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Stader was" granted a divorce from his wife, Rose Stader. ooo loo II, Mullen was awarded a judge ment in his case against the Cincinnati Cooperage Co for 26 acres of land. This land has b.en in litigation over 100 years. The contest was over certain No. 47 MIGHTY CONVENTION OrdeChairman Calls Meeting To r-Judge Matthias Miller ElectedJJ Chairman-Commit- tees If ; A r In the case of the Bank of Hardins- bure & Trust Co.. Assignee of the Two States Bank against the American CHAMP CLARK ENDORSED Bonding Co., the jury rendered for the defendants. The suit was on a bond In Three hundred Democrats met of $5000 for John S. Adair. at Hardinsburg last Mass Convention 000 Saturday to name delegates to the slate Pevton Canary, Sr.. Peyton Canary, Democratic Convention which meets in was Jr., and Harvey English, Jr., were each Louisville today, Wednesday. This placed under bond of $2500 to keep' the as.fiue a body of representative citizens at liar, peace. as ever met in the court house 000 dinsburg. They left busy homes and The crand jury returned 14 indict busy farms from a sense of, pride and duty. They had a cause at heart, love ments for breaches of the peace, gamgoving, house breaking and carrying con of home, love ot country and good came to send men with cealed weapons. ernment. They the same love and pride to represent 000 them and stand for them at Louisville. In the case of the commonwealth Thos. J. Moore, Promptly at 2 o'clock against Peyton Canary, Jr., for assult- or-chairman, called the convention to ing Harvey English the jury rendered We said the object of the meeting an agreed verdict against Canary for was to appoint delegates to the conven $250 fine. tion at Louisville who woum senu to Baltimore who would name man who will be the next President Pageantry, New American Fad. the harof the United States. He pled for mony. The spirit of pageantry is abroad in Judge Moorman, who had been acting the land. From New York to Seattle as chairman m the absence of Mr. Moore, pageants are to be given this summer in made his call and vacated the chair to all kinds of communities aud dealing Mr. Moore. Dave Walls, secretary, read with all manner of subjects. Estimates both calls. show that 70,000 people will take part in Judge Matthias Miller was then put these pageants. in nomination for permanent chairman and unanimously elected. Judge Miller Handsome Occasion. thanked the convention and said it was a great honor to preside over such an At a meeting of Cloverport Royal intelligent body of representative Dem- Arch Chapter No. 09 held on Friday, was the choice ocrats. John May 24th the degrees of Capitular Mafor secretary. sonry were conferred upon Mr. Win. II. ' On motion of Jesse Whitworth, the Gibson, Mr. Laslie Plank and Mr. chairman appointed the following com- Frank Plank. An afternoon and night mittee ou resolutions and delegates, viz; session was held and the work done in Lee Walls, Mike Miller, Vic Robertson, a very impressive style. Visitors present D. H. Severs and Jesse Whitworth. were C. A. Tanner, Winchester No. 12, The committee retired and in a short Geo. Bentley, H. L. Mart, F. L. Morris, entime reporting a set of resolutions, Sitnms Thomas, Dr. Ira D. Cosby, and dorsing Champ dark for the Democrat- S. L. Sterrett of Hancock No. 67. ic nomination. Commending the Hon. After the conferring of the degrees Ben Johnson for his good work in Con- delightful refreshments were served by adgress, Gov. McCreary and the state the ladies of the Eastern Star Chapter, ministration for their work, and M. H. aud at the hour of midnight the memBeard for delegate from the Fourth Dis bers disbanded, feeling that it was the trict. most enjoyable occasion ever held in Mr. Moore objected to1 the report of the Masonic Temple. the committee and offered a substitute sunnortincr his substitute ill a very warm Brabandt at The County Seat. speech which called forth a warm and heated debate. On a vote the substitute C. Brabandt will he at his studio in was lost aud the report of the committee adopted. The convention then adjourned. Hardinsburg this wetk and at CloTer port next week. See him for photo Afterthoughts. graphs of persons and homes. Cabinets, Tom Moore made a gallant but a lone- enlarged prints aud Exquis uci-egat- Beard Appointed Recommended For Delegate. M. H. sought by the cowboys and when their discovery is made they make a raid on the latter. If an Indian catches n cowboy before ho gets back to his base, then ho has to go on the side with the If the cowboys catch the Indians. Indians, then the Indians have to hide their eyes. The kids say Its a? nuch surveys have been fun as fox boundrles. Several made. The one made by Waller Wil son established the lines and won the Notice. suit. ooo STREETS SURVEYED AT IRVINGION rtSs?5i??i-v??i2ii INFORMATION OF BUSINESS GIVEN I' Sunday-Schoo- l Convention At ImfM The memorial exercifes of BreckeL- rldge Lodge No. 61 K. of P. will he held Notes Sunday, June 2, 1012. All Knights and visitors as well as the public ate cordi-ally invited to attend. Knights are re- MISS LEWIS GOES TO CHICAGO quested to meet at K. of P. Hall tt 2 p. m. Yours in F. C. & B. Mrs S.P. Parks is at home after spendChas. May, Sr., ing the past week in Louisville and BranRoscoe Laslie, denburg. At the latter place she was 8 W. A. Roff. the guest of her father, Mr. Jim Lewis Master Farleigh Herndon is In Bran- ft Bacon's Store as it Buys Beautiful Mare. denburg visiting his gratulfateer, Mr. Jim Lewis. L. C. Taul Is driving a beautiful Robert Crider and daughter.Miss Eliza mare he bought frcm Vic Robertson beth Crider, are visiting his parents at recently for $2o0. She goes under the Freedonia. saddle just as well as she does in harMrs Kate Lewis Bennett and Mrs. Jenness. He is well pleased with his purnie Calloway returned Saturday from a chase. three weeks' visit to relatives in Louisville, Pewce Valley, and Sniithfield. Junior Christian Ernest Galloway spent Sunday here as the guest of his mother, Mrs. Kidelia Endeavor Organized Galloway, Rosetta Friday. School provement League To Meet Friday, June Seventh. Other News And Personal News ft About Deeds and Mortgages-H- ow They are Recorded. All I I Deeds Must be Recorded Before Property can be Sold What all Should Know. READ FOR YOUR OWN GOOD The Junior Christian Endeavor recently organized at the Lucile Memorial meets every Sunday afternoon and has attracted a number of the younger people. Miss Louise Whitehead Is president, Miss Cissell Simons is secretary and Miss Martha Reid is treasurer. W. J. Vaughan will deliver a lecture on Sunday school work nt the Presby- terian church Thursday evening.May HO at eight o'clock. Your presence is greatly desired. Mrs. George E. Drury returned Saturday afternoon from Vine Grove, where she was the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Lucy Richardson, Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean, is here as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bob Crider. Miss Margaret Canniff, of Louisville, d. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Til-for- DISTRIC T cone E Give Meets At Sonora-Citiz- ens Ministers A Royal Welcome. Best Meeting In History. The District Conference of the District met at Scnora last Eliza-bethtow- n week. The' delegates from this county were Dr. J. W. Meador, R. O. Penick, Jim Mitcham, Owen Gilpin, of Custer; Rev. L. K. May and C. A. Penick, of Irving- ington; Rev. P. C. Long.of McDaniels; Rev. Daniels, of Kingswood; Rev. Dyer, C. F. Black and Ernest Drlskell, of Hardinsburg. T. B. Bandy, Jim Mitcham, Owen Gilpin and R.O. Penick were licensed to preach. Bro. Penick was recommended to Conference for lull fellowship and Morgan Richardson, of Braneiiburg, has completed the survey of the streets and alleys here, and those wishing to do grading preparatory to putting in their sidewalks may now find the grade established. The "Young Ladies' Brass Band," of Vine Grove, will furnish music for the This hand is composed of barbecue sixteen pieces, every one being played by post-card- s. appointment. Rev. Rushing was the presiding of- North West. ficer and Is being highly commended Mrs. J. M. Herndon returned Monday for his excellent order and dispatch of afternoon from a visit to Louisville and -- pretty, young girls. Master Jack Board is at home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Henderson. Miss Viola Lewis left Tuesday for Chicago where she will visit her former class mates nt the University of Chicago. Later she will join a house party going at Eagle Lake, Wis., for a ten days' outing. Before her return to Kentucky she will visit other points of interest in the ly losing fight. His tongue was on fire for the wrong men. It was a somewhat hot convention, but it was orderly and respectable. Judtre Moorman did the handsome thine when he declined to make a fight for county chairman. He made a telling speech full of Patriotism and party liar lnonv. The good old days of the mass convention will pass into history with this ite work. What Her Presence Means. One dark rainy nighi almost three weeks ago, a young man and his girl friend were staudiug on a corner watch ing a show boat. The giil hud on his rain coat and no one could have quick ly recognized her. While they were staudiug there, a big, loud man and a small boy came by. Before they were scarcely noticed the man sail out coarse ly: "By hell, that's another show boat." "Be careful boss!" said the young man with haste. The older fellow looked up aud saw the girl. "Beg your pardon," he answered, "I am sorry I said that didn't know there was a lady around." The man walked on slowly with the lad and the words "mignty sorry" drown-ethe sound of his foot-stepd s. one. The Hon. Ed. Shelman with his eighty votes, not eight, as we Had it last week, got very little comfort. The Republicans seemed to enjoy the Democratic situation While we had a hot time seemingly every man had a hear, ing and was neither cried down nor refused a square deal. ea is what won for The Clark, Wilson, nevertheless,, was deep down in their hearts. native-state-id- business. Brandenburg. Amos Skillman, of McKinney, Texas, All the delegates came home delighted and say it was the best meeting they is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Will ever attended. The people of Sonora Dent gave them a royal reception and cared Mrs. Don Lyddau and Miss Myrtle for their every want. Sonora has one Lyddan, of Webster, were here shopping of the finest churches In the District Tuesday. Association of the She Sunday-schoo- l and just completed at a cost of 7,000. Uewleyville Magisterial District, will convene at Rosetta Friday morning, May Miss Laslie Wanted At 3I, at ten o'clock. Mr W. J Vaughan Hardin School House. will be present and assist in conducting the meeting. All Sunday schools in the district are urged to .send full reports. Word has been received at the News Clarence Penick is at home after spendolllce that the patrons and pupils of the ing the past week at Sonora, in attendare anxious to Hardin school-hous- e ance at the District Conference of the have Miss Shelley Laslie for their M. E. Church, South. teacher next term. She has taught Prof. Tanner came up from Cloverport there before, and her work was a deWednesday, looking for a house in which light and satisfaction to all. The enhe may move. rollment numbers seventy scholars. Tile Factory Rushing-'Bu- sy. Mule Kicked Him. Jim Witt, Irvlngtou, was kicked by a mule one day last week while trying to shoe him. He was knocked to the ground senseless mid made a very narrow escape of being badly hurt, Jim says this is not the first time a mule ever tackled him, but it came nearer getting him than any he ever attempted to shoe. r Cloverport Graded and Names of those Who Made the Highest Averages Senior Class Junior Class , mmmmKm , w Activity lu building circle in Louisville aud the; East Is having a good effect on the Murray Tile Plant. Manager Bowue is rushing and busy filliug orders. A large order came in Monday from Louisville and another is being shipped to Brentwood, N. J. The plaut's'weekly pay roll is uow leveral hundred dollars. Fifteen car loads of tile are now being burned and fifteen more car loads are ou the yarda awaiting shipment. High School Honor Roll ft say thirty days after date of instrument. At the request of a number of friends I Looked in 18(5 ft will give the law on the subject which shown the importince of having all deeds and mortgages recorded as soon The School Improvement League will as executed. A deed or mortgage is a hold its next regular meeting on Friday written notice to the world of any afternoon, June seventh. Important transaction made, and when recorded is binding. A deed or mortgage un- -i plans will be discussed, recorded Is good only as between the. G. I Xayliood, of Los Angeles, spent grantor and grantee. It has become, last week the guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. so apparent that deeds and mortgages P. Parks. should be recorded that there Is now in, the Statutes this law "All deeds and mortgages and other Children's Day Service. instruments of writing which are reThe Children's Day service at the quired by law to be recorded to be efLucile Memorial Sunda' will be at- fectual against purchaser without tractively given. The program is notice, or creditor shall be recorded in arranged and tne children trained by the clerk's office of the court of the county In which the property is conMrs. L. T. Reid and Miss Laura Sat veyed, or the greater part thereof, terfield shall be. But It shall be unlawful for any clerk or deputy clerk to admit to Notice. record in such office any deed or of any interest In real estate Your attention is called to the Sun- equal to or greater than a life es'ato day School convention which meets at unless such deed shall plainly specify Webster Frldav evening and Saturday and refer to the next Immediate source The citizens of that place are anxious from which the grantor or grantee! to have a large delegation from over therein derive title to the said real the county and are making extensive estate or the interest conveyed there arrangements to entertain the visitors. in.'' J. B Weaver and W. J. Vaughan will It goes farther and says if such a deed or other recorded writing than the deed be present. offered for record shall refer to such Home Life In the Windy City. former deed or writing, and give the Gustav H. Do Kolkey of Chicago office, book and page where recorded had his wife arrested on the chargo and the date thereof if dated. It is of robbing him In his own house. very plain by this that one can not sell "My wife, her brother nnd a boarder," ho declared, "sneaked up behind or transfer his property unless his deed me and bore mo down to the floor. is recorded. There is never a week Then, while the two men held mo that wt do not have this to contend Only this week a pentlemnn down, your honor, my wife went with through my pockets and robbed me of came in and was sure his deed was re 111." corded. When he looked he found one "Did you rob your husband?" quer- unrecorded deed. He then had to have ied the court. a new survey and a new deed made. "I cannot tell a lie," replied Mrs. Do Both parties are living, so it was not Kolkey, simply. "Thero was no other way to get money out of him. Ho hard to get a new deed. I can refer to some parties at hasn't given mo a cent for a year, and who failed to have their deeds first I tried to chloroform him, but ho always sleeps on his face. So I called recorded. In this case one of the my brother and wo held him and I got parties died and left infant heirs. There what was In his pockets." is no way for a deed in this case to be "Perfectly justifiable," announced made without a suit to give a title and the court. then the court would have to make the deed to same. Then atrain I could sell Seafaring Races. you a farm today and make you a deed The portraits of Captain Amundsen and you could fall to record same If I show a certain likeness to Dr. Nansen. wanted to I could sell this to another Doth have In a marked degree the long party and have his deed recorded, your narrow skull of the Vikings. It Is a right, title and money is none. Of curious circumstance that the seafaring races, whether on the Daltlc or on course you could send me to the pen, the Mediterranean, have this typo but that would not save your land. In the last few weeks five or six men of head, whllo tho Inlanders of Europo nro predominantly of tho broad headed have sent in four to seven deeds each. Alplno sort Why is this? If we were handed a five Dut It will hardly do to make long dollar note we would handle same and hendedness the cnuso of seamanship, put them in a place where we would as some enthusiasts have done, for tho Japanese, who aro round headed, be certain not to lose them. This matter demands the attention of tako readily to tho sea. You should be all thinking people. sure your titles are correct, and also The Beautiful Moonlight. that all are recorded. This may save The fresh air children wero camp- you much trouble and litigation. The ing beside a small lake in tho Jersey hills. Thero was a full moon rising same holds true with mortgages. This office will be clad at any time to and trailing Its light across the water. "Children," cried tho attending social furnish any information it has concernworker. "Look! Seo the beautiful ing instruments of writing that are conmoonlight." nected witn the Clerk's office. "Go on," remarked a small East II. M. Beard, Clerk. Slder. "That shiny wlgglo out there That's gasolene." Mrs. G. W. Smith spent a few days last week with her brother, John Cox.. Mrs. E. L. Smith nnd little daughter, GUSTON Gladys, spent Saturday in Kkrott with to-w- it: con-veyanMc-Dan- ill' Mm '$SSL "wllPi? a- ill I 7 t.t - There seems to be an Idea among the people that deeds and mortgages must be recorded In a given length of time, lel Addis Kramer Eula McCrackon Mrs. O. C. Rice. New Game. ' Tenth Grade Ninth Grade .. Eighth Grade Seventh Giado.. Francis Sawyer ...... daughter, Mrs. ple, Sunday. Willie Seaton ..Mary Owen Oelzo "Cowboy and Indian" is the name of a new game orglnated by the youngsters in St. Rose Court and they have What Was Done In most exciting times playing it nearly Court Last Week. every night after supper until bed time. The cowboys have a leader and the case of America Bell against W. Indians a chif who choose the two The J, Scbopp for damagH was compromis- gangs, The crowd of cowboys hide ed oa pay aw at of 1400 by Schepp, each tkeir eye at a base while the Indians The Indians are 'hide in awbusk. party paylg tHlr court ....Louise Whitehead Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade .... HMMHHHUIIIM M ( H First Grade Primary .. . ft ""Wmwwmti May Deo Chapin ......Cottilcon YeRgor Cecil Hall Jesso Hall Katie Dora Kramer ...Annie May Tatum sot. fiMH.ftM Earl Randall AAliMWNVAMWVOMHi J Misses Mary nnd Katherlne Roberts visited Miss Edith Cuudiff Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Cox was the guest of Mrs. Margaret Hordaway has returned Miss Alice Carwln, of Brandenburg, to her home near Bewleyville after a Monday. ten days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Kate Mrs. Ell Johuson und daughter, Ma,, Guilds. ry, went to Ekrou one day last week, Miss Mary Edna Smith spent Sunday Misses Pearl, Ruth and Awsle Davis with her cousin, Pauline Smith. left for their home near Garfield after a Mrs. W, L, Cox aud daughter, visit with their auut, Mrs. Gld Butler. of Irvlngtou, are with Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith visited rek$ Smith for a few days. atives in Irvlngton Sunday, Misses Ara and Lurch Puilpot have Dr. A. A. Baxter aud Mrs. Baxtar returned home after a visit with Miss weHt to Ekrou Suaday. Bessie Myers, Hob Weedmau, - Mrs. S. J. Jolly was the guest of her of Sam- Kath-etin- e. I LIVE LIKE RUNABOUT dilleront stvlcs of KunA3See?faisri The wheel i abouts. these vehicles uro nintlc of .elected white hickoy; the painting in done by the best and most skilled workman, u'mg tho bet material. Wo have them in all colors. We carry this vehicle in Stick, Panel and Twin Auto seat, Hub-he- r S75 and Steel tire.. Price $35 to Wo Iiavo a number MILLIONAIRE We Have Anything you Want Complete Line llaidwart, Oil Two-Hors- e lrl Buy Convenient and Pleasure Seeking Equipment at Your Ovvn Price. TOP BUGGIES Surrey I Farm Implements ofNyvxy R. B. G, Blue Ribbon Lawn Mowers $2,25 to SIO 00 White O Mountain Freezers $1.25 to $3.25 These buiiiej aro trimmed in ucnuino leather, 50 inch bodies full length carpets: padded wine dash: four scat rods and A grado throughout; wo have these buggies In plain seats and tops, two-itwin Auto one with plain tops and punol scats with Auto tops, mado out of the best Auto Cloth on tho market. Wc also carry them in steel tires, standard. shaped and cushion rubber. Tho rubber used in these tires is tho famous Kolley Springfield make, tho best rubber used on any buggy made. 01 flfl Prices $37.50 to OlUU n. two-in-on- Kx uuu rtVt4 tension top with brake tin! j. a iuu.-- J IJIJUV II1IIUU .. .. 1 - o .... steel; steel twin Auto seats Each cnt is made of best yellow poplar, patent leather wide double fenders, silver tiimmcd lamps; wheels best Indinna hickory; upholstering genuino leather; all wool, blue or green broadcloth; painting gear, hronzo green Carmino stripe; body elegantly finished; leather top, genuino Auto material, waterproof; prices to suit 3'our pocket book. dash-hoard, superior Hardened sheet' OIVU . fi mSflrwm mm-m- 2 first-clas- Ice Cream Freezers, Furniture, Paints and Oils, rho famous Mastic paint, tho paint used by all s painters and railroad?. Stove, Refrigerators all sizes, Window Screen; Black. 24 28 32 35 ire Cloth per yard per yard in. He per yard in. 9c per yaid in. lie per yiud in. 13c per yiud in. 15c per ynrtl. 20 in. 10c 30 in. 12c 34 Building" Material 0 Everything that goe.- - into the hiilding of a house. Estimates furnished 0(rZ)fcZ3OEZDf Irvlngton Hardware and Implement Co, iRVIgTN 30E CZ3QIZZ3 nor: o1czioez51 CTOPfjz5o Mis Xfttiuie Hall, of Union Star, is Mrs. A. 15. Cashman and Miss Llss m Cashman were in Stephensport shopping the guest of her aunt, M s. R. A. Smith. Monday. Hem ietta Sh vely visited Miss Julia Lelah Belle and Nettie Dutschke re- I'ella, of Holt, last week. Graham Polk lost one of his fine horses Young Girls! Young Boys! Orb Hickerson, near town, is very ill turned last Thursday from an extendlast week wilh locked bowels. The vetBusiness Men! Business WomenI of typhoid fever. ed visit to relatives near Lodiburg. erinarian from Lewisport was called hut Mrs. Aubrey Hickerson is very ill of Rev. Jarboe filled his regularappoint- got here too late to save it. Get ready to have a week of pleasure and lccreation. EveryWants Other Women to Know typhoid. metits here Sunday and Sunday night. body needs a change. Be?in this week and start n fund to Rev. II. C. Powell filled his regular Roy Bassett, Herbert Kroush and How She Was Finally Mrs. Julius Sipple, of Irvlngton, pass appointment nt the M. 12. chureh Suntake a nice trip this summer or in tho fall. Go to Washington ed through town euroute to her home Ivan Jolly were in Frymire Sunday. day. Restored to Health. Atlantic City or New York and get a peep of our Great Country Miss Nell Cashman was painfully but after beiug the guest of her parents, Mr Mothers' Day will be held tit the Bapnot seriously poisoned about the face aud Mrs. Ad McCoy, of Union Star. tist church the second Sunday in June. Louisiana, Mo. : "I think a worryin A Bank Account opens up Opportunities for a good by poison ivy last week. Dr. Shively and family have returned Richard Parish is spending his vaca- naturally dislikes to make her troubles Roy Bassett had a delightful croquet from Owensboro after speuding two time and Lays the Stepping stone to a Savings known to the public, tion with his weeks, the Dr. having his tenant houses but complete restor- party last Saturday afternoon. Account. Jesse Couia left last week for Danville, ation tohealth means Buhrman Dcwell is expected home repaired aud Mrs. Shively and daughInd., where tie will attend school this much to me that so this week from Valparaiso, where he ter visiting their old trieuds. summer. He was accompanied by Floyd I cannot keep from The stork visited the home of Mr. has teen attending school. jjfK Wheeler, of Koine. telling mine for tho THE FARMERS BANK, has withdrawn his and Mrs. Willie Dutschke the 24th nud Ky. Moorman Ditto sake of other sufferSeveral from here ntteuded the High left a 10 pound boy, another Republiing women. application for this school. It is rumorSchool commencement at Cauneltor can. "I had been sick ed that Horace McCoy will get it. Friday. about twelve years, White slippers at Payne's for ladies Miss Nannie Hall is in Stephensport Prof. S. 11. Groom left Sunday for Ft. and had eleven docand children. Wayne where he has a position in the tors. I had drag- visiting her aunt. Mrs. Rolnnd Smith. Don't forget to come to the supper ging down pains, usylum. Saxton Dutschke is talking of having pains at monthly periods, bilious spells, another moonlight picnic next month. Saturday night and bring some one Miss Veva Winchell wasnt Cannelton and was getting worse all the time. I He had two successful ones last year with you. shopping Tuesday. would hardly get over one spell when I Graduate of Mrs. Julius Dutschke, of Holt, was College will have one soon. France Leaf, of Moweaqua, III., who would be sick again. No tongue can tell and we hope he the guest of her son, II. A. Dutschke, Watch for the bills. has been visitiug his aged mother, Mrs. what I suffered from cramps, and at times I could hardly walk. The doctors Robert Guckeby, of Rome, was the Saturday and Sunday. Nancy Leaf, returned home Monday. Chas. Waggoner was in Cloverport said I might die at one of those times, guest of Mrs. Nancy Cart last Monday Owen Winchell spent Sunday with All stock treated for all diseases. Phone in both residence but I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- and Tuesday. Saturday on business. hip parents. and ofhee. Oflice in Farmers' Bank Building. Get acquainted ble Compound nnd got better right away. Gordon Payne went to Clovernort Theie was quite a crowd attended the Your valuable medicine is worth more with my profession. All calls answered promptly. Sunday. Reduced Rates. than mountains of gold to suffering wo moving picture show which laid at our Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son, Clifford 1 men." Mrs. BERTHA Muff, 503 N. 4th HARDINSBURG, KY. landing Thursday night. Street, Louisiana, Mo. William, returned home from Texas Turner Weatherhult and wife are vi sJ2.l)S Louisville and return Accouut Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com Sunday morning accompanied by her king his btoUiers, Hugh and Harold pound, made from native roots and herbs, International Order of King's daugh sister, Miss Alma Moorman. Weatherholt. contains no narcotic or harmful drutrs. ter and son. Dates of sale: May 0, 7, 8, Mrs. August Dutschke, of Lodiburg, holds the record of being the and No. I42 I4O of May 0, 1012. Return There never was a time when people and and Mrs. Henry Dutschke, of Amnion, CONTROL YOUR MONEY AND YOU CAN most successful remedy for female ills we limit, June 4. the real merits of Chamberwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Duts know of, and thousands of voluntary lain's Cough Remedy more than now. $2.9S Louisville aud return, Accouut chke Saturda3 testimonials on file in CONTROL Y0URSFIF This is shown by the increase in sales laboratory at Lynn, Mass., the Pinkham General Assembly of Presbyterian seem to prove Miss Mary Uasham was the guest of and voluntary testimonials from per- this fact Learn to save your money and you will have learned of sale: May Church in U. S. A. Dates Mips Esther Payne Thursday one lesson sons who have been cured by it If Of Self control. ' 15, and trains No. I42 hikI 146 of ;il If you want special advice write to 13, ' u" porvausm, you or your ch'ldren are troubled with Lydia .IMiikham Mrs. N. G. Barbee visited her strQiiffthon vnnr n,T&r" Medicine Co. (conf- May 16,20,21. Return limit, June 4, 1012. U1 '""uers or Dusmess. P lou a cough or cold give it a trial and be- idential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will Mrs. A. B. Cashman, and called to aro not so to lumn at conn ufrinn : $2 98, Louisville and return, Account come acquainted with its good qualities. be opened, read and answered by a see Mrs. H. Dowell. keep a little cash ahead. Strenuous Spring Race Meeting May I9I2 saves the first For sale by all dealers. woninu and held in strict coulldcuce. 100 and vet this can in nccnmnlid, Miss Effie Dleckman, of Sample, vis , i, i. Dates of sale: May 10 nnd 11. Return W f :.T ""? ",u ' "uows putting awav 10 ..t. H limit, May 29, 1012. Alao dates of sale, ited relatives here last week. w ,umLl ,l person can tin wtmntanH LETTER SIX YEARS LATE. .,:i.i n.. j See the new Pattern Hats at Mrs. G. May lj, I4, 15, 10, 17, 18, I9, 2O, 21, 22, UNION STAR. 2.'J, 24, 25, 27, 28. Return limit, two W. Payne's. Girl's Acceptance of Proposal Goes days after sale. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Basham, of New. Wo invitl Astray, and Each Weds Another. - awAmui mm us. e Bethel, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Macy Because of the snail-likmanner in Mrs. Nannie Robins has returned satisfaction to yourself, to savr vouk moxev. uro'o vou lor were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tin which Uncle Sam sometimes deliver'! from a two weeks visit to her son, Sam mall Mrs. Jauies Wormser Is not the ius Saturday and Sunday. T FIRST STATE BANK, Irvine-ton- . wife of Cecil C. Morris, both bavin-.- ' Robins, of near Lick Run. Kv. Lional Connor was at home Sunday. Saxton Dutschke was in Hardinsburg married since tlint day six years nco PAYNE, Cashier Don't forget the 10c counter at G. V when the present Mrs. Wormser wrote Monday. The ladies of the Eastern Star Payne's, the best values ever offered. a letter from hur home at Webster B. Lawson, of Hawesville, and will give uu ice cream and D. Springs, W Vn.. nnd accepted the proPeyton Canary, Jr., of Ammons, were supper iu the Masonic Hall here Sat posal of Morris, who resided nt . urday night, June 1. the guests of friends in town Sunday. WANTS BIGGER ARMY. W. Vn. The letter was six years Mrs. Roland Watllngton was culled traveling 200 miles. ami when it final Mrs. Polly Dutschke, of Lodiburg, ly reached Morrh it was too late. The was visiting relatives near Ammons the to the bedside of her brother who was General Carter Urges Increase to Guard Philippines. letter was mailed In 1!0(). It reached first part of last week aud was the very ill at Kkron last week. Ill a discussion of tho provisions of Rlvesvllle, Morrh' former home, two guest Mrs. Will Jolly, of Sample, was in tho liny hill for the rcorgnnlzntlon of unjs nnor it was mailed, us the post- part. of Saxton Dutschke the latter town shopping Saturday. Mr. lutrraeruro you interested? tho military establlshmeut Major Gen mark Hliow. Whore the letter has If so, call on tho eral William II. Carter, U. S. A., starDr. Sbively went to Cloverport Saturbeen all these years cannot bo ascerS. C. Avitt is very ill at present. He -"""""'"'"urorerlnndXolophono&ToloKraph tled the members of the committee tained day. J has been gradually getting worse for him oxpl"i" th Suppok-Inwith his statements repardinpr the dethe failure of tho woman a long time. siMini "Fr- Mrs. G. W. Payne went to Louisville fense of the Insular possessions to answer was a rejection of his proof the Monday. United Stnt es. posal, Morris married another. Tho Julius Slpple and famlly.of Irvlngton, S General Carter said that nn lucrease woman, believing he had changed his and Prof. Rufus McCoy and wife, of Mrs. John Dieckuiau aud Mrs. WilCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE mind after receiving her acceptance, Cloverport, were visiting their father, liam', of Mystic were guests of Mrs. In the army was absolutely necessary & TELEGRAPH COMPANY If this country did not care to glvo tip also married nuother. A. N. McCoy, last week. iJi tlnoorporotod.) IJugene Connor Friday. Its Insular possessions In the Pnclfle -Miss Brook Hall entertained Satur- Mrs. James Tinius, of Holt, wad iu ocean. Thousands of trnlned soldiers of Jup-nSubscribe Rijrht Now. 'day evening. town shopping Saturday. are In tho Philippines now, ho said, aud most of them were sent In there Immediately after the Ilusso-Jpanose war. Army aro convinced that their presence Is n inennce to American authority, as they tire ready to act the moment that any accldeut should cause n realization of the control of tho United States. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR Tho United States Is endeavoring to GASOLINE ENGINE control n population of 18,000,000 In the far east with a force of 14,000 General Carter Is reported to Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 h boon run about havo told tho committee. This forco tho army believes entirely too small. Difficulty was experienced In tilling tho Fifteenth Infantry up to war ' strength In preparation for a call to go "d a n.tur.1 S"flin0, ,?U'"P to Chlnn becauso of tho scarcity of so tag men nnd the small number of regii"?'- 1U'10S0' FV ments available for servlco in tho Philippines. An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business, 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits D. BABBAGE, Louisville Evening Post CIoverDorf. Kv. and Breckenrldge News Cumberland Telephone one year 3.50. No. 46. T WOMAN SICK START YOUR VACATION FUND TWELVE YEARS ji5 I x Hardinsburg, 11 , ,; DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Indiana Veterinary Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist to-d- ay app-eciat- ed SilVino-mnnni- "VTr jmuk-u1uu- v '.":" fU self-denial 11-2- !. ,.., i,, " - uflTy:.!C" e ri'" J. C :: Rives-vllle- 5SSr?4i.-- M RURALTELEPHONES 'zpuyo""":vo Sf5SE5S I s t I .' s- i n n THE OLD RELIABLE olll-c- rs For Sale 15 H. P. BRECKINRIDGE BANK SOLID AS A ROCK FOR boI-dler- UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 40 YEARS rrstdU '".'Hon: Set ,ot 1:--; nSuCuuTIo'X ff'h" $3.50 JN0. 1 Mail Orders Promtply Filled impod'iblo for you to shun) in tho-- o big values by coming to tho storo in person, tlion send n post curd or letter and our Mail Order Department will do tho rest. is If it 1 Bacon a son Railroad Fares Refunded n customers may share in this big snlc nnd at tho same time bo at no traveling expense, as Wo HKIJATK 5 PER CENT of your purchases up to the amount of your round trip railroad fare. Out-of-tow- Anniversary Sale Now Going BEGINS MONDAY, Continues all Week Anniversary Prices Anniversary Sale Prices Anniversary Sale Prices on On Sixty Seven Years of honest merchandising merits the attention of the thinking public. We are celebrating this birthday feast with the biggest sale it has ever been our good fortune to prepare. Big in quantity, big in preparation, biggest in value-givin- g for our friends and patrons. We earnestly invite you to this celebration and we are sure you will be pleased. Only a few of the many bargain feast can be mentioned in this advertisement for the want of space; suffice it, say every department filled to overflowing with inviting merchandise at much less than you would expect to pay. COHEl JVIAY Anniversary Sale Prices on 27m Anniversary Prices Art Needlework Battenbcrg Lambrequin or LITTLE TOTS' WEAR 98c DRESSES cd Clothes Bleached and Brown Sheets; large size, made from a good qnallty of sheettng;hemrr.ed ready Olp for use;sale price, each Lib Hemstitched Shectsjbleach- ed: size 8IX9O In., 85c value; Anniversary Sale price CCn Bleached Sheets:size value for. Sheets, 50 dozen UU sale price $1.25 and $1,50 Battenberg Covers; size 30x30 and 36x86 in. $1 2o Piano Covers; size 27x84 in.; regular price $1.98; flip 67c $1.37 25c PETTICOATS Children's French Dros-c- s in 2- - to sizes; made of lino whito lawn; tucked and trim mud with embroidery insertions; regular 08c drese-- " for 07c Children's French Dtesscd of fine white materials; trimmed with Val. laces and embroidery; in 2 to G yr. sizes; rer. .fl.OS dresses for $1.37 Scarfs; size 18x31 in. . . D. M.C.Cotton Floss; white or colors; dozen. Royal Society Floss; dozen skeins Utopia Luster; Floss; ball dozen Royal Society Ball Manlove Crochet ton; spool O CotCot- Battenburg Clp $l.y8c DRESSES ulh 14c MIo;.$i.50gnido Silk IIosi'; Pure Thread, High-GradBlack Silk Hose with bilk embroidered flower nnd figures regular price $3; during this Mile you can buy them at the special price, pair Thread Silk Hoxo: full fashionoj black thread ho-double garter top; Inch spliced heel; double TM nn e WOMEN'S HOSIERY House Dresses And Sntin-fnced 1150 e; Petticoats Messaline 4) Pet- ticoats, in colors onlj ; regular 51.99 value; sale CI Q7 price 1.0 OliUU each (Children's Muslin Petticoats with ''l 8IX9O in ;69c uUli Cfln JUL 25c 30c 7c 7ic 4c $1 OS 9'Jc 17c waists attached and finished with hemstitched rufllo or cluster tucks; Ivcg 25c values; An. Sale price 17c Second Floor. Bacon & Sons 1 Our Sixty-Sevent- h Anniversary Sale Mercerized Gauze Hose; full fashioned sheer Mercerized Gauze Hose; fast black; 50c quality; 3 iyr pairs for $1.00; pair . qQ(J Children's Socks; Children 's Fancy Top Full Fashioned Socks; size- - 4 to 8; 25c quality; sale price, a r Pair IOC First Floor J. Dacon & Sons IMH&JSg0MK Messaline Petticoats, in black and colors; regular $3.9S M 07 All-sil- k values 4)1.0 Heatherbloom Taffeta Petti coats; in colors onl) : regular ?r1!S..v:.,.u:Lfc.a!!... . 87c House 1 Anniversary Sale Prices a ton; spool N.T. Crochet Crashes, Towels Towels; bleached Turkish Towels; heavy double thread; hemmed ready for use: towels that would sell readily at 3oc; 1 "7p priced for this sale Towels: double warp Bleach During This Anniversary Sale we Wil Feature Jap Linen Tablecoversjsize 30x30 and 36x30 in. Reg. $125 $1.50 S1.75 S8c Sale p63c 70c X54, 18x45, and 18x30 in. $15 Stylish Trimmed Hats at at Jap Linen Scarfs; size IS fc I I k. ed Hemmed Hemmed Turkish Towels; good 13c Reg'rly,$l 10,81.25,1.50, 25 value 10c . Sale price 55c, G3c, 75c,1.13 TurkTowels; Jap Linen Scarfs; 13x72 in. Untrimmed Hats 'Plumes Regularly.$l 50 $1 08 82 25 ish Towels: extra large size; Sale price.. 75c 9c $1.13 values up to 20c; sale 10'p I fc2u 500 untrimmed Hats, in all colors and 3 ply hand-tieWil low Plumes; 2G in. Balcony J. Bacon & Sons price sizes,; pure quality chip and Mi- - (TM long; 2G in. wide; $15 values; ftp QP Towels; large size Hemmed Ian; values up to $0; cnnic6 'ale price uDivlO 0 I lOO Huok Towels: 12c values; Anniversary Prices we decidedly the best towels Aigrettes Flowers have ever offered at, Olp U3u each 1,000 bunches beautiful flowers; in a.l White Heron Aigrette; 12 spiays to Thompson's Glove - fitting tho new ellects; values up to $1.50; OCn the bunch; 3S in. long; S3. 50 val- - On Bleached Towel; large-sizeCorsets; of best quality tbat-istZOu per bunch ve; sale price Bath Towels in an extra long-hiEn mode'; boned throughout with for Jb Very Special nonrustable steels; finished with 2 pairs heavy web sup Bleached liarnsley Crash porters; bust drawstring and Wear Hats; value? up to $3.50 500 Untrimed and Keady-t- o abdpminal hooks; reg- - QTn 17 inches wide; a linen crash choice at only ... , u.ar $1 50 value Ofu that would sell freely at Tip Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons 10c; priced for this bale 12li & G Corsets; in R. model, with long hip and All linen Crash; revcr rd gores; finished with Crash; plain white and white 75c plain Black Satin A Cn Anniversary Prices embroidery top, drawstring Anniversary Prices Duchess; IS in. wide.. rJU and three pairs good hose sup- with fancy border; an extra And t porters; regular ?1 5O Corset; heavy crash 51 25 plain black Satin lCn priced for this'special Q7f at a low price, Messaline; 36 in. wide, db event at Ulu yard 1.23 Black Peau de Soie. 05c Black Chiffon Taffeta; First Tloor J. lUojn Si Sons 100 dozen Pillowcases; size Brassieres; of line batiste; 18 in. wide. 81.25 Black Chiffon 65c Black Satin QCn 15x,6 inches: bought specially handsomely trimmed and Taffeta.a yard OJb Messaline 18 in. wide; for this sale; values up Iflp made with relntorceu una- r 37c Both are 3(1 in. wide the yard arms; 9Qc values; Books! Books! to lgc; choice t ... lUli 47c First Floor J. Bacon & Sons large hemmed; Spreads; sale price Plain Black TafAny 50c Book in the house, size; $1 39qualitj; sale 95C feta; 36 in. wide; $1 quality; Brassieres of good cambric; price Anniversary Prices sale price, C"Jn finished with embroidery in- including the late ones, such Damask Bedspreads; a yard J lb sertion and linen lace edge; as Uirl ot the Ltmoeriost, lorge size; made to sellextra for 50c values; sale Plain Black Swiss Taffeta Linens 3.00; 27c The Master's Violin 37c price sale price Silk; 30 in wide; $l.2: TCp $2.17 etc. quality;sale price yard Second floor, J. Bacon & Sons llulcony J. Ilacon ft Sous 3rd Floor Anuux J iiucou & Sous db Damask in heavy-weight The most elegant, tho most refined looking Hats we have ever had the pleasure to show at $5.00. The foundations are of Milan, chip, hair and hemp; the trimmings are flowers, ribbons, fancy feathers, wings and plumes. As thero are at least fifty distinct styles in the lot, it will be a comparatively easy matter to select a suitable model. Hats that are worth all tho way up $15.00 $5,00 for quality chambrey; in excellent 5O values; stvle.S Q7p variety of patterns; 72 inches sale price wide; values up to SI. Is; dur Long Kimonos in handsome Ing this sale we price it 77n floral design lawn of good a quality; 9SC values, resWhite Mercerized Table ale price .. Lineu; U.J inches wide; 50c nnd Second Floor I. li.icon .. Sons nnd 60c values; sale Qfln price, yard JUb Turkey Red Damask: ulaid nnd floral designs; ISO inches wide; 35c value ZZC yard Blenched Duck Dmusk; all linen; 72 inches wide; variety of Rood desirable designs; 51 50 value; sale price, Q7n l Dresses ot good jli lib Jli i i i 0) Old In Years Modern In yard ab Methods d Anniversary Prices nr Veiling-- , Neckwear Anniversary Sale Corsets, Brassieres e; p nr U-.1- OD . 95c low-bu- st 17-in- double-weigh- lip lib Spreads Pilllowcases Black Silks - Oil-boile- d Table .1 All-Lin- Sl.00 Foulards 57c price Foulards in styles Fichus and Large Sailor and colorings that are exceedingly 26 pieces Back Collars; made of lawn in the handsomest goods; as lot; reguUr ?l embroidered and trimmed long as they lat. price, a with dainty Val. or Ciuny yrd i 57c Laco; bOc and 75s nnn values; sale price.... Lib 85" Foulards 50. Maline Bows; made of 23 inchShower-prooFoulwater proof Maline; white, ards; choice of t an elegant black and colors; 23c 1C variety of designs whien are value 3C principally n the First Floor Annex J. Bacon ed culetandmv) muih-dest- r blues; S5c & Sons. suk.s lur Wash Veils; i yards long with Princess and fancy laco edges; a beautiful as- JTn sortment; 75c to 51 25. f 10 Automobile Veils of chiffon with hemstitched bord r all around ;1"' yards long; yard wide; choice of white, blac' and all colors; 51 n" values Oil Round Dutch Collars of Venice and Baby Irish lace; beaytiful styles; also large Quaker back collars; would be hard to duplicate them under 1; sale Aln 1 Silks 2." Silks $1.00 Silks 55c inch Fine Jacquard and Brocaded Messaline Silks in navy blue, cadet blue, tan, rose and green; values up to 51 for.yard.... 65c 53c PoularJs J3c much-wante- Satin Foulards in the new and desirable designs, includd ing the cadet and navy blues; regular 50c and o'3c silks; this sale a yard 3;)C fb h ffo to be the means of bringing some people to light, where they can help their A good question to ask a city person fellows. The Jeffersonian. when he is thinking of locating iu the country before you encourage him to Heavy, Impure blood makes a come is this: "Will you consider muddy, pimply, complexion, headyourself a resident of this community aches, nausea,indigestion. Thin blood and take part In the progressive move- makes you weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, sound digestion, use ments for the benefit of the town?' Blood Bitters. $1.00 at all stores City people, as a rule, come to the country for the purpose of enjoying the fresh country air, away from the city's Attended The Woman's dust, dirt and smoke, and to live In Missionary Meeting. God's all out-o- f doors, where the trees and flowers are lovely and where the Those who attended the Woman's birds "make music all the day," and forget all about their Missionary meeting at The Temple many of them neighbors who are trying to boost the from Cloverport were: Mrs. Robert community. In the city a man may not Pierce, Mrs Allen Kingsbury, Mrs. know his next door neighbor, but in Shelby Conrad, Mrs, Nannie Ferry, the country it Is different. We have a Mrs, W. H. Bowmer, M.s. Virgil and the Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis. higher and better aim In life that of not only living for self, but for our broNow is the time to get rid of your ther) as well. rheumatism. You can do it by applyIt Is very noticeable that some city ing Chamberlain's Liniment and maspeople come to a country community saging the parts freely at each applicaand never show themselves at a public tion. For salo by All dealers. gathering of any kind. They could, possibly, give some reason for not do- Glad To Get The News In N. Y. ing so, but surely not a good reason. A rommunity that la not worth your asDear Mr. Babbage: Please send is not worth sistance and living In. And when you help tq build paper to 80 West 105th Street, I am glad cousin Ola Hardin gave me the MP your own community, you are adyour own property, dear old News I will enjoy it so much-- be ding to the value of next lest thing to some Cloverport if you have any, and While tiis In the smallest reason for taking part in the people coming to New York city. I Bur-doc- K Bab-bage City People In The Country. activities of the people, still it ought wls.i somebody would make the trip The Dawson family, living near Tar grains in a hill four feet apart. Ily plantGreater New York. this summer. I would certainly like to Springs, Is putting in 51(i acres of tobac- ing this way he makes 40 to 51) bushels see anybody. co. to the acie, Well, are you all supporting Wilson, John T. Sermon, Glen Dean, planted The nicest, cleanest and most enFrank De.m, Glen Dean, shipped a I wonder? I enclose Maurice Ketten last week acres of tobacco and has car load of hogs Siturday, tertaining show that has come dawn the product Cartoon, what about suffragists? I am eight acres more to plant. Uc has 45 of his the river this year, was seen by a large farm. luke warm, I wish La Follette could be acres of corn which he Is giving its first Cloverport audience last Tuesday night Dunk Powell and two daughters, IrPresident. Rodsevelt preferable to plowing. when Greater New York played here. vine and Margnretle, Glen Dean, went Taft. So much for my politics. Squire Thos. Bates says a belled buzJas. Bannielli, manager, and his to Louisville Friday to visit their grand Yours truly, zard flew over his place last Sunday wife should be thanked and enco.ir,! mother, Mr. Maxwell. Dunk says he for giving E. O. Alexander. afternoon. s a show, with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Haggan, of Mer has six children aud tiever haves home people In the cast. Any town can for a trip ithout takiuy two along with Executrix Notice. cer county, came down last week to get afford to patronize the Greater New his deed to the Henderson farm which him. York show, which is by far, the most B. W. Carter, Irviugton, says he has acceptable one given on "All persons having claims against he bought some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. the boat here 36 of the finest lambs he ever raised. this season. the estate of Chester B. Beavin, deceas- Haggan were highly pleased with their J. M. Rhode, Webster, planted 1C0 ed, are notified to present or send them purchase. They will move here about For any itching skin trouble, plies 1 when they get possession acres in corn and two acre9 in tobacco. to the undersigned executrix of his es- December of the place. Mr. and Mrs. Haggan He will plant six acres more in tobacco eczema, salt rheum, hives, Itch, scald tate, duly proven as required by law, Hh has 15 acres good wheat. head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Ointment on or before the 1st day of July, I9I2. are citizens of whom any community Frank Cart, Union Star, went to Lou is highly recommended. flOc a box at may be proud of, and they will receive Mary A. Beavin, sville Monday. all stores. Executrix of the estate of Chester B. a hearty welcome when they come. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson have not Beavin, deceased P. O., Cloverport, It would surprise you to know of the yet decided where they will move. It Exciting Base-Ba- ll Game. Ky.' hoped that they will remain with us great good that is being done by is Darius Dowand make this county their home, None Chamberlain's Tablets. Cloverport had a treat last Wednes-da- y ney, of Newberg Junction, N. B., of their friends want them to leave. afternoon at the West Knd BaseJohn Nevltt and Ernest Heudersou writes, "My wife has beenuslngCham-berlaln- 's ball Park when the Fats and Leans Tablets and finds them very made the largest delivery of wool at Ir- played an exciting game. The score effectual and doing her lots of good," vtngtou Saturday. was 10 to 11 in favor of the Fats. A Wallace Foote's new d welliug is ready If you have any trouble with your fair crowd attended and many are anxwill be a handsome, sub- stomach or bowels give them a trial. ious for the roof for more games on Wednesdays. Nat Newman, living near Plsgah, is stantial homeIt with eight For sale by All Dealers. far advanced with spring plowing and halls, double porch, frout room, two veranda, 28 Lame back is usually caused by rheuDr. Boone in Louisville is now turning under some good botwindows, 16 doors. Mat Hemlertou is matism of the muscles of the back, for tom land. doing, the work. Dr Hilliary lloone Is in Louisville at- which you will find BOthiasr better than Leonard Keenan Is planting thirty Geo. Asbcraft, Iiviugton, phnted 10 tending the State Dental Association ex- - Chamberlain's Lisiment. For acres in tobacco on the old Mullen sale by acrts iu corn latt week by baud, two pects to be home tonight. farm. Mr. Philips is helping him, All Dealers. 11 lirst-clasfirst-class " ", 1 Wbaf s Doing Among Farmers , - nrrri infi' THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF. Editor and Publisher KCt'ORTOP THE CONDITION Of THE IlEl'OKT OP THH CONDITION OP THE Bank of Cloverport Breckinridge Bank doing business Issued Every Wednesday. RESOURCES and DisLoans CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29 1912 with counts one or more or endorsers Subscription price SI. 00 a year in advance. 513,376 20 sureties HUSINKSS LOCALS 10c per line, and oc for each additional Real Estate insertion. Mortgages I5 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of Time Loans on Collateral 7.721 61 13 cents per lino. tine, money Due from Nation 20,-13- EIGHT PAGES. Breckinridge, state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18 day of May, I9I2 at Cloverport. county of doing business at the town of Clover-porcounty of Breckinridge, state of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18 day of May, 1012 t, WANTED! and Better Poplar Lumber inches thick, 10, 12 and 14 feet long; Dry preferred but will take it green from tho saw, for which I will pay highest market price. 1, 20,000 Feet No. 1 Common 2 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers or $ surities Real Estate U and 05,300 60 I carry n complete stock of 17,317 7 Mortgages.. fjl."'27 9 Call Loans on 14,949 M , 34,333 (2 OBITUAMES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per 3,701 57 al lljnks United States in advance. and National Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please Bank Notes... 2,032 13 notify us. 1,101)52 Specie Cueoks and other Collateral... 3,701 57 BUILDING MATERIAL Time Loans on Collateral... Other Stocks, Bonds, etc... 3,a21 65 Due from Nat "0 4S S7 79.O24U 32,137 63 211,043 U6 Windows, Doors, Mouldings, Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Crushed and Foundation Stone, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Floor Finishes, "Window and Door Framesand other Pinning Mill work niado to order. Concreting, Stone and Urick Work at tho lowest possible prices consistent with good workmanship and material. Prices and estimates on application. JUIIAYAF BUSINESS FUi .VJJtUJl. For ninety per cent of the steam railway milence of the United State- - the aggregate of the operating revenues for March showed an increase of$12,661,901 as compared with March 11)11. Operating exe penses showed an increase of $ 12,152,31 and net operating revo-tian increase of 509,507. This increase in the total of net opoiating revenue was due solely to the larger returns incident to an increase in railway mileage. AVhen the returns are measured by the average per mile, the only depioper basis for comparison, the net operating rcvt'iiue. shows a of lino for March, 1911. crease. The average was 000 per mile per cent less than This average for 1911 was twelve and eight-tenth- s for March, 1910. Railway taxes for March amounted to :j;9,o7G,575, 01 $44 per mile, an incieasc of S per cent over March, 1911 The.e compilations were made by the lJuieau of Railway Economics from lcporiM. of the railway companies for the month in question that had been tiled with the Intel state Commerce Commission prior to May 10th. W. S. Tinslcy, County Clerk of Ohio County, and the following Mack Cook, Arnold J. Pollard and D. S. Chamborlain called on Col. Mike Crahan at his crusher on the Branch last week. They came up to investigate the rock business an ' look at the plant with n view of buying it to cru:?h rock for building pikes in Ohio county. The atone costs them $2,200 per mile delivered at station; the grading and other work runs the cost up to $4,000 per mile, but they are building pikes all the same. J. A. ,'ohnson, who was with the party, told the News that he had secured $4,000 in cash from farmers living on the road to build three miles and the county would appn piiatc the balance. They have no stone in Ohio county suitable they say they ate bound to have them at any to build pike rond.-,bcost. 'I he port! road spirit is abroad in that county. They are not only talking good roads but they are building them and coming to Breckcnridgc county to get the material. It does seem to u that Breckcnridgc ought to get a move on her and build pikts. Wo have the rock on the ground and can get it for the asking. "We ought to get out of our old poky ways and get down to business. Heie we have any amount of material, we've got the money too, and why not do it? We have spent $225,000 in the last road in the fifteen years and haven't got a mile of good, first-cla- -s to show for it! This squandering of the peoples' money county should be stopped. Every dollar we pay for road work goes into the is a utters and no benefits arc derived from it. Our farce and a sham! The tax payeis arc getting tired of it. The roads in Breckcnridgc aic in a worse condition now than they have been in We don't know whose fault it is but 'tis tiue nevertheless. year-- . When will this wa.-t-e of our good money stop? rrmgis-uates: ut road-workin- cash Items (so- Overdrafts cured) Current Expenses Paid Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets not included under any of above headi 76 43 ' ional Banks. 37 7d 893 23 1,206 00 Due from Banks 78 State and 2 02 bankers United States and National Bank Notes.. Specie 'and Checks cash other Item's 32,139 6j fntiTrorfc Villi llaLlo Carpentering, Painting,' Plastering, 5,284 00 4,691 I3 9,0?. 13 MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, Ky. 120 IS -- 2,207 40 50.S91 00 4M 42 520 71 444 42 520 7I Total LIABILITIES Stccft Capital paid in. In cash Surplus Funds. .3 2,609 lS Undivided Profits 1,392 S9 Deposits subject to check (on 17,033 W Overdrafts(un- secured) Tuxes Current Ex penses 213 32 1,136 40 . .. m Paid. 515,000 00 ),002 04 Real Estate House c w IWcV -- Banking 3,724 ' 71 l -. A -- t Mi J Vli 41f a n jr i'." v.- - i .r 'i ., "N . - "i j X.v ... . 3-- which interest is uot paid)... Time Certificates- of Deposits (on which Interest Fixtures ... Other Assets not included under any of above heads 29.S92 S6 2,000 00 $.50,894 90 Furniture and 2.J27 83 14.") 58 7 747 00 paid) Notes and Bills rediscouoted.. is 12.S54 23 2,000 00 - Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in $ 45,100 00 cash 7,000 00 Surplus Funds. 95 $261,871 77 . Total - $45,100 00 STATE OF KENTUCKY ) Set. County of Breckinridge) Undivided I, Paul Lewis, cashier of the above 3,001 Profits named bank, do solemnly swear that Deposits sub the above statement Is true to the best ject to check of my knowledge and belief. (on which InPaol Lewis. Cashier terest is not Subscribed and sworn to before mo paid) 08,846 this 25 day of May, I9I2. Time Certifi My commission expires January 10, cates of De1914. posits (on Marlon Weatherholf, in- which Notary Public B. C. terestis paid 137,323 ( John A. Barry Correct Attests R. L. Oelze Total ( F. P. Payne 10,601 95 16 CONSERVATISM! GO 206,169 S2 "!?201,S71 77 Directors STATE OP KENTUCKY ) County of Breckinridge ) s t ' I, A. B, Skillman. cashier of the above good crops of alfalfa can be grown. It named bank, do solemnly swear that can be furnished by acid phosphate, nnd perhaps ground rock the above statement is true to the best phosphate. Bone meal is a reliable of my knowledge and belief. A. B Skillman, Cashier source. At least three to four hundred and sworn to before me pounds the acre should bo applied broadcast after the land Is prepared this 23 day of May, I9I2. My commission expires January 10, for seeding, andshould be disked in. I9I4. Probably there Is sufficient potassMarion Weatherholt, ium In all of our soils to last for a great Notary Public B. C. M. Beard, many years. This becomes available The News lias secured from County Court Clerk, II. f S. P. Conrad rapidly enough for plant requirements an interesting article on the law governing the recordir g of legal Correct Attest W. II. Bowmer lO. T. Skillman reading of this article which appears in another column in soils well supplied with organic bone-mea- l, g Sub.-crlbe- That is what our bank stands for but we do not interpret conservatism, to mean that we FREEZE UP and have no money to accomodate our customers everytime a little financial flurrv comes along. OUR CONSERVATISM enables us to do a safe, yet liberal banking business,' and AT ALL TIMES to have money to meet anv reasonable r'emdnd and assist worthy Industries. We do not indulge in speculative enterprises; we are In the BANKING business. Financially .sound men of this community who are behind our bank make it SOLID AS A ROCK. J A V Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50000 THE BANK OF HARDINSDURG Surplus $22,500 & TRUST CO., Resources $372,600 :: HardlRsburg, Ky. d Jg papers. The our interwill impress all of us with the importance of the important transactions written into the ests by having a record of books ut llardinsbucg. It amounts almost to criminal neglect on the part of the parent und husband to fail to protect the intetests of wife ar.d child by coi ducting business on such a loose policy that would fail to icquiio this necessary precaution. Every community is full of pitiful exnmples of this gro-- s neglect, and it would be but an act of wisdom to go over your n Hairs now and see that all the transactions require lecording be recorded. safe-guardi- the it S IIIKIII u vessel TL. UI "I""! " Mid MlulllU i ng matter. Soils in a lifeless condition through exhaustion of organtic matter are not suited for alfalfa. The organtic content must be increased either by applying manure or by plowing uuder green crops State, but under very favorable con- At least two tons the acre to attempt to raise It. When success- should bo used. If the ground limestone fully crown, it Is perhaps the most cannot be obtained, use a ton or a ton profitable crop that can be produced and a half ot burned lime the acre. Perfect Drainage Too much burned lime may be harmAllalfa requires a perfectly drained ful to the soil. After the land Is plowsoil. The roots must have air as well ed, spread the lime evenly, and disk it. as moisture. No soil is well enough Perhaps the chief cause of failure with drained for alfalfa when the water alfalfa in this State has been the destands nearer than threo feet from the ficiency of carbonate lime in the soil. surface for more than two or three days There is no possibility of success In its even in a wet time, The drainage absence. On the station farm, a typical may be tested by diyginc three or four limestone soil, an application of lime feet and watching closely to see how almost doubled the yield of alfalfa. lonj,' water stands. If the water stands A Fertile Soil la Required for a longer period than stated above, tile drainage Is required. Choose the An acre of good alfalfa will make best naturally drained land on the farm three or four tons of hay each year. for alfalfa. This requires much plant food. Soils Alfalfa demands an abundance of must be well supplied with phosphorus carbonate of lime. Few soils even In and potassium If the crop is to succeed. of the soil in a class tumbler Moisten well, and pour on some acid. If carbonate of Alfalfa In Kentucky lime Is present, a slight ell'ervescence will occur similar to that produced by muratlc acid on limestone, but. of course, not so pronounced. If no efferAlfalfa In Kentucky vescence takes place, the soil needs Alfalfa demands certain soil condi- limestone. Ground limes one should tions before it will thrive. Provide these be used if it can be secured. It is safe it is probable that It ccnditions and to apply and most effective. There Is can be frown on any soil In the State. no danger of getting too much on the provided, it is useless druf store, l'lace a sample Helpful Article On Growing Unless they are land. the limestone reylonscontaln sufficient If properly inoculated, the plants can lime for alfalfa requirements. Except- procure mostof their nitrogen from the ions are the limestone hills where the air when grown on a soil stone Ib near the surface and the soil containing an abundance of carbonate full of limestone pebbles. A test for of lime. Outside of the bluegrass area well-drain- carbonate of muriatic acid. lime may be made with phosphorus is deficient In nearly all Secure some at the soils. This must be supplied before Well Prepared Seed Bed The seed bed must not contain many weeds, else they will choke out the alfalfa before it is well established. If the land is very foul, it may be necessary to grow one or two cultivated crops to destroy weeds before sowing alfalfa. A sure method of eradicating weeds is to break the land early in the spring and prepare the seedbed. Then cultivate the land at frequent intervals until planting time. Do not stir deeply again before planting. Another methed in which the use of the land Is not lost for the year is to raise a crop of early potatoes. Keep perfectly free from weeds, the potatoes are removed in sufficient time to prepare a good seed bed for alfalfa. Inoculation Is Necessary In order that alfalfa may obtain nitrogen from the air, nodules must be produced on the roots of the plants. Unless these are present the plants will draw their nitrogen from the soil supply as in the case of other crops. Inoculation is usually necessary, as the proper bacteria for alfalfa are seldom present in soils new to the crop. Inoculation Is best accomplished by applying soil from an established alfalfa field in which the plants have nodules on the roots About 200 pounds of soil the acre is applied and Immediately har rowed in so the hot sun will not destroy the bacteria. Soil from a sweet clover patch will also answer. If neither of these soils is available, the artificial laboratory cultures may be used. Directions for using accompany these cultures. An inoculated soil is abso lutely essential. The best time to seed In Kentucky Is from August 10 to September 1. Spring seeding s seldom advisable in this A ditions may prove successful. Wt it for a good shower if the soil is dry. Sow fifteen to twenty pounds of seed the acre and cover with a smoothing harrow. Derminatlon Is rapid and the plants will be up in five or six days, if the soil is moist. Do not clip or disturb in anv way after planting. Cutting and Curing Alfalfa Alfalfa is ready to cut when part of the blooms have appeared. As the plants do net always bloom, it is safe to rely upon this indication however. The beat method of determination is by examining the crown of the plant. When the young shoots or buds appear the alfalfa should be cut. Do not delay cutting, or the next crop will be injured. The best hay is made when most of the curing is done in the shock. The hay should be allowed to wilt, but the The leaves should uot become dry. It should then be raked Into small windrows and shocked. After curing la the shock for a day or so, depending upon the weather, the shocks should be opened, i and after a few hours' drying the hy is in condition to be hauled in. which embodied men's greatest skill and ingenuity in ship liuilding, starling out on her maiden voyage across the ocean. Her builders, her captain, her crow and every passenger had absolute faith in tho staunchness of this great ship; but there was and because of this, carelessness, not enough life brats wore provided. Tho last orders from tho bridge of tho Titanic beforo she mado her final plunge into tho mjghty ocean was "WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST " Tho sea of life is no less perilous; tilled with as many icobevgs and obstacles; human life is as uncertain as tho voyage of the Titanic. Take warning provide life boats. Modern society has no moro staunch life boats than thoso provided by a life insurance policy with tho over-assurance, Here was i 1- v' i '$ . Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, N. J. Leading Annual Dividend Company. Organized 1845 DAVIS D. DOWELL, Salesman, uarainsDurg, Ky. Says Forgiveness Pays Judgo O'Sullivan in tho Court of General Sessions suspended sentence Saturday on James J. McCarly, a soventeen-year-o- ld raessongor boy who had pleaded guilty to tho larcenoy of $29 from the United District Messenger Company, by which ho was Tho susnonsion of sen tence was granted at tho request of General Manager Rayons of tho messenger company, who said that ho always found it paid to forgive tho first oifoncos of tho boys with whom ho had como in contact. "In my experience," Mr. Rayen em-nlove- d. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS said, have employed about 10,- Some of them are now occupying rosponsiblo positions. 1 havo always found that forgiveness for tho first offonso has paid. Show thorn the error of their ways 000 boys. BANK "I and nino out of ton will not fall again.1' Mr. Rayons sa'd that McCarty had madetdfititution and that tb company would take him back. New York Sun. V TShe Breckenridge News 20, 1912 Wi&ae?aa& an ss2 - ;3s3?;aH3K2's3F3M' WEDNESDAY, MAY. I 1 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BT IMt ADVERTISING 1 jWa.nts. iSwat The Ply! Tor Sale liiijiiiibJ.iMyiiijj.iJi'j.ifijy ji w Li ' rti i iwmli mjjji jtm jmu hi Pension Certificates Cr.TMFIC'ATK At tho NYwn oflleu, An exnet copy of those Issued by the IVnslon Offlce. Oct one now before they nro all gone. DENlON NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES For Sale Store House Homo nnd lot on tlio Turnpikes 1'rlcc time. For particulars wrltoJAH 9AIILIK, Cloverport, Ky. tf " MY RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR !OIl SALE SALH-t-RO- OM HOUSE $ 2 50 For Precinct and city Offices I 5.00 Offices For County For State nml District Offices.. ..$ ! 0 10 Tor Calls, per line 10 Hue For Cards, per All Publications in tbe InterFor est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Hoihc vrltli nice vo riinim iinn good mumiiKiinas, well, nnd SOncresof roou hind rlht nt tlio railroad A riurcr.f.illlnR spring near by. A ktutlon Rood pluco for n grocery store or 11 blacksmith shop TkU property Is at Itockvnle, UrieKIn ridge county. Ky Tor further pirtleuluri, A , 1111 vt tltiwi?-- ) JIIU IIV IVUVIHtilU't .1. II I AUIIREY Vi Tor Sale COIl SAl.n A h liorso power stationery 1 Oas Knutnc; Watklns mike. In Rood HrickenrldRc Ncns. Ciovcrvort, Ky. lr r W Killers 5c and 10c Tanglefoot Fly Paper Daisy Fly Killer Star Fly Killer Pyramid Fly Catcher .' LOCAL BREVITIES ft 'h .J. Uncon & Sons' Dept. Store As It Look Today X For Sale COUSAI.E Deeos, MortRnKesiind all kinds of leRiil bliinlH. llrcckenrldge News, Cloverport. Ky. 1 Fresh fish at Weisenberger's. Mrs. Frank Fraize went to Louisville Sam Keith has returned home from Elizabethtown. Dr. Dempster, of Glen Dean, was In Louisville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Satterfield went to Louisville Saturday. Claude Mercer was at the Victoria Hotel in Louisville Friday. Fried fish served at all hours of the day at the English Kitchen. Mrs. John A. Ross attended the Missionary meeting in Loulsvillr. Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Hardinsburg, Is the guest of Mrs. Forrest Lighfoot. Mrs. Hoffious Behen and Miss Louise Babbage spent Thursday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Harder and son, . Rodgers, are visiting relatives in Fords-ville- Irvington Dairy Line Col. J. II.Goisuch will deliver in nny quantity to families in Irvington MILK, CREAM, BUTTER twice a clay at 4 o'clock, a. m., and G o'clock, p. m. Good, prompt service. AND Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, jrandmothcr, and Aunt Mary, and then the quaint pictures- of father and mother taken jut aftei the wnr money couldn't buy I hem from you. Are you forgetful of the fact that future generations would cherish just tuck pictuie of you i At Hnrilinshurg this week, and at - For Sale! A Beautiful Home In West Point, Begin Early to Get Rid ot Flies Ky, Irvington Monday. C. G. BRABANDT Photoguai'iikR Mrs. Anna Huff, of Owensboro, is the guest of Air. and Mrs. James Sahlie this week. Miss Elizabeth Skillman has returned from Belmont College to her home at I Yowr Patronage Wanted HErOKT OF Till: CONDITION OK TI1H On UiverSt., fronting the Ohio river; G nice lots, iv friimc house, large, 8 rooms, two consisting of halls, front & buck porches, the back one being sci coned in; two large cisterns, with water works up stairs and down; natural gas in tho hou&e. Ucarnig fruit trees, grape vines, insnberrica and strawberries. A good barn and good Beautiful shado trees and good sidewalks. The property is within a few yards of the school house. For further particulars, address out-houes. J. 0 C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. A Party Every Day! Invite your friends to vour home I'toin afternoon, then brinix them to our 1 to 5 lock any BEAUTIFUL SODA FOUNTAIN for leficshmcnts. This will be tlio mean-- , of increas in; sociability unci bre.ikinir the monotony of everyday living and eatinr. I Morganfield. Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of Hinton. "V. Va., was the guest of Mrs. D. H. Col. H. Severs last week. Miss Schmidt, of Louisville, ib the Irvington, Ky. guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Carter, at Welcome Hall. Mrs. Silas Miller and son, Robert Lee, and Miss Myrtle Withers are viiit-in- g at $3.23 an acre Mr. Ahl bought the land as an investment. near Hardinsburg. Adis Kramer has a canoe that's a Mrs. J. H. Wills and Miss Gensie Saturday to beauty. His parents gave it to him for Wills went to Owensboro a commencement present and he and visit Mrs. Lucy Temple. p.iddling up and down Mrs. H. V. Duncan has returned his friends enjoy Louisville after a visit to the river nearly every day.' home from John D. Babbage, Jr., left Monday Mr. and Mrs Dan Duncan. PhilaBenton Eubanks and little afternoon for a business trip to Mrs. Mr. David delphia and New York. daughter, Alice Cleo, of Frankfort, are Mailalieu, of Boston, was here from gue ts of Mrs. Robert Polk. Louisville bunday and Monday as the Mrs O. C. Shellman and daughter, guest of Mr. Babbage. Miss Mabel Kathtrine, of Sample, are Miss Iva Wine, formerly of this city, visiting friends at Skillman. has a splendid position as book keeper i Mr JSJurvin Miller, who lives near in The Herald office at Decatur, 111. Hardin School House, was seriously She is extremely pleased with her new hurt recently by a mule kick in his home and work and consequently is First State Bank, doing business at the town of Irving- ton, County of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky at the close of business on the ISth day of May, I9I2. RESOURCES W, G. Hardaway, Irvington, Ky. R. F. D. No. J. Gorsuch 20 Friends Can lie Given a Good Treat For $1.00! O CZIOED BALL OOO CHOCD O Leans and Disconts with one or more endorsers or sure556.207 ties Keal Estate Mort lo,475 eat'es Time Loans on Co4,748 llateral - & MILLER How much more fun would you want than to give 20 persons a jolly time at the feoda Fountain? Ik'injr happy - nmkiiiir other- - happy try the Golden lvitlc by spending a niclde on someone old or young. Get the habit of dtopping in and taking an lee Cream Chocolate Soda, A pineapple Sunday, A Cherry Phosphate any of the-- e foi oc at -9U ' Livery, Feed and Sale Stable S7 IS 856, Kil 9S 71 15,45.'5 11 Bus Meets all Trains The IRVINGTON PHARMACY Ky. 0 Due from Nation1",Jo3 H.110 00 al Banks Sper.ie Checks and Hardinsburg, cznonzD o : Irvington, Ky. HOE 5 C other 1,0:12 21 p o czzioezd m son . . 3 c hoc ) I o cash items Overdrafts(secured) Overdrafts (unsecured) 1,132 21 4S0 OS Sill 33 777 41 t ' face. Dr W. B Taylor, of Irvington, went home Saturday and will attend the Denul Association this week in Louis- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner and son, Hugh, will move to Irvington next week. They will spend several weeks visiting in Winchester before going to Irvington to live. Sam Ahl, living on the Burdette farm on the pike, purchased last week forty acres of land on the Stephensport road 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. Current Expenses 697 32 Paid Estate Keal attaining success there. Banking House... 1,000 00 Mrs. Chas. Kiel and Mrs. Bob Pierce Furniture ' and went to Louisville yesterday to see MUs 0,307 13 L6O9 81 Fixtures Jane Hambleton be graduated as a Total $M,i6'2 41 trained nurse from Norton's Infirmary. is visitLIABILITIES Mrs. Carr, of Elizabethtown, ing her daughter, Mrs. J. Proctor Capital Stock paid Keith. $13,000 00 in, in cash Mrs. John Allen Murray and Miss Surplus Funds 1,11s 13 Donald Murray will leave Friday for Undivided Profits.. 1,1.2 19 2,20731 New York, where they will be the Deposits subject to guests Mr. John Allen Murray for sevcheck (on which eral weeks before going to Atlantic Interest Is no pald)3l,592 57 Highlands, N. J., where they will oc- Deposits subject to cupy a cottage for the summer. check (on which Courier-Journinterest is paid)..3 312 56 65,005 I3 Miss Coco Brashear, of West Point, ToTAIi... i?33,162 14 and her guest, Miss Bonita Thompson, . STATE OF KENTUCKY of Amarilo, Texas, who arrived Friday County of Bre:kenrid(,'e focc to visit Mr. and Mrs. James Randall, I, J. C. Payne, Cashier of the above were given a delightful party that evenMisses named Bank, do solemnly swear that ing by their host and hostess. Brasher and Thompson have enjoyed a the above statement Is true to the best great deal of attention during the last of my knowledge and belief. J. C. Payne, Cashier. four days. Motion picture show and Subscribed and sworn to before me motor parties and other charming this 21st day of May, 1912. T. N. McGlothlan, Notary Public. MnkaM ) My Commission expires February 14' al 1 Francis Sawyer, Jeannette Uurn, Hertha Walls, Louise and Mildred Messrs. Rutber Pate, Dwlnht Randall, James Skillman, Fred Pierce, Johnjarboe, Frank Moorman and Mrs. Skillman. Hab-ban- e, wriM f ffl 9 if W7 - ji. wixiic&aMMfsnv & a AM v as na is n i nm tM I B "1 IM--, nsMuxy I IS fZXJTB:WWBem Mm OF LOCAL INTEREST Some People We Know, And We Will Profit By Hearing About Them. This is a purely local event. UW S M-Wk. i h 000U Fire, Tornado, Plate Carpenter AND 1014. Glass, Fidelity Bonds so Deeds, Mortgagesaqd other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. t It took place in Cloverport. Not in some faraway place. You are asked to Investigate it. Asked to believe a citizen's word; To conllrm a citizen's statement. Any article that is endorsed at home Is more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing about, Endorsed by unknown people. Walter Meadors, farmer, Cloverport, Ky , says: "A member of my family has used Doan's Kidney Pills and found them to bo a very yood kidney remedy. Several years at'o she suffered from sharp pains across the small of her back as well as other symptoms of kidney trouble. Seelnc Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got a box at Fisher's Drug Store and their use was begun. They did a world of good. Since then this person has used Doan's W, J. PlgL'Ott f Correct attests Jno. R. Wimp Kidnjy Pills and on each occasion I CM. McGlothlan they have helped her. It is a pleasure Directors to recommend this excellent kidney -- j mm1 nt v feu i & V tZ'Tr 't ';mmwvwnw' ''-- ' MZgESS&S&gsssz v'uinvv-w-'.mrwtttiMKMWH&r-n- LB ..' : igs: UIBSON&S0N, CluM.-rport.K- 0. P. LYONS. McQuad). Ky r.T v Contractor MlAt Estimates furnished on now work or on repairs. Givo mo a show on your job. Uest of leferences medicine." affairs have been given for them. Mrs. Emma Skillmtn gave a beautiful garden party Saturday afternoon from 4 to 0 o'clock. The honored guests were Miss Brashear and Miss Thompson, who returned to West Point Sunday afternoon. The guests played tennis, enjoyed the old fashioned rope swing, the hammock, and sevgames. Lemonade was eral served on the lawn, At twilight a meat and salad course with ices and cakes were served. Those present were: Mr, and Mrs. James B Randall, Misses Brashear anil Thompson, Misses Lenora and Virginia McGavcck, Susette and out-door For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents, Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur- IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce a Lighter nnd more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with less effort; want your baking to bo a batisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family 00 Marion Weatherholt Cliwprt, Ky. Leslie Pool Hardinsburg, Ky. iAMMAf0MiV- Total Cost of Raising Maine. Geueral Iiixby. ,.uj0f of nrniy cnK ueers, and Colonel Illnck, In chargo of tho work of raUIng tho Malno in harbor. Informed tho houso com rnltteo 011 appropriations that about $250,000 is needed to complete the work. This will make the total cosi Iln-van- Then Use Lewisport Best Flour It will do all this and more. anteed Every sack guar- a $000,000. MILL LEWI5P0RTKentucky Lewisport, CO. f t, EXCUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of IhoSame Name By Rupert Hughes ILLUSTRATED rrom rhotolraphe ol the Play ae Produced By Henry W. Savage Copyright, Itll, by II. K. Fly Co. CHAPTER XI11. Hostilities Begin. During Military's nbsoncc, Marjorlo had met with a little adventure ot hor own. Ira Lathrop llnlshod his with Anno Gattlo shortly Mallory set out stalking clergyafter men. In the mingled confusion or finding his one romantic llamo still glowing on a vestal altnr, and of shocking her with an escnpc of profanity, ho burked tiway from hor presence, and sank Into his own borth. Ho renllaod that he was not aloi.e. He turned Somebody was alongside. eyos or to find the great tear-speMarjorlo staring at him. He rose with a recrudescence of his woman-hatin- g wrath, and dashing up the nlale, found the porter just returning from the twggago car. He seized the black factotum and growled: "Sav. norter. there's a woman in my berth." The portor chuckled, incredulous: "Woman in yo' berth!" "Yes got her out." "Yaasah," the porter nodded, and advanced on Marjorle with a gentle, " 'Scuso me, missus yo' borth is num-bone." "I don't care," snapped Marjorle. "I won't take it." "Hut this un bolongs to that gentleman." "He can have mine ours Mr. cried Marjorlo, pointing to tent In the larther the end of the car. Then she gripped the arms ot the seat, as K defying eviction. The porter stared at her in helpless chagrin. Then he shullled back and murmured: "I reckon you'd betta put her out." Lathrop withered the coward with one contemptuous look, and strode down the aisle with a determined grimness. Ho took his ticket trom his pocket as a clinching proof or his title, and thrust It out at Marjorle. She gave it one indifferent glance, and then her eyes and mouth puckered, ns if she had munched a green persimmon, and a long low wail like a disstole trom her tant lips. Ira Lathrop stared at her in blank wrath, doddered irresolutely, and roared: "Agh, let her have it!" The porter smiled triumphantly, and said: "She says you kin have her berth." Ho pointed at the bridal arbor. Lathrop almost exploded at the Idea. Now he felt a hand on his shoulder, and turned to see Little Jlmmie Wellington emerging from his berth with an enormous smile: "Say, Pop, have you seen lovely Stick around till she flops.' to the Hut Lathrop Hung away smoking room. Llttlo Jimmlo turned to the jovial negro: "Porter, porter." "I'm right by you." "What time d'you say wo get to lteno?" "Mawnin' of tho fo'th day, sah." "Well, call mo just before we roll In." And ho rolled In. His last words floated down the alslo and met Mrs. Little Jimmlo Wellington just returning from the Women's Koom, where she had bought ncpentho in more than ono of hor exquisite llttlo cigars. Tho familiar voice, familiarly bibulous, smote her ear with amazement. She beckoned the portor to her anxiously. Portor! Do you know "Portor! tho namo or tho man who just hurried In?" "No'm," said tho porter. "I reckon no's so broken up he ain't got any namo loft." "It couldn't be," Mrs. Jimmlo mused. 'Things can bo sometimes," said tho porter. "You may mako up my berth now," said Mrs. Wellington, forgetting that Anno Gattlo was still thero. Mrs. Wellington hastened to apologize, and begged her to stay, !mt tho spinster wanted to bo far away from tho disturbing atmosphero of divorce. She was dreaming already with her eyes open, and sho sank Into number six reverie. In a Mrs. Wellington gathered certain things together and took up her hand, bag, to return to tho Women's ltoom, just as Mrs. Whltcomb came forth from tho curtains of hor own bertli, whero she had mado certain preliminaries to disrobing, and put on a light, decidedly negligee negligee. Tho two women collided In tho aisle, whirled on ono another, as women do when they Jostle, recognized each other with wild stares of amazement, set their teeth, and mado a simultaneous dash along the corridor, shoulder wrestling with shoulder They reached tho door marked "Women" at tho samo instant, and as neither would have dreamed ot offering the other a courtesy, they squoezed through together In a Kilkenny Jumblo. white-ribboned a Mai-lory's- ," engine-whistl- rice-trap- ? human history, the sleeping carts the most shocking or would bo, if we wcro not so used to It. Thero can he no doubt that wo nro tho most moral nation on earth, for wo admit it ourselves. Perhaps we prove it, too, by tho Arcadian prosperity of these hotels on wheels, whero miscellaneous travelers dwell In complete promiscuity, nnd sleep almost Bide by sido, In npartments, or compartments, separated only by a plank and n curtain, and guarded only by one sleepy negro. After the fashion of tho famous country whoso inhabitants earned a meager sustcnanco by tnklng In each other's washing, so in Sleeping wo attain a meager respectability by everybody's chaperoning everybody else. Indeed, nro our So notions, once wo nro aboard a train, that tho staterooms alono arc regarded with suspicion; wo question tho motives of those who must have a room to themselves! a room with a real door! that locks! And, now, on this sleeping car, prettily named "Snowdrop," scenes were enacting that would havo thrown our Into fits scenes which, If we found thorn In France, or Jnpan, we should view with alarm as almost unmentionable evidence of tho r..oral obliquity of those nations. Hut this was our own country the part of It which admits that It is the best part the moralost part, the staunch middle west. This was Illinois. Yet dozens of cars were beholding similar Immodesties in chastest Illinois, and all over the map, thousands of people, in hundreds ot cars, were permitting tojal strangers to view preparations which havo always, hitherto, beon- reserved for the most intimate and legalized relations. Tho portor was deftly transforming into a narrow lane enthe tirely surrounded by draperies, Uchlnd most of the portieres, lluttering In the lightest breeze, and perilously followhomely ing the hasty paseer-by- , wero being enacted. The popu lation or this llttlo town was going tn bed. The porter wbb putting them to sleep as If they were children In a nursery, and he a black mammy. The frail walls of llttlo sanctums wero bulging with the bodies of people disrobing In tho aisle, with nothing between them nnd the beholder's eyo but a clinging curtain that explained what It did not reveal. From apertures here and there disembodied feet wero protruding and mysterious hands were removing shoes and other things. Women in risky attire were scooting to one end or the car, and men in shirt sleeves, or less, were hastening to tho other. Mallory returned to the When "Snowdrop," his ear was greeted by the thud of drorplng shoes. He found Marjorle being rapidly immured, like Pce's prisoner, In a jail or closing walls. Sho was unspeakably 111 at ease, and by tho Irony of custom, the one person on whom she depended for protection was the one person whose contiguity was most alarming and nil for lack or a brief trialogue, with a clergyman, as the tertlum quid. When Mallory's careworn lace ap peared round the eJgo ot the partition now erected between her and the abodoof Dr. and Mrs. Temple, Mar Jorle shivered anew, and asked with all anxiety: "Did you find a minister?" Perhaps the Itccordlng Angel over, locked Mallory's answer: "Not a damn minister." When he dropped at Marjorie's side sho edged away irom him, pleading: "Oh, what shall we do?" Ho answered dismally and two-stor- y Car-pathla PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. DINNERS COOKED IN ONE BAG. By M. wgQmm What Have Manure Spreaders Done For Ycur Neighbors? PROPERTY DO YOU TO BUY a farm or business? If you do you tuny find just what you need in this department. If you ar interested in any of tho following properties, write us at onco for ,. owners rmmo nnd idrl rasa. If nnnn nt rlincn nlnr.no .mi ,. ....: nt onco tellini? us WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU WANT IT and Ictus introduce you to tho iimn who hits tho VERY Real Estate Department WANT Soyer, Chef of the Drooks' Wo recommend and fair in price. YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. tho following properties as being productive Club, London. In my last article I gave menus for dinners for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday that could be cooked in ono bag, tho dessert, of course, excepted. Hero I give menus that enn bo so cooked for tho other days of tho week. DO YOU WANT TO SELL your farm or business? IF OU WANT GASH for your property, send price and description nt onco and let us show you how wo bring buyer nnd seller together. This department U conducted sololy for tho purpose- of enabling buyers and sellers of farm or btwincss properties to mako quick sale. topsy-turvlc- ! - day-coac- h or-fle- Wednesday. Let tho dinner be roast and stuffed breast of mutton. Take n lean breast of mutton four pounds weight, getting tho butcher to bono It for you. Mnko a stuffing with two ounces of stale bread crumbs, a dust of salt and pepper, a finely chopped onion, and a heaped of minced pnrslcy, or, If pressed for time, a llttlo finely powdered mixed sweet herbs. Add a good lump of dripping or cut a llttlo fat from the thick part of tho breast, chop this finely, and uso Instead of dripping Hind If possible with an egg, or, falling this, use a llttlo cold milk. Lay this mixture on the Inside of tho meat. Roll as tightly as possible, tlo Into place with clean tape or string. Greaso the bag well. Put In ono pound of peoled and halved potatoes, choosing thoso all as nenrly of a size as possible. Then put in tho meat. Add the other and put In the rest of tho potatoes. Put in bag in a very hot oven. Lower tho gas half way (or push in tho dampers), and cook for an hour and a quarter or an hour and a half, according as the meat Is liked well, over or underdone. Turn out, servo with a llttlo red currant Jam, If jelly is not possible. Baked bread pudding will bo found very acceptable after this. To mako it, soakthalf a pound or more of stale bread over night in cold water; Then beat up with a fork till quite light. Now add to it an ounce of brown sugar, two ounces of currants, two ounces, ditto ditto raisins, one ounce of candied peel, and a good lump of dripping. Beat up tho mixture thoroughly. Sprinkle it thickly on top with brown sugar. Grease a bag thickly, put In tho mixture, and bako for forty minutes. Open the bag, slip out geatly, dust with sifted sugar and serve. Thursday. Chop tho cold mutton left over from Wednesday finely. Dust it with popper, salt, a llttlo powdered sweet herbs, and add to It a large finely chopped onion. Sprinkle tho whole well with seasoned flour. Add any cold gravy which may be over from tho day before, and a couple of slices of lean flank of bacon and a tablespoonful of Worcester sauce, with the samo amount of water. Greaso the bag. Put in tho mince. Cook gently for half an hour, turn out, and serve with baked potatoes. A jam pudding will bo a nlco finish to this dinner. It is too well known to need a reclpo. Friday. A little fish once a week not only makes a nlco change in the monotony of tho midday meal, but is often a distinct saving both In health and pocket. Stuffed and baked haddocks aro dedessert-spoenfwell-washe- TBE next time you cse tho dealer, get him to give you tho history of bomo cf the I H C manure spreaders he has sold. Then Cet the ctory of other spreaders cr.d draw your own conclusions C3 to which spreader does the best wcrk at the lowest cost. Durability pays. The spreader that docs the best work for the longest time is the cheapest to buy. The more you find out about cprecders, the more certain you will be to go to the local dealer end buy an Tho Brcckonridgo News has a customer for a small, woll improved farm, good I md near a good school; possession at onco; .$2,000 to $5,000 cash to pay. 3 miles frem railroad, houses, tobacco barn j neurtfurnplejonomllofromsclioo -- of Kirk. law from school, ZX miles South2 X mile woll springs near barnj on Iiural Home.watered, 10 'icrcs 1 Mn . 3 county: H mllo from Kkron, Meado1 milo of public school, levoli all cm l'". acres, No 14 cultivated 160 Rood dwellings;be mllp graded ncliool. good land V? 2 s3 feed barns, bU tobicco barn; 3 miles from fvjn n 123 acres I mllo South of Itoclcvitk', Sample. Easi terms. good level land, 4 room dwelling MU' tenant house uml necessary outbuildings. School hoimn nnd I'linrch In S.xl viirrU p.im Ulen No 1 5 I75 ftcrM l mllo East of stone $1,050 cash. Dean; rood, strong llmo Lii by wells nnd springs, on good dwellfrom ft "4 acres. 3 miles rnnm, Kirk, ,in,Mi - soil, watered near good school and churches. SJn J Inff county road, V 1 stnrv A nnri Now Rood well, small tenant house, good bam and good tobacco barn cot?l, 200, 3 mock barm, tenant huuses, flna clover and grass and stable, wood orchard land. Price Sd.IOO. tracts 100 acres In ono Nft O Tvnacrrsln tlm ntlipr, 151 nnr.w and 124 lii. IJJWcres located 1 mile north of cnted 3 mllo. from llardlnsburg; 100 acres 3 No 1 McQuady Price 2,0iW. H cash miles from Darned: U rnlln or Ivlnauunwul balance In yearly payments. college. Mn ivj IKnere from 10 Ji mile located on the railroad No 17 3;i acres located near Irvlngton Webster. Rood barn This Is ono of the best farms In and crib, reasonably wood bonne; well water-c- l. section. outlet on every side. Portion of II. Ij that improved;Underhlgh statoof cultivation well good orchards well wu:eredt Kurtz farm. Price J.'l.OCO nn Ideal plai-o- . Price JIO.000; Kcash, balance ou easy payments. ncres, stood and lovel I i 7 good barn; all Jandclcared, land, well located; 3 ml les from Irvlngton. Price $3,3( No 1R 290 acres 4V4 miles from llardlns- l,urK- - county seat: well Improve I "l 2M acres lying in a valley ed; one of the beit farms lu thecounty. Price Nn I room dwelling nnd ball ;2ten $4,000, Wanted Small Farm house. Mn nu. O 4, 300 Here M ' ti H C Manure Spreader ( ly Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cloverleaf The best spreaders made aro the IHCmanure spreaders your local dealer sells, and if you give him a chance he will soon convince you of that fact and ij, nv. l,u' .JJO, 300 3 nilics from Irvlngton; well ouy sHO "Cfs, 2 miles from Guston, watered ; lay wo I ; good youn orchard ; good timber ; on rural route j school Mouse few yards froT) house; Imuroements; good four room give you good common-sens- e dwelling with kitchen on reasons for buyinjr an I H C good b.rns; btrn and tenuntback porch; twon homo and back In the Held; Uie it and hen house; spreader from him. wood tlied; will sellon easy payments; plenty of sm II fruit. Further particulars address International Harvester Company of America Jno. D. Rubbage, Oloverport, Ky. els-te- (Incorporated) ?r l,80 'lcre.s 'our miles westof i.,aleP( Citn.e- - 3 miles from branch railroad; land; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acrei in grass; will produce the best corn, wheat and tobicco In neighborhood: plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwe. ling, a rooms Dotni good stable; 3 too icco barns; and stJe houso. 3 tenant Plenty Of gOJd - timber tnr firm ,.,.,,.... u. ,i ,i .v:" ". tu uienr. Price ii.000 H cash. "" "i i.vu niuu ...i.r..-- $2,000 d CMceco H C Servicer Bureau purpose of this Human Is 1 USA Advocates,"South as well as North is 240,000. There are J,000.roo Episcopalians. The total circulation of all United States Number Over Episcopal weeklies, as given by themselves, is less than 50,000. In other religious bodies practically the same Millions-Kentuc- ky Fifteen showing is made. The conversation Congress of the Men and Religion ForHas 158,945. ward Movement, held in April, is to have a publicity commission, and the question of religious weeklies is to There are Catholics in the come before it. United States proper, and loS.gJo in Kentucky, according to the 1912 edition CHURCH DIRECTORY of "Kennedy's Olllcial Catholic Direc tory," which also Is authority for the following statistics: Cloverport Churches A year ago the Catholic population of the country was 14,610,701 while ton Baptist Church years ago it was 10,976,757, showing Haptlst Sucday School. 9:30 a. in. C. E. an increase of 4,038,812 for the decade. Llslitfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Jleetlnc Twenty years ago Catholics numbered Wednesday 7 30 p. tn. Baptist Aid Society 8,615,185 showing that within twenty Society meets Monday after Second Sunday, years the Catholic population has near- every month. Mrs. A. Ii. Skllltnan. President Prt nchlnB every Second and Fourth Sunday. ly doubled. Kev. E. O. Cottrell, Pastor. There are 17,101 Catholic priests in the United States and 13,939 Catholic Jlethodist Church churches of which 9.a."j6 have resident Methodist Sunday School. 9:30a. m. Ira U. priests, the other 4.6S3 being mission nohen. Superintendent I'reiiclilnir every u. m. 1'raijk Lewis churches. The directory also shows Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 Wixlnorlnv :.m Pastor. Praver meetlnir m. that there are 14 archbishops, two titu- 1W5 Epworth League. ri'isularturvlceSundsy p. m: business mi'eilnu Orst Tuesday lar archbishops, 97 bishops, two nlcht each month. MUs MarKarlte burn. President. Ladles' Aid and 13 abbots In the union. Monday each month Mrs. Forrest meets first Uslitfoot. President. Ladies' Missionary Society meets , Furthermore, there are 83 seminaries Second Sunday in every month. Mrs VltcU with 0,006 students preparing for the Biibbujro. President. Choir practice Friday priesthood, 329 colleges for boys and nisht7:20. A. II Murray. Wrector. 701 academies for girls There aro Presbyterian Church 5.II9 parochial schools with an attendPresbyterinn Sunday School 9:J5 m. ance of 1,333,730. Conrad Slppt-ISuperintendent. Preaching There are also 280 orphan asylums every Third SumUy. Rbv. Adair. Minister. Prayer rneetltg Tuesday. 7:30 m. caring for 17,111 orphans. Including Aid Society meets Wednesdayp. afterLadles' Third Sunday every month, Mrs Clias. SatterlleJd. the children in parochial schools, or- President. phan asylums, academies, colleges and other charitable Institutions, the grand Catholic Church total of young people under Catholic First Sunday of pach month, Mass. Sermon, nnd Itened ctlon, !):00 u. m . other three care amounts to 1,540.019 13,01-1,50arch-abbo- ts , 11. The to furnish, free.of cliaiue to all. the best Information obtninnbiu on better farmln. If you have any wormy questions concorninesolls, .crop. i.mu cir.un.icc. irrigation, lcrtllizcrs, etc. make your inquiries specific nnd semi them In lolHC Service Bureau, Harvester liulldinir, Chicago. CATHOLICS total claimed circulation of all"Christ-la- n USA S. 5. Convention Of The Sixth District Meets At Glen Dean May 28 and 29th TUESDAY KVEN1NG 7:30 Addn-s- s Devotional Rlv J. T Lewis. Mr. W J Vaut'han. roly-pol- y WEDNESDAY Devotional Rev. M. L. Dyer. Address of Welcome Miss Martha L. Powell. Response C. L. Bruington. History of S. S.-J T. Jones. The Personal Touch Mrs. Moorman Rcbertson. The Complete S.S. Mr. W.J. Vauyh-an- . ii:3o Mrs. v inet-fectlvel- "We'll havo to go on pre- tending to be Just friends." "But everybody thinks we'ro married." "That's so!" he admitted, with the imbecility of fatigued hope. They sat a while llEtenirg to the porter slipping sheets Into place and thumping pillows Into cases, a few doors down tho street. Ho would bo ready ror them at any moment. Something must bo done, but what? what? To be continued Subrcribe Today! Now! Of course you use an antiseptic in your family and in the euro of your own person, nnd you want tho best. Instead of what you havo been using1 such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or peroxide,, won't you pleuso try I'axtine, a concentrated antiseptic powder to bo dissolved in water as needed. Paxtlno is more economical, more cleansing', more germicidal nnd more healing than anything you ever used. For Women Who Care lotus-eater'- s 2 t-- 1 fflii LBJJ ANTISEPTIC CHAPTER XIV. Tho Dormitory on Wheels. Of all the shocking institutions .in In tlio toilet to cleanse and whiten tho teeth, remove tartar nnd prevent decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy discaso germs, and purify the breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridgeworlc clean and odorless. To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify the breath after smoking-- To eradicate persnlra-Ho- n odors by spongo bathinp. As a medicinal nfjent for local treatment of femiuino ills where pelvic catarrh, inilummution and ulceration exist, nothing equals hot douches of Paxtlno. For ten years tho Lydia E. Pinkhatu Med. Co. bus been regularly advising their patients to use it because of Us extraordinary cleansing, healing and germicidal power. For this purpose alono Pnxtluo is worth Its weight In gold Also for nasal catarrh, sort throat, Inflamed eyes, cuts and wcvnds. All druggists, 35 and SO cents a box Trlnl box nnd testimony of 31 . THE PAXTONTOILETCO.,Boton,M women free on request. Organized Class Work W. D Smith The Adolescent Period Miss Coral Whittlnghlll, Mrs W. C. Moorman. xFor a mild, easy action of the bowels, The Sunday School's Contribution to try Doan's Regule s, a modern laxative the Community Mr. D. C. Mocrman. 23c at all stares, Report of Committees. Adjournment. Trouble With Church Papers Committee on Entertainment Dr. Dempster, D. O. Moorman, Mrs. W. C. Religious weeklies,thelr alleged lack Moorman. of clrculat on, and the admitted finanCommute on Arrangement Misj cial failures of many of them, are reSallie Robertson, Charlie Dean, V. C. ceiving the attention of the Protestant Moorman. leaders. During the annual meeting of All Interested In S. S. work are cor the Methodist book committee, two full at onco. dially invited to attend. days were given to "Christian AdvoSaturday. Or. J. C. Tucker, Pres. cates ' and their conduct. After the On Saturday tho housowlfo usually Nora Driskell, Sect. meeting one of the book agents stated has a good deal of cleaning up and that the Methodist "Advocates," the mending to do for tho morrow, so sho NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY most elaborate syst m of periodical something which does not will need requlro much preparation beforehand. literature of any religious body, not nn J'l Liver and bacon, always a highly ap- In the District Court of the United States. ln1v mnlf UV timtlfc Vint- crtmn H1Q M4MHW AVIIIU a WtJ for the Western District of Kei tucky, Ow- - Will preciated dish, will meet tho difficulty, maintained on a charitable basis. He ensboro division. In bankruptcy. and thero is no fear of It "catching" In the matUr of Joe A: Wist, b banktuut. the end of the two On this 13th day of A.D.. 1918. on con- admitted that at bag if sho should chanco to bo sidering tho petition Maytlm In tho of aforesaid bank- days' discussion the committee gave called away for a minute or two. rupt tor discharge id on the nth day ofMay A. I)., It ordered by the that a Slice ono pound of very fresh liver, hearing1912, hadIsupon thusaineon court Sid day up and said they could uot tell what Is, be the dip each ploco Into flour nicely season- nt June, A. D , before bald court at the matter. Federal Court Hall at Louisville, Ky., The churchman, the oldest and best ed with salt and peppor. Pnt a ploco district at 10 o'clock. In the forenoon, In said or as of llvor on top of each rasher of bacon. near thereto as practicable, and that notice known of Episcopal papers,tias changed in Tho Greaso the bag slightly. Put In the thereof be published one timeprinted hands. It is not olllcial, the Episcopal u newspaper in rashers and liver. Cook fof twenty-flv- o district, and thxt all known creditors said Church having never gone Into period nnd Interest said minutes. Open tho bag, and slip other persons inand show may uppear at they ical literature like the Methodists, but place cause, If uny out the meat gently onto a very hot time and have, why tho prayer of said petitioner is strictly private property. It is said dish. Put boiled potatoes round as a siioum not do grunted. Witness the Honorable Walter F.vima. border, and pour tho gravy over tho Judge ot said Court, and tho seal thereof, at that some personalities entered into Owenshoro. Kentucky, in said district, on the Churchman change, as ill health, potatoes. the 13th day of May, A. I).. 1912. Jam buns aro a tremendous saving A. U. Konuld, Clerk. opposition to policies and ambitions of M. E. Dunn, Deputy Clerk one wealthy clergyman, SEA LI To date the of troublo when the housewifo is very busy on a Saturday. Got half a dozen uew venture lacks an editor, and no stalo buns. Split them open. Pour a "Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the best announcements.save formal ones, have llttlo boiling milk or water over them. rembey for the often fatal disease-cro- up. been made as to the future. Spread thickly with golden syrup. It has been used with success Facts which the Christian leaders Make very hot In a bag (greased). In our family for eight years." Mrs. look in the face are these: There are (Copyright, 1911, by the Sturgls & 6,700,000 Methodists in America. The L. "Whlteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. Valtnn Pnmnanv WMW II I 191- -'. a stuffing in exactly tho samo way as described for stuffed breast of mutton. Wash tho fish woll and cut olf tho head; then put in tho stuffing. Sow up tho fish or secure tightly, with white cotton. Greaso tho outside of tho fish slightly, this to tako tho placo of tho "bits of butter" put on fish when tho latter Is cooked in the oven in tho old way. Grease tho bag well. Put in tho fish and bako. for from 20 to 30 minutes, according to whether two small fish or ono largo ono is used. Slip out gently and servo with baked potatoes. Dressed macaroni will servo for a pudding. Tako half pound of cooked macaroni. Add to it a llttlo white pepper, from two ounces to four ounces of grated cheese, and a liberal two ounces of nut margarine, which is qulto equal to butter in every respect, and contains no animal fat whatever. Greaso tho bag well with tho nut margarine. Mix tho macaroni well up with tho cheese nnd nut butter, slip Into tho bag, and cook In a hot oven for ten minutes. Slip out onto a hot dish and servo licious. Mako Reports of S S. , Appointment of Committees. NOON Devotional Rev. P. C. L,oncr. Teacher's Training Course Rev. M. 1:15 L. Dyer. v Lewis The (Juallficatlori and work of th Teacher Mr. W. J. Vaughau. How arouse the Missionary Spirit in S. S. Miss Margaret Hayes. The Adult Bible Class Rev. J. T. 10 15 a m On week days Mass at 7.(0 a. m. Catechetical Instruction for tbchlld-re- n on Saturdays ut HMO a. in , und on Sunday s at i :30 a. m. nd 2 :30 p. m. 11 Sun-d.iis- at DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Offlce, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. & I'JB Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvlngton, Kentucky OVER HIHbEX 65 YEARS' CRIENCE Tradc Marks COPVRiaHTS) Ac. AnToae leading a iketch and dMWlptloc my quickly McerUIn our opinion free wbelbtr su IriTemlon U probably PHtsntabja, Comninulei. iloniitriotlyoonQdeiitlal. HANDSHHl 00 Pitwou out free. Oldest agency for ourtngpatenta. Patents taken through Munu A Co. reoelte tpttlal notlct, without obarne, lu tba Designs Scientific JUuericaii. culaitoii of aRr tttomtc VuirnaL Term:, N a rear 1 juur hhihiim, ti. mnu oj au TieweeaHWI. A handiomely lllaelfaied weoily. Largest fir. RRKSfflSIP A ' -- jA ,,mm,mmMilitt,,,ii,iiif)'djLiilmtk Wft ii n. fl'ilSwK' iiillihiry i&iV&fc inlaw Cosmopolitan. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There M a disease prevailing in this country tnostdangerous because so deeep- i nt ii i inc. Ainnysuuucn deaths arc caused by it heart dis- OLD DUE HOUSE as Chinese Women Perform Heavy Labor as the Men. . They Haul Huge Loads, Harnessed Up Like Horses, Also Assist In Build tng New Roads City Is Very ti Faces weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle Ionic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED louisvillk; ky. . r Hong Kong, China A peculiarity of the Hong Kong colony la tho anomaly of the men's and women's occupations according to our English Ideas. Tho women work Just like the men; they irag huge loads hnrnesscd like horses, wrry heavy weights strung over their shoulders as yokels carry milk cans In tho country They stagger up tho Peak for nbout 100 yards, when they lay down their burden, go hack, pick a now lot up, carry this up to the first dumping place, then take the first load on a tew ynrds further and so on, all under All the bricklaying, a blazing sun road mending, coaling, etc., Is done equally by both sexes, but perhaps the moBt curious sight, writes n Hongkong correspondent, Is to see a woman 3tralnlng nt nn oar or at tho steerage dt n sampan ,If the boat bo n very heavy one two 5f the women will work an oar together, ono pulling one way and the Dthcr pushing, while a little baby Is perched on tho back of each in a sort af cradle or papoose arrangement. On the other hand up on the Peak, which is tho European settlement, ono often sees a Chinese boy walking ilong sedately pushing a perambulator, whilo tho English nursomald walks empty handed by his side and superintends operations. Of courso all tho house work is dono by "boys." The next point is tho very cosmopolitan nature of tho place This was most forcibly borne in upon me tho other day when I was walking with an American on one sldo and an Austral-Ia- n on tho other. Just in front of us woro a couple of Germans, a Parsee stood at tho door of his shop, a Japa-aes- e girl followed by two Portuguese boys passed us, and a moment later a rickshaw went by in which sat a Spanish maiden. There wero of courso Chinese scattered all over tho place as usual, so that hero within 'a hundred yards of ono another at least nine nationalities were represented. It would be hard to 'name a country which could not produce Its type here. A contingent of the Baluchistan Infantry is hero; wo have Sikh policemen; Indians of all kinds are represented officially in the civil and police heart failure or - apoplexy ore of ten the result of kid Ancient Building In Virginia Has Long If n cy disease. Decn Famous for Its Fish and kidney trouble is . r 13 Chicken Dinners Only Dwell i ii wv 5r--r,n gil nllowcutondvnncc Ing Left of City. tlic A ,A:rf. cd blood will at iiL tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of Washington. On tho Vlrglnln side or sediment in of tho Great Falls of tho Potomac, the bladder, brick-duthe urine, head ache, back ache, lame commonly known as "tho Niagara of back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or the kidneys themselves break tho South," fourteen miles from Washington, is an ancient building, tho old down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result Dickie house, connected with which Is from a derangement of the kidnejs and the pleasing tradition that every presibetter health in that organ is obtained dent of tho United States has taken quickest by a proper treatment of the dinner beneath Its roof tree, President Swamp-Rocorrects inability to Taft nlono excepted. Tho old habitahold urine and scalding pain in passing it, tion, long famous for its fish and and overcomes that unpleasant mcessity compelled to go often through chicken dinners, is tho only dwelling of being the day, a id to get up many times during left of tho departed City of Mntlldas-vlllo- , the night. The mild nnd immediate effect that was called Into being by of Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy tho construction of tho Potomac Comis soon realized. It stands the highest be- pany Canal, of which George Washcause of its remarkable health restoring ington, nftcr relinquishing his comproperties. A trial will convince anj one. mand nt tho close of tho revolution, Swamp-Roo- t is pleasant to take and is and was promoter and president. sold by oil druggists in Generations ago tho canal was abansize bottles. You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all doned and Matlldasvtlle vanished from about it, both sent free by mail. Address, tho map. Tho old Dickie house alono Dr. Kilmer & Co., Utnghamtou, N. Y. remains. George Washington often When writing mention reading this gen- ate beneath its roof. "When the Briterous offer in this paper. Don't make ish enptured Washington In 1814 Presntiy mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Rooand don't let a dealer sell ident Madison nnd his cabinet, it is said, tarried for a meal boforo crossyou something in place of Swamp-Roo- t if you do you will be disappointe 1. ing tho river. All tho presidents but one arc said by the descendants of the original owner of tho houso to FATHER IN A GLASS CASE have sat at the table in the Ilttlo -room when visiting tho falls and Son Earns Nimble Sixpence by Ex- to havo partaken of fish and chicken cooked In a stylo that has made tho hibiting "Old Man" as Dickie family famous for its culinary Curiosity. accomplishments. Some aro skeptical Paris. Vlverlos, in Auverne, boasts enough to question this claim, but it is years put forth with such stress that most of a man who for twenty-fivpreserved his father's body In a visitors depart strong in tho faith has that they havo eaten a meal In a room glass case in his drawing room. tho Jean Granet, who has Just retired at that has been honored by one. presence As yet tho ago of 70 from his post as secre- of all tho presidents but tary to tho local mayor, keeps a mu- President Taft has not sat in judgseum at his house, in which are found ment upon a meal at Dickie's, and the mummies, animal and human, and absorbing nmbltlon of tho proprietor grim curios connected with tho under- of tho houso is to mako the list comtaking business. Tho most grewsomo plete. Since tho completion of tho trolley exhibit, however, is the perfectly preRobert line to tho Great Falls of tho Potomac served body of his father, this beautiful work of nature has atGranet. who pay a franc the son will tracted a great Interest among excurTo all disclose his father's body, explaining sionists. The trip to the falls is one the minutest changes that have oc- of the most popular in the vicinity of 0 the national capital. Last year, curred. excursionists visited tho falls. In In order to surmount a legal difficulty Granet, whose house abuts on addition, thousands of other sightseers tho local cemetery, had a small mauso- made tho trip by automobile or carleum constructed on tho consecrated riage on tho Maryland side. This ground and connected by a passage route is far more beautiful than the one on tho Virginia side, for tno road with his museum. o winds along tho river and the and Ohio Canal te the famous Survivors Eat Each Other. Famine bridge, which was built of tho Cabin John Shanghai, China. was secretary when Jefferson districts in the of war. During Davis war the name population of Chinese tho civil vicinity of Shanghai are dead as the result of the famine caused by floods last Bummer. Survivors are now said to be eating each other. ease, pneumonia, Has Had Every President as Its Guest Except Taft. d, JKSfc! 9Hl i$ v. l . Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION MAILED THE ii "Jij , kidney-poison- PRICEi 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS l.l AND Ulh OF EACH MONTH st kid-hcy- s. ot MiCAiIiui Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak 1 could I suffered, hardly go. nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after, I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good .health." Begin taking Cardui, today. THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ahlost and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and economical standpoint. -- I FOR A LIMITED TTMK- - t, fifty-ce- nt The Kentucky Farmer The Breckenridge News AND In lcncwing, State whether you want The Kentucky Farmer one-doll- One Year, $1 2SSend Subscriptions Cloverport, Ky. To will be sent to Prompt pit vim: nnd Now Suboribers, both t, dining- The Breckenridge News BARGAINS FOR QUICK SALE! 10 Male Poland China Pigs, 5 to 8 months od ones, also 3 nice bred Gilts. A black saddle horse 5 years old and some nice cattle. old-go- o Miss Rutli Elder was the guest of her cousin, Miss Mae Elder, last week. Lee Egart, carpenter on the Tarasco , is coming home Saturday to spend h week with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Edwin Egart. Misses Violet and Francis Hardest' W. J. OWEN & SONS : R. No. I, Hardinsburg, Ky, spent Wednesday with Miss Violu Egart. Miss Mae Elder spent part of last week with Miss "Catherine Petrrs nt Concordia. hands hope to add something to the GAVE BRIDE $5,000,000 IN bjauty and health of the town. "When Several from here attended the hall at SECURITIES AND PRESENTS. you are trying to cultivate beauty, its Concordia Friday night, all report a grand time. wonderful how much help you get", Stiff aud C. H. Elder went to Mrs. E, T Stotesbury's Necklace of said a young lady recently who is raisRov ing flowers. "More people have give Coucoidia Thursday. Pearls Cost $500,000. me lots of seeds and bulbs this spring! Misses Mae aud Ruble Elder visited And they take so much interest in telltheir aunt, Mrs. J. C Cart, near Union Edward T. Stotesbury. tho Phila- ing you how to make them grow." Star, latt week. delphia banUor and partner of J. P. Miss Ruth E'der left Thursday for Morgan, who recently married Mrs. to be the guest of her cousin, Oliver Cromwell, showered $1,000,000 Notice Mrs. Abe Hardesty worth of gifts on his brldo In addition Mrs. Grover Mitchell is preparing to to giving her securities worth $4,000,-00- 0 Thnt resolutions of respect aro to bo hers absolutely. goto Owemboro Tuesday where sie published at 5 cents per Hup. The most marvelous of Mr. Stoteswill joiu her husband who has a posibury's presents is a pearl necklace Please do not send obituaries to tion there. It Is the News without expecting to which cost more than $500,000. J. D Cuuu'nghum has moved to his ono of the finest collections of pearls pay for the publication of this farm near Chenult. In the world. When Mrs. Stotesbury kind of matter. Miss Cora Durch came home from clasps the long string nround her neck Louisville Thursday to visit her parents, It reaches the tloor at her toes. Mr. Stotesbury. who was born In 1S19, has Mr. and Mrs. Cris Hutch. passed years collecting tho pearls, Several from Concordia attended the which aro of wonderful luster nnd per.Women Lured By Swimming. ball game at this place Sunday. fectly matched. Mrs. Jauie ElderaudMrs. JuhnO'Bry-aHe has also given his bride tiaras, Swimming is increasing as a sport spent Friday with their sisier, Mrs. necklaces, brooches, rings glittering among women in a notable degree. with diamonds, emeralds, rubles all During U lwin Egart. the last year or two many the costliest gems. J. Plerpout Morgan gave her a dia- thousands more women have learned to Poor appetite is a sure hign of immond chain with a superb pear shaped swim than was ever before the case. A few doses of paired digestion. The prospects are that this season will Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver diamond as a pendant. Tho gift is break all records In the number of valued at Tablets will strengthen your digestion Ono of tho jewels which Mrs. Stotes- swimmers. and improve yourappetite. Thousands bury received Is a maguillcent pearl have been benefited by taking these and diamond tiara. White Star Line Profits Tablets. Sold by All Dealers. air. Stotesbury's business partners in Philadelphia sent three dozen service Special ciblo Dean itch to The Suti 1912 MANEUVERS. plates of rare design and great value, London, May 23. The annual which belonged to Queen Adelaide Plans For Big War Game About New and often adorned tho royal table. report of the White Star SteamYork City. 'Mrs. Stotesbury received an ship Company shows that tho proNew York city will be tho prize to number of watches and clocks. bo contended for by Joint forces of the They are Intended to remind her of fits for tho year amounted to 1,. tegulnr army nnd stnte mllltla organher lack of punctuality, she says laugh- 074,752, or about $5,372,700. Tho izations In the hummer maneuvers of ingly. One tiny watch Is set on tho dividends amounted amounted to 1912. according to plans announced at base of a tremendous diamond which Iho war department. hangs from n long platinum chain set CO per cent. Tho nttackiug force will be organized with diamonds. Another is n curious Tho repoit refers to the loss of from tho Tenth cavalry, tho Fifth In- oblong watch, its queer little faco tho titantic as a source of deep fantry and tho Second battalion of the looking out under n row of diamonds. artillery and the mllltla This trinket is mounted on narrow legict, butof minor importance, Third field troops of all New England. black ribbon, which has two diamond compared with tho torriblo loss of The defending force will bo organslides. valuable lives. It expresses .symized from tho First squadron, Fifpathy with tho boreaued nnd adds: teenth cnvnlry; tho Third battalion. Always Get Encouragement. Twenty-nintInfantry, nnd tho ml"As in tho past, nothing shall lltla of New York nnd New Jersey. bo wanting in tho efforts of tho The organization of tho attacking Don't ever long for a big yard and directors to protect travelers on and defending forces will bo left to Major General F. D. Grnnt at New cement pavement keep what little you tho White Star steamships by have spank andclean.then you will find Yoi U. commander of the eastern diviWork, work, having ovory precaution taken to you have all you want. sion. pavement and in&ure their safety. " There will be troops to tho number work It takes to keep a a back vard clean. There will be sevof nbout one division on each side. eral perfectly kept places In Cloverport mr Louisville Evening Post Louisville Evening Post this summer. Thb weeds nnd tho (t Breckenridge News and Breckenridge News Jill and year ?3.50. paper are being kept out and busy one one year $3. 50. n nston-Ishln- g h 170,-00- Chesa-peak- One-thir- d A Texas Wonder. v'hS ' ?y ( osffiVEB large sprinkling of Malays and Las-arheaps of Frenchmen and Swedes; Italians, Turks, Portugueso and Spaniards all have their place in tho colony; tho Scotsman and Irishman are hero In larco numbers, and then some- tlrfi'hero at tho end of the list como a 4 few straggling Englishmen. s. "The Niagara of the South." Fame Is Not Always What It Seems To Get Rich Quick. of Jefferson Davis, which was Inscribcourts; next to tho "Chinks" I think ed on tho bridge, was chiseled out, but 'the Germans predominate; there is a Street Scene In Hong Kong. .'. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by vour druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two month's treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. vr4'(M MORE THAN SKIN DEEP More Than A Skin Salve Is Needed To Cure Plies Permanently, i . a , Don't be disappointed If you fall to et a lasting cure of piles with salves. e cause of piles is more than skin dep. It Is sluggish, flabby vein- spockets filled with thick, bad brood. a tablet tonic remedy, is tauen Inwardly, acts on the circulation and cures nil kinds of piles thoroughly. for 21 days' supply at A. B . Fish-rst Cloverport, Ky., and all druggists., Dr, Leonhardt Co., Station 13, Buffalo, . V., mall a free booklet. enridgo News. HEM-ROI- a few years ago it was replaced, an George Randolph Chester walked in- episode that attracted wldo Interest at to a book store in Philadelphia kept by tho time. From hero tho road cuts an Englishman, and made some pur- across a beautiful hilly country to tho Great Falls on tho Maryland sldo, chases. "Ah, Chester!" said the Englishman, where thero Is a hotel of advanced age. his eyes lighting as he wrote the delivTho falls aro always changing, acery address. "You have a very famous cording to tho height of tho water. name Mr. Chester. It Is known all Above them Is a dam which holds over the world." back tho water for tho Washington The author of "Five Thousand an supply. A rlso of ono inch at tho Hour" attempted to blush and look dam makes a rlso of eight inches in tho water as it passes over the falls and down tho gorges. Tho spectaclo "Why er I believe," he faltered. "Yes," went on the bookseller with is ono of great majesty. Tho river islrelish: "I don't suppose there is a splits and runs around a craggy and, and tho two parts rush together corner of the globe where Chester again and pour thunderously between cheese Is not known and appreciated. great rocks which split tho flood Into It's such splendid cheese, you know." three separate waterfalls, as it tumbles over tho preciplco Into tho calConsult T. N. McGlothlan for dron. Hero tho water, rushing in from threo angles, forms a great whirlsubscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, narTimns. Post. Herald. Farmers pool and thonco rages through awalla row gorgo with perpendicular Homo Journal, Stock YnrdJJourn-- 1 of granlto for about a mile, whero It al, Western llocordor nnd Breck spreads out Into a placid expanso. J $3.50 Write Today to your Relatives and Friends Away From Home to Come Back to The Fourth of July Barbecue at Irvington Do Some Personal Advertising use rosi oajrcis or T - m. i -- a ir i&ihs AJt. m II .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmimmmmmmB H Y KirscaumGotta. "j Young' Alan GET YOU A GIRL v This is Personal to You GET MARRIED GET A HOME i r Then Come To Ed. Alexander's, - Irvington, Ky. n Muslin and Lace Curtains, Window Shades all colors, Table Linens, Towels, elegant China Ware, and fine Kitchen Ware Make Your Home Convenient Make Work a Pleasure Instead of Drudgery Linoleum 45 cents square yd. , Carpets Ingrain g Cottage. Quality, 15c to 35c. Mattings Flower Designs. All colors, 12 1- to 35c. -2 jjfg jamy lentil i'h " Hi. aiwapiwffiiiiiMMiiinBiwwEr Attractive Designs. Our Line if Men's Kirsciaum Clothing Have snap and style, but better still, have quality. We have received a shipment of extraordinary suits for summer. They sell from u I $12 to $35. Patterns. All prices, Wall Paper in and be to Brine IJiont 11 A Af pleasedit with usyour sale Highest Market WW VTVrj WW PRIF ' 1912 5c to 25c. ' dill CO. Everything in Our Store to meet the needs, wants, and fancies of men, women, and children REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BEl'OUT OF TUH CONDITION OF TUB NSBURG Needles, shuttles, E. H. Shelman & Co. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG wmwmmmz ,j ise&asS SsaSSSsSS 3tSJC&S3t & TRUST Bodkins, Rubber Bank, doing business at the town of Irvington, County of Breckenridge, Belts for every kind of sewing machine State of Kentucky, at the close C Lewis. O. K. spun oil at T. of business on the 18th day and J. L. Mesdames Mark Easton of Ma-- , 1912. Stone, of Sturgis ore the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Marion Dyer. RESOURCES Mrs Jeff Hook and son, Howard, spent several days of last week in Lou- Loans and Disisville. counts with one Dowell & Brown furnish good meats or more endorsers $25,270 31 or sureties and deliver ice to your door. Real Estate MortMrs. Joel H. Pile left Monday to 18,430 49 gages spend the week in Louisville. Call Loans' on CoMrs. Morris Beard and son, Murray, 1.2S0 20 llateral returned Monday from a visit to Miss Time Loans on Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough 27,258 04 Collateral R. A. Smith left Monday to spend a Single name loans 2,066 63 $74,971 27 a week with his daughter, Mrs. O. R. Due from National Hardin, near Cloverport. M.OO9 SJ Banks First class repairs of watches, etc , Due from Trust 11,600 84 and a fine first class line of watches, Companies Bank, doing business at the town of Hardinsburg, County of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18th day of May, I9I2. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers or sureties.? 103,593 57 Real Estate 05,000 00 Mortgages Call Loans on 17,000 00 Collateral Time Loans on 59,000 00 Collateral Stocks, Other Bonds, Etc.... 10,27 49 Due from Na48,424 77 4S.424 77 Opening of New Goods Youp Attention Invited To Beginning Business on a New Scale the People of the Sample Vicinity and Breckenridge County: I up-to-d- ate $319,831 06 have made a Complete Settlement with my creditors and am now ready to serve my customers again at the same old place, but in a differgoods, just from ent way, us I have added to my stock a lot of the factories in Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville; thus cutting out the jobbers' profits, and enabling me to sell them at prices much lower than merchandise ever was sold before in this vicinity. i silverware, spectacles, Jewelry and United States and musical instruments and findings at T. National Bank C. Lewis. Mrs. John D. Shaw left Tuesday for Stanley, where she will join her mother and little daughter in a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Henslev. Mrs. Everetts English and son, left Saturday for their home in Owensboro. If you want ice or meat jnst phone Dowell & Brown. Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman entertained Wednesday, Mesdaraes. P. M. Beard, Alvin Skillman, Marvin Beard, K. B. English, Judith DeJarnette and Joel H. Pile. Mrs. Orlie Woolfolk and Jubal Hook went to Louisville Friday. Tom Mcore, of Louisville, attended Notes Specie for Exchange Clearing House.. Overdrafts (secured) 1,000 00 092 35 1,993 35 592 10 133 09 tional Banks... United States and National Bank Notes Specie 9,000 00 7,386 78 16,386 78 Checks other and cash 2,849 11 2,849 11 1,015 81 R. J. R. Brand Shoes in up-to-date My stock consists of the famous items.... 725 10 Hen's, Boys', Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes, all in the very Latest Styles Overdrafts (unsecured) Current Expenses Paid Real 24 95 Estat- e1,053 87 056 60 Banking House.. and Furniture Fixtures Other Assets not under included any of above heads Overdrafts (un1,015 81 secured) ExCurrent 2,510 57 penses Paid Real Estate 1,500 00 Banking House Other Assets not included under any of above 110 4I heads Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Funds..$ 20,000 00 Undivided Profits 11,76143 Men's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Farm Implements, Fertilizer. Below I will give you a few of my prices, enabling you to have some idea as to the bargains I have to offer Best grade "7P Best calico Men's $15 (M n Granulated Boys' S7 A 4 5C a yard . Suits at .. 0 1 U Flour a bag f Oil a lb. 0 b Suits at 4k120 9S S302.028 51 In fnct, everything the Farmer, Mechanic and Housewife needs. P-Sugar 34 55 1,770 00 the convention here Saturday. 591,071 71 Total Kev. Marvin Dyer attended District LIABILITIES Conference at Sonora last week. Capital Stock paid , Dowell & Brown ship ice to all points 15,000 $ In, in cash on the Branch. Phone Surplus Funds. . . . $10,000 00 Undivided Profits. 3,731 28 Fund to pay Taxes 2.122 70 10,153 98 Deposits subject to Mr. and Mrs. i: C. McGhee and check (on which interest is not children, of Long Branch, spent Sun50,74ro: day here the guest of her sister, Mrs. paid) Time Certificates Bettie C. Richardson. (on of Deposits Mrs, Blanche Foote and baby, of Irvwhich interest is ington, visited Mrs. John French anc? paid) 11,013 25 family from Saturday until Monday. 61,754 c) Certified Checks. . Little Laura Francis Palmer, Francis Cashier's Checks Nicola McNally, Maetta Drake and outstanding 32S 60 Zulu Cox bpeut Sunday with Miss Lula Bills Payable 323,69 Bewley at the pretty country home of Other Liabilities her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Blant not included unShacklette, Sr. der any of the Drs. , P. Shacklette, D. T. Heyser above heads 3,256 84 and Dr. Baxter were called in last 894,071 71 Total week to see the little baby boy of Mr. S. A. Shacklette, who is some STATE OF KENTUCKY. and Mrs. better at present. I, M. H. Cornwall, Cashier of the Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Henderson took above named Bank, do solemnly swear their baby to Louisville Sunday for that the above statement is true to the medical treatment best of my knowledge and belief. M. H. Cornwall, Cashier. Mrs. K. A. Ensor, who has been ill for borne time, was able to be out for a Subscribed and sworn to before me drive the latter part of last week. this 23rd day of May, 1912. 1014. My Commission expires Miss Irene Paul returned Thursday Louis H. Jolly, a visit to relatives in Louisville. from Notary Public, Mrs. Elisha Smith, of Guston, spent f R. S. Bandy, Saturday here the guest of Mrs. O. C. Correct Attest L. E. Henderson, ( Er.H. Shelman. Rice. Directors, Cecil Clarkson is with his father, J. F. Clarkson Dr, Heyser left Saturday, for a visit Mrs. Jeff Allen visited her daughters, Mesdames Ernest and Fred Foushee, of with relatives and'frleods at Leltchfield and StepHensburg. Louisville, last week,, 32-R. 8 50,000 00 31,701 43 I have made arrangements with hotels to take all my Poultry, Eggs and Butter, thereby cutting out the copunission man's profit which enables mo to pay you Louisville prices for your produce. I respectfully solicit your patronage and assure you I can save you money and will do Tours truly all in my power to please you. Deposits subject to check (on which interest is not paid). .. 156,63! Deposits subject to check (on which interest 154,232 is paid Total 68 G. W. ESKRIDGE, jacajsqcsjEjesgsamesgesrajSi 310,867 OS : Sample, Ky. m h, !PrSP585 termaBter's Department caused by the- Jess Knott Sunday. death of Major Butt, but he has not Henry Cashman,wifo and child, beeu appointed aid to the President nGr-vi&ited John Avitt at Lodiburjr is it expected that he will be. Major 40 $392,023 51 e. STATE OF KENTUCKY,! -- . County of Breckenridge, J OLl' I, Paul Compton, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Paul Compton, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of May, I9I2. My Commission expires Jan 10, 1014. Claude Mercer, Notary Public. I'M. II. Beard, A' M' KlnchelOC, Correct Attest Q y Roberlson IB. F. Beatd. in town Wednesday. J. R. Willett, of Brandenburg, was 2-- Walter Ensoe and Lovell Jordan, returned home from Vine Grove and Upton, whete they have been attending school, John Hicks of Brandenburg, was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Shumate, of near Big Spring, were in town Monday shopping and calling on friends. Bronor, Mrs. Kittle Wimp and Mrs Van Nelson spent a few days the past week at Mr, Jesse Clarkson's. Mrs. Maud Beavers, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. C. C. Stith. Miss Bertha Wallace Is spending a few days in the country with Miss Minnie French. Mrs. R. M. Chambllss, Louise Wallace and Alta Dowell visited relatives at Hill Grove Saturday and Sunday and attended church. Miss Laura Lee Guedry is in Louis ville getting the latest items in summer dresses. Invitations were received here last week to the commencement exercises of the State University Louisville Medical College from John Rod Shacklette, one of our home boys who will graduate there. The exercises are to be held at Macauley's Theatre Thursday even-ithe 30th. n me uismct bunuay bcliool eonva tlon will be beld at the Presbyterlai church here Sunday afternoon, Jnm ' the second at 2:30 o'clock. The pragr is as follows: Devotional, Kev. Framk Lewis; Song by Sunday School girli; The Greatest Need of the Sunday StekeeJ Major Butt's Successor. by Ira Behen; Solo by Mrs. L. Ti $jtft How to keep boys in the Suuday Swtl RAYMOND U'o.liLnlnn XTa.. O ,""&, Htl.. by, byR. L. Oelze; Addr ATnlllf Tliflrlln Leo E. Stockle, Niuth Cavalry, has been ap$ Vaughau, C. A, latiaer, prMiikmtU Afnarlornnc rmlntu1Vtnw Till lie Mamni-In !, n.,- Miss Laura Satterfie , MorUry. . 5WW. of Frymiro, visited Mrs. A v Sunday. Win. Chappell was in Irvington last Wednesday. Mack Cashman returned homo Sunday. Hoscoe Hendry and Polo Chap-po- ll attended the ico cream supper at Bill Norton's Saturday night. Miss Leo Cashman and brother, Audrano, attended church (it Walnut Sunday. Thoy were guests of Tom Robertson. Miss Sue Black, Addison, spent Saturday with C. L. Avitt. Lawronco Chappoll spent Saturday at home. Butt, while aid to the President, wa nominally serving in the Quartertnas- -i ter'a Department. His deatli leaves a y . .. vueuuey m me numuer 01. olncera as signed to duty in that departmeut. Ma-- ! jor Rhoadea, Medical Corps, several I weeks ago was appointed aid to dent Taft, succeeding Major Butt, and is now with the President. ...... Pri S. S. Convention. VViiViflftliilliiflt 8mA.Av.. ,i. fpU .