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The Breckenridge news: May 1, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912050101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 1, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVI HARD1NSBURG T THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 1, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY LI Of 1912. 8 Pages No. 43 C. H, 8. E COUNTYJEAT Five Marriage Licenses As NEWS Writes From Atlantic City Issued B mI m X I h. t Result Of Cupid's VictorRev. B. ies For Spring-T- he 1 am sitting on the snnd looking A. Davis, of Georaetown. Will seaward. The tide is going out Oetfver Commencement Ad- - und the wind is rising and the clouds aro thickening. It is not a calm, smiling &ca now as it was ress. this morning. The whitecaps arc M speaking in their own majestic PARAGRAPHS. INTERESTING language of the dangers as well as the delights to "those who go O L. Black, of Addison, has qualified down to the sea in ships." The Tias administer of the estate of his de- tanic horror is just one wcok old and yet it is one thomo on evorj' ceased brother, H. E. Black. Marian Blair, of tongue. This morning from the Marriage licenses: Tarfork, and Nelia Dunn, Hardinsburg; pulpits in the East it was expectLonnie Dougherty and Bertha Rusher, ed that vital lessons would bo of Hardinsburg; Alfred Triplett and drawn from the great disaster. trances Wo went to tho Methodist churcu LilHe Oliver, of Custer; Cravens, of Louisville, and Mary and heard a strong, sane, helpful Wheatley; R. A. Lucas, McDaniels, sermon developed from Jeremiah's vision of tho clay in tho potter's and Mary C. Brown, Roff. hands. Thoro was a church full of Rushing, of the Presiding Elder people although the sea and tho District will preach at the sun moved mightily the lover of M. E. church South Friday night. nature. It is not all worldliness Miss Mary Leigh Gregory, who has and wickedness even at Atlantic been visiting Mr. J. H. Pile for several City. Thoro are more than seven weeks, is spending this week with her thousand who have not bowed tho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, at knee to Baal, though thoro aro Garfield. many Elijahs who think that "I- -I Miller Dellaven, after a year in Cali- only am loft to servo tho Lord." I spent tho week of tho council fornia, arrived last week, and will remeeting in Washington, the guest main at home. for-ulThe examination for graduation from of Salhe Miller Parker, your townswoman, she and her be held the common school course will husband aro perfect embodiments Friday and Saturday of next week. of gracious and cordial hospitalThe News readers who do not read ity. A sojourn with them is truly its current serial story will miss a rare a delight, treat. Get out the first installment and Was much edified by tho intiread it and you will not miss the rest. mate contact with tho great plans Leitchfield will be here Saturday to and purposes of Missions as develplay our High School Ball team. oped under the beautiful spirit of The Rev. B. A. Davis, o George-town- , Union. How it is broadening the will preach the bacchalaureats spiritual life of our women and sermon for the High School Gradua- enlarging their vision of "the tion exercises. It will be delivered at greatest good to tho greatest numthe M. E. church South, Sunday, May ber." The church South is setting 12. He will also preach at 7:30 at a pace for other Methodisms in night. Rev. Frank Thomas, of Louis, this broad development of Unitville, will deliver the graduating ad- ed Missions and they will not reer Her Base Ball Team Meets Defeat At Dies in Hancock County at the On Leitchfield -- Will Age of Play Visit East Had A Pleasant Home Field Next Saturday of Hon. Thos. Wroe, of Visit In Washington With Great Victory Expected. Mrs. Sallie Miller Parker. Eighth-fourr-Father Royal has no substitute for making delicious home-bake- d foods c c dress at the City Hall on the evening of May 17th. The members of the Misses Annie graduating class are: Lewis Whitworth and Judith Beard and Mr. Irwin Taylor. A letter from Judge Weed S. Chelf to Circuit Court Clerk Lee "Walls informs us that a special judge will hold th.e May term of court. Judge Chelf s rheumatism renders him unable to attempt work before June, if then. Herbert Beard spent several days last week in Frankfort. Daily Beard the butcher, has been suffering from a severe rheumatic at tack. Mrs. Anne Bruce, of McDaniels, is visiting her si iter, Mrs. John Alexander. Victor Pile, of Phoenix, Arizona, ar rived at his home at Mook last week to see his mother, who is ill. Hon. John P. Haswell came down from Louisville Saturday for a day or two. Mrs. Nettie Phelps, of Louisville, Is visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Lennon. The score stood 0 to 0 against the Breckenrldge High School Ball Team Saturday when the Grayson county High School played them on thelatter's grounds at Leitchfield. Miss Sarah Deane Moorman spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Moorman, of Git-- Dean. Son Succeeding. Mrs. E. T, Connor, of Stephensport, went to Mystic Monday to visit her son, Lyonel, who Is telegraph operator at that station. She says hereon, B. C. Connor and Mr. and Mrs. Conn, who are In California, are well pleased, doing fine and making money. Her son is a machinist and is getting $4 a day. fuse to follow when tho timo is ripe. The Conferences aro rapidly uniting and many memorials have gone up to tho council asking for more definite legislation pertaining to it. It was a great day for Southern Methodism when United Missions was given to the church by our leaders two years ago. Just as I reached this point in tho consideration of this vital question, I was surrounded bj' a company of small boys. They have never seen mo before nor I them, but the' must have recognized a kindred spirit. Thoro are eight of them and they range in age from eight to twelve. They intimate that it is their purpose to drive mo away from my sand bank. Thoy have thrown down tho gauntlet and I cannot without dishonor spent last week in Louisville. Weaver, of Louisville, will address from Benjamin Ball, a banker of Lonrefuse to take it up. It means a All members and those In- don. photograpner, will be at the League. school work are urged to g In the letter Mr. Ball tells of sand battle but horo goes though Brabandt, terested In be Irvlngton, Monday, May 0. present. Questions of importance will met Dr. Moraweck at the Tourist best gown should suffer. mj Hotel, at the Hague, a shoit time beMcGlothlan & Son have built a be discussed. Truly, Men In twenty foot addition to their store discussingall lines of business are now fore the Titanic sailed. the question of the best Dr. Moraweck told Mr. Ball that he Clare J. Piggott, house. plans to secure the hearty co operation had to return to Kentucky because his N. J. Haddon Hall, Atlantic City, of every citizen in the building of the farm was Hooded. Mrs. Allen Ridge, of Bloomington, irvlngton tsewieyvuio pike a plan Is He told Mr. Ball he was going to 111., Is visiting her nephew, James on foot for an immense Mass Meeting catch the Titanic at Southampton, and in the uear future. asked him about the railway stations LOUISVILLE Mrs. LiRue Cox and Miss Katharine Cox are at home after several days Rev. Cottrell Here. His First Trouble. spent in Louisville, the guests of Mr. The Rev. Mr. Cottrell and Mrs. Is Visited By Another $200,000 and Mrs. Tom Ditto. Master James Franklin Ridgewny.the attractive little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell and little daughter, Dorothy, Fire-Pl- ant Julius Sipple has purchased Mrs. Ben Ridgewny, got his right thumb have moved in the Baptist parsonage Of The Louisville Frank Claycomb's residence on Maple severely mangled Thursday, when a and were handsomely remembered with Paper Company Is Destroyed. St , and will move there in a short door slammed on it His friends are generous donations on their arrival to this pastorate. The Baptist church is 1 un-oxe- B. C. II. S. Base Ball team met Mr. Wormly Wroc parsed away their Titanic last Saturday on tho at the homo of his niece, Mrs. V. Leitchfield ball park. Tho boys at 8:15 o'clock MonLeitchfield are an ideal bunch of fel- II. Brown, at Had he survived day evening. lows and thogama was ju st as fair as until Juno 13 he would have been they or anybody else could make it. The Hardinsburg boys are quick and 81 years of age. Mr. Wroc was fast but not old enough yet to be sure born in .TcH'orson County, and The game was not what the Ilardtns-burcamo to Hancock when a child, boys could have made it. it was on account of wild throws and bad remaining hero ever since. His batting that the game stands as It is, death was caused by asthma and ABSOLUTELY PURE 10 to 0. general debility. His wifo died They play Hardinsburg next Satur- - May 22, 1909, at about tho same ago of Mr. Wroc when ho died. The only Baking Powder made Tho remains wore taken on from Royal Grape Cream of Tuesday to tho Lawson grave yard near Utility, and the interment Mr. Wroe loaves was at 2 p. m. two children and a number of The children arc GEO. HJfTADDEN Mr. Thos. Wroe, of Cloverport, and Mrs. S. II. Bruner, of Pcll-villMrs. Bettie Stewart, of To Town While Horses Work. Well Known Man Insurance this county, is a surviving sister. Nat Arms And His Neighbor, Drops Dead At Marion-Nati- ve Air. Wroo was one of the best Mr. Arnold, Lose Nearly Ten known men of tho county and Of Meade Connty. owned a farm at Martindalo. He Dozen Eggs. was a man well posted in current Marion, Ky., April 24. George d events and was a Huardinsburg, Apr. 29. (Spec- II. Madden, of Louisville, State gentleman of tho older school. ial) On ono of the bright days Field Manager of tho Equitable Y -- ,. Ilawcsvillo Claiion. recently when all plows were go- Life Assurance Company, died ing and no horse could bo spared suddenly here this morning at 10 Wild Throws Brought Defeat, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moremen were in from the Held Nat Arms and his day at Hardinsburg and it is not Brandenburg Friday visiting their neighbor, Mr. Arnold, of tho Dor-rett- o'clock. Ho was in tho oflice of thought that the game next Saturday brother, Albert Moremen. Creek neighborhood, had to Mr. A.M. Driskoll, local examiner will terminate as the last one. B. C. come to town. Unlike Julo Jack- of the Company,attending to some Mrs. Lucy Brown and Miss Mary H. S. is backed by the school spirit Brown, of Lewisport, who have been son on Convention Day, thoy felt business when tho end camo withthat hovers over Hardinsburg, and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson, they must ride. Horses being out out warning. lie was well and when the boys don't come up to the of tho question, each haltered and have returned to Lewisport. standard of the patrons you can tell it saddled an ox, Mr. Arms carefully favorably known hero and his sudMiss Elizabeth Crider is in Louisville carrying to by their actions and expresion. But market a basket con- den taking awaj' was a shock to when thoy are at home and get down this week the guest of Miss Margaret taining ten dozen of eggs. All his many friends in this city. to play, like they practice, then L. H. Wortham. went well until thoy wore within Mr. Madden was sixty-twMr. and Mrs. Fred Sadenwater will a hundred 3'ards of thoir dismountS. had better show more class than years of age and a native of Meade they did last Saturday, or they are leave this week for Matoon, 111., ing place when a little town dog where they will make their home. perched up his ears at the unusual county, Ky., but had spent most certain to be defeated. The line up of B. C. H. S. was sight, and ran into tho street bark- of his time in Louisville. Ho was Misses Margaret and Sue Bandy Murray Brown, C; Rob Curtis, B; spent tho week-en- d in Webster, the ing with a fierceness equal to his a traveling representative for tho Irwin Taylor, 2 B; Francis Dillon, guests of Miss Alta StClair. surprise. This was too much for old linn of Bamberger, Bloom & Short; Gilbert Macy, 3 B: Bruner, R. Messrs Harry Conniff, Geo. HulT and the beast which carried Mr. Co., for many years. Twenty F; Nat Shellman, L. F; Hobon, P and Ernest Perry spent Friday in Hardins- Arms and tho 120 eggs. It began years ago he embarked in the into tleo from the dog and to rush C. F. ; Basham, P. and C. F. burg. wildly down the street, and though surance business, later becoming Mrs. Edwin H. Jolly was in Clover- it never d tho rider, it did the partner of Henry J. Powell in port Saturday visiting her cousin, Miss tho basket and scatter bro- managing tho business of tho Ora Hendricks. ken shells and the meat of tho Crafton Cunningham, of the Louis- eggs until all but one dozen wore Manhattan Life Insurance ComMrs. Chas. P. Weaver Will De- ville Trainidg School at Beechmont, broken. Luckily thero was no fur- pany in this territor. spent the week-en- d with his sister, ther damage done. lie had been with tho Equitable liver An Address May 3 To Mrs. Louis H. Jolly. Lifo Assurance Society thirteen" Dr. Ernest Moraweck years and at the timo of his death Improvement League Many Tho enndy pulling given under the auspices of the School Improvement One of Titanic's Victims was tho largest producer attached Social And Personal Notes. League Thursday evening was a sucLouisville, Ky., April 29. That Dr. to the Louisvillo ollico. Ho was cess both socially and financially. Ernest Moraweck, of Louisville, was a member of the Presbyterian The next meeting of the School Im on the Titanic on that liner's first and Mrs. Frank Claycomb is the guest of provement League will be held in the last voyage and that he perished with church. Ho is survived by his her sister in Fordsville. Graded School Chapel Friday afternoon the ship was made certain Monday, Misses Eva Payne and Mary Henry May 3 at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Charles P. when Mayor Head received a letter widow, Mrs. Bello Madden. g BakingPowder Tartar grand-childre- o. kind-hearte- j 's o IRIGTONJEWS un-eg- g hav-In- French-Bar- r Wedding. Bo-li- n. Miss Laura Clemencine French and Mr. Herbert Barr were married by the Rev. E. S. FitzGerald at 0 o'clock Tuesday morning at St. Paul's Catholic church. The attendants were Miss Alice French and Mr. Roy Vessels. After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Barr left for their future home. Mrs. Barr is the attractive and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. French, and has well-to-d- o Meade county, where thoy will make many friends in Owensboro. Mr. Bair is a hustling and farmer of Meade county. Owensboro Messenger. Tho loss is $200,000, and tho insurance is 100,000. Tho loss on tho building is $25,000. A firo horse ran away and collided with an express wagon seriously injuring tho express drtvor, Gillespie. on-giAn-dorso- Louisvillo, Ky., April 2G plant of the Louisvillo paper company was destroyed by iiro tonight, caused by crossed wires.' time. Tho Mrs. n NOTICE TO READERS Sunday, May 12 is Mother's Day and The Breckenrldge News wants to devote some space to tributes to mothers nextWednesday, May 8th. Any person who has a short article, not more than a hundred words the loveliness of your mother or someone's mother, send It to Tho News by Friday of this week and we shall be pleased to publish It. The shorterthe article the better and must not exceed 100 words Editor. out Rates Announced For Democratic Convention rate of ono and A round-triono third tho regular rate, plus 25 cents, has boon named from all points in Kentucky to Louisvillo for delegates to tho State Democratic convention. This rate becomes elloctivo May 28 and on tho morning trains of May 29, good returning May 31. p k Little Miss Sarah Baker III. glad to know his little thumb will not have to be amputated as was thought delighted with their new pastor and his Little Miss Sarah Baker, elovon family. Services will be held every G I. Marshall returned Friday at first. years old and tho daughter of Dr. second and fourth Sundays. from a visit at White Mills. and Mrs. .1. T. Baker, continues Good Crop Of Wheat. R. B. McGlothlan spent Friday in very low and hor lifo is despaired Sells Hogs And Cattle. West Point making estimates on conDr. K. B. Gilbert (accomof. E. II. Shelman reports his wheat Victor Hagman, of Sklllman, was in panied by his wifo) was horo to .co crete work. crop looking fairly well. He says that Monday and sold Harry ConnilT, Ed. F. Alexander, part of his Held that he rolled with a Louisvillocents;7 head cattle30 head of her on Monday. Tho girl receivaveraging ten ton roller is 50 per cent, better hogs at 8 Thomas and Edwin Alexander spent pounds at 7)4 cents. Mr. Hag-ma- ed a fall somo months ago, resultthe part he did not roll. The In- 1225 says he has not been able to plow ing, it is boliovcd, in such injury than Thursday at the Falls of Sinking fish- crease in crop he says will pay him a furrow for corn on account of the as to paralyze hor bowels, since ing. well for the extra work. wet weather. which timo sho has gradually of Brazil, Ind., is liore John Bolin, grown worse. Dr. Baker has revisiting his brother, Jim Bolin. Mrs. Eliza Hall Passes Away Car Stock to Chicago. turned homo from Pollvillo, where Crayton Claycomb, of the L. II. & St. At Age Of Seventy-Fou- r. Tamos Kntmi. nf this tilneu. hhlnnpri ho has been practicing for sovoral I., has been transferred from this n rar Innri nf rnr Ktnnk from Hrmlnv months, and ho tolls us ho will point to Cloverport. yenrs Mrs. Eliza Hall, seventy-fou- r o Station last week to Chicago. He Is now remain in Ilawcsvillo. Miss Bessie Arnold is at home after of age, died at the home of her son, enjoying a line ousiness. Clarion. Mr. Prank Whitworth, at Maceo, a visit to relatives in Owcnsboro. Thursday a. m., at 12:30 o'clock. She Miss Daisy Brlte, of Pewee Valley, is survived by three sons, Frank and Success In Poultry. New Pharmacist. who has been a recent guest of Mrs. Milton Whitworth, and Kd. Wall, of Waltman, and three daughters, Mn. Louis Sayer, registered pharmacist, Nannlo Wathen, has returned home. Georgia Board, of Maceo, Mrs. Lula Charlie Llghtfoot, the of Louisville, has accepted a position In pur- Brown, of Lewlsp.irt, and Mrs. Eliza- machinist at the shops, is also a 'It, T. ,Stlth, who has recently of the Hardinsburg Pharmacy with Dr. chased the farm of Mr. Herbert Cain, beth Tucker, held Denver,; Col. The Ho now has poultry raiser. from the tesidence funeral was Mr. Sayer is a young man of known as the Tucker place, moved his 'this afternoon at 3 o'clock, with the ninety young chicks, the product of ten Lex. popular personalty and (squlte efficient family from Louisville last entermsnt in the Chestnut Grove cem- hens. Can any of you poultry men in I Cloverport or the county beat this? la his profession. etery. Owensboro Enquirer, n Haw-osvillwell-know- n suc-cesf- ul ti V ' 4S- fc hi V Jno. A. Barry, judge November election 80 Chas. Hawkins, judge Novem2 00 ber election R. T. Polk, clerk November Of April Term Of Breckonridge not cost that much. "I made a had mistake ti.day" tald Blank to his wife. "I went to 2 80 election Your Commissioner? further report pay that subscription tojthe dally.which was $5. I found out afterwards County Fiscal Court Held In that, In their opinion, the construction F. T. Heyser, sheriff of Novemthat I had handed the agent a $10 bill and didn't notice it until he was 2 00 ber election gone guess he didn't either. I suppose that fellow is honest and I'll In Hardins-burg- , of the said bridge at this point is neces- For Fourteen Years. Restored The Court House sary for the convenience of a very large To get my money back, but It'll be some trouble." E. Pink-ham- 's H. A. Oelzc, judge November Health by Lydia Kentucky. 2 80 secticn of Breckenridge county, and election "I've been telling you" said his wife "that you should deposit your Vegetable Thos. Wroe, judge November that the ford, as now used, is impass money in the bank and then pay by check. Then you won't be making , 2 00 election Compound. such mistakes and having so much trouble." At a regular term of tho Breckcn-rldg- o able a great part of the year nnd very C. Dellaven, clerk November dangerous; that a great deal of hauling, County Fiscal Court, held in and Was she right? She was. Wo invito one and all to open a check2 80 election Elgin, HI. "After fourteen yenrs of for Breckonridge County at the court milling and traveling is done by the ing account at our bank. 15. Black, sheriff November house in Hardinsburg. Kentucky on the community, which is cut off from Hard suffering everything from female com J. plaints, I am at last insburg, the county seat, because of 2 00 election 2nd. day of April, I9I2. restored to health. Sam Dix, judge November being unablo to cross North Fork at Present were Hon. L. L Wnggoner, "I employed tho 2 80 FIRST STATE BANK, Ky. Judge of the Hreckenridge County this point; that Hardinsburg is the to host doctors and election bacco market, the mill point, the bankBrumfield, judge Novem Court, presiding with the following oven went to tho 2 00 ber election J. C. PAYNE, Cashier hospital for treatnamed Justices of the peace; namely, ing point, and n general trading point ment and was told J. T. Basham,, clerk November Gto. N. Harris, Sam for tho people cut off by North Fork; G. A. Wright, election there was no help for ;.... 2 SO Dix, M. P. Payne, D. J. Quiggins and that said bridge ii necessary for the me. But whilo tak- Jess Walls, sheriff November locality cut off by the North Fork of B. A. Whlttinghill this being all the ing Lydia E. Pink- Rough Creek to reach their respective 2 00 election justices in commission. ham's Vogotablo W. B. Taul, judge November railroad stations on tho Louisville, Hreckenridge County Fiscal Court. Compound I began 2 70 Henderson & St. Louis Railway; that election Lon Glasscock, et al., to improve and I at the present time a large portion of continued its use until I was made well." J. J. Keenan, judge November Bridge On Petition For one of the best sections of Breckenridge 2 00 election Mrs. Henry Leisebero,743 Adams St Order county is compelled, by reason of not T. M. Hates, clerk November This day came the commissioners Kearnoysville, V. Va. "I feel it my Mr. 1 armor, arc you interested ? If so, call on the 2 70 election herein, John N. Akers and Henry Can- having a bridge at suggested point, to duty to writo and say what Lydia E. manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph go farther to the town of Leitchfield in Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound has T. N. Hawkins, sheriff Novemnon, who were appointed at a former Company and have him explain tho special "Far another county to transact their various done for me. I Buffered from female 2 00 ber election term of this court to examine into the kinds of business; that this works a dis weakness and at times felt so miserable W. Scott Cart, judge November mers Line" rate. t! necessity and advisability of erecting my feet 2 00 election a bridge at Galloway Ford across North crimination agbinst our county seat, I could hardly enduro being on "Attct taking Lydia E. Pinkhom's p. Fork of Rough creek, and filed a report and that same, in our opinion, can and Vegetable Compound and following your M. S. Jolly, judge November nilUDCDimn TCicounuc 00 II 20 should be remedied by the construction election uumuLiiuniiu LLLuiwri uumrAni recommending the construction of a iiuiil special directions, my trouble is gone. (Incorporated.) bridge near said ford, and the Road and of this much needed bridge; and we Words fail to express my thankfulness. Lonnie Hnll, clerk November issni 3 20 election Bridge Supervisor of Breckenridge further say that a reasonable good road I recommend your medicine to all my J. W. Brown, sheriff November county having been directed to accomp- may be had to the bridge, as proposed friends." Mrs. G. B. Wiiittington. 2 00 ; election any them, and make recommendations on either side of the creek. The above nro only two of tho thouSo, weighing the necessity for the sands of grateful letters which are con- G H. Cunningham, judge Novas to the necessity of said bridge, also ember election 3 60 Hied a report recommending the con- said bridge and the location of same, stantly being received by the Pinkham as reported, and surroundings and consequence general- Medicine Company of Lynn,Mass.,which H. G. Vessels, judge November struction of the bridge Urecl Gilts. Sows with young pigs and Summer and things Lydia E. 2 00 election the said report of the Commissioners ly, we unqualified' recommend to this show clearly what greatCompound does Fall pigs'weighing up to 100 pounds and of most 12. F. Egart, Honorable Court the immediate con- Pinkham's Vegetable clerk November and Supervisor is made a part of this for those who suffer from woman's ills. approvedj type and breeding;. Prices reasonable. election 3 60 record and ordered recorded, and is in struction (it the point by us proposed. If you want special advice write to R. E. Elder, sheriff November Respectfully submitted this March 29, words and figures as follows: COME AND SEE OUR STOCK Lydia . Pinkham Medicine Co. (conf2 00 election "We, the undersigned, John N. Akers 1012. idential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will lie opened, read and answered by a R. D. StClalr, judge November John N. Akers. and Henry Cannon, Commissioners apW, J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky. woman, aud held iu strict confidence H. A. Cannon. 2 00 election 0, I9I2, called term pointed at the Jan. H. B. Parks, judge November Commissioners. of this court, to examine a point at the SUi'KKVISOIt'S HErOKT. 2 00 election Galloway ford across the North Fork of services 13 days as Supervisor I J I'. Garner, Supervisor of Roads O. M. Parks, clerk November as to the necessity md Rough creek, 10 50 of tax book, I9I2, allowed... election 2 80 advi ability of eracting a bridge at said for Breckinridge County, Kentucky, Claim of II. A. Oelze for I3 days respecttully report that I accompanied H. P. Beard, sheriff November point, respectfully report as follows: services us supervisor of tax election 2 00 We examined the proposed site for a the Commissioners who made the fore book, 1012. allowed lg 5O D. W. Henry, judge November bridge across Rough creek at the Gal- going report; that I have read their re- Claim of Hubert Bruner for I3 election 3 20 loway Ford, on March 20th, 1912 and port, as signed by them, and find that days services as supervisor of B Herndon, judge Novemwere accompanied by the County Road the statements thorein made are true. tax book, I9I2, allowed 50 J. I9 ber election 2 00 Supervisor. A great number of citizens and that, In my opiniou, for reasons Claim of Roy J. Cain for 13 days E. L. Bennett, clerk November from the surrounding community were they suggest and others, this bridge services as supervisor of tax election present, and we carefully examined the should be constructed as the Commis3 20 book, I9I2, allowed 10 50 Jno. N. Akers, sheriff Novembridge site and received from these peo- sioners report and suggest. I, there- Claim of Mc Quiggius for l!i 2 00 ber election ple suggestions and information that fore, concur in their report and recomdays services as supervisor of mend officially the construction of this W. W. Keith, judge November we deem valuable and hereinafter retHxbook, I9I2, allowed 19 5O bridge at the point suggested. election 3 15 port. Claim of H. M. Beard, for 13 Chas. Blanford, judge NovemPal Garner. We did not find it practicable to condays services as clerk of Board ber election 2 00 struct a bridge across the creek at the Supervisors Roads Breckinridge County. of Tax Supervisors, 1012, alD. C. Heron, clerk November After the reading of the above repotts Galloway Fork proper, but we find a 10 5O lowed ,'J 15 election suitable point for the proper location of it was moved and seconded that they A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED be adopted and declared to be the sense Claim of H. M. Beard, County J. F. Meador, sheriff November such a bridge about sixty (60) jards up election LOUISVILLE, KY. Clerk, for legal fees (item 2 00 the creek from where the county road of the Court, and said motion prevailed. ized) 66 48 W. T. Norris, judge November intersects the creek at the ford. At the It was then moved by Justice J. A. .' CO election Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live point mentioned, sixty (60) yards above Wright and seconded by Justice G. N. Claim of Dennie, Sheeran, sheriff, (itemized) allowed 231 75 C. C. Martin, judge November we find that a bridge Harris that n bridge be erected at once the present ford, Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. election 2 00 with a span of one hundred and five at the point recommended in the report, Claim of R. O. Perkins, D. S., (10.1) feet will be sufficient, and on one and that the Road and Bridge Super(itemized) allowed 76 00 J. N. Tucker, clerk November election will rest on an appar- visor of Breckinridge county be author 3 60 side the bridge SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Claim of A. W. Wheeler, poor W. J. Miller, sheriff November ently solid lime stone rock foundation, ized and directed to receive bids for 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS house keeper, (itemized) alelection 2 09 and the other end will reach the bank, the erection of bridge as recommended, MAILED THE 1st AND 15th OF EACH MONTH lowed 535 50 T. N. Dyer, iudee November which appears to be solid and of such a and he will report his acts to the County Claim of Dr. L. B. Moremen election 2 00 nature as to make a foundation for con- Judge, who will assemble the Fiscal for rent of hall for holding THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff Alfred Allen, judge November crete or stone. No drills or grading Court for the purpose of receiving said Justices' court 8 davs at $2 electlou of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey will be necessary to go into the bridge bids and entering into a contract for the 3 15 per day, allowed.. 10 00 Chas. Alexander, clerk Novemside. Two bridge compan- purchase of said bridge and the confrom either II to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the ii Claim of Jno. Shellman for 600 ber election . 3 15 ies had representatives present and they struction of the abutments and agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and econom feet of lumber furnished the W. P. Romine, sheriff thereto. It whs further moved assisted us in making our estimates and ical standpoint. county for culverts at $2 per that when a contract Was entered into, 2 00 FOB A LIMITED TIME hundred allowed, and Pal Mc Qttiggins, judge November that the Supervisor of Roads and BridgGarner, road supervisor of es supervise the construction of s,aid . election 3 ,)0 'vywiwaaiwrigiM bridge, under the contract as made by Hreckenridge county, is D. D, Carter, judge November ordered and directed to issue the V'ucoX Court. Slid motion was duly election 2 00 S him a draft for same payable AND carried and same is inatle the order of J. Gregory, clerk November out of the road and bridge this court. Whereupon the court dielection 3 30 12 00 G. II. Royally, sheriff Novemfund rected the Road & Bridge Supeivisor to supervise the execution of the tatd Claim of E. E. Davis for deber election 2 00 will bo sent to Prompt paying and livering Sis Robinson to poor W. C. Baliman, judge contract, and he will repoit his acts in New Subscribers, both house, allowed 3 00 premises to this couit. the 2 05 The following claims were presented G. F. Galloway, judge Novem In Re, Smallpox .it Cloverport and Irviugtou. Motion by justice G. N. and allowed for election officers for the ber election 2 00 Sloan's Liniment has a S. 12. Tucker, clerk November Harris, seconded by Justice U. A. Whlt- November election, I9II: In renewing, State whether you wunt The Kentucky Farmor soothing effect on the tinghill that guards be employed by the Jas. W. Miller, Judge Novem election 2 95 nerves. It stops neural00 Homer Pile, sheriff November $ ber election Health officer at a sum not to exceed $2 gia and sciatica pains inper day and any thing else that might C. M. Heston, judge Novemelection To 2 00 stantly. 2 00 W. C. Kane, judge November ber election be necessary to stop the bpread of the election 2 00 disease. Motion carried aud is made Dennie Miller, clerk November Here's Proof 2 00 Jeff D. Owen, judge November election the order of this court. Mrs. C M. Dowkerol Johannesburg, Ky. G. A. Wright, sheriff NovemThree claims of Bradlty ic Gilelection 3 05 Midi., writes: " Sloans Liniment is the best medicine In the world. It has 2 00 J. P. Whlttinghill, clerk November election bert Company were presented relieved me of N curalgla. '1 hose pains Taylor Heard, judge November lune all cone and can truly say your aud allowed as follows: One ber election 3 03 Liniment did stop them " 2 00 P. E. Moorman, sheriff Novemelection for gl3. S3, one for 3.15, one Mr.Andri.vv K. Lear of 60 Cay Street, See Us For Fail Job Cumberland. Mil. writes "I have for J12.00, total ber election 2 00 $ 29 5O Tom Gregory, judge November used Sloan's Liniment lor Neuralgia and I certainly do praise it very much." 00 J. W. Carwlle, judge November election Chum of G. D. Hhellmau, itemized, presented and allowed 100 00 C. L. Hruington, clerk Novemelection 2 00 00 Joe Glasscock, judge November ber election Claim of A. J. Dve, itemized, Milt Davis, sheriff November lor delivering Ballot boxes, electiou...... 3 2O 2 00 12. A. Moore, clerk November electlou notifying election officers, aud Andrew Driskell, judge Novuotif)ing list of raibes by election 3 20 2 00 II Cannon, sheriff November ember election Hoard of Supervisors, 14!! 00 D. S. Miller, judge November is the best remedy for rheuClaim of II M. H ard, clerk's electiou 2 00 election 00 C. h. Fisher, judge November cost iu Juo. A. Carmau road matism, backache, sore F. M. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE case, allowed throat and sprains. election 3 05 Hubert Dejarnett, clerk Nov$ 15 2 00 H F. Hall, judge November ember election Demiie Sheeran, sheriff's cost At all dealers. C. E. Kobbins, sheriff Novemin Juo. A. Carman road case, election 2 00 This engine is in good condition; has been run about Price 2Sc.,S0c.and $1.00 2 00 D. N. Howard, clerk November allowed ber election 1 50 Sloan's book on 4 years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary Claim of II. M. ileml, cleik's II irse. Cattle, !) 15 J. L. Ball, judge November electlou 11S and l'oul. engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasoline tank which 2 00 cost iu R. S Carter road case election V. W. Baxter, sheriff Novem- try tent free. y 00 Jubal Hook, Jr., judge Novemallowed holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump ber election 2 00 Address a 00 Cla.m of II. M. Beard, clerk's ber election Dr. The following claims were allowed aud n natural gas attachment. Heason for soiling G. N. Taul, clerk November cost in the cast of J.M. Hern-do- n for houses to hold November electlou, Earl S. Sloan ontiroly too largo for my purpose For further infor2 00 I9U: election nnd others 011 petition for Boston, Mass. mation call on or address Graded Common School at R. M. Roland, slier 111 NovemG. W. Beurd 3 00 Irviugtou, allowed ber election 7 10 200 Breckinridge Lodge No. 07.... 2 00 Sir Cluim of Deiiule Sheeran, sherT, C. Mattingly, judge 2 80 K. G. Gardiner 2 00 f. JNO. D. BABBAGE, :: Ky. iff's cost in the cate of J. M. R. S. Carter, judge November W111, Ahl 2 00 Cumberland Telephone No, 46. 2 00 Dr. J. II. Hart Ilerudou and others on petielection ll 2 00 L. V. Chapin, clerk November tion for graded common Rod Mattingly 2 00 school at Irviugtou, Kentucky, election 2 80 Mrs. McCarty 250 allowed 3 50 Joe Ueavin, sheriff November Clnlm of Chas. Mattingly for election 2 00 Continued on page 3 PROCEEDINGS We believe the bridge can be constructed for two thousand five hundred (8500 00) dollars, and, if the cliff can be used as an abutment on one side, it may SUFFERED Mr. EVERYTHING Blank's Mistake V x Irvington, k43C4E4f4E&3t RURAL TELEPHONES 1 llli tcichdidu nnuoiuv 1 f Poland Chinas For Sale H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK The Kentucky Farmer i tfl 5 : 'I Novem-berelectio- n meas-rement- I i Stops Neuralgia Pains The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News Novem-electio- n One Year, $1 ZSend Subscriptions The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Up-to-D- ate d 1 Don't to Work. SLOANS LINIMENT For Sale 15 H. P. I ............. 1 vPP Cloverport, Now is The Time to Subscribe l; L Continued from papo Hudsonville Lodge No. Vsuaicr iuviu Tnm1nr Tnliti W. W. Keith A. Oelze 2 2 00 ' mil ........- "" 2 00 2 00 2 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 00 uu 00 00 00 Proctor Keith ji Abner Dent U 1'red I'raiiks h McGlothlan & Hnynes is. uty uau, stepuenspori. Dr. Hendrick IfK. I. Egart ft nil. ...... 2 2 2 2 bDr. L. ft U. Morcmeti .Minutes reau ami approved aim court adjourned until 9:00 a, in, April 8. : At a regular term of the Breckinridge ''County Fiscal Court continued mid held P'1 in and for Breckinridge county nt the iLourtiiouse lti iianiinsmirg, Js.y., on the third d,iy of April, 1912. Present, ' Hon. L,.. L. Wnggoner, Judge of the named Justices of ;.the Peace namely: G. A. Wright, Geo. "Nyilarris, S. II. Dlx, M. P. Payne, D. lowed as follows: rQuiggins and B. A. Whittinghill, be- for public printing, $ 76 1)0 Ing all of the justices in commission. For ballots for NovCame Justice G. A. Wright and election, ember moved the court, seconded by Justice 1011, 67 00 ' Sam Dix that the levy in Breckinridge ?143 00 jri county for the year, I9I2, be eighteen Claim of Jno. D. Babbage precents on the one hundred dollars in sented and allowed for public value of taxable property, divided into 23 12 printing 'with he following law of I9OS, be 20 cents on the $100 of taxable property and a poll tax of 51.00 on each male citizen over 21 years of age n resident of Breckenridge county, Ky., except in the Cloverport Graded school district, and such other graded school districts, and such other Instan ccs as are exempt by law, a voto being taken on said motion the yea and nay vote resulted as follows: Came justice Harris and moved to amend the above order by striking out so much of the same as applies to free labor on the public roads and the vote being taken on the amendment resulted as follows: G. A. Wright, nay, S. H. Dix, nay, M. P. Payne, nay, B. A. Whittinghill, yea, D. J. Qulggins, nay, Geo. Harris, yea, and the amendment was declared lost, then on motion of justice Wright, seconded by justic Dix it was moved that the order be adopted and the vote being taken resulted as follows: G. A. Wright, yea, S. H. Dix, yea, Al. P. Payne, yea, B. A. Whittinghill, yea, D. J. Quiggios, yea, Geo. Harris, yea. , Claim of The Leader Publishing Co. was presented nnd al- We always sell the best for less 1 Bacon a son INCORPORATED Mail Orders Filled Promptly The New SHIRT-WAIST- S are here at-tractive- lyin and never before have they looked so charming made up so all the newest styles, both as to the fabric and trimming The WAISTS at 98c The waists at 98 cents are so much better than usual that they occasion many pleasing remarks. They are in all sizes and variously trimmed in val, linen, laces, medallions, and fine tucks. Made with high and Dutch necks and mostly in the new, three-quartsleeves. mfa 'i er 'I General expense three funds, fund, which shall include the salaries of all officers and all current expenses nine (0) cents; sinking fund four (4) cents; pauper fund five (5) cents, and each tax so levied shall not be directed to any other purpose than that for which it was levied, except as by law, and further that there be levied a per capita or poll tax, on each male 21 years or over, resident in the county aforesaid of $1.50, one dollar and fifty cents for said year of I9I2, and said poll tax so levied shall be apportioned to the following purposes, for road purposes, Hfty cents, and for general expense fund $1.00 and said tax of fifty cents shall be devoted to work upon and expense of working the public highways in the district in which it is collected, and further that the levy for road and bridge purposes be and remain at the sum heretofore levied towit: 2s cents on the $100.00 in value of taxable property, but divided as follows: 1 cents for roads and 12J cents for bridges and further that taxes collected for road purposes from property situated in each magisterial district of the county shall be alloted to each district in which it is collected; and the same shall be applied to roads and culverts in each district, but the taxes collected for bridge purposes shall be expended where necessary in the discretion of the authorities expending same, and further that all persons required to work on the public highways, by law, work four days in said year, 1912, but no more than two days in each week, except in cases of emergencies when such hands may be required to work any number of days iu the week or year to meet such emergencies, aud that all overseers require the road hands iu their districts to comply with this order as required to-w- it: per-scrib- ed Claim of John P. Morton & Co. presented and allowed for tax books and tax receipts Claim of H. M. Beard, clerk's cost in Jno. A. Carman &c. road case allowed Claim of C. A. Tucker, D. S., cost in Jno. A. Carman road case allowed Claim of Jno. N. Akers as commissioner to Galloway Ford 2 The WAISTS at $1.98 Are made of handsome sheer materials, such as bastite, French Lawns and Voiles; daintily trimmed in crochet laces entire yokes of stylish heavy lace and fine val lace trimming in various styles; both high and Dutch neck styles. All 3I 00 11 65 sizes. 7 00 to-w- it: by law. And whereas at a meeting of the County Board of Education of Breckinridge county, held on March 23, I9I2, it was ordered that an advalorem tax of 20 cents on each $100 worth of taxable 00 property, and a per capita tax of on each male citizen over twenty-on- e be levied, except such property as is excepted by law, and whereas a copy of said order has been presented to this court, it is further ordered that the mized) allowed school tax for the year 1912, as provid- Claim of C. A. Tucker, D. S., ed in sections 9S and 09 or the school (itemized) allowed 12 10 days and expenses allowed.. Claim of Henry Cannon as commissioner to Galloway Ford 2 8 50 days and expenses is ordered by the court that Jno.N. It Akers be and he is hereby appointed a commissioner of and for Breckenridge County, Ky., to meet and act in conjunction with G. D. Litdey, a similar commissioner appointed and acting by and under order of the Grayson county Fiscal Court entered October 5, 1911, in the matter of the construction of a joint bridge between Grayson and Breckenridge counties at Hornback's Mill, this court formerly ordered that the next joint bridge constructed by Breckenridge county be builded at said Mill, and said commissioner will report his acts herein at the October I9I2 term of this court. Minutes read and approved and court adjourned until 0 a. m. April 4. At a regular term of the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court, continued and held in and for Breckenridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg, Ky., on the 1th day of April, 1912. Present, Hon, L. L. Waggoner, Judge of the Breckenridge County Court, presiding, with the following named justices of the Peace, namely: G.A. Wright, Geo. N. Harris, S. H. Dix, M. P. Payne, D. J. Qulggins and B. A. Whittinghill, be. ing all of the justices in commission. The following committees were appointed: Justices M. P. Payne and S. H. Dix to investigate the Sheriff's settlement on General expense, sinking and bridge funds. Justices Harris and Quiggins school, railroad and pauper and funds. Justices Whittinghill Wright road funds. Claim of Stanley Brown pre$ 3O 00 sented and allowed Claim of W. J. Hall, Jailer, (iteHorn-back- 's Come to Louisville at our Expense Do your spring shopping where the assortment is best and prices lowest. After you have finished shopping you will be given 5 percent discount in cash on your purchases up to the railroad amount of your round-tri- p ticket to Louisville. settlement. It also appearing that the Sheriff over paid the general expense fuu in the sum of Sl.702.34, the Commissioner aud Receiver, G. D. Shellmau, is now ordered and directed to pay the Sheriff that sum of money, and if necessary he is authorized and directed to borrow a sufficient sum of money in addition to the sum of money he may now have on baud to pay the Sheriff the said sum. It also appearing that the Sheriff has over paid the pauper fund in the sum of $564.95, the Commissioner and Receiver is ordered and directed to pay the Sheriff that sum of money, and if necessary he is authorized to borrow a sufficient sum of money in addition to the amount of money he may now have on hand to pay the Sheriff said sum. It further appearing from said settlement that the Sheriff has in his hands the sum of $2,550.74 belonging to the sinking fund, he is now ordered and directed to pay said sum to the Commissioner and Receiver, who shall at once apply same on the bonded indebtedness oi the county. It further appearing that the Sheriff has over paid the bridge fund iu the sum of $3,101.17, the Commissioner and Receiver is ordered and directed to pay the Sheriff that sum of money, and if necessary he is authorized to borrow a sufficient sum of money iu addition to the amount of money he may now have on hands to pay the Sheriff the said sum. The Commissiouer aud Receiver shall retain iu his hands at thia time out of the sinking fund a sufficient amount to pay the interest as it falls due on the entire bonded indebtedness of the county. It further appearing from said settlement that the Sheriff has in hit hands the sum of $13,229.38 belonging to the School fund, he is now ordered und directed to pay said sum to the Superintendent of schools. It further appearing from said settle meat that the Sheriff has iu hia hands the sum of $3,707,17 belonging to the railroad fund, he Is now ordered and directed to pay said sum to the Commissioner of taxes for railroad district. Iu Re ordoting officers. Whereas, this court deems It of importance to have the Sheriff's annual settlement recorded, the county clerk shall hereafter record same, and shall receive from the county reasonable compensation therefor, and the said cleric Is further ordered and directed to deliver to the county road supervisor an attested copy of the delinquent list of each, magisterial district, that said de- 1 The New Spring Arrivals consist of everything that's new and stylish in the way of Millinery, Footwear, Children and Infants' Wear, White and Wash Materials, Silks and Dress Goods. Ready-to-VVear- s, THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place 40 YEARS 3 to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits 82 35 74 50 75 00 Do You Get Up With a Lame Back? Claim of Geo. Royalty for making Assessors Book allowed.. Claim presented by Lee Walls for Claude Mercer, attorney properties. Swamp- - Fiscal Court Committees, Justices Payne kooc minus aimo and Dlx on General fund, Sinking fund every wish in over- and bridge fund, Justices Harris and coming rheumatism, pain in the back, kid Qulggins on school fund, railroad fund ncys, liver, bladder and pauper fund and Justices Whit0 and every part of the tinghill and Wright on road fund hereurinary passage, it tofore appcinted to make settlement corrects inability to bold water and scaldingpain iu passing it, with the sheriff and produce to the or bad effects f ollowinguse of liquor, wine court settlement made with Dennie or beer, and overcomes that uupleusaut Sheeran, sheriff, for taxes due for the necessity of being compelled to go often year 1011, which were examined and through the day, and to get up many approved by the court and ordered to times during the night. Swamp-Rois not recommended for record. everything but if you have kidney, liver It is ordered by the court that the or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It ha3 been thor- Sheriff retain in his hands the sura of oughly tested in private practice, and has 74,62 the amount due the road fund of proved so successful that a special ar the first district, also the sum of $92.45, rangemeut has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not al the amount due the road fund of the ready tried it, may have a sample bottle third district, also the sum of 550.58, telling mail, snt free by Swamp-Roo- also a book how to the amount due the road fund of the aud more about fourth district, and he shall be charged find out if you have kidwith these several amounts in his next ney or bladder trouble. settlement. Aud it appearing that the When writing mention reading this generous Sheriff has over paid the road fund of offer iu this paper and the second district in the sum of $158. 10, wnd your address to also that be has over paid the road fund t Dr. Kilmer Cc -- o.. iu. in the fifth district In the sum of $312.32 Binghamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cesize bottles are sold by also that he has over paid the road fund and all druggists. Don't make any mistake of the sixth dlstrUt in the bum of J201 but remember the name, Swamp-Rooand the ad- - .50, it is ordered that he be credited Tir. Kilmer's Swamp-Roodttt, BingliUHtoa, N, Y,, oa tytry bottle. with these several amounts In his next L 3 00 fees allowed Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Claim of M. Hamman & Son alAlmost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's 6 00 Swamp-Roo- t, lowed the great kidney, liver and hlnililpr rpitiwlv. hi. This day came the commissioners, H. cause of its remark- I able health, restoring M. Beard and Allen R. Kincheloe, and GU RPFtvW linquents may be worked by the said Supervisor or the taxes collected as provided by law; and if an estimate of the available funds for roads and bridges in each district is furnibhed the County Judge or Road Supervisor as has been the custom; then the county clerk shall receive reasonable compensation for such estimates so furnished; and the county clerk shall arrange and deliver the t allots, aud the sheriff shall deliver the ballot boxes for elections as provided by law, and each shall receive reasonable compensation therefor, aud such officers shall produce their claims duly itemized and proven and same as allow, ed shall be paid by Breckinridge county. WAY TO JUDGE A PITCHER IS TO WATCH HIM PITCH JQC Pn ot t, .TTCwp-Ku- nt one-doll- This day came John P. Haswell, Jr., Commissioner for the Railroad tax district, and presented in open court his report as such, which was ordered referred to Justice Dix und Wright for examination and report. Upon motion of Justice Quiggins, Justice Harris was directed to burn the bonds numbers 20, 3O and 00 which has been paid by the Commissioner and caucelled, which was done iu the presence of the court. It is ordered by the court that Dennie Sheeran, S. 13. C. , pay to the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., interest on the vouchers of the county officers for their salaries, which the said bank may pay before the sheriff has iu his hands sufficient funds to meet same. It being the Intention of this order that Bald officers may get their salaries when due without discounting same and this order will stand until further orders of this court. (Continued next week, ; "The only way to tell anything about a pitcher is to see him pitch," said Jim McGuire, the Cleveland scout, in to a questi in as to what he thought of some of the youngsters of the Detroit Tiger squad at Monroe, La., recently. "These boys have all the actions of pitchers so far as anyone can see from the practice stunts, but until they havo been under llro I decline to pass final judgment on them. "To my mind the Ideal athlete is the one who is best when the necessity for being strong is greatest It's that old fighting spirit that counts. There arc lots of fellows who are wonders In practice, no matter what lino of sport they may ho engaged in But parlor boxers seldom are fighters, and many fine warm-upitchers fall down terribly when they come to lace the music in a regular game. "Many a tlmo I havo warmed up men who had everything that I ever have seen a pitcher display. Spocd, curves, control, aud everything else would be theirs, and I would feel confident that they would be able to win that day If we got them n couple of runs, Then these fellows would go out to the center of tho diamond and show mo about half of what they had displayed in warming p nce sort of a baseball instinct that enables the great pitcher to rise to the emergency. He has that fighting spirit but at the same time keeps his head cool. "The youngsters of the Detroit squad might pitch great ball when handing them up to the batters In practice with nothing depending on the outcome of the sluggers' elTorts and yet fall down against even a mediocre club In a reg ular game. I havo seen it repeatedly happen that a twirler would make the batsmen of .1 strong American leacmn club look bad when he was pitching to thorn In practice and then let some class D or college nine hammer him all over tho place." a Svibscribe Now FIENDISH PAIN OF PILES Done Away With Cy a Pleasant ternal Remedy. In- up practice. t, t, Subrcribe Today! Now! ' It ibti't always alack of gameness that accounts for a pitcher's failure to do as woll in a gauio as In practice. Some of the men are so anxious to win that they work themselves Into a stew. There are plenty of fellows who are game, yet can't do their best when they want to. It seems to be a sort of All the worst tortures of human life, rolled Into one, can hardly compare with the fiendish pain of piles. The victim eagerly buys auythlng that will bring a moment's ease, but tho trouble usually comes back. Get a scientific inward pile cure, that frees the stagnant blood and dries up tho pile. (tablets) sold by A. R. Fisher, ClovcAJWwkJvy., and all druggists, under guarsj&i. Dr. Leonhardt Co., Station B. iKKftlo, N. Y. Writ for booklet. IIEM-KOID IIEM-KOI- D fr $3 vvr nil Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 13.50. THE BRECKENR1DGE Issuod Evory Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF. Editor and Publisher fFOR GOODNESS SAKE! EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERFORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912 CEat Your Home Made Bread and Keep Germs out of your stomach. The Home bakery. WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber inches thick, 10, 12 and 14 feet long; Dry preferred but will tako it green from tho saw, for which I will pay highest market price. 1, 20,000 Feet No. 1 Common 2 U and Subscription price SI. 00 n your in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additional insertion. JIT. II. BEARD A CANDIDATE. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of The Louisville papers announced last week that tho friends of 10 cents per lino. Morris II. Beard, the Banker, arc determined to send him ns a deleOBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money gate to tho National Democratic Convention from tho Fourth Disin advance. trict. As Mr. Beard has always heen an ardent supporter of Bon Exnmino the label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso Johnson, and was alo a supporter of Gov. McCreary and tho present notify us. administration, he will ho a hard man to defeat if he announces. WHO ARE THE 1'JltTT WRECKERS? The Louisville Evening Post Miys: Wo find in the Louisville Times the following remarks under the caption "Tho Party Wreckers. " The fact that Percy Ilaly is again at the holm in party affairs was made clear at the meeting of the State Democratic Committee Saturday. Recalling the further fact that Mr. Haly, at tho behest of his master, J. C. W. Beckham, succeeded in so disrupting tho party when last at the helm as to mnko inevitable the election of Augustus E. Willson, and reading in tho committee's action the decision to rescheme of making fish out of Louisville turn to the Beckham-IIal- y and fowl out of tho rest of the State, tho feeling of regret that Gov. McCreary should consent to ho dominated by inlluences of such sinister portent to Demociatic success is not less keen than is resentment natuial that the Democracy of the Fifth district, which did its duty so loyally in Gov. McCrcary's election, should again be singled out for discrimination to satisfy the grudge held against it by the party's wreckers. Mr. Ilaly was not in charge of tho campaign of 1907. Tho Demociatic ticket in the State went to defeat that year because the Democratic machine in Louisville, encouraged by the Ilaldeman newspapers, refused to support Mayor Bingham and brought out as a Democratic candidate for Mayor, a gentleman who promi&ed to open the saloons on Sunday if elected. The Demociatic party was wrecked that year by the treachery of tho Democratic machine in Louisville. A few voted to make "W. months later three Louisville Democrats, tho election of Mr. Beckham. O. Bradley Senator, in order to prevent Last year tho State fight was made by Mr. McCreary, Mr. Beckham, Mr. Mnyo, Mr. Ilaly and others. Without the aid of Ilaldeman newspapers they won the finest Democratic victory of thirty years. The real party wreckers are right hero in Louisville, and the Democrats of the State seem to he aware of the facts. ti I carry a complete stock of BUILDING MATERIAL Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed and Foundation Stone, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, Window and Door Framesand other Planing Mill work mado to order. "' ... , In writing of tho recent Picsidcntial duel tho Louisville Herald "Tho situation is one that must he regretted, and by none more than by those who, like The Herald, admire both men and hold them in honor for tho servico they have done tho people It is to bo regretted, equally because it creates an irrcparablo breach between distinguished public men, whose friendship was at ono time tenderly intimate, and because it is dividing tho party that each is seeking, with all sincerity, to servo. It is making victor for tho party more and more doubtful. It is opening tho way for a Democratic victory that may spell disaster for the country." Tho way for a Democratic victory is already opened, and the controversy only it. That the Demociatic victory will bo a di&astcr to tho broadens Republican party and not to the country as Tho Herald sees it. Taft-Kooseve- says: at tho lowest possible prices consistent with good ship and material, rtttiinMc vUIIirdtlb. uirpontonng, Concreting, T, . I'lascering, i Stone and Brick Work J workman-- J rainung, T Til . '.! Prices and estimates on application. MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Ky. lt tm'rhtmm mm i n I rBlTdl''aBnarn' rowHWN m&Wh lXs TCTB iwEwiwjmmmm if rare B l m H mi WmT ..fc. -- M . .i Stanley Brashear is n young man with backbone. Instead of going oil" to a city or town, ho has rented a farm Mrs. Skillman's place, near Irvington and will try his hand farming on his own hook this year. His teachings and experience, his love for the work particularly fits him for the place and we know ho will succeed. Where there is a will there is a wuy, and there is no better way than farming when you know how. Stanley is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear, of Fry mire, and is unmarried. This is not an advertisement for a wife for tho young man, but a well wishing notice of encouragement to his efforts. We need more ood farmers in this county, and it is as high a calling as any young man can engago in. 400-acr- e JmEMk-9&&- SHt vV IMM v i& L1 ?&&?& cvw&emen &w SS lx r- F"uen& U i&B Kk. V ft & n flk- W I 1 w Kl - """'? r- - x3 Ci .att sgcisfc. jhi-a'?t ' i wwmgi i.&!sw-zyji- i.i i:a :jEjf s&, ir-r- l " . t-? Mh 'ocaw v- ::;: 7 mi.. , in - in. .. - HAVE YOUR TJ'ILE CLEAR. llenninger,' who sold his farm recently, wns in the County Sam The damp, cold rains during tho last week have been rather disClerk's oflice Mondu looking up his title to make u deed. His land couraging to our farmers and business men. Still wo may congratuhad been conveyed to him by several parties He thought all his deeds late ourselves that we have escaped the dieadful cyclones that have had been recorded, but when his attorneys examined the records they gone all over the West and life as well as property. found ono deed did not apj oir on the records. When ho examined his own paper-- , he could not find it, .so he will be put to considerable Herbert Beard, Jesse K. Ekridgc and Amiel Oelzo wont to expen-- e and trouble to get the missing paper. This all comes from Frankfort last week and got the five per cent, raise on town lots in not having it recorded at the time it was made. County Clerk Beard this county released, for which all town folks are grateful. says there are many cases of tlii kind coming up in his ollice. The tbinr to do is to have a deed or mortgage or any other paper that reDon't forget to honor tho best mother who ever lived your own quires recoi'ding, to have it done at once and not hold it as Mi. llenby sending a little tribute to her for the News next week. It is very important to have your title clear ninger did in thii ca-dc.-troyed It is not tho lot of all of us to visit the beautiful and important cities of our country, but glad wo are that some of our own people have tho fortune to enjoy such oppoitunities and to share the pleasures of their visits with those back homo. This week wo are publishing a simple and sincere letter from Mrs. Walter J. Piggott, written from Atlantic City where sho and Mr. Piggott celebrated tho twenty-fift- h anniversary of their marriage. The excitement and glory of tho East pictured by her in the few words sho has sent will be uplifting and of a welcome natuio to our readers. We respectfully solicit tho accounts of tho women of this community. If your husband has not thought of putting money in the bank for you, and giving you a bank book, urge him to do so today. You can BUY" CHEAPER when you pay bills regularly with checks; you have a record of just what you spend and what you spend it for, and a legal receipt for every bill you pay; you'll economize; you'll be independent. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50000 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG Surplus $22,500 & TRUST CO., Resources $372,600 :: Hardinsburg, Ky. e. in this world as well as in the next. L Being Used Over The County. E. B. Mrs. A. B. Cashman was visiting relatives near Stephensport last week. D. B. Lawson was the guest of Miss Maggie Cart Sunday. ( IlOV Tt 11 I does tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company pay claims that no other company would pay? Because all tho values of tho policy begin with tho first year rs Dugan Severs was at home SaturBarbee, Of Stephensport, day. He is attending the Normal at Hardinsburg. And J. E. King, Experiment A. B. Uashman succeeded In killing And Expect Great Results. the hawk that has been carrying off his chickens for some time. B. "They're Off" Spring Race Meeting New Louisville Jockey Club May 11 to 28, 1912 RREDUCEDA i L., H. & St. L. R'y Tickets on sale daily May 10 to 28th inclusive cept May 12, 19 and 26. ex- VIA Barbee, of Stephensport, says s of an he is going to try He will put the gro.inu acre in alfalfa. in thorough order like he was fixing it for an onion bed. Then he will drill in it 200 pounds of slack lime and I pounds of fertilizer, and sow it in alfalfa. He got this idea from the farm train. Mr. Barbee has a small piece of land that was limed several years ago. He sowed this in wheat where the lime had been used and received doubte the amount of wheat that he got on the land where no lime was used. Mr. Barbee says that lime keeps sago brush from growing and he considers it most valuable to land for wheat. J. E. King and son, of Irvington, are using dynamite on their young orchard of three acres. The explosion of the dynamite loosons up the soil for many yards around, giving the tree roots a better opportunity to spread out than when the hole is dug by hand. E. three-fourth- Roy Bassett was m Frymire Sunday. Tobacco plants arc in line condition in this vicinity. Saxton Dutschke says there Is the finest prospect for a good apple crop ho has ever seen. The "Forty-twoClub was brilliantly entertained by Miss Francis Severs Saturday night. Mrs. A. N. McCoy was In Stephens-por- t shopping Saturday. Herbert Kroush is visiting relatives in Frymire. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Cashman and family visited relatives near Lodiburg the latter part of last week. Our Sunday School is increasing lately. If we can interest more boys we will have a swell Sunday School, Thanks for letter. Please sign name and we will send stamps and stationery Editor. " policy-holdealways satisfied with his policy ? YM H V al YV 11 I Because a policy 50 years ago has all tho values of the policy issued at tho present date, and because his dividends has been most satisfactory; and because ho has always folt a sense of security in having his insurance in this' corcpany. WHV YV 11 I are now policyholders satisfied with their policy? Because ho has a contract that is not duplicated by any other company; and because tho securities held by tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company are tho best to be had; and because tho tradition of tho Mutual Bonefit has been to give every policy-holde- r a "squake deal. INVESTIGATE OUR POLICY BEFORE MAKING AN APPLICATION INSURANCE FOR m -- i LIFE if m The Leading Annual Dividend Company Organized in 1845. q, v Harflinshiira. DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman AB.AEIUVH.jr L ii i 1 l Mrs. W. C. Brandon Dies At Earlintjton. UNION Mr. and Mrs. STAR DR. FLOYD GILL1ATT Graduate of Indiana Veterinary College Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist All stock treated for all diseases. Phono in both residence and office. Offico in Farmers' Bank Building. Get acquainted with my profession. All calls answered promptly. HARDINSBURG, KY. J ; 38th Kentucky Derby SATURDAY, MAY 11th norace McCoy moved Mudisouville, Ky., April 29. Mrs. W. C. Brandon, the wife of the Rev. to the John Henry Canary farm last W. C. Brandon, pastor of the M. E, weok. church, S)uth, at Earlington, Ky., died Dutschke and yesterday morning. She was e family were guests of relatives near years of age. The funeral was conLodlburg last week, ducted from the Earlingtou Methodist Miss Wilda Robertson was at home church yesterday evening. Saturday and Sunday, she is attending Her husband, the Rev. W, C. Brandthe normal nt Hardlnsburg. on, was once pastor in Louisville, havMiss Virginia Milncr is attending ing built the Marcus Lludsey Memorial church, Shelby and Main streets, High School at Hardinsburg. Mr. W. L. Robertson was in Louis- and a large number of friends of Louisville last week. He and C. W. and J.S, ville people will remember her. They Cart sold their tobacco at the Main have two sons, both young men filling prominent positions, Street House at good prices. Mr. and Mrs, Saxton fifty-fiv- Free Field For Further Information Ask The Agent Judge Waggoner for pensions under the recent act passed by the Leglsla ture: Richard S. Sklllman, Mrs. Robertson, Dr, John W. Sutton, I.J. The following old confederate W. Inlow Smith. have filed their applications before Cofederate Pensioners. Muck-enfu- ss, MCBifrh' il BEL'JB UShe Breckenridgo News. WEDNESDAY, MAY. iJS Sorgho Sunday. She was accompanied homo by her father. Mr. Ed. Hamblo-ton- . Brabandt, photographer, will be at Irvfngton, Monday, May 0. Goodman & Gray, of tlarned, shipped three car loads of hogs to Louisville Monday. An invitation dance will be given at Kivcr View Pavlliian Thursday night, May 2. 1, 1912 I Another Compliment Wa,rts. Lost I ftglW Many Necessary Items for PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE EiTBp.SfeoHlJ'IIl NEW YORK AND CHICAGO kRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Book and .Money book rontiilnlriBj2H In hllii 7th. TwoJIOObllM, tlireo0 bill 0110 ?5 bill and thrcojl bllK tux receipt nml some other papers. Will pny $50 for return of money nnil papers. John llltney, Victoria. Ky. 4 17 LOST-1'or- kct - Pocket SPRING GLEANING! Ml UTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Harry Hills and children, of Richmond, will return home this week after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Mary Oelzo. What Bro. Gotlrell Says: toll you what, this is the linc&t bakery in this pait WIIITD OAK TREES WMto Oak trees not IncludlcR tie 3(iO tlmlM-r- : from I to 1H mile from river Addtess W. S Ashby, Clovtrport, Ky.3.27-t- f TOR SALE will be found in this list A "uu "I For Sale 15 horse, power coil SALH A Watklns nvike. Instationery Om Knulno; Rood repair. llreckenrldgu News. Cloverport, Ky. $ 2.50 iFor Precinct and city Offices if 6.00 County Offices For $ 15.00 IFor State and District Offices 10 ?or Calls, per line 10 Cards, per Hue.. For (For All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Mrs. Foote has returned to her home near Irvington after spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Mrs. Mary Oelzc arrived homo last week from Richmond and has gone to in her residence in Sechouse-keeping Laundry Soap, Washing Powder, Old Dutch and Light House Sapolio, Household Ammonia, Concentrated and Ball Lye, 20 Mule Team Borax Powder and Chips, Wyandotte Washing Powder, Scrubbing Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Brooms, Mops, Feather SflnS.w; Your goods arc justfinc, just lincl You havo got Owensboro beat" of tho State. For Sale poKSALK-Deo- ds MortRauesand allklmli of legal blanks. IlrrckenridRo News, Cloverport, Ky. Cleaners, Bon Ami ond street. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn LOCAL BREVITIES I ria Duncan last week. Alfred Triplett and Miss Tilly and their two chlldron, were the guests of her aunt, Mrs Fltzslmuions of Evansvillc, Ma- I am yours as over for Health and Clean Service Oli- k Mrs. J. H. Wills has returned home from Louisville. The Cotton Blossom at the rlvor next londay, May 0. (Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Beavln returned l4trom Owensboro Sunday. Miss Florence Lewis has been ill, suffering from vaccination. C. H. Payne and wife, of Webster, were at Irvington last week. W. C. Haswell has changed his address to 745O Princeton Ave., Chicago, 111. Mrs. Will Withers, of Kirk, will ar. rive this week to visit Mrs. Ben Ridge-wayRev. H. E. Jarboe, attended the commencement at of Stephensport, Kings-woo- d. Mrs. Benton Ireland, of Skillman, was the guest of Mrs. Leon McGavock last week. Mrs. Thos. Lyddan, of Webster, visited in Brandenburg and Louisville last week. Mrs. Fred Thurman, of Custer, was visiting her mother, Mrs. Wat Jarboe, last week. More 'fun than a circus "One Girl In A Thousand" the new play on the Cotton Blossom. Mrs. Fred Fraize has returned home from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, of Versailles. Miss Lena Adklsson and A. C. Bash-am, of Mystic, were in Irvington Monday shopping.' J. G. Frymire has changed his address from Frsnso, Cal . to 1533 N. I. Henry Davis left with his family for Irvington Monday, where ho has purchased a farm. Mr. Davis sold his property here to Mr. Shelby Tucker, of West View. Mr. and Mrs. P. 11. Payne and son and Mrs. Jas Knott spent Sunday the guests of their father, W. G. Payne. Now is the time to get rid of your Lee Pilo and Roy McCoy made rheumatism. You can do it by apply- a business trip to Ilardinsburg ing Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging the parts freely at each application. For sale by All dealers. ver, of Custer, were married Tuesday, April 23 at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sudie Oliver. C. Brabandt, the photographer, wil' be at his studio here all this week. Have the picture of your home made while the leaves are fresh and pretty and the yard is clean. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Compton and two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Morcdock and Miss Hester Compton, of Owensboro, went to Detroit, Mich., Saturday to visit their sons. A. Wallace Babbage has returned to Pinoville from Washington, D. C, where he completed a term of law study. Mr. Babbage has his former position as secretary to Mr. Logan, one of the best lawyers of the south. William Preston, formerly a grocery man of this city, died at his home in the country last Thursday. He leaves a wife and several children. Mr. Preston was almost blind and was very deaf. His death was a relief to him as his sullering was intense. 0 EGGS, EGGS Guaranteed chicks, true to breed and color from each setting of 15 eggs purchased from 9 liTt Wo guarantee us. SMART Dusters, Carpet, Matting, Tacks. LET US SUPPLY THEM. BROS,, : Cloverport, Ky. tended church hero Sunday and wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crumes. Bruce and James Moorman spent Sunday evening in Ilardins-bunr- . J. SIGNS, SIGNS 0 C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. m Attractive Signs 0 Bank and Oilico Lettering. Gold leaf work a specialty. Alabastino work, stenciling curtains, etc. 'Phone, or S-- Y 'i en-d- Neat Signs Saturday. Libon E. Smith, c,"porl I . Poor appetite is a sure sign of imIn Memory Of A Sister. A few doses of paired digestion. Champerlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your digestion A year has passed since you and I wore and improve your appetite. Thousands parted. have been benefited by taking these A year of tears, of sorrow and of woe, Mr. Goodman, of West View, Tablets. Sold by All Dealers. And yet we linger, sad and broken hearted; was the guest last week of V. II. Our heads still bowed beneath that Goodman. awful blow. MOOLEYVILLE. We cannot see the sun in all its sp. Mrs. Florence Pile and daugh. ter, iMiss Mae, wont to Garfield Lee Cunningham who was the guest The spring birds bring no joy to us. A dear sister to me was very tender, Thursday. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cun- We know no hope, no joy while lacking thee. St., Tulare, Cal. Cyrus Moorman and Willie ningham, last week, returned to LouisThis long and lonesome year, oh, how ville Sunday. BlosDon't fail to attend the Cotton SatBasham were at Ilardinsburg we havo missed her; Dr. H. N. Basham, of Curdsville, wes Friends may think the wound is healed som this season at the wharf next urday.in town Wednesday the guest of his But little do they know the sorrow that Monday, May 6. lies within our hearts concealed. Miss Mae Pile had as her week nephew, C. H. Elder. beauty for all of Hats of grace and And 'tis with an aching heart Ed. Shellman returned home from That we recall that sad and lonely spring and summer's requirements at end guests Misses Ora and Nora day, Franklin Black and Miss Millner, Louisville Thursday. Miss Evelyn Hick's. from .Eugene Russell, of Morganfield, and When the Lord tookdays. us a sister In Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller and son of Ephesus. the best of her Mi&s Malissa Speak, of this place, were And had you have moved into the residence of Jas. ask me, well know Mi&s Nannie Beauchamp was united in marriage Sunday April 21, at We would havo said, oh, God spare us Younger in High Street, the guest of Mrs. Ben Ilarper twelve o'clock at St. Teresa's church, the bio '. The best selection of styles and Yes with streaming eyes, wo would Rev. Father Ryan officiating. They wotkmanship are shown in Saturday. have prayed; Robt. Weatherford is on the will leave Thursday to make their home Oh, "Lord" we loved her, let her stay. Cordrey's millinery. Mrs. Their many friends This world is full of sorrow, full of in Morganfield. See the Smukler Sisters, dainty sing- sick list. trouble and of pain, extend congratulations. ers and dancers, with the Cotton BlosYet to us it would be heaven if Mattie Bro. T. It. Roberts, of West Miss Susie O'Bryan and Miss Mae was only with us again. som this season. View, preached two interesting Elder spent Sunday with Mrs. Julia In love she lived, in peace she died; Fred Fraize has returned home from Her life was asked, but God denied. We O'Bryan. Cincinnati where he spent last week sermons at this placo Sunday. A precious ono from us is gone. welcome Bro. Roberts to our Mr. Lee Egart left Tuesday to accept A voice we loved is stilled. buying spring goods. a position on the Str. Tarascon as car- A vacant chair is in our home Mrs. John Lawson and son, John Ar- town. That never can be filled. penter. thur, have returned from a visit to Miss Virginia Payne was in Several from here attended the funer- What she was to us in life we know, now she is gone; relatives In Louisville. Ilardinsburg shopping Saturday. al of Mr. Embert Brown, of Concordia, Oft from that hearts comes a bitter cry, our at Flint Island Thursday. T. H. Chancellor, of Tar Fork, was Why, oh why, did our dear sister die? Lina Mcador, of Kingswood, Eddie Bennett Frymire, of Chenault, To father she would say: a delegate to the Louisville meeting of was in town Wednesday. was hero Saturdaj All is well with me father, oh, dry up the Knights of Columbia. thy tears; Alouise Egart, of Detroit, Mich., is C. L. Bruington and family at- visiting his mother, Mrs. George Egart. The heart of thy child Is not saddened Mrs. Chas. Llghtfoot returned from by fears. Lawrence Muttingly is the guest of his brother, Ed. Mattingly, this week, By faith in my Saviour, my sorrows all and will return to his home in Louis- Andilee, rejoice the redemption was purville Sunday. chased for me. To mother: Dates When Democrats Oh, grieve not dear mother, it's well with thy child, Will Choose Delegates. God gave me, He takes me, his aro mild; April 29 He views with compassion my pathColorado (convention).... way of care, April 30 Florida (primary) April 30 He sees my affliction and answers my Massachusetts (primary) prayer. April 3O Delaware (convention) Mrs. Charlie Avltt. May J Georgia (primary) May 1 Connecticut (convention) For a mild, easy action of the bowels, May 11 try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative California (primary) Cloverport At May 11 23c at all stores. Utah (convention) May Is Michigan (convention May 16 Maryland (convention) TOBINSPORT May 10 Iowa (convention) May 21 S. Carolina (convention) May 22 Ohio (primary) Presenting the Classy, Four Act Comedy Drama Shirley S. England, who has been May 23 Virginia (convention) May 28 visiting his grandmother, Mrs, Abe New Jersey (primary) May 28 Finch, returned to Evansvillc the latTexas (convention) May 29 ter part of last week. Georgia (convention) Miss Ethel Suddarth has gone to In. May 3I Island (primary) Rhode South Dakota (primary) June 4 dlanapolls where she has a position. Vaudovillo Acts as an added Attraction With 5 High-clas- s Ohio (convention) A very heavy rain storm, with wind Juno 4 Bettor than a Circus and Guaranteed Under the l'uro W. Virginia (convention) June 6 and hail passed over this section FriFun and Laugh Act. Minnesota (convention) June 0 day evening, which will make the farmers late in plowing for their corn 1 1 high-clas- s r3Z&i s ..... Jirags;oaffla:sa. vaasaisxiiaxsr imgrgOTgE,Mgfis am:, t NOBODY'S DOLLARS Aio any belter than )ouis, or will le any bank more carefully caied for in this This, is YOUR bank everybody's bank, and its splendid facilities are at the command of every depositor, bo his balance largo or small. time-savini- r, btisine-s-pio-inotin- sr iVhy not come in and talk it over "Now is the time! J - THE FARA1ERS BANK, x Ilardinsburg, Ky. WKMmmammammmwmmmmmMmmmmm s Wait For The Real Big Showf) EMERSON'S BEAUTIFUL chabt-enln- gs IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD 9 Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with les effort; want your baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family I COTTON the BLOSSOM wharf Monday Night, May 6th "One Girl in a Thousand" Then Use Lewisport Best Flour Tt will do all this and more. anteed Every sack guar- LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky Jhe Show Boat That Always Pleases bo Known as tho Bost WANTED WOOL HtMftaMMMMIMm Enlarged His Name. crops. It is bettor to Rather than the Largest rflfrh fnr the Street Parade Hear the Rand V Jim Wincheil has resigned his posi"When I was a tiny little boy with ringlets," said the man with little hair, tion as night fireman at the shops of Cloverport. "they used to call me Archie." suppose now they call you ArchN "I Chas. Boultinghouse, pf Tell City, bald," Christian Register. returned home Saturday. HIQHEST MARKET PRICE JEFF D. OWEN, Glen Dean, Ky. u : ff fDOSEAffilll a i - f i " I RUPERT BUQEBS NOVELIZED PROM THE COMEDY OF TflE SAME t mc luu 71 1 svii w m tomorrow, and will observe the day quietly at their home. There will be no celebration of any kind, but Mr. Montgomery savs hejs planning a big one on the event of his colden weddlne. Elizabethtown News. CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Dnptlit Church naptlit gUDdny School. fl:30 n, m, O. B. Aieeting-Wedncsdn- M JlS CHAPTER III. Chicago ! mni. T i i T OK n jj,, M.K.FL.V CO. A Woman I $3.50 Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. Louisville IN THE COUNTY COURT i.iKiitiuui, cupcrimundenu iTnycr m. HnptlH Aid Society-Societmeets Monday nf tcr Second Sunday, every month, Mrs. A. n. Sklllman, President, rrmclilni? every Second and Pourth Sunday, Iter. E. O. Cottroll, Pnstor. THE PLAY AS PRODUCED PHOTOGiAPHS In Darkest Chicago. The castaways rrom the wrecked taxlcab hurried along the doleful Btrcet. Both of them knew their Chicago, but this part of It was not their They bailed n pedestrian, to nsk whero the nearest street car lino might be, and whither It might run. Ho answered Indistinctly trom a discreet distance, as be hastened away. Perhaps ho thought their question merely a footpad's Introduction to a sandbagging episode. In Chicago at night one never knows. "As near as I can make out what he said, Mnrjorie," the lieutenant pon-tiered aloud, "wo walk straight ahead till we come to Umptyump Btreet, and there we find n Harara car that will take us to Hloptyblop avenue. never heard of any such streets, did you?" "Never," she panted, as she alongside bis military pace. "Let's take the first car wo meet, and perhaps the conductor can put us off at the street where tho minister lives." "Perhaps." There was not much confidence In that "perhaps." When they reached tho street, they found two tracks, but nothing occupying them, ns far as they could peer either way. A small shopkeeper in a tiny shop proved to bo a delicatessen merchant so busily celling foreign horrors to aliens, that they learned nothing from him. they At length, In the made out a headlight, and heard tho grind and squeal of a car. Lieutenant Mallory waited for it, watch in hand. Ho boosted Marjorie-- s elbow aboard and bombarded the conductor with questions. But the conductor had no more heard of their street than they bad of his. Their agitation did not disturb his stoic calm, hut he Invited them to como along to tho next crossing, where they could find another car and moro lenrned conductors; or, what promised better, perhaps a cab. lie throw Marjorle into a panic by ordering her to jettison Snoozleums, but the lieutenant bought bis soul for a small price, and overlooked the fact that he did not ring up their lares Tho young couple squeezed into a scat and talked anxiously in sharp whispers. "Wouldn't it be terrible, Harry, ir, just as we got to the minister's, wo should find papa there ahead of us, waiting to forbid the bands, or whatever it is? Wouldn't "it bo just terrible?" "Yes, it would, honey, but it doesn't seem probable. There aro thousands of ministers in Chicago. Ho could never llnd ours. Fact Is, L doubt if we find him ourselves." Her clutch tightened till he would have winced, if he had not been a soldier. "What do you mean, Harry?" "Well, in the first place, honey, look what time it is. Hardly moro than lime to get tho train, to say nothing of hunting for that preacher and standing up through a long rigmarole." "Why, Harry Mallory, aro you getting ready to jilt mo?" "Indeed I'm not not for worlds, honey, but I've got to get that train, haven't I?" "finuidn't you wait over one trai- n1 Jog-trotte- d street-carre- d far-awa- mHHmmi& 4? 3LSF3t'-&JPJ- Just one tiny little trnln?" "My own, own honey love, you know It's impossible! You must remember that I've already waited over three trains while you tried to mako up your mind." "And you must remember, darling, that It's no easy matter for a girl to decide to sneak away from homo and bo married secretly, and go all tho way out to that hideous Manila with no trousseau and no wedding presents and no anything." "I know it Isn't, and I waited patiently while you got up tho courage. But now there nre no moro trains. 1 Bhudder to think of this train being late. We'ro not due in San Francisco till Thursday evening, and my transport sails at sunrise Friday morning. Oh, Lord, what if I should miss that transport! What If I should!" "What If we should miss tho minister?" "It begins to look a great deal like it." "But, Harry, you wouldn't desert me now abandon me to my fate?" the car waited patiently. But eventu"Well, It isn't exactly liko abandon- ally the conductor put his head In and ment, seeing that you could go home drawled: "Hay! Here's where you get oft to your father and mother in a " at." They hastened to debark and found She stared at him in horror. "So you don't want mo for your themselves in a narrow, gaudily-lighteregion where they saw a lordly wife! Youvu changed your mind! a profound scholYou're tired of me already! Only an hour together, and you're sick of your ar in Chicago streets. He informed bargain! You're anxious to get rid or them that the minister's street lay me! You" far back along the path they had "Oh, honey, I want you more than come; they should have taken a car anything else on earth, but I'm a in tho opposite direction, transferred soldier, dearie, a mere lieutenant in nt some remote center, descended at street, walked three the regular army, and I'm the slave some unheard-oof the government. I've gone through blocks one way and four another, and West Point, and they won't let mo re- there they would have been. Mallory looked at his watch, and sign respectably and If I did, we'd starve. They wouldn't accept my Marjorle's hopes dropped like a or ho grimly resignation, but they'd be willing to wrecked aeroplane, courtmartiai me and dismiss me trom asked how long it would take them to the service in disgrace. Then you reach the railroad station. "Well, you'd ought to make it in wouldn't want to marry me and i shouldn't have any way of supporting forty minutes," the transfer agent you if you did. 1 only know one said and added, cynically, "if tho car makes schedule." trade, and that's soldiering." "Good Lord, the train starts In "Don't call it a trade, beloved, it's tho noblest prolesslon in all the twenty minutes!" "Well, I tell you take this, hero world, and you're the noblest soldier tlwt ever was, and in a year or two green car to Wextord avenoo there's you'll be the biggest general in the usually a taxlcab or two standln' army." there." Ho could not afford to shatter such "Thank you. Hop on, Marjorle." Marjorle hopped on, and they sat a devout illusion or quench the light of faith In those beloved and loving down, Mallory with eyes and thoughts eyes He tacitly admitted his ability on nothing but tho watch ho kept in to bo promoted commander-in-chie- f In his hand a year or two. He allowed that glitDuring this tense Journey the girl tering possibility to remain, used it perfected her soul with graceiul martyrdom. as n basis lor argument. "I'll go to the train with you, Har"Then, dearest, you must help me ry, and then you can send me home to do my duty." She clasped his upper arm as if it in a taxlcab." Her nether Up trembled and her were an altar and she an Iphlgenla about to bo sacriilced to save the eyes were filmed, but they were brave, army. And she murmured with utter and her voice was so tender that it wooed his mind from his watch. He heroism: "I will! Do what you liko with gazed at her, and found her so dear, bo devoted and so pitifully exquisite, me!" Ho squeezed her hand between his that be was almost overcome by an biceps and his ribs and accepted the impulse to gather her Into his arms offering in a look drenched with grat- there and then, indifferent to the imf mediate passengers or to his itude. Then he said, "We'll see how much time we have military superiors. An hour ago they when wo got to whatever the name were young lovers in all the lilt and of that street is." thrill of elopement. She had clung to Tho car Jolted and walled on Us him in the gloaming of their taxlcab, way like an old drifting rocking as it sped like a genie at their whim chair. The motorman was in no hur- to the place where the minister ry. The passengers seemed to have would unite their hands and raise his no occasion for haste. Somebody got own in blessing. Thence the new on or got off at almost every corner, husband would have carried the new and reused for conversation while wlfo away, his very own, soul ana body, duty and beauty. Then, ah, then in their minds tho future was an unwanlng honeymoon, tho Journey across the continent, a stroll along a lover's lane, tho Pacillc ocean a garden lake, and tho Philippines a chain of Fortunato Isles decreed especially for their Eden. And then tho taxi-caencountered a lamppost. They thought they had merely wrecked a mmmmmF. dmmmmmmm motor car and lo, they had wrecked a Paradise, Tho railroad ceased to bo a lover's lane and became a lingering torment; tho ocean was a weltering Sahara, and tho Philippines a Dry Tortugas taxi-cab.d Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 transfer-distributo- r, f their language would have lacked savor, too. Perhaps young Mr. Montague and young Miss Capulet, instead of walling, "No, that is not the lark whose notes do beat the vaulty heaven so high above our heads," would have done no better than Mr. Mallory and Miss Newton. In any case, tho best these two could squeeze out was: "It's Just too bad, honey." "But I guess it can't bo helped, dear." "It's a mean old world, Isn't it?" "Awful!" And then they must pile out into the street again bo lost in woe that they did not know how they were trampled or elbowed. Marjorle's despair was so complete that it paralyzed instinct. She forgot Snoozleums! A thoughtful passenger ran out and tossed the basket into Mallory's arms even as tho car moved off. Fortune relented a moment and they found a taxlcab waiting whero they had expected to find it. Once more they were cosy in the flying twilight, but their grief was their only baggage, and the clasp of their hands talked all the talk there was. Anxiety within anxiety tormented them and they feared another wreck. But as they swooped down upon the tower clock station, a beamed the reassurance that they had three minutes to spare. The taxlcab drew up and halted, but they did not get out. They wero fervidly and nukissing merously, while a grinning station-porte- r winked at the winking chaur-feukind-taced street car instead oi u Veronese oai-con- The will of G. W. Heard was probated. Tho Bank of Jlurdins-bur& Trust Co. is made Executor. Ho sets asido tho sum of $7, 000 tho interest on fame to bo paid to his fcon, "William, in installments of S15 p'cr month. At his death tho sum is to bo divided between his daughters, Anita and Ada. His homo in Ilardinsburp is left in trust to his wife as lonp as she lives. All tho balanco of his estate is left to his wife and daughter, Mrs. Blanch I?eid. Tho will of Chester Beavin was probated Ho leaves to his children $10 each. His real estate and a 1,000 lifo policy ho leaves to his wife, who is niado executrix without bond. The will of E. D. Legrand was probated. All of his estate, real and personal, is beoueathed to Henry Dowell. TTfinrw rinlfnn nml nfrlinva nnil J. jM. Rhodes petition for new roacis. ias. o. Junius petitions lor a change of roads. Jesse K. Eskridge, administrator of tho estate of Clara L.Beard, filed settlement in full of said esp flethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School, 0:30n. m. Ira D. Dclicn, Superintendent. 1'rcaclilnK every Mindny nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Krank Lewft rmtor. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. tn. Epworth Lprruc. regular forvlceHunday fWS p, mi business meeting (lrst Tuesday night each month. Mlis Margarito Itum, President. Ladles' Aid Society meets first Monday each month Mrs. Forrest Mghtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society mpcts. Second Sunday In every month, Mrs. Virgil Ilnhbagp, President. Choir practice Friday night 7:20, A. II. Murray. Director. Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School 0:45 a. m. Conrad Sluut-lSuperintendent. Prcuchlng every Third Sunday, Kev. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetltg Tuesday, 7:30p. m. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Sunday every month, Mrs Chas. Satterfleld, President. , Catholic Church First Sunday of each month, Mbrs. Sermon, nnd Ilencdlctlon, 0:00 a. m., other threo Sundays at a. m. On week days Mass nt 7:00' n. m. Catechetical Instruction for tho children on Saturdays at 8:30 a. m., and on Sundays at 9:30 a. m. nnd 2:30 d. m. . 10-1- DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist OVER Cloverport, Ky. tate. A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men 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 isltwo month's treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. If ijmrra Anyone aendlng a nketeti and description mar miloklr jucertaln our onlnlon free whether aii Invention Is probably patentable, l. HANDBOOK on Putenu Oldest agency for securing patents. ratenta taken tnrouKb Slunn & Co. recelre tptcial notice, without charge, In the I Commnnlca-:tlTcontIdentla- 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weekly. T.arecst circulation of any aclentlUo Journal. Terms, f 3 a year: four months, IL. Bold by all newsdealers. A MUNN&Co.3G,BdOT'. Urancb Office, C25 F SU Washington.. New York C. The Telephone Girl COMMISSIONER Should Tell- -? 'S 1 SALE The Telephone Girl sits still in her chair, And listens to voices from everywhere. She knows who is happy, and who has the blues, And the kind of language that we all use, Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. She knows our sorrows she knows our joys, She knows every girl .that is chasing the boys. She knows our troubles, she knows our strife, She knows every man is mean to his wife. She knows every'time we are out with the boys, She hears the excuses each fellow employs. good-bye- r. matter-of-factl- far-of- Marjorle simply could not have done with farewells. "I'll go to tho gate with you," she said. He told the chauffeur to wait and tako tho young lady home. The lieutenant looked so honest and the girl the chauffeur simply bo sad that touched his cap, though It was not his custom to allow strange fares to vanish into crowded stations, leaving behind nothing more negotiable than instructions to wait. To be continued She knows every woman who has a past, She knows every man who is inclined to be fast. a secret 'neath each In fact, there-saucy curl, Of the quite, demure little Telephone G'rl. s If the Telephone Girl should tell all she Married Forty-Tw- o Years. knows, It would turn half our friends into terest foes, bit- Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery She could sow a small wind will have been married forty-tw- o years soon be a gale, that would For Women Who Care Of course you use an antiseptic in your family and in the care of your own person, and you want the best. Instead of what you have been using such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or peroxide, won't you please try Paxtlne, a concentrated autlsoptie powder to bo dissolved in water as needed. Paxtino is moro economical, moro cleansing, moro germicidal and more healing than anything you ever used. Swamp us with troubles and land us in jail. She would turn loose a story, that gaining in force, Would cause half our wives to sue, for divorce; She would get all the churches mixed up in a fight, And turn all our days into sorrowing nights. She could keep the whole town in a terrible stew, of all that she If she'd tell one-tenth b of cxilo. I BHVHWwr'MBvt v l " HKiJTinffBwWiWr & mmmma t THE PORTER FELL ON ONE KNEE AND GOT TO WORK. Mallory realized for tho llrst tlmo what heavy burdens ho had taken on with his Bhoulder straps; what a dismal lifo of restrictions and hardships an officer's lifo lu hound to be. It was hard to obey tho soulless machinery of discipline, to bo a slave. He felt all tho hot, quick resentment that turns a faithful soldier into a deserter. But It takes tlmo to ovolvo a deserter, and Mallory had only twenty minutes. Tho handcuffs and legirons of discipline hobbled him. Ho was only a llttlo cog in. a great clock, and tho other wheels were Impinging on him and revolving In splto of himself. seats where In tho they wero Jostled and stared at, tho Boldier could not oven attempt to explain to hla fascinated brldo tho war of motives in his breast. Ho could not volco the passionate rebellion her beauty had whipped up in his soul. Perhaps If Romeo and Juliet had been 'Tti- to jay. t arewejl on a Chicago brass-buttoned ANTISEPTIC um knew. Now, doesn't it set your brain in a close-packe- d In tho toilet to cleanse and whiten tho teeth, removo tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease, germs, and purify tho breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridgework clean and odorless. To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify tlio breath after smoking. To eradicate persDira-tlo- n odors by sponge bathing. As a medicinal agent for local treatment of feminine ills where pelvic catarrh, inflammation and ulccrution exist, nothing equals hot douches of Paxtino. For ten years tho Lydla E. Pinkham Med. Co. lias been regularly advising their patients to uso it because of Its extraordinary cleansing, healing and germicidal power. For this purpose alone Paxtino is worth its weight In golcL Also for nasal catarrh, core throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds. All druggists, 23 and 50 cents a box. Trial box and testimony of 31 THE PAXTON TOILET CO., whirl, When you think what you owe tho Telephone Girl. J. Benjamin Misere. Ft. Worth, Texas. In The Woodford Sun. rendered at February Term thereof, 1912, in the above cause, for" the sum of 450 with interest from January 1st 10()S less $75 credit. Paid January 1st 1008, f 00; paid Dec. I4, 100S, SI4.O6; paid Dec 4th, I9OI). also for two other nOteS Of S100 e.lfh. nn. nnta nn.roViti. R. S. Bandy for the sum of 100. Interest from January 1, 1910 and one other note of 100 payable to Waller Conner. Interest from January 1st 1910, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the e door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, ta Public Auction, on Monday, the 13th day of May 1912, at one o'clock, P. M.. or thereabout (being Circuit Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A certain tract of land lying and being in Breckenridge county, State of Kentucky on the waters of Sinking Creek and bounded as follows: Begin-in- g at a stone the most eastern corner, thence N. 11 W. 14 poles to a stone 3 line E. 6 poles; thence N. 74 W. 58 poles to a stone; thence N. O9 W. 40 poles to a stone Will Cannon's line; thence with the same S. 25 W. 84 poles to a stone on a rocky point; thence S. E. 14 to a stone in Norton's line; thence N. 48 E. 18 poles to a rock pile; N. 84 E. 31 poles to a sassafras; thence S. 48 E. iQ nnlpQ tn n Gtnnn nn o nlll side; thence N. 48, E. 07 to the begin- lne COntalntne sa aprps nnri i9. rnW Second tract in the county and state as first tract. It belncr Ihn snmo Innrl nllntf- ed to Jordan Hall inthecase ot Richard xa. nan against Jordan Hall in equity in Breckinridge county court, May term 1903. Said land is described as follows, Beginning at a stone with pointers running thence N. 4s E. 48 Doles to a stone? tViinn hw nnroo. ment N. 12 W. 55 poles to a sas- sairas pointers thence 5. W, W. 59 Doles to a stone nnd rnrl nnlr thnnnn S 48 E. 29 poles to the beginning containing by survey 10 2.9 acres, or sufficient uicrcui iu prouuee tne sums ot money so Ordered to be made. Vor thft niirlincn price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until nald. and hnvlno-- tho fnma, and effect of a judgement. Lein re- taineu to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost Couit-Housto-wi- Jlellvillo Sprlncate, IMulntlir. Enuity J. Aeainst jf0. Jt Lloyd Basliiim und others, Def. j S. 3321, By virture of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court , ; t: rS A 1 to-wi- t: 7-- 721.65. Lee Walls, Commissioner, i Subscribe Change Address. "Cat Meat" Monoy Spent For Spring Improvements Miller & Black have just recently cleaned up and freshly painted their meat shop. The expense of their Improvements was met by the money the t customers paid for the meat for their cats, nearly all of it was In pennies. The plan was made by Mr. Herbert Moorman and will be car ried out this year again. Mr. Moorman has given up his job at the meat mark-- , et and has tne caller's place at tne u, they-bough- women free on request, - Boton,Mai. Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed one dollar, for which please renew my subscription to the News, as we do not wish to miss a copy. Also change our address to I4O3 Converse Ave. Best wishes to you and yours. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham. H, Springfield, 111. & St. L. shope, m SHADE rar.r TREES PRESERVE ROAD clnsllclty or tno ronn snrcnce. road Is Is no danger of mud If tho In I i writer deprecates the misdirected acFormerly ho had the right. If she dis- PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. tivity of the average selectman nnd REINFORCED FISH DISHES. obeyed, to silt her nose. This barWo recommend the following properties ns being productive tr, advocates the plnntlng of shade trees barous custom has been abrogated. nnd fair in price, tnnn tnoir removal, asserting rather By Martha McCulloch Williams. Tho husband now has other means to that they nre n help to the roads. Fish Is cspeclnlly good for compel obedience to his will. The DO YOU WANT TO SELL your form or business? IF "Perhaps no other agency," he says, through supplying phosphor- Princess Xcnln Galltzln hns Just had YOU WANT CASH for your property, send price nnd description so much to tho deso- "Iirs contributed us, of which tho brain stands always proof of this. Tho prince Inspired her nt onconnd let u show you how we bring buyer and seller together. In need to repair Its own wnsto. But with moro than antipathy. Sho told ..tetlou of nnturnlly beautiful districts This department U conducted solely for the purpose of ennbling in New England as what is in up where fish coraos frequently to tablo him so nnd announced that sho was buyers and sellers of farm or buMiics-- . properties to mnkc quick sales! country parlance cnlled tho It ought to havo tho rolnforcemont of going to quit him. "Wo shall see," Ho Is n big man In his town nitrogenous substances, such as milk snld tho prince, with n smile. and, with his brothers on the board, and eggs. Thero nro somo fish dishes from Khnrkov, where ho Ho adaptbd to lived, wontKourgan. which Is In tho controls tho finances, schools, roads which aro particularly to The Hrcckcnriilgp News has n customer for n small, well paper bag cooking. Beforo undertakand nil matters of town government of SIbcrln. nnd by letter Invited farm, good Unci near a good school; possession Jit once; $2,000 to and Improvement. ing thom It Is well to hnvo In hand heart his wife to Join him. She refused. Ho sundry paper soufflo cases. Though "Ills one great achievement while In 5,000 cash to pay. by paper then cnused her to bo nrrestcd on shndo offlco is to cut down nil tho tho fish aro to bo cooked In tho police nnd brought to him iiiriiimignm a trees or whatever might grow to uo bags, a la Soyer, tho cases make tho foot m houses, harn; with n convoy of convicts, bo Lo No. 2 10J acres 3 miT nuio m ruliroiiil, of Ivlrk. livro tobu-c- school, 2i miles South nlong tho roads. He, ns n DISCOVERS A WAY s amino; t)i,o easier, and tho rrom hi'Iiou cooking somewhat shado trees M mllo from iiour well Crl do Paris relates. She had to sub- house. springs near barn; on Kunilltouic. watered. 2 sightly. rule, knows nothing of road building. TO PREVENT HAIL serving very much, moro require no mit to ninny indignities, slept on tho 10S ucri's mllu from i:Unm. .Meule But rissoles or patties and. believing that tho only way to exposed to tho most No. 3 I'ountv: H mile of miluli: sclmnl. i No 14 ,,,. ""fs, 100 level; nil can bo got rid of wnter Is to dry it up instead cases. Fish pudding and fish custard hard ground, wns mile itrudrd cood liuul .cultivated; J good dwellings; S ,'i perishfeed barns, bh? tobicco of constructing his road of mnterlal French Physician's Device a Great can bo cooked and served beautifully Inclement weather nnd almost l lion's arNn 7 kdoiI level mile South of ItoeUviile, bample. Kasj terms. barn; 3 miles from sho at last luiiil, l room dwelling i In shells of pastry, baked In a mold, ed with hunger. When Benefit to Farmers. prlnco tenant house nml necessary outhullillnirs. then taken out, filled and slid Into a rived sho was received by tho School house nml church In :iiX) yards, l'ricu Nn I 5 !75 acru'' u,11 l'"t of Olen paper bag. All the dishes requlro with exquisite politeness and asked If jl.lfiO cash. S,coo(l. strong llmo soil, watered by wells and springs, on stone the lesson wns sulllclent. good dwell-,,Q from Tho Comto do Benuchamp, a distin- cooked fish, either baked or boiled. n u 74 acres. 3 miles rooms Kirlt. porch. county road, near good school and churches. ltiKlKntory nno New tobacco barn cost Jl, 200, 3 stock barns, guished Paris physician, Is hailed as You can do either In tho paper hag. Kood well, small tumint house, Koodbuinund good tenant houses, fine clover und grass The Changing Map of tho World. and stnlilo. tiood orchard. ono of tho greatest benefactors of agri- For boiling, put In with tho cleaned land. I'rlco ft), 100. tho Mf-We nre Inclined to think that seal tho 100 acres In one anil culture that Franco has ever known fish a tumbler of water, ITU. O acres In tho oUeT(lU owing to his discovery of nu effica- greased bag, and cook In a hot oven world Is changing very slowly. But cated x 124 from llardlnslHirjr; 100acres lo- 3 N(1 I C l?4 acres located mllu north of mllu acres remaps tell a different story. Tho idle!) from Warned ; H tnllo of Klntfswood MeQuady. I'rlco tt.OOO. H cash tho fifteen to twenty minutes. Baking cious hail destroyer. balance In yearly payments. ago tho count discovered quires less water and about tho samo 1012 world maps will look materially college. Some time different from those of 1911. nnd when No. 10 l!2acres located on the railroad thnt hail cannot form when there Is tlmo In tho oven. 1 '"cited M mllu irnod barn 7 ?:?.llcrcsone of tho nenr Irvlngton For fish custard, freo tho cooked ono conies to compare the one of 1010 and crib, reasonably from Webster, well water- - Nn This Is no electricity In the nlr. In tho courso best farms In good house; high stato of cultivation skin and bone, cut up, with that which will mark the close (I, outlet on every side. Portion of 11. L that section. Under orchard; well of n long series of experiments, in fish from all well Improved; good Kurtz farm, i'rlco $3,000. an Ideal place. I'rlco ilO.000; U cash,watered; which ho was assisted by General Do but not too small, and season to tnsto of 1915 it will probably be foupd that balance perfected an Instru- with salt and black and red pepper tho changes nre marvelous. This year IMr 19 l acres, good and lovcl land, on easy payments. Nogrier, ho has good barn; all land well ment llko a lightning conductor with a grato of nutmeg If desired. Lay wo see the Moslem, as a ruler, ex- located; 3 miles from Irvtngton. cleared,f3,300 I'rlco Nn 18 r'O acres 4 miles from Hardlns- ntmosphero of any without packing in a buttered souffle pelled from north Afrlcn as the Italwhich drains tho ; ono of the best farms in tho county. Nn cover with a custard thus ian map tint covers Tripoli. Franco liu. i "2 --V) acres lying In n valley; 6 Trice caso and electricity with which it Is charged. J roomdwelllngandhall;3tenant kiurJ fe if? J, - & " For somo time past this hall destroy proportioned: Beat two whole eggs nnd Spain now control Morocco. Egypt er has been working with success in and ono extra yolk very light, add a hns finally, to all practical purposes, C ilu acres, - miles from Uuston, 2f miles from Irvlngton; well t ,icrs four rural districts formerly particularly pint of sweet milk and a pinch of salt. become as thoroughly British "red" watered ; lays3 well; good youngorciiard; good $2,000 ?r of ' P'endcanu. 3 branch subject to hailstorms, which, It is esti- Beat all well together. Put tho caso on the maps as Algiers has been timber j on rural route '.school housufuw yards railroad; all fresh land; 100miles from cultivaf &&' sl y W' X t v v. V acres In fro-but In a bag, which bouso; Improvements; good four In tion; iW-Aproduce the best 'f V cy C?; T mated, cost tho farmers and fruit greasing, seal and will need very llttlo French "blue." Now tho Indications dwelling with kitchen on back porch: room corn, 50 acresandgrass; will In neighborhood: modtobacco set In a country not less than "yellow" will good turns; Iwrn and tenont house and two plentywheat water, well ut door ot dwellgrowers of tho cisare that the German lasting tho field; iue.it erate oven for half an hour. Make a extend Into central equatorial Africa tern back Inwill selloneasy and ben bouse; ing; log dwelling. 8 rooms and sldo roomi $40,000,000 a year. wood shed; payments; plenty good stable; 3 tobacco barns by these results, tho Paris peep hole, look In nnd ' tho custard from Kamerun to tho Belgian Kongo. of smnll fruit. Further particulars address Plenty of good timber for ; 3 tenant housoi. Convinced farm purposem Vy W &i - casn. Is not firmly set, cook until It Is. The political map of Africa has com- J no. I). Ilabbago, Clovcrport, Ky. ig InV" j municipal council has decided to kwu .,.,.. v wortt, very hot, garnished with curled pletely changed In tho last two years. in the capital a system of hall de- Servo stall T parsley. CAN l'OU BEE TI1E A. SHADED KOAD stroyers. The south Is now ono great nation, OP TREES ? Begin fish rlssolo and patties by United South Afrlcn, and In all tho PREFERS BABIES TO PIGS. They will bo placed at threo of tho Courtesy Good Roads, New Vork. COMMISSIONER'S SALE highest points of the city namely, nt making good puff paste. While It gets continent there Is left only one great other than garden loam, crowning it tho summits of tho Eiffel tower, tho properly cold, flake fine a pint or Usn, African state Abyssinia. Indianapo- Iowa Will Offer Prizes at Next State Fair. to shed water, grading his ditches to Sacro Coeur and tho Pantheon form- freeing It of bono and skin. Season lis News. with butter, salt and pepper to tasto Iown has ofilclally decided that the Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. avoid tho usual pools left to soak into ing a vast protective triangle. production of babies Is or. greater nu- - Hank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Co , 1'lalntlff. the road, opening sluices to let the A Stock Market Romance. Tho provinces are following tho ex- and a very llttlo finely minced onion. Trustee of tbo Kstuto of Fred Walters, de. ditches, ample of the capital, and beforo long, Roll tho paste rather thin and cut out water run away from tho side Wnll street speculators boast of their portauco than that of pigs. ceased. Against ho simply cuts the trees down and it is expected, tho entire country will circles with a saucer. Put a spoonful Imagination. The average successful ' At the next stato fnlr tho board of Defendant mud bed to dry up. la bo provided with tho count's invention, of minced fish on half of each circle, speculator has just enough Imagination agriculture will offer ?o0 ns a prize for Joseph Garrett.Diulty No. 3125. waits for his tho course of time it does dry up, nnd which has tho enthusiastic support of fold over, pinch tight, brush over to get himself n living. Tho few spec- - tho best baby, whereas tho pig, with with beaten egg, then put in a bag ulators who grow rich have so very an the perfection he can display, may ot By virture of a Judgement and Order then, except during or Immediately tho Academy of Sciences. Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, with a lump of butter and cook i". a llttlo more that ono wonders what drnw ouiy $2o. mud, after rains, when It Is n mass of rendered at February Term thereof, eight minutes. would happen If there ever came to Dimples, curly hair, tho color of eyes 1912, in the above cause, for the sum of It is a bed of dust nnd all summer is NEW BILL AGAINST TRUSTS. very hot oven for For patties bake the pastry into Wall street a speculator whoso Imagl- - nntj 1)retty clothes will win nothing one hundred dollars (100) with interest a hot nnd stifling desert road, an extiny shells, fill them with tho minced nation was equal to the verities. Then at the rate of 6 per cent, hibit of iguoranco nnd incompetency. to Regulate Corpo- fish, sprinkle on top grated cheese, years ago steel common was distrib-- ior tue competing infants. A stout calf from the 7th day of March per annum IgOS, until preserved country roads Williams' Measure wm count for moro thnn n handsome "The best Commerce. rations In Interstate slip in a bag and cook ten minutes in utcd to a crazy trading public around facej aml n lustJ. yon, displaying lung paid, and all costs herein, I shall prothat have to bear tho heavy motor ceed to offer for sale at the e A bill to prescrlbo tho conditions un- a moderate oven. These aro not quite 50. nnd tho big sellers sat up nights development, more than a musical traffic of the present day are those door in Ilardinsburg, to the highest cannot der which corporations may engage In so rich as the rlssole3 which aro In certificates for delivery. gle their Thlg pi,ysicai competition of bidder at Public Auction, ample shade. If a road f commerce has been Introevery one thinking it a miracle that youngsters Is a scheme to innke the the 13th day of May 1912, at on Monday u bo oiled it needs moisture. Tho shade. Interstate the senate by Senator John effect fried in the bag. one Fish tlmbalo requires two cups of tho stuff could be sold at so absurd n Iown babj. stand bcfore tho world as P. M., or thereabout (being o'clock will retain duced in ? except in very dry periods, Circuit Sharp Williams of Mississippi. fish, chopped fine or ground, ono price. TUree yenrs later tue stock sulu h standanl of physical strength. It Court day), upon a credit of sixmonths, cold K sufficient moisture to preserve the is provided in tho bill that no cup of cream sauce, a tablespoon of nt It Five and a half years attcr WQg dovlse(1 by tll0 Iowft mothers' the following described property, , corporation shall engage In interstate butter, two fresh eggs, a llttlo minced tunc It SOIU at lVfe. aim A certain tract of land on the uiii:i commerce unless it is organized under parsley, and salt and pepper both a decline of 30 points in n very short clubs. waters of Bull Creek in said county of urecKenrwge, Kentucky and beginning laws that provide It shall do nothing kinds to tasto. Mix tho fish well time on the government's dissolution Consult T. N. McGlothlan for at two ashes now dead and down, Burto restrain trade and thnt It shall do with the sauce, beat In tho butter, suit, the stock touched the promotr s' den's corner in Heston's line; thence to Courier-Journ- al. nothing outside the state of Its Incor- then add tho eggs beaten very light, distribution price, nnd Wall street be.d N. 55 YV. poration thnt it Is not permitted to do and mix all thoroughly. Put Into a Its breath to see If the investment Times, Tost, Herald, Farmers with Burden's line in Murray's100 poles corner; case, slip Inside a holders were not going to stampeoe. Home Journal, Stock Yard Journ- to two snssafrases therein. hnttfircd soufflo thence with the Murray line N. 80 E. Tho bill provides that no corporation, bag, and cook in a very moderate And at thnt promoters' price the stock al, Western Recorder and IireckJ 160 poles to a Spanish oak originally association or partnership shall have oven half an hour. yields the buyer 10 per cent on his enridgo News. marked; thence b. 36 E. .'11 poles to a small bush; thence !)4 poles to the be- any vote or voice In tho affairs of an For fish pudding take a pint of money. New York Post. gining corner; containing 563 acres. other corporation. A section of the boiled fish, grind It lino, add to it ono To Farm a State's Roads. Or sufiicient produce the measure provides that tho capital stock and a half tablespoonfuls of butter, An Aviation Institute. Carro'l of Iown luis pro- sums of moneythereof to to be made, Governor so ordered of a corporation engaging in interstate half a tablespoonful of flour, ono At Koutchlno. near Moscow, there It posed that the width of that state's the purchaser, with approved commerce shall bo fully paid nnd payof salt, a quarter of a established the most complete labora- roads bo cut down from sixty to forty securities, must execute bond, surety or bearing prosecuupon able, and it places a limitation of pepper, and tho samo of tory now In existence for tho feet ami that the strips of land thus legal interest from the day of sale unsurplus at any time to 50 per cent onion Julco. Mix all well and set In tion of researches pertaining to its saved be turned over to the farmer. til paid, and navlng the force and effect of the outstanding capital stock nnd hot water while you beat two eggs This Institution has become the for cultivation He believes thnt for- of a Judgement.Leln retained to secure You'd never Imagine Bidders its indebtedness to not more than the very light with half a cup of sweet center of much Interest within the last ty feet Is wide enough for a country payment of purchase money. outstanding stock nnd surplus. milk. Pour tho mixture on tho fish year or two. Here Investigations nre road, that such a road will be better will be prepared to comply promptly that all the ripping, Tho forfeiture of the right to engage and beat hard, keeping It over tho hot mnde of nil questions relating to aero- and more easily cared for than the with these terms. roaring and complex Approximated debt, interest and cost In Interstate commerce and n fine equal water. When it is hot through, pour dynamics, and some remarkable results wider one and that the twenty extra S175. comedy situations .'eping tno have been obtained, especially In reto 10 per cent of tho capital stock of It Into tho prepared bag, Is simply wasted. that you'll read about feet now all owed Lee Walls, Commissioner. tho offending corporation Is fixed ns shapo as round as possible, tlo tho gard to what is called the "autorota-tlon- " The title to this land. If the plan Is In the now serial story firmly, and set on a together tho penalty for violation of provisions bag-toof bodies of certain shapes when carried out. naturally vests In tno we have arranged to of the bill. trivet, In a moderato oven for half placed In currents of nlr. It has al owners of land adjoining the roads, ns print were possible an hour. This should set It firmly. ready been made evident tnat tliere tho state's right to it is simply for Notice within the confines of Fish rolls aro flno for breakfast or are many phenomena of an unexpect- highway purposes, so tho measure will A PAPER ALL FOR WOMEN. ai ordinary sleeper. cooked fish flno, ed chnrncter which, when they have luncheon. Mlnco io popular with fanners. It Is estiThat resolutions of respect nro season well, and heat In a rich cream been thoroughly Investigated, may ma- mated that S.50O.O00 bushels of corn Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont Behind the published nt 5 cents por lino. sauce along with tho crumbs scooped terially aid Investors nnd engineers In can be ndded to Iown's crop and S.1 Project. from tho hearts of breakfast rolls. the construction of improved flying ma- per capita to her wealth If this land Is PlwusG do not send obituaries to Mrs. Oliver II. P. Belmont is plantho top of tho farmed. Youth's Companion. ning to start a dally newspuper to bo Cut a thin slice from to scoop them. chines. Harper's. tho News without expecting to rolls beforo beginning enmanaged by women nud devoted pay for tho publication of this Leavo only tho hard crust. Fill tho Laundry Prices In Russia. tirely to their interests. Sho declared Louisville Evening Post rt 1 m mixture, grate a llttlo If John II. Snodgrass. consul genBreckenridge News kind of matter. a fair rep- rolls with tho TS and that women did not have over them, seal his kicked one year ?3.s0. resentation In tho news of tho day and In a paper bag, and crisp for seven eral at Moscow, everliving in about the Unitlaundry work while thought the tlrao wns ripe for women oven. minutes In a hot ed States, lie begs the pardon of every to como to tho front editorially. Planked fish Is not beyond tho steam cleaning establishment, every SIGHT GIVEN TO DYING MAN. Will Probated. Mrs. llelmont's plans havo not taken paper bag. Get a oak plank blutiteyed Celestial and every colored deflnlto shape, but sho snld sho was easily lnsldo a big washlady In this country. What they Harrington, While III, Longed to Seo cut to a slzo to go serious In tho matter. Her ideal, she bag. Make it very hot unaer tno gas That's the title, Members of Family Again. Tho will of Miss Emma Dotor-din- g nre doing to his collars and shirts bo n paper which announced, "would flamo, butter It well, then lay on it over thero In the land of the cznr Is With tears of Joy streaming from but there is no Is not bound by nny flnnnclnl. polltlcnl wis probated in tho Hancock tho fish, cleaned, seasoned, buttered tho eyes to which sight hnd been restored excuse for you or social obligation to suppress ono bit all over, and spread as flat as pos- horrible to relate BesidesIn that, mat- after eight years of blindness, Morti- county court on Monday of last the way they ure soaking him 4 of news or to niter Its tone." to miss reading years old, week says tho Clurion, Mrd. Knto sible. Slip Into a greased bag and ter of prlco Is enough to make any mer Ilnrrlngton, seventy-tlvof nn cook for half to this story by American citizen utter loud wails of died nt Maiden, Mass. For weeks dur- Travis objecting. Miss Dctordinsj FEDERAL AUTOMOBILE LAW. hour in a hot oven. There should bo distress. For Instance, they clinrgo ing his last illness Harrington prayed RUPERT HUGHES a trivet under tho bag tho samo as if n nickel to do up n collar, and "tho continuously that ho might seo tho died. last October and tho will was Author m The Measure Providing a License Good All it hold no plank. Mako a peep hole work is unsatisfactory, aud the finish- members of ills family onco moro be- mado lust June. It disposes of Mi Over For $10. to And out If tho fish is well dono It ing Is crudely done." he asserts. foro ho died. A few hours beforo his two farms, giving her interest in A federal nutomobllo law Is pro- had better bo nearly In tho middle, Brooklyn Eagle. denth ho suddenly sat up in bed and one to William Dotording and tho posed In a bill Introduced In tho houo so no gravy will bo lost cried: "I seo! I seo!" by Keprcseutativo Volsted of Minne- ' Boiled flab, creamed, suits many Tho family gathered around, and ono other to Mrs. Travis, both to bo Det and Lost. tale that travels It's a recognized his sota. It provides that for tho pay- palates, especially thoso of tender A Kansas iiierchnnt who had Just by ono tho dying man oU'cctivo after tho death of hor at a mile -- a minute ment of $10 n year tho good roads bu- age. Let tho fish get cold, freo It of paid a fine because his vegetable dls. loved ones. Tho respite from his blindgait from beginning and bone, and then flake, but mother. Teresa Dotording and reau shall Issue a federal automobile skin play box was not six Inches higher ness was brief, but Harrington died to end, with a round license to any person applylug lu good not flno. Put a layer of it In tho bot- than tho sidewalk veutured tho asser- with n smllo 011 his face. William Dotording aro also given of laughter in every tom of a buttered soufflo case, dot faith. tion thnt a man cnu't go from morn$290 on deposit and Mrs. T. L. chapter. Watch for it A provision in tho bill makes tho with bits of butter, dust with salt ing till ulght without breaking some Whcatloy was given a lot in Cloliconso good all over tho United and cayenne, and add a few fried Kansas law. no mntter how careful he federal States, subjects tho automobllo owners rrumbs. Cover with cream sauco, up- Is. A hotel man thought ho could, vcrport, a gold watch and $000 in on which spread more fish. Keep on to thoso fees only and similarly mnde, aud tho noxt money, With Variations. prevail in tho with tho layers until tho case is full. nnd a wager was charges which Smithers Ho who courts and runs Then cover with a thick layer of fried day was sot for tho test right," said stato la which the owner lives. "I'll win that bet, nil away may como to court another day. crumbs, squeeze a little lemon Juice 4kjjx4vJhJ-4$k5444Heavy, impure blood makes a on, and bake inside a greased bag In the hotel man. "I'll stny In bed nil Jenkins But ho who courts aud does muddy, pimply, complexion, s, It is suld that the most perfect minutes. day tomorrow." a quick oven for fifteen not wed may find himself in court innausca,;indigcstion, Thin blood in tho world is tho coral beforo dark, stead. road And ho did until Just Sorve from tho ease, and garnish rock road of the West Indies, when an Inspector camo along and armakes you weak, pale and sickly. For with hard boiled egg. being porous, elastic, dry aud pure blood, sound digestion, use Bur(Copyright, 1911, by the Associated rested hlui for not having n nlno foot Tlmo misspent Is, not lived, but never dusty. Literary Press.) dieet on bis bed. Kansas City dock Blood Bitters. 11,00 at all stores " brain-workers, Making Hlchwavt Durable. The vnluo of shade trues In presorv tag roftds Is pointed out by nn onthu-teIn a letter recently printed In r? the Manchester (X. II. i Union, Tho fhelr Value st Properly constructed. "If you can't build your rood with nsphnlt or oil, plant some shade trees Aiako your town comiortnuie lor yourself nnd your family and ho at' tractive by Its good roads nnd shady ways thnt tho stranger will buy the worthless half of your farm for twice what any farmer would pay for your buildings, land, ontlro property, stock nnd mortgage. "Then the rot of your life you can sell tho purchaser anything you raise on tho fertile part of your farm that you retained nnd get employment for your tenms nnd your boys helping him to spend bis money on tho old stony pastures you sold to him. Meantime ho will pay tho town moro tnxes In flvo years than your place previously Hut you will paid In twenty-five- . never catch him In a town that cuts tho trees nnd bushes from tho road- gijos." DO YOU TO a farm or business? If you do you may find just what you need in thN department. If you aro A Russian Wife's Lesson. interested in nny of tho following properties, write us nt once for If none of these plncus .mi it you. write us System Perfected by M. In Russia the law obligor the wife owner's mime nnd udclio-Great to follow her husband wherever" it at once tolling us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU Chef. Soyer, Famous London plcnses him to establish his residence. WANT IT nnd let us introduce you to the man who 1ms the VERY . PAPER BA6 COOKING SELEGT CULLINGS Estate Real WANT BUY Department Wanted Small Farm iKYW-a- i 1 1 1 u' (1 Two-tract- .1 1 nv, it 1 -- V usi xL ")"" miles-wes- '"-'-? s-- " '? iriuoi-i.mA- -- " ti DENE-FI- 1 ( Court-Hous- gur-slgnl- tlth I S. to-w- it: recL-uny- E,ver l ravel inaPullman subj-oriptio- i ? ul nvin-tlo- p r EXCUSE ME! hard-boile- d egg-yol- k i rv.vvr half-Inc- h o throe-qdarter- s Well-Know- n ' -- I Subscribe Today! All Aboard Don't Miss This Serial o f head-ache- Sx44444xs$3S4$k$ o 1. ' r !., i iWUHKMHJ7JA.fcJiJlV.VAA,J.f.!..',ftftJ,.i Talk over Beautifying your Home and carry out your plans at IKir5chbaumGothe4. Ed. Alexander's, - Irvington, Ky. tmmt Linoleum 45 cents square yd. Carpets Ingrain Cottage. Quality, 15c to 35c. f; Mattings Flower Designs. All colors, 12 2 to 35c. 1-- Attractive Designs. Wall Paper in 1912 Patterns. All prices, 5c to 25c. I CharminoOur Line of Men's Kirschbaum Clothing - Women's Department. Wash STUDY OUR STORE. Ready-Mad- e Goods, Summer Dress Novelties, Serviceable Millinery. Remarkable Line of Shoes. Wc aro carrying a splendid line of Bargain Shoes. Underwear Have snap and style, but better still, have quality. We have received a shipmentof extraordinary suits for summer. They sell from $12 to $35. Mary Ellis $4.00 Shoes for $2.25. Extra Good Hose For Men, Women and Children. Cotton and Silk. For Ladies. In Muslin and all sizes. Cheaper prices than you can make them. Don't spend your time sewing. STEPHENSPORT Popular Young People Married Sunday-Mi- ss Married To Farmer. A Popular Young Dot Stjles and son. Duston, of South West City, Mo., will .start a meat shop and a grocery store here in the near future. Miss Cecil Dix entered Hardinsburg Normal Monday. Hubert Gilbert and wife, of St. Joseph, Mo., are visiting relatives here Peyton Canary and wife, of LaHant, were in town Saturday. Wheeler Thompson and family have moved here from Tell City. Mrs. Sam Dix, Mrs. W. B. Gardner and twins, Nannie Lee and G. B , were in Louisville last week. Mrs. Gus Dutschke visited relatives in Holt Sunday. Miss May Ivllis and Oliver Shellman were married in Hawesville Sunday. Mr. Shellman is a prosperous young farmer of near here. Mrs. Shellman is a bright and attractive young girl. We extend congratulation1.. Come see Mrs. Payne's new line of Co. pattern hats. Just arrived from CinRev. Jas. W. Shacklette cinnati. Rev. Leonard Wagnest preached an interesting sermon at the Methodist cnurch here Sunday. Mrs. Gibson has returned to Clover-poafter spending three weeks here with Mrs. Sallie Bennett rt "Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the best rembey for the often fatal disease-cro- up. It has been used with success in our family for eight years." Mrs. L. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N Y. EKR0NJ1EWS Thomas Hardaway is ill with grip. Miss Hattie Dowell is on the sick list. and sister, Mrs. T. J. Triplett is with her daughPearle Pete Smith and sister, Mary ter, Mrs. Mary Philpot, who is very ill. Edna, Miss Vera Brown and Rev. NelMrs. Amanda Jolly is improving son McCoy spent the week end with slowly. Miss Nettie Neafus at her home, near Miss Annie May Jordan, of LouisGuston. ville, has returned home after visiting There never wa- a tima when people relatives here. the real merits of ChamberThomas Cundiff, of Guston, and lain's Cough Remedy more than now. Henrv Cox were in the Big Spring This is shown by the increase in sales neighborhood last Thursday. and voluntary testimonials from perZ. T. Stith and family have moved sons who have been cured by it If to their property in town. jou or your ch'ldren are troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. DOUBLY For sale by all dealers. app-eciated and Mrs. Mace Simpson. Mrs. Eleanor Shacklette has returned home from Eddyville, where she spent the winter with her son, R W. Shacklette and family. Mrs. Gus Brown, of Hardinsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Want Shacklett, Sr. R. W. Cox was in Louisville Friday. Mrs. Bettie Kichardson, who was called to Louisville last week on account of the illness of her sister, Mrs. J. P. Shacklette, has returned home S. H. Kennedy and Jas. Martin were in Louisville last week purchasing goods for their store. Mrs. D. B. Williams and children, of St. Matthews are here visiting relatives. Mrs. Chas. Helt and little daughter Miss Annie Mills, of and sister, Stone Street, were guests of Mrs. Helt and Mrs. Mattie Miller here last week. Mrs. L. Frymire, of Louisville, visi'-eMr. and Mrs. St.ck Frymire la-- t week, also to see Mrs. J. L. Stillwell, who is there for a visit. Jesse Clarkson is in Louisville the Mrs. Wra. guest of his daughter, Hungerland. Mrs. C. C. Stith is visiting in Frank fort. P. O. Medley went to Irvington Monday to resume his work for the R R. d Hardinsburg & Trust Co., lose a valu able and esteemed citizen, but the community at large is deprived of one of its foremost citizens, a christian gentleman, closely, sincerely and faithfully allied to the church of his choice, the M. E. Church, South, whose life reflected unmistakably his sincerity of purpose In his religious convictions. 1. That these resolutions be spread upon the record books of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., and a copy of them be delivered to his faithful wife who survives him, and other members pf his family, and that they be published in The Breckenridge News and The Leader. B. F. BEARD, C. V. ROBERTSON, DR. A. M. KINCHELOE D. S. RICHARDSON, M. H. BEARD, JANWLIK Will Be Given At The Louisville Armory In Thursday After House and noon And Night. An event of unusual importance will fesbe the popular tival concerts to be given at the Armory Sixth & Walnuts Sts., Louisville, on the afternoon and night of Thursday, g May 2nd. Not since the visits of Jenny Lind and Adellna Patti, has a more momentous tour been ar ranged than that of the New York Symphony Orchestra and Jan Kubelik. A combination of the world's greatest artist, the Bohemian violinist, whose sensational successes have only been equaled by Paderewski. Kubelik and his magic violin, Damrosch and New New York Symphony Orchestra, and the four soloists will bs heard on both the afternoon and night programs. Kubelik is the greatest living virtuoso and probably the most remarkable figure, all things considered, among living interpreting musicians. Though little more than 3O years of age, Kubelik has raised himself by his own genius from the lowly station of a poor fame. man's son to world-wiThe beautiful tone and wonderful ensemble of the selected artists under the control of Mr. Damrosch has long been the source of envy for other orchestras. The seats for the two concerts are now on sale at the store of the Baldwin Piano Company, 123 South Fourth Street, the box office being open from ten a. m until six o'clock in the evening. Kubelik-Damrosc- h epoch-makinde Butcher Outfit ?AT PUBLIC AUCTION i will sell at Public auction SATURDAY and Butcher MAY 11, 1912, my House PAUL COMPTON, Directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Lame back is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles of the back, for which you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by All Dealers. Outfit, situated on First Street. It is the business center of the town and commands a good trade. GEORGE W. THOMPSON IRVINGTON, KY. D. W. Henry, Auctioneer CHAMP CLARK CLUB The Democrats of Irvington have organized a Champ Clark Club, composed of the following members: P B Lyons l'etcr 1 Roberts Col Hate Washington H W Carter I)r 1 W Kooto J B Herndou Davis Ashcraft J M Ilerndon John Musselmau Tom Mu&stlman Cal Stantield Dick Stanlleld Ueorge Jurrut MlkoCrahan Flake Att-- r O O Bailey Dick Hardaway D L Hale Vlrjr Long J H Dorlot Finis Claycomb Paris Facklur, Jr Carl Compton Albert F Schlndler O B Neafus Everett W Foote Preston 0 Footu George Compton Georgo Uowell O A Kooto OC BEWLEYVILLE. Don't Forget When INSURING that you can bo robbed as well as your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies., Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. It would surprise you to know of the great good that is being done by Resolutions Adopted by Cloverport Readers Can Twenty-On- e Paragraphs Of Well The Bank of Hardinsburg Longer Doubt the Evidence. Written Personal Notes About Well Known People. At a meeting of the Board of DirecThis grateful citizen testified long Much Going And Coming. Miss Louise Hardin is visiting her sister in Louisville. Richard Childs, of Moro, Ark., was here last week attending court. Stanley Brown left Sunday for a visit to his father, Sam Brown, of rt. Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., writes, "My wife has beenusingCham-berlaln- 's Tablets and finds them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your T It (Hand stomach or bowels give them a trial. ti 1 Norton Harry l ConnlfT Johnnie Johnson No For sale by All Dealers. Ueorpe Drury Jonh Novltt L K Henderson John W Do ut Ir J H Frymlro Abel ailllDKwaters II utlios Frvmlro Clltr lluddock Herbert Iladdock Harry Stewart Sam Adklsson JudRQ M Lockard Leu Lockurd Haynes Trent Tom Blythe Geonre W Thompson Fire, Tornado, Plate , Cotton Blossom Coming. tors of the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., held at Hardinsburg, Ky. ago. Told of quick on Monday, April 22, 1912, the follow- ing resolutions were unanimously adop- ted: Whereas, Green V. Beard died at his residence in Hardinsburg, Ky., on the 18th day of April, I9I2, after abrief Illness, ind whereas, the deceased has been alllliated with The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., from its organization until his death as a member of Its Board of Directors, and was one of the original incorporators of said bank, be it resolved by said Board of Directors: 1. That In the death of Green W. Beard, the Batik has lost a faithful, conscientious olllcial, whoso discharge of every duty was Impelled by the highest ideals of strict honesty and due regard for the rights of all persons having business associations or alllliations with said bank. 2. That each director personally" feels a bereavement in the loss of Mr, Beard whose business and Private life was monumental in its purity and adherence to that which was inherently right In all matters. 3. That It Is the sense of the Direc tors that not only does The Dank of I Mrs. B. B. Shacklettc. Jr., and Mrs. D. R. Shacklett pent Thursday with Mrs Belle Auhcrnft, near Guston. 0. C. Richardson, of Tullahoma, Tenn., was here last week attending court and was accompauied by O. C. Jr., for a visit to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Want Shacklettc, Sr. Prof, and Mrs. J. A. Owensby will leave soon for Moro, Ark., where ho will take charge of a school this fall. We regret very much having the prof, fessor and his wife leave us. Herman Rice, of Guston, visited his brother, Oscar Rice, here Sunday. Mrs, (5. L. Mayes returned from Louisville Sunday, accompanied by her husband, G. L. Mayes. Guy Simpson, of Louisville, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. relief of undoubted benefit. The facts are now confirmed. Such testimony Is complete the evidence conclusive. It forms convincing proof of merit. Mrs. A. L. Alms, 007 Locust St., Ovvensboro, Ky., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results andjconslder them a a superior kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills promptly relieved backache, dllllculty with the kidnoy secretions and pains In the back and top part of my head. They were procured and we have every confidence in them " Tie above statement was given May 9, 1907 and when Mrs. Alms was Interviewed on February 20, 1912 she said: "I have not used Doan's Kidney Pills of late, as the euro they affected some time ago has been permanent. You are at liberty to continue publishing my former statement." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-MUbur- n act comedy-dram"Ono Girl In head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment A Thousand," which is claimed to Is highly recommended. 50c a box at bo tho funniest play ever written, all stores. tho cast is very clover whilo tho scenic and electrical ollects aro Republican Comvery olaborato. mittee Elections. "Ono Girl In A Thousand" is a play that pleases both tho old Meetings will bo hold in each and the young and from press comments from up tho rivor, it is precinct of Brookonridgo county creating a great sensation, as Saturday, May 4th, nt 1 o'clock nothing cjuito so good has over p. m. for tho purpose of electing been attempted by a show boat Kepublican Precinct CommitteeManager. In addition to tho play tho Cot-to- u men to sorvo for four years, Tho Blossom carries nvo high class present members of tho committeo vaudeville acts beaded by tho will call the meetings to order and Srauklor Sisters dainty singors preside, if they bo present, otherand dancers. Tho Cotton Blossom will exhibit horo on Monday, May wise, any liopublican present may call tho meeting to order. 0. a Confidence is a great asset, but E H Shelman Clius H Drury that is what the show going public Wathen Drury T Stith have in Mr. Emerson, Managoi Henry Dandy and owner of the Cotton Blpssom Lon Cowley Tom Thomas show lioat, as his patrons know John It Wlmu T J Atkinson that ho always puts up a great 8 0 Dowell play und high class vaudeville Jim Horton D T Spradlln acts. This year ho has outdone Ueo Dodson uny of hiseflorts, as ho hus obFor any itching skin trouble, piles tained from a Now York Manager eczema, salt rheum, hives, itch, 'scald tho rights to pla' the morn' four V. E A Itees Arch Pulllam S T IUco Millard Frank A M Hardin James K Bramlotte Hoille Neaius C 11 Fritz it B McUlothlan W T Pendleton Will Halo CO Smith Kolund Smith W T Cornwall II B Head James Holln lake Morrison 1)111 ClaycomD Henry Neafus Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgages and other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. Col H Younger J Gorsucli Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. cnoizzallollolloliczioB BALL Livery, & MILLER Feed and Salt Stabli Bus Meets all Trails : Hardinsburg, Subrcribe Today! Ky. CJOEI3000C001 Nowt at