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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS PRINTaVOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1910 8 Pates NO 40 AS COMPANY WILL MAKE GOOD rilling Last Well Caused Ken tuckyIndiana Natural Gas I and Oil Co to Make Assignment HE BUSINESS WILL GO ON UpOn application Otto G Tague and other stockholders of the Ken tugjjsyIndlana Natural Gas and Oili Co receiver was appointed for the company by Judge Chef last Friday Mr Lee Walls circuit clerk and un der Judge Chelf s former order regu lar receiver for this county takin- chargeof g the local property of the com pany oIt1 is understood that the extraordinary expense incident to the drilling of their last well and the delay of v other matters from which funds were i expected strained the companys 1 credit and when a few of the creditors became insistent it became necessar for those interested to take this ste vstb prevent the shutting down of the implant and the resultant waste ot the assets of the company Y When seen Saturday by the News the president of the company stated tthat he had every reason to believe that the present arrangement woul- f d if be but temporary and that he hope f to have matters so arranged withi e i thirty days that the receiver could b discharged The local plant veil be c continued in operation and gas furn ished to their consumers as heretofore so that no inconvenience to their pat ronswill be experienced- It is to be hoped that the company will soon be in shape to resume charge of its affairs as those interest ed have worked hard and have spen p their money freely to give Cloverpor- an uptodate gas plant and the bes wishes of our people will be with tom x Mr Tague left Sunday for the East in the interest of his local affairs an expects to be back this week with such help as he will need arranged for Mr Smith In Arkansas Libou E Smith from Cloverport Ky arrived in this city Saturday night to take charge of the sign work and portrait painting for the Smith Decorating CoDaUy Arkansawyer Stuttgart Ark The friends of Mr Smith in this city are glad to learn he bus a good position and wish him all possible success Eddyville Guards Lose Out Eddyville Ky April BThe shakeup came to eight guards nt the branch prison today when the following lost ont CM Miller Joe H Smith Ben Rice W QxTerrell WF Dodd Joe I Brad shaw J A Darlings and Hayes Johnson Brings Little Boy Home Mrs Emma Sklllman returned home s nday night from Louisville where Mie has been since the death of Mrs Wilbur McGuffln Mrs Skillman brought home with her John Briggs Jr McGuffln the little son who was adopted by Mr and Mrs McGuffln He will stay with Mrs Skillman several weeksMr and Mrs Morgan Fontaine parents of Mrs McGuffln will keep the Infant left by her They have recently bought an elegant new home in Louisville f Denies Every Allegation Ellzahethtown Kyr April 8The- Rev T J Duvall defendant in the sen sational divorce proceedings instituted by Mrs Sudie Duvall filed an answer to her petition ID court in which he de nles every alligatjpn made by her and asks for the custody of time two children I The Rev Mr Duvall is a Baptist minister formelyofLouisvl1lej j Makes Money on Eggs Mrs 4P King of Holt who went to Irvingljon Saturday to visit relatives has been most successful during thellast year in raising chickens She I had eleven liens and sold 1100 worth of 1 eg and chickens This year she has i tyfive hens setting on turkey some of the eggs cost 40 cents I t PAST THE FOUR SCORE LIFE POST Mrs Willie Wells Summoned By Death Yesterday Morning At The Home Of tier Dau inter Mrs Lizzie Geer FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON After serious illness since last September Mrs Willie Wells died Tues day morning at three oclock at the home of her daughter Mrs Lizzie Geer Mrs Wells had lived a long useful life She was eightyfive years of ago last November She was born in Boone county Kentucky Her life was useful and interesting having reared three children Mrs Wm Smart Mrs Lizzie Geer and Capt Jas W Kay who survive her She was married twice her first husband was husbandpwas Richard Wells who died in 1873 a year after her manage to him Mrs Wells was a member of the Methodist church fifty years She was a modest Christian woman who desired all eulogies while she was living afterd Pein the Cloverport cemetery 1 Epworth League Adopts Envelope System The Epworth League adopted an en velope system Sunday night to raise 50 for the parsonage debt and 36 for act Dillont bettried to raise the money instead of giving the annual League carnival TheI Leaguers regret giving up their rarni dvat not particularly for the money made but for the pleasure it afforded them However they are anxious to cooperate with the minister and do what he thinks best Rev Dillon says he cannot conscientiously endorse pay affairs for raising money in any de partment of the church The Epworth League is one of the most popular in stitutions of the Methodist church and has a live membership Havvesville Setting a Good Example J At the regular monthly meeting of the Hawesville City Council on Mon day night an ordinance was enacted c which aims at the destruction of pro miscuous whiskey drinking in Hawes ville and comes at an opportune time following the scathing grand jury report of last week Many people especially those who are affected by the ordin ance declare that it cdn never be en fqrced Clarion Enjoying Fine Business Steve Wilson a most successful in surance man of this city is enjoying a I large business and has over nine hundred l people on his list carrying insur ance Mr Wilson is respectful to the old and kind to the young this and his activity is the secret of his success He and Mrs Wilson have a nice home on the hill and keep their place looking most attractive Sell Their tome Mr and Mrs Chas W Moorman who recently sold their home on Elm street to Mt and Mrs Daniel M Bow mar have moved to the Lancaster dwell- Ing on Broadway Mr Bowmar and family will move to the Moorman place this week Woodford Sun Notice I Notice is hereby given that the uu i dersigned has been duly appointed re celver by the Breckenridge Circuit Court for the KentuckyIndiana Nat ural Gas Oil Company incorporated and all parties indebted to said cor poration will at once and before the 10th day of May 1910 come forward and settle their indebtedness with said receiver and all parties and persons having claims against said corpora tion will present same properly proven and sworn to as provided by law to said receiver on or bnfore said date LEE WALLS Receiver Hardinsburg Kyd I 1 h71 f STOCKERBOONE Dr James Raymond Boone and Miss Gertrude NancyStocker Will Be Married in June at Bardstown Mrs Julia A Stocker of Bardstown announces the engagement of her daughter Gertrude Nancy to Dr James Raymond Bono of Cloverport The wedding will take place in June CourierJournalDr engaged in practice at New Haven but has recently formed a partnership with his brother Dr Hilliary Boone of this city He is the son of Mrs Laura Hayes who owns a handsome home in St Rose Ccurt Coming Back This Summer Dear Mr BabbageCant stand It any longer without my home paper so find enclosed check for one dollar as payment for a years subscription to The News Am sorry to have neglect ed sending this in sooner as I do not like to miss a single issue of your paper and for that reason Ill ask you to please mail me each succeeding copy since March 15th from which date my present subscription will be gin I enclose stamps for mailing of same Am pleased to say that I am doing nicely and am looking forward to a brief visit to Kentucky this coming summer With best wishes for yoL success and kindest regards to all I remain Yours respectfully Jennie D Patterson Agree On 10000 Hills Owensboro Ky April aResolu Lions were adopted at the Green River District Union ot the Ainericnn Society- of Equity in session at Calhoun ac cepting the 10000 hills or Ucreage question This means that each hand un the farm will raise only that amount of tobacco during the year W P Stephens was elected as delegate to the national meeting that will be held i St Louis After hearing various reports of the society the meeting was ad journad to meet at Hawesville the firtt Thursday in July- Promoted to Nashville John D Babbage Jr has gone to Nashville Tenn to take charge of the branch office of the American Type Founders Company which he represented in West Virginia and Ohio Mr Babbages work will include the busI- ness of several Southern cities He left Huntington W Va Monday Go to Hawesville Rev and Mrs German P DillonI chaperoned a party of eightyfiveI young people to Hawesville last Tuesday evening to hear Rev Pat DavisI preach at the Methodist church Mr Dillon continued the services at Hawes ville after Mr Davis left The Clarion I gave the revival several nice writeupsI that should be appreciated by the ministers and church goers A Debt of Several Years Paid By An Old Reliable Wm Starks colored sent the publisher of The Breckenridge News 250I last week that he had been owing for subscription over ten years This wasI greatly appreciated and showed him to be of the honest oldfashioned kind Resolutions Lodiburg Ky April 10We the officers teachers and pupils of the Walnut Grove Sunday school take this means of expressing our sorrow and regret caused by the death of one of our most faithful and active mom bers Miss Zllla M Brown who de parted this life February 14 1010 Wo respect and cherish her memory and resolve to profit by her Christian ex ampleResolved That we extend our sympathy to the family in this great hour of bereavement and loneliness and may they bow In humble submission to the will of God who Booth all things wen Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be kept in the secretarys book and a copy sent to each of the county papers for publicationMrs E Payne Mrs H A Ater Miss AnnieKeysCommittee Gets Owensboro Office- F A Van Rensseliter was appointed postmaster of Owensboro by the Presi April 11 He won by a hard fight I W lIa er f Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal None of them Is the same in composition or effectiveness so wholesome and economical nor will make such fine food A ROYAL Baking PowderAbsotutcSy Pure Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar AN INNOVATION Postoffice Department Urge That All Rural Mail Boxes Be Painted Whiter Postmaster C L Barnes is in receipt of a letter from the Postofiice Depart meat in Washington City which urges the Postmaster to request nil patrons of the rural delivery to paint their mail Boxes and the posts to which they attached pure white color The object of the painting is to protect the boxes and posts front damage by the weather to give all boxes a uniform color to establish their identity inal1I parts of the country as United States mail boxes and to give them a much neuter and sightlier appearance The owners of boxes are also requested to imprint their names and box numbers I inn ches high The letter also urges the postmaster to induce all road officials to paint up on the posts of boxes which are locatedI on crossroads the names of the townI or villages to which the crossroads lead with au indicator showing th direction The propositions are feasible and iifr successfully followed they will l most beneficially to the public It is t be anticipated that all patrons of the rural delivery will act imnmVely upon the demands made by the Postoffice DepartmentEtown Mirror A Neighbors Compliment Always Appreciates I A Louise Babbage daughter ofr Editor John D Babbage of the Breck inridge News to the satisfacation of her friends throughout the Kentucky PressI is developing into a writer of wide fame She is a regular contributor to The Circle Funk Wagnalls New York pub lication and more recently has been sought by other publications her service A timely article which Miss Babbage recently penned for the Western Newspaper Union isItWhat Kentucky Editors Are Doing which we shall be pleased to publish next weekHancock Clarion Change in the Telephone OffceNew Manager Mr Haiwell of Tennessee is here to take charge of the Cumberland exchange as the former manager R G Sharp has resigned Mr Branch an auditor is here adjusting the affairs of the office J Y Brown the trouble man has also left the exchange Highest Prices in Years Paduah Kyt AprIl10Speclal Leaf tobacco scored the highest prices last week that it has brought in several J years on the local market Loose tobacco J sold on wagons for ls3 cents a pound and eleven grades are just dou ble what they were a few mouths ago John Hodge sold his entire holding over 1000000 pounds to the Italian Government and the American Snuff Company Heretofore he sold in the English market Dark tobacco is scarce there being but about 1700 hogsheads available just now with probably 4000 more to come Last year one house sold mover 13000 J hogsheads in all the weie reover 400JJ hogsheads marketed here and at MayJJ field the past week 1 k 3 f OLD MULL Finds a Unique Way to Maket Funds to Pay Ills Subscrip tion to The News Editor News Why is it the poets sink about the melancholly days in the fall when they come to us in th spring Since the weather turned warm we had to go to work real wort- e this is sad We have had a case of that tired feeling Our subscription to the News and Louisville Times has expired and we havent a cent to renew so what will we do Its too early to thrash our oats Mother suggsted that we thrash the cats That wouldnt do We have no roads and couldnt get to market the wool A happy thought struck uSi we would just thrash pap The idea almost killed father Paw took an awful chill and shook so hard 150 fell in our lap to pay for the Bracken ridge News and Courier Journal for one year All join hands and now we will sweet y sing Theres a Happy Time ein this Old Town Tonight Now there is nothing to it wo are not going to bo caught short on funds next year if we thtyoouI newspapers I It was a case of mistaken identity but it caused Old Mull to almost get his everlasting He met George Hall a neighbor a few days ago Now George had turned out a crop of whiskers that would make Rip Van Winkle adold man mistook George for Walker White Being a brave man we didn ran but we passed a man that was running Joe Mullhatton Jr Carters Landing April 5 Kentucky to Have Indeterminate Sentences Under the new law passed by the Legislature which will soon go into effect the juries iu Kentucky will no longer be called upon to fix the term of punishment of those convicted of crimes in the Circuit Courts but will only decide whether the prisoner Is guilty or innocent The judge will impose the indeterminar sentence from the highest to the lowest provided by law and the time served will depend en tirely on the action of the convict while in prison He cannot be paroled until he has served the lowest sentence provided bylaw The now law will prevent many hung juries gives more equality iu punish ment and offers great incentive for the prisoner to redeem his life Boat Party Mr and Mrs Fred Fraize Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs Will Pate and daughter Mary Misses Irene Jarboe Anne Jarboe Margaret and Elizabeth Skillman and Miss Pauline Moorman had a most delightful trip to Hawesvillo Sunday in the launch Mary Jane Returns From Owensboro Dr Hilliary Boone and his visitor Mr BerQard Boling of New Haven who wont to Owensboro Saturday evening returned home yesterday Dr Boone was initiated into the fraternity Knights of Columbus and attended the ball given by them Monday night R 3- v L WAR ON TUBERCULOSIS Church Asked to Aid in the Cam paign Conducted to Get Rid of Plague theePrevention of Tuberculosis has planned fifer21th They arc asking that in every church in the United States a sermon or lecture on this important subject be delivered that day The Association has prepared to supply every local association in the country with ma terlal to be given to the various ministers and others from which to pre lecturesiThe Kentucky Association has its headquarters in Louisville and an ap plication to Miss Harriet E Anderson acting secretary 215 East Walnut street Louisville Ky will bring such literature Mr C L Adler president of the association earnestly requests that all ministers in the State of Ken tucky shall join in this national movement on April 24 Kentucky badly needs the preaching of the gospel of education on this sub ject The disease can bu eradicated and eradicated only by cleanliness healthful living and the knowledge of the means by which it is spread Kentucky is suffering more from the disease than all but two or three States of the Union She is ignorant of her condition and If we are to judge by the acts of the recent Legislature un willing to take the necessary stops to better it Public agitation and educa newst papers of Kentucky bring this matter to the attention of every minister in the State Bishop Nelson of Albany says Having labored with some success to point out the danger of the disease we are now confident that the cure of this disease depends upon improvement in condition of personal and social life Whatever the churches may be able to do along this line will be a double con tribution to physical and spiritual bet terment and I should think that all would wish to have a share in such an enterpriseThere is no constitutional objection to the joining of the press and church in any great movement for the ad vancement of the health or morals of the people and in this movement the Keutucky Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis calls particularly on the press and church to aid Little Miss Barnum Mr and Mrs Everett Barnum of Columdus Ohio are receiving congratulations on their little daughter Fayette LeVerne Barnum who arrived Saturday evening April the ninth Mrs Barnum was Miss M Louise Kelsker of Louis ville Must Have The News x Dear Mr Babbage You will please find inclosed check for tho News one year Can not do without it now Yours truly- S R Payne =Paducah Ky April 7 1010 Card of Thanks I thank all my neighbors and friends for their kindness to us during the ill ness and death of my husband Mrs Rousseau Williams G f S I Electric BittersSucceed When everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOON I PermanentDentist gjTtor Owens Office Main Street t1l Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky Send Us Your Name WEhave a goodmoney making proposition and want to tell you about it Write today for particulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO C30 Broadway NEW YORK N Y itlsktSereisltilkkklek FOR iitlt CtII- 3C J3- C J x A numberof Farms dif I ferent Sizes and PricesA IIThe Bank of Hardinsburg I S Trust Co iio- S a- QKnt M stick Ktr rrrrrktK H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- I1ARDlNSBURO KY Will practice hU profession in all of the Courts of liroukonrldgo andl adjoining coun I tier Special attention given to collections road cusos and criminal practice License to practice In United States Dhtut Courts Office over Hank ot Iliirdlnsfour = JIIII f I THE LOUISVILLE s TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can got The Breckenridp News AND TH- ELouisville Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville iTlmes Is The Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the bust corps of correspondents I Covers the Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscrip tion Right Awayt- o thisI paper not to The Louisville Times I e BILLS ENACTED BY LEGISLATURE Complete List ot MeasureI Passed by Kentucky Solons THOSE VETOED ALSO GIVEN H B No 28 W H Newell camp bell countyProviding for the establishment of public cisterns hydrants and reservoirs In cities of the second class and giving power to cities own Ing system to supply water to other or neighboring municipalities In tended to apply to Newport only H B No 30 W H Newell Camp bell countyProviding for the classification of the town of Clifton Camp bell county to the list of names ol cities of fifth class Also transfers Mlddlesboro and Somerset to third class cities and Barbourvllle tc fourth class H B No 32 A J Counts Carter countyCreating a county school book commission composed of coun ty superintendent of schools and the county hoard of examiners- H B No 38 R D Hunter Clark countyPlacing misdemeanor cases on same tooLing with felony cases in order that persons charged with minor offenses can be tried at same term of court at which Indictment was found H B No 44 P W Berkshire Da vless county Providing for tho changing of the time of holding courts In Davless county H B No 49 W F Klalr Lexing tonProviding for an appointment of an assistant assessor In counties having a population of 40000 or over H B No 51 W F Klalr Lexing tonProviding for the recording of the names of persons pooling tobacco or any farm product Vetoed but passed dver governors veto H B No 59 J T Buford Frank lin countyAppropriating 50000 for the completion of the new state cap tol grounds H B No 66 J S Steers Grant county To make warehouse receipts by corporations negotiable and transferable Intended specially for Burley Tobacco society- H B No 93 Hugh Mahin Jessa mine county To protect religious worship In assemblages known as camp meetings II B No 94 J W Turner John Ron countyTo change the time of holding circuit courts In Floyd Knox Pike Johnston and Martin counties H B No 106 H J Myers Cov ington To provide the manner of holding circuit courts in counties having therein cities of the second and third class so that courts maybe held in Mlddlesboro which Is not a county scat H B No 107 1L J Myers Cov In ton Providing for tho election of four county commissioners who with tine county judge shall comprise the fiscal court of the counties H B No 108 II H Moss Laruo countyTo define the crime of abortion and prescribe a penalty therefor H B No 122 J P Chinn Mercer county Appropriating 12000 for Colored State Normal school Tho governor vetoed 2200 of the sum ap propriatedH 124 F J Brown Nelson county Providing for the election of town marshals In cities of the sixth classII B No 125 Z A Clore Oldham county Fixing penalty for disorderly persons on railway trains and prohib iting drinking liquor on trains H B No 130 M G Colson Pu labkt county Requiring certain qual ifications for mine foremen- H B No 135 J R Claypool Simpson county Making It unlawful for persons to slgji an agreement to re train from growing any crop H B No 138 S D nines Warren countyChanging the time of hold Ing courts in the Eighth Judicial dis trictH B No 147 S D Hines Warrep county Providing for separate apartments for white and colored people In houses of reform- H B No 154 W H Shanks Lincoln countyAuthorizing railroads to carryon a ferry business H B No 156 LIHard Carter An derson county Providing for unl rorm series of school books In schools of this state H B No 187 S L Robertson LouisvilleRelating to revenue and taxation in counties containing a city of the first class and fixing compen sation to be allowed assessors and their deputies- H B No 193 L B Herrington Madison countyAn act providing for the amendment of Section 500 of the Kentucky Statutes relating to the recording of contracts concerning land providing that contracts or op tions for the sale of land shall be recorded in the county in which the lands are situated H B No 209 J W Berkshire Boone countyAct making It unlaw ful to take rabbits in snares on the land of another person without writ ten consent of the landowner H B No 210 J W Berkshire Boone county Specifying amount of property of a person with a family exempt from garnishment- H B No 253 J W Holland Shelby countyAn act to further regu lato tho pooling of farm products making it lawful for any number of persons to combine to pool crqps H B No 258 S M HUSHCI you countyAct to repeal act regulating practice of barbering known as th Ibnrber inspector law H n No 260 W R Whitlow Warren county Act relating Ittc weights measures and balances and providing for appointment of inspc tor of weights and measures Cor countiesH No 301 Z T Coleman Carroll countyTo establish Interstal quarantine relative to animals nnd providing for cooperation of stat and federal officials to eradicate dli caseH B No 302 M T Pogue Cri tendon countyTo repeal the thartc of the Dyeshurg public school II B No 303 E Berry Owens boroTo limit the power of cities of third class relative to conveying 01 mortgaging waterworks or lighting systemsH No 325 S L Robertson empowering city of Louisville to col loot back taxes to relieve the flnar clal condition of LouisvilleIII B No 331 H T Gartin Marion countyTo Increase the fees of county jailers by allowing them 75 cents a day for boarding prisoners Instead of 50 cents H B No 342 J F Richardson Muhlouburg county Appropriating 13500 for water supply at Confeder ate homo H B No 347 J W Holland Shelby countyTo regulate the establish ment of Industrial schools Intended to prevent location of negro school In Shelby county Vetoed by gover nor but passed over his veto H B No 354 H A Schoberth Woodford county Appropriating 10000 a year for Kings Daughters Home for Incurables H B No 359 Lillard Carter Anderson county To change time ol holding circuit court in tho Twelfth Judicial district H B No 373 J C Pirtle Hardln countyTo provide for the appoint ment of trustees for county academies and seminaries- H B No 391 S M Russell Tqcld countyProviding for payment of road work expenses by county treas urerH B No 397 Originated by Com mitten on JudiciaryTo amend and reenact Section 2463 Kentucky Stat utes entitled Mechanics and Mater ial Men by providing that notice must be given of intention to assert lienH B No 398 S L Robertson LouisvilleTo of tenement and regulate flat constructionII of first class H B No 401 S G Clay Bourbon county To establish a plant for the preparation of hog cholera serum and tho distribution of same to the farmersH No 416 R L Harris Louis vllle To amend section of statutes relative to the regulation of child labor law and compelling issuance of certificates by school superintendent II B No 423 D G McVean Cov Providing for purchase of turnpikes by fiscal courts without special elections providing such pur chase does not exceed 10000 in anyone year H B No 469 Originated by Rules Committee To authorize issuance of interestbearing warrants to pay claims against the state II B No 477 W F Klair Lexing tonTo amend Article 3 Chapter 89 Kentucky Statutes relative to gov ernment of cities of second class by authorizing a vote of people on adopting a government by a commis slot 1 H B No 484 B B Niles Hender son countyProviding that eight hours shall constitute a day for laborers and mechanics employed on all public work v H B No 491 H J Meyers Cov Ington To create Thirtyfourth Judicial district and to change Twenty sixth and Twentyseventh Judicial districts and to provide for holding- of courts In said districts- H B No 502 Llllard Carter An derson countyTo amend Section 281 of the Code of Practice In criminal cases so that decisions of the court upqn challenger to the panel and for cause or upon motion to sot aside an indictment shall not be sub Tact to exception II B No 523 Frank Moore Fulton countyTo require owners of stock living on Islands of the Mississippi river within jurisdiction of Kentucky to keep up river stock H B No 539 L H Francis Lou svllleTo amend an act entitled an act for preventing tho manufacture tad sale of adulterated food BO that oleomargarine or adulterated butter may bo sold If it is so labeled H B No 541 Originated by Com nHteo on Rules To amend Section 684 of Subdivision 4 of Article 4 Chapter 32 of the Kentucky Statutes matting capital stock of fire Insurance companies 10 per share instead of 100 per share Bills Vetoed by the Governor- S B No 37 II II Smith Knqtt countyTo establish a sub exporl mart station In Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky to bo under the control of the experiment station at Lexington S B No 71 E M Taylor Fulton Bounty Increases salary of prison commissioners to 3000 and chairman to 3COO S B No 85 J R Catlett Caldwell countyAuthorizing pay for jurors who are summoned but do not serve S B No 198 Conn Linn Calloway ipunty Appropriating 10000 additional to encourage establishment of private sanitarium for treatment of tuberculosis S B No 11Q B M Arnett Jossa wino county Providing for appointment of bank examiners for state v i 300 W L DOUGLAS OlafX500 SHOES Best In the Worl- dUNION MADE BoysShoes 200 and 250I Fott Color Eyelets Used 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 understand why they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes CAUTION W L DonglM name and price Iti stamped on the bottom to protect the wearer against high price and Inferior shoes Take No Hulxtl tute If W U Douglas shoes am not for sale In your OrderOatalogwLDouglaenrockIonlaaeeFoR J C Nolte Bro banks to bo appointed by secretary ofstateS No 217 E E Hogg Owsley cot myToleg Plato tho sale of farm seels and prohibiting their adultera Hon S B No 205 C W Nagel New rortro amend scdion 358 Ken tucky Statutes relative to furnishing bnoUs to circuit and county clerks so that the clerks may buy their records from any firm they please- S B No r09 J C Graham Gray son countyTo define what Is known as sweating of prisoners and pro hibiting the introduction of evidence so obtainedH 81 P J Cosgrove Louis ville Creating a pension fund for dlsabetl public school teachers In government cities of the firstclass- H B No JJ Hugh Mahin Jessa mine county To provide for addition al compensation of jurors II B No 09 D G McVean Cov Creating the office of district detective to commonwealths attor neys in counties containing cities ot the second class H B No 103 W A Price Coving tonfo secure the registration ot plumbers antI inspectors of plumbing and drainage in first and secondclass citiesII B No 139 S D Hines Warren county Providing for teaching den tal hygiene In public schools H B No 153 H A Schoberth Woodford county Appropriating 38000 for State Fair buildings at LouldvlHeIH B No 170 J T Buford Frank lin county Anowlns commissioner for state fiscal court at Frankfort H B No 104 L B Herrington Madison cnmty An act appropriat ing OOJ to State University 22 500 to Western Kentucky Normal School and 22500 to the Eastern Normal school- II B No 250 L C Llttrell Owen countyAct providing for a pension for Confederate soldiers and widows of Confederate soldiers- H B No 257 S M Russell Todd countyAct to appropriate 5000 to assist in erecting monument at birth plnce of Jefferson Davis H B No 297 J R Zimmerman Bullitt countyTo prevent placing the names ot candidates put on ballot by petition under any party de viceH B No 381 F E Graves Mc Cracken countyProviding that pro ceedings instituted by the commonwealth or any county city or taxing district shall be begun within five years after such rights first accrued- H B No 381 F b Graves Mc Cracken countyTo protect pur chaser of land where same has been previously sold for delinquent taxes H B No 431 S B Johnson Perry county Bill for the benefit of per sons whose lands have been sold for taxes and authorizing release on rec ords of state auditor H B No 435 R H Atkin Cald well countyTo prevent waiters and servants accepting tips In hotels and restaurantsH 436 M F Pogue Grit tendon county Providing for the hen efit of Infant children of the Hon Me- D Ferguson deceased H B No 459 W G Keen Cum berland countyTo create the office 01 assistant commonwealths attorn Y- In districts embracing not less the six counties H B No 521 W F Klair Loxlni tonTo amend section 1840 Ken tacky statutes relative to tho curb diction of fiscal courts In appropr ntlng funds to lkeep in repair publl buildingsH No 525 originated by the Municipalities Committee ProvUUn that general council in cities of second clang may have power to increase or decrease number of policemen aUl1 firemen upon petition of the coiuinl toners and place them under civil service rules The following appropriation blllS were vetoed in part and approved In part by the governor- S B No 20 II D NeWcomb Jel Person countyApproprating 40001 for state blind institution at Louis vine for improvements and paying a deficit of 4000 Approved all but 120001 S B No 123 R L Hubble Lincoln county Authorizing an approprl rtlon of 20400 for improvements at the Kentucky School for the Deal Approved only for 8800 S B No 228 E M Taylor Fulton county Authorizing appropriation or 87000 to pay deficit in expenses of houses of reform and to erect necos nary new buildings Approved atl but 16000 Something For Headache Nothing else aside from money is so universally sought for as a cure Co- rhendache Headache powders are not safe and they give only temporary re lief in any event The chocolntecoate and capsuleshaped pills called Sher bydruJndststire recommended as the best headach cure GrandmaRains How sweet to reflect on the joys tha await me In you blissful region that haven of rest- Where Glorified spirits with welcome shall greet me And lead me to Mansions prepared for the blessed Encircled With light and with glqry en shrouded My happiness perfect my minds sky unclouded 111 bathe in the ocean of pleasure un bounded And range with delight through the Eden of love While angelic quires with harps tuned Celestial N Harmoniously join in the concert 01 praise The saints of the dock from the regions terres trial In loud Hnlleliejah their voices shall raise Their songs to the Lamb shall reecho though Heaven My soul shall respond to Immanuel- be given All glory all honor all might all do minionWho brought us through grace toe children of God The Call Of Tho Blood for purification finds voice in pimples oils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on th- eskinall signs ot liver trouble But- Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 2sc kt Severs Drug Store No Subject For Experiment Stuy vesaiitLike most men I have my miteGlaydsPerhaps but they are so in gnin9ant that no girl would feel Justified iu marrying you to reform you April Smart Set Worse Than Bullets Bullets have often caused less suffer 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 wben all else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Bnrns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Piles 2fic at Severs Drug Store Subscribe today A Picture of Father arid Mother How it would delight your children how it would please your friendsI Brabandt Studio Cloverpbrt Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday Insurance Written Either Fire or Life I take acknowledgements to all kinds of papers deeds mortgages etc All kinds of affidavits 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 Partnership Agreements accurately prepared Wo do business anywhere and in all the courts andour office is equipped with legal documents of all descriptions V G Babbage Atty Cloverport Ky Notice That resolutions of respect are publishedat 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter Leave For Western Home Dear Mr Babbage I want to say that we are leaving today for Wichita Cans We feel sad to leave our friend for we certainly had some and thank them so much for their kindness shown us the few years we were in Cloverport I can say there is no better people and while I am absent I want you to re member that my thoughts and prayers are with you Pray for me that we may meet in Heaven there to part no more Sincerely W F Gilllland Apr1141910The away of Mr and Mrs Gil lilaeds family from Cloverport has aused regret by their many friends here They Are indeed fine folks and were so well liked in this place If the best is not too good for you ewisport Bost flour is the flour jjtou ought to use Sold by J H Gardner Wanted your veal calves lambs faj pigs poultry eggs butter hides wpol and cotton Irvington Produce Co NOTICE When sending a news item to this If- flee please make it as brief as possible sio we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items tf nterest Editor NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE But They DO Much Y r i f They help to rent and sell real 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 Business j UTry a Brookonridgo News Want Ad s Tho fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Write Call or Telephone j If not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 Wo willjtell yW the cost antI you can mail stamps or call when convenient j a I I iiii r A Storekeeper SaysA lady came into my store lately and said 4 II have been using a New Perfection Oil CookStove all winter in my apartment I want one now for my summer home I think these oil stoves are wonderful If only women knew what a comfort they are they would all have one I spoke about my stove to a lot of my friends and they were astonished They thought that there was smell and smoke from an oil stove and that it heated aroom just like any other stove 1 told them of my experience and one after another they got one and now not one of them would give hers up for five times its cost The lady who said this had thought quicklyheatingkettle of water or to make coffee quickly in the morning but she never dreamed of using it for difficult or heavy cooking Nowshe knows NewPerfectionmore coal to carry no more coming to the dinner table to tired out that you cant eat lust light a Perfection Stove and Immediately the heat from on Intense blue flame shoots up to the bottom of pot kettle oroven But the room Unt heated There Is no smoke no ellno outside heat no drudgery In the kitchen where one of these stoves Is used f NeW Per eefiKLUE FJLAMT Oil Cookstoves It has a Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot The finish with the bright blue of the chimneys the stove ornamental and attractive Made with 1 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stove had with or without Cabinet Every dealer everywhere If not at yours write for Descriptive to nearest agency of Standard Oil Company Incorporated I TOBINSPORTl Held over from last week J S England was in Evansville last week visiting his family Mr and Mrs Curt Ryan returned from Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Fred Laner aro the proud parents of another little son Chas Esarey has moved in Min- IlI Leafs house on the hill Miss Winchell closed her school last week on account of whoop ing cough- L S Sanders filled his regular pointment at the Baptist church Sun dayAlex Ahl lost a valuable young horse with distemper last week Polk had a fine mare to die laiweek very suddenly She ap peared to be paralyzed o Miss Grace Tate came down from I Lou sville Sunday to visit her sister 0Mrs Fred Laner o Roy Suddarth and Miss Ethel have gone to Illinois to spend the sum 6mar with relatives Mrs Starling Tindles daughter aged eighteen months died Sunday r Cautionary Note Be sure you net this stovesee that the nameplate reads New Perfection nickel makes can be Circular the the L Della ap = sister I near Tar Springs and was brought here Monday for burial Hal Weatherholt is expecting a Ste ger Sons piano which he purchased while in Nashville from his brother Turner MrsT H Payne received last Tuesday a Steger Son piano which she purchased for her daughter Miss Beatrice It has been very dry and dusty and the showers that fell the first of the Week were most welcome W S Leaf sold a fine span of mules to Pete Klein for the sum of 100 If the best is not too good for you Ijewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your daugglst for them Watch For the Green Cards I If you get a little green card this reIturnthe little green card and you must i I feel slighted if you do not get one mor l u r AkGAVOCKS Held over from last week Albert N man was In Clover pyri Friday Miss Helen Uallmun is on the sick listMr and Mrs John Knight spent Wetlnebuay tin uosts ul tina wiuu 1 i tcr Ms HUh GIs near lsitrvlr Misses Nora Hallie and Nellie tatty entertained with music Saturday oven ing Those present were MisCs Jarv arii losle Urovvp Snllie Kntglt Tresio and Agnes Crenshaw Mes r Willie ami Heron Jinos John Knight Lon JJrowp Wave SitmtiH Mort and Jack Punfphrey Richard Newman Joy Realty Thomas and liimnett Cren shaw All enjoyed a pleasant evening Mrs Mary Murray visited Mrs Lon Simmons 14 bay afternoon If the best Is nut tint good ffor you Lewicport BUST lloqr is the Hour you ought to use 1 he Demon Of The Air iis tin nerni of Lagrippe ilutl breathed in bring suffering to tlioimmuls Its after eff cln are weakness lie VI usness lack of appetite energy urrlambition with disoiderrdlivirHml kidney The grehteit IIc1 then in Electric Hitteis the splendid tonic blood purifier and regultttor IIf of Stomach Liver und Kidney TliimmuxU IIHVC lpiov d that th y wondefnllyst euullieu the nerves build up the systtm mid restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If stiff rug try tlum Onl SOl Perfect satisfaction muanieed by Severs Drug Co BIG SPRING Held over from last week Rev G E King and daughter Miss Lee spent Saturday and Sunday at Ouster B S Clprksoii was home Saturday and Sunday- J H Meador is ill with grippe Miss Grace Stith left Sunday for Illinois to join her motner and brother Mrs Kell Moorman spent several days in Louisville last week with her son Raymond Mrs E A Strother and daughter Miss Zelmi are at home again after a three months visit at Louisville and OwensboroMisses Miller and Maud Scott spent Thursday at Flaherty Winlleld Scott has gone to Frankfort where he has a position Mrs J D Meador has returned from a two works1 visit to her daughter at West Point Fred Richardson who has been with his parents for several months has re turned from California Miss Ermine Cox who taught a two months school at Custer has returned bo no If the best is not too good for you Lewisport 1JEST flour is the flour you ought to use A licHlthy mm is a king off Mi owjj right ati unhealthy man is an unhnppy slave Burdock Blood Biters bull l1 up soused health keeps you we- ltROSITTA Hold over front last week Mr nnd Mrs J W Mercer and dau ghter Miss Annie spent Sunday with MI T CImppel and family Owen Cannon and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with his grand father J W Cannon J O Willis of Kingswood is visiting his son J W Willis Charlie King went to Leitchfield last week on business- J R Cannon and Everett Bnsham have exchanged tarots Cannon paying ojO difference Miss Ruth Board spent last week with her sister Mrs Preston Milburn at CusterMiss Aline Ross visited Mrs Glen Board Sunday Mrs C W Kasey and little grand daughter Kathleen Cannon spent Sun day with her sister Mrs S McCoy Miss Etila Chappell spent a few days last week at Irvington visiting Mrs H B Head If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Onlldron Cry FOR FLETCHERS HOLT Held over from last week Mr and Mrs Walter Barboe of Clovei port were the quests of Mr and Mrs George IfaliBunday Mrs Maggie DuwellI and daughter Ftyof Atiimons were the guests of Mrn Chas Maysey Sunday Messrs Kirby Uowell find Owen May seywere the guests of Misses Ada anti and Arias Merrill Sunday Messrs Stoy Huwkings and Frank Johnson were the guests of Misses E3the- aml Ruth Hull Sunday Tom Sitters was the guest of Miss Flora Mitysey Sunday Mrs Will Ahl and children expect to leave Sitnrday for Owensboro for a weeks stay Mrs Sarah McCoy of Henderson was the guest of W M Hull last week Claud Suters of Tobinsport was the 1A9d1eua kA1AYy HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY In to the public breeding stock for 1910 we can say that never before have we been able to oiler our such advantages an wo can this time We purchased Highland Glenworth season before last nnd ho is rccognmd as of the purest bred stallions in America It a large investment to bring such stock as this to our county und v e foci that the farmers should their of our florts to im prove tho stock of county by their patronage Our service fees are tiro smallest for this class of stock ever offered to the people Your careful consideration of claim on yourI patronage will he highly appreciated HIGHLAND GLENWORTH American Saddle Horse Breeders No 3196 t For Highland Glenworth wo have only to say that ho is the highest styled truest acting finest finished and richest bred saddle stallion familiar with highland Dan n irk Mite Oristo Blajk 811 Uhesbar Dirj vvthat each was o Notice CASTORIA rn L I IWEEKLY I Courier= JournalS WATTERSON Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints nil tho nerve without fear or favor The regular is 100 u year but you cull get the WEKKLYCOURIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge News Both One Year forII i you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 Sunday CourierJournal ear 200 We can give you a combination cut rateon Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper SIll guest of Miss Pearl Ahl Sunday Dun Matheny of Stepheusport was to see Iris mother Sunday George IIill inns purchased H fine cow from K 0 Perkins Mrs Mary Hanks of Stephensport iU with her daughter Mrs Chas this week Little James Ahl1 is on the sick list Robert Obirnes family trace the whoopii K cough cawrI from R A Orfborne this week Ruie Hawkins of tobinsport sold to Pat Greenwood last week 76 hushells of corn getting rcaiy to plant corn ChiKdron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA J GARFIELD Held over from last week The of the Presbyterian church here at Garfied are going to or ganize a Sunday school Clarle Brock is superintenedent Everybody fs invited to attend and help in a goodcause Next Saturday and Sunday which is the 3rd Saturday and Sunday the Gar field Baptist church will call a pastor then they will organize Sunday school as soon as they get a pastor JaneBrunerso Miss Ruth can enter school to learn telegraphyDr bach has moved to our town We welcome him and his family He will help build up our town- I am billed for the first white excursion that comes along to Louisville If the hest is not too good for you Lewisport Best lour is the Hour you ought to use u + MIMdWiANtMW l ilttAllAMO JfJWtIIW ol A VN lrA A 11iliw oMY1i N1MeiaYlAearo9iedM + YiO iY +A1r1 VFd a aAWAlii BEARD BROS BREEDING STOCKI 1M offering our pnrtrona one requires appreciation our liberal our Association would Horsemen lllllurd thef HENRY EDITOR price SP Maysey Uverybidy members f I tat champion money of the buy ring and also of the stud in his day N other stallo i living or load can claim all those great horses for lineal sires und Highland Glenwortlfs dam grand dam and great grand dam ot wore all noted marcs productions from mating by tho shrewdest horsemen over known to Kentucky It is no surprise that HighlandI Glonworth is one of tbe leading tires of tho country as nothing the hottest blood courses his veins and no cold cross anywhere in hit pedigree to crop out in colt butIIPEDIGREE Highland Glonworth is a blood bay stallion 0 hands highi black point foaled 1902 sired by Highland Denmark 730 by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74 out of Black Eagle was by King VVil Kitty Richards Mollie vas t y Gilt ies Higfilmhri out of Bsttio 11ithI4nry D inn uk 73C WitS out of Miss Gravy by Dave Akin 775 by Richmond of of Wagnor7jr FSdaiTAnne tto Leo 1385 by Black Squirrel 58 nomad dan Nanoj Lea 470 by Manta Ctisto 59 13 Montrom 100 out of Fannie Giltner 59 third drub Nannie rk Akin 775 fourth dam NannieKs f IofdaUghtcr to farm a few of tho best mares in Breckinridgo county to breed to Highland Glenworth and will be glad to negotiate with owners of highclass brood1111110S See us as soon its JaltII20 to insure a living colt Important 150 SPORTING BOY hoooIIA rod sorrelstallion foaled in 1900 small star and little white on inside of left hind ankle This is a grand stallion of greatstylo good and beautiful color Ho is 16J hands high and well proportioned and weighs 1300 pounds Ho tins the very best feet and legs and is as of tho characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark families of Ho isbred as any saddle stallion in America Ho combines many Kentucky by wollIIOwns Boy Jiwno is by My Owns Boy and his dam iis Belle Slaughter 382 N S II R Vol 1 My Owns Boy is by tho grandly hrcd Own No 1521 who was by Artist Go and out of Lady Graves 57 who was by Mont Rose 100 Artist was by tho renowned King William who was by Washington Denmark Gl King William sired Black Eagle 74 who sired Black Squirrot53 who is famous as a sire of stYle told good qualities throughout Kentucky semi Tennessee II i iI lI SPOUTING BOYS daml is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 who hits moro premiums to his credit than any stallion in- his Iday and had for his siro King Denmark and dam by Bollvor thj Sporting Boys second darn was by Warren Chief ho by Cabels Lexing ton who was ono of the most noted sires und show stallions lentuky over had Cabots Lexingtons dart was by old Tom UnJ the founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky und Tennessee a- J His second dam was hy Old Copporhottom who was one of the founders of saddle horses in Kontl1clty and Tennessee Sporting Boy not only possesses the blood line but has all the qualities in action and beauty lb is a saddle horse from u walk to allgaits and in a trot ho is n trotter and in II rack ho is a wonder Ho is absolutely sound and has proven a sure breeder Sporting Boy will Inakei111e season of 1910 at 1250 to insure a living colt BLACK JOE BIack Joe isa coal black Jack with white nose and will make the season at same place Terms 8 to insure a colt to stand up and suck J These horses will stand the season of 1910 at our stable near the depot at Hardinsburg Ky Money is duo when mare iis traded or parted with A lion retained on colt for payment of same All caro taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not respjnsiblo should any occur ft n 1VIfI ow W MltA A M h p t n 1- I tc Ji THE BRECKENRIUGE NEWS JNO D BABBAtiE SON PUBLISHING CO Issued rSvory Wednesday Subscription Preo 100 a your in advance CAIlDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate or 5 cents per line mono in advance R Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as their new address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPOET KY WEDNESDAY APR 13 1910 I withll The press too paid me its respects Reporters seized avidity on all scraps of news about me put my pictures in the paper standing up and sitting down At last they have found that after all I am only a wan I was glad to see all this It was not done for me but for the glory of the church and I re joice ouer it I certainly haue been well advertised =Bishop ODonaghue Uncle Joe Cannon landed in Illinois ho said with just 50 cents i hihispocket and a sheep skin Ho rented an office and secured boarding on credit lIe sat in his office for two months with that sheep skin hanging on the wall but not a client came He got mad one tcdllY smashed the diploma and threw it out the door from that time on he says business began to come to him This is a story ho told some University students who called on him in Washington After all there is little in a diploma it is all in the man I There is no better timber in this State for Governor than Col 1 lien Johnson He will bring to that ollico more system and business than any Governor for years Ho is a financial success himself f economical conservative n man of high character a lawyer of known t ability and a Congressman that is making his mark Why shouldnt he make a good Governor of Kentucky 1 He will And the thing for the Democrats to do is to nominate him and elect him j C C Howard editor of The Hodgcnville Herald has recently i suffered a severe burn on his right hand from the use of gasoline Mr Howard is not able to write but hopes to bo back at his desk by i t the fifth of May the twentyfifth anniversary of his good paper to What are you doing and saying about our County Fair Better i get busy right now We know one young lady who is already mak ing a quilt for it The women and girls of this connty should get in terested Dosomething make something for the Fairt Last week we urged water works and a fire engine for Clover port turdriow we join others in the cry for an iice plant If any manor t company starts the ice business for this city they may be assured of one customer at least 1 Our lettuce onions radishes and asparagrass are just lineso fresh and crisp Jno D Rockefeller dont enjoy his money half as J much as wo do our garden Wo have corn and potatoes up and a L tine stand of strawberries i The growing little city of Irvington is figuring on water works and an electric light plant Nothing will give that town a greater i boost besides these things are essential to health comfort and pro tection 1 Congratulations are extended to The Elizabethtown News that r celebrated its twentyninth anniversary last Friday Wo havo been preaching water works and lights for this town for a third of a century Still wo havo hopes The untorrifiod Democracy is in line and headed for the White House in 1012 A good manly farmers havo finished1 planting corn Wheat looks fine Did you plant that tree HARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs Frank Hardin of Cabool Missouri are here for a few weeks visit to Mr and Mrs John Alexander J B F Beard returned last week from his annual winter visit to Florida W B Arnold of Brandenburg hasII closed n two weeks work here in the in terest of The Woodmen of Amerca He secured a number of new members for the local organization At lye school debate Friday afternoon 1 Womans Suffrage led by Henry Chambliss won It was closely contest ed the opposition being led by Sam I MonarchIHewitt Dix of the High School George Shelman of the Graded School j and a number of the Normal students c spent Saturday and Sunday at their I i homes in this and Meade counties lastiI week to F E Yates and Mary L Manning J and Nat T White and Etta Wil labySupt Driskell on account of having to be in Bowling Green May 46 has reset the date of the meeting of County Board of Education It will meet Mon day May 9th instead of the 7th as atI first expected Dr Mather aud James Durham were 1 guests ofJainesSt Clair at Webster ij j H A 3I- tjA Sunday Dr Mather preached Sunday morning and night at Webster i Hon John P Haswell iu winning another title on account of his duties as special judge in Judge Chelf s place i Mr Haswell went to Leitchfield last week to preside over the Circuit CourtI Prof Wm Martin lectured at Bells school house Saturday night On the night of the 16th he will lecture at Garfield and one week later at IrvI ington Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot of Clo verport were guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard Sunday i The Stock Company owning the German Coach stallion Oskar tiring of the joint ownership sold him at public auction on Main street Saturday Dr J H Hart of McDaniels secured him for 200 A few years ago he was pur chased by the Company for something like 2400 Circuit Court Clerk Lee Walls was in Cloverport Friday and Saturday Dent Brown is here from Hopkins viile for a few days visiting Both he and his son Victor have positions at the Hopkinsville asylum Miss Mary Haynes visited her sister Mrs W H Legrandat Garfield Sun day Mr and Mrs Sam Henninger of Westview were guests of Mr and Mrs Milton Board Sunday Mrs Kenning J jti Jtti r I w r rd w w w Green Leaves and Their Messages 1 From The Girls Department of The CircleApril Number Old you ever sit in the firelight and talk with your mother as though she 3were a girl friend A little while back she was a girl just like yourself she hadexperiences of joy and disappoint ments the same kind that come to you Learning the way she passed through them will help you to take hold and let go of those which fall in your path Get your mother to tell you about the sweetest dream the greatest happening of her life Not long ago mother told me most interestingly about the oldfashioned Southern Garden at grandfathers home and about the morning of a late Easter that she walked within its gates She said the garden looked ns if a rainbow brilliant and gorgeous had fallen pon it Each flower had resur rected into perfect beauty and spring had transformed every bush into mag nificent creations of art and colors Wonderful beyond all else however were the green leaves and their wise and beneficient messages From the pansy leaf came this Be patient with little children and set before them a thenfour oclock flower cried outIIValue the opportunity that is nearest your hand work or play with all your might Do not idle away your time in mere planning The primrose leaf whis pered softlyaaBe peaceful keep your nerves still The poppy leaves offer ed the following suggestionaPlne not for the pleasures away from you enjoy thoroughly those you have health seeing and hearing The er is remaining in town this week with friendsWanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry eggs butter hides wool and cotton Irvlngnon Produce Co Mrs John E Kincheloe and son Robert and her mother Mrs Moor man are visiting relatives at St Joseph Mo Mrs Nora Board of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Chas Beard a few daysJudge Moorman addressed the Normal this morning his subject being Civil Government He will address the public school tomorrow The cold snap of last week did not in jure the fruit prospect H O McClatchey of Louisville was brought here Friday and lodged in jail II chargedwith allowing gambling on his premises at Irvington J L Pool contractor of Kirk is building a dwelling on Main street for Mrs Marcella Sheeran Horace McCoy of Union Star was in town Monday If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner No false pretense has marked theI career of Elys Cream Balm Being entirely harmless it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virture of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimonyof thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists f0c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Streetjj New York COURT NEWS The Fiscal Court composed of County Judge L L Waggoner and Magis trates G A Wright of McQuady G J N Harris of Cloverport S H Dlx of Stephensport John N Akers of Irv ington Samuel Slaughter of Madrid and Burrell A Whittinghill of Glen deane met on Tuesday of last week and closed a four days session on Fri day afternoon The court is composed of Republican members except in the cases of Messrs Harris and Dix The McDaniels district elected Frank Dean Democrat but upon his failure to quali fy Gov Willson appointed Mr Whitt inghill Their first meeting was char acterized by harmonious businesslike procedure Each seems profoundly Interested and determined to do what he believes to be the best for the people ofI the county They started out with the same lach of paijtizanship that was ob servable in Judge Moormans courts they too gave the public printing to both the county papers thereby letting the greatest number of people learn the courts acts and not turning all tho ex penditure for this work to their own party organ For this this the people are grateful and will feel that fairness is attempted toward the whole people instead of favoritism for a part Claims aggregating 894 were allowed for sheep killed and injured by dogs Deliquents in tax settlements were al lowed the sheriff in his settlement for taxes as follows First Djsty 152 Sec ond fist 167 Third Dist 119 Fourth Dist 93 Fifth Dist136 Sixth Dist I Ji b A JU a a I InI learning of the names of all the trees and kindness to the litllc birds They begged that all bread crumbs be saved and never to throw an apple core in the fire The rose leaf most eagerly advis ed that when becoming disappointed in one person not to lose faith Th all others It added liThe shades of all roses cannot be ascertained by the color of one bud The leaves of the violets moved about among themselves saying thatHIt is better to heed advice be fore passing it The dainty forget menot leaf was most earnest in its re quest to remember kindness always to be ever grateful for loving thoughts from those around us The daisy leaves were gay reminders of happi nesstlDo not take life too seriously were their admonitions- In toe far corner of the garden was a beautiful Easter lily graceful and gen tle in the extreme Its message was to the soul and related to mother the story of the AllWise Love Neglect not your spiritual training commune daily with the Great Giver of life and love and promise That was mothers dream just a dream But it caused an awakening a resurrection of dead intentions that meant so much for the good of her future May we you and I be aroused from our dreams May we have pure wholesome thoughts determined am bitions and a clearer deeper understanding of the significance of the Easter season and the green leaves A Louise Babbage It 1161 All delinquents are ordered to work upon the public roads to pay the amount of their delinquency It was ordered that all erroneous as sessments be hereafter referred to the County Judge who will make correc tionsIt was ordered that no new bridges be built upon new sites this year All salaries of county officials and em ployes were ordered to remain the same as last year and to be paid in the same way The magistrates stood three and three for dispensing with free labor up on the public highways for the year Judge Waggoner voted to continue the I free labor hence ft will remain as here toforeThe county levy of 18 cents on the hundred dollars and a poll of 1 50 were continued The 25 cent road and bridge fund is din Ided giving 10 cents to roads and 15 cents Abridges Four days work upon public roads are required except in emergencies when whaiever is necessary must be given Dr John E Kincheloe was elected pauper physician for four years William Wheeler was elected poor house keeper for four years beginning Jan 1 1911 Judge Wm Ahl was elected Com missioner and Receiver of Breckenridge county for four years and John P Has well was elected for the same term to be Commissioner and Receiver of the Railroad Tax District Later it was carried all officers elect a ed by the court hold office two years in stead of four as at first A new floor was ordered for the County Clerks office and i repairing of the fence around the court house The school levy is 20 cents on the 100 with a poll tax of 1 fur each voter Resolutions We the members of the Elizabeth town Kentucky bar recognizing in the Hon John P Haswell Jrbf the Hard insburg bar who has been Special Judge of the Hardin Circuit Court at its March 1010 term a lawyer of more than ordinary ability a man of great modesty and reserve but firm and dignified and whose purpose was to do the right in nil his rulings as he saw the right and one whose courteous and gentlemanly bearing toward the mem bers of this bar court officials and all persons having business at this court have been appreciated by all and made it pleasant for all do resolve as follows First That if in the future at any time it becomes necessary for this court I A HOME OF PALMS AND FLOWERS Peruna the III I OilyII MedicinethatI Ever r Entered 3this 3 j jI I lame 1I111J n ii i4zi r MM I Suffered with Kidney Trouble Mr Robert H Norris CC6 East 11th St East Oakland Oal writes Wo have never had any other medicine but Poruna in our homo since c wo havo been married- I suffered with kidney and bladder trouble but two months treatment with Feruna made me a well and strong man My wife felt weak and was easily tired and was also troubled with var c ions pains but since she took Porunu sho is well and strong We are both very grateful to you and gladly do we give this unsoj Melted testimonial feeling that It Is the least we can do In return for what Pcruna has done for us WAN J Catarrh Entirely Relieved Mr Ira Honnoy Fairfield Freestone Co Texas writes tal am completely cured of all symptoms of catarrh- I can truly say that Poruna is the best medicine I ever saw I will always recommends Peruua to all my friends for catarrh Ito be presided over by a special Judge we hope and ask the Governor of this Commonwealth to reappoint said Hon John P Haswell Jf to fill the position for us Second That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the order books of this Court that a copy be furnished each of our county papers for publication and a copy be sent to the Gover nor of Kentucky D M Cooper J D Irwin R L Stith Jas Montgomery J W Boyd L A Fnurest Fletcher Irwin S H Bush H L James G K Holbert C E Morgan J R Layman W A Burry J C Poston EHzabethtown Mirror Extremely Beautiful The Breckenridge News has received handsome calendar in green and Catarrh of Head Mr 0 Halloek Antwerp Ohiowrltes JIt My daughter Alllo after akin three bottles of your Peruna is ontiral cured of catarrh of tho head of tw years standing Wo recommend Pei runa to anybody who has catarrh thePerunaI white from the Ohio Valley TieSomJ 11thisi the high character of this firm Henderson Route Notes Annual Session Ancient Order Of The Mysj tic Shrine New Orleans La f Reduced fares from Cloverport M New Orleans and return April 801011 For further information call on agent One way Second and mixed clas c louists fates to California end tlu north west March 1st to April 15 Will Visit Mrs Randell Miss Cross whose father is candidate for Governor of Wyoming an Miss Browning of Douglas Wyomin will visit Mr and Mrs James B Rant daB of Louisville In juneIi I 1t rss eas er 4 Judge Moorman Permanently Located in Home County Hardinsburg Ky April 5 1910 I TO MY FRIENDS AND CLIENTS I have seen several notices in the Louisville papers a nd T 1 practfcolawi this shortly after the expiration of my term aa County Judge and I was undecided as to whether I would remain hero or go practiceI ability highlyhonoredin official capacitylI havo furnished offices in tho Masonic building and will gladly welcome my friends and clients in my new quarters I have often boon asked as to my future I take this means of temporariJYJoclltod t H DeH MOORMAN Hardlnsburg Kentucky n EVERY FARMER=As well as every business mUll should have a hank account WRY I iBee ifiIj 8 e paying your bycbeck simplest and most convenient method ttijjm Your check becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays Vv li rl iIt gives you a bettor standing with business men C C Fr Money in tho bank strengthens your credit V f 1Thisf l Your bank book is a record of your business Syi i- To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank wq extend our Sorvicosf iI l The dank of Hardinsburg Trust Co i Hardinsburfc Kji I i t D n c h ww jtij r I A Reliable Reme- dyCATARRH lSFOR Ffh riSRIi o Elys Cream Balm 1fEVER haP Is quickly absorbed 11 6l et Relief at Once It cleanses soothes jrotectsLbe brane reuniting from Catarrh and drives away a CoM in thelload quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size SO cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid Cream Balm for use In atomizers 75 els Ely Brothers CO Wnrron Street New York T5he Breckenridge News QQWEDNESDAVAPR 13 1910 y fj LANU PERSONAL LOCAL i New shoes and now stylo nt Sippels Jeff Dillon of Hardinsburg was hereff j Su day fers Sallie Gross of Holt was here Saturday Shoes and prices that suit everybody at Sippels J Elegant white shirt waists at Mrs Cordreys t Mfr and Mrs Walter Marlow have I moved to Texas I Arthur Beard of Hardinsburg was J I v here Saturday f Shoes that give comfort and wear i well at SippelsII Miss Bessie Mitchell spent Sunday at her home at Holt Dr Ray Boone will arrive from New Haven this week J Attorney V G Babbagu was in aHawesville MondnytI Largest line of post cards in the cityC t at Browns Confectionery Mrs Carl Benton and childrenwent to Stephensport last week Mrs John Brown of Lodiburg hast been the guest of Mrs Fitch r Stanley Brown has arrived here from Ekron to spend the summer If you want your clothes cleaned andJJ s pressed well Ben Davis can do it Circuit Clerk Lee Walls of Hardins burg was in this city Saturdayt 3t Miss Evelyn Hicks will receive a new line of summer millinery this week h Misses Carrie and Claudia Pate spent lOoJ Saturday and Sunday in Louisvillet Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch and son nA James spent Sunday in Hawesville I11 Handsome Milan braids just received i rolat Miss Evelyn Hicks millinery parlor Miss Watson will go to Hawesville Sunday to be the guest of Miss Cooper Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Ysl Hjckman will arrive this week to visit I relatives tr C J Cox of New Bethel this C 1county sells the famous Lewisoort It BEST ourft 8Snidera Beans 1234 cents a can will Itgo ut cost this and next week Browns ConfectioneryWillis of Falls of Rough and OT Skillman of this city spent Sun II day in Louisville 11 Mrs Chas F Bradt of Brooklyn N Y is the guest of her sister Mrsc 111 i Francis MJSmlth Mr and Mrs Frank Storms and baby d had a pleasant time in Cannelton SunI day with relatives John Lymer and family of Kirk went to Glendeane Saturday to visit his brother Jake Layman Rev Edwin H Graves will preach his farewell sermon Sunday at the Lucile Memorial1 church Mrs Flora Cole of Terre Haute Ind who is visiting Mrs Jesse Isomc went to Fatesville last week Have phone in Office and Residence and horse at command and can go on any train DC RufYerty The Rev Mr Farmer held services at the Baptist church Sunday evening and had a large congregation- Ben Davis the cleaner and presser is located in the rear of Dr Lightfoots building where he can be found at nil timesMr nnd Mrs Wilbur Gregory ant baby Francis Lee of Louisville were here Sunday tile guests of Mrs Thos Bohler Mr and Mrs David W Fairleigh ol Louisville are in Chicago to spend a fortnight with their daughter Miss Florence Allen Fairleigh Mrs Harmon Blaine and daughter Pauline and Mrs Fred Hawkins of Stepheusport were the guests of Mrs Nathaniel Tucker Sunday W E Adams went to Webster Saturday to visit relatives Mr Adams has been section foreman on the Hen derson Route for over 20 years and a good oney Mrs Ira DeHaven and son Gervis Stone DeHnven who have been spend ing the last week with Mrs File De Haven have gone to St Louis to live with relatives The Big Shoe Sale will begin at Julian H Browns April 15 and run 60 days The largest line of good shoes offered at cost No rubbish to out all new and uptodate stock STEPHENSPORT rMrs M L Roberts and Miss Pauline Moorman have returned from a few days stay in Louisville Miss Mabel Moorman and Miss Bertha Johnson of Yelvington were guests of Miss Pauline Moorman last week Mrs S H Dix was in Hardinsburg SaturdayR Smith is in Louisville this week Mrs Sarah McCoy of Henderson is guest of her Faster Mrs R A SmithHewitt Dix came home from Hard insburg and spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs S H DlxMiss Ida Dutschke of Holt was in town Saturday Miss Marion Dix was the guest of Miss Laura Hugh Watlington Saturday SundayWanted your veal calves lambs fat pigs poultry egss butter hides wool and cotton Irvin ton Produce Co MrsGeorge McCubbins is improving She has been confined to her room for several days with a very painful foot caused from running a nail in it Mrs Lum Canada and little son Harold Conn of Henderson are guests her aunt Mrs R A Smith Mrs John Weisenberger of Clover was in town Saturday shopping Smith Hanks new livery stable will soon be completed and ready for I businessMrs Sills has returned from LouisvilleMr Mrs Frank Bryant of Holt were guests of her mother Mrs Iettie RobinsonMiss Payne way the quest of Miss Lelah Hawkins Saturday night Mr and Mrs Harland Morgan and children have returned from the cOlin try Mr Morgans health has Improved some The ladles of the M E church will give an ice cream supper Saturday nightMrs Belle Crawford is expected home soon from Mississippi where she spent the wfntet with her son John If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to us- eLouisville flarket Report Louisville April 13 1010Speclal WheatNo2 Red and Longberry 8115 117 CornNo2 white 04 OatsNo2 mixed 4- 5EggsMarket qultccase count 193 candled 203- 4PoultryHens 15 and lOc per lbj roosters HCj young chickens 20 300 ducks Me turkeys 18c geese 7- CHosfops 1065 pigs 865 roughs 80 85 down Sheep and Lambs Best fall lambs J800 fat sheep 67c Useful Meat Chopper The moat chopper will soon save more thud Its cost by enabling one to use cheaper cuts of meat and to utilize leftover meats Haw beef run tlmnifli It Is a pleasant thauge from plant steal It should he well seasoned with salt and pepper before chopping and should have a little fat mixed with the lean Drop the little rolls just as they come from the perforated plate of the chopper on a very hot pan with a lit tle butter Stir lightly a moment or two and serve quickly on a lint plate To use remnants of roasts steak or any nice cooked meat put them through the chopper and mix with un equal measure of breadcrumbs Sun son with salt and pepper Some per sons may like herbs Moisten with any gravy or stock you may have or with cream mating a little more moist than you would dressing for poultry Put In a skillet or thick pan cover closely with a plate and bake In the oven un til well hutted Twenty minutes or half an hour Is about right After n few trials possibly the first time anyone may succeed In making this very nicely Another favorite way of us ing meat especially cooked ham Is to cut It in small pieces heat lightly and break over it one egg for each person to be served When the eggs begin to set cut across them and stir carefully so as to 1preserve the distinct yellow and white of the eggs Serve at once What She Was Flossie and Mnbel touring the country on one of the famous seeItItou can excursions were tramping the streets of New Orleans A comely brunette of delicate complexion nnd stately carriage swung graciously by themFlossie excitedly nodding toward her whispered loudly Oh look Ma bell There goes one of them beautiful octagons Huh exclaimed Mabel what a goosle you are Flossie dear That Isnt what they call them nt nil She Is a pronounced nectarine Success Matmzlne Goods I have a Wash of all now for inspection Readymade also a big Underwear Ladies Readymade Skirts Wash Suits A all colors to r b + I War t s1 I I + + Fur SaleTurkey Eggs 1 earnSFor Sale Safety Oil FOR SALBMuRlc iiftity Coal Oil lKloui Mud itt Mere rs Wat r Mill Wanted Teams VANTKl IViiniM for Imullnir Umbur IK TT ml us from Htopbrnsport Will guy woof prlco to tint right kind of m n and toutns Stoplaunsprt1y Miscellaneous WUllttd upplu tree bodles bur pnrWculur prluiM write or cull uu Chas A ITInlu Stopliuiinport Ky For SaleII Fire and Burglar Proof Safe FOIL SAGEII KlruunU Hur clur Proof Qafi YuultInllliJlprlc6mooFor SaleTwo Houses and Lots pOU SALETwo houses anti lots In res- tpence1trtof1 prices reason able Lolflrt IL JOLLY Irvington Ky For SalelIotet UItpllroperty particularsBtuphensport Ky LV A rdJefALI- NEFOUNTAIN PENS IIAT PRICES TO SUITII I Severs Drug Co I C J Sandclay Roads In Kansas Sandclay roads are made of those two materials and in some parts of the south are held to be for particular re glows at least more practicable than macadam This construction is now being introduced In the sand hill coun try of Kansas where the sandy roads have develop ment by Imposing grent difficulty on the transportation of farm products Garden City which is In tho sandy country solved the transportation problem by building a sand clay road through the hills south of that city Before this road was built farmers had to haul their grain more than twenty live miles l y a roundabout way In order to reach a market is only ten or twelve miles distant The property owners of Hutchinson and McPherson are now considering the open lug of a big territory that has been handicapped by heavy sand hill roads Subscribe ROSETTA Miss Eva Springate was the guest Ladies Ready I can Carpets Matting Rugs best a Ejt0I J II L10 p01 JIp Ready for Cleaning 0- a 0 0 China and Jap Mattingd Carpets Rugs Curtains Curtain and Floor Oil- Cloth o 0 Tacks Tack Hammers Pullers For outside cleaning E J White Wash Brushes o 0 n IUI BROEJI E IIti 10 Lri0Itt0 JI 0 n tr 4Y JY YrL Dip Your Hogs and Sheep t LIONS IMPORTED DIP And Feed Lions Worm Powders Best Money can Powders 250 and IWorm Galvanized 500I130 5 or more IW SONSI J SONSJ t 1 Hardinsburg Kentucky f 4T J of Miss May Ross Saturday and Sun and Mrs R 13 spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W WillisMr and Mrs Floyd visited her parents Mr and Mrs Wm T of Fisher president of the F E and C U of A was in this a few days week on I It is Now Time to Think About Your Spring Suit I you want to uptodate see Alexander about it I handle the Celebrated Kirsch IF baum Clothes Every suit all wool no cotton or in these and at prices that you will have to pay elsewhere for inferior clothes Come early and get the good things I have the most complete and uptodate of goods of all kinds ever brought to Irvington and an in spection of my stock aitd prices will convince you of the fact Dont delay but come early and first choice Dress complete of White Goods Goods Suitings and woolen Goods kinds ready Laces and- Embroideries Shirt Waists line of Muslin complete and Wanted Irvington agricultural that counties to Wear Hats Dont forget them as save you moneyon them prices from 100 to 500 Ingrain Carpets from 25c to the flatting from lOc to 25c yard 111 Spring Lace Swiss Scrin Tack Inn n ij lfllt I t- I =WITHI Them Dr The Buy I I Heavily gal 100 gals Tanks I I I f- L dayMr Hardaway Triplett King- N Mercer neighborhood last buy clothes shoddy suits line get the line line hindered ShoesI 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 glad to have you call and see my line I businessRev Kellof Kingswood preached Sunday morning and evening at the Methodist church Misses Eula and Ada Claycomb of Irvington visited Miss Eula Chappell SundayIf best is not toacood for you Lcwisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use I r EDF y ALEXANDER Irvington r KJ r= y r 0 4- g I u + rr rdTat+ iAP s e 4 u av i r 1 9i r J t ii r4 + O NN 4I 6 iYTIbei Lureef t i i MN + + 4 w- VIICHAPTER THE TOSS OF A COIN I ILLAKD made an inexcusably H careless shot He grounded his cue and stood back from the table That was the way ev erything seemed to goat tennis at squash at fencing at billiards it was all tho same 1 say Jack whats the matter with you anyhow 1 asked Merrlhew out of patience It was bad Hlllard agreed Perhaps I am not taking tho interest in the game that I formerly took And when I make a proposition pursued Merrlhew to ride to the Cat skills and back something you would have Jumped at a year ago you shake your head Think of It By George you had a bully time last year You swore It was the best trip we ever took on the horses Wheres your spirit of adventure Im sure I dont know where It Is Shall wo finish the gone Not if youre going to throw It like this declared Merrlhcw Ten and n string against your half a string said Illllard studying the score Ill bet a bottle that I beat youDone said Merrlhew Being on his mettle he wade a clean score of twenty live to go I can see you pay Ing for that check1 1nIk But the odds tingled1 Ilillards blood lie settled down to a brilliant play nnd turned sixtyone In beautiful form Later the two passed upstairs to the secluded alcove Merrlhew tilled the glasses with the nil of one who would like to pass the remainder of his days doing the same thing not that he WU- IiuIrfoud but each bottle temporarily weeded out that crop of Imporlnhablo debts To him time world grew roseate and kindly viewed through the press of the sparkling grate and Invariably le saw fortune beckoning to the card tables Now then Jack Ive got you where I want you Who Is she On my Wqrd I dont know Then there Is a woman cried Mer rlhew I knew It Nothing else would fO demoralize you print a health to her Illllard raised his glass ard touched that of his comrade For the pence of his mind he determlnnd to tell Merrl hew the whHo adventure To tilt Indy In the fog he sold Fog blankly Well the lady in tho mask Fog mask Two of them No oulIIno Once I met her In the log and then I met her In the mask Ill drink to her but Im hanged If 1 dont believe youre coddling me said Merrlhew disappointedly This is New York Tlte whole story luck details and all no half pinions Hlllard told the yarn simply omit ting nothing essential tie even added that for three weeks ho had been tho author of time personal Inquiry as to the whereabouts of one Mme Angot 1 dont know Dan but this has taken so strung a hold on me that I shant forgot It soon Imagine It yourself Oh but sue could sing I am a mean not to be held In the leash of adventure like this but she hold nnII How By the hope that one day might see her face with no veil of mystery to hold her off at arms length Merrihew was greatly excited He hutIHlllard stayed him By George And you are sure that It was at the Sandfords- I am positive But there is a puzzle that I have failed to solve Sandfords cubic and the caretakers declaration lheII patrolman says that he has seen no light In the house since the family sailed for Africa It is no dream but It begins to look as It I were the vie tim of some flue hoax It is more than a hoax in my opin ion Walt till Sandford returns and finds his silver gone Hillard started And his gold plate continued Mer rlhew pleased with the idea MyI boy thats what it Isthe best dodge I ever heard of It will make a good story for the Sunday papers You wont be In it unless she ropes you In as an accomplice Im a romantic ass Hlliard sighed Lcddy Lishtflngcr It this turned out to be time case ho would never trust a human being again t t Lets take that ride on the horses 4m yvMerrlhow urged Thatll clear your If brain of this sentimental tog t Not HJJJard struck his hands to U NgetherIvo a better idea than that fr t ir J1 0- Qf the 0 h e MasI i By HAROLD i MAC CRATH i I iCopyright 1908 by the BoLbs Merrill Co I shall go to Italy and you shall go with me Impossible Why Im all but brokeIll take you as n companion Im jn sick man Dan Im likely to jump overboard If some one isnt watching me every minute Id like to go Jack Heaven and earth but I should But I cant possibly go to Italy with a letter of credit no more than twentylive hundred and thats nil there Is In the exchequer at present Between such friends us we are That racket wont work f could not take a moments peace It I did not feel Independent But Im not going to give it to you Illllard protested I nm going to lend It to you And rould I ever pay you back If I accepted the loan humorously Theses Monte Carlo You might pull down a tidy sum said the tempt er Thats time way you beggar lilt me on the soft side But Merrlhew was still obdurate Now listen to reason Dan If you wilt forI the opportunity to go to Eu rope youll wait In vain You must make the opportunity One roust lave youth to enjoy ItalyI thoroughly The desire to go becomes less and less as one grows older Besides It completes every mans education Ill put the m A scar run Jrom his ciecfc to his elms proposition In a wny you cant possibly get round You will always have thai thuiwurd o dont worry about that You have Iuv ntyllve hundred on baud you say With that you can see IItiii like a prliuu fur throe months Whats imime proposition Murrlliow dralmd the bottle rIdsI1Jl agree to take not a lpuiii more Ithan ttwentylive hundred IHJ self Well go on equal terms Why confidently hosliles living IIIIIprince youll have four hundred t throw away at roulette Boy yet have never seen Italy therefore you do riot know whnt 1 lx nuty Is When we eventually loud at Bellnglo on Lake Como nod I take your Illy white hand In mine and lead you up to the terrace of Villa Serbejlonl and order ton then you will roallxo that you have only begun to Ilvegardens tow ering Alps the green Lccco on one side and time green Como on the other and Swiss champagne at 5140 the quart gh1 And then Hlllard added theres Kitty Kllllgrew singing her heart oul to n people who cant understand a word shes singing Can it be dona for twentyfive pun dred Merrlhew chewed his cigar with subdued fierceness Ho knew very well that he was destined to go to Europe Kitty Kllllgrew who had promised to mall the route they were to play nod hadntIt is written Dan that you shall go with me Well settle this argument right here now Merrlhew drew out a coin Call it he cried recklessly HeadsThe flickered in the light fell and proved that all money Is perverse by rolling under the davenport upon which they were sitting An amusing bunt followed They ran their hands over tho floor turned time rug pulled out tho davenport and looked behind burned Innumerable matches and final 4uCm9 4 Good News ell write to ten you the good news that Cardui has helped me so much and 1 think it is just worth its weight in gold writes Mrs Maryan Mar shall of Woodstock Ga I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and everylady TakeCARDUII The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders and legs draggingdown youfeelout and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies giveitthankful ever after ly rang for the attendant The sltim tlon wns explained aitl ho procured n candle lie wits ultimately successful Here It Is sir What Is It head or tallV asked Merrlhew weakly Head sir said the attendant Keep It said Merrlhew generous Ily even sadly He never got up n game of chance that he did not get the worst of it And now Italy All that wily from home1 nor bring up a hot tie of Uti And the lady In the mask asked Mcrrihow as they at lengths stood up 1 must relegate her to the fog she came out of But It would be a fright ful thing Iflf lie hesitated to form the words But Merrlhew had no such scruple If the silver and plate were missing when the Fandfords return Oh bosh Its all some joke mod Im the butt of It She was In that house by the sonic authority she rode the horsetA woman of that sort would lave no dllllculty In hoodwinking the stablemen declared Merrlhcw By tile way he continued received a postal from Kitty this morning from Gibraltar Flue trip Visited the gun galleries and the antique furniture shops Says no sign of prima donna us yet but believes her to be on board OMallys on time water wagon But Kitty aggravates me What has she done now refused you by marconlgraph No but she promised me her nd dressAddress her care Cooks Florence Home Venice Its the popular mall box of Europe and If she humus given them the address they will forward That helps considerably Im glul theres one Cook which can be rolled on In the morning Ill arrange for pas sage Well try the Celtic Ill leave the business end of tilt trip to you The first Saturday In March then If we can get booking That will be in less ttwain two weeks In the lobby of tile club as they were about to enter the coat room Mil lard ran Into one of several gentlemen IssuingPardon me he said stepping aside Non Importa said the stranger with a graceful wave of the hands IIIHard looked quickly Into the gen tlemans face I am clumsy ho said In Italian Then tho other stared at him and smiled For a moment there was a brief tableau In which each took tap others measure and noted the color of the eyes The man was an exceedingly handsome Italian for all that a scar ran from his cheek to his chin It wan nIl over In a moment and Hlllard had Merrlhew proceeded to the street Handsome duffer was Merrlhewf comment But you never can tell a man by his looks Gaze on me for In stanceGo home Illllard slapped him jovially on the shoulder Home Ah yes But shall I mare a home to go to when I get back You have roped me In nicely My popr little twcutyflve hundred But Swiss champagne at 140 the quart Well every cloud has Its lining As Hlllard never received any an swer to his personal ho discontinued It Truly she had returned to the fog out of which she had come But It was no less difficult for him to take up tile dally affairs again What mystery veiled her Whither had she gone Giovanni was delighted when he heard the news Ho would go too and act as valet to the sIgnor and lots friend till they put out for Rome Then of course lie would be obliged U leave them Occasionally Illllard would reason with him regarding hi deadly projects But when a Latin declares that ho has seen throw1 blood persuasions arguments en treaties threats do not prevail ITe comforted himself with the opinion however that Giovannis hunt would come to no successful end t You will surely fall Into the hnnd t pallrc1VIrmt with comes true BU Ily tills time they will have forgotlcr tie rut your moon might he dead He H not Iod IIf ho were srini Iinjr w ud tell ivi It I14 n bail buMhicss ami I tt Irh y 4 olUkI rtlovnH + PiiI lly Vlfllu n PC rl111 M rPIPMV l r0- II v PI iliMibi yir ttros raid fll1 fit If yon wI1 I v whore I go ret HI 11 with rue wit 11 I coinp hI tt- UIII11 A dijTOfflng inoviMwnt MoMvI t IN iinMilnr I nm rich after it fI iI Arc in till I iii o tier hrr t nrpav 1 1 1111 a 1t1P- Iih I III I n ii11111 11olr I off I jm tlhlplllI vlfh yon Itt lP n Irtjrsilliisr fogy tnorili I hen they drove down to the boat But the atmospheric effects made nci Impression on tin volatile Merrlhew dud he had nn eye for all things from the baskets of fruit null flowers mes sengers with late orders from the stores repeated farewells to the squalling babies In the steerage At 4 Clock they were on the high seas heading for the Azores Illllard was dreaming and Merrlhew was slit diously oniploycd over a booklet on how to ppcak Italian In one day Glo vanni who had been arranging the- luggage came up on deck He had two packets of letters mid telegrams One he gave to Merrlhew and till other to his master Illllard found among his a bulky en elope postmarked Naples Naples I ilrA crumpled blttcf silk mask He sat up It had been addressed to the house and the undress typewritten Look at this he cried Good Lord Dan gasped his feet coming down to the deck Hillard was holding up for his In spection a crumpled blackl silk mask To be continued letter Than a Cure It is well to cute a cold but better to prevent it As soon HS you feel a cold coming on take one or two Lanes Pleasant Quinine Tablets You will nt have a cold nod the Tablets will leave you feeling better than ever They cure grip in a few hours 250 it box nt druggists and dealers A Mammoth Farmers Convention What promises to be the largest con vention of farmers ever held in America is that scheduled to be held in the Coli seum in St Louis from May 2nd to 8th 1910 It is to be held under the auspices of the Farmers Edu cational and Cooperative Union of America which is said to have a signed membership of over three and a half millions The American Society of Equity and other kindred organizations with a combined membership of over five millions have been invited to join in this convention The railroads will make low round trip rates and an immense gathering is expected Mr Chas S Barrett of Union City Ga is President of the Union and John Grady of St Louis is Convention Manager Suffered day aril night the toitnent of itching plies Nothing helped me until I used Doauo Oilment It cured niepemianentlyj Hon John R Gar rett Mayor Girard Ala One Womans Vote That Will Be Counted HowellIm engaged to Miss Rowel Congratulate me old map Powell I would if I did not know that in her case a nomination is not eq uivalent to an electionApril Smart Set CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Till Kind You Have Always Boight Boars the Signature of Save 75BY I PURCHASING OF FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- for only The regular price is Ii too Those who bring or mail25 this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have onei reserved at time low rate ot J2S Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use PBINOIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGENaoaoaTaa Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLB KY r SI RURAL TELEPHONES sft1 1Mr Farmer are you interested 3 If so call on the TolcgraphII Company explain special mors Line rate I CUMBERLAND TEl EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY fa Incorporated t Cwtn1 tsStits7tx 4 7trt 6S1etdS1 6G t zI I Anything to Sell or Trade1 ff ft IIfyou have and will let us j advertise it for you you willsure finda buyer or W a trader for it right away 1 f I News Want Ads Bring Results I J THE i Fifth Avenue ylHOTEL Louisville Ky r PIKE CAMPBELL Alngr I JYbT OUR tssnlsihs The most centrally located and only flrstcluss hotel In the city making a200rato Only one block tram the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass tho door to all parts of tho city- Everything neat und clean rIYou Will Never Know liI v CWhat good results you can get until you try a l r News Classified Want ad f 1 Lin o nv r v t110CRATIC VICTORY redlcted By Woodrow Wilson Thinks Democrats Should Take Care of Country New York Miucu 3DThat the po cal tide is now turning Democratic d the duy when the democratic party test take flare of this c nintrys affairs e almost at has 1 wre declarations ide by Woodrow Wilson president pf Inceton university iu a speech at the nuocrHtic dinner at Elizabeth N J it night Mr Wilson outlined the aracterof government the democratic Ity should give the country to meet esent conditions In part he said In the first place we should wish ot merely to curb the trusts and above 1 lwe should not wish to itgulatethem v spell a way as will make them either rtners orcreatures of the government self We should wish to square their hole action and responsibility with the eneral interest regarding them not as bjeots in themselves but merely as con eu4ict9 in our economic lite anti devel pmont Recent proposed legislation lias ooked too much like wholesale invasion y the government itself of the field of overnment management Our regulations of public interests ust be legal regulation and not direc aanagoinent In the second place itis clearly our duty o take the government out of the busi ess of patronage the business of grant ng favors and privileges of arranging hq laws so that this that or the other coup of men may make large profits out it their business and draw it back to he function of safeguarding rights eneral not particular right the ights which make not so much for the rosperity which enables small groups if individuals to pile up enormous for unes as for a general stimulation a niversal opportunity Jor enlighten Tient and justice I am thinking of ourso of tariff llegislation Whatever may be our views with reo jard to the policy vaguely called the policy for protection it is clear that in fact it has lping since as dealth with by congress ceased toe a policy of pro tection and become a policy of patronage We are told that the present extraordinary high prices of commodities is due not to the tariff but to the fact that we are not producing enough to keep up with the daily demand and that is par ticularly truo with reguatd to the things we eat and have daily need of Take n Vat for example and see what the truth is The truth is that the meat trusts have been able to control the meat market to such on extent that scores of ranchmen have deen driven out of the cattleraising business bcause it was unprofitable The short supply of meat is due to the methods adopted by the pickers trust It is true therefore that the supply is short compared with the vast dent md but it has been made short by the operatl on ofa trust unquestionably fostered by the legisla E r Art aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment I This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates rubbingthroughlthe ight to the bone blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief I Heres the Proof Mr JAtts0 LEE of itoootu St 8EWa blngton PO Writes Thirty yean ago I fell from a eoaffold and seri ously Injured my back I suffered tern blTotMrBMj fcom tbamftll ofiny back allaround my stowaou was Just as It I JmdJj nJ6fttflnwltb a cliax Luted erery plaster I could get with no relief Sloan I Liniment took the pain right out and I can noW do as much ladder workaean7fnaglntheehopthankatooafs LinimentMr tiara i After being nflllotod for threo rears with rheumatism I used Sloans LIniment and was cured sound and well and am glad to say I havent been Mylegmy knee Onehalf a bottle took tho pain and swelling out Sloans Liniment aremedyoi matism Neuralgia or any pain or Stiffness in the muscles qp jointsP- rlca25cbbOcand 100 Qloana hook on 7 pneacattesheepi ud ponS cry Ohli rAree Address 810nrBMtM Mass USA J ForLame Back quickensthe WORTHMOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSOF During Change of Life says Mrs Chas Barclay Granllev111e VtIwas passin through thoChnngoo Life nudsuffered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms and I can truly say that- LldiaElinkhamsI pound has prove sworth mountain- of gold to me as iit restored my health and strength I never forget to tell my friends what- LydiaEPinklmms Vegetable Compound has done for mo during this trying period Complete restoration to health means so muchI to me that for the sake of other suffer ing women I am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this letterMns CIIAS JJAIICLAY KFDOranlteville Vt No other medicine for womans ill has received such widespread and un qualified endorsement No other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E CompoundFor been curing female complaints such as inflammation ulceration local weak nesses flbroia tumors irregularities periodic pains backache lndigestio- and nervous prostration and it 1is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life It costs but little to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound null as MrsBarclarsaysit is worth moun tains of gold suffering women tin of the government- In the third place it is one of the chief duties of the democratic party to introduce such refotnis in local and state governments as will secure econ omy responsibility honesty fidelity and other virtues In brief our program asks for a gen eral and popular revival of common counsel of responsible leadership and we must depend upon these asylums iin eschewing the pernicious objects off politics It is a case of must as well as a case of may and a case ot necessity as well as a case of privilege A new da has dawned Men and measures are be ing scrutinized as never before For my self I verily believe we are upon the eve of a new era of political liberty when men literally and more truly than ever before desire to realize the ideal of popular government andof individual1 privileges I FourDonts 1 Dont expect sweet peas to thrive soil tco poor for any other culture or im a sunless location They need as near ly ns possible a free clay loam moder ately rich and freely cultivated Dont sow too shallow Plant the seeds not less thau two inches deep and as the plants become established bank the soil against them repeating this two or three times through the season Dont overfeed With a view to obtaining vigorous growth and profusion- of bloom bone m some form is the best fertilzer Nitrate of soda will do for a hurryup stimulant should it be needed but use it sparingly Dont gather the blooms grudgingly The more you cut the longer the vine will continue to flower Remember when they go to seed Sweet Peas will cease flowering 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 paiq Inmy chest would be almost uuberable and I could not d any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medi clue made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds buy fever lagrlppo asthma croup bron chitis and hemorrhages hoarsness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Severs Drug Co NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Treasury Too Poor To Pay Teachers Frankfort Ky April IThe balance iu the Treasury April 1 shows that there is not enough money on hand with which to pay the school teachers the balance being 31001870 and the State owes the teachers 418000 As soon as enough money comes into the Treasury the teachers will be paidas they have not received their money for several mouths It is estimated that the deficit at the end of the Fiscal year June 30 will amount to over 1000000 r II o i t c THE SECRET OF HIS SUCCESS Friend Lost Voters Good Opinion But All of Them Were In LIne for the Captain Captain Alt Gibson land commissioner in tho state auditors office used to take a very prominent part in politics down on the Neosho Once the captain was a candidate for a mi nor office in his home county His boat friend politically was also a can didate but for a different office They campaigned the district thoroughly but the captains friend did not seem to be getting anywhere Ho com plained to tho captain and the future land commissioner decided to go on a little private tour of investigation He went all over the district Inquiring of tho farmers their objection to his friend They were suspicious and hesitated long before giving any reason but it finally began to leak out cusss Ho washed his taco and combed his hair in the morning washed and combed again when he came in from the field for dinner and performed the same stunt in the evening He used soap I had never thought much about it but when I Investigated I be gan to find that therein lay tho ob jection to my friend Tho voters thought he was too fussy I talked and reasoned with them but It was no use When the election came on Itoshardly got a vote His washing and combing defeated him The captain folded his hands com placently across his vest front and concluded But all of those people voted for meKansas City Journal liAccideiits will happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Elect Oil for such emergencies It subdues the paiu and heals the hurt THE FORK IN TURKEY Sallh Pasha the boss of the Turk ish War Department has just placed an order with a German manufac turer for 1250000 table forks for the use of the Ottoman army At pres ent the fork is an implement rarely honored by the Moslem high private Like the sturdy burgher of Switzer land the earthling of Sweden una the honest peasant of New Mexico ho employs the knife for all gustatory purposes His favorite blade comes from Damascus and is dull along one edge and ground to razor or keenness along the other With that one knife he slays his horned cattle shaves derricksYhis food Wo have no doubt whatever tha when those German forks are Issued to the Turkish soldiers and they are ordered to use them there will bo mutinies In all the barracks followed by the usual massacres of Armenians lOur sympathy goes out not alone to time Armenians but also to the sol diems The eating fork is a dangerous and useless instrument Foppishness true enough has invested it with a certain glamour but what have si- mhpie Moslems or any other honest folk alwaystenvy and respect Indeed that man who Is strong enough to eat boldly with tho knife in the face of social i ostracism and fastidious sneers WANTED TO DRY PENELOPE Nothing But Electric Fan Could Ar range Darlings Fur as It Should Be Several persons marooned In a Broadway drug store during a down pour of rain learned a novel use for an electric fan says the New York Sun About four oclock a woman carrying a diminutive fluffy white dog alighted from a taxicab and entered the store That store keeps an elec tric fan ready for business the year round but that day It was not going The woman asked If tho current could be turned on Being assured that It could she said Then would you mind turning It on for a few minutes I want to dry Penelope I had to carry her for a block In the rain and she got damp and bedraggled When It dawned upon tho clerk that Penelope was none other than the scrap of a dog he suggested that she might be dried over tho radiator That would never do said tho woman She would look stringy When hair of this texture gets damp the very best treatment Is to dry it with an electric fan It gives life and tone I am going to call on a woman who lives above this store She has never seen Penelope but she has heard what a beautiful dog she is and I want tho little thing to look her best If you will set tho fan going I shall bo so much obliged Tho clerk turned on the current and for ten minutes Penelopes tousled looks tumbled In the breeze KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSs60oC1100 Bottle FreeIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TftOUfLESI GUARANTEED8ATIBFAO OKIOR JlONEYREDUNDEDI r c- r y y P1 Women as Well as Men are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladdar Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dlscouragcsnudlcsscnsanibitioii beauty all c vigor and cheerfull ness soon the are out of order or dis easedKidney trouble has mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men arc made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar mummyhave J by mail free also a pamphlet telling disappear whets kidneys prevalentthat kidneys when difficulty PiuoTincludingmonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Din llmton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y ou every bottle Get After Seed Corn Piofessor Holden the Iowa expert on seed corn estimates that little over 60 per cent of corn is stood enough to pro duce an average crop The rest is dead or deficient in reproductive powers lie declares that crops can be increased 10 per cent by proper selection awl gives the following method for testing in the ear Iay out the ears to be testedside by side on the floor remove one kernel from near the butt middle and tip of the ear turn the ear over and remove three kernels in like wanner from the opposite side making six kernels ill all thus seeming a sample from the entire ear Place the six kernels at the end of the ear from which they were taken Be particular that the kernels do not get mixed with the kernels from the eRr laying next to it Take a shallow bx about two or three feet in size put in several inches of moist sand dirt or saw dust in the bottom place over this a intotsquares 1 inches each way numbered 1 2 3 and so ou Place the kernell from ear No 1 iu square No 1 from ear No 2 irti square No2 and so on with all the ears Then place over this u cloth con siderably larger than the box cover with 14 to two inches of sand earth or sawdust moisten well keep in a worm place and the kernels will germinate iin from three to five days Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA SAW AHEAD WITH CLEARNESS Pullman Had Faith In HIs FellowMen and Events Justified His Foresight Sound business was back of the In troduction of the seemingly extrava gant Pullman car about 60 years ago The first sleeper the Pioneer caus ed a tremendous sensation says C P Carter in his book When Railroads Were New All agreed that travel ing In such cars would be delightful but the verdict was equally unanl mous that they were a commercial impossibility Why men would go to bed with their muddy boots on they would spit on the carpets and uphol story they would mar the beautifully finished cabinet work andoh well it could not bo done Railroad men and personal friends redoubled their efforts to dissuade Mr Pullman from inviting ruin To all these objections he made one comprehensive answer which he had occa sion to repeat many times in the course of his life I have always held that people are very greatly Influenced by physi cal surroundings Take the roughest man a man whose lines have always brought him into the coarsest andi poorest surroundings and bring him into a room elegantly carpeted andI furnished and the effect on his bear ing is pronounced and Immediate- I am not at all afraid people will go to bed with their boots on I am convinced that if I devote all my ener J gies to providing handsome cars tho financial returns will tako care of themselves Time sequel has shown pretty clearly that he was right I Big Loss Burley Tobacco Fire broke out in the barn of the Bur ley Tobacco Company Lawrenceburg Ky Wednesday entailing aloes of 51 000 Nearly 200000 pcunds of tobacco were burned at a loss of about 30000 fully covered with insurance The origin of the fire is a mystery Alarge force I of hands who had been assorting the tobacco had only been out of the barn a few minutes when the alarms was givep l G If 1 J L Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jan 1 1910 147145I 143 I 141STATIONS 146 142 144 148 UIIqI Dally Dally Dully Dolly Dally I Dally I Dally U I 40utp I U 33 f4 53 8 53 Strawberry 7 00 f2 U5 7 25 1 18U19 42 13 08 951 f5J1 1114 Stltcs16HG J2117fi029 57 f5 Ii 0 17 Kathryn 612 f2 01 6 59 10 01 5 2l 0 21 West Point 6 29 12 01 0 fi6 10 03 f5 23 J 23 Howard 6 27 fll 58 fO 51 AM10 OU 531 1930 Uartles 0 20 MtSOimfS 16 10 13 f5 37 f9 84 Rock Haven 6 t5 fll 45 16 41 10 lg 15 43 fU 40 Long Branch 6 O ill 37 16 33 10 25 552 94U Brandenburg U 01 11 29 0 25 10 I 559 f9 66 Ekrollr fll 21 0 16 10 37 0 OS flO 03 Quston 5 i8 fll 13 0 08 10 43 6 15 l 10 13 OOliH6 I Irvington 5 41 g f 101 1031 flO lg Webster 533 f1057f54210 58 f639 flO 27 Lodlburg 527 flO 48 f5 34 11 02 f6 4u 10 33 Mystic 5 21 HO 41 5 26 11 05 f6 sO no 37 Sample 5 18 flO 37 f5 22 11 11 6 58 10 44 Stephensport 5 11 10 27 5 14 11 14I f7 02 f048 AddIson 5 08 tlO 22 f5 JJO 11 10 fi Oa fJO 5UHolt 506 f10 J9 f5 086 a mil 26 7 15 11 00 Cloverport 4 57 iO 07 4 57 8 IG f6 03 12o6 21 4 46 tO 53 4 44 fa 09 52f64Gt0to 32 f73g6 31f61 6 4 10 to 17 4 11 fi 24 18f77 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch a S6 18 52 3 3 51 7 027 13 12 35 8 35 12 10 Owensboro 3 50 f8 45 I 3 45 6 65 Mf7 00f77 31 87f40 i 3 f8 22 28 a 34 28fT807 317 f6 21 7 63 108 II 16 12 43 Beals3 18 U Or 313 f6 IS7 58 1 10 g 18 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 10 7 58 f3 11 6 13 8 8 00 1 15 r9 24 12 50 Haskett 3 12 7 52 f3 Oi 608 G5AMPM1 48 10 05 1 28 Howell2 42 7 10 2 30 1 55 10 15 1 36 Evnnsvlllo 2 35 7 10 2 30 740 740 ST LOUIS 000 834A M P M P M A M If Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouis Ulan 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 Clovorrort to discharge passengers from west of CloverportcHartford Line West Bound Between Irvington and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class tat Class 1st Class I Second Clan 9 7 113STATIONS 112 8 10 MlxodDailyoxSunday11iipn1114Opmf6f l f701 f555 sl3l OarflcldsDl2 s327 s1110 f7o0 f607 f1 1013 Horned fg1I f3 07 1058 slat s612 Junction sg8 s257s1053 s734 5611 sl46sllsO Hardinsburg s923 s243 s1043 51040If750 637 J20lpmKlrk fOOO f22J Cl03- 1f7i7 fUJ5 1209 McQuady f9ml f202 fl024 sS 10s0 59 s220S1328 Qlcndeano s8 fiBs147 s1013 s8 J9 f7 Oil s140Fallss8 33 5800 slJMlsl2GO Dcmpstcr 1816s103 1006r1855 r73u f 100 Rockvale f813 s100 f1001- fD01 1719 M05f Vanzant f807 f1242 f956 953fn5920 736 f 120 EImltchs7 5s1215 s938 7 5U Fordsvllle 1 Wpm 93S 430pm EARLINQTON 4 to sum u Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees 1 If you do you may find Just what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yov are looking for Wo recommend the following productiveIand fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If yo rt want cash for your property send price and description at onco and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales Jno D Babbage 140 acres 2 miles from Qua ton 3r 300 S miles tram lrvinBton well watered rlays well good young orchard good timber on rural route school nouso few yards fron house Improvements Rood four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch two good buns burn and tenont house and cistern back In tho field most and hen house j wood shed will sollon easy payments plenty of smull fruit Further particulars address Jno D Babbage Olovorport Ky ACRE FARM 5 room cottage hall and67 porch In good repair j good 7 snillstock barn two good side sheds crib good moat house and hen bouse and a variety of apples poaches and grapes a good well and never falling spring for stock water 200 yards cast of Ilardlnsburg In easy distance to the High School building when erected W vwG CTL OHO For 160 acres four inllosiwostot PjUlJU alondoano Smiles from branch railroad i all fresh land 100 acres In cultlva tlon 60 acres In grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell ing log dwelling i rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco burns a tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear 1rlco fSOOO H cash FaIt SALE Store house and corner First and lllgh Streets wholelengthexchange for a dwelling houso In Cloverport AvonueWeUFOR SALEA farm contalnlnK 250 acres and OYeLIu store room over It two good stock barns i peachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including a nice CJer0dbalanceI groves of black locust suDlclont for posts tewire tho whole farm In It lies near Kkroa onlongFOR SALES A splendid stand for a drURKIsfphysician In a good town surrounded lusttheinto agood practice and a good drug business An oldostobllsheC physician wants to retire Is the reason for selllnl For further particulars address JNO U DADDAQE Olover port Kv It Pays to Advertise See us n r The thing to do is tot Try Our Want Columnt r c wt 11 Y rr1 w rt r I f Fi f lr IRVINGTONI Mrs Julia Clarkson has returned from a short visit to relatives at Dig SpringMrs W C Kitterman and little boy who have been visiting relatives near Corydon Ind have returned home Trtr and Mrs L E Henderson entertained a few friends to dinner Tuesday in honor of Rev and Mrs E W GravesHenry Trent of Louisville was the guest of relatives in the city last week bliss Ella Kemper will leave this week for Gratz Ky after spending two weeks with Mrs H H Kemper Mr and Mrs Henry Shoemaker of Corydon Ind spentthe week end with i relatives here Miss Kennedy of Hodgenville will arrive shortly to visit Mrs E C Mathews in her apartments at the Jolly House Mrs Redman and children left yes terday for her home at Glasgow after a few days visit to her mother Mrs Fidelia Galloway Quite a number of loads of tobacco were brought here on last Friday and Saturday The new warehouse is com pleted and is ready to receive all the pooled tobacco The farmers will be kept busy for a few days delivering their goods Rev T W Gayer has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church of this city His resignation has not been ac cepted by the members of the church but they will notify him on next Sat urdav The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church held their meeting with Mrs L B Moremen for April In dues pledges and free will offerings the so ciety has sent 86090 for missions This is certainly fine for a band of so noblewomen Mr C C Smith is having his home on Maple street painted Miss Lewis of Louisville was the guest of Mrs S P Parks last week Mrs Nora Board and children were visitors of Mrs Charlie Beard in Ear dinsburg last week Miss Essie Kendall entertained a party of friends from Saturday until Monday at her home near Webster Mrs A D Pulllam and little daugh ter left Sunday for Louisville where they will visit for a week Mr and Mrs H H Kemper were at the Seelbach for a few days stay last week Mr Kemper left Thursday for an extended trip West Miss Ida Waggoner left Saturday for Kingswood after being the guest of 11i Mrs A T Adkins Mrs Maranda Adkisson who has been spending the winter in Louisville returned home last week and will reside at her old home on Railroad streetRev 15 W Graves is attending Pres bytery which is in session in Hodgen vine Edgar Lewis of Bradfordsville who has been the guest of Mrs L B More men has gone to Fordsville Mrs A T Adkins is visiting her sister in Louisville for several days Mrs Julius Sipple left last week for Union Star where she will visit her mother Mrs McCoy for a month Misses Eva Payne and Mary Henry have returned after a few days visit to to relatives in Louisville Mr Meadow of Hot Springs Arks is the guest of his aunt Mrs Cash this week Mrs Hattie Galloway died at they home of her parents Mr and Mrs Jno ChJIdH of Guston Friday evenings at 6 oclock after being an Invalid for some time of tuberculosis Mrs Gal loways death was expected and she was perfectly resigned to die She was not a member of any church but pro fessed religion about two years ago under Rev T N Williams preaching The funeral was held at the Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon For Saleh I A PAYING BusiNESS at Elizabethlown Ky i Having bought tho Ice Factory at Ellzabcthtown Ky which requires i all our attention wo de sire to sell our Feed Wood and Milling business This is a cash business and one of the best that can be found We did last year a 36000 business All fixturesv tiandstock will invoice about 1 500 or 2000 in other words wefI more than turned our money every month If interested call f 1and investigate or write us t i Brown Bros- Elizabethtown Ky tl- il H 2 FREE RAILROADI FARES To Louisville Ky From Monday April 18th to Saturday May 14th Railroad Fares Rebated According to Amount of Purchase y Half Million Dollar Stock Dry Goods Carpets Furniture Shoes Millinery Boys Clothing Womens Apparel House Furnishing All Street Cars in Louisville Transfer to Our Store Forty Complete Best JEILJ5TheDepartments Less e 330334 West Market Street and 213 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kentucky Y conducted by Rev Williams Miss Ellen Munford sang very sweetly Nearer Still Nearer The interment took place in the Cedar Hill cemeteryIf best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use ADDISON Held over from last week Mrs L D Addison and Miss Minnie Blake of Louisville are down to spend- a few weeks at their summer home Mr and Mrs Carlton Black moved their new home lastweek Mr and Mrs W B Black are very of grippe Little Everitt and Alonzo Black arc on the sok list W Proctor has purchased a gasoline Eva Miss Laura Ahl was the guest of her Mrs Cary Jasper Saturday and SundayBernie and Tom Smith of Stephens port spent last week with their sister Mrs Francis Martin Susie Ahl of Holt is on the sick listMike Kitchner of DePauw was down looking over his farm last week Miss Pearl Ahl was visiting at Addison Saturday We are glad to know that Mrs Chas Riddle is improving Margaret Walter and Fackler Flood the whooping cough If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to use BIG SPRING Nr and Mrs Rodie Simpson spent Saturday at Vine Groye with Mrs ScottJ II Meador is confined to his bed grip Mrs J H Meador was called home West Point on account of the illness of her husband- J T Morris spent Monday at Bran denburgMisses Patty and Ermine Cox were at Vine Grove Thursday Mrs E A Strother and daughter have returned home after having spent three months with Dr and Mrs W H Strother t H NATURE TELLS YOU As Many A Cloverport Readerr Knows Too Well When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urine is natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney illsDoans Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills People in this vicinity testify to this R G Pendleton Owensboro Ky says I suffered severely from disord ered kidneys pains and lameness in my back and frequent headaches There was also a stiffness in my neck and the kidney secretions were unnatural and Irregular in passage I could hardly work and felt tired nearly all the time II at length procured a box of boon s Kidney Pills and while I have not taken them strictly according to directions they have given me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price sOcents FoBterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Gabe Meador spent several days in Louisville last week- J W Moorman spent Sunday at- Vine Grove Miss Grace Stith left Sunday for Illinois to join her mother and brothers wbo went there several months ago Miss Ermine Cod has closed her school at Custer C H Moorman of Louisville visited his sister Mrs Hynes recently If the best is not too good for jewUport Best flour is the flour you tight to use- Demand For Wireless Equipment Washington Fob 25ono result of- tho loss of the naval tug Nina with all Dn board was the introduction of a bill In the houHO requiring all government easels which go out of sight of land- o be equipped with wiroless appara usTwo manuscripts of Latin verses denuded as having boon written by ho clergy to Charlemagne on the occasion of tho death of tho lattors son tare been UiM rUMd in the TAtican 11 irry v lJ 4 oIor0I JII 10 JIII 0 JI Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned II- oA t 11 11Are Your Dollars Earning For You Ii IiYoucan find no safer nor better investmenti than a certificate of deposit in the I BANK I CLOVERPORTIe with the interest compounded semiannually and no bettor way of paying your bills than by check whereby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US 0 c wantsUt II JII 10 IQI 10JIQj 10 I cJ e W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIGHTFOOT VicePresident 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier THE OLD RELI- ABLEBRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics andpaid ovary legitimate claim to its full amount on demand Never scaled a check An absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 per cent on Time Deposits DIRECTORS A B Skillman Conrad Simons P L LightfootW HBowmer Jno C Jarboe OT Skillman A R Fisher r TAR FORK uJade Mingus returned from Evans vllle Sunday Ivan E Bates is at home from Owensboro I Arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Silas Elmore March 25th a 11 pound boy Mr and Mrs Sam Beavin of near McQuady visited her parents Mr and Mrs TV Ryan Saturday and Sun day Ed Hook Is in Leltchfielrt on busies nessBorn to the wife of Lollle Keenan a fine girl March 30 Dennlo Stierron was tat Hardinsburg 4 0 U Saturday Rev G W Jones of Whitesville will preach at Cave Spring begining Friday night before the 4th Sunday in April and continuing until Sunday night Let every body come Mr and Mrs Russell Keenan visit ed Mr and Mrs Lafe Taul of Mc Quady Saturday and Sunday Eugene Askins purchased a fine horse from Frank Dean last week Miss Mildred Newby who has been ill of lagrippe is improving- Dr R T Dpmpster of Glendeane was called to see the little child of Mr and Mrs George Phillips who was badly burned by falling in the fire lithe best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use J i1 tk M end Atlaatii vj VS il tD j y 0 I f Late Trains In Georgiai According to reports received by railroad commission up to date pasaeaW trains were reported late 1417 time twelve railroads during the week ing Saturday March iO Constitution Notice Notice is hereby given that the derslgned William L McCrackeny confined lathe penitentiary at fc qthea parole Said application will made on May 31 Igio at the o saId commissioners in Frankfo at 2 oclock p m on said date Witness my hand this 8th 1tIApril 1910 SVL McCra J I