the maintenance of good roads which affects every person in the ountry no imttor where he lives or what his profession Itoad building Is an art based upon a science In this age of specialists it almost surpasses belief that the Amer ican people so practical In all other lines of endeavor should permit their golden millions to be frittered away TUB SAME ROAD MACADAMIZED by men who for the most part know little or nothing about either the set ence or the art of road building There are today more than 1000 petty rom ofllclajs in the United States each and all receiving compensation Very few of these men devote more than a fraction of their time to roadwork because their interests He else where and their compensation Is too small to enable them to devote their entire time to the work It Is not surprising that a century and a quarter of this kind of supervision has result ed in tho present chaotic condition ol our public roads 0ho reforms thai should take place will provide a corn paratlvely small body of trained competent road builders devoting their en tire time to continuous road work Not only must tho roads be built by trained men but they must be kept InrepairThe building era hns already begun Already great strides have been made in recent years toward bringing about these needed reforms In tho road laws and administration In providing moro adequate revenues and in devising methods of construc tion and maintenance adapted to tho requirements of modern traffic Logan W Page In Worlds Work Tho loss in dollars is serious enough for grave concern but when the ad iltional charge is made that bad roads are a menace to our institutions our health and our educational develop meat it constitutes an indictment of such gravity as to demand paramount consideration Hundreds of millions ot fertile acres remain untllled while the insanitary and unwholesome city tenements aro crowded with human beIngs whose standard of living must result in their mental moral and phys cal decay It is not generally realized that our 1165000 mites of road constitute a Teat source of disease By means of lust disease germs enter tho human ystom This is particularly true of SUBSCRIBE4- tla Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147 145 143 141STATIONS H6 142 I H4 H8 Dy I Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally iD lly u2T 440 840 1250715 7 40 Lvr LoulsvilleArpmI M AN A1II 111 P M 0 33 f4 58 8 53 Strawberry 7 on C12 85 7 25 50W Dlslioff 6 52 f2 23 7 18 9 Medora f6 42 fia 1317 08 9 54 f5 14 fIJ 14 5tltcs16 lJ6 12117 f1 02y 57 f5 17 0 17 Knlhryn 6 112 f12 01 6 59 10 01 5 21 031 West Point 6 29 12 01 0 5610 03 f5 23 t0 25 Howard 6 27 ill 58 W 54 100A1lllUSOa 46 37 Rock Haven 6 15 ill 4516 41 10 195 43 fU 4u Long Branch 6 Og ill 376 5310 25 5 52 9 40 Brandenburg U 03 11 29 0 25 1041 G 59 f9 56 Ekron 505 ill 21 J 16 10 y7 0 08als10 43a y 10 13 Irvington 5 41 Il CS g gH 10 4 f0 31 fIO 19 Vebster 533 flO 67 f5 4210 Sa f6 59 flO 27 Lodlburg 5 27 flO 48f5 54 11 02 f6 40 10 33 Mystic 5 21 110 41 5 26 11 05 f6 50 lJO 57 Sample 518 CIO 57f5 22 1111 6 58 1044 Stephensport 5 11 IO 27 5 14 11 14 ft 02 fIO 48 Addison 5 08 tIO 22f5 10 6Il J6 f104 fJO 50 Holt 506 fIO Jg f5 08 15f6Shops 5 54 8 195t 10 04 46 12 ii 88 f1 28 11 11 Sklllman 4 46 II 55 4 44 f8 03- f 6 21 11 45 7 37 11 18 Hawesville 52f16 4 38 913 4 36 7 4ifG1 4 28 W 52 4 24 f7 i59- f 6 40 12 03 7 50 III 57 Lewlsport 4 21 Q 28 f4 1T 7 31 12 08 f8 05 11 42 Wal man 4 16 f0 17 4 11 f7 246- 45 53 12 14 8 14 111 40 Maceo 4 09 0 08 f4 04 7 16 17 Oi 12 23 f8 24 11 51 Pates 4 Oo 8 56 3 M C OS 7 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch I 56 f8 52 3 51 7 027 13 12 35 8 35 12 10 Owensboro 3 50 f8 45 3 45 6 is- I P 11 7 18 tl0f77 31 30 f8 30 37t13g28fT322 807 317 f621 7 53 1 08 to 16 12 43 Beals 3 18 8 Om 3 13 f6 Ii1 10 9 18 12 45 Spottsvllle3 1C 7 58 f3 11 6 1 8 8 00 25 1 15 f9 24 12 50 Unskett 3 12 7 53 f3 07 603 05AMPM1 48 10 05 1 28 Howell 242 7 16 2 36 1 55 10 15 1 30 Evansvllle 2 35 7 10 2 30 740 740 ST LOUiS 000 a 84 A M p M P 111 A M IIf Stops on Signal Whore no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouisman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 1st Class I I 1st Class I Second Class 9 7 113STATIONS 112 i 8 10 MixedDailyexSunday64fipm 530am JlI0am LvuIrvlngton Ar IO lOam 115pm 1140pm- f6 55 f540 fllHJuBaslnSprlng fq 57 f350 fll 25 f7 OD 1555 S1133 Qarfleld 042s27 sit 10 720 C607 flH3Hnrned f931 f307 f058 87 23 s6 12 81146uu Junction sg 28 5257 slO 53 s734 s611 sll 50 Hnrdinsburg 592s243 s048 8741 51127 oil oO Junction9 s213 slO 40 f750 f637 1203pmKirk fUOO f222 flO 31 f757 fO5 f2 00 McQimdy fgO t2 02 f024 s810 659 s220 Glendenne s8 58si 47 slO 13 s819 17 U0 s228 Dempster s841s1405831 S1241 Falls of Rough f831s125 s1000f801fUf956fg953cuts920 736 f 120 I iInlltchnu s751s1215 s D 38 7 5U Fordsvllle 1210pm 3S9 4 30prri EARLINQTON 4 40 am Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees If you do you may find lust what you need in this department If you aro interested 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 lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for We 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 once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together enablingbuyersJno D Babbage 140 acres 2 miles from Guston 3 3t300 3 miles trom irvlnptoni wen watered lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school Louso tew yards Iron house Improvements good four room dwelling nltli kitchen on back porch two good barns barn and tenant house and cIs tern back in the field moat and hon house wood shed will soil on easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D Babbage Clovorport Ky A7 ACRE FAUN 5 room cottaRo hall and porcblln Rood repair Rood 7stall stock barn two good side sheds crIb good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a good well and never fallings ring tor stock water 200 yards east highSchool2 nnn For IHO acres four miles west of V t JJJ Qiondeane 3 miles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres In cultiva tion j 50 acres In grass will corn wheat and tobacco Inneighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling A rooms and side room I good stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses purposesood combined wholelengthexchange for a dwelling house In Clovbrpoft AvenuoWeU acresandaU yeL5barnalonopeachtreesnicevlnyardclearedbalancegroves of black locust BUillclont for posts to I EkronouLoclongFOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist surrounuedbytho placo for some young physician to step businessAnIs the reason for soiling for further partlc Oloyeruort It Pays to Advertise See us The thing to do is to Try Our Want Column f i iiJJ = Spring and Summer Dress I Goodsand Wash Materialsi I I- JI Beautiful Assortment and Attractive Prices- A III Large Line of j Sell For CashA Complete Line of III Spring Pay HighestSprmg I 0 MillinoryMarket Price Shoes I showing the bestFor for Men Woe I It st3s and colors Country Produce men Children e I For the Lands Sake Use III MORRIS COMPANYS FERTILIZER ALSO HOMEI I STEAD TOBACCO GROWER Ig Your Patronage Solicited and I AppreciatedII W C MQORMANI GLENDEANE KY e t IRVINGTON IMrand Mrs E S McAfee left Sat urday for Marshall Texas for a stay of two weeks with relatives Mrs Ora Minish and little daughter who have been visiting Mr and Mrs H H Ketnper have returned to Frankfort H C Downs has returned from a short business trip to Princeton and Morganfleld While there he shipped a car load of live poultry This week + he ships from the same place a car load 4 of eggsW C Montgomery of Elizabeth town cashier of the Hardin National Bank was in town Friday on a busi ness trip Mr and Mrs Jno R Wimp had an all day dinner Saturday in honor oif Mr Bailey Waller of Hopkinsville Mrs Charlie Chamberlain who has bsen at Popes Sanitarium Louisville for the past month under treatment came home Saturday The question of securing some kind1 of fire protection through a water sys tern Is now being agitated by severa l citizens of Irvington following the burning of so many houses at Clover port Miss Clare Jolly left Monday fo DENfamous Washington county lack mules be found at the men where he be for at 10 that stands up sucks is 15 humlH high black the best bone I ever on Jack has proven himself great l Russellville after being the guest of her mother Mrs Lydia A Jolly Miss Jolly is an unusually charming girl and will graduate this year at LoganI College After the commencement she will remain in Russellville to visit friends and then return home to spend I the summer many friends of Rev E W Graves regret to learn of his resigna tion at the Presbyterian church He preached his farewell sermon Sunday evening Rev Graves goes to Auburn Ky his new Held of labor He has labored among his people for seven years and it is with regret that we say goodby to him Mrs Graves is a greatlyr 3N Norris Son Coir commission merchants shipped a car load of eggs from this point to Jersey City Satur dayErnest Reese of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday in the city Misses May and Blanch Claycomb and Miss Bessie of Louisville are spending this week with Mrs Nellie Marshall and Mrs W F Mrs Lydia A Jolly spent in Louisville shopping Mrs Nannie J Watheu of Louisville is the guest of Mr aud Mrs W J Piggott this week Mrs Kate Bennett left Saturday for Owensboro where she was called to beat the bedside of her mother Mrs whq is very ill Bailey Waller returned Monday to Hopkinsville after a visit to relatives and friends hero This Is Mr Wallers first visit to Irvington for years and he was very much pleased with tin city and its progress Miss Brown will leave this week for Lewisport to be with her sister Mrs Walker Drown for a week- J S Younger and daughter Eudora spent the weeK endas the guests of Mr and Mrs R B McGlothlan Mrs Julia Clarkson returned yester day from Holt where she has been visiting Miss Flora Hardin for several daysMr and Mrs Jno D Babbage of vloverport were visitors ot friends in the city Wednesday Mrs H W Herndon of Enid Okla arrived in Kentucky Saturday and is the guest of her daughter Mrs mo- S Norris at Howell Mrs Herndon will visit relatives and friends here be fore she returns West Mrs 0 C Kttterman and little boy are spending this week near Corydon Ind with her parents Mr and Mrs Willard Arnold arp re ceiving congratulations upon the arrival of another boy at their home H H Kember left Tuesday for M- Inot N D where he will visit Dr and Mrs A M Hardaway He will visit other places of interest while gone If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use y The Ladies Missionary Society dt- the Presbyterian church will meet on Thursday afternoon with Miss Susie Pollock The people of Irvington greatly appreciated the splendid boost given them in the News lafjt week Nothing is too good in our shop for Irvington Editor Card Of Thanks I want to thank all my friends for- their kindness shown to me in my deep sorrow Abriam Sago Hardinsburg Ky rTit CITY COUNCIL Met at Its Regular Monthly Meet Ing Monday IVltht Mayor Barry Presiding A petition signed by a number of citizens was presented and object ing to the Standard Oil Company erecting a gasoline tank on its property near tha depot The petition was laid on tho table An attempt was made by Mayor Barry to get a hog ordinance passed ior the one now existing amended so as to cut out the hog pens in distance of the section but it was rejected by the council The question of building water works for the came up and was discussed pro and con by the members They finally concluded that they were not in financial shape just yet to or con struct water works SQ that matter was passedThey however agreed to take up ia proposition from Evansville parties who had proposed to furnish a gasoline en and hose sufficient to protect the town from fire at a nominal cost A committee of six was appointed to go to Evansville and inspect this fire apparatus and resort at the next meet liQg The expenses of this committee will be borne by the firm proposing to furnish the apparatus and there will be no expense to the town for this work whether the engine Is purchased or not Some of the councilmen did not put much faith In the proposition but In as much as they had been requested and inspect the machine at the cost- of those who proposed to furnish It to the town they decided to do so Those appointed on the committee were HenrySolbrigWick DeHavon Several claims were allowed and the meeting adjourned Ch lldrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIf A Card of Thanks We want to thank all our friends for their kindness to us the fire Mr and Mrs John Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secre tlons that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no better than you were In a word Elys Cream is a real remedy not delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by- Ely Brothers 66 Warren Street New York is of will a of mares 10 for best colt on colt I a ot Ben I will a a for and same I am r- n 1 pen na llig Enough for the Cool it Has yIDone Me MRS JOHN AyeLyiI- I have boon for tho pastal ten years with many symptomstdent to my ago also ondjBtll C I was weak and no ambition could not sleepatM night and lost greatlyin weight dl I tried other remedies but with no la success until I to tnkePeclluna I now better In every rep sped can sleep and have gained p- In weight I cannot highly enough for tho It hasdonenr mo O If any women aresuffering as I didotI would advise thorn to try Pornna anIeconvince themselves Peruna has donaCIme good by my that it is worth Its in gold to I also took Manalin for tin connection with Pornna and hound p It helped me where other laxative a tlMisstl writes I havo taking your Po b I yon for your kindness and tl your advice tld Mildred fF Mrs McGuffin AnthonysHospitalFriday She was the of w and the daughter of c Mr and Morgan McGuffin was just tl years of and with her husband she leaves a baby old and little y was held from the hometIn Louisville afternoon fond the place in the Cse Hill of this place attended the The news of the death was a great h shock to the young mothers in DIoverport where she had frequently in her childhood She was a dear girl and her death seemed untimely 8 BREEDIN1I1 a J BOURKE COCHRAN P 0 Registry 2158 Vol 5eDescription and PedigreeBOURKE COCHRAN is a blood bay stallion foaled in April 1902 right hind foot white Sire Chester Dare No 10 Grand Sire M Black No fl8 Dam Maybel Denmark No 2019 by Denmark Chief J B 682 Dam by Colemans Eureka F S3rd Dam by Drennon No 1600 Bourke Cochran is 151 hands high weight 1150 pounds beautiful head and neck the best back you saw on a horse rood logs without a blemish fine mane and tail and carries tail well never needs a piece of ginger This horse is abso lutely in n clays to himself standard and registered Ile goes all the gaits fast and In square trot he has shown bettor than four minute gait HIS gaits are natural not acquired WhiletJWJ1 Bounce Cochran is but a youngster he has a reputation that would be a credit to any living stallion as a horsebnving been shown the two seasons all the of the and never beaten but Won the saddle and harness sweopstake at the LaRue County Fair 1909 You must see him to appreciate his greatness and we kindly invite our friends andvputroos to callnlld inspect him Q 11 This horse will be found at my stable one mile east of Bewleyville on Louisville and will be permitted to serve mares at20for colts that iWj stand up suck t- This for utility will above tioned place will ready service for colt and ttBen with saw and a breederI The Pierce Brite Monday Lewis fifteen Mary read certain resident city build gine to- go since Carter Dont medicines Balm a 2nd GUSThis young Jack one promise and be permitted to servo limited number at for colt that stands up and sucks Will give premium of 10 of his get annual and mule show day To the get of Bourke Cochran will give premium of 20 for colt worth most money To the get give premium of 10 for the colt worth the most money A few mares from distance kept on grass 150 per month Accidents at owners risk ifThanking you for past patronage hoping fora continuation of WrC DRURY a Bewleyville KyIt Gamat Praise HOPI suffering catarrh gestion discouraged chad commenced fool well pralso Peruna good know experienceb weight fdanyconstipation failed boon tlrunecatarrh thank Fontaine McGuffin sc Mildred Fontaine diedrc night wife Wilbur McGuffin Mrs FontaineeMrs nineteen tiny about four weeksaone adopted son The funeral Sunday interment took cemetery Mrs Emma Skillmane friends visited sweet most u No 8 Squirrel No Brmkers everiright a a made show past at leading fairs Stateaonce combined road and a a my the the iIJl I H it 1 t to I I I i