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The Breckenridge news: January 10, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912011001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 10, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. E ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI IDG FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages CONVENIENT CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912. celebrant. Hospitality was extended to them in nwny homes. It was hnlf past ten before the pnrty, numbering nbout thirty, returned to Mrs. Pig of the gOt'fl. No. 27 FOR CUMO T UNWRITTEN LAW FIRE RAGES IN THE GOLDEN GIRL TRAVEL Clor. M E STORES The rest of the eve.ilng was spent in playing games and in the enjoyment of Imposes Fine On H. L. Stader, the musical selections by Mrs. Louis Four Hundred Thousand Dollars Jolly. The nfter dinner speeches which an, LeDentist-Lat- ter Estimated Who Shot followed the luncheon wero much envi, Swartz And Baldwin PiWas With Wife Of Cloverport joyed by all except those who were called upon to give them. Some of the ano Company Are Heavy Liveryman. subject were: The New Year, Our Country, The Girls, Our Hostesses, Loosers. WEEKS Friends, Our Mothers VICTIM MANY ILL Tim young people have determined to make this plan an annual one, so all FIREMEN SUFFER FROM COLD "A Judge cannot recogn'ze the un- householders are warned that if they written law, though juries sometimes show a light next New Ytar's, they will Louisville, Ky., Jan. 5. At 1 do," declared Judge Boldrick In invite invasion. Miss Viola Lewis will o'clock this morning Captain Stephens Court Friday morning when he im- be hostess next New Year's. Obst fell four stories through the posed a fine of $50 on H.L. Stader and building, after slipping on tho ice placed him under $.'100 bond for three on the roof. He was dangerously hurt. Big Tobacco Sale Made. months. Stader. who Is a Clovorport Louisville, Ky., Jan. Four hunliveryman, was alleged to haveshotand Lexington, Ky., Jan. 6. It was an- dred thousand dollars Is tho estimated wounded Dr. J. R. Davis, a dentist, of nounced here that the Burlev Tobacco loss caused by a fire that deVine Grove, Ky., in front of 023 East society sold 800,000 pounds of the 1009 stroyed three ladies' apparel establishChestnut stroet at 2:30 o'clock the pooled crop of tobacco to independent ments, damaged the Baldwin piano morning of September 13. I9II. buj ers, said to have been former mem- store and slightly damaged the l The evidence showed that Dr. Davis bers of the American Tobacco company. building. All of the damaged was shot' while he was in company with The price, while not disclosed, is said to buildings arc situated in Fourth street, Stadcr's wife. Davis was shot from the have been less than 16H cents a pound. between Green and Walnut streets. rear, the bullet entering the base of At 11:30 o'clock tonight the blaze was the skull. He lingered between life under control. and death for weeks at the city hos- AS SEPARATE The iiro started in the store of H. J pital. Gutman & Co., shortly before 9 o'clock, The case was called Friday for the and soon destroyed the stock there and COMPANIES that of Abe Levi & Co., in tho same fourth tim3. On each previous calling It was declared that the prosecuting building. It then swept to the four stowitness could not be found. Dr. Davis ry building of the Swartz Co., and then said to Judge Boldrick that the Sheriff Former American Tobacco Sub- to the Baldwin store The damage to of Hardin county had niado noeilort to sidiaries Change Operating tho latter is mostly from water. loser, locate him: that he had been ill since Tho Swartz Co. is the heaviest the shooting and knew Friday was the Methods. The officers of the company place the day for the trial from the notice that s loss at 200.000 The appeared In the newspapers Dr. Davis Ky., Jan. 2. Having been job printing plant was damaged and Lexington, admitted having been with Stader's dissolved as one great corporation by for a time it was believed tho office wife when he was shot. Unit- proper would be destroybd. Stader testified to having come to order of the Supreme Court of the ComIn the theaters in the neighborhood Louisville September V2 and went to the ed States, the American Tobacco pany, the Pierre Lorlllard Company, the clanging of bells was heard and the Mrs. A. B. home of his sister-in-latalks from the stage prevented what is othMuir, 623 East Chestnut street, where the Liggett & Myers Company and said was an approaching panic of sehis wife was visiting. "They told me er former concerns in the American rious proportions. Not a fireman was my wife had gone out, but they did not Tobacco Company, began operations hurt, though they suffered from the inin the Kentucky markets to day as sepknow where she had gone. tense cold. was arate and distinct comi aiies. Each I decided to wait up for her. It 3:30 o'clock in the morning when I saw has a separate buyer and is operating Sustains Dislocated Knee. her enter the front gate. A man was entirely independent and in competiwith her and I saw them stop at the tion with the former members of the tobacco trust. gate. They came up to the front porch. Dr. S. It is believed that within the next home on S. Watkins is confined to his She recognized me and made an outcry Seventh street with a dislocatjust as the man started to run. I lost month another tobacco deal will be ed knee. The accident occured on Friby which the remainder of all my head and shot him as he ran out the pool holdings in the Burley Tobacco day near Narrows, Ohio county, when gate." the front Society will be purchased by one or the mule which he was driving ran away and threw .Dr. Watkins to the more of these companies. If this is done, Gifts From Alaska. plan to control the entire frozen ground. Owensboro Messenger. the Burley crop of Indiana, Ohio and KenNot a happier person in the county tucky will be started. For Another Year was there Christmas than Mrs. E J. Bandy, who received several nice gifts Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclose find from her son, S. T. Bandy, of Company EASTERNSTAR check for one dollar to pay my subG. 10th Infantry, Alaska, and also a scription to the News. G. O. Btanford, pretty present from Capt. L B. Irvington, Ky. wife, of the same Company. Of Stephensport Elects New OffLoss-GutmPo-llc- o Gut-ma- n 1 ht READYJOR Proud Advertisement For verport Foundry and Will Clover-port--M- Pate's Dream a Beauty. 0. K. Comes True-B- oat HULL RECEIVED Courier-Journa- Courlcr-Journal'- ten-ye- ar When the fiui hlng touch was placed on the "Golden Girl", one of the pret nest excursion stenmers that ever steamed the Ohio river was completed. The "Golden Girl" is a proud advertisement for Cloverport nnd the Clover- port Foundry & Machine Co., who built her for the Rounds Bros., of Owensboro, who will use her for au ex- cur.sion boat out of Owensboro, The "Golden Girl" is 92 feet long, 27 feet beam, nnd a depth of hull of four lf and feet. She has one large boiler nnd her engines will develop 150 horse power. The lower deck is petitioned off into three rooms as follows: boiler room, bar room, or to be used as officers quarters, and na engine room. The upper deck contain a large roomy cabin 17x52 with wide guards and a large forecastle that will seat a large crowd. The cabin contain no state rooms and was built for a dance room and all of the interior is in the natural finish. The dance room floors are gems cf beauty. Back of the cabin two nice toilet rooms have beeu made, large, roomy and airj J The pilot house is larger than usual, but owing to no state rooms it will be used for sleeping quarters for borne of the crew. All of the stairways, from deck to cabin and to top of forecastle, She is also are in hard wood finish. equipped with swinging stage and wilf be lighted by electricity. The Golden Girl has been Will Pate's drtams. As manager of the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co., who urnished all the material, he has closely watched the building of her, the laying of her hull, the finishing touches placed on her and has been assisted by a crew of good workmen. The hull inspector has received the hull and the boiler inspectors came down Saturday and inspected the boilers and after a trial trip will be turned over to the Rounds Bros., and will leave for that port where hhe will be furnished and fitted out for the Excursion business. one-ha- most localities comparatively expensive but it will be less so when it comes into more goneral use If the electric companies would follow the example of the gas companies in renting cooking ranges, it would be a great stride forward. In England some of the com panics chargo a special low rate for electric cooking, because it is done mostly in tho day time, whon there is little demand for the current for lighting purposes. But tho most radical way to reduce the cost will be to combine the electric range with the fireless cooker. Thousands of families that could not pay for an electric current five or a day could caiily alTord one for the fifteen minutes necessary for heating the food before it Is put into the box, besides tho few minutes needed for crisping roasts, browning colTee, or toasting broad, ft is quite likely that the electric range can be so constructed in part that no separate cooking box will be needed: and then the culinary millennium! six-hou- TRAVELING PUBLIC "Interchangeable Penny Script Books" Are Placed On Sale By The Henderson Contains 2500 Sells At $20. Route. Coupons, PUBLIC WILL BE PLEASED. January 7th, 1012, the L. H. & St. L. Ky., placed on sale at Cloverport and other principal ticket offices, a form of transportation order designated "Interchangeable Penny Script Books" which will be honored by practically all of the railroads in the Southeast ana which, it is believed, will be welcomed by the public. twenty-fiv- e Sim-mond- 's Mrs. Waggoner Burned. Mrs. Charlie Waggoner was badly burned on the face Thursday afternoon about one o'clock. She was fixing the fire in an air tight heater and the flames flew up In her face, burning her forehead severely and waking her sick with fright. icers-Mrs. Matron-Ha- ve M. Roberts Nice Chapter. L. ON PROMISES Every Clerk Gets Bible. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 30. Secretary of State Bruner today presented the members of his office force with Red Letter Testaments. He gave each of the newspaper men a fountain pen. Dr. Bniner is one of the. best liked members Vk aiuiuiakittbiuu. , fr it!. ..: of s Pythias Elect New Officers Stephensport, Jan. 7. (Speciul) The following are the appointed aud elected officers of Stephensport Chapter No. 130 O. E. S. for the ensuing year: Matron, Mrs. M. L. Roberts; Patron, Mr. K. H. Miller: Associate Matron, Mrs. V. J. Schopp; Secretary, Mr. A. Crawford; Treasurer, Mr. O. W. Do well; Conductress, Miss Kutie Belle McKaughan; Associate Conductress, Mrs. V. B. Gardner; Warden, Mrs. Ida Nottingham; Sentinel, Mr. J. C. Fella; Chaplain, Mrs. Geo. Driskell; Marshal, Mr. O. Black; Organist, Mrs. O. W. Dowell; Adati, Mrs. J.C. Fella; Ruth, Miss Bobbie Brodie; Esther, Mrs. G. W. Payne; Martha, Mrs. S. A. Bennett; Electa, Mrs. E. H. Miller; We are proud of our Chapter, we have good attendance and a promise of several new members. PROMISES are moral They are covenants to do or not to do; assurances, expectations of future things. How few of us realize their full significance. fulfillment. How many of us make them with the downright intention of their Promises should be made with caution and kept with care. For things promised are things due. Each book will contain at time of sale, hundred (2,r00) coupons, having face value of one cent each, or $25.00 in the aggregate, but will be soM Of Breckenridge County Passes for $'2) 00. The coupons of each book when attached to the cover and conAway Mrs. Richard Wathen tract thereof and presented to ticket agents by the Dies at Her Home at Bards-tow- n be accepted in original purchaser, will the purchase of transportation for individual ue between staJunction. tions in the Southeast at the rates and under the regulations set forth in the Mrs. Richard Wathen died at her tariff governing the sale and use of this home at Bardstown Junction, Decemform of transportation order. ber 50, of a complication following several year's illness. Critically III. Mrs. Wathen, who was Miss flettie Cunningham, was born in Elizabeth Bert Adkins, brother of Tite Adkins, town in ISoO, her father being Hundley conductor of the HenCunningham, a wealthy merchant of the place, and her mother, Sallie derson Route, is very ill of pneumonia that Wathen, a member of the well known at his home near Palcsville. Wathen family, of Breckenridge County. Mrs. Wathen was reared in Farmer's Union at HaTrtea educated in Fordsville, and in 1SS0 was married to Richard WathThe Farmer's Union of Breckenridge en, a son of Dr. Ben Wathen, a promi county will meet at Harned next Frinent physician of Breckenridge county. day. They have nearly 100,000 pounds The ceremony was performed by tho of Burley pooled. Samples will be late Ryan, of St. Louia, at shown that day and a sale made if right the residence of Mrs Wathen's uncle, price is offered. Rev. John Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Wathen made their Rather Favors Wilson. home at the old Wathen homestead, Mt. Merino, for four years and then Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, of moved to Bardstown Junction, whore Hardinsburg, was InCloveipoit Saturthey have lived for twenty-seveyears. Mrs. Wuthen was a noted horsewoman day. When asked about his choice in her youth and early married life and for President he said he rather favored will be so remembered by the older res- Wilson, but had it in his heart to be for idents of tho county. She was admired Clark or Underwood because they are Of Electricity for her brilliant intellect aud conver- Kertuckians. Possibilities sational power and her high standard Cook-- 1 of character. From HenrvT. KJiiek,',Th I'murnof STEPPED OFF Iuk and KatluK" In the January Ceutury She leaves a husband, two daughFor home use, electricity is still in ters, Elizabeth and Eula, one son, Richard, Jr., an uncle, Kev. John At Fordsville, And Chris Jones of California, and two Mrs. W. A. Pusey and Mrs. Receives Severe Cuts. Hundley McGoodwin. of Chicago. Mrs. Wathan was burled at Ellzabethtown. Fordsville, Ky., Jan. 4. As the Illinois Central train was approaching; Fordsville last night, Chris Jones stepMrs. Thumb At The White ped off tho coach while the train was in House-Gu- est Of Taft. full speed. Mr. Jones was formerly employed by the L. H. Ss St. , as a bridge foreman. He received several Mrs. Tom Thumb, the smallest cuts about the head and face. woman in the world and 70 years of age, visited President Taft at the White Mr. Irwin Remembered House last week. Her first visit to the Capitol was when she was a bride at At the reception given in honor of the twenty-onLouisvillo Press Club.by the Transportation Club of Louisville, the latter Drew EDITOR GAINES, MEMBER sented Lucien J. Irwin with a testiOF GOVERNOR'S STAFF monial of affection and remembrance. This took the form of a handsome sterling turkey dish and gravy bowl. Col. L. W. Gaines, of the "Trenton Progress,"ls receiving many congratu- Mr. Irwin was recently elected presiof the Transportation club and lations on his appolntment,by Governor dent almost as recently a benedict. McCreary as a member of his stair. FORMER RESIDENT -- well-know- n Eliza-bethtow- Atch-Bisho- n TRMk ni, half-siste- rs, L-.- w TJ c M e. V mnual election of officers held by "The Women Behind The Work" febts of Pythian for the ensuing a follows: J. A. Blak, C. C; wbandt, V. C; W.A. Roff, Prel.; jteCoy, M. W. ; C. W. Hamtnan, S.; Cbas. May.Sr., M. of F.; lead, M. of E ; Fred May, . Gregory, I. G.; James Blsh- The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church will hold their new year meeting at the church Monday, January IS, at 2:30 p. m. A special feature of the program will be a paper on "The Women Behind the Work." Ladies of church cordially invited. Down To Trenton Rock On Wednesday LEAP YEAR SOCIAL BY EPW0RTH LEAGUE night the Snowder oil Irvington, Jan. 6. (Special) The. leap year social, given at Mrs. Louis Jolly's, by the Epworth League Friday evening was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Jolly was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Nora Board, Mrs. Jess Je"nrabT and Miss Eliza Plggott andMr. Robert Lyon. Many amusing gai&es were ia troduced and much merrhqent resulted from the corn popping and' the marsh mallow toasting. The girls called for the boys early in the fcvenftig, basely left the poor young things toflnd their way home alone when the pa'rty bad their hostess good night. lelebration Of New Year's. Owen Duncan Dead The remains of Owen Duncan who died in Pcrorla, 111., December 28, was burled December 31 at the Taul graveyard, near his childhood home at Beech Fork. Mr. Duncan was the son of Mrs. Nat Taul and leaves a wife and three small children. Post News 0, (Special) A Jan. 3f young people, chaper- Piggott and Miss Ellen Ibrated New Year's evening svery house in the vicinity a light. The party as- (r. Munford's, where re- cre served, At half past irted on their round of kindly greetings and They Its with them. le young people at each Iteu to swell the number Died At Harned. Under no consideration promise a job for a certain day Linless you can stake your life on'its delivery. Broken promises create suspicion. Of certain men it can be said: "His word is as good as his bond" You be one of them. Progressive Papers. m rig, four miles back of town, roach ed a depth of 2,000 feet. The last 1,500 feet the drill passed through solid limestone, but on Wednesday evening it left this and entered a dark shale, known as Trenton rock, indicating, experts say, oil ahead. Following instructions, work was suspended to report, and it is belivod work will begin again at once. Enthusiasm over the prospects are high, and wo will report next week. Hawcsville Clarion. 4- - Goes To Ohio open up J. Byrne Severs has gone to Ohio to that territory for the Paducah Illness In Home. M. S. Crumes, merchant of Harned, who has been ill for a long time, died last Sunday and was buried Monday. iwm ,,wwi JHj Medicine Company. Mr. Severs is making a splendid record as traveling The many friends of Rev. Geo. H. salesman, arid his large circle of friends Hayes and Mrs. Hayes will be grieved in Cloverport are pleased to learn of to learn of their serious UIucm at their his success. home In Henderson, - iJAfcamtifcJtW A; UJt X. i.afcJ jiWi. 1 r. avA-j- , . i- - 4- 4 m irf m i Reasons for Disarming Natives In Sulu island United States Has Been Trying to Solve Problem For Twelve Years. outlaws will no longer PIANOS Direct from the Factnrv and no Middk man's Profit -- imm00 1AN0S Guard the Family Health often endangered by unsanitary Health cooking utensils. Physicians have found lhat cancer is caused by enamel ware chipping off and irritating the stomach. is A linn 1innrt.tfi() rnali- UMd Pianos fiom .$;)5.0() up. $175 on Timo Orruns from .$15.00 up We are Factory Representatives Write us for Catalogues Fanatio Juramentado Cuts Down All Christians He Can Reach. THE 107 DANlfl-SAMUEL- S MUSIC CO. OWIiNSBORO, KY. ) -- West Third St. the room nnd wound two of the servants before ho was finally dispatched by tho bayonets of tho gunrd. Under American rule Jolo hns main- to defy MOUO nblogovernmentthe United nnil Moro rnlds will no longer offer hope of battle to the peace worn soldiers In Luzon, for orders hnvo gone out that nil thu Morus In Mindanao nnd Jolo- - better known as Sulu be disarmed. Tho expedition which Major General John J. 1'crshlng, commanding tho department of Mindanao, sent to carry out this order, did not And the Moros meekly ready to lay down their arms. A number of tho outlaws died fighting. Somo GOO others made n last stand on the peak of Hud Dnjo, nn extinct volcano in the center of the Island of Jolo, where they were starved out and forced to surrender. What can n Christian nation do when It comes up against n race which believes that It can nttaln tho seventh heaven by killing Christians? Other nations hnvo had to don with this problem before, but tho United States met it first when It came face to face in the southern Islnnds of the Philippines with the Mohammcdnn Moros. Pdr twelve years tho United States has tried to nnswer Unit iiucstlou, nnd for twclvo years the short hand notes of that nnswer have bceu n list of murders, balanced by a log of punitive expeditions. Lieutenant Walter II. Rodney. Second United States cavalry, was murdered in the quarters at Jolo eight months ngo. This is the latest of tho crimes charged to n Jurnrncntado, a Mohammedan who has taken an oath to shed the blood of Christians. In this case1 the fanatic, dashing down the struct, slashing right and left with hlf'bolo, happened to meet Kodncy ftuH struck him down before he had ar chance to defend himself. Ever since tho United States set out to keep the penco,rln Jolo It lias used Vfly means toprevont these attacKs: but, in spite of the utmost precautions, n murder such ns Hint of ltodney Is a periodical occurrence It Is apparently ns hard to guard American citizens against reckless Moros as It Is to protect American presidents against reckless nnnrehlets. A Jurnmentndo 13 anything but n pleasant individual to encounter. For utter disregard of his own life he Is fit to rank with the most devoted of the companions of that prophet to whom ho also has sworn allegiance, for the Moro Is a Mohammedan and firmly believes In the glory of a bloody death. If he is so fortunate ns to take tho life of n Christian or two be dies his chances of making good in heaven are Immeasurably Increased. Searching' a Koro. In the tlini of the Spnnlsli occupation' of Jolo most careful precautions were taken against Juramcntndos. Ily tho side of tho path that led from the country to the gate n little white slab marked the deadline. In a small building about fifty yards from the gate a gunrd of four privates under n sergeant kept their guns loaded and their bayonets fixed. As soon as the guard saw a Moro approaching along this path they would shout. "Moro annado!" and that would bring the lest of the soldiers out from the gate at a double quick Supported thus with rllles leveled from the rear, the outside guard advanced to .search the Intruder. F.ven then they were not willing to trust ihlin. The privates stepped off ten paces aifd coveted him with their guns also, while tlk sergeant advanced and relieved him of Ills arms, Thoe were pot returned to hlin until he left tho I tained its rcputution for lawlessness nnd its Moro inhabitants their reputation for daredevil bravery. Tho sultan himself nnd his dnttos, who foresaw the end of their rule, did everything they could to obstruct tho cndcnvon of the Americans toward law nnd order. Ran Amuck at Wedding Feast. A few years ago when Lieutenant Colonel Kdwnrd W. Griffith was busy nt Ulgan building up a corps of Moro constabulary a Jurnmentndo was overcome before lie could do nny damngc. A datto wits being married, and the Americans had been Invited to tho wedding feast. Suddenly, in tho middle of the feast, a Moro ran amuck, rushed nt the assembled people nnd slashed right nnd left with his keen edged bolo. Everybody fled excepting Colonel Griffith nnd Cnptnln Wood. Tho latter officer quickly drew his revolver, but Colonel Griffith wns unarmed. Taking cnreful nlm nt the savage. Captain Wood fired, nnd thu colonel, springing forward, with his bare fist dealt tho murderer a knockout blow. Only lust spring In the Asljurlns barracks a short distance frorh' Jolo a Moro who was being searched in the old way Jumped for tile man that was searching him nnu was promptly shot down bj; .another of the guard. Ott,tldc of the army few Amerlcnns knw much about Jolo. They think of the island as a sort of a mythical place with a sultan In it somewhere out in the Pacific near the Philippines. As far as it goes that Idea Is correct. Jolo is tho main Island In the Sulu a chain of islands stretching between Mindanao nnd Uio coast of Hritish North Portico. The sultan of Sulu has been shorn of almost all his power now nnd Is practically nothing more thnn n pensioner of the American government. .lolo is a neat, well kept little town, with nn odd atmosphere all its own. The Mi eels are laid out with On the ea mathematical precision front are the officers' quarters and the clubhouse, with a little square in front, where the band plays in the een!ng to inspire the officers In the post dances. On the other side of the town are the red roofs of the barracks. Old Gate at Jolo. Across Jolo fiou the sea front stands the old gate, the opening scene in the "Sultnn of Sulu." This controls all approach from the country and Is always well guarded. The sentries hero must protect the town from dangerous characters, for It Is through this gate that fanatics who have sworn death vows in the country must pass before they can glut their religious passion on n Christian's blood There are always two sentries at this gate. One covers every Moro who comes In with his gun. while the other searches him. The sultnn, like all his subjects, was entirely reckless of human life. Inhuman cruelty, hi fact, was ouo of the chief characteristics of old Sultan Huron, "his excellency Paduca Majasari Maluana Amlral Maulnin Sultan Ha-ruNarrasld." to give him Ills full title. There is a story, and it is vouch ed for by olie of the most eminent his torlnns of the island, that he used to cut down slaves to try the edges of his new b.irongs. On the memory of many Americans who have perhaps never heard of Jolo the name of Jlklrl Is Indelibly impress- d Never did godfather choose a more appropriate name, for the very sound of It makes the leader think of brigands. The story Is that he nnd three other Moros swore eternal enmity to American rule and vowed In the Moro fashion that they would kill 300 of the hated foreigners before they died. The deaths of scores of American soldiers nnd civilians attested to the thoroughness with which they fulfilled that vow. They finally met death in the crater of un extinct volcano on a sand reef off the southern coast of Jolo. The end came on the morning of the Fourth of July. Up till that time the Moros, being so well covered, suffered practically no damage, but succeeded In killing three men nnd wounding n dozen others. 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Called at Breakfast Time. f In fist a Mohammedan was found on tho desert Island of Panay nnd was piomptly locked up as a suspicious character. Later he was taken Into tho Hervice of the Spanish governor. Don Manuel Castellan, who had among his collections a line set of native arms. One morning the Moro came bounding into tho (lltiliiir room hraudlshlui: a krls in one hand and a lancu In tho lion and daiu'e.l around tho table. j: who had some of his fel- Jo breakfast, was much rfroe performance. Hut Int did not last long, for 'lentado, hurled the lance prosecutor. The spear Pit olllelal's watch chain in lodged harmlessly In the W table. Hoth men at once with the would be nsRassln. goternor's wife had presence knd pluck enough to plclc up tnble knives and plunge it ilprlt's body above the shoulThe man fell to the lloor dead, but ho evidently had rness enough left to really Us mlssiuc his chance for the ruiC-liMVThis thought guve Mm itreHtb to Jump up, rush uround cn. Fourth their nuitnuuitlon had almost given out. Clearing the path by one last volley, they dropped their rifles, lelzwl their terrible barongs and k rises i nd. rushing down the side of tho crater In a cloud of dust, threw them-- t elves on the troops like a puck of Ihe fellow, who was evl- - lorvlshes. Jlklrl himself sprang at Lieutenant Wilson, seized him by the lair nnd struck a deadly blow at his teck with u krls. Wilson would have been decapitated hud not Lieutenant Ilacr Just lu the nick of time shot Jlklrl In the head nnd killed him. So lied the lust of the Moro outlaw chiefs. The construction of the Northern Trunsaudlno rnllway will bo begun "bout the middle of 1012, the operations commencing simultaneously at Vjtli sides of the Andes, through San Francisco pads. The Una will connect Coplapo with Tlnogasta. To Pierce the Andes. ment. Inasmuch as this county was the firt to settle iu full with the state for tl e loll taxes it was County Court Cletk, Herbert Heard's hope to get by Christmas the money due Breckenridge fcr sheep killed by dogs. A letter from the outgoing auditor informed him that the law forbids its being returned to the Mack Brown returned Saturday to counties before Juu. 1, As that lime is the State University at Lexington. pusued he is expecting just as soon as Miss Delia Kincheloe has returned the new auditor can get around to that to Louisville. part of bis work, this column will conon the tain immediate notice of his receiving Ernest Osborne's residence, Brandenburg road, a mile from town, it and having it ready for distribution. burned Saturday. Most of his houseMedicines that aid Nature are always hold effects were saved. most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Mrs. Huth Marr, of Custer, has qual- Remedy acts un this plan. It allays ified as administratrix of the estate of the cough, releives the lungs, opens her deceased'husband, Luther Marr. tho secretions and aids Nature in reJohn Marshall's school closed at Bells storing the system to a healthy conditFriday. He goes to McQuady to teach ion. Thousands have testified to Its the last month. F. M. C. Jolly, the superior excellence. Sold by all deal McQuady teacher, resigned at the end ers. of the fifth month. Supt. Driskell reports that he has Opportunity From The visited all the schools but seven. More Golden West to a Good Man than half have closed with the holi days. Roy Moorman has an ad In this week's Rev. Charles J. Dohn, of Centaur, News wanting a live wire man to repreMo., aad Bliss Edith E. Medler, of sent his offico at El Centro, Cal. Mr, Klngswood, were married at the home Moorman is making a success in Calof the bride's father, George Medler, ifornia aud is offering the same opportunity to others. at Klngswood, Jan. 2. Spring, John Franklin Meador and Tom Wilson, of basin Spring, were here on bus iness Saturdaj'. Mrs. D. II. Henning spent a few days last week in Louisville visiting hrr daughter, Mrs. Philips. Mrs. II. J. Roberts and children and Mrs Herbert Hall and children were in the Clover Creek neighborhood last week. It is reported that Frank Dellaven will move to Louisville soon. J. 11. Stinnett, who has been at Alex-I(II , since last March, is at home for a two weeks' visit. Jailer Hall has had no one in the county oastile fur nearly two months. Miss Alma Perkins, of Cloverport, has been the guest of Misses Clara and Bess Hook. Miss Loraine Norris, of Louisville, returned home yesterday after a visit to Mrs. John 10 Kincheloe. Irvin Taylor was the guest of Robert Curtis, of Glen Dean, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leu Walls last week. 's G. R. Watlington came over from Sunday to accompany nis daughter, Miss Laura, who returnod to a visit to relatives in Louisville. school. Mrs. Walker, of Kingswood, has been R. S. Skillman left Monday for Has-i- n conducting an interesting meeting at John Secuskieand Miss Argle Board, both of Custer, were married at the residence of Mrs. Eliza Taylor in this city on last Thursday, tho Rev. M. L Dyer olliciating, Wm. J. Hall went to Centertown Saturday and returned Monday. Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee WhIIs. Dave Walla left Siturday for Custer where he opens a private school under most auspicious rirctimstnncs. Mrs. Blanche Reed has returned niter make more money. Pleasant but pefbistcnt, it works at you year after year to rai;c larger crops, finer horses and cows, heavier hoes, bigger apples and potatoes, and shows you just HOW to do it. will tell you he nccr knew how much bigger crops he could raise tint. I Fkm Jouunai. put it into his head to work more with his isxaiks. This great little paper is always nudging fanners up to Oakland school-hous- e for several days. George Monarch returned to the State University willi his son, who was at home for the holidiiys. Judge Moorman is in LouUvilleon le- gal business. Tom Tindle, of Glen Dean, came up Sunday to free Mr. aud M's, Krues-- Osborne. t old, and has over 750,000 subscribers, more than any other farm paper published. Its four million readers (known as "Our Folks") are the most intelligent and prosperous country people in the world, and arc always saying Farm Journal helped to make them so. It is clean, brief, "boiled down," full of practical wisdom, gumption, fun and sunshine. It believes in order, thrift, kindness, comfort, and happiness, and it lias old Peter Tumbledown always ready to show how NOT to run a farm. "Our Folks" have comfortable homes, modern buildings and machinery, tight roofs and fences, gates that swing free, sound and happy wives and children, and money in horses, bank. Their potatoes are the largest, their milk tests the highest, Live their hogs weigh most, their fruit brings the best prices. farmers everywhere find this out, and they want the Farm Journal. well-dressed Farm Journal ("cream, not shim-milk- ") is 34 years Subscribe now, and get with the paper any of these famous s, Our theruiuiueters showrd a record of 13 degrees below Zero Sunday morniug. Mr. Marcus Kincheloe, who is spending the winter in Southern California, was down in Mexico Christmas where flowers and warmth make one think f eternal summer. K. McDavis, an experienced man with a wide acquaintauceovbr the couti ty, has accepted a position with B. 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It tells when and how to plant, cultivate, harvest and market every kind. DUCK DOLLARS tells of the great Weber duck-farnear lloston. Every year they sell over 40,000 ducklings at a net profit of SO cents each. why ducks pay them better than chickens, and iust HOW they do everything. Tells m GARDEN GOLD shows how to make your back-yar- d Any one of these splendid booklets, with Farm Journal FOUR full years, U VDUl lOr tll Ur (( $L.JJ C1 (And If you; subscribe NOW, More thry are tit sour, tad ui where you uw thU crier, we will wml you tlsa ltlrliartl IteWvttl, Franklin great almanac brought down to 1912, packed with wit tad wUdom lur tut farmer.) Ixr FARM JOURNAL, 333 N. Clifton Street, Philadelphia Tear off this coupon, fit it out. and send to us with money or cheek reobobop o 00 00 op 0.0.0.0 000000000 OjO 0.0 OjClLO.OjPOLOro'OVo'O m o oxo o p Publishers Fa km Jouknal, 333 N. Clifton Street, Philadelphia: Here is $1.00, to pay for your TRIPLE CLUB OFFER as advertised, You arc to send me the Fakm Journal for FOUR FULL YEARS, and this booklet ... BOTH for $1.00. And if you get this IN TIME, you arc to send also the K Poor Richard Almanac for 1012. 0 o Name g Full Address I (Don't lorfet to iucli so tbe money. We will uk your CHUCK.) Special offer Advertised iu The Dreckenridg News wl DEALT FAIRLY BY OPPONENTS Plays No Speaker o! House COMMITTEE In Organizing APPOINTMENTS the House For the Business of the Session, Speaker Terrell Displayed a Degree of Impartiality That HaB Given Even Those Who Opposed Him Most Opportunity For Praise. ) ih h w Frankfort, Ky., .Inn. 9. "To tho victor belong tlio spoils" is n saying In politics that usually Is lived up to, but In tho appointment of tho standing committees of tho house this session, Claudo Terrell, tho speaker, did not follow the precept. With tho speakership In his control and tho power to namo the committees resting with him and his friends, Mr. Terrell showed the 'right spirit and gave good appoint ments to tho followers of his opponent, Harry Schoberth, of Woodford county. Mr. Terrell went oven further than that and gave good places to tho few Republicans In tho houso who rtro on tho other sldo of tho political fonco from Mr. Terrell. The appointments wero not announced until Tuesday, although It had been expected that thoy would go to the houso on Monday. Tho Rules committee, that body, which Is In clinrgo of the business of The house during tho last days of tho session, was announced on Tuesday and this committee went over tho list of the other committees, making few changes. Tho Rules committee Is tho most sought-fo- r place In tho house, next to tho speakership. In tho house In tho last Tew dnys of tho session there Is nlwnys a rush on tho part of members to got their bills up for passage. Tho legislators usually dally along for six or eight weeks and then crowd Into the last few days the actual work of the session. To give somo semblance of order and to got tho work out, it has been tho custom to permit of no measure being reported from the committee, from the calendar or ordeis of the day, unless called up by tho Rules committee. This will be the program again this year. Tuesday was bill day In tho house, and more than two hundred measures, providing for everything under tho sun were offered by the members. Tho senate has no bill day, overy day being bill day, but no bills were offered during tho first week of the present session. The sessions wero mostly devoted to the routine of orglnlzation and adjournment was taken on Wednesday until Tuesday, each house waiting for the appointment of the committees. Hut tho house members had their chance on Tuesday, and they took prompt ndvantage of It to pour Into the hopper bills for many things. Every plank In the Democratic platform will be carried out If the bills ,, introduced all paa for a bill was off ered carrying Into effect every plank In that platrorm. As there was little difference between the Republican and Democratic planks tho minority, the1 Republicans, will offer much the same bills as the Democrats. Both parties are pledged to prison reform, and the leaders of the Itenub- lican minortiy have said that they will back up tho Democrats In tho proposal to take the prisons out of politics. Just how thoy are to be taken out of politics is what Is causing the talk. Tho pros-- ' ent prison commissioners say that , thoy nre not opposed to tnxing rne prisons out of politics, but they do not think It would ho carrying out the Democratic plntform to transfer the pntronnR? of the prisons from the men who now contrcd It to the opposing faction In the Dcmncrntte partv. They nn' that they are willing to do what they can to carry out the Democratic platform, but they differ with tho other side ns to the methods thnt arc to ho employed. One side wnnts the prisons placed under the control of the governor, giving tho governor power to appoint prison commissioners, instend of having them elected by tho legislature as nt present. Ell IJrown, chnlrman of the prison commission, says this would bo turning tho pntronnge, which Is taken away from his board, over to the other side. Tho commissioners say thnt they would bo willing to have tho people elect the commissioners ns the railroad commissioners nre elected, by districts. It Is regarded ns prob nhlo that the friends of tho prison commissioners will try to get through a bill mnklng the ofllco of prison commissioner elective by direct vote of tho people. Tho state would ho divided Into three districts, probably so arranged thnt no Republican could bo elected nnd nn election hnd every four years to choose each commissioner. In the fight over tho speakership, It was charged that Mr. Schoberth, of Woodford county, was the candidate of the prison commission, and that ho was representing them. It was also charged that the "lobbyists" were behind Mr. Schoberth. This was denied with vigor by Mr Schoberth and his frlen-'who asserted that he and his fr'rnds were pledged to carry out the p'.inks In the Democratic plntform. Mr. Schoberth wont down In defeat with spunk, and showed that ho can Le a good loser by the smiling way bo took defeat. Tho soreness resulting from tho race has about vnnlshed, and everything Is now peaceful. Of course, thoro was more or less wild talk following tho speakership race and It was said that tho grand Jury would make an Investigation, hut It Is believed that the mntter will be dropped as ttu-rseems to be nothing authentic in .my or the rumors that were circulated about the capltol on the day after the Democratic caucus. That they will get through their bill granting school s'ifi'rage to women In this state is the confident belief of the lenders of the State Federation of Women's Clubs of Kentucky. Tho board held a meeting here Thursday, and while hero they said thpy were so confident of getting the bill passed that they had ceased to talk about It. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, who Is president of the State Federation, says sho has been told by the leaders of both sides in the present leglslatuie, that tho school suffrage bill will certainly become a law. When the women have secured school suffrage, they will come back to tho legislature and ask for full suffrage. Mrs. Smith is a suffragist although the State Federation has not gone that far and she says It is only a question of a short time until the womep will have the ballot, with an educational qualification. In Kentucky. The women thus far have contented themselves with asking for limited suffrage. Two ycais ago when the women appeared before a senate committee asking for school suffiago, Senator Hogg told them that if they would come back to Frankfort in 1912, each with a baby, time being granted to all to mnrry. If they wero unmarried, he would vote for tho bill. This Is to bo answered, and It is stated that the women will come to Frankfort bringing their babies with them to help plead for school suffrage. Tho women have turned their challenge Into a weaiKjn, and will use tho children ns exhibits, claiming tho right to Uavn KoinnthJiicr to sav about who s Pale Faces weak, and sliaky women who suffer every day wills womanly weakness need (he help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you arc weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, The Sale of Sales I Bacon's Annual Sale ol White Attend this sale. It will pay you $25,000 WORTH OF NEW MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS will be offered at the lowest known prices; come and see and mmmmMmmiWmmmwmwmmmmmmmmmmwm if v Began Monday, January 8th,jEnds CAR 'Ji' Saturday, January 13th The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of I suffered, hardly go. nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after, 1 weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in gooa health." tsegin taking Cardui, today. wmard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could be convinced of the unusual offers that willbe featured e shall educate fiiem fn tho pitblTc schools. Of course most of the unmarried women who were here last session have not married since, but thoy will borrow children and members of tho Federation who havo children, (tho president. 'iy the wny has two) will storm tho senate committee. Only tho preliminary work of tho present session hns been done and but little has been accomplished toward legislation. Those who nre leading the fight for certain bills say that tho work will ho dono early and not jammed Into tho closing days. Gov. McCrcary Is taking actlvo part In tho business of tho present session. He lias already let the legislators know that ho does not propose to sit back and look on, but will bo In the thick of tho fighting, trying to carry through tho recommendations that lie made in his message. The message was a lengthy one nnd covered many subjects, so many In fact that few of tho members havo succeeded In grasping nil that tho governor touched upon In his recommendations. When tho governor let it be known that he wanted Mr. Terrell elected speaker of tho house nnd made a determined light to land him in the chnlr, the members know that the governor was not simply a lay figure, but a lively Individual, despite his vears. Tho governor has told the legislature what ho wants it to do. and he proposes to see to It thnt they do as they nre told, If he can. In his message, Oov. Willson omitted all reference to the need of a new governor's mansion. The governor knows about the mansion, for ho lived theio tliii jenis ago. He said the other dav that when he lived In the mansion in 1S7U It had, to be proji-lieup with boards In the cellar to keep it from falling down, so the conty-sl- v "Zsssam RAILROADjFARES BACON & SttfW iSRaaBuw "" REFUNDED r We will refund in eiis-- 5 per cent of our total put chases up to tho nn ount of 3 our round trio railroad fare. BDSsCZ.rmi jy" est EJE3W THE OLD RELIABLE BRE CKINRIDGEgBANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 39 years of honorable dialing. I'h.-- m d claim to its full amount on demand. thioujjh three panics and paid every legitimate Never scaled a check. 3 An absolutely Safe Place (o do Business. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY per cent on Time Deposits FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS XJS3TW eCTRflR d Educate For Husisa f .13 dial-long- o W-- y Relief Rheumatism Try Sloan's Liniment tor your rheumatism don't rub just lay it on lightly. It goes straight to the sore spot, quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops the pain. from Here's Proof ment for rheumatism with much cess." Julia Thomas of Jackson, Cal., writes: "I have used your LiniMrs. suc- W Cuest want Martin J. Tunis, 100 10th Ave., Paterson, N, J., writes: was a fcheumatlsm for two years and I could not move at all j had om place to place, 1 tiled remedies aim could not get bet-p- d Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed me up in good shape pays have a bottle in the house for my wife and children." "I CANS IMENT o' book Post News dition of the mansion at tho present time may be Imagined. When Mrs. Willson, wife of the former governor, was in the mansion sho did wonders with it. and her tasto enabled her to make It appear attractive. The were oot'cicd up, and the casual visitor would not have noticed that the old building wns in need of repair. Kentucky's first governor lived in that ild mansion. Uo did. not live there is the tlrst governor, the mansion not having been built until after he went out, but Isaac Shelby wns elected governor twice, and during his second term as governor, four years after ' went out of olllce the tlrst time, he ' ed In the piescnt mansion. The now mansion Is the pot of '.lent. Gov. Ed MoOermott. lie says ' v. McCrenrv fcols a hesitancy about asking U r a new mnnsion In 'I leh ho Is to live, so Gov. McDermott s d "lug nil tho tnlklng about a new He hns referred to this Tans'on. n several ndilr's m which lie bus troth recently, notably the address he dellveicd in taking bis sent us presiding olllccr of tho senate He siiys Kentucky which Is practlcnlly out of debt, with a two million dollar building for n capltol, should have a mansion for tho governor, that would bo in keeping with the leputatlou of tho state. Peter Leo Atherton, probably the ono millionaire who has over been in the Kentucky legislature, certainly the only one in recent years, Is keeping bouse, by his lonesome, In ono of the finest homes In Frankfort, which ho rented furnished for the besslon. Mr. Atherton came to the legislature to look nfter good loads and school Improvement which are Ids hobbles, but he wanted home life as well. Ho unlu ho could not stand n betel for three months, so he scouted nbuut nnd found the kind of a house ho wanted. He brought up from Louisville a good cook and somo servants and now Is living like ho lives nt homo de-for- Private instruction irorri c::pe,-- t teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . ..Slioi'tliniit HonUkeepiiiK. . ..Itnnitl Calculation. IVmiiiiiisIiip. H ... .. ... .T3MuritiiiK. . . .Civil Sfi'tiir. . . .Commercial law. . . .Arithmetic. ,. . .Spelling. .. .. ,. . .Cuniineirial Geography. ,, ., H"IilK, Commerce. .. -- v .Punctuation. I'm' of Adding Machine and KiiKlish. ... .Grammar. Xamo other ollice deUce. Address Daviess County Business College Acknowledge the College." trirMnuTuraunraw E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensboro, Ky. NOTICE vs. Carl h. Wilson, Defendant All persons having claims ncalnst the estate of George W. Ilurton, deceased, will file the same with the undersigned commissioner on or before the first day of February, UM8: duly proven as required by law, this the (1th day of December, 1011. I.ce Walls. tl HOW OLD IS YOUR BABY? is two years old and you save two dollars a week for ho will have inoro than A THOUSAND DOLLARS when him. ho is just ton j ears of ago. Think of itl Your ljttlo girl needs a bank account all her own. Sho is entitled to it, nt least, fiOe a week which means u neat sum when sho will have fin islied High School. Hank accounts for tho children show SI Bank of H'burc& Trust Co.,Pl'ff. If sho F M Com'r im St. Romuald's Centennial. Photographs of the nmup nud Interior of the church for sale at J T. Hohen's More, llardiusburjr, J.lr. McGary, Kirk, HrabatuU's studio, Cloverport. Price 50c each. fore-thoug- ht of tho patents. Teach your child to save us well us to earn. Saving money is tho lmrdo-- t lesson to learn nnd is easier to master in early childhood. h wm in. Good for rfdurafeia. Toothache. Lumbago and by all dealers. Prlem 23c.', SOc. and fl.OO. on Hone, Cattle, Jlog and Foultiy Mat free. Addrcs lKL S, SLOAN,. Vi - - - Boston. M. Doan's Regulates cure constipation, tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, Megerley fell Friday night promote digestion and appetite and Frank and broke his right leg. He will proba- easy passage of the bowels. Ask your bly be confined to his house all whiter, druggest for them. 23c a box. Frank Megerley III. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. Better Subscribe for The News Right Now " ' ;i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. DADBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. al Brick Manufacturers J Iflsucd Every Wcdnosday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10. 1912 Subscription Prico 1.00 a ycnr in advance. . BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nntl 6 Association. All kind of brick, clay, retorts, pottcrv, sanitary ware, mosnids, and electrical insulators, bo oxhibited. Mr. Louio Ditzonbauch, who is in tho office of Bownc, manager of tho Murray Rooting Tile Plant, of this city, pects to attend the assemble and exposition of these largo tile brick organizations. gas will wmmmmmmmmwrn Mr. ex- Wlet) and cents for encli ad- ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rate of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. XO MORE "JUjYK!" Orvillc L. Pace, leprescntinjr the International Harvester Co., for the I. II. C, in Kentucky, started out on his now and block-mayear's work last week. Mr. Pace said that last year the company thirty-fiv- e now men, and only live of them made Rood. One rdcU pints is employing dependable men and says ;t is alof his ha most impossible to find men who will stick to their road lone enough to make themselves valuable to the company. Another part of his work is to act names for the Huivester's Company advertising bureau. lie tries his best to get the right names and addresses so the advertis. take ins matter will be turo to reach them. "As much pains ns we send material we of the advertising f to get addresses accurate, comes back to our oflice," he said. The International Harvester out Company has its own system of advertising u system of tendinsr out circulars, souvenirs and other novelties, expecting them to reach the of the "junk" lies in trade, but they never do. More than one-hauncalled for or on the desks or counters of their agents. the post-ofli- cc Saturday an I. II. C. advertising man was on the tram giving away little pearl handle kniv.-- as ads for the company. He said they were going to abolish this way of advertising and use the newspapers. To learn that newhpaper advertising is the best, has cost the International Harvester Company thousands of dollars. We arc glad they are contemplating to advertise through the ncvspapcrs,nntl hope they will do ij. This is an ago of advertising and the newspaper is thejueat rcYitible medium known. n em-ploye- ly and sec if you liavo not gotten more than thrco cents worth of information and pleasure Tho Brcokcnridgo News is a' dollar tho year. Arc you paying for it or going in debt to your neighbor every week? Our columns this week arc tilled with all tho news and persona items from tho county. Letters from Glen Dean, Ilarncd, Amnions, Lodiluire, Stcphcnspoit, llardinsburg, Irvington and tho latest happenings of tlm State and Nation, crowd tho paper. Besides all this, arc pieturcs of real life; our advertisements aro excellent for our merchants and business men. Read them thorough show-windo- fiMfttomv us rescue 7 " Voat money will be a, "mre vtovm mend mmmmmmmmmmr-.A fs . Dc embev Democrats in this county iiro nearly solid for Woodrow Wilson There has been no for tho Democratic nomination for President. elhirt on tho part of anyone to work up an interest in his candidacy. It seems to bo a general uprising for the man and his principles. Woodrow Wilson says that wo all know what wo want, but wo not know how to get it. Only one way and that is to keep on da wanting what wo want. Many men give up wanting as well as trying to get what they want. As a man d every citizen in tho town and county should take stock. Invest a dollar yearly and sec what your dividend will be. Do not expect to get any benefit The homo newspaper is a stock company in which from tho paper when you aro not a stock-holder. jjnws older Ins earning power dwindles away. So THE SAFE THING lo do is lo BANK money while young manhood lasts, and ear- ning power is great. early in life. COMFORT late in life can come only from ECONOMY one-hal- "Fellow Democrats wo must stand together" was tho key note We need Bryan of Gov. Wilson's speech at tho Jackson banquet. and all true Democrats and a good big bunch of Kopuulicans to win in November. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 Surplus $22,500 & TRUST CO., ' THE Resources $372,600 :: Hardinsburg, lf Railroad trains can't get over tracts covered with snow, sleet and ice any more than a wagon train. Give the trainmen a show and a kind word. Thoy always do their best to make time. B. F. Hardin, our correspondent at Lodiburg, said the thermometer dropped to 28 degrees below zero there. It wasn't near that cold here even at church. BANK OF HARDINSBURG Ky. 1 s 1 Aren't 3'ou Governor McCreary is living up to his promises. proud of the old man Wcaio, and every man in Kentucky will bo before he goes out of ollice. .i One thousand Democrats from all parts of the country held a Whom do you Bicckenridgc county Demociats want for Presilove feast at Washington Monday. They predicted success for the dent of the United States? Ileio aro the Democratic Prcsideiitiil party next November. possibilities for 1912: Woodrow Wilson, Governor of New Jersey; Judson Harmon, Governor of Ohio; Champ Clark, Democratic Speakr Read our Frankfort letter. It tells you what tho salons are er of the Federal House of Representatives, and Oscar W. UnderThis will be a weekly feature during the in the Legislature. wood, Democratic lender in the Lower llou.--e of Congress. We want every Democrat in the county to send us your choice. Just write us a postal card and let us know your man. do-in- si'jjvjj us rouu choice Hardinsburg Normal School The School will Begin FEBRUARY 13, 1912 An able and proficient Instructor will be in charge. Course of Study and Terms: Common School Diploma, per month County Certificate, per month State Certificate, per month Good board Wo arc pleased to acknowledge receipt of the Western Kentucky State Normal School bulletin. In shows what excellent work the Normal is doing, not only for itself, but for the masses, tho student teachers, and for the state of Kentucky. The bulletin contains illustrations of the Normal and of schools taught by its graduates and their pictures. Its personal reports from every county where its train-fe- d teachers have charge, give proof of the intluence of the Normal. President, II. II. Cherry, writes: "We have done everything in our power to give the State a service that will win the conlidenee of the people." Wo know from his ctl'orts that his whole heart is in the State Normal Suhool of tho "Western District and what he has accomplished in building up the institution tells where his treasure is. & Company, tobacco buyers of this city, have pounds of tobacco, the largest purchase ever made bought 2,000,000 in the history of the town. This means the distribution of nearly $200,000 in cold cash in this community. The merchants of this town ought to get busy and no after some of this good money. Advertising in tho News will get it. Our merchants will hnve to wake up to the importance of advertising. The day has passed when a merchant' He must let tho can sit back and wait for trade to como to him. people know what he has to sell and how he sells it. Publicity is a great business puller. LITTLIJ STOKIKS WHITTHN $2.00 3.00 While The Press Thmders y LOUISK 4.00 at $3 and $3.25 per week John Phclon ) tilt- - tllilll. Inc Saturday was the first touch of real winter that Cloverpnrt has felt and Sunday moruiiin" blanket of beautiful snow covered the whole town and the hills and the valleys in the distance. "It used to be that everyone wore arctic overshoes, lejiKins and wrapped up in veils and shawl on a day like this," said Mrs. A. R. Pisher on her way home from church Sunday morning, "but now, we just wear sandals." Truly the day of "buiidling up" has passed and people seem to he as comfortable In fact, doctors say that furs around the neck cause throat trouble, and one rarely ever sees u man weaiing n muffler. nov-a-days lives the simple life unci she is one of the brightest, happiest young women in For particulars address town. ooo 1 o r r Next March will bo a busy month in Chicacro. Manufacturers representing the billion dollar clay working industry aro to assemble in Chicago and a municipal congress is to meet thereat the same time. One of the most important conventions at that time will bo the Nation- PfV WANTED N 9 "IJWiWP FP Wrm i salesman for the best stock proposition ever offered the people A 1, references and must nish a live wire. No others need apply i beyou can fill the bill, address imIf first-clas- s of Breckinridge County. Must fur- "We have only three girls in our town who are really on the carpet and eleven bachtl us," said an attorney of the county-sea- t Friday. "These girls have so much attention by the younger set that they do not know we are in existence. If I knew that I weie to uieit a pretty, attractive girl who would condescend to look at me every day, I would get up early every morning, make a fire in my room and spend sometime trying to look better than the best old batch in town." ooo A traveler said to the discouraged lawyer: "Cheer up! This is leap year. "I have cleaned all my vases, ornaments and pictures, wrapped them up Take a trip. Go to some kind of a conand put them away. All I have out on vention, don't sit around and go to WARtf All vnll . .. .... j ..u ill a tirmA until, " I'MW... my dresser is absolutely what I need," ... Wednesday. "I said a OOO have enough to go to watch my two ba"Here is one dollar for my League bies and keep them clean." The mother dues," said a Leaguer last week. "It is some of my Christmas money, I hate to give it up, but I want to start the New Year right." Out of debt and into the New Year is a glorious feeling, not to owe your merchant, your church or the Aid Society a penny is the best way to celebrate the beginning of 1012. It means so much to treasurers of church societies and lodges for members to be prompt in paying their dues and it means so little to the members to pay every mouth. To pay one's own part without being reminded or urged shows an interest that never lags. Mrs. Bob Merce sajs she likes to collect Aid Society dues and has lots of fuu helping the women to find their pocket-book- s. Hut she is one woman out of a hundred who gets merriment out of hard tacks. ANDREW DRISKELL, Hardinsburg, Ky. "J Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICERS MATTHIAS MILLER, President JOHN CLEVE D. SHAW, IIENDRICK, W. K. BARNNS, Cashier Asst. Cashier I DIRECTORS Dr. Wm. L. Milliner A. C. Glasscock Allen R. Kincheloe .. n'l t,"-"- J, W. Gulhrie A. N. Skillinan house-keep- Huston Alexander J. W. Teaff l er V The Farmers Bank at the close of business December RESOURCES $77,799 07 Loans and Discounts Cash and due from banks 20.7U.87 1,606 21 Overdrafts Secured 5,181.59 Banking House and Lot 875.00 Furniture and Fixtures $106,176.74 SI atement of ' 30, 1911 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Undivided $15,000.00 7,000.00 229-79 Profits Deposits 83.9t6.95 $106,176.74 Tho above statement is correct JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier Wo carry lire and burglary insurance and pay interest on time deposits. Wo liavo placed a three per cent dividend to tho credit of our stockholders and one thousand dollars to tho surplus fund of tho bank. If you aro a custoraor wo thunk you for your patronage and if you aro not wo will bo glad to havo you open an account with us. m Jolting His Lawyer.. What wns tho namo you called your lawyer? Gotha- m- Necessity. "But that's a fuuny name. Why do you call him Necessity?" "Because ho knows no law." Statesranu. Church A Matter of Fraction!. Biggs My half brother Is engaged Yon-ker- e m m " " mm - - mediately, EL 'iru it. ""n. ROY MOORMAN, CENTRO, Imperial County, California J my wife's half sister. will they bo made one? to Dlggs When Boston Tranop- -- Come To The Breckenrldge News For script. An evil speaker only wants an portunity to become an evijdow. ) JOB WORK l (E6e Brcckcnridge Ncws 10, 1912 which turned over and caused the ac- cident. Mrs. Nannie Ferry has returned from Louisville, where she visited her granddaughters, Misses Nancy and Louise IN THE REALM OF WEDNESDAY, JAN. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN DY THE ADVERTISING nHpniaaHiSEI GENERAL OFFICES Suitable for the Christmas party Is 8A1.H-- A i liorfio power Mutloncrj NEW YORK AND CHICAGO tuo pretty dress lllustrntcd here. It Is colt Knittno; Wutldns nvike. in Rood Ons Announcement has brcn received made of soft while unliisook, with tiny Hrrckt'iirlriRcNowi, C ovorjjort, Ivy. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES from Versailles that Mr. ond Mrs. David tucks arranged In the form of u vest Phelps are receiving congratulations on and outlined with a V shaped trim For Sale R4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS their fine son, who nrrived Saturday. .s, pOItSAI.K-DppnMortRiiKisiind allklnds of IcriiI hliinkK. HrcckvnrldRe Nowm, Misses Eva and Edith Plank enterCloverport, Ky. $ 2.G0 tained the Girls Club to n buffet lunchFor Precinct mid city Offices Wednesday afternoon. Miss $ 5.00 eon For Sale Scholarship For County Offices lo.OO Martha Willis will entertain this afterOffices f For StHte nnd District sM.R Scholarship In the Howling Foil University. Rood In any dciurt 10 noon For Calls, per line mont of Unit University. IlrcokcnrldKoNsni, V. G. Babbage is Don't forget that V Cloverport. Ky. For Cnrds, per line prepared to draft any kind of a legal For All Publications hi tbe interpaper, such as deeds, mortgages, rent est of individuals or expression 10 bonds, etc., and take the acknowledgeof individual views per line Notice ment on same. W. B. Phelos has been ill since SunThat resolutions of respect aro day at his home in this city and had tc published at 5 cents per lino. borrow Harold Murray and Stuart Plenso do not send obituaries to LOCAL BREVITIES grand-socould not Babbage, as his tho News without expecting to come home to stay with him pay for tho publication of this Mrs. Lizzie Geer has returned home from Pineville where she had a delightkind of matter. Thoughtlessness. ful visit to relatives. She had a Christmas dinner, including a turkey and many delicious courses, prepared at Louisville Evening Post Thev say the world is round, and yet and Breckenridge News Benedict's in Louisville and sent to her think it square, I often one year $3.50. hostess at Pineville as a yuletide gift. So many little hurts we get From corners here and there. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs. A Famous Walking Match. But one sad truth in life I've found, Lightfoot gave a beautiful dinner FriThomas Bailey Aldrlcu was ono of While journeying East nnd West, day night at their home on the East tho characters mnde notnblo In n celeThe only folk we really wound Side. Plates were laid for the followbrated walking match which was got love the best. Are those we ing guests: Mrs. Charles B. Skillman, up by Dickens during his second visit We flatter those we scarcely know. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner, Mr. to America. The match was n stretch We please the fleeting guest, and Mrs. Frank Payne, Miss Lizzie of about six tulles over the Boston thoughtless blow Skillman, Miss Ora Hendricks and Dr. And deal full many a mllldnm toward Newton Center, tu To those who love us best. Chas. Lightfoot. tho articles of agreement tho signatures were stated to he: Osgood J. Picked Up. Tho Doston Bantam Delivery Boy Wanted at T F. Saw- James T. Fields Massachusetts Jemmy yer's. Charles Dickons The Oadshlll Gasper muss or nainsook and lice. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Montgomery are At the dinner given by the contestAndrew Crawford and Sam Dix were visiting relatives in Oklahoma. o'f very tine Irish luce insertion. mlng ants nt the Parker House, in Boston, here Friday. II. P. Hart has moved back to Irv- Below this, again, come other tucks, spite of ington and resumed his place in the crossed by a drapery of pale blue satin after the fatigues of tho match were Tobacco is still rolling in, in ribbon. Insertions of Irish luce to over there were present besides tho the cold snap. Henderson Route Telegraph office. match pass over the shoulders, form-lu- above: Miss Rachel Jackson is in Louisville II. W. Longfellow Miss Mabel Hoskins, of Glen Dean, long stole ends, while the lower Hyperion J. R. Lowell Hosca DIrIow visiting relatives. returned Monday from Louisville. part of the skirt Is also very finely Tho Autocrat O. W. Hollies of Glen Dean, was C. Vic Robertson, T. B. Aldrlch Tho Had Boy Miss Ella Hook, of Hardinsburg, re- tucked and trimmed with lace. here Thursday. turned from Louisville Monday. Remembered thi Accent. When Gowns Are Tailored. Mrs! Roscoe Severs has returned J. B. Taylor, of Lewisport, is turning "Queen Mary." s.iid the teacher to On some tailored suits there are from Hawesvillc. part of his store room into a hotel and revcrs and collars in white or gay the class In the history lesson, "lovd Mr. Wesley Steel returned Monday place of rest for the weary traveling colors. Franco o much that she declared Mr and Mrs. Taylor will make men Skirts at present are little plaited, 'Calais' woulu he touml written across from Owensboro. pleasant for sojourne rs nt Lewisport, it though If there Is any plaiting on the her heart after slu wits dead." The mother of Hardin Kinder, of besides giving them splendid service. Pausing a moment, the teacher lookskirt it Is better to have It stitched died last Saturday. Skillman, Mrs. Henry Yea;er and mother, Mrs. all ed at a hoy ttiMtlily. the way to the bottom. Mr. Patterson, of Alton, Kansas, is Mullen, have returned home from a de"Jimmy Smith." she said, "you were Black and blue are perhaps the best lightful visit to Mr. and Mrs Eugene colors for the practical everyday tai- not listening." here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noel. Reynolds, of Marshal, Texas 0 was." .Iliuniy replied. "Oh. yes. lored suit, though almost any color Mrs. H. V, Duncan has returned "Well, what did Queen Mary say prove satisfactory since the art should from Louisville and Brandenburg. would be found written across her of dyeing is so good nowadays. Notice To Leaguers nnd son, James Miss Emma Skillman heaitV" Skillman, went to Webster Friday. "Kolly." was little Jimmy's trlimi The treasurerof theEpworth League pliant reply - lclmnse MisS Maud Bales, of Shrewsbury, Ky., is anxious to get the treasurer's book A Severe Test, straightened up to begin the new year lie Yes. darling, when am with is tbe gues. of Miss Nannie Collins. feel Inspired ns If ' could do Babbage has been the right. On every name the League has you Socialist Convention May 12. Miss Mildred some perfect thine. She Maybe you Oklahoma City. Okla.. was selected of Miss Addie Fairleigh in Louis- to pay an assessment and the treasur- could order n luncheon guest t that would for the national convention of tho Naer is anxious that all members settle ville. like without consulting me. I'urk. tional Socialist party In the referenat once for their dues. Your promptMis. Fred Ferry will be hostess to the ness will be appreciated. dum vote. The will begin "(iood luck" results from wpII direct-i- on May 12. 1012. convention Ladies Reading Club tomorrow afterIndianapolis was the Treasurer Epworth League, efforts to succeed. noon. second choice and Cluclnnatl third. of Cloverport. home A fine little girl arrived at the of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Moorman Wednesday. Do not fail to renew your subscrip tion to the News before your name goes off the list. Mrs. John Black and son, John, Jr., are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Berry, Sr. Mrs. Thos. Railsbach left Monday for Ky.,on HOBEN'S, season will open of The her home in Onley, Texas, after a visit to be Dawley. Judge V. G. Babbage fell on the ice e door Monday and at the sprained his left ami badly, but is able post-offic- FASHION i ') " iir Wanted Mi:.V with small famlllos a k ftirm. Herbert Ilcnrd, Mnrd.iiilMirR, Ky, For Sale to work on mv Child's Party Gown. at his office. r. Men's Corduroy Suits While They Last $7.50 Suits for r 1 $5.00 Only a Few Left, But You Must Hurry cms M P n Jf DO IT NOW '99 $3.50 I if J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. IQEZZZD XI C nor DU IQ1 XX. The Bank of Cloverport , g Pays 4 per cent on Time Deposits y Cits depositors are made secure by stockholders whose agoregrate Sat wealth amounts to over fc I $1,500,000.00 , II j 1 I PAUL LEWIS, ini f Cashier io:i ! I HOI d1 d Better Subscribe for The News Right Now WW' 1Q El jold Hoben's New Year Sale And Speci greatest sale the WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10. Hardinsburg, at This sale will embrace my entire stock of DRY-GOOD- S, m Trent .s:1- V ,UeRal r, here9Slfrelatives. Kttj'' H H V '" Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, of Hardinsburg, was here and at Tar Springs Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Heston was in West Point last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. ichard Whitehouse. tfr. and Mrs. Burke and family have ved from Front street into the Smith : iidence on the hill. I. W. Thompson and E. B. Morrison, of Irvington, were guests of friends and r atlves here last week. ilrs. Nannie Wills has returned from 0 vensboro.where she visited Mrs.Lucy T smple, who leaves soon for Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a fine boy at their home in Louisville. i 1 1 CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, SHIRTS, llWrJIuary 1 UNDERWEAR, COMFORTS, BLANKETS, TRUNKS, SUIT CASES OVERALLS, CARPETS, RUGS, ETC. am going to have a general house cleaning and will extend an invitation will continue this sale until February 1. to everybody to come. You can't afford to miss the chance of your life: to buy goods absolutely AT COST and carriage This is what am going to do - devote my entire time for the rest of this month, in clearing up and closing out I 1 1 our y S'ver-jarl- -- onor, un- - ' 1$K Ol SO i fthor- -' the'. Will soil you a Suit of Cloth- - ftft fifl cs worth $12.50, Huts worth SI. 50, II. L. Stader got his ankle sprained Monday while driving n wagon of hay at . OJiUU ut $1,15 A Suit of Clothes worth A suit of Clothes worth .$10, ft ft ftft ftp Pft Huts worth $2.50, ut Cups nt tiny price, us far down us SI. 90 18c 72c i Nl ..,,,.... Always carry a iuu uuc WE All Calicoes ut tho Reduced price 5c of, per yard, Iloosior Cotton, by bolt, per yard, . 5c Sweaters of all kind must go at gicatly Reduced Prices. Odd Pants worth from $1.75 fti The very lest SIioch sold for ft ft ftp $3 everywhere, ut $2.50 to Zi ZO All Luces and Embroideries ut Cos,t White Goods of all kinds, in fact, every yard of Goods in my storo will bo cut to u finish. Thousands of items that 1 cannot iind space to mention, and you mitht see No foolishness to appreciate. about this sule. I am going to lot them go, so don't fail to como and see what you can save in this big deal. $l5-.$20,- for yourself J fori Aurnal Fine Overcoats worth $15, Fino Overcoats worth fti 4 Pft S12. 50, q nn Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco , Come and See Tlieni These prices arc positively Under Cost. 1C Jeans Punts worth $1.50, OlilO nt Best Corduroy Pants koUI ovorywhero ut $3, my price, lQ OC only O&i LJ An immense lino of lino Shirts worth from .$1 to $1.25,cuch Good work Shirts, sold every38c where at 50c, will go ut Ladies'Hno Broadcloth Capes ftp ftp worth 8, go at .. u)uiU Fur Coat Capes worth $8, go to$5,nt OliZJ er Cook and heating Stoves of tho very best, worth Coal Buckets worth 45c, at at Very lino Jres3 Goods worth, per yard, $1, sells at All-W- ool .... .. $5.50 "TPp f Ob Good Coal Buckets at ;5oc und Urunito YVuro and btono .Jars from "7 1 to 20 gallons; per gallon, j Terms of sule will bo SPOT CASH, us 1 cannot afford to swap dollars for fun. Trusting to see you in tho next few days, 1 urn, yours for Bargains, S13 30c 20 c jSrmers 16, v CounW I ,'Hardl IlirdltiJ W fust "1 Sidi Tague, IG1BS0N & SON a aired by HOBEN Hardinsburg, Ky. ipi ' f.-'i- l Adventure A Romance of The Cause of Many Stidden Deaths. J There J n disease prevailing in tlih country most dannctous because fodect n fits S.VA "vc. AianyEiKKicr 3 jSJJTjfStJ-- deaths arc caused oy u neart (its The South Seas BY WML vvv enfe, I'ticutuoiiia, heart failure ot apoplexy arc of tci the remit of kid If ncy difcasc. allow cdtondvniicc tiickidiicy-pciFon-v,.f2 kidney trouble h Jack London Copyright, 1910, by Street 6 Smith Copyright, 191 1, by the Macmillan Comp&oy CHAPTER XV. NEWS OF JOAN. WEEK nftcr tlio Upolu'a departure the Mnlnkulu dropped mid her skipper cnnio nstioro for n gnmo of bllllnrd-nnd to shock Sliuldou with the little A r. j Burprise horn of lnforiiintlou he wns bringing with hliti. Cnptaln Aucklniul plnyed the billiards first, mid It was not until he wns comfortably sen tod In n steamer chair, hla second whisky securely In his hand, that ho let off his bomb. "A great plow that Miss Lackland of yours," he chuckled. "Claims to bo Says she's n part owner of IJcrande. your partner. Is that straight?" A "It was funny they didn't, but they ot It Is an ordinary business transaction." got separated. You see. them were in the boats, without weapSheldon strove to act as though such ons, running anchors and never dream-- ' transaction were quite the common-plncthing on plantations in the Solo- lng the imtlves would nttack. They mons. "She Invested something like found out their mistake too late." "But what is Miss Lackland Intend ' l.rno In I'.eraiide- "lng to do." " "So she said Captain Auckland grinned. "And she lias gone to Sydney on "She's going to try to get the Mar business for the plantation." tha off. should say. or else why did "Oh. no. she hasn'L" she pay .V quid for her? And It "But didn't the Upolu sail?" she fails she'll try to get her money "The L'poln sailed all right." Cap- back by saving the gear spars, you tain Auckland sipped his whisky with know, and patent steering gear and provoking slowness, "only Miss Lack- winches, such things At least that's land wasn't a passenger." was In her place. what I'd do It "Then where is she?" When suited the little girl hnd char "At (iuvutu last I saw of her. She tered the Emily. 'I'm going recruit- was going to Sydney to buy n schoon- lng.' says Minister. He's the skipper ' er, wasn't she?" and owner now. 'And how much will "Yes. yen." you net on Hie cruWe?' asks she. 'Oh. "That's what she said. Well, she's f6 quid.' says he 'd'ooil, says she. bought one. though wouldn't give 'Von bring your Emily along with me and you'll get 75. You know that big snip's anchor nnd chain piled up behind the coal sheds? She was Just buying that when left. She's certainly a hustler, that little girl or yours." "She Is my partner." Sheldon cor I two-thirds Sheldon nodded coldly. "You don't say? That Is a surprise! Well, she hasn't convinced (iuvutu or Tulngi of It. They're pretty used to Irregular things over there, but hat Im!" "There is nothing Irregular about It. e know the reef at She's not worth tuppence on It If any kind of a sea kicks up. and It's ripe for a nor'wester any moment now. The crowd abandoned You know Mnlalta. her completely. and you know That's where lliey cut olT the Scottish Chiefs nnd killed nil hands There was nothing to do but take to the boats. The Martha missed stays going In. and Inside live minutes she was on the reef nnd In possession The niggers swarmed over her. and they Just threw the crew Into the boats. talked with some of the men. They swear there were 2(Xi canoes around her Inside half au hour and .rt.Ux liiiMiinen on the You Poonga-Poonga. the "Had to 'Mnrth.-.- V Poonga-Poong- 1 beacli Si'id you couldn t see Mnlalta . for the smoke of the signal lires. Anyway, they cleared out for Tulngi." "But why didn't they tight?" Shel-don asked tack the vital orgnns, enuring catarrh of Hie bladder, brick-dus- t or tcdirueitt In the urine, head ache, back ache, lame ting in Hie dcrii sheets and watching back, dizzlncsSj sleeplessness, ncr rusaw Ha lieu tless, or the kidneys themselves break that Adatnii sieer noNing and Pllhhcrty's mainsail down nnd waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result heard Hie chink ot Her chain coming from n derangement of the kidneys and In, nnd woke up 'Here, put me ou better health in that organ is obtained the Plihhcrt.v. 'I said to Adainu quickest by a proper treatment of the put you on the bench, said he. 'Mlssle Swamp-Rocorrects inability to hold urine nnd scalding pain in passing it. Larknlaiina say bench plenty good for And now I've come to Hnd out and overcomes that unpleasant necessity yon of being compelled to go often through whether I'm skipper ot the Fllbberti the dnv, a ill to get ip many times during or that chit of yours with ner pinning the night. The mild and immediate effect heal hen limit' crew of Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy on can take "Never mind, skipper. is soon realized. It stands the highest be Sheldon poke ii vacation ou pay." cause of its remarkable health restoring properties. A trial will convince anyone! with more assurance than he felt. "If Swamp-Bois pleasant to take and is Miss Lackland, who Is tin partner and has seen lit to take charge of Hie Fllh sold bv'all druggists in size Iwttles. You may linve a beriy Olbbet. whv. It Is nil right As sample bottle nnd a book that tells all you will agree, there was no time to about it, both sent free by moil. Address, be lost If Hie Manila was to he got oft Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hinghnmton, N. Y. It Is a bad reef, and any considerable When writing mention reading this generous ofTer in this paper. Don't ninke sea would knock ner bottom out. tun any mistake, but remember the name, settle down here, skipper, nnd rest up Swamp-Kooand don't let a dealer sell nnd get the fever out of your bones. you something in place of Swamp Root When the Fllbberty Olbbet come u you do you will be disappointed. back you'll take charge again, ot I I I I kid-nevot cd blood will at with that she look the whisky hot in nnd hove them overside through the com a n Ion way. Tiints the last, lo the three soaks, 'till the Mar tha floats nnd yon re bark In (Jnvtitu It'll be a long Mine between drinks And then "He iiiughed "She looked at me and said not to me. mind you lint to the sonk: 'It's time this worthv mini went iishore-m- e. Worthy mil ii. 'Fowicr. sho said. 'Just tell Ailiitmi Adam to man the whalehoat. nnd wtuic lie inuitm Cup tain OIcmiii nsiiote nave your boat put Hie three ot me on Hie Flllibertx. you ali with me o park vour All hand" uot me over the side, and It seems m me i went lo sleep sitslu-saidun-ntig- Lcin retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with ti.ese terms, Approximated debt, interest and cost?200.80. I.cc Walls, Commissioner. CHURCH DIRECTOR1 Clovcrport Churches Baptist Church HnntM Huodny School, fiM n. tn. O, LlRhtfoot, Superintendent. Prayer McetlnK Wednesday 730p. in. Il.tptlst Aid Society pociciy mecis .Monday nrier Second Hundily, every month, Mrs. A. II. h'klltnmn. President . HI nt 'S SALE IJreokenrldgo Circuit Court, Kontucky. 1 H. A. Oclze, Plaintiff vs. Equity No. Mary B Oelze &c.,Dcft. J By virture of a judgemont and order of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at may term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, fo, the sum of six hundred dollars, (f 600. 00.) with interest at the rato of 0 per cent per annum Irom the 22 day of January, 1907, until paid, and all costs heroin, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the door in Hardinsburg, to the hlgh:st bidder, at public auction, 011 Monday, the 22 day of January, 11112, at one o clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day,) upon a credit of six and twelve months; the following described property, to wit: A certain house and lot, situated, lying and being in Cloverport.Ky., Breckenridge county situated on second In said city and fronting on second street, 100 feet and running back to an allcv and being the same property in which Mary Ii. Oelze resiucs. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal Interest from tho day of salo until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. uiaders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approx imated debt, Interest and cost ?8j2 50. Leo Walls, Commissioner. court-house OlIH.Inll Otl.nt.l Ki.WH. . l.i.1 .'.uiiiuuini, nunui.jr OUMI, f! in. Rohen, Superintendent. Preaching ira II.' evcryl Pundny nl it n. tn. mid 7:30 p. tn. Krunk txsnhii rrHyer mccunir wuunesdiiy. 7:30 pJ rusuir. in. r.iuri.ii ia'ukuui rt'Humr Bl'ryiconuuufll A:45 i). nil business meuilnir arm. TimcHaa nlRht each month. AINs itfnnrnrlto liurn,, President Ladles' Aid t'oclotv moots 1ir1.11 Mondny each month Mrs. Forrest l.lff litfoot, 1 President. Lndlcs' Missionary Society moots! sunuujr 111 uvirr iiiijiii.ii, tnrs. VltRH IlalilMKu, President. Choir practice Friday nlRht7:20, A, II Murray. Director. lt flctltodlst Church .l Presbyterian Church UI......I Uttliii.lntAnilnnt D uillllJK w....i.i. ..,.,.' ., .'u,.u. . I..I.....I w. . ..A.nliUM every Third Suniliy, Kar. Adair Minister. Prayer meetlig Tuesday, 7:30 i, m. I.ndles All kwi.i(.j tnnnla Wif1nnOilU nftsi rm.t.r1 1111 u iu Uitittitttf .tw.,7 Sundny everyO"''" " mm Cims, imv month, Bnttcrflold, A I'rf.uliof nrlnti Hllmlnv llini1 (l.i 1 rvstuuiii' t, Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mass.Sermnn. nnd Hcncdietfon, 0:00 n. m., other three, Sundays lit 10 15 11. m. On week days Mass lit 7:C0 a. in. Catechetical Instruction tor thochlld-rc- n 011 Saturdays at H:.H0 a. m , and on Sundays at 0:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. in. -- ot fifty-ce- nt one-doll- ar DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent t, - ! 1 j lng around by Snvo and the upper end of Cuadiiicaiiar. But It was no use. 'Bother tlio charge.' said she. 'You take the horses like a good man. nnd when I Hunt the Martha I'll return (he service some day. " "And 'hot her your orders,' said she " 't m your to me. Oieson cried. boss now. said she. 'and yon take your oulers trom me.' "Look at the said. 'Bother load ot ivory nuts. them, said she. 'I'm playin for something bigger than Ivory nuts. Well dump tlietn overside us soon us we get What want to Know under way. Is she your partner or aln t sue: want to know." That's what "She is.' Sheldon assured ulm. I I I course. ' Dr. Owen's Olllcc, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 n. tn. 1 to 5 p. in, Dentist To be continued Clovcrport, Ky. 'S SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. S. B. Bell, et., nl . Plaintiff, "j Equity Against No America Bel!, et.,al .Defendant J 3391. By virtnre of a Judgement nnd Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Ttrm thereof, 1911. in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate and all costs herein, I shall proceed to ofTVr for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22nd day ot January 191 J, at one o'block P. M. or thereabout (being County Court da), upon a credit cf Six and Twelve months, the following described p operty, to wit: Certain Real estate situated, lying and being in the County of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky in Hnrdins Creek and bounded as follows.; "Beginning at a white oak of 'l nomas O'Connells corner near a tobacco barn; running thence S. I9,. W. II3 poles to a small hickory dog wood and black Mrs. Burbage's fence; thence with the fence S 74li, W. 27 poles to a ruck at the mouth of a lane; thence N. 43, W. H- i- poles to two hickories, Dressers cornei : thence with his line N. 40 poles to a chestnut in a field thence with another of his lines E. 26 poles to a stick in a field; thence with another oak-nea- COMMISSIONER'S SALE czhoezd o o o cznoj BALL Breckenridge Circuit Court.Kentucky. Chas.Hamman.Admr ,plJT. ) Equity vs. No. & MILLER 1 I j I I "Well, who d have believed It! I've seen a lew unlikely things In these Solomons -- rats two feet long, butter Hies the commissioner mints with a shotgun, ear ornaments that would shame the devil and Head hunting devils thai make the devil look like I've, seen them uud got an iingci. used to tlieiu. mil this young woman ot yours" "Miss Lackland is my partner and part owner ot Beraude." Sheldon In r 1 " 'HOLO 10 Tiium'.J OX," SAYS I. 'WAIT TILL MY I SFE OWNERS."' l. shillings for it if a nor'wester her blows up. and It's about time we had one." "What schooner? Where is It? How did she happen to buy It?" "First, the schooner Martha," the skipper answered, checking Ills replies off on his lingers; "second, the Martini Is on the outside reef at looted clean of everything portable ami ready to go to pieces with the llrst Mt of lively sea. and. third. Miss Lackland bought her at auction. Si(c was knocked down to her for .r." quid by the third assistant resident ought to know. commissioner bid CO myself for Morgan uud ItatT My word, weren't they hot! " 'Twonty,' nays I for my bid. says the little girl. 'Thirty,' snys I. Forty,' says she. 'Fifty,' says says she. And thero I. 'Fifty-live- . L .was stuck. 'Hold on,' says I; 'wait till 1 see my owners. 'No, yon don't,' Bays she. 'It's customary,' says I. 'Not niiy?vhere In the world,' says she. Then Irs courtesy In the Solomons, says I. And then she smiles at Burnett us well you know, one of those fetching smiles, and damme If Burnett doesn't begin singing out. '(loin', goln', goln' lust goln' for 55 Poonga-Poon-pI I 'Tma-ty-flve.' bld-go- lu'. reeled j "Well, she's a good one. that's all. and a cool one. My word! A white woman on Malaita and at Poonga-Poongol all places! Oh. I forgot to toll you. She palavered Burnett Into lending her eight rllles for her men and three cases ot dynamite. You'd laugh to see the way she makes that Uiivutu gang stand around. And to see them being polite and trying to give advice! Lord. Lord. man. that n little girl's a wonder, a marvel, catastrophe. That s what she is- - a catastrophe. She's gone through and Tulngi like a Hurricane. Every last swine of them In love with her, except Half. He's sore over the auction, and he sprang his recruiting contract with Minister on her. And what does she do but thank him and read It over and point out that, while Minister was pledged to deliver all re emits to Morgan and Ban", there was no clause in the document forbidding him from chartering the Emily. " 'There's your contract.' says she. passing it back. 'And a very good con tract It is. The next time you draw one up insert a clause that will tit emergencies like the present one. And Lord, Lord, she had him too! "But there's the breeze, and I'm oft Good by, old man. Hope the little girl succeeds The Martha's whacking tine boat, and she'd take the place of the n-On-vut- "So she said." the Irate skipper dashed on. "But she had no papers to show tor it. How was I to know? And then she's Hired them drunken loafers, three ot the worst scouudrels that ever disgraced the Solomons d'ye lf quid a mouth eacli-w- hat think or that? And sailed away with them too! Phew! lou might give me a drink. The missionary won't mind. I've been on his teetotal liooUer four days now. nnd I'm perishing." Dr. Welshmere nodded in reply to Sheldon s look ot inquiry, nnd Ylabiiri was dispatched for the whisky and siphons "It is evident. Captain Oleson." Shel-doremarked to that refreshed manner, "that Miss Lackland lias run away with your boat. Now please give a plain statement of what occurred.' "Bight O. Here goes. I'd just come In on the Fllbberty. Sho was on board dropped the hook In thai before whnleboat of hers with her gang ot Tahiti heathens, that big Adania 'Don't drop Adam and the rest the anchor. Captain Oleson. she sain: out. 'I want you to get under way toi Ponnga Poonga." I says. 'Excuse me Miss Lackland, nnd yells for'urd 'Lei u 1 terrupted. J oaks near n pond of rock O'Connell's corner; thence with his line S 64;, E. 210 poles lo the beginning, containing l;6j ncres, more or less '. Said property was deeded to said Nancv Bell by deed dated October 21st. l8-"from Nannie W Hensley; which deed is re corded in Deed Book No. 3O and Page No. 5H5 thereof in he Breckinridge County Court Clerk's oflice. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond Lein retained to secure payment of purchase monev. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. , line N. I, E. 1.J0 poles to two white '8 It M. Dowel). 1 SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Plidntlir. V Equity No. 17(1. Against v.. Defendant. I By vlrture of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, L..I. Dcnut go!' Jessie." The next morning Sheldon came In from the plantation to breakfast to II nil (he mission ketch Apostle at anchor, her crew swimming two mares and a lllly ashore. "Miss Lackland sent them." said doctor, Welshmere. the missionary stepping ashore and shaking hands with him. "There's also a box ot sad dies on board. And (his letter triuii her. And the skipper of the Fllbberty Gibbet." The next moment and before he coiila meet him Oleson stepped from the boat nnd began. . "She's stolen the Fllbberty, Mr Bun clean away with her. She's wild one. She gave me the fever Shel-ilon- u goln'. gone or to you, Miss ,fr what name, please?" " 'Joan Lackland, mijh she with a Ktnllo to me. uud that's how she bought tlio Martha." Sheldon experienced u sudden thrill. The Martha, a finer schooner than the Malukuln and, for that matter, the Jlnost in the Solomons alio was Just the thing for recruits, nnd she was "right on the spot. Then he realized that for such a craft to sell at auction for f0 meant that thoro was small chance for saving her. "Hut how did It happen?" ho asked. "Weren't ther rather Quick in selling Brought It on by shock. And got mo jrnnk as well " Dr. Welshmere laughed heartily. "Nevertheless she Is not an unmitigated evil, your Miss Lackland. She's sworn three men off their drink or, to the same purpose, shut off their whisky. You know ihom-Brnh- ms. Curtis She shipped them on and Fowler. the Fllbberty (ilhbet along with tier "She's the skipper ot the Hlhbcrt now," Oleson broke in "And sue P wreck her as sine h dm dldn t make he Siiiiuiii'iw I'r. HciliMiclf tried in louK -- IlixUed. lilt lill"iei i" i n "And then we had It out. I didn't f lleve Her. 1 didn't think you d take her on ns n partner, and I told her a much and wanted proof. She got nigti and mighty, and I told her I was old enough to be her grandfather and thai I wouldn't tnke gammon from a cii.i like her. And then I ordered tier oil the Fllbberty. "Captain Oleson. she says, sweet as you please. 'I've u tew minutes to spare ou you, and I've got some good whisky over ou the Emily Como on along. Besides. I want ynm ndvlco about this wrecking busine-- s Everybody says you're a crackerjael; sallorman'-tha- t's what she said 'crackerjack. And I went in her wliaie boat, Adainu Adam steering nnd look lng ns solemn ns a funeral. "On the way she told mo about the Martha and how she'd bought hei and was going to tloat her. She Mini she'd chartered the Emily and was sailing ns soon as I could get the Fllbberty undei way. I was to sail direct for Poonga-Poonguud if 1 couldn t take her word that she was your part ncr she'd get along without me ami the Fllbberty. And right there s where she fooled me. "Down In the Emily's cnbln was them thrco soaks you know theui-Fowl- er a chap, "Sho has quite a way with her," he said. "1 tried to back out of bringing the horses over. Said 1 couldn't charge freight, that the Apostle wui under u yacht Uceuse, that 1 was go- - thought they looked surprised when she unlocked the whisky locker nml sent u nigger for (he glusses and wa But she must Have tip ter monkey ped them off unbeknownst to me, and they knew Just wtnu lo do. 'Excuse me.' she says; 'I'm going ou deck a mluuto.' Now. thut minute was hull nn hour I hadn't had a drink In ten days. "Well, unywny, nt the end of the half hour dowu she came again and took a good squint at me 'That'll do "lcely, I remembered tier saying, and 'llavo a drink, says she. and Curtis and that Brahms I rendered at October Term thereof. I9II, in the above cause, for the sum of two hundred dollars, $200 0(1 with Interest at the rate of (i per cent, per annum from the 11th day of March I9IO, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the Court-Houdoor In Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22nd day January, 1912, at 1 o'clock P. M., or thereabout (beinj: County Court day,; upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property, to wit: a certain tract of land in this county and state; beginning at a stone in Henderson Board's line, and nearest corner to his line to the red mill site, and running N. 30, E 60 poles crossing Sinking Creek to a white oalt corner to said Board's In Nemiah Board's line, then with his lino up said creek S. It), E. GO poles to another of said Hoard's corners, then with anothor of his lines S. 2H, E. .'18 poles crossing said creek twice to two small Spanish oaks on the East bank, the beginning corner of N. Board's 271 acre survey, then S. 20, W. 9 poles to a white oak on the bat'k of said creek, then S 30, E. ;i I poles to a black oak, Spean's corner, Albright's line, then S. 76 W. 85 poles crossing said creek above the old mill site, to a black oak standing near the Held, than N. 12. W. 80 poles to the beginning containing AO acres and including the mill site with the fixtures thereto, said property lying on Sinking Creek in Breckinridge county, Ky., and Is the same land which Ethel L. Basham and C. E. Basham sold to the defendant, S. V. Drury, on the 3rd day of December, 1897, the deed being of record In deed book 40, page 100 in Breckinndgo County Clerk's oflice, or sutllcient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bend, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond, se Cassie Mullen, &c, Deft. ) 3231 Livery, Feed and Sale By virture of a judgement and order of sale of Breckenridgo Circuit Court, Stable rendered at May term thereof, 1011, in tho above cause, for tho sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and Bus Meets all Trains all costs herein, I shall procted to offer for sale at Fisher's corner in Clever-pot: Ky. Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Saturday, the 27 CHOEZ3 O O O CZIOCD day of January, 1912, at one o clock, p. m. , or thereabout, (being day advertized for sale of said propcrt),) six and twelve months; the following described property, to wit: A certain tract of lnd lying on the waters of Tar Creek in Breckenridge county, and bounded as follows: Beginning attwo sycamores and black walnut on the bank of the creek on the lower side of the fork and MS lower side of the mouth of a branch, and running with general course of said We tell vouhow. and ravbert market branch S 72 W22 poles, thence N 46 W prices. Ve ore dealers; Ma'jlis!i.?l 1.1 n:.icu:i do IJUCTI.U for m 26 poles, thence N 83 W .'10 poles to a t; 's or cru.tisHn 1' .. afstake in a Held (stake gone) thence S b ,ji' '1. I' 3II W 86 poles to a white oak and Spanish YffUcf.irvi Isvi.le. " &. oak on the east side of a branch, thence M. LI ; JCViltE, fY. 23 E. Market S E 16 poles to a stone formerly a Dealers in FUno, III JCj, V.OUl. white oak beech and sugar tree in the original west line, thence S 2 W II5 ?mv poles to a stone, formerly a white oak beech and sugar tree in the original west May patent line, thence S 1)4 W 170 poles to a stone set In a large white OVER 65 YEARS' oak stump, the most southerly corner EXPERIENCE of the Mm. May Patent, thence with a line of said May Patent S SS.H E 273 poles to a large stone, said to have been placf d by commissioners of VVm. Mullen formerly a stake with pointers on a barren point 42 poles west of the original aforesaid Wm. May Patent corner, N Trade Marks and S line, Spanish oak and two dogDesigns woods, thence with said commissioners Copyrights &.c. a sketch and description Anyone line at the foot of a hill near an old (pilcklr sendlnjr our opinion free whethermay an ascertain road, thence S 52 W 12 poles to a hickInvention la probably pmentnhle. Communications fttrictlr confidential. HANUBOOK on Intents ory, thence S 77 W poles to a stake, patents. formerly a small elm and walnut on sunt free. Oldest agency for securing Co. receive I'.itents taken throuiih Jlunn & tjieclal notice, without charee, lu tho the east bank of Tar ForkCreek.thence down Tar Creek as it meanders and binding thereon about 125 poles to the weekly. A handsomely beginning, containing 43O acres, more culation ut anrlllnstratod Journal. I.nrirest fcir-a sclentlno Terms, 3 or less. Said land will be first offered four months, $1. Soldbyall nowBdenlers. in 3 separate tracts, then as a whole. MUNN & Co.3B,Broadway- New York The purchaser,with approved surety Ilranch Office, G25 V Bt Washington, I). U or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid, and having the force and elTect A Texas Wonder. of a judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly The Texas Wonder cures kidney and with these terms. Lee Walls, Com- bladder troubles, removing gravel, missioner. cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men SALE and women. Regulates bladder troubCOMMISSIONER'S les in children. If not sold by your druggist will ba sent by mail on reBreckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two Rough River Bank, Plaintiff. ) Equity month's treatment and seldom fails to Against No. perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 338.1;. ) C. Taul, Defendant. L. By virture of a Judgement and Order Olive street, St. L,ouis, Mo. Send for of Sale ot Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kontucky testimonials. Sold by drugrendered at October Term thereof, I9II, gists. in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described land notes, $200, NOTICE with interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 31st day of Sept., 1q07, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Rob't. T. Canary, et al., Pl'IT. "(No. vs se door in nnrdinsburg, to the highest bidder at Public Auction, on John Canary, et al. Defendant J337J All persons having claims against the Monday the 22nd. day of January, 1012, H. C. at one o'clock P. XI., or thereabout (be- estate of enm, Canary, deceased, will Oil. ... v; ing Co nty Court day), upon a credit ..... ttlA ..V....V, ivlfli iKn .iH.nf ...1... uuuorsicneo of three month", tne following describ- commissioner on or before the first dm fl Two land notes of 1'ebruary, 1012; duly proven as ed property, 'l ..ln.4 ujr ian, UI. u.. UU1 by J P. Keenan and P. H. liuilu U,. I..... kiua Hit r.L. liay Ot. Lit" executed Keenan to L. C. Taul for $100 each of cember, I9II. Lee Walls, Com'r. date Sept. 21st., 1007 and due on the first (lay of anuary I9I4 and I9I5, reSaid notes bear interest NOTICE spectively. from date payable annually and are a Alton Smith &c, j 1 Plaintiff lein on the land in payment ot which vs No. itt they were given. I Smith j The purchaser, with approved surety Mattleuersons &c. , Defendant , All hnvlnc rhlm. or securities, must execute bond, bear- th,(T.vs.tate of John ing legal interest from the day of sale will file same with Smithi deceasei undersigned co until paid, and having the force and missioner on or liefom tho .1... 1 effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. "l uecemb Bidders will be prepared to comply iyii. t,oc v alio, ,om r. promptly with these terms, Lee Walls, Commissioner, Consult T. N. fl t, Hardinsburg, mm 1 1 IX-6- - T I ; - i 1111 ':. - c'-u- re:u-e3u'i- ! 1 i sabcl 1.. f ccrn 1 .. tggmss&ss&g jjrjjnra Scientific Jhtiericatu ya-ir- : 1 Lourt-Hou- J ! to-wi- t: .1 " Y '1 JMi&WW& "," ,',,,""! -- nf McGlothlan subscriptions to Courior-Jouv- nj Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day. uoan's Ointment Times, Post, Horald, FnrmJ quickly stops its spread, instantly re- Iloino Journal, Stock YardJoulf lieves the itching, cures It permanently. in, uiurorn uecoraor and Hred any drug store. At tiiirju&ro mews. i .J. DECIDE YOURSELF MMONS Real Estate Department ate-gla- The Opportunity Is Here, Backed The English Baptist church will soon be erected nt this place. by Cloverport Testimony. Engli h Doti'ltrfkr oirwnril for it Don't dej.ei.d on a stranger's ment. Keiul CI vcrpu Kernl tin mii ' state- I endorsement. of Clovei putt cit- - Izens, Ami decide for yourself. Mere is oi.cciui; of it: Willtiim Johnson, Clovi-rpott- , Ky., Hys, "Djan's Kidney Pills in my ense proved to be u vety reliable remedy mid I have no hesitation in ncoiniiieiultng tlietn. l'or six ears my kiilnt'js were disordered. The kidney stCretions weio fieqtietil in patSHKe Hiid when h1 Itoo toktniul, deposited sediment. My Iback nilied sevtrely, p.uticulHrly at nlht, ntid in the niornu-- I whs so htine and sore that I could scarcely get around. Whenever 1 contracted the 'f slightest cold, it settled in my kidneys and made my suffering more intense. Donn's Kidney Pills have given me great 'elief from tlitse troubles " For Bale by all dealers. Price CO Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United The frieiids of Harvey to hear of his recovery. Frank Ammons filled his regular appointment nt C. Payne's last Sunday. Hayden Cml has recovered from a serious attack of rheumatism. JeffLasley delivered a fine crop of Net proceeds tobacc to Owensboro. $801.10. Mrs. W M. Holland entertained a few young guests New Year's with a turkey dinner and music in the after noon Those present were: Misses Lutie Payne, Myrtle Bailor, Elzau Morgan, Arabell Bidcite, Messrs. Alvis Biddle, William and Thomas Morgan. Alvis BUdle has returned home from a A. &1 J ft No More Cold Hands Perfection A woman oflcn docs not notice what a cold day it is so long as she is bustling around the house. But when she sits down to her sewing and mending, she soon feels chilly. It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing heat warms up a room in next to no time. That is the beauty of a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. It ii always ready for use; you can carry it wherever you please; and you light it only when you want it. DO YOU WANT TO BUY u farm or business If you do you may lind just what you need in thN duputttnctit. Jf you aro intorcstcd in nny of I ho following piopci'tip.s, write tn ni once for owner's mimo and address. Jf none of those places .uit you, write U9 nt onco telling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU WANT IT and lot us intioduco you to the initn who hits the VERY PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. Wo recommend tho following properties ns hcing productive and fair in price. DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm Tor business? IF YOU WANT CASH for your properly, -- end pi ice and desctiption nt once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together. litis department h conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farm or business pioperiies to make quick sales. $15,000 FARM FOR $10,000 Good fium 100 acres; best land in Hicckinridgc county; well proved; well uateted i'iid every acre, tillable. $10,000 will buy farm. Jt is worth $ir,0(0. For particulars address im- . f Vincennes, Ind. The many friends of S. D. Alexander are glad to hear of his return near this place. Rev. H. this J. Blackburn filled his regi J no. D. Babbage No. IIOIUC. 1 C. V. Robertson made a flying trip to the city last week. Do j ou know that fully nine out of Mrs. W. K. Moorman and daughter, every ten cases of rheumatism are simMiss Sarah Dean Moorman, were enply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, tertained in Hardinsburg several days and require no internal treatment la week Mr. and Mrs. R G. Robertson enterwhatever? Apply Chamberlain's Linihow quickly it tained their friends last Thursday to a ment freely and see Miss Shellie Quiggins, who has been gives relief. Sold, by all dealers. six o'clock dinner. at the bed side of her uncle, M. S. The Misses Moorman entertained Crumes, left Monday for her home in December 2, There were fifty guet-t- . fclahoma. Those who assisted were: Misjes Mabel Sam and Owen Tucker spent Christ- Howard, Nellie Dempster, Mildred las in Owensboro. Moorman, Betsy Moorman, Johnnie Dr. J. E. Matthews, of West View, Moorman and Mrs. Ballard Willson Starts New Yoar Happily-Go- od Vas here Wednesday. Misses Minnie and Pauline Moorman Times, Lots of Tobacco, served frapoe. Bessie B. Misses Nora McCoy, Miss Mabel Dean Howard, of LexingWeatherford, Isabelle Moorman and And Plenty of Business ton, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mayme Pile, Robt. Weatherford, Bruce Money Moving. Mrs. J. M. Howard, spent the holidays Moorman went to Hardinsburg Friday. with her parents. Noah Weatherford, of Louisville, is Master D. C. Moorman spent the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curtis entervisiting friends here. holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tained the Younger Set Tuesday evenMiss Nell Cashman is spending a D. C. Moorman. ing. All report a jolly time. Mr. and at Union Star. certainly know how to C. M. Hardaway, of Bewleyville, was Mrs. Curtis Lee Pile is in Custer for a short stav make the young people happy. the guest of Miss Betsy Moorman Wedwith friends. nesday. Col. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson were Success to the dear old News and its host and hostess to a six o'clock dinner Misses Mildred and Betsy Moorman, many readers. May we each strive to Wednesday evening. All were highly do better in the future than we have the bright and attractive daughters of who are attending school entertained. D.C.Moorman in the past. in Indianapolis, were at home during Mrs. J M. Howard has been vtr ill, but is now convalescent. The quicker a cold is gotten rid of Xmas. the less the danger from pneumonia and Robert Curtis, one of our gallant E. L. and C. V. Robertson, our hustjother serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. boys, spent Christmas with his parents, ling and energetic tobacco men, report bP lall, of Waverly, Va., says; "I firmly Mr. and Mrs. G. L Curtis. their house about filled, tobacco weighselleve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ing fine and piices good. Miss Nellie bercpster, fof Georgeto be absolutely the best preparation Chas. Moorman and daughter, Miss on the market for colds. I have recom- - town, spent Christmas with her parents, Lannie, of Brandenburg, are visiting tiedded it to my friends and they all Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Dempster. igree with me. For sale by all deal- - Miss Minnie Cummings, of Caney-vill- Mr. and Mrs Jim Dean. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Irs. Miss Ada Mattingly left January 2nd R. Cummings Christmas week. tor Cincinnati, where she goes to pre H Mrs. Ballard Willson and Msss Mabel pare herself tor a trained nurse. With In a Nr 17 s5' licr"s lylnptiti.l Initlvalleys S . rrMim il w.lllntr !nnn houses, lar.ro tobiceobifrn: 2W miles ."outh f Kirk, M mllo from m'IuhiI wull walcrud, 3 HW.icrei I Sin " county: '4 tnllo from Kkron, Moudu springs noar barn; on Kuritl Route. milt; of pillule school, mllusradetl .school. kooJ IuiicJ A IwOucrn. 1C0 luveli all can be The Perfection Oil Heiter ii imoWeu and odorless a patented automatic 400 ncrt-'kooJ l.intl neiir Ilasln Mn K'Xitl cultivated; device iritures that It it reliable, lafe and economical burnt nine houri on one Snrlncs. Ilrvcktmrldiritciiuntv. nn. rut tl burns, lite tobicco 3barn; 3dwolllnusi 2 States. miles from of J;ho best'iocUoniJii the county filling. Handsome, too drumt finished either in blue enamel or plain steel, with Sample. K;is terms Remember the name Doan's nickel trimmings. mile South of Kockvnlo, Mn s ioud taLs no other. liinil, 4 room tlnullliiK '"5 acres I rut to Kist of Ulen tunitnt loutu mill ticcestiry outbuildings, Nil I j Dean; irood. strong llmo stone $37.20. Dealers ererjrwhera I or write for descriptive circular to any agency of clioot liousu mill churoli In 3j0 vnrd-i- . I'ricn Mill, watered by wells and sprluL'x, on Rood il.liiiOcusli. Daily Eppehimer is busy painting county road, near irood school and elm relies. New 200, 3 stock birns, C 74 iicrci. 3 in It's from IClrk, tlwell-nv- r. pood tobacco barn and papering the residence of Mr. Ii t Incorporated) ft' IiirIH ttory t) rooms un" j)orch. land. tenant iuses, line clover and crass I'rlcujil.103. I Louis Perkins, in 'i well, stn ill tutmnt house, good biirnitntl Kootl p. j.?r.i :".'.) .,', ) '.".: Tyre'. 'wjn"vi'"iwifflf'"i'i' iindstithlu. litHid orclnird r? j w1 - ?'' Mrs. Ernest Morgan was on the sick Mr 1 A H ' acres locatod mllo iwrth of 100 In ono Mn O 1'wo tracts tho acres 124 Hercsand b'l ancoIU McQuudy. Price f.'.OOO. M cash M. S. Crumes, who has been on the list Inst week. 121 iiCri"t In loIn yearly pa v ments. oiIht: 0U . I tnllo frtnn UiirJIiisljuru; sick list for some time, is not any acres 3 Robert Canary, of Hancock county Howard were the Ritests of Miss Daisie her goes the good will nnd best wishes cated from Ilarm-il- ; H uiliu ot KlngswooU mtiui better. Nf I T 'r:; acres located near Irvliitfton Dean Monday. for happiness and success from the Glen collt'gt;. was visiting Peyton Canary last week. This Is ono of tho best farms In I I!t2ucrt" located on tho r.illroiul that suction. Under hlRIi statuof cultivation G. C. Morgan, of New York City, is Dean people. Jim Gray, of Garfield, was here Sun- Alvis Ballow was in Owensboro last well Improvrdipiod orchard; well watered; 1) M tnllu from Webster, koou irn tin Ideal place, i'rlco flO.000; , cash, u ilanco the guest of Miss Dalsle Dean this Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dean entertained ami crlli, reasonably Koodliousf; well wuter-(- I, on easy payments day. week. outlet tut tivery sldu. Portion of II. U week. friends to dinner Thursday. Kurtz farm I'rlcoSJ.OiO Dr. Earl Moorman, of Louisville, Lee Shellman has finished his new -- ,0 "crf s 4 W n1" f rom Hardins-- 1 Charlie Dean was in Louisville TuesThrough the efficient management of Mn 19 I2J tieres, tfotitl ati'l level land, IMn spent the holidays the guest of his dwelllrg. v. burg, county seat: wull Improv" I ind cleared, well irood birn; nil ed: one of the liest farms In the county. I'rlce day. J M. Howard and Robt. Moorman, to- located; 3 miles from mother, Mrs. Ethel Moorman. Irvliik'ton. 1'rlco 3,300 f4,0(H). The two saw mills near here are busy. lar appointment here. Rev. Everett English, wife and baby, of Owensboro, were visiting Harvey English, Jr. , lust week. Miss S. Argabright spent Christmas wenk near Lodiburg. Mrs. Jennie Morgan shipped sevenand teen turkeys last week. Net proceeds mlln frcm rullroiid, nour ShmiiU'! uno ml lo from school- 1 t No. 6 s It Standard Oil Company ii .. ", -.- mmm .".. u cotl, r -' -- 1 nu. s Nn " l'u' IS iu Cyrus Moorman has returned from Louisville. Miss Alice Payne, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of Miss Myrtle Beauchamp. Mrs. Joe McCrumes is on the sick list. Mrs. Thurman Sraythe is improving. bacco is being unloaded and loaded rapidly and is still pouring in night and Smiles IflM I'OaiTfs, from fro.n UusUji, mues well day. The farmers feel repaid for their VO,0tU ;t we' ljRooJyoutiK Irrlncton; Rood witered: 'avs orchard; ;ourur routo: school labors, money plentiful and all seem timberhiiiise; tmprocfinents; houso few yards pi, id four room fro" happy. dwelling with kitchen on ha k porch; tw b riii; b rn and leueiit h nun and w.nl thu lleid; e tt and lien hous; tuek w 1; will Constipation is the cause of ninny of od slio fruit. ellon easy payments; plenty Turther partlculiirs address sin ai ments and disorders that make life Jno D. Hihhurc, Cloverport, ICy. miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep your bow-el- s nxoMUjaivt ma regular and 30U will avoid these diseases. For sale by all dealers. I els-le-- 1 n 111 11 11 acres four miles west of 3 miles from branch 100 acres in cultivation;. acres In crass; will product) tno best corn, wheat and tibtcco In neighborhood; plenty latluj,' water, well at door of dwull-IiiIok dwe'lltiK, 'i ro'ims and sine room irood stable; 3 tobicco barns; 3 tenant houP I'lenty of uood timber for farm purpos. k Kood land to clear. I'rlco H cash. ,fin CT MHO v)""" ' or railroad; all Oleudeano, (resti land; k: GLEJJP The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. RAYMOND Miss Edyth Knott left lust week to spend sometime with her sister, Mis. Jake Hardest)' near Brandenburg. Mrs. C. L. Avilt visited her parents near Hardinsburg. Dory Murphy lias moved on Roscoe Hendry's place where he will worlc this year. Glen Mticy was in Irviugton last Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: SO few-day- s CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE ltt AND 15th OF EACH MONTH week. Mrs. Dessie H.ynes a.id two clulilitn and Edgar Conipton lettUst Suuduy for California. Success to tiiern. Ms. L. G. Avitt mid son, Will, p.tid James Avitt, of Counersville, lud., a visit not long siuc . Mis.3 Sue Black, of Addison, spi-the past two weeks with relatives here and at Lodiburg. We always welcome her to nt THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and econom ical standpoint. m sold Vas- -' For a Limited Time THE our neighborhood. Hemy Ciishmau attended the sale at Mr. Kimble Harmon's, near Ilarditib-bur- KENTUCKY FARMER THE now g, e, Subscribe 'ut 1 20,000 FARM 1 H-- H H FOR $10,000 CASH! Sores of the best land in the county. Well owed; well watered and situated in one of the communities in the county; one-hamile from attact station, zuu acres 01 uus tana is creeK ,,r..M i iaaii all 'iitt.will produce H rt wmle acre and and does produce 75 bu. 1,500 m tobacco. It B t it, clover, timothy. lbs. of land if situ-m- a CThis H ; WMB etal., Plaintiff RlMr or Illinois would bring $100 to $150 l et Deft. l man who knows how to farm can the estate h in two years to pay for it. CThe to sell to go into other business, we quired, tun. the walls, a great bargain. For Further particu- half-brothe- ) last week. 'On last Wednesday, Jan. 3, I9I2, this community was aain made s.td by the death of an aged citizen, Mr. Thomas Hall. He hud been Hick for the past thirteen months, and everything lovitig hands could do, was done for him, but to no avail. Mr. II.ill was born September I5, 1813. He enlisted in the army at the beginning of .he war in the year 1801 and reniuined until the close of the war in 1805. He leaves a wife, two sous and six daughters, all of whom sre married except Miss Blanche, also ono sister, three brothers, one half-si- s ter nnd five to mourn for him. The family, especially the aged companion, who litis been an invalid for about four years, has the sympathy of BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Will be sient to prompt puyins unci subscribers both one year for tht S1.00 Ken- In renowinjr state whether you want tho tucky Farmer. Send subscriptions to The Breckenridge News BIG SPRING Mrs. Strother and daughter. Miss Zelma, hove gone to Owensboro for the winter and will be with the Doctor for some time. Mrs. J. H. Meador and daughter, Miss Leah, have been visiting Mrs. Mary Mac Williams, of West Point. Miss Edna Dowell hasgono to Louisville for the winter. Mrs. W. A. Hynes entertained the M. K. Sunday School. Quite a crowd and a nice treat. John Richardson and family have moved to Big Spring. Herbert Drake has moved to town, he rented Miss Ada Meador's property. Herman Barnett, of Evansville, Ind., is with his friends. Glad to see Herman. Charley Barnett, of Evansville, was with Mrs. W. A. Hynes last week. Misses Patttc and Ermine Cox havo gone to their sister, Mrs, Price, of Auburn, Logan county. .: Cloverport, Ky. the community. lf & H riMMB When t'iven as soon as the croupy appears, Chamberlain's Cough remedy will ward off an of croup and prevent all danger and cause ot anxiety. Thousands of mothers uso It successfully. Sold by dealers. cough i NOTICE few days. She Is going to school at Russellvhle. Miss Myrtle Brown will open her school Tuesday, hnvlng closed for the holidays. Jim Bush will move into the Sam Bush property, iormerly the old Hardin property. Dolf Richardson and wife have been with their parents for a few days. The Rev. Clay Moorman preached two good sermons while here. Mrs. Carl Witt has been on an extended visit to Louisville to see her W S, B. Bell's 1 parents, I vk. L Nn. riml J al., America Bell All persons having claims against of Nannie Bell, deceased, will file the same with the undersigned commissioner on or before the first day of Februaryf 1012; duly proven as re0th day of by law! this L.ee uom'r. December, Mrs. Joe Wright has been very sick but is better now. Note Give the place whero the per-slives or has gone, when writing an item. Always sign your name plain. Thanl s for the letter. Keep it up Ed ou iTy Vv "MS itor, H Pea m.( Woman loves n clear, rosy complex ion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores rudy, sonnd health. ABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. $3.50 Louisville Evening- and BreckenridgeNews one year 3.50. When buying a cough medicine for children bear In mind that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds, croup and whooping cough, and that It contains no harmful drug. Bro. and sister King have goue to For sale by all dealers. Custer, it being his regular preaching day thero, the fifth Sunday. Today! Nowl ' Miss Agnes Hynes came home for a 'ii? b U . v Mr. Ta paired Subrcribe rP v; 1 I i Watch For Alexander's BIG JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! " 1 Irvington, Ky. ! ;.. Wwwww PROCEEDINGS s ,f J i V to be of unsound mind by the jury in Judgo Chambers' court on last Saturday. The evidence was wholly that of laymen, no doctor having been sumTo Have Committee Appointed moned to attend him, and while It was not conclusive to his sanity, tho idea, For Mike Tierney. It Is Al- urged by county attorney, Higdon, that leged That His Estate Is Be- the Hopkinsvllle Asylum was a good place where such a man might be sent ing Wasted for treatment.prevailed, and the jury's verdict was that he was of unsound in mind. He resided near Lyonia. Proceedings have been Instituted by county attorney Hawesville Clarion. the county court .lames P. Iliedon, seeking to have a committee appointed to take charge of L0DIBURG tho property and business affairs of Michael Tierney, SrM a wealthy land JVIr. and Mrs. Henry Payne, of Texas, owner of this county, and whose residence is at Patesville. The proceed- are visiting bete. ings were urged by his two sons, James Miss Sutlio Black, of Addison, was and Mike, Jr., and his daughter, Mrs. the guest of her uncles, Charlie, Dick Patrick Quinn. A few years ago the and J. II. Avitt, last week. defendant was worth, at least, 20,000, Wm. Leonard, of Stithton, Has the and he still has in his name about 700 acres of land, but it is known that guest of Ben Harrison last week. tho largest portion of it is heavily Mrs. L. C Aitt returned home Inst mortgaged, and that he has lost pract- week after pleasttnt visit to friends in ically all of his personal property. Indiana. Tierney Is ?5 years of age and he has Mr. I'earce, the Star Shoe matt, Was been growing feeble for several years. in Lodiburg He is a member of the firm of Gabbert Mif-Ida Dutfchke, of Holt, was the and Tierney that conducts a general Patcsville. The wife of Chas guest of her couin, .Mrs. Ida Nottingstore at Gabbert Is the Gabbert member ot the ham, last week. firm, and it is intimated that tho old lrs. Beeler at.d 0'Uryuit, of Louisman is iniluerc d bv Mr. and Mrs. ville, wore here last week doing dental Gabbert in every transaction, exerting work. upon him a great influence, in this The musical prty, given by Miss Ku-liconnection it is further promised that Pnyue, was quite n euccess. The muver3 salt) charges will be made and sic was fine, ami the organist, Miss substantiated. Mr. Tierney was a Mauiie Adkisstn, canuct be beat. man of much vigor In his early manHenry Dowell, of Sample, was the hood, and for years has been known guest of Dan Hayues last week. throughout the county, and to all of Meadow Simmons and Rotcoe Avitt the frequenters of the county seat. have bought the Hasbfield farm, conHis name probably appears in the county's records more frequently than sideration $500. Mi. Simmons will move that of any other private citizen, chief- oil the place. Sun Ueatichamp, of Oweusboro, was ly In conveyances of land, or m litigatthe guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ion over it. It is charged that three years ago a Eugene Beaucbnmp, of Clifton Mills, deal was consummated by which 610 last week. acres of Ticrney's land was transferred Miss Lucile I'urr attended the to others for only $700, or slightly more wedding at Garfield last Week. than $1 the acre, and the same land Is Ad. Amies and Ketisau Dowell have now being hold at $10 the acre, after bought what is known as the Hunter valuation timber has been taken from farm near Hazel Dell, of Wes Hunter it by the purchaser. Hawesvllle for $5000. Mr. Hunter will go West. Mrs. Mary Adkisson attended the funeral of her brother, Jas. Colgan, in LouThere's nothing so Rood for sore throat as Dr. Thomus' Electric Oil. isville. Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any Mrs. N. P. Robertson received news pain in any part. ol the death of her sister, Letltia, of California. Thos. Reardon Insane List Sunday was the coldest duy we have had for several years. The therThomas Reardon, ago 37, married, mometer registered 28 degrees below and father of six children, was found Zero. 11 s IRVINGTON Mrs. Eliza Taylor has returned to her home in Hardinsburg after a visit to Mrs. H. B. Head. Miss Florence Cain, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cain and Miss Blanch Jolly. Mr. and Mrs. William Lindsey, of Anderson. Ind., who have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Mathews, left this week for Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss L. B. McGlothlan left last Friday for Jacksonville, Fin., to remain for The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky B. F. BEARD. President M. II. BEARD, PAUL COMPTON. Cashier M. B. KINCIIEL0E, Assistant Cashier Capital $50,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits $22,500 several months. Miss Nell Smith was hostess to a number of friends Thursday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Johnnie Moorman, of Glen Dean. A dainty luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks have returned from a visit to relatives in Fordsville. Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and little son, Wallace, were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell in Guston last week. Mrs. Annie Herndoa has gone to Louisville, where she will spend the winter with her sister, Mrs J. M. Tyd-ing- s. A fine boy has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jolly and a little girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lewis, Mrs. Nora Board, who is a student of Madam Bertelle, of Louisville.a famous vocal teacher and singer, has organized a vocal class here and will give her very best time and attention to their Directors Dr. A. Al. Kinclieloe, D. S. Richardson, G. W. Beard, C. V. Robertson, M. II. Beard, Paul Compton, B. F. Beard Statement of the condition of THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. at the close of business December 30, 1911 Resources $288,347.86 Cash in Safe 20,567.68 Cash in Other Banks 53,424.89 Stocks and Bonds 6,051.74 Notes and Bills Banking House and Lot 1,800. 00 Other Real Estate 2,013.67 Furniture and Fixtures 400.00 Total, Liabilities Capital Stock paid in $50,000.00 Surplus, earned 20,000.00 Undivided Profits 2,529.30 Dividend No. 43, y 5St 2,500.00 297,576.54 $372,605.84 Amoumt due depositors Board-Fren- ch improvement. Mrs. Charlie Anderson, of Guston, Mrs. W. E. Brown, of Louisville, and Mrs. G. H. Anderson, of Guston, were the guests of Mrs. J no. Lewis Henry last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hart have moved here from West Point and are staying with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Head for the present. Miss Virginia Calloway entertained with a leap year party. Perry Weaver, of Louisville, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herndon at their home on Woodland Ave. The School Improvement League will hold its first meeting of the year at the college on Friday afternoon, January . Special programme and everybody hi urged to attend. Mrs, Fidelia Galloway and two grandchildren, Thelma and Lucile Galloway, have returned home after a month's visit to relatives at Glasgow and Louis1 $372,605.84 twenty-one Total . invito tho careful attention of tho prudent depositor to the details of this statement, to an WE investigation of our years of banking, tho manner in which we have treated our patrons and tho service wo have given them. Wo invito tho small accounts as well as tho largo ones and havo ample means to take care of tho legitimate needs of both largo and small. We act as administrator, guardjan, trustee and in every fiduciary capacity. Absolute security and accurate, painstaking service are tho tho foundation of our business. These we guarantee to all our patrons. Very respectfully, M. H. BEARD, Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan cave a slumber party Saturday evening in honor of Miss Letcher Mathews, of Bardstown, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. C. Mathews, of this city. Miss Maud House will leave this week for her home In Fordsville after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brooks. Vice-Preside- nt f START If Begin A CONSOLATION FUND! I ville. Miss Aliene Hardaway has been visiting relatives in Louisville. Lewis O'Bryan has returned to his school duties in Owensboro after having teen the guest of Herschel Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ditto and Miss Nellie Ditto, of Louisville, who were the guests of Mrs. Ditto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Cox, have returned homo. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen went to Bardstown Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Richard Watehen Mrs. Jas. Hottle and baby who, have been the guests of Mrs. E. F. Alex Mr. Jones Dead. Information has been received of the death of Chris Jones, as a result of the accident as reported in this issue of the News. I X ; - I The Best Wheat the Farmer Raises t today and lay a littlo cash in bank for money great source of consolation waon .disappointment comes. HOld and alone without money is the saddest stato in a man's life. You can forget your little troubles and anxieties, to a certain extent, if you have a few cash certificates to think of ovory month. A PENNY SAVED IS A TEAR DRIED. Put away a aoiiar every tune you nave a disappointment and you will bo surprised how consoling a dollar is. Try it. is a I Tho best machinery the country affords, handled by a scientific and practical miller i.s what produces STLPHENSP0RT his FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky, J. C. PAYNE, Cashier . Lewisport Best Flour Your Grocer has It. Insist upon Getting It. MILL LEWI5P0RTKentucky Lewisport, 1 CO Rov. Mr. Chas. R. Sheppard filled regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday evening. The subject for his evening sermon was: "The Curse of Pride." Mrs. Elizabeth Courtney, of Owensboro, was the guest of Mrs, M. L. ander for ten days, has returned to Roberts last week, Louisville. Andrew Crawford, Jr., entertained Misses Nellie Smith, Elizabeth Crider Those and Virginia Calloway returned Mon- the 42 club Tuesday night. day from Glen Dean where they were present were: J. T. Basham, Gordon Payne, R. H. Dennett, Emery French, the guests of the Misses Moorman, John Uarbee; Misses Lelah Hawkins, ed prices.-- G. w. Payne. Esther Payne, Cecil Dix, Katie B. Miss Mary B. Basham was the p Mary B. Basham and Lena of relatives here last week. Payne. Goto G W. Payne's If you ,( Little Lucy Cashman is some better a discount on Good Groceries. at this writing. Henryetta Shively went to Cloverport Saturday. . Best quality of Overshoes atrcduc- . OO.0U Jn C 1 Rfi " Lo"!svI"e Evening W ' nnd Breckenridge one year 13.50. .'J A- iifcwu-- ,