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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIVtotoCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 IM10 8 Pares NO 42 EARLY LOVED CITIZEN CROSSES BAR ttchard Sliellman Passes Away at Ills Home in nardln burg Leaves Large Family Was a Success ful Farmer COUNTY JAILER EIGHT YEARS fjjUncle Dick Shellman excounty alter for eight years died at his home mlTourth street oarly Monday morn ing after an illness of five weeks It ad been known to him and his friends or several days that the fatal blood oisoning would soon cause his death le quietly and resignedly awaited the ndSeventyone years ago the first of c ember last Richard Allen Shell ian was born near Union Star In 865 he married Elizabeth Jane Aid idle of Hardinsburg and settled upon I farm two miles from town He pros Bred tilling the soil and in operating awmills and threshing machines i ew men in the county were so widely t flown and none were more highly es eemed for their honesty and sterling orth His popularity made him an riyincible candidate when his party I mile years ago called upon him to make Lihe Democratic race for jailer Twice vas he elected and well did he care i or those who were In the clutches of n he law and boarded with Uncle lck While in office his wife died About wo years ago he was married the sec Kingstonbeme dma The members of his fathers familyl Latill living are John M and Alex ihellman of Union Star His children r are G W of Webb Miss J Frankig 10of Paducah Mrs J W Hendrick and oI Louis A of Hardinsburg and Mrs d EJjfou McCoy of Bewleyville The funeral services were conducted by Dr Mather at the home on Fourth street at 10 oclock yesterday morning 1 after which the Interment took place In the old cemetery manglfriend and honest citizen he had no l superior = OLDCITIZEN I Passes Away At His Home At p GarfieldWas NinetyTwo mYears Old And Lived There All His Life Burney Durbin one of the oldest cit ens of the Garfield neighborhood died this home near Garfield last Monday le was 92 years old and has lived In hat section nearly his whole life A rife and five children survive him Alex urban Herman Durbiii Mrs Mary erett Guston Mrs Sally Jarett Irving nand Mrs Browning Illinois The remains were interred in the Catholic Cemetry at Hardinsburg Building a New Home- S Johnson the colored merchant Irvington is building a new home a his lot next to his store BEAUTIFUL WEDDING IN LOUISVILLE Miss Emma P Schmitt And Mr E Frank Carter United In Marriage Last Wednes day At St Anthonies Church LARGE NUMBER OF GUESTS The wedding of Miss Emma Pauline Schmitt and Mr E Frank Carter which was solemnized last Wednesday morning at nine oclock at St An thonys church Louisville Kentucky was one of the prettiest and most elaborate of the spring weddings The decorations in the church were most artistic the altar was banked with palms and flowers and illuminated with hundreds of incandescent lights Von Webers Mass was rendered by a choir of excellent voices and ProfoL Kal leas gave an organ solo The attend ants were Messrs Bernard Carter Thomas Carter Floyd Carter brothers of the groom and Mr William B Schmitt a brother of the bride The Rev A M Zoeller a cousin of the bride officiated in the ceremony as sisted by Rev A C Zoeller and Rev Celestine Bray of Cloverport and Rev S SchlangeThe wore an exquisite gown of French Battiste and a rich hat trimmed in white plumes Her traveling dress was a gray tailored suit with hat to matchFollowing the ceremony an elaborate reception was given at the brides home at 2703 W Jefferson from 1 until 4 oclock that afternoon The brides table was gorgeously decorated with smilax carnations and white ribbon Mr and Mrs Carter will be at home to their friends today at the Fisher homesteadMrs is the sister of Mr Wm B Schraitt president of The Business Printing Company Louisville and she enjoys a wide friendship in that city Mr Carter is a prosperous and popular young farmer of Breckenridge county The brides gifts numbered more than- a hundred coming from all parts of the country Among them were more than two dozen cut glass articles a beautiful silver and gold tea service from Mr Ed Bacon hand painted china from DeLand Flaand several complete sets- of table silverware New Member of The News Staff Marion Clay Roll is the new member- of the staff of The Breckenridge News and arrived last Wednesday to make his home with Mr and Mrs Wave Rolf at the Cloverport Hotel His father who is foreman at the News office named him for Mr Marion Weatherholt cashier of the Bank of Cloverport and for Mr Henry Clay Pate father of Mrs Rot He is a perfect boy and promises to make good In every sense of the word Tile Roof A tile roof has been placed on the residence of Dr and Mrs R L New som by tho Murray Tile Roofing Co of this city The new roof is a great protection to the house from fire BRIGHTWROE Prof Edmund NVroe to Wed a Southern Girl in June Wed ding Takes Place in Georgia- Announcemont has boon made of the engagement of Miss Julia Nolle Bright to Mr Edmund Wroe The wedding will take place in June Miss Bright is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James Jackson Bright of- T ccoa Ga and Is a charming young woman Mr Wroe is the son of Mr arid Mrs Thos Wroe of this city and is a most progressive young man He is superintendent of the public school at Flemmingsburg Ky and has already been elected to that position for the 1911 term Miss Margaret Wroo is invited to be a house guest for the week before the wedding at the Bright home The End is Feared The condition of Dr R r Newsom who has beencritically ill shows slight improvement and there are little hopes for his recovery His illness has occasioned much apprehension and anxious friends have been calling I DR R L NEWSOMIIII at his home continuously ever since he became very low His daughters Mrs Frank Boyd of Owensboro and Mrs Irene Loring of St Louis and Mrs Newsoms niece Miss Gense Brashear of Louisville are at his bedside Part Of The Arsenal Recently a Cloverport society girl spent a couple of days on one of the big farms across the river atTobinsport She took a great interest in everything on the farm and the head of the farm took a great interest in explaining everything to her She trotted along to feed the stock and was amazed at all she saw When the calf lot was reach ed she had learned enough to express an opinion along with her surprise and remarked And those are your little cowlets arent they Nope said the honest farmer thems our little bulletsCannelton Enquirer Mistaken In the girl for Cloverport girls have been driving cows off the sidewalks all their livEsEd If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use to byDr band fhe Handsome Residence of Mr and Mrs C A Penick Well known citizens of Irvington Ky who take groat pride in their home and town i I Absolutely Pure HARMON DRISKELL Killed in a Railroad Wreck at Standford Ind Last Friday Funeral Held Sunday at Ephesus The funeral of Harmon Driskell who was killed in a railroad wreck at Standford Ind Friday was held at Ephesus near Harned Sunday afternoon He was a member of an inter locking switch construction crew Their car in which they were sleeping was on a siding An open switch let a train crash into them wrecking their car and killing three and badly wounding eight others Three of the wounded are Breckenridge boys Sam MulTett near Cloverport Dallas Sprin gate Garfield and Harry Clark of McDanielsHarmon Driskell aged thirtyfive was the son of Mr and Mrs David Driskell of Hardinsburg and a brother of Supt Andrew Driskell His wife Miss Lucinda Tivitt of Garfield be fore marriage and three children sur vive him He was a Red Man and was buried by the members of the lo cal tribe at Hardinsburg WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W J SCHOPPS STEPHENSPORT KY BIG DEMAND FOR HORSES Tile General Use Of Autos Has Not Affected Horse Market Mr Claude Pemberton who Is one of the most extensive dealers in horses in this section said to the News yesterday that he had about as good a demand for horses and had handled as many this spring as he had ever done The lutomobile business does not seem to interfere said Mr Pemberton with the demand for horses He has handled nearly all grades of saddle horses and people want these from every section of the country and there Is a larger de mand than supply for high grade ones He had handled very fewharnes horses for the reason that there are very few good ones In this section of Kentucky tlizabethtown News Return To Cloverport Mr and Mr Jean Kingaburry who have been living at Orell Ky during the past five or six years have returned hero to make Cloverport their home They liked Orell and prospered there but Mr Klngsburry says he got homesick and had to come back to this good old town Their friends hero welcome them home again and are always glad to make room for onw more Troubles Seem To Be At End Louisville Ky AprI116The Wes tery Kentucky coal operators and the United Mine Workers in district 23 have reached an agreement It was stated today which allows the miners a general Increase of 6 per cent This agreement will be ratified at a meeting of the joint convention of miners and operators WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W J SCHOPPS STEPHENSPORTK I S c f m Grapesdelrcious R rgive the most valuable ingre dient the active principle t- olOYAL BakingPowder Insures wholesome and b everydayNO ALUM GREATER NEW YORK Best Show On The RiverFine People And Clean PlayCom ing Back The Human Slave presented here Thursday night on Prices Floating Theater Greater New York was by far the best show that has ever been seen at this port The company was made up of sever al clever players Stone the villiac took a leading part splendidly andwas supported by ONeil who was as great- a charmer as Jack Rose of The Cot ton Blossom Jerry hit every bodys funny bone right and left The girls were unusually attractive especially Florence Sinclair Cloverport appreciates a clean show with real music and good people and will Indeed welcome Greater New York on her return trip in about four weeks from now Capt Fisher who waSwith Capt Marion Ryan on the steamer The Morning Star had charge of the boat and had it In fine shape Goes to Stephensport The Florence E tho gasoline tow boat that has been busy the past winter and sprint In the corn business hero left early Wednesday morning for her home port at Stephensport Ky The towing season is about over herein the gram business until the wheat begins to move at which time she will return and will make this place her headquartersUniontown Telegram At Missionary Meeting Miss Tula C Daniels left last TueS day for Clarksville Tenn to attend the thirtysecond annual session of the Womans Board of Foreign Missions of which she has been a member since 808 These meetings are attended by returned and outgoing missionaries Twelve on furlough will be present and twelve to receive appointments to foreign lands Bishop Hendrix will preech the annual sermon and Rev W G Crane and Hon T H Yen of Korea will attend A very interesting session is expected WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W J SCHOPPS STEPHEN PORT KY Notice Notice is hereby given that the Hoverport Ice Company has been duly and legally incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky and that process in law may be had on said company by service on John A Barry President and in the event of- his absence from Breckenridge county- in which said company is located with- its principal place of business at Clo verport Ky then on Arad A Simons riceProsldent CLOVERPORT ICE CO Cloverport Ky April 27 1910 Busiest Farmer Known W M Carman of Holt le on the- James DeJarnettee farm and Is the busiest quickest man in ton States He finished planting corn last week and was the first man in that neighborhood to finish planting last year Ho says Mr DoJarnotte is a honey but the bees will never find him Mr Carman Is certainly a hustler and he says he is always out before anything green is up in the ground for him and- by the time everybody else gets out to plantlnghe has finished I t p OBSERVED ARBOR DAY Judge James Montgomery Sets Out Ten Trees While Arbor Day which was last Friii day was not observed in a very gener al fway about EHzabethtown Judge James Montgomery the Nestor of tho Elizabethtown bar made amends for the short comings of several others He set out with his own hands ter trees He said that he did it for poster ity as he did not expect to live long enough to sit under the shade of his own planting Our old friend is lead ing a strenuous life these spring days for in spite of his three score years and probably ten he is busy with fork and hoe In his garden when not fighting briers EHzabethtown News Mr Stone Clerk at D A R Meeting- In the second place thures Jimmy Stone Not that Jimmy Stone is a Daughter or that he is really Jimmy at all His botanical name is James E Stone clerk of the House of Repress sentatives of the State of Kentucky for thirty years with the most compelling and stentorian voice in the United States who is the ellicient official reader of the nineteenth D A RV Congress We never had a man on the job before Its always been a female person But the males are coming into their own at last So well take off our chantecleer hats to Mr Stone He Is one of the most popular par ticipants ofthe CongressMrs Ayers Washington correspondent for Courier Journal Hoosier Soldier Boy Lloyd Miller Payne son of Mr anti Mrs J H Payne of Tobinsport Indq who enlisted in the U S service during January has been transferred to the Hospital Corps and has gone to Ft n A Russell Wyo where he is ta1coot lug a course in the medical school He likes the army and is well satisfied There are 4000 men at Ft Russell and It is the largest fort In tho U S Admitted to the Bar Roy E Moorman member of the senior law class of the Law College of Central University passed the examU nation and was admitted to the bar fast Saturday in Louisville Mr Moor man is a brother of Henry JDoHaven Moorman wellknown attorney of Breckenridge county He expects is locate in the West City Improvements Severs Drug Company has made quito an improvement In the Interior of- its store in the way of varnishing the wood work and brightening up the walls and furnishings 000- J T OConnell has added three ne- rooms to his residence on Third street ini the West End making it one of tho nicest homes in town 000 Sam Brown placed in his confection- ary store last week the handsomest soda fountain ever brought to Clover port and Is a source of great pride 10- the citizens especially the young peo y plc 000 Foster Heyser has Improved his handsome home by putting concrete steps and a concrete walk at the front entrance 4s fS Electric I Bittersf Succeed Wiien everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACTROUBLE- It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DR H J BOONE PermanentDentist Dr Owens Ofllce Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p in Cloverport Ky r Send Us Your Name r WEhav a goodmoney r making proposition f and want to tell you about t it Write today for par ticulars Address NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO C30 Broadway NEW YORK N Y SIkSIi171A Rii lil I ISISii1i171AilSIS17171r1nrwr I FOR SALEcc Ix Anuraberof Farms dif ferent Sizes and Prices t1t 171 f The Bank of Hardinsburg i 8 Trust Co iio- S iI KrrrrrrrK- H Ir x tetr rsKrrKr DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURO KY wilt practice his profession in all of the Courts of Urockonrlase and adjoining coun I tier Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnltcd Stifss DNtrUk Courts I Olflco over Hank ut Ilurdlnsburz THE- LOUISVILLE i I b TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER ti i t The regular price of TILE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 500 a year If you willosend your order to us you can got The Breckenridge News AND THI- SLouisville Times BOTHJONE YEAR ForlOnly 450 The Louisville Times IsrThe Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywheret tJlIasrespondentssCovers the Kentucky field perfectlyCovers the general news field completelyeHas the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybodywp Send Your Subscript tion Right Awayt- o this 1II1 paper not to Tho is Louisville Times i RJWMSifiiBi K2daS M M f HdRK SPLIT LOG DRAG VALUABLE DEVICE Makes Impassable Roads Smooth and Serviceable CAN BE MADE AT LOW COST Invention of D Ward Kinga Good Rotid Advocate of Missouri UI a Very Simple Contrivance That Any Farm er Can Have For the Price of a Few Pieces of Iron and Some Nails The split log drag Is one of the de vices which refuse to be scouted out of existence In the making of good earth roads It was devised a num bar of years ago by D Ward King of Maitland Mo Mr King Is a native of Ohio He says that one grave mistake is commonly made In constructing tho CONDITION OP A ROADWAY BEFORE USING DRAG From Southern Good Roads Magazine drag That lies in making It too heavy It should bo so light that one man can easily lift it Besides a light drag responds more readily to various methods of hitching and to the shift ing of the position and weight of the operator both of which arc essential considerationsA log Is tho best material for the drag Red elm and wal nut when thoroughly dried are excel lent and box elder soft maple and even willow are preferred to oak hickory or ashThe log should be seven or eight feet long and from ten to twelve Inches In diameter and carefully split down the middle The heaviest and best slab should be selected for the front The two slabs should be held thirty Inches apart by the stakes A strip of iron about three and a halt feet long three or four Inches wide and onefourth inch thick may be used for the blade This should be attached to the front slab A platform of Inch boards held together by thrco I cleats should be placed on the stakes between the slabs An ordinary trace chain Is strong enough to draw the Implement provided the clevis Is not fastened through a link The successful operation of a drngI Involves two principles which whenII thoroughly understood and intelligent I Ily applied make road working with this Implement simple The first con I cerns the length and position of the hitch while the second deals with the position of the driver on the drag For ordinary purposes the snatch link or I clevis should be fastened far enough I toward the blade end of the chain to force the unloaded drag to follow the f team at nn angle of fortyfive degrees This will cause the earth to move I along the face of the drag smoothly and will give comparatively light draft to the team provided the driver rides rr- in the line of draft Usually two horses are enough to I pull a drag over an ordinary earth road The team should be driven with ne horse on either side of then right RESULTS GAINED BY TUB DnAOrFrom Southern Good Roads Malozlnot hand wheel track or rut the full length of the portion to be dragged and the return tunic over the other half of the I The drag does the best work when I soil Is moist but not sticky The advantages to be gained from the persistent use of a road drag may summarized as follows First Tho maintenance of a smooth earth road free from ruts and mudholes Second Obtaining such a road surC taco with the expenditure of a little money and labor In comparison withI tho money and labor required for oth r methods Third Tho reduction of mud In wet weather and of dust In dry weather There are also several minor beneII fits gained from the use of a road drag besides the great advantages which al ays accrue from the formation of Im roved highways of which may be J mentioned the banishment of weeds and grass from the dragged portion of rondoIRoad Builder Valuable Citizen No community can have a more val noble citizen than he who understands tho theory of road building and who at the same time n practical road builder and an enthusiast on tho sub feet N o1ai1Uone4 This Factthat in addressing Mrs Pinkham you are con fiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose ex yearsTheE PinkHam was for years under her direction and has ever since her decease continued to advise women Manywomen suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse knowing well that they ought to have immediate assistance but a natural modesty causes them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable questioning you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great MRS PINKHAMS STANDING INVITATION Women sufferingfrom any form of female weakness are in LynnMasswomen A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman thus has been established this confidence between Mrs Pinkham and the women of America which has never been broken Never has she published testimonial or useda letter without the written consent of the writer and never has the company allowed these confi dential letters to get out of their possession as the hun dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs Pink ham has to draw from it is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge needed in your case She asks nothing in return except your goodwill and her advice has helped thousands Surely any woman richor poor should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance Address Mrs Pinkham care of Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Co Lvnn Mass BEE THE FARMERS FRIEND In Cultivation of Fruit and Seed Crops Busy Insect Is an Invaluable Aid Beekeeping is a valuable aid In the cultivation of fruit and seed crops In sects which feed on nectar play an Im portant part In the fertilization of flowers Fertilization is effected In other ways but the agency of Insects is the more certain and efficacious and no other Insect is comparable with the honey bee in this respect- A strong hive contains 10000 bees In February 15000 in March 40000 in April and from 60000 to 80000 In May It has been discovered by skil- ful observers that the average load of nectar carried to the hive by a bee Is about threetenths of a grain so that the collection of one pound of nectar requires nearly 23000 forag rug excursions By means of hives set on balances It has been found that the dally In crease in weight In May averages 33 pounds Occasionally more than 11 pounds Is gained In one day and when the amount consumed by the bees and tho loss of weight by evap oration are considered it appears probable that the average dally quan tlty of nectar collected Is not less than 11 pounds which would load 250000 beesAs a bee visits ten flowers on the average In collecting a single load some 2500000 flowers are visited In one day by the bees of a single hive An additional large number of visits Is required for the collection of These figures explain why many and plants bear small crops In thenbsence of bees The bee Is charged with various Imaginary crimes Its sting is formid aBle but chiefly to the imprudent It Is accused of ravaging fruit but its tongue Is formed exclusively for the extraction of sweet Juices and its mandibles are unable to pierce the skin of a fruitCosmosS- uffered day and night the torment itching plies Nothing helped me until I used Doans Olttnent It cured permanentlyHon John R Garrett Mayor Girard Ala Giants Feared Dwarfs In the seventeenth century all tho abnormally large and small folks of Austria were assembled In Vienna In empressAsshould be housed in one building there proporUtms dwarfs But the dwarfs teased and tormented the giants so that these overgrown mortals complained with tears In their eyes and as a conse- Quence sentinels had to bo placed to protect the giants from their pygmy prosecutors For the smallest men had the biggest brains and the long eat tongues MI The Esthetic Cat We do not wish to underestimate the fine qualities of affection courage and sagacity which are the dogs but neither do we like to see the wide spread lack of appreciation for the cats many admirable traits Patience endurance good Judgment selfcon trol selfreliance high spirits and In dustry many or all of these are posS srased by the average cat Under favorable conditions she will also develop a strength of affection not devoid of demonstration that is equal to the dogs The most esthetic souls of all times have cherished the cat Baudelaire Von Scheffel Poo Do Musset Henry Irving and a host of other lovers of the beautiful come to mind In this connection The silky feline of pad ded footfall and mysterious wander Ings has over appealed to the Imagination Just as she has ever appealed to the sense of domestic comfort The Call Of The Blood for purification finds voice in pimples boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the sklnal1 signs ot liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 250 at Severs Drug Store i Initials Carry Weight- I didnt know you had so many Initials said one man to another who had been lucky enough to secure an Interview with the capitalist I nearly dropped over when you told the boy J K H Allen wished to see the boss What do they all stand for Nothing said tho man of many initials J for John is the only one I have a right to The rest are added Just for effect It was on the strength of those extra initials that I got to see my man A string of letters will secure you an Interview most any where not printed on a cardnever send In your card If you are unknown and not properly Introducedbut spoken and with emphasis Be sure of the emphasis J K H just like that so the boy will think you are somebody and will takq care to repeat those blessed initials with the same force Not one man in a million will turn you down If you can get yourself announced that way al ni KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryII II AND IrtilflLlWMil LUNGTROUBLES OUABANTEED SATISFAOrQRY OR HONEY REFUNDED 1 yi J jII 11Jtilr r HAD THE VISITOR GUESSING Use of Plow In City Streets Was Something that He Could Not Understand Tho other day nn agricultural per son from south Jersey characteris tically arrayed In elongated boots trailing whiskers and a 1908 crop of hair broke Into tho gladsome zone at the foot of Market street and after taking several hard ciders to satisfy himself that he was no longer In localoption territory ho started to climb the Market street hill He had not proceeded far before ho came upon Contractor Vares men who were tearing up the street preparatory to laying the wooden block pavement and seeing a team of horses hooked to a plow ho stopped In apparent astonishment First he looked and then he looked again and scratching that part of his head where the hard elder was beginning to buzz wabbled over to a policeman with a perplexed expression- Mr Constable said he address Ing the officer Is that a man plowing over yander- It sure Is replied the policeman with nn Indulgent smile Why do you ask Because you folks down hero has kind o got me tel guessln answered Uncle Josh It Is too gosh darned late ter plant wheat an Its too early ter plow for corn and I was won derin what In ther thunderatlon ye was gain ter plant at this time o year Philadelphia Telegraph Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doaus Regulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask your dRuggist for them LAUNDRYMAN KNEW THE GAME Social Condtlons Were Such as to Make Him Scorn a Suggestion of Rebates It might have been a classy butch ers wrapping paper but It wasnt It might have been an arts and crafts bromide in the laundry line but the lines of the laundryman did not run wayWell said the customer pointing to the chocolate complexion of the paper in which his wash was wrapped whats this That repeated the laundryman Thats Imported Classy said the customer I suppose we have to pay for It 1 The laundryman shook his head It saves me money he said See sometimes when wo wrap up bundles It takes two and three sheets of tho ordinary paper before we get done because the collars stick out and break through Now with this you cant break through And when we wrinkle It we can smooth It out So It saves me money The customer pondered a moment Say I got an Idea he said finally Suppose I bring this paper back with my washany rebate All mycustomers do that grinned the laundryman See it dont break easily and it smooths out easily and people keep It for their wash I get three times again use of each sheet sometimesWhats the use grunted the cus tomer on his way homeward you cant beat the Dutch I wonder If the landladyll think I am bringing home porkchops for tho light housekeeping motif CfoHcirwra Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR I IA Not Guilty Martin Gosfords hens received so much blame to which they were Just ly entitled that when their owner could prove them guiltless of depreda tions ho hastened to their defense My flower beds are in a terrible con dition Mr Gosford said one of his neighbors one day- I know they be I know they be groaned Martin but my hens didnt do It this time Mis Gage Are you sure asked the lady in a tone of chill doubt Yes maam I am said Martin with emphasis There was only one chicken Mis Gage and it hadnt but just went into the front bed when I sot my dog after It and he chased that chicken through every last one o them flower beds till he got It headed for home an there want nary an other chicken nor hen dast go nigh omYouths Companion 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 when all else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcere Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Piles 26c at Severs Drug Store Fat and Thin Tho two women encountered each other at a dance They had not met for several years How thin you havo grown ext almcd one How fat youve got to bet the oth ar cried aiid they stood gazing at each other In some dismay Before you como to blows re marked a mutual friend who stood by lets tako a vote as to which id Worse to get too fat or to got too thinNow York Press Subscribe Right Now S ipG A Picture of Father and Mother How it would delight your children how it vould please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport Ky At Irvington Ky Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Wednesday + + H NE- WLivery Stable 5 Stephensport Ky jJ- al M m mNew Rigs j jjj i jjj New Horses i New StableV Open for the Public Near I the Depot l lh ji m orm111 reed of any kind we can illjj furnish you I We will handle Ice also M Your patronage will ttj be appreciated I SMITH HANKS j Proprietors VJ Stephensport Ky W + G pOLAND CHINAS 15 Fall Boars and Gilts tired by the 500 pound boar we exhibited at County Far They will weigh up to a iota pounds and growing fast Will be crated for shipment and registered in purchasers name at 15 and 20 WIJIJ Owen Son Route No1- Hardinsburg Ky Lw4Mrs Lyda Carlton Smith News has been received from Level Wyo of the death of Mrs Lyda Car ton Smith who was wellknown her The following clipping will be of it terest to her friends The funeral of Mrs George J Smith who died Friday evening at SI Patricks hospital will be held at 23 this afternoon from the Marsh chapel under the auspices of the Women Woodcraft of which organization th dead woman was a prominent tnembeil The religious part of the service wjj be conducted by Rev Henry Va Engelen of the First Baptist churc The pallbearers will be members the Woodmen of the World I The father and mother of Mrf bonLovellyt terday at noon and a sister Mrs J Carroll of Sheridan Wyb came S urday night Mrs Smith has resich in Missoula for three years and h many friends Lovell Journal Poor Foolish Womant She is trying to improve her cp plexion by using a face cream when t trouble is in the blood If she does I read this tell her some one that aaj Tea the great laxative and cguliiU moves the bowels each day drlyittg4y all impurtles from the bloodand maid a clear and beautiful skin Drqggt and dealers sell Lanes Tea 2sc package f y Capt Sandusky Dead f Central City Ky April 1OC William Henry Harrison Sandusky- of the best known oldest citizeaa Central City died suddenly thlswo lug as the result of a stroke of parsjji suffered some time ago j For many years he conducted theta dusky House He leaves a wile aw daughter Geneva The funeral took place Sunday noon at Central City Ky andthf ertneht Will be In JairmountC UMt- iHe was a colonel in the UnifoJ R Knights of Pythias and the Xilqw ythias will have charge of tlietatfL tl- Ir 17 bI 7 A I 4 e l- T F 1 r HALLEYS COMET tOne Million Times Larger Than The EarthFinest Spectacle I Expect May I At Five O Clock A M Size 1000000 tunes larger tuna the earthSpeedrMillious upon millions of luilca a lay- CharacterThe comet is composed of three partsthe nucleus the head a tltl tail The head is of the same comp osition ns the tall only denser Tin head Is so transparent that stars can he seen shining through it Nothing is i known of the composition of the line lensThe TanIt is composed of gas aunt minute particles of metal not unlike dust Should the tail ht long enough j when on May 18th the comet cuts th ough the plane of the enrtb to rend i th edrtb the effect wotId be a fine display of luminous vapor Time of Passage Between 730 antI 830 on the evening of Nay 18th the comet passes between the sun and the earth As the sun sets in West Virginia on that date at 707 P M World Al manac It cannot be witnessed in this state but might be seen from California Hawaii the Philiptipes and Japan al though it may be possible that at that time it will not be able to be seen even with a telescope Distance At the time the comet pass es through the plane of the earth it will be 78300000 miles from the sun and 14640000 miles from the earth antI the tail which always streames away from the sun would have to be more titan 14640000 miles long to envelope the earth and it may not be that long The comet reaches its nearest point to the sun about he middle of April Collision Impossible While the or bits of the earth and the comet cross each other they are not in the saute plane In other words it is not a grade crossing Thus no collision of the earth and the comet is possible The Best ViewsThe best views of the comet for the general public will be from the middle of April to the first week or so of May when it will he seen with the naked eye just before dawn a little south of where the sun rises and just a little distance above the horizon and again for a couple of weeks after may 18 when it will appear just filter sunset a little south of west and a considerable height above the horizon Finest SpectacleThe most interest lug spectacle is expected to be afforded on May 1 when the comet nears Venus the planet and comet will be the same distance from the earth end everyone will be able to note their relative sizes To see the comet then one will have to be up before 5 oclock in the morning In lat only the early risers will seethe comet before it passes between the earth I and the sun t Once NearerIn i835 Ilallys cornel came within 5000000 miles of the earth As it did not then pass between the sun und the earth the tail was pointed in another direction The tail always l points away from the sun No Dauger Eminent astronomers any there is no danger It is not known or certain if when the comet passes between the earth antI the sun the tail will be long enough to reach and en velope the earth A California chemist claims to have discovered cyanogen gas a deadly poison in its tail Prof 1iost of the Yerkes observatory says The density of the tail of the comet is about the density of the vacuum in an electric bulb and there cannot possibly be enough poisonous gas in it to hurt a fly dSaved 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 Olten the pain in my chest would be almost unberable and I could not d i any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medi clne made for the throat and lungs1 Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay feyer lagrippe asthma croup brow chitis and hemorrhages hoarsness and whooping cough yield quickly to this Iwonderful medicine Try it sOc and J100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed Eby Severs Drug Co A Pheasants Blind Flight Speaking of the habits of pheasants Baileys Magazine says uA very curious Incident was record ted In October 1800 A hen pheasant i was flushed in a field of turnips und as Site got up flow Into a piece of rot t- ften wet leaf which clung around her head completely enveloping It and jftlindfoUllng her She kept ahead to- WInd so that the Wet leaf still re roalncd plastered over her eyes and in this plight fluttered higher till she became exhausted and gradually sank tp earth again frequency with which pheas nits fly through windows sometimes kj b fatal results Is thought to bo duo w juie bird In its basto being deceived Jy the reflection In tho glass of the iltndBcapo behind It int Forget our Want Column r- yo DUI THE COOK AND THE CRITIC A Problem Worthy the Attention of All Earnest Women It always awakonu sort of amused wonderment In me says Marietta Ladd In Table Talk when I hear learn ed men especially bishops tell school girls that In order to secure husbands they must learn to be good cooks Just as though a man ever thinks seriously of cooking when he Is really and truly In love The Idea Is absurd Yet it is undeniable that a large proportion of unhappy marriages result from an Imperfect knowledge of the sublime art of cookery on the part of the wife All sensible women know that their power and Influence hi the homo Is Inseparable from their prac tlcal ability to prepare healthful and appetizing foods for those under charge The problem of our theirI to Increase the number of careful intelligent cooks and so lift tho race on to a higher piano of life It is clear to mo that this problem worthy as it is of tho attention of all earnest women cannot be satisfactorl ly solved by educating women alone Man Is an important factor In the home and It Is as much tho business of a man to know what foods are helpful and what harmful as It Is a wom ans In tho stress of modern business life it Is unreasonable to expect a married man to do actual cooking It ho docs it some part of his work out side tho home must suffer But if ho cannot do work he can always crltl else Ho should thereforo bo taught how to criticise Intelligently in such away as to help his wife and not try her temper to Its utmost limits Domestic unhappiness usually arise l In one of two wayseither tho wife Is incompetent and as a natural const quence ultra sensitive to criticism or the wife Is really a good cook but her husband has been spoiled and render ed bearish by living at good hotels and restaurants vhero many bands make light work There Is only one remedy for this state of affairs Boys and girls must learn cookery side by side as they learn other necessary knowledge The boy who knows what to oat and lots to help not hinder digestion In the kitchen will lu a kind and helpful critic to his wife The wife who knows the science and art of cookery will consult her husbands taste and blend It with her own knowing that the masculine point or view in cookery ns in nil else Is a valuable corrective of the femin- ineChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA BRANDED BY TARTARS A Greek Robber Who Was Tattooed From Head to Foot A rcmarUablc case of tattooing came t0 light In Professor Hebras lecture room In a hospital In Vienna a uuui her of years ago The man was the subject of a lecture and one of the spectators at first mistook him for a bronze statue lIe was tattooed tram head to foot and not a quarter of a square inch of his entire person was intact Time skin presented an appearance resembling the tracery of an exceedingly rich cashmere shawl Tho color Ing was done with Indigo principally with enough red Inserted hero and there to give It effect His name was George Constantine a Greek by birth who with a humid of robbery entered Chinese Tatary to commit depredations The gang was captured and this man with others was ordered by the ruler to be branded In this titan nerOn the palms of his hands letters were tattooed which explained that he was the greatest rascal and thief In the world It took three months to tattoo him the indigo being pricked Into the skin The designs represent ed elephants lions tigers and birds with letters worked In between A couple of dragons ornamented his sorehead He said his body swelled up very much at the time and ever since hind hen sensitive to changes In the weather Westminster Gazette Self Examination Every mans Ufo Is an Imperfect sort of circle which he repcateth and run neth over every day lie hath a set of thoughts desires and Inclinations which return upon him in their proper time and order and will very hardly be laid aside to make room for any thing now cud uncommon so that cull upon him when you please to set about tho study of his own heart and preengagedEitmer some company that he must entertain or some cross accident hath put him out of humor and unfilled him for such a grave employment And thus it cometh to pass that a man can never find leisure to look into himself be cause bo doth not set apart sonic per tion of tho day for that very purpose but foolishly deferreth from one day to another until his glass Is almost run out anti he to called upon to give a miserable account of himself In the other world Dean Swift Minutes Finished The minutes of the Seventh Annual Session of the Breckenridge Association held with the Irvington Baptist Church last April have juatbeen printed in booklet form in a most attractiveway They were sent out from the News office this week cs OVERTAXED t Hundreds Of Clover port Readers Knob What It Means The kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and pains Backache skleache headache Early symptoms of kidney Ills Urinary troubles diabetes Bright disease follow The statement below shows you a certain cure- William Williams two miles east of EHzabethtown Ky says Deans Kidney Pills are In my opinion an ex cellent remedy for Kidney complaint For the past two or three years I was subject to acute attacks of backache and the trouble seemed to be more severe when I stooped lifted or brought any strain upon the muscles of my back I noticed an advertisement in favor of Doans Kidney Pills and seeing that they were highly recom mended I decided to give them a trial They proved very satisfactory quickly removing the attack I have used them since then and have never been disappointed with the results liar sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbum Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other A DELICATE HINT The Present Girard Sent to One of His Ship Captains One of the sea captains In the em ploy of Stephen Girard the founder of Girard college had a rural Yankees fondness for whittling with his jackknife and on one trip succeeded In getting away with a large part of the roll although feeling that he was not without the artistic sense he really regarded the rail us greatly improved in appearance When the vessel came to Philadelphia Girard went aboard made a general Inspection in the cap tains absence and as he was about to return to shore asked one of the sea men who had been cutting Ithe rail The seaman told him the captain anti then afraid his telling might have un pleasant consequences were the cap tabs to learn of It in a roundabout way Informed that olllclal of the interview with Glrurd The captain was in ter ror of a reprimand but hearing noth ing from his employer supposed the Incident closed As he was about weighing anchor ready to leave port a dray loaded with shingles drove down to the wharf and the driver balled time vessel There must be some mistake shouted time captain Our bill of lad ing doesnt mention shingles This Is where they belong sung bael the driver Mr Girard himself told me to deliver them lie said they are for the Captain to whittle A healthy man is a king of his own right an unhealthy man is an unhAPPY slave Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sound healthkeeps yon well Make Your Toilet Articles Any girl can have the very best tol let articles If she will make thorn her self and many of them offered for sale at the stores will often do a per inanent Injury to a delicate skin Should a lotion be needed for persplra tion stir one ounce of hydrate 01 chloral In one pint of soft boiled wa ter anti Uc In a bottle Apply with soft old lumen and allow the lotion to dry on the skin To keep the hauls In good condition keep a preparation of vinegar anti cornmeal ready for use and after washing clothes or doing any work that soils the hands wash them in warm suds rub the hands well with the cornmeal mixture then dry and rub a few drops of honey and wa ter well Into tho skin An excellent and safe face powder Is made by sifting half a poiind of pure rice powder eight or ten times and then HIding a few drops of oil of rose and a little carmine If you want the powder tinted One of the best encumber creams Is made by cutting up two largo cu cumbers Into half a cupful of water and allowing them to simmer for half an hour then strain add a cupful of boiling water ten grains of powder borax and enough tincture of benzoin to make the water look milky and bot tie when cool The skin may bo kept In flue condition by using a little borax In the water every tlmo tho face and hands are washed and then rub bing this lotion well Into the skin An excellent fluid for keeping the scalp clear and free from dandruff Is made with unit a teaopoonful of time borax powder a small piece of gum cam phor and half M pint of soft water and ono of the best and safest washes for tho mouth and teeth is made by add ing one ounce of tho powder to one pint of boiling water and then before It Is cold adding half a teaspoonful of spirits of camphor The hair tonic should be rubbed well Into the scalp once a wcok About two teaspoon fuls of tho mouth wash In half a glass of water Is the proper proportion and tho fluid whitens the teeth and keeps the gums In a health cond- itionCASTORIIIAleer Infants and Children Tfei Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the- Signature of A CONTRARY WOMAN Things That Cured Her 8omirnas Killed Other People AtmeiidlKlt does nod liurilt me Use It might udder benplca sold her In vitiian neighbor when tho woman hind complimented her upon her appearance after the attack Nodding offer hurdts me the same as odder buoplcH nodding TlugH tint guru me kills otl der beoples Homed lines Did I neffor dell you ahoud de dime von I vim n ghlld veil I hall Hgarled velTcr No Don I vill dell you In our down aboml dot dime dori vere six 11 111111 lid ghlldrun vat diet oft sgnrlcd vcffef six liundud All our family vas down mutt him Dwo off tnj iKudders diet Dey hud glftoh me oub Do ducdor lie miy Led her Imf ennv tJiitf she vitals Id vond make no dif fet eucu Led her Imf her lasdt wish vaddeffer lie Is And zo Id happnned dat I vantoll zuino tour riiccllt Und ley gill me all 1 ranted A big boddle it vas off tour incolk mid I zot onp mid drink him all Don I lay bail thud vent do xlccp und ven de docdor he gome again he zny very xupprlxed Vy her Creel he zoom to be all gone Und he ras all gone In dwo days I vas oup und aboud de house az veil az ether Vonderful nays de docdor Von derful Den de beoples In de iicxdt house vat mud a very zlck ghlld dey thought dey rould dry ze znuie ting Dey gift her a big boddlo off zour incclk do drlukt und In aboud half a hour by de Block she val deat New York Press- Accidetttswill happen but the best regulated families keep Dr Thomas Elects Oil for such emergencies It u dues the pain and heals the hurts BRUINS FREE SUPPER Experience of a Camping Party In Yellowstone Park In the Yellowstone park all wild ani mals are allowed to roam as they will and it is against the law to shoot them Some of these animals have become very tame and do not look on man as an enemy In fact tune bears seen tu think the hotels built there are fur their convenience as they visit till garbage cans nightly for their meals Even tiny chipmunks will stand and scold people as they pass by on the road and such little thieves as they are They live In style on grain they steal from the hotel stables One night a party camped near one of the pretty ravines and being tired from a lays tramp they hind early gone Into their tents to sleep all ex cept the boy who enjoyed slumbering In a sleeping bug with the stars fur a roof Early In the night they were aroused by a noise of fulling pans In the kitchen wagon Those who were not afraid rushed out and discovered a big black bear calmly outing his supper frown the provisions Nut being allowed to shoot lint one grabbed a whip another a broom and they nourished these weapons about Frightened and grunt lug bruin clumsily scrambled away when suddenly there was a livelier grunting from the beta accompanied by an unearthly yell Mr Bruin in his hurried flight land stepped on the un noticed outdoor sjeepcr frightening him so imuh that afterward ho slept under tin tent roof Detroit Free Press I NOTICE When sending a news item to this of fine please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of nterestEditor New Effect In Leather This leather bag may be bought but it Is quite easy to make at home Suede leather of a shade matching the costume is most satisfactory to use Tho good luck design may either be burnt In or made of a contrasting piece of suede Champion Hog Raiser t Gid Burdette shipped n big load of hogs Saturday He is the champion hog raiser of Jolly Station neighbor hood and is one of the best all around farmers in the cou- ntySUBCRBIBCE nI C00 k I n You no longer need wear your weakeningCoHere is a stove that gives no outside heat All its heat is concentrated at the burners An intense blue flame hotter than either white or red is thrown upwards but not around AU the heat is heatingNe Oil Cookstoveentirely removes the discomfort of cooking Apply a match and immediately the is projectedis no surrounding heatno smell no smoke u THE Tactics It Employs In Making a Meal of an Adder Time hedgehog Is the possessor of tastes which like Sara Wellers knowledge of London are extensive and pe culiar says the Scotsman Scorning fastidiousness it can make a heart meal of neatly any Insect timid Is ono of tho vertebrates which can tackle the cockroach For effectual exter mination of beetles and crickets it Is as useful as a mongoose among tho rats but It Is not generally known dull it has a partiality toward snakes and adders The methods it employs for tho at tack are Having como upon the adder it goads that reptile to time offenslvo and at the first dart Immediately rolls Into a bull The ad der Is then left to attack the spines in which encounter It naturally comes oil siMond best After awhile when the hedgehog feels that hits antagonlH has exhausted his power It once pore opens omit and makes a bite at the ad tiers back Ithereby breaking Its spume It then proceeds to crunch the whole of the reptiles body by means of Us powerful Jaws Hud after that It Is said to start at the tall and devour IN prey Good to Remember In planning road Improvements II should nut be forgotten that when a road Is unto Improved with macadam or gravel the travel Instantly doubles or trebles nod the road nniHt be suflklently strong timid durable In provide not onlyI for tho present traf fic on the road but for the tratlle which the Improved highway will bring to that community Ii Why Because The New Perfection Oil CookStove is scientifically and practically perfect You cannot use too much wickit is automatically controlled You get the maximum heat no smoke The burner ia simple One wipe with a cloth cleans itconee quently there isno amen The New Perfection Oil CookStove- is wonderful for yearround use but especially in summer Its beat oper ates upward to pan pot or kettle but not beyond or around It ia useless for heating a room It has a Cabinet Tep with elicit for keeping plates and food hot It has long turquoiseblue enamel chimneys The nickel finish with the bright blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive Made with 1 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet wrjtforStandard Oil Company Incorporated HEDGEHOG interesting surface q HE FIXED THE DEED A Judge Who Had Small Regard For Legal Quibbles Theophllus Harrington a Vermont Judge In the early part of time last century was a man who loved the right and cared little for mere legal qulb bling If justice controls your verdict he would often say to time Jury you will not miss time general princi pies of Jiu law At one trial when the possession of a farm was in question time defendant offered a deed of the premises to which the plaintiffs lawyer Daniel Chlpmnn objected because It had no sealt lint your client sold the land was paid for It amid signed the deed did he not 1 asked tthe judge That makes no difference said Chlpman The deed hums no seal amid cannot be admitted in evidence Is there anything else the matter with the deed 7 tusked the judge I dont know that there is Jim Clerk said the Judge give me a wafer load a three cornered piece of paper Time clerk obeyed and the judge de liberately made and atllxed the seal There Brother Chlpman said ho the deed Is all right now It tray bo put In evidence A man Iis not going to be cheated out of his farm In this court when there Is a whole box of wafers on time clerks desk The court will give mo an oxiop tlonV pleaded the counsel flit court will do no sup h tliiiu ansfrod IHit1 judge and ho kvnI ssortllxthu11jcTry Column It Pays r r WEEKLY Courier= JournalHENRY WATTERSON EDITOR Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all tho news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can got tho WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL and tho Breckenridge News Both One Year for Ii a I 1501 you will give or send your order to this paper NOT to tho CourierJournal l Daily CourierJournal Ii Sunday CourierJournal Year PUe00itI IYear 200 I IIf r f Wo can give you a combination out rato on Daily t or Sunday if you will write this paper j t 11 C f i ty 1f tf dp 1 H f rTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGESONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday i 11 Subscription Prico 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the ratepl 5 cents per line money in advance 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 oldas wellas their new addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY APR 27 1910 The Democrats are nearer to electing a President of the United States than they have been since 1892 says Gov Claude A Swan son of Virginia who recently completed tour that extended to tho Pacific coast Not in years have the Democrats shown so much ac tivity so much desire to shako off lethargy to hold harmony ban quets and to get together as is manifested in all sections of the coun try at this time With such a spirit pervading the leaders and the rank tjnd file of Democracy taken together with the dissension among Republicans I can see no other result than a Democratic house and Democratic President in 1912 We have recently received an announcement of the Ohio Valley Exposition which will be hold at Cincinnati August 29th to Sep tember 24th This is to celebrate the improvement in the Ohio river and to exhibit the resources of the Ohio Valley and the South The exposition will be a great occasion in which Cloverport is cordially invited to take part Our little city should be represented and Mr Barry our wideawake progressive mayor will no doubt see that Clovorport participates in this great celebration The New York Sun says The Republican party is consigned to the demnition bowwows and a triumphant Democracy is now on top with all banners waving Of course the Sun dont mean this but tis true and if the Democrats are loyal to those principles which once made it the bulwark of the people their ltanner will continue to wave and land in the White House in 1912 The present census which is now being enumerators thathasthroughout the United States is the thirteenth been made under the Constitution To the ordinary citizen it would appear that there are a great many unnecessary questions propounded but the main feature of the work is to furnish a basis for the apportionment of Representatives in Congress We want Ben Johnson for Governor The people want him lIe is head and shoulders above any man in the State for that high olfice lie is of the full stature intellectually and morally Ho is close to the people and as true as steel Congressman Ben Johnson will open headquarters in Louisville shortly from which he will conduct his candidacy for the nomination for Governor And it goes without saying that Col Ben generally gets what he goes after Ohio capitalists have leased thousand acres of land near Glasgow Ky for the purpose of prospecting for lead and silver There are still millions in this great old State but the thing is to work it out Tho cold weather of the last few days is said to be the most severe that has been in this country at this season of the year in forty= live years Most of the fruit crop is seriously damaged Think we have a right newsy good paper this week dont you I Tellus what you think of it and help us to make the News better next week You can do it itrMark Twain the great American humorist is dead It is said I he earned over live millions with his pen The Democratic party of Oklahoma has undertaken the disfran chisomenr of the negroes in that stutoiDemocracys day is dawning i Notice to Taxpayers r i i Watch this space next issue for list of parties owing back taxes I will treat allalike if you do not want your property advertised better get your tax receipt in full before that time Do not askme to wait longer I am very truly MILT MILLER ExSheriff HARDINSBURG Miss Jennie Greenof Falls of Rough was the guest of Mrs M H Beard Saturday and Sunday Charley Dean and Robt E Moo man of Glendeane were in town Sa1 urdayBurris Bell of Mattoon Ill arrived Saturday for a visit to his old home George E Shellman of the Gradi School and Paul Rhodes of the No mal visited friends ini Irvlngton Sun dayChrrles M Miller and faimlly after an absence of four years to the day Jj turned last week from Eddyville where MrMiIler was employed in the running of the penitentiary He was delighte with his work but was not averse to returning to the farm where he is one of the most industrious of men John H Davis and Nettie Softer Wilbur Butler and Daisy Davis Cliff Allgood and Rosa Hardaway last week received licenses for marriage in this countyHerbert Beard was in Louisville las week with a load of stock He found ia declining market for hogs The Fiscal Court met Friday ever member present to make final settlement with the Sheriff and with the School Superintendent for the Count School levy Several claims were al lowed among which was one for 1950 each for Calvin Hendrick Sam Conrad- JI H Miller Taylor Dowell and Joe Glasscock for services as Supervisors oE the Assessors book Jesse R Eskridge County Attorney has accepted an invitation to address the Sons of Veterans at Owensboro 01 Decoration Day May 30 Judge John P IHaswell arrived nt home Friday after presiding over the jrayson county Circuit Court at Leitch fieldLittle Miss Virginia Beard daughter of Mr and Mrs P M Beard arrived home Saturday after a two month visit to her aunt Mrs Schreiber al Sast Orange New Jersey Lonnie McGill of Louisville is visiting relatives here The High School students will pre sent two short comedies at the end ol this week for the benefit of the library und The evening has not yet been etJudge Jno P Haswell left Monday to preside over the Meade county Cir suit Court which it is thought will be n short term hardly extending through his week Circuit Court will convene here May 9th It is now thought that Judge shelf will be able to preside Mrs Gus Shellman and son Nathaniel were in Louisville shopping several lays last week Mr and Mrs Paul Compton and family were in Louisville last week Angus Whitfill of Hardinsburg has a pocket Bible printed in Edinburgh in 180U Besides its age of more than a entury it has connected with its ex Jtance some of the War of 1812 Mr Vhitfills grandfather a Mr Nolkes of llinpis in company with another man one day found a newly killed and calped man supposed to be a Methodist itenerant preacher The Red Men who had scalped their victim sifted his pockets finding the Bible and a small stall lance which they did not value hey threw them away some few feet rom the dead man Mr Nolkes took the Bible and his companion the lance The book is held a valuable relic in the imily Wathen Henderson and Mack Pey ton New England foresters who for icrly lIved in this county were in town last week visiting relatives Hon Gus Brown was in Meade ounfy last week on legal business James Smith Herbert Beard and laude Mercer well known citizens rere in Louisville on business last reekThe colored school closed a successful term Friday The Normal increases as the ex ruination nears Those who could not come the whole term enter in time to get a few weeks of review before the examination ordered which comes May 20 and 21 If the best is not too good for you ewlsport BEST flour is the flour you ought to use Sold by J H Gardner The soothing spray of Elys Liquid ream Balm used in an atomizer is an nspeakable relief to sufferers from atarrh Some of them describe it as- a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Balm contains all the healing purifying elements of the solid EOIm and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all J druggists for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros Ci6i Warren Street New York WATCH FOR THE BIG ALE AT W J SCHOFPS- STEJHENSPORT KY The New President In the election of W G Riney aA Y A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Are Your Dollars Earning For You You can find no safer not better investment than a certificate of deposit in the BANKOF CLOVERPORTwith the interest compounded semiannually and no better way of paying your bills than by check whoioby you always have a record of payment OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USAWe have a seven year record of fair dealings with our customers and always cater to their wants when consistent with sound banking principles EVERY FARMER=As well as every business man should have a bank account WHY BecauseYour money is safer in the bank than anywhere else your bills by check is the simplest and most convenient method Your check becomes a voucher for tho debt it pays It gives you a better standing with business men Money in the bank strengthens your credit A bank account teaches helps and encourages you to save This bank does all the bookkeeping Your bank book is a record of your business 1 I J jJj oQ president of the Green River Tobacc Growers association the delegate named one of the most conservativ farmers of the county He is a man who will continue to carry on the work of the organization so auspiciously begun All factions of tobacco grower in the Green River district are working in harmony and the prospects for the coming season were never brighter Owensboro Messenger WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W L SCHOPPS STEPHENSPORT KY- GLENDEANE Preston Ford of Hardinsburg was the guest of Col and Mrs E L Rob ertson last week Misses Emma Lou and Louise Mocr man and Elizabeth Odder were the guests of Mrs Lollie Moorman of Lauisvillc Thursday and Friday Mrs PaulSnyder of Lexington was the guest of friends and relatives Fri dayMiss Fannie Moorman of Falls of Rough was at home Sunday Madison Smith was in Fordsvill SaturdayMrs E Smith enterteined at dinner Friday Those invited were Mrs Paul Snyder of Lexington Mis Jennie Moorman and Mabel Howard Mrs W C Moorman and Miss Emma D Moorman were in Louisville last week Miss Ada Mattingly entertained In honor of Mrs P C Snyder Frida eveningJ Mattinely Jr was at home Sunday T Coleman Mattingly was here one lay last weektt Rob Moorman was in Hardinsbun SaturdayfMrs J B Hoskins and dauglter Maxine were the guests of Mrs Charles Fisher last week Mrs Emma Mattingly is on the sick 1st t Walter Moorman was the guest of Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsville Sun layDr Maddox of Owensboro preached it the Baptist church Sunday Mrs T L Curtis entertained the elite of society Thursday evening Mrs J M Howard was in Louis rllle last week oMrs J C Mattingly Is the guest of sirs J T Smith of Ford sville If the best is not too good for you Jewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use It Pays to Advertise Ed Alexander the hustling merchant of Irvington went to Louisville Tuesday to replenish his stock for his growing business Mr Alexander says his idvertising in the News keeps him busy buying goods It pays to adyer ice he says Doing A Big Business The Irvington Produce Company handled last mouth over 5000 worth of eggs chickens and country produce at their house in Irvington and branch managerirbusiness lessae Of The SeventeenYear Locust This Is the year that the seventeen rear locust is duo again and in a few reeks he will make Me appearance in the farms of the Middle West At litJ n tr the authorities on locust lore and superstition are sure he will and they have never been mistaken in the past None seems to know exactly where the seventeenyear locust comes from but it is a matter of record that be does show up regularly just the same And the thing that is interesting the farmers and the oldtimers most iis whether he will bring a W on his wings or a P as is hoped W on a seventeenyear locusts wings mean war There is no reason under the sun that is known as to why it should be always either W or P but thes are the only two letters that have been noticed And also the locust lore ex perts have a good deal of statistics backing when they assert that if the W is on the wings it will surely mean war and if the P is on the wings iit will just as surely mean peace 234JK In 1893 the last time the locust were here said an old commercial traveler the other daylithe wings bore a decided W And we promptly got into the war with Spain In 1876 I say the Pon the wings myself And fol lowing we had peace and plenty I d nt remember so far back as 1859 that is to sayI dont remember locust back in those days but I have been told by scores of old farmers that the seven teenyear kind showed up that year am bore JW on each wing The civil wa followedSome of the older generation oE farmers have records in the old family Bible to prove that the former visitation of seventeenyear locusts that came in 1859 presaged the Mexican War by bearing W on their wings I can tel you the farmers are not anxious to have them come but thev are all supersti tious as to their verity as harbingers When you come to think cf it this letter business seems like a very ioolisl superstition But when you know that they do bear either the W or the P and that the sign has never failed what are you going to do about itNewY- ork Times Deserves Promotion Mt Boling who has been with tltc Henderson Route four years as an extra conductor on the passenger trains has been given a regnlar run now He iIs very accomadatiug and his friends are glad he has made good- Always Glad Dear Mr Babbage I wish you to con tiuue to send me the News I seed check for u years subscription We are always glad when the day comes to gett the News yith best wishes for you and yours I am very respectfully T B Henderson Webster Louisville Market Report LouisvilleJ April 25 1010 Special WheatI 2 Red and LOngberry 103 100 CornNo2 white 65 OatsNor mixed 44 EggsMarket quite case count lg rehandled 19 PoultryHens 15 and lOc per lb roosters 8c young chickens 20 g 30c ducks 12c turkeys 18c geese 70 Hogs Tops 050 pigs 1935 for lights to 835 for heavies roughs jS75 down Sheep and LambsBest fall lambs 780 fat sheep 67cVery few spring lambs comin- gWolThe market is dormant Kentucky and Indiana clear merchantable grease wool 26 28c Bluegrass vool2880 burry wool 15 23c 23wdeadmerino 20 22c tub washed 35 Q 37c isalropeAmust be dry and lit cpoil condition arid Cheep tags takes off1 1 L iv I I LAW SUITS BROUGHT C E Springer of Sample through his attorney H DeH Moorman has sued the L H St L Ry Co for 8100 charging that said company after furnishing him a car for shipping staves refused to convey the car to its destinationJ of Axtel has sued the L H St L Ry Co for 7500 for injuries received July 24 1000 at As kin when some cars loaded with sand collided with and wrecked a passengef train on which he was going to Fords ville The suit will be conducted by Judge Moorman Through his attorneys Mercer Mercer Dr A M Kincneloe has brought suit against the L ii jSt L Ry Co for 1535 damages frra fire siarting from a passing locomotive damagedtoset up in the charges- J H Whitworth of Garfield has sued the Breckenridge Tie Co for 14016 besides a balance of 1919 which he claims is due on contract He charges that he is damaged by failure of the company to remove timber within agreed time also that his fencing and corn crop we re damaged by carelessness of employees of said companyGabe N Taul who for one month and eight days was deputy sheriff under the present administration has brought suit against Dcnnio Sheeran sheriff of Breckeoridge county for 1240t80 of this amount is for salary fpr one yea 500 is for damages for injury to his reputation as a business man and 300 for humiliation mortification and shame all caused he charges by failure on part of Sheeran to keep his preelection promises Mr Tauls charges state that Mr Sheeran prom isod that if he Taul would not make the race for sheriff that he Shoeranr in event of election would make Taut deputy at 140 per month for the first year with privilege of renewing con tract each of the remaining three years At the end of 88 days how Ii1Taul was dismissed and Arthur Board brother of County Court Clerk Herbert Beard became deputy Murray tJ Murray and Gus Brown are Mr Taints lawyersJohn W Stilwellof Hudson through r Mercer Mercer has sued the L H St L for 10000 damages for in juries sustained by his being thrown from a train caused he claims by careless manipulation of the train after his being told it was time to get off at the Kirk dep- otMCGAVOCKS f ii Miss Melissa Pumphrey was in Clp f 4 yerport Friday A base ball team has ben organize here John Knight went to Cloyerpar Friday JJ TfSpringst Mrs Henry Ballman Friday 11 Wick Moorman of Cloverport w in this vicinity Friday buying tobao r r We have had plenty of rain recently Misses Nora Halllq and Nellie ty and brother Joy were In C port Saturday- If the best is not too good for ewUport B astftouifa the Jeer ughtto floe fD n 1 1 I ACATARRHRemedy I Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed tlvM Rellcl at Onco It cleanses soothes JJrotectsthe brauo resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho FEVERstoresTaato and Smell Full size 50 eta atDrug gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Lip Brothers CO Warren Street Now York- T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APR 27 1910 oat KKrrrrlr KtrtrtrKKrrKvrrrr K I1TTLE HOME iTALKS ABOUT I- ti HOME PEOPLE FAR i 1AN1NEAR4gGtlatgtK i Get the best wear Noltes ShoesI For real good shoes get Noltes Mrs D H Severs is convalescent The lasting kind are Noltes Shoes For comfort and ease get Noltes t Shoes s 1Joe B Smart went to Irvington Sat urday y Shoes Shoed Shoes all kinds at NoltesHenry Yeager went to Louisville Monday 7 bars Lenox soap 25c at Babbages Grocery Mrsi Joe Morrison spent Sunday in Lewisport Small packages of meall10c at Bab a bages Grocery Ladies Home Journals May num ersNews Office Fresh bread cakes and pies daily at Babbages Grocery Sterrett Jarboo and OlenDowell were in Louisville Sunday Bert Cunningham of Chenault was in the city Saturday Mrs J D Gregory has returned home from Lexington Miss Lillie B McGlothlan of Lou isville spent Wednesday here Miss Inez Gregory of Louisville ist the guest of Mrs Clyde Morrison t Mrs German P Dillon has gone to Glasgow for a visit to her parents John Babbage Jr was here Wednes day evening from Nashville Tenn The next meeting of the Louisville Presbytery will be held at Hawesville J Mrs Julius Slppel and son of Irving ton are visiting relatives and friends John Jarboe spent Sunday in Owens boro the guest of Miss Mildred Baker Harry Hills of Richmond was here last week the guest of MrsMary Oelze Contracts deeds and mortgages pre pared and acknowledged V G Babe bageAllen Long of Louisville has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mike lIen dricks Mr and Mrs Frank English and daughter Lida May were in Skillman I SundayChas Dutschke of Stevensburg is visiting his brother J B Dutschke at Webster Norman Barbee sold his farm of 70 acreslnear HitesRun to Felix Beavin 450LostA brilliant set brooch Finder return to Mrs Henry Wendelken and receive reward Have phone in Office and Resfdence and horseat command and can go on any train Dr Rafferty Charley Miller and his twin sons who are fine little men of McQuady return ed from Owensboro Saturday Mrs Frank Mattingly and Mrs Ben ridgeway went to Louisville Friday evening to visit Dr E C McDonald Ladies tailored suits skirts and mens suits pressed well and at reason able prices by the reliable Ben Davis Mr and Mrs Marion Hambletons home has been gladdened by the arrival of a little daughter who came April 15 Mr and Mrs Clarence Bakerand son Chas of Memphis Tenn are visiting Mr and Mrs Robt McGavock in Lou isville Walter Weatherholt of Tobinsport has 108 Brown Leghorne hens They furnish him on the average ot six dozen eggs a day Dr and Mrs J E Chlpp and little son formerly of Birdsville are now in Louisville They are at home at JUO E BroadwayMr Henry May and daughter Dorothy Graham were entertained Sunday at the home of her parents rand Mrs Graham David T Penick of Custer went to Union Star Monday to consult Dr Mil ner about his eyes which are giving him much trouble Miss Vergie Daniels who is visiting Mrs Henry Wendelken will leave soon for Gregory Texas to visit Dr and Mrs Chas Wendelken Mr and Mrs Gorby have changed their address to Lakeside Meadow Lake Spokane Wash She was Miss Ora Chapin of this place- WantedCloverport base ball reporter for the Breckenridgo News and re ports of all ball games played and all teams formed in the county Harry Hambleton sold two pairs of peafowls one pair to the Cincinnati Zoo for 5 He says it would be easy to sell 50 pairs if he had them Mr and Mrs S B Bell and children of Mattoon Ill arrived Saturday at Hardinsburg to see his father Mr Bony Bell who is becoming quite feeble- C M McGlothlan of West Point was here this week Mr McGlothlan is traveling now in the interest of a wellknown Banking Company in Lou isvilleMrs Wm Smith who Is the mother of Mrs Virginia Duncan the well known newspaper woman of Owens boro went to Pittsburg Monday to spend the summer- Superintendent T B Henderson of Webster announces that the County Sunday School Convention will be held in the Presbyterian church at Irving ton Date has not been decided Mm Emma Brant of New York who has been visiting her sister Mrs Frances M Smith left Wednesday for her home Mrs Brandt was accom panied as far as Louisville by her neice Miss Jane Smith who stayed with her at the Seelbach until Saturday Emerly Ireland a wellknown law yer of Evansville who has been ser iously ill is recovering His mother Mrs Addie Ireland and his sisters Mrs Robert Brown of Warsaw and Mrs Leon McGavock of this city who were called to the bedside have returned home STEPHENSPORT Rev F R Roberts conducted the funeral service of Mrs Latitla Claycomb st Union Star Sunday Miss Mattie Miliner was the guest of Miss Pauline Moorman Sunday Lewis Perkins and Mr Proctor of Louisville were the guests of friends here Sunday- Mrs Mack Stiff and little granddaughter of Henderson are guests of Mrs S H Dix Stanley Connor came home Thursday from Uniontown The ire cream supper given by the ladies of the M It church was quite a success Lionel Connor will leave soon for Jan ton Ohio to spend the summer with his brother Traverse and family Mr and Mrs George Diiskell and family attended the funeral of Harmon Jriskel at Hardinsburg Sunday Mr and Mrs W1 Schopp took in the excursion to Louisville Sunday Dr P H Nevitt was called to Medo ra Saturday evening to the bedside of Mrs Lonnie Rhodes who was very ill mt is better at this writing Mrs G B Cunningham of Cheuault passed through town Sunday enroute to tledora to be at the bedside of her niece Mrs Fannie Rhodes Mrs Will Dowell and little daughter of near Union Star were in town last veek shopping Mrs P H Nevitt and children Henry md Mamie Vergiuin spent the day Sunday at Irvington Mr and Mrs Stanley Connor and son alias Carr spent the day Sunday in tome guests of relatives Billie Blaine returned home Sunday rom Florida WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W J SCHOPPS TEPIJENSPORT KY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I have sold my entire onehalf interest in the Severs Drug Co at Clover port Ky to Mrs A14allta Hays of this city who has secured the services of Mr Thos Odewaltd of New Haven Ky to represent her in the new firm in the future The business will still con tinue in the name of the Severs Drug Co as Mr J Byrne Severs still retains his onehalf interest in said firm Mr Odewalti is a registered druggist also nil expert watchmaker and optlcland comes well recommended Mrs Hays IB the mother of Drs II J and J R Boone who are resident dmtiHts of this city all of whom ere valuable additions to the business and citizenship of this cityIn retiring from the drug business lI do so on account of health and other business matters and I take this oppor tunity to express iny gratitude and thanks to our many friends and patrons for their kind and cordial patronage in the past and hope they will continue same with the new firm as the business will be conducted along the same hues in the future as in the past RespectfullyD H Severs Henderson Route Notes 155 round trip to Owensboro heal 13 returning same date account Ring ling Bros Circus 3 round trip to Louisville May 0 and 10 returning not later than Juno 5 Also May 12 1419 21 26 2830 and June 2 and returning two days after date of sale account Spring Races Mrs Payne Complimented Mrs J H Payne of Toliinsport was in the city on Saturday last shopping and paid the Enquire a pleasant visit Mrs Payne is one of Toblu townships energetic farmwivcs and takes a great interest in all matters pertaining to the farm She is one of the most success ful chicken fanciers and for several years has carried off prizes from the farmers institutes with the products from her poultry pens Last year slue raised the celebrated Rhode Island Reds nnd this season Mrs Payne is devoting her at tention to the White plymouth Rock Canneltou Enquirer Mr tiardin Dead Word has been received here of the death of Henry Hardin who died last Wednesday at the home of W H Gibson of Holt Be was sixtysix years of age and unmarried The in terment took place at the Hardin Grove cemetery near Lodiburg Rev Argabright conducted the funeral WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE AT W J SCHOPPS STEPHENSPORT KY We Are Willing To Take It My dear Mr Babbage I wonder what has happened to my paper I havent received it for two weeks When I complained to the postmaster he told me to roast the fellow at the other end ns it wasnt his fault If my subscription has expired please let me know as I cannot get along without the News Also please change my address to 1614 East 53 Street Chicago Sincerely yours Annie Murphy IRVINGTON Mrs Hugh Conly and little son ar rived on Saturday from Birmingham Ala for a visit to her sister Mrs Nora Board Mrs H W Herndon and niece Miss label McGlothlan spent last Friday in the city with relatives Mr and Mrs C L Chamberlain re turned this week from a visit to Mr sad Mrs Ed Montgomery in Louis Mile Lee Stith purchased of Dr L B foremen the piece of vacant property on the corner of Main and Walnut trees Mr Stith has sold to C 0 iitterman nineteen feet next to his property and has let the contract for an uptodate grocery store to be rented on the other lot This store till be occupied by R L Hardaway and will be completed in about a month KEEP COOLThe Cloverport Ice CoBog to announce their organization and incorporation and in about 30 days will be making ice with their bran new 10 ton per day machine now being installed in their building OUR MOTTOTh8 Best Ice at the Least Possible Cost All parties desiring to make contracts for their ice will please correspond with the undersigned Marlon VVealliepliiolt Seey + + Ti WantsFor+ poll i LETurkoy Ettat 15 rents each Ie Vessells Steplionsport Ky For Sale Safely Oil FOR RALFJllIlllc Safety Coal Oil Flour Meal at Mercers Water Mill For Sale Hotel 1 Propertytine oponlnit for a hotel For price and par lryrolroItopllonsport Cemetery Notice ALl persons wuntlug lots cleaned In tlw see A L HICKEiTS Given port Iy- Prof Wm Martin of Hardinsburg was entertained while in the city by Mr and Mrs A D Pulliam at their homeon College street There will be usual services at the Presbyterian church on Saturday and Sunday of this week The Rev T N Williams of Louisville will fill the pulpitMrs Bottle Calhoun left Friday for Louisville to spend the weekend with relativesMrs L Brady and daughter Mis Jessie Brady who have been visitlni Mr and Mrs Tony McCoy in Louis vllle for several days came home to day Miss Mary Smith of Guston is vis itintr her sister Mrs Newsom Gard ner for some time Miss L B McGlothlan after a two weeks visit to relatives left Monday for Princeton Ky Miss Nannie McGehee was the guest of Miss Katharine McGehee nea Brandenburg last week Mr and Mrs John R Wimp am Mr and Mrs J B Herndon entertained to dinner last week in honor of their sister Mrs H W Herndon of Enid Okla Mrs Ed Alexander was called to Madora Sunday to see Mrs Laf Rhodes who is very 111 Capt Proctor of Louisville was the guest of the Misses Munford last week Miss Mabel McGlothlan left Monda for Enid Okla for a months visit to the Misses Herndon Mrs John Nevitt of Stephensport spent Sunday In the city as the gues of Mi and Mrs Ed Alexander The farm long known as the Mt Merino farm has been sold to Plus Fackler Another old homestead has passed into strange but good hands Mrs H W Herndon left Monday foi St Louis where she will visit friend for a few days then go on to her home at Enid Okla Mrs Herndon has beer the guest of Mr and Mrs T N Mc Glothlan for the past two weeks Mrs R t Hayes and children of Hodgenville are spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd at their country home Oak land Miss Hazel Richardson of near Bran denburg who is the guest of Miss Mary Henry will return home this weekRichard Wathen of Uardstown was in town several days last week visiting W J Piggott Tho Aid Society of the Methodist church met at the parsonage on Monday afternoon with Mrs May as the hos tens An enjoyable and profitable time was had Prof W T Martin of Hardinsburg delivered a most excellent address at the Methodist church last Saturday evening It is much to be regretted that more parents particularly fath ers and more teachers were not present Prof Martin is giving his time without recompense to improve the educational status of our communities His a drnss was full of good thought ind suggestion as to the mental moral and physical eare of tnochild Another lecture from the same source would bring together a larger audience sawlisThe houses on Maple and First streets ire rapidly nearing completion and possibly two ate sold Many newcomers are needing houses Let the rood work go on Miss Lillian Stith of Guston was a visitor of the Misses Bandy last week If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you ought to us- eChICdrrn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIATAR Arch Taul of Nickerson Kas vis- Ited Mr and Mrs Ed Hook last week Mrs Tilithia A Keenan has returned from a years visit to nor daughter Mrs Cal Burdette and other rela Ivrs In Oklahoma and Kansas Miss Nellie Sheeron of Hardinsburg Islted her parents Mr and Mrs Pen nie Sheeron Sunday Mrs T H Chancellor was the guest r ysp r Let us fit you out with our new Blue and White ENAMELWARE Choice 49c fluch cheaper than anything in this line ever offered before and will pay for itself many times over in durabilityget some of it today u 14 qt Dish Pan 10 qt Water Pail 5 qt Kettle 5 qt Sauce Pan andother vessels ONLY 49c J C NOLTE Be BRO CLOVERPORT KY u V Spring and MidSummer Milli nery Creations in the Newest Styles Beautiful Milans Neapolitans and Chips in the smartest shapes trimmed for dress or street ttiear By Miss Laura Hale Iftington Kentucky Upstairs Trent Building fall Orders Invited The Most Classic Distinct- iveMILLINER Y On Fourth Abenue is displayed by I J gflTiss Alice B Hickey 1 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY f t 0 A J WOOL We want to buy your wool and will pay the HighestMarketPrice inCash Dont sell until you see us Irvington Produce Co Irvington Ky- BRANCHES 4 t Ilarned Ky Gaifiold Ky Ekron Ky West Point Ky of her sister Mrs Wm Mason of Pis gah Wednesday Misses Beulah Rico and Ellen Rob bins were at McQuady Saturday- J N Chancellor I E Bates and E L Rice were in Cloverport Saturday Born to the wife of Owen Sanders a fine boy April 10 Mrs T H Bates leaves this week for Owensboro to meet her sister Mrs Chas Sutton of Memphis They will visit their parents Mr and Mrs W H McCarty Mr and Mrs Dud Moorman and children were the pleasant visitors of her sister Mrs John Lyons of Mc 1 1 Quady Saturday Mr and Mrs Frank Burdetto have returned to their home in Pennsyl vania after a Visit to his father G P Burdetto and other relatives Everett Newby was at Cloverport ThursdayN of Cloverport visited his mother Mrs Elizabeth Rice from Thursday until Sunday Mrs Annie Sapp of Fordsyille visited her sister Mrs 0 W Rice last weekIf the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour 1isjthe flour you ought to use l r II U J II W 1 i f tIJ iJ i t- t DmIu +++a00 1NNNON rP The Ltirejl CHAPTER IX A TANGLED SKEIN knew how to order aI SANFORDand so by the time that bad emptied his sec of Burgundy and his first of champagne he was in the haze of golden confidence He would find Kitty and when he found her he would find her heart as well Say Jack said Sandford what did you mean by that fool cable any how Illllard had been patiently waiting for an opening of this sort And what did you mean by hoaxing me Hoaxing you Thats the word I was in your house that night I was there as surety as I am here tonight Nell am I crazy or is it Jack Sometimes said Mrs Sanford when you put the chauffeur In the tonncau Im Inclined to think that It is rouIIl11nnllooked straight into the plac- Id gray eyes of his hostess Very slowly one of the white lids drooped His heart bounded But really continued Sandford set riously unless you bribed the care taker you could not possibly have en tered the house You have been dream lug Very well then It begins to look is if I find It was apparent to TIll lard that Sandford was not in his wifes confidence in all things Ho ilso saw the wisdom of dropping the subject while at the table They took coffee anti liqueur in the glass inclosed balcony Hlllnrd found t quiet nook not far from the lift He saw that Mrs Sandfords chair was placed so that she could get a good view of the superb night lie sat down himself sipped his liqueur med NativelyI drank his coffee and as she sodded lighted a cigarette Well she said smiling into his brown eyes She was rather fond of Illllard a gentleman always and one of excellent taste There was never my wearisome Innuendo in his wit nor luggcstlon in his stories You deliberately winked at me he S beganI did Sandford is in the dark I suspect td as much Regarding time wink Regarding the mysterious woman who occupied your house by your ex press authority and who rode the hunter in the park toWns there ever a more beautiful picture sweeping her hands toward till city Jho beauty of it will last several hours yet Who and what was the I wish I could lied you n wife You would make n good husband Thank you I am even willing with your assistance to prove it Who Was she and how came she In your houseShe wished that favor and that her presence in Now York should not be known Now describe to me exactly what happened 1 am worrying about the plato and the silver lie laughed And you will meet me halfway I promise to tell you nil I dare I There is a mystery Yes So begin with your side of it lie wits a capital story teller He re tounted the adventure in all its color the voice under his window the per sonals in the paper the interchange of letters the extraordinary dinner the mask in the envelope She followed him with breathless Interest Charming charming She clapped tier hands And how well you tell it yon have told It Just as it happened Just as it happened confounded or a moment- mxn tl I have land a letter two n fact You did not see her face Only the chin and mouth But if I ever meet her again I shall know her by her teeth- IIeavensl And how Two lower ones are gone Other wise they would be beautiful Poor man You have budded your house upon the sands IIer teeth are perfect She has fooled you But I saw with these two eyes I There is a preparation which the atrical people usen kind of gum She mentioned the trick Isnt she clever Yet I shall know her hair dogged Iy F She put her hands swiftly to her- r head Now you have known me for years What Is the color of my hair it Why It Is blpnd Nothing of the kind It is auburn t 1Uyou cannot tell mine how will you j ftieeI MaskBy i I I HAROLD x MAC GRATH i diCopyright JMerrillJ NNvNNNO tell hers I shall probably run after every rod bended woman in Europe till I find her humorously Our ears never deceive half so often as our eyes Her face is not scarred is it Scarred indignantly She is as beautiful an a Raphael as lovely as a Bouguereau If I were a man I should gladly journey round the world for the sight of her I am willing even anxiou- sI should fall in love with her- I believe I have Come Mr Illllard I am just fool- Ing You are too sensible a man to fall in love with a shadow a mask One docs not fall in love that way She is married Certainly I have not said so lie licked the ash from his cigarette IltI lIe recounted tin adventure In alt its color lave you those letters One of them Ill show you Why not the other It would be wasting time It mere Ily relates to your adventure She sailed the day after you dined with herThat accounts for the shutters The police and the caretaker were bribed- I suspect they were If I were a vain man and you know I nm not I might ask you If she spoke Moll of me in this letter UnIderstand I am not Inquiring Hut you put the question as adroit ly as a woman We are sure of vanity always Yes she spoke of you She found you to be an agreeable gentle non But with gentle malice she did not say that she wished site had met you years ago under more favorable circumstances Come give me the death stroke anti have done with it Tell me what you Nervous I was very nervous U writes Mrs Mollie Mirse of Carrsville Ky had palpitation of the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardui and It did me more good than any medicine I ever took- I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking Cardui ES4 Take t CAROUI The Womans Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured of byCarduiCardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do J dare and Ml oe content With Ir Sho opened her handkerchief purse and delved among the various articles thereinI that you would be asking questions so I am prepared I did no tell my husband for that very reason lie would have Insisted upon knowln everything Here read this It is only a glimpse Ho searched eagerly for the signa tureDont bother she said The name is only a nickname we gave her at schoolSchool Do you mean to tell tin that you went to school with her WhereIn Pennsylvania first then in Milan Head O Cnra Mia If only you know how sorry I am to miss you I Why must you sail at once Why not come to my beautiful Venice I have so much to say that cannot bo written You ask about the ad venture Pout ROCS my little dream ol greatness It was a blank failure The officials put unheard of obstacles In our path Tho contracts were utterly dlsre garded In the first place we had not purchased our costumes and scenery In ItalyCostumes nnd scenery nillard sought the signature again The base of all the troublo was a clerk In the consulate at Naples lie wrote ua that there would be no duties on costumes and scenery Alas the manager and his backer are on the way to America sad der and wiser men We surrendered our return tickets to the chorus and sent them home The rest of us are stranded Is not that the word hero In Venice waiting for money from home If I were alone It would be highly amusing but these poor people with mel There Is only one way I can help thembut thatnever You recollect that my personal Income Is quarterly and t will be two months before rshall have funds There are per sons moving heaven and earth to find me My companions havent the least Idea who I am So here we all are wandering about the Piazza San Marco calling at Cooks every day In hopes of money I am staying with my maid In the Campo Santa Marin Formosa near our beloved Santa Barbara I have guaranteed the credit of my companions and they believe that Venetians are generous people Generous Perhaps you will wonder how I dared appear on the stage In Italy A black wig and a theatrical makeup these wore sulllclont A duke sent me an Invi tation to take supper with him as If I wero a ballerina I sent one of the Amer lean chorus girls a little minx tor mischief She ate his supper and then ran away I understand that ho was furious Onl a few months more Nell and then- I may come and go as I please Come to Venire CAPRICCIOSA Illllard did not stir Another labyrinth to this mystery Caprlcclosa Kitty Killigrews unknown prima lov nil and nil he had to do was to take time morning train for Venice and twentytour hours later he would be prowling through the Campo Santa Maria Formosa Mrs Sandford observed him curl ously even sadly Why couldnt his fancy have been charmed by an everyday sensible girl and not by this whimsical extraordinary woman who fooled diplomats Haunted dukes mill kept a king at arms length as a pus time And 3et- CI1I1rlccloRIt he unused aloud That Is not her name And I shall not tell It you But her given name Just a straw something to hold on Im a drowning manIt is Hilda That Is German She prefers it to Sonia Sonia Hilda It begins well May I keep this letter- Certainly not With that cara mla Give it to me lie did so Shall I seek her This Is my advice dont think of her after tonight It you ever see or recognize her avoid her It may sound theatrical but she is the innocent Cause of two deaths These men sought her openly too What has she done She made a great though common mistake PoliticalDont foolish I am sorry I let you see the letter I forgot that she old me her hiding place Her hiding place Mr Ilillard sue is as far removed from your orbit as Mars is from Tupl ters Forget her My orbit is not limited I shall seek her When I find her I shall marry her- I like you too much Mr Illllard to stand by and see you break your heart against a stone wallIDont you see the deeper the mys tery Is the more powerful the attraction becomes Tho door to the lift opened nnd closed noisily and Ilillard turned negligently A man sauntered through the room The moment ho came into the light llillnrds interest became lively enough It was the handsome Italian with the scar Who is that man he whispered Only a few weeks ago I bumped into hIm on coming out of the club uDo not attract his attention she answered Who is he he repeated- A Venetian officer and a profligate I entertained him once but I learned from him that I had been ill advised Illllard saw that this subject would admIt of no further questions The Ulan with the scar had committed some inexcusable offense and Mrs Sandford had crossed him off the list It was after 10 when Illllard and his friend took their leave Wo shall leave in the morning for Venice said Illllard Venice How about Rome and Florence Which would you prefer Rome antI the antiquities or Venice and Kitty Cllllgrew Kitty in Venice Are you sure She is there with La Signorina Ca prlcclosa Oh this is a fine world after alit and I was wrong to speak 111 of It this morning- If Kittys in Venice Im an ungrate fill beggar too But I do not see why attys being In Venice excites your Ko Well fate write that Kittys og U n 1 t Two dignified carablnlcrl rose quickly mysterious prima donna and my lady of the mask are one and the same per son Nol The two without further words marched along the middle of the Cor BO to the hotel The concierge started toward them but suddenly reconsidered and retreated to his bandbox of an office The strangeness of his move ments passed unnoticed by the two men who continued on through the lobby Into the first corridor Illllard inserted his key In the door of his room and swung It Inward He paused on the threshold with good endue Two dignified uirablnleri rose quick- y and approached Ilillard There was something In the Hashing eyes and ret laws that mule him realize that the safest thing for him to do at that mo nciit was to stand perfectly still To be continued What Backache Means Generally backache means that the kidneys are diseased If they are do not waste a moment but begot at once a treatment with Kidnets the greatest ot kidney and backache remedies Delay may mean a fatal ending so do not delay Druggist and dealers sell Didnetsat fiOc a box and guarantee satisfactory results Another Food Boycott When an olivecolored touring car as big as a coal gondola drew up in front of a stall at the market house there was some lively stepping by the marketeers The man at the wheel wore a huge bearskin coat that must have sot him back 300 the fe male occupant was attired in a seal skin that was the exact duplicate of a thousanddollar bill while every bark of the big machine proclaimed that it took 7000 to pry it loose from Its makers The woman approached the stall How much are strawberries she inquiredSeventyfive a basket replied the market man SeventyMve cents gasped the woman Well Its simply out rageous the way food products stay upAnd an Instant later the sealskin and the bearskin and the olivecolored car had flounced around the corner in a vanishing cloud of gasoline vapor dnd another food boycott was on Plttsburg TimesGazette The Demon Of The Airs the germ of Lagrlppe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack of appetite energy nnd ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of of Stomach Liver and Kid neys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system stud restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only sOc Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Severs Drug Co I NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks resolutions or obituaries free Jno D Babbage Save 75 PURCHASING ONE OF FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS- for only 25 The regular price is IOO Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved nt the low rate of 225 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I JrvPRINCIPAL II JBUSINESS COLLEGE1 HOOKrOKATBD Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY 4 4 I RURALr TELEPHONESI X i Mr Farmer are you interested 1 If so call on the fiv manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph X Company and have him explain the special Far x mars Line rate I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY A Incorporated H nu Anything to Sell or Trade If you have and will let us advertise it for you you willsure find a buyer or a trader for it right away News Want Ads Bring Results THE Filth Avenue 5 HOTEL jj Kyjjlt A Revere Bell Gorham Mass has discovered in the belfry of the First Parish church a genuine Revere bell Its inscription reads Revere Boston1822 Old rec ords show that It cost 500 and was first hung June 7 1822 This boll which has done such excellent service during the last 88 years is now appar ently in perfect condition and rings out as true and clear as in days of yore Subscribe today BY OUR oE The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from the princi pal shopping district two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Evcrythlnlt neat ond clean Lr Notice That resolutions of respect are publishedat 5 cents per line Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter r Subscribe tIV4JW tIIAfmJ n NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE I But They DO Mucha 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 Businessd Try a Breckonridgo News Want Ad The fact that they are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you Write Call or TelephoneiIf not convenient to leave your ads at The News office telephone them to 46 Wo will toll you tho cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient k + JIji n t J 1 t HTT TI 11 J PROCEEDINGS iI Anyd Claims Allowed at The Regu I ErI1 lar Term of Fiscal Court Held jIW r fln lIardln burg Begin ning Tuesday April x 1 ri 5 1910 tta regular term of the Brecken i ridge County Fiscal Court began and II held in the Courthouse in Hnrdinsburg Kentucky in and for said county on Tuesday April 5 1010 Present Hon L L Waggoner judge of Breckenridge county and the following named justices of the peace to= wlt G A Wright G N Harris S H Dlx John N Akers Samuel Slaughter and B A Whittinghill be jajq all the Magistrates in commission It is ordered by the court that John N Akers and George N Harris be and tey are hereby appointed committee of this court to examine the settlement ffj sheriff of Breckenridge for taxes fj1l made with commissioners M and and W F Hook and theyr will report their acts and findings to this court on tomorrow- It is ordered by the court that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county be andt heJs hereby directed to forthwith pro duceto the justices of the respective 1 districts a separate list of those here ports delinquent from each of the six districts of the county and the magis trots of each district is appointed a committee to report whether or not such persons are delinquent and they will report their conclusions this after noon I IItis ordered by the court that the Superintendent of county schools report at once to this court his receipts and disbursements in full of county school funds for the year 1909 Ordered by the court that G A Wright and S H Dix be and they are hereby appointed a committee of this court to investigate and report the gen eral condition of the public property and they will make any suggestions they deem proper Ordered by the court that S H Dix Samuel Slaughter and John N Akers I be and they are now appointed a stand ing committee on claims and all claims c pr other matters hereafter presented ii- ii that are questioned or are deemed of I sufficient importance shall be referred to this committee and they will make report and recommendations thereon to the court 4Cdme Mercer and Mercer and filed a traim for 50 for legal services rendered I Breckenridge county in matter of Breckenridge countys effort to open alleyway to public property which claim was referred to the committee on I claimsCame Claude Mercer and filed a claim of Bradley and Gilbert for slips to be used In indexing deeds as by order of this court which referred to the Com mittee on claims Ordered by the court that the follow ing claims be and same are now allowed and ordered paid out of the 1910 levy towitH Murray for coal for jail Ii 4 05 Fourth District Leader court proceedings etc 54 45 W E Board delivering poll books November election 1909 12 50 Clint Tucker Deputy Sheriff notifying 134 raises by super visors and serving road older 6750 John P Morton Co receipt and tax books 20 00- H C Lake for right of way for road 20 00 The Bradley Gilbert Co work on Assessors book 5 50- C C Carman viewing Ralph Lucas road 2 days 2 00 Aus Hook to delivering ballot joooks 17 5- 0HR e Warner one Ky statutes as surveyor 10 00- Breckenridge News election supplies and publishing pro ceedings of Fiscal Court etc 142 75 Irs J J Severs house for hold ing three magistrates court 3 00I own of Stephehspbrt place to hold November election io09 2 00- J I Hendricks place to hold November election 1009 2 00I 6 Chapin place to hold Nov- emberi election 1909 2 00I lasonlc Temple Hardinsburg place to hold November elec ilon 1900 200I J Hook place to hold Nov ember electionl IgOg 200- Jrs I R A Shellman place to hold November election 1909 2 00I JiV Beard place to hold Nov ember election 1009 2 00I tf W Keith place to hold Nov ember election 1909 r 2 00 Jm Perkins place to hold Nov ember election 1909 2 00 A Oelze place to hold November election 1909 2 00 a tipper House place to hold November election 1009 2 00 I Dyer place to hold November =election 1909 2 00 Mrs J J Severs place to hold Ifpvembcr election 1009 2 00 K Egart place to hold November election 1909 2 00 D sY Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr4 Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and because its remark able health properties Swamp Root fulfills almost every wish in over I pain ncys in the rheumatism back kid and every part the passage It corrects to holdtratcrandscaldittgpaininpassingitori or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that special ar raHgenient has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have sample bottle sent free by mail also book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if yonhave kidney or bladder trouble When reading writing this mentionJJ offer in this send your bladder remedy of restoring i coming liver bladder of urinary inability bladder a a a Dr Kilmer Co iim eibvunpnoeu Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle Mrs Eliza J McCarty place to hold November election 1909 2 00 Rod Mattingly place to hold November election 1909 2 00 Mat Jarboe place to hold Nov ember election lOOg 2 00 John Meador place to hold November election 1009 2 00 Custer School House place to hold November election Igfg 2 00 Masonic Hall Hudson place to hold November election 109 2 00 C C Pile place to hold Novem ber election 1000 2 00 Dr L B Moremen postmortem- of Doc Adams 5 00 Dr S P Parks postmortem of Nat Tolbert 5 00 Dr J E Kincheloe postmortem of Geo Douglass 5 00 Ordered by the court that the follow ing claims to Deputy Sheriffs be and they are allowed and ordered credited on Sheriffs settlement tto wit Chas Butler as per itimized account filed 31 00 S T Smith as per itimized ac count filed 37 50 It is ordered by the court that the following claims for sheep killed and injured and ior toe costs Incident to the proof of the claims be and the same are hereby allowed to the persons below named respectively and the same are certified to the Auditor for payment viz S C Hendrickson two killed and one injured 8 18 00 E B Baxter two killed and one injured 18 00 Jno C Furrow appraiser in Hendricksons claim 50 Chas Hawkins appraiser in Hendricksons claim 50 Geb N Harris magistrate in Hendricksons claim 50 J G Moormau appraised in Baxters claim 50 Thomas T Tindle appraiser in Baxters claim 50 F C Ruppert magistrate in Baxters claim 50 L H Taul six killed and three injured 37 50 Will Lyons appraiser in Taul sheep claim 50 Ben Miller appraiser in Taul sheep claim 50 Jno OReilly magistrate in Taul sheep claim 50 W H Payne one sheep killed 7 0 Crit Bennett appraiser in Payne sheep claim 5 Everett Dowell appraiser in Payne sheep claim 50 H G Vessels magistrate in Payne sheep claim 50 Ed Kullraan one sheep killed 6 00 John A Miller appraiser in Kullman sheep claim 50 Tom Payne appraiser in Kull man sheep claim 50 H G Vessels magistrate in Kullman sheep claim 50 Carob J E Kincheloe Pauper Com missioner and filed his report and B A Whittinghill and S H Dix are appointed a committee to examine said report and make a report thereon to this court Ordered by the court that all those persons who are hereafter raised by the County Board of Tax Supervisors shall be notified by the sheriff by registered letter by telephone or in per son by the sheriff or a deputy and the claim of the sheriff for notifying persons when presented to the court shall give the names of such persons and specify the manner in which notice was given each person so raised Came Lee Walls formerly Pauper Commissioner and filed his report and same is referred to Justices B Whittinghill and S H Dlx and they will report thereon Ordered that the County Clerk pro cure for Justices Dlx Whittinghill Wright and Slaughter each a suitable i at ig i docket and present bill for same to this court at its next term This day came the sheriff Milt Mil ler and his deputies J F Miller Chas Butler and S T Smith in response to an order heretofore made and after taking the statutory oath relating to delinquent lists for year 1009 and pro duced to the magistrate of each magisterial district of Breckenridpro county G a list of delinquent taxpayers and after the magistrate of each said district A had examined the list submitted to him it is ordered by the court that the lists as corrected be adopted as the delinquent list for said year 1009 and that the sheriff be given credit in his settlement in the sum of 1CO on each delinquent in the six magisterial districts as follows First district 152 delinquents second district 107 delinquents third district 110 delinquents fourth district 03 delinquents filth district 136 delinquents sixth district 101 de linquents It is ordered bv the court that the County Clerk furnish to the Supervisor of Roads of Breckenridge county a complete list of the delinquents of 1 each magisterial district and that said delinquent taxpayer be required to work out thoir delinquent taxes on the public roads as required by law and said Supervisor will report to this court all those worked under this order and make a full report to the next term of this court Came Sheriff Milt Miller and filed a t claim which is referred to the commit 1 tee on claims Came E G Oglesby and filed a claim for three goats injured at 0 each and a claim for two goats killed and two injured all by dogs which claims were rejected by the court Came H M Beard County Clerk I and filed a claim which was referred j to the committee on claims Came B F Beard Co and filed two claims which were referred to the committee on claims Came J B Gibson and filed a claim I for erroneous assessment same referred to county attorney and committee I on claims Minutes read and approved and or dered that court adjourn until tomorrow morning at 830 oclock At a regular term of the Brecken ridge County Fiscal Court continued 1 and held in the courthonso in lIar dlnsburg Kentucky in and for Breck enridge county I Present Lion L L Waggoner Judge of Breckenridge county and Justices I G A Wright G N Harris S H I Dix John N Akers Samuel Slaughter t and B A Whittinghill all the magis trates in commission Ordered by the court that the following I claims be and same are hereby al I lowed and ordered paid out of the levyI of 1010 towit- B t F Beard Co by order County Judge and Jailer see itemized account filedn 132 05 II M Beard County Clerk ite mized account official fees 118 20 Claude Mercer attorney fee in Alley mandamus suit by order of court 50 00 J W Teaff kindling for court house cc 2 50 Bardie Ball cleaning up Vacant lot i 4 00I FS Klncheloe varnish etc 3 35I R 0 Perkins D S notifying 100 tax raisers at 50c each 80 00 Taylor Meador load kindling and 12 days worku 1 50 Chas Butler D S bringingIEmma Wilhlte and children to court furnishing clothes etc 0 25 R 0 Perkins D Sto bringing prisoner to jail by order of Police Judge expenses etc 4 28 Carrie committee of this court and County Attorney who were investiga ting the matter of erroneous or Incor rect assessment claims and report that 0all errors of assessment whatever and all matters concerning tax claims o 0any nature shall be corrected by the County Judge and not the Fiscal Court and all persons are hereby notified t report any errors of or concerning as sessment or taxes to the County Judge as the Fiscal Court has no jurisdiction The Bridge Supervisor of Bracken ridge county Is hereby directed to moo t the commissioner appointed by Gray son county in the matter of building abridge at Hornbacks mill and he will report with said commissioner as to thet necessity of a bridge at said point on Rough River the probable cost ot such a bridge and any other facts he may deem necessary or of interest tot Breckenridge county It Is agreed and ordered by the court that no new bridges be built on now sites in this county this year Ordered by the court that Joel H Pile J W Trent and Andrew prix kell superintendents common schoolsI 1in the county during the past year make a report and settlement of schooll fund receipts and disbursements for the year 1909 under the new schoolt law with M H Beard and W F Hook settlement commissioners of thisI court and John N Akers and G N anAdI they will report their acts herein at the earliest possible time Ordered by the court that the sal aries of all county officials and em ployes bo and remain the same for the j IiJ v ensuing year and that they be paid the same manner as heretofore InII It is moved by B A Whlttinghil and seconded by G N Harris that free labor on the public highways of Breck enridgo county be dispensed with duo ring the year lOlO and the yea and nay vote being taken on the motion re suIted as follows G Ay Wright nay N Harris yea S H Dlx yea J N Akers nay Samuel Slaughter nay B Whittlnghlll yea and it being a tie vote Judge L L Waggoner voted nay and the motion was lost and it is or dered that free labor be not dispensed with during the year 1010 Came Justice J N Akers and moved the court which motion was seconded by Sara H Dix that the levy in Brcck enridge county Kentucky for the year 1910 be eighteen 18 cents on the one hundred 100 dollars in value of tax able property divided into three funds to wit General Expense Fund which shall include salaries of officers and all other current expenses seven 7 cents Sinking Fund five 5 cents and Pau per Fund six 0 cents and each tax so levied shall not be diverted to any other purpose than that for which it f was levied except as prescribed bylaw and further that there be levied a j per capita or poll tax on each male I citizen of the age of twentyone years or over resident in the county aforeJJ said of i50 one dollar and fifty cents for said year 1910 and said poll tax to be levied and apportioned for the following purposes tcwit ForI road purposes fifty 50 cents and for General Expense Fund one 1 dollar an the said tax of fifty cents shall be devoted to work upon and expense o working the public highways in the district in which it is collected And further that the levy for Road and Bridge purposes be and remain in the amount heretofore levied towit Twentyfive 25 cents on the one hun dred 100 dollars in value of taxabl- property but divided as follows Ten 10 cents for Roads and fifteen 15 cents for Bridges and further that taxes collected for road purposes fro property situated In each magisterial district of the county shall be allotted to each district in which it is collected and the same shall be applied to roads and culverts in each district but the taxes allotted to Bridges shall be ex pended where necessary in the dis cretion of the authorities expending this fund and further that all persons who are required to work on public highways by law work four days inIIsaid year 1910 but not more than two days in each week except in case of unusual emergencies when such hand- may be required to work any number ofr days in the week or year to meet such emergencies and that all overseers require the road hands in their respec tive districts to comply with this order as required by law And said motio- being put upon a yea and nay vote re suited as follows G A Wright yea G N Harris yea S H Dix yea J N Akers yea Samuel Slaughter yea B A Whittinghill yea And said motion is unanimously carried and adopted1 ard made the order of this court Justice J N Akers nominates Chas- M Heston for Poor House Commis sioner and Justice G A Wright seconds the nomination and there being no other nominations Chas M HestonI is unanimously elected for a term ofr four years Samuel Slaughter nominates J E Kincheloe M D for Pauper Phy sician for a term of four years which nomination is seconded by John N Akers and upon a vote said J E Kin cheloe is unanimously elected Justice J N Akers nomlnater Wm Wheeler for Poor House keeper for a term of four years to begin January 1 lOll which nomination is seconded by G N Harris G A Wright nominates Chas Bowman for said office and B AWhitttnghlll seconds the nomination Vote being taken resulted as follows HarrisfJ N Akers and Samuel Slaughter For Bowman B Whittinghill and G deoclared elected Justice B A Whittinghill nomina ted Judge William Ahl for Commis Breckenridgte was seconded by John N Akers andI there being no other nomination Judge Ahl is declared elected and It is or dered by the court that he execute a bond to be approved by the County Judge In the sum often thousand dol larsJustice G A Wright nominates Jno P Haswell Jr as Commissioner Receiver of the Railroad Tax District of Breckentidgo county fora term of four years which nomination was see onded Justice Samuel Slaughter andI the vote being taken Mr Haswell was unanimously elected and it is orderedI by the court that he execute a bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars to be approved by the County Judge Minutes read and approved and or dered that court adjourn until 0 ocloc tomorrow morning At a regular term of the Brecken ridge County Fiscal Court continue- and held in the court house in Hardins burg on April 7 1910 in and for said county Present lIon L L Waggoner Coun Continued on page 8 T ryl i iI d V Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Jun 1 1910 H7 145 143 141STATIONS 146 142 I 144 H8 Jelly Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally 021q40 840 G 250 740LouisvilleI pLv Ar AlI 111 I JII 033 f4 03 83Strawberry 700f12 35 7 25 939 500 8 59 Blslioff 6 Ii2 f2 23 7 18 uJU 15 09 tg 09 Alcdora f6 42 f2 131f7 08 9 54 f5 14 ID 14 Stites 16 116 12 c7 f7 02 957 f5 17 017 Kathryn 6112 f2 01 659 1001 5 21 0 21 West Point 629 12 01 0 56 10 03 f5 23 10 23 Howard 6 27 fll 58 fO 51 AM100U f5 31 fU 30 Uartles 020 MISOimf6 46 10 13 fIj 39 f984 Rock Haven 6 16 fll 45 f6 41 1019 f5 43 fU 40 Long Branch 6 09 HI 3716 33 10 25 5 52 9 40 Brandenburg U OM 11 29 U 25 10 t G 59 f9 56 Ekron 615 U121 U 16 10 37 0 08 tlO 03 Uustun 518 ill 13 0 08 10 43 0 15- i025f 10 18 Irvington 541 11 00 6 56lff- lO Ol I 10 4 fU 31 flO 19 Webster 5 33 67 f5 42 lU 50 f6 39 flO 27 Lodlburg 5 a7 flO 48 f5 34 11 02 f6 4U 1033 Mystic 521 110 41 526 11 OS f6 50 MO 37 Sample 5 18 flO 37 f5 22 11 11 0 58 10 44 Stephens port 5 11 10 27 5 14 11 14 il oa- f7 f048 Addison 5 08 110 22 f5 10 it 1U 04 flO 50 Holt 506 flO Jg f5 08 6am 11 26 7 15 11 OU Cloverport 4 57 10 07 4 57 8 16 f6 03 11 29 7 IS 11 03 Strops 5 51 10 04 4 54 8 19 o 12 11 9S 17 28 11 11 Skllirnan q 46 ID 53 4 44 f8 Oa 621 11 45 737 H 18 Hawcsvillo 438 9 43 436 7 52 q5f01 731f6456 53 12 14 8 14 111 40 Alncco 4 09 U 08 f4 04 7 10 f7 03 12 23 f8 24 11 50 Pates 41 00 8 56 3 W f7 05 7 06 12 27 8 27 12 02 Dutch II 50 8 52 3 51 7 02 7 13 12 3j 8 35 12 10 Owensboro 3 50 fS 45 n 45 6 6S 1 11I 713 12 40 840 12 15 Conway 3 45 8 40 3 40 050 f7 27 12 47 f8 49 12 21 Mattingly 3 30 t8 30 3 34 fO 41 731 1251 f853 1224- f7 Griffith 33li f8 25 330 f6 37 35 12 54 f8 57 12 27 Stanly 3 82 f8 22 f3 28 0 34 28f104 fO 10 1238 Reed 3 22 8 07 317 f6 21 753 10S tn 16 19 dl Beals3 18 I 8 Or 313 f61 7 08 110 9 18 1315 Spottsvlle 310 758 f3 11 6 U 8 00 115 f9 24 12 50 Unskett 313 7 52 f3 07 6 08 8 25 130 0 42 i 05 Henderson 300 7 3g 255 555- liA p BJ 148 10 05 1 28n Howell2 42 710 230 1 55 in ie 13a fvansville 235 7 I ilO 230 740 740 ST LOUiS 0 00 834 Menfl Stops on Signal Whore no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StmLouis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull Ulan sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle East Bound Second Class 11st CIuss I I 1st Chess I Second Class 9 7 113STATIONS 112 8 MixedsI a Dully ox Dally ox per ox Sunday Sunday Dully Dully Sunday Sunday 645pm 530am Jl10aUl Lv Irvington Ar 10 lOam 4 1Gpn1140prn 655 E540 fll HIBasin Spring fO 57 f350 fll 25 f709 E555 sll 3D nlarfieldsU42 8327 Sll 10 f720 f607 fll 43 Harned f931 f307 flO 58 s7211 x612 Sll 46 Junctions928x257 S1053 x1048nx741 x027 sll 50 JunctlonoosO 17 ti33 S1040 f7Sil E637 120apmKlrk WOO 222 f031 f7i7 U5 H20U McQundyoooo f90a f202 flO 24 13sSl0s8 19 f7 U0 si 2 28 Dempster oosa 45x140 s83 s1241ooFalisofRough f8 31sl 25 x890 s12 U Dempster 1816s1 03 si 000 855 E713 f 100 Rockvaleoon f813 8100 flO 01 fU Ol t719 f 105 Vanzant f807 f2 42 f 956 f9 Os f7 24 f 1 10 Askins f8 O1 fl2 37 f g 53 t0113 E730 f 116nOaks tf7liS f223 f U 45 s920 736 f 120 Ullmltch 5755s1215 s 038 7 5LINOTON 1210pm 935 4 40 am rReal Estate Department yoImay find just what you need in this department If you are interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at onto for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at ones tolling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yom are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business If yell want cash for your property send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo 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 JnoDnabba Co CH t07 acres 3K miles north of Hard nrandenburlIroad Well improvements Double Log liouso small stable Good rich land fine for Uariey to bocce Terms easyIgor further lntormu ilea write Jab D ubbaga Oloverport Ky 140 acres Smiles from Quston 3t 300 3 miles from Irvington well watered lays well good young orclmrd good timber on rural route school bouse few yurds fron house Improvements i good four room dwelling with kitchen on buck porch two good bArns barn and tenant house and cis tern bock In the field j wear and hen housed wood shod will Ballon easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno D UabbaRo Cgoverport Ky ACRE FAUM 6 room cottage hall and 67 porch In Rood Rood Istall stock barn two good sIde sheds crIb good meat house and hen house and a variety of apples poaches and torstocklwntocal and never tlUlnK sprlnK 00 yards oast- I of lIardll1sburKln easy distance to the High School building whon erected RO Ann For 100 acres four miles fwest of pjUUU aiondoano Smiles from branch railroad al1lre811 land 100 acres In cultiva tion ii0 acres In grass will produce tho best doorldkwell I housesPlentyI purposestgoodFOIL SALEStore house and dwelling com StroowCloverportlength of buUdlllK Will sell at a bargain or exchange for a dwelling house In Cloverpoll venueWeUPOU SALEA farm contalning50acrosan J ovalou store room over It two good stock batrnt poachtreesall kinds of small fruits Including a site CIOl1ed1buluncegrovesot black locust sutllclent for posts to wlro the whole farm In It lies near Kkron on L 11 s St L U U price Is 5000 on long andoasy payments i OR SALEA ilendld stand for a druggist and physician inn Rood town surroundo4 by good prosperous farmers This is Just I the place for some young physician to step IInto n good practice and a good drug business An lun wants to retire Is tho roasonforsoldng For further partic ulars address JNO IJ BAnDAGE Oloyor port Ky r The thing to do is to Try Our Want Column l I ti Y ifp rr iItiI qrl Ii J c ol 1 w r 0 t If II W II BOWMEU President A B SKILLMAN Cashier F L LIOUTFOOT VicoProsidont 0 T SKILLMAN Asst Cashier d THE OLD RELIA- BLEBRECKINRIDGE r BANKa Cloverport Ky Organized 1872 38 years of honorable dealing to its credit It has passed through three panics andpaidevery 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 SkillmanConrad Simons F L Lightfoot VV H Bowmer Jno C Jarboo 0 T Skillman A R Fisher PROCEEDINGS Continued from page 7 ty Judge of Breckenridge county and Justices G A Wright G N Harris S H Dlx John N Akers Samuel Slaughter and B A Whittinghill 1 Came John N Akers and moved the court that its action on yesterday in- fixing the terms of officers at four years being now reconsidered and that the term be fixed at a period of two years instead of four under the same conditions which motion was duly seconded and carried and it is ordered that the term of all officers or em ployes of this court be and same are fixed at two years instead of four Ordered that the following claims be and same arc hereby allowed and or dered paid out of the levy for 1010 towit G A Wright holding inquest over Geo Douglass 0 00 R A Shollman jailers claim as itemizeduMu 60 20 Ordered by the court that T J Moore be and he was allowed 75 for making Assessors bookof lOOg where upon it was moved by Samuel Slaugh ter and seconded by John N Akers that the above allowance be reconsidered and that said sum 75 be allowed to Horace Manning Assessor for the use and benefit of T J Moore and that same be paid when the Railroad Tax Assessors book is properly completed and delivered to the County Clerk and said motion was duly carried and it is made the order of this court 75 J N Akers Inquest on Dock Adams and jury 7 50 Mitt Miller eight days as elec tion commissioner at 2 day 16 00 Taylor Beard eight days as election commissioner at 2 dayp 10 00 lasso Whitworth seven days as election commissioner at gvday u M 00 Elliott Fisher Co typewriter for County IJlerku 117 50 DtnnieSheeran sheriffs claim itemized account 170 50 W J Hall jailers claims itemized account 73 00 Hook DeHaven S Co balance- on load brick 5 00 r J Hook tiling etc itemized account 4U 45 qrderml by the court that the County Judge of Breckcnridge county purchase for each magistrate of the county a new Kentucky Statutes and cause same to be delivered at once Ordered by the court that the follow ing list of election officers for Novem ber election 1909 be and they are here by allowed the sum of 2 each towit C M Miller judge November election IgOQ 200 C M Heston judge November election 1109 2 J E Monarch clerk Novem ber election 1009 200 Pete Sheeran sheriff Novem berelectlon1009h 200 Frank DeHaven judge Novem berelection 19O9u 3 00 J B Payne judge November election 19OLnu 2 00 C L Bruin ton clerk Novem ber election 100gnu 2 00 Tom Gregory sheriff November election 1909 2 00 D S Miller judge November election 1909 200 0 E Robbins judge November election 1909 2 00 Hubert DeJarnette clerk No vember election Ig09 200 D D Dowell sheriff Novem ber election IgOO 300 Frank Lyons judge November election 1009 200 C E Oelze judge November election 190g 1 200 Wm Ahl clerk November election 1909 2 00 Thos Miller sheriff November election 1909 200 Jonn Carter judge November election 1909 2 80 J C Mattingly judge Novem ber election IgOU 2 00 R B Pierce clerk November election 1909 200 L V Chapin sheriff Novem ber election 1909 2 80 Price Graham judge Novem ber election lOOg 200 W B Allen judge November election 1909 2 SO Jas Chapin clerk November election 1009 200 D H Severs sheriff November election IgO 2 80 H A Oelze judge November election 1901200 H H Hardin judge Novem ber election 1009 2 80 C DeHaven clerk November election 1909 2 00 J E Black sheriff November election 1909 2 80 L L Mitchell judge November election lUOUn ow 2 00 Joe Stewart judge November electionlgOg 2 80 D C Walls clerk Nov mber election 1909 2 00 O C Shellmau sheriff Novem ber election 1009 280 A B Cart judge November election lOOqL 3 20 J W Brown judge November election HJOguu 2 00 L B Hall clerk November election lOOg 200 Horace McCoy sheriff Novem ber election 1909u 3 20 B F Frank judge November election 1009 270 Alf Hawkins judge November election 1909 2 00 J J Kecnan clerk November election 1909 2 00 W P Ryan sheriff November election lOOg 270- J A OBryan judge Novem ber election IgOO SCO G B Cunningham judge No vember election Ig09 2 00 J G Brodle clerk Novsmber election 190g 200 W E Yates sheriff November election lOOg 3 60 C B Parker judge November election1009 2 80 H C Stewart judge November election lOOg 200 0 L Winn clerk November election 1009 2 00 J V StClair sheriff November election IgOO 2 80 L E Henderson judge No vember election 1009 3 20 Louis H Jolly judge Novem ber election 1909 2 00 E L Bennett clerk November election 1909 200 W J Piggott sheriff Novem ber election 1009 3 20 W W Keith judge November election 1909 2 00 D C Heron judge November election 1009 3 15 R J Cain clerk November elec tion 1009 2 on G A Foote sheriff November election IgOO 3 15 I N Dyer judge November election 1909 2 00 H 0 Bennett judge November election 1009 3 15 W P Romine clerk November election 1009 2 00 Ova Board sheriff November election lOOg 3 15 Daniel Thornhill judge November election 1909 2 00 0 C Martin judge November election Ig09 3 60 N B Board clerk November election lOOg 2 00 WT Norris sheriff November election lOOO 3 60 W J Ballman judge November III election 1909 2 05 Tice McCoy clerk November election 1900 2 00 Homer Pile sheriff November election Ig09 2 95 D D Carter judge November election 1900 3 30 W S Tuttle judge November election 1009 2 00 H S Garner judge November election 1009 2 00 David Pullen Jr sheriff Nov ember election Ig09 330 Henry Cannon judge Novem ber election lOOg 2 00 J R Spencer judge November election JgOO 3 20 C J Critchelqe clerk November election 1909 2 00 Pal Garner sheriff November election IgOO 3 20 E L Robertson judge Novem ber election IgOO 2 00 R A Crider judge November election IgOO 3 05 B A Whittinghill clerk Novem ber election lOOg 2 00 J R Mntingly sheriff Novem ber election 1009 3 05 J G Moorman judge November election 1909 3 15 H F Hall judge November election 1909 2 00 W W Baxter clerk November election 1909 2 00 D N Howard sheriff November election lOOg 3 15 Came the settlement commissioners and the settlement committee of this court and filed the following report and same is adopted and approved and or dered to record and is in words and figures af follows We M H Beard and W F Hook settlement commiss ioners of Breckenridge county and Jno N Akers and G N Harris a settle ment committee of the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court respectively re port that we have carefully examined the sheriffs settlement and find same correct and in form and we now approve the settlement of Milton Miller Sheriff of Breckenridge county for the taxes of 1009 except school taxes and the following are the receipts and dis bursements and balances of the respec tive funds to wit- Account With Sheriff General Expense Fund Dr 1008240 Cr 903038 balance 44011 Pauper Fuud Dr 267974 Cr 2 48563 balance 10411 Sinking Fund Dr 223311 Cr 8032 balance 214379 Amount due funds from sheriff 2 78701 Road Fund First District Dr 1875 81 Qr 187225 balance 350 Road Fund Second District Dr 1 03277 Cr lsl732 balance 11545 Road Fund Third District Dr 1078 20 Cr 112990 overdraft 5167 Road Fund Fourth District Dr 1 51949 Cr 120288 balance 31001 Road Fund Fifth District Dr 90304 Cr 98171 Overdraft 77 77 Road Fund Sixth District Dr 1262 57 Cr 128214 Overdraft 1957 Road and Bridge Fund Dr 841048 Cr 803723 balance 37325 Railroad Tax District Amount charged to sheriff 404084 Amount disbursed or paid by sheriff 171321Amount due R R DistrictReceiver 322762 Taxable Property And Tithes First District property 110070100 Tithes 967 Hoosier at 5Jo Hope Cotton otM Sic All Calicos 1 of Dross worth lOo at v Tea 10c Suiting at a yard 7c White Goods at 5c I Big Linen Lace worth lOc at 5c The Facts About Pe= ra= ot j Is Pernna an alcoholic beverage in disguise 1 Is it possible to use Perm u a sulfctitute for whiskey Do people buy Peruna and use it as a toddy or a bitters or a bracer I It would bothe easiest thing in the world for any one to demonstrate the I falsity ofsuch statements letany one go to the drug store and purchase a hot U iairdosesbe alcoholiO intoxication 1 Nothing of the sort Lot any one try it and see II Peruna is a medical compound quit heavily loaded with medicinal ingred tents If taken in doses larger than prescribed it would produce a positive Ii drug effect No one could take itas a beverage Ifany one doubts these statements try it and see We know that Peruna cannot be used as a bever ago that it will not intoxicate that it cannot be used as a substitute for liquors We guarantee that PERUNA CONTAINS NO CHEAP WHISKEYI OR ANY OTHER WHISKEY for that matter s- It contains a small per cent of cologne spirits absolutely essential to dia p solve and hold in solution medicinal ingredients but the drugs contained iajjr Peruna prohibit its use as a beverage It would be the easiest thing in tho T world for any one to demonstrate this if they chose to do so hi Peruna is sold everywhere THE INGREDIENTS ARE PIAINLYlM PRINTED ON EACH BOTTLE It has been said over and over again thatilji chemists have analyzed Peruna and found it to contain only cubebs Muttl whiskey Now we challenge any chemist to demonstrate any such statements I Let any one who has even a smattering knowledge of chemistry purchase aiji bottle of Peruna and see whether or not it whiskey find out for himself whether or not it is composed of cheap whiskey and cubebs Of courser icubebs is one of the ingredients of Poruna but there are many other iijre f ients It contains hydrastis canadensis corydalis formosa collinsonia wM at least four other medicinal ingredients To be sure no chemist could so ana lyze Peruna as to be able to identify the various medicinal ingredients This is beyond the ability of any chemist But any ordinary chemistwould be able to say that Peruna is heavily loaded with medicinal ingredients ofseine kiln in addition to cubebs Now why are these statements repeated when their falsity could lie so I easily demonstrated 1 Simply because there is continued hostility toward Pe runa on the part of the medical profession Very likely the magazineswhioh- took up the crusade against Peruna and denounced it as a cheap beverage theywerlIsaid and refuted it would seem to be in order for such people to use a little fairness and common sense in the matter Every timo anyone says that Peruna is nothingbut cheap whiskey and cubebs he is telling a lie an absolute falsehood Most people intend to speak the truth But the prevalent habit of repeating other peoples statements without investigation as to their truth has led many wellmeaning people to these false things about Peruna Used according to the directions on the bottle PEETJNA IS A SATE AND RELIABLE CATARRH REMEDY but like any other good medioinoil taken in excess of those doses it will produce drug effects very unpleasant to the person who takes it It is therefore up to every honest person to quit making such statements concerning Peruna or acknowledge that ho is repeating slanders about whioh j he knows nothing One might just as well say that Castor Oil is an intoxicant that if taken in large enough doses it will operate as a booze If people never tried to see but simply repeated such statements about Castor Oil tho majority of people would come to believe them It is no easier to demonstrate such a statement about Castor Oil than it would be about Peruna Any one who takes Peruna knows that such statements are false To say that Peruna is cheap whiskey and cubebs may constitute good material for jokes on tho vaudeville stage but there is no excuse for any ono who pretend I to be truthful saying over again this oftrepeated falsehood Second District property 95962200 Tithes 809- Third District property 55900600 Tithes 685Continued next week Arrested on Charge of Bigamy C L Frasier was arrested here Monday afternoon on a charge of amy He was placed in jail and had an examining trial Tuesdaymorning and was dismissed His wire in this city is a young woman with an infant baby and is almost prostrated over the affair Frayser has been running a pressing and cleaning room here since last fall Upon the receipt of a telephone mes sage from the marshal at Rockport Ind Chief rearrested Fra sier and locked him up to await the arrival of the Indiana officials It Is understood that he is wanted at Rock port for the same offense I lOc at a 7c 15o A for now in at Follow General Hon D C Moorman and son D Cv Jr of went to Indianapia Monday to visit Gen and Mrs R Murray Dr Mather of Hardins will Wednesday Mr Moorman said he was going to Prepare a for the disting Goodby to Morning Star passedhereDavenportIowaboat It is that the Evansville and Paducah Packet Co are anx CityIflonger pass this part of the and an entirely new line will be put in the Louisville and Evansville trade WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE W J STEPHENSPORT BUYING A NEW SUITumun mnum n generally a happy culmination of hope deferredprovided the suit lives up to your expec tations after you get it Certainly if you think clothes just clothes and not much difference in any of them you can buy them anywhere But if you want allwool fabrics best hand tailoring correct city styles wide range of sizes and a suit that is certain to and hang properly and always hold its shapeyou will do well to wear Kirsctitoaurn ClothesLook the Kirschbaum Label and youll be certain of the best value price thatjmoney can buy We guarantee these goods Should you find imperfection in the cloth or tailoring of a Kirschbaum handmade garment return the same and money will be refunded Special Prices Cotton att5clot Ginghams Plain worth Tic lot contains say big DeHaven Ladies Black Hose worth pair Mens Suspenders worth 25c goat Snappy Line OfI LowCuts Oxfords For Men Boys and Ladies spring and summer stock prices that will suit the Glendeane i David burg follow ahead place uished parson cursion said river AT SCHOPPS KY are fit for for Ladies Wash SuitsA- llcolors at 500 a suit worth 660 Ask to see them You will find tho most coraploto line of white goods and wash goods in Breckonridgo county Ladies Trimmed Hats Nice lino of ladies ready to wear hats from 150 to 500 ED F ALEXANDER j Irvington Kentucky