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The Breckenridge news: December 11, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912121101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 11, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. kkik ji . THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages (So. CLOVERPORT, KENfuCKY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1912. 222 kJ Letters Prom Little Boys and Girls to Santa Claus Good Little Girl. Dear Old Santa Claus: I thought I Nvould write you a letter ns all the rest t the little folks waswiltlmj to you. I feint a doll, piano. I live close to $L&uise and Tom Smith. I tried to be a , good Httlegirl since you was here last. tell 3 ou all I wanted. I I forgoL-d- l' r want a doll bed; I have a gocart. you oan brine me some candy and nuts of all kinds and oranges and a pair of new Moves, or any thing that will please a " r 8. Former , A. PATE LeSIEUR ENINIETTJATIINGLY County Was a Beloved Knight Didd of Dies in Oklahoma City-- Ill of TyBreckenridge phoid Fever Seven Weeks-Fune- ral Pneumonia in Pocahontas, Man, Becomes Manager of ed at Hardinsburg-Fune- ral Held Yesterday at Large Estate Ewing's Farm in the South. Held by Rev. Dyer. Mother's Home Here. Ark.-Buri- Till only Dahina Powder 9 II it ViAiiAH , ff made ram Royal Grace (SamcjTafiar Men are born, murry and die; the Robert Emmett Mattingly died in Pate, who has for the past four years been the efficient steward good they do is too soon forgotten, and Oklahoma City Saturday, December 7. Mr. S. A. of jeld Santa, Q from Celia Jarboe, Stephensport, Ky. A ti- -. I Fine Little Boy. nl,l Cnnti Ac H la npnr time you to come I will write you and let ,for you know what I want. I tfant an air gun and a knife and all kinds of canand now San dies, nuts, ra don't fnrcret fflv little brother and .sister, David and Beatrice. Bring sis ter a little rocker chair and a doll and David a train and a knife and all kinds of candies. Good bye Sanca. Morris Matlingly. fire-crack- ers; ooo Wrote It Himself. Hello, Dear Santa Claus: I am nine and a years old. I want a base-ba- ll glove and some fire crackers, gbase-bal- l n,H that Is all fromCada Dodson. I Shave got a little sister, she is five years fold. She wants a sleepy doll ana a fcard album and some oranges. Cus- fter, Ky. 0oo w ATtnougKEh'e'state board of controf has offered to Mr. Pate a fine position Mystic, Ky. Please' dont forget mother and at one of the other institutions of the state, yet the offer of Mr. Ewing was father and grandma. so flattering that ho has today formal9 ?. ly accepted same and will leave with ' Lives at Mystic. his family December 1st for their new h RTWr .Santa: . .I ota n .little -girl nine home. . The New Era joins Mr. Pate's many years old, ana i am going w icn you What I want for Christmas. I want a friends In wishing for him and his famdoll and a new dress, and canay ana ily all success and happiness in their ftaffy and oranges and bananas. From new home, and regrets exceedingly that his new work not only calls him iyour little friend, from our city, but from the state as Virgie.Lee Basham, Please, Mr. Babbage, send this to well. New Era, Hopkinsville. 'Santa'Clrius. Please don't forget my mother and father and grandma. '""O ) A Will Go to Santa. Mr. Babbaee: I am going to write I letter to Santa Claus and willgjt !ou to send it on do him. Dear Santa isM'...... iittls' clrl two vears old. t taftfgolng to tell you what I want e.and ff or, Christmas. I want a new ares unu hreenalr of new stockings and a doll i(nd candy and taffy and oranges and Sbnanas. From, your imie trteua. Imn rirtxuPll the Western Kentucky Hospital, has accepted the position of manager of the Felix Q. Ewing estate at Cedar Hill, Term. Mr. Pate has made an excellent record as steward of the asylum, and has thoroughly demonstrated his ability to handle the large farm belonging to the stale and has during bis term here, been superintendent of much of the construction work at the institution. He was also the custodian of all the physical property of the institute, and in all this has shown his great fitness for this particular work. Recently Mr. Ewing was attracted to him, and upon personal investigation here, made a proposition to Mr. Pate to become manager of his estate, which consists of 2,700 acres of land, with all modern buildings and improvements and power plants, lighting plant and machinery of every kind. There is also a large mill on the place. Although this is already one of the g finest places in the south yet Mr. contemplates other extensive 1m provements, all of which will be made by Mr. Pate. This is a very responsible posLion, and it is most gratifying to the many friends whom Mr. Pate has made during his stay in this city and all rejoice in his good fortune, and at the same time would congratulate Mr. Ewing upon securing the service of one so thoroughly competent to handle his Ew-in- the wrongs, often, too long remembered. We should profit by the lives of others. Too often, penniless, weeping widows and poorlv educated and sorrowing children witness the interment of a fond father and husband, but one who has failed to provide for their future. Those men who keep in mind these facts and suddenly die, as did P. N. LeSieur, leaving those lett behind provided for, are the heroes of private life and the real benefactors of mankind. He had been ill of typhoid fever seven weeks Mr. Mattingly is the son of Mrs. O. B. Mattingly, of this city, and was born March 27, 1S36. He leaves his wife, win was Miss Grace Agnew, and a baby daughter. Besides one sister, Mrs. Carl Benton, and four broth- bier estate. Brother LeSieur became suddenly ill and dted of pneumonia in Pocahontas, Arkansas, on December'2. just a few minutes after his faithful and loving companion arrived at his bedside from here. Arriving as she thought among strangers, she found her husba&d by nurses ana friends who had provided for him every comfort that tender care could afford a stricken man He was a Knight of Pythias. After death, these sympathizing brothers accompanied the bereaved sister all the way to St. Louis, 'here seeing her and the body.safely on the train for the remainder of the sad journey. Of course, when they arrived at home, the body was laid to rest by friendly hands, and the burial was witnessed by grieved neighbors and the loved ones, paying tribute to the virtues of the departed. Death found him as he had lived, a devoted .husband, generous neighbor, jraan of honor and integrity; an unas suming Christian gentleman, prepared suj-round- ed ers, David, Lewis, Fraize and James Mattingly, of Marshall, Texas. The la'tttr apcompanied the body home and the funeral was held yesterday at 1:30 The Rev. Mr. James H. o'clock Walkerj of the Methodist church, conducted the services. Ttie death of Mr. Mai tingly brought heart-achto his loved ones in Clover-pohis dear ones in Oklahoma, as iand Mrs.JMattiniycouId not come with the body-oaccount of the critical illness of the baby. Mr, "Mattingly went West about four years ago. He had returned home for a visit during that titne and kept up his interest here. His death seemed n untimely to 'his family, and me ueepesi syrnpawiy 01 menus i ". gpeso u.iQ'inem. nr es Royal BakingPftwfler MEwIm V 12 12 fpMJHl 4r mmmrm No Alum No Lima fVffl fere Jf sfl fUt rt Phosphates n I ?5SSKS4S?KKSS5 THE INTERNATIONAL LIVE STOCK SHOW As grief-stricke- seen by a former Cloverport Girl Mrs. K. S. Scheffield I m M ijCard s . . SSSjSHfSyS?5SJ5f S2SS?KS'S25'SS;SW2i52jS Union Stock Yards, Chicago, HI., Nov. 30th to Dec. 7th. The Union Stock Yards, itself, is one of Chicago's most interesting places) With the Live Stock Show there, it ii' made doubly so. To really appreciate? ! this,,one- - must see. Next best comes pictures and reading abont it. Y Kveri'chen, when one attempts to de 1 H, -- . of Thanks. i . . we vwapt to tc anK our friends ana neighbors for th kindness shown in our sorrow, also Xhse lQ Oklahoma, "City, much good, They do not fatten T other hogs.' "Well, I think the Bible says that only animals with split hoofs are fit to est. " i v for their thoughtful service in the illness and death oVRobert Emmett Maftlnelv. the son andSbrother of Mrs. P??isi.t-nB'ly-d.Clii!rfi- roHnTTastliranonea helper five thousand dollars in insur- ance. He lived right and did well his duty. He had o,deep feeling of universal brotherhood, and that tender care and fraternal affection that was bestowed on him by our brothers was well deserved, and is but another tribute to our fraternalism. Long live the oider, and may his example be emu Henry Dellaven Mcorman. lated. ' itirs. Anne DeJarnette. r -- .- Declared a Bankrupt. Mrs. Anne DeJarnette, one of the older citizens and a much loved woman of the county, died at her home near Hardinsburg last Wednesday. The funeral and burial took place Thursday. Mrs. DeJarnette was eighty-seveyears old and leaves three daughters, Mrs. Gid Miller, Mrs. Willie Houston and Mrs. Barney Squires. n The Sign of His Love. My Dear Friend: You will find enclosed one dollar for which please send your highly appreciated paper. I have been lost the little time I have been without It. I would have renewed except for the fact wo were expecting to move to Oklahoma City, but have now decided to continue with the lithographing business here I am so anxious to hear fram all the good people of dear old Breckenridge county, and your paper is the same as a letter from all. Excuse the crumpled paper of this letter, it was done by one of my grand-babieMrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, Truly yours, J. W Jarrett, was the guest of lier mother this week. Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and daughter, Miss Virginia Hudson, will spend the Hunting Trip. Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Helen and dry J. D. Sawyer. Misses Messrs Allen Pierce, Fred Pierce, Perkins, the debutant nieces of Mrs Sawyer from the South, will join them Leonard Gregory and Edison Glbsor. at the Sawyers country home near spent six days near Glen Dean last week camping and hunting. Charlottsville, Va. s. ooo Far Away. Dear Santa Claus: You will not find Eme in Stephensport, but i'n sunny Cali- Jfyfornia, so be sure to get here. I am trying to be a real gooa ooy umu 'Xmas, and will tell you what 1 wouiu like very much to have. An lrisn man, that I can take & bycicle, a sail boat "down to the brook. Call at papa Jones and bring my wagon, and you can just Heave papa and mama something nice while there, and do not forget my un- The Irvington Hardware and Impleere. Lionel. Yoi neea not Doiner about fruits or nuts, we have plenty ment Company, of Irvington, gave an elegant dinner at their opening Saturhere. Your little boy, Silas Carr Connor. day. An attractive menu of baked ooo chicken, broiled steak, french fried po Short, But Sweet. tatoes, light rolls, celery, coffee, cheese Dear Santa: I want u wagon, some and crackers was beautifully served. roandy and nuts and top and anything Large paper chrysanthemums, gorgeous 'ele you want to bring me. uoou Dye. In design, and brilliant in colors, were Your friend, given each guest and the many friends James Henry Walked. who called in the afternoon to pay their ooo compliments and extend good wishes to In California. Messrs Davis Ashcraft and Jesse Hern-doMy Dear Santa Claus: Here comes The dinner guests were as foltaethfr little California boy asking to lows: Mrs. Jake Kendall, Mrs. J. G. Sk remembered on Christmas eve. You Anderson, Miss Maggie Cowley, J. 11. id best bring brother's. Irish mall, Herndon, Earl Bennett, Louis Jolly, rsre enousrh for two. so I can ride too. Jno. D. Babbage, Rev. W. II. F, Jones, I want Ernest Reese, Lee Slith and Lou CowI am mest as large as brother a Teddy bear and lots of candy and ley, popcorn. A cnoo cnoo, a turtle mat The charm of the entertainment was iya run, ana orotner wants one too. the exhibition of the "Jewel" cook will find papa and mama Gardner stove by Mr. E. E. Howard. The dinpap Jones. Do not forget them. ner was cooked on this stove by a Chef and the cooking was like magic. Even iw b sure to get here. Your little boy, those who detest the sight of a kitchen Ilollis Druard Connor, had their eyes opened to the pleasure Los Angeles, Cat. and satisfaction that can be gotten out of the work by a "Jewel" stove, o0o The demonstration of the Jewel RMMfflber Corine. ranges was a delight to Irvington and Santa: I ar.' a little girl seven the town had its enthusiasm pitched old. I have moved since last high over the opening of this popular to the LaueUit house, if you firm. Everybody went home Saturday bring ma some nice things I will wishing Santa Claue would bring them ill take care of them. PUaee bring me a a, "Jewel" range or some of the other ygrand" things they saw at Irvington Hardware store. Continued ou page 3 n. , Mr. J. Allen Dean, referee in bankruptcy, was in the city yesterday and held a meeting of the creditors of Henry J May who some weeks ago filed his petition for a discharge in bankFor Irvington Everybody Was ruptcy. The meeting was held at the Wearing A Chrysanthemum law office of V. G. Babbage, who rep resented Mr. May in the proceedings, And Celebrating The Opening and it was shown that there were no assets to pay unsecured claims. Of The Irvington Hardware Christmas In Virginia. And Implement Company. A DAY JNEWEL8 FINE ARTS PALACE, PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL - .' EXPOSITION. Fine Arts Palace will be one of the most beautiful structures its architecture as well as lu Us location at the . Exposition. The building. COO feet In length from norU to south, will be semicircular In form ainl will have as'lts, qW' tral motive a low dome arlsjig from a unique base. Forming 'the will be u great lagoon surrounded on three Bides by a sunken garden, which will b deuatled lu romantic Italian nrcbltecturtt. Mere will b assembled tHdftfc?1? paintings of history. TnE fim-groun- d I ) T about the Bible part 'but that is about what we thought.,1' W"They are cholera proof; that is 6n advantage " t scribe, thjcbeauties of tha.Shlres. BaW kvWBut they are not gians, and Percherons, it is Impossible fn front of the "sarha hogsj11 man re Lftfrgo perfect horses, they are. The mark :d tlut-JSochr dren do not colors are gray, black, and chestnut. have half the care that these animals Of these colors, there are all shades. do. "Which neglect accounts, afhfso The grooming enhances their beauty. many people inthese lnstitutlons?'"V( The men claim that careful grooming The sfnswer, "If people would .U&e and clean warm stalls keep these as much rare In th? breeding, raising horses in such good condition. They and environment ot their children as are fed ordinary oats nnd bran with a of animals, very soon the difference little molasses all moistened. Perhxps would be noted. People are just now If any ordinary horse were treated waking up to that fact." with the same care, people would not Who First Wore Your Hat? think these imported ones so beautiful The exhibit of sheqp occupied a large About the finest of these horses are the Percherons, gray and black. An ex- space. There wore many kinds: Hamphibit of Lefebure's had Belgians im- shlres, Cotswolds, Lincolns, Leices ported six weeks. They-we- re larger, ter. Shropshire, Cheviots, Dorsets', Rnmo with Inn.. handsomer and seemed superior In ev- K lUthdnivn'B. lvf-nr' "" ,w"k g; ery way to those of the same species wuoi, &OU1C wun snore wool; in tact, all kinds from the coarsest to the fin bred in America, liach exhibitor had many prize rb- est. Did you ever see sheep of a beautiful lions in red, blue, white and other col ors. Lakewood Farm, Rock Kaplds, orange color? They were there looking la , showed a spread made of the first very much as though a hot Iron had, three prize ribbons. A very large horse been run over them and they had been had placarded above it "lvxperiment badly scorched. It was not a hot Iron Farm of Correspondence College of but ocher. The English people prepare Agriculture, Ft. Wayne, Ind., Year- their sheep .for show by jubbing over ling, Prince Royal, Weight 1810 lbs." them this powder. One large exhibit was from Walnut Great care Is taken of the horses during the show. They are groomed Ha'll Farm, Doneriail, Ky. Of interest to sheep raisers is the exevery day even to the combing and drawing 01 their tuils and manes. periment of the University of WisconRibbons, artificial flowers and straw sin College of Agriculture. 13 wethers fed 105 days on alfalfa hay. fans adorn these. Alfalfa hay, I7S4 lbs.; Rutabagas, 0l5 The Cattle And Swine. lbs.; Cabbage, 683 lbs ; Oats, 1230 lbs.; curly black Galloway Cattle are Bran, 35O lbs.; Barley, .'153 lbs.; Peas, The certainly worth seeing. They are ex- 103 lbs.; Corn, 85 lbs; Gain In wejght hibited from Illinois, Iowa, and Ne- 360 lbs. This experiment was ou year,v lings braska. Next these, the Polled 13 wethers fed IO5 days on clover hay. come. Ked Polled Cattle seemed to take uo the most space There were Clover hay, I9I8 lbs.; Rutabagas, 095 also Buna Vista Hcrefords. Steer ex- lbs.; Cabbage, 083 lbs.; Outs, 1230 lbs.-hibits were given by University of Ne- Bran, 359lbs.; Barley, 353 lbs.; Peas, braska, Jvansas State Agriculture Col- 1D' lbs.; Corn, 85 lbs.; gain in weight lege, Ohio btate University, Universi- 102 lbs. A list of questions. prepared by the ty of Missouri, Iowa State College, National Wool Warehouse and Storage and Purdue University of Indiana Co., of Chicago, is of interest to schools The swine exhibit was black and to everyone. In their wool 'exhibit, Chester Whites, red black Poland Chinas, white Mr, U. Booth answered questions 'and Yorkshires, red Duroc Jerseys, black explained In a way to satisfy the most whlterlnged Hampshlres. So many exacting. Do you know what kind of sheep the Kentucklans exhibited. There were American Hag grows on' Perhaps.you Tamworth swine from Boonedale Stock Farifi? Martinsville; Hampshircs from think all flags are silk. No. The 'reguH., Atkinson, Mt Hterllng; Mountain lation flag of the United States is made UcHauTstock Farm, Russellvllle; Pat- more durable. The long coarse wool at terson & Rouse, Paynes Depot; Klmen-dos- f the Cotswold sheep Is used, Who first wore your hat? Would yau Farm, Lexington. A pretty sight wasfa white Yorkshire with twelve be surprised to know It was a sheep? very small white pigs. There was the It certainly was. Hats are made mostly from the wool of the Califorala'sheep mule footed hog. which are shorn twice vtir1, The conversation between two men: A "When I was a boy at home, we did short wool is better for the felt hats How many quarts of dirt la u fleece? BjjfcWn packing. (That was before it city.) I remember It Is surprising to see the amount vaf. was all doae in the from a lltece. It U IcmI we had a few of these mule footed dirt take ' Continue! 011 page 4 bogs, we considered they were not "1 do not know J, - --- i me Dur-ha- ; Berk-shire- s. Tarn-wort- hs, 11 it PROCEEDINGS Of Election held August, follows: 101a, allowed as 1. IOC DO October Term Of Breckon-ridg- e County Fiscal Court Dennie Miller, Clerk IIARDINSUURO Held In The Courthouse In Tom Gregory, Judge Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Everett Meador, Judge Milt Davis, Sheriff HARDIN9HTJRG HAiiDiN'snona no W. Miller. Judge J. C M. Ueston, Judge C. H. Mattlngly, Sheriff t 2 2 a 2 00 00 00 00 Come to NO. 2. 2 00 2w 2 00 Louisville VISIT GIRLS LEARfKCARDINflf SPINNING NTED AND At a regnlar term of tho Brccken-rldg- c County Fiscal Court, held In and for Breckenridgc county, at the Court House In Hardlnsbure on the 1st day of October, 1012. Present, Hon. h. L. Wagoner. Judge of the tlreckcnridge County Court, presiding, with the following Justices of the Peace, towlt: G. A. Wright, First District; G N. Harris, Second District; Sam Dlx, Third District; Matt P. Payne, Fourth District; Dan Quigglns, Fifth District: B. A. Whittinghill, Sixth District, belner all the Justices of the Peace In cbmmlss-ioCame George Harned, C. L. Brulngton, Clerk NO. w 3. a 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Andrew Drlskell, Judge D. S. Miller, Judge A. Mc Meador, Sheriff Hubert De Jarnctto, Clerk HAKDINSUURO NO. 4. I TO Sapinsky s Inaugural Sale Louisville's Most magnificent Mens store threw open its doors for the first time on Saturday, December 7 til. This store has been commented upon generally as the most mngnificicnt men's institution in the South. Expecting to be ready with our inatigural AT least 3 MONTHS Aoo, and being delayed by causes beyond our control, we are now forced to an immediate disposala "Housecleaning" at the very inception of our business. Rather than carry over any stock we determined to give the people of this vicinity, the most remark-abb- e values in the clothing history tory of Kentucky. You will save much more than your car fare by visiting this great sale. WEAVING L. Ball, Judg Jubal Hook, Jr , Judge Mike Millor, Sheriff C. A. Oelze, Clerk J. Cheap Board CLOVERPOKT HO. 1. Jno A. Waggoner, Judge n. R. S Carter, Judge B. O. Carter, Sheriff n. n. Phelos. Clerk Athel BenOLOVERPORT NO. 2. nett and Amcrlcus Smith, residents of D II. Severs. Judtre Breckcnrldge county, and ask the Judge.. court to consider the building of a H. I. Stader, Sheriff. Qinlrlnrr Prfiflk .it its forks Joe B. Smart, kiUn nunc Polk Clerk near Custor, tho court being advised iff R T CLOVERPOBT NO. 3. was moved and seconded that commisII, Squires, Judge sioners be appointed to investigate the necessity of a bridge and to view site J. K. Miller, Judge for same, tho motion being put same W. P. Laslie, Sheriff carried, and the court appointed Geo. H. H. Hardin. Clerk BALtTOWN. Harned, Pal Garner and Matt P. Payne Commissioners and directed them to J. J. Keenan. Judge as mako a report at the next term of this W. B. Taul, Judge T. N. Hawkins, Sheriff court. An annual report of V. L. Heizer, I. M. Bates. Clerk STEPHENSrORT. State Registrar of Vital Statistics of of Health of Ken- Sam II. Dlx, Judge the State Board tucky, was this day produced to court, A. V. Whltworth, Judge read and approved covering the fees of Joe E. Stewart, Sheriff physicians, mldwives and registrars in Jas. T. Basham, Clerk the sum of $ 178.00, and It Is ordered MOOLEYVILLE. that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county C. H, Elder, Judge shall pay each of said claims that E. S. Pike, Judge properly endorsed by State Registrar, G. B. Cunningham, Sheriff.... and the Sheriff shall have credit in his E. F. Egart, Clerk settlement for amount paid out. UNION star. Claim of Dr. J. E. Kincheloe W. S Cart, Judge expenses attending school M. S. Jolly, Judge $ 9 50 of health officers J. W. Brown, Sheriff Claim of Standard Printing Lonnie Hall, Clerk Co. for books furnished to WKHSTER. 26 10 Circuit; Clerk, iillowed R. D. StClair, Judge Claim W J. Schopp pauper Judge 6 00 Harry Norton, coffin allowed P. R. Claycomb, Sheriff Printing Claim of Standard A. J. Dye, Clerk Co, for books furnished to County Clerk, allowed Claim of Lee Walls, Circuit Court Clerk's cost in case Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Farmers Bank, allowed. Claim of Lde Walls, Circuit Court Clerk's cost in case Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Dennie Sheeran, allowed Claim of Lee Walls, Circuit Court Clerk's cost in case 14 73 3 60 2 00 3 60 2 00 2 00 3 60 3 60 2 00 TRANSPORTATION ALLOWED ...APPLY AT ONCE 3 2 GO 00 3 60 2 00 3 40 2 INDIANA COTTON CANNELTON, INDIANA LODIBURG 00 3 40 2 00 3 2 3 2 2 5 5 2 4 2 4 2 60 00 60 00 00 $100,000 Stock NEWS Buy Land, and Make Money Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land in Breckenridge Big county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, NumRob- Must be Sold Quick Read What You Get For the Money Take your unstrictcd choice of every 5io and $12 men's suit and o ercoat in the store. All brand new goods; nothing old or shoppy price (TO CO at the "late-seaso- Mr. Warn Miller Celebrates His Sixty-Secon- 20 20 00 40 00 40 00 2 0o 3 00 3 60 2 00 4 2 4 2 2 4 4 2 40 00 40 00 00 30 yo 00 for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and the Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now erts Dead. is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in In another" ton years, land will leap another 50 Miss Bessie Speaks, of Basin Springs, tho last ten years. spent the week end with her. mother, )er cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap. Mrs. Boise. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interMrs. George O'Bryan, of Evansvllle, est you, write your name and address and we will keep jou in touch was visiting her mother. Mrs. Valen- with our bargains. tine O'Bryan, of Rhodelia, last week. Edgar Compton, who has been in California for the past two years, re. turned home last Saturday. Mrs. Bateman, of French Lick, Ind., came In last Thursday to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Hardin Miss Mary ftoble spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Noble, of Frymire. visitWill Head, of Louisvllle.-waing friends in Lodlburg last Sunday. Mrs, Bettle Norton, of Norton's Valley, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. R T. Payne. Hark Allen, of Brandenburg, has bought the Sam Stiff farm. Consideration $2,750 James Rhodes bought a boundary of timber of Jonas Basham. Paid $150. Miss Naunie Payne was visiting friends in Irvlngton last Sunday. Miss Frances Severs, of Union Star, is in Louisville thjs week the guest of relatives. We were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Bill Roberts, of Ilaxeldell. the '9 of November and was inter-c- d in the Roberts graveyard on the old Roberts farm on Yellow Bank. Mrs. Roberts was a zealous Christian, and was a woman loved by all who knew her. She leaves a husband, live children and a host of friends to mourn their bss. She was married to sixty years liam Roberts more ago. Mr. Warn Miller celebrated his birthday on last Sunday, the 8th of December. All his children wore present but one, Abe Miller, of Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Will Basham, Mr. and Mrs. Roll Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Basham, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller, Frank, Jake and Asia Millor and Miss were: Kitty Miller. The Misses Tna and Mamie Basham, Elmer, Herman and Joe Basham, and Carlt Miller. One brother, Joe Miller, of M:ade county, also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dowell, Miss Annie Keys, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardin, At 12 o'clock we were invited to the dining room where the long table was spread with good things fit for a, king. Five kinds of cakes, six kinds of pies, chickens, hams and other good things too numerous to mention. A post enjoyable day was spent by all, both old and young, We hope Mr. Miller will live to enjoy many more happy birthdays. s Birthday Dinner For The Large Bill ber Of Guests-M- rs. d IRVINGTON. J. B. C. O. 7 ij Herndon, Judge Kitterman, Judge D. W. Henry, Sheriff A. O. Marshall, Clerk iiewmjyvilli:.' 7 W. Keith, Judge Chas. Blanford, Judge G. R. Compton, Sheriff 00 D C. Heron, Cleik Continued next week. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs H. M. Beard, Clerk, allowed Claim of Allen R. Kincheloe for insurance premium , Fire Tarnado, &c on county barn machinery, mules. &c, allowed Claim of W.R. "Moornnn, Jr., salary as Livestock Inspec. tor from October 1, 1911 to October 1, lol'-J- , allowed... Claim of A. J. Dye, D. S , allowed, itemized Claim of the Bradley, Gilbert Co. for ballots primary e.ectlcn August, igl2, allowed We wish to cull your attention to the (act that most infectious diseases such 7 60 as whooping cough.fdiphtheria and scarlot fever are cotrfracted when the child has ii cold. Utaauiherlitin's Cough Remedy will quTjacly cuie a cold and grenilv lessen thy danger of contracting I4I 00 these diseases.'Thls remedy is famous for its cures of colds. It contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given to a child with implicit confidence. 2.j0 00 Advertisement. Sold by all dealers. 3O 00 The "Live Store" is to be known throughout this section of the country as "The home of Kuppenhei-me- r Clothes"; in the inauguration of a new establishment whetfc these fine garments were to receive their just recognition The House of did themselves proud .selecting extra fine models for this sale. Accordjngl , here we show now at the J 13.50 price, several hundred genuine Kuppenlieitner-mad- e suits and overcoats in all the season's most fashionable fabrics, together with the best products of highly regarded makers. Kup-peiiheiin- er Wanted Small Farms number of inquiries for small furms from 50 to 10 acres, improved. If you have a small farm well iinprovedgoodlev Wo have a land, list it with us and wo will do the rest. 111 Kup-pcnticlm- er Clothes have never been sold on earth at such a price. We need not ar- gue with on when we say that you may now have our selection of several hundred ot these brand new garments, tailored for this Kail's trade, now priced regardless of profitjuul with the sole idea of reducing this stock. All this lot is special at the "late- - (M Q Ef season" price of 4HU.JU Of course you know just as well as we do that we cannot sell you 530 or $o clothes for $16 nobody can; furthermore, as far as we are concerned, you can always trust us not to make an exaggerated statement. However, here are exactly 162 suits and overcoats from The House of Kuppenhehner marked in this stock early in the 1 all to sell for 20. You will find practically every new model; all the high-grad- e fabrics. Shawl collar coats, coats, great coats; belted-bac- k two-butt- on She-die- -- 12S S3 Claim of Cioverport Foundry and Machine Company for ballot boxen furnished the 28 00 county, allowed Clarm of G. ". Shellman. Election Commissioner 7 14 00 das at ?2 00 per day, Claim of Dennie Sheeran, election commissioner, 7 14 00 days at $2.00 per day Claim of J. V. KtClair, election commissioner 3 days at i 00 per day 10 00 Taxation and cot in the case of Pa Garner .and others on petition to widen road, allowed as follows: II M. Beard. County Court 5 70 Clerk's cost. Sheriff cost 50 Jim Paul, vitwer. SO Henry Tucker, viewer I) 00 R. M Basham, surveyor cost Taxatiou and coet in the case of J, S. Tinius andptherson petition to charge road allowed as follows: H. M. Beard, County Clerk's cost 5 70 1 50 J. S. Tinius, viewer 1 50 Hardin, viewer Z. T. Chas. Relddlc, viewer 150 Sheriir Taxation and cost in tho case of J.M. Rhodes and others on petition to change road allowed as follows: II. M. Beard, County Clerk's 8 3. cost Hollls Drane, viewer 150 150 J. V. StClair, viewer 9 00 R. M. Uasham, surveyor.... Salary of Andrew Drlskell, Superintendent of Schools of Breckenridge county, al lowed, based on 6,703 pu $-- Mrs. Wni. Chappell Is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dutschke, Web ster, visited Mrs. Dutschke's father, Milton Pollock, Sunday.- The S. A. Stiff farm was sold at the court-hous- e door at Brandenburg December 2. Hark Allen, of that place, purchased it at $2,700 Mr. and Mrs. George Hardest, of fabrics; all pure wool and guaranteed both by the maker anil b us. While this one lot lasts, special at the "lntc-seasoprice of high-grad- e English suits; Wll-"Cha- double-tone- d n sixty-se- Payneville, spent Sunday with their sii'tor, Mrs. Sarah Hall. Dale Pollock was in Irvlngton one ciny $16.00 cond veruodn; Rood barn 30x5o; tenant 137 acres under plow; 10O acres grass; acres In timber; well watered, cistern and ponds. 3j to .0 bushels corn und 1200 pounds tobacco to uere. Good clover land luys wuvy to level location Ideal and In one ot tliu best neighborhoods In the county. Price $1,200; H.casti Terms on balance good and lovol land. 1 IMn I x good barn; ull land well ? 300 acres 3 miles mile from schooi- - located; 3 miles from Irvlngton. cleared, 3,300 lIn Xf near Sample; ono frcm railroad. I'rlco nouse. 25() acres lying In u valley: S Nn acres; Farm. Mf. "3 Good Stockdwelling;155 btock well houses, largoroom dwelling and hall; Stenant jwheat, improved tobacco barn; 2K miles South barn. Grows tobacco, corn, clover, ai.il of Kirk, H mile from school, well watered, 3 grass. 1 miles from Irvlnnoti, on rural springs near barn ; on ltur.il Houte. route. This land Is a little rolling but does not wash. Price right. Jug. U. ltabbagc, Nr 1 1 175 acres l n,11 Kast of Glen Cioverport. Ky. yjm ikj Dean; good, strong llmo stone soil, watered by wells and springs, on good mile from school Nr l,Ul A Beautifully located onepractically county road, near good Jl.200, 3and churches. u live town. 100 ucres Now. tobacco stock all lovol land, uuliuproreu; good fencing. ?;ood tenant barn cot line clover and barns, grass houses, Ideal spot for dairy farm. I'rlee reasonable. 60,100. Price Write Jno. IJ lUbbhge. Cioverport,. Ky. mile u ltw ucres located near Dukes, IIuu-li- Mn 1 A 13i acres located I 12,000. north ot McQuudy. I'rlco cock county ; l'JO acres under plow Hcash 78 acres timber; wol I watered ; plenty of fruit ; balance In yearly payments. 0 room dwelling; barn 40.lU; 40 m:res lovol, ! miles from Hardlns-i-- J0 acres rest rolling, (Jood lanu for tubacco. corn, Nn I burg, county seat; well Improvwheut and clover. It Is u bargain at 1,600, jjQO cash, oalunco easy payments. ed; onoot the best furms In thocounty. Price $1,000. Nr Ii IS acres 1 mile South of Rockvalo, w good level land, 4 room dwelling tenant house and necessary outbuildings. Mn 1 A 59 Acres near Buras. Dwelling; bam20t20; Jog stable. 20 acres School house and church In 3o0 yards. Price level, rest rolling; soil sandy lo.im underlaid jl. 050 cash. with clay; well watered Price $050. , dwoll-'from n 74 acres, 3 miles rooms Kirk, porch," Jn InglK story 0 uno 7M acres well Improved land, ono good well, small tenant house, good barn and Nn XJ mllu from Mr.Ouudv! nil lnv.tl. and stable Rood orchard. goodHhupo. Excellent neighborhood. KlnT tobacco 100 acres lu ono Mn R 124 acres In tho pther; I'M acresand 42.500. and corn land: well watered rlcp u located 3mllefrom Hardinsburg; loo acres 3 .' Acros.ono miles from Harned; H tnllo of Klngswood Nn 1 R --woll Improved;ratio from Harned t college. plenty of good waterjUstock barns 80x00 and 30x19. Two-stoMn O 1&l) acres; located on Hondcrson 54,750. dwelling, and tenant house. Price y Houte, lmllo east of Lodlburg; house; 25 Acres. 3 ml le from Iivlngton, on rural routu. Good Ira mo dwelling; a rooms and 1C8 No. 1. A Fine Home Farm 70 acres In pasture, 50 In timber; m dwelling; gooa barn and well wateied; lime-stoland. Pi Ice 51,000, No 10 150 Acres, two miles from Hard-- i. barns 30x03 and 43x150; 'i tenant houses; good level land grows corn, tobacco, wheat and grass. I'rlco (3,750, Lund near this sold recently fo S40 the acre. llvo-roone iv nsburg;7-roomdwolllng- ;2 iu. nv. ''" it u. nv. it ij w, nu iu. iv nv ''" Two-tract- s nu' '' ry You will never again find such nu' lait week. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Comptbn and Mr. and Mr. W. L. Black spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 1 1 Preach, of Lodlburg. Martin C!u comb, who hat been living at Lodiburg for the past year, has moved back to his farm near here. Mrs. Otis Stiff and daughter, Mabel, visited Mrs Mary Norton at Lodlburg Sunday. A Texas Wonder 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 bold by your druggist will buent by mall on receipt of fl.yOno small bottle is two mouths' tjatnient and seldom fails to perfecUfcure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olivwetreet, St. Louts, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug gfts, Advertisement, thoroughly garniiuts as'we are offering now for 19. This price scarcely represents the wholesale muker'scost. c would much rather have $19 for them now than to carry them otr until another season and then sill them at this price or lens. We ;m mU the most wonderful of alius in Kuppenheinier'sbeot $25 suits, ami by so doing, lenient friendship for this "Live Store." We can't adequately describe them here, but be 011 hand during this sale and put ns to the test of proving that e try 25 suit nnd overcoat in this stock is now special at the (Mf) flfl " price of 4) I II. UU Throughout the entire stock similar reductions prevail. We guarantee to save you at least 25 per cent. Visit us and learn of the "late-season- grand-childr- en K1 3fin 3 acres, s miles irom Guston. pu,ouu iiu miles from Irvlngton; well watered t lays well; good young orchard ; good timber ; on rural route ; school house few yards fro n house; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen oil back porch; two good barns; brji und tcnent houso and cistern back in the Hold; meat and lien house; woodshed; will hell ou easy payments; plenty ot small fruit. Further particulars uiress Jno. D. ltubbage, Uloverport, Ky. 160 acres four mlles'west of aieudoano, 3 miles from brunch rallroud;uUfreshland; 100 ucres In cultivation; 50 acres Iji grass; will produce the btt corn, wheat und tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well ui door ot dwelling; log dwelling. 2 rooms and sine roomi good stable; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tonanthousM, Plenty ot good timber for farm purpoMai good laud to clear. Price J. 000 H cash. R9 Cl(C Por t For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This ongino is in good condition; has boon run about i years and is a b&pgfiin to anyone nceding)a stationary ongino. HasaH'necossary pipes, gasoline tankwhich holds abouWrt) gallons; has detachable gasoline "pump and a jurifural gas attachment. Reason forselling onth-fftoo larga for my purpose. For further infor- call on or address y buy. live, methods characterizing this "Live Store." Money back on request. No one urged to Sapinsky's Two Stores On Fourth, between Market and Jefferson New Albany, Ind. A Des Moines man had an attack of muscular rheumatism in Ills shoulder. A friend udyWdVhitu to go to Hot Springs, That mant Hiijprf&use of $100,00 or more, He Bouffmior a quicker aud cheaper waif tafKtre it and found It in Cliamberlair Liniment. Three days after the first application of this liniment be was well. For sale by all pllsatl8c each,.-,- ; 1,217 34 Claim of election plllcers for Primary $3.50 Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 13.60, Louisville dealers. Advertisement. io. D. Babbage Cioverport, Ky. Subscribe Right Now. 5jEM:t CumbtrUiid TclfkeHC Ne. 46, tjtck. !P"Wf l' , Santa glaus Vh letters I Continued from page Mt u and muff, a big doll, a nice story took and set of little dishes. Bring Mule brother a horse and wagon, a rubber ball, bananas and some soft Your little girl, amly. Corine Qulgglns, Cloverport, Ky, ooo Free Delivery Purchases $5.00 or more Delivered FREE of BACOWaSON INCORPORATED Mail Orders Filled Promptly and Carefully Wants Writing Desk. Dear Old Santa: Don't forget me I would like a little writing desk and a Xmas tree, and my dolls dressed. I hopo I will see you when you come to Mr. Rceses store. Bring plenty of nuts and candy and popcorn. Feed your reindeers good so they can Wry a big load. From your little Ida PulHam, friend. Irvington, Ky. Xmas. ooo Holiday Goods Now on Sale Do Your Shopping Early Thomas' Letter. am a little boy nine Dear Santa: years old. I will tell you what I want r ' for Xmas. I want a watch and chain, f 4 new suit of clothes and a nice pair of gloves. Bring me some candy, oranges, fTbananas and nuts. I will close. Good bye. Thos. Smith, Jr. Stephensport, Ky I Always The It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christmas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are mak-inthe prices for the opening most attractive. g The Christmas Store of Louisville Gifts Fop Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Wife, ooo Bring Her a Cradle. I will tell you what I would like for Xmas. I want a doll and cradle, piano and sfove. I want a new coat and cap and lots of candy, oranees. bananas and nuts. I will be a good girl and go to bed early. That is all. Don't forget my brother. Dear Santa: Sweetheart or Friend rand a corps of salesladies to help you Louise Smith, Stephensport, Ky. in your selection. ooo f Go to Francisco, Ind. Dear Santa: I am a little boy six years of age. I thought I would write and tell you what I would like to have for Xmas. Would like o have a little wagon and a wheelbarrow and some candy, oranges, mixed nuts and some fire crackers and Roman candles. That is all I want, but don't forget little sister. She is eighteen months old. She wants a rocky horse and a doll. Good buye. From your boy. B. Weedman. he Children to See Santa Claus 7 Santa will give to each child coming to see him an attractive Christmas paper ooo Railroad Fares Refunded at the Rate of S A FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP! FI11ST Because it is a good farm, fertile land, lays slightly rolling, does not wash; nearly ever' aero is tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lyincr on northern hill side. It V3 in tn0 pardon spot of Breckinridge county; bliUiND ,flnd on all sides sCiis frora $35 t0 $40 an aero. THIliD It is near the railroud. It grows wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow peas clo- FOUKTIl:- - "vor, all kinds of grass. contiins300 acres ,and is cheap. It will produce 11JJ1H jn ono year ifrightly farmed, nearly half its cost. Labor plentiful and cMrp Write fc ek Eleven Years Old. Tf. vpnrc nIH. I am a little girl eleven Little Miss Hamman. nm writintr vou a few Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl lines to let you know what I want for grade. Xmas. I want a doll and a doll buggy, eight years old and in the fourth I would like to have a nice large doll set of dishes, a little stove, canuy, nuts, Amnirsc hnnnnnc. Anrl T have a little and a nice table and chairs, and would sister eighteen months old. She wants a also like to have a large trunk and a n rocky horse and a gold ring and a gum nice chain and locket and a nice coat for me, and some candy and fruits and doll.' So good bye. Dear Santa: T For "Quality's Sake" us, i Lewisport P t. BEST IT MEANS Flour Vera Weedman, Francisco, Ind, all kinds of nuts. Your little friend, Mary Christiauu Hamman. ooo He Is Going On ooo well, I PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Ymuurocer Don't Keep it, Write to us Dear Santa Claus: I six years old. Will you please be so good to bring me a little gun and candy and nuts and bananas, Roman candles, and many thanks. I will be a good Hugh Freddie Shere, boy. 1 am, Free, Ky. Tooth Brush to Make Her Pretty Dear Santa: I am a little girl seven am a little boy Seven. years old. I want a work box, a tooth brush and some tooth soap'and candy, I have a little nuts and oranges. a billy goat and a brother and he wants gun and candy, nuts and bananas. Please don't forget me and brother. Will be good till you come. Good bye. Mary Louise Hall. Stephensport, Ky. jLJpW ISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky ooo se fU 1 Easily Satisfied bring me Dear Santa some little dolls, doll bed and doll buggy, candy, oranges, and bring my little brother a wnRon and horse. Your little girl, Bridget McGovern, l'ree, Ky. Claus:--Plea- ooo She Wont Peep. Dear Santa Claus: As it is getting so near Christmas I thought I would write you a little letter and let you know what I would like to have. I ivnnlrl Hlr tr hnVH a doll RUli CUTt and doll clothes and doll furniture. Please don't forget to bring me lots of nice things to eat. I will be a good little girl and wont peep. From your little Charlie Lee Hamman. girl friend. JNp: kj,20- 0.,.. T 11 D. BABBAGE Cloverport, Ky. Price $4,200 t, COTTON SEED MEALS 8 tvt vv 11 x vv Ihesto n, Hardinsburg,KJX 1 11 1 Ky. JS?;2??2i::2?;?2 Ti7i-iT'TriA7rkrfcHru FOR SALE r-ail, I fl Hay and Grain 1 ' How to JUDGE A BANK Tlf A MAN HAS HIS ACCOUNT 1 with a bank that doesnot ac cord hira satisfactory treatment he aunjmarily transfers the account where he will receive the consideration he deserves, Thus, the merits of a bank maybe read ily judged by the length of time it holds its acqounts, Transactions with the FARMERS BANK, are invariably satisfactory, and accounts with this safe, strong institution are seldom closed. We want new business, but NEVER lose sight of tWold. ooo Little Addison Boy. Dear Old Santa Claus; I am a little boy four years old. I thought I would write and tell you what I want you to bring' me. I want a money bank, a little express wagon, a automobile, some candy and nuts, oranges, bananas and lots of fire works. So don't forget to come. I will co to bed early and shut rpy eyes tight. I live at Addison, Ky. My name is Alenzo Addison BiacK. Please don't forget to bring my little brothers, Everett Owen, something. o-- o linilCTht I Vt'Olllll lima write ml tell you what I would love for you to bring me. I want a Httie train with red cars, a hand car, a little horse and wagon, fire works of all kinds, a necktie arc! candy, bananas, oranges. I will be a good little boy and go to bed early, so please don't forget to fetch my little baby brother lots of toys. tt He is two years old. My name is bv-ere- seven years old. I live in Stephens-porKv. I go to school every day. I would like to have one great big doll, a little trunk, a set of dishes, some new ribbon and lots of candy, oranges, nuts, raisins and grapes. Now, please don't forget my little friends at Prestons-bur- g in the mountains. Your little girl, Lucile Maxlue Klssam. You will find Cough Remedy. .c nc tv VU. i a Ik 1 I Lee Black. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Vfiardinsburg, jfT 000. The Largest Wagon. Dear Santa Claus:- -I am a little boy five yeurs old. I live on Main street In Stephensport, and I would be so happy If you would please bring me the largest wagon at Schopp's store. I don't want anything as much as I want a good wagon to haul stovewood and coal. I would like to have some candy, tljfttdniggiss 0 eveiy-wher- e DENTIST speak well ipfeyibw Chamberlain's from long Cumb. Phone 18. Rcddcnce Shcllman House ::: Kentucky Lee o and Walter James Millard-Haynes- . . IFarmirs nr Hardimburg, Bank, Ky. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy seven years old. I go to school and love my teacher. Her name is Miss Cecil Dix. I will tell you what I would like for you to bring me. A billy goet, a pistol and lots of candy ana nuts, also a writing des,k. I have a Utile cousin, her name is Mary Louise Hall, bring her something, and as you pass by please leave aunt Cinda a nice present. She live between the postofllce and Mr. Schoop's store. I will be a good boy and go to bed early and shut both eyes tight. Good by Santa. James Millard Hayaw, . Stephensport, Ky. experience injthe sale of ithat in cases of coughs aiurcoldsUrfn always be depended upon, amrtuat it is pleasant aod safe to take. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. jEmiee Over Farmers Bank oranges and nuts, and please don't forget my papa and Bill Lynch at Beaver Your little boy, Creek, Ky. Levy Klssam. STEPHENSPORT Mrs. M. A. McCubblns is ill. Emery French and Lewis Perkins Ask the Farmer Who Has One Tolophono works what wonders tho Cumbovluml for him. IIo will roply: tnv nroducts 2 Gets tho best prices 3 Brings supplies i SnlU 4 ooo Addison His Home. Dar Old SaaU Clau: As it's al- - went to Louisville Friday evening. Little Cloves Ray is ill of pneumonia. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me Miss Ether Payne spent Saturday oranges, a doll and some books, candy, bring my sister Catheryne and Sunday the guest of Mr. and Mrs, bananas, and a locket, and don't forget my school Dick Miller at New Bethel. Bernard Lewis and family moved into Your little girl, mates. Lucy McGovern, Mrs. Mary Payne's property Monday. Free, Ky, Children's cloaks going at Payne's 000 for 50c, 7fic and 8, From Lucile Maxine. Ladles' and children's furs at cost. Claus:- -! am a little girl Payne, Dear Sasta A 000 Doll and Books. Helps tho housewife Increases profits i I'tuwTor lisou over ana over Soven airdinaljfctfSons why YOU should bo intorestctl and send toduwfor booklet. For information call Manager Protects tho homo ' 5 0 Xurabfi'land Telephone & Telegraph Co. i't Stlnoorporated.) t jF Better Subscribe for The News Right Now THE BRECKENKIDGE Issuod Kvory Wednesday. NEWS, Report of the condition of the Report of the condition of the JNO. D. IUBBAGi, Editor and Publisher BRECKINRIDGE .BANK' BANK OF CLOVERPORT EIGHT PAGES. CLOVEKPORT, KY., 'HIBKESDAT. DEC. 11 1912 Subscription price $1.00 n yenr in ndvnnco. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and; 5c for cnch( additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for nt the rato of 5 gents per lino. money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Enjoy each day as it comes, nnd worrv not about tomorrow. with pleasure that wo arc receiving orders for Christmas subscriptions. It. if Doing business At the town of Clover a batik doing busltic at the town of CloVerport, Breckinridge county, State port, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the (close of business f Kentucky, at the clce of business on tfte 26th day of Nov. 191a, oi the 26th dny of Nomber, 1012. RESOURCES Loansfcnd Discounts.. Overdrafts, secured Ad . secured Stocks, Bonds and ofher un- To Remind You This season of the year is the timo your houso needs a or tho old one needs repairing. It is tho best time to paint, to put up guttering or clean nnd repair tho old onoa to got tho fall rains in your cistorn, which 'may also need patching. To have you a now homo built to eat Christmas dinner in. To mako some nice concrete walks around your place. To look after your chimneys and flues and seo if thoy aro sufo for tho winter fires. I do nil of tho above, but if you prefer to do tho work, let mo figure with you on tho material. A full and complete lino of all kinds of now roof RESOURCKS 512.1803 55 Loans nndiDiscounts I OvcrdraftsXsccured Se- Banking Hpuse, 1'urnlture and FIxtuYes...! Other Asset! nor incatded under any i afove heads oul It iVs Due from vtanks... Cash on hVnd I Checks ancAother clsh items Due from Baiks....C 70.020 14 Cash on hanu. 28,1(11 67 Checks and other c steh items. 8,000 10 Hanking IIousA Fiuftiiturc and 404 50 cured. ...V njul unse- 43,85.1 00 ...... ..g. f 8,657 455 73 79 4 1364 99 292 25 1,344 53 255 00 Fixtures 0,252 54 147 37 Total. ...V ?58.99 9 LIAftLITIliS Capital Stock parfl in cash 15,000 00 J247.101 05 Surplus Fund 2,609 15 less" xpen- Undivided I'rofi LIABILITIES scs and taxes MA... 77 70 Deposits subjci to Capital Stock Amid in, in ?25,3.1 ctiecK ... . S 4. 100 00 cash M -14.1? 39.545 02 Surplus Fundi. 1. ti.OOO 00 Time Deposits Due Hanks an Trust Undivided PrfcfitX less ex nies .... 27 32 penses and Jaxel paid 034 07 Rediscount Notes and 1,000 00 UepoMtS SUDR-'C- t Total!. f. -- Lumber, Windows, Doors, Nails and Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement, Shingles Laths, Plaster, Galvanized Tin and. 1 Rubber Roofing, Guttering Paints, Oilsfarnishes and Interior Finishes, All Tames and other Planing Mill Work to order. Time Deposfts. 13l:j62 30 "I to check.. f..S .11.008 20 $103,370 8S Tofel J5S,Q69 19 1. Total $217,101 95 State of Kentucky, I County of BreckinriaRe, fact' We, W.Al BowmeV nnd A. B. "We can Don't vait until you move to renew your subscription, President and Clshier of the above named Bank, do soklnnly swear, that change your address at any time. the above statement Is true to the best of our knowledge andbelief. If the space in the country weekly was not a paying investment, W. H. Bolvmer, President. A. B. Skllllnan, Cashier. the city merchant would not o ir. Subscribed and swern to before me this ltfth day of December, I9I2, Do your Christmas shopping early. The first pick is the be . . . j O. T. Sk man. . . . Ommtssion expire.- Notary Public pick. Shop with the (inns that advertise in the News. lliey Want ' u-- Wu wish Santa Cluus would letter wo publish to him. bring us a subset iption for every Skill-ma- n, ) State of Kentucky, County of tfrcckinridgc, );ScU We, A. A. Simons and I'aSl Lewis, President and Cashier of the abote named llatik, doColcmnly swear that tile above statemenis true to the best of our know .RI0N WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport. Ky. ledge atil belief. your trade and should have it. inn, '' 1 - . i., iyn. Correct Atteit: Col. Ben Johnson sends word from "Washington that he docs not Report of the condition of intend to let any Republican at pointnicnts be conHimed if he can E. H. SHELMAN, Bankers help it. He says he is out for all the pic he can get for Democrats. Paul Lewis, Cashi&r Subscribed and sworn to before nlcthis 6th day of Dec. 1912. Etlitli ai. Hum: My Commission expires Notary Public Feb. 23, 1916. Correct Attest JOHN A. BARRY R. L. OEI.fcK, F. P. PAYNK, Directors A. A. Simons, President BJ r Report of the condition of the very instructive and attractive article about the International Live Stock Show at Chicago appears in this issue f 10m the pen of Irs. E. S. Sheflield, whom the young women of this city remember as Miss Bessie Lamb. A a Bank t The home merchant who does not use advertising is Mtnply shutting his door on opportunity. The trade can bo turned from Louisville by making your stores atti active with the poods the men and curities 477 ?Due front Banks 19.456 women want, and by letting them know about it. Cash on hand,. 3,349 Hanking House, furniture and Fixtures i. 1,712 "A list of railroads between Louisville and Evansvillo that operate Other Assets not incluued unsuperior service to the Henderson Route" was the title page of a der any of above heads 69 novel little uoeKiet sent out by the L., II. and St. L. R. R. All the X Total 5101,631 inside pnges were hlhnks. We looked through it twice before we VlAUIBlTIES saw the point. RESOURCES 26th dayfof Nov. I912. Loans and Discounts 575,619 24 RESOURCES Overdrafts secured and unsecured 68 Loans and Discounts...' $69,935 045 Stocks, Bonds and other seOverdrafts, Secured andunse- T STATE doing business at ' the town of Iryiiigton, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of busi- Doing busjuess nt the town of Irvington, ness on the 26th day of Nov. 1912. county of Breckinridge, State of Ken I tucky, at the close ot business on the 1 .. ' 74 . I. Due from Banks 12,622 00 .A 81 Cash on hand 3,278 96 Checks and other casuitcms.. 717 96 Banking House, Furniture and 1 mures...! 5,669 ai 80 2$ 73 cured X -- f 479 64 Jf 48 I0UU...V..4 J9I.993 32 00 The tobacco market at Owcnsboro seems to be deadlocked. The growers have iixed a price. The buyers say they will not pa' it, and that the farmers can keep their tobacco. There is every indication for a complete deadlock for some time unless new buyers get into the Held. (instead of being limited to four pounds) and not greater in size than Total.,I.. A 5101,631 48 seventy-twinches in length. This means ycu will get your tailored State of Kentucky. suit or coat suit by mail instead of express if you buy it from a mail County of Breckinridge Set. We, E. II. Shelman and M. II. Corn order house. wall, ami o Cashier's checks outstanding. 503680,913 Reserve for taxes' V. 2,320 The new parcels post system will be inaugurated January the Other I.iabilitiesfrot Included under any of apove heads.. 950 first. This pcimits the mailing of packages up to eleven pounds Surplus Fund.,!'. 1,354 42 Capital StockVpaid in, in cash $15,000 00 Undivided Proutj, less expenSurplus JMiiKll, 2 1,750 00 ses and taxepftid 558 42 Undivided Profits, less expenDeposits subject ub ses and taxesfepaifl... 69722 check .......1.543,281 Deposits subject to1 ' Time Deposit's ...I. 32,799 38 75,oSo 48 10 check fS66,2S6 3I 1 t s Time Deposits.. if. 24,57667 . ;?9'.993 TotaJL -- LIABILITIES Capital S.ock pawl in, in cash. 515,000 Thobist protection you can have for your family Is A BANK ACCOUNT. best protection you can hate from creditors or sickness Is A HANK ACCOUNT. It you have not any money In the bank, why not begin now? A bank account will fortify your liomo iiRiilnst misfortune, and you will not have to mortgage It If un fortunate circumstances arise; because you will bo prepared with a Biuik Account. TIju 32 34 03 89 AV. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, have just finished rebuilding their barns recently destroyed by lire. A stock barn (10x100, ice house, largo cellar, new veranda and a system of water works installed. With these additions it makes this farm one of the most stock farms in the county. complete and up-to-dat- o Cashier of the above 5th. day of Dec. 191 2. President named Bank, do solemnly swear that the ,....... T.. N.- Mimintlilnit. above statement is true to'the best of our Notary Public knowledge and belief. My commission expires Feb. 14, 1914. 1 -. State of Kentucky, ujunty ouisreckiunttge Set. We, V$ J. PiggotAand J. C. Payne, Presided and Cashiet of the above named Bank, djo solemnly swear that the above statement is tme to trie best of our know ledee and belief. w. j.'iggou, rresiuent J. C. layne, Cashier Subscribed and swoulto before me this Our Bank be Your Bank total Resources, Including Trust Investments 1 $600.000 00" BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg-- , Ky. A A Chairman II. Dell. Moorman has called a meeting of the Democratic County Committee for next Saturday, December 14, at This will be an interesting meeting. Every n.cmbor of the committee and every Democrat who can shou'd attend. It is important that tho organization should bo kept up and in good working trim. Judge Moorman wants to havo a word with you on work in tercsting to every Democrat. Ilar-dinsbur- g. M. II. Cornwall, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Friday on business. 7U1 day of Dec. 1912. Mrs. Robert Hendrick is very sick Louis II. Jolly, with pneumonia. Notary Public Mesdames W. E. Huston, C. O. Jly Commission expires Feb. 16, 1914. Dtitschke and Fred Eberle, of LouistIonby the Home Economics Depart- ville, attended the funeral of Mrs. Ann E. II. Shelman, President Happy Christmas For Everybody! LIVE STOCK SHOW Continued from page 1 half and inotly more dirt than fleece. Of course, different wools and the different parts of the country greatly this. The finer tho wool, the greater tho shrinkage; the more sandy the country, the greater the shrinkage And to know the wool from Kentucky and Virginia havo the least shrinkage would seem to make the wool in greater demand. The fleeces from Wyoming sheep have the most shrinkage. How is yarn for fancy suitings spun? To see the dyed yarn of red, blue, gray, vellow. brown and green finally blend ed into a rich dark gray is wonaenui. Did you ever see a knitted stocking four feet long? There nro certainly stockings of that size which when shfrunk formed an ordinary man's boot It resembled a felted boot. bid you ever use paper twine for e fleeces? If those who use the twine should see the results, it would never'be done again. The'fibers of tho twine woven into the wool spoil many pieces of goods. Where the paper twine Is used, In the many processes which follow before the wool is made Into cloth, the stray pieces of the twine are dissolved. This paper twine has been used for only four years. "Would you like an Australian white serge dress? For white serge Is made mostly from Australian sheep. Not be ty-- ig vegc-tabl- Hf-fo- ct cause their wool is better, but tl.eir packers. The Australian packer never puts white wool against block or gray wool nor packs them together as our American packer does. One tiny hair of black will ruin an expensive piece of white serge. The blankets right from the loom and after being napped are shown. Also the lleece of one sheep which weighs six and one half pounds after straight sorting. This fs spun into yarn, dyed and woven Into articles. From this the amount of red yarn is three and one fourth pounds. From this amount is made: one woman's sweater, one child's sweater, one woman's auto hood, one man's cap, one child's cap, and two pairs of child's mittens. Other Interesting Exhibits. In the International Harvester Building were exhibited articles of their manufacture. Besides there was a variety of other exhibits. Literature of all descriptions was given away by land advertisers, railroads, mail order houses, theatres, and many others. There were fruits, nuts, grains, and vegetables on exhibition for advertis ing purposes. It was all very Interest- ments of the Iowa Agricultural College and Kansas Agricultural College drew many housewives. Following their recipes, the cost of living would be greatly reduced and tho cheaper cuts of meat made as palatable and nutritious as the high priced ones. A representative in Taylor t& Jones horse exhibit spoke of Mr. Walter Moorman being at the Live Stock Show every year. Dejarnette Thursday. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in town on business Saturday. Mrs. Davis Dowell visited in Gar field last week. first to last. Fresh Goods at fair figures. Come a grand opportunity. Holiday Stock that is first in variety and Quality, and fairest in price. Our beautiful display of gifts meets all requirements from where there is a wide choice, a fine variety and Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Heycr Suspect How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your 11 you nre irouiueti wi'U cnruiiic conwaicr mm ici 11 siuuu iwetuy-iou- r Hours; u brick oust sedistipation, the HiHil auigeutle effect of 4 ment, orsettuuir. l k1 Cliambe laiirsTjjyWsniBkes them sj) stringy or milky especially suited, towour case. For sale appearance ot ten by all dealers. Advertisement. indicates an un- l Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Novelties, Etc. Many charming and appropriate gifts that can not be here enumerated. You will find our Christmas offerings are in harmony with your Christmas needs, A hearty welcome no matter whetjiefyou come to see or buy. rirtiwJlo VtrJ .TCj tl . tJ -- 1 HARDINSBURG Ferd Owen, of Glen Dean, was a visitor In town Friday. Mesdaraes Tom and 'Jim Baker and Miss Martha Baker have returned to their home In Hancock county after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dellaven and other relatives. Miss Bessie Johnson, of Cloverport, is the guest of Miss Viola C. Frank. Frank P. Payne son of Lewis Payne, has pneumonia. Mrs. Dyer, of Cloverport, is the guest j of her brother, W. K. Barnes. Mrs. Marvin Beard is at home from Hartford where she had beta for a visit to Rev, and Mrs. E. B. English and Mrs, Judith Dejarnette, Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, and Miss Annie Eliza Robertson, of EllzabethtowQ, left for their homes,Sat urday after a pleasant visit to Mrs, Morris IT. Beard. A. R, Ki&cheloe, was in Cloverport tion of the kidneys; too frequent desire to )V '! nass it or mhi in U12 back arc also symptoms that tell you the kidneys and bladder ore out of order and need attention. There Is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy, fulfills almost every wish In correcting rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pin in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swarap.Root is soon realized. It stands the hidiest be. ui is reniartcauie health restoring prop- - yag cfuee. 11 you neeu a t, e healthy condi- r , C. LEWIS, Hardinsburg, Ky. William MiUer spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrick. Mrs. W. C. McElwalne is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wiltur Hensley in Stanley. Mrs. Dowden Brown, of Brandenburg, is the guest of Senator and Mrs. Gus Brown. Rev. E. B. English came up from Hartford last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ann Dejarnette. Joel II. Pile has accepted a posltloa In the Poetoffice Department, at Washington. Hie many friends in Breekls. ridge county wish himsuecese wherever he may go. What To Bo. ing. Also was shown the ways of cooking the poorer cuts of meat. This Is of particular Interest to Chicago people where a family of two pay twenty-fiv- e cents for a mouthful of meat. And It is hard to feed a porterhouse appetite with round steak So this demomtra. Mrs. Lawrence Gra'ham and baby returned to their home in Bowling Green Wednesday. Moorman Judge Henry DeHave'n spent the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Moorman, at their home near Glen Dean. Miss Lucile Grahapi, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Morris H. Beard last week. Mr. and Mrs. J no. J. McHenry and son are at the Shellman boarding house, Mack Brown is visiting his parents, meuicine you slioul Senator and Mrs. Gus Brown. nave me Dest. So druggists in flpTcent Mrf, Barney Squires has returned to a a lBC ..! . . Hum, uiipuiwfwsn. her home In Cloverport after a visit to You HUjliave sample bottle sent free her daughter.'.Mrs. Robert Hendrick. byHwUAddrese Dr, Kilnier&Co., N. Y. Mention this paper and Mrs. Annie Hook Is at heme alter rrAftmberthename. Dr. Kihrntr'aSwatiin. , and the addrees. HisKhamtou. several week's vkjlt to her seas la N. Y oa every bottle. "" ! . MWftu-tkM- Bing-hufjtf- ii, $3.5Q ose year I3.5G. apd Louisville Evening e Breekem-ldg- New Poet "fe - J Wwntrv k(mji he Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, DEC Ute ; 11, 1912 EnUrcd nt tlio Post ORIIce nt Clotorport, Ky mutter as second cl . INSURE AGAINST SMART BROS9. Herd of Registered Poland tHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY FOREIGN THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ; FIRC with Chinas must be sold at once One male, two bred sows, 350 to 400 lbs each. Cloverport Christmas wr BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RUES Ev FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS G.B.&0.T, Skillman Representing the samo seven time tried oornpanics that paid ovoj$ub,000 of the loss i" J b $ 2 60 For Precinct nnd cty Offices For County Offices I 6 00 $ 15.00 .For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line.......... 10 For Cards, per line. For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression .10 nt Inrllvlrlnnl rwa npr line I 1 bu Nine male pigs, six sow pigs, four months old, weight 90 pounds. BrQd, Marked and feel right for the show ring. We challenge any breeder to surpass this herd STORE 4 Ready For You Sec Big Ad. Next Week ft lc n oiLVuic lire of 1901 with- - Bargains for You! We guarantee satisfaction or refund your money. Also 5 registered' Shropshire ewes, bred and in gopjtHjhape. Buy good stock for what corrmroh would cost you. a single kick. 4 (T LOCAL BREVITIES Ind. ; Mrs. Charles Calhoon, Ramsey, Ind., Mrs, Louise Tuel, New Albany, Ind.; Mrs. Nancy Parr, Henderson; J) Miss Margaret Carter went to Friday. Miss Mildred Babbage has been ill since last Thuleda: For vour ChrfXmns goods go 'to the' new Gs nnd 10i Mrs. DavHA'helps tHl entertain the Girls' Club Friday afternoon. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, has been visiting in Louisville. Mrs. Ginger Bandy, of Irwington, is visiting Mrs. McCoy in Louisville. Forest Pate visited his mother, Mrs. Rilla Pate, near Tar Springs, Sunday. Dr. Hllliary Bbone, of Louisville, was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sunday. Clarence Hambleton, of Mattingly, visited relatives in Louisville last week. Mr. Weber, of Louisville, was the guest of Miss Kathrine Moorman Sunday. L. A. King bought of Vic.Robertson Monday a fine saddle and harness mare for $200. Mrs. J. H. Rowland left Friday for Martinsville to return home with Capt. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of Jenkins, Ky., are spending a week in Denver, Colorado. Mfss Forrie Hardin and Miss Lucile Hardin, of Holt, are guests of Mrs. M were visiting their father, D. H. Swarens, last week. Mr. Scott Shuler, of Nickerson, Kansas, has returned' to his home after a visit to Miss Claudia Pate. Miss Pate entertained a number of the young society people at her home last Tuesday evening, Mr. Shuler being the guest of honor. - Mr. and Mrs. B. Ditto, of Lexington, have'been visiting her father, Mr. John K. Ditto, of Brandenburg. Mrs. Ditto before her recent marriage was Mrs. Peggy Ditto Howard. Her daughter, Miss Maurine Howard, will live with them in Lexington. KS$tl83i Tlie art Bros., Cloverport, Ky. $ a Shoe Store! The Place for Shoes You go to the butcher to buy meat You go to the grocer to buy groceries. You go to the milliner to buy hats You go to the baker to buy bread ??.iSJ'?2553V5SSS roR SAlE vrsLats.i j ij,siitiujijurJiiui. irvinciuii.ivv ..-- r J.X:. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. A fcRKfl B. P. Rock Cockerels Hurrcri Plymouth Hock cock- netter lnrcls In tho country ; jfero from No. 1 prlzo winning pen. tho rS'-- i ny choice no ' THE BEST PROOF Cannot A FOR SALE UUC II IK Double Set Work Harness hiirnecelneoodcon-Tlrlrisot of work ... ti , will. t .nil .!.... VIKIIUUV. ..t..v.J. rJi r... ri...Mt..i.. irviiiKion. Ky THE SAVINGS BANK HABIT MEANS SOUND SLEEP Saving softens tho pilbw. Tho Savings-BunHabit means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and manly independence. A Savmgs-Ban- k Book is a healthful thing there arc no microbes in it to steal away your peace of mind. ' It is also a guarantee of good behnvior. Call 'today and get jours Ono dollar opens an account here. k Cloverport Citizens Doubt It. Doan's Kidney Pills were used They brought benefit. The story was told to Cloverport residents. Time liaB strengthened 'the evidence. Has proven the result lasting. The testimony is from this locality. The proof convincing. Mrs. G. V. Fitzgerald, I42I W. Fifth, St , Oweusboro, Ky,, says: "I wish to say that Doan's Kidney Pills are an honest kidney remedy. I was in a bad way before I began their use. I had ames Skillman. backache day and night and the kidney F. L. Walker returned Saturday secretions caused me much annoyance. Jfrs. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. A. I gotDoaus Kidney Pills and had not ta eu many beore I was greatly reCompton, of Roberts, Ky. lieved. I can ndw pleep soundly, the Mr. and Mrs. Toney King, of headaches have left me and my back is parspent Sunday with their strong. , Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kingi ents, The above statement was given May Mrs. Robert Scroggins and Emmett 9, IOO7 and when Mrs. Fitzgerald was Crenshaw, of Kirk, have been visiting interviewed on February 20, 1912 she their father, Mi. R. M. Crenshaw. added: "I do not have to use Doan's Chas. . Skillman has returned to Kidney Pills any more stnee'they cured Morganfield after a visit to his daugh- me years ngo. You arert liberty to use ter, Mus Elizabeth Young Skillman. my statement as hepefofore. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ether Hall, Webster, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 FosteKMilburu Co., Buffalo, returned Saturday from a week's visit cents. to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tinius at Cus- New York.Xole agents for the United ter, Sta tes. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pate and chilRemember the name Doan's. and dren, of Clover Creek, visited his ta no brother, Ernest Pate and family, Saturday and Sunday. BIG SPRING Mrs. Edwin Hodge has returned to her home at Henderson from an ex tended visit in the East while Mr. Dr. "Witt and brother spent ThursHodge was on his European business day at Brandenburg. trip; n C. H. Moorman, of Louisville, was fj Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Hambleton, who tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Hynes, f have been visiting their children, Mrs. recently. "John Hawkins and family, and Mrs. Mrs. J. V. Clarkssn recently visited .Myron Moorman, at Louisville, have relntives at Elizabetntown. returned home. bi lts. F. C. Sadenwatej- and little Geo. Prather returned Thursday daughter, Amelia, of Hardinsburg, re from Indiana where ho has been for 116 will move his fami turned from a visit to friends at Irvine-to-n several weeks. ly there soon. Sunday. Thomas Jefferson Coljins Miss Zeltna Strother returned Monaccompanied her. day from a two weeks' visit with friends Mrs. Shilot Schieman, of Milltown, at Ceclllan, Hodgcuville and Elizabeth-towy, TChis is because you can always buy the bebt mei.tthe best bread, etc., from( tho man who makes a specialty of them. flt is tho same way with shoes. When you buy them from a shoe man, you aro as sured of tho be&t workmanship, stylo and quility and that is why I make a specialty of shocd. hymy stock aro tho IlambJeton-Brow- n Shoes, cverjr size, olesrant and substamial styles. fiONJti 30 Acres Timber jY White Oak: IK mllo from Ohio Ivor. Address W. S. Ashby. Clover- - ForSale -- r p Lost Sweater rNjlfardlnsburc Plko. a blue wcatcr with Vvhlte letter I. Keturn to .1. H Kiindiill, Gmverport, Ky. For Sale Slorehouse. COIl SALE-O- no stor y frump dwelling In tho town of Ml leyvlll 'c. iviC,. on Ste- phui sport and Can rdlu road, slth flvu rooms and a ZOxtv fo6Vtorro61n. scales, show fuses nnd nil HxtniTV rnnriv fnr iin. J. 1). CuniilnKham, ClieiluuT!Ky. -- For Sale horse power stationery FOHJSAX.E , Wutklns mike, in Rood HreckenrldRti ncw. Cloverport, Ky. A 15 y V' TATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier For Sale ft SIPfEL, The Shoe Man, Cloverport, Ky. Depfls, MortRaKesund all kinds n icriii blanks. ilrtcUenrldRu Mews, IJy. jbjrfverp onSALE Dr.W. B.TAYLOR vice-preside- nt J. C. PAYNE FIRE, LlfiHTNING, INSURANCE KENTUCKY in AGENCY CYCLONE of this Association v 10 IRVINGTON, years. ..Permanent.. Represents the Leading Companies the Country a nil pOUJ Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. Dentist CkJverport, Kentucky TORNADO AND ' -- - -- Andrew Carnegie has a corner in He owns the bones of nearly nil of these saurlans of tho carMOHn IN TRAPPINO. W Ull yon bow ted boniferous ago that still remain over from that period In the dim past; and (or wiuij pnev iin ma riivDc. 0t he Is presenting them to various govM.SABEL&eNS ernments as tokens of esteem and of ! lAJlIsUJVE, & wm the friendship pt the United States Ocairn Furs. Hldo. Wool h U - - bubllihidlWC. A restored dlplodocus sixty feet long has Just been sent by his direction to the Argentine republic, with which our relations havo always been most BANQUET GIVEN BY TEMPLARS. friendly. As peaccofferlnss. however, these petrified skeletons have not alCarlisle, Ky. About 150 Sir Knights ways had tho desired effect. Tho Ger- and ladles attended a banquet given man kaiser received ono n year or two in tho basement of the Christian ago. which was even bigger thnn the church hero by Carlisle Commandery Argentine specimen and soon after No. 18, Knights Templar, after tho the trouble over the potash question had been conferred on Dr. Henhegan. ry J. Dally, of Owlngsvllle, and Charles A. Pitman, of this city. I. B Ross, of thjs city, acted as toastmaster and many Sir Knights responded. m Anybody Want a Dlploducus? ?- - Insugwrifiaggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goods jiiHljtfcrchaiulise in transit. Your business solicited. KS i fA CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION BiiKCKKMtiimB Nkws holiday present to some friend. AUUjj";' ni vuiiiuiiij uu fiiiHuiiuiy lumuinoeicu every ween lajfli whole year. POSSlBLYajrfTjscription" to Tub J de-gre- tssaGSaaSlsK W Subscribe Nf&Vflfc n. Pearl Collins returned to Monday after spending Thanksgiving with her parents. Supt. Powell, of Meade county, was here Tuesday to visit the school. He was the guest of Mr. Durbin. Jack Collins spent Monday at Eliza bethtown. J. V. Clarkson was called to Leltch-flel- d last week to the burial of a relative. 13. S. Clarkson is away most of the time buying tobacco. Miss rf If 1j i Richardson' Arrived and Uupacked GARFIELD, KY. SrahStdl m m Lyn-lan- d Take fM Ready to Look at And you are Invited to a look. Our Christmas stock is made un of nmnv iiMifnl nnd usual novelties for men, women nnd children. Our "baby'' m M is now full grown. Thoy arc all moderately pr'ced goods of M M real merit. Just a hint of what wo havo. M. 1111- TOR CHILDREN Dolls if? 3 S3 AjMiHBawMittUM Toy Pianos Toy Dishes Tin Sets China Sets Doll Trunks Jointed Dolls Dressed Dolls, Doll Carriages Wl Animal Sets Ikm PAINLESS DENTISTRY to many people like a myth. such is not the case, modern ap- Hcee, methods aim unit's have painless dentistry "My child was burned terribly about applied Dr, the face, neck andVilest. Thomas' Eclectic)!!. The pain ceased, and the child Into a restful sleep." Mrs. NaucyyRI., Hanson, Hamburg, N. Y, Advertisement. X Drums Toy Stoves Toy Guns Soldier Outfits Childs' Tables Rocking Chairs Wagons FOR Women's Hosiery Silk PetticoAth Ginghnui Petticoats Women's KiinouoH FOR MEN Neckwear Shirts Gloves IlaiHlkcrohiefs WOMEN ak Women's Viwts' WomcuOT fnion Suits Underwear. Union Suitb iaiB'9WHII1l!TTPWHPmPHiWlH rjlliSON & SOS, Cloverpjrt. B. P. LYONS, McQu.dy. I IIIIIOTOM An Assured Fact retraction of teeth estrcially has absolutely paliiUw. We can viuce you of theoeelbilities of modern meth A Distinguished Honor. rHtlMAy, 'W. If i A. WATKER, Dentist iMsburff, Ky. vr tufciry Walter R. Moorman, Glen Dean, was at Chicago last week attending the Stock MUow. He was elected president of the Ameriean Poll Durham Breeders AocltkH). This is a distiuguiihed konor for Mr, Moorman who ha been IiiIUi, Brinsr the IvldTc to our store to seo tho ninny things 1$ Santa Clausirfs i our store for them. Lot the true Chriht- Wl mas suirtim) ign supremo. . iinMiiiaaiiwn B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. . v MMfflU Vhe TOIEN SINGER, 1 IN HER DEBUTANTE GOWN It Helps! Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Sip, Ky., writes: "I was 60 sick for 3 or 4 years, I had to hire my work done, most of the time. I had given up hope. When I began to take Cardui, I knew, right away, it was helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my Ijfe, and Cardui did it" E 64 PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. ABOLISHES UNSIGHTLY HANDS CHURCH DIRECTORY CloVerport Churches Baptist Church rtHptln PtirdnT Pctiool. P:M n. m. O. R. Mr lit foot, fuDorlntcndrnt. Praror Mcetlnr Wednesday 730p.m. Hnptlnt Aid Society Society meets Monday attcr Second Sunday, erry month. Mrs. A. II. Sklllmnn, Preside) it- aching every Hundsy at 11:00 a. rn.. a 7:30 p. rn. Iter. R. o. Cottrell Pnntor. ClKHr practice every Wednesday night after prayer meeting, - Ay ? MARTHA BELLINGER COWXGW 9 CHAPTER III. 7H 0O3B3-MU OOHPAtfY you will." "I will that; moro especially as that was a stunner for speed and I MldiUmmer Madness. of the taxlcab proved already had my cyo on her. I'd Hko Tho driver to sco you fish her out of that hole." to bo a sound sport. But Hambleton was out of earshot Flvo minutes of luck, aided by norvc, brought tho two mnchlnea and out of sight. An empty passage and pent-usomewhat nearer together. Tho moto- smelling of bllgo-wate- r r-car gained In tho open spaces, tho gases opened suddenly on to the largtaxlcab caught up when It camo to er dock. Damp flooring with wldo weaving Its way In and out and dodg- cracks stretched off to tho left; on ing tho trolleys. At tho frequent mo- the right tho solid planking terminatments when ho appeared to bo losing ed suddenly In huge piles, against tho car, Hambleton reflected that he which tho. water, capped with scum had Its number, which might lead to and weeds, splashed fitfully. Tho rivsomething. At tho Waldorf tho car er bank, lined with docks, seemed slowed up, and tho cab camo within a lulled Into temporary quietness. Perry-boat- s steamed at their labors farther few yards. Hambleton mado up his mind nt that Instant that ho had been up and down the river, but tho curmistaken In his supposition of troublo rents of travel left hero and thero a threatening tho lady, and looked mo- peaceful quarter such as this. Hamblcton's gaze searched tho dock mently to see her step from tho car Into tho custody of those starched nnd and tho river In a rapid survey. Tho lacquered menlnls who guard the por- dock Itself was dim nnd vast, with a few workmen looking like ants in tho tals of fashlonablo hotels. But It was so. A signal was Inter- distance. It offered nothing of enchanged between the occupants of tho couragement; but on tho river, fifty car and somo watcher In tho door- yards away, and getting farther away way, and tho car sped on. Hamble- every minute, was a yacht's tender. Tho figures of tho two rowers were ton, watching steadily, wondered. "If she Is being kidnaped, why qutto distinct, their oars making doesn't she make somebody hear? rhythmical flashes over tho water, Plenty of chance. They couldn't have but It was impossible to say exactly what freight, human or otherwise, it killed her that Isn't done." And yet his heart smoto him as ho carried. It was evident that thero remembered tho terror and distress were people aboard, possibly several. written on that countenance and tho Even as Hambleton strained his eyes to see, tho outlines of tho rowboat cry for help. nr Take p The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thous- ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back to healtlL It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanlysys-te. It goes to thVcause of the troublefthelps, it m. helps quicUfsurely, safe- ly, fthds helped others. WhyTot you? It will. TrTt. Get a bottle todav! deed, ho could not help following It. "Something was tho matter," ory Insisted. "There they go west; west Tenth, Alexander Gtreet, Tenth Avenue " Tho car lumbered on, the cab half a block, often more, In tho rear, through endless regions of small shops and offices huddled together above narrow Bldowalks, through narrow and .winding streets paved with cobblestones and Jammed with cars and trucks, squeezing past curbs where dirty children sat playing within a few wheels. Haminches of bleton wondered what kept them from being killed by hundreds dally, but tho wonder was Immediately forgot ten In a new subject for thought. The cab had stopped, although several yards of clear road lay ahead of It. Tho driver was climbing down. The motor-ca- r was nosing Its way along nearly a. block ahead. Hambleton leaped out. "Of course, wo'vo broken down?" lie mildly Inquired. Deep In his heart ho waB superstltlously thinking that ho would lot fato determine his next inovo; If thero were obstacles in tho way of his further quest, well and" good; ho would follow the Face no longer. "If you'll wait Just a minute" tho driver was saying, "until I get my kit memdeath-dealing ' But Hambleton, looking ahead, saw that tho car had disappeared, and his mind suddenly veered. "Not this time," ho announced. "Hero, tho meter says you tako this, I'm off." Ho put a bill into tho hand of tho driver and started on an easy run toward tho west. Ho had caught sight of tho smokestacks and masts In tho near distance, had telling him that the motor-ca- r almost, if not quite, reached tho river. Such a vehlclo could not disappear and leave no trace; it ought to bo easy to find. Ahead of him flaring lights alternated with tho steady, piercing brllllanco of tho incandes-cents- , and both struggled against tho lingering daylight. A heavy policeman nt tho corner had soon tho car. Ho pointed west into tho cavernous darkness of tho whnrves. "If Bho ain't down at tho Imperial docks sho's gono plump into tho river, for that'B tho way sho went," ho Insisted. Tho pollcoman had tho bearand tho accent ing of a of tho city of Cork. Hambleton went on past tho curving street-ca- r tracks, dodged a loaded dray emerging from tho dock, and threaded his way under tho shed. Ho passed piles of trunks, and a coupio of truckmen dumping assorted freight from an ocean liner. or veiled lady, nor No motor-ca- r Bound of anything Hko a woman's voice. Hambleton camo out into tho street again, looked about for another probablo avonuo of escape for tho car and was at tho point of bafflement, pounded Blow l when tho along his way. f "In thero, my son, and no nice place either I" pointing to a smaller entrance alongside tho Imperial docks, almost concealed by Bwlnglng slgnB. It was plainly a forbidden way, and at first sight appeared too narrow for tho passage of any vehlclo whatsoever. But examination showed that it was not too narrow; moreover, It opened on a level with the street. "If you really want her, sho's in four-twenty five-dollar out" major-gener- major-genera- there, though wh&t'll be to pay if you go in there without a permit, I doa't know. I'd bate to have to you." "It might be the beat thing for tae you did. but I'm going' in. You fmlafct wait kra a taisuta. Castals, if ar-Br- ence of youth of youth essentially, whether it como in early years or lato of being carried off his feet by a spirit not himself. Ho ran like a young athlete down the dock to tho nearest workman, evolving schemes merged into the dimness. It was as ho went. apathetically trunThe pointed Hko a gun toward a large yacht lying at ancher further out in dled a small keg from ono pile of tho stream. The vessel swayed pret- freight to another, wiped his hands tily to thq, current, and slowly swung on his trousers, took a dry pipe out of his pocket, and looked vacantly up its dim light from tho masthead. "They've got her out In that boat," tho river before ho replied to Hamblesaid Hambleton to himself, feeling, ton's question. while tho words were on his lips, "Queer name Jenp Dark they call that he was drawing conclusions un- her." warranted by tho evidence. Thus he It was like pulling teeth to get instood, ono foot on the slippery log formation out of him, but Jim applied siding of tho dock, watching while tho tho forceps. little drama played itself out, so far The yacht had been lying out in tho as his present knowledge could. go. His river for two weeks or more, possibly Judgment still hung in suspense, but less; belonged to foreign parts; no Ills senses quickened themselves to one thereabouts knew who its ovjner detect, If possible, what tho outcome was; nor its captnin; nor Its purpose might bo. Ho saw tho tender ap- in tho harbor of New York. At last, proach tho boat, Ho alongside; saw quite gratuitously, the man volunono sailor after another descend tho personal opinion. "Slippery ropo lndder, saw a limp, inert mass teered a boat In a gale wouldn't trust her." lifted from tho rowboat and carried Hambleton walked smartly back, up, ns if it had been merchandise, to taking a look both at tho yacht and tho deck of tho yacht; saw two men as ho went. The yacht'B tho motor-ca- r follow tho limp bundle over tho gunnoso pointed toward tho Jersey shore; wale; and finally saw the boat herself tho car was creeping out of the dock. drawn up and placed in her davits. As he overtook tho machine, ho saw Hambleton's mind at last slid to its hands of a mechanic it was conclusion, like a bolt into its socket. thatoveralls in the Jumper. In answer In and "They're kidnaping her, without a to Hambleton's question as to th'o doubt," he said slowly. For a moment owner of the car, the mechanic told ho was like one Btruck stupid.. Slowly him pleasantly to go to the devil, ai. d ho turned to tho dock, looking up and once tho sight of a coin failed to down its orderly but unprepossessing for produce any perceptible effect. But clutter. Dim lights shone hero and the waiting half" a there, and a few hands were at work nt tho farther end. The dull silence, block away, waB still in tho humor of giving fatherly advice. Ho welcomed tho unresponsive preoccupation of heartily. whatever life was In sight, mado it all Jim "That's a hole I ain't got no use seem as remote from him and from for. 'Ow'd ycu make out?" this tragedy as from tho stars. "Well enough, for all present purimpersonal and re- poses. In fact, it was Can you undertako to do a Job mote to such a degree that Hambleton's practical mind halted yet an In- for mo?" "If it ain't nothing I'd have to arstant, In doubt whether thero were not somo plausible explanation. Tho rest you for, I might consider it," ho thought camo back to him suddenly chuckled. "I want you to go to tho Laramie must bo somewhere that the motor-ca- r in the neighborhood if his conclusion Club and tell Aleck Van Camp got tho namo? that Hambleton ha3 gono were correct. off on tho Jeanne D'Arc and may not o On. tho Instant his brain became again. It did not take long, as a bo back for eomo time; and ho is to tho Sea matter of fact, to find tho car; though look afteron, youngGull." you'ro not "Hold when he stumbled on it, turned about going to do anything man; reason, out of as and neatly stowed away close besldo cpo might say?" gave a start. the partitioning wall, ho "Oh, no, not at all; It was such a tanglblo ovidonco of thing In the world. most reasonable what had threatened to grow vaguo money and bo suro toYou tako this get tho nnd unreal on his hands. Ho squeezed Mr. himself Into tho narrow spaco between right. to Now Van Camp, will Iyou? All tell mo whoro can find it and tho wall, finally thrusting his a t or a steam launch, quick." head under tho curtains of tho "O'Lcary, down at pier X 2 0 has launches and everything else. All It was high and dry, empty as last right, my son. Aleck Van Camo at year's cockleshell. Not a sign of Hfo, not a looso object of any kind except a filmy thing which Hambleton found ilPOPULAfif himself observing thoughtfully. At j MECHANICS last ho picked it up a long, mlst-llkveil. Ho spread It out, held it gingerly between a thumb and finger of each hand, and continued to look at it abstractedly. Part of it was clean and whole, dainty as only a bit of woman's finery can be; but ono end of It was torn and twisted and stretched out of all somblanco to itself. Moreover, it was dirty, as if It had been ground under a muddy heel. It was, in its way, a shrieking ovi- "WRITTEN tO YOU CAN UNBKRSTAND IT" donco of violence, of unrighteous GREAT Continued Story of the struggle. Hambleton folded tho scarf World's Progrei which you carefully, with Its edges together, and may begin reading at any time, and put it in his pocket. which will hold your interest forever. Jimmy's actions from this time on 2(0 PMES EACH MWTH 3M PrCTWKt had an incontlvo and a spirit that had 29S ARTICLES OF KNOW. INTEREST before been lacking. He noted again The "Shop Notes" Jfaitsiat (30 pages) tho number of tho car, and returned gives easy ways tg3o things how to make to tho edge of the dock to observe the uwXul articles lorjRxne and shop, repairs, etc. yacht. She had steamed up river a "Amateur Me Jfcnlc" (10 pages) tells how to wireless little way for some reason known only make Mihiionjrcmiture, the thingsoutfits, boats, a boy loves. engines, majfc, and all to herself, and was now turning very kjotem. mtai mmcs is cents $i.n slowly. She was but faintly lighted and Uk your newsdealer, or would pass for some pleasure craft Just NMK SAMPLE 60TT TMAY coming hone. But Jim knew better. He could, at last, put two and two togeth ULAR MECHANICS CO. er. H would follow h W aia w. wsMne n- - eniCAtte dock-han- d major-genera- l, ac-tlv- In him had begun that divlno experi- I I mes-Bag- o By Martha, McColloch William. In all the many and varied rewards of diligence nono are better worth while thnn thoso that wait upon diligent paper bag cooking. Ease Is ono of them, deftness another, neat ncss In tho kitchen still a third. It is quite Impossible to make mere words convoy all that this method of cookery means still more impossible to set down all that its uso will teach you. For example, Its uso will teach you .) how llttlo art cnn. Improve on nature in matter of flavors. Paper bag cooking keeps in tho flavor, intensifies it, and makes 'it tho sauce of appetite. $&W, ': 4' Good digestion commonly waits on , appetite. , But thero are other things to take Into account. Not tho least of thorn Is the saving to one's hands and one's temper In tho matter of washing up 'after a meal. Whether this falls to tho coolc, to her mistress, or haply, to the gallant man of the house, who thrusts himself helpfully into tho roughest part of tho work, the fact remains Indisputable that pan scrubbing is hard work, distasteful in tho extreme and bound to leave unpleasant reminders. Pots and pans mean the use of strong alkalies. Without them tho pots can .ot bo ktpt sanitary. No sort of glove yet devised will permit tho free uso MIB3 Florenco Schneider, one of possible to the bare hand. The syltho beautiful and popular young ladles logism runs about thus wise: To in tho younger set of Washington, cook in tho old way, you must havo wearing her "coming out" gown of pots, the pots must bo kept clean, or panler effect with tho new ruffled else be a constant menace, and toJ tho knee. keep them clean requires detergents flounces extending from Miss Schneider Is the daughter of Mr. so powerful they will destroy human and Mrs. T. Franklin Schneider, and cuticle the same as they "cut grease." a scries of dances will be given in Result, rough, reddened, painful hands, her honor by her mother. in spite of emollients, The most careful manl-- ' j and bo on. tne iaiHim. nut you do good ana curing will not undo tho effect of steady don't drown yourself." ' Paper bags, thrown away after one This laBt Injunction, word for word InIn tho manner of the pert Edith, using, minimizes touched Jimmy's humor. Ho laughed deed, in many cases they reduce it rlnglngly. His spirit was liko.a chlmo to tho vanishing point. Baked Blue Fish. Cut off head and of. bells on a week-day- . Tho hour which followed was ono tail, wash clean, wipe with a soft, that James Hambleton found it diff- damp cloth, stuff with 'soft bread icult to recall afterward, with any de- crumb stuffing, else lay sliced potagree of cohorenco; but at tho time toes inside, with a seasoning of buthis movements Were mathematically ter, pepper, salt and onion, and tie nccurate, swift, effective. Ho got up securely. Rub all over outsldo aboard a little steam tug and followed with soft butter or dripping, sprinkle tho yacht down the river and into tho with salt, put In a greased bag, with, harbor. As she stood out Into tho a small lump of fat and a very little roads and began to increase her cord water. Seal bag and cook in a speed, ho directed tho captain of tho hot oven twenty to forty minutes, Serve with tug to steam forward and make as according to weight if to cross her bows. This would make sliced lemon and garnish ,wlth .partho pilot of the yacht angry, but ho sley. A squeeze of lemon Julco In the would be forced to slow down a trlflo. bag is to many tastes an improveJim watcfied long enough to see tho ment. Cat Floh, Baked or Broiled. Cat success of his maneuver, then went down Into the cuddy which served as fish are good to eat, notwithstanding a crbln, took off his clothes, and their looks. Anything 'under weight is fine for stuffing and looked to tho fastenings of his money belt. Then ho watched his chanco, baking. Use a bread crumb stuffing and when the tug was pretty nearly or one made of cornmeal beaten up in tho path of tho yacht, ho crept to in egg and lightly fried, seasoning It with pepper, salt and a suspicion of tho stern and dropped overboard. onion. Put plenty of butter in with To be continued the stuffing, wiping the flsh as dry as possible before stuffing it and salting and peppering the Inside. Season Whooping Cough Superstitions. Whooping cough la the subject of tho outside likewise, grease well with more quaint superstitions In England soft butter, put an extra lump of butthan almost nny other disease. In ter in the bag, add a little milk and Northamptonshire It is believed that If water,, half and half, and put In a hot n small quantity of hair Is cut from oven. Bake in full heati ten minutes, the nape of tho sick child's neck, rolled then turn down tho flamo in n piece of inent and given to n dog and cook according to size It will the whooping tough will bo transferred take about ten minutes extra to tho and look to the animal. In Cornwall the child is pound. But make a fed with bread nnd 'butter which has in before taking out of tho bag eye been'passed three times under the belly and nose will help to decide when of n piebald horso. In Lancashire they tho flsh is well done. A very big cat still tell you that whooping cough will flsh is better cut in steaks or fillets. never attack a Ohilcl that has ridden Wlpo dry, dip In meltod butter, sprinkle with lemon Julco, then with ou a bear. Loudon Answers. pepper, salt and a llttlo flnp bread crumb or corn meal. Lay In a iemlt rheuufsets Hives, tczetna, ttbl bacon, put bag on you othzv. Can't li(Sr tie touoM of your more bacon over It, seal and coolc thirclothing. Donn's Oiuti JeiilTa fiue for ty minutes to an hour, according to skin itching. All drug Itns sell it, 50c a weight. (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated box Advertisement. Literary Press.) - rietliodlst;Church Methodist Sunday School. 9:30a. m. Ira D. Itelicn. Superintendent. Preaching every Hundayat II a.m. untl 7:30p.m. Iter J If. walker. Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Epworth T.cbruc, regular p, fcrvlco Sunday buslnew meeting' (lret Tuesday nlglit eachmi month. Miss Margarita (turn. President. 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I).C I r . tug-boa- ton-nea- u. o The Morning After. Tho telephone girl in a Broadway hotel answered a queer call over tho house exchange ono morning about 11 o'clock. When sho "pjugged In" a man's voice said: hotel?" "HelloJ Is this tho "No," replied the girl, who was slightly surprised. "This is tho hotel." "Ob. all right," sai.1 the man. "Just woke up and dldu't kiow where I was Send me up an ice ua'er nnd a bronio seltzer, please' NV"' v 'TeWr-ino Such-and-Suc- h n THREE DELECTABLES. Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. Savory Flsh. Put a llttlo flaked cold flsh, with a sprinkle of Parmesan, mixed with a little cream, on a d toast. Place In sllco of By Nicolas well-buttere- V SUBSCRIBE N0W .,.For The... I 1 1 m I l sH bag and cook six minutes in Popular Mechanics Magazine When you have VjoiTious attack give (.trial, They aic Chamberlain's Tu excellent, For s Hieupvi I denlers A1- vertlietnent. MISS GARDNER A IS HONORED. Carlisle, Ky. Miss LIda K. Gardner, of this city, superintendent ol Nicholas county schools, has been elected president of the Ninth Congressional District Educational Association, and the next meeting will be held In Maysvllle. Nicholas county was the banner county this year 1b enrollment, having 144 xaewbars of the district aasociattat enrolled. Subrcribe Tdayl au Naturel. Take Sweetbreads, four sweetbreads, parboil them, take off the skins, dust each sweetbread with, salt and pepper very lightly and pour over each a tablespoonful of cream. Slip the sweetbreads into a bag and cook in only moderately hot oven slowly for forty minutes. Open bag, slip out contents on hot dish. Fowl (Savory Crumbs). Wash the fowl well Inside with plenty of cold water. Dry well and put tho liver and a .small shallot inside the bird. Have ready a large tablespoonful of white breadcrumbs vand add to them a lump of butter the size of a big walnut, pepper and salt to taste, a of finely minced chives, and a teaspoonful of well washed and minced taragoa. Mix- all together and put into the bag with the bird. ook gently for slxty-fly- e mluutefl. Open bag gently onto a hot dish. Send to table with new potatoes and salad. (Cepyrlgkt, 1911, by the Associated thickly-greased ul hot oven. a very Atlanta Journal DAILY, SUNDAY AND 1 IJ I 9? fB j r f ' SEMI-WEEKL- Y 1 Largest Circulation South of 'Baltimore f f I I I Daily only BY MAIL Daily ami Sunday per annum $7.80 5.M Sunday Seml-WeeJ- OHly S 2.M " I $ft I ME 1 Kj th - T M tjBj iyCll THE NEWS ALL TNE TIMftJE KTSxvMK-v??,- . ,3?r. nrrB w.. J:TISF newspaper reading, whether It over happened or lint. nut know how to verify Mils particular one without railing up Governor (Penn on the loin: distance or wlroles, nnd probahh ln would deiiv It. Culling n president fleet of tin Pnltnd Stntes lazy do. not sound nice unless he belongs to tho other political party. Then it is too I chnrprter. Ing licit mdiiic I M COLLEGE CHAIR TO THE PRESIDENCY rowWHson's Rapid Rise the of Years of "lei one: inc say lien' Hint from my ear U n cannot refrain rrom timi Here ,is nl-n- . i licon Schoolmaster Who Laid Aside His Gap and Gown mild. bullied me, iw wont to do. ninl, ttltlin'mh I tea-tehim on n good ninny occasions, he was always good niitured nnd never lost liN d neer the most Indulgent He of linlhcr-'- . older brothers are Preparation, Men, For Na- Orlfnal Wilson tion's Highest Honor, struggle tho boy remembered nrrrc. Augusta was not in tho arena of actual fighting. About tho only two events he recalls distinctly concerned the beginning nnd end of the conflict One dny he heard two men In front of his father's gate discussing politics. One of them said that Lincoln hud been elected and there would bo war. Tho other Incident concerned the arrest of Jefferson Davis, who passed through Augusta ou his way to prison. At Augusta tho boy destined to beat William Ilowurd Taft nnd Tfleodoro Itoosevclt had his first schooling. lie wns not n boy prodigy who began talking about political economy us soon ns through wearing dresses. Nothing of the sort Ou tho contrary, he did not begin school till he was a good chunk of a lnd, his father not believing in teaching the young Idea how to shoot too early. When he did enter school he wns Just an average scholar. He read a great deal, but had no frills as a student His father wns perhaps his real teacher. Tho two took long walks about Augusta, visiting the factories In tho vicinity. There the man explained industrial processes to the boy inn way that made the lessons stick. Ho also trained the lad in exact expression, tenching hi in thnt any thought clearly comprehended could be put in words so thnt others could comprehend. It Is too hnd that more of our statesmen do not have fathers like that Take our platform makers, for example. They say things that the country thinks It By JAMES A. EDCERTON. E linvc elected all sorts nnd conditions of men president of the United States, qutto n number of generals, colonels pRfttars, a wholo batch of lawyers, ; diplomats nnd occasionally a man. Now, for the first time, we ifhosen it collcgo i.rofessor. We tutting n political economist at annlylnir tils nolltlcnl economy. fjword "economy" In this caso docs u saving money. Wo bare got fef the linblt of saving money billion dollar country. Various have tried to reform our frco i7 method of dissipating national Pis but the results havo not been picuous. We aro fond of saying that our pres- Hey is the greatest offico on earth. 16 boast may be a bit provincial, but !s patriotic nnd may bo excused for 1st reason. Anyway, it Is a man's The "Original Wilson Man." It was at ubout this time that Dr. Wilson pcre became himself n college professor, holding the chair of theology. Ho did not like tho change, however, and In a few years was back in the pulpit Before tho son returned from Davidson the family had moved to Wilmington, N. C. where the lad spent n year at home, recovering his health and being tutored for his entrance Into Princeton. It wns at this time nlso so ruus tho story thnt a prophecy was made that he would ono day be president of the United States. A similar prediction Is made for many boys, but the interesting thing about this one Is that It came true. Another valuable feature of tho story is thnt It determines tho Identity of the original Wilson man. You know how It Is. Whenever a man is elected tp high oliice there Is not only the "I told you so" brigade, hut the regiment of tho "originals" who boomed him for this particular Job before anybody else. There were 007 of these original Wilson men nt Inst accounts, and the returns were not nil In. Strange ns It mny seem, many of tho originals wore looking for Jobs under the new administration. They were not olllce seekers, you know nothing so vulgar ns that but felt that they owed their services as a patriotic duty to tho country. At one time thought nbout trying to qualify as the original Wilson man myself, but the dream was shattered by this story from Wilmington. According to the tnle. Mrs. Mary Bussell taught Woodrow. or "Tommy" always getting those names mixed when lie was ten years old. She then predicted that he would be president This settled the ouestlnn not onlv for yours 1 temper." WOODHOW WILSON AT TIIIIITV-FIV- and carries with It tremendous an amount Wo tnke n or uoerties wim ou. K'er, likewisehandshaking, of worry, traveling, presidents andlot presidential candidates, queting, spcechmaklng, messago but that only we hayo adopted nting, conferring and standing off them into the shows Wo never take family. lice seekers that is moro than tromen- privileges with rank outsiders. When llvoodrow Wilson will bo tho twenty-ret- h we call them "Bill" nnd "Teddy" and president, 'l know somo pco- - "Ben" nild "Jim" and "Old Grant" say tho twenty-eightbut to do so and "Honest Abo" it is only because yt must count Grover Cleveland wo love them nnd want to mnke them ce. Now, Grover Cleveland was a feel at home. Mr. Taft has testified at man, but ho was not that that being president is terribly lone By tho way, Mr. Wilson's some, which we can readily under- oe beforo being president is next stand since the election. So if wo grow familiar, caricature our chief r to that of Mr. Cleveland after Cleveland was born in magistrates in the newspapers, abuso Jersey and died in Now Jersey, them by tho column, say they ought to ille Wilson lives In New Jersey. An- be raising chickens nnd other Uko ker point of resemblanco is that each plensantrles It is only to keep them iputnted his fiont name. But for from feeling lonesome. they would have gone thundering The next president's father was a svn tho nges ns Stephen G. Cleveland Presbyterian minister, nnd his grand-- I l Thomas W. Wilson. Still another father, James Wilson, was an editor Uarity is that one was and the ' and something of a politician in Philu- Ker is n Democrat, the only two ' dolphin nnd Steubenvillo, O. Ho came mocrats to be elected president since from Ireland Mnvbo that is the h, nu-rou- s. ' r- J I Sk"-- . y.x-v.- '''''' vwiiir :JHBBBHt-,'-4- ' HIh&hIKHBKIH I he wns still In 1875 Woodrow-n- o. Tommy entered Princeton. I am not certain Just when he pried o(T thnt name nnd lost It but It must have been nbout the time lie graduated. At Helen Louise Axson. who, like himnny rate. It was never hoard of nfter-war- self, was the child of n Presbyterian Henceforth he was to be known minister. From the number of them to us Professor Wilson. Dr. Wilson. Pres- whom lie Is related It would seem that Wilson, Governor Wilson, "that ident Mr. man" Wilson and iignln ns President of Wilson should have the solid vote the Presbyterian ministry, WIIon. The Tommy days ended with In 18S;j tlie future president revised school days opinion as to the law being a prop-- , At Princeton Wilson began to show his open door to public life nnd entered his bent for olltlcs nnd the science er Johns Hopkins university to study for of government. He never wm n "grind." nlthoiigh he kept up his his doctor's degree. While here ho In n wrote his first work. "Congressional grades, graduating forty-firs- t strong clnss of more than 100. He was Government." which yet remains n ever an omnivorous render, nnd from textbook. Ambassador Jnmes Bryce this time forward his rending turned hns testified that he received material more nnd more Into his special line of help from the students of Johns Hopparliamentary history nnd political kins In preparing his "American Commonwealth" nnd mentions Wilson by economy. At first he was not n good extempo nnme as one of his helpers. In 1SST Mr. Wilson was mnrrled and raneous speaker, although always classThere Is a the snme yenr became nssoclate proed as a strong delmtcr. story told of him nt nlwiit this time to fessor of history nnd polltlcnl economy tho effect that he stnrted out deliber- at Bryn Mnwr. where he remained unately to make himself a rendy speaker. til 18SS. He then held the snme posiHe propounded the theory to one of tion at the Wesleynn university for two his friends thnt nny man of average years. By this time he wns gaining naIntelligence could do this by n system tional fame us a writer nnd lecturer. of training. With this goal In view he In 1SS9 hnd appeared his second book. begnn rending nnd studying great orn- - "The Stnte." which further added to tlons. Whatever there may be In the his reputation. tnle. It Is certain thnt Woodrow Wilson has made of himself one of the Sack at Princeton. readiest spankers. In the United States. The cull from Princeton came In If clear and convincing statement Is 1800. when he wns mnde professor of orntory he Is nn orator. Jurisprudence and politics, which chair A Famous Class. he held for twelve years. In a short The clas of IS70 was one of tho mot time he been me one of the most popdistinguished In Princeton annals. One ular professors In the Institution, his of Its members Is Justice Mnhlon Pit- lectures being delivered to crowded ney of the United Stnles supremo court rooms. During this period were writAnother Is Itobcrt Bridges, editor of ten his most Important works "DiviScrlbuer's Magazine. Others are Cy- sion nnd Iteunlou." in IS!)'!, nnd In the rus .MeConnlck. head of the Interna- same yenr "An Old Master and Other tional Harvester company, n suit Polltlcnl F.ssays" nnd "Mere Literature ncnlnst whl-- li Presjdent Wilson will nnd Other ICssays." In 1SIH! appearedjuiitu sW" Inherit from his predecessor; Uev. A. his "Geoive Washington" and Ills greatest work. "A History of tire" W. HaKey. head of the Presbyterian American People." board of foreign missions; Itohert In the same year lie wns elected once attorney general of New Jersey: Cleveland II. Dodge nnd many president of Princeton university. Ills more almost as distinguished. subsequent history Is familiar to most Here Is more sad news for the orig- Americans. Ills light for democracy inal Wilson men. Frank Presluoy. In the college was one of the lien est now a prominent advertising mini, win ever witnessed in un AmerK-at- i unipresident of Wilson's class at college. versity, and. while he lost on some Since election he lias told the followint; points. Its liillucnee for good will lonir story: renin In. Dining the freshman year a dlsctis of his campaign for governor ifUnts slon .stalled iw to what man In Hi. been said that the "srliooliniistor." s. class was big enough to become pies he was derisively called by Ills en-i- nli si mill srown 'M-- j dent of the I'lllted At H.-I' side Ids d. tenitlPg thns nriitiniis It reiiinl whether his In the law si himl lioiittml Mm for president nr not. hut hey will doubtless be lionul frmn Inter In lSvSJ Woodrow WINnti, with young lawyer, hung nut his shingle as u practicing attorney at Atlanta. Gn. He knew nobody In the town, and Atlanta already hud her quota of lawyers. As u result the two .voting hoie-ful- s hnd plenty of leisure. Wilson Improved It by pursuing his studio of government and writing and by making the acquaintance of his future wife. prunti'ii liv Is not on class-mutes I an-oth- er InlOiB?' I 1 s ym 1'' j.,?,- L - i t ?7'j? "-l- " i BMe-.&?S".fi ..v SsSKs&Si' iKv.'y'i.lti.,-?a"w tkw z nA'afl &$ V &)tAK,iXMiWJ!itliiMXMi, - Photo by American Press Association. WOODROW WIISON IN GENIAL MOOD. ni 1 .IAMplHHr understands, only to find out ufter election that the authors mount something ulbe. , Photo , 0 0 by Pach Bros. kOODROW WiLSON AND )m HIS DAUGHTER ELEANOR AND JESSIE. un sou his grandson likes limericks, least, the only ones tho ma tenia I side Mr. Wilson Is delvil wr-- at FWt the goods. There was Samuel scended from Tresbytcriau divines But that Is another story. also. Tho Woodrows are Scotch. That Scotch-Iriscoinblniit.on Is a hard one, Was Called "Tommy." you doubt it nsk PresiWllsou was born at Staunton, to beat If Many of 1850. dent Taft and the colonel. ? during Christmas weckr our statesmen have beeu Scotch-IrisI other presidents were born In among the number. but they are all dead. It William McKlnley Others have Just been Irish. New Jer-be- y fe be fashionable for a president by Scotch-Iris- h was largely bain In Virginia, and uow It Is In an early day. settled may be one reawhich back In style. In his young so enthusiastic state that U future presldeut was called sonpart themakingtook I in Woodrow Wilson " la reason Maybe h the the ax on his uaaie. It la Imagine anybody liking to be Tommy." Yet the president called "Woody" during hi n ami said he liked that. a no accouutiug for taatetf, eM after one ucta into polltlo. that u president. , Sscomes a Georgian. When the future Democratic leader wns two years old UUt father. Dr. Hugxles Wilson, had a call to Augusta, G.t where the family remained till after ttw war. Of tttat Jtrwit Ju-hep- Carried Out His Platform. Wilson showed his training in exact expression when ho was governor o"f New Jersey. Ho Interpreted the platform on which he was elected In the manner thnt the people thought they understood It lie also carried it out. When the legislators hesitated be called them In and talked to them like, a fnther. This wns such u novel procedure that the voters elected hlni president Promising has become n grand old art In politics, but performance, if It Is an art. is one of tho lost arts. A tow years after tho war tho went to Columbia, S, C. and While hero Woodrow, or Tommy, as ho was still railed, entered Davidson college. Now, Davidson was one of those grand old Institutions of learning In which tho iwys swept their own rooms, imulo their own fires, carried their own water and generally made themselves useful. I havo certain shivery memories of that sort of school myself, In which tho boys took turn about getting up nt ft o'clock in the morning to ring tho bell. I do not know whether tho future presldeut of tho United States hnd to take his turn at early morning bell ringing or not but hopo ho escaped that particular form of punishment ,ne spent but one year at Davidson, HI health compelling him to quit. During that one year he did not make any particular mark. He Is remembered ns a pleasant spoken young lunn. who was good in his rormer uovemor sociery Glenp of North Carolina was his classmate and is reported to have said to Wilson that he would make a good ball player If lie were not so laay TUat sort of tirv jty"" inwHnn Wll-pon- truly, but for all tho rest of the llrt boomers. The original Wilson man was not a man nt all. She was a wo man. She Is dead now aud even If alive would probably not be looking for nn olllce. An Indulgent Brother. wns born In 1S."0, this must have happoued in 1SU0, which knocks my chances of being the orlgl mil Wilson man sky high. That was three years beforo I was born, so they would havo no trouble In proving nn ttllbl qn me. But hold on u minute: Tills was supposed to have hnppcned In As Wilson Wilmington, nnd Wilson did not go to Wilmington till long after ho wns ten years old. Have to Investigate that story. There may bo n chance for lit tie Willie after nil. In this connection I have lere nn artlclo by Joseph It. Wilson, n brother of tho presldeut elect, which begins ns follows: "My first dlstiuct recollection of mj brother was on his return from Da vldson college early in June, 1874. We were then living in Wilmington, N. C. having moved there from Columbia s IHhBIhIh JxflMfc.ilEHHkBlHiiF&kHHLiv Jf&3jVsA.6- ' Icr vl 4 ; Photo by Pach Bros. MRS. WILSON AND MISS MARGARET WILSON. g the previous year. I was eight years old. Tommy, as my brother was theu called, was elghteeu." Yet tho nowspaper item telling of Mrs. Bussell says distinctly that she taught in the "Tlleston school in Wilmington." So It must have been that the excellent Mrs. Russell taught Joe and not Tommy. In that event she must have predicted that Joo would be president of the United States, and he is. only city editor of a paper In Nashville. There Is again hopo for the original Wilson men. This article by Joseph It. Wilson Js illuminative of the year In Wllmlug-oaud of uU dlstlueuIxH! brotheiV half dozen men were mentioned; then It nnrrowed down to Mahlon Pitney and Tommy Wilson and finally narrowed to Wilson alpue. In this verdict practically tho whole dnss agreed. Studies Law. of Princeton Mr. Wilson entered, Out the law school of tho University of Virginia. He hnd decided to become n public uinu and considered tho law as an anteroom to public service. There are traditions of him la these days as wearing a flowing mustache and slug lag tenor lu a glee club. Ho was also noted as a debater, evidently baring books nnd his spectacles nnd went out and "licked the gang to a frazzle." He wns elected by 80,000, tho first Democratic governor of New Jersey lu sixteen years; redeemed bis party pledges, kept Jim Smith, the patty, boss, out or the United States senate; was notnl nnted for president of the United States ou ballot nfter tin longest fight lu the history of Auu-r- t can political conventions, was chosen to our highest otllce by tho greatest electoral majority since James Monroe and ou March 4 will be Inaugurate. presldeut of the the Unltwl Suites, to forty-sevent- h twenty-suvont- h NMWttWl Irvington Hardware and Implement The Store for Practical Presents partments are full of interesting things. Co. CA few minutes spent in our store (just investigating) might help you to solve your Christmas problem. ' Our deFeel at perfect liberty to come and "just look" without obligation to buy. 0 A Little Substantial Toys For Children! Iron Cook Stove a wonder; - A Little Sewing- - Machine; An Express Wagon for the big boy j S loy wooa uart Rockino- How fes, Express Wagons, Trains,. Building Blocks, Tin Trumpets, Tool Boxes, Dominoes, Hook and Ladder, Autos, Cups and Saucers, Fancy Lamps, Mirrors, Tea Sets, Etc., Etc. 4 k J isesja es this Grand Cook Stove we have the following articles Wh A JEWEL that make the best and SAVE FUEL kind of Christmas present for grown-up folks rf A A 3 $ Cut 01ass Ware, Xmas Cups and Saucers and Plates, Heating Stoves, Ranges, Oil and Gas Stoves, Alarm Clocks, IGik! is for Boys and Men, Saddles, Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Comforts, Mattresses, Parlor Suits, Quarter Sawed Oak American Quarter Oak Dining Tables. XT" HMNGTON Mri-Mor- ton y- o'f Clo-verpo- rt, u Ifac ITordsville. Mr. Payne, cf Stephensport, attended servicns at the Kaptlst church here Penlck, Mr. and weflfweek end guests of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Adklsson. J. K. Johnson has returned from Sunfoy moraine and was the dinner .gujp$if Mr. and Mrs. H. left L Daivess- - Watb.en Drury and Edgar Hurdaway mornlnc for Los Angeles and SanVrancisco. It is with a feeling of deep regret that we see this exodus of young men from our community; we Mrs. Alice Brashear, of Owensboro, should make a supreme effort to make is spending some time here as the farm life more lucrative, more attract- guest of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wimp. Come" in to the ive in all its phases Mr. W. H. Arnold, of the United Farm School this week, have your ooys join the Com Club, give them an inter- States Department of Agriculture, will be one of the speakers to be heard est in your interests. during the Farm School which is to be Sunt. Driskell, of Hardlnsburg, was conducted here this week, beginning in town Saturday conducting the negro Tuesday and continuing for four days. Tday Mrs. Sam Carden and son attended church services hero Sunday. Mrs. G. 0. Bailey will spend the Christmas vacation in Lynchburg, Va.,' as the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Roberts. Mrs. Martin, of the Department of Domestic Science, Federation of Worn en's Clubs, will be one of the speakers to be heard at the Farm School this week. Krnest Henderson is having his stock and farm sale today. He has moved his family to town, now occupying a resi dence on College street. ClocWrom 5"c to 30 00 at Shel sociation Mrs. C. S. Board, Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain. The rapid approach of the shades of evening caused the reports to be curtailed, but the remaining members who attended this meeting will make full reports at the next meeting which will be held Friday afternoon, Dec. 27. On Friday evening Jan, 6 the ladies of the League will entertain their husbands, brothers and sweethearts We are ajjfays happy when we get THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloprirort, Ky. Organized 1872 real vairfT for our money. Make no and buy your presents at Shel- - U. S. DEB0SITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS Teachers Association. LogHn County Hickerson, president of the Improvement League, was here Saturday. Remember Shelman has a handsome silver teas and table spoons, line souvenir forks and spoons, aud prices reasonable. Miss May Wadlington spent the week end In Hardinsourg visiting her psirents, Mr. and Mrs N. Wadlington. School Miss Viola Lewis is spending ten days In Louisville as the guest of her brother, Leon Lewis. , , The Ladies of the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist church will hold their annual bazar in Dr. Taylor's oilice, beginning Thursday afternoon, Dec J2 and continuing for the remainder of the week. Mrs. Annie Herndon attended church services at Webster Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stlth, of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. The School Improvement League Robt. Jordan for the week end. held a most interesting meeting at the school Chapel Friday afternoon. Two Insurejfriendship by giving presents most delightful musical nnmbers were thatdast. You will find such articles at a duett, Ruhensteen's contributed: lman's. Melodv In F Misses Mary Heron and i Oscar Dowell Is spending jevera Virginia Head: Solo from Sibelius fof relMiss Virginia Head. Model Lesson in days in Owensboro as the guest atives. ( Arithmetic by Mrs. C. A. Tanner and is quite HI class. Kchoes from the Child Welfare Master Wallace Ashcraft Exhibit and Southern Kducational As of a complication of diseases. Bew-leyville, SOLID AS A ROCK FOR solutely Safe Place to do Business 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Depjflf m Master Harold Henderson, of Basin Springs, spent the week end as the guest of Master Jack Board. Don't be mbbed by peddlers when you needlasses. Shelman can test and Jit your eyes perfectly. Satisfac n guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parks and Miss Maggie Parks have gone to Hardlnsburg where they will reside in the fu' Tho recent "canvass of the town made WANTED! WANTED! A man with force enough to cultivate 14 acres of tobacco and a good corn crop; work every day not in crop. No better land in tho county. Also farm ture. by .; K ensational Offer! Pour Nice Farms. All Conveniences Commissioner's Sales Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., S. 17, V. 224 poles to a chestnut; thence W. 18 poles; thence S. 81, V. 18 poles to .' IGuaril., Plaintiff. ' I '" Against the beginning. Containing 18S acres. t'ttel Sheenui mid I'mncis Sheeran, Tract No. 2. Defendants. llefjinniug at a stone in Coomes' line Hquity No. 3473- running thence S. 67, Iv. 190 poles to lly virtue of a Judgment mid Ordfer of two poplar .stumps; thence S. 21, V, 70 Sale of Itreckiuridgo Circuit Courtjjren-dure- d poles; Uience N. 6jv, 120 poles; thence at October tuiin thereof, 1913,111 S. 20, W. 180 udles to a black oak by the above cume, for the sale of the here- the publicjfoad; thence N. 87V6. W 37 inafter described real estate, mid all poles; Urence N. 2S, V. 46 poles; thence cots herein, I shall proceed to offer for IS.jnpoles to a chestnut tree; thence N. sale at the Court House door in liar S. 224 poles to the beginning. Con ditibljurg, to tho highest bidder; at Pit taining 160 acres more or less, lie Auction, on Monday, the 23d ilojrof j&IDecejniber, I9I2, at one o'clock yytl or Tract No. 3. thcnrajxHitfttheiiiK County Cynrft day), at a stake in Potupey's line upon a credit of six, tuelvyttnd eight- running thence N. 20, E. 150 poles; een months, the folloudfig described thence S. 70, R. 49 poles to a forked : lropertjvJo-wi- t walnut; thence S. 17, V. 30 poles to a stone; thence S. 80, 15. 57 poles to a TracTNo. 1. hickory; thence N. 21, U. 46 joles; i tract or parcel of laud lyiiiK thence S. 68, U. (31 Kles; thence S, 4, iIl.i.J. ;.. uc eckenridKe county, Ky., W. 5 poles to the public road; thence III UIIU and ucitt Kiucs ood College, described as follovB: ScgiuuiuK at u white oak on with the same S. 66, V. 4 poles; S. 39, TuelPCftk , ruiniliiL' uience .n. 20, v. V. 10 poles; S. 20, W. 20 poles; S. 28, thence N. J, IS. 14 poles; V. 26 poles; S. 20, 20 poles; S. 6, K. .10, K. 17 poles; thence N. 20, 28 jwles; S. 19, W. 24 poles; S. 58, V, 34 Hheuce N. 00, v. 12 poles poles; N. 69, W. 212 ioles to the beginW.M po to bUrne onfr?Sfauch; thence N. ii1'', ning. Containing more or less. 126 polrtjQeiice N. 98 poles to Coomes' Tract No. A. corner; thence with his Hue S. 67, IS. Fourth tract bounded and described poles to a stone in said line; thence 196 ACL-rtiMiI the Baptist Sunday School S66 available members of this school. The school was graded Sunday morning. Teachers, superintendents of departments and pupils will maie a desperate effort to secure the presence of a large number of these available members for the school next Sunday morning If you are not attendingSun day School come with us or go to the school of your choice, be in a school next Sunday morning sin-we- for rent within 300 yards of now college. Gpod house, good barn, Jood land. Lino chance to run boardin&houso. Money rent. Hardinsbtirg, Ky. A comphjte line of elry iujmy guaranteed. The Rev. Mr. L K. May and Mrs. aJShelman's. watches and jewPrices, low and :j f yr I thenf,.; lt: 2i7-ncre- s J v May were In Webster Sunday. Mr. May filling his usual appointment. as follows: liejjiuning at twoj poplars; The Rev. Mr. V, H. Jones occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunaud gum in the old line; thence with day" morning .and evening, preaoilng said line S. 69, IJ. 127 poles to a dog- at both&grvices to a well illled house. wood and two hickories; thence S. 18, MfOrm clocks for 55c at Shelman's. W. 130 poles to the beginning Contain i ing 100 acres. This is the same laud or feel well Can't look well, deeded to Dennis Sheeran by L. H. with impure bloo. J. VKei p the blood Macy and Margarett A. Mncyj his wife, " jhrr pure with Burdo' uj. jJZZd Hitters. Hat on October 15, 189, and recorded in clean, and dimply, take ex Deed Hook 47, page 92, in the, Hrecken-ridg- e good health is prett sure to follow. . County Clerk's office. $1.00 a bottle, Advertisement. Said four tracts or parcels of; land are parts of the Nicholas Sheeran farm, di- Notice to Those Who Write vided by orders of court. The (our tracts For The Breckenridge News will first be sold separately Uiul then all together; the sale standing at made in the manner which brings Jhe most Persons who send articles to the money. For descriptions of the original Breckenridge News, kindly take pains tract and sources of title, reference is to make them plain and on paper of made to the original deeds filed with the reasonable size. Wrapping paper is petition. not convenient to handle on a type The purchaser, w,tth approved surety case or desk. Always sign name. or securujes, inusi'eciite bond, bearing legal (interestSfrom the day of saje Dou't use harsh-- u ics. The reaction until paid, 14111! having the force nnd ef- weakens the bowMs, to chronic fect of a Judgment. 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