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NEW LAW In Full Control FIRM and for successful practice before judge of Legislature Governor McCreary Pusning His Pro gram Right Along. 1TRONG POLITICAL ADVANTAGE Frankfort, Ky., Feb. fi. Not since tho session of 1904, when Gov. neck- ham was In complete control of tho legislature and was able to put through anything he wanted, has a governor been so completely tho master jot tho legislature situation as Is Go". James H. McCreary at tho present Beyslon of the general assembly. Ho occupies tho position for various reasons, some of them political, but his greatest strength lies In the fact that the Democratic party stands committed to certain things and those things are what tho governor recommended for enactment into law. That tho governor and his friends are able to pass any bill on which they set their hearts, is generally conceded now that thf county unit bill has been passed In both houses. It was conceded that tho county unit bill 'would be the hardest knot to unravel, and if that bill could bo passed with so much ease it is believed that the administration now will bo able to get through every measure which is on tho program. And it was not a simple program that the governor set out toi perform. IIo laid out for himself a hard task when ho recommended tho passage of some of tho measures which were In his message to the general assembly. In spite of this, there was racing and chasing on last Wednesday when the senate seemed about to tako up tho bill providing for the election of prison commissioners by districts, rather than have them appointed by the governor. Tho administration's plan is to have tho governor make the appointments and It is really the governor's pet measure. lie Is out after the scalp of Eli II. Brown, chairman of tho commission and It looks like he may be able to get it. However, on this Wednesday, judging from the agitation displayed by the administration forces, the voters were In doubt on tho prison bill. Senator Graham has a bill providing for the election of the prison commissioners. Without warning he asked that the bill bo called from the hands of tho committee and considered. Evidently tho administration was not ready for a vote on ihe bill that day, for a filibuster was started and everybody grew excited. "Another bill, tho Eaton primary act. had been set as a special order for eleven o'clock that day arid the administration forces began to talk so as to use up tho time until the special order arrived. They succeeded. But this has started speculation as to how the senators will lino up. Tho board plan for the management of the prisons does not appeal very strongly to tho Democrats, even some of those who are favorable to the administration bll, and it is going to take some work to lino up enough voters In the senate to put through the plan of having two Democrats and two Republicans on the commission. Conflicting statements aro made by the leaders on tho two sides. Tho administration men say they will be able board bill when-ove- r to pass the comes to a test. They say that it they havo enough votes now, and are ready for the issue at any time. The other side say that no board bill will bo passed; that tho bill most likely to go through Is a bill giving tho governor tho power to name three commissioners, without any restriction regarding party. This bill probably will be the one on which tho friends of tho present prison commission will agree. Tho lobby of tho Capitol hotel is tho placo whore everything happens and whoro tho Informal caucuses aro held by tho members. It Is whoro the "lobbyists" work, too, as they havo beon excluded from tho lloor of tho two houses. Judge Robert L. Stout, of this judicial district was standing Jn tho lobby tho other day when a member asked him If a certain person' had been seen thero In tho last few minutes. Judge Stout replied: "I havo not seen that particular person, but I bollovo ho Is tho only man la Frankfort I havo not seen hero this afternoon. I am also confident that it I stayed here Jong enough, I oould seen him and everybody olse, not only in Frankfort, but In tho state." Kentucky Is going to havo tho nominees of both political parties, In state. eouBty and city races, selected at the expenses to be born by Um state, so that Uie poor man will have m good a chance aa the rich man, o far as entrance fees are concerned. oU. tine coBTAjiUoq is to be a -prl-marl- J Moorman & Mall U the llrm name of a new partnership that will rank with the strongest from Its Inception. The partners are Judge Ilonry DcHnven Moorman and Hon. W. Sherman Hall, both actlvc,lnlluential nnd progressive, with Influential family relations, their wide personal acquaintance, and en joying the popularity thev do, their piospects are unusually bright. They are agrcssive and ambitious, and have established names for Integrity, astuteness and fairness. Before settling in Ilardinsburg Judge thing of the past and not another con- Moorman was,for some time.assoclated vention will lie lirM in Kentucky, ex- with Miller & Todd, one of the leading cept to select dele- ntos to tho national law firms of Owcnsboro. Besides his conventions of both parties. Both ten years of active practice in Hard- houses of tho legislature have passed tho compulsory stnto nrlmnry bills, and It only romr.lns now for the house nnd senate to agree on tho bills. Thoy aro almost similar but arc not identical, and one houso must accept the bill offered by tho other, before any bill can go to tho governor. Tho new law will give the pcoplo a chance to t 'V select their omcors, at a primary, but at the same time will permit any body to run for office, by simply asking that his name be put on tho ballot. Primaries, as now hold, In each political party, are costly affairs, and tho entrance fee that has to be put up by each candidate Is so much, usually, that only a man with money has a chance to enter. Tho feo In tho raco for United States senator, for Instance, " In tho last Democratic primary was $2,500 for each of the two candidates. ' Under the new law a man will be able and jury. Mr Hall's acquaintance ana popularity are much moro than local, he having, for fifteen years, been n forcoful factor in county nnd ovon State politics. Circuit court clerk of his imtivo county, Breckinridge, for six ye us, hn applied himself to the study of law throughout his term, lie wms assistant secretnry of Stiite, under Dr. Hen L, Hruner, of the la;t State administration, mid re signo'l his position to accept the of Hirdinsburg and engage In the practice of law. Three years ngo in Frankfort he passed an exunimition nnd was admitted to prHCtico law. In connection with his other dutlos he studied law nil the while he whs in Frankfort. On the 15 inst they will; move Into their hnndsotna new suite of rooms in post-masters- OYAL Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more BAKING POWDER appetizing and wholesome ! . jMBri HHlfi'' The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar - nBMI;ri; WmkW W$;i -- mgn ( '.'!:", "- Continued on page 4 Vwf .k''. - k"j Lena May Makes Special Trip For P. H. Canary And Son Thursday. II. Canary was in Cloverport Thursday delivering his tobacco, of which he had 20,000 pounds. The "Lena May" made a special trip to bring it down the river. Mr Canary left Breckenridge connty twenty-thre- e vears ago and returned last year from Henderson and bought the Sam Dix farm, near Amnions. He is healthy, prosperous and fortunate, for he has a grown up son, who is farming with him. P. H. Canary, Jr , is just out of college and is well equipped to make as good a farmer as his father. P. jl HARDINSBURG Circuit court begins next Monday with a lighter docket than usual, there being about half the number of appear ances that the October term had. Some of the biggest suits are: McKinley Lyon vs. the L. H. & St. L R'y., for $20,00(1 jMK9: JHiMn damages for injuries received while in tho service of the Company, v.s. Cloverport Foundry & Machine-Co- . Fred Rounds nnd Samuel Jesse, of Owensboro, for $5,CS0, alledged to be due on the "Golden Girl", a boat built by the plaintiffs; Mrs. Anna Belle Crawford, of Stephensport, vs. John S. Adair and the American Surety Co., of New York, for upwards of $3,500. Hon. Gus Brown, State Senator, and hw son, Murray, who has a good posi- IIknky DkIIavkn Moorman They tho Farmers' Hink building. will be immediately over tho postolnce, which will also move into this building. Judge Moormtn's line library will be but a part of whut the llrm will havo as Mr. Hill is purchasing several hundred dollars worth of new books. Indeed, nothing outside city Uw offices will ll their equipment in this direction. They will hayo stenographer in the office the ye tr round, and will ever be ready to servo their friends and clients with efficiency and dispatch. ex-ce- insburg, he has twice served as city attorney, was three years master commissioner of Breckinridge county, and was four years county judge. His being the youngest man ever elected to a Kentucky judgeship Is an argument for his ability, when it is remembered that he served with great credit to him self and the great county that elected WELL KNOWN COUPLE him. Since retiring from office the MARRIED HERE WEDNESDAY judge has built up a lucrative practice and enjoys an unexcelled reputation tor professional fairness, for franknes clients, George E. Drury, of Memphis, and with his clients and would-bMiss Mary E. Richardson, of Vine Grove, were married Wednesday morning by Rev. C. A. Humphrey at his STATE PRESS. parlors in this city. The wedding came as a surprise to the many friends nnd Rule Works Both Way. relatives of the parties. The bride has resided with her aunt, Mrs. Lucy "King Billy" insisted that Collector Richardson, and was one of the most Sherman Cooper should be removed popular and esteemed girls of the from office for political activity, and town. Mr. Drury is formerly from then declared that if Collector Galvin and is in the employment of could deliver the Sixth district to Talt News the I. C. R. R. The he would have him reappointed. Senator doubtless believes that it is KNIGHTS' OF PYTHIAS poor rule that won't work both ways. One man Is removed for political activBANQUET AND SHOW ity while another holding a like position is retained because of his political acThe annual banquet of the K. of P. tivity. "King Billy" is notning If not Lodge, of thiscity, will be held at the inconsistent. London Echo. Cloverport .Opera House on. the evening ooo of Thursday7Feb. 2?. Motion pictures Don't Believe In Snap Primaries. of "Damon and Pythias" will be given All in connection with the banquet. "If Mr. Cantrill is nominated for members and their families, as well as Congress In the 'snap primary' on all visiting members, are cordially in March I6th, the Sun will not support vited. Chas. May, Sr., M. Weather him. holt, W. A. RofT, Committee. "If the snap primary Is called off and In a later primary he should be nominated, the Sun will not support him. City Dads' Meeting "If the snap primary U held and other Democrats are contesting the The city council met in its regular nomination with Mr. Cantrill the Sun session Monday night, Mayor Barry editors will demand the right to vote presiding. All the newly elected mem- on the ground that they are known bers were present, including Yeager, Democrats in good standing and will who was absent the first meeting in pledge themselves to support any other nominee but Mr. Cantrill. If they learn January. A number of clulms were the claim of the gas company that they will be refused permission at for the past month was rejected. This the polls to vote on these terns, they claim was for furnishing street lights, will not vote at all. Woodford Sun. but the council members said they had ooo no stree lights during the month of Watch Bradley's Men. January, and on motion of one of the There Is going to be a compulsory members the claim was rejected. Tho gas primary law In Kentucky, no matter members declured, that unless the company could furnish satisfactory whose name it bears. Push It, gentlemen of the general Assembly. And lights they must be eliminated. watch Senator Bradley's henchmen D. H. Severs executed bond as city Longley, Wilson and Petty who are tax collector, and was sworn in ofllce. snooping around Frankfort trying to The meeting then adjourned. beat this bill. There was never a political boss who was willing to give up Monty For Sheep Claims. any part of his powers to the voters. Couuty Clerk Herbert Beard has re With a compulsory primary Bradley would not dictate the naming of dele ceived the mosey for sheep claims. e gates and party policies, nor could any Democratic boss. The people would have to be consulted and in Kentucky, as in many other states, the season is ripe for consulting the people more and the bosses less. On the Democratic side we do not know of a single man of consequence who is opposing a compulsory primary bill. This is remarkable, but true. But the old Republican will fight it though his agents, to the last ditch. Owens-bor- o Messenger. William O'Connell Dies. William O'Connrll, the grocer died Tuesday at 12:30 p.m., at St. Anthony's Infirmary after a brief illness. He had been in business on 7th JB Hill for eighteen years and for the last three years has had a branch store at High street. He Is survived by a widow, five sons Burial from and one daughter. Keenans' Parlor, 12th & Market, Sunday at 2 p. m., at St Louis cemetery. were: Mr. J. Hofe-licThe Mr. Wm. Reed, Mr. M. Sullivan, Mr. Chas. Speed, Mr. G. Scherry and Mr. Knockton. -- well-known pall-beare- rs h, tion in the State Capitol building through the legislative session, were at home Saturday from Frankfort. The second quarterly conference of the year was held at the M. E. church, South, Monday and Tuesday, with Pre siding Elder Rushing in charge. Quarterly conference will be held at Taylor's Chapel, the M. E. church, next Friday and Saturday. Presiding Elder Creech, will pi each Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Morris Beard and Mrs. J. H. suffering Pile are among the shut-infrom rheumatism. The Board of Education held its session at the High School Building Friday morning, transacting business with rapidity until twelve, when they were entertained to dinner at the building by Mr. and Mrs. Whitworth, Supt. and Mrs. Driskell, Mr. and Mrs. Maxey.Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard and Mr. nnd Mrs. Pile. At one o'clock the High School Literary Society met and rendered an excellent program, the Board and many visitors from town being present. The Board ncted ns judges tor the debate. The question was resolved that Agriculture should be taught in the Public Schools and in the High Schools. The affirmative won. s, Supt. Driskell left Monday for Bowling Green, where he will remain until Friday in attendance nt the Annual Convocation of Superintendents of the Western Kentucky Division. The Superintendents of counties meet there, while the Superintendents of the t remaining counties, composing the Eastern Division, arc this week in session at Richmond. John Marshall has bought H. J. Rob-enstock of groceries and will take possession of the business the 20th of this month. Postmaster W. S. Ball informs us that he will move the into the new bank building this week or next. For nineteen years the office has been in its present location. Its beautiful new quarters on Court Square are only a few yards from the present location, and will be nicely accessible to everyfifty-on- e sixty-eighs post-office body. Mr. Diiskell informs us that the prospects are good for the school that is to open the Kith. We are informed that the teaching will be done by examiner Aithur Ater, of Lodiburg and by Supt. Driskell, of Ilardinsburg. Dr. Shepard, of the M. E. church, filled Rev. Dyer's pulpit at the M. E. church South Sunday morning in the absence of Rev. Dyer, who is helping conduct a successful meeting at Harned. Listed As Chief Creditors of R. N. Goodloe, Who Goes Into Bankruptcy. Lychburg, Va., Feb. 5. A voluntary petition in bankruutcy was filed in the Federal Court here by Robert N. Goodloe, of Afton, in which the liabilities are shown to be $59,34q.85, without any assets being scheduled. Nearly all of the creditors listed are banks in the State of Kentucky, these banks being surety for John J. Mcllenry, whose address is not included in the petition. The principal creditors are: Two State Bank, Stephensport, Ky., $800 Y.S.National, Owensboro, Ky., $700; Owsley County Deposit Bank, Boone- ville, Ky., $1,000; Bank of Hlndman. Hlndman Ky., $800; City National, Paducah, Ky., $1,000; Carrollton National, Carrollton, Ky., $1,000; Citizens' Bank & Trust Company, Middles-borKy., $700; Bank of Hlndman, Hlndman, Ky., $1,000; First National, Eddyville, Ky $800; First National. Loudon, Ky., $2,000; East Bernstadt Banking Company, East Bernstadt, Ky., $1,045; First National, Hazard, Ky., $800; R. E. Wood, Louisville, Ky., $800; Bank of Kirkmansville, Ky., $775; Union Bank, Whltesburg, Ky., $750; Farmers and Traders' Bank, Camden, Ky., $2,300; Menifee Deposit Bank, Frenchburg, Ky., $100; Southern National, of LouisCommercial Bank, of ville, $10,300; Dawson, Ky., $2,000; Rough River Bank, Falls Rough, Ky., $1,200; National Bank, Beattyville, Ky., $2,300; First e National, of lackson, Ky., $100; Hornby, of Louisville, $900; Farmers' Bank, Frankfort, Ky.. $1,000; Pikeville National, Pikevllle, Ky., (no amount given); Bank of Hartford, Ky., $3,275. o, Hor-tens- Mrs. Annie Ryan, of Louisville, has moved Into the Harvey Wood property. Beard Bros, shipped two car loads of fat cattle the first of the week. They will soon ship another car load, all of which they have been feeding for some time. The Board of Education ordered that all censuses be taken and put in the hands of the Sunt, or in the hands ot the Division Chairman before the second Saturday In April, when the Board will meet to arrange for transfers, ad justing small districts, etc. Mrs. Geo. W. Evans will soon leave for a few weeks study of the latest in millinery, preparatory to opening a millinery store, which will probably be in the present post oflico building. Miss Whlttinghill. of Fordsville, has accepted apposition as stenographer with Mercer & Mercer. The Eighth Grade pupils on tho Roll of Honor for the last month stand inthisor4er: Grover Gregory, Robert Has well, Hewitt Gibson, Morris Kinch-eloPaul Chambllss, Samuel and William Evans, Laura Watliugton and Thomas Whitfiil. Marriage license was issued Saturday to Clarence Pate to wed Miss Nannie Amnions on Monday, February 5. e, Warfield Hendrick For Woodrow Wilson. Dear Mr. Babbage: I saw in the News whore you wanted the Democrats to write whom they want for President. I am for Wilson. Warfield Hendrick, Clover Creek. Kirk-mansvil- le, Goes To Tennessee. A. B. Suter, formerly of Irvingtou aud Custar, has gone to Adams, Teun,, to accept the position as Cashier of the Building At McDaniels. Bank of Adams which is the consolidation of the Planters Bank and Trust Logan Hlckerson, one of the county's Sylvester GlasBock and Jim Spencer Company and the Bank of Adams. Mr. progressive teachers left Monday for are building a flour still at McDaniels Suter organized the former bank. He Is Bowling Green, where he will further It wilt have a corn crusher and planing an efficient banker and will, no doubt, mill in coanectiou. (equip fer teaching. meet with success in his new fields. ! V 4. WILSON, OWEN & CO's. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! DON'T F7VIL TO VISIT Wed. Feb. 7fh THERE Which will begin at GLEN DEAN, KY., on and continuing through Sat. Feb. 17th enormous reductions. We aim to keep a full line of seasonable merchandise at all times, hence at present our different departments are cramming full of choice values. However, these goods must be sacrificed in order to make room for our New Spring Goods, which will begin to arrive soon. Read all prices quoted herein carefully, as every one means a great saving. At these prices it will pay you to buy your needs for many months in the future, as it will be many a long day before you will hear of such prices. Hurry! Hurry!! Hurry!!! as goods quoted at the following prices will not last long. will be ten days of fast and furious selling of goods, the like of which this country'has never seen. Prices on all lines will be torn Cost will not be considered during this sale. Our policy is not to carry goods over from one season to another, hence our Do Not Fail to Read Our Specials! For in them you will find the cream of Bargains. Be sureto get one of our large sale bills, each of which are numbered, and bring it to our store in person so you can get in on the FREE GOODS Ladies Furnishings Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Faclnators valued nt The 25c and .'!5c tfarmeuts In L.adies'underwear, at 25, 35, .ri0,$l, at big reductions All our regular 50c Garments; these are exceptionally yood values, ana inciuaes rest 01 ranis ana union aum, u. Special For Wednesday, Feb. 7 39C Beginning nt 10 a. m., wc will sell 10 bars QCn Clean Easy or Lenox soap for ZOu Only 10 bars to a customer. None sold t- children. - Gent's Furnishings Sweaters Ono lot mens heavy sweaters, assorted sizes and colors, new, fresh, clean, good, extra well made. Values from 50 to 75 cents. Your choice while thev nft- last. Only .. Mens heavy work shirts, extra strong made, new patterns, exceptional values at regular price. Now you can buy tho $1.00 grade at 79 cents and the 50 nft 19c Ladies' Furs i Special For Thursday, Feb. 8 Beginning at 10 a. m., wo will soil 3 puirs 4 ftp Indies 10c black hose for only Uu Positivels u first class stocking. None sold to children. hv.4A34f if They must go look ar. thc-- o prices, judge for your- whether we mean to give you oargains $2.50 Furs to cloc $5.00 Furs to close 00 CR $1,25 :it . ut OZiUU $1.25 Furs to close nt Wo 62V2G . 1 'if lionniiftil lino of OruhS Goods, bur cverv- fliincr (rins fit. nnnrmmiW rprllli'.tions lllld WO ClinDOl sliirllt this Tine. Our 50c. line cousistinsr of all the new novelties 10c. Die.-- s Ginghams 0- in a biir assortment nn Ob to goat of colors, to goal . JJU 12ic. DrocS Ginghams Q- 15c. Dress Ginghams 4 n i Dress Goods Special For Friday, Feb. 9. Beginning at 10 a. m., we will sell 5 pounds home keg soda for This is tho best wo can buj None sold to f rr ii 0b wW4K r to go at to j,ro at Mb Ladies' Cloaks and Suits JU Special For Saturday, Feb. 10 Biir assortment, new up to date patterns and styles and prices awfully low. Any Ladies' $15 Suit or $6.48 $8.98 Cloak, at UK flQ Ladies' $5 Suit or Ladies' $7 5O Suit or $2.98 M.tJO Cloak, at Cloak, at Ladies' $!J Suit or C1 0Q Cloak, at Jl.uO Bcjrjnninjr ut 10 a. m., wo will sell 2 spools rn Chirks O. N. T. thread for Ob Onty two to a customer. None sold to children. 'IS.?: Special For Monday, Feb. Ion tin 12 P- cent.ones at. qJJJJ Mens heavy underwear, the best one wo could buy to retail at 50 cents, nicely finished and is cut full as- - nn. sorted sizes. While they last JjJQ Mens' heavy wool sox like mother used to knit, made extra stout, made of clean smooth yarn arid are A shaped to lit the foot. While tbey last at Jj C Extra special One lot of mens' black and fancy sox, brand new, beautiful patterns, worth 15 cents will 4 a now be sacrificed at (J Mens' cotton gloves sold everywhere at 10c, good stout ones while they last at 6c a pair. Buy a bunch to last you a whilo at this price. Mens' tics Some beauties. Values up to 35c. Your choice for 21c. Nifty goods. Boys get in on this deal. Mens' 25c suspenders, beautiful patterns, stout webbings, only lO.cents. The 15 cent grade only Z. JJC 4. bucket for Positively first quality. Beginning at 10 a. m.,"wo will sell a .' gal- - 0b - None sold to children. Sundry Specials Counterpanes ftQn worth .$1.25,at90b Children's Hats A Children's Toques 1 0n UU worth 50c, at worth 25 and 35c to goat liJC Children's Sweaters 4 ft- - Pretty rugs worth flo to close at worth up to 35c, at Bed Blankets to Q (M "IT Bed Blankets worth $2.00, at 0 I iHO worth $2.50 at 1110 0 Bed Blankets worth $1.50 to go C4 1 ft Ladies' $1.50 Waists to olo'-- c Mens' Sunday shirts Nobby patterns, made by one or tne best makers in tho U. b. Every garment warrant- ea to do cut full in every particular. Shirts in this lot worth up to 75c; your choice 42c at 01 OlilO 1C (n Special For Tuesday, Feb. 13 Mens' Clothing Evoryth'ngin the clothing lino will be sacrificed. Peoplo tell us that our clothing prices are tho lowest to be found anywhere. What will they say when thoy see these prices. Mens' and Boys' overcoats worth up to $7.50 to be closed out at only $2.50. Whoever heard of such values. As we told you our policy is not to carry over anv hoavy goods, honco theso rediculous prices. Mens' suits, all wool, well made, nicely trimmed, beautiful patterns positively worth $10 for ft $7.50. The 7.50 grades will bo closed at...... 54iSlo Mens' Overalls worth Si. 10, such famous brands as Carhart, Duck Head and Fast Limited brands, to ; JJJIQ So at Tho above items givo you only a faint idea of tho reductions in our clothing department. uB jb $1-2- 5 Beginning at 10 a. in., we will sell three 1 ft Ub pairs mens' heavy grey 10c sox for Just think 3 pair for 10 cents, good heavy ones too. Only three pair to a customer. None sold to children. at 0 11 I U Special For Wednesday Feb. Beginning at 10 a. ra., wo will sell 15 pounds common barrel salt for None sold to children. 14 Ob n Hen's and Ladies' Shoes Everything in this lino to go at greatly reduced prices. Shoes worth $3.50 flft Mn fchoes worth $2. 50 dM to go at to go at OlilO Shoes worth $1.25 Shoes worth $1.75 CM Oft 93c to go at OmOj logout r Oi0 yr Special for Thursday, Feb. children. 15 Laces and Embroideries Buy now and save big money in this line. Pretty patterns, now neat designs. Look ut those prices and decide us to whether it's to your interest to invest now. 25c. Beginning at 10 a. in., wo will sell 10 J1A yards Hoosier Cotton at J yZo Only 10 yurds to a customer and none sold to Mens' Odd Coats And Vests. All wool, well made in a big assortment of patterns to bo closed out at only 75 conts. Think of it, only 75 cents for an all wool coat and vest. To be closed at Great Reduc ,tion. Hats worth $2,50, at Embroideries and 19c 20c. Embroideries and Laces at Laces at 10c. Embroideries and ISc. Euibrolderlos .'.I1! 11c Laces at Laces at 8'tjC. Embroideries and 61c Laces at 15c 8c Special for Friday Feb. boxes to u customor and none sold to children. 16 Beginning at 10 a. m., wo will sell 5 boxes 10c of matches for These are best quality and 1000 in a box. Only 5 Men's Hats and Caps 98c Some Caps worth 50c ac 25c r ;j Hoosier Cotton Genuine Cannolton Hoosier, full 3G inches wide, worth 0 to 7 cents per yard, sale price Mi&n 41 por yard Zb Special for Saturday Feb. proof coal oil per gal Beginning at 10 a. m., wo will sell best fire Not over 5 gallons to a customor. children. 17 y- for $1.00 to customers, buying $5.00 or over from us during this sale. 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar Roasted Coffee - None sold to j Positively tho best 25c. Coffoo to bo had. to go during this mighty sale at si LQDIBURG ITEMS NOTES ANDJEWS something for a town boy In the field c( Breckenrldge. The News congratulates the young man nnd hopes to see him climb higher in his life on the farm. Any boy can do this who hns the grit and the get up that Malcolm in business and experiments with his land, Burton-RoberRaymond his feeding cattle,hogs, nnd horses. He F. Hardin For says ho has had bplendid results recentWedding-- B. ly from feeding his milch cow. His Woodrow Wilson. daily ration Is two pounds cotton seed pounds shelled meal, one nnd NEW ASSISTANT POSTMASTER corn and four pounds of clover hay. d With this rntion his cow gained In milk In three weeks. He churn Born to the wife of William Allen ed three gallons of milk and made four Jan. 2., a girl. Mr. Abe Roborts and Miss Georgia pounds of butter. Burton, both of Mystic, wero united in 4&S G&054m&Z&4Z&S iE4S the Holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and JUST A MINUTE Mrs. Will Burton. Rev. Gatlen ofllcl-atc- ji ny sum ivuuu a Burial of Mrs. Baysinger And W K. Hall, of Webster, N a proMrs. Ed. Troutman Held At gressive young farmer. He studies his has Stops Neuralgia Pains Sloan's Liniment has a soothing effect on the nerves. It stops neuralgia and sciatica pains in- Come o Louisville We Will REBATE 5 PER CENT of your To- tal Purchases up to the amount of your - fs one-hal- f stantly. round trip railroad fare This not only saves you the cost of your traveling expenses, but it also 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 one-thir- Here's Proof relieved me of Neuralgia. Those palm hare all cone and I can truly say your Liniment old atop them." Mr.Andrew F. Lear of CO Oav Street, 1 have Cumberland. Mil., write tiled Sloan' Liniment for Neuralgia It very much." and I certainly do praUe Mrt.C M. Dowkerot Johanntjbore, Mich., write I " JlonT Liniment Is the bel medicine In the world. It hat t'1 d. I Mrs. Salltc Cashman and daughter, Miss Nell, were visiting in Louisville last week Henry Payne and wife, of Texas, were guests of relatives in this neighborhood last week. Mrs. Polly Argabrlght, who has been visiting her brother, G. G. Dowoll, of near Hardlnsburg, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson visited their daughter, Mrs. C. W. Bandy, of Frymirc, last Sunday CI do Robertson's school at Walnut Oroe has closed. Clyde taught us a gooo school. A. M. Hardin was at Hardlnsburg Sun-da- recently. Miss. Mary Noble, of Cloverport, was Che guest of Miss Annie Keys last Miss Myrl Basham has been swqrn In Carnegie Hero. A few years ago the free coinage of silver was advocated by many, and now it is the free and unlimited use of dynamite on the farm to loosen up the soil. The other day a fellow came tearing over the hill and shouting to every one to run for their lives, as Sherman and his army were just out of town. After quite a little excitement, he was told that it wasonly enterprising farm ers digging sassafras root with dynamite. Game of all kinds is protected by the law; why not the sassafras patch? It Is scarce, in old Breckenrldge any way If the farmers persist In blowing and .persimmon and up the sassafras patches; where will poor bun-nl- c go for safety? A sink-holes SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At all dealers. Prlco2Sc.,50c.and$I.OO Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poul try sent iree. Address Sloan'ibookon Dr. Earl S. Sloan jf Boston, Mat. fctgffj irsr. 000 No Cussing Allowed. gJjHMMMBM.W.l.li1, DRY GOODS FURNITURE FOOTWEAR CARPETS ! MILLINERY READY-T- O WEAR, HOUSE FURNISHINGS Cloverport has been '"locked" to the Let the Democrats nominate Wilson, of N. J., for President. Then the Re- outside world for many years, and now publicans may trot out Roosevelt or sho is about to be "damned" by a comTaft. We care not which, either one mittee of our best citizens. will get lost in the fog! as assistant Postmistress at Lodiburg. l..KE No "Boss" Watterson. (St. Louis Republic.) be a dilllcult I 000 Bacon a sons m INCORPORATED r 5" Dealing In Futures. This is the season of the year when With all the waste land lying around mothers feel very much concerned over the frequent colds contracted by their Cloverport, why don't some farmer children, and have abundant reason for plant him out a fig orchard? The stylo it as every cold weakens the lungs, of women's apparel is rapidly going lowers the vitality and paves the way back to the Garden of Eden fashicm for the more serious diseases that so and when it reaches that stage, he could often follow. Chamberlain's Cough corner the market on dress goods. A Remedy is famous for Its cures, and Is 'dress pattern from a fig tree could pleasant and safe to take. For sale by reasonably be sold at live dollars, besides he could fatten his hogs on the all dealers. fruit. There are more ways of making money on the farm than raising tobacco. It is going to matter for I ll,il (li PICKED & Chas. Reidel, Thos UP 000 Rubbing It In On The "400." Col. Edward Green, of Texas, and a son of Hettie Green, of Now York, says: "If a fashionable New York woman went up Fifth avenue with a ring in her nose the jewelers could not supply nose rings fast enough to supply the demand. They want to peacock around the theaters and restaurants so as to be seen by men not their husbands " You are right Colonel. And when her poodle dog falls to recognize her.or dies from disgust, she hunts up something resembling half man and half monkey and marries it for a short time only. Flood and James Dejarnette, Holt, were at Hardlnsburg Monday pleading before the Board of Supervisors for a square deal In their asse ameuts. They say it Is one of the squarest boards the county has. had in many years. Their fellow feeling is wondrous strong, all of which the News can testify to. We had a little experience ourselves and can say it was altogether pleasant whether we stand or fill in the out come. Tony King, of Irvington, bought last week Malcolm O' Bryan's farm of 00 acres near Jolly Station for 1,600. Mr. jO'Bryan bought this farm last year for $1,200. He raised ?600 worth of tobacco besides his living, making for him self a clear profit of flO Ofor this year's work. Malcolm is a Cloverport boy, worked here for years, jobbing around at first one thing and another till he finally hired himself to the country, got married and his work shows that there the people to take the highly inflated Mr. Watterson as seriously as he does himself His final statement rehtlve to Gov. Wilson is probably the strangest compound of egotism, rancor and folly that our political history affords. As to the character of the "evidence" which he claims to have against Gov. Wilson, but which he valiantly refused to produce, we, of course, can have no knowledge, but the evidence that Mr. Watterson has given against himself as a disappointed agent of Thomas F. Ryan, of the Traction and Tobacco Trust3, is as conclusive as anybody could wish. The trouble with Woodrow Wilson ap pears to have been that as a man he could not endure the bosslsm of Henry Watterson. We do not believe that the Democratic party as a whole will be any more patient. For a sprain you will find Chamber Iain's Liniment excellent. It allays the pain, removes the soreness, and soon re stores the parts to a healthy condition. 2.5 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all dealers. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dcnlinp. Parsed tbioul three pimies aiid paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. 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Ills application to tho Carnegie Foundation for the teacher's pension to which his educational services might well entitle him was dug out of the files and published in an amiable but mistaken belief that it would discredit him. A little later his private letter to a former friend was given currency, with an intention of making trouble at the psychological moment between himself and Mr. Bryan. Both the application and the letter would ordinarily have been considered confidential; and this willingness to injure the Governor by sneaking means indi- Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day an3 night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . Subrcribe .Shorthand .ICapiil Calculation. r $ - X a Are You O woman .llookkccpiug. .Typewriting. .Civil Service. .Commercial law. .Arithmetic. . .Spelling. . .English. . .Grammar. , .1'eniiiaiisliip. .Commercial Geography. .Heading. .Hanking, Commerce. . Punctuation. . Use of Adding Machine and other olllco devices. Namo .. Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." Claude Morcer, a large, walnut desk, sent to him by the widow of the lato Senator William Lindsay, ot Frankfort, Ky. The desk Is large and very line, every piece of wood about it being solid walnut, even the bottom and sides of the many drawers aro walnut. It will be recalled that Mr. Mercer was with he late Senator Lindsay for over six years, while Judge Lindsay was one of the United States Senators from Kentucky, at Washington. Tho desk was purchased by Judge Lindsay in 1878, when he was Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, and was used by him continuously from then till his death, which occurred in October, lolO, at Frankfort, Ky. Senator Lindsay was one of the great lawyers of modern times, and this gift from his widow Is duly appreciated by Mr. Merqer, The warmest friendship has continued between Mr. Mercer and the late Senator, and his family since his death, ho has been and Is one of the legal advisers of Mrs. Lindsay in litigation now pending pertaining to the settlement of. the estate of the late Senator at Frankfort, Ky, E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensb oro', Ky , Cardui The Woman's Tonic BL 1 KS cates that in some quarters he Is re- garded as beyond the pale of respectability. 'Governor Wilson's crime, of course, consists in advocating insurgent or radical political policies. As there is only ono important locality where such policies arc considered criminal, it will not be difficult to locato the quarter whence any sneaking attack upon him conies. It is well settled In American politics that attacks upon any candidate from that quarter are much more helpful than harmful to his candidacy. We hope it Is going to be well settled, also, that dirty politics will always react upon its authors." A TUc Dnr4 Whani iUn lilt utoi tt ucai mi ormnf naiowo aiiuvi Doienc I i Tho best mnuhiriory the country nliords, bundled by h scientilio and practical miller is what produces Lewisport Best Flour Your Grocer has It. Insist upon Getting It. I I 0U Beautiful Present From the Wil- LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky Widow of the Late Senator liam Lindsay, of Frankfort Last week there came to the ofllc of Don't Fall to See Us For Up-to-D- ate Job Work. THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGf, NEWS, Editor and Publisher Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERFORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1912 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each ndditiotml insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt the rato of 10 conts per lino. OBITUA1UES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. notify us. .MOST COURAGEOUS a Christina incident, A mother had made a cako and sent it to her grown .son away from homo. When ho tasted it ho said aloud to himself ih though ho wore n littlo boy again sitting at tho tablo by her: "Mammy, mammy that's good, mammy thats the best cako you over made." Tcatvj filled his oyes his heart oamo up in his throat. His mother was not thoro to hoar him and ho was homo-sick- ! ooo - DID YOU? I ever stop to think that a nice concrete walk around your premises would add twico tho valuo to your property it would cost to put it down? Every day that passes now it is that much nearer Spring tho time to do this work, to build your now homo or barn, or repair and brighten up with a nice fresh coat of paint the ones you already have. TfPlcaso bear in mind that with my stock of .? 4& ooo If it is not correct plcaso DEMOCRAT IjY CONGRESS One of tho ablest and most courageous Democrats in Congress is Ben Johnson, chairman of tho District of Columbia Committee, nnd wo do not supposo thoro is another member of tho House of Representatives so thoroughly hated by tho grafters and Treasury looters, who have for years been looting tho general Government through tho District appropriation bills, as this samo democratic Democrat. Ben Johnson mndc a mmo for himfclf in his native State, serving as a memberof the Legislature. Internal Revenue Collector, Speaker of tho House, Stato Senator, and is now serving his third term in Congress. Ho is in the prime of life, of tall commanding presence, gen-iand cordial to all who meet him, and positivo in his convictions when onco made. That ho has sized up tho situation hero in tho District of Columbia pretty accurately, and has struck tciror in the hearts of these genial grafters who have so long curried things with a high hand is putting it mildly. The brazen ewrontcry of the Republican newspapers of the District of Columbia in making war upon him, even before ho had been named as chairman of tho District Committee, shows to what lengths this band of "best citizens," will go. That thoy have evcrplaycd their hand and found instead of a custom of dinners and social weakling, susceptible to their time-wor- n and willing to do justice functions, an honest courageous to all of the people, inside and outside, of the District of Columbia And tho National has now dawned upon them with terrible force. Democrat trusts that tho real Democrats of tho House will hold up Air. Johnson's hands in his fight for honesty and principle, and not bo led astray by the unjust attacks of the local and designing Republican newspapers of this city. National Democrat, of Washington, D. C. al d, While sitting in tho lobby of Hotel Atkin at Knoxvillo, Tcnn. Mr. Jes- Owen was a witness to tho torriblo tragedy that occured thoro lust Friday night. In writing to his father, Dr. Owen, of this city, ho mid: "I sat down near a young man to read your lottor. Just an I did another young man camo toward tho ono sitting near me with a pistol in his hand. When ho got in about six feet of us, ho tired, hitting tho man sitting near mo in tho chest. Ho said: "Don't shoot me," and started to run. Tho man shot again, killing tho other man instantly. Ho foil a fow feet from mo, then the man who did tho shooting turned around, looked ut mo, doliberatoly placed his pistol against his hoart and fired two bullets through his heart. The pistol wns so close to his clothos thoy caught fire. Ho took his hand and put tho firo out, though shot twico through tho heart ho didn't fall. Then ho put his pistol against his head and blow his brains out. Ho was looking mo square in tho oyes when ho shot him self all three times. Both men fell in a fow feet of mo. I will never forget how tho man looked at me who did tho shooting." Tho Knoxvillo Sentinel says: "Jealousy caused tho killing of C. Cadlo and tho suicide of Philip R. Yow Friday night in the lobby of Hotel Atkin." IN FULL CONTROL "I set my nlarm clock ror" 0 o'clock every morning, nnd tho man who makes my fire comes nt that time, t do not got up us sooon ns I wnko up. as I like to He In bed and think 'or a while before arising.. I get up at 1:30 o'clock every morning and cat 'lreaHast nbout S and then I nm ready o po to my office. Tho governor has not been to bod tntll midnight any night Rlnco ho took ho oath of ofilco as governor for the second time. He says when n mnn reaches his age. the man does not need is much sleep ns a younger one If he slroi-well. Gov. McCreary is like i debutante about Ills receptions, and wants everybody In Kentucky to attend them. He is pleased when tho Towd is largo nnd sees to It that everybody has a good time. The retentions have been more nnd more 'opu'ar and the last ono was so crowd "d that one could hardly move, but "vervbody onjoyul the evening to the "illicit, and nearly everybody stayed fo the last minute. Tho present session of the legislature Is half over, and while some bills havo been pa3ed, really very little work has been done. Not a bill has been sent to the governor for his signature, although that Is not remarkable considering the way previous legislatures have waited until the last minute to get into action. Still, this Wislaturo has been he'd un es a working body. It has been working overtime Introducing bills, and the hopper is "plumb full" as ono of the embers put It. When they rot Into r the stretch, however, and ret in afternoon sessions, soon to bo by night scfslons. there will be nlenty doing. The only lauih that has been heard In the house cano on Thursday, when a bill was Introduced, by Mr. Robertson, of Louisville, defining the limit within which eggs could be kept In cold rtorago and requiring hotels nnd restaurants which servo cold storage eggs to announce this fact In flaming letters s BUILDING MATERIAL and my mechanics I can make you interesting prices on any thing in my lino. A building plan book as long as thov last for tho asking. On all building contracts I furnish frco plans and specifications. I 4! am in The Market to Buy better, Poplar, White and Ked Oak lumber, Bridgo Plank, Railroad Timbers, Piling and Cross Tios. Estimates and prices on application. Correspondence No. 1 common and MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Ky. OFJEGISLATURE Continued from page 1 man-anxi- ous COUNTRY STORE jVOT A'APFWG. The country store and the store of the small town is beginning to The keeper is fast vigorously take hold of "the idea of service". learning thatctqucttc should bo practised in business as well as in the home and social circles. Not many years back the merchant and the clerk of a Miiall storo kept their chairs around tho stove when a customer entered and waited for him to ak for what he wanted. Now tho good clerk makes every effort to ascertain vhat the customer i.s looking for and to serve him as quickly as possible. "The idea of service" should be kept in mind constantly b' the clerk who U anxious to make an eflicient business man of himself. 1 WHAT WE HAVE IJY STORE. The Bteckenridgo News is being favored with some interesting material that will be published soon. S. P. Drury has sent in an article on "Pea Farming". Mrs. . lames Edward Chipps sent an article about a Breckenridge county darkey entitled "The Man Who Broke The Bank". Mis Mary Kennedy, assistant advertising manager for . I. Bacon & Son, has contributed a letter from a Breckenridge county boy in the Navy. POLITICS GRAFT. Sonic of the energy directed to t the game of graft said to bo played by trusty, should he turned to the politicians. Every man knows that politicians are the biggest grafters living. Politics is like an apple that is rotten to tho core, but tho trust has its red and good side. We believe, however, there in a turning point in all things, and wo are hoping for this to come soon in politics. cut-ou- i "The difference between tho organization and tho machine, says Woodrow Wilson, is that tho organization is the systematic of men for a common purpose, while tho machino is a systematic of men for a private purpose.'' This is a very plain way of stating a very plain fact. Governor Wilson is a plain man and his plain way of putting things aro opening tho oyes of tho plain people that ho is a suitable man for President of these United States. Tho rank and lilo of the Republican party in this county aro outspoken for Teddy. They say thoy havo had enough of Taft and his policies. The office-holdand postmasters aro for Taft, save and except Jesse Eskridgo, who is a livo wire for Roosevelt. ers Tomorrow will bo a fateful day for tho children of Irvington, and wo trust that tho graded school will ho given them. to run for senator, If ho wants to, wmr-ou- t having to put up anything, Railroad representatives sprung a surprise on the railroad commission Wednesday night by appearing beforo tho committees on railroads of the two houses and fighting the bill, drawn by Lawrenco Finn, extending tho power of tho railroad commission. Mr. Finn has a letter from Col, Henry L. Stone, chief attorney for tho L, & N. railroad, stating that he would not oppose tho passage of tho bill. Ho said that Mr. Finn was authorized to quote him to that effect In convention with members of tho legislature. Tho L. & N. Is not yet fighting tho bill, so that anybody could take notice, but the other railroads aro making a fight. Tho bill glvps the railroad commission a great deal more power than tho commission now has, and It was a surprise to everybody that tho L. & N. had agreed not to fight the bill. nut all doubt about how tho other railroads would stand was not at rest when the representatives of the railroads appeared beforo the committees and said that thoy were opposed to tho passage of tho bill. They did not do much good with the committee as that body decided to report tho Finn bill with tho recommendation of uie committee, ana the passage through the house and senate. The bill mny have some rough sledding. It Is predicted by Mr. Finn, who Is chairman of the railroad commission, that If tho railroads beat this bill, there will be a campaign next time members of the legislature are elected, with tho railroads ns tho Issue and tho people will send a legislature to Frankfort that Is committed to tho passage of a drastic railroad law, giving the commission power to control. The commission really has no power as it now stands and can do but littlo to relieve the burdens of the shippers. The people thin that tho commission has much great power than it has. Tho most r.v caching bill that has been introilur in tho legislature at tho present islon Is one that 1ms attracted little attention. This bill reguIntoR the liability of employ ers ror accident to employes. It removes contributory negligence as a 'lefpiiHo In civil action for damagee It also provides that assumption of risks can not be plead as a defense In such actions. Tho law applies not on to railroads, but also to all employers of labor and means that the bar would bo thrown down for lawyeis who make a practice of damage suits. It would mean that a man who was Injured, even though by his own fault could still maintain a suit for damages and tho negligence that tho plaintiff was guilty of, would count only In mitigation of damages. The bill was introduced by Representative Wesley V. Perry. The most remarkable thing in Frankfort this winter is Gov. He is working like a man of thirty Instead of seventy-fou- r and has not "turned a hair" since tho session began. Tho governor was talking at tho reception which he gave at tho mansion Tuesday night and outlined his plan of living: y. M&rtvy? 4WlfVUJi do ij n " 9? 99 77 f 4pMMB "ViOim .WWL Vv&WiJ,'":Ji)HF' wc? h s)mMNmmig&&3M,,?msj wlMFMappBIHWRW .-- ;fWHHe earnin&s I in fh Runic Aa will cosTitJ sr hQtxdyjome cjay -- VOKXt - - m hold-'ns- d Are you satisfied with your NET RESULTS of last yenr? 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Her parents 6aid that tho daughter was not a member of tho church and cared littlo for religious services. Their request was that tho funeral services consist of tho reading of a bit of scripturo and tho two songs; "Will There Bo Any Stars In My Crown?" and "No, We write Fire, Lightning and Tor- Not One." Not long ago drifted into tho News office u touching littlo story of ooo "' ooo TShe Breckenridge News Mrs, Herbert Beard re.urned to Hnr-diiihti- rg i ville Thursday. oiie Mt and Mrs, Jesse Beavln have to OAvensboro. The Girls Club meets with Miss Margaret Burn this afternoon. 'Lloyd S. Carter, of Seymore, Iud., was in town yesterday. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot went to Louis- uille Sunday afternoon. 'Mrs. C. W. Davis, of Mystic, Was in rvlngton Saturday. J. T. Daniels, of Chambers, Ky., re turned home Tuesday. John C. larboe and Frank Inglish iwere in Louisville Thursday. S. S. Furrow and wife, of Louisville, were at Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. Tom Watkins returned Siturdny h to her home at St. Joseph, Mo. James Beavin got his eye hurt, but not seriously, at the hops Monday. Miss Lizzie Skillman has returntd home from a short visit in Louisville. Born January 30th to the wife of Pete Ballman a son, James Haffie Sunday afternoon after a visit to Mrs Forrest Lightfoot. WEDNESDAY, KEU. 7, 1912 Notice All persons indebted to me will please call nt once an settle THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORCICN. Mr. J. N. Cordrey. DY THE ADVERTISING Mr. and Mrs. J T. O'Counell and .Mrs Win. O'Reilly attended the funeral t f that you can be robbed as well Win. O'Counell in Louisville. OCNERAL OFFICES nt your property burnt up Marion Wentherholt get two fingers NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Protect yourself and your bu.M-ncs- s on his right hand broken last week. RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES with one of our policies The injuries were received in a ruii-- a way. 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Word has been received here that Mrs is in Bardstown. Dr Hllliarv Iloone Buit Muir Ihb gone to Texas for her Miss Annie Murray lias chickenpox. health. She was accompanied by her Cloverport, Ky. Little Miss Marion Behen lias been ill. son, David Owen Hall. Her mother, Mis. Mrs. Noro Board was here yesterday. Ryan, is visiting relatives in HardinsJ. B. Pierce, of Holt, was in town burg. 'Monday. Mrs. Annie Brashear and daughter, 11 wns borne from Cleve Mias Gense Brashear, lost their home in Dwlgbt Randt the St. James apartmentn that burned land last week. of Madrid, was in Louis- last Sunday morning in Louisville. Tice.McCoy, Their loss was partly covered by insur- Of Called Term Of The Breckin- Don't Forget When 4 1 INSURING $ Wants. I Wanlcd-iMU- I.ES w ANTKD to buy or trndo for a rmlrof uood .Miiiei ii, i'. noit, uy. Valentine Day Wednesday, February 14th The choicest new and staple kinds. We are ready for you with an array of Fancy Conceits, Novelties and Comic Valentines. Our splendid selections will appeal to you, Lace, Embossed, Fancy, Post Cards, Etc. Books as Valentine gifts, Red Hearts, Valentine Stick Tags, Box Novelties easily mailed. Pot Sale liomoor G OODonk llmlifr Innnttli. hoe barnuatterns mm liorvs. In I'Ti'.lniiwn for K. King Irvlngum, Ky. I. .It Por Sale "WO Kour-vcar-o- Jus II. Wltlicrs, Kirk, Ky. For Sale HA 1.1 mule, ono trrsli row Fire, Tornado, Plate troll pair. power stationery Ous Knulnc: Watkins nvikf. in uood ro- IlreckenrldKn Novs, Cloverport, Ky A lf liorse Glass, Fidelity Bonds For Sale It'Kiil blanks. Cloverport, Ky. FOIt SALK-Dco- os, MortRHKi-sundallklix- HrenkcnrldRO News, vlt-ite- For Sale Scholarship In tbo Howling FOU University, pood In any duinrt ment of that University. IlrcckenrldRoNaws, Cloverport, Ky. SAl.E-flcliolarthlp J Cows For Sale Fresh or will bo soon; Jersey nnd common grades; price $30 to $G0. COL. II. J. ClORSUCH. -.- Marion Weatherholt "Let us Show You" - irvlnRton, Ky. WE Always carry a full line J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ance. Harold Murray, one of the popular young men of the town, left Saturday morning for Williamson, W. Vn., where ho accepted a position with the lailroad there. He is greatly missed by the young people here. Murray Pietce, of Muskogee, Okla.f spent a Jew hours here last week with his brother, Robert E. Pierce. Mr. Pierce was calleu to Indiana on business and made Cloverport on hid return home. He is in the Newspaper advertising business, ridge County Fiscal Court, Held At The Court House, Jan. 5 and 6, 1912 At a Fiscal Court, called and held in Vivian Pierce attended the funeral of Mr. Samuel Whitmarsu, who died Tuesday of last week. The burial was held rt Hardin Grove, Ind. He was the father of Mrs. Wallace Pierce. Besides the daughter, he leaves his wife and one son, Prof. Hardin Whltmarsh. Miss Delia Winchell an Wtochd James -ell, of Tobinsport, accompanied their aunt' Mrs. Effie Winchell, with the of her husband, Conrad WinchBall-maell, to Moweaqua, 111., whf-r- the burial took place. Mrs. Winchell's daughter, Miss Glyue Wincnell, asm ner sister, Julia Hudson, came from Moweahas been ill over u Mrs. to return with her. They were at Mrs. James Tague qua .fcweek, suffering from a serious attack of the home of Dr. Forrest Lightfoot while enroute to Illinois last Tuesday. ins e n. Lizzie Geer entertains the Read ing Club tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. James Tague. Rev G E.Morris, of Albany, Okla., has moved to Walter, Okla.' His address is Route No. 3. . ... fttf xienry raie Tne many menus oi iurs. TT are glad to know that she has recovered from a slight illness. Mrs. Keith has returned home from Elizabethtown after a visit to Mr. and rt"5 Mrs. Clarence Keith. ..,,,. Si Hawkins anil son, of Stepheusport, finished delivering 6000 pounds of here yesterday. O to- - returned to Kirk yesterday after a visit to Miss Agnes Crenshaw and Mrs. Simon Beavin. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Montgomery returned lust week from, a delightful visit to relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs. Susan Blair Gilmour, boro, died suddenly at Brandenburg, Pla., Monday afternoon. She was the mother of Mrc James R. Skillman. Mr. Skillman left Monday night to accompany his wife home with the remains of her mother. The funeral will be held in Owensboio. The body will arrive there tomoriow morning. Mrs. R. E, Scroggins and son, Mel-vi- n, U A Patriotic Creed evening, the diners were handed a card which read as fol: lows: "Wo believe in our country tho United States of America. Wo believe in her Constitution, her laws, her institutions and tho principles for which she stands. Wo believe in her future tho past is secure. Wo bolievo in her vast resources, her great possibilities j'es, more, her wonderful certainties. "Wo bolievo in tho Amorican people, their gonius, their brain and their brawn. We believe in their honesty, their integrity and dependability. Wo bolievo that nothing can stand in their way of their commercial advancement and prosperity. "Wo bolievo, that what aro termed 'times of business depression' uro but periods of preparation for greater and moro pronounced commercial successes. "And wo believe that in our country aro being worked out greater problems, tho solution of which will ho for tho benefit of all mankind." Contributed by M. II Heard, of Hank ot Uardinsburj; & Trust Co. At tho banquet of the New York bankers the other Isr m and for Dreckinridtie county at the court house in Hardinsburg, Ky., on the 5th day of Jan , 1012, for the pur pose of receiving or rejecting the now bridge on the river road from Holt to Clovorport.and any other business that may come before tne court. Present, Hon. L. L. Vaggoner,judge of the Breckinridge county Court, with the following justices of tho peace, G. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, Matt P. Payne, D. J. Quiggins and B. A. Whlttinghill; absents. II. Dix. The new bridge over Town Creek being complete according to contract and specifications, let at a former term of this court, of motion of justice G. A. Wright, seconded by justice D.J.Quig-gins- , that same be received and paid for which motion carried, and is made the order of this court. Tne contract price for said bridge being in the sum of $1,405.00, and it appearing that there is in the hands of the Commissioner and Receiver $1,019.. '7 belonging to the ondgefund of Breckinridge county, he is hereby ordered and directed to pay to the Attica Bridge Co. the sum of $1,000.00, and with the consent of said Attica Bridge Co., the balance of $105.00 will be paid at the regular term, 1012. It is moved and seconded that Father Knue be allowed a sum, not exceeding $175.00, to build a derrick for loading gravel at McQuady, which motion carried and is made the order of the court. At a former term of this court it was ordered that Judge Waggoner insure the court house with A. R. Kincheloc and Paul Compton in the sum of and the sum of 150.00 wa appropriated for the purpose of paying the premium on same, and it appearing that there was a mistake, and said sum of $150.00 is not sufficient to pay said premium, it is ordered and directed that there be an additional sum of fifty (5O) dollars set aside to finish paying said premium which is now confirmed and made the order of this court Breckinridge county Fiscal Court called term Jan. 5, 1012. This day, came Lou Glasscock and other petitioners by their attorney, II. DeH. Moorman, and filed in open court a petition asking for the construction of a brldgo across North Fork of Rough Creek, at the Galloway Ford, and further asking the appointment of commissioners and directions that they view the proposed site and move recommendations as to the necessity for said bridge &c, and said petition was order ed filed. Whereupon, upon motion duly made second. d and carried, it is ordered by tho court that the county judge, Hon. L. L. Waggoner.name two commissioners who with tho county supervisor of roads and bridges, J. P. Garner, arc hereby directed to proceed to said point and make a careful examination of the conditions with reference to whether or not in their sound judgment a bridge Is needed and should be constructed at said point; and If the commisioners so appointed determine that said proposed to-wi- t: $20,-000.0- ! Articles, Rubber f Groods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and Sec Tliciu Drugs, Toilet J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (& SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. GIBSON & SON c. -. bridge is a public necessity and should be constructed, they will carefully view the site by them recommended, and will have an authoritative estimate made and will report to this court the kind of bridge recommended, its probable cost, when it can be constructed and any other of thoir findings which they may deem of interest. Thereupon tho county judge presiding, named John N. Akers and H. A. Cannon as the two commissioners for this court and they and said county supervisor will make due report of their acts hereunder at the next term of this court, and the county clerk will furnish to said commissioners a copy each of this order. Court adjourned until nine o'clock Saturday morning L. L. Waggoner, J. B. C. At a Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Breckinridge county at the courthouse in Hardinsburg, Ky., on START A CONSOLATION 11 FUND! iI3erin toduy and lay little cash in bunk for money is a great source of consolution wien disappointment comes. 'Old and alone without money is the saddest state in a man's life. You can forget your little troubles and anxieties, to a certain extent, if you have a few cah certificate to think of every month. A Tut away a dollar every time you have a disappointment and you will be surprised how consoling a dollar is. Try it. PENNY SAVED IS A TEAR DRIED. FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :- -: the Jan. 6, 1912. Present, Hon. L. L. Waggoner' judge Breckinridge county court, with the following named justices of peace, G. A. Wright, Geo. Harris. Matt P. Payne, D. J. Quiggins and B. A. Whittlnghill, absent, S. II. Dix. On motion of G. N. Harris, seconded by B. A. Whittlnghill, tho claim of V. R. Mocrman, Jr., for services as live stock Inspector, from Feb., 1011, to Oct., I9I I, for $1)0.00, was allowed and ordered paid out of the general expense fund levy, 1011. On motion of M. P. Payne, seconded by G. N. Harris, the cteim of Ben and Burn DeJarnette forSdO.OO for repairing a mud hole on McQuady and Tar Fork road.was allowed.and Pal Garner road supervisor, is directed to issue a voucher for said amount payable out of the road fund of district No. I, levy to-w- FOR. SALE! Northern White and Mixed Oats for Seed and Cotton Seed Meal Write for priced before placing your orders Heston, Whitworth & Co., Inc. 1 it: :::' Hardinsburg, Ky. L. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 10 per cent. Investment of 1912. Ordered that the justices present be allowed $.00 per day for their services as follows: G. A. Wright, two days, at 6 00 ; $3.00 per day G. N. Harris, two days, at houses, tiow rerted; one 46x70 feet: store part rents for $2$ per month, dwelling part will rent for $15 per month other 522x50, two story, rents $10 per month; In yood repair. Price 6,700. Will hell for cash or will take in exchance city property or a good, well Improved farm of eq .ml value. The above property is situated in a thriving railroad town. For further information address Two combined Store and Dwelling JNO. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. fiOOpcrday P. Payne, two days, at AOOperday D. J. Quiggins, two days, at faOOperday M. 6 00 6 00 0 00 For Ono Month, beginnim; Feb. whi d SPECIAL OFFER! 1, and ending March III, 11)12 Wo B. A. Whittlnghill, two days at3.00perday 6 00 Court adjourned finally, L. L. Waggoner, J. B. C. The Breckenridge News g, The Farm Journal S,fs both, $1. Better Subscribe for The News Right Now $3 nil mr Louisville livening Tost and Hreckenridge News v.lw TV... f. ww. . . The Greatest Motion Picture Ever Made ONE NIGHT ONLY, THURSDAY, FEB. 20 Years in SirvgSitg 8th Complete in 3 Reels 3,200 Feet CLOVERPORT OPERA HOUSE Adventure A Romance of 'tho nfternoon. i Blnu Charley barely missed being impaled In a staked pit Hint undermined the trail There were times when nil stood still and waited for half an hour or more, while Blnu Charley prospected suspicious parts of feet of the Invftrtcr. once, iiiinmi THESE SIX LETTERS CHURCH DIRECTORY, Cloverport Churches Baptlut Church Mglitfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Mcetlnc Wednesday 730 p.m. IJiiptl't Aid Society Society meets .Monday after Second Sunday,, every month, Mrs. A. II. gklllman, President The South Seas V? "aw aLw BY Jack London Copyright. 1910, by Sire Or Ssaatli Copyright. III. by tbe Macmittaa ! tho trail. Wheie n slight runway entered the main one Sheldon paused and asked Blnu Charley If he know where It led "Plenty lush' fella garden he stop along there short way little bit." was the answer. "All right you like m go Walk 'in easy." he look 'in along. cautioned a few minutes Inter. "Close up, that fella garden. S'rose some bush fella he stop, wo catch 'm." Creeping abend and peering into the moment, Blnu Charley clearing for 11 From New England Women Prove that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Does Restore the Health of Ailing Women. Boston, Mass. "I was passing through tho Change of Llfo and suffered from hemorrhages (some times lasting1 for weeks), and could ret nothing1 to check them. I began taking Lydin E. Pinkham's Vegctablo Compound (tablet form) on Tuesday, and tho following Saturday morning tho hemorrhages stopped. I have taken them regularly over slnco and am steadily gaining. "I certainly think that ovory one who Is troubled as I was should give your Compound Tablets a faithful trial, and they will find relief." Mrs, Geoimie Junv, 802 Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. nnptlst flucdny School, 0:M n. m, 0. K. Methodist Church Methodist Sunday School. 0:30a. ni. Ira D. Hclion, Superintendent,. Preaching, ?er Lewi Sunday at il ft. m. hmI 7:30 p. m. Krank 7:80 p. Pastor. I'rnyer mrotlnir Wednesday. tn. Epworth LeoRUo. regular orvlcoHundT C p, mi business mrotliiK first Tuewlftr nlaht each month. Mls Mawirlto Hum, President. Ladles' Aid foclcty meets Brat Monday each month Mrs. Forrest LlRhtfoot, President. Ladles' Missionary Socloty met Second Bunday In every month, Mrs. VJtftU Ilahbnito, President. Choir practlco Irlday night 7:20, A, II Murray. Director. v CHAPTER XIX A MES3A0K FnOM THK HUSH. they were well Into tlio bush, tho horses had to abandoned. Papchnrn wns left In charge, while .Toau and Sheldon and the roninlnlnj; Tnliltliins pushed ahead 011 foot. An hour wild pig trail. Shel- following nlong don suddenly battel. The bloody tracks Lad ceased. Tho Tahltlans cast out cry in tho bush on either Hide, and ONCE 11 "; 11 I n mt reached the spot they weie In doubt. The two horses stood quietly tethered, and Pnpclmm. squatted on his hams, was ha lug a peaceful smoke. Advancing toward lilm. Sheldon tripped body (hat lay la the grass, nnd as 011 he saved lilmclf from falling his eyes lighted on a second. Joan recognized this one. It was Cosse, one of tribesmen, the one who had promised to catch at sunset the pig that was to have baited the hook for Satan. "No luck. niKsle." was Papehara's greeting, accompanied by a disconsolate shake of the head. "Catch only two boy. I have good shot at 11 y. from Utami apprised them of a lltul. Joan waited till Sheldon came back. "It's Mauko." he said. "Kwaquu did for him, and he crawled In there and died. That's two accounted for. There are ten more." Croing (ine of the quiet jungle spaces, where niiuuht moved but a velvety twelve Inch butterlly, they heard tho sound of shots. "Elgnr, Joan counted. "It was only one gun. It must be I'apehara." They hurried on. but when thoy k m r.' only I miss." "But you killed them." Joan chlded. "You must catch them alive." The Tahltian smiled. "How?" he queried. "I am have a think about Tahiti, and breadfruit, and Jolly good time at Quick. Just like that, ten boy ho run out of bush for me. Each boy Gogoomy have have long knife. long knife one baud and Kwnque's head In other hand. 1 no stop to catch 'cm nlive. shoot like h . How you catch 'em alive, ten boy, ten long kulfo nnd Kwnque's head?" Tho scattered paths of the different boys, where tlicy broke back after the disastrous attempt to rush the Tahltian, soon led together. They traced It to the Berande. which tho runaways bad crossed with the clear intention of burying themselves In the huge mangrove swamp that lay beyond. "There Is no use our going any farther," Sheldon said. "Seeleo will turn out his village nnd hunt thorn out of fimolce. I Born-Bor1 a. I Never had runaways from Bernndo more zealously hunted. The deeds of Gogoomy and his fellows had been a bad example for the 150 new recruits. One by one the boys were captured. Gogoomy alone remained ut large, and. as tho pursuit closed In on him, lie conquered his fear of the bushmen and headed straight in for the mountainous backbone of the IsSheldon, with four Tahltlans. land. and Seelee, with thirty of his hunters, followed Gogoomy's trail u dozen miles Into the open grass lands, nnd then Seelee and his people lost heart. Ho confessed that neither he nor any of his tribe had ever ventured so far Inland before, and lie narrated for Sheldon's benefit most horrible tales of the been bush men. "Gogoomy he finish along them fella bushmen." he assured Sheldon. "My word, he finish close up. kal-ka- l alto that." gether." So the expedition turned back. Nothing could persuade the coast natives to venture farther, and Sheldon, with his four Tahltlans. knew that It was madness to go on alone. That night, after dinner. Sheldon and Joan were playing billiards when Satan barUcd In the compound and Lalaperu, Bent to see. brought back a tired and travel stained native who wuutcd to talk with thu "big fella white marster." Sheldon went out on the veranda to see him. where it threaded tho grass lauds, tho Innumerable washings of gravel by tho whlto men in search of gold, tho first rolling foothills, tho man traps of spear staked pits In tho Junglo trails, tho first meeting with tho bushmen who had never seen tobacco and know not the vlrtuesof smoking, their friendliness, tho deeper penetration of U10 Interior around U10 flanks of tho Lion's UcaOL tho bush sores and tho fgreri of W "What name you come along house belong me sun he go down?" "Mo Charley." the man muttered apologetically and wearily. "Me stop along Blnu." "Ah. Blnu Charley, eh? Well, what name you tall; along me? What place big fella marster along white man ho Btop?" Joan and Sheldon together listened to tho tnlo Blnu Charley bad brought. He described Tudor's expedition up the Ualesuua, tbe dragging of tho boata up tbe rapids, the passage up the river : Ky. the conduct of the boys. On the Instant they recognized "Not salt wi'ter boys." Sheldon cauFor 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tioned, "but bush boys leg belong him the head, and on the Instant rose their Compound 1ms been the standard remedy for festrong fella leg Boy no snvvee mus- wild hearty laughter as tliey explained male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments ket, no good. You bring 'in shoot to one another In shrill falsetto voices docs justice to herself who will not try this faGogoomy's end was a joke. Ho had musket strong fella." mous medicine, made from roots and herbs, it escape They were ten picked men that filed been foiled In his attempt to has restored so many suffering women to health. up on the veranda and stood In the lie had played the game and lost. An pKWritotoLYl)IAE.rirVKILVMMEDlCINECO. glare of the lanterns. Their heavy, what greater Joke could there be than (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. zr.Y .V ' Your letter will bo opened, read nnd answered muscular legs advertised that thoy that the bushmen should have eaten fl tilm? VfclAL'FiNKHAKp'' by a woman and held in strict confidence. k$&' wore bushmen. Killing was their nat"IN rUGThe men's laughter ural vocation, not weed cutting; and, died down, and they regarded tho specheat Is essential IC vaporizes tho while they would not have ventured liquids or tho juices insido tho bag, the Guadalcanar bush alone, with a tacle with glittering eyes and gluttonand makes a medium for softening man like Sheldon behind them, ous expressions. The Tahltlans, on tho white We tell you how. and pay best market and flavoring the food fiber. But If prices. We are dealers: established and a white Mary such ns they knew other hand, were shocked, and Adamu In 1850; and can do BETTI2R for you is too long continued, it dethe heat Joan to be. they couid expect a safe Adam was shaking his head slowly and than agents or commission merstroys the tensile strength of the bag, grunting forth his disgust. Joan was chants. References any bank In Louand delightful time. Besides, tho great isville. Write for weekly price list. makes it break of itself, and spill its master had told them that the eight angry. Her face wns white, but In M. SABEL & SONS Hence, tho importance of each cheek was a vivid spray of red. Great System Perfected by M. contents. gigantic Tahltlans were going along. & 33 E. Market St., LOUISVILLE. XT. lowering the heat, and quickly, before Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. Soyer, Famous London Chef. "Plenty strong fella fight." Sheldon Disgust had been displaced by wrath, Is accomplished. this destruction and her mood was clearly vengeful. warned them In conclusion. There aro several ways of doing Sheldou laughed. They grinned and shifted delighted"It's nothing to be angry over," ho MERITS OF PAPER BAG COOKING this. They may bo used in combinaly. tion or separately. First, push in the REVIEWED. "S'po.e bushmen l along you?" said. "You mustn't forget that ho OVER 65 YEARS' dampers, then open tho oven door, r.RIENCE he queried. upon the oven floor a and set inside By Martha McCulloch Williams. "No fear." answered Vielr spokesIn this final paper on my experi- shallow pan of cold water. Leave the man, one Koogoo. a strapping, ences with M. Soyer's paper bag cook- oven door ajar for two or three minEthiopian looking man. "S'pose ery, it may be well to sum up briefly utes, wfth a strip of whlto paper on i boy bush boy?" the shelf beside tho bag. If tho paper its claims and Its performances. Sheldon nhook his head, laughing. In tho claims, item one, economy, turns pale yellow tho heat is sufnnd dismissed them and went to overTrade Marks more than vital In the present state ficiently reduced. If it turns brown Designs haul the dunnage room for a small very quickly, set tho door wide, tako of finance high and low. Copyrights &c. blielter tent for Joan's use. Item two, nutrition; things cooked out tho water pan and refill after Anyone sending a sketch and description mar nifrklv milnlnn free w liGther It was quite a formidable expediIn paper hags certainly sot better emptying, with fresh cold water, then Inventionlucertnlii mtr patentable. Communica&a Is probably tion that departed from Berande at HANDBOOK upon tho stomach and return more set again upon the oven floor. Keep tions strictly conudcntlnl. ior securing on Intents. ngoncv patents. break of day next morning lu a fleet the door ajar until tho test paper tetitiree. uinesi turotmh Jlunn A Co. rocelve Patents taken strength of mind and body than tho tpeclal notice, without charge, la tbo of canoes and dingeys. There wore merely yellows. Py that time tho same things cooked outsido It. Joan and Sheldon, with Blnu Charley Item three, prevention tho preven- dampers should have dono their work and Lalaperu, the eight Tahltlans and tion of ptomaine and other obscure sufficiently. Close the oven door, A handsomely lllnntrated weekly. T.nrecst cirany eclcntltla journal. Terms. (3 men, encli the ten poisons, bred botwlxt food and air. leaving Insido another strip of clean culation of months, L HoM bynll nowmloalers.a your: four proud in the possession of a bright and whlto paper. In threo minutes look Not tho wiliest microbe of them all MUNN&Co.3618New York shining modern rifle. can survive baking in tho oven and at It If it is browning too fast, set Hrancti Offlco. 625 F St, Washington, D. C tho door again ajar, but If merely yelBlnu Charley led the way onward after tho baking the bag Is thrown lowing lei the door stay closed. away. into the rolling foothills, following the This regulation of heat Is a vital bettering of trail made by Tudor and his men Item four, increaso and weeks before. That night thoy campflavors, which means- increase and part of tho problem, but much less Intricate than It sounds. A gas rango ed well Into the hills and deep In the bettering of food Itself. tropic Jungle. The third day found Item flvo, tho making tender of too hot needs to have half tho flame tough, henco Indigestible fiber, as In turned off, and what remains reduc wMM.mi mysyjr them on the runways of the bushmen narrow paths that compelled single round steak, old fowls and such llko ed as low as Is safe. In baking pastry and cake It is esthings. Me and that turned and twisted with bIx, prevention of smells am sential to mako very tiny holes in tho Item endless convolutions through the dense advantago so apparent as to require upper sldo of tho bag beforo the go undergrowth. --WmQTFR'C in tho oven. Tho holes should bo in no more than baro mention. Here. In tho inldmornlng, the first Item seven, tho crowning morcy, tho highest part of tho bag, but not casualty occurred. Blnu Charley had NEW tho abolition of scrubbing out pots and very closo together. dropped behind for a time and Koogoo, Things cooked at full head of gas pans. man who had the INTERNATIONAL A fine array truly. But not tho those which tako five to ton minutes boasted that ho would eat tho bushTho whole should not bo taken up until tho gas wholo tale of benefits. men, was lu the lend. Joan nud Shelmight bo ted!ou3. Any way, In tho Is extinguished, bo as to a'oId all risk don heard the twanging thrum and littlo remnant of allotted space, other of burning tho hands. Relighting tho saw Koogoo throw out his arins, at stovo means no more than tho sacriTHE MERRIAM WEBSTER? press to bo spoken. tho same time dropping his rifle, stum- IN rnONT OF IT OltOUCIIED A UUA1IDKD things Words of caution, for example. In fice of a match and even half a min-ut- o BU8HJIAN. ble forward and sink down on his IWausf! Jt 'a NEW CREA- of gas llamo will pay for many cooking In paper bags mind, not your ct,JUST TION, covering every hands and knees. Between his naked hacked off Kwaquo's head and that he p's matches. and q's, but tho simple directions Held of tho world's thought, shoulders, low down and to tho left, ato one of his own comrades that ran Thcro aro no .rifles in paper bag action and culture. The only for uso. Namely, to greaso tho bags nway with lilm. appeared tho bono barbed head of an now unabridged dictionary In well, not to overfill them, to fold cooking, nor la any other method of many years. "And don't forgot," Sheldon added, arrow. He had been shot through nnd over tho open ond three times and cookery for that matter. Things that through. Cocked rifles swept the bush "that bo Is the son of a chief and that fasten tho fold with wlro clips, to lay Beem too small to count mako the difBecause " tleflnea ovor 400,000 War tis ; moro than ever with nervous apprehension, but there us sure us fate his Port Adams tribes- tho filled bag always scam sldo up, ference between success and failure before appeared between two was no rustle, no movement; nothing men will take a white man's head in and if by chanco It breaks, to put it he-- as in the othor concerns of life. covers., 1700 Pages, 6000 Il payment." but tho humid, oppressive silence. instantly insido another bigger bag, As, for Instance, a clip loosely put on lustrations. "It is nil so ghastly ridiculous," Joan to finish tho cooking. may let liquids run out, making heaps ho no stop," BIuu Char"Bushmen Because ley called out, the sound of bis voice finally suld. Buy clips In several sizes. They aro of trouble for the cook, filling tho - page. !l&to.?;OBT','dloi?onr7 new divided "And er romantic," ho suggested cheap and almost everlasting. Use bouse with' ill odors, and half ruining eturtllng more than one of them, A "Btroko of Genius." slyly. "My word: Look m that fella," he them freoly In fastening up tho bags a dish otherwise beyond compare. Becasse ll ls n encyclopedia to Sho did not answer nud turned away, These aro but examples that might continued, brushing asldo tho leafy single volume. they can bo pulled off before the a but Sheldou knew that tho shaft bad bag Is thrown away and used over be infinitely multiplied. They sh -- Id wall of tho ruiiwuy, and exposing Because '" oepted by ths Bufflco to prove that the paper bag, bow so massive that no one bushmau gono homo. and over. " Courts, Schools and In return for Its decould have bent It. Press aa (lie one supremo aa Do not be niggard as rogardB bags. good thorlty. The Blnu man traced out the meTo be continued Often It is better to use two or three mands glveth and careful handling. Whoso It chanics of the trai and exposed the small ones than a single one of medi- (Copyright, 1911, will have her roward. Becawe e who know Win I y tho Associated hidden fiber lu tho tangled under- Hueeesa, Let u tall I um or large size. Literary Press.) juu mooui ui Mw wor)C, growth that at contact with Koogoo's Coal and wood ranges are not so Here is a message of hope and good foot had released the taut bow. well adapted to paper bag cooking as Do you know that more real danger They were deep lu the prlmevul for- cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone gas ranges. Still, bag cooking can be WMW tm ! Va., who is the mother of eightlOwtMM lurks in a common cold than in any est. BIuu Charley took the lend as Mill, any kind of heat the Cft CMEMIAM CO.. rUbkn.SMMfaU.aW. een children. Mrs, Martin was cured done with they pushed on, uud trap after trap MnaWMMSf .WMiwI regulation of It. The other of the minor ailments? The safe lnlllttllmiD, knack lies la the yielded Its secret lurking place to lib of stomach trouble and constipation by theory of paper bag cooking Is this: way is to take Chamberlain's Cough keen scrutiny. Tho way was bosct Chamberlain's Tablets after five years A cold bag put into a hot stove gets Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prepawith a thousand annoyances, clilcfest of suffering, and now recommends these warm very quickly throughout', and ration, and rid yourself of the cold as Louisville Evenlnc Va among which were thorns, cunningly tablets to the public. Sold by all the paper of it crisps wherever it quickly as possible. This remedy is for und Urecke arldge Ntwa, concealed, that, penetrated tho bare iouckaa SDthlajr but air. This quick sale by all dealers. una vmt fj.au, men. Poonga-Poonga the white men. ntm mnr nnu trusting the bushmen. One morning Blnu Charley noticed that the women nnd children had disappeared. Tudor, at the time, wan lying In a stupor with fever In a lute camp live miles nway, the main camp having moved on those nvo mlLls , order , pro,pect an out- ,,,,., ' ' cro" L "i ww f" " .?a'"' w s. n,.,.,,w,,y when the nbsence of the women children struck him as suspicious. "My word." he said, "me snvvee too much trouble close up. Me run. My word, me run." Tudor, qutto unconscious, was slung across his shoulder and carried a mile down the trail. Here, biding new trail, Blnu Charley had carried him for n quarter of a mile Into the heart of the deepest jungle ami hidden him In a big banyan tree. !Itre. and from tho direction of the nnln camp, he had heard two rifle shots And that was all. He had never seen the white men again. "There Is only one thing to do." Sheldon said to Joan. "I'll start the first thing in the morning." "We'll start." she corrected. "I can got twice as much out of my Tahltlans as you can. and. besides, one white i.hould never be alone under such circumstances." Sheldon sent for a gnng boss and told blm to bring ten of the biggest, best and strougest " Poonga-Poonga beckoned Sheldon to come on cnutlous-ly- . Joan crouched beside him and to gether they peeped out. On one edge of the clearing was n small grass house, open sided, a mere rain shelter. In front of It. crouched on III hams before a fire, was a gaunt and bearded bush man The lire seemed t smoke excessively, nnd Jn the thick of the smoke 11 round dark object hung suspended. The bushman scented nb sorbed lu contemplation of this object. Warning them not to shoot unless the man was successfully escaping. Sheldon beckoned the Poonga-Poong- a Before the bushman men forward. could shoot his swift enemies were upon him. lie was rolled over ami over and dragged to his feet, disarmed and helpless. "Why. he's an nncient Babylonian!" Joan cried, regarding him. "He's 1111 Assyria 11. a Phoenician! Look nt that straight nose, that narrow face, those high cheek bones and that slanting oval forehead and the beard and the eyes too." "And the snaky locks." Sheldon laughed. alonr "My word, bush fella kal-ka- i that fella boy." Blnu Charley remark ed. So stolid was his manner of utter unco that Joan turned carelessly to ne' what had attracted his attention and found herself face to face with Gogoomy. At least It was the head o' Gogoomy the dark object they tini' seen hanging In the smoke. Nor was Joan's horror lessened hj Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Phoenix, R.I. "I worked steady In tho mill from tho tlmo I was 12 years old until I had been married a year, and I think that caused my bad feelings. I had soreness in my sido near my left hip that went around to my back, and sometimes I would have to Ho in bed for two or three days. I was not able to do my housework. " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgotablo Compound has helped mo wonderfully In every way. You may uso my letter for tho good of others. I am only too glad to do anything within my power to recommend your medicine." Mrs. Jum. Kino, Box 882, Phoenix. 11.1. Phoenix, R.I. Presbyterian Church . Prcshyterlan Sunday School 0H5 a Conrad Slppt-1- , Superintendent. PrtmchlB every Third Sunday, Kr. Adair. Minister. Prayer mcetltR Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Ladle Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Pnndnv evprv month. Mrs Clins. SattcrOeld. President. r, . , For flvo years I suffered untold agony from femalo troubles causing backache, irregularities, dizziness, and nervous prostration. It wa3 imposslblo for mo to walk up stairs without stopping on tho way. I was all run down in every ways "I tried thrco doctors and each told mo something different. I received no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more. Tho last doctor said it wns no use for mo to tnko anything as nothing would restore, mo to health again. So I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to sco what it would do, and by taking seven bottles of the Compound and other treatment you advised, I am restored to my natural health." Mrs. Etta Donovan, 703 Main Street, Wllllmantlc, Conn. VilHraanlio, Conn.-" Letter from Mrs. Etta Donovan,WiIlimantic, Conn. Catholic Church First Sunday of pach month, Mass. Sermon, nnd llenedietlon, 0:00 n. m., other three Sundays nt 10 15 :i. m. On week days Mass at 7:CO-a- . m. Catechetical Instruction for tho children on Saturdays at 8 :S0 a. m., and on Sundays nt 0:30 a. m. and 3:30 p.m. rl DR. H. Letter from Mrs. Winf ield Dana, Augusta, Me. Augusta, Me. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgotablo Compound has cured tho backache, headache, and tho bad pain I had in my right side, and I am perfectly wclL" Mra. Wisfislo Dana, 11.F.D. No. 2, Augusta, Me. Newport, Vt "I thank you for the great benefit Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lias dono me. I took eight bottles and it did wonders for me, as I was a nervous wreck when I began taking it. I Bhall always speak a good word for it to my friends." Mrs. Joiin A. Thompson, Box 3, Lowport Center, Vermont. Bethlehem, N.II. " By working very hard, sweeping carpets, washing, ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc., I got all run down. I was sick in bed every month. " This last Spring my mother pot Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and already I feci like another girl. I am regular and do not have tho pains that I did, and do not have to go to bed. I will tell a!4 my friends what tho Compound is doing for me." Miss GnAcin B. Dodds, Box 133, Bethlehem, N.H. Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to J. BOONE tfg& Permanent Dentist Street 5 v p. m. Cloverport. Ky. IOEZ3 OO Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, Vt. OTaOED BALL Livery, & MILLER Feed and Sale Stable Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H. Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, 0COC3000CZIOIZ310 Subscribe Now fAlvm WUWtY imp Poonga-Poong- a PAPER BM COOEING TraUUBS - tV kal-ka- thick-lippe- d Poonga-Poong- a kal-ka- Ijrmjra Scientific Jtitiericatn - HIkexp Poonga-Poong- a ! - Subscribe Today! wnr mmm Dictionary ma "V""w Poonga-Poong- a ASi o I wonder-workin- g, 1 $3.50 Vj Tl (; Breckinridge County Jan. 9, 24 Below Zero El TOBACCO POOL AN "THE SUN SHINES BRIGHT ON MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME." COMMISSIONER'S SALE Hreckenridgc Circuit Court, Kentucky Tlii HurjK of llArrilnihurK & Trmt Co., Aftilgm-nf n Ctnrt, Cal Jin. 9 75 Above Zero ASSURED SUCCESS ALREADY A VAST ACREAGE HA3 BEEN SIGNED. 1 , j 'OPPORTUNITY iwoSUU'tHiuik.I'lftlntlir Amilnst Equity No, ."B77. W. C. HI ill no, KNOCKS at iho door of every citizen of Breckinridge county today. Will .you hid it ontor to your lircsido, mid there place yourself if conopen to convk'tion tlmt it is in reality "Opportunity'' will do this, rend, ponclusive cvMonco is proMCiitcd? If you der over, nnd net upon the following proposition: Hoy Moorman, a boy whom you all know, born and reared in Breckinridge county, after traveling through and living in every por tion of the West; after having had abundant opportunities and i numerous positions of trust, and large responsibility with some of the strongest corporations of the nation (among thorn, The Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co., of Bisbeo, Arizona; I Terminal Itnilway, Missouri & Pacilic, and St. Louis & Iron 1 Mountain railroads, of St. Louis, Mo.; Park Department, city of Los Angeles, Cal,; Lampton, Crabb & Uamoy Co., of Louisville, Ky., and numerous others, to any of which I have the pleasure to refer) has found a section of the United States where thoro is an opportunity for every man in overy lino, unequalled in any other placo in the United States. That section is tho A WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN Ily virturc of a Judgment and OrAk.; dcr of Sale of Brecklnrldcrc Circuit Court, rendered at Octobi r Term thereof, loll, in the above cause, tor the sum of three hundred dollars ($300.00) with interest at the rate of (I per cent, Between Now and the Date of Closing tho Pool on March 1, the Wholo Burley District Will Be Thoroughly Canvassed. per annum from tho 3.d day of December. I9IO, until paid, nnd nil costs herein, I shall proceed to olTer for sale Plans arc under way by tho nurloy Tobacco Society to havo a whirlwind campaign during tho month of Februr pool, ary In tho Interest of tho and representatives of tho society will canvass the wholo Hurley district In central Kentucky. Tho campaign will be ono of education, designed to make sure that every growor In every county understands fully the terms and conditions of tho ton-yea- now ten-yea- r pooling pledge. f Imperial Valley, of California In former articles you have road of tho Wonderful Fertility of its feoil. You havo read how, that in twelve years time, it has befin transformed from a barren, desolato waste, of no value, 'the richest agricultural valley in tho whole world, now valued more than thirtj million dollars ($30,000,000.00). Tho valley iad its starting place, so, also must tho corporation that is now seing organized. Since 1903 Roy Moorman has searched the West for some thing good enough to offer his homo people. Why to offer his liome people? Because that his experience with corporations kas taught him that "In Union there is Strength." It takes lonoy to make money. By a combination of small subscrip tions to one fund a large amount of money can be brought to gether. This is the intention of those incorporating.. Speeches have boen made on the proposed pool herotoforo and they havo brought forth splendid results. It Is the desire of the Executive Committee of the Uurloy Tobacco Society that every grower In central Kentucky know exactly whnt tho now pledge means and tho many benefits It is destined to bestow on those who Blgn. Pool Closes March 1. President Clarenco LcBtis says that r pool will posltlvoly tho new close March 1, and after that date none can get In. Already there are enough signers to make it a go, but it is of course tho deolro of tho Executive Committee that overy grower have a chance to got In. It Is especially desirable, the Burloy officials say, to have all tho old poolers In. New Pool a Selling Pool. Tho new pool Is a selling pool, not a holding pool, nnd it contemplates tho manufacture of the Burloy Society members' own tobacco. It means a sharing In the profits heretofore ten-yea- immtumTrmTiuuiimiiiuiiHititnttimfrfnMiMiiiMiMnfTtlJ THE "INSIDER" AND "OUTSIDER." WHERE "DID GET WAT V OUTFIT ? VOli SWELL I (year pool I DIP ( J0,N IT'S EASY E TTTjX TN LIKE to the lilphest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 12th day of February. 101 V, at one o'clock 1. M , or thereabout (hrlngCircuit Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following' described property, to wit: A certain iot or parcel of ground, with tho appertlnnncis thereto bjlorging lying anil being in the town of Kentucky, being a lot with a two story frame house thereon being a tobacco factory about ore hundred feet long by thirty feet wide and a seventeen foot shed Saul lot is one hundred anil twelve feet In length by fifty feet In width being the south part of lot number three situated on second street. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, nnd having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost $."171.00. Lee Walls Commissioner. Sleph-enspor- t. at tho Court-Ilou- sc door hi Hartlins-bur- y, J COMMISSIONER'S SALE Rreckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. H. E. THE "INSIDE" Roy Moorman OF EL CENTR0, & Co. CAL. IMPERIAL VALLEY, The purposes of this corporation are to purchase, hold, subdivide, colonize, settle, sell, convey, and otherwise, acquire, deal in, and dispose of land and other real property of overy exclusively by the manufacturer. It means going after tho real profit end of the tobacco business. Heretofore the grower In tho Hurley belt has satisfied himself with raising and selling his tobacco. Under the new pool It Is to be manufactured and sold at an additional profit. Dividends Will Be Declared. nature. Tho amount of stock placed on the market is 10,000 shares, Par Value $1.00 a Share. The terms are CASH with Sub Subscription for less than 10 Shares will be accepted Every cent invested in this corporation will bo, protected scription. No by A 1 Security. To Investors; Not one cent of the monoy subscribed to this corporation quick schemes or anything of that spent on get-ric- h nature. It is tho intention of those managing its affairs to con- - a doct a straightforward, logitimite investment business. Farm will be . , lands will he sold in small acreages, on easy terms. Small houses will bo built in town, and sold in payments as rent. One Los Angeles linn, organized about 30 years ago along similar lines to this corporation, sold its stock originally at $ lOOjii share; $100 invested in its stook, is t jday worth nearly $16,000 with accumulated dividends. Many investors hero are getting from 50 to 75 per cent a year on their investment, from rentals of cottages and tent houses. Money is worth 10 per cent on the very safest loans, Your money will be as safe here as anywhere in the United States. Your subscription is solicited and will bo duly appreciated, whether it is largo or small. Dividends will bo declared quarterly or tho Burley Tobacco Company will carry Its own Insurance, tobacco will be handled in tho most scientific 'way, nnd every possible saving will be made. Furthermore tho new pool is not in restraint of trade, as It only contemplates the signing up of half the land and the grower can sell his tobacco on nny market ho chooses and get his money promptly, minus the small per cent required ..o pay operating expenses and keep tho company together. Contract Blanks Now Ready. Contracts may bo had on application to the Burley offices in Lexington or from any of the chairmen of tho county Hoards of Control. Already a vast acreage has been signed, it Is said, and tho pool Is an assured success. semi-annuall- WHICH GETS RESULTS. THE WORKER I OR THE CRITIC? ""''lit jj IT IS ' (' yyy rn -- ,is ' "V . CASY TO CRITICISE ON THE BURLEY EXECUTIVE SOCIETY cOMMiTTEe , EVERYBODY WORKS EVEN BUT rendered at October Term thereof, I9II, in the above cause, for the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1200), with inteiest at the rate of 0 per cent, per annum from the 17th day of October I9C8 until paid, nnd all costs herein, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the door in Hurdinsburgo the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the lath day of February, 1012, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, being Circuit Court day), upon a (credit of six months, the following deA lot, or par scribed property, cel 01 ground with a dwelling house nnd other houses thereon situated and being in the town of Ilardinsburg, Breckenridiie county. Kentucky, de scribed as follows: Beginning at the N. E. of lot No. 81, thence with a line of Main street f2 feet, 3 inches thence at right angle 209 feet to the Westerly boundary line, lot No. 14, West corner of No. SI. thence with a line of the same to the beginning.. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums cf money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the dnv of sale until paid, and having the foice iind effect of a Judgment Lein retained to secure pigment of purchase money. Biddtrs will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, ?!,527.67. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Court-Hous- e to-wi- t: of Sale of Breekenridge Circuit Court, Niinnlo Snyder, Defendant. By virture of n Judgment Sutton and Others, Plaintiff, Apilnst ) V Equity 32U No. I and Order 'Il m 'S SALE Breekenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. I Faulty Wllitiim I'otlt. l'lulntltr V No Aualnsi & Co. Defendant, ) .TOO. j Hy virture of a Judgment and Order of, Sale of Breekenridge Circuit Court, M LOOSE LEAF MARKETS COME TO STAY. W. II. Crcenwi-- i Lget-rich-qu- ick IN CONCLUSION: You have tho proposition before you and you know of tho ability, honesty, and character of those behind it. You know that you will receive dollar for dollar invested, with, at least, twice the interest you could get in your own locality. Porhaps 3'ou havo invested in many a stranger's scheme, to your regret. lf It is too mucn to asK ine people or urecKinnage county lor jusi one-hathe amount of the subscriptions given to the various investments offered them by promoters (of whom they knew nothing at the time, and have learned "too much" about thsm since; in the last five years ? Remember, just 10,000 shares of a par value of $1.00 each. ' If you want to back a winnor, fill out coupon below and mail today. Subscription Blank ROY MOORMAN & Co. Iacorporated EI Ceatro, California : 1912 Gknilkmen: shares of subscribo for value $1.00 each, in Roy Moorman & Co., of El stook, par Monoy Order for T , flul.., and herewith enclose , , I hereby Draft I fin full payment for same, Stook Certificate to bo sent to mo immediately. M Signed Address i lished throughout the entire Burley bolt In Kentucky, and that they havo come to stay ono has only to visit them, see the sales made, note tho manner of handling and talk with the buyers. The Burley Society Is establishing loose leaf markets at all central points where they own warehouse properties, and among tho towns now having Burley loose leaf mnrkots are Frankfort, Georgetown, Mt. Sterling, Sholbyvllle, Cynthiana, Wllllarastown and. Horse Cave. Other towns may get these loose leaf markets In the near future. Tho Shelby Record, speaking of the loose leaf market recently opened there, says: "Tho tobacco raisers aro shaking hands with themselves and their neighbors', becauso loose leaf warehouses havo boen opened here in whero they can dispose of their crops at small cost to them, and at living prices. Just think of It. They get paid 'spot cash1 for very pound they bring In, let it be a 'little Jag,' or a big crop, they know just as soon as it is weighed how much thoy will have to pay for selling it. They know what it will cost to sell it, and that there Is nothing for freight, drayage, storage, Insurance or commissions, and that thoy were not obliged to buy hogsheads or pay for prizing. They Just haul It to tho wareboUBo and when the tobacco is sold, a slight churgo is mado; that's all. "Mr. Banta was one who wondered whother It would bo best for him to cell his 14,000 pound crop to a speculator at 8 cents at his barn or bring it to Sholbyvllle and have It sold at tho Shelby Loose Leaf Warehouse. H brought It here, and got a little the riso of 12 cents on an average. Many others are having a like experience. The loose leaf sales continue to grow In favor, and the promoters of the enterprise and everybody else Is well pleased. More than a million pounds aave been sold here already and more tbaa $100,000 has been turned loose aare within the naat three weeks." Shel-byvllle, Loose loaf markets are being estab- SOMETHING TO OPEN YOUR EYES! jl f W V TH W HAD POOL, WHICH 15 MERELVlv ( rendered at the October Term thereof 1011, in the above cause, for the sum of One hundred and fifty dollars (,$150) with interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 21st dav of December, 1903, until paid, nnd nil costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at e door in Ilardinsburg, the to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 12th da of February, I9I2, at one o'clock P. M or thereabout (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months, the following deA certain scribed property, tract or parcel of land hing in the county of UreckenridRe and State of Kentucky and beginning at two white oaks and fallen hickory in Robert line; thence N. 82, 12. 20 poles to a white oak and two black oaks in the original line of Shannon's I4OO acre survey, thence with said line N. 91 poles to a white oak, thence W. 7O poles to a vhite oak in the division line between Pike and Wright; thence with said line S. 97 poles to a stake between pointers in Gilland's line, thence with said line to a double white oak, Matting-ly'- s corner thence with his line N. 76, E. 28 poles to the beginning, containing Or sufficient 40 acres more or less. thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be mnde. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the dny of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Didders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, Court-Housto-wi- t: Mat-tingl- a i t A 1238.50. Lee Walls, Commissioner. NOTICE. .. .. .. -- . . iii - - IB Annie Bell Crawford, etc., Plaintiffs Against John S. Adair, Admr. etc., Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of James M. Crawford, are notified to present such claims, duly proven as required by Law to the Undersigned, at the Circuit Court Clerk's Office, In Hardinsburg, Ky., on or before the. I6th. day of February, 1812. Lea Walls, Commissioner Breekenridge County. - wrv Hardinsburg Pharmacy W RVINGTON interested parties, was held In the Baptist church Monday evening. This meeting created a great deal of and all ZZLTI ma w. - m - Pursley's AGENTS Indian Herbs. Dakota Medicines Jack enthusiasm and lots of Interest Is being I II j It. O. Penlck and Mrs. Taylor Dowcll are at created for this cause. Mr. Sizo docs not always count. Tho stinger is tho email . homo from a week's visit to Mr. and Beautiful Booklet Mrs. John Jamcrson, Owcnsboro. part of tho lice, but you tan soon learn which end it'd Air. Jones A Standby. ,)urtf Thursday before the Board of Su- on. Miss Viola Lewis was the woak-onProf. D. C. Walls says that perhaps pcrvlsors. Tho Bowling Green Business Uniguest of friends in Louisville. It isn't always the sizo of n bank account that wo conJesse Wright died Sunday morning tho most enthusiastic patron he has is sider, it's tho man behind it. Wo fcol that tho humble Claude Pemberton.of Ellzabcthtown, versity is about to Issue the most hand- Mr. Alox Jones, who Is ever ready to Jan. 28th, of tuberculosis of the lungs. depositor is entitled to tho same consideration us tho purchased some catalog It ever sont out. It will was In town last week and render any assistance possible for tho He had been a sufferer for several rrinn whd owns a mint. Our banking facilities aro at a car load of line mules, and shipped be more lfke an album than a catalog. advancement of tho school Interest years, not having been able to speak tho disposal of all alike. Wo aro hero to help you if Write for It. them to Atlanta, Ga. His eldest son, Hubert, has missed on- above a whisper for perhaps more than wo can. Tho fnrnior, planter, mechanic, business man Miss Jessie Brady left Sunday for ly one day of the four years Mr. Walls a year. stockman, laborer, professional man all aro invited BEWLEYVILLE Louisvlle to be the guest of her sister, ha been here, and is now taking ad Dr J W. Meador and Dr. Jno E. to become patrons of our bunk. Tho sizo of tho acMrs. Tony McCoy. vantage of the spring-term- . If wo had Kinchcloc were called in consultation count is not of first importance. Come in and stnrt Lodiburg Cutis. II, Drury was in more parents who would sec that their over Mrs. C.C Pile, of Mook, last Fri Lewis Bennett Morcmen who has an account today. boys and girls were in school so regu- day. past three mon- Wednesday. been in Florida for the been afflic- lar, we would have fower idle boys, and Miss Sarah Jordan, who has ths, has returned homo. Charles Neodhatn, of near Vertrees, THE FARMERS BANK, Ky. since Nov. 15, is more Intelligence. The best average of Macey, who have ted with n broken limb was in this commuuity last week, and Jas. Bolln and Jno thought to be dylug at this writing. in school here has attended the sale of his the past four years Mr, been In Minneapolis, Minn., for the Win, J. Stlth, Sr , of Louisville, has been made during this rigorous month Fred Lyon. past three weeks, reached home Fribeen a visitor of his son, William, the of January, If the boys and girls who day. Huston Alexander was in town Mon are in attendance can give such regular past week. day. Mrs. T. C. Mathews and two boys, AH of the Z. T. Stlth family are now attendance in weather like this, wo are Howard and Rush, left last week for S. A. D. Dodson went to Hardinsburg forced to wonder what is the matter a ten days' visit to her parents, Mr.and quartered in Louisville, except the Col.) witti our pcoplo, the parents of the Friday, to attend the meeting of tho who will follow on in n few days after Mrs. Miles flush. County School Board. Public Sale of their effects which will country that the percentage of attend Mrs. David Fritz Is spending this ancc generally over the county and Mose Carter has moved into the propMr. farmer, aro you interested? If so, call on the take place on the 8th, The removal of week with friends in Hawosvllle. erty vacated by Fred Lvon. this hospitable family marks the great- state is so low. manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. G. TCTarshall ar.d est break ever happening at one time to Hardin Alexander, of Buras, visited Bachelors At Custer. Company and havo him explain the special "FarMrs. Nellie Marshall are In Louisville our community. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meador several If the recent bill for taxing bachelors mers Lino" rate. for several days. Missjeau Hums, of Cloverport, and goes through our legislature, which we days last week. s Notice Is hcreby.glvao.to all members Miss Thelma Brashear, of West Point, hope it will, the revenue we thin!: will Believes In The College Man. of the Baptist church that their pres- spent the week-en- d CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPAIY with Miss Alioue be wonderfully increased. We suggest We believe in home, in the broadest ence Is earnestly requested at the Sat- Hardaway, the former will likely re- that this be placed to the credit of tne (Incorporated.) sense of the word. Home enterprises, urday afternoon service, Feb. 10. A main through this week. school fund. The measure seems to home industries, home associations, matter of great Importance will be Rev. May announced from the pulpit havo some strenuous opposers, but we home loyalties, home, home, home. But brought before the church at that time. Suuday that there would be a double think that Messrs Gabe Bruncr, Milldo not believe In homo to the exMiss Letcher Mathews, who has been marriage at the home of Dud Gilpin, of ard Harrington, Jas. Harrington, Jr., we Math- High Plains, on next Sabbath at 10 Joe Milburn and some others come un clusion of, and disloyalty to outside the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. friends. When we see worth and merit, ews for the past month, expects to o'clock. The contracting parties are der the 25c. rate. ability and capacity, statecraft and leave this week for her home in Bards-tow- the two Gilpin daughters, Herman Law-so- n Vess Oliver, of Constantlne, was in manhood in another state, we are glad and Chesley Wilson. town Monday. to see it rewarded, and deplore an atDale Smith, who was Injured In an Edgar HardaWay rtcently visited Miss Miss Lillie Alexander came home tempt to, even in home folks, ruthless accident three weeks ago. Is convales- Mayme Robertson, of Owensboro, and from Louisville last week. ly snatch the budding opportunity of cent. Ho is able to be out. incidentally called to see Dr. W. II. Guy Springgate has accepted a posi- another. Wo believe in Gov. Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tilford will leave Strother aud wife. tion in Iowa, and has gone there to as- Wilson, as a college man, as an able the middle of February for Florida to Chas. II. Dairy shipped a nice Duroc sume his duties. governor of a sister state, as a man spend several weeks. Jersey Friday to Mrs. Marguerite Stitli among men, and wo believe he has the The Scbool will Begin Dr. J. W. Meador. went to HardinsMiss Lelia Turner, of New Albany, McCoy, of Uuioii Star. making of an able and far seeing Presburg Monday. Tni'., arrived Jat week to be the guest ident of the United States. All honor G. H. Pile was called to Mook Thurs- to of her aunt, Miss Mary Cornwall at a man who, when pressed to give a T0B1NSP0RT day to attend his mother who is very ill. direct, pointed answer her home on Woodland Ave. to a direct, Fred Lyon's sale was very well at- Dointed question, though it may entail An able and proficient Instructor will be in charce Mr. Dood Sutere, who died Friday of "The Three Old Devils." Who are tended Thursday. persoual criticism, that might blast they doing':' Hear the consumption, was buried Saturday. tl ey? What are Gilbert Lyon is home from Louisville the highest hope of an American citiRev. Chas. K. Shepherd at the Baptist Owen Wiiiehell, who spent last week for a few days before starting to zen, does so, and then is too much of a church on Sunday evening if you want with returmd to school at Texas. man to euter into quibbles, "hud babto know. Iivansville Sunday by the Southern Common School Diploma, per Dr. J. W. Meador, A. B. Oliver, Jno. bles that always cl.tss a mm with the $2.00, Miss Alice Waggoner has returned to Route. Cook, J. T. Mitcham went to Hardlns- - common herd. per month....... her home In Cloverport, after having The children, of Mr. nud Mrs. Stub, 3.0CV chaige of the Primary department in who have been very sick with pneumoper , 4.1 the public school here. Grand And Petit Jurors. nia, are almost wrll. W BACK OUT Mr. N B. Sanders is going around Wall Paper at Mat Pavne's from 5 Good board $3 and $3.25 per week seeing who will tigu a petition to help cents to 20 cents a roll. The following persons have been serve-aMr and Mrs. Geo. E Drury,of Mem- build a new High School building. He to Plenty of Cloverport Readers summoned petit juries jurors on the For particulars address phis, ferin , will arrive this week to Ims over $12o. 00 promised. grand and for the February be the guests of Mr, and AJrs. R. B. term of circuit court, which convenes Have This Experience. Miss Florence Simons is suffering McGlothlan. next Monday at Hardinsburg. with a bad eye caused from a severe Fine selection of wall paper at M. P. cold. Grand Jury. You tax the kidneys overwork Payne's, Irvington. Low price.'. Little Lowell Gilbert, wbo is on the them Chas. Fisher, Hugh Fry mire, James iy i ivy. Kev. U. F. Adair preached two fine sick list, is improving. They can't keep "up the continual Ricketts, Jeff Hook. F. P. Payne, Joe sermons on last Sunday at the First Judge Waggoner, of Hardinsburg, at- strain Glasscock, Tnos. Beard, John Elder, Presbjterian church. The music was tended the funeral of Mr. Winchell last The back sometimes gives out it Jack Lyons, Cas O. Berry, Sherman lino. The choir was assisted by Miss Tuesday. may ache and pain; Tuttle, Kirby Blaine, Guy Hart, Irvin Percy Beard sold to Beard Bros , the farm to Roland Snelling, also of our H Lilia Turner who sang a solo. Urinary troubles are likely to set in. Mercer, J. H Meador, C. E. Lightfoot, old fair grounds tract of ' G. W. Winchell was In Cloverport 96 acres at $40 neighborhood. Don't wait longer take Doan's Kid Win. Gilbert. John Flood. Cliff Davis. an acre. Si Pate bought these grounds Misses Myrtle and Emma Johnston, S iturday. Mrs. Kim Miller, of Howe Valley? ney Pills. of Fordsville, will spend the week end D. H. Smith, Mike Miller, S. P. Drury, about 12 years ago for $600. He sold it came to sec her mother, who is quite! with the Misses McGlothlan. Residents of this vicinity endorse Alex Eskridge and U. T. Polk. Louisville Market. to the Robertson Bro. for $1,100 and sick. 3? them. Foster Lyons, Jr.,of Big Spring,spent Petit Jury. they solvit to Percy Beard for $2,600. Louitv lie Fib. 5. Ej.'gs firm, fresh jus. ousns aaugnter, Miss Ethel, Can Cloverport people doubt the fola few days of this week as guest of reChas. Mobley, Charles Bowles, H. A. This shows how lands are increasing in has been a uite sick. case count 4Uc ; candled 41 and 43; hogs lowing evidence? latives here. Oelze, L. C. Taul, John F. Beavin, value in this county. Mrs. Dock Sprlngate, of Custer, is TVTo u n1 . kr.vt.i.. n. Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian 10 to 15c. higher, tops $0 45 a. u. t iuwinuicv, ywi t.ii .... i i OV..IT.I .. iv rust ri. ii lint, vr r v - r iir w iiut rinrriir in iv Thos. Rogers has bought the old nere with her mother, who is sick. church Wednesday evening. . Henderson, Ky., says: ''When Doan's C. Heron, Joe Stewart. J. a. aiiddler, Cubbage farm near Clarkson, Grayson Clyde Witt, of Mayse Grove, is heri For the purpose of launching a moveKidney Pills first came to my notice, I HARNED G. C. Dyer, FraUk Ruppert. Frank lar county. He paid f5000 cash for 277 attending school and Is boarding wit was confined to my bed with a lame ment to have a graded school in Irving-toboe, J. 'D. Owen, Geo. W. Payne, Dave acres. Mr. Rogers is one of our best his brother, Carl Witt. a mass meeting of parents,citizens Mrs. Clara Popham, of Louisville, is back. Every move I made sent sharp Moorman, A.C. McKaughn, Will Hunt- furmers and this county hates to give visiting her brother, Crawford twinges through me and I was also er, W. N. Adkisson, Harvey Potts, him up. To give you an idea of how Louisville Evening Post bothered by a difficulty with the kid- Andrew Elder, J. C. Mattlngly, H. A. he farms, he rented an old worn out Woman as Well as Ken aro Made Missrabls and Breckenrldge New"' Miss May Pile is in Hardinsburg this ney secretions. Deciding to try Doan's Ater, Saxton Dutschke, J. P. Keith. place lost year, nearMcQuady. It cocg one year $3.50. by Kidney and Bladdar Trouble. week the guest of Mrs. John Marshall. Kidney Pills, I had a box procured and Inhn R. Dvsr. 1. M. HprnHnn I A tained 150 acres, about 50 acres tillable. began their use. They gave me prompt Mrs. Delia Carman nnd children cpent RosSt Ci A. TiniuS) Jotms GraVi Pmt Off of this he inade180QO pounds of Kiduey Itoublc preys upon the mind, ROSETTA Sunday the guests of her daughter, tcnoi uuu suuu maut: me wen i ice: Jolly, Jno. Burke, Milton Butler, W. Ni tobacco which he afttdrfor- $1,200 and discouragesumliesseiisambition; beauty, that I cannot say too much in praise of Pate, H. B. Head and P. E. Scott. 5OO bushels of corn, if He paid a cash vigor aim cueertul-nes- s Mrs. Ben Harper, near Hardinsburg. Doan's Kidney Pills." soou disappear rent of $125. The place formerly rentBruce Moorman has been clerking in Quarterly meeting was held here For bale by all dealers. Price 50 when the kidneys are Kingswood Changes Hands. ed from $50 to $75 a year. The owner urday 't Beard's store and Sunday. n out of order or discents. Co., Buffalo, now asks faOO a year for it. eased. Miss Louis Baker was in town Friday. New York, sole agents for the United Misses Sue and Eltoro Ross, of Irv- Kidney trouble has The Kingswood College, it is said, G. W. Payne and charming daugh-ter- , States. become so prevalent Warner Dleckman and family have lusion, visited this week with Mkj Miss Virginia, spent Wednesday at Remember the name Doan's and has been sold to a corporation of Holi- moved to the home of his father-in-laurnestlne Dent. that it is not uncomness people for 921,000. The Rev. J. W. take no other. mon for a child to lie Hardinsburg. Miss bom afflicted with Hughes is still president and teacher Mr. Milt Bashani, of New Bethel. He visiting Fannie Turpln, of Louisville. Mrs. James Knott, who has been ill her aunt, Mrs. S. F. Ross. , will take charge of the farm. weak kidnevs. If the Consult T. N. McGlothlan for and retains full control. He aud Mrs. childurinatestoooftcu.ifthe urine scalds for the past year, is no better. Presiding Elder. J. T. Rush!. subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, Hughes are now in Florida for their A Remarkable Record the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an The Missionary Society met with Mrs. Times, Post, Herald, Farmers health. EHzabetbtown, spent Friday night witi age when it should be able to control the McCrumes Tuesday. An Interest- Home Journal, Stock Jon j. w. Mercer and family, passage, it is yet nfllicted with Yard JournNo one in the last ten years has left Let every al, Western .Recorder and Breck- depend pon it, thecauseof thediffi-cult- y ing program was rendered. w. xn. AUkisson spent Wednesday Mary Cornelia Moorman. is kidney trouble, and the first one attend these meetings and make enridgo the Business University of Bowling and Thursday at News. Hnrned, tep should bi towards the treatment of them better. Green, Ky., without a position after Floyd Trlplett and family moved these importantorgans. This unpleasant P. R. Payne made a business trip to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman are completing the combined course in trouble is due to a diseased condition of v. a. renters farm near Custer A Texas Wonder. receiving congratulations on the arrival Bookkeeping and shorthand. the kidneys ami bladder and not to a Kingswood Friday. week. habit as most people suppose. of u little girl at the'r home In LouisMrs. Bill Carman Is ill at this writing. Women as well as men are made miserCards are out announcing the man The Texas Wonder cures kidney and ville. She has been named for her BIG SPRING Mrs. Sherdie Bashani, was the guest able with kiduey and bladder trouble, bladder troubles, removing gravel, mother, Mary Cornelia Moorman. ufc ui mioses uarne and Dora Giloii and both need the same great remedy. of Mrs. Jas. Knott last week. nesiey wuson and Hennon Las cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, The mild and the immediate effect of Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Harper have rheumatism, and all irregularities of is" soon realized. Swamp-RoIt has been some time since you have bunday, Feb. 11 at 10:30 o'clock at It is sold Stock And Land Sale. sold their farm near Ephesus and will the kidneys and bladder In both men oy druggists, in fifty-ceheard ajiythlng from our little town, residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dud OIL and leave this week for Evansville, their and women. Regulates bladder troubWill write what news we have. size bottles. You may Will Sanders sold Vic Robertson a future home. les in children. If not sold by your Clover Creek News. Mrs. C. C. Murtin, who has be quite liave a sample bottle pair of mules for $310. "by mail free, also a The Union Society held their meet- druggist will ba sent by mail on resick, is greatly improved and we hope pamphlet telling all Taylor Mattlngly sold Beard Bros, on a fair road to recovery. ing here last week. ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle is.two Curtis Pate and wife, of Beechfo Uooj about Swbinp-Kooelb4ju-lu- month's treatment and seldom falls to Saturday a good work mule for $160. Miss Nell Cashman went to Hardlnsincluding tnaiy of the thousands of testi Charley Craycroft, of Meade county, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Vic Robertson shipped two car loads is visiting Miss Myrtle Brown, our Pate last week, snonial letters received from sufferers burg Friday, to be just the who found Swamp-Romuddy roads, lots of peo- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for of mules south last week, school teacher, who is also of Meade In spite of Mrs. Nolle Hendrick has been oa UnL remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug & Co., Uinguamton, N. Y., be sure aud ple from our country attended Beard's gists. oitjs. uai. l'reu ijyon soiu uis larm 01 05 acres county. mention this paper. Don't make any Red Tag Sale. Pays to advertise. near Custer to Pete Butler for $700. He Mr. Foster Lyons, who recently lost Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hendrick sui stake, but remember the name, Dr. B. F. May, wife and daughter, Miss moves to La Port, Texas, with his family his wue, is seiuing up tits tmeineu, the hollow last Sunduy, and the address, the first Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, next week. Lillian, attended church here Sunday, preparetory to leaving us. He sold his ' In four years'. HiugLonitou, N. Y., ou every bottle. d . I CUSTER NEWS AND PARAGRAPHS SIZE DOESN'T COUNT :: Hardinsburg, son-in-la- &S&t&&S&&Z& RURAL TELEPHONES !J m gaag35aNaisa-a;jl n. 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