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The Breckenridge news: January 17, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912011701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 17, 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. L t t 7 -- i - t4j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVI THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 28 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1912. A SENSATION IS Appointment Of Col. W. B. NOW PROMISED Lively Haldeman As Adjutant General. Mc-Crea- ry BURLEY SOCIETY IS Mrs. Steve Flowers Dead. Mrs. VICTOR IN SUIT. Stephen No Testimony in Case of State Revenue Agents, BOTH SIDES SEEM PREPARED While Those Behind the Legislative Inquiry Declare They Will Be Able to Reveal Amazing Conditions, the Revenue Agents and Their Friends Say They Have Done Nothing to Cause Them to Shrink. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. Investigation of tho stato rcvenuo agents, which was begun Monday, promises to bring out some of tho liveliest testimony that has been heard In Frankfort for n a long time. Those behind tho claim that they havo somo Sensational testimony, which will disclose amazing conditions. The revenue agents and their friends say that Inves-Mgatlo- The appointment by Governor of Col. W. B. Haldeman, editor of the Louisville Times, ns Adjutant General of Kentucky, ,1ms met with great favor all over the State. Telegrams and letters of congratulations by the hundreds were sent him by prominent men and friends, but It seems to The Jeffersoniau that the State, rather than Gen. Haldeman, should be congratulated. The military service of the State, in charge of Gen. Haldeman, will now be placed upon a higher plane than ever before. He Is experienced In such matters and knows how to rally the "boys" around him. He was in Frankfort Tuesday and took charge of the Adjutant General's office. The Jeffersonian begs to join In the congratulations of Gen. Haldeman, the State Guard and Gov. McCreary for his wisdom in selecting such a and capable gentleman as the head of military affairs in Kentucky. The Jeffersonian. high-tone- d Damages Allowed eleven years old. Mrs. Flowers was 10 Hours to Reach Decision. yenrs of Hge, ami wns greiUl) admired LoBus And Ferguson Thank by n large circle of wiirm friends. She was n member of the Putesville Biptist Members After Verdict Is church, and the rriiuiins were interred at the Dethltheui cemetery on ThursReturned. day, Kcv. Irn I, Rice, her putor, ofik" luting. NO DAMAGES ALLOWED. Clnrlon. Pantile l'lowers, wife of Mr. Flowers, wro lives near Pates-villdied 011 Tueadny of blood poison, following childbirth. She leaves her husbnml and oue child, Oliver Plower, Only Two e, BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made ROYAL AT g ,r fromRoyalGrapeCreamofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE xm i Wade Pile For Wilson. Cincinnati, O , Jan. 12 "We, the jury, find for the defendant," was the verdict rendered in the suit of the E. O. Eshelby Tobacco Company against tho Burley Tobacco Society at 8 o'clock tonight. President LcBus and Vice President Ferguson shook hands with and thanked each member of the jury. Cincinnati, O., Jan. 12. Despite tho opinion of Judge Howard C. Hollister of the United States District Court in this city, that the contracts made by the Burley Tobacco Society of Kentucky with the E. O. Eshelby Tobacco Company, of Covington, Kentucky, were in violation of the Sherman antitrust law, a jury in the case tonight rendered a verdict in favor of the defendant, the Burley Tobacco Society, and refused damages for which the plaintiff, the E. O. Eshelby Company, was suing in tne sum of $100,000. The action was brought as the result of the purchase of tobacco at Winchester, Kentucky, in IOO7, by the Eshelby Tobacco Company, for which the price of 1? cents a pound was paid and which price the plaintiff declared, in its petition, was in excess of what it should have been, because of the fact that the Burley Tobacco Society controlled the Burley tobacco crop of that year. The case has been in progress tor nearly two weeks and was given to the jury this evening. The jury deliberat ed for two hours. The entire day was taken up with arguments by the attorneys for both sides. Dear Mr. Babbage: I saw in the News today where you wanted the Democrats to write whom thev want for President. I am for Woodrow Wilson because I think he is the best man and think that he can be elected. WadcAttfl, Mook, Ky. feeding grounds, ordinari y "as big as all of out of doors," are painfully restricted. In the warm das of summer when Insect pests are most numerous the birds help the farmer. In the cold days of winter it is right and proper and reciprocal that the farmer should help the birds. A few donations of shattered corn or shelled oats or scraps cf bread from the farmers kitchen will tide his feathered friends over their troubles until better conditions prevail and give them a fair chance in the struggle for existence. Birds which are thus pided to survive the winter will more than repay the favor next spring when the multitudious insect enemies of plant life are making their appearance for the nnnunl campaign of de struction. As a general rule the birds want only a fair field and no favors, but on occasions when they feel the pinch of hun ger and cold they are quick to avail thejnjjes of the farmer's hospitality. They soon come to know the wide open barn, even as the "ox knoweth his master's crib." It is not hard to make friends of them and it is worth the farmer's while to keep on such good terms with them at all seasons that they may be depended upon to stay close to the reservation. Courier Jour ? i R1G0N ;:, Shellman's Bank, Alexander's Store, Trent's Store And Post-Offic- e Visited By Miss Georgia Wh HI. Thieve's Thursday Unsuccessful Visit. Night. Still A Home Boy. Alter more t nan a week s iMcss at her home in this city, Miss Georgia White Is convalescing. Her family and friends were quite apprehensive of her condition. Dear Miss Louise: You will find enclosed twenty-fiv- e cents, for which please send me the News three months. I am lost with out the home paper. I am now in the office of the American Tobacco Co. as an office boy. I am learning the type writing system and like my work fine. I am well and satisfied, but love my home, Kentucky. Love to every body and success to you and the News. I am as ever, Yewell T. Holder, 5377 Cote Brilliant Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Kentucky Tobacco Crop. According to the December issue of the Government cropreport Kentucky's tobacco crop for 1911 is valued at 0. The average price of Kentucky tobacco December 1st was $ 070; the average yield per acre was 856 pound.-,-; the total acreage was 439,000 and the was :)!),800,000 totfl production pounds. Statement of St. Rose. Hard Times For The Birds. What proved lots of work with little result was the visit paid to Irvlngton's main business houses Thursday night. Three tramps had been staying around town all week and they are thought to be the persons who entered the the stores of Haynes Trent and Kd. Alexander. All the stamps and money were taken out of the but the amount did not exceed more than $20. Alexander's store was robted of $2 and a few trifles in jewelry and the I wedding ring of MrsTer.oader. tyj irums biore suuereu a lesser loss. unsuccesbful attempt was made to break open the safe in the bank of E. H. Shellman & Company. The thieves must have skipped town on the first train out and as yet have not been heard from. post-offic- e, post-offic- e, jn t w HON, OLLIE M.JAMES. they are not afraid of tho Investigation as they have done nothing of which they are ashamed. They also say that they have lively and sensational testimony that tlioy will offer to offset the testimony that may be Introduced against them. The revenue agent3 say that tho Investigation will not be by any means, and that they propose 'to show a motive for the Investigation. There promlso to be several angles to the Investigation and before it is finished It will Involvo many men and many measures. Tho present auditor does not want tho office of auditor's agents abolished, although he is willing to havo modifications In the existing law made. He does not want to give up the power to collect delinquent taxes by means of his agents and says that tho agents are necessary, to a certain extent. Bo this 03 It may, the fight against the present system of auditor's agents Is to be one to the death, and every effort is to bo made to havo the offices abolished, the middle ground not being considered. In tho fight ngalnst the auditor's agents, the Louisvlllo Times Is taking a big part and has been leading with editorials attacking tho system. A bill will bo followed In tho senate this week that may solve tho problem of how to elect prison commissioners. Tho bill proposes to have four commissioners, two to bo elected at tho present session or tho legislature, by tho legislature and two every two years thereafter, tho law expressly stating that no comnrlB-sione- r shrall bo eligible to succeed himself. It is stated by tho author of the bill, that this would give Flnloy Fogg, who Is a candidate for commissioner, a chance to bo elected at tho present session, ns ho expected, and will give tho other commissioners tho remainder or their term, or two years more on tho commission. It may bo that both sides will accent this solu- Continued on Page 4 one-side- The financial statement of St. Rose church, of this city, for the year ending December 31, I9II, has been issued in e an attractive booklet from the News press The receipts and expenses,- - what each family pays to the Mr. Randall III. support of the pastor and church and other collections ate given in full. Over twelve hundred dollars was paid into Chas. Randall, foreman of the the treasury of the church and St. Rose machine shop of the Henderson Route enjoyed a good and profitable year dur- Shojfc here, continues ill at the Clover-po- rt ing I9II. Hotel. Breck-enridg- A dispatch from Evansville says the nal. Indiana farmers are feeding the quail and other birds on their farms. It Little Mattingly GirlKurt. would be well if Kentucky farmers would do the same thing. Conditions in Kentucky at present Ths first accident of the seasOh hapare anything but ideal for the birds. pened last week when little Miss Sudie Over a great portion of the State the Mattingly suffered injuries on her head snow is coated with sleet, while trees I while coasting on the school house hill. and weeds are covered with ice. The She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. birds are unable to penetrate this icy Bob Mattingly, and friends am glad to coat of mail with beak or claw and their learn she is getting along nicely. "Blue Diamond" Brings His Master $750 In Prizes J jffl km vj d FARMING WITH DYNAMITE; 000 WHAT IT CAN DO FOR BRECKENRIDGE mc imii. u. xuoorman, uien Dean, Ky. Dear Sir: I am sending you, under separate cover, a copy of the American Field, giving the wiq--rnings ot neiu trial dogs, in 19II. Among the successful Derby v, you will find "Blue Diamond", your humble servant owned and trained last Fall. During the summer I sold him for a good price. To date, he has- -' broug.it his present master J750 in prizes. You at e a farmer. You fully appreciate the value of labor- saving devices. Your farm, large, or small, deserves modern machinery and mechanical appliances to reduce the cost of production or to improve farm products. The purpose of these illustrations and notes are to show you the wonderful value of the use of "Red Cross" Dynamite on your farm and to show you how easily and safely it can be made the greatest aid and profit to you. 000 Fear Of Dynamite . When you were a little boy weren't you afraid of the first fire cracker you shot on the Fourth of July? But now the fear has left you because you know how to handle a fire cracker. It is the same way with Dynamite. It is a powerful explosive, but it is not dangerous to handle when you follow the simple directions with ordinary care and you can use it without fear and without imagine what a joy it must be to a Plan (ng And Cultivating Orchards grain of corn to gel down into this subharm. If Mr. Ashbv would use "Red Cross" soil and stretch out just like yourself Dynamite in his nursery he would save getting into a feather bed and stretch' Breaking Up Hard-Pan- . ing out and being comfortable for eight much labor and time in planting trees, and be ensured the best growth and is it is a hourv which is long enough for any large yields. You know what Hard-PaThis is not dictating to layer of earth right under the top soil energetic farmer that wants to grow Mr. W. S. A., but because trees just and is as hard as rock. When hard- - and gain. will grow for him, his name is mentionBut going bak to the corn, J II Cald pan has formed under the top soil, only ed. sun flowers and cockleburs can grow on well, of Spartanburg, S. C, planted Mr. Ashby will spend (or have some I 1. hn'flc t)if ci.oVi Innil enrfnr, his crop with stalks 18 inches apart in one to spend) an hour digging a tree water in such quanities on the level rows 4 feet apart and raised 9O bushels hole that "Red Cross" Dynamite will ground that the vegetation rots away, to the acre. After he plowed nis ground excavate in an instant. And the D) te and on hilly ground, it allows the sur with Dynamite, it was able to nourish loosens the groirul, breaks through face water to run off, thus preventing stalks 6 inches apart in rows the same that prison wall the hard-paand the storage of moisture, with the result distance apart and to produce 25O bush makes a path to the subsoil for the that the vegetation dies quickly in hot els to the acre. Think of raising that roots to grow into apd have a good weather. Such land can be rendered much corn to an acre in Breckenrtdge time. Trees planted without blasting fertile at once by blasting with Dyna- countv. Wouldn't that delight Mr. often bear no fruit and their leaves Harrington, of Custer.nnd Bro. Duggins, shrivel up and drop off during the dry mite. Under the hard pan is the subsoil of Ilarned? They have been plowing season, because their roots are not surwhich is completely broken up and the their ground deep and planted their rounded bv a reservoir that is dry, dead top sell converted into a corn and got fine results. If they take alwajs formed by Dynamite. rich loan for less than the amount of hold of Dynamite, they can see greater You can and richer vields. To be continued next week. the taxes for a year or two. n na-min Wishing you a Happy New Year, am, Yours sincerelv. J. S. Henry, Stithton, Ky. Dec. 29, 1011. I Don't forget that V. G. Babbage is prepared to draft any kind of a legal paper, such as deeds, mortgages, rent bonds, etc., and take the acknowledgement on same. H The College Life Of Our Krom Clayton Sedgwick Tiniest American Century. Cooper's "The Undergraduate" In January Wm4 $J8fc& Not only upon the shields of our American universities do we find "Ver itas"; in r.pirit at least it is. also clearly written across the face of the entire college life of our times. Gentlemanli- ness, originality, nonor, patriotism, truth these are increasingly found in both the serious pursuits and the play life of our American un dergraduates. The department lor; wmvii me.10 meais is not so importnnt as the certainty that the student is forming such ideals of thoroughness and perfection. open-mindnesare-ioug- Consult T. N. McGlothlan for ' subscriptions to CoUrior-Journ- al, Times, Post, Herald, Farmers Homo Journul, Stock Yard JoiI al, Western Kccordor and LredSk ' unriujju xsews. "The Best Town On The Henderson Route." The city of Irvlngton has just gotten from tho press of the Breckenrldge News some very attractive stationery. It is printed in two colors and shows the names of the officers and all the committees. Besides it gives a list of what Irvlngton has and what Irvlngton wants. "The best town on the Henn derson Route" is the little city's and the stationery is an index to the live character of the town. slo-Ka- Weather Tuesday, January 16, In Breckenridge Count! Cloverport, 20, ins Mill, 30; 14 below burg, 11;( Chenault, 11; Harned l'J 1 Glen Dean, 23. The main gas pipe on the East Sids bursted Monday uight, but Mr, TagueJ ns cold as it was, got it repaired bv Tuesday night. Woman loves a clear, rosv comni. ion. Burdock Blood Blttws purUiea tf blood, clears the skin, restore r sonxtd hMUK Irvlngton. 11: Ilardlm zero; Hard Mrs. Dean III. Mrs. John Dean was critically ill of p&euiaoBla at her home in the West Kud last wek. She is Httl improved. Section Through Ilardpan, Showing I'.tTectof u Slow-Actin- g Kxploslve 'J fcA, -- M" TKTiW JEfL -- J aff" "HV&tt1 -, iit' -"lffiJ V MM Wednesday, Thursday, r 'j rnuay anui & of nrrln v kisusjncw sn I5fcAKi)b -- 27. FOUR DAYS mGCf&ttd - v v w v rwn -- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday T 1J , vv BaKRTsjnwswiAttwKasrT:t?.r sozieri.ixsxazr' ifjarr k. - 1 v -- va kk rm j Wmm m nrzF 'miUtt&x yM77T7XY'.. immncrmnn hiiinnrmrrrr nw. . MMlMiMnM DRY GOODS in I tiunin rgi WI,W!MWHitf r mm" 1 m t tW T 1 w M2iUl-AlWUA- L 1 Jt r IAU n ALE Ktli ypwxMAn r w. T 'sr.rt-Tsrt-tr mntr 1 rr A T T &1 wyyw J. .- Av..'i Mf ,,;fi'i 5sr ? l&&v You Can't Afford to Miss It! Iwm iwiryf 'T--r m r - V'YVV- - NOTIONS r:n' HOS3ERV KfHiiiwr.'rw.jwm A0 w 4.. jmm V,jtmk I. iriH trn It WWfffflff riift r"vilr. I Y.r' -- J WM n.tir VT7di2 jri.'y'iJ-r- WWM& Wl i ' AM ij'mi'itfaamHSmniml !- -- ' ifeu. R SiVi1 1 US? Ml Mim Movf(vfrT- " ' MTirr RUSSS ' HK viKErt,: iayr yWSK1 ra-- J k-- v? 5?c, ' :f .- - - Mir X pipased Customer Is Our Best Advertisement "v Extra Special for Saturday, Jan. 27 10 72 Red Tup Sule tands ulone us the Bargain Events in our county. Twice a year we clean house to get ready for the next scasons and in order to do this, we, necessarily, have to make Price Reductions in all departments. This gives you an opportunity to supply your needs in all lines of merchandise for some time to come. If you havo never been hero during one of these sales, don't miss this one; if yatf'huve, come ugain, as this will be the biggest feast of bargains you hove ever had spread before you. As has been our custom, heretofore, Special One Hour Sales will be held each day from 10:00 tcll:00 a. m., and 2:00 to 3:00 p. m. ri Store will not open until 8:00 o'clock each morirng of sale. Nothing Charged on account, at red tag prices, nor will any goods be sold for brass, produce,? rebate checks, at red tag prices. T Every-lhin- g rt No money refunded for goods bought at red tag prices, but goods may be exchanged. Sold For Cash. OUR Semi-Annu- al .- -r Extra Specialflfl Wednesday, Jan.24 iFrom 10 to 11 A. Extra Special for Thursday, Jan. 25 10 to 11 A. M. Genuine Shaker Brooms, 29c each. Tho kind is the biggest and best. Regular 50c value, red tag price, 29c. Not more than one to a customer. 1 to 2 P. AI. American Wire Fence. 27c per rod. American Woven Wire Fence, made from No. 9 and 11 Galvanized wire, red tag price, 27c per rod. 2 to 3 P. M. Big Deal Soap. 8 Cakes 25c. Big Deal Soap, red tag price, 8 cakes for 25c. Not more than 25c worth to a customer. Extra Special for Friday, Jan. 26 10 H. to 11 A. At. to 11 A. AI. ieces of Enamel Ware, China Ware, and Glass Ware: regular 25c to 5OG values, red tag price, 10c each. Not more than one piece to a custom- er. 2 to 3 p n. 3 dozen Standard Oil Company Rayo Lanterns. Regular price, 50c; red tag price, 10c. Also 2 dozen Lamps, complete with burner and chimney. Regular 25c value; red tag price, 10c. Only one to customer. 5,.dozen Men's cuff attached 5OC Shirts; good styles and sizes: red tag price, 10c. 1 to 2 P. AI. Red tag prices on Red Top Seed. At present, high prices on field seed, you cannot help but take advantage of mis opportunity to save. Fancy Red Top Seed, red tag price, per pound, 29c. 2 to 3 P. AI. 2,000 yards Iloosier Cotton, 36 in. wide; red tag Not more than 1 bolt of 25 yards price, per yard to a customer. 4c. pieces Tin Ware, Enamel Ware, Glass Ware and China Ware; regular 15c to 2oc values, red tag price, each 5c. Only one to a customer. 2 to 3 P. AI. Tobacco Canvas This is your one big chance to supply your needs in this line. "Our Loss is Your Gain." It is the kind that we always handle good quality Tobacco Canvas; regular value, red tag e per yard. price Tobacco Canvas, regular 3,0 value, red tag price 2jc per yard. No bolts cut at these prices. lc High-grad- 2c Dry Goods Dept. J7i These Colored drcs goods underpriced. goods must bo closed out so wo have not considered the cost Choice of several piece of 42 and 44: in. dress goods, iLostlv bluck reg .$1.00 values Kd tag price per yard 25c. 36 to Your choice of 10 pieces fancy 42 in. wide teg 50 to 75c. values Red tag price per yard l!c Simpson & American calicoes per yard 5c. Hope cotton Tie. conestoga BF. ticking per Outing flannels and flannelettes reg. 10c. per ard lie. extra special in 22 fancy outings Red tag price oc. in. Speciul line of cinghnms specially priced for the halc, 50 pieces beautiful pattern Utility Ginghams Red tag price per yard Sic. Largo selections of A. F. U. and Tol Denard Ginshams Red tas price lie. Clean up Indie.--' shirt waists. $2.50 Shirt "WaNl.s for $1.25, $1.50 Shirt Waists for 75c, $1.00 Shirt Wau-t- b for 50c, just one half their value. Hod tug urice A in our furniture department during this red tag sale $1G 50 Folding bed Ked tag prico $12.49 Golden oak finish' 4 feet wide 6 feet long with woven wire springs with 3 row support Red yard 10c. $10.00 CmtTonier Red tag prico $7.98 full polish rolden oak, Bevel plate mirror Red tag rice $7.98 $14 0J China Cabinet $9.9S, Golden oak polished, Workmanship high grade Red tag price $9.98. $15. 00 Monitor Sowing machine $11.98, A $35.00 Muchinc in all except price, Specially priced for our Red tair sale $11.98. $2.00 Rockors $1.49, S3.00 Rockers $2.39. $2.00 Oak Parlor Table $1.49, 24 in. top, turned legs Red tag price $1.49. $30 00 Square delight Cast Rango $24 98, Tho leader of them all, A High grade Range at a fair prico, it will pay to investigate, Red tag price $24. 9S. tac price $12 49. Our Shoe trade has almost doubled in the past three years; there is a reason for this and wo give Star Brand Shoes it to you in tho few words: SHIRTS AT HALF PRICE 3 dozon Shirts, detached cuffs assoited sizes, fancy patterns. $1 values, each, R. T. P., 50c. Blankets And Comfortables. A complete line no shoddy fillings, no seconds. $9 Blankets $0.98. Warranted all wool, 00 x80, Mercerized bound edge. Red tag prico $0.9S. $5 Blankets for $3.89. All wool. Size G4x70. Well bound edjres. Red tag prico $3.89. $2 Blankets for $1.49. Size G4x76 wool knap, shell stitch edges. Red tag prico $1.49. Size 66x75, $1 50 Comfortables for $1.19. assorted patterns. . Ribbons. Our btoclt of ribbons is too largo and it will take Red tag prie.es to reduce it. All hadco, grudes and widths and nothing reserved. 35c Ribboiib Yard 25c. 25c. Ribbons Yard 19c., 15c. Ribbons Yard 10c, 10c. Ribbons Yard Gc. Brand Shoes are Better." This red tag sale gives you an opportunity to buy Better Shoes at Less Price- - Men's and boys' Shoes: Men's patriot, patent leather, lace, cap, bluchcr; regular $4, cut to $2.89. Men's R. .). R., patent,vici,und gun metal; regular $5 value, cut to $2.40. Boys' eternity, patent, chrome, lace, bluchcr; regular $2.50 to $2.75 values.cutto $1.69. Ladies' and Misses' Shoes. Ladies Society, patent, chrome, lace, blucher; regular $3.5C values, cut to $2.29. Ladies' Quaker, vici, blucher; regular $3 value, cut to $1.98 15 pet cent reduction on idl other Men's, Boys', Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' fine Shoes during our four days red tag sale. 10 per cent Reduction on all Men's, Boys', Ladies', Misses' and Childro 's Heavy Shoes during our four days red tag sale. Excel le t and Reliable Brand and Blue Ribbon. Fine Suits and Ovorcouts. Wo have determined to name such prices on our stock g red tag that will insure us a sale, and givo our customers tho greatest offerrecord-breakin- "Star Underwear Wright's Health Underwear, 69c Lot of heavy weights, wool and cotton fleece. Regular $1 values. R. T. P., garment, 69c 50c Underwear, shirts and drawers, 39c. Groceries You will find, on comparison with others, that our R. T. sale prices will save you a considerable percent ige on every purchase. Granulated Sugar 6Jc per pound. Hand-picke- d Navy Beans, 5e per pound. Japan Broken Rice, 4c per pound. Soda, 3 pounds for 5c Golden Roasted Coffee, 24c per pound. Lump Starch, 3 pounds for 10c. Putman's Fadeless Dyes, 7c per package. Cracked Hominy, 2c per pound. Flake Homin', 3c per pound. FLOUR 56c per bag. Snow-Drif- t, 61c por bag. You can't get it again at these prices. A big purchase at the right time enables us to make these prices. You can get no better flour, because there is no better. Wo guarantee it to give satisfaction. Buy it any time during tho sale. Bob-White, ing of value they have over had. American Beauty Corsets Overcoats P., $11.49. $12.50 value, $15 value, R. Rain-CoaR. T. P., $8.98. $5 Rubber Slip-O- n in tan and gray, R. T. P., $2.98. V. t, I"' Now sprimr models just in, Wo have a grado for your want. 50c. Corsets Red tug price 39c, ' $1.00 Corsets Rod tag price 79c . $1.50 Corsets Cloaks And Furs Ladios, Misses and Juniors Cloaks and Furs. All new styles, at Red tag price. Our entire stock is inciudcdjn this sale. Every garment is of superior workmanship and quality, $15.00 Cloaks. Latest tailored in fancy black Broadcloth. Specially priced for this sale, $9.98. $12.50 Cloaks in all colors and weights. The items quoted hero only give you a slight idea of the many values you will find in this department. Tho loathor market has adprices. 8 Hardware and Harness vanced and continues firm. Suits $20 values, R. T. P.,$15.98; $18.50 values, R. T. P., $13.98; $15 values, R. T. P., $11.98; $12.50 values, R. T. P., $8.98; $10 values, R. T. P., $7.49. 1 bought before the advance,so you get the benefit of a low market prico on our red tag sale These goods were Red tag price $1.19, $2.50 Corsets Red prico $1.98. V if J Ladies bleached vests and pants, all sixes 25c values Red tag prico 19c Ladies sotsnug. bleached, heavy lleeced, all sizes, reg. 50c value, Red tag prico 39c Ladies IJnderwear Hosiery. Our hosiery are absolutely roliablo in every way. Note prices, 25c ladies wool and llecco lined hosiery Red tag prico 19c, 25c. mens & childrons heavv ribbed Pr. Red tasr price 19o. fr Ono of our very best values. Red tag prico $7.89. $8.50 Black Caracel Coat unequaled value for a low priced garment. Red tag prico, $5 79. $5.50 Cloaks in plain black Thibet and fancy weaves. Extra values each $3.89. All misses and children's cloaks tit same reduction. EXTRA SPECIAL 50 Men's and Boys' Suits at Half Prico. s Thcso values cannot bo duplicated. Are goods. Only one sizo of a pattern. $12.50 Suits, R. T. P., $6.25; $8 Suits, R. T. P., $4. first-clas- EXTRA SPECIAL, One Half Price One lot Ladies, Misses and Childrens long cloaks at f their value. Theuo values cannot bo equaled. one-hal- Stiff Hats, Soft Hats, of shapes. $2.50 Hats, R. T. P., $1.98; $1.50 Hats, R. T. P., $1.19; $1.25 Hats, R. T. P., 98c Hats Swann all kinds SPECIAL SOX SALE NECKWEAR EVENT 1 Ladies black cotton, full bizo heamlcs heel and too Red tag price pr. bo. spliced M ivN Toilet Articles. Colgates Violet, Cashmere Bouquet, Dactylis Talcum l'owder lied tag prico 15c. Hox. Colgates shaving soup U cakes for 10c. Lana Oil and Butter Milk soap, 3 cukes to box Red tag prico per box 19c. l'rincesri violet talcum powder u Genuine 10c box Red tag price 5c Men's Furnishing Dept. 10 dozen imported Lislo Sox, (bluok only). Reg 25c value, R. T. P., 19c 25c and 35c Neckweur, R. T. P., 19c; 50o Neckware, R. T. P., 39c Furs At a Tremendous Discount .lust think what saving this is to you. Furs $2.49; $7.50 Furs $2.98; $2.00 Furs $1.29. Ladies' Skirts Ladies' Dress Skirts,novoat fall and winter models in panamus, voiles und serges at red tag prices. $8 Skirts at $0.10; $0 Skirts at $1.49; U 50 Skirts at $3 49. I Cluett's Shirts & Collars They wear and lit tool I tom. $16.00 Saddlo $12.98 Solid leather tree, Quilted seat, Extra long Skirt $5.50 leeching $4.49 in. hip straps, Heavy stock, Good BucklesH$1.49. SPECIAL Bar curry comb Reg. 10c. Values each 5c. $4.50 Single barrel shot gun $3.39., $12.50 Double barrel shot gun $8.98. 400 Lb. Beam scales $2.29., 90c. and $1.00 Handled Axes 72c; 25c Rim Knob locks 19c. 3x3 Steel loose pin buts pair 5c. 50o. Trace chains pair 39c; 50c Double Stock Breast Chain pair 39c; $1.00 Cold Blast Lantern 69c. EXTRA SPECIAL 85c Brass king Wash hoard for 24c", Mado pf 30 guago tampered spring braes 11x12 Rub-bm- g Surface 4 Rung back Red tag prico 24c. Horse Collars $1.89 Full rim. all russet leather horse collars Rod tag price $1.89, $2.75 Horso collars $2.29 Full rim all russet, lloxiblo throat thong sewed Red tag prico $2 29. $12.00 Saddlo $9.98 all leather top and bot- Extraordinary values are what you will iind Furniture. supply future needs. $1 shirts, It. T. P., 79c. or $1.25 per dozon. Your chanco to EXTRA SPECIAL Sweat Pads 24o. 12 in. heavy yol- ow drill, red felt edges, 5 Rows stitching Ex- tra thickness felt and hair, Size 17 to 22 Rod 21.'.f,2 I'UVU Collars llo each, "6 4V, I'HCIl. s I rw -- M 'r John Powers moved to Holt laft week. Mr. Handy, of Lodibur?, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. A. Atcr. Mrs. G. V. Payne U suffering with B"wHH WMW I t NO REASONFOR IT You Aro Shown The Way Out. There can be no Just reason why any reader of this will continue to suffer the tortures of an aching back, the an noyancc of urinary disorders, tho dan gers of serious kidney Ills when relief la possible and proof elven that these His can be cured. Tho following is con vlnclntf proof. Mrs. R. D. Taylor, 1523 Ciay St., Henderson, Ky., says: "A constant pain across my kidnoys, accompanied by headaches, robbed me of all onergv and a feeling of languor resulted Add cd to this, was dllllculty with the kid ney secretions, which caused me much annoyance. My back was so weak that I could not lift, and my ordinary housework itas almost beyond my strength. When I heard of Dnan's Kidney Pills, I procured a supply and 1 never before took a medicine that did me so much good. I am indeed grateful to Doan's Kidney Pills and do not hesitate to recommend Ingrlppe. Mrs. V. J. Schoop went to Louisville Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. "llmeuied I Come round trip railroad fare At MWiMMMHIsl V L. Saturday. Gordon Payne put a telegraph instrument in the home of Mrs. 12. A. Kissain tor her sons, Jnmcs and Kllshn, and has put a private lino to the depot for them, last week. Gordon says they arc bright boys, and arc talented for telegraphy. Tho young people spent a pleasant time coasting Sunday afternoon. Mrs. M. L. Roberts is on the sick list. Do you" know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles, due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, and require no internal treatment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely and sec how quickly It gives reltof. Sold by all dealers. We Will REBATE 5 PER CENT of your Total Purchases up to the amount of your flThis not only saves you the cost of your iiavciing expenses, duc it aiso gives you the advantage of our big assortments and extra low prices, which we are enabled to quote by reason of our being affiliated with the greatest buying organization in the world i t Here's Proof SI0.W1 I.lutmrnt for have u$cil It for sore thro.it, croup, lame back anil rheumatism ami la crcry case it gave Instant relief." REIIECCA JANK ISAACS, Kentucky. efficiency. )e.in and can testify to Its unmterlul SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. 4 .". them." Foster-MIIbur- n Price CO For sale by all dealers. SAMPLE Co., HufTnlo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Arvil Tucker, of Owensboro, Is the Remember tho name Doan's and guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr.c. take no other. Field Tucker. J. C. Armstrong was In Louisville Prlco, 25c, BOc, $1.00 Enjoying Visit Back to Ken- tucky and Thinks Much of The Breckenridge News after several day's stay here. Monday. G. F. Lewis, of Owensboro, district deputy, M. W. of A. has returned home lirifflP J .H vva Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address Dr. Mf. 5i5 Earl S.Sloan Boston. Mass. 1 WuVlJ flEljr I w ii tjVLee Dowell, of Louisville, is here for Editor Brockenridgo Naws. Kind Sir: several week's stay setting up his I have been visiting friends hero for father's business. several days and reading Ohio county Ad Arms expects to move his family papers. They arc nothing compared soon In their new home, the Hunter with your paper which I read during farm. my visit at Harned. We should all be Mrs. Albert Stilhvell, who has been Will HI interested in our home press, and to ill for some time is not much improved. have a good paper we must help our ana bhater Dowell are Hennet editor to gather the news from all over guests of their uncle, H. T. Dowell, on leftitin achaironthe porch and when the county, keep him busy, read his he started home his iron was no where paper and furnish plenty to build up Beech Hill. to be found and it was feared rome one Mrs. Josephine Guartney Jones and the subscription and enlarge our paper. had stole It. But behold, Mr. Well, my visit has been a fine old children, of Owensboro, are expected Coonies had left previous to this, taking time. Since my nine year's absence soon to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the iron home with him for a joke. from Kentucky things have changed A. P. Varble, on Beech Hill. Sam Robbins and Russell Pendleton, wonderfully, great improvements have Miss Myrna Roberts is some better at of Ammons, spent one night last week has num- this writing. been made. The church-yar- d at J . S. Ater's. bered many of my friends. Judge Adkisson and family leave In Glen Macy has purchased Proctor People are very late gathering in March for the balmy winds of Knott's telephone box and stock. We their corn, as one farmer has let over welcome him on our line. on two hundred shocks get Mrs. J. B. Norton was called to the Rough Creek. Xrnas would have been The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of of her mother, Mrs. Dan a tine time for the young sports, but the less the danger from pneumonia and nt Stony Point last Friday the rabbits took a throat trouble and other sorious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. we could not eat them, as the doctors Hall, of Waverly, Va., says; "I firmly Martin Claycomb, of Lodiburg, spent said it was contagious to the people. believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Sunday night at Win. Cluippell's. I guess the game sports from the cities to be absolutely the best preparation stand in with the doctors for I am sure on the market for colds. I have Doan's Regulates cure constipation, they will never pronounce the tobacco it' to my friends and they all tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, worm with consumption to keep the agree with me. For sale by all deal promote digestion and appetite and boys froui'catchingthem. ers. easy passage of the bowels. Ask your Falls of Rough had several growls druggest for them. 2."c u box. Xrnas, but no rights at all, times was flourishing as most of the farjners had IIARDINSBURG delivered their tobacco. Many qases of have developed in the last few fever The No. telephone Company had a weeks mostly among children of this Marriage licenses: I'Vlix Carwile and call meeting here last Friday evening. locality. Yours truly, M. D. D, Ileitha Allen, both of Hnrditisburg; The deep snow we have had for the past few days has afforded much pleas- Robert Whealley nud Mary A. ileavin,y Constipation is the cause of many ure to the hunters, but It has meant of Glen Demi; James Heuviti, of Mhtting-land Bessie McGary, of McQuady; ailments and disorders that make life death to poor "Bunny." Clint Daugherty mid Donnle Sosh, both miserable. Take Chamberlain's StomChester Chappell and family moved of Ouster; Roland Sharp, of Mxttoon, ach and Liver Tablets, keep your bowJ. last week from Chnrlle Winn's, near 111., and Ro-- SlChiir, of Custer; Virgil els regular and you will avoid these Irvington, to Martin Claycomb's farm Dowell aud Lulu KenuUou, both of diseases. For sale by all dealers. near here. He will raise a crop there this year. The Hoard of Tax Supervisors adjournHarlan and Audrane Cashman re- ed Wednesday after an eight days ses STLPHENSPORT turned home Sunday after spending sion with County Road Supervisor as several days with their J. cletk. In the IMrat District they proMrs. Elizabeth Courtney has return- H. Avitt, near Lodiburg. 111; ed to Owensboro after a visit here with Notwithstanding the bad snowy day. pose raiding 185 lists: in the Second, liiS-in in the Third, 10."; in the l'ourth, relatives. Proctor Knott's sale last Thursday was the Fifth, 64; in the Sixth, 12."i. They Lional Connor, of Owensboro, spent well attended and things sold reasonab will reconvene Jau. 2o, and will on that Sunday here with his parents. ly well. day hear objections from the Second Llndsey Klncheloe, of Hardlnsburg. Onl Coomes played quite a joke on District people. Jan. !!(), the First was the guest of Miss Lelah B. Hawkins his father-in-laMr. J. B. Norton at Jan. 31, Third and Fifth Districts; Sunday. the sale last Thursday. It seems that Fell. 1, Fourth District; Feb. 2, Sixth Mrs. Nannie Sills Is on the sick list. Mr. Norton had bought an Iron and District. WJkja DRY GOODS FURNITURE FOOTWEAR MILLINERY I HOUSE t CARPETS I L FURNISHINGS .I l " bacons Sun r INC0HP0RA1ED , i3iSmyt-- "wod. . - - a - l THE OLD RELIABLE over-flowe- d bed-sid- e Bay-singe- r, BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 recom-medd- ed OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing. Pa.-sc- d tlirouh three claim to its full amount on demand. 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 SAVINGSfi FUNDS (1 mwuMiimn i... . ..-- . ., -- jJr.v.-.- ,. ,, I.. "v feoucAYS n Hur-dinsbu- Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the erlire year. Docks free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Marie the Studies You Are Interested in. .. for business ... 'iH grand-fathe- r, .Shorthand llookkccpiiiK. il'l",ll',,,,"1B- ... .. .. ... - ...Commercial law. .Aiitlimetle. ,. . .Spelling. . .Kugllsli. .. .. .Hemline;. . ... itaplil Calculation. Penmanship. Commercial Geography. J fi Dis-trlc- t; ..Iliiiiklnj:, Commerce. l'uuetiiatloii. of Adding .Machine, and other nlllee devices. . . . I'm- - .(iraiiimar. Xume I. .. Address IMPERIAL VALLEY. CALIFORNIA Daviess County Business College u Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. -- C Owensboro, Ky. "THE AMERICAN NILE" All About the Most Fertile Valley in the World, P. D. Miluer, one of the most enterprising farmers in the Mook neighborhood, has purchased the Stephen h Basbatn farm, near Harned, to which Kli-jit- The Best Wheat the Farmer Raises ' lie will move in a few days. Marvin Beard and John I), Slmw were in Louisville a day or two last week. !.-.- ' For the asking. Address Lindsay Klncheloe speut Satin day nud Sunday in Louisville, State Supt. Uamletl's decision to let the graduation he held In different places on the 20 and 27 will doubtless result in u greater number of graduates aud au inilux in next yenr'u attendance at the Jligh Schools Teachers nud students wil note that Stepheusport, Gleu Dean aud Hardlnsburg will each have Its examination the last Ptiday aud Saturday in this month. Supt. Driskell says the outlook is Hue fnr a good attendance at the Normal, which opens here Feb. 1.1. Tho best machinery the country tiiforda, handled by a scientific and practical miller is what produces i r Roy Moorman, EL CENTRO, Lewisport Best Flour. Your Grocer has It. Insist upon Getting It. LEWISPORT MILL CO. ' Imperial County, Lewisport, Kentucky CALIFORNIA Better Subscribe for The News Right Now h. jkw fa ' THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGb SONa' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. IsBucd Every Wednesday. EIGHTTPAGES. OLOVERPORT, vSubscriptinn KY., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17. 1912 5 For Sale! I Excellent Business . ad- ij&mefody" ranist, WtgRffTJSei awy--M- sdSKflPHa V .imF7 Ml. Price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, and cents for each business including all my millinery goods and millinery parlor fixtures, for salo at I olFcr my a reasonable price. &&Jsmmz fnowft) wmiwM:?' w -- ybv " ?m I fflf, JU W tS-- Hi WV ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per line, money &' H in Advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please A largo and satisfactory patronage will accompany this transaction and no better opening for success could be found. It is my wish to retire from business, and for further particulars, write or call to sco mo at once. notify us. AX OTHER .LUMTWJt FOR OUR COUXTV. Through tho courtesy of E. I. Du Pont Do Mrmours Powder Company, of Wilmington, Delewarc, wo are reproducing cuts showing the value of dynamite on the farm with a few hints of tho chief uses of this powerful assistant. Wo are intensely interested in seeing an increase of Imshols of corn to every acre in our county and to see our old worn out farms regenerated. Wc arc anxious for the use of S&JVM Mrs. James Cordrey, 7 ,3m JL- VW tOFWi a- tv VV(-- om. PJLACE fflgM . - -" it- - on a .S Didn't Trust Banks II. W Hnzclton, an aged recluse, living at Los Angeles, who did not believe in banks or safp deposit boxes, was robbed night before last of $150,000 in money, certificates and bonds, which he kept in a dresser drawer. There is little sympathy with people who are so fearful of national or state institutions, with depositors, who tempt theives to enter their homes vith hidden wealth. Adepts, who make a business of burgling, who have made a study of crime, learn sooner or later in some way. of people who are suspected of keeping considerable -- 1 h favornlilo to them. Time was when' flio speaker wph (relented zy tlie man tho railroads had committees favor- who was his opponent. Tho follownlilo to them. In one session of tho ers of Harry Schoberth, of "Woodford legislature, thnt of 1008, not a meeting county, united with tho Republicans of the rnllrond committee In either to beat tho rulo In the house requlr'n house ever was held during the entire of those present voting in session, nnd not a single railroad bill favor of a change to amend the rules wns reported. or Biispend the order of business. Mr Hut it Is to bo different this year. Schoberth opposed the In the house of the chairman of the rule wanting It left so that a majority How thankful wc are for good, warm fires and health this Zero railroad committee is Representative could rhnnee the order as between (ho weather. After all, such a drop of temperature isn't so bad it breaks, Williams, who was a conductor on the men classed as strictly ndminIstatioi C. & O. rnllrond and one of the leadas the monotony of tho petty round of everyday duties and concerns. ing members of tho trainmen's union. and those known have Insurgents. Kentucky Is to n next mansion It gives us something to complain of and a pretty good reason for not Ho comes to the legislature pledged for the governor If n bill offered by wanting to get up eurly every morning. And too, you can wear most to try to establish certain reforms in Representative Hamilton, of Prank-for- t railroad laws, and will try to have encounty. any kind of old tags just so you keep warm, no matter how you acted a now employers' liability law of tho first Is passed. Tho bill, one Introduced, appropriates look? In fact, it's a rest from trying to keep up appearances. It's a which will help those Injured In rail- $"(',000 for the erection of a mansion pud specifies thnt the mnnslon shal' rest from cooking just cook enough to satisfy hunger; it must bo a road accidents. Lieut. Gov. McDennott, rest in some ways on the farnn. Wc are certain it's a change for tho oflicer of the senate, sprang apresiding bn located on the ground adjoining the new one Mi.'td. merclmnts and the town on the senate last week that has caused moro talk than anything that CUSTER " has happened during the present sesWHAT THE CHURCHES ARE DO IXO. sion. He proposed to havo the senate An excellent plan for any church is that of issuing an annual adopt a rule providing for the formal J. A. Cook returned from Louisville entrance of the prestatement oi the finances at the end of each year. Father Brey has and ceremonious his staff, the working yesterday. siding officer and just printed in booklet form the financial statement of St. lio-- c church force of the senate. He suggested that D. C. Hertidon, of Irvhigton, was in town Thursday night nnd Friday. p.;,. of this city. There arc few institutions that do not publish annually every morning the employes of the gather in the private office of tho (tRabliit euUier"uow, statements of their financial conditions. All the churches should fall tenets have governor, and at the hour f(r their work is tho work of tho world lieutenant to call in price. in line and be as progressive appointed the senate to order, 1'retty cold, but tobacco still conies. and they should take hold of the most aggressive methods. the procession start for the senate chamber. The sergent at amis was to Mr. Hor&eley delivered to Cook and prison commissioners made at tT.. lead tho way, followed by the presid- Johnson about 3500 lbs. Friday. A SENSATION Joint caucus and it Is likely that those ing officer of the senate and with the On account of the heavy snow we had opposed to (he governor appointing clerk and assistant clerks following. no until Fiidny, the Rranch tuiin being tho commissioners will lay low and snv The sergeant at arms was to announce snow bound. to the senate: nothing until tho bill cornea up In IS Mr. Wilson, of frviiigton, was in town "The lieutenant governor of Kencither the house or tho senate. It was reported that KII Drown and his tucky, the presiding officer of the sen- Thursday buying cattle. ' friends would try to have the joint ate, Is about to enter with his retinue." Dr. D. 11. Betler wiir.be in town the Continued from l'ayc The senators then were to stand 18th and 10th. Democratic caucus nominate Flnley tlon of tho problem; at any rate tiio I'ogg for prison commissioner, bo be- with heads bowed while the lieutenant Com Hand Trent and Thomas Gilpin members of the legislature will bo luga candidate and this being the term governor entered and took his seat given a chanco to vote for or against at which an election for that office This plan did not meet with the ap- went to Kingswood Thursday to hear proval of those senators to whom It "Hud" Robinson. It. Is fccheduled to be held. Frank KavanauKh, State Librarian, Hut the prison commission seems wns mentioned, and the proposed resoOweu Gilpin passed through town made his first real speech when ho 10 uuvo given up mo ugnt. rney hay lution wns not offered in the senate. this week eutoute to his home iu was nominated by tho Democrats of llilVO lint milt llli nnlitnct nml Gov. McDennott was serious In mak- the- honso anil senate in Joint caucus have merely adopted another plan of Mng tho ""KSfstlon. but did not mean Miss Lillian Camion tittered school Thursday night. Mr. KavanauKh, who action It is believed that a change In cnvcJ ,mt h t,,1"Bh,t h.0 WaH ,,Pt" has been librarian for four years and i no meuiou of electing tho commis-- l ?r t,,an, t,,e members of the senate here Tuesday. Our bchool is growing assistant librarian sinoo tho time when sloners Is certain, and there will not Ho merely wanted all the decorum nee and bids fmr to do some splendid work. wo memory oi man runneth not bo any effort to prevent somo change. cssary carried out In tho senate While handling some stock at his The sennto was nil stirred up by to tho contrary. Is tho most modest and Harvey McCutclien. a member or the barn last Wednesday, Mr. Loeb Trent dlflldent young man in tho state, and commission, gave out a stntement reason of ndoptlon of a rule to exclude ho surprised everybody by making a which indicated to many that he hnd lobbyists from tho floor of tho senate. jjot his arm caught between a horse and ipeech after his nomination. It was quit the fight and would accept what- The rule was so drastic that every- the wall uud sustained a vety bad fractot as though lie was caught napping ever was done, Mr. McCutclien says he body was excluded. Tho way it ap- ure of Ihe forearm. and wns given an unexpected nomina- has not quit, that ho Is standing by his plied was shown by a conversation Rev. J. H. Kiii filled his fifth Suntion. He lias had ample tlmo for guns and that ho meant only what ho which was had between a senator day appointment here Sunday. lie has been woiklng for said in his card. In that cnid he said and Flnley Fogg, a member of the Miss Tessie Hoskinsou is very little rotes over since the Inst caucus which ho favored tho election of (he prison prison commission. Tho senator comimpioed in health at this writing. nominated him, four years since, and commissioners by the people, declaring plained thnt more ministers had not ho hnd them all corralled; thnt Is all that this wns tho method favored by nttended tho sennto session to open Miss Roxie Clark is no better. but six out of the 10S, and tho sK real- tho Democratic platform, which urged tho proeeediin-- with prayer. Mr. Fogg Mr. Gabe limner has been offered a ly wcro for him. He was not content that tho people be given a chanco to said: lucrative position in Louisville with an with a majority or tho Democratic say what they wnnted. "The reason they don't attend, Is undertaking establishment. No doubt members of the two houses, but went In tho makeup of the committco to because your old rules aro so strict Mr, Iiruuer will make a good man at all. He was nominated by which will be referred railroad bills, they can not get In." after them When two of the state officials were the business. If the proposition develops acclamation, his opponent fnlllug to tho railroads operating In Kentucky Set anybody to make the nomination were given a black eyo, as the men refused admission to tho sennto floor as is now expected, he will be associatagainst Mr. Knvanaugh. who compose tho house and senato and the clerk of tho houso also was ed with one of his friends from No effort was made by Hie prison committees are known to bo antagon denied admission, thoro was a Btorm county. eommloslon to havo a nomination fur stjn to u,0 railroad, or certainly not of protest and tho senators went to Adverse circumstauceH always bring work to amend tho stringent rulo. Dr. is certainly trying C. F. Crecellu8, tho Secretary of State, out true merit. This was denied admission when ho went to weather, but it has not thrown uuy tho sennto with commissions of nota- damper on the school, or school spttit ries public, to havo tho appointments here. Our school is progressing nicely, confirmed by tho senato. Tho rule gaining iu membership and interest. If excluding lobbyists from tho floor of the school can hold enthusiasm such tho senato still prevails but tho rule weather us this, and the first week too, has been so modified as to permit state we have ud fear as to tlid outcome. Hie officials nnd former members of the student body seem to have decided that leglslaturo to enter. is better to drink deep or touch not The adoption of tho rules In tho "It at all," uud they are striving to get all house wns marked by tho first clash there is for them, Mr. Walls says he has of the administration and a lively body of woikets, aud all they forces, an outcropping of the raco for tho sn.eakerp.lilc In thja fight need is the opportunity. two-third- dvnnmito to be introduced in Breckenridgo county for it. has been proved by actual results that it means more and better crops, biirgct shipments and greater prosperity, lo acquaint our farmers with the advantages of dynamite, wc will give a brief and intelligent article with illustrations evory week for a month or more in the columns ol the Breckenridgo News. For further details about the uses of explosives for farmers and planters, write to the Du Pont Powder Comgiving full instructions will be mailed to you pany and a hnnd-boo- k with great pleasure. ggggBgmBggiBiBa s two-third- Cloverport, Ky. s sums of money or valuables, about their home or on their person, and this often leads not only to robbery, but murder It is a dangerous thing, with so many unconsciable scoundrels at large, who plot and live on their fellows by either wavlaying their victim or entering their homes, to carry much money or keep it in the home. The bank is the best place. The bank is the only safe and secure place, but there is every convenience for deposit as well as easily and quickly drawing the same when desirable. Hnzelton is lucky he escaped with his life, even if he does not recover his valuables. Atlantic City, N. J., Union. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 THE BANK Surplus $22,500 & Resources $372,600 :: Hardinsbiirg, Ky. OF HARDINSBURG TRUST CO., I post-mast- er. Hardinsburg Normal School Tho School will Begin sen-at- o ntf-vuueed FEBRUARY 13, 1912 An able and proficient Instructor will bo in charge. ' Course of Study and Terms: $2.00 3.00 . 4.00 1 Common School Diploma, per month County Certificate, per month State Certificate, per month Good board For particulars address at $3 and $3.25 per week 11 - ANDREW DRISKELL, Hardinsburg, Ky. PW prei-Aratio- n Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICERS MATTHIAS MILLER. President W. K. BARNNS, JOHN CLDVE D. SHAW, HENDRICK, Cashier Asst. Cashier- - DIRECTORS Dr. Win. L. Milliner A. C. Glasscock Allen R. Kincheloc Huston Alexander J, W. Gulhrie A. N. Skillman J. W. Teaff Breck-enridg- e Xle Farmers Bank at the close of Statement of business December 30, 1911 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts $77,799 07 Cash and due from banks 20,714.87 1,606 21 Overdrafts Secured Banking House and Lot 5,181.59 Furniture and Fixtures 875.00 $106,176.74 Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Deposits $15,000.00 ' 7,000.00 229-7- 9 Profits 83,946.95 $106,176.74 Tho above statement is correct The Famous IZ&yb Lamp The Rayo Lamp is f&M3e4E4C4CHS4lli44 9 JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier Wo carr,ir lire and burglary insurance and pay interest on timo deposits. Wo havo placed a threo per cent dividend to tho credit of our stockholders and one thousand dollars to tho surplus fund of tho bank. If you uro a customer wo thank you for your patronage, and if yoli aro not wo will ho glad to havo you open an account with us. " 'i for any part of your home. the bwt and most serviceable lamp you can find RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. lurraer, aro you interested? If so, call on the manager of tho Cumberland Tolophono&Tolograph Company and havo him explain the special "Far-mor- s U in use m millions of families. Iu strong white light has made And it never fuckers. it famous. or th p.rlor llie R.yo give jwt th light that la the dinujg-roo- a u mot cfec bro. It i. becoming l.mp- -w lUelf and to you. JuU the Lop, too. for Udrooai r library, where a clear, tteadt light u needed. lle Kayo t made of solid brau. nickeUlated : alio in numeroua other style tad f t.t. inc. Eluilv Untiled Without removing ihade at rhimn....... . - .1... AAyour deWr to iltow vouUUe f Ry Untx) or wrttcfordouiptltt cucuWleaaraaeocyefsU Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE &. TELEGRAPH tlneerperatsxl,) COMPANY "' I " In " . tl ijrf Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) IM i Better Subscribe for The News Right Now i AiMfl TtW$pm IShe Breckenridge News 17, 1912 WEDNKSDAY, JAN. WE Always cnrry n full line THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREICN ADVERTISING DY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, I Pipes, SUjtote, mJUJi4?iSU R4TE5 TOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Tobacco ans Herejwe go Over the Ice And over the Snow fc! CTragngjiiaum, $ 2.50 For Precinct mid city Offices 5.00 For County Offices For Stnte mid District Offices.,. $ 15.00 10 For Calls, per Hue 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of Individuals or expression .10 of individual views per line.... Come and See Them C&exa&TTzs Please Read These Two Letters. Tho following letter from Mrs. Orvlllo Rock will prove hownnwiso of a surgical operation when it maybe avoided by taking Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegotablo Compound. She wis four weeks in tho hospital nml came homo suffering worso than before. Then after all that suffering Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound restored her health. HERE IS HER OWN STATEMENT. Taw Paw. Mich. "Two years ntro I suffered :feiSa&2iS?i' 1 very severely with a displacement- - I could not bo on my leet lor a long time. My physician treated 1110 for sovoral months 'without much relief, and at last sent mo to Ann Arbor for an operation. I was there four weeks and camo homo 'A fr'i suffering worse than before. My mother advised mo to try Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Com' pound, and I did. I am '"''.feSw'; and do all my own housework. well and strong I owe my health to Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound and advise overy woman Avho is alUictcd with any female complaint to tiy it." Mrs. Orville Rock, it. it. iso. 0, raw mw, Jiiicn. "THERE NEVER WAS A WORSE CASE." " There never was a worso case of women's ills . Rockport, Ind. than mine, and I cannot begin to tell you what I suffered. For over two years 1 was not able to do anything. I was in bed for a month, and the doctor said nothing but an operation would euro me. My father suggested Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound ; so to please him I took it, and I improved wonderfully, so I am able to travel, rido horseback, take long rides and n6ver feci any ill effects from it. I can only ask other suffering women to give Lydia E.AIJnk-ham- 's Vegetablo Compound a trial before submitting to an opeiation." Mrs. MARGAitET MmtKDiTir, R. F. D. No. 3, Rockpoit, Ind. Wo will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful or that cither of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tho original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. For 30 years Iij'dia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable i ffK GIBSON & SON it is for women to submit to the dangers (T LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs. Viola Jackson continues to be ill. Mrs. Mike Hnmman has been ill two weeks. Chas. Loyd is very ill at the Clover-por- t Hotel. For Sale School chalk at the News Office. Goes cheap. See Mrs. J. N. Cordrey's announcement of sale in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer have gone to Florida for the winter. Ernest Rees, of Irvington, was the guest of Miss Lucile Berry Sunday. Miss Virginia Hudson, who has been ill at her home in Versailles, is improving. Mrs. Shelby Conrad entertains the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Keith is visiting her son, ence Keith and family, of Elizabeth-town- . J. W. Edmonson and family, of Owensboro, have moved here to make their home. Word has been received here that Mr. F. N. D'Huy is critically ill at his home in Deland, Fla .See "A Girl of The Mountains", the marvel, at Perkins & Burke'b Play House, Friday night. Miss Nannie Hall, of Union Star, and Dr. Beeler, of Louisville, attended a ball at Chenault last week. Mrs. Robert Polk entertained the Aid and Missionary Society of the Baptist church Monday afternoon. Notice All persons indebted to me will please call at once and settle Mr. J. N. Cordrey. Abe Ditto, of Louisville, has gone to Dallas, Texas, to spend the winter with his son, David Ditto and his wife. Attention is called to the sale of the Wm. Mullen lands, which takes place in this city on Saturday, January 27. The new and startling drama, "A Girl of The Mountains" will be at the Cloverport Opera Hoube, Friday night, Jan. 10. Do not miss it. "A Girl of The Mountains" will be at The Cloverport Opera House, Friday night, January 10. scat tickets on sale nt Jas. J. Burke's r tore. Mr. Barnes has arrivd here to install a water works system in the round house at the L. II. & St. L. R R. He His will be here three or four weeks. wife and daughter will arrive soon. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson were host and hostess to n family dinner The guests were: Mr. and Lige Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Gibson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Ilamraan. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of Kansas City, Mo., who expects to return to her home today, was hostess to the Girls' Club and several guests yesterday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe. J. S. Love was given a trip gr tis to the Nashville banquet to the agents of the National Life and Accident Insurance Company, whose collections were Mr Love's collections 100 per cent. run up to 101 per cent He said it is the largest collection he has ever made in any territory, after being with the company eight years. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Bertha Will to Mr. Compound has been the standard remedy for feRichard Stites. The wedding will take male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments place in Louisville, January the twenty-fourtdoes justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it The announcement is very inhas restored so many suffering women to health. teresting. Mr. Stites has been practiWrite to LYDIA E.riNKHAMMllDlCINECO. cally reared on the "Henderson Route" (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. as his father, Mr. Sam Stites, has long Your letter will bo opened, read and answered been with the road and has brought the by a woman and held in strict confidence. son up with him. Mr. Stites and his bride will go to house keeping in an ideal bungalow that he has built day. and just finished in Cresent Hill. William F'umphrev is visiting Miss Sally liaker at P.itesville. 1 Post i"f J Louisville Evening News Miss Ruth Hall is visiting her sister, Z2Z2?. Breckenridge and one j ear $3 50. Mrs. Esther Holtsclaw. Tor Sale The men are working on the bridge FOU SAI.K A 15 liortio ponur MiitlonLry Kiiulnu; Wulklns niiUe. lu jjood and if the weather is favorable they ,C HOLT ITEMS. liitckfiirlilKu ocrort. Ky. will have it completed in two or three Res-erve- SLEDS SKATES and COASTERS J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 30E t W To-da- y 'iOEZzza mi The Bank of Cloverport T h. Pays 4 per cent on Time Deposits Cits depositors are made secure y 0 $3 vv i ar ts -- by stockholders whose ?&oregate wealth amounts to over t JJt?:2S:??2s New-.- $1,500,000.00 PAUL LEWIS, Cashier '"T C r. weeks. For Sale COR SAI.K boeas, Mortc(f. mid nil Kinds James Hendrick visited Mrs. Mary ' of It Kill blunkh. HiieMiiirlciKu Nuwt, Importance Recognized. Belle at Stephensport Saturday. Clovurport. Ky. appro-lute"Do you think that man tully John Powers moved on H. F. the- importance of tho otllco to For Sale Scholarship farm Monday. wo have elected him?" paid one SALH Scholarship In the ItowlliiK Full on UnlviTslU. pood In unv ln art Frank and Charley Miller were the onstttueut. University. IlrecknnrldKuNaws, guests of Misses Rose and Josie Hall, of "I guess lie doei." replied the other uieiitoftli.it Ky. 'The first thing lie did was to say It Cloverport, Cloverport, Sunday. )ugut to command :i larger salary." James Dejarnett is the hustling man. Washington Star He put up ice all last week. Bean Ballots. Jesse Miller is going to move to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson and Cheeks nnd Unmans of the ancient 1 MULI3 13j hands h'gh: coming 4 family will move here from Louisville invariably used white and" black years old. $140 l MULK I6yi Miss Nora Harrison has four more world next week. He is in the Henderson hands high; slight blemish on back, beans for voting at trials, the white Route machine shops, here. week's of school to teach and then she bean signifying acquittal and tho black $125. JFresh COWS at fair prices. California to stay. COl.. It. J. OOKSUCIt. me conviction. IrvlnKton. Ky. Miss Flora Smith, of Brazil, Ind., is going to Z. T. Hardin lost a fine mule last Chas. Smith, of Terre Haute, Ind., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.I. week, Amon Miller was at Cloverport Sun- Smith and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Isora. Subrcribe Today! Now! s Shell-man- 's - hoc d ioj oj .y r,Why Has The Mutual Benefit Life FOR SALE! -.- Insurance Company The Largest Business in Kentucky? of its fair dcnlinM with its policy-holder- s for 07 years. Because its policy contract is the inoft lihenil, fne from restrictand Automatic Extension values ions?, Cash, Loan Paid-u- p with thofir.st year. Low Premium and large Dividends. " The tccord of tho past, is an index to tho future. j Because - Subscribe Now Look! Look! J. ROSENBLATT For the hand bills which are to be sent you by informing you of his How are you investing your money; it it a safeguard to your family in cae you should ho taken fiom them; will it piotect your businesd in time of a panic i Ask to see one of our Life Acccler-ativ- e Endowment Policies. i j - DAVIS D. DOWELL, i Big 10 Days Clearance Sale Beginning Jan. 20, Lasting Until Jan. 30, All goods must go. 50c given on the dollar. Such bargains never before offered in Irvington. Don't miss coming to the new store "The Store that Satisfies" to Agent U nnmtinminn1 Jiiat uniauuty, AB.lftlUXljr 1912 START A CONSOLATION is a FUNDI- Begin today and lay a littlo cash in bank for money great source of consolation wion disappointment comes. "uOld and alono without money is tho saddest state in a mans Hie. lou can iorget your little trou bles and anxieties, to u certain extent, if you lmvo a few cash eortiticaten to think of every month. A PENNY SAVED IS A TEAR DRIED. Put away a dollar every time you have a disappointment and you will ho surprised how consoling a dollar is. Try it. ROSENBLATT, : Irvington, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvinfton, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Adventure A Romance of The South Seas BY Jack London Copyright. 1910, by Street 6 Sakh Ceeyrifht. 101 1, by tho MtcnUUa Tho simmer fnim Sydney, the Knm CHAPTEU XVI. inuintm, MiiUe tin MiieiuilH ot "please imj.n't in: A.vcinv with ue." tor tin limit w mie landing mull Dr. WeNUmero nnd tlie iiippile wm tin' tree nnd eed .loan depnrted nnd Cuptnln IlIKI ONleieil lire Minerva. Imlllld fur AKTEK tincl turned In tor it i ap .Mnrli ittiiiiuiii Mi( two rn'.v sleep In a veruudn hammock from N"t;i Ami nurrviim Bbcldun opened .loan's letter: with i iitinci-t luimri - BBBBkiWv- , !.bbbbw He-ram- iiai-K- - t'' .'iie. , K Dear Mr. tincldon-1'lea- se forgive mo for tcnllng the Kliouerty Gibbet. 1 simply had to. The .Martha means everything to us. ThltiK ot it. omy ror ner, J27S. It I don't save her, l Know 1 shall bo able to pay all expenses out of her gear which tho natives will not nave carried off. And U I do save her it is the Haul ot a lifetime. And if i don't save her I'll till tho Emily and the Fllbberty Gibbet with re cruits. Recruits nre needed right now on Uerande tnoio tlmn anything else. And plrnse. plense don t be angry with mo Vou jiild I shouldn't go recruiting on the Kllbburty. nnd I won t. I'll go on tho Emily 1 bought two cows this afternoon That trader at .oki died of teer. and I bought them from ins piirtnei-Sn- m Willis his namu who agiees to deliver them, most likely by the Minerva nest time she Is down that wny Her a ride has been long enough on tinned num. And Or. v elsnmere has agreed to get me some orange ur.d lima trees from Hit) mission station ut L'lnvn lie will deliver them the next trip of the Apostle. If the Sydney steamer urrives berorc 1 get back plant tho rwcet corn sliu will bring between tho oung trees on the high bank of the Ualesuna. The curient Is eating In against that u.ink. and you should do something to save it. 1 have ordered somo Her trees and too. from Sydney Or. Welshmere will bring some mango seeds They are big trees nnd require plenty of room The Martha Is registered 110 tons. She Is the biggest schooner In the Solomons and tho best. I suw n little of her lines and guess the rest. She will sail llko a witch. If she nnsn't tilled with water her engine trftuu nil right. Tho reason -Went ashore wns because It was notl working. Tho engineer hud disconnected' tho feed pipes to clean out the rust. Poor business unless at anchor or with plenty, of sea room. Plant all tho trees In the compound oven If you havo to clean out tho pulms later on. And don't plant the sneet corn all nt once. Let a tew days elansu between plnntlngs. JOAN LACKLAND. ue lingered the leiter. ungeriuj; over u ( "iii a limit Willi I nliiire I In1 rniiL'i' Mini Hun1 tret1- - from i mnrK in a ml i iu'vi. piTN't-- i went her luM'ind nir' Pien HUH' Hie intiu welter INir i'is."i' liM5- II rimed, lull da il vi;4 eiceted liij: nt tltt't" tu iluiri Munitions of eniin utiff uirstim a point n with ii'in'Wi'd vinii'ii'-i- ' It wa in tin' mitt wi'iitlii-- r that i.iu'cd out ul (tic iinue h.ivs ran then iu me-li- tit tu tl ous eyes; for it was the lirst white man's bouse the black bad ever seen The black stepped dowu, nnd uu other mounted to take his place. Hut Tagarl Just before be reached the hot It toin step caught sight of Sheldon. starting Immediately In a whaleboat was the llrsl horse tho fellow hud ever I'oonga Poougn Hut the uext In seen, nnd he let out a frightened for stunt the Idet was dismissed What screech and dashed madly up the could lie do If he did go? First she steps. At the same moment the great it It NeM she would In ugh mass of blacks surged away would panic at him and call him a silly. stricken from Sheldou'ti vicinity. The Then was much In her willful eon grinning house hoys shouted encour duct that caused lilin to winco In the agement uud explanation, and Hie He wns appalled hv stampedo was checked, the new caught heart of lilin the thought of her shoulder to shoul bead hunters huddling closely togcih der with I be drunken rabble ot trad er and staring dubiously nt the fear It ful monster. ers and peach combers at tiuvutu was bad enough tot a clean, fastidious "Hello!" Joau called out. "What do man. but tor a young woman, u girl at you mean by frightening till my boys) tji.ni.lt uas awful The theft ot the Come ou up" Fllbberty Clhbet w.is merely amusing. "What do you think of theuiV" she though the menus liv which the theft asked when iliey had shaken hands. bad been effected gave him hurt. U't "And what do you think of her':" with be found consolation In the fact that a wave of the hand toward the Malthe task of making Oleson drunk had tha. "I thought you'd deserted the plantation nud that I might us well go been turned over to the three scoun drels. And next nnd swiftly came the ahead nod get the men Into barracks vision of her. ulune wltb those hjiiiic Areu't they beauties' Do you see Unit three scoundrels, on the Kmlly. salliut.' oue with the spill uoseV lie's the out to sea from Cuvutu In the twilight only man who doesn't hall from the with darkness coming on. Then runic I'oonga I'oonga roast, and they said visions of Adamn Adum nnd Nou Noun the I'oonga I'oonga natives woiildui recruit Just look ut thorn and con and all her brawny Tahltlan following anxiety faded away, being re gniiutiite me They re men, every 'asl and his placed by Irritatlou that she should one ot t hem. I have such n long sto save been capable of sucb wildness ot ry I don't know, where to begin, and conduct And the Irritatlou was still I won't begin anyway till we're through with this nud until you have u him as he got up and went Inside told mo that you are not angry with to staro ut the hook on the wall and lo me. wish that ber Stetson bat and revolver "Ofu, what place belong" you 7" she belt were banging from It jtent ou wltb ber catechism. Several auict weeks. silDned by. re-ei- characteristic, was bis thought, as he studied the boyish scrawl clear to read, painfully clear, but none the less boyish. He looked long at the name, .loan Lackland Just an assemblage of leisters, of commonplace letters, but an assemblage thai generated u subtle heady magic. It crept into bis brain and twined nnd twisted bis mental processes mull all that constituted him at that moment went out in love to that scrawled signature. .loan Lackland! ICneh time lie looked at It there arose visions of her in a myriad moods and guises, coming in out of tbo Hying smother of the gale that had wrecked her schooner, launching a whaleboat to go a llshing. running dripping from the sea with streaming hair and cling ing garments to the fresh water show cr. frightening fourscore cannibals with un empty chlorodyne bottle. rattling ou about romance and venture, bright eyed her face flushed and eager with enthusiasm Joan Lackland, tic mused over the cryptic wonder of it till the secrets ot love were made clear and he felt a .keen sympathy for lovers who carved their'nauies on trees or wrote them on the beach sands of the sea. Then lie came back to reality, and Even then she his face hardened was on the wild coast of .Mnlnltn and at I'oonga I'oonga. of all villainous and dangerous portions the worst, peo pled with a teeming population of bend hunters, robbers and murderers For i he Instant lie entertained the rash thought of calling his boat's crew and he looked ut her. It cuiiie lo him thai he had never naif anticipated the glad ness her return would bring to him. "1 was inigrv." he n Id dellberateh don reined In his horse nud watched She sat ut the head ot t lit- - steps, be- "I am still angry, very angry" he hind a table, between .Minister and his noted the glint of dellauce in her eyes I torgave. and I white mate, the three nt tlietn check- - and ilinlU'd-'Mi- ut ,n,, Hut, in., n. now forgive all over again Though I ,' .'. .. t1olls m"' '"answers in the still insist" big. red coveted. Herando labor jour "That I should have a guardian, rial. she Iniei rupted "Hut that day wlb Thank goodness. I'm ot "What name?" she demanded of the never legal age und able to transact bust black man on the steps. "Tngari." came the answer, accom- ness In my own rlghr. And. speaking panied by a grin and a rolling of curl of tiiislni'ss. now do you like my force ful American niciliodsV"- "Mr Halt, from what I hear, doesn It and scrutinizing the writing In a take kludlv In them," he temporized way that wns not bis wont How you've certainly a-l..- down wllb the news tbnt tho Martbn, tho Fllbberty (Jluuet and tbo Kmlly were hendlnj: In for the iiiichora'Be. Coming into the compound from tho rear, Sheldon saw everything ut once-fir- st, n Rllmpe nt tlio sea. where the Alartbn tloateil lingo alongside the cutter nnd the Ketch which had rescued her; and next, the ground in front ot the veranda step", where a great crowd of fresh caught cannlunls stood nt attention From the fact that each was uttlrcd in a new. uov white Sheldon knew that they were recruits. Part wny up the steps one or them was Just hacking down Into the crowd, while another, ended out by name, was coming up It was .loans voice that had called vim. and Shellava-Jnv- Vhrn wo tried to work the coast filled up we came back to see bow tho Martha wns progressing." "And thinking we was going homo Kidney Trouble Makes You MiscrabU. with our recruits," Sparrowhnwk slipAlmost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's ped In, "Lord lutnme. that Miss LackSwamp-Roothe great kidney, liver and land ain't never suiNMcd 'I'll tako manner rcmcuy, 'cm ou the Mm it ha.' says she, 'and you of its remark-abl- e can go buck nnd till up again.'" health restoring It couldn't bo done," "Hut I told properties, bwnmp-- Afiinster wenther "I told ber tho tin Root fulfills nlni.. t Martha hadn't n license for recruiting. 'rMj every with lit over ". coming rheumatism, 'Oh.' she said. 'It can't bo done, ehT and she stood nnd thought a few mini pain in the back, kid I ncys, liver, bladder utes." d 3 ami every part ot me. "And I'd seen her think before," urinary passage. It cried Sparrowhnwk, "nnd know nt corrects inability to wunst that the thing wns as good as hold water and scaldingpain ill passing it, or bad effects followingusc of liquor, wine done." Munstcr lighted his cigarette and reor beer, nnd overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often sumed: " 'Vou we that spit,' she says to me. through the day, and to get up many times dttrintr the night. with the little ripple breaking nround Swamp-Rois not recommended for It? There's a current sets right across everything but if you have kidney, liver It nnd on It, and it will set you nicely or bladder trouble, it will be found just aground. Then I'll rescue your rethe remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice, and lias cruits und sail uwny simple, nln't It V proved so successful that a special ar says she." Munstcr continued. "'You rangement has been made by which all hang up one tide,' says she: 'the next readers of this paper, who have not al- Is the big high water. Then you hedge ready tried it, tna have n sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book telling and how to more about Swamp-Roofindoutif you have kid ney or bladder trouble. When writiiigmenticn reading this generous offer in this paper nnd 6cnd your address to Dr. Kilmer ii Co., lloul liinghnmton. N. Y. The regular fifty-cesize bottles arc sold ly and all druggists. Don't make any mistake but remember the name, Swnmp-RooD- -. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoonnd the address, Binghamton, N, Y., on every bottle. Do You Get Up With t, a Lame li Back? i uy E Z corded in Deed Hook No. 3O nnd Pace No. 5.15 thereof In the Hrccklnridge County Court Clerk's office. The purchaser, with npproved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of sale until paid, and hnving the force nnd effect of a replevin bond Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money, Didders will be prepnred to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Ollice, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. I to 5 p. m, Dentist Clovcrport, Ky. u i(j oIlczioczDlfolfollolfioizz)! COMMISSIONER'S SALE BALL & MILLER VJLU2 I Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Knulty No. 337H. ARatnit L.J. Dcnt&U. Defendant. I By virture of .1 Judgement nnd Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, It M. Powell. 1'lalntliT. 1 Limy, Fied and Sale Sfabla ot t, olbramp-lloo- nt one-doll- t, t, But Ogu was a hushmnn. lacking knowledge or the nlmost universal beclie de mer English, nnd hnir a dozen of bis fellows wrangled to ex plain. "There nre only two or three more,' Joau said to Sheldon, "and then were done. Hut ,wm haven't told me tli.tt you are not angry ' Sheldon looked Into her clear eyes as she favored him with a direct, un troubled gnze that threatened, he knew from experience, to turn teaslngly de (Jam on uu Instant's notice. And a "1" .,n. - "and hones rattling for many a day. H111 what I want to know Is. If olhei American women nre us successful in set the tlr business ventures?" "Luck 'most all luck." she disclaim ed inodestiy though her eyes lighted with sudden pleasure, and he knew her hoc s vanity hud been touched by his irille ot tempered praise. "I.iicK tie mowed!" broke out the long mate, Sparrowhnwk. his face shining with admiration. "It was hard work, that's what It wns. We earned our pay. She worked us till we drop ped. and we were down with lever half the time. So was she. for that matter, only she wouldn't stay down, and she wouldn't let us stay down. My word, she's a slave driver. An' the Lord lumme, the way she made love to old Kina-Kinal- " "He was older than Tclepasso nnd dirtier," she assured Sheldon, "and am sure much wickeder. Now I must run and wash up. Did the Sydney orders arrive?" "Yours are Iti your quarters," Shel don said. "Uurry. for breakfast is waiting. Let me have your hut und belt. Do, please, allow me. There's only one hook for them, nnd 1 know I one of tiii: iiousi: uovs iia.n iuu uow.n WITH THE NEWS. where It Is." She gnve him u quick scrutiny tbnt was almost womanlike, then sighed with relief us she unbuckled the heavy belt and passed It to him. "I doubt if I ever wnnt to see revolver," she complained. "That oue has worn n hole In me, I'm sure. I never dreamed I could get so weary of one." Sheldon watched her to the foot of the steps, where she turned nnd called back: "My, I can't tell you how good It Is to be home ngnln!" "And Burnett said. Vell. I'll bn d! I beg your pardon, Miss Lnck. d land, but you hnvo wantonly broken tho recruiting laws und you know It,' " uu-oth- Bus Meets all Trains rendered at October Term thereof, I9II, in the above cause, for the sum of two hundred dollars, $200 00 with Interest : Ky. at the rate of 0 per cent, per annum from the Hth day of March I9IO, until CI0EZ30lf0l0llCZI0IZ3 paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to otTcr for sale at the Court-Houdoor in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, tho 22nd day January, 1912, nt 1 o'clock Yb P. M., or thereabout (being County WW' upon a credit of six and Court day,; rgJ JJ 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 Wetellrouhow. and oavbestmarUet trices. mill site, and running N. 30, E 60 poles F lSTifi; We are dealers: established n andean do BIJTTIJR for you crossing Sinking Creek to a white oak than agents or commission mercorner to said Board's in Nemiah chants. References any bank In Write for weekly price list. Hoard's line, then with his line up said M. SABEL & SONS creek S. 10, E. GO poles to another of A 33 E. Markit SI., LOUISVILLE. KY. said Board's corners, then with another Dealers In FURS, hides, wool. of his lines S. 2.1, 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, H Kv vw 1 ill OVER 66 YEARS' then S. 20, W. 9 poles to a. white oak on the batk of said creek, then S 30, E. EXPERIENCE 31 poles to a black oak, Spean's 'corner, Albright's line, then S. 7S W. 85 poles crossing said creek above the old mill site, to a black oak standing near the lield.then N. 12, W. 80 poles to the beginning containing SO acres and Including the mill site with the Trade Marks fixtures thereto, said property lvincr on Designs mm Sinking Creek In Breckinridge county, Copvrighto tc. Anrone sending a sketch and description mar Ky , and is the same land which Ethel our opinion free whether an L Basham and C. E. Basham sold to oulcklr ascertain Invention Isprobnbly jmtcntnblo. Communion-tlon- s strictly conddcutlal. HANDBOOK on 1'atcnts the defendant, S. P. Drury, on the 3rd sunt free. Oldest agency for securing patents. day of December, 1897, the deed being Patents taken tlirouKh Jilunn & Co. receive of record In deed book 40, page 100 in tptcM notice, without chnrgo, in tho Breckinridge County Clerk's ollice, or sutllcier.t thereof to produce the sums A weekly, hnndsomclr of money so ordered to bo made. For culation of anyIllustrated Journal. tarrcst fcir-a Terms, 3 srientltlo four months, $L Sold by all nonsdcnlers. the purchase price, the purchaser, with Tcnr: approved surety or securities, must ex- ft.UNN&Co.36'B'ad. New York ecute bend, bearing legal interest from Branch Ofllro. C25 V Ft., Washington, I). C the day of sale until paid, and having yAiuea the forco and effect of a replevin bond. "I DOUBT IF I ETCH WANT TO SEE A Texas Wonder. Lein retained to secure payment of ItEVOLVEH." purchase money. Bidders will be preoff and go after more recruits. There's pared to comply promptly with tl.ese The Texas Wonder cures kidney and no law against recruiting when you're terms. Approximated debt, interest and bladder troubles, removing gravel, empty.' 'But there Is ngalnst starving cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, 'em,' I said. "You know there ain't nnv cost$i00.80. Lee Walls, Commissioner. rheumatism, and all irregularities of l to speak of aboard of us and the kidneys and bladder in both men there ain't n crumb on the Martha. and women. Regulates bladder troubworry you. l "'Don't let the Captain blister," says she. 'If I can COMMISSIONER SALE les in children. If not sold by your And grub for eighty-fou- r mouths on druggist will be sent by mail on rethe Martha, the two of you can do as ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is two much by your two vessels. Now go Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. month's treatment and sek'om fails to ahead and get aground before a steady H. A. Oelze, Plaintiff perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 breeze comes up and spoils tbe ma vs. Equity No. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for nouver. I'll send my boats the mo- Mary B Oelze &c.,Deft. j Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugment you strike.' " By virture of a judgement and order gists. "And we went nnd did It," Sparrow-haw- of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, said solemnly and then emit- rendered at may term thereof, 1911, in commissioners of Wm. Mullen ted a series of chuckling noises. "Miss the above cause, fo. the sum of six place d by a with pointers formerly Lackland transferred tbe recruits, und huudred dollars, ($600.00,) with inter- ren point 42stake west of the on a barpoles original est at the rate of (I per cent per annum the trick wns done." trom the ri. day of January, 1907. until aforesaid Wm. May Patent corner, N To be continued paid, and all costs herein, shall pro- and S line, Spanish oak and two dogwoods, thence with said commissioners ceed to oiler for sale at the Medicinesthat aid Nature ate always door in Hardinsburtf, to tho high st line at the foot of a hill near an old road, thence 52 W hickmost effectual. Chamberlain's Cough bidder, at public auction, on Monday, ory, thence SS77 V I 12 poles toa a stake, poles to the 22 day of January, 1!)12-- , at one o Remedy acts on this plan. It allays clock, p. m , or thereabout, (being formerly a small elm and walnut on the cough, relelves the lungs, opens County Court day.) upon a credit of six the east bank of Tar Fork Crfek.thence the secretions and aids Nature In re- and twelve months; the following de- down Tar Creek as it meanders and the storing the system to a healthy condit- scribed property, to wit: A certain binding thereon about 125 poles tomore acres, house and lot, situated, lying and being beginning, containing 4 ion. Thousands have testified to its in Oloverport.Ky., Breckenridge county or less. Said land will be first offered superior excellence. Sold by all deal situated on second in said city and in 3 separate tracts, then as a whole. The purchaser, with approved surety fronting on second street, 100 feet and ers. running back to an alley and being the or securities, must execute bond, bearsame property in which Mary B. Oelze ing legal interest from date of sale unHardin County In Pool. til paid, and having the force and effect resides. The purchaser, with approved surety of a judgment. Lein retained to secure Klizabethtown, Ky , Jan. 11. The payment of purchase money. Bidders Hardin County Board of Control of the or securities, must execute bond, bear- will be prepared to comply promptly ing legal interest from the day of sale Burley Tobacco Society has adopted until paid, and having the force and w;tn these terms. Lee Walls, Complan of pooling tobacco. effect of a judgment. Lein retained to missioner. the The nineteen precinct committeemen secure payment of purchase money. Bidders comply have been appointed managers in their promptly will be prepared to Approx Torturing eczema spreads its burning with these terms. respective districts, and s the inten- imated debt, interest and cost ir8,2 50. area: every day. Donn's Ointment quickly stops its spread, instantly retion of the society to pool the entire Lee Walls, Commissioner. lieves the itching, cures it permanently. county before March 1, I9I2. At any drugstore. Hardinsburg, se R"i 1 MONEY iv' e. ijTTjrra Scientific JMiericatu svyj kai-kn- kni-kn- '8 ) - k 1 court-hous- e -- ten-ye- ar it-i- '8 "1 SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE Captain Munstcr narrated ns they sat over their whisky, waiting for Joan to come back. "And says sho to him, 'Mr. Burnett, cun you show mo any law against taklug the passengers off n vessel that's on a reef?' What could Burnett do? lie passed tho wholo hundred and fifty, though the Emily was only licensed for forty and the Fllbberty Gibbet for thirty-live."But I don't understand," Sheldon " said. "This Is tbo wny she worked It. When the Martha was floated we bad to beach ber right away at the head of tho bay, and whilst repairs were going on, new rijdder being made, Bulls bent, gear recovered from tho niggers, uud so forth, Miss Lackland borrows Spurrowhawk to run tbe Flll- berty along with Curtis, leuds mo" Brnhms to take Sparrowhawk's place uud starts both craft off recruiting. My word, the niggers came easy. It was virgin ground. Since the Scot-tiiChiefs no recruiter had ever eveu 11 h Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Equity S. B. Bell, et., al., Plaintiff. Against No America Uell,et.,al. (Defendant J 3391. By virture of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the bale ot the hereinafter described real estate and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of January 1912, at one o'clock P, (being County M., or thereabout Court day), upon n credit of Six and Twelve months, the following described property, to wit: Certuin Real estate bltunted, lying and being in the County of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky in Hardlns Creek and bounded as follows; "Beginning at a white oak of 'ihornns O'Connells corner near a tobacco barn; running thence S. I9, W. II3 poles to a small hickory dog wood and black oak near Mrs. Burbage's fence; thence with the fence S 744, W. 27 poles to a rock at the mouth of a lane; thence N. 43, W. I07 poles to two hickories. Dressers corner; 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 line N. 4, E. I4O poles to two white oaks near a pond of rock O'Connell's corner: thence with his Hue S. 64 , E. 210 poles to tho beginning, containing 176)6 acres, more or less. Said property was deeded to said Nancy Bell by deed dated October 31st, 1865, from Nannie W. Hensley; which deed is re Ureckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Chas. Hamman.Admr ,pllT. ) Equity all costs herein, I shall procted to oiler for sale at Fisher's corner in Clever-porKy., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Saturday, the 21 day of January, 1912, at one o'clock, p. m, , or thereabout, (being day adversingle book. tized for saleof said proper t),) six and The Only Dictionary with the the following described twelve months; New Divided Page. property, to wit: A certain tract of 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. land lying on the waters of Tar Creek 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly in Breckenridge county, and bounded half a million dollars. as follows; Beginning attwo sycamores Let us tell you about this most and black walnut on the bank of the creek on the lower side of the fork and remarkable single volume. lower side of the mouth of a branch, apd running with general course of said Mg$20EE3BM Write for iaapl. branch S 72 W22 poles, thence N 46 YV tlouUn, (. 26 pales, thence N 3 V 30 poles to a Hams tab stake in a Held (stake gone) thence S paper and 30 W 86 pules to a whte oak and Spanish we will oak on the east side of a branch, thence Mad free S 15 16 poles to a stone formerly a a set w white oak beech and sugar tree in the Fooket original west line, thence S 42 W II5 b Mjw poles to a stone, formerly & white oak beech and sugar tree in the original west .May patent line, thence S ifi W 170 poles to a stone set In a large white oak stump, the most southerly corner of tha Mm. May Patent, thence with a aW C. SW-- C, WJ4 K 273 line of Bald May Patent poles to a large stone.said to have t, vs. No. Cassia Mullen, &c, Deft. ) 3231 By virture of a judgement and order of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 1011, in the above cause, for the sa.e of the hereinafter described real estate, and INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIANI WEBSTER Tho Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pith and essence 01 an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowledge. An Enoyolopedia in WEBSTER'S NEW -- . ' HSjA ba giilEg. I (F t utJML.MiMMaaik.Mi 'V nmutMtttmtffwBtBSKiOrmr r Wr n Vbra REPORT OF CITY OFFICERS OF CLOVERPORT For the Year Ending December 30, REPORT OF MARION WEATHERHOLT, Ell 1UMATIS1 ftm Dr. Whitehall's Frr 15 jta.r a Sta.ida.d P.cmcdy for all forms of Rheumatism, lumbaco, sore muscles, stiff or mot'en f;out, It quickly relieves the revere paint) reduces the fever, and eliminates the poison from the system. CO cents a box at druggists. 1911 The Ware That Wears Guaranteed 15 Years It doesn't pav to buy cheap ware that soon peels, cracks, leaks, tarnishes, rusts or wears out. Even at a lower cost such ware is the most expensive because it is dangerous to health and unreliable in service doesn't last. CITY TREASURER UliCKIII'S Jiimmry lot, (o balance, To amount received from O. DohuWn, ... Marshall, To amount received from J. II. Wills, Police Judgo, . To amount received fiom Paul Lewis, Clerk, To amount received from Clias. May, Si., Tax Collector, from V. G. To amount leceivcd Uabbngo, Police .luoY'o, . DISBUKSEMENTS $l;J9 03 1G 33 19 20 3G2 95 Jiy orders paid Corporation account .. " Street account " " " " Salary and Fee account " " Street Lamp account. " ,( " Interest on Bonded " 170 78 Writs for a Frao trial Box Dr. Whitehall Megrlmlno Co. 1QB 8. Lafayttts St. Gouth Dand, Ind. a few dnys 377 09 ' 1,35100 turned home niter 550 GOO visit to "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware Germs do not breed on its smooth surface and odors can not be absorbed by it. You'll have better food and save trouble, time and fuel by using only "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware. Look for trade mark on every piece. FOR 5AM2 IIY 2G Mr, 3,312 32 35 50 3,01 G 23 Debt Hy orders paid Interest on Loan from Sink iim Fund. Balance . 00 33 19 833 91 $3,910 23 and Mrs. V. It. Lyon, Jr., nt Dig Spring. The Huff Bros , of Cnue villc, gave n song recital nt the Cumberland l'resby-tcrinchurch on Monday evening. Miss Jessie Leaver hns returned home alter n ten days visit to friends nt Nashville, Clarksville, Teiin., and Guthrie, ti is practically no wear it and scientific investigation proves it the most out lo sanitary cooking ware made. Particles can't chip off and cause chronic troubles nor spoil the food. is guaranteed for IS years. There Jan. 1, 1912, to balance $S33 91 Respectfully submitted, Makiun Wkatiiekhoi.t, Treasurer City of Cloverport. Ky. Tlie School Improvement League will hold its first meeting of the year on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock nt the I'ub-ll- c School House. Subject: "Child Nn-tu- re mid Child Mature." Everybody is urged tonttend. W. H. HARDIN, r :: Lodiburg, Ky. L 'm ii 1905, 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 '" REPORT OF CHAS. MAY, SR., CITY TAX COLLECTOR Below is shown Collection for the for the fol lowing years: $ .. 1 59 2 65 Paid Marion Weathorholt, Treasurer.. Paid Marion Wcatherholt, Treasurer Sinking Fund Paid Chas. May, Sr., Tax Collector commission on above When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is most effectual $3,341 S8 for colds, croup and whooping cough, and that it contains no harmful drug. For sale by all dealers. 1,140 81 SIZE DOESN'T COUNT Size does not iilwuvs count. Tho stinger is the small pitrt of the bee, hut you can sonn learn which end it's on. It isn't U 12 24 67 630 4,026 35 92 97 53 82 286 14 $4,76S 84 E. Miss Lena Brashear spent last week in Union Star, the guest of Mrs, S. W. always tho size of it hank account that wo consider, it's tho man behind it. Wc feel that tho humble depositor is entitled to tho same consideration us the Btho mim Who Owns ft minr.. Our himl.-illf- r fnnilirinc; nvn nt- Bussett. Miss Brook Hall has returned to her home at Union Star after a few days visit to her siste:, Mrs. Chas. Bashani. Mrs. John Biddie, after n long illness of typhoid fever, is slowly improving. Roy Dodson is spending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. Winters, at Tell City. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Horton, Jan 12, a girl. Miss Alma Wathen, of Rhodelia, was the Kuest of Mrs. E. F. Kroush last week. Several from here attended the sale at Mr. Proctor Knott's last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Barger and baby spent Sunday the Riiest of their sister, Mrs. R, Bruner. Miss Lorena Bars is very ill nt this $4,768 83 Kespectfulty submitted, Chas. May, si:., City Tax Collector. REPORT OF MARION WEATHERHOLT, $6,759 16 January 1, 1911; to balanco received Jan. 1 to Dec. 29; to amount 1,140 37 from Chas. May, Sr., C. T. C received Jan. 1 to Dec. 30; to interest on loans TREASURER SINKING FUND disposal of all alike. Wo arc hero to help you if can. The farmer, planter, mechanic, business man siocKman, lauorer, professional man all are invited to become patrons of our bunk. Tho s'ize of the account is not of lirst importance. Come in and start an account todti THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburff, Ky. I ffi X J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (8l SONL Granite and Marble 205 93 Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. $8,105 46 $8,105 46 January 1, 1912; to balance Accrued Interest, Certificate of Deposit writing. cough njtdue ; $ 34 75 Respectfully submitted, MAllION WEATnEHHOLT, Treas. Sinking Fund, City of Cloverport. REPORT OF PAUL LEWIS, CITY CLERK Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1911 Collected during year by Chas. May, Sr. , C. T. C Collected during the year by O. Marshal Collected during year by Paul Lewis, C. C $139 93 When given as soon as the croupy appears, Chamberlain's Cough remedy will ward off an attact of croup and prevent all danger and cause ot anxiety. Thousands of mothers use DO YOU WANT TO BUY a farm or business? it successfully. Sold by all dealers. you may find just what you need in this department. interested in any of the following properties, write us Real Estate Department If you do If you are at once for -v owner's name and uddress. If none of those places suit vou. write us at once telling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU Hugh Weatherholt was in Catitielton, Troy and Hawesville last week selling WANT IT and Ictus introduce you to tho man who has the VERY T0BINSP0RT 3,342 32 16 33 362 95 19 20 35 50 , Do-Have- n, Collected during the 3 ear by J. II. Wills, P. .1. Collected during the year by V. G. Babbago, P. J $3,916 23 January Warrants Issued " " Feb. March Apail $ 281 41 126 40 171 50 -. PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. oil. We recommend tho following properties as being productive is still very ill ff Walter Weatherholt a severe case of Ligr'ppe at his home. and fair in price. Rev. GHbbert, of Loutaville, came Inst DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? Friday to begin a series of meetings at YOU WANT CASH for your property, send price and description the Baptist church here. at onco and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. Messrs Chas. Vanronia flliil I'M. Davis This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling attended b dance at Clias. Halls Wednesbuyers and sellers of farm or business properties to make quick sales. day evening. There is a revival being held at Millstone by the Free Methodists. G. W. Winchell went to Cannellon Silurdny in a sleigh, Good farm 400 acres; best land in Breckinridge eounty; woll Mr. aud Mrs. Monroe Cox have re- well watered and every acre, tillable, if 10,000 will buy IF $15,000 FARM FOR $10,000 It is worth $15,000. im-prov- r' ,1 farm. For particulars address this J no. D. Babbage i3"- Warrants (( Issued tc (( (( ( May June 211 64 133 64 Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "1 suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my lifel All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial" EC1 440 11 256 150 157 316 334 541 33 29 72 06 08 13 00 19 July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Mm I terest on loan from sinking Fund, $3,103 17 Balanco... - i Warrants outstanding v $ 01 813 06 20 81 833 91 uat.casn in nanus Areas. Respectfully submitted, Take City Clerk. Paul Lewis, Miss Johnnie Moorman, who has beeu IRVINGT0N visiting her sister, Mrs. Robt. Crlder, will leave this week for Glen Deau. MUa Jessie Brady is visiting her sisMrs. Doris Alvls and duugliter, who ter, Mrs. Tony McCoy, in Louisville have beeu guests of Miss Lillian Hczel-ett- e this week. for the pabt month, have gone to Misses Maggie aud Nauuie Cowley house parly nt their gave a week-e- nd country home. Those who were memwere; Miss Eula bers of the house-part- y V. U Taylor, Geo. HufI Neafiw, Dr. and Dr. Ileyser, of Ekrou. Mrs. Nauuie J. Walbeu is at home af-t- w CARDUI licres ty'nK ln tt valley; & I No ,, 3 houses, lawroomaweinncundhalhstonant tobacco barn; S miles South of Kirk, Vi mllo from school, woll 108 ucres 1 "X Mr o county; H mllo from Ekron. Meade1 springs neur bum ; on Kurul Iloute.watered. S unlo of iul)ilo school, mile graded school, good land "0acres, '40 acres good lund near Ilusln No 14 cultivated;100 level; all can ba Mr SurliiL's. Ilruekuarldiru couuty, one feed burns, hi tobicco 3 good 3 dwellings; a barn; miles from qfthobent Mictions In the county Samplo. Eas terms. Njn n l'J5 acres mllo South otltockvalu, Kood level laud, 4 room dwelllmc I?5 ncros 1 "'Uo Hast of tenant bouse and necessary outliulldlnKs. No. IS DeaD; good, strong llinu Ulen ton School house and church In 3oO yards, l'rico soil, watered by wells und springs, on good 11,050 cash. county roud. near good school and churchos. ..-- .. vvwwww ... .. viu.v i,w, u Q NJn u 74 acres. 3 miles from ICIrk, dwull-li- good tenant houses, tine eloveruh:k Darns. and grass lnglK story 0 rooms and porch. uttu, u w, 4W, Rood woll, small tenant housu, Kood barn and undstablu. xood orchard. l??"?J0C'.,A?d..1 of No. 100 ucrvi In one NTfv O y 124 ucres Iu tho other; Vl acres und balanco16 yearly payments. ?JSnmu loln cated 3 mllo. from Uardliisburc; 100 ucres 3 miles from llaroed; H mllo of Klni;swood college. NO. 17 2??ittCirc8 Seated near Irvlngton ono of the best farms In Underhlgti stutoof cultivation 103 ucres locutod on tho rullroud thutsoctlon. Mr 10 well .Improved; good orchard; woll watered;-u- n VJ. J wile from Wvbstor, good ham ldeut pluco. l'rlcoJlO.000; H cash, und crib, reasonably (rood house; well water-ibalunce outlet on every sldo. I'ortlon of II, L. on cusy puyments. Kurtz furm. l'rico fXOOO. 18 200 acres 4K miles from Uardtns- 122 acres, Rood und level lund. No l,urK. county seat; well Improv- NT, nil laud cleared, well ed! mm r.. tint. fiirmu t.. i,. pood barn; "u..vjr. i rice located; 3 miles from lrvlucton. l'rico (3,300 H.&00. No. 2 30t)MiLTm 3 mlk's from tlUUsU. railroad, neur sample ; unu mllo from school- - nv. l"' nu. 1 u. lw Two-tract- s d, nu. ia n ....... The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui todayl a brief visit to relatives at enjoyable oyster supper to the members of the lodge aud their wives at the Public Hall on Thursday evening. Miss Jessie Iirady was the hostess of n sewiug bee ou Wednesday eveuiug in honor of a number of young lady friends, Indianapolis, Jas. Doliu aud Juo, Macey left the MWu Mary Drown has returned to first of the week for Minneapolis, Miuu., to spend several weeks. Lewisport, Mrs. Lonnie Dowell was hestess for C. J. Carnegie has returned from a the Women's Missionary of the Preby trip to Florida. Miss Kva Ttuius, who bus beeu the terlau church Thursday afternoon. Miss Viola Lewis made a Week-en- d guest of Miss Mary Collius for a week, visit to friends iu Louisville, has returned to her home iu Custer. Mr. "and Mrs. Jonas Lyon have re- The Woodmea of the World gave a very C"I "i(l U0acris, Smiles from Quston. Pt?,uuu 3 miles from Irvlugton; well watered: lujs well; good young orchard; good tlmber;ou rural route; bcliooi house few yards fron house: Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two good bms; him aud toneut house und cistern buck iu the lleld; meat und hen house; woodshed; will selloucasy paymonis;pleuty otsmxll fruit. Further particulars uddress Juo. I). Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. K?r S2.000ii.alo,(1.oun. res tour wiles' west of 'i80 Smiles from branch railroad T; fresh land; 100 ucres In cultivation; &0 ucres ln grass; will produce the best corn, wheat und tobacco iu neighborhood! plenty lasting water, woll at door ot dwell-lulog dwelling. 3 rooms und sldo roomi pood Htublo; 3 tobacco burns ; 3 tenant houses. Plenty of gopU timber for farm purposes good fund to clear, l'rico UJ.OOU H cash; g; turned to their home iu Centralist, III., Postal Depositary. niter visiting relutives here sevorul days. J, Kliot took his tobacco to Hiiwefi-vlll- e The Hancock Deposit Baulc is in reTuculuy where he sold it. Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert CocUrell went ceipt ol h letter from the Board of Trus-teeto Cauiieltou Thursday to see Mrs, Postal Sviugi Systaui, WHshiBg-toBoultluf.bouse who is sick. D. C, appointing It Depositary for Postal Savlugs Pimds deposited wltk Subscribe Right Now. Poitmaster at HawMville, Ky. Clarion.. s, u, 4. u. llgnoiz3f iocrz1lczzioEzzlfolf 1 Annual January Clearance Sale Commences Jan. 22, Lasts to Jan. 27. mmmm&mmmimmm QP-we- ALEXANDER'S All $10 Overcoats go 5HciocdSc HOC 1jCZIOIZZ)fc JOl ??o1)cnoc5 ioczz3TStoc51f51 m O ALL WINTER GOODS SOLD AT COST AND LESS THAN COST IN THIS SALE Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Under- worth 5oc, go at. ..... . ar, JUu at All $7.50 Overcoats j,o nt S7.98 .. . CnHsimcr at " Pants worth $1.25, go $1.00 75c .... Hope Cotton at Hoosicr Cotton t 3 cany Men's Wright's Spring Medium Underweur, worth 1.00 n garment, go nt, per 7c n giirmcnt kV S5.98 $12,50 $11. $8.50 $7.98 $5.98 $3.98 OviuO OQ QQ Cassimer Pants worth $1, go at Cahsimcr Pants worth 75c, go nt Cassimcr Pants worth 50c, no 7C 5C Men's Suitd worth $17.50, lJJ Ladies' Union Suits, worth $1, go nt 75c Juu Ofn ZUU go nt Suits worth $15, go nt Suits worth $12.50, go at. Suits worth $10, go , 55c 40c Corn for 3 2 25C ... . fl Ladies' Union Suits, lleeccd lined, worth 50e, go at Lidies' Pants and Shirts, worth 25c, go at all-wo- QPn at One lot Men's Patriot $1 Shoes, go at $1.50 cans Tomatoes for cans Hominy 25c u v Sweater in assortLndics' ed and white, worth .$2, go at Men's Sweaters worth $2, go $1.50 S1.50 at Suits worth $7.60, go at.t. Suits worth $5, go ...... . ... at Boy's kneo pant Suits worth $5, blue serge; all wool, go tit One lot Ladies' Shoes, in kid, sun metal and patent leather, worth $2.50, $3 $1.50 and $3.50, go at for All 10c Outing Cloth - 15C 8c at at Men's Monarch Shirts, colored, worth r $l,goat OOU nrft 100 Wool Scarfs go at 50 Wool 75C 40c Children's Sweaters worth $1, go 75c at Children's Sweaters worth 75c, go 60c .. at Children's Sweaters worth 50c, go 40c .. at Ladios'Coat Suits,black and gray, to" Prt worth $10, go at Ol 1 UU Ladies' black, long Cloaks, worth to" rn $10, go at OliuU All Children's Cloaks go At Cost. Men's and Boys' Overcoats all go At Cost. j at . Pants worth $3, go Men's Pants worth $3.50, go $2.75 $2.25 $2.00 $.50 89c at Scarfs go Suits worth $4, go . at Suits worth $3.50, go at Suits worth $3, go : at Suits worth $2.50, go at Suits worth $2, go OZi 30 ton QQ at $2.50 $2.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 - Pants worth $2.50, go at Pants worth $2, go at .. Men's lints worth $1.25, go Wool Blankets worth $6, go nt Blankets worth $5, go nt Blankets worth $2.50, go 4.50 $4.00 . $2.00 . $1.00 .. at at Blankets worth $1.50, go ljr at .. Blankets worth $1, go Hats worth $1.50, go at at $1.25 $1.50 Blankets worth 75c, go P Men'. Ram Coats worth $15, go to ar 4 1 inches long, coat, This is an and is a dandy coat. dark gray, all-wool 01 1 52 JU Pn at Blnnkots worth 50c, go at Suits worth $1.50, go at Knee Panta in kmckcrboclccr; Corduroy Pants worth $1, go at Hats worth $2, go at ....St. Hats worth $2.50, go at 75c 50c ...... at 40c 40c 20c n Men's light grey Overcoats', Presto Collar, all worth 12.50, co at O I Ui to " 7Cp $1.75 Men's heav' 50c Cnps, go at Ob Have them in all colors and stylos. All 25c Caps, go nt . This Sale is Strictly for Cash or Produce. No Goods will be Charged at these Prices. ED. F. ALEXANDER, l511ollCT0EllI01SllCT0Bll0r .4- 1QI t : : 3QI I : lllCZlOPllolll 51lol(CTOPllCUU Irvington, Kentucky I u fllollCT013ll(101lEiOPlElol Li , out and upward about four and a half Inches, it was not a horn for it was of the same composition as any other bone and conjectured it was covered with By Henry C. Jolly Sr. flesh and skin as it was an attachment of the si ull. The shape of the skull and cavity for 1 wrote a partial description which ward and burned until the bowels were the brain led me to believe they were was published in 1878 in relation to a burned out, as everyone I took out was an intelligent race Prof Shaler statburial place of an ancient people which burned from the short ribs to the upper ed thoy were not flesh eaters but did perlwink es I have opened and examined where end of the thigh and that portion of the eat shellfish, crawfish, and fish without heating them. He were found their remains which were spinal column opposite the bowels was proves this by their teeth. lain away with care tnd neatness to almost a cinder. They were laid away, In one burial place I took out thirty await the resurrection of their bodies their feet toward tho nltar, as we will four skeletons complete and in another in ono of these discovered and ex- call the stone used to burn them on, three. All buried in the same manner, amined in 1878 was a lare cavity un- and their faces turned upward with a except one, which was buried in sita der a cllIT of rock which was about thin stone under their head. These ' ting position. eighteen by twenty feet. From the stones bore no marks of workmanship. There were six or seven state geoloroofing to the bottom was fourteen They were about one and a half inches gists examined these bones. I put the feet. This place was almost filled with and of a different strata from any rock queries to them of whom were they bodies of a race of people of whose hab- found in that locality. What the bodies descendants and what became of the its, color or what time they Inhabited were covered with, could not conject- race. Also at what period of the world's this portion of our continent history ure, as there were but ashes and char- history were they placed here. Three tehs but little. The Indians in their coal and some trinkets used for ornaagreed they were a portion of traditions (unwritten history) explain ments probably, for the holes drilled lost tribes of Israel and came tothe ten Amerithat those had passed away boforc through them seemed to be worn very ca by crossing Dehrlng Strait on ice, their :nceston came and the mounds much, they were made from Hint, thence to the Great Lakes and we trace which represent animals and reptiles stone, coal, musselshells and a kiud of them through New York, Pennsylvawere supposed to be used in worship earthenware, all of which seemed to nia, Ohio, Indiana and part of Kenand others for dofense. These curious bo broken and were mixed in with the tucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and into specimens of an ancient people feemed bodies. Ttxas, and are living in Mexico and size of many large trees growby the The skulU were very smooth show- Central America, known as tho Aztecs ing upon them and other evidence to ing no seams which proves them to be and Toltecs. How long they have been have been here many years before the very old Also their teeth though worn buried here cannot be satisfactorily discovery of America. These were un- almost even with their jaws there were answered. Several geologists placed it doubtedly the race of people which no decayed teeth and none missing. at 2,000 years ago. made tools out of Hint, stone axes and Their hair which seemed coarse and which we find scat black was tied close to the head in tho many other utensils There's nothing so good for sore tered over the country. middle and at the end with what apIn one cavoru, Prof. N. L. Shaler, peared to be deer sinews. Their hair throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric OIL state geoligist at that time, and I found was the same length about one foot and Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any where they had manufactured arrow the roll about one inch in diameter pain in any heads and flint daggers, their weapons and when ilrst taken from the excavanf offense and defense, many perfect in tion could be handled, but when exHARNED construction of which I have many yet posed to the air would crumble to fine my possession, and the spalls of black dust The ornaments of shells in flint were scattered thickly about In would also dissolve in exposure to air. Mutt Pay up, of Itvlngtdn, Was In our I carefully noted the many bones .of the room first mentioned discovered in I found, after taking out several the arms, legs, hips and ribs and I nev- towu lust week calling on friends, 1878 P. K. Payne and wife were the guests bodios, a stone about the size of a bar er found any broken and healed which rel. It was In the center of the cavern would have made them larger and of Mrs. Jas. Kuott Wednesday. I did not discover how deep in tno rough They certainly were a quiet, Crawford Iieauchnnip spent a few days ground it was placed. It was concave orderly people to have had no broken in Louisville last week. on top about three inches deep and or fractured bones. On examination Mis. Sam Tucker and son, Paul l'us-sel- l, would hold one gallon to the level sur- the bones were found to be much heav spent Wednesday with bet itiothtr, face. This stone was not a master- ier, rougher and stronger than those M'B. W. G. Payne. piece of workmanship, but was worked ot the Ethiopian race. They were but liruce Moorman and Roy liasham on to soma extent with harder stone. little taller than the American people made u business trip to Hardinsburg The bottom of this burial place had with but one exception. Prof. N. L last week. been prepared before It was used bv Shaler measured this skeleton and gavo Tom Gregory mid fumlly have moved scattering rocks about the size of small as his opinion that he was nine feet from this place to their farm near Garapples thickly over it.thcy looked as If tall and from the cavity of the attached field, it is with regret that we lose Mr. lately broken. When a corpse was to muscles that he would have weighed and Mrs, Gregory, be prepared for burial a fire was light' eight or nine hundred pounds. There Lewis Puyue, of near Hardinsburg, d, as there were evidences of this on was one skull which had a curious upright 6tone in the center. The bone on the bones which compose the was here on buBinesa Thursday, the Mn. J. A. Gray is on the sick list. body was laid across the fire face down nose. It was a protuberance which ran The Bones of Our Ancient People 1 The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Go. Hardinsburg, Kentucky B. F. BEARD, President PAUL COMPTON. Cashier M. B. KINCHELOE, A. II. BEARD. Assistant Cashier .Capital $50,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits $22,500 Directors Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, D. S. Richardson, G. W. Beard, C. V. Robertson, M. H. Beard, Paul Compton, B. F. Beard ! I Statement of the condition of THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. at the close of business December 30, 1911 Resources Notes and Bills $288,347.86 Cash in Safe 20,567.68 Cash in Other Banks 53,424.89 Stocks and Bonds 6,051.74 Banking House and Lot 1,800. 00 Other Real Estate 2,013.67 Furniture and Fixtures 400.00 Liabilities Capital Stock paid in $50,000.00 Surplus, earned 20,000.00 pt. Total, $372,605.84 2,529.30 2,500.00 Amoumt due depositors' 297,576.54 Total . $372,605.84 nor-mint- s Undivided Profits Dividend No. 43, 5SSIt W investigation of our twenty-on- o years of banking, the manner in which wo have .treated our natrons and the service wo have civon them. Wo invito tho small nn waII nc tlm l..v .,,.0 1 and have ample means to tako care of tho legitimate needs of botli largo and small. Wo act as auministrator, guuraian, trustee ana in every nauoiary capacity.. Absolute security and accurate painstaking sorvico are tho tho foundation of our business. Those we guarantee to all our patrons. Very respectfully, XXTE invito tho careful attention of tho prudent dopositor to tho details of this statement, to an M. H. BEARD, Vice-Preside- nt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper left Friday K. Payne, tlst church at thin place 4th Sunday la for Webster, where they will visit her! j. A Gray has moved his family to this month. The preaching will be parentf, Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield by Bros. Oldham, of near Ferds-villtheir new home, he purchased from N. G. Cuudiff, of Hardin coaaty, J. A. Gray and Sheriie IUshutu were James N, Payne on Railroad street I11 Hardinsburg Thursday Marion Bmyth, of West View, came M.L. Dyer, of Hardinsburg. Everybody con-duct- e, Misses Isulelle Moorman aud Mayaie out Saturday oh business. Pile spent Sunday the gutti ot Mrs. P. AUaloa meeting will bagiu at tke l4p cordially invited to come share la this Meeting. aad ft a jiV.