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Every- FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 41 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1912. WRITES HAMBURG All WIN PENNSYLVANIA State Almost u Commending The County High School-Mee- ts RequireA-- ment Fdr Recognition of The Fif University In Class the marriage of Miss Christina Francis-k- a (teen Units Required For Zeller to Mr. William Burkard y Freshman Entrance To Enter Schmitt on hWednesday morning, April nineteen hundred the twenty-fourtState College. and twelve at 0 o'clock at St. Anthony's church, Louisville, Ky. Mr. Schmitt MARKED PROGRESS Is the brother of Mrs E. Frank Carter, SCHOOL'S of this place. A reception will be given at the home of the bride in Louisville Mr. Jesse Whltwortb, Secretary from ten to one o'clock. Board of Education, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Sir: After ray visit to your town, A Young Wife Dead and inspection of work done in your High School, and after our committee Mrs. Halmer Pato died at her home on Accredited Schools have carefully on the Seaton farm near Ball Town, considered the information given in April 13. Mrs. Pate was the daughter your request for accrediting, I am pre- of Mr. and Mrs. James Tindall, and pared to say that your school meets all was abouc eighteen years of age. requirements for recognition by the University in Class A, with IS units possible for your graduates to make, 15 KENTUCKHRESS being required for Freshman entrance in the University. It gives me pleasure to convey 10 Will Meet At Olympian Springs you this information, because I can see Days The First Of June-Fi- ve your school deserves it. 1 was very much pleased with the work I found At The Charming Summer being done there, and especially pleased with the school sentiment manifest Resort. in the community. It indicate progress along right lines and I feel asThe annual mid summer meeting of sured your high school is destined to do the Kentucky Press Association will be splendid work for your community. 5 held at Olympian Springs June I will also recommend your school The resort is located fifty miles east of for recognition by the other colleges in Lexington and has a new hotel that acthe State, so that any of your graduates comodates 25O guests. The committee will be admitted into any of the higher on entertainment will soon get busy institutions of learning without exami- ami make the outing another delightful nation other than that given by your occasion for the editors.. IO-I- Unanimous For New Jersey Governor, And Mrs. Temple Has Been The Colonel Has Five-SixtA Subscriber Since 1876. Rough-Ride- r Of The Delegates. hs to us n legacy in remembrance. She lias passed away to her eternal home, happy, crowned and blessed, for "Mess-c- d are the dead which die in the Lord," they rest from their labors and their works do iollow them. Mrs. R. II. Pierce, Mrs. Frank Fralze, Mrs. A R, Fisher. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more school. Personally, I desire to thank you for the many courtesies received at your Sweet Sixteen Miss Mary Gibson, tha attractive Mr. and Mrs.W. H. Gibson, sincere regards, I am, celebrated her sixteenth birthday in a future, and with happy way Friday evening, by enter Yours very respectfully, taining several friends. Those present McHenrv Rhoads. were: Misses Isabella Burns, Mary Supervisor of High Schools. Harris Perkins, Gibson, Virginia Gensie Wills, Luclle Hardin. Ruther Pate, Percy Jolly, James Sklllman. Eldred Babbage. hands while in Hardinsburg. Desiring to be of, service to you and your school in any way possible in the and had nothing to say regarding the result. United States Senator Penrose, the recognized leader of the Republican organization and the leading Taft boomer In this State. left the city early in the afternoon and boarded his yacht at Atlantic City, where he Is safe from interviewers. Tonight the Roosevelt camDaien managers are celebrating their victory to the fullest extent. They are claim ing more than sixty two delegates re turned so far give them. While the exception of one or two districts in the State, Wilson will have a solid delegation from this State to the Democratic National Convention. Ill In Dear Mr. Babbage: Please change my paper from Deland, Fla., to Owens-borshire. Victory Celebrated I hate to miss one paper as I have been a subscriber since 1876, when REPUB'AN MACHINE STUNNED the paper was in its infancy. Its like a letter from home and friends. Enclosed find check for one dollar. Philadelphia, April 13. The primary Best wishes from your friend, election in Pennsylvania resulted in a Mrs. Lucy E. Temple. landslide for Col. Roosevelt and Gov. Wcodrow Wilson. As the returns con Delegates To Louisville. tinue to come in the victory for the Roosevelt adherents becomes more Mrs. Virge Ilabbage was elected as a complete. Of the (H delegates elected In the 32 delegate to tepresent the Methodist districts, fully 50 are pledged to vote Foreign Missionary Society at tho meetfor Roosevelt. Added to this is the ing in Louisville May 22 at The Tom-piIt is a joint meeting of the Woprobability that the Republican State man's Home ami Foreign Missionary Convention, which will choose I2 to the National Conven-tion.w- ill societies of the Louisville conference. A vote will be taken to decide whether be controlled by the anti-Ta- ft element, insuring at least 62 delegates or not these two societies of the church bo united into one society. Mrs. Wick-liff- e for Roosevelt from this State. Dellaven was elected 'alternate del The Republican organization was egate. by the defeat of the Taft stunned Goes To New Hamp- o. appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar e. BASE-BA- LL GAME HORSE es M k MAN Attend Funeral Of Mr. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Pauley, of Mattoon, 111.; Mrs. Thurman Adams.of Louisville; Will Wilson' of Cannelton, Wilson, with their mother, Mrs. attended tho funeral of their father, Mr. David Wilson. The services were M-r- At Hardinsburg Saturday. Brec- Abe Lyons Kicked By A Horse And Dies At His Home At kinridge High School And Custer-Pecul- iar Louisville High School Teams Accident. Will Cross Bats Before a Big Crowd the home of Mrs. Milt Hardinsburg, April I5. (Special) Smith, on Third street on the West game 0f tne reason side. Rev Frank Lewis officiated. The first base-baMrs. Will Ahl, of Holt, also was here. is scheduled for next Saturday, when conducted from ll Hook-Mar- ker Wedding. the Breckenrldge High School will cross bats with the Louisville High School on the local diamond. daughter of Hardinsburg. daWWon Miss Lizzie Blake is in Hardinsburg at the bedside of her biother Fiauk Blake, wha is ill of pneumonia fever appendicitis. He is at the home of his sister, Mrs. G. W. Hook. Ml s Lillian Hook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hook, of Hardinsburg, Baptist Preacher Pleases and W. W. Marker, of West Baden, Two Large Congregations. Indiana, were married at St. Romuald's parsonage on Tuesday morning of last week. Wednesday morning they left The Rev. Mr. E. O. Cottrell, the new for West Baden. pastor of the Baptist church of this The bride is the attractive, eldest city, preached two excellent sermons daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hook. The here Sunday. His congregations were groom is an enterprising druggist. made up of men, women and children, who were greatly pleased to hear him. Abe Lyons, n farmer near Custer, met death in a peculiar way Friday. He was riding home horse-bacfrom Custer. The animal became frightened, threw him to the ground and kicked him in the stomach. He was able to ride bacc to town for help, but died in a few hours. Mr. Lyons' death is deeply rogreted and was a great shock to the conimuni-ty- . He leaves a wile and two children. The funeral and imrial took place at Custer. Mrs. Porter Here. M B. C. R. the societies of the Louisville tery, desires to met-- Porter, president of all Presby- h- - Dies At His Daughter's Home In Citizen Louisville -- Former Buys A Nice Bunch of Cattle. TAFTJAKES PROF. CHAU TANNER The Rev. Mr. Lewis all the ladies of the Lucile Memorial at the home of Mrs. C. A. Tanner this afternoon Wednesday, April I7 at 2 o'clock. JESSE WEATHERHOLT place, died Thursday in Louisville at the home of his daughter, Mrs. T. B. Adams, after a lenghty i.lness. The last year of his life had been sad on account of losing his ejesight and also suffered from paralysis. He was sixty-on- e years of age. Mr. Wilson leaves his widow, Mrs. Mary Wilson, two daughters, Mrs Tillman Pauley, of Mattoon, III., Mrs. Truman Adams, of Louisville, and one son, William R. Wilson, of Cannelton. The body was brought here for burial and the funeral and interment took place Saturday afternoon. and Mr. Wilson wan a d and had a good circle a man of true friends. He was a member of the Methodist church. He never forgot Cloverport. Every time he renewed his subscription to the paper he always expressed a tender feeling for his old home. After he became blind his family read him the News and he cherished every word of it. brick-mas- o well-like- Called To Georgia The Delegation From Kentucky. Elected Principal Of Irvington Of Cloverport Brought Home School-H- as Had Charge of Experiments With Have Twenty-Thre- e Dynamite Instruct Widow The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis, pastor of For Burial-Lea- ves averaging 1000 pounds. Horn cattle, Cloverport School Three the Methodist church of this city, was Expects To Have A Fine Crop ed Votes In The National He says they are beam ies. Mr. Dean And Three Children. Years-Thre- e Other Teach- called to Val Dosta, Georgia, yesterday Of Potatoes In His Garden Convention -- No Bolt As Was makes a specialty of Angus cattle, buymorning on account of the serious ill ing, selling and breeding At Sunset ers Elected. ness of his niece. Threatened. David Wilson, a former citizen of this , Chas. W. Dean, Glen Dean, bought last week of Jesse A. Moorman a nice bunch of 8 head of Angus and Shoit Park-Enthusi- astic Carpet Tacking Party. Mrs. John D Babbage gave a carpet tacking party at her home Friday afternoon and the guests cut rags to make a blue and white drugget. At five o'clock Miss Mildred Babbage served a luncheon to the guests In the dining room. Plates were set for the following: Mrs. Sallie Moorman, Mrs. A. R. Fisher, Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mrs. Nannie Ferry, Mrs. A. H. Murray, Mrs. V. G. Babbage, Mrs. W. H. Bowmer, Mrs. James B, Randall and Mrs. John D. Babbage. HARVESTEIURUST Case Is Affirmed. .Court Of Appeals Upholds Breckinridge County Fine Of $500. Holds Summons Legal Court Frankfort.Ky., April 10. affirmed the case of of Appeals the International Harvester Company vs. Commonwealth, from Breckinridge county, upholding a line of 1500 under an indictment charging it with being a member of a pool, trust or combination with other companies. The company claimed that it had not been legally served with process, as it Is a Wisconsin corporation, and no one of its olllcers was served wth summons, the summons being served on OL.Pace, its airant in Breckinridge county. The court here says the summons on face was legal, us nc wu trie ageru of the Harvester Company; that it was not an interference with commerce law. This is the pioneer case in tie matter of the legality of such a summons, land an appeal will likely be taken to the Supreme Court. to-da- Looking Up Family History. Prof. Ernest Greenwell, ot Mt. Sterling, 111., was in Hardinsburg Monday examining the records to see if he could fifid any trace of his great who left this county in 1810 and He is visiting his went to Illinois. Guard Hawklns,of Stephensport. uncle, grand-father, y h n it 117 Building New Home. Iryine Mercer was in Irvlngton Saturday buying doors, windows and the finishings for his new home near Roset-tHe is building on a beautiful situaMr. Mercer la a progressive tion. young farmer, a, I Tin re will he preaching services Over The New Device. at the Lucile Memoiiitl and a corThe trustees of the Irvington school Ky., April 11. The Re Louisville, publican State Convention closed at have elected teachers for the 1012 11)13 dial invitation is extended to all church Jesse Weatherholt, the people to at0:40 without the threatened term. They are as follows: Chas. A. members and barber of this city, dynamited his garTanner, Principal; Mrs. Tanner, first tend. bolt on the pat t of the Roosevelt faction. den last Tuesday as an experiment. assistant; Mrs, Bob McGlothlan and President Taft will have twenty-threDuring the winter months he studied Mary Robbington. Birthday Dinner. instructed votes in the national conven- Miss the articles on the use of explosives tion. One delegate from the Fifth Con In farm work which were published In from the Eleventh Plenty Peaches. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Frank entertained Tho Ureckenrldge News and thought will support Roosevelt. at dinner Sunday, April 11. 11)12, the if dynamite was a success on the farm Everett L. Pate says that he has occasiou'lit-inThe four delegates at large from KenMr. Frauk's 46th birth- it ought to ba on a garden. nre: Senator William O. Brad- promise of a fine fruit crop this year, day. The dinner was quito a success as tucky Mr. Weatherholt's garden is 10 x 80 ley, who was chosen by acclamation; notwithstanding the cry "no peaches". everything in reason was served that is feet. He used three sticks of dynamite brought a bunch of healthy peach good for Judge James G. Breathitt, Hopkins-vill- He the inner man. Those present fifteen feet apart and exploded each W. D. Cochran, Maysville, and blobsoms to the News office yesterday. were: Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hrickey, Mr. charge a short distance below the surJ. Edward Wood, a negro preacher and Mrs. Isaac Wells, Mr. and Mrs. T. face. Mr. Weatherholt said the water Sales Of Jersey Cows. from Danville. The alternates nre: L. M. Hates, Mr. and Mrs. James J stood on his garden and there was no L. Bristow, Georgetown; J. C Speight, Misses Lulu and Irene Hrickey. way to drain it off well, so he thought Col. H. J. Gorsuch, of Irvington, sold Mayfield; W. J. Seitz, Morgantown.and to Geo. N. Lyddan a beautiful Jersey Everyone had nu enjoyable day and all dynamite would relieve the situation the Rev. Stafford Campbell, a negro cow Monday for $75 and bought three. hope that Mr. Frank will have many and it did. Ittbroke ujt the top soil, from Lexington. One from Ernest Henderson for 1 60; more birthdays. enough of the hardpan to let tho water one from Mr. Oiler tor $60 and one from down in the subsoil. To get the water C. Carman for $60. oil of his garden is almost satisfaction In Memorial. enough. Mr. Weatherholt planted it In WORLD'S GREATEST potatoes and also planted a row of CARD OF THANKS We as a missionary society, wish to potatoes in a piece of ground where give an expression of love and admiru-tio- n Through the columns of The Brecken-ridgdynamite was not used. "One thing for our dear departed frieud, Mrs. News, wo wish to thank the good about dynamite, It gives one a dreadful John Lallelst. By her infiriuaties of age people of Cloverport and vicinity for headache, said Mr. Woathorholt, "but heroic efforts and prompt action she could not meet with us, Hut we had their on the roof Carrying perhaps 1,200 souls 1 found a cure for it just oat a strong in her prayers and her example of faith of extinguishing the flames evening of our residence Monday with nor tho magnificent litior Ti- onloa." He learned how to use the exand consecration. May her memory be last week. J. A. Barry and wife. plosive on railroad work and says he tanic sunk yesterday morning knows it is a good thing for farm pronear JJ o'clock in two miles of wa- ducts. He is anxious to see it used in an orchard, ter 500 miles out to sea from HalMr. Weatherholt promises to let the Contribute to Tht Ntivt by Mrs. Rqbtrt Piirce ifax. It is said tho Carpathia, News know which crop of potatoes bearing; 80G persons, found hours turns out better, the one planted la tho old way or with the new device. Habit is hard to overcome. later, drifting in lifeboats, is makIf you take off tho first letter it does not chango "abit". ing rapidly for port. Most of Afraid To Risk It If you take oil another letter you still have a "bit" loft. Suu-du- y non-churcht h well-knov- n. e o e; Kee-un- u, e HABIT AND ITS WAYS If you still tako off nnothor lottor, tho wholo of "it" re- Inter-stat- e Wedding In Louisville. Relative and friends of this city have received the following invitation: "The honor of your prwence is requested at mains. And if you tako offanothoi letter it is not "t-- " totally used up. All of which shows that, if you wish to bo rid of a habit, you must throw it off altogether. those rescued aro women and chilInsurance agent "Why dren. Information is coming by tuke out a policy, payable to don't you your wife wireless, very unsatisfactorily, incase you die?" Hawkins "I'm afraid to." making it impossible to get details "Why?" of tho worst calamity in marino "Oh. uiv wife always has such conrf I luck." Llpplncott's. history. fN Dniry's Breeding Stock GLENJM i). T. Why Pay Fhrt Tktwt Mtra ftr a fWtf than You nitd tor J F. Owen went to Louis- ville Monday. J. JM. Howard wasMn Louisville FLINTOID ROOFING Outlasts FIVE Ordinary Roofs. Nearly Twenty Years' Test Proves it. Friday. Bourke Cochran Registry No. 2158, Vol. 5 Description and Pedigree Mrs. Strothcr and daughter, Zclma, of Big Spring, are visiting relatives hero. t, Bov. II. M. Jarboe, of was visiting his brother, J. William Jarboe; near Axtol, Saturday. Ho preached at Sand Sundoy. Hill school-hous- e Steph-enspot- C Has ao Equal for Farm, Factory and Residence buildi- ngs. C Kant Leak Kleets insure absolutely water tight scams. C Your Dealer can furnish Samples and Proofs. C. If not, ask Us. Mrs. J. M. Howard was in Louisvillo last week getting the latest things in millinery and BOURKE COCHRAN is h blood Indies dress goods for her trade. bay stallion, foaled April 1912; n Crit Seaton is still surviving tho hind foot white; sire ClicstorllDaro shock of tho big steam roller No. 10, Grand Siro Black Squirrol which passed over him at No. 58; dam Mabel Denmark No. 2019 Farmers in this vicinity are by Denmark Chief No. GS2, 2nd dam 3rd dam putting in some good licks now by Coleman's Eureka t. b.; plowing and powing oats. by Brinkor's Dunow No. 1600. Wilson Owen & Co., have made Bourke Cochran is 1G hands high, a great improvement in their store weight 1150 pounds; beautiful head by tearing out a petition ana reand neck, the best back you oversaw arranging their stock. It looks on a horse; good bone; without a liko a now store. blemish; fine mane and tail and Willis of r bbj '''lRiit carries tail right; novor needs a pinch Bough, wasGreen, Friday. Falls of Every here of ginger. This horbC is absolutely body in this town likes Willis and glad to see him. in a class to himself; standard and Ho goes all the gaits registered. Why He Was Late. B.?3LiK: frJT . !A VkL'Si j'im4's8H)''v' ftABmoBBaT' fast and well. His gaits are natural j "What made vou so late?" and not acquit cd. Bourke Cochran has made a reputation that would be "ImetSmithson." "Well, that is no reason why you a credit to any living stallion. Has should bo an hour late getting home to never been dcfetited when being shown in the model string and has won the blue in tho combined saddle supper." "I know, but I ask him how he was and harness hor.e sweep stakes at the Hodgcnville Fair, Laltue county. Hard-insburg. ROOFING DEPARTMENT OHIO The Diem & Wing Paper Company, PIONEERS IN THE ROOFING LINE CINCINNATI, Sale Agency T. F. BOHLER. Cloverport, Ky HOE 5ii -- 1 v. io) " ni V 'tBm1JBMHibbV The Old Reliable Arlington ARLINGTON DARE U Registery No. 3433 Dre 1 feeling, and he insisted on telling me about his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamberlain's Tablets?" "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold by all dealers. Beef Blood and Bone s FERTILIZER Manufactured by Virginia-Carolin- a BIG SPRING. a bay stallion, star, hind ankles white. Sire Highland Dare No. 1534, Held over from last week he by Chester Dare No. 10, d.im Mary Skelton No. 5153, she by Arlington Denmark No. 2G and he by The weathei has been so bad, no Maiuhrino Denmark. This young stallion was foaled in 1908 and is a youngster of promise. He is bred news, but things are coming to life and right, is a strong individual and a bold going fellow, with plenty of size and finish. Chemical Co. What Some Good Horse Men Have to Say: y likelhis bold, trot". Tom Bland "lie is the best one that I've seen in these parts". Taylor Do well "Ho is just tho kind that I would hive Inught inys3lf if I ludjbjan g ung, f) buy He's a show hoise, too. Walter Moorman "Has plenty ofbone and siibstancu". George Prather "Looks better every time you see him". farmers, are getting busy. Ed. Martin has a fine girl at his house, born April 3, and he is very, E. P. Ilardaway "I get-awa- very happy. Geo Prather and wife and little daughter, Mary Willie, spent Sunday with Bennie Flowers. Rev. King filled his regular appointment at Custer Sunday. Barber Blue, of Morganfield, was the guest of Miss Ermine Cox last week. Dick Dowell was in Louisville last week selling tobacco. C. C. Martin was in Louisville last week selling tobacco for the firm of C. C Martin & Son. Mrs Strother and daughter, Miss Zelma, who have been in Owensboro this winter, will be at home next week. Mrs. Alex Mjers has been sick for some time. Dr. Witt and wife went to Louisville Saturday for a few dajs. John Morris and Jack Collins went to Louisville lust week. Ben Clarkson is at home for a few Gives better results than any other brand. Place your orders early. For Sale by " W. C. MOORMAN, GLEN DEAN, KY. lOEZZlH "f at--Bou- These two stallions will be found at my place, mile East of Bewleyville, on the Louisville and Hardinsburg road and will be permitted to serve mares Cochran $20.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. Arlington Dare $15.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. rke i l IQIZf DIH IOC 2-Go- od Jacks-- 2 so-ne Mr. This famous Washington county Jack, known all over Hicckcmidgo, Meade and Haidin counties for utility mules with one of bisons. Independence, will l)o found at tbe above mentioned place where they will bo ready for sorvii-- at .$10 for a colt that stands up and sucks. age, 15 hands high. The Hen is a .lack of best breeding .lack in tho three counties. days Miss Leah Meador and father have been to Louisville for a short visit. Masons met here Friday night and had some advance work to do. Miss Maggie Gordon, who in staying with Ed, Martin, spent Sunday with home folks in Meade county John Morris is to have a new clerk soon, Air. Schjler Martin. "I made a bad mistake today" said Blank to his wife. "I went to pay that subscription to the daily.which was $5. 1 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 youj' 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 account at our bank. 1 Blank's Mistake FIRST STATE BANK, x Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier the 4th day of .July, 154 haudihigh, will be largo bono and black as a crow. Would look good at tho State Fair. Independence For Women Who Care Of course you use an antiseptic in your family and in the caro of your own person, and you want tho best. Instead of what you have been using such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or peroxide, won't you please try I'axtlne, a concentrated antiseptic powder to be dissolved in water aa needed. l'axtino is more economical, more cleansing, more germicidal and mora healing than anything you ever used. !! RURAL TELEPHONES ' !j j 5SS.353eK5eE5 ' 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. CLWill 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. Mr. 1 armor, aro you interested ? If so, call on the "mnnnornrnf flio f!iimVn0nnr1 Tnlanlinna iV Tn1anl. Company and havo hira explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. J I J jk Zaa&n& ANTISEPTIC i! ' a ,; (Incorporated.) VCTVTYvPTVTYTWWTV 7T miURFRiiyn TCiCPunyc uu.nuuuniiu uvw uunu u. 1 i tpicgdipu nnuoiuvI I I LLUUIin. II UUH1I An i. 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 In tho toilet to cleanse and whiten the teeth, removu tartur and prevent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy dUeaso germs, and purify the breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridge work clean and odorless. To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify the breath after smoking. To eradicate persolra-tlo- n odors by sponge bathing. As a medicinal agent for local treatment of femlulno ills where pelvic catarrh, inflammation and ulceration exist, nothing equals hot douches of Paxtine. For ten years tho Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. lias been regularly advising their patients to use it because of its extraordinary cleansing, healing and k'onnlcldnl power. For this pur pose alono Paxtine Is worth its weight in gold. Also for nasal catarrh, eon throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds All druggists, 33 and fiu cents a box Trial box and testimony of SI THE PAXTONTOILETOO.(BotTON,M-- IRVINGTON CEMENT BLOCK CO. MANUFACTURERS OP Building Blocks, Porch Columns, Window Sills, Coping and Gate Posts Sidewalk Work and Hollow Building Blocks a Specialty R. B. McGLOTHLAN, Manager Box 64 women free on request. Irvington, Ky. Telephone 43-- 3 k r r' SOMETHING ABOU T BASEBALL FORI 91 2 WANTED! To buy 70 young owe hccp with lambs lu-ii- SMllCS Pretty Tub Silks THE MOST APPROVED STYLES AND COLORINGS Colonels Lost First Two Games. . Over Ton Thousand Enthusiasts Witness Game At Eclipse Park-Ru- lilies 27-inc- AN EXPERIENCED MINER de Waddell On to operate country coal mine nil tlio yours mun with small (iitnlly, nfole and wllllntc to work 31 In. vein by tlio OF PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS-BLA- CK AND COLORS AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES Shower Proof Foulards 1 8-in- Firing Lino For The Millers. JACK TIGHE . ONE TENANT r STILL HOPEFUL. Get interested hi baseball, even if the Colonels did lose the two first games. Manager Tighe says they will come out all right. Louisville: Stnusbiiry 3b; ISurch If; Haydcn rf; Bransfield lb; Stanley cf; Dell 2b; Beumiller ss; Scliiel c; Lowder-"taU- k p. ncrcs toliaecoj somo corn: hrit laud In rourty, rlvt-- bottom land thdt will product' 3,000 lln. por ncro or second vcur land In hill that will nvcrnRo 1.600 His. per acre. Sitt" Fancy Silks li Plain Silks 45c Yard 32 55c Yard Shower-proo- f and Satin Foulards, in a large line of neat and attractive designs; hlso brocaded effects; nil the n w shades for spring and summer season;unusual bargain at Wc a yard. h 35c Yard This extra lot of Fancy Silks sists of Checked and Striped Soft-finishe- 65c Yard conI.oui-sines. " One Single Hand 'oJffiSJ0 Wto 9K QTPCRQ color, 1,000 pounds, red CO O I Luna larso triune. 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 In this lot of Plain colored Silks are Twill Messaline, Plain Epcnglo Taffetas, in checks and stripes, in a largo line and Trlcotlne; all the new spring of colors, would assuredly make a shadings and really worth $1.00 a pretty and Inexpensive dress. yard; to soil at (lie a yard. d ' Address r The vi'ory in the inaugural engagement tU Eclipse Park in Louisville last Wednesday afternoon, was won by the Minneapolis club over the Colonels. Tills was a great disappointment to the Aans in Cloverport, but as Mr. Emeil Nolte said "It sounds, natural". Little Dope On Baseball. 1 The Leagues you will be most inter- ; ested in are as follows: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Minneapolis Louisville. St. Paul Indianapolis. Kansas City Columbus. Milwaukee Toledo. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago Cincinnati. Pittsburgh St. Louis. Philadelphia Boston. New York Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE. St. Louis Chicago. Detroit Cleveland. Washington Philadelphia. Boston New York. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. Nashville Memphis . Mobile New Orleans. Chattanoga Atlanta. Montgomery Birmingham. You notice there are eight teams to each league and Louisville belongs to the American Association. All of these leagues belong under one government, that is, all leagues observe certain regulations in regard to each other. Connie flack And His Team. Mack Connie, manager of the Athletics, writes in The Saturday Evening Post, how to make a winning ball team. He says, "There's no use wasting time "Jwith a player who isn't ambitious to ' rise in hU profession. Excesses of any kind will ruin the cleverest ballplayer. And by excesses I don't mean drinking and moral uncleanliness only, I include All of his men eating to excess." promised not to take a drink and after a fourth game, one had a bad cold and seemed iu tor a case of grippe He came to him that evening and said: "Connie, I'm half sick. I need something to brace me up or I may be in bed tomorrow. If you don't mind,.I want to take a drink." "All right," Mr. Connie told him. "Do as you like but I would rather die than take a drink!" "That settles it", 'said the player, "no drink for me!" Mr. Mack Avrites, "Next day I put He got on first, him in the game. stole second at a critical moment and helped turn the tide of victory in our favor. And he did it without a drink!" Rube Waddell. Mr. Mack writes interestingly of J. W. HOUSE ADAIR, Hancock County, Kentucky Extra Quality Black Silks IFInc 36-Inch 24-inc- h Plain Colored-Ponge- e Clack SIIKs, Consisting of 1 I This silk that is being used so extensively for coats and dresses. Rube Waddell, who let drink get the best of him. Rube is with the Millers this season. Baseball Notes. Returns arc put on bulletins eveiy" afternoon at five o'clock at Marion Weatherholt's office and at the News office. Breck-enridg- e Oil-Boil- ed Black Peau dc Sole Black Satin Duchess Black Twill Messaline Taffeta 1.25 J V-Jv- -J JJy 4. 8Sc a . 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 SILKS that you would expect to pay for; special value yard ooo Poulard Silks Messaline Silks Fancy Silks Silk Pongee The Colonels first victory was Friday, April 12, after being defeated twice by the Millers. "ooo Marlon Weatherholt, manager of the Kid Ball Team this summer. Thev will begin playing as soon as school closes, which is May 17. ooo The Breckenridge News wants a good reporter for the Cloverport Baseball Team this year. The News staff is more interested in baseball this year and wants good dope about the teams in the county. odo No Sunday ball games will be reported in the News, At 00c you can havo choice of Messaline.all with stripes At this price wo are offering an At this price we are leaturing a -stripe Crepe do Paris. This goods large line of Satin and Twill Fou- in black and white; plain Satin Messaline with hairline stripes;and has a self colored hairlino stripe, in all the new spring shadlards, Fancy Messaline with designs;21 Inches in designs. Indeed, a most attractive and in all the new shades; also an ings; handsome width and really worth up to 65c a lot of newest silks for spring 18 inch Sola Silk, with a neat dresses and waists. design, at 2!)c a yard. yard. ribbonAll-Silk self-colore- d self-color- 39c 50c 29c 39c a yard is a very small price for this fashionable All Silk Pongee in tan and natural colors. At this 30c ed price you can also buy a Shaggy Shantung; full line of shades. Plain Jap Silk On 27-inc- h Silk Braze self-colored Plain Satin Messaline designs fl All shades and black and white, sale now at, ayard 29c in a large lino of styles and at the most extraordinarily low price fZn 30 Inches in width; extra finish; comes In all shades special value at. . Qff OiJl ooo Every member of the Cloverport Team ought to subscribe for the Breckenridge News and give the press support for their untiring efforts. A Always The Best For' Less Texas Wonder. j i BACONS aHBHWWwiwwiMtMtltfllLni'Blvmf INCORPORATED Mail Orders yrfc y5r Carefully Filled Jf wy M Market Street Between Third and Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. ' Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Haute, Ind. "I tried Cardui, and it helped me greatly. Now, I do my own washing and ironing." kE63 The Woman's Tonic Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural manner on the delicate, womanly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than a million women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that will do you good. it At tl ing atwrM. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men IT OFF and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small. bottle is'.two Rid Yourself of Unnecessary month's treatment and selcom fails to Burdens. perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Don't bear unnecessary burdens. Kentucky testimonials. Sold by Burdens of a bad back are heavy. Get rid of them. Doan's Kidney Pills are for bad kid T. neys For lame, weak and aching backs; Messrs. Claude Hayden and Ernest Lots of grateful endorsement to Weatherholt left Friday for Indiana-pol'prove their worth. J. A. Baird, R. F. D 5. Hartford, The Frank school closed Friday. They Ky., says: "I used only one box of gave a dinner for all the parenta. The Doan's Kidney Pills but that was all I out of town guest was Mrs. Damm, of needed to cure ma of kidney weakness. Cannelton. For some tluio I had bein troubled by Messrs. Orval Leaf, Maurice Hyde sharp twinges across my loins and oth and Charles Gardner and Miss Ruperta er symptoms of kidney complaint. As Tinsley spent Saturday with their par I heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly ents. recommended, I got a supply and their Bro. N. B. Gabbert filled his regular use cured me. I highly recommend this appointment at the Baptist church Sun- remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 day. n Co., Buffalo, cents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ryan, of St. Louis, New York, sole agents for the United who have been visiting relatives here States. returned home Monday. Remember the name Doan's and visitOwen Winchell, who has been take no other. ing his parents, returned to Evansville Sunday. C. CiWhitehead is here and his wife RAYMOND will be here in about 10 days. They will board with Walter Weatherholt and family. Mr. Morris, of Garfield, visited his Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weatherhol brother, A. Morris, Saturday and Sunand children are visiting her parents at day. Rome. Lawrence Chappell is working on the Thomas Leaf has erysipelas, but is section at Weldon. improving. A. Cashman returned to his homo at Harsh physics react, weaken the Brazil, Ind., Friday night after being bowels, will lead to chronic constipation. at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. Leon Doan's Regulets operate easily. 25c a Cashman, who has been very HI. box at all stores. Gus Barger, of Frymlro, was here Sunday, NEW BETHEL Several from here attended the sale of Mrs. A. Dutschke, of Lodlburg, on Rev. W.B, Oldham filled his appoint- last Saturday. ment Saturday and Sunday and was Born, to the wife of "Buddy" Hard, the guest of Jas. Barnes Saturday esty, April the 9th., a fine boy, Wilbur. night. Both mother and buby are doing nicely. Last Tuesday evening in the presence Chester and Willis Chappell were in of many friends and relatives, Mr. Irvington Monday. John C. Ball and Mrs. Lucy E. Pato Oral Coomes got the hands to work were married, the Rev. C. J. Cox performed the ceremony. A delightful the bad mud holo near Glen Macy's supper was served and all report a nice Monday. This place needed work bad as It has been almost impassable. time. Jus. Barnes is no better. Farmers have been making good use F, M. Hal! is out again, we are glad of the pretty days, as they are so far behind with their farming. to report. "' mptwwwiii liiniiiiiiirnnnninirii m tu THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR Ail s, 40 YEARS 3 Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. Per Cent on lime Deposits . KIITIE STERRETT Dakota. ral Dies At Bismark, North The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. Foster-Milbur- Leaves Five Afternoon. Children-Fune- Held At Irvington Sunday Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky- and the South. - Irvington, April 15. (Special.) The death angel visited the home of Mr. Sam Sterrett at Bismark,North Dakota, on Wednesday, April 10, and claimed for his own the beloved mother, Mrs. Kittle Sterrett. Mrs. Sterrett, who has been a great sufferer for many years, was the daughter of Mr. Richard Herndon and wife, Ellen Washington Herndon, both deceased; she was the mother of five children, all living in tho North West. Mrs. Sterrett was a devout Christian, a noble woman, and a member of the Baptist churchv The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Washington Homestead. The interrmeut following in tho family Besides her children, burial place. Mrs. Sterrett is survived by four brothers: J. Bate Herndon and J. M. Herndon, of this place; II. W. Herndon, of Enid, Oklahoma; David Herndon, of New York; and two sisters, Mrs Bailey Waller, of Hopklnsvillo, and Mrs. Jno. It. Wimp.of Irvington, besides many relatives and friends. "Suffered day and night the torment of Itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used Doan's Ointment. The result was lasting." Hon. John R. Garrett, Mayor, Glrard, Ala. SUBSCRIPTION MAILED THE PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS lit AND 15th OF EACH MONTH THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from u scientific and economical standpoint. FOR A LIMITED TIM- E- n i H The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND In renewing, State whether you want Tho Kontuoky Farmer One Year, $1 23Send Subscriptions Cloverport, Ky. To will bo sent to Prompt paying niul Now Subscribers, both The Breckenridge News THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher Dr. Louis Siyer, of Louisville, arrived last week to take a position with Dr. Lex in the drug store. U. P. Beard went to Louisville Mom dftV. "n THE FARMERS' SHOP !). II. IIAYNES, Proprietor EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APR. 17, 1912 Subscription price $1.00 u yenr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for nt the rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso notify us. OUR COUJYT1" ROADS The roads in this county arc in a terrible fix. Complaints come from every section. Mr. D. S. Richardson says it is dangerous to go from Union Star to Sample. The Hon. Chas. Blanford says tho road from his place to Irvington was never so bad in his knowledge. A four-mul- e team can hardly get over it with an empty wagon. Tlio same is true of the road from Custer to Garfield. W. N. Pate says the Balltown road is simply awful for travel. What is true of these roads is true of every leadirg road in the county. There ought to bo an awakening on the road question. We are not getting our money s worth. Thousands of dollars arc wnsted every year on the roads simply washed away. We know not who is to blame for this state of alums. Let us look into it. Get busy and see that we have a better system. If the present system is at fault, it should be changed and a better one inaugurated. There is no reason for plodding along in the mud as we have been doing for years, spending our good money and getting no returns. Other counties arc building good roads; why not build them in Breckenridgc county? We can do it if wo go at it in the right way. Put tho steam roller to work and crush out the system, the sooner the better. The New York Press said editoriallv last Saturday: "If Colonel gets away with anything at all in Pennsylvania it will lo further damage to the weak and weakening candidacy of Mr. Taft. If Colonel Roosevelt gets away with a half or even a quarter of the Pennsylvania delegates, under all the circumstances, it will bo a stunning blow to the candidacy of Mr. Taft. If, by any chance, Colonel Roosevelt gets away with a majority of the Pennsylvania delegates, right then and there will be the last expiring gasp of the candidacy of Mr. Taft." For what happened in Pennsylvania, ask Sherman Ball. Root-evclt Irvin Taylor was in Custer Saturday and Sunday. The mule roller is getting in its oik on the bas ball grounds. Our basebHll team lias rngngrtmnts to piny every Satuiday up to nnd including May 11, C. . Cnrnegie, representing the Irvingtoii, Webster Stone Company, was lirre Monday nnd contracted with city council for 5o cars of rushed rock to be used on our streets. Miss Nancye Kincheloe I9 visiting her sister, Mls9 Delia Kincheloe in Louisville. Mrs Addie Hskridge nnd daughter, Miss Clara, nnd Mr. Graham Kokridge were in Louisville a fewdnys Inst wtek. Wave Lewis and fnuiily,nf Continent al, Ohio, nre visiting his pirento, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Lewis. Matriage licenses: A. B. Suter, of Admit, Tenn., nnd Miss Eva W. of Irvingtoii; John Carman, of Constnutine, nnd Mrs. Snrah Kasey, of Kosettn. One month more of school. The normal had three additions Our post office last week begnu its ex- General Blacksmith, Wagon Maker and Repairer HomeHorse Shoeing a Specialty. made Plows and Harrows WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber It nnd 2 indies thick, 10, 12 nnd 14 feet long; Dry preferred but will take it preen from tho aw, for which I will pay highest market price. 1, a 20,000 Feet No. 1 Common Kentucky Hardinsburg, Opposite Hook's Allll :: I carry a complete stock of runt, read nny resolutions, take nny vote, thereon, the confusion being to great it wutld have bern impossible for the rending to have been hcaid, Therefore, I do not consider the Taft Convention nppointed any delegation. After the enmmitte on resolutions hnd been appointed, I stepped up to the chairman nnd got permission to say n few word. Seeing that the steam roller was headed our way, I got on the table to keep from belnjr run over, for whirli I don't think anyone should blame me. While on the table I said just what I wanted to, but I think no one heard me, as the Tnft men were bellowing mid pawing so I couldn't henr myfelf. My Roosevelt badge seemed to have the same effect on the Tnft men as n red rag does on u bull. After the steam roll-e- r hnd passed, and I saw the Taft men following it out, I got down off the table in uti exceedingly good humor to think 1 had escaped the Great Steam Roller nnd the bull of bnshnm. After the Taft men had bolted, the convention organized nnd tlected n Koosevelt delegation in a regular and orderly manner, so you tee the convention looked somewhat different to me tlinn it did to .you, probably because you were sitting in a chair while I was standing on tho tabic. Yours very truly, C. W. Stone. BUILDING MATERIAL Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed and Foundation Stone, Paint", Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, Window and Door Framenand other Planing Mill work made to order. Concreting, Stone and Brick "Work at tho lowest possible prices consistent with good workmf ship nnd material. Prices and estimates on application. Canironic LUlllldLld. Carpentering, Minting, Plastering, .'i MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cioverport, Ky. Jesse Eskridie is still protesting. He ha6 a pile ot aflidavits that would make a pretty good sized book. They will be sent to Chicag". Champ Clark headquarters have been opened in Louisville. Jus. E. Stone is secretary, and Mayor W. 0. Head, acting chairman. It looks like Teddy is still in the ring. istence ns a postal savings office. Dr. Evan Royalty was the first depositor to place some of bis money in "Uncle Sum's" keeping. John Cook has sold his half interest in the Charlie Beard property to Alf Taylor, of Custer. Dr. Floyd Gilliat, of Indiana, has located in Hardinsburg with offices in The Farmers' Bank Building. He Is veterinary surgeon, well recommended, and will doubtless find a good business in this section, where the territory is suilicient to furnish a big practice to one in his work. Miss Willie Chambllss visited her sister, Mrs. Withers, of Fordsvlliei Sunday. Again Friday Miss Laura Watling-toof Stephensport, excelled the rest of her grade in a spelling contest Next to her in excellence was James Kissam, a Stephensport student, who is attending the school. Prof. Maxey spent two days last weeK in Louisville. Miss Xiram Willett visited Miss Vera Brown, near Ekron, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Anita Beard returned to her home in Louisville Saturday after a visit to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Beard. 11 n, If yoiidie to dscyr wHlW leave Mplw behindtvBEHkl BfiNKI $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. EKRMEWS Over Three Hundred Thousand Pounds Of Tobacco Goes Out From Little Town Blant Shacklett, Sr., and Z. T. Cos went to Louisville to sell the balance of their tobacco. R. P. Hasan & Co., H. W. Adkisson & Co., and Z. T. Cox have bought and shipped over 300,000 pounds of tobacco from Ekron this season. Mrs. L. G. Palmer has the prettiest millinery store ever in Ekron. Go and see it when vou come to see the Agri- SOME -MONEY NOW MijSSr i -- 4 C5i J1IT? - -- "Little girlie with no dolly Has a heart that's melancholy" TAEY'LL help you make it grow. life-lesso- Marker, of West Baden, Ind., and Lillian Hook, of Ilardinsburtf. Judge Allen Deane, of Owensboro, Marriage licenses: Robert O. Davis was here Friday. and Pearl Huff Ines, both of Big Spring: V. II. Richardson, of the firm of John C. Ball and Mrs. Lucretia E Neah & Richardson, of Louisville, was Pate, both of Hardinsburg; William here last week. HARDINSBURG V. Letter From Mr. Stone. M5E 0 nor: SEE HOE 3 Mules and Mares 2 Dear Mr Iiabbage: Your report of cultural train. tile Republican Convention at HardinsEkron merchants are doing more burg was correct with a few exceptions business than there has been done in ns the writer understands it. I did not years. Henderson & Rice report $300 hear the Taft Committee make any re- cash for last Saturday. Wm. Frymire about the same. D. R. Shacklett & Co , Hardware and Farm Implements O IK nor: about $100. Two blacksmiths have al they can do. Ekron can boast of one of the finest D hotels on the Henderson Route R, R. o If you don't believe it, ask any traveling man. I Open a bank account NOW for each one of your children. This will teach them the n they can letirn and YOU too. best Teach your children the VALUE of money by letting them see their interest grow. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 THE BANK OF Surplus S22.500 & TRUST CO., Resources $372,600 :: Hardinsburg, Ky. HARDINSBURG I D YYTYWr 11 H 1 TT rlnpc tho AlnHinl --- --... $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year ?3.s0. 11 I pay claims that no other company would pay? Because all the values of the policy begin with the first year TConnfif. ..v 1 ,ifn Tiiunrnnpn ; ("rmnnrr .p...v V ,, At Reduced Prices to Sell Quick Q A Farmer's Resolutions. o P lol 0 Pairs of aged work mules 1 Pair of mules, 15- 2 and 15-- 3 hands high. 2 good farm mares 5 and 6 years old. 5-year-old o n Q o D This stock will be sold at reduced prices as we want to close out the lot. Will sell either for cash or good notes. D o D 101 101 I Robertson 0 & )l Beard nor Q o D Hardinsburg, Ky. 1110 non ) I shall give my land and stock a square deal. I shall not impose upon my wife the work I can do myself. I shall neither cell what I need nor buy what I do not. I shall be a farmer, a farmer and even more than a farmer. I shall make the hens lay and cows give milk and the hqgs grow fat or know the reason why. I shall neither spend money foolishly nor foolishly hoard it up. I shall aim to make a good crop, a good husband, a good father and a good neighbor. I shall not detain the children on the farm when they ought to be in school. I shall ignore all schemes that promise quick riches. If I must come to poverty I'll come to it honestly. I shall learn enough about agriculture to be entitled to the name and success of a scientific farmer. I shall get the habit of rising early, but not so earjy that the neighbors will talk about it. I shall be sane in nil my endeavors ami sanitary in all my surroundings, I shall attend farmers' institutes and other gatherings that aim to help the farmer. I shall renew subscriptions to my farm papers promptly and go through them carefully and studiously before the next numbers arrive, I shall go to church on Sundays, even if I have to walk alone. By William J. Burtscher in Farm and Home. full-round- ed always satislied with his policy? Because a policy issued 50 years ago hits nil tho values of the policy issued at the present date, and because his dividends has been most satisfactory; nnd because he has always felt a sense of security in having his insurance in this copepany. YI YY HV 11 ar0 ' policy-holder- s satisfied with their polioy? contract that is not duplicated by any other company; nnd because the securities hold by tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company are tho best to be had; and because tho tradition of tho Mutual Benefit bas been to give every policy-holda "squake deal. nrny 11 1 YV are new policy-holder- s Because ho has a er INVESTIGATE OUR POLICY BEFORE MAKING AN APPLICATION INSURANCE FOR LIFE The Leading Annual Dividend Company Organized in 1845. i DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman li AntiiAlrirv UnnHinnminiv liaiuiinuuiy, ... nx;iiiu;it.y i DR. FLOYD GILL'IATT Graduate of Indiana Veterinary College Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist A 0 o lie HOE Subscribe Now All stock treated for nil diseases. Phono in both residence and oflico. Office in Farmers' Bank Building. Get acquainted with my profession. All calls answered promptly. HARDINSBURG, KY. X V I Uk ... HMHRl SufcLii. iV.iA'ai,.',' W-faK- r tlf) 1 l1tj,tl "Che Breckenridrfe News. 17, 1912 WEDNESDAY, APR. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE EiaHpJpiTHlWiSI NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 9RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES R4TEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES Mist Nell Moorman, of Glen Denn, the flrit of Jut e for n trip abroad, visiting several places of importance in the old country. MMt Hlondinie H.ll has returned to her home at Andyvllle Hfter spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Ella Jordan of the St. George Hotel. Chns. Sims was here from Tar Springs Monday. He has restored his health by drinking tnr water. Mr. Sims Is diswill leave Wemts. Lost LO?T-Poc- ket I The First Dress - Pocket Book and .Money In bills Tth. Two I00 hills, three 120 bills three $1 hills, tax receipt and some other papcr.s. Will pay !.0 for return oi money anu pnpers. joiiii iiinscy, vicioru 4 ir Ky. oneS.') hill mid lKokcontalnlnirM Consideration Is the corset. If the base is not right the gown cannot fit Each season tlicic is fromethinir new in figure outline, and necessarily thcro must be tt cornet that will crcato tho new ligure. This season 'rf cornets arc low above the the waist and very long below. However, wo can give you any stylo you like, high or lov. $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices $ 6.0O For County Offices $ 16.00 For State mid District Offices 10 Far Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line r resh Fish at the English Kitchen. Jliss Mftmie DeHaven spent Saturday l LOCAL BREVITIES j j i n Louisville. Mrs. Wicklifle Moorman was in Lou isville last week. Go to Mrs. Cordrey for satisfactory millinery service. Mrs. Lennie Embry is visiting relatives in Addison. Misa Alma Perkins ia visiting friends in Louisville this week. Nice rcom for rent Mrs. Jew. Sahlie, East Side, Cloverport, Ky. C. G. Brabandt will be in Irvlngton Friday and Saturday of this week. The Methodist revival, announced to begin Sunday, has been postponed. Splendid and attractive hats for children at Mrs. Cordrey's millinery store. David Phelps attended the Republican Convention in Louisville last week. Mrs. Cordrey has a new line of flower effects for trimming ijjilans and leghorns. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Randall jtnd were" in"Louisville last tressed over the neglected condition of the resort, Mim Louise Aud, of Ilerndon, Va, , Is expected next month to visit Mr, and Mrs, Morris Heard, of Hardlusburg, and Mrs. Fred Ferry, of this city, during the milliner. Harry B. Ilnmbleton, Jr., is the name of the b:iby son, who arrived at the home of his proud parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry B. Himbleton, of this city, Saturday Morning. Mrs. E. Frank Carter and baby, Kathriue Claire, leave this week for Louisville to attend the wedding of her brother. Returning home, they will vis it relatives at Gustbn and Irvlngton. If you told everybody you fee in one week nbout the goods in your store, Mr merchant, even then everybody wouldn't know it through the News you can tell, nt least, 5000 readers about your new spring goods. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt, sin of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, has almost suffered a nervous breakdown during the last week. He is one of the hardest workers and liveliest players at C. II. S., aud the boys are hoping to see him back to school again soon. For Sale Morse and Mute POU HA I.E -- Teuni Horso nnrt mule, surrey, ' wagon, f rmlmt Implement. Chas, Sims, Cloverport, ICy. Wrlto for particulars. To Keep House To keep liouso for small fnml XlANTED vr In tho country. Address Miss I.uey A. r.unsoii, Kkron, Ky. FOR Wanted Aflimal i f I lift ns well nl the poo- l'1" and custom In trie li frequently featured our SALE Moving Pictures Hrlnn Mic children often. Tliey leiirn much that supplements tlielr school work besides Rett Iiik necessary recreation and pleasure, You will enjoy tlio pictures, too. Our prices are always moderate. sets HO Chapman FOK SM.K pood repair; Incubator; purtlcu In egsi 1',, News olllce. wrlio for lars. It. TOR SALE WHITE OAK TREES Warner's Rust-Pro- of Corsets Whll o Oak trees not Including tie tlrnlM-r- ; from 1 to 1H miles from river Addless W. S Ashby, Cloverport. Ky.3-i.7-- tf i(Hl 0J Thursdays and Safur day Nights; also Saturday afternoon. Open Tuesdays, For Sale 15 horse FOK SA1.K A Watklns power instationery Rood, reICnplne; pair. Ilrcckenrldpr News. Cloverport, Ky. Perkins & Burke For Sale aro the most satisfactory shaping models we know, and in the line there are &o many styles that there is no dilliculty in getting exactly what one wnnts from the most extreme models down to a moderate shape. Warner's corsets are guarantee to shape fashionably, to outwear any other cor-sthe bones not to rust or break, or the fabric tear. ot Proprietors Cloverpert Opera House FOIt legal blanks. Cloverport, Ky. SALE Deeds, MorttuiKesiinu nil kinds RrcckenrldRe News, $1.00 to $3.50 a pair Attached strong .Security Rubber Rutton Hose Supporters I j . l Jmm ,L f K NOTICE TO FARMERS Farmers who want to sail their wool at the highest market price for cash see JNO. R. WIMP, of Irvlugton NATHAN EHRLICH 127 K. Gray St. LOUISVILLE, KY. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. RAZORS While they Last at STEPHENSPORT Lud Bowls is liuviug his house reconven-vention i tl iu- R. A. Shellman attended the at Hardinsburg last week. Thomas Claycomb, of Owensboro was called to the bedside of his brother( Andrew Claycomb, who is very ill. Mrs. W. G. Haswell and daughter, of Hardinsb.irg.were the guests of Mrs.M. A. McCubbins a few days last week. Mrs. N. G. McKei, of Texas, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. E H. Miller, left for Mobile, Ala., where she will visit relatives. Beautiful are Mrs. G. W. Payne' week. spring hats. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and son, Jnmes Mrs. Charlie Waggoner and little Franklin, are in Morgantown for a vis- daughter, Jane, and Mrs. Ernest Smith it of several days. attendea the birthday dinner of little Mis. Robert Pierce left Friday for Nellie Frarklin Cashman the 12th. Hardin Grove, Ind., to visit Mr. and See the ladies and misses white slip Mrs. Wallace Pierce. pers at G. W. Payne's at very low Polk Milner and J. C. Watlington, prices. Stephensport, went to Oweusboro MonL. J. Perkins returned to Louisville day with their tobacco. Saturday. Mrs. Joe Harpoje, of Louisville, is The many friends of Mr. Andrew visiting her sister, Mrs. Clyde Miller, Claycomb are glad to hear he is imat her home in Logan county. proving. Mrs. Harry Hills, of Richmond, has Mrs. M. L. Roberts was in Louisville bought the home of her mother, Mrs. last week. Mary Oelze, from Atniel Oelze. The Rev. Kell,of Kingswood, preach! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blaine, of ed to a large audience here Saturday Stephtm-poit- , spent the week end with and Sunday. The music rendered by Mr, and Mrc. Harmon Blaine. the orchestra of Kingswood was greatly Mr. and Mrs. James Skillman, of Ow- enjoyed by all. ensboro, were at The Seelbach in LouDr. Shively and wife and daughter, isville Wednesday and Thursday. Henrietta, and Mr. Henry Shively Mr. D. S. Richurdson and Mrs. W.L. went to Owensboro last week in his new Milner and daughter, Virginia, Union gasoline launch. Star, returned from Louisville Friday. Mrs. Milt Basham is visiting relatives Mrs. Fred Newton and little daugh- in town this week. ter, Francis Lee, left Saturday for HenEarnest Greenwell went to Concordia derson, where they are visiting relatives. last week. e Mrs. James B, Randall, John D. R. A. Shellman was in Louisville aud Miss Louise Iiabbage will at- Wednesday and Thursday. wedding at tend the New line of spring hats in all the Irvlngton today. latest styles and shapes at Mrs. G. W. Miss Francis Moorman, of Falla ot Payne's. Rough, will go to Louisville this week to meet Miss Jennie Green, who has returned home from Europe. MATTINGLY Misses Cleona Weatherholt and Ray Heyser were" in Louisville Weduesday Alvin Pate brought a large raft of logs and Thursday shopping. They were assisted by Miss Addle Ditto. down Clover Creek last week. Bab-bagHuter-McGlothl- paired, and has built a lnrge front porch. Mrs. Will Taul is ill at her home near Pisgah church, Aleck Eskridge has . commenced to build an four room cottage on his lot purchased in Breckenndge Addition. Miss Irene Brickey, who spent the winter in Evausville with relatives, haa returned to her home at Mattingly. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Howard, of Louisville, formerly of Mattingly, have moved to Knoxville, Tenn. Her father, Dr. William Howard, accompanied them to their new home. We wish them te 35c Each See window display al Drug Slore Now Ready With a of COMPLETE MILLINERY SERVICE A multitude of shapes, trimmings, colors, etc. The most acceptable styles for the least money. Turbans, milans, and other prominent models. GIBSON & SON success. EGGS, EGGS Guaranteed We guarantee 9 chicks, true to breed and color from each setting of in eggs purchased from Beautiful flower effects, lace trimmings, and attractive ornaments. Care Of Milk Vessels. Enormous Stock of Summer Goods Embracing laces, embroideries, new line of lawns, ginghams, and thin white materials. High-grad- There is one subject that I have never seen much written about, aud one that us. I think is very important the care of milk vessels. I have seen so many peoSMART BROS., : Cloverport, Ky, ple empty a vessel and taUe it to the kettle and pour boiling water in it. I always rime my vessels out with cold water, and then wash with good warm Chas. Pennington, of Louisville. water with borax or soda in it; then Ilarry Bell, of Guston, was here Monscald them well and dry, and it is best day. to have a place where you can hang Mrs. J W. Brady is at home after a them in the sun. M. R. Jones. visit to her daughter, Mrs. Tony McLouisville Evening Post Coy, of Louisville. and Breckenridge News Hon. Chas. Iilnnfon) was in Louisuvr one year $3. 50. ville last week for the State Republi-ca- u Convention. e linens. Yes there's Satisfaction in trading nuilh people nuho fyant your trade; and tue vant your patronage. Remember, ive show our appreciation of your purchases, by giving you our best Values and best service. $3 Jill M. J. GLENHOWARD DEAN, KY. NOBODY'S DOLLARS Are any better than yours, or will bo any more carefully cared for in this tafo bank. VThis is YOUR bank everybody's bank, business-promotinand its splendid facilities are at tho command of every depositor, be his balance largo or small. jWhy not come in and talk it over? Nov is the time! time-savini- r, g Mr. and Mrs. Louis II Jolly returned Thursday morning from a visit to Mrs. Jolly's grandmother, Mrs. Mury Cunningham at Chenault. Misses Eva aud Mabel McGlothlnn returned Wednesday evening from a shopping expedition in Louisville, they were accompanied home by Miss Essie Biggs who will be their guest until after the McGlothlaii-Sute- r wedding Wednesday morning. Ernest Henderson returned Mrs. Thursday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. - IS- - Louisville Via L., H. ST. L. R'Y. & Lv icRouna i rip 'TO' ITMtj-'-- nfsnfSfsiissiiBSin !ffZ-- Hf yyIJB k M.VT'il 4 twlLd Sw.G?p-- . fl r k Don't Forget When INSURING that you can bo robbed ns well as your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. Sunday, April 21J912 SPECIAL LOUISVILLE vs. MILWAUKEE Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Fidelity Bonds Eclipse FarR Train Leave Cloverport 7:09 'a. m., Arrives Louisvillo 10:00 a. ra.; Returning Loaves Louisvillo 8:30 p. ra. Deeds, Mortgagesand other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledge? mentis taken. For further information apply to H. Al. BEHEN, Agt Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. Miss Ada Stith, of Louibville, is the guest of Mrs. II. B. Head Root. Bell has sold his farm and moved to town. He wants to buy a lot and build a hotel. Miss Bessie Arnold in visiting friends aud relatives in Oweusboro and Kosiuc. This town will spend $23,000 in putting down concrete sidewalks this year. Work has already commenced. Miss Tula V. Daniel, of Hardinsburg, was in town Monday morning euroute to Washington, she was joined here by Mrs. W. J. Plggott, together with a large delegation from Louisville they go to the National Capitol to attend the meeting of the Missionary Council of the Metho list Episcopal church South, which is in session there this week. Prof. Tanner has been elected principal of the High school. Notice A chance for a fine Mahogany rocker with every hat and bill of sold by Mat Payne. Pleaso to courteous enough to look before buying elsewhere. Geo.E.Drury has accepted a position with McGlothlan & Son,the hardware firm. Mr. Drury Is an experienced salesman aud has a host of friends who will be clad to see him back home after several years absence Many prominent Republicans from this section attended the State Republican Convention in Louisville last week, numug them were Messrs W. J. Plggott, D. C. Heron, TIte Adhins, Hob Older and Roy J. Cam. Miss Letcher Mathews, of Harlstown, will arrive this week to be the guest of her brother, Mr. I. 0. Mathews, aud to wedding. attend the McGlothlau-Sute- r Irvlngtou Gun Club held its first The Spring Shoot on Thursday afternoon of the pnst week. The club has a record marksmanship, their for excellent shoots are becoming quite popular. Miss Florence Cain, of Louisville, came down Saturday afternoon co be with her grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Jolly, who was severely burned about the arms and face last week while wall-papwell-know- THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburjr, Ky. n IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with less effort; want your baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family Then Use Lewisport Best Flour It will do all this and more. nnrnnH Every sack guar- - LEWISPORT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky d CO. I Mrs, standing near a heap of burning garden week-eu- Albert Ashcraft aud son were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Ilarry , trash. Dell at Guston. Mr. Uurlbcrt Caiu, of Bowling Greeu, Mrs. Bailey Waller, of IIopkiiiBville, is the guest of his brother, Mr, Hoy J. Is with ber sister, Mrs. Juo, K. Wimp, Cain. this week. ( giW"l VnO Wr- -f r : XOJSflH RUPERT HUGHES -- YOUNG WIFE SAVED FROM gaily enough with hfs neighbor and colleaguo of the Portland Blooper. Suddenly ho stopped In the midst of a soaring chuckle. "Lortly, man, looky what's acorn-In!- " Tho Portland porter turned to gaze. "I got my fingers crpssed." "I hopo you git him." "I hopo I don't." "Ho'll work you hard and cuss you out, and ho won't glvo you oven a Much Obliged." j 55 AOVEUZED FROM fflE COMEDY OF TflE SAME HOSPITAL Tell How Sick She Was And What Saved Her From An Operation. Upper Sandusky, Oh io. ' Three years ago I was married and went to house keeping. I was not ' feollnp wo 11 and rmil$H lV could hardly drop 'JaToalaaaaE'w my sen nionp. 1 nau such tired feelings, my back ached, my sides ached, I had bladder troublo awfully bad, and I could notcator sleep. I had headaches, too, and became almost a nervous wreck. My doc tor told mo to go to a hospital. I did not like that idea very well, so, when I bow your advertisement in a paper, I wrote to you for advice, and have done as you told me. I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and Liver Pills, nnd now I have my health. " If sick nnd ailing women would only know enough to take your medicine, they would get relief. "Mrs.BENJ.H.STANS-beuy- , Koute C, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, I . MME. T 3 T ijpii T i.K.n.v ca OK THE FI,AY AS" Pi'DDUCED PHOTOGL-VPHJ- wtiry CHAPTER I. i copyright ji The Wreck of the Taxlcab. Tho young woman In the taxlcab scuttling frantically down tho dark street, clung to tho arm of the young man alongside, as If falio were terrl-lieat the Inwbrcnklng, speed. Hut evidently some greater fear guno-- i ccr, for she gasped: "Cant he 50 a little taster?" "Cun't you go a llttlo faster?" Tho young man alongside howled as he thrust his head nnd shoulders through the window In the door. swept Hut the his voice alt, and tho taut chauffeur perked his ear In vain to catch tho vanishing syllables. "What's that?" ho roared. "Cun't jou go a llttlo faster?" The Indignant charioteer simply had to shoot one barbed glare of reproach Into that passenger. Ho turned his head and growled: "Say, do youse want to lose mo mo license?" For Just one Instant ho turned his head. One Instant was Just enough. Tho unguarded taxicnb seized the opportunity, bolted from tho track, and Hung, as It were, Us arms drunkenly around a perfectly respectable lamp-Ioattending strictly to Its business on the curb, mere ensued a condensed Fourth of July. Sparks Hew, tires exploded, metals ripped, two wheels spun In air and one wheel, neatly severed at the axle, went reeling down the sidewalk half a block before It leaned against a tree and d neck-risking self-create- d man. Hut ho could not sottlo on a wnj to say It. So ho said nothing, ana grinned sheepishly ns ho said it. The young man named Harry was wondering how they were to proceed. Ho had already studied tho reglou with dismay, when tho girl resolved: "We'll havo to tako another tax!, Harry." taxi-gal- e st set up shop. "Yes, Marjorle, but wo can't take It till wo get It." "You might wait hero nil night without ketchin' a gllmp' of one," tho chauffeur ventured. "I come this way because you wanted mo to tako a Bhort cut." "It's the longest short cut I ever saw," tho young man sighed, as ho gazed this way and that. Tho place of their shipwreck was so deserted that not even a crowd had gathered. The racket of tho collision had not brought a single policeman. They were In a dead world or granite warehouses, wholesale stores and factories, all locked and forbidding, and full of silent gloom. In the daytime this was ?. big y of Chicago,, and all day long it was thunderous with trucks and commerce. At night It was Pompeii, so utterly abandoned that tho night watchmen rarely slept outside, and no footpad found it worth whllo to trade-arter- Ohio. If you have mysterious pains, irregularity, backache, extreme nervousness, inflammation, ulceration or displacement, don't wait too long, but try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and such unquestionable testimony as the above proves the value of this famous remedy and should give every one confidence. way to tho train. But they never turned up." "Lieutenant Mallory, eh? Where could I reach him?" "He said he was leaving tonight for the Philippines." "The Philippines! Well, I'll be " The minister closed tho window Just in time. CHAPTER II. "Thnt's right. Ifo nln't got n usher to carry his things. And he's got enough to fill a van." Tho oncomcr was plainly of English origin. It takes all sorts or people to mako up tho British Empire, and there Is no sort lacking glorious or pretty, or sour or sweet. But this wns tho typo of English r that makes himself ns unnonulnr among foreigners ns ho Is among his own people. Ho Is almost as ns tho Americans abroad who twang their banjo brag through and berato Franco nnd Italy for their Innocence of buckwheat cakes. Tho two porters regarded Mr. Harold Wcdgewood with drchd, as ho bore down on them. Ho was almost lost In tho plethora of his own luggage. He asked for tho San Francisco sleeper, and tho Portland porter had to turn away to smother his gurgling relief. Ellsworth Jefferson's heart sank. Ho made a feeble effort nt The Pullman conductor not being present at the moment, bo Inquired: "Have you got yo tlcket7" "Of cawse." "Could I sco it?" "Of cawso not. Too much troublo to flsh it out." Tho porter wns fading. "Do you remember yo' numba?" "Of cawse. Tako these." He began to pile things on the porter like a mountain unloading an avalanche. The porter stumbled as he clambered up tho steps, and squeezed through tho strait path of the corridor into tho slender aisle. He turned again and again to question the Invader, but he was motioned and bunted globe-trotteunon-durabl- o PJu-rop- A dozen or more miracles coincided to save the passengers lrom injury. Tho young man found himself standing on the pavement with the door still around his neck. Tho young woman's arms were round his neck. Her head was on his shoulder. It had reposed there often enough, but never before In the street under a lamppost. The chauffeur found himself In the road, walking about on all fours, Hko a bewildered quadruped. Evidently some overpowering need for speed possessed the young woman, for even now she did not scream, she did not faint, sho did not murmur, "Whore am I?" Sho simply said: "What tlmo Is It, honey?" And the young man, not realizing how beluddlcd he really was, or how his hand trembled, fetched out his watch and held it under the glow or tho lamppost, which was now bent over In a convenient but dlsreputablo attitude. "A quarter to ten, sweetheart. Plenty of time lor the train." What "lint the minister, honey! about the minister? The consideration of this riddle was Interrupted by a mullled hubbub of yelps, whimpers and canine hysterics. Immediately tho young woman forgot ministers, collisions, averythlng. She showed her first sign of panic. "Snoozleums! Get Snoozleums!" They groped about In the topsyturvy taxlcab, rummaged among n Jumble of suitcases, handbags, umbrellas and minor Impedimenta, and with an fished out a small Inverted dog Inside. Snoozleums was ridiculous In any position, but as ho slid tall foremost lrom tho wicker basket, he resembled nothing so much us a heap of tangled yarn tumbling ILaHSaaK Ho wns an Inout of a dignant skein, and had much to say before ho consented to snuggle under his mistress' chin. About this tlmo the chauffeur came prowling Into view. Ho was too deeply shocked to emit any language of tho garago. Ho was too deeply shocked to achieve any comment moro brilliant than: "Thnt mess don't look much like It over was a taxlcab, does It?" Tho young man shrugged his shoulders, and stored up nnd down tho long street fvir nnother. Tho young woman looked sorrowlully at tho wreck, and queried: , "m aaaflaaHal "Do you think you can inako it go?" g Tho chauffour glanced her way, inoro in pity for her whole sex than In scorn for this ono type, us ho mum- Henry Mallory and Marjorle Newton. bled: go? It'll tako a steam they had given him ns their destina"JIako It winch a veek to unwrap It from that tion. Ho wnlted till at last n yawning lamppost." policeman sauntered that way llko a lonely beach patrol, and left him In Tho young man apologized. "I oughtn't to hnvo yolled at you." chargo whllo ho went to telephone his Ho was evidently a vory nlco young garage for a wngon and n wrecking man. Not to bo outdone in courtesy, crow. tho chauffeur rotorted: It wns closo on midnight boforo ho "I hadn't ought to havo turned mo reached tho number Ills fares bad head." given him. It was a parsonage lean-lnTho young woman thought, "What against a church. Ho rang tho a nlco chauffeur!" but sho gasped: boll and finally produced from an upper window a nightshirt topped by a "Great heavons, you'ro hurt!" "It's nuttln' but n scratch on me frowsy head. Ho explained tho situt'umb." ation, nnd his possession of certain "Lend mo a clean handkerchief, properties belonging to parties unHarry." known except by their Hrst names. Tho young man whipped out his Tho clergymnn drowsily murmured: supply, and In a trice It was a "Oh, yes. I reraomber. Tho young Ibandago on tho chauffeur's hand. The man was Lieutenant Henry Mallory, icbauffcur decided that the young worn. and ho said ho would stop here with 'ab was even nicer than the young a young lady, and get married oa tho street-numbetrain-schedule- resteJ. Tho three castnways stared every which way, and every which way was peace. The ghost of a pedestrian or two hurried by In tho far distance. A cat or two went furtively In search or warfare or romance. The lampposts stretched on and on In both directions in two forevers. In the faraway there was a muffled rumble and tho faint clang of a bell. Somewhere a street car was bumping along Its rails. "Our only hope," said Harry. "Corns along, Marjorle." He handed tho chauffeur ilvo dollars as a poultice to his wounds, tucked the girl under one arm and the under the other, and set out, calling back to the chauffeur: "Good night!" "Good night!" tho girl called back. "Good night!" tho chauffeur echoed He stood watching them with tho r gaze that even a chauffeur may feel lor young love hastening to a honeymoon. He stood beaming so, till their s died in tho silence. Then he turned back to tho chaotic remnants of his machine. He worked at it hopelessly for some time, before he had reason to look within. There ho found the handbags and suitcases, umbrellas and other equipment. He ran to the corner to call after tho owners. They were as absent ot body as they had been absent of mind. r Ho remembered tho dog-bask- down the car, till ho was halted with a "This will do." ten-do- toot-stop- s dog-bask- work-baske- t. sfflifllHv I '- v. g The Early Birds and the Worm. In tho enormous barn or the railroad station stood many strings or cars, as if a gigantic young Gulliver stabled his toys there and Invisibly amused himself; now whisking this one away, now backing that other In. Some of the trains were noble equipages, fitted to glide across the whole map with cargoes of Lilliputian millionaires and their Lilliputian ladles. Others were humble and shabby Hnked-uand dingy smoking-cars- , packed with workers, llko ants. Cars are mere vehicles, but locomotives havo souls. Tho express engines roll in or stalk out with grandeur and ease. They are llko emperors. They seem to look with scorn at the suburban engines snorting and grunting and shaking tho arched roof with their plebeian choochoo as they puff from shop to cottage and ' , back. The trainmen tako their cue from the behavior of theh locomotives. Tho conductor of a transcontinental nods to the conductor of a shuttle-traiwith less cordiality than to a brake-ma- n of his own. Tho engineers or tho llmlteds look like senators in overalls. They aro men, leading a mighty life of adventure. They aro pilots of across They havo a right to a certain condescension of manner. But no one feels or shows so much arrogance as tho sleeping car porters. iney cannot pronounco "supercilious," but they can bo it. Their disdain for tho entire crow of any train that carries merely or , Is expressed as only a darkey In a uniform can express disdain for poor white trash. Of all tho haughty porters that over curled a lip, tho haughtiest by far was tho dusky attendant In tho San Francisco sleeper on tho Limited. Ills was tho train of trains In that wholo system. His car tho car ot cars. His passengers tho surpassengers of all. His train stood now waiting to set forth upon a voyago of two thousand miles, a journey across soven imperial states, n Journey that should end only at that margo whero tho continent dips and vanishes under tho breakers of the Paclllo ocean. At tho head of his car, with his llttlo waiting for tho foot of tho first arrival, tho porter stood, his head swolllng under his cap, his breast swolllng beneath his blue blouso, with its brass buttons llko reflections of his own eyes. His namo was Ellsworth Jefferson, but ho ,wns called anything from "Poarr-turr- " to "Pawtah," and ho usually did not come when ho was called. Tonight ho was wondering perhaps what passengers, with what dlsposl-flopwould fall to his lot. PorhapB ho was wondering what his Chicago sweothenrt would bo doing In tho eight days beforo his return. s ho was wondering what his San Francisco sweetheart had been doing In tho flvo days slnco ho left her, and how Bho would pass tho threo days that must lntervcno before ho reached her again. Ho bad Othello's ebon color, Did ho havo Othello's green eye? "'hataver hta. thoualiU. ha chatted p day-co.ichn d at Irony. Tho Englishman selected section threo for his own. Tho porter ventured: "Aro you sho this is yo' numba?" "Of cawso I'm shaw. How daro you question my " "I wasn't questlonln' you, boss, I wns just astln' you." Ho resigned himself to the despot, nnd began to transfer his burdens to tho sent. But ho did nothing to tho satisfaction of tho Englishman. Every-thinmust bo placed otherwise; tho catch-al- l here, tho portmanteau there, the Gladstone there, the golfstlcks there, the greatcoat there, the raincoat there. The porter was putting like a donkey-enginand mutiny was growing In his heart. His last commission was tho hanging up of tho bowler hat. He stood on tho arm of tho seat to reach the high hook. From hero ho paused to glare down with an attempt g or that man's nurse?" "I can't toll yet. What's yo' numba. please?" Tho answer wan the ticket. The porter screwed up his eyes to read the pencilled scrawl. "Numba so'm. Hnh sho Is, boss." "night next to u lot of women, I'll bet. Couldn't you put mo In tho men's end of tho enr?" "Not vo'y well, auh. I reckon tho cah is done sold out." With a growl of rnge, Ira Lathrop slammed Into tho scat his entire hand baggage, ono nnclent nnd rusty valise. Tho porter gazed upon him with Increased depression. Tho passenger list had opened Innusplclously with two of tho worst types of travelers the rnco has developed. But their anger was not their worst trait in tho rortcr's eyes, llo was, In a limited way, an expert in human character. When you meet a stranger you your own character In what you ask about his. With some, tho first question Is, "Who aro his peoplo?" With others, "What has ho achieved?" With others, "How much Is ho worth?" Each gauges his cordiality according to his estimate. Tho porter was not curious on nny of theso points. Ho showed a democratic lndlffcrcnco to them. His ono vital Inquiry wns: "How much will ho tip?" His inspection of his first two charges promised small returns. Ho buttoned up his cordiality, and determined to waste upon them tho Irreducible minimum of nttentlon. it would tako at least a bridal couplo to retsoro tho balance. But bridal couples In their first bloom rarely fell to tho lot of that porter, for what bridal couplo wants to lock itself in with a crowd of passengers for tho first seventy-twhours of wedded bliss? Tho porter banished tho hopo ns a vanity. Llttlo he know how eagerly tho young castaways from that wrecked taxlcab desired to bo a bridal couple, and "to catch this train. But tho Englishman was restivo again: "Pawtah! I say, pawtah!" "Yassah!" "What tlmo are wo duo In San Francisco?" "San Francisco? San Francisco? We aro doo thah the evenln' of the fo'th day. This beln' Monday, that ought to bring us In aboto Thuzzday Anglo-Saxon re-veo CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches HflptUt Church Unjitlst Sunday School, 0:90 n. m. O. Xv LlRlitfoot, Superintendent. i'rnyor Meeting Wednesday p.m. fluptWt Aid Society Society meets .Monday attcr Brcond Sunday, every month, Mrs. A. 11. Sklllman, President Preaching every Second and Fourth Sunday. Kov, E. 0. Cottroll, l'nstor. riethodlat Church Mcthodlu Sunday School. 0:30 a. m. Ira I). Melion, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday nt il a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Krnnk Lowlt meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. Pmtnr. Prayer m. Kpwottli I.oii Rile, regular rrvlcoHunday fl.M.1 p, mi business meeting flrflt Tuesday night each month. Mils Margarlto Hum, President. Ladles' Aid Foclety meets first Monday each month Mrs. Forrest Mghtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In every month. Mrs Vltgll Itatibiigc, President. Choir practice Friday night 7:20, A, it Murray. Director. M PrcsbyterlatiChurch l'rcshyterlnu Sunday Scfiool PHS a. m. Conrad SIppH, Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sunday, Itev. Adnlr, Minister. Prayer mcetltg Tuesday, 7:30 ti. m'.- - Ladles' Aia society meets Wednesday aftes Third every mumii, Mrs .uias. eaitemeia President. i Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon nnd nencdlrtlnn. fl!flfl n. m.. ntlm. Ai,.n Cm A days at n. m. On week days Mass at 7:00 i 11. m. lor rcn on Saturdays nt instruction nndtho child 8:30 a. m., on Sun days at :30 a. m. nnd 3:30 p. to. 10-11 I V i LODIBURGJTEMS. John Wilkins Gets Over $3,000 From L & N. Railroad-M- r. Argabright Celebrates Birth-da- y. Hold over from lust week Miss Nimi Hardin was at Clifton Mills Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Norton, of Norton's Valley, were tho guests of W. B. Argabrighc Sunday. Sam Ater, oi Paynesville, was in Lodiburg last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Payne were in Louisville last week buying now goods. Miss Ina Basham and brother, . Elmer, were visiting their uncle, Mr. Roll Miller, of Webster, Sunday. Fluke Atnr, of Irvington, was visitinir friends in Lodiburg Sun- evenln." The Yankee felt called check the foreign usurper. upon to "Porrterr!" "Yassah!" "Don't let that fellow monopolize you. Ho probably won't tip you at all." Tho porter grow confidential: "Oh, I know his kind, sah. They don't tip you for what you do do, but they're ready letter writers to tho Sooperlntendent for what you don't do." day. The entertainment given by W. 13. Argabright last Saturday in honor of his 49th birthday was quite a success. Tho guests en joyed themselves, and wished him many moro happy birthdays. Mrs. Bateman, who bus been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hall. of French Lick, returned homo ilk1 start?" "Ten-thutt- "Is they anything else?" "No You may get down." Tho magnificent patronago of this wilted the porter completely. Ho returned to the lower level, and shuffled along the aisle In a trance. He was quickly recalled by a sharp: "Pawtah!" "Yassah!" "What tlmo does this bally train "Pawtah! I say, pawtah!" "Here, porrterr." Tho porter tried to Imitate the Irish bird, and be In two places at once. Tho American had a coin in his hand. Tho porter caught the gleam of it, and flitted thither. Tho Yankee growled: "Don't forget that I'm on tho train, and when we get to 'Frisco thero may bo something more." Tho porter had the coin In his hand. s1 Saturday. Tho case of John Wilkins vs. .the L. & N. Railroad, was decided in Wilkins' favor. Tho jury gave him $3,500 damages. Call at Payne & Plardin's and seo the now lines of millinery goods. Miss Mamie Adkisson, land-ship- s land-ocean- day-coach- half-bake- d chair-cars- Trans-America- n box-sto- p s, Per-hap- Afro-America- sah." "But It's only ten now." "Yassah. It'll bo a little later." "Do you mean to tell mo that I've got to sit hyah for half an hour Just waitln'?" Tho porter essayed another bit or Irony: "Well," ho drawled, "I might tell the conducta you're ready. And meb-b- e he'd start tho tram. But tho timetable says Ho watched the effect of his satire. but It fell back unheeded from tho granlto dome of tho Englishman, whoso only comment wns: "Oh, never mind. I'll wait." Tho porter cast his eyes up In despair, and turned away, onco moro to be recalled. "Oh, pawtah!" "Yassah!" "I think we'll put on my slippahs." "Will wo?" "You might hand mo that largo bag. No, stupid, tho othah one. You might open It. No, It's In tho othah one. Ah, that's it. You may set it down." Mr. Wedgewood brought forth a soft cap nnd a pair of red slippers. Tho porter mado another effort to escape, his thoughts ns black as his face. Again tho relentless recall: "Oh, pawtah, I think wo'll unbutton my boots." Ho was too weak to murmur "Yassah." Ho simply fell on ono kneo nnd got to work. Thero was a witness to his helpless rage a nowcomer, tho American counterpart of tho Englishman In all that makes travel difficult for tho fellow travelers. Ira Lathrop was zealous to resent nnythlng short of quick and loud of complaint, apparently Jmposslblo to pleaso. In everything olso ho was tho opposite of tho Englishman. Ho was burly, middle-aged- , rough, careless In nttlro, careless of speech as uncouth and savago as ono can well bo who Is plainly a man ot means. It was not enough that a freoborn should bo caught kneeling to an Englishman. But when ho bad escaped this penance, and advanced hospitably to the newcomer, he rauBt be greeted with a snarl. "Kix-a- ra vaaibe Darter of tbls car. ten-thutt- y ." per-fectio- n, trimmer. Subscribe DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Street Dr. Owen's Oillce, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. I to 5 p. m. Cloverport, Ky. ccoizz)oo1fofcznoizD m vY.rt-- F'''V ssswm ywynwl lwvytty - """ v ."35twTaT'!fM BALL Livery, & MILLER hope so." The Porter. Its heft was light. Ho sighed: Feed and Sale n next Tho Englishman was craning his head around owlishly to ask: "I say, pawtah, does this train over got wrecked?" "Well, it hasn't yot," and ho murmured to tho Yankee, "hut I has hopes." Tho Englishman's volco wns qucru-ou- s again. "I say, pawtah, open a window, will you? Tho air is ghastly, lutely ghastly." Tho Yankoo growled: "No wonder wo had tho Revolutionary war!" Then ho took from his pockot an onvelopo addressed to Ira Lathrop & Co., and from tho onvelopo ho took a contract, and studied it grimly. The onvelopo bore n Chlneso stamp. Tho porter, as ho struggled with an obstlnato window, wondered what sort ot passenger fate would send him abso-rlppln- Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. cnoiz3fo1oocioEz51 OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IjmTTa Anyone tending a iketcb and dMcrtntloa mar (juicKir ucertaln our opinion free wuwua Invention la probably piianuwui. yoB)uufuia-tlrconnUentlMANDHXW ouPuteot UOIll auut f roe. OIJMt alienor for aeourUiffpalMita. Patent takon tbrounn Muim A w, reeetT Trade Marks Designs Copyrights tc. tpKial notlct, without A hancUomelr To be Continued Tart iwir Illustrated weeklr. Larseat Journal, Tvma.Jta, aiaiiun oi but aH ujooiua, i,fl BoM 1)1 all newidaiiftra. Scientific flntcrkan. N" j otre, la toe Subrcribe Today! Now! forsuwauurilE" Uaiu VaaJr I .v I o -- i-.. Smallpox Notice. " Regulations (or control of the Sma epidemic of Cloverport vicinity, recommended by the State Hoard of Health. Smallpox has elated for some weeks In Cloverport and vicinity, and there arc nbw sevtrai cases of the disease in the City and several in other parts of the County. This disease Is entirely preventable and Its continued presence In a is a plain evidence thai Vaccination has not been done as provided by law. it Is a loathsome disease and a most .severe case may dcveiope from the com-inunlty Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a reliable remedy for any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALES, Lee Walls, Commissioner COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE COMMISSIONER S ClinrlesDycr. et., nl,, PlnlntllT A sill tut Charles Smith, et., at., Defendant SALE COMMISSIONER'S SALE Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky Allen II Klncheloo.PlalntllT. Agaltut Equity N'o.aw Joe Campbell & Co., Deft, Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Breckenrldge Circuit Court, Kentucky I h. II. Morcracn et., nl.. Plaintiff. L.I). Dowcll'nAdmr., Htc, IMitlntlfl Against Affnlnot John J. ConnlfTft Harry ConnlfT, Defendant. Uussell Dowel I. Etc , Hcfendint. Equity No 3122. Equity No. 3421 By Equity I 3l. No, mildest one. Vaccination successfully and properly done is a positive means of preventing the disease In an individual and when the sore is cared frf rightly and kept clean it will caut6 very little inconve nience to the, person vaccinated. To suppress the spread of this disease it jr necessary that the following measures be executed. 1. Quarantine each family in which tnefc is a person amiciea. Maintain this quarantine by 9 eans of one or more guards. 3. Vaccinate the remainder of the 9 family whether or not they have been previously vaccinated and any 'others who have been exposed to the disease. 4. Enforce the general vaccination l . r . tj iaw. It I The County Bjard of Health is amply able through the cooperation of the City officers and Fiscal Court and people to carry out these recommendations and thereby prevent unnecessary 'sickness of the people and can do so at far less expense than would be incurred if it becomes necessary for the State Board of Health to take charge of the situation at the County's expense. It is recommended by the State Board of Health that quarantine regu lations against the City of Cloverport be withheld for a period of ten days in order that the local Authorities may control the situation through the cooperation of the people who are anxious that this loathsome disease be removed from their midst. Signed Dr. W. L. Heizer. April 11, I9I2. THE INWARDNESS OF PILES HEH-ROI- fe- - The Cause Is Inside. Use The Inward Remedy. 4A Inward treatment is the secret of the successful cure for piles, sold by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky , and all druggists under a strict money-ibacguarantee of Satisfaction. tablets) HEM ROID acts Inwardly, and livens up circulation of blood in the flabby, swollen parts, curing permanently where salves, etc., only give relief. costs but $ for 24 days' medicine. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. HEM-ROID, k (sugar-coate- REM-ROI- D Order of County Board of Health. S1. K- - ii'. At a special meeting of the County Board of Health culled to consider the epidemic of smallpox In Cloverport and vicinity and In other parts of the County, it Is hereby ordered that the recommendation as included in the report of Dr. W. U Heizer to the State Board of Health be enforcecWnd that Dr. E. C. McDonald, of Cloverport, be authorized as Deputy Health ollicer to carry out the said recommendations at Cloverport and vicinity as follows; 1. Quarantine each family in which there is a person afflicted. 2. Maintain this quarantine by means of one or more guards. 3. Vaccinate the remainder of the family whether or not they have been previously vaccinated and any others 4. Enforce the general vaccination lnw, Iu addition It is ordered that only fresh bovine virus be used and that a certificate of vaccination signed and dated by the physician so doing shall be so worded that it shall declare the fact that the skin was scarified and into the denuded area was rubbed well with fresh bovine virus and that the smallpox pustule or pustules resulted. vlrture of a Judgement and Ordtr of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, " I used Sloan'i Liniment on a mule for rendered at February Term thereof, 'high lameness,' and cured her. am never without a bottle of your liniment t 1012, in the above cause, for the sum of hire bought more ol it than any other Daily Kirov, remedy for paint." $120. 00 with interest from Nov 16, I9IO, Cas.ttdv. kv. 'Sloan't Liniment ti the best made. I less credits: By cash, Dec. lflth 1010 have removed very large thoe bolli off a hone with it. I hae killed a quarter 120.00; Jan. 15th I9II S20.00; Feb. 15, crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I have alio heated raw, tore necki on three 1011, $10 00 and March 16th, 1011 honei. I have healed greats heel on a mare that could hardly walk." J10.(.0, and the further sum of $120.00 Anthony G. Hivbk. Oakland, Fa., Route No. :, with interest from November 16th, I9IO until paid, and all costs herein, I shall se proceed to offer for sale at the door in Hardlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on is good for all farm stock. Monday, the 22nd dav of April, 1012, at "My hogs had hog cholera three dayt before we got your liniment, which I wai one o'clock p. m., or thereabont (being advised to try, I have used it now for three days and my hogs are almost well. County Court day) upon a credit of six One hog died before I got the liniment, but 1 have not Inst any since." months the following described properA. J. McCarthy, Idaville, Ind. Four (4) City lots situated ty, Sold by all Dealers. n Bandy Court Addition to the town of Price Irvlngton, Breckinridge County, Ky., 6O0. U SI.' and are lots Nos. 23, 24, 25 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. thereof to produce the sums of money Sloan's Book on Honei. For the purso ordered to be made. Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sentlree. Address chase price, the purchaser, with apDr. Earl S. Sloan proved surety or securities, must exeBoston. Mass, cute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgement. The health ollicer or deputy may ac- Lein retained to secure payment of purcept as evidence of attempted vaccina- chase money. Bidders will be prepared tion a statement that the skin was scar- to comply promptly with these terms. ified and into this denuded area was Approximated debt, interest and cost rubbed well fresh vaccine virus. This $246.11. Lee Walls, Commissioner. statement shall be signed and dated by the physician jvho performed the CarrielWalls, Deputy. and presented to the health ollicer or his deputy. 5. That the County health ollicer or FOR FEEDING TURKEYS ONLY deputy is instructed to visit any and Trough Elevated to all cases of smallpox and that all pap- Small Height to Allow Big Birds to of the skin be ular or pustular diseases Pick From Is Useful. reported to the County health ollicer as provided by law. Often on a farm where turkeys are G That tne County health officer raised right along with the chickens or deputy health officer be given the and other poultry, it Is desirable to authority to secure fresh vaccine feed them heavier than the other poulpoints for the vaccination of the indi- try, yet suitable means of doing so arc gent of the County as provided by law, not available without a fenced yard and a sufficient number of guards'to to separate them, writes P. C. Gross of Ohio in the Prairie Farmer. In carry out the provisions of this order. cases the following contrivance 11 day of such Given under out hand this kserves admirably; April, I9I2 trough, of immaA small L. L. Waggoner, County Judge; J.T. terial length, is elevated by means of Ho en; M. L. MUner, M. P.; L. B. supports to a height that will allow Moorman, M. D.; Jno. B Kincheloe, the turkeys to stand on tho floor and pick from It, yet be too high to perM. D , County Health Officer. That this order and recommendation mit tho chickens and small fowls doing likewise. Three or four Inches be printed in both County papers. above tho top of the trough n board, as flatDon't be surprised if you have an wide as the trough, is attached from prevents the chickens of rheumatism this spring. Just wise. This attack flying up and standing on tho edge of ruo the affected parts freely with tho trough. Tho sides of the trough Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon.disappear. Sold by all dealers. By vlrture of a Judgement and Order By vlrture of a. Judgment and Order By vlrture of a Judgment and Order of Sale (if Breckenrldge Circuit Court, of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, SLOANS LINIMENT Court-Hou- to-wi- t: oonpjn 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 sale nt the Court House door In Hardlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction on Monday, the 22" day of April, 101a, at one o'clock P.M., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit, six months, the following described property, "A lot and house thereon in the town of Sample, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, and beginning at a stone, Samuel corner; thence in a western-lfeet: thence direction or course in a southerly direction 145 feet; thence in a northerly course US feet to the beginning. This lot was conveyed to L. D. Dowell by Eli Brown and wife on the 2."t.h day of January, I9O9, 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. 1)3 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 acre, more or less. Second Lot: Beginning at the south corner of Ell brown's lot, on Hardlnsburg and Sample road, running iu 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 14 acre, mora or less. These two lots were conveyed by the same parties to said decedc t, on the 10th dy of November, 1304; Deed Is re corded in Book j, page 460, in said Olllce " The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bering 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. to-wiVan-dergrlft- 's y 3-- t 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 the dior in Hardlnsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22 day of April, I9IS, at one o'clock, p. m or thereabout (being County Court dav), upbn a credit of fix and twelve months, the following described property, to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land, lying and being in Breckinridge county, Kentucky, on the waters of North Fork of Rough Creek, and bounded and described as follows: Be ginning at a, white oak and sugar tree standing on the North Fork of Rough Creek and Corner of land formerly owned by I. F. Wllkerson, thence S. 5s, 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. 5 E. 20 poles to a poplar thence N. 45 E. 03, poles to the beginning, containing lOOacres more or less and being the same conveyed to A. H. Burton by Z. Hunter. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and eltectot a Judgement. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Court-Hous- I9I2, In the above cause, for the sum of two hundred and forty dollars, (fO) with Interest at the rate of (5 per cent, per annum from the 1 1th day of September, 1012. until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-Hous- e door In Hardlnsburg. to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of April, 1012, atono o clock P. M , or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit, six and twelve months, the following described property, A certain boundary of land lying and being in Breckinridge County, Kentucky, on the waters of Tar Creek, a branch of Clover Creek, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a wmte oaK, nop Mason's corner, running thence North, "0 poles to a hickory and a small drain, Thompson's corner, thence with his line 1 IS poles to a white oak, black oak and hickory in Chester Beavin'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 the place of beginning, containing by survey Gl 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 Olllce in Deed Book 48, at Page 45. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the to-wi- t: Lee Walls, Commissioner. on Carrie Walls, Deputy. Lee Walls. Commissioner. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and naving the force and ellect 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. raying nens must'turve fresh air at all times of the year. By this time you should have your spring breeders and tho cockerel with which they are to be mated selected. Tho Indian Runner duck is not a new variety, although it is not as old as some of the other varieties of it bo air-tign- t. 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 type and breeding. Prices reasonable. ducks. Duck eggs are in demand by confectioners, as they impart a glaze' to their Icing, which cannot be had with hen eggs. The critical period of the turkey is the first eight weeks of its life. About 48 eggs Is the average1 yearly record of the hen. With many flocks, the addition of an ample supply of meat to tho ration will cause a marked Increase in the slzo of tho egg. It takes lots of scheming and coaxing to get tho hens to lay eggs this cold weather, but they are worth tho price after you do get them. Hens with plenty of exercise and comfortable surroundings lay heavier eggs than thoso in restricted quarters; often eggs 10 per cent heavier. COME AND SEE OUR STOCK W. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky, H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK NOTICE. Breckinridge Circuit Court. jhn O'Kellly. Exr., of Susan N. Teaff, V. .1 J. Vs. Petition In Equity. Toiiir, ot.. ill.. Defendant. Plaintiff. yfc. All persons having claims against the estate of Stisan'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 the 1st day of May, Lee Walls, I9I3. Commissioner Breckinridge County. prevent tho turkeys from corn or other fed In tho bottom of the DO YOU WANT TO BUY a farm or business? If you do you iiiny find just what you need in this department. If you are The Dry Goods Economist says: To interested in any of the following properties, write us at once for assist the woman to purchase the right owner's name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us size corset, a simple measure-takinat onto tolling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU bv the saleswoman can be made, WANT IT and let us introduce you to tho man who has tho VERY When taking a measurement the litter PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. must make it her duty to convince the Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive woman that the size corset she needs is and fair in price. her waist measurement less three inches. DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? IF YOU WANT CASH for your property, send price and description and let u& show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. Trough for Turkeys. Women as Well as Men are Mads Nisoiablo at once This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabliug should not bo very wide as this would by Kidnsy and Bladder Trouble. buyers and sollors of farm or business properties to maUo quick sales. reaching tho g The Size To Wear Real Estate Department Consult T. N. MeGlotblan for subscriptions to Courier-JournTimes, Post, Herald, Farmers Home Journal, Stock Yard Journal, Western Recorder and lircck enridgo News. al. Subscribe Today! For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; has boon run about i years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasoline tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and a natural gas attachment. Reason for selling entirely too large for my purpose. For further information call on or address JNO. D. BABBAGE, :: Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, trough. discourages andlesseusainbition; beauty, With such a trough tho turkeys may vigor uiiu cheerfulness soon disappear bo fattened right among the other when the kidneys are poultry, and no feed wasted on the out of order or disother fowls. eased. Of course, tho chlckenB will climb on Kidney trouble has top of the flat board, but from It they become so prevalent can not reach the trough. that it is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with "My little son had a very severe weak kidneys. If the cold, I was recommended to try child urinates too often, if the urine scalds Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an before a smal) bottle was finished he age wheu it should be able to control the was as well as ever," writes Mrs. II. passage, it is yet afflicted with it, thecause of the diffSilks, 29 Dowllng Street, Sydney, iculty depend wpon trouble, and the first is kidney Is for sale by Australia. This remedy step should be towards the treatment of all dealers. these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great rebiedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It is sold A good egg Is a rare production. oy druggists, in imy-ceThe breeding season will be upon and ua now before we have had time to size bottles. You may have a sample bottle think. The Indian Runner duck is not In- by mail free, also a clined to fatten bo readily as other pamphlet telling all (lorn uuuui wj Wbii.lJ-.uuvarieties. including many of the thousands of testiIt Is estimated that it requires the monial letters received from sufferers feathers from about ten ducks to who found Swamp-Roo- t to be just the remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer make a pound. Full fed hens, having a well bal- & Co., Uinghainton, N. Y., he sure and paper. make anced ration, will lay larger eggs than mention this remember Don't name, any Dr. the mistake, but hens on stinted feed. ana tne address, Kilmer's bwarop-Koo- t, A warm house does not mean that Blngharutou, N. Y on every bottle. bed-wettin- g, The Breckonridgo News has a customer for a small, well improved farm, good land near a good school; possession at once; $2,000 to $5,000 cash to pay. Wanted Small Farm No. 2 house. " 300 mere 3 miles from railroad, houses, large tobacco burn; 2tf miles South Hour Sumplo ; one nil lu from schoo.- - of Kirk, H mile from school, well watered, 3 barings near burn; on KurulKouto. acres 1 uillo from Kkron. Meiido Nlrt liu. J county; ! mile of pubitu school, 1 nilluKrudetl school, good hi ml 125 acres INJrt 1 good level mile South of Rockvule. J land. 4 room dwelling tenant house and necessary outbuildings. School housd and church In 3X) yurds. Price f 1,030 cash. Mrt Q T4 acres. 3 miles from Klrlf, dwell- good well, small tenaut house, Kood barn and 10s lv, 1 Sample. NIn A cultivated; liu,barns, big acres, feed tobacco H'O 100 a Kuhj terms. luvel; all can be good dwellings; 2 barn; 3 miles front uuuftmuiB. Kwmureimrui ilMiy s 100 ucre Iu one and 121 acres In the other; lL'l acres lo1 ,3i acres 1 mile, from llurdtnsburir; loo acres 3 NIrt IU McQuudy.located mile north ot l'rlcer-'.OOK cash miles from llarued; H mile of Klnxswood bulauco In yiiurly payments. . college. cated ln MU. o y 175 acres 1 mile Kast ot Uloo Nn Oean; good, strong llmu stone soil, watered by wells and springs, ou good county road, near good school and churches. New tobacco burn con )1, 200. 3 stock barm, good tenuut houses, line clover and grass Vund. l'rlce 80.100. l7 Two-tract- 3 no. O. ot nt one-doll- located on the railroad IMrt I ft1 K mile from Webster, Rood barn and crib, reasonably good house well water-outlet on every side. Portion of 11, L. Kurtz farm, l'rlcu 3.000. 122 acres, Kood and luvel land. ivj uood burn; all land cleured, well located; 3 miles from Irvlmrton. Price 13,300 NIrk I 1 --" acres lying la a valley t & room dwelling mid hull; 2 tenant lJ. lJ 1" 1 d, n Mrk 1 7 345 acres located near Irvlngton MU. Thlslsouuof the best farms In that section. Under high stutoof cultivation well Improved; good orchard; well watered; an Ideal place, l'rlco 110,000; H cash, balance 011 eusy paymetits. w nv. iu fl.000. M) ucres 4H Q Nn I o --ourg. countymiles from Hardlns-l1 seutt well Improved; onaot the best farms In the county. 1'rlce u. t, lb.tmt-Kuu- I'D acres, 2 miles from Ouston. 3 utiles from Irvlngton; well watered: lays well; good young orchard; good timber ; ou rural route ; school house few yards fron house: Improvements; good four room dwelling wiiu Kitcnen ou uuck porch) two uood biros: lurn and tenent house and els tern back In the Held; meat and hen house; wood snea; win souon eusy payments; plenty nt sniul I f pnlt. I'nrtlipr tiurHilllMru iirirlri.hu j Juo. D. Ilubbage, Cloverport, Ky. C? "2(1(1 pj,ovu O (lOn for oleudeane, J)4tJJJ fresh land; railroad; all lft0 1 acres four miles; west ot Smiles from brunch 100 ucres In cultivation; M acres In grass; will produce the best corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood ; plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwelling; log dwelling, a rooms and slds roomi rood stable 3 tobacco burns ; 3 tenant house. Plenty ot good timber for farm purpose good land to clear. 1'rlce tf.OOO H cask. i j j Kirschbaurn'fckrthei ED. ALEXANDER'S The place for ample supplies of the most popular and desirable merchandise for Spring and Summer Embroideries Laces For dress adornment. Our lino of Embroideries and Laces has "Wo arc novcr been surpassed. bending our energy to carry an extensive lino of dress and under- Men's Clothing Men must wear garments that embodies the best in material and We realize that workmanship. want style and satisfaction, you and have attained that in our lino of Men's Clothing. Our prices on srood blue screes arc from $10. to suits can $15. Our made from $12. be gotten S35 to to-ord- Shoes of Quality Elegant Wall Paper for the homo beautiful. Wo havo a. big lino of Wall Paper in charming effects, for pKrlors, dining rooms, bed rooms, etc. a roll, 15 to . 1 Jy v 0u v.7 fJ ttlM; garment trimmings. Ladies' Skirts Our skirts aro what you need for convenience. Wo can supply you for immediate uso and pleaso your taste and suit your pocket book. Get ideas of our goods by writing for samples. What wo want to do is to pleaso you and keep your trade; we want to give you what you pay for and then we know you will be our Permanent special-mado. Beautiful Hats Ladies' Trimmed Hats from $1 to $2.50. They have real stylo and perfect service in their make. White Goods Women require standard materials and knowing this wo havo brought on a nice lino of White Goods for lingerie dresses. lawns, dimities, Swisses in the most desirable shades for tub dresses. Li.. Carpets, Mattings of standard grades. Carpets, 15 to 50 cents; mattings, 10 to 25 cents, a yard. For Men,Wotuen,and Children. Our Shoes are repeaters you get one pair, and after their "wear,you want another pair like you bought Tan, black white,gun metal, buckskin, patent leather, in the latest styles. Imp iBglBm Customer. eorriticMJtiCTTn IF H Ed. F. Alexander, w :: Irvington, Ky. VACCINATION, AND rt- with Taft after the election, for Wood-roWilson will be the next President as sure as he gets th3 nomination. But I care not who gets it, our next Presi"Florence Nightingale,"of Ameri- dent will be a Democrat. The Republican party will soon be a thing of the ca, Dies At Her Home, Red past. I can almost hear the groans o his monster as he Cross. Ninety Years Of Age. the dyingwe will not weep. breathes last, but Was The Beloved American For rheumatism you will find nothing Daughter better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it gives relief. For sale by all dealers. Washington, April 12. MNs Clara Barton, founder of the American Red The Question Cross Society, died at her home In Glen Echo, Md.,at 0 o'clock this morn-inSister Chich! O Brother Chicken! The cause of her death was chrongracious me! O my! 0 ic pneumonia, with which she was This broken eggshell was my home. stricken atojt a year ago. Her brother 1 see It with my eye. Stephen Barton, of Boston, was with However did I get inside? her when she died Miss Barton was Or how did I get out? born at Oxford, Mass., in 1821. And must my life be evermore Miss Barton has been confined to her An atmosphere of doubt? home, "Red Cros'," at Glen Echo since no one solve last fall, when she returned from a Can no one tell? Caneggs? this myttery of visit to New lingland. It was thought llap our wings, or her trip was beneficial, but soon after- Or why we chip and 2 legs? why we've all ward she was taken severely ill. understand, She celebrated her ninetieth birthday And since we cannot May it not seem to me reanniversary December 25, when she merely born by chance, ceived many messages of congratula- That we are for to be. tion from all parts of the world. Clara Barton might properly be callAccidents will happen, but the best ed the Florence Nightingale of America regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Like her British prototype her works Electic Oil for such emergencies. Two of mercy were not confined to her sizes, 2oc and 50c, at all stores. native lan.i, but were carried even into the eastern hemisphere. The Real Need CliAJpi SMALL-PO- X, PURE FOOD ed f. A few words to the level-headand thinking people of Cloverport: While I am a baker, and have been with you all for the past five years, and have worked hard to please you and give you the best goods that can be made, is no reason that I have lost interest in you as my friends and patrons, and right here, must thank you, one and all, for your liberal patronage and respect that you have shown to my place. C I have lost no more interest in your welfare and health than I have in my business. Now, what about This PURE FOOD? The pure food man came in my store and told me what I must do to comply with the Pure Food Law, while I am a pure food mail myself, and requested him to show me every pointthat I had overlooked in the way of improving my shop and making it more sanitary thank God, he had only very few suggestions to make. Egg-nosti- You will look a good while beforo you find a better medicine for coughs and colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It rot only gives relief It cures. Try it when you have a cough or cold, and you are certain to be pleased with the prompt cure which it will effect. For sale by all dealers. "This article telling 'how to trim a hat for the price of a frame' is all well enough," remarked Mrs. Smallmeans; "but wnat I would really like to know is 'how to trim a husband for the price of a hat.'" Judge. A healthy man is a king In his own right; an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. For impure blood and sluggish liver, use Eurdock Blood Bitters. On the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. Mrs. Bateman attended church at Webbter last Sunday. Miss Vander Robertson and brothers, Everett ud Harlaui.were vbiting their uncle's family, Mr. iind Mrs. Henry Payne, of Webster, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Kobbins, of Mystic, last Sunday. Miss Annie Keys was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Dowell, of Irving-ton- , last Sunday. Roy Dye, who has been in California for the past six months returned home Saturday. Jeff Conder, of California, Is at home on a visit. J. Dutschke, of Holt, w,tn the guest of his bister, Mrs. A. Dutscnke, lust Sunday. Mr. and MrH. Isaac Norton, of Norton's Valley, were guests of W. R. Argabright last Sunday. Master Tubal Argabright is the guest of his uncle, Isaac Norton, this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bandy, of were the guests of Mrs. Bandy's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Gibson last Sunday. Miss Luclle Parr, of Clifton Mills, was the guest of Miss Alma Keys last Sunday. Miss Ina Basham was the guest of Miss Annie Keys last Friday. Col. Roosevelt don't seem to bo in it (i little bit, and it will look the same Fry-mir- e, Card Of Thanks. We want to thank our friends for the kindness showu us during the illness and death of our dear husband and father. Mrs. Mary Wilson and children. Letter From China. Dear sister I Miss Viola Beatty: write you a few lines. I am all O. K. and hope you are the same. I have written you four letters since I have had an answer. I guess I will get an answer as soon as it can come, I am going to write just the same, I am perfectly satisfied in this place, I dont know how long I will stay here. China has been having trouble among Its own people. It didn't bother us any. They are at peace now since the ICth of February. They have a president like we have. I guess you all have been reading all about it all the time. Well, Viola, I have been in the army one year, it seems like six months. It Is cold over here yet, but I don't care for will Now then; I have headed my bill "Small-poVaccination, and Pure Food," here is what I mean: That our health-officeshould protect the people in pure food as well as to protect them against contagious diseases. When you are sick he tells you to eat light diet. Get some nice light-brea- d and eat it with milk or tea; I think what is good for a sick stomach is good for a well one don't you? C But I want to say to you: Be CAREFUL What kind Of BREAD you cat! Don't eat diseased bread; and to be sure of Pure Bread, get it at BROWN'S BAKERY. Don't get bread that has been shipped in old baskets that are full of germs and then absorbs the foul atmosphere in a grocery store for a day or two. If you do, be sure that the basket has been disinfected and vaccinated, and that the car in which it was shipped is also disinfected, pure and clean, and that it had no infected baggage, no dead people, no diseased fowls, or old hides, etc. Now vaccinate yourself on the bread question, and ndt have the yellow flag on your home, or our town under quarantine from some disease you have bought, paid for, and eaten into your stomach, so beware!, take heed before it is too late. Get your Bread from The Home Bakery; at 4 cents a Loaf. Protect your Health, and SAVE 20 cents on Every Dollar. x, rs I am, yours for health purity, quality, and clean service, that. I two summers In the last year. WANTED have seen three winters and It was ACTIVE MAN IN EACH L0CAUTY S. J. BROWN, Brw wwwRwwiwwwwwwr winter when I left Chicago and summer In Texas, winter in Utah and summer in the Philippine Island and winter here. Uncle Sam has paid my way about fifteen thousand, eight hundred Cloverport, Ky. wflwwm Wi Hope you will get my letters all From your brother, Merrel Beatty. Co. B. 15th U. S. Infantry, care of American Consul, Tientsin, China. time. O. K. To Join this Society. Sick, uceldent, death benefits. And Introduce our Memberships. All or spare time. $50 to ?300 a month. Kvcry Member gives you a steady monthly Income. Expcrlcnco not needed. Write Covington, Ky. for plans. Box JI-20- miles in the last year, a day and eighteen dollars a month and When we leave here we will go to they have to send me back to the the Islands. I don't care where I am States at the end of ray enlistment. I while I am In the army. I know I wil hope that Herbert Is satisfied at home, get ray clothes and three square meals Well, I will have to close for this c. ;!f' '