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The Breckenridge news: April 10, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912041001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 10, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI RED LETTER DAY CABIN Conns PIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912. nomination for permanent chairman. Cries of nol no! nol went up from tho Taft side of tho house and another wrangle. R. L. Oelzo, from tho Taft sido, put in nomination D. C. Iloron. Young Mr. Whittinghill mounted a table and seconded the nomi nation of Judgo Ahl. )Io pled for his nomination and for Mr. Roosevelt. Said ho was tho greatest statesman in America and ho wanted the convention to instruct Ho gave Bradley a for him. Several other speeches roast. wero mndo, but amid so much confusion they could not bo heard. There was anojther call for a division of tho house. The same tellers, two Roosevelt nnd two Taft men, mounted tho stand and decided that Heron was elected. Mr. Heron took tho chair, thanked tho convention for tho honor bestowed, and said some men are born great and some near great. Only Kentuckians are great, and the greatest of all Kentuckians are Breckenridge county people. In tho course of his remarks, he took occasion to roast Judge O'Rear for tho part ho had been taking in this campaign. Ho boosted Taft and asked tho pleasure of tho convention. Rolley Meador was elected secretary over D. B. Phelps. The chair then appointed J. N. Continued on page 8 Pages No. 40 CLOVERPORT COMMERCIAL CLUB Making Efforts To NOEL BOARMAN ' FOR In THEL0G 's IS NOT GUILTY Hardinsburg-Saturday- vention a Warm Meet-Traito the County Seat Were All Crowded John P. Haswell Calls Republicans to Order in Court House. BOTH SIDES ARE VERY BUSY. Get Rolling Is Acquitted By The Jury In Come To Farm School Twenty Minutes-Charg- ed Cloverport-M- ay Have ExWith The Murder of Lewis-po- rt hibit Here Next Thursday Ticket Agent, Bert About Afternoon Four To BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal G rape C ream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE kind when the jury returned the verdict. AGRICULTURAL TRAIN Boarman had been in j ill since last July. The ending of the cae today E deepens the mystery surrounding Mccarty's murder. There will be little more court here. Both grand and petit juries have been Ekron Expecting A Big Crowd discharged. The chief and only jury A To Greet The Special-C- ar case so far was that of Noel Boarman charged with the murder or Bert McSmall State Fair-T- wo Cows Carty. On The Train And Other Live ROYAL O'clock. CLOVERPORT AWAITING REPLY The Cloverport Commercial Club is making arrangements to get the mobile schoolhouscs to visit Cloverport next Thursday afternoon when it comes down the Henderson Route. On account of the smallpox scare Cloverport was left olT of the itinerary when it was first arranged Announce ment will be made in the News next week, giving full particulars about the farm train's plans. Commissioner Newman writes the Club that he would be pleased to include Cloverport if train schedule can be made rightly. NO ARGUMENT Deepens. IN CASE. Tho Republican Convention hold at Hardinsburg last Saturday was a warm affair from start to finish. All trains coming in to Hardinsburg wero loaded with delegates. No such a crowd of people, politicians, postmasters, revenue men, old soldiers and has been seen in Hardinsburg for many a day. It was a red letter day for tho politicians and office seekers. Long before the time for convening tho convention, tho Court House was rammed, jammed and packed with Taft and Roosevelt delegates. The Roosevelt forces formed on Main street, headed with a large, white banner, bearing the name of Roosevelt in largo black letters. Thoy marched into the Court House and took their places on sida of tho isle. the right-han- d "While they were forming on the outside and getting in line, tho Taft followers had already capture I most of tho space in tho court room, and many of 'the Roosevelt followers wore unablo to get in. Soon as the Roosevelt fellows entered they paw what had happened. They were up against it. Promptly at 1 o'clock tho Hon. John P. Haswell called the convention to order. He pled for harmony and good order. He said against his will be was made Chairman of tho County Committee. He didn't want it and would rather some one else had been se lected. "But." said he, "I am proud of the honor and will do my best to give every man in the house a square deal. " Secretary A. R. Kincheloe- read - Marriage Announced. The marriage of Miss Anna Hewitt and Mr. Robert L. Witt, of Louisville, has been announced. The marriage took place in Jeffersonville February 27. Mr. Witt is a progressive young railroad man'and is a locomotive Hawesville, Ky , April 3 After twenty minutes deliberation, the jury found Noel Boarman not guilty of the murder of Bert McCarty, the Lewis-poticket agent, who was murdered on July 11, of last year. The evidence was purely circumstantial on both sides although the defense put up a pretty strong alibi. There was a great deal of interest over the case and the court room was crowded from door to railing. The case was commenced yesterday and mo.it of the day was taken up with selecting the jury. The case was submitted to the jury today at 3:50 p.m., and the verdict was reached before 4:10. The case was submitted without the argument of the attorneys for either side. Commonwealth's attorney Ben D. Ringo and County Attorney Jas. R. Higdon prosecuted the case, while E. C. Vance, of Hawesville defended Boarman. After Judge Birkhead had given the defendant a short talk he was permitted to leave at his pleasure. There was no demonstration of any rt Miss Mary Joiner Not Stock. TRAIN HAS CORPS OF EXPERTS Seriously Injured. The farm train of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and the State University will arrive at Ekron Thursday April 18 at 2:30 o'clock and stay two hours. Ekron is showing great interest in the arrival of the special and a large crowd of farmers from Meade and Breckenridge counties, Z. T. Cox Ss Sons, W. M. Fryraire, B. J. Figg and Henderson & Rice, the leading business firms of the town, are doing a deal of personal advertising for the car. They are also boosting Ekron and are planning big days for Ekron. "Come to Ekron" is their slogan and they are getting people's interest aroused In their little town. worstIsW in flooded area iP TO EVERY YOUNG WOMAN a I Information was received in Owens-bor- o yesterday to the effect that Miss Mary Joiner, who was injured in an automobile accident at Reynolds, Ga., a few days ago, was not as badly injured as was at first thought, and on the advice of her physicians, she will be brought to her home within the next few days, though she will not finish out the year teaching. Her father is with her and will accompany her on the trip home. Owensboro Messenger. REPUBLICAN MASS T At Break Is Widening In Reelfoot Country, But Situation At Hickman Better--Refuge- Car's Attractions. es Brought In. LOSS HAS BEEN ENORMOUS Hickman, Ky., April 8. Although the gap in the government levee over tho Reelfoot Lake country has widened to 1,000 feet, no other breaks have occurred and it is now believed the levee will not be a total loss, as it was at first feared. As a result of the break the water has fallen eight feet in Hickman, and although more land has been flooded in tho country below hero the situation so far as suilering of the flood victims goes remains practically unchanged. A number of houses have been swept away throughout tho flooded district, fourteen having been washed away at ono point in Kentucky twenty miles below bore, whore much of tho bluff overlooking tho rivor there has caved in. Many houses between hero and Mabel, twelve miles below, have been ruined. Nearly all of these houses are occupied by negroes and tho houses wero of tho flimsy variety. The occupants escaped, many of thorn being rescued by tho steamer, May Stewart, which arrived hero from that district. Other boats were immediately sent out following the arrival of tho May Stewart and thoy will pick up all thoso who have token refuge on tho high ground. Owing to tho fact that live launches tied in a float got away during the darkness there has been a shortage of boath to engage in rescuo work, but it is boliovcd practically all tho peoplo who have been marooned by tho Hood will bo brought in before tho end of the day. the call. Jesso R. Eskridge leader of tho Roosevelt forces was the first to get the ear of the Chairman. He offered a motion adjourning tho convention to tho east yard of the Court House whore there was plenty of room and all tho dole-gatcould have a fair show and their votes counted as cast. W. Sherman Ball, leader of the Taft forces, was on his feet in an instant and bitterly opposed the motion', and advised the Taft men to vote down the motion. Said there was plenty of room in tho Court House; tho move was useless and would take up too much time. The motion was lost. Mr. Eskridgo moved for a division of tho house and that tho voto bo oounted. Tho Chairman granted his re quest and asked that all who wero in favor ot qdjourning to tho yard to take their stand on his left and thoso opposed to tho motion to stand on his right. For a fow minutes tho house was in an uproar. Both sides calling for voters to como to them. Finally, by a hard rapping by tho Chairman, quiet reigned and tho Chair-mu- n appointed tellers to count tho voto. But thoro was no counting. The tellers had to guess at it from LOUISVILLEJARKET the size of tho crowd. Thoy finally agreed that the motion was lost, Top boga, $7,05, Butcher cattle in and this created much dissatisfacRoose- active detnandjprice 10 to 15 cents lower. tion with tho followers of es you stand and with the materials in your hands. Nobody else ever stood in your particular place or ever will stand in one identical; nobody ever has or can possess the same materials. You alone can fuse the elements. Hold your place, do not try to shift into the place that another occupies. Keep your eye on what you have to work with, not on what somebody else has. The ultimate result, the originality, flavor, distinction, usefulness of your life depend on the care, the reverence, and the intelligence with which you work up and out from where you are and with what you have" Ida M. Tarbell in The American Magazine. "The most interesting and important tiling in the world for you to do is to ivorh out your own individual life. You must build it from the place where Hardinsburg Saturday. Endorsed Col. Roosevelt And Insturcted Delegates To Vote For Judge O'Rear, Combs, And Edwards As Delegates. BarnetAnd Eskridge From The District DELEGATES NAMED OTHER FRANKCARTER Buys CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS Collins Fisher Homestead-Receiv- ed Deed Will Do Last Week. Residence Burns House Polk Home General And Practical Farming. ' Beautified. Improved. Handsomely er Im- The Republican mass convention at Hardinsburg developed several Interest ing features. The interest of Pres. Taft was looked after by a combination of federal and the officials in the court house. Ordinarily such a combination would be invincible and would simply crush out any opposition. In this Instance, however, the were arrayed against the sentiment of the rank and file. Early in the action the allied federal officeholders and court house officials brought their old "promise machine" into operation. The News suspects that there will be some Interesting explanations to be made later on. Mr. Jesse R. Eskridge was the only Republican leader at Hardinsburg who took up the light for Roosevelt. Before Mr. Roosevelt ever became a candidate, Mr. Eskridge announced, through the columns of the Nows.that he would advocate the nomination of Col. Roosevelt. Upon this announcement the Taft machine opened up a personal fight upon Mr. Eskridge as well as the oflice-holders office-holde- E. C. Martindale, of Indiana, grain expert, gives demonstrations of the germinating qualities of the seed corn. Emery C. Dent is on the traveling school advertising the State Fair and will have a souvenir invitation for every body. The small boy will get to see curious bugs, chickens, a beef and a mammoth sheep. In still another car he would see churns perform feats and go through evolutions that no churn he had seen had ever done; milk buckets with rubber tubes that reached up to the cow and almost did the milking while he looked on, while in the next car he would see a kitchen the like of whose wonders he had never dreamed of, and things being cooked for dinner before his very eye without a spark of fire. broad-beame- d Gets Majority Delegates In Wisconsin. Clark Gets Two Delegates And Third District Of In Doubt Frank Carter has bought the Fisher homestead and farm and received the "Cloverport, The Town Beautiful" deed for it last week. Mr. Carter has is tho slogan now and every citizen in been negotiating for it several months towu is being thrilled by it and are getting to work to improve their homes, and has rented it about three years. pavements and yards. Mr. and Mrs. Since he has been on the place, the John Burn are having their house new farm and home both have been improv)y painted and a large porch built ed. Mr. Carter will do general farming, across the front, giving it a handsome raising stock and large crops of corn Changed Inside-Othprovements. velt. Judge and hay. lie is paying particular attention to his orchard and takes much interest in apple raising. "Everything except wheat, I can manage well on this place," said Mr. Carter.will be a pride of Breckenridge county and in a few years Mr. Carter will have, at least, some of his plans realized. It is good to see this beautiful old place fall Into energetic and industrious hands and the commuSteers, $1.23 to 0.75. Spring lambs, 8 to ceiitu. Ileus, nity Is delighted that Mr. Carter has 10 cents. Eggs, 17 to 17 bought it. Ahl was then placed in la cents. "Wei-come-All" entrance. One of the sweetest homes in Second Street is that of Mr. and Mrs. Worfleld Collins. It is as neat as a pin and when people. the new veranda is added to Its Poplar Old Fashion Party. Street entrance, the house will be all the more attractive. Mrs. Luclen Chapln was a delightful Mr. Robert Polk Is having a splenhostess last week to an all day "tacking did hardwood iloor laid in the parlor of party". She had a splendid dinner his residence. One cannot tell which most interest in, and her guests tacked fouiteen balls of Mr. Folk takes the carpet rags forher. The guests were: house improvements or flowers. He has Phil Kramer, Mrs. Bob Pierce, a beautiful lot of Easter lilies this Mrs. Minnie Simons, Misses Rena and Miss a flower garden of Laura Satterfield and Mrs. Alvin year and his yard is green and gold. The News is not interested Id the political affairs of its Republican friends, only to the extent that it desires to give its patrons the news; but we will say for Mr. Eskridge, that he is a fearless political fighter, and has never been found subservient to any It is generally conceded that LaFoll u. ring or political machines. In the contest just past, while the sentiment of ette defeated Taft by 55,000. the rank and file were largely for Col. Roosevelt yet as far as the politicians were concerned, Mr. Eskridge waged his fight for Roosevelt almost single PARRISHJELEASEO handed and alone. We have seen Mr. Eskridge In several conventions and have never seen an in- Owensboro Bank Wrecker Goes dication, even, that ho endorses trickery or uufair methods in the'eonveution. Home A Free Man Has AcHe fights from the shoulJer out, and while political bosses may uudertake to cepted A Position In Florida crush him politically, yet the News believes that he has the confidence of the Only Three Years In Pen. The commission last Friday released another noted prisoner in the person of James H. Parrlsh, the former Owensboro banker. senParrlsh was serving a tence at Eddyvllle prison for receiving deposits after his bank became Insolvent. Parrlsh bad been confined for about three years. He was sent up from Hancock county. live-year Milwaukee, Wis., April 3. Late re turns from yesterday's primary sum marlzo the situation as follows: Wilson is certain of four delegates at large and six district delegations. Clark gets two delegates and the Third district is in doubt. A conflict is prob able in two other districts. Clark delegates were elected, but the preferential vote was for Wilson and the Wilson men Insist that the delegates follow in structions, despite the personal ,?'-- ifgocz5ifg Drury's Breeding Stock I POULTRY The Old Reliable jj- jMAKING IE Beef Blood NEST-BOX and Bourke Cochran Registry No. 2158, Vol. 5 I IMPROVED Weight of Hen Causes Platform to Tilt, Thereby Closing Door-S- ize Should Vary. Bone u by Denmark Chief No. GS2, 2nd dam by Coleman's Eureka F. S.; 3rd dam by Brinkor's Dunow No. 1000. Bourke Cochran is 16 hands high, weight 1150 pounds; beautiful head and neck, tho best back you over saw on a horse; good bono; without a blemish; fine mane and tail and carries tail right; novor needs a pinch of ginger. This hor&o is absolutely in a class to himself; standard and registered. Ho goes all the gaits fust and well. His gaits are natural and not acquired. Bourke Cochran has made a reputation that would bo HaS n nrnrlit fn unv Hvincr stallion. saddle never been defeated when being shown in tho model string and ha won tho blue in tho combined and harness :iore sweep stakes at the Ilodgcnville iMiir, L.uKuc county. Tho slzo of tho nest should vary to tho breed, writes Fred L. Bailey In tho Farm nnd Fireside. For Description and tho Asiatic breeds It should bo not less thnn 3 feet long, 15 inches wide deep. 20 BOURKE COCHRAN is u blood nnd nestIncheswalking Thoonhen enters by In tho plattho Iny stallion, foaled April 1912; right form. Her weight causes tho platform hind foot whito; siro Chcstor Daro to tilt, which, by means of tho levor No. 10, Grand Siro Black Squirrel attached, closes tho door. When tho No. 58; dam Mabl Denmark No. 2019 Pedigree FERTILIZER Manufactured by Virginia-Carolin- a Chemical Co. 1 Gives better results than any other brand. Place your orders early. For Sale by Fic".l Improved i Nest-Bo- z Arlington Dare Registery No. 3433 What Some Good Horse Men Have to Say: K. get-awa- platform causes tho door to open, and it stays open until she finds food nnd "water and Is ready to go back on tho nest. Tho box Is best with no floor, so tho nest can be made directly on tho ground. Explanation: A, platform, 1 feet long by which hen enters nest. B, board across back end of platform, on which sho puts full weight when entering nest, causing platform to tilt. C, lever attached to platform and door, showing door open. D, point where lever is attached to door. E, point hen leaves tho nest, sho goes for the light which comes in nt the slat door. Her weight on the front end of the W. C. MOORMAN, GLEN DEAN, KY. o , ioi c hoe 3( IOI ) O 4 Mr. Blank's Mistake I "I made a bad mistake said Blank to his wife. "I went to pay that subscription to the daily.which was 85. I found out afterwards that I had handed the agent a $10 bill and didn't notice it until he was gone guess he didn't either. suppose that fellow is honest and I'll get my money back, but it'll be some trouble." "I've been telling you" said his wife "that you should deposit your money In the bank and then pay by check. Then you won't be making such mistakes and having so much trouble." Was she right? She was. We invite one and all to open a checking account at our bank. 1 i 'in i ARLINGTON DARE h a bay stallion, star, hind ankles whito. Sire Ilighlund Daro No. 1534, he by Chester IXuo No. 10, dam M.iry Skclton No. 5153, she by Arlington Denmark No. 2G and ho by Mamhrino Denmark. This young stallion was foaleJ in 1908 and is a youngster of promise. He is bred where lever is attached to platform. right, is a strong individual and a bold going fellow, 'with plenty of size and finish. F, board attached to under side of FiGjzys 1 FIRST STATE BANK, Irving ton, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier x JXJ y trot". P. Harduvay "I like his bold, Bland "He is the best one that Pvc seen in these parts". Tom Taylor Dowell "Ho is just tho kind that I would have bought mysulf if I had Jbeen going to buy lie's a show horse, too. Walter Moorman "Has plenty of bone and substance". George Prather "Looks better every time y u see him". front end of platform, causing platform to stop on a level when door opens, and helping to balance platform. O, cleats with notches in upper ends for axles of platform to rest in. Notches are 8 inches from the bottom of tho box. H, partition board between nest and platform. I, nest. J, cover. THOUGHTS OF SPRING RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. t itr raer, tiro you interested ? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. at--Bou- These two stallions will be found at my place, mile East of Bewleyville, on the Louisville and Hardinsburg road and will be permittedto serve mares Cochran $20.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. Arlington Dare $15.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. 1 rke FEEDS Birds Should Have Variety, Especially Great Deal Reasonably Rich in Pro tein Lime Is Needed. Apoplexy among fowlB Is generally confined to tho overfat birds and gen- J 1 $ 2-Go- od Jacks-- 2 The This fmou Washington county Jack, known all over Breckeiuidge, Meade and Ilaidin counties for utility mules, with one of his sons. Independence, will J)o found at tbp above mentioned pluro whore they will bo ready for service at $10 for a colt that stmds up mid suck4-- . Ben is a .Jack of some aye, 15 hands high. best breeding .lack in the three counties. the 4th dav of July. 15i hands hiirh. will bo largo bono and black as a crow. Would look good at tho State Fair. s&tjfflwi " CraPwkwko.ffl H'M a &"" WmZ 'w'"'2wi6;i"aC 'i&WtUlfjif' erally the heavier breeds are subject to it. It is, therefore, necessary that tho keeper does not feed any great quantity of feeds to his birds, especially to tho heavier breeds. In the spring of tho year more than any other time of the year tho birds should have a variety of feeds, and especially a great deal of feed reasonably rich in protein should bo included in tho ration. eggs are usually produced in considerable numbers at this time of tho year. Tho reason for this generally lies In the fact that tho birds do not get tho proper feed. To form an egg shell the proper materials must be present, nnd if they nre not present egg Is tho result. the LI mo Is one of tho necessary materials needed in tho formation of nn egg shell, and nt this time of the year, when the hens are beginning to lay, a liberal amount of lime should be present at nil times where they can partnko of it when they desire. In providing any kind of feed whether it bo vegetable or animal feed, bo suro that it is puro and wholesome. Musty grains and rotten meats will cause sickness many times when tho flock is in perfect health. Soft-shelle- i 'j: niiuDCDiiun uumutnunnu tc cdumic , llluiiw n il li iiu.il tcicddidu (Incorporated.) . nniiDiuv uum. .,. i "HI ESS33SS?3W35353S5i Real Estate Department DO YOU WANT T0.BUY alarm or business? If you do you may find just what you need in this department. If you are interested in any of tho following properties, write us at once for owner's name and address. If none of those places suit you, write us at once tolling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU WANT IT and lot us introduce you to tho man who has tho VERY 31 d PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. Wo recommend tho following properties as boing2Prductive and fair in price. DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? IF YOU WANT CASH for your property, sond prico and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sollors of farm or businessproperties to make quick sales. M- j iU. & -- soft-shelle- d 1 300 acres 3 miles frcm railroad, e ncurcjamplo;ouomllotromschoo.-hous- To the get of Bourke Cochran and Arlington Dare , I will give premium of $20 and $15 respectfully for the best colt, the get of each. CI, Will give a premium of $10 for the best mule colt. A few mares from a distance kept'on grass at $1.50 per month. Accidents at owner's risk. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to merit a continuance of same, I am Very respectfully, CHAS. H. DRURY IRVINGTON, KY., Route No. 1 i . acres 1 mllo froFn Ekron. Meado ciiuntv! l milu of nubile school. 1 mllo graded school, good land i0Q acres pood land near Hasln Guineas as Watchers. Ir lKt, U Hreckonrldirecounty, ono A good point about guineas is that of tho best springs, In the county soctluns they mako a good "watch dog." Every l! acres I mllo South ol Uock valo, person who writes of theso fowls men- No. 7 good level land. 4 room dwelling house unci necessary outbuildings, tions this point, but a good thing will tenant housd and church lit 300 yards. I'rico school benr repeating, in common with wild $l,u50cash. birds, they nro always on tho lookout Q 74 acres. 3 m.Ies from Kirk, dwoll- N story 0 rooms an- porch, for enemies, and quickly detect hawks, good uull, tng IK tenant house, good ham and small dogs, strange persons, etc., that ven-tur- o iiml stuhlb. good orchard near. Their wild cries on such 100 acres iu ono and II acres In the other, occasions soon put tho intruders to iyv. 3V 121 from llurdlnsuurg; 121 acres lo- 3 KXI ucres mllo rout, and also put all the fowls on cated rrom llarnods M tntlu of Klnuswood miles tho placo on their guard. If hawks coHcrq. lOJucref) located on the railroad aro numerous a few guineas in tho NJi koocI barn 1U h mllo from flock will provo of great holp in pre- and crib, rcasoiuihlyisood Webster,well wator-house: side. I'ortlou of II. U, venting their depredations. outlet on Kurtz farm, l'rlco gJ.OUO Laying In Winter. o 12.3 ucres, Kood and luvol land, M 1U. I pood burnj nil land I'rico vroll Almost every hen running at large located) 3 miles from IrvlUKtou. cleared,(3,300 lays in tho spring and lays well. If tho poultryman can provide theso CI 7111) 140 acres, Smiles from Gustoo. well conditions through winter, his hens pO(OUU 3 miles from Irvlngton; good good young orchard; watered: will lay then tho samo as they do tlmbcr;oulays well; rural route; school house few yards naturally la tho spring. froii house: Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two good birns; b.rn and teuont house and els torn back in tho Ueld; luoat and hen house; Geese Pay Well. plenty woodshed; will Np kind of poultry keeping can be of sin ill fruit, selloueasy payments;address further particulars tiloyerport, Ky. carried on at so small an expense-- for J no. D. Uabbage, buildings and equipment as that of raising geese, because of the hardiness of the ulrds, and their desire to remain in the open air. No 3 108 ot Kirk, H mllo from school, well watered, springs near barn; on KurulUoute. acres, NIrk 1 A nu.barns, blcultivated; feed tobtcco 11H) In Nn iiu. i ! rt roomdwelllm;aduall;3tonai m Una Unntli n tiViti nn ltsltciia 1 250 acres lying n a valleys 5 In OU 2 1C0 3 good Sample. Kasj terms. level; all can be dwellings; 2 barn; 3 miles from - Ulea Nn I 175 acres 1 mllo East of stone v. Dean; good, strong lime soil, watorod by wells and sprlugs, on good county road, near good school uud churchos. Now tobacco barn cost II, 200, 3 stock barns, good tenant houses, lino clover and grass land. I'rico W.IOO. li u E Two-tract- s acres located 1 mllo north of I'rico 2,000. H cash bit'imco In yearly payments, . NIrv IU 1U. IK 1 135 McQuady. in lJ d, well Improved: good orchard; well watered; an Ideal place. I'rico 10, OOp; hi cash, balance on easy payments. N!n 1 This Is ono ot tho liu.suction. siiUmlurhlgh state best farms In of cultivation that 1 ucres located near Irvlngton $4,000. acres i miles from Ifardlus-iburg, county seat; well improv i'di ono of the best farms In the county. 1'rtee 21)0 ft jn IO m. l'or I09 acres four miles wtwtof CO iPi,UUU Oleudeane, 3 miles from branch railroad ;ull fresh laud; 100 acres iu cultivation; 60 acres In grass; will produce the bast corn, wheat and tobacco fa neighborhood; ulonty lasting water, well at door of dwell-Inifoir dwiiilliur. a rooms and stdo room pood stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant nous floaty of good timber for farm purpo' good lauu to clear, I'rico W.000M cash. f(( Now is The Time to Subscribe 6 SARAH BERNHARDT "Camillo' In Her Masterpiece Will Bo Of Seen In The Height Motion Picture Product- Indigestion nausea, impure blood, and more (rouble than many different kinds, of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms arc absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try 262 ion In Louisville The height of motion picture production is reached in the French American Film Company's preson;atlon of tho two glories of the French stage, Sarah ," Bernhardt in her masterpiece1 and Gabrlello Rejanc In her greatest comedy creation, "Madame With the variety of Sans Gene." motion pictures now being presented on every side, It is difficult to explain the extraordinary qualities of these two series, which are now being showed for the first timo in America, and which will be seen at the Shubert Masonic Theatre, (Louisville) for an engagement of ono week, beginning Monday, April 8. Matinees will be given dally at 2:15 and the night performances will commence promptly at "Ca-mille- causes heartburn, sour stomach, nervousness, Cillrc k311ti9 Pretty Tub Silks THE M0ST APPROVED STYLES AND COLORINGS C'flLrc' i3111i 27-inch OF PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS-BLA- CK AND COLOR- SAT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES Shower Proof Foulards 18-inc- li Fancy Silks Plain Silks 45c Yard 32 55c Yard 35c Yard Lout-sines, Soft-finishe- 65c Yard In this lot of Plain.colored Silks are Twill Messallnc, Plain Epcngle andTricotlne; all the new spring shadings and really worth $1.00 a yard; to sell at 05c a yard. Bedford's Black-Draught nice line of Pretty Wash Silks; inches In width; suitable for summer waists and dresses, also for men's shirts; an extra wearing silk; priced at the low price of 4."c a yard A Shower-proo- f and Satin This extra lot of Fancy Silks conFoulards, In n large line of neat and sists of Checked and Striped attractive designs; hlso brocaded efTaffetas, in fects; nil the n w shades for spring checks and stripes, in a large line and summer season;unusual bargain of colors, would assuredly make a at Ooc a yard. pretty and inexpensive dress. d the old, reliable, vegetable Extra Quality Black Silks Fine 36-Inch 24-inc- h Plain Colored Pongee 8:15. fe w t I'' I r r V IS t Comparatively few poople on this side of the atlantic have had the opMrs. Riley Laramorc, of "1 Ooodwater, Mo., says : portunity of seeing either Mme.Rejane suffered for years from dyspepgreat maor Sarah Bernhardt and the sia and heartburn. Thedford's jority who have never enjoyed this in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few privilege can probably gain a more days, ana now can eat without accurate idea of the work of these two Try it. distress." this medium than would artists through be possible in any other way. Insist on Thedford's The making of these films have engaged the attention of tho literary and dramatic world for months past. Not a little difficulty was experienced by the promoters of the scheme in persuading Madame Bernhardt to consent DAMAGE OF THE HIGH WATER to appear and it was only when she DURING THE LAST WEEK was made to realize that her different character creations could, in this manThe greatest damage has resulted ner, be incarnated and immortalized on the lower Ohio and upper Miss that she did consent. issippi streams. At Hickman, Ky.,tho levee broke and thousands of people Why He Was Late. were rendered homeless and much proc-ertmade you so late?" destroyed. No lives have been "What "ImetSmlthson." lost. Illinois, Tennessee, Missouri and "Well, that is no reason why you Arkansas river towns were likewise should be an hour late getting home to heavy losers from the Hood. The U. supper." S. government sent tents to the striken "I know, but I ask him how he was sections to shelter the thousands driven feeling, and he Insisted on telling me from their homes. Pres. Taft, In a special message to congress recomabout his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamber- mended that immediate aid be sent the lain's Tablets?" sufferers of the llooded districts and the latter promptly voted "Sure, that is what.he needs." 150,000 for Sold by all dealers. a temporary relief fund. The latest reports are that the stre Wilson Sentiment Strong ams are receding and all danger Is past. The general rains have ceased There is no Kentuckian better posted and people are returning to their on national politics than Urey Woodson homes again. editor of the Owensboro Messenger,and Later Press dispatches yesterday National Committeeman for Kentucky. morning state that the levee at Cairo, In a conversation with the editor of 111., gave way Thursday, causing eight The News in Louisville Wednesday, deaths and damaging the c'ty $5,000,000. Mr. Woodson discussed the political 8,000 people fled the city. At Memphis outlook in several of the states, show- the river is three feet above the high ing how favorable it was to the candi-dic- y record mark. of Woodrow Wilson. In Indiana tie delegates are instructed for Mar"Suffered day and night the torment shall but Tom Taggart is known to of itching piles. Nothing helped me favor Wilson as second choice as he until I used Doan's Ointment. The knows that the nomination of Wilson result was lasting." Hon. John R. will help tha Democrats to win the state Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. In Pennsylvania offices in Indiana. both sidei.in endefivoringto gain party Oil Rigging Moved. control, are putting up Wilson delegates. Ir. Illinois, Roger Sullivan, by Haweiville The Snowden oil long odds the most Influential man in rig has been moved here from the state. Is for Wilson and is going to Caney Creek, four miles from town, carry that big state for him. Wilson carried Wisconsin over Clark in the where a deep well was put down with derrick is primary Tuesday and on next Tuesday out results. An eighty-foo- t now up, and the work of boring on the the Illinois primary will be held. E'town News. high school property In town will begin at once. The Messrs. Snowden are from Indianapolis, who have many payNotice. ing wells in both Indiana and Black-Draug- ht, 1 y pros-peci'n- liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Clack SIIKs, Consisting of 1 I This slik that is being used so extensively for coats and dresses. . Oll-Boll- ed Black Peau do Sole Black Satin Duchess Black Twill Messaline Taffeta SjJ V-J- f sf a yard J i. This Silk is 24 inches wide and comes in all plain shades; rough woven and very stylish Suitable for separate coats and one piece dresses. offering at 2oc a yard. 25c A most unusual SIL.KS that you would expect to pay 1.25 for; special value 8Sc Foulard Silks Messaline Silks Fancy Silks Silk Pongee At 50c you can have choice of Messallnc, all with stripes this price we are leaturine a At in black and white; plain Satin Foularge line of Satin and Twill Messaline with hairline stripes;and lards, in all the new spring, shadFancy Messalino with ings; handsome designs;21 Inches in designs. Indeed, a most attractive width and really worth up to 65c a lot of newest silks for soring dresses and waists. yard. ribbon-stripe self-colore- d 39c 50c All-Silk 29c At this price we are offering an Crepe de Paris. This goods has a self colored hairline stripe, and in all the new shades; also an 18 inch Sola Silk, with a neat self colored deslgu, at 2!)c a yard. 39c 39c a yard is a very small price for this fashionable All Silk Pongee in tan and natural colors. At this price you can also buy a Shaggy Shantung; full line of shades. Plain Jap Silk in All shades and black and white. sale now at, ayard On 27-inc- h Silk Braze of styles and self-colored Plain Satin Messaline designs fl a large line OQ at the most extraordinarily low price Sg 3(5 inches in width; extra finish; comes in all shades special value at. . . . QfZ OiJL. Always The Best For Less got us in a peck of trouble. You have made the girls believe I am rich anu handsome. The result is I am receiving about ninety eight proposals a day. Didn't you know this was leap year? Now I have to marry or jump in the river. When it comes to handing down boques Muffet, you are the goods. Those who don't like this mud and slush please take the elevator. Joe Mulhatten, Jr. Carter's Landing. .Bacon a sons J INCORPORATED Mail Orders Carefully Filled Market Street Between Third and Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one vear $3.50. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely RIVERJW8 Ohio On Until A Stand-Still-Last 40 3 YEARS Per Cent on Time Deposits Safe Place to do Business. Rise Suspe- June-Naviga- tion nded-Show ing-Launc- Boats Com Will Be . 97 PER CENT. PERFECT t IK. IK" By voluntary act of a majority of the stockholders of the Bank of Glen Dean, the business of said Binle is closed and its affairs will be speedily wound up as provided for by law. All depositors of said Bank will be paid in full upon their demand by The Hank of Ilardmsburg "& Trust Company, which latter Institution is named the liquidating agent of said Bank for the purpose of closing and winding up its affairs. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Liquidating Agent for The Bank of Glen Dean, hes Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electlc Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes, 25c and 50c, at all stores. Built An Unusual Record For A Pile Here. When Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, of Lin coin, Nebr., located the cause of piles and found a successful Irward remedy for piles, he had it put on sale under a strict guaranty of satisfaction. In ten years only 3 per cent, of users have asked for their money back, and it speaks well for this scientific ooo modern remedy. Get a guaranteed f 1 Show loving people will this season package from A. R. Fisher or any drughave njore shows on the river than usual. Several of the boats have re- gist, or write to Dr. Leonhardt Co , Buffalo, N. Y., for free mained in the south and will show on Station B their trip up and then come back later booklet. in the season. All the boats now are presenting high class plays and as soon as the calliope turns loose on "Away Rev. Mr. Hudson Dead. Down South in Dixie", it will be the same old rush for reserve seats The Rev. Leslie H. Hudson, pastor ooo of the First Presbyterian church iu Owing to the high water, navigation Owensboro, died of a complication of is about all suspended. The Lee Line diseases, Friday night. Ho leaves a will not send out any boats for several wife, who was Miss Jane Fleming weeks on account of so many landings Brodlo, and two children. being under water. Tho Louisville and Evansville Packet Lino continues to Mitchell-Boyd. make trips. As soon as the water recedes, a large amount of coal will start South on tho big v.ter. Miss Louise Mitchell, ago nineteen, and Frank Boyd, ago eighteen, were ooo The Golden Girl is doing a good ex- married in Evansvlllu last Saturday cursion business out of Owensboro. morning. They will make their home Sunday she took out a crowd for Evans-vill- with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Every since she has beenln com- Frank Boyd in Owensboro., The bride mission she has had big crowds out and and groom are popular young people of Owensboro, Is proving to'.be a money maker. The river has reached a stand Here and will slowly begin falling. According to eld river men, this will be the last rise of the season,! even the June rise will hardly materalize owing to the lateness of tho rainy season. This will give the low creek bottoms plenty of time to produce good crops. IIEM-ROIIIEM-UOID e. The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. Joe Mulhatten, Jr., Getting Proposals. Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky- and the South. - IV U li' Buys tte TTniF """ Bell the Robert near Irvlngton. Tin "'"' I am up against it good and strong this year. Am sorely in need of an Our subscription to the Easter hat. News is out. Tie question is shall we go bareheaded this year or do without Bell Farm the home paper. Oh well, darn it, we r9 TTacnnfl Visa VinnnKf will take the paper if we have to go " "' farm of thirty acres barefoot Look here, Mr Muffet, you have Consideration $1,500. SUBSCRIPTION MAILED THE PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH THE KENTUCKY """ ".. of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff It will convey I to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and economical standpoint. IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Produco n Lighter and moro Uniform Quality, Got greater results with less efl'ortf want your baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family FOB A LIMITKD TIM- E- The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND will ho sent to Prompt paying unci Then Use Lewisport Best Flour It will do alUhis and moro. anteed Every sack guar- In renewing, Stato whether you want Tho Kentucky Farmer One Year, $1 ."Send Subscriptions Cloverport, Ky. To New Subscribers, both MILL CO. LEWISPORTKentucky Lewisport, ooo The Breckenridge News Several now launches will be built here this summer. Subscribe Today! THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APR. 10, 1912 Subscription price $1.00 n yenr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. The purpose is to form n State organization of printers, it is an endeavor to put tho printers of Kentucky on tho same piano with tho printers of other Stntcs through tho systematic study of costs and oflicient methods. This U a great movement and will bo tho foundation stono of the school of teaching Kentucky fo npprcciato tho value of perfect printing. Printing is one of tho greatest arts of tho world today and it is one of tho great forward movements .of progress. If you do not uso tho art of printing in your business, in your clubs, in your churches and all other enterprises, you will bo lonesome as certain a tho April showers. Tho deaths caused by tuberculosis in Breckcnridgo county is t week four victim of this tcrriblo discaso appalling. in tho News and one tins week, uur county is as were repotted healthy as any place wo havo as much sunshine and fresh air as most counties. Wo believe our pcoplo ought to tako better care of themselves and mako it their mission to avoid this horrible germ. Plenty air in tho sleeping room, and plain substantial food with proper exercise ought to lessen tho death rate made so largo by L-is- WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber and 2 inches thick, 10, 12 antl 14 feet long; Dry preferred but will tako it green from tho saw, for which I will pay highest market price. 1, 20,000 Feet No. 1 Common I carry a completo stock of BUILDING MATERIAL Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed and Foundation Stono, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, Window nnd Door Framesand other Planing Mill work made to ordor. We announce this week our now serial, Excuse Mo by Rupert Hughes, author of Tho Old Nest. Any one, who has read this charming little book will with eagerness look forward to reading, Excuse SCHOOL SUFFRAGE FOli WOMEJV. This serial is as funny as The Old Nest is sweet and appealing. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of tho Commonwealth Me. We take pains as well as money to purchase for our readers, serials of Kentucky: entertain and nre from the best writers. Sec. 1. That all women possessing the legal qualifications re- that quired of male voter.s in any common school election, and who in ad"Solid as a rock for 40 years," says tho Breckenridge Bank. dition arc able to read and write, shall be qualified and entitled to This is absolutely true and is good advertising. Forty years of fail,' vote at all elections of school trustees and other school oflicers re- honest dealing is a record of which to bo proud. quired to be elected by the people, nnd upon all school measures or questions submitted to a vote of the people; and all women possesstne home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Dix STEPHENSPORT NEWS Saturday night, when they were host ing the legal qualifications required as to males shall bo eligible to and hostess at a choir social. The hold any tchool office or office pertaining to the management of house was beautifully decorated in schools. Provided, however, that this act shall 'not apply to any Attend Choir Social. white and yellow. Fifty guests were election the qualifications of the voters at which are otherwise pre- Fifty Guests present. During the evening music Shephard Preaches and games were enjoyed and delightf Rev. scribed by the Constitution nor to any office as to which the Constitution otherwise prescribes the qualilicatio-- s of the persons eligible Per- refreshments were served In the dining Farewell Sermon-Li- ve room at 10:30 o'clock, with a souvenir thereto. for each guest. sonals And Other Items. Violin music was Sec. 2. In all places where a registration of the qualified voters rendered by Ernest Greemvell accom is now or may hereafter be required women who are, by this act, panied by Miss Esther Pavne. Also There will be services at the Methodqualified to vote shall be registered at the same time and place and M. Kell, reading by Miss Lelah Hawkins and a ist church Sunday. Rev. R. by the same oflicers and in tho same manner as male voters; their of Kingswood, will preach nt 11 o'clock solo by Rev. C. R. Shepard, Jaccom-panieby Mrs. O. W. Dowell. registration, however, being made in a separate book to be furnished a. m. and at 1 p. m. All are invited. Miss Bettie Bryant, of Tell City, is by the count' clerk as is prescribed by law in the case of male votErnest Greemvell, of Illinois, is visitvisiting her sister. Mrs. Frank Blaine. ers. And all the provisions of law relating to the registration of ing relatives. Mrs E. A. Smith, of Pine Hill, was male voters are hereby made applicable to the registration of women Mrs. Thompson, of Louisville, is the l. Mrs. Shively's guest Sunday. guest of her sister, Mrs. George qualified to vote by this act. Sec. 3. When the elections referred to in Section 1 of this act Gibson and daughand are held on the &ame day with the State, county or city elections, Mr Mary, Mrs. Will Mrs. Joe Fitch, Mr! and ter, separate ballots, similar to those lequired in other elections, except Isabelle Burn and Mr. and Mrs. Harry that they contain only the names of candidates for school officers or Hamman, of Cloverport, attended Sticks to His Brush and is questions relating to schools, shall bo provided for women voters church here Sunday. Steadily Progressing in His qualified under this act; otherwise the elections shall be held accordMrs. Harry Hamman and son, Rob ert. of Cloverport. were the guests of of the general election law. ing to the provisions Art-W- ill Go to Paris in June-Wri- tes week. No. 55. Law when to take effect emergency clause. No act, Mrs. P. D. Hawkins last Fine Article. Miss Mary Basham was the guest of except general appiopriation bills, shall become a law until ninety relatives last week and attendee tne days after the adjournment of the session at which it was passed, ex- Choir Social Saturday night. Hardinsburg, Ky., April 8. cept in cases of emergency, when, by tho concurrence of a majority Will Gibson, of Sample, was in town (Special.) Ernest Haswell, son of of the members elected to each House of tho General Assembly, by a Sunday. yea and nay vote, entered upon their journals, an act may become a Mrs. Jane Gibson, of Cloverport, was Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Haswell, was at homo a few days last week law when approved by tho Governor; but tho reasons of tho emergen- the guest of Mrs. Bennett Sunday. cy that justifies this action must bo set out at length in the journal of Dr. Shively has purchased a gasoline from Cincinnati, where ho has been an art student for several launch. each House. years. Mr. Haswell's talent unRev. C. R. Shephard preached his resting because of energetic amfarewell sermon Sunday night to a bition through these 3'ears, ha? asBOWMAR FOR W1LSOM. give We regret to large audience. sorted itself from the first. Last success in his year ho won Editor Bowmar of tho Woodford Sun decides for Woodrow Wil- him up and wish him tho Louiso Ingalls new field of work. scholarship for merit. For some son. Ho writes editorially: "Tho Sun has been in no haste to announce its preference in tho Quite an enjoyable affair was that at time he has been the assistant of Clement J. Barnhorn, a sculptor Presidential race. Being entirely free from prejudice against any of national reputation. Ho has of tho Democratic candidates, and equally free from prepossession in just finished four figures favor of any one, wo have had no desire except to speak a word for for tho Newport Theatre. His literary ability give ready that man whoso nomination would be most advantageous to his counexpression to his knowledge of try and to his party. Wo have, at different times, regarded first ono brown's art. Already has his pen pround then another of tho candidates with favor, being desirous to get duced articles that havo attracted ut nothing but tho truth. attention anions art lovers ono Tho result of all this has been our final conclusion that Woodrow of M3 productions was recently reOh, dem same old good printed in an European art jourWilson is tho man whom tho Democratic party should nominato, not nal. Tho Juno number of The only in the interest of tho purty itself, but also in tho interost of the International Studio, tho greatest country." am noti ripe at Brown's art journal published in tho English language, will contain Mr. j'0 rOTES FOR CLOVERPORT WOMEJV lVC'I! Haswell's article. "Criticism of of that A FREE TASTE tho Society of Western Artists' PEANUT BUTTER will setCloverport's women aro disappointed. Thoy thought by tho Exhibit." 8chool Miifrngo bill for women passed by tho last General Assembly tle the argunicnt.at Brown's About August ho will lcavo of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky that thoy would get to voto for Cincinnati and sail for Paris whore It what you want is what pleases school trustees at tho coming election. Tho bill is published here ho will spend a year or more in you, and it pleases you when work and study. His study will with in lull, also law No. 55. Tho bill has no emergency clause, you get it, you will include visits to diil'oront art mu therefore, our won.cn will not got to voto this year. Tho election of Get It At seums, whero tho originals in both school trustees will tako placo tho first Saturday in May. Tho names ancient and modern art so richly to bo dropped this year uro those of Messrs Will Pato and J. D. Sea-toabound. Besides these two, our other trustees aro: Chas. Hamman, M. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Weathorholt and John M. Gregory. Now, you women cannot voto this time, but you can remind your husbands to voto. Lets havo a Antha M.Roberts,Aduir.,Plff. ) tNo.3277 vs. rousing school election and keep up interest in it until tho first SatAntha M.llobets Heirs, Deft. ) urday in May. All porsons having claims' against 1 d Drit-kel- THE PEOPLE, XOT THE J'OLITIGUJVS SHOULD RULE In view of what happened last Saturday all over this state the Democratic State Executive Committee ought to grant Judge S. W. Ilager's request and order a preferential primary election for choosing delegates to tho National Democratic Convention. Every Democrat who has the welfare of his party nt heart and is willing that a majority of the voters shall rule should join in this request. It is the rjo-hthin to do and the best thing. Tho News is for Wilson first, last and all the time, but if he is not tho strongest man it will stand by the will of tho voters. Conventions are a farce, so far as tho will of the pcoplo is concerned. The will of the politicians is not tho will of the pcoplo The Democratic politicians arc now in Kentucky actually dictating to tho rank and file of tho party who shall be the nominee. Let the people and not tho politicians rule. t That was wonderful work tho men did in saving Mayor Barry's house from fire Monday afternoon. Tho roof broke out in flames a few minutes before five o'clock and in less than thirty minutes tho aro surely tho men had it under control. Cloverport's wo wish wo had some kind of a fire department to asbest ever and firo-fightci'H at tho lowest possible prices consistent with good ship and material. Cetir'iric lUllUdLlb Painting, Plastoring, Concreting, Stono and Brick Work CnrPcntcrin workman- Prices and estimates on application. sist them. The firo was caused by a defective flue nnd discovered by a small colored girl. Considerable damago was done to the roof. MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Ky. Don't let anything except illness or death, keep j'ou away from the traveling farm school next Thursday. It has eight cars, six of with export teachers to give us u two them rolling school-house- s lesson on anything from keeping a clean kitchen to raising live hours stock. And get acquainted with Commissioner Newtnan, who is at the head of the agricultural department and doing so much for tho developemcnt of our State. a- - JYYVOWty mSL (mAA (Spy WnL pwy i i 's . .MKXBrY 1 T Bl v The first and greatest consideration in investing money is to put it where the principal sum will be SAFE BEYOND ALL QUESTION, and where you will always be able to get it if you want It. The rato of interest A man is in feWa Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 Surplus $22,500 & TRUST CO., WwWMMm r&f should be fair, but no difference in the rate of interest can compensate for even the slightest degree of uncertainty as to getting back the principal, AT ANY TIME and without sacrificing any part of it. ernesThaswell which lie well as savings accounts. a bad box who has his money tied up in some investment We take good care of "commercial," as cannot quickly "turn." Resources $372,600 :: Hardinsburg, Ky. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky .1 OFFICE OVER FARMERS' 1RVINGT0N CEMENT BANK CO. -- V BLOCK real PEANUT life-size- d MANUFACTURERS OF BUTTER Building Blocks, Porch Columns, Window Sills, Coping and Gate Posts Sidewalk Work and Hollow Building Blocks a VH SAYSO CONES Specialty R. B. McGLOTHLAN, Manager Box 64 Irvington, Ky. Telephone 43-- 3 Poland Chinas for Sale Bred Gilts. Sows with j'oung pigs and Summer and Fall pigs weighing up to 100 pounds and of most approved typo and breeding. Prices reasonable. n. mH0 "Don't bo tho author of your own loncsonicncss" is what tho Bon Franklin Club of Louisville wrote to tho Master Printers of Kentucky in extending to them on invitation to attend tho First Ken tucky Cost Congress. This meeting is held in Louisville tomorrow. For Clean Service S. J. BROWN, Proprietor Cloverport, Ky. the estate of Antha M. Roberts, (deceased) are notified to present such claims, duly proven as required by law, to the undersigned commissioner, at the circuit court rterk'a office at Hardinsburg, Ky., on or before May 1, 101 2. Lee Walls, M. C. B. C. 0. COME AND SEE OUR STOCK W. J. OWEN & SONS R. No. 1 Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. McCrackcn and daughter, Miss Beatrice, jpent Saturft $ Forget When day In Louisville. WEDNESDAY, APR. 10, 1912 Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Proctor Keith will go 1 to in one of the Hudson THIS frAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN houses in High street. BY THE ADVERTISING Wanted To Keep House Mrs. Fred Fraize returned home with VTANTKI) To k'pP Ixrt'so for ma1l fnml Mrs. R. N. Hudson and Miss Virginia In tlio ruutiiry, AilclreM Ml l.uey that you can bo robbed ns well A.Liiwvm), Kkron. Ky. Hudson, of Versailles. GENERAL OFFICES as your property burnt up. FOR SALE Misses Isabelle Burn nnd Mary GibNEW YORK AND CHICAGO U son were guests of Miss Marion Dix at Protect yourself nnd your busiCOIt AT,nCliAtman Incubator; scM 140 ; 3RAJCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES wrlto for imrtlcu- cff.j Inooa Stephensport Sunday. ness with 0110 of our policies inr. It I , Ncwofllec. Joe LaHeist is improving his properWo write nil form of Burglar HUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS WHITE OAK TREES .FOR SALt ty in Elm street nnd will convert it In Insurance. to appartments for rent. Onk trees not Including tlo "infl Whlto from I to 14 miles from river vu tlmlxTi Never let anyone see your handker$ 2.50 Addicss W. H AKhby, Cloverport, Ky.liT tf For Precinct and city Offices Fire, $ 6.00 chief, matters not how pretty it is, sajs For County Offices For Sale f, 15.00 the and District Offices For State 15 liorMs power FOIt SALE A Wntklns nvike. instationery Rood re.10 Knitlnoi Miss Georgia White left Monday For Calls, per line Bonds pair. UreckunrldRo News. Cloverport, Ky. .10 afternoon for Memphis to visit her For Cards, per line neice, Mrs. Edwin Bell. For All Publications In the inter.For Sale est of Individuals or expression MortROKcsund nllklnds Mrs. Ryan will arrive from Hardins-bur- g FOltSALK-DeeNews, blanks. 10 Deeds, Mortgages and other of individual views tier line this week to spend a few days Cloverport. Ky. i' Legal Papers written nnd with Mrs. Hllllary Hardin. nl! forms of acknowledgeNat Roberts was in Hardinsburg yes terday and bought two fine young ments tnken. mules from Vic Robertson. BREVITIES I Mrs. Hnrry Hamman and son, Rob ert, visited Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Hawkins in Stephensport last week. II. -Miss Kathrlne Moorman was a guest Marion Fresh Fish at the English Kitchen. house-partgiven Easter In LouisBerry was In Evansvllle Sun- at a Owen ville by Miss Virginia Taylor. Clowport, Ky. day. Mrs. Allen Black and little daughter While they Last at Mrs. Cordery for the latest thinRs See Margaret Eva, were in town Friday the n hats. guests of Mrs. Lucy Gregory. Mike Tucker spent Easter in LouisMiss Mary Jarboe, of Bowling Green, TO HAVE ville. was home Sunday the guest of her parBeautiful, are Mrs. Cordery's spring ents, Mr. and Mrs. See window display at Drug Store John L. Jarboe. hats. Miss Mary Kennedy, assistant adverCLEAN-U- P of DAYS Miss Edith Burn went to Hardins tising manager of J. Bacon & Son.spent burg Monday. Easter with her parents at HardinsHenry DeH. Moorman, of Hardins-bur- burg. Next Thursday, Friday, And Satwas here Monday. Mrs. C. M. McCracken, of Louisville, Time For urday Cleaning-U- p Edward Morrison, of Irvlngton, is and Miss Portia McCracken, of Bucyrus, visiting relatives here. Ohio, were guests of Mrs. L. T. Reid The Town. Improvement If your saddle needs a pad or repbrlng Thursday. League Has Fourteen New Let every citizen jam in this movement bring It to C. P. Babbage. Mrs. English has returned home from and have n clean town. Mrs. Cordery's spring line of hats Franklin, Tenn., where she visited her Members-W- ant 100 Mrs. Bute Washington is at home daughter, Mrs. Robert McEwen and represent the very latest. after a protracted visit to her daughter, other relatives. John Weisenberger, owner of the NOTES Mrs. Perry Weaver, of Louisville. Mrs. Harry Hills and baby and dau- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL English Kitchen, has been ill. Mrs. J. M. Herndou and son, ghter, Miss Julia Hills, of Richmond, Miss Rav Lewis Hevser will go to are in Brandenburg, the guest of arrived Saturday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marshall nnd son, Albert, Loulsvllletoday for a short visit. Mrs. Will Pate. are guests of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Mr. Jas. Lewis. Mrs. H. V. Duncan entertains the Mies B. Ada Drury, of Louisville, Announcement has. been received here Tom Payne, at Bewley ville. Reading Club tomorrow afternoon. , of the arrival of a little daughter at the Miss Laura Hale will have her spring after spending several days with her JuneLawson, of.Lewisport, was the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Harville, millinery openinc Thursday and Friday sister, Mrs.R. B. McGlothlan, left Sunguest of Miss Susette Sawyer Easter. day morning for Indianapolis to observe of Murray, Ky. of this weekjat Rosenblatt's. New line spring hats in all the latest Mrs. W. J. Piggott is in Washington, in the schools of that city. M. Denton led the Epworth Marion styles and shapes at Mrs. Ccrdery's. Exquisite pattern hats the best ever League Sunday evening and a solo by D.C., attending the Missionary Couucil Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot entertained Mrs. Reid was onejof the especial parts of the Methodist Episcopal Church brought to Irvlngton, at Miss Hale's millinery parlor at Rosenblatt's. the Ladies Reading Club last Thurs- of the program. South, this week. day. The School Improvement League held !iza Airs. Nora Board and Misses Mrs. Chas. Skillman, of Morganfield, Richard Witt.lof Louisville, visited spent Easter n Nashville with her dau- Piggott and Julia Lyons are receiving a most interesting session Friday Bftei- his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Nolte last ghter, Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman, congratulations for the most creditable nooii, April 0. Many plans (or improve week. of Belmont College. Easter program, which they arranged ment are under discussion of Hawesville, Rev. J I. Reagon, of Elizabeth, Ind , Mrsv Eliza Sterrett, Mrs. David Phelps will entertain and presented at trie Methodist Sunday. preached to h large audience at the came Monday to visit Mrs. V. H. Bow Wednesday afternoon for her aunt, school Easter morning. ' mer. Miss Johnnie Moorman has returned Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Miss MaryJPhelps. The guests will in' to Glen Dean after a visit of ten days to Miss Lucile Berry left Monday for clude the Girls' Club. Mrs. Louis H. Jolly will return Tuesher sister, Mrs. Bob Crider. day from n visit to her grandmother, Barditown to visit her sister, Mrs. John Mrs. Chas. K. Minary and sons, John Black. Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and Wallace Mrs. Mary Cunningham, at Cheuault. and William, who spent the winter in Mr. John Akers, of Hirdiiibbuig, was Mrs J. H. Rowland spent Easter in Florida, have returnedto their home in Ashcraft returned Tuesday from a visit to Mr, and Mrs. Hurry Bell at Gustou. in town Friday in the interest of the Louisville with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benton Harbor, Mich. Babbage Mrs. Mary Sipple, of Cloverport, has Republican convention at Hardinsburg' Call and see ourFlexible Hip BreechPostmaster LeonardJOelze and Mrs. ing, a decided improvement on the old returned to (hat city after visiting her Saturday. , - Oilze will spend two days in Louisville style. A perfect fit prevents chafing. sou, Mr. Julius Sipple. is the Mrs. Belle Bruair, of guest of Mrs. J. B. Herndou. this week Made by C. P. Babbagr. Miss Laura Hale lias an Mr. and Mrs. Ch?.s. Warfield, of line of spring millinery at Rosenblatt's Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smart and Miss Cnapin, ot Hiies Kun, were in town Dallas, Texas, in renewing their sub- store DEATH set iptlon to the News gave their ad Saturday. of prounueut Republicans A coach-ful- l 21 N. A. Kard St. from this section went over to HardinsMrs. William Mullen spent Easter at dress as The Methodist Aid Society took in burg Saturday to attend the Republican Mrs. Phoebe Skillman Called the home of Mr. and Mrs McAfee in ntnety dollars for their carpet fund County Convention. Irvlngton. After Useful Life and Devoted money. Some of the amount coming Mr. a'nd Mrs. C. O. Berry returned from J. N. Nichols, of Bowling Green, was Methodists away from home. Motherhood-Devo- ut Friday looking into school conhome Sunday from a visit to relatives Member Miss Mildred Babbage entertained the here ditions. in Stanley. Younger Set to a tea Friday afternoon. of Baptist Church. ! Mm. Joe Sawyer and daughters, Jane A salad course was served and the The result of the whirlwind campaign and Mayme Bannon, went to Hawes- plates were garnished with Easter for new members of the School ImproveIIardinsburr, Ky., April 8. ment League, was an addition of fourville Thursday. lilies. teen members to the present roll. Swell- (Special.) On Eustor eve tho J. C. Leitch, Sr., of Allegheny City, Chas. Skillman,of Morganfield, spent Pa., arrived for a short visit to Dr. ing the membership to 64; the number beautiful spirit of Airs. Phoebe Easter with his parents, Mr. and Chas. Lightfoot. Mrs. Leitch and son, sought is 100. Sklllman. Skillman wended its flight to John, will return home with him this Notice A chance for a fine Mahog- heaven. J. Byrne Severs, of Ohio, was here any rocker with every hat and bill of yesterday to see his parents, Mr. and week. Ono moro is added to tho "choir At the present high prices of Horse sold by Mat Payne. Please D. H. Severs. Collars the man with small means is be courteous enough to look before invisible," and by tho call of tho heavily handicapped. Bring your old buying elsewhere. Open Wednesday lifo of this good woman to a lifo ones to C. P. Babbage.and have them and Thursday. up bighor, earth has lost ono of its repaired. An effort is on foot, originating in the loveliest daughters. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of School League, to induce every citizen Mrs. Skillmim was born Aug. Kansas City Mo., will attend the Shrin-er- 's of the town to observe April 18 to 20 as days. This is the 8, 1811. She was married to meeting In Los Angles, Cal., next general cleaning-utime to be observed all over the Stnte. Benjamin Franklin Skillman month. The Shriners of Kansas City who will have a bpecial train for the trip. died when her children woro quite small. Mrs. Ramp was Miss Anne Jarboe of this city. Her lifo was not lived in vain, Vhe Breckenridge News Don't I house-keepin- g INSURING Wanl i NEW SHOES .;.:.S.'V?V?ff?r Ladies' Misses' and Children's rt'ii-ilr- TBSpaBa2gJ Tornado, Plate ! WHITF. CANVAS AND BUCK SHOES Ladies' Misses' and Children's e. ........ Glass, Fidelity ds, , i JtfL WHITE CANVAS AND BUCK PUMPS Get a pair before the stock is broken I Weatherholt y RAZORS - 35c Each J. wv iii-ai- C. NOLTE & CLOVERPORT, KY. BRO.i OTCn--v ff g, GIBSON & SON r.. tt liwii i ,,... wiiii . ri , t.,. a .,. liidUldlllC iiu ivu larvt JLiit i Policy You Want the Best Far-lelu- b, The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. Has It! The Leading Annual Dividend Company Organized in 1845. . i DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman Hardinsburg, Kentucky Why Pay Fivt Timts Mora for Chu-ngo- AHASIER. a Roof than You need to? 1 FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. C, Has no Equal for Farm, Factory and I Mrs-Ab- e Residence buildi- ngs. C, Kant Leak Kle els wall-pap- er insure absolutely water tight seams. C Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. F'Wi?fiV ROOFING DEPARTMENT . OHIO p The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI. ANOTHERJEATH WANTED! To bu' 70 head young owe sheep with lambs EXPERIENCED to operate country coal nil no all tlio yi'iir; wan with small family, able and willing to work 31 lu. vuluby tlio bushel. for sho was mother to four different families of children who loved her and honored her to hor uv THE MOST GORGEOUS SPRING COLORS From C. Arouo mororliariulDK and uttractlvo than in any ot the viinvs thrown on tlio hereon lnour Moving l'lcturo l'urlor. 1'or occasionally we reproduce some of the most gorgeous pageants of History. OUR MOVING Tuberculosis-Mr- s. Marion AN Jackson Dies At McQuady. Leaves Husband And Three Children. Pearl, wife of Marlon C. Jackson, died at McQuady, April 4 and was buried at the Tarfork Christian Church Burying Ground April 5. For two years she had been in poor health and for fourteen months had been a hopeless sufferer from tuberculosis. Her beautiful christian character made her cheerful as she approached death. Her death's sting was the regret tff leaving husband, her two little boys, her little daughter and her relatives and many friends. Aside from this pain of separation! death was but a release from pain and entiance to life eternal. MINER PICTURE EXHIBITION Is ono to which women and children can como with perfect safety. Wo shall be Rlad to have them und we Unuw that they will enjoy their visit and ypu can feel conildunt tbut while .they uro hero they will bo well taken with liolp DNF TFNANT cuittvatu onouuli to 10 to u acres tobacco: sotno corn: best laud In county, rlvur bottom lund that will produce 2,000 lbs, per itcro or second vuar land lu hills that will uveruKe 1,500 lbs, per acre. subject of organic heart trouble, which eventually caused hor death. survive her. Sho was a member of tho Baptist church, never making loud nor professions, but living quietly tho faith sho professed. Kov. Gatlin conducted the funeral services at tho Baptist church at this placo, after which tho remains woro taken to tho family cemetery on hor son's farm. She is survived by a number of grandchildren, thrco of whom live in tho West. death. Two children survive her, Mrs. James Withers, of Kirk, and Mr. Alvin Skillman, of this place, at whoso homo sho died. Sho divided her time with hor children, spending half tho time with each. Her declining years woro marred by il health, being a Sale A.cj ency T. F. BOHLER, Cloverport, Ky (NOBODY'S time-savin:- ;, DOLLARS business-pro-niotinp: care of. One Single Hand Moffif t0 red Aro any better tlmn yours, or will bo any more carefully cared for in this tufo bank. VThis is YOUlt bank everybody's bank, and its splendid facilities aro at tho command of every depositor, bo his balance largo or small. J Why Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- day Nights; also Saturday afternoon. 9R CjTFFRC; 80to )C0 pounds, toQT, lurgo frame. Address not como in and talk it over? JNow is tho time! Perkins & Burke Proprietors Cloverpert Opera House J. W. HOUSE ADAIR, Hancock County, Kentucky THE FARMERS BANK, :- -: Hardinsburg, Ky. PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. DINNER FOR WEEK-EN- Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an excellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly ' relieves congestion nnd inflammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. " COMMISSIONER'S SALES, Lee Walls, Commissioner COMMISSIONER'S 0 It. It SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER 'S I SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE Brcckenrldgc Circuit Court, Kentucky Allen tt Klnchcloo, Plaintiff. I V Ecjulty No. 38. 9 Acalmt Joo Campbell & Co , Deft. I GUEST. Breckenridse Circuit Court, Kentucky. Moremenet. nl . Plaintiff. AculiiU John J. ConnllT A: Hurry Cniin IT, Derm hint Equity No 3I. Ij. D. Howell's Ivimell Powe By Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Brfckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky Clmrlfs Dyer, ft , nl,, Plaintiff Equity Adm, Etc, Pnlntlfl No 1. r By Martha McCulloch Williams. To show you still further what is posslblo with pnper bag cooking, I am giving tho menu of tho latest paper bag cooked dinner that I served to guests. And slnco all tin guests were women, I knew hat tho o was need for mo to excel myself. Thl would mnko a good menu to servo to the week-end Against Ktc , Dcfendint, Equity No. 8424 Charlc By ARiilntt Smith, et., ul , Defendant I 3100. Here's Troof I have used Sla-.n-'i guest. croup, lame back and rheumatism and In every cue It gave instant relief." KEUECCA JANE ISAAC, Lucy, Kentucky. jears and un testily t in wonderful efficiency. I hive uaeil it (or lore throit, Llnlmtnt for Menu. Cantcloupo a la Vlergo Sliced Dakcd Ham Iloast Quail Celery Salted Nuts Mushrooms Asparagus with Chceso Spiced Apples Sweet Plum Plcklo Hanana Short Cako, Foam Sauco SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains nnd bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swelling very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Assorted Fruit Claret Punch Black Coffeo Tho quail wcro stuffed each with a fat raisin, a pinch of seasoned bread crumbs and a dot of butter, then posslblo wrapped In the thinnest bacon, tied so It Bllces of streaky could not slip, and tho birds put In a well buttered bag and cooked for twenty-flvminutes In an oven at first hot, but moderate throughout tho last half of the cooking. The ham I did not bako In a bag. The salted nuts of courso had been o bag-cooke- Prlco, 25c. , 50c, $1,00 Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address ijflyp jl)Y flEIr V-j-- Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boston. Asparagus camo out of cans, since fresh asparagus Is not In season. After the quail were cooking, tho as paragus was put, points foremost, In a thickly buttered bag, with a dusting of black pepper and a very little salt, also tho strained juice of a largo lemon and a lump of swee' butter the size of a walnut. It was cooked twelve minutes In moderato heat, taken up in portions and served on hot plates. Tho mushrooms wero fine, fat and fresh. It was Joy to peel them, to nip off tho stalks, wipe them delicately with a damp cloth, sprinkle very lightly with salt and drop In a thickly buttered bag along with a lump of extra butter rolled In salted flour and a gill of real cream. After sealing the bag the contents wero cooked twelve (minutes in a fairly hot oven. For tho banana short cake I first sliced small ripe banana, very thin, added sugar and lemon julco to them, a bare grate of nutmeg and a of sherry. They stood on ico while I made up tho paste. It rebutquired half a cup of ter, one cup sugar, two eggs, a teaspoonful of baking powder and a pinch of rait, both sifted well through a pint of flour, and a of vanilla. It was mixed as lightly as possible, rolled out less than half an Inch thick and cut into across. rounds about four inches These wero brushed over with melted butter, laid one on another and baked insldo a buttered bag laid flat upon a trivet. The cooking took a little more than twelve minutes. The rounds when the;' came out wero separated, a little butter laid upon the soft top of tho bottom one, then tho prepared bananas in a thick layer, after which tho top was clapped on. Tho foam sauce was Its foundation was fresh butter reamed with twice its bulk of sugar and softened by beating in gradually half a gill of boiling water. Alternately with tho water, thero was added hot lemon Juice, tho beating being fast and furious as It went in. Then a teaspoonful of vanilla was beaten through tho white of an egg, until tho whlto was as stiff as possible, and tho mixture stirred lightly Into tho butter and sugar. table-spoonfwell-creame- d well-beaten tvw I Mas. ' KrW AH'i3lII THIS YEAR'S "" AEROPLANES. Features of New Models Exhib- vlrture of a Judgment and OriUr of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, 1912, In the above cause, for the sum of $120. 00 with interest from Nov 16, I9IO, less credits: By cash, Dec 13th 101- 0$20.00; Jun 15th I9II 120.00; Feb 15, 1011, $10 00 and March 15th, 1011 510(0, and the further sum of $120.00 with Interest from November 16th, I9IO until paid, and all costs herein, I shul1 se proceed to offcrfor sale at the HardinsburR, to the door in hiyhest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mobility, the 22nd dav of April, 1012, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabont (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months the following described property, to wit: Four (4) City lots situated n Bandy Court Addition to the town of Irvington, Breckinridge County, Ky., and are lots Nos. 23, 24, 2o and 26 in Block" No. 4, as shown on the plat of said addition at page No 331 of Deed Book No 00 in the Brekinridge County Or sufficient Court Clerk's Office. produce the sums of money thereof to For the pur so ordered to be made. chase price, the purchaser, with ap proved surety or securities, must exe cute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and havi g the force and effect ot a Judgement. Lein retained to secure payment of pur-- ' chase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. xpproximated debt, interest and cost Bv Court-Hou- $246 11. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Carrie Walls, Deputy. virturo of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckinridye Circuit Court, rendered at February, Term thereof, 1012, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for salo nt tho Court House door In Harillnsburtf, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction on Monday, the 22" day of April, 101a, at ono o'clock P. M , or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit, six months, the follow-int- f described property, to wit: "A lot and house thereon in the town of Sample, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, and beginning at a stone, Samuel Van dergrlft's corner; thence In a western-l- y direction or course 34 feet: thence feet; in a southerly direction thence In a northerly course 118 feet to the beginning. This lot was conveyed to L D. Dowell by Eli Brown and wife on the 2."rh tiny of January, lo09, and Deed is of record in Deed Book 50, page 82. In the County Court Clerk's Office Also two other lots lying in said town and county. First Lot: Beginning at Jane Brown's corner on road; thence E. 08 feet to a stone; thence S. 130 feet to a stone; thence S. 112 feet to a stone near the road; thence N. with the road I48 feet to the beginning, containing i acre, more or less. Second Lot: Beginning at the south comer of Ell brown's lot, on Hardinsburg and Sample road, running in a southern direction with road US feet to a stone in John Gibson's line; thence E. 121 feet with John Gibson's line to a stone; thence 118 feet N. near Ell Brown's lot to a stone; thence with his line 121 feet to the beginning, containing H acre, mora or less These two lots were conveyed by the sume parties to said decedent, on the 10th dy of November, 19O4; Deed is recorded in Book f5, page 460, In said Oillce " The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, be ring legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effectof a Judgment. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Carrie Walls, Deputy. SUMMONED vlrture of a Judgement and Order Sale of Brecke"nridge Circuit Court, rendered at February, Term thereof, I9I2, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described Real Estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to e offer for sale at tho door In Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22 day of April, lgl2, at one o'clock, p. m or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six find twelve months, the following described property, to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land, lying and bein in Breckinridge county, Kentucky, on the waters of North Fork of Rough Creek, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a white oak anil sugar tree standing on the North Fork of Rough Creek and Corner of land formerly owned by I. F Wilkerson, thence S. 55, E. 162 poles to a hickory, thence S, 65 W. I3O poles to a white oak and dogwood, thence B. N. N 53 W. 122 poles to a hickory, thence S 05 W. 130 poles to a hickory, thence N. 53 E. 20 poles to a poplar thence N. 45 E. 05, poles to the beginning, containing 100 acres more or less and being the same conveyed to A. H. Burton by Z. Hunter. The purchaser, with npproved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgement. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. 'of Court-Hous- By of I Lee Walls, Commissioner. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. rendered at February Term thereof, I9I2, in the above cause, for the sum of two hundred and forty dollars,($240) with Interest at the rate of 0 per cent, per annum from the 1th day of September, 1013, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale o door In Hardinsat the burg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mondy, the 22nd day of April, 1012, atone o'clock P.M., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit, six and i:wlvc months, the following described prolWi an A certain boundary of being In Breckinridge CoulK jen tucky, on the waters of Tar rGreekrca branch of Clover Creek, bounded and d scribed as follows: Beginning at a white oak, Hop Mason's corner, running thence North, 70 poles to a hickory and a small drain, Thompson's corner, thence with his lino 118 polesIf to a. whitfl oak. black n.ik nnd hlrknrv'" in Chester Beavln's line, thence with Chester Beavin,s line S. 70 poles to a stake In Mason's line, thence with Mason's line W. I48 poles to tiie place of beginning, containing by survey 04 acres more or less and is the same land deeded to Jo Campbell by R. L. Newsom and wife, by Deed dated Feb. 3rd I896, and recorded in the Breckinridge County Court Clerk's Oillce in Deed Book 48, at Pago 45. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from' the day of sale until paid, and iiaving 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 $326.00 Lee Walls, Commissioner. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. 1 vlrture of a Judgment and Orda,r Salcof Breckinridge Circuit Court, Court-Hous- landu "J Thousands Have Kidney PENN'S SONS. For Women Who Care CHURCH DIRECTORY double-flavore- SWEETBREAD 'By Nicolas Escolop RECIPES. Brooks' Soyer, Chef of Club, London. of u I 1 ! Sweetbreads: Trim a sweetbread and cut In four ploces. Trim four largo mushrooms and toma-toeRoll tho sweetbread in flour and put it between tho mushrooms and tomatoes. Butter well your paper bag and arrango tho abovo nicely In tho middle. Placo ono teaspoonful of breadcrumbs on top. Cover with a islico of fat bacon or ham cut very thin. Flavor with sweet herbs as desired. Seal bag and put on broiler in hot oven. Allow twenty to twenty-flvminutes. Sweetbread (Fancy Method): Half a small onion, ono sllco of carrot, a llttlo bam, fat and lean, and a little of tho trimmings, all cut in small dice. A small bunch of sweet herbs and thyrao, paruloy and bay leavos. Put theso on tho bottom of tho papor bag which should bo well buttored. Lard your swootbroad, If desired, nnd around It put thrco or four mushrooms and two or throo tomatoes, skiunod and all sood romovod. Add a tablospoonful of stock, Madolra or shorry, according to taste. Soal bag. Put on broiler. Allow twonty-flvminutes In a hot oven. It color and thick sauco aro deslrod mix a quarter of a toaspoonful of arrow root with tho vegetablos and a llttlo burnt sugar coloring. When you open tho bag, removo tho sweet-broagently. Placo on dish. Removo tomatoes, mushrooms, etc., and placo around It. Put tho wholo of tho contents of tho bag, julco included, in a strainer and press with a woodon spoo' Into a clean hot basla standing in boiling water. Pour tho gravy thus obtained over tho sweet oread. (Copyright. 1011, by the Sturgla & Walton Company.) o o d Trouble and Never Suspect it. How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your jvater and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; NO FREAK MACHINES SHOWN. a brick dust seditwW i 'T3 ment, or setthni'. htp stringy or milky nvrrA-l- fi appearance 01 ten Green or Slate Color Used With tho indicates an unJi fc rvlr InObject of Making the Aeroplanes healthy condivisible In the Air Protection Against tion of" the kidneys; too freRifle Fire. quent desire to pass it or pain in There are no freak machines ou view th" back arc at tho Aviation sulon this year, accord- the kidneys also symptoms that tell you and bladder are out of order ing to the Purls correspondent of the ana need attention. London Daily Mail. There is a markWhat To Do. ed preference for the fish or torpedo There is comfort in the knowledge so outline. Tho surface of tho wings often expressed, Dr. Kilmer's has decreased, nnd progress has been ' Swamp-Hoothe great kidney remedy, made iu reducing everything that of- fulfills almost every wish in correcting fers wind resistance. Wood is gener- rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, ally being discarded hi favor of steel liver, bladderandeverypartoftheurinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water nnd aluminium. and scalding pain in passing it, or bad Nearly ono4ialf of the aeroplanes effects following use of liquor, wine or shown are green or slate colored, with beer, and overcomes that unpleasant netho object of making them Invisible cessity of being compelled to go often in tho air. In several cases the air through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and men aro protected against ride lire. is The attempt made last year in the immediate effect of Swamp-Rosoon realized. It stands the hichest be- Paulhau biplane which was acquired by tho war olllee, to obtain flexibility causeouisremarKaoie health restoring propof wing, Is repeated this year, though erties. If you need a to a less extent, by tho biplane shown medicine you should by the German Albatrosswerke, which, have the best. Sold by in addition to a wooden chassis of un- druggists in fifty-cesizes. usual construction, has very llexlble ujui may have a sample You bottle sent free edges to Its birdlike wings. Tho fact by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., only fifteen biplanes to that there aro N. Y. petition this paper and thlrty-niumouoplanes in the show rememberthenanie, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooand the address, Binghumtoti, indicates the predominant position for military purposes at present held by N. Y., on every bottle. tho monoplane, but there Is on view moro than ouo biplane which posBrooklinn Still the Richest Town. sesses important morlts from tho miliTho Brookllno (Mass.) assessor's retary point of view. Among tho latter machines, besides port for tho year just closed shows tho Albatross, may bo mentioned tho that tho town is still holding its repuSavary with Its two big tractor screws tation of being the richest town In nnd tho Sloan, which follows In its tho world and of being richer by far lower piano tho curving of a bird's than thousands of cities. The total wings and has big ailerons which nro valuation of real estate and personal said to give It nu exceptional sliding property Is S112.27O.C00, an increaso of angle. Ailerons (movable panels at- $3,030,000 over last year's valuation. tached to the edge of the wings), by Harsh physics react, weaken the tho way, seem nearly extinct. Even tho biplano makers who used to try bowols.will lead to chronic constipation. them In all sorts of sliupes appear to Doan's Uegulets operate easily. 25c a havo dropped thorn this year and to box at all stores. rely on warping Instead. Several firms show the lmpresslvo cngino rooms of airships, and thero Is TABOO ON THE WORD "HELLO" ono completo ulrshlp, tho Astra. Pore Marquette Wants Courtesy In Telephone Conversations. Tho uso of the vud "hello" bus been A Texas Wonder. tabooed In telephone conversations nlong the lino of tho I'ero Marquette The Texas Wonder cures kidney and railroad. In commenting on courtesy among bladder troubles, removing gravol, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, telophouo users tho Pcro Marquotto rheumatism, and all iriegularitlcs of Monthly Mngnzlno snys: "It Is obviously truo that that which the kidneys and bladder in both men Is tho correct thing to do in n faco to and women. Regulates bladder troubface conversation also Is correct in les In children. If not sold by your toloplione conversation. Any ouo but druggist will be bent by mail on re- has to apply the rules of courtesy proceipt of S1.00. One small bottle ls'two scribed long before tho telephono was month's treatment and seldom falls to thought of to kuow tho proper manperfect a cure. Dr. K. W. Hall, 2926 ners for telephono usage." Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugDon't be surprised if you have an gists. attack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear, Sold by all dealers. ited in Paris Salon. t V H j I t, tlt I I ot ipiiiilipiPsj nnir,.biL oue-uoii- Penn probably chuckled derisively when, with punctilious observance of court customs, they were summoned to appear iu common pleas court No. 4. In Philadelphia, in answer to an advertisement which appeared in Philadelphia papers trllle more than a yer.r ago. The sons of the founder of Pennsylvania certainly did not tend the notlto. The longest lived of them has been dead about l.'O years, says the Philadelphia Press. After this burlesiiie-IIkroutine was gone through with nnd 'the ancient worthies, yclept P.Iehnrd and John Penn. who held title to nearly nil the land In the state, failed to appear, attorneys for Rudolph W't nirdsoll. a property owner, whose laud was originally held by the Penus and who under present conditions Is supposed to owe the Pcnns ground rout, moved that the claim of the Penn brothers be made void because they had not appeared to defend their claim. The unwinding of this voluminous roll of red tnpe was rnnde necessary by an oversight when the state wiped out the Peun ground rents in 17.VJ. In that year nil tho land still belonging to Proprietor Peun was bought by the state, and this net In itself wiped out all ground rents on land In Penusyl 11 Of course you use an antiseptic in your But as They Have Been Dead Century family and in the care of your own peror Moro They Didn't Appear. son, and you want the best. Beyond the shores of the River Styx, Instead of what you havo been using the shades of the sons of William such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or Cloverport Churches Baptist Church peroxide, won't you please try Paxtine, Baptist Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. C. E. a concentrated antiseptic powder to bo Llnhtfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Meeting dissolved in water as needed. p. m. Baptist Aid Society Paxtine is moro economical, more Wednesday Monday after Second Sunday, Society meets cleansing, more germicidal and more every month, Mrs, A. H. Skillman, President healing than anything you ever used. I'm nciilng every Second and Fourth Sunday. e Methodist Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Iru D. Preaching every Hchcn, Superintendent. Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. iu. Frank Lewis Pastor. Prayer meeting Wcdnesduy, 7:30 p. m. regular tho teeth, remove tartar and prevent P:J5 Epworth LeaKUo, meeting tervlcoSuuday Qrst Tuesday m; decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy nightp, each buslnesj Miss Mnrgarlto Hum, month. disease germs, and purify tho breath. President. Ladies' Aid Society meets first To keep artificial teeth and bridgework Mondav each month Mrs. Forrest Ughtfoot. meets President. Ladles' Mlssiouary clean and odorless. To remove nicotine Second Sunday In every month,Society Virgil Mrs. from the teeth and purify the breath Ilabbago, President. Choir practice Friday after smoking. To eradicate persoira-tio- n nlght7:20, A. II Murray. Director. ANTISEPTIC In tho toilet to cleanse and whiten Willi Itev. E. O. Cottrell Pastor. netliodlst Church i HP Plnkham Med. Co. has been regularly advising their patients to use it because of its extraordinary cleansing, healing and germicidal power. For this purpose alone Paxtine is worth its weight in gold. Also for nasal catarrh, son throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wcvnds All druggists, 25 and 50 cents a box Trial box and testimony of 33 THEPAXTONTOILETCO.,Bobton,Ma6i- Presbyterian Church treatment of feminine ills where pelvic Presbyterian inflammation and ulceration Conrad Stppt-1- , Sunday School 9:45 a m. catarrh, Superintendent. exist, nothing equals hot douches of every Third Sunday, IJuv. Adair. Preaching Minister. Paxtine. For ten years the Lydla E. Prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30 m. Ladies' Society Wednesday Aid meets after Third Sunday every month. Mrs Chas. Satterlleld, President. 1 As a medicinal aprcnt for local odors by sponge bathing. Catholic Church First Sunday ot each month. Mass. Sermon, and Benediction, 9:00 a. in., other three Sundays at 10 15 a. m. On week days Mass at 7:C0 u. m. Catechetical Instruction tor tho children on Saturdays at HMO a. m , and on Sundays at 9:30 a. m. and 2:30 p.m. women free on request. - Ilmg-hamto- n, vnnln. e t, Blrdsell owns property at 101 North Front street, on which ground rent was supposed to be owing to the Penn heirs. When the ground were wiped out no record was made of the redemption of that on Mr. nirdsell's property. The law required that a record of each redemption lie made In regular legal form. Ilenee .lolin C. Hinckley, attorney for Mr. Hlrdscll. Instituted legal pros ceedings to repair the defect In title and ho summoned the Penu brothers Into court to prove that the rent is owiug to them. An ndvertlne-men- t was published November a year ngo summoning the Peun brothers to. appear for this purpose, Bird-sell'- "My little son had a very severe I was rccommonded to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle was finished he was as well as ever," writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowllng Street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy is for sale by all dealers. cold. Instinctive mmlcry. Why if one man on the street takes out his watch do other do the same? Anioug the very early Instincts recognized In the human mind nre mimicry and curiosity. Mimicry develops Into liublt. as when we see uniny persons walking faster than we do we gradually full Into their gait and In time this faster gull becomes habitual with us. Kvery Instinct emanates from one or the other of the funduinentul Inand race presstincts, self ervation. Kvery notion that benefits tho human bolus win bo traced back to the Instinct ot self preservation, and among tlion actions are the acquisition of knowledge, even tho knowledge of the time of day. Instinctive mimicry creates tin Impulse which In the case of tho man looking at his watch upon seeing another do tho situio. Is supported by another Instinct, curiosity, and by tho human faculty, reason. Wo therefore follow the Impulse and look nt our watch. New York American. pre.-emitl- DR. H. J. BOONE Dr. Owen's Oillce, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Permanent Cloverport, Ky. czioezd o o o cznorzD BALL Livery, & MILLER Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, OVER : Ky. Y czioczpffoirolfblfcor Subscribe Now New President of Georgetown. Tho llov. Alphousus S. Donlon has been appointed president of Georgetown university, to succeed tho Rev. Joseph J. Iltuunell, who retired on account of health. Tho now presiLouisville Evening Post dent is a native of Albany, N. Y., and g For the and Breckenridge News a graduato of Georgetown. w one year f3.50. three jeurs ho has been assistant to the provincial of tho Jesuit order. For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Louisville Evening Post Try It and see how quickly It (fives and Breckenridge News relief. For sale by all dealers. one year 3,50. 11 111 arrival and early doparturo from work nf his hundreds of salaried ollichilH. from the highest official down to the clerk. Charles M. Schwab, presl ilout of the Uotllehcm Steel works, has Installed tltne clocks In nil departments. Ho has assigned "number" to himself. the Intc Schwab Will Punch tho Clock. I'or tin purposo of putting a stop to slave. A healthy man is a klntr In his own right; an unhealthy man an unhappy For Impure blood and sluggish liver, use Eurdock Blood Oltters. On the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. ijmjra Trade Marks Desiqns COPVRIQHTS Anjrono tending a sketch and description qutcklr ascertain our opinion free whethermr au Invention Is probably pulontiiblq. Communications strict! ooufldeiitwtl. HANDBOOK ou PbtMu iiMit free, old 1''utenu taken tbrouua Muuii A to. reeeUa tfxclal notlct. without oliarae. Iu tho handsomely UliKtratod weekly. of any setenllUo journal. Terms, tt rear i four months, f L Sold by all newsdealers. a A JIH&EXP 5RIENCE 65 YEARS' ic $3 nil Ist SCrtntilic JhtKrkaK. lraet lf uei OlBee, V $3.50 MUNN Co.3'y. New York m Bt, Washington. P. C. V Ooo ooO" Ooo ooo- -' The Whole World o By HAMILTON Is to Participate In the Great OOC NERVOUS San Trancisco Panama Pacific Exposition In 1915 Ooo ' DESPONDENT WOMEN ooO-- - GOOD, Well I M. WRIGHT. bay nro Messrs. McKlm, Mend & whole world Is Interested In White of New York, designers of Mad- opening of the Pnnnniu cn lson Square Garden, the Boston Public nnd In the great Interim- - library, the Agricultural building at tional fete nt which the United the exposition: World's Columbia will celebrate the completion of Thomas Hastings, president of Car- the canal, the Panama Pad lie In tenia- - rero & Hastings, architects In chief tlonrtl exposition, to be held In San for the exposition at Francisco In 1015. nuffnlo; Henry Paeon, designer of tho The proclamation of the president. Lincoln memorial; Willis Polk, associIssued by nuthorlty of congress, has ated with D. II. Uurnhnm of the been delivered through the Instrumen World's Columbian exposition at Chitality of the department of state to ov. cago These architects and their assokery quarter of the globe. Inquiries as ciates pronounce the site of the expothe exposition nro pouring In upon sition as unsurpassed for a great marbe' exposition management from all itime celebration. The exposition structs of the world. The nations of the tures will be the Inrgest and costliest rid In recognition of A.mprlra's great over erected for n world's exposition TI1B n -- H J 7 huge Orcclan columns ndorncd with the flags of nil the nntlons of the world Find Relief in Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's nnd surmounted nt convenient vnls by classic arcades. At the JuncVegetable Compound s jtlon of thco two streets will bo Their Own Statements cd a civic center The buildings In .this architectural group will cost closo So Testify. to $9,000,000. The nucleus of tho civic center will be n new city hall to tnko Platca, Pa. "When I wroto to you tho place of tho one destroyed In 1000. female weak The exposition authorities have voted first I was troubled with and backache, IMj ness the sum of $1,000,000 for n great audiand was so nervous torium to accommodate visitors to conthat I would cry nt j ventlons during the exposition. A tho least noise, it grcnt opera house will be erected by would stnrtlo me so. prlvato capital at the civic center, nnd I began to take Lythe famous singers of the world will bo dia E. Pinkham's henrd In San Francisco In exposition remedies, and I don't havo any more crying spells. I sleep sound and my nervousness is better. erect-StateI Guess I ( I will your medicines to nil suffering women." Mrs. Mauy Halstead, Platen, Pa., recommend DoiVt Miss It Two-Thousa- ' ' J 'ji'1' dfSJfvi.' ,.,-- i '" , &'$!&$&' , i,t ftfevci Box 98. Hero is the report of another genuine case, which still further shows that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegatablo Compound may bo relied upon. Walcott, N. Dakota.- -" I had inflammation which caused pain in my side, and my back ached all the time. I was so blue that I felt like crying if anyone even spoko to me. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I began to gain right away. I continued its use and now I am a well woman." Mrs. Amelia Dahl, Walcott, N. Dakota. ho opened, read and answered Iiy a Moinuu anil held lu strict coulldcucc. ODD If you want special adlce lvrlto to Lydia E. Piukham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter w ill Miles of Fun and Frolic on a Pull-ma- n nd OLD CHOCTAW LAWS. craft the penalty was death, and for alleging oneself to bo n witch or for Haying thnt any other person was one was punishable by sixty lashes on tho bare back. Another declared thnt no doctor could take money or nny of tho belongings THE NEW SAN FRANCISCO, LOOKING OVER THE CITY TO THE HARBOR, SCENE OF THE of a patient he treated If the patient PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN 1915. died. If the patient were raised up from a sickbed the doctor could acachievement at Pannma nre preparing and will be risible In detail to passen- days. Great saengerfests In which tho cept what wns offered to him. nnd If for participation In the exposition upon gers on ships entering the Golden Gate. choral societies of foreign countries nothing wns offered then he could take a more comprehensive scale than at The site of the exposition takes ev- participate will be held upon the expo- In goods wiint was his Just compensaany of tho greatest of former world's ery advantage of the combination of sition grounds. tion. The Pnnnma-PaclflInternational exfexposltlons. In 1S34 tho Choctaw council passed harbor and hills that gives San Franposition will open with n pageant In an act which made a person who barTho foreign nations will be repre- cisco its chief charm. The main feasented by tho finest assemblage of dis- tures of the exposition will be located San Francisco tinrbor of the battle- gained to sell any of the Choctnw land plays that tho world has seen. Tho at Harbor View, on San Francisco bny ships of the navies of the world. Tho a traitor and punishable by death. strange tribes and peoples of Pacific midway between the ferry building foreign vessels will tlrst assemble at Any white man who encouraged such An Indian who ocean countries will participate In a and the Golden Gate, and the perma- Hampton Itoidswhere. Joined by ships action was deported. wonderful week's festival In which tho nent buildings to remain after the ex- of the American navy, the entire fleet sold or disposed of land either to Indinations of the orient will take part. position is over will be erected In tho will be reviewed by the president of viduals or to the United States in toto The most marvelous parades ever wit- west end of Golden Gnte park, which the United States and foreign digni- should bo considered n traitor and shot nessed will be seen on the streets of fronts on the Pacific ocean. These taries This fleet, the Inrgest ever as- on conviction. This wns Just preceding sites und Intermediate locations will be sembled, will then proceed through tho tho beginning of tho work of tho San Francisco The commonwealths of the United connected by u marine boulevard that Panama canal to the harbor at San Dnwcs commission. States, each or which as n member 0? sweeps from Harbor View through the Francisco, where It will participate In the Union has taken Its part In the Presidio to the Golden Gate and then the most spectacular naval demonstraYou will look a good while before you building of the canal, will be repre- turns south to Golden Gnte park. A tion ever witnessed San Francisco in find a better medicine for coughs and will take visitors over 1015 will see the flags of more nntlons sented by the most magnificent state trackless trolley displays ever assembled. California has this magnificent scenic boulevard from than have ever been brought together colds than Chamberlain's Cough Rem From edy. It not only gives relief it cures. - dedicated moie than $20,000,000 to tho Harbor View through the military res- - In one place at any one time nation's fair, and the city of San Fran ervation at the Presidio where the gov unofficial assurances now received It Is Try it when you have a cough or cold, cisco, tho west and the nation are co- eminent Is planulng a wonderful mili- anticipated that 100 foreign battleships and you are certain to be pleased with operating to render the exposition one tary display, to Golden Gate park, and In addition to those of the United the prompt cure which it will effect. that will express in every way the pride one admission will Include entrance to States navy will lie gathered in San For sale by all dealers. and patriotism of the American people. both features The site impresses the Francisco harbor A huge commemorative edifice. In A Woman's International ex maritime character of th great The Pnnama-Pnclfl"Why," asks the Inquisitive person, Ion In harmony with the exposi- purport like Bnrtholdl's statue of Libposition will be the greatest In the history of the world A notable tion San Francisco it&eir will be an erty, will welcome vessels from afnr. "do you enjoy having some one tell you commission of architects of national exposition city lu 1015. The parks The structure, to be known as the St. thnt you are pretty when you know reputation Is engaged upon the plans and water front of the city will be Im- Francis Memorial tower, will be SCO you are not? Does It make yon believe nnd within a few weeks tirst construe proved nt an expenditure of millions feet In height, with a base 2'20 feet thnt you are?" "No." she answers readily. "Hut It The shaft will be elghty-flvtlon work will begin, when grading ot of dollars, und the ferry building, the square the site nnd the building of a sea wall, main entrance to Sun Francisco, will feet square, with corners rounded, and mnkes nie believe that he believes which will serve In part as the basis be adorned with a grand court of hon- of steel construction and terra cottn am." Judge's Library. ,of a magnificent esplanade along San or Market street and Van Ness ave- veneciing. The approximate cost of nue, the two main thoroughfares of the tower will be SI. 000.000. From its Escaped. Francisco harbor, commences. Glllet So you've Just come from Among the noted architects who are Sun Francisco, each running from the summit the sightseer will look almost V in the heart funeral. I low did the old boy straight down upon the waters of the designing the wonder city which will buy and meeting in 'ookV Nn tit ra IV fjftse from the shores of San FrancIro of the city, will be decorated with Golden Gnte. 1.300 feet below. New York Perry No; relieved. C c I I One Made the Selling of Their Land a Capital Crime. In nn old set of laws of the Choctaw Nation there Is n clnuso which relates to the killing of witches. For witch This is What Rupert Hughes' New Story Car. EXCUSE N ME N c ele-br.- it expo-dtlo- n o I is about. Rupert Hughes is the author of "The Old Nest" the sweetest story ever written about a mother and son. It is a wonderful Thing how Mr. Hughes can make You cry and then Dry Your Tears in a Second. Don't Fail to Read lien-pocked- 's 11 - - Times. Keep your promises, especially to hose who ennnot ouforco them. NOTICE. Breckinridge Circuit Court. John O'ltellly, Kxr., of Susan N Toutr, I'luiDilir. Vs. 1'otltton In Diulty. J. W.Teuir, et., ill.. Defendant. All persons having claims ngainst the estate of Susan N. Teaff, deceased, are notified to present such claims, duly proven as required by law,to the undersigned Commissioner, at the Circuit Court Clerk's Office, in Hardinsburg, Ky., on or about tho 1st day of Mav, 1912. Lee Walls, Commissioner BrecMnridgo Count. Excuse Me Our New Serial Which Will Begin in HEVSn ihl H Ht B B ILv IB B t i &' SXi Wj KfifwtwtmBfBiifAiB6r7jE& ti ftBBBjJB ill UMATI Si The Breckenridge f Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY " JIXX IX GOLDEN GATE PARK, SITE OF THE PERMANENT FEATURES PACIFIC INTERNATIONA! EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO, OF THE PANAMA- - For 15 yean a Standard Remedy for all formi of Rheumatism, lumbaco, muscle, itlfl f;out, tore quickly relieve! or swollen It the icvere paint; reduces the fever, and eliminate! the poison from the system. 60 cent! a box at druggists. Mfefte for a Fr trial Bex News 1915. Dr. Whitehall Mofrlmln Co. 1M m. UfaylU t. Mlh end, Ind. NEXT WEEK . Is EHH W BEEZ2D ' T Hffll The Most Beautiful Display of Spring Millinery Has Arrived at our Store Splendid Values. Good Shapes. Stylish Trimmings. Come Early and Get First Choice We are quite fortunate in having Miss Margaret McGary in charge of this department and her ideas and workmanship assures satisfaction. CLlt is a pleasure to have you visit our store. Fetc Sheeran i & Co H GIVE COLORED MAN DEAL A SQUARE Says Col. Roosevelt In His Fifteen Minutes' Address To The Colored Voters In Louisville-Advice To Both Races That Makes Good Citizens. WHERE SQUARE DEAL CAME Col. Theodore! Roosevelt had the largest and most enthusiastic gather- and son Little Lucile Moore has been quite sick. Mrs. H. A. Moore is expecting her mother, Mrs. Hunter, home from Flor- Miss Vera olasscock, of Mnurlu, Sunday and was guest of Miss Lillian Glasscock. Allison Glasscock was at home week from Louisville to see his wife was at McDaniels o HARDINSBURG o last o the PARAGRAPHS AND SOCIAL NOTES OF THE COUNTY SEAT By JOEL H. PILE Kirk, Ky. For Sale X I 15 H. P. P Miss Isabel Moorman was the guest Sunday for Bowling Green, of Miss Alscye Miller Saturday and enters school. 111 WATtflNC f.AC HD r. A cm IMC cumur V ing ever given a Republican candidate for the Presidency by the voters of .Louisville. Before his speech at Phoenix Hill, he made a fifteen minutes talk to the colored voters at Odd Fellows' Hall. For the benefit of the colored renders of the Breckenrldge News, an extract from his splendid brief address is given as follows: After a few introductory remarks Col. Roosevelt opened by stating that the uoctrine lie was preacning was applicable to all men, and peculiarly applicable to the dealings between white men :ind colored men. He then referred 10 good citizenship and said: ''I cannot say too strongly that the man who Is a good citien benefits us all. The good colored citizen benefits his own race immeasurably and in doing so benefits the white race. If FOUNDATION the colored man wins the respect of his own race ho makes it easier for the rest of his race to be treated as they ought to be treated by their fellow be- Nothing Can Undermine It In ings. If he acts right his white neighCloverport. bor will sav. 'he is the right kind of a man.' The man that forces that kind People are sometimes slow to recogof praise is the man that is a benefit nize true merit, and they cannot be to his own people. In your life there blamed, are lots of things that are disagree- bugged infor so many have been hum the past. The experience of able. Remember that each and every has things in life that are hundreds of Cloverport residents, exone of us disagreeable. Face them bravely and pressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, places Doan's Kidyou will win out. The white man ought premium in the way of ney Pills on a firm foundation here. to put every W. M Johnson, prop., of restaurant, acknowledgment for the colored man Cloverport, Ky., says: "I still use when he acts as a decent man should. Doan's Kidney Pills and I consider The white man who does not show this them an excellent kidney remedy. You acknowledgment is not only doing wrong to the colored race but to the are at liberty to publish my former endorsement of them. For six years I was white race as well. afllicted with kidney trouble. I had Origin of "The Square Deal " pains In the small of my back and was Col. Roosevelt stated that he first lame when I got up in the morning. I used the expression "'a square deal" tired easily, felt languid and was nervous. Dizzy spells and headaches also iu an address to colored men. "I said," stated Col. Roosevelt, "all bothered me and the passages of the that a man ought to ask is a square kidney secretions were too frequent, deal, and that is all he ought to get. I obliging me to get up at night. Doan's feel that the white man owes it to Kidney Pills brought me great relief." For hale by all dealers. Price 00 himself to encourage the colored man n cents. Co., Buffalo, who is doing right." Col. Roosevelt ended his address New York, sole agents for the United with a wave of his hand and a cheerj' States. Remember the name Doan's and "Good Luck." take no other. Foster-Miibur- ida this month. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gannaway were guests of relatives at McDaniels Sunday. Charlie Pdmphrey, of McDaniels, was the guest of Miss Velma Mercer Sun day. Byron Glasscock and Guy Hart were. in Leitchfield Monday. Dr. J. B. Lampton reports a lot of illness in the community. Mr. Annie Glasscock expects to visit her daughter, Mrs. Pal Garner, at Hardinsburg this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Quiggins were guests of Dr. Lampton at McDaniels last week. The new telephone line connecting us with Leitchfield is completed. Blackburn Moore was at Glen Dean on business last Saturday. Jesse Day, of Caneyville, visited at N. T. Mercer's last week. Porter Wilson was struck by a limb last Friday and lost the sight of one eye. where he Consult T. N. McGIothlan for subscriptions to Courier-JournRAYMOND Timi's, Post, Herald, Fanners Home Journal, Stock Yard JournMrs Chas Bayslngeris on the sick al, Western Recorder and Hreck list. enridgo News. al, Pal Garner, of Hardinsburg, last Tuesday. Rev. Long and wife, of McDaniels, spent the day with Mrs. George Holmes last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glasscock attended quarterly meeting at McDaniels Sunday and took dinner with Rev. Long. Miss Maggie White is home from Bowling Green 111. G. W. Holmes i on the .sick list. Chester and Lawrence Chappell visit ed their brother, Carlt, near Branden burg last week. Misses Myrtle and Estell Deacon, of Lodiburg, spent Sunday at Oral was out Coomes. Miss Blanche Hall visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Phllpot, of Stony Point. Joseph Claycomb, Paynesvllle, was r THE FARMERS' SHOP D. II. IIAYNES. Proprlolor General Blacksmith, Wagon Maker and Repairer Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Homemade Plows and Harrows here Sunday. Jess Knott and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Hrazll Argabright at Lodiburg. Henry Cashman was in Irvington Wednesday. Mrs. Renfro Knott and children were the week end visitors of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Hardest)', near Paynesville. M. J. Ray spent Saturday night at Henry Cashman's at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Leon Cashman's, who is very ill at this writing. WANTED ACTIVE MAN IN EACH LOCAUTY To Join this Society. death benefits. And Memberships. AH to $300 a month. cured gives you n come. Experience for plans. Box JI-20- Sick, uccldont, lntroduco our Hardinsburg, l- :: Kentucky t vt "frj - j ri or Bparo time. $50 Every Member se- - Opposite Hook's Mill u" kt !" w "n('irni ii steady monthly in- not needed. Write Covington, Ky. j.ms engine is in gooa condition; lias boon run about tV Graham Eskridge, Clerk in the War YCArs ttnd is a hnromin In nnvnnn nnnrlinrvn otntSnnr..... Department at Washington, D. C, is Misses Sarah Deane Moorman and engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasolino tank which Eliza Taylor visited Miss Martlne at home resting and waiting for the holds-aborecovery of an affected eye. Mr. Esk 30 gallons; has detachable gasolino pump Monarch Saturday and Sunday. ridge has been in the government serand a natural gas attachment. Heason for selling Miss Njta Beard, of Louisville, is vice for twenty years. He has been entirely too large for my purpose. For further inforvisiting her grandparents, Mr. and several years in Chicago, Minneapolis mation call on or address Mrs. G. W. Beard. and that section of the country. He Mrs. R. Y. Maxey and her sister, spent some time in the Philippines. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Miss Lida Gulbreath, left Saturday for Only last year was he transferred to :: Ky. Mays Lick, where they will spend the the National capitol. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Beautiful and stylish spring millinery summer. at Mrs. G. W. Evans. Hon. Gus. Brown was In Frankfort The severe cold of tho past winter last week on legal business. I killed the young hedges, which were largo delegation for Roosevelt. Rev. G. W. Thomas, colored, for beginning to beautify a great many J. N. Akers brought in a bunch NOTICE TO FARMERS two years pastor of the colored church Hardinsburg yards of Taft men from Irvington, and Farmers who want to sell their wool at here, left Saturday for Bowling Green, tho highest market prlco for cash see County Surveyor R. M. Basham, of Tito Adkins headed a big delegato which place his Conference lately JNO. R..W1MP, of Irvlugton Vanzant, who was in town Saturday, assigned him. He is followed by Rev. tion for Roosevelt. NATHAN EHRLICH J. W. C. McCoomer, who comes from reports plenty of work in his line. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Roosevelt men wore white 127 E. Gray St. Cynthlana. If the time ever comes in this coun badges and the Taft men bier red Moorman Ditto, after closing his ty when the Republicans know they are going to carry for the county offices, buttons. school at Union Star, is at home-Mrs- . they will owe Jule Jackson, of Tarfork, Talk about your Democratic Heber Roberts is ill of pneu" any nomination he wants. In the past conventions, but this one beat monia, they have not meted to him according Mrs. Dally Beard and children and to his deserts. He is too good a man to any thing ever pulled off by the Eggs from thoroughbred B. P for a live one. Miss Emma Ahl are visiting relatives hold until they see defeat staring at Democrats Rocks; Buffand Black Orphiilgl in Louisville this week. them, and when nominations go begThe Democrats wero jubilant tons; Brown and White ging. To name him then would be to Mrs. G. W. Evans has a large line Silver Wyandottes. over tho wide-ope- n split. sacrifice, in adversity, a man who merof high class millinery. White Bantams Sherman Ball seemed to have, Miss Nealya Mattingly, who is at- ited a reward in prosperity. His teams 61 ribbons at two shows; get tending St. Romuald's school here, all busy plowing Saturday, he walked and did have, everything going tho best from visited her parents in Cloverport Sat in to the convention, supported Taft, his way. but in a spirit that meant the other urday and Sunday. The Taft men were afraid of SMART BROS,, : Clonrport, K$ man a hearing and a right to his Special price from each Post Office. The entertainment at the High choice. the yard, and we don't blame School building on April Fool evening, them. Mr. Brabandt, photographer of Clogiven by the junior class, was highly enjoyed by a goodly sized crowd not- verport, has opened a studio at HarThe Republicans are certainly munaaiea; tnlrty persons drowned;-"-! withstanding the inclement night. The dinsburg over Walker's bakery, and good scrappers. nu a unanciai loss of $ 10,000,000 conamusements were appropriate foi the will be there Thursday, Friday and siuuce tne result of a two weeks' flo, Roily Meador bad to maunt the in the Mississippi Saturday of this week. occasion. Valley. bench two or three times to keep were arnvea at last night These flguri The Epworth League meetings at by Hon. John P. Haswell, of Louisville, the M. E. church South have been his name off tho Roosevelt delega- - ment engineers and officials Govrri K? was at home last week for several days. of Stal changed from the first and third Sun uon. xie earn ne simply wouldn't i,evee Hoards engaged in battling fc Joe Moor j, from the Bowling Green ('ay nights to three o'clock on each u ana on pue went. inmg sweep oi tne Mississippi an Business University, was here Satur- Sunday afternoon. Marvin Beard is siana David Phelps declined the secday enroute to his home near McDan- President. Hundreds of persons still are ma-retary's place in the Rump Coniels for a visit. i Millinery that you can depend on aced by the tide of the river at pointg vention. He had enough. Moorman Ditto, one of the most suc- for service and satisfaction at Mrs. G. in lower Missouri, NorhwestTenness '" Delegates were only worth $1.50 and Arkansas. They cessful teachers In the county, left W. Evans. are marooned InM and railroad fare to Hardinsburg uouse tops, in trees and pn anchored' rans oirectiy in the sweep of the ram and instructed their delegates to vote for at Irvington. 7 Judge E. C. O'Rear, Hon. Leslie Combs, RED LETTER DAY Isn't it fun to seo the other fel paging river. Conservative judgment at Memphis Hoc D C.EdwHrds and some represent- lows scrapping? is expressed in belief that the great ative colored man as delegates from the Wo really' feel sorry for Bro. majority Continued 5rom page 1 state at large, and Hon. C. M. Barnet Stone. of these flood prisoners will But he got in hh speech be rescued. Akors, R. L. Oelzo and Pal Gar- and J, R. Eskridge as delegates from in spite of tho noise. ner committee on resolutions and the Fourth Congressional District. Sherman Ball was tho happiest The following named delegates were delegates. selected to attend the district conven man in the convention after the While tho committee on resolu- tion at Elizabethtowu: John. P. Has- fight was over. tions were getting readv to report well jr., A. T. Beard, Allen R. Kinche-loElizabethtown Convention. the Kov. Chas. Stone mounted a J R. Eskridge, Wm Ahl, S P. Farmers are hustling this prettyf table and spoke for Roosevelt. Parks, A. T. Adkins, R. T. Cain, Geo. Elizabethtowu, Aprjl 0. The Con weather, D. A. vention here today controlled by Taft Miss Beulah Rice is visiting Thoro was so much noise and Royalty, Milt Whitworth, Robert Crlder, McIIenry Dow delegates. 120 votes for Taft and 88 ington. S confusion he gave up the job and ell, Oicar Black. G. N. Taul. Robert for Roosevelt. Roy Bond i JB and Tllson Ivan Bates will be home from Owetwv got down from his high porch, not Polk, David B. Phelps, L. L. Mitchel, Smith named as delegates. ""'"ouuu lo spena the summer wlti Pal Garner, Geo. Miller, J C. Ilamble-toin a good humor, however. uia parents. j W. N. Pile, Ira Roberts, Dr.Suive-ley- , McQUADY The committee on resolutions Bertha Burdett. who is 111 of John B. Bates. reported through their chairman, Miss Hallie Beatty opened a spring omupuon, is no Detter. Tbe following were named as delegates Mr. Akors, and wore adopted, to the State convention: John P. Has- school here Monday. Silas Elmore will move to EvansviU then tho convention adjourned. well Jr., II. M. Deard, Allen R. Kinche-loauuu. Mrs. Bruner and little J. R, Eskridge, Wm. Abl, W. S. Miss Fanny Dyer, of near Garfield Tho following delegates wore . P. 11. Keenan Viae ,,u,ol4CU tstt.-- j .. .. eaineriBfl Ball, S. P. Parks, A. T. Adkins, R. T. are visiting Mrs. Ruby Davis. corn. named to attend tho State ConWhitworth, Geo. John Burnett entertained with muvention ut Louisvillo: V. S. Ball, Cain, Bates, Royalty, Milt J.P.Whittlnghlll.McHeury sic Saturday night at Mr. John Bates' jude Mingus has bought a fine youV J. B. UMg """J C. Heron, Chas. Dowell, Robert Crider, G. N.Tnul.Robt. JudgoAhl, D. vie Kobertson. Co?' a large crowd was present and all en- slderatlon 205. Pig-got- t, Blanford, J. N. Akcrs, W. J. Polk, David 15. Phelps, L. L. Mitchel, joyed the evening. W. L. Keenan sold to 11. O. Perkins, Pal Garner, Ileston Driskell, Geo Miller, J. C.IIam-bletoMrs. Scutt Mattingly, of Kirk, was last week a fin vn,,n K..11 Frank Deaii r W. N. Pile, Ira Roberts, Robeit j -- M6 uuu tor $,55, II. M. Beard, Roily Meador, J. the guest of friends here Sunday. Lafe Taul, of McQuady, spent Whetherford, and T. L Curtis. M. Fitch, Walter Henningor, A. Carroll Asklns, of Evansville, is -- j wjijj an brother P his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. "MUUU' R. Kincholoe, C. C. Brock, J. P. iur am says his wife is Rump Convention. Askins. Haswell, Jr., R. L. Oolze, O. E. Deiter. Mr. Eskridgo then called the John Ruppert was kicked by a horse Floyd, Geo. Gray, J. 11. Eskridgo, There will be preaching every tr Friday and his leg broken. Henry Cannon, T. B. Beard, W. houso to order. ine paste Miss Cassie Long, of Roseville, who Judgo Ahl was oledtod ChairC. Kano, Curt Pate Sam Batsott, juim u. wuncan. Come out has been visiting at Mr. H. u. Pay. hear the gospel. man, und Louis II. .Toll', SecreS. P. Payne. ne's, returned home Thursday, she was C. L. Lane, of Cloverport, Tho question then arose over tary. has accompanied by her sister, Miss Regi-n- a here. A set of resolutions were then Long, who will spend a week with tho reading of tho resolutions. H Mr. Eskridgo claimed that thoy adopted and delegates were named her. Politicians to Elizabtthttwu. n A new telephone exchange has been wore adopted without reading and to attend tho Convention at and Louisvillo to protest (installed here. It will be operated by asked all Roosevelt men to stay iu ;,a.Pal,TA'J1' Kinchelr, Mrs. W. H. Brlckey. R. N. Akers H. the court room that tho conven- against tho proceedings just hold. This was a harmonious meeting. Flood Calamity Grows. tion was not over. koii rr:x' 1"?" Sunday. i l ut Cloverport, J POULTRY Lefc-horn- s; T - WORK e, Whit-tiughil- l, tn ,J Mk u, e, grand-daught- er, 4 ?l "l vis-Itin- g s" S. I .. Eliza-bothtow- Aueiwuscveinjouvenuonaiuarcuns. ourKi 'asl Saturdny,eudorsed Col. Roosevelt for the nomination ior President, M Notes. U boodman. of HinvKnt,u Thirty thousand persons homeless; wont to Elizabethtown Pinchecoo was represented by a two thousand square milts of country attend tho T);et,.? n MondftT vv wuveatjon. w. uog0 iym. Ahi ,si,wWi A - :.