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The Breckenridge news: May 7, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913050701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 7, 1913 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. si jjsfc THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 1 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, COUNTY 91 3. CHAIN OF EVENTS 8 Pages No. 44 ? iECKENRIDGE 4 HARDINSBURG sun is over all, Again the robin's evening call Or onrly morning lay; Cloverport High School Fund For Concrete Walk J. Nolte& Bro M. Weatherholt School Board Kentucky Belle Breckenrldge News C. ...$ Mikts Homi Biking Easy PR0GRM8 MEET Again the - AT IRVINGTON 3.00 ts convention At narmnsburg, Monday, May 12-DB. Phelps Named For State Senator-M- rs. Cora Smith Named For School Superin- avid " K 4rUnt u AND CHAPIN If" MITCHELL ON May 5. (Special) A con- irence ot urecKennage oounty was held In Irvington last Saturday evening. A good attendance, representing all parts of the county, was on hand. A list of resolutions was agreed upon to present to the mass (Convention to be held at Hardinsburg oaJHonday, May 12th. The meeting ftiftl not attempt to name a ticket, as .that will be left to the August Primary, bkt it was the caucus opinion that the county ticket would be composed as .follows: For Representative, G. A. Wright, of McQuady; for State Henator, D. B. Phelps, of Cloverport; for County Judge, John M. Butler, of Harned; jfor County Clerk, A. T Adkins, of Irvjngton; for Sheriff, Mandaville Gal- lnwiv nf MnTtsntatc with tho fnllnuv. liilgdeputies: Geo. Royalty, Hudson; McHenry Dowell, Kockvaie; ductus Chapin, Cloverport; Marcus Jolly, Union Star; Price Hardaway, Bewley-villfor County Attorney, Jas. R. Eskridge; for School Superintendent, Mrs, Cora Smith, of West View; for Assessor, Roy Cam; deputies, George Simmons, Sid Lane, Geo. Lewis, Alas- lea Butler and John Slaughter; for Jail or, John W. Brown, of Lodtburg; for Coroner, Dr. J. A. Sandbach, Garfield. The following well known citizens were suggested for Magistrates: Jno. B. Bate, L. L. Mitchell, E. H. Miller, Overton Blanford, H. O. Bennett and H. Fy Hall. es IT e; I hear the stir about the farms, I sec the earth with open arms, I feel the breath' of May. John Burroughs. Mrs. Judith DeJarnettc, Mrs. Marvin Dcard and son, Ralph, have returned from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. W. F. Hook and Miss Fanny Whi'tlnghill were in Louisville las week shopping. Dr. Allen L. KInchcloe, of McQuady, was the guest of Dr. A. M. KInchcloe and family Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, and Judge Henry DaHfcven Moorman were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard Friday. Miss Kathleen Hoben is at home after a two week's visit to relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Robert Hendrick has returned from Cloverport where she went for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bar. ney Squires. Milter visited his grandWilliam parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrick, in the country last week. Logan Hlckerson has returned from Oklahoma where he taught a spring term of school. , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell have gone to in the house purchased from Rev. Foreman. Franklin Klncheloe and W. M. Hatcher have purchased Dr. Lex's drug store. Mr. Klncheloe will run that store and Mr. Hatcher will stay at the old stand. Francis Dillon is ever ready to serve the public at Kincheloo's soda founhouse-keepin- g 2.50 25.00 35.80 2.00 .50 1.00 1.00 Mother's Day Celebrated-Pu- re Food Lecturer To Come Soon Many Women Vote In School Election Saturday-Mr. mh, EVVIIl, II Citizen Edith Burn Citizen... Clarence E. Keith, Elizabethtown :. Payne MKV3 Elected Trustee. CHURCH AND PERSONAL NOTES Misses Guedry Bramlctto and Virginia Head visited Miss Mary Heron last week at her beautiful country home, Mt. Pisgah. Mrs. C. F. Hook and children were in Louisville last week. A little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Witt. Mrs. Ike Patterson, of Meade county, was the guest of Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain Sunday. Masters Wickliffe and Raymond Earl Morrison, of Louisville, have been visiting their Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrison. Mrs. Emma Hardin and daughter, Clara, of Cloverport, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. BIythe. Miss Eva Carrlgan chaperoned a crowd of young people to Guston Saturday night to an entertainment. Anthony Hilt, of Lebanon, was in town last week. Mr. H. P. Connilf, of Lewisport, and Miss Nelle Conniff, of Louisville, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Adele grand-parents, Ed. Whitehead .'. John D. Babbage, Jr., Atlanta Eva May .. . Elizabeth Hay Mrs Elizabeth May Mrs, riarion Weatherholt Forrest Dryden Weatherholt Leonard Weatherholt Chas. Hamman Proctor Keith . - 1.00 1 .00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 50 POWDER Thm Absolutely Pure Ormam of Tartar noalum.no lime phosphate madm only baking powdmr from Royal Orapm i.00 1.00 1.00 1 .00 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 Leonard Oelze C. W. Bohler J. Earl Bohler Hudson Bohler Charles Bohler, Jr. Louisville shopping. Mrs. Krebbs was in Louisville lastflj Mrs week visiting her daughter, Beauchamp. D. H. Smith and son, Franklin, of Garfield, were here Saturday on busi ness. v.. James B. Randall.. David Phelps GILBERT KIRTLEY ACCIDENTALY While in Swimming BIG WOOL DAY AT IRVINGTON At the same place, the same man. Highest Price Possible will be Paid Withdraws from County Judges Race. Glen Dean Ky., May 5. Mr. Babbage: You will please drop my announcement for County Judge. Owing to press of other busincs matters I have decided to withdraw from the race. Thanking all of my friends who assured me of their good will and support Friday, May 23, 1913 DROWNED In Conniff. Mrs. Ed McAfee went to Cloverport ALL DAY Bring your wool in dry and in fleeces to get the most money for sauic. Wool bags at The Irvington Hardware and. Implement Co. Come as early as possi- -. NATHAN EHRLICIL ble. tain. Little Miss Mildred Hall spent last the country with her grandmother Pate. Miss Beulah Rowland and Miss Hors-lehave gone to Logansport, Indiana, to accept positions. Miss Mildred Chitwood, of Irving-tois the guest of Miss Margaret Parks. D. C. Moorman, Ernest Eskridge, R. W. Jones, C. Mattingly, R. E. Moorman, of Glen Dean, were in town Friday on legal business. Mrs. Frank Jolly and children returned from Tell City, Ind., Saturday where they had been for a visit to Mrs. Herrmann. Houston Alexander and Lee Alexander, of Locust Hill, were in town Friday. The Book Lover's Club met with the Misses Eskridge Tuesday evening. The club is enjoying Scott now. Marshall Norton, of West View, was a business caller In town last Thursday. Robert Weatherford, one of the merchants of Harned, was in town on business Saturday. Fred and Homer McDonald have gone to Louisville for a visit to their mother. A little girl has come to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weather-hol- t. week in n, River Near Bowling Barren Green. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hawes are visiting in Lewisport. Miss Helen Hawkins, of Owensboro, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. John Miles. Miss Evelyn Payne was In Louisville y Fine Young Man. HE LIVED AT CUSTER. I remain Most respectfully, W. C. Moorman. L ODIBURG J. Dutchke, of Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dutchke and family, of Stephensport, and Miss Ida Bell Ates.of Irvington.were visiting Mrs. Ida Nottingham Sunday. Leon Hasher was visiting friends at. West Point Sunday. Miss Levmia Currie, of Garfield, is the guest of Mrs. T. S. Barger this week. Clyne Robertson mail clerk on the L. & N. spent a day last week with his old desk mate, A. K. Hardin, of St. Louis. Cold water, a little Jard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread ou: of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Try it. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Payne, and child, ren, Marvin and Miss Eva were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Payne, of Webster, Sunday. Mrs. Eddie Kroush and children, Paul and Nina, were the guests of Mrs Kroush's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M Basham, of Union Star last Sunday. Rosco Henry has treated himself to a. fine automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Hue Casy, of Louisville, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cashman this week. Rosco Kevs, of the L. II. & St. L.,was last Tuesday. Mother's Day was celebiated at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday, It being the 7th anniversary of this most worthy occasion. A touching sermon was delivered by Rev. Waggoner. Mr. E. A. Reese spent the week-enin Brandenburg. Mrs. A. 0. Marshall and children spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Payne, of Bewley-villd Wins Ball Game. r krdinsburg base-ba- ll team won the at Owensboro Wednesday. Score ig 17 to 16. i linner Party Wednesday. Ir. and Mrs. Wickliffe Mooman gave all day dinner party Wednesday in nor of Mrs. Walter Sherman, of Toledo, hto. The guests were: the Rev. Win. Timberlake, of Evansville, Mrs. S. S. Watkins. of Owensboro, Mrs. Nannie Moorman, of Hardinsburg, and Mrs. Sher man. Mr. Lewis in Ashville! Ir. and Mrs. Nace Lewis are in Ash- vme, N. C. at Grove 1'arlc inn. He is tting a Murray Tile Roof on the hotel. went several weeks ago and Pitr.Lewis sent Mrs. Lewis an invi tation to come and be a guest at the Inn, ittring Mr. Lewis' stay. She is having a delightful time. Bowling Green, Ky., Mays. Gilbert Kirtley, 2i years old, of Custer Brecken-ridg- e county, a student of the Bowling Trip to Louisville and Green Business University, was accident Back for $2.98. ally drowned this afternoon while swimming in Barren River, between the foot and railroad bridges. He was swimming 52.98 to Louisville and return on acwith severel classmates, and was siezed count of spring races. Tickets on sale by cramps May 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17, iq, 20, 2r, 22, Coroner Mutlock held an inquest, and 23, 24. Return limit May 26. the verdict was that he came to his death from accidental drowning. Stephensport Service. Kirtley came to this city in January to take a commercial course in the Business University. His body will be taken to Children's day at the Methodist Custer for interment. church at Stephensport fourth Sunday in May. Nice program being arranged. e. Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain has returned from Louisville where she went to at tend the Home Economics session which was held in connection with the Of Interest to Candidates. Candidates for county offiice in Breckinridge are now in the field with their petitions asking for signers. There were 1962 votes cast for Mr. Wilson last fall, the 3 per cent necessary is 59 signers. The ten per cent limit is 196. The Progressive vote was 1303. Progressive Little Boy Returns Home. Milton Benson Hill left for his home accompanied by Miss Virginia Hill, who will visit Ins pareuts until Mil m .The little boy has been with his .rents since before Christmas. E If MT riends shall not forget him wishes went with him when bye and left for the big city. la Chicago A. J Notice. iiiiHc It II ! sons knowing themselves in itio for city and school taxes year 1912, will please call and by the 15th of May, 1013, and hat date I will advertise and col- y law. riease settle . ana save L. V. CHAPIN, City and School Tax Collector. New Trustee Elected. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Try it. Mrs. Ell Potts was In Louisville two fore July 3. days.last week, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell were visitors In GarfleM Sunday. Clovls Walls ana family have moved Into the Horace Yates property. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Payne, of Harned, were the guests, Sunday of Mr. Jesse Klncheloe and family, Mrs. Mania Moorman is at home from a visit to relatives in Cloverport. secure 39 signers and not more than 130. Republican candidates will secure 33 signers and not more than no. Afiy person is pledged to vote for any candidate whose petition he signs, and should it be discovered that one person has signed petitions of two candidates for the same office both signatures are invalid. The nominating petitions must be filed with the County Clerk be- K. E. A. Cold water, a little lard less than witi ordinary Hour and a hot stove is A Card. all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It I am physically unable to make a long will save you 20 per cent, on your and active canvass before the people: as bread bill. Try it. will be expected. I desire to withdraw Master Dana Lyddan and sister, Nomy announcement as a candidate for na, spent Sunday with Elizabeth Moorsheriff of Breckenridge county, and leave man and Ruby Haynes Hook. the field to abler and worthier hands. Miss Jessye Brady has gone to LouWith perfectly good feelings toward all isville to visit her sister, Mrs. Tony of. my fellow men, I now make my exit McCoy. from politics. We welcome Into our midst, Dr. Lex, H. G. Vessels. of Hardinsburg, who recently purchased the Pharmacy of Dr. L. B. More-me- the guest of Miss Ula Adkisson n. Remember the "Old School Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Penick have Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys were in House Hill" with a cash donareturned from a visit to friends in Gar- Stephensport last week shopping. tion for the Concrete Walk. field. Mrs, June Bandy was visiting her -, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly wore daughter Mrs. Arthur Ater, of StephensIn Louisville last'week, Quite a good deal of interest was displayed in the school election Saturday. Many women took advantage of their first opportunity to vote. Miss Beulah Rice, of Tarfork, Is the guest of Miss Iva Rice, A. E. Cornwall, of El Paso, Texas, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cornwall. The C. P. Missionary Society meets at "The Manse" next Friday afternoon. Every one cordially invited. Prpf. Robert Allen, of the experiment station, of Lexington, will give a pure food lecture at this place in the near future. It Is hoped that many will hear him, as they will be sure to hear some good things which should interest everyone. last. SOJOURNERS FROM THE SOUTH le Ml Mori Interest was taken in the elec- Lfjpi for school trustees than has been ELwn here for years. Several women vmai. Mr. Chas. Kiel was elected. fit beard is now composed of the fol- g: R, L, Oelze, secretary, C, W. John Gregory, Proctor Keith Chas. Kiel. 1, The two Methodist Sunday schools observed Mother's Day, Sunday to- gether. Each mother was presented with a white carnation as she entered the door and then the ushers gave her a front seat. A very Interesting program was rendered by the children' The music was furnished by both choirs with Mrs. Lennon at the vocal-ion. port, Saturday. Charlie Macy and Jake Miller were the guests of friends at Iikron Saturday and. Sunday. at Walnut is proThe Sunday-Schogressing nicely. With Tom Robertson as superintendent. Garette Vessels, candidate for sheriff, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Nannie Bandy, who is attending' the Normal at Stephensport was at home last Saturday and Sunday. Charlie Norton was in Louisville last. Friday and Saturday, taking the civil service examination. ol Cloverport and Hardinsburg Pike Improvement Volunteers. A Of it- ' rtM - ThUi Habit In Cloverport. r- - wax chewing habit in Cloverport seei M over, at Jeast. in public, for m arc just beginning to realise , a ugly habit It Is. One young iw bw beet lady friend a real, iMture ob the subject. There wrong about chewing wax, silly looking is 1, just tmag any one can say about gun. Different when it comes : Tom Gregory, of Garfield, was in town Tuesday. Dr. H. E. Royalty Is thauest of hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Royalty, In Louisville. Dr. J. H. Hart, of McDanlels, Charlie Dean, of Glen Dtan, Charlie Miller, of McQuady, were in town last Tuesday. Lee Bishop, of Louisville, wis a visiter In town last week, R. M. Rowlaud two teams for ten I (Cerrlfet.) days' work. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Durbin, of Thos. Beard two teams for ten days Louisville, are ylsltlng Mr. and Mrs. work. Adolphius Springate. K. Frank Carter one team for ten Mrs. J. K. Bramlette is suffering days. from an abscess of the tooth. Floyd and Bernard Carter one team Miss Mary Cornwall, the popular for ten dys. Breckenridge News one team for one and efficient cashier of E. H. Shell-ma& Co. Bankers, spent Saturday in day to haul rock, n J n 4 NOTICE W. O. THE AGENCY FOR. THE Continental Fire Insurance Company, of New York, Farm Department has been transferred to me from J. E. Taylor, pf Leitchfield, Ky. protection in this old and tried company will write or call me up. tion guaruniuuu. I armEr HAS A have the agency for Meade and Breckinridge counties. Anyone w ho wants Best protection, prompt and liberal adjustments, lowest cost. Satisfac , MOORMAN, Shops. or GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY" HUMP NOW Down At The forty-fou- r someone told hjm to be sure $1000 to make that salad dressing. POWDER ON THE FACE PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN IN ITS APPLICATION. Friday the sunshine poured Into ev-nook and corner down at the shops, and all the bright new paint elistened Into eyes that never fail to find the home of the locomotives intensely ln terestinp. Every day seems a new beginning of life there is always so much just starting that one cannot appreciate all that has been finished. ooo Mr. Randall, the Master Mechanic, took pride In showing the wrecker-caboosOne might call it a railroad palace, for on the scene of a wreck, It will seem so, to the men tired and weary with the labor and strain that come with these occasions. The wrecker caboose Is equipped like a private car with telephone service, electric lights and wattr. A desk, a wash stand and four soft beds compactly built in the walls. One has to look closely to find the many conveniences, but they are all there. Linen closet, closets for wrecking clothes which arc already hanging on the hooks, were spacious and well lighted. An observation window in the private room for the Train Master and Master Mechanic will be enjoyed by Mr. Henslcy. All this in a caboose that little old red car that many a boy has delighted to jump on for a short, free ride on the reansteps. No Real Reason Why It Should Harmful Thorough Cleansing of the Pores of the Skin Absolutely necessary. Be ooo the gates evon a candidate and Friday Mr. Vic Robertson, candidate for County Clerk, had the privilege of visiting them. "Not a better boy in the county ever was," said one man, speaking of Mr. Robertson, "and he will sure be elected." j house-cleane- d Among the men thore is a cordiality that goes out to every stranger within 000 The private car, "One Hundred," for the Genwas being eral Manager. Electric fans add much ooo to the comfort of the car which is perto drawfectly equipped from kitchen "Book learning," the right hand bower ing room. The car left, Saturday for of practical knowledge, is being apLouisville, ready for Mr. Irwin's serv- plied at the shoDS. The anDrentice school is held every Friday by Mr. Ira ice. Behen. "Learn as if you are going to ooo live forever, and live as if you are Richard, who is chef on the One going to die tomorrow," the boys are Hundred, was helping to give it an ex- trying their best to apply this wisdom tra shine too. As he was leaving on to their mechanical training course and their everyday life toward each other. The members are: Wallace "THE GREATEST KIDNEY REM- Lewis. J. H. Morrison, Wm. Wroe, Randall Ross, Carl Brittlan, Robert EDY ON EARTH" SAYS A Brittian, Mike Tucker, Adis Kramer, GRATEFUL WOMAN. James Rlcketts, Herman Lewis, Darnell Matheny, R. M. Penlck, Robert Wilson, Ollie Pate, D. J. Randall. I want to tell you how much good did me. About four your Swamp-Ro000 from what the years ago, I sulk-reThe Chief Clerk's olllce most interdoctors called Hstula and for two, years of that time, I endured what no tongue esting book is that big one in which a can tell. I also had inllamation of the record of every employee Is kept. Some bladder and I tried doctors' medicines of the pates just have the name at the without receiving any help. Someone top, "John A. Ross" for Instance, with told me about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- . the rest of the page as white as snow. Mr. W. A. Cockrell, assistant to Mr Willis, puts down every requisition After giving it a thorough trial, I received relief, so kept on using it and and promotion. Mr. Cockrell has little to day I nm a strong and well woman. of this work to do, but his efficiency Is If I ever feel badly or out of sorts, I devoted to the world of figures in that and it always otlice. take Swump-Rostraightens me out. I honestly believe ooo that this medicine would cure all "My first lick of work on this road," troubles you recommend It for, and it said the oldest service man, perhaps Is a pleasure for me to send my testinot the oldest man in years, down photograph to you. I think mony and there, "was at the opening of the road is one of the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t up in Meade county on the Ditto farm greatest medicines on earth. twenty seven years ago. I think! The Respectfully yours, track was put through in four months. MRS. JOHN BAILY, Convicts were sent from Frankfort West Mam St.. Portland, Ind. and they worked while the guards stood Subscribed and sworn to before me over them," said Mr. Milt Matheny, this 12th day of July, IgOO. as he told the story of the old Texas. 0. A. Bennett, Notary Public. ooo passengers get an attractThe train l.ettcrTt I)r Kilmer & Co. ive view of the gifts of springtime. HinithamtoM, N. V. The grass looks like an emerald veil Will Do For You pinned across the park, through it is Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Send to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Uingham the straight, wl.lte gravel walk, the' ton, N. Y., for a sample bcttle. It will walk of men who give their mind and convince Hnyone. You will also receive hand and heart to the railroad. a booklet of valuiible information, tellFor any itching skin trouble, pile?, ing all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention The eczema, salt rheum, hives, Itch, scald Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. head, heroes, scabies. Doan's Oint Regular fifty cent and size ment is highly recommended. 50c a box at all stores. Adv. bottles for sale at all drug stores. ot ot one-doll- Occasionally I receive an Inquiry asking my opinion in regard to tho uso of faco powder. Whether powder can bo used on tho complexion with perfect safety or If Ib likely to prove Injurious. My answer has always been that powder can bo used without tho least foar of any 111 results provided tho powder itself is harmless and Is used over a foundation of pure cream, and also provided tho faco is thorough, ly cleansed each day to prevent tho pores of tho skin from becoming clogged. Such cleansing is necessary whether powdor is used or not, because tho dust and grime from tho atmosphere will settlo into and clog tho pores unless tho skin is cleansed often enough to prevent obstruction of tho channels of elimination. Faco powder as a bcautlfler for tho complexion has been used for centuries, and nowadays powder is taking a still moro important placo among cosmetics and Is used extensively for tho skin from tho deleterious effect of tho sun and wind. Especially is this truo sinco tho automobile has como into favor as a means of locomotion. Exposing the face to a gentle breeze when ono Is walking requires llttlo thought as to purotectivo measures, but exposing tho faco to tho strong wind when an auto is going 30 or 40 miles an hour is quite another thing. Unless tho faco Is well protected tho chances are that the skin will not only become tanned, but will in time tako on a withered look and gain a hardness In texture which no will effectually amount of "make-up- " hide. "When a good cream Is rubbed into tho skin before tho powder Is applied It fills tho pores with a harmless substance which is easily removed and which prevents tho dry powder from settling into tho pores and clogging them. If a cleansing cream which is light and penetrating is applied for the first stage of tho cleansing process, tho pores of the skin will be thoroughly cleansed and every bit of powdor (and dust which may have been gathered on the ride) can bo quickly wiped off with soft absorbent cotton and tho skin will bo found perfectly clean. If tho skin shows tho slightest tendency toward irritation from tho exposure to tho wind, do not follow immediately with a soap and water ccrub. It Is really not necessary and 7111 only serve to increase tho irritation. Batho tho faco gently with rose wat6r and bo satisfied that you have done your full duty. pro-tectln- The Best Bargain You Ever Made straight? Green Do you think Koyno is Wise He used to bo before ho took to steering his own automobile. "Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal diMrs. L. Whlteacre, Adv. Buffalo, N. seasecroup. It has been used with success in our family for eight years " Y. g Appeals to the Police. A boy, tho tone of whoso voice indicated ho was between five and seven years old, called Central police station and talked over the telephone to Scrgt. Harry Franklin. "Is dis p'llce station?" inquired the youngster. "Yes, sir," replied the sergeant. "Well, Alice stole my skates, and I want tho p'Hce to put her in jail." Then the Informer began to cry Sergeant Franklin attempted several times to question the lad further, but the sobs were his only answer. "And their troubles are just as real and big to them as tho other troubles that come over this wire," remarked tho sergeant as he gently hung up the receiver. Indianapolis News. OW do you measure the value of a bargain? Suppose you bought an engine that did practically all of your hardest work for you, sawing, pumping, grinding, etc., and that saved so much money that it soon paid for itself. Would you call that a good bargain? An I H C engine will do all that, and more. Having paid for itself, it works steadily year after year until, like our Clay County friend who has used an I H C engine for six years, you will say, "My IHC engine is the best bargain I ever made." n I H C Oil and Gas Engines are thoroughly dependable, and unusually d, grey iron cylinThe durable. ders and pistons are worked together to a perfect fit. Ground piston rings insure maximum power from the explosion. The fuel mixer is the most effective known. Bearings are large and carefully fitted. No part is too heavy to be efficient, yet every part is amply strong. IHC engines are made in all styles vertical and horizontal; portable and stationary; in sizes from 1 to air and water-coolepower, to operate on gas, gasoline," naphtha, distillate, kerosene or alcohol. Oil power, for plowing, tractors, 12 to threshing, etc.; grinding, sawing, pumping and spraying outfits, complete the line. You can get catalogues by writing our nearest office. fine-graine- d; 50-h'o- rse 60-hor- se Most Prompt and Effectual Cure for Bad Colds. Olficei (Copyright, 1913. by Universal Press Heavy, impure blood makes a mud pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion Thin blood makes you weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, sound digestion, use Burdock Blood Bitters. $1.00 a bottle at all stores. Adv. dy, Grand Jury Correction. Under Grand Jury head, the name of J. W. Kennedy was published instead of J. W. Cannon. Nw Albany, Ind.; Parkcnbnrr, W. Vt. When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief, International Harvester Company of America (Incomorated) but effect a prompt and permanent cure, Chicago a remedy that is pleasant to take, a remedy that contains nothing injurious. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectora tion, opens the secretions and restores the system to a healthy condition This This faim is near Marks Ridjic in this county. Good, level, tillabl remedy has a world wide sale and use, land: watered with two cod 40 acres' in tin.hor. It srdvl and can always be depended upon. jrood hiirh coloied tobacco, either Burlcy or Pryorralso wheat, cor! Sold by All Dealers. and clover. Improvements, live room dwelling, ono tenant house and bijr tobacco barn. Ibis land can bo bought at a bargain, as tno party of Song Unknown. Writer it. It is five miles from Harnedl Thero is no record of who wrote does not live on it and wants!to Station pn tho Branch. Price only $12 an acre. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," but it is JNO. D. BABBAGE. generally conceded that it is of Irish origin. It was discovered in manuscript bearing date of 1770. Thirty years later it was transcribed, as played by A. O'Neil, a harpist. The air was written for a march, and the 1RVINQTON, KENTUCKY words were from an English version of the original. It was then called Represents the Leading Companies in the Country "Brighton Camp." Chappell, who put the words In English, admits that tho FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE original might be Irish, and was of tho opinion that it was written in 1758. Insures Baggage and 'Personal Effects of Travelers. Household and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. at Cincinnati, 0.; EwuriUe, Ind.; Knoitillf . Tenn.; Mtmsnii, Tiu.; USA Splendid Farm 350 Acres. suriii: J. G. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY Try a News Want" Ad. THE NUT CLUB I It's Lucky That Nut Scout Pete Didn't Have on His Uniform. ; ' (Copyright, 19)3, Weatern Nowipaper By F. R. MORGA1 ll I Kfct, WRWHtt -y iv B VruVi. ""I iw &FPAJ S &Z2Z tyS" .. I ""-- '- v . ..;7r.., ts. .i ii. ,i rvT ncsT amo r twee xr MTEttVEWlMG A .- - 1 i5 3 .SSSf'Sa-reSrw- . V yw-..- ,- f OOOWO dailY toT 7. 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Keep your He repreBEHIND eye ona the man behind. danger to sents far more serious you than all of the traffic in front Watch his movements In tho little mirror at the same tlmo that you Dinflfr From That Source Should keep n sharp lookout for emergencies ahead of you. Every time you have Always Be Kept in Mind to slow down or Intend to take a by Auto Drivers. turn, stick your hand out at right angles, and do It first Don't wait until after you have applied tho brakes. PAYS TO BE ON SAFE SIDE He may not bo able to stop quickly enough; and whllo his lamps will suffer, tho damago to tho back ot your own car will bo greater. For Mistake to Walt Until the Last Mo- protecting your own headlights, one ment Before Signaling That You of tho spring bumpers Is a good inAre About to Make a Turn vestment. It pays to bo on tho safe For Headlight Proside. Exchange. tection. Goods Mailable By Parcel Post Free IBACONasoN INCORPORATED Delivered 4th Avenue and Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Railroad Fares Refunded to Customers all Year Round Out-of-Tow- n Skidding is only ono of tho dangers that the taxi pilot has to guard against. Getting around corners with a neat sweep that tho touring car driver finds it difficult to imitate is one of his specialities, but ho takes are that It doesn't lead to that worst form of all collisions, tho broadside ion. Ho keeps his weather eyo on one iOf thoso llttlo mirrors fastened to the Islde of the dash, or tho windshield fwhen thcro is one. Slnco tho taxi jdjJvcr is not a falrweather bird, in this form Is usually lacking, Ib" even a slight bump 1b fatal to plate (glass. Ho can see what is ahead of him, but more Important than that, A corner is what is behind him. never taken without tho warning hand 'being stuck out at one Bide. Its sud-- i den appearance is often apt to be disconcerting to tho driver behind, but tho signal 1b rarely lacldjig and avoids many a crash. There's a lesson in this that the .motorist who drives his own car will ,do well to profit by. Getting around in tho crowded streets is work at best, for one not to it; but it can be mado much easier by observing tho ways of the Itaxl pilot and profiting by thoso that lare good many of his habits would inot bo safo to follow. If tempted to emulate all of them, bear in mind that the has a very short wheelbaso machine deafened to take shorn turns n I nerve-rack-lin- Health a Factor in Success. The largest factor contributing to a man's success is undoubtedly health. It has been observed that n man is seldom sick when his bowels are regular he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation vou will find nothing qulto so good as Chamberlin's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. They are sold by All Dealers. Our Annual May White Sale is now in Progress This is the one sale of the year in which we offer exceptional inducements in White yard Goods and White Goods of every description in every department of our store. Those who wish to save money will take advantage of this sale, because of the low prices. MUSLIN AND CREPE GOWNS Muslin downs; nice qunlitv: slipover and tucked yoke QQn styles; 50c value; this stile.. tOu Muslin Gowns; splendid quality; slipover style with embroidery trimmed yoke; 75c val- - AQn Muslin Gowns; in Vhigh-necand slipover styles', lace and em broidery trimmed; $1 00 TCp I uo vnlue ritislln Gowns; V neck and slipover styles, beautifully trimmed with lace and em- - tf 1 OC broidery k Combination Suits and Princess Slips mp WILL OPEN UP FARM LAND Important Part Which the Motor Truck Seema Destined to Play In the Near Future, Tho motor truck seems destined to play a tremendously Importnnt part in tho development of the American farm. "Tho motor truck will have a great influonco in opening up farm land which has hitherto been inaccessible becauso of its distance from any kind of transportation," said a prominent farmer recently. "There aro millions of acres of good farming land in various parts of the country which aro lying Idle because they aro too far away from transportation. truck can cover from 12 "A one-toto 15 miles an hour, carrying capacity loads over ordinary country roads. A team with a heavy load is limited to about six miles an hour or even less. On tho whole, a motor truck will cut tho time required to carry produce to of what it market to about Is with horse drawn vehicles. "No ono but a farmer who is comhaul to pelled to make a market can appreciate what this means. It will give the farmer far more timo to spend on his farm, and will effect numerous savings in other wayB. The next 20 years will bring about a wonderful development in agriculture, and the motor truck will be responsible for a largo sharo of this advance." n Longcloth Gowns; beautifully trimmed in laces and imitation band embroidery; 83c val- - CCp ue flujlln Gowns; allover lace yoke and embroidery and lnco trimmed styles; 8fjc v.il- CQn Longcloth and Nainsook Gowns and slipover in V styles; embroidery M 1Q trimmed; 51.50 value. .4) I . I U Crepe Gowns; plain white and striped effects; some (M OC sale 4 price Aluslln Gowns; embroidery nnd lace medallion trimmed: slipover, V and high neck QRp high-neck g accus-tome- d y.LJ Crepe Gowns; trimmed with linen lace; shown in white with with pink or blue ring QQn design 00b '" stylts ...3 du Muslin Combination Suits: consisting of dyawers and corset cover; trimmed with torchon lace and ribbon; 75c val 50c ue Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; trimmed with val. lace and CQn ribbon; 70c value; sale price uOu Combination Suits, consisting ot drawers and corset cover; handsomely trimmed with embroidery and ribbons; $1.25 QQn dOli value Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; trimmed with ejnbroid- QQn r ,t- - mi 'IW-- l lllil'. (J I'rlncess Slips; made of India Hnon, made to sell for $1 25: spec ial for this sale QQn "I.1 I II ' ' Princess Slips; made up in white nainsook and colored lnwn; trimmed with laces and ffl Cfl embroidery; $2.00 value 4) I . JU Princess Slips; made of tho best quality nainsook; regular price $2.00 to f3 00 $1.98 this snle Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; lace trimmed; well made; $1.50 value; priced for this sale at .$1.25 Petticoats, Drawers, Corset Covers Aluslln Oiawers; finished with 1 Cp tucks and hemstitched ruffle Children's Muslin Underweai Aluslln Gowns; slipover style; at neck and sleeves with hemstitched ruffle; sizes 2 to 14 years; 35c to 50c values 9Qp finished Aluslln Drawers; hemstitched and with cluster of tucks; Tn sizes 2 and 3 years lit Iu lace with embroidery and Aluslln Petticoats; trimmed ...75c uOu one-thi- rd 20-mi- Muslin Drawers; lace and embroidery trimmed stle; QQn 5l)c value uUl Nainsook Drawers; trimmed daintily with loces and Cfn embroidery; 75c value duu Corset Covers; lace and embroidery trimmed; 39c val- - OCp styles. Muslin Petticoats; several lace and embroidery trimmed QQn A Texas Wonder The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Oflp LtJu fluslln Pcttlc ats; tucled ruffle; embroidery and lace Cfln lace; 50c Muslin Corset Covers; value for beau-ti- f lly trimmed with linen Muslin Petticoats; several lace and embroidery trimmed M Cfl 4) I .dll styles Muslin Petticoats; handsomely trimmed with embroidery lace and ribbon bead- CI1 QQ 41 ing .30 Nainsook Drawers; daintily trimmed with laces nnd ...75C embroidery Muslin Drawers; circular and Dorothy Mles; tiimmed in laces and embroideiies; $1.25 QQp DOu value 1. bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If. not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. K. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. So'd by druggists. Advertisement. Thought It Was Alive. Gilbert Parker, the English author, . says Hearst's Magazine, tellB of an English gentleman who recently camo to thlB country to visit some friends In California. "In common with most travelers, ho supposed game was plentiful everywhere in that state, so he caried with him the necessary gunB and ammunition. As his train neared Sau Bernardino just before making tho mountain climb there was a delay. Several hours passed, and still tho train remained stationary; our traveler friend grow restive, and sought tho porter of tho Pullman car to ascertain tho cause of tho delay. "It seems that in mounting tho grado a freight train had broken apart, tho rear portion having descended tho grado and blocked the track. The porter Informed him of tho accident to the freight train, and said, 'There is a caboose on tho track.' "Immediately tho 'hunter instinct was awakened; hastened to hlB berth, ho procured his gun and started for tho door, Baying: '"Show it to mo! Show It to me!'" , Scored Cylinder. Of course a badly scored cylinder wall 1b about the most serious form of mishap that comes to the motorist, and a new cylinder or reboring is tho usual cure. It should be romembered, however, that a scored cylinder wall can sometimes bo satisfactorily repaired by running some metal into moth-od- , by the which various concerns mako a specialty of doing. This method of handling the matter sometimes means a considerable saving in expense and saves a possible weakening ot the cylinder, as it morely requires grinding out. Motor tho-groov- o o trimmed dUU Aluslln Gowns; hiun or V neck styles, with yoke of fine QQp tucks; sizes 2 to 14 years duu fluslln Gowns; neatly trimmed with embroidery insertion and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to AQn 11 years for TUu fluslln Skirts; finished with ruffle; sizes OQo 4 to 14 years Zdu Aluslin Skirts; trimmed with cluster of tucks and ruffle of embroidery; sizes 4 to 14 QQp years for 0uu Muslin Skirts; good quality muslin with ruffle of em- AQn broiderj ; izes 4 to I4 yenrs.TUu luce-trlmrae- 'd years Sizes 4 to 6 1 Lj nn Sizes 10 and 12 15C years Aluslln Drawers; with ruffle with lace edge; sizes 2 to 1 Qn I Uu 12 years; sale price Allsses' fluslln Drawers; finished with ruffle of lace and embroidery: sizes I4 to 18 9Qp years; 3 3c value ZJu Princess Slips; skirt finished with hemstitched ruffle; siz- - Eflp es 6 to 16 years dUu sizes Princess Slips; finished with embroidery trimmed ruffle; CCp I to I4 ears Duu i Buy Your Lace Curtains Now and Save Money Irish Point Lace Curtains; regular price JO. 00; this sale Lace Curtains; regular price this sale S3 00 Our regular $2.00 and ??.50 Ince Nottingham lace curtains; regular price $1.23; this sale curtains; this sale $3.95 the pair $2.25 the pair $1.69 the pair 98c the pair i kJ FARM 1 WORK DONE AT NIGHT BARREN In LAND IN AUSTRALIA Are 125 ind W&mr m Misses Austin, Once of New York Live In Castle of Mystery in State of Maine. Misses Veva and Alta Austin, of Thomas D. Austin, formerly of Fifth av'enuo, Now York, have upset all tho traditions about farming, so far as concerns getting up early in tho morning to do tho work, says tho Franklin Road (Mo.) Dlspatcn. Instead of arising with tho sun, as has been the custom ot tillers of the soli for generations, they do not start tho work on their estate, Cunlculoms park, until sundown. It is then they feed their stock, and neighbors have been astounded to hear the hens cackling in tho middle of the night, announcing tho coming into tho world of another ogg. The cattle aro all fed at night. Mr. Austin, who is up nnd about part of tho day, retires early in tho afternoon, and arises for a midnight meal of honey, crackers and milk. At this meal discussions aro held of literature and art. Practically tho only intercourse tho family has with tho outsldo world is through books and phonographic records. Tho daughters, though they1 havo never bean to. school, aro academically proflclentfare practical farmers, expert mechanicians, linguists and lovers of music. They aro familiar with all tho operas througn Hearing tho most famous singers on phonographic records. At present tho family It living in tho basement of an pld farm building, pending tho completion of their s "castlo of mystery." Tho "castle'-ipresent of stono and wood, and at has only ono habltablo iom. This Is tliu girls' study, nnd is at the topmost point of tho tower. Mr Austin Is now in Now York Bottling tho estato of IiIb wife, who died recently. When tho Austins lived in Fifth avenue they moved In tho best social circles. Mr. Austin was a manufactur. Ing Jeweler and very wealthy. $100,-00- 0 Northern Districts There Square Miles to Each Person, Relates a Traveler. PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR is made from choice winter wheat with leavening which is pure and wholesome. A strictly phosphate feavening is used and the ret idue left in the bread by baking is phosphate of soda and phosphate of cal cuim salts of unquestioned dietic value. ACCURACY, RELIABILI'l Y AND UNIFORMITY are the odIv words that describe the baking muter when Perfection Self Raiding Flour is used. Scientifically and accurately mixed by our&pec!nll) designed machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to have the proper ingredients. Give it a trial. ) - If firtV kSOIY- - wQUgSd - solved once for all bv Calumet. lily use in millions of kitchens has that Calumet is highest not only in un- i but in Uavtningtoxutr a- - well (in results pure to the extreme and erfully economical in use. Ask yout r. And try Calumet next bake day. fRECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS rM'l Pur 4 ExpulUon, III. I ExMl- - "Mrh, I Mm. rrn. &' ;, PVVr 'TRUST ttll. Prof. Baldwin Spencer, who holds the chair of biology in the University ot Melbourne, returned lately from travels In North Australia, and what most struck him was "tho extraordinary emptiness and loneliness of that great land." million squaro f In more than miles there aro but four thousand whlto people, which allows 125 square miles for each. But only twenty-flvhundred miles away, four days' sail or so, is Japan, with forty million people. It is a fact, ho says, calculated "to mako Australians think about tho possibilities of tho future." And it is this, of course, which leads Australia to object to tho proposal to make Gibraltar tho base ot its imperial fleet. That would bo nlco for England, which has weakened its Mediterranean force, but from Gibraltar to Melbourno Is nearly nine thousand miles. Nor does It suffice to say that no European navy Is nearer; as ono Australian lately put It, "Wo aro not afraid of any European navy." Springfield (Mbbs.) Republican. one-halo ,i LEWISP0RT MILL COMPANY Lewisport, Kentucky FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS mw vcrwr. big-ca- VCnmj w You don't save menep uhtn yu buy n cAmp or lading powder. Don't ha mltltd. Buy Calumtt. It' more mora uholtomt tttmmnUal gk)t W ntukt. Calumtt It fat uifariot la aattf MNV Qttm MM. ' Wounded Pride. havo hundreds of thousands of dollars'lnveBted in my musical productions," said the sensitive manager. "Surely the public appreciates your genoroslty," "No, it doesn't. The public would rather watch a comedian when he come out and tells a fool Joke than leek at y beautiful aeesery and "t Try a Want Ad. Today. charltablo enough to admit to tho houso a strnngo mnn who waB vainly striving to reach his own homo and rescue his family. When sho did not think of the flood alio was apprehenslvo of tho man. It was an unusual situation, as tho common danger drovo thorn closer together and to tho second story. When death seemed certain sho wroto a farewoll noto and pinned It high on tho wall. Tho man, too, was lmprossed. Together they Psalm and recited tho Twenty-thirthen ho mado a prayer. "I was bo when I found that ho was a Christian," Bho Bald, ''and it certainly was a beautiful prayer." Whether or not it was bis prayer that checked tho flood, the water began to subside and the two were 'in time permitted ttr d Faced the Flood With a Prayer. A West side wpman who was alone in her homo when tho Hood camo wns The first step toward owning your own home is to secure the necessary building in the right location. Let me sell you one on the monthly payment plan; you will never regret the investment. No interest. Write me for particulars. H. V. HARRIS, 1411 Catalpa Street LoilisYille, Ky. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Hardinsburg, DENTIST Kentucky Cumb, Phone 18. Kcildcncc f htllman Ifouie ::: es-a- p. Office Coluaobua DlBoatok. Over Farmers Bank IHE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher laaucd Evory Wednesday. VOTE FOR. THREE NEW HOMES GOING UP IN CLOVERPORT With orderly movement, these buildings aro being. erected like, clock-wor- k under Mr. Wcathcrholt's contract. His method assures: First Undivided Responsibility he seeo to every detail of building. Second: Freedom from "Extras." You will know the price nnd thcro will bo no extra charges rjot understood . Third: Completion on Time. Inquiries concerning EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KYM WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1913 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rato of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 conts per lino, money in advance. Examinotholabolon your paper. If it is not correct please Botify us. bbbbbbW jbV 1 , bbbbbbS ' v4.s v f Architecture, Building Equipment Interior Decoration, Painting given prompt attention by mail or personal information given at tho ofiice. MOTHER'S DAY White carnations will be worn in memory of tho mothers who cannot look at the lovely flowers with us today. Pink carnations have been ordered for thoso fortunate cnouph to have children who not only love, but honor them. The love for one's mother docs not stand alone. It is always by accompunicd by thouphtfulncss, by the kind look, by sympathy appreciation of tho care and tenderness she has so quietly jriven through the nights of babyhood, the days of childhood, in tho hours of manhood when tho council of her heart was given, when the pro mother-ltection of her confidence and encouragement was needed. Tho ove, if the child could only return it! If his heart could go out in forgiveness to all those who hurt him, as a mother's heart is filled with compafcsion when he hurts and disappoints her. All outbursts of fury would be overlooked all our best intentions understood, and our hearts would bo filled with that eempassion that makes our souls bbbLLLIB-- v Sunday is Mother's Day. bbbbLLbw bbbbLLbY BBBBBBBBBBST bbbbbbbbbm BSBSBSBSB. jNMlllV ' -- k &&.; mju? lgBH A mm m "tW smaf B& ,f,V.i m.- 4" $ - ;'J MARION WEAfHERHOLT, General Contractor Pi bbbbbbbbbbbLW. VbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW. lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBaBaBaBaBaBW XBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW Cloverport, Kentucky . t xBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMaeaaBBBBBk t ,HL flflaBaBB. aHL Announcement bbbbbbbbbbLbLHtx isLLLLLLLLLLLLLH iiiiiataii rich with love. Not long ago Father's Day "as recognized. He, too, is beginning to share tho tender tributes with the mother. Tho day will soon come when he will no loncer be, Daddie, Fard or The Old Man and The Governor. To every ton and daughter, ho will be, Father, with deepest love nnd respect. come into their and grand-father- s When will the own again? How seldom ono hears any thine of them, except granSweet memories are those of ono's grand-mothnie, or grand-dad- . who can remember her in the garden by tho lilies of tho valley, and grand-fathe- r carrying his cano and pointing out the way of truth und grand-mothers er VIC ROBERTSON FOR bbbbbbbbbLB K&mmmm ' 4h H May the real back to the children of today. words and roses. obedience. grand-mother- s and grand-father- s May they be honored with come loving We announce this week, Arthur Beard as a candidate for sheriff of Breckenridcc county subject to the action of the Republican Party Primary election, Aug. 2. Mr. Beard is a fine young man, has had largo experience in the sheriff's office, and if elected will make a good sheriff. An mother, rare in independence and grently is she who takes her baby to church ed County Clerk Democratic Candidate PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 2 C. W. Moorman, services as Supervisor of Tax Book. ... R. A Smith, services as Supervisor of Tax Book W. T. Dowell, services as Supervisor of Tax Book now-a-day- s. Next Thursday night will bo the Clovcrport High mencement of the concrete walk. School com- Sheriff's cost Cost in Henrv Hall road case H. M. IS 00 Joe Rebarker, viewer IS CO 2 50 10 43 1 50 IS 00 IS 00 Henry Cannon, services as Supervisor of the Tax Book.... H. M. Beard, services as Clerk for Board of Supervisors.... Cost in J. H. Johnson and doing at tho County Seat next Monday. There'll be others road cases, H M. take a day oil' and be there. Beard, Clerk, cost John Blythe, viewer Mr. Babbago will bo in Hardinsburg next Monday. Have your John W. Elder, viewer R. M. Basham, Surveyor subscriptions read' for him. D. Sheeran, Sheriff, cost Cost in Henry Dalton road Circuit Court convenes at Hardinsburg next Monday. So. do According to the crop reports, peaches will be in style in county this summer. IS 00 Henry Dalton, viewer J H. Rebarker, chainman.... Burton, chainman R. M. Basham, Surveyor D Sheeran, Sheriff I. M Cooper, drainage for land taken II. M Beard, feesfoi legal services, itemized mak-iu- g 1 1 1 50 00 00 0 00 3 25 55 00 4O 11 05 $5 We beg to announce that we have arranged with Mr. R. F. Outcaull creator of the celebrated character "BUSTER BROWN" and the world's! highest paid artist, to furnish us each week with a special drawing and advertisement for our Bank. These pictures and ads. will be on this page a long time and we believe will interest and educate both old and voune. HGettinc Mr. Outcault's service cost us no small price, but we did it and feel that the value of his work will justify the expenditure. We invite you to look each week at Mr. Outcault's illustrations. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & 3 00 H. M. Beard, Cleark for list of transfers for 3 00 Board of Supervisors 9 20 3 5O State 30 00 TRlbT CO. Hardinsburg Kv: Wade Pile, for goods furnished for November election, item1 E2E1W7S yMIHW'IWUVjy5SS7aamglBHMMI tho Progressives. Mr. Sam L. Dent, la.3t Sunday. well-know- case M. n H. Beard, Clerk's J. H. Rebarker, viewer in this county, died in Louisville J. II. Rebarker, chainman.... Taylor Meador, viewer Taylor Meador,. chainman... R. M. Basham, surveyor cost.... 10 00 Pay as you go and you no slow. FISCAJJOURT. Regular Term of Hie Breckinridge Fiscal Court held in ami for Breckinridge County at the Court hour in Hardinsburg on Tuesday April 1st, 1913 Present Hon. h. h., Judge of the Ureckenridge County Court presiding with the following Justices of the Peace, G. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, S. S. P. Drury, 1). J. Quiggins and II. Dix, U. A. Whittinghill, being all the justices in couitniskiou. In accordance with Chapter 105, Section Acts of 1912, the members of Jliis court think it advantageous to the County to elect a County Treasurer. The name of Wm. Ahl and Paul Compton were put in nomination, and the vote being taken resulted as follows: For Paul Compton 4 g votes, for Wm. Ahl 2 votes, Paul u majority of the votes received was declared elected, and his election is confirmed and made the order of the At u County to-ui- t: 1 Comp-havin- Court. On Motion of Justice S. P. Drury second by Justice I). J. Quiggins it is that said Treasurer be required to execute bond in tho penal suni'of 50 000. 00 said ljond to be. approved and accepted by the county Judge. Came P. JJ. Yates and in open Court filed a claim in the hum of $60 00 for land taken by reason of a change in the Public County Road over his land, it is ordered that said sum of $60 00 be and the same in allowed to the said V, 15. Yates, conditioned on the jsaid P. li. Yates executing to the County u general warranty deed for said laud so taken. : Came V. D Bennett and in open Court asked damages for fence and other inconvenience by reason of a public road being opened through his farm, the Court being advised it is ordered and directed that he be allowed the sum of $25 00 for said damages. Came George Harned and Pal Garner Commissioners heretofore appointed to view the site for a bridge asked for across Sinking Creek where the same is crossed by the Custer and Rosettn road and filed their report, said commissioners in their report say that a bridge at said point is an urgent need and recommend that said bridge be constructed and that a change in the country road will be necessary as the road where it Is located is under the bank of the creek nnd they recommended in said report that said road be changed to run over the land of G. C. Garner for a distance of 5OO or 000 yards. Said Garner agreed to give a 3O foot road without cost to the couty. Said report is now ordered Sled and it is moved and second td thut said bridge be built and the change is made as recommended by the commissioners, said motion carried nnd was made the order of the court. The road and bridge Commissioners are ordered and directed to advertise for bids for said bridge for both wood and iron. The following claims were presented and followed wit: The Bradley and Gilbert Co for binding Assessors book.. $ 785 Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company, for Election Booth 10 00 J. L, Ball sorvlcts as Supervisor of Tax Book 18 00 s-.- -v UR 1 ized Dennie Sheeran, Sheriff allow1 50 ed for 94 road overseers at 1 00 50c each 1 50 Chas. Robinson, balance on 1 00 small pox claim 5 03 Lee Walls, Clerk'scost in small pox claims repealed by county attorney D. Sheeran, Sheriff, legal fees itemized Tom Beard, for fencing, etc., 05 47 00 I7 00 M 101 05 79 50 sSG Bh II h' I Offi- itemized A. Tucker, Dept. Sheriff, itemized C. A. Tucker, Dept. Sheriff, 40 75 cers are 3000 77 00 itemized 4 never too busy to advise with you on tho financial subject. G. N. Taul, salary as Live Stock Inspector from Oct. 1 1012 to April 1, 1013 The following claims were allowed to election officers for 12s 00 If you have a proposi- tion which needs financing or want a loan for your private business como in and talk it over. Tho talk will bo in confidence, and is likely to result in your getting help. the November election 1012. HAKDiNsnuna no. 1 Judge, G. P. Ball Judge, Will DeHaven Sheriff, C. M. Heston Clerk, J. E. Monarch IIAUDINSBUKG NO. 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 00 00 "Such shipments mean Stadebaker has the confidence of the farmer" Every year over one hundred thousand horse-drive- n vehicles are sold by Studebakcr. Over a million Stude baker vehicles are always in use. Stop and think what that means. This enormous output means that Farmers the men who know depend upon Siudcbaker wagons to do their work. And a Studebakcr wagon never fails. It is always ready to do a big day's work and to keep on doing it. There are thousands of Stude baker wagons that have been in service from 20 to 40 years. . A Studebakcr wagon is a real butincM asset. Wheels, body, frume, axles and running gear have been tested and retested by experts. You can buy cheaper wagons but they'rs not Sludtbakut, nor will they last like Studebakcr wagons. Whether in city, town or country, for business or pleasure, there is a StuJebaker vehicle to meet your requirements. Farm wagons, trucks, contractors' wagons, buggiss, surreys, runabout, carriages, business and delivery wagons each the best ofiu Eonv Studebaker harness also, of every description. See our 00 00 00 00 00 Judge, V. G. Goodman Judge, Tom Gregory..; Sheriff, Milt Davis Clerk, Taylor Beard Judge, Judge, D. S. Miller Sheriff, Abe Meador Clerk, Hubert Dejarnett HAUOINSnUKO R A. Beard '.... NO. 3 00 New - Accounts 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 2 2 2 00 00 00 00 Solicited The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. IIAilDINSUUIia NO. Judge, J. L. Ball Judge, Mike Miller Sheriff, S. M. Jackson 4 Clerk, Jubal Hook, Jr OLOVEM'OKT NO. 1 Judge, John Carter Judge, Jas. . Tlnius Sheriff, June V. Carter Clerk, J. A. Waggoner 2 00 3 60 8 60 2 00 Dtoltt or utile uu STUDEBAKER KKW YOBK CHICAGO South Btsd, ImL U1NNSATOLM KANSAS CITY DALLAS MMVtR SALT LAK1 CITY SAM WANCJSCO rOKTLAJJB, OSS, eoatisud ob page 8 r , .i. t Vh Brcknridge News. 1913 I make anything made of C, Lishen, sheet metal. 1 s' f I; ft" il C Miss Stella Wcathcrholt visited her aunt, Mrs. Marlon Ryan, in Louisville Jtntcred attlio Post Offllce at Cloverport, Ky last week, Kg second clai matter. Baseball gloves and mitts. Nolte. Mrs. William McGovcrn and children, THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORC'CN of Victoria, were pleasant visitors at ADVERTISING BY THE the News office Friday. Sanitary Washable Paint Mr. Win, McDonald, of Owensboro, was the guest of his cousin, Mrs. J, II. Its reputation established; used by GENERAL OFFICES leading decorators for Churches and Wills, Sunday. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO all Public Buildings. Mrs. Joe Mullen arrived home MonBRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES day from Owensboro after a visit to Beautiful Colors with Stencil Borders her sifter, Mrs, J. B. Rice, to Match ANNOUNCEMENTS IUTES FOR POLITICAL Nice line of new oxfords. Nolte. Will McCrackcn and Charlie Hall $ 2. CO went to Glen Dean Monday to paint For Precinct unci city Offices Painter and Decorator $5.00 W. R. Moorman's residence. For County Offices Cloverport. Ky. and District Offices... .$ 16.00 For State Give mo your work nand bust the 10 For Calls, per line trust. C. Lishen. 10 For Cards, per line Mrs. Fladge Carter went to Irvlhg-toANNOUNCEMENTS For All Publications in tbe interMonday to visit her sisters, Misses est of Individuals or expression 10 Greenwood. of individual views per line Found Sack containing mcrchan dise, owner can have by paying for this ad. C. P. Babbagc. Mr. and Mrs Rufus McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Culton attended the K. E. A., in 1 ( Louisville last week. Wo am authorized to announce A AKTIIUnT. HEARD. Boriami a window a minute. Nolte. 5 6 17 Li of llardlnshurp, as a candidate forShtrlff of Mrs Frank Fralze has returned ilreckcnrldgfl county subject to lia action 8 19 20 21 22 23 4 of tl.n Republican party, primary election homo from Louisville after a visit to Aur. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warfleld. Mr. J. H. Cottrell, of Owensboro, Forest Nurseries. came Saturday to be the guest of his son, Rev. E. O. Cottrell, a few days. Two nurseries for the growth of for Fishing lines, hooks and poles. No- est tree seedlings and transplants wil 1 lte. LOCAL BREVITIES be started In the nenr future, one near Let mo look after that leaky roof. Frankfort, Ky., and the other on twenC. Lishen. ty five acres of land belonging to the Louisville Evening Post State Fair at Louisville. The State Mrs. Chas. Hamman Is ill. nnd Breckenrldge News Board of Forestry at its quartely meetone vear $3.50. Tennis rackets. Nolte. ing on April 21 made arrangements to Harry Newsom and little daugh- undertake this work. It will cost about Mrs. Not in the trust. C. Lishen. guests of $"50 each to establish the nurseries and Mayor Barry was in Louisville Fri- ter, Margaret Jabine, are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Donaldson, of the stock from them will be furnished day. .Bowling Green. to the people of the state at cost In orMiss Lillian Sippel has returned Correction Mrs. John Welsenbarg' der to encourage the reforesting of homo from Louisville. areas nnd waste lands. These sold only interest of her ten Mr. Henry Duncan spent Sunday nt cent store to Mrs. Joe Fitch, Instead nurseries are projects which will be of Hardin Grove, Ind. great benefit to the people of the state of all. Baseballs and bats. Nolte. and within a very short time will be Mr. Dan Duncan and little daughter, Miss' Lillian Polk entertained Friday Eunice, returned to Hardin Grove, afternoon. Ind., Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Mother's day service at Methodist Rowland. CAN IT? church Sunday morning. Croquet set healthy exercise. NolMrs. Fanny Tousey has returned te. home from Owensboro. Miss Maud Beard, of Webster, and When The Proof Can Be So EasDr. Hiliary Boone, of Louisville, was Miss Goldle Hatfield, of Stephensport, ily Investigated. accompanied by Mr. John Hatfield, hre Sunday. spent were in town Monday. Meador, Ktngswood, Elihu Ballbearing roller skates for boys Gunday at Sample. When so many grateful citizens of I tnis locality testify to benefit derived Mrs. Wickliffe DeHaven suffered a and girls. Nolte. Mrs. Chas. May and daughters, Miss- from Doan's Kidrry Pills, can ou evere anile sprain last week. Henry Shrewsberry and son Marvin, es Eva and Eliza, of this city, and Mrs doubt the evidence? The proof is not Briedenbach, of Owensboro, were in far away it is almost at your door. torn McQuady were here Tuesday. Read what a resident of Hawesvllle Mr. James Winn, of Louisville, was Louisville last week. says about Doan's Kidney Pills. Can Le guest of Mrs. Amble Daniels Sun Moorman, who has been Mrs. Sallie you demand more convincing testispending the winter in Florida, armony? rived home from Louisville, Sunday Best union suits ever. Nolte. W. M. Young, farmer, R. F. D. No. Kather-in- e night with her daughter, Miss 3, Hawesville, Ky., says: "One of my Prof. Forscvthe, of Hardinsburg, was Moorman. fbmily had pains In her sides and the guest of Miss Julia Wroe Wednes Louisville Evening Post across the small of her back. Seeing day. and Breckenridge News Doan's Kidney Pills so highly recomone year $3.50. Have that RUtter repaired C. Lishen. mended in the local papers, she got a Flemings-burProf Edmond Wroe, of Mr. Charles Smart came to town parents, Mr. Saturday with stock to ship on the supply at Gibson's Drugstore and be was the guest of his gan using as directed. In a short time, "and Mrs Trios. Wroe, Saturday. boat. He had several invitations for she was cured. She has not had any flit nrsll nalnf ncpri nn Sunday and was the guest of Mr. and further need pf a kidney remedy " Mrs. Ed Oglesby. churches and all public buildings. For tale by all dealers. Price 50 Smith. price on ladies' ox- cents. Remember the Co., Buffalo, Ladies' net union suits. Nolte. fords. Nolte. New York, sole agents for the United David Murray, Jr., of Nashville. Mrs. David Phelps and daughter, States. Tenn., was the guest of Mrs. Fred Kathrine, and son, Billy, leave today Remember the name Doan's and Ferry Sunday. for Versailles to visit her parents. take no other. Advertisement. rank- - They will be accompanied by the Misses Col. Claude Mercer went to fort Monday to look after Riley Hunter. In the Channel Kip. petition for pardon. The Gull lightship swings, year in, a little lard less than R. W. Jones and Tom Salmon, Glen with ordinary flour and a hot stove is year out, between tho treacherous Dean, wero kicked by a horse last Fri- all you need to make the finest of bread Goodwins and the Kentish coast. On eido tho ship a day and badly hurt. out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It either of ocean's guardians stream and of Miss Theodosla Matheny left yester- will save you 20 per cent, on your ocean's trado sweeps by. Cruisers and day for Owensboro where she will visit bread bill. Try it. scouts dash past at utmost speed, setting tho lightship rolling heavily upon relatives. Cold in One Day To Cure a tho swell they leavo behind. Great hats, all shapes. Nolte. itraw Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops thi steamers of tho Orient, P. and 0.,and Cough and Headache and works off the Cold, Sam Keith has gone to Eliza-3w- Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. other lines aro there; schooners and He is greatly missed at the E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c sailing craft of overy build; down to French fishing smacks nnd heavily-ladeoffice. Improving Bandy Addition. barges with their decks almost rs. Benton Eubanks and little London Globe. Ihter, Alice Cleo, left last week Bandy Addition, J. E. Galloway, rrankfort. has given his barn, fences and out houses a fresh coat of whitewash which adds very much to the good appearance of his premises. We like to see, and so does everybody, barns, out It houses and fences whltecoated. ' GOOD shows civic pride and progress. Every barn along the Henderson Route ought CARPENTERS to have a coat of whitewash. It Is at with tools; work starts May tractive and impresses the stranger 10th; now Plant. gates. within our WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, Alabasco! I Wa.rts. For Sale Livery Stock ANNOUNCEMENTS For Your Walls Note- Advertisers pleaso notify tho editor when you want advertisement discontinued. EffKS. HgRS, Errgs. CUOM 1'rlr.o winner llarred Rocks. Until Juno 1st 7&c per J5 11.85 ifr 30. Miss Mary J, Coomcs, Ilardlniburg, Ky. 3MijjtT??aajgJiJ C HEAD horses also buggies and wngon. w Splendid opening for liveryman. Itcuson for selling want to change buslne. Call or write T. O. Matthews, Irvlngton. Ky. For The State Senate Wo Wo aro authorised to announco Lilbon E. Smith aro authorized to announco JESSE WHITWOIITH, of Itardlnsburg, as a candldato for tho Stato Senate subject to tho action of tho DemoFor SaleHeavy Wrapping Paper. cratic party, Primary election Augusts. COR BALE Heavy wrapping paper for ' carpets. Two big sheets for 5 cents Wo aro authorized to announco Newsofllcn. O. C. QUAY, VIC. HOttKUTSON. of Glen Dean, as a candldato for County Court Clerk, of llreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. I'rL. tnary election August 2. -Wo n limi) of Meado county, as a candldato fortheStato Residence. Senate, subject to tho action of tho DemoCOlt SALC Homo on Huston street. Hun- - cratic party, l'rlmary election Augusts. urcd.foot lot: soen rooms; stono founda. For Sheriff tlon; tllo root: piped for gas; condition good. For Representative Terms reasonable - K. I). Perry. Wo arouuthorlred to announco Wo aro authorl7cd to announco KINLEY MIU.EK, For Sal- e- Exsliaw House THE HON. D. H. SEVERS, for COR SALE on easy terms, small cash piiy- - of Cloverport, as a candldato for Represen- of Itardlnsburg, as a candidate tin Sheriff of Jlrccklnrldge county action of ment, tho Kxslinw houso opposite tno tative of Ilreckenridgu county, subject to tho Democratic party.subject to diction Aug. Primary ball park. Kor particulars address H, V. tho action of tho Democratic Party, l'rlmary Harris, 1411 CatalpaSt., Louisville, Ky. election Aitg.S. For Sale Wo aro authorized to announce Do You Make Shirts? JESSE II. MILLER, If you mako men's shlrti, get tho perfect I'fitlnr tttinilu titr.ii.rl v i unw n.i .l.n of Sample, ps a candldato for Representative 5 cents each. Order today Nolto's. of llreckenrldgo county, subject to tho act-Io- n of tho Democratic party, Primary election August 2nd, For Sal Farm Acres hill farm, 2M miles of Hawesvllle, Wo aro autlioricd to announce 7-Ky.i soroo branch IkjMoih, all lays MOORMAN DITTO, good. Good bouse; new burn necessary outbuildings; orchard; on rural route: of Glen Dean, as a candidate for Represen?15 00 per acre; part cash. 1). (J. Duncan, tative of Hreckcnrldgocounty. subject to the action of tho Democratic party In Primary Lock Not 3), Hawesvllle. Ky. Election Augusts. For Sale Lumber. For Circuit Judge pOIt SALE Lumber. Can furnish a man 1 any bill ho may want. Chas. Tabollng, Wo are authoriacd to announco Tar Fork, Ky. fit. are authorised to announco W. T. OHEOOItY, Jr. of Oarflold. as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the notion of tho Democratic party Primary election Augusta. - For Jailor Wo ... aro authorized to announco iHNH 3 1 1 2 1 2 yy H PIHB '" HOE HOOK. of Hardlnsburg, as a candldato for .tailor of Hreckcnrldgocounty. subject to tho action of tho Democrats In Primary Election, Aug. S. Wo aro authorized to announco O. W. MILt-Eof Kirk, as a candldato for Jailor of llrcck. enrldgo countv subject to tho action of tho Democrats In l'rlmary Election August Snd. l to announce TICK HENDKICK, as a candidate for Jailor of llreckenrldgo county tubject to the action of the Democra- Wo aro Authorlzi f $3.50 cut-ov- er one-ha- lf YOyp of KlUahethtown, nsn candldato for Circuit tic party at tho August l'rlmary. iuukuui mo tfiuiu.iuuiciai District, subject Humbly to tho pOR SALE Ono action of tho Democratic party In tho Traction Engine. Splendid condition. 1 1 We aro authorized to announco lumry eieciiun August i'. Reason for setting am Installing gas engine. Call or wrltu.las J. Iturk, Cloverport. J. M. LEWIS, For County Judge. of Hardlnsburg, ns a candldato for 'Jailor, subject to the action of the Democrat party Good Farm For Sale. Wo aro authorized to announce In tho August Primary. J. M. MULLEN. Por Sale 150 acres good land. Improvp-niont-- i, Wo are authorized to announco six room dwelling; two good barns: of Cloveport, as a candldato for County lino water; SOncres In timber; 75 acres cleared Judge of llreckenrldgo subject to tho action CALVIN HENDKICK, Jii.. bottom land. Situated at Tar Kork on coun- of tho Democratic party, primary election of New Ilethcl, as :i candidate for Jailor, ty road. 5 miles from St. Mary's church and ivuKuab m subject to tho action of the Democratic Prione mllofrom Methodist and llaptlst church. Wo aro authorized to announco mary Election Augusts. 1013. Two good .school houses within ono mile. Prlco SI. 250. Tho timber rightly bandied will JAS. M. WITHERS, pay for It. Write or coruo toseomi- - ut'l'ar of Kirk, as n candldato for County Judge, of Wo are authorized to announco 11. JACKSON. Fork. J. Ilreckonrldgo countv, subjtctto tho action DR. C, CAIIh, of tho Democratic Tarty, Primary election of Hardlnsburg, as a candldato for Jailor of Aug. 2. llreckenrldgo county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party In Primary Election We aro authorlzco to announco August S. SAM D. DIX. of Stephensport, as a candldato for County For Assessor RESIDENT .luugu ui itrt'CKcnnugo county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August Snd. Wo are authorized to announco W. A. DOWNS, Wo aro authorlzfd to announco PHONE No. 2-- R Cloverport, Ky. of Kirk, as a candidate for Assessorof HreckI) II. It. T. DEMPSTER, Office Opposite GlUson's Drug Stcro cnrldgocounty, subject to tbe action of tho of Olen Dean, as a ctndldato for County Judge of Hreckenrldge county, subject to Democratic party, l'rlmary election Aug. 2. tho action of tho Democratic party Primary We are authorized to announco election, August Snd. For Sale Traction Engine J. It. LAYMAN. s Dr. Jessq Baucum Dentist ..Permanent.. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR Dentist Irvington, Kentucky k Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. SS-- V of llreckenrldgo connty subject to the action of party, primary election Aug. of Hardlnsburg, as a cmidldato for County the Democratic Judge of llreckenrldgo county subject to tho Snd. action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August S. We are authorized to announco TAYLOR TATE, We aro authorized to announco of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for Assessor T. J HOOK. Hreckenrldge county, xuhject lo the action of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for County of tbe Democratic p.irty In Primary Election of iiv cuunijr suojei'i to tne Augusts. .Kuscui the nnmocr.illi'. action of ll!ir.v lrl.!irv election Augusts. We are authorlzfd to announco MIKE MILLER, im-tKi'ii- Wn aro authorized to announce ANDREW D. SQUIRES of Harned. as a candldato for Assessor $3.50 g, A 1l..., Lil-fbo- n Foster-Milbu- m Assrs-o- r of Wo aro authorized to announco Hrccklnrldce countv subject to tho action of Cloverport, Ky. the Democratic party. Primary ulcctlou Aug V. G. IIAnHAOK, Estimates furnished for all kinds of of Cloverport, ns a candldato for County Atwork, Write or phone 111c at Cloverport. torney of llreckenrldgo county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary For Superintendent Public Schools election August Snd Wo aro authorlzud to announco We are Authorlzid ts announco JUDOE II. C. MURRAY. J. W. TRENT, of HiirilfnshiiFf. tiu n iiill'ln.. r,... r........... Attorney, bubjo t to tho action of tho Demo- of Custer, as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schoolsof Itrccklnrldgt) ounty sublo ject to tho action of tho Democratic party in $2,500 will buy a tract of crat party at tho August Prlunry. Primary election Augusts. For County Court Clerk of land in Brecken-ridg- e 435 acres We aro autho-lze- d to iiniiojjnco We aro authorized to announce county on Tar Fork II. A. ATER. JOHN E. MONARCH. creek about 5 miles south of f Kirk, as a candidate fot County Court of Stephensport. a- - a candidate for Superln-bendeClerk of Public Schoo s of Hreckenridgo Cloverport, Ky., ana is known action of HreckenrldRo county, subject to the county, subject to the action of the Demoof tho Democratic party In Primary cratic party In Primary election August Snd. as the old Mullen farm. Near ivi.wuii jvuKMafc m. For County Attorney JOHN W. KENNEDY. of Han ed. as a randldate for Cumberland Phono FOR SALE! nt Tar Springs. N. B. CHAMBERS Owensboro, Ky. Dow-ell'- s Cold-wate- r Notice To Candidates! " For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chlJlTONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. GOc. nevor-ceasin- g Each candidate must have a nominat- n. What Might Have Been. Editor Have you submitted these poems anywhere elso? Poet No, sir. Editor Then where did got the black oye? London Opinion. n i ing petition. You can get them at the Countv Clerk's office at 50c each. J i WANTED! 50 nni mi Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist wilt refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Dllnd, Weeding or Protruding Piles inO to H days. The first application gives Eas and Rest. We. IS THIS THE WAY KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT GO. KY. Advertising money-makinentertainments for Clubs, Lodges, School Churches, Leagues, Etc., are charged for at the regular rates. Pointers and special notices of ads are paid matter. Do Not ask the Publisher, Reporter or Correspondents to insert advertisements gratis. g Try a News Want Ad. They bring quick results THE PRUDENT M4N OR WOMAN for BARGAINS and takes them whonovor a GENUINE BARGAIN is offered in merchandise and many other lines. This is a ood practice in buying morchandisoand many other things. It isn't a good practice- to look for bargains in BANK ING Vrhoro is safety to look for tho lirst great consideration and that has to do with tho bank's soundness, strength, good management, safo business methods, and a thousand other details of management. is always on tho lookout - K0SM0SDALE, JOHN D. BABBAGE that tooth of yours seems to feci? Why suffer such pain when relief is at hand? You know there is decay somewhere that OUGHT TO BE ATTENDED TO SWAT THE FLY Now is the time to kill flies don't wait until they are here by the millions and millions begin war at once and protect the children. 4 I THE FIRST STATE BANK, : Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier at once Don't put 'it off because you we afraid of pain or expense because neither will prove as great as you think. W. A. WALKER, OtttM . Dentist Batory Subscribe Gome One! Come all! let me look after your.... OME i T o AJJOMANCE.0F vgw IflRSwhBcfjH onREfflTEonr ft tfsfr x IaSu his revolver." "Sure I got It!" Willlo laughed, abruptly. "And I don't give It up till wo lose, neither. That's the His voice was surprisingly Ho harsh for one so looked more llko a professor than high-pitche- Pity the Unpainted Hotttef Would you go out in the pouring rain wearing your best clothes if you had no protection such as an umbrella or raincoat? Not if yc could help it, you say. Yet some people expose expensive material to the elements without adequate protection. The building material in your house is ox- -, pensive and should be protected.. Otherwise it will be ruined as surely as the fine clothes you wouldn't wish to wear out in the rain. under-standln- V Insurance No line No line JaKmjrR bxBHSch tWl TJlliMA IT" WVW too big I.J. t "?- - SUGGESTED BY THE PiAY BY" ETBEAOUND PAUURMSIRONG too small ;' Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the United States. All been tried and gave perfect satisfaction. L. COPYRIGHT K?v dgzr iifi l5r2L-fo5"B- r Bcwt Simtji flBROTHeRg d 391Q BV HAPPET? C. TAUL Cloverport, Agent Ky. cioizzlfolfo1fo1lcioEi51 BALL & MILLER livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky CZ30I?ll0ll00CZ30I3 Let Us Write Your Ad. What do you Want to Buy, Sell or Exchange? We will take your ad or help you word one. Published in The Breckenridge News it will reach, ut least, 8,000 readers, some of whom will have what you want or want what you have. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realize the fact that thousands of women are now using A Soluble Antiseptic Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane affections, such as sore throat, nasal or pelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulceration, caused by female ills? Women who have been cured say "it is worth its weight in gold." Dissolve in water and apply locally. For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtine in their private correspondence with women. For all hygienic and toilet uses it has no equal. Only 50c. a large box at Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of price. The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. OVER a&&ne 65 YEARS EXPERIENCE ijTfftjjn Anyone sending a sketch and description may irilcklr ascertain our opinion free whether anr Invention la probublr nutentiihlo. comment lal. HANDBOOK on Intents ent free. Oldest agency fur securing patents. i'atenti taken turouuh Ilutin & Co. lecetre tpuial notice, without charge, la the Communion-tlonsstrlctl- Trade Marks Designs Copvrights Ac. Scientific American, handsomely lllnstrated weekly. Tjirgoit circulation of any nclentlUo Journal. Terms. 13 a yeiir: four months, fL Bold byull newsdealers. A MUNN&Co.36'B;d New York Notice That resolutions of respect are published at ol cents per linp. Plcabo do not send obituaries to the Rows without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. Notice to Those Who Write For The Breckenridge News Persons who send articles to the Breckenridge News, kindly take pains to make them plain and on paper of reasonable size, Wrapping paper is sot convenient to handle oa a type case or dek, Always frigs name. , v TJ " J" vancement as, for Instance, of us." "That's right," seconded Willie. the purchase of Willie's watch. This tlmepleco cost the trainer twenty-on"He's told us all along that Mr. Speed wonder, and if dollars, and he sold it to Speed for was a double the amount, believing in the the young feller can't run ho had luck of even numbers. Nor did younc ought to have told us." Speed allow his trainer's efforts to Mr. Cloudy showed his understandcease here, for In every portable time- - t ing of the discussion by nodding sipiece on tho ranch he recognized a lently. menace, and not until Lawrence had "We'll put it up to him, in tho morncornered the market and tho wholo ing," said Stover. collection was safely locked in his "If Mr. Speed cannot w'at trunk did he breathe easily. This re- you do, eh?" questioned the Mexican. quired two days, during which the Nobody answered. Still Bill seemed young people at the ranch enjoyed at a loss for words, Mr. Cloudy stared themselves thoroughly. They were gloomily into space, and Willio ground halycon days for the Yale man, for his teeth. Fresno was universally agreeable, and On the following morning Speed seemed resigned to the fact that sought a secluded nook with Helen, Helen should prefer his rival's com-- ' but no sooner had he launched himself pany to his own. fairly upon the subject uppermost In As for Glass, he recounted tales of his mind than ho was disturbed by a Mariedetta's capitulation to his em-- delegation of cowboys, consisting of ployer, and wheezed merrily over the the original four who had waited upon discomfiture of the Mexican girl's for him that first morning after his arj mer admirers. rival. They came forward with grave "She's a swell little dame," he con- and serious mien, requesting a mofided to Speed one afternoon, as they ment's interview. It was plain there lounged luxuriously In the shade at was something of more than ordinary their customary resting place. "Yes, importance upon their minds from the with her, too." They had manner in which Stover spoke, but and set out for their dally run, and were j when Helen quickly volunteered to sunow contesting for the seven-uwithdraw. Speed checked her. premacy of the Catsklll mountains. Al-"Stay where you are; I have no seready Glass had been declared the un-- ' crets from you," said he. Then noting disputed champion of the Atlantic the troubled face of the foreman, coast, while Speed on the day previous quoted impatiently: .' had wrested from him the champion"'You may fire when ready, " ship of the Mississippi vallny. "But Marledetta is dark!" said tho Still Bill shifted the lump in his college man, as he cut the cards. "She cheek, and cleared his throat before Is almost a mulatto." beginning formally. "Naw! She's no dlnge. She's an "Mr. Speed, while wo honor you a Aztec, an' them Aztec's Is swell peo- heap for ycur accomplishments, and ple. Say, she can play a guitar like a while wo believe in you as a man and barber!" n champeen, we kind of feel that it "Miss Blako told me she was in love might make you stretch your legs with Carara." some if you knew just exactly what Glass grunted contemptuously. "I've this means to tho Flying got It on that insurrecto four ways. Heart outfit." Why, I'm learning to talk Spanish my- "I assured you that tho Centlpedo self. If ho gets lossy, I'll cross ono cook would be beaten," said tho colover his bow." The trainer made a lege man, stiffly. vicious jab at an imaginary Mexican. "Isn't Mr. Speed's word sufficient?" "Ho ain't got a good wallop in him. inquired the girl. "I thought cowboys was tough guys," Stover bowed. "It had sure ought to continued Glass, "but it's a mistake. be, and wo thank you for them new That little Willie, for instance, is a assurances. You see, our spiritual Is duo to the fact that Humpy lamb. He packs that Mauser for protection. He's afraid some farmer will Joe's left us broke, and wo walk up and poke his eye out with a banked on you to pull us even. That . One copper with a night-- ' first experience strained our credulity stick could stampede the whole out- to the bustin' point, and well, In fit. But they're all right, at that," words of one syllable, we come from ho acknowledged, magnanimously. Jopiin." "They're a nice bunch of fellers when "Missouri," said Willie. you know how to take 'em." "My dear sirs, I can't prove that you "Tho flies are awful today," Speed are going to win your wagers until the complained. "They bite my legs." day of the race. However, If you are "I'll bring out a bath robe tomor- broke to start with, I don't see how row, and we'll hide it in tho bushes. I you can expect to lose a great deal." wish there was some place to keep "You ain't got the right angle on the this beer cool." Glass shifted somo affair," Stover explained. "Outside of bottles to a point where the sunlight the onbearable contumely of losin' did not strike them. twice to this Centipede outfit, which "I'm getting tired of training, Lar- would bo bad enough, we have drawn ry," acknowledged the young man, a month's wages In advance, and wo with a yawn. "It takes so much time." have put it up. Moreover, I have bet Glass shook his head in sympathy. my watch, which was presented to me "Seems like we'd ought to hear from by tho officials of the Santa Fe for Covington," said he. klllln' a pair of when I "He's on his way, no doubt. Isn't it was deplty sheriff." time to go back to tho ranch?" Miss Blake uttered a little scream, Glass consulted his watch "No, wo and Speed regarded tho lanky speaker ain't done but three miles. Here goes with new Interest. for tho rubber." "It's a Walthnm movement, solid It was Berkeley Fresno who retreat- gold caso, eighteen jewels, and ened cautiously from the shelter of a graved with my name." thicket a hundred yards up tho arroyo "No wonder you prize it," said and started briskly homeward, con- Wally. gratulating himself upon the impulse "I bet my saddle," informed Carara, that had decided him to follow tho In his Blow, soft dialect. "Stamp' training partners upon their dally rou- leather wit' silver filagree. It is more tine. He made directly for the corral. dear to mo than well I love It ver' much, senor!" "Which I don't consider there's no "Seems like Willie has mado the consideration comin' to him what- extreme sacrifice," Stover followed up. Willlo that evening. "Ho "While all our boys has gone tho ever," said ain't acted on the lovel." limit, Willlo has topped 'em all; he's "Now, see hero," objected Stover, bet his gun." "ho may bo just what ho claims ho is. "Indeed! Is It a good weapon?" n Simply becauso ho don't go "It'B been good to mo," said tho litaround in the hot sun ain't no tle man, dryly. "I, took it off tho quivsign ho can't run." ering remains of a sheriff In Dodge "What about them empty beer City, up to that time tho best hjp shot bottles?" demanded Willie. "No fel- in Kansas." ler can train on that stuff. I went out Speed felt a cold chill steal up his thoro myself and seen 'em. There was spine, wlillo Miss Blako went palo and a dozon." laid a trembling hand upon his arm. "Mobbo Glass drank it. What I "You bco It ain't Intrinsic value bo claim Is this; Wo ain't got no proof. much as association and sentiment Fresno is btuck on Miss Blake, and that leads to thla Interview," Stover ho's a knocker." continued, "It ain't no Joke wo don't "Then let'B git some proof, and Joke with tho Contlpedo and wo'vo dam' quick." relied on you. The Mox hore would "SI, SenoreB," agreed Carara, who do murder for that saddle." Carara had been an interested listener. nodded, and breathed something In his "I agree with you, but we got to be own tongue. "I have parted with my careful " honor, and Willie la gamblln' just as Willie grunted with disgust. high." can't go at it like we was W"Rut T nnilAA MrWillia still IMS ills' Makes. Mr. 8 need is agueut here." o Merc-ry-footed I s Again the little gun man expressed his opinion, this time In vlolet-tlnteAWRENCE GLASS was be- profanity, and tho other cowboys ginning to like New Mexico. Joined in. "All the same ho Is a guest, and no Not only did It afford a rough work goes. I'm in charge while tinge of romance, discern able In the deep, haunting Mr. Chapin is away, and I'm responsieyes of Mariedctta, tho ble." "Senor Bill," Carara ventured, "tho maid, but It offered an opportunity for financial ad- fat vaquero, he is no guest. Ho is ono CHAPTER VIII. spokesman. , J. Walllngford Speed, fnco to faco gentlemen, with thcr-began to reflect that this was not a thing to bo taken too lightly. "I can't understand," ho declared, with a touch of irritation, "why you should risk such priceless things upon a fripndly encounter." "Friendly!" cried Willie and Stover In n tone that mado their listeners gasp. "Tho Centlpedo nnd tho Flying Heart Is just as friendly as a pair of wild boars." "You set, it's a good thing wo wised you up," ndded tho latter. Carara muttered fiercely: "Senor, I workn flvo year' for that saddle. I am a good gambler, si, b1! but I keel somebody blfforo I loso It to tho Centipede." "And is that Echo phonograph worth all thlB?" inquired Helen. "Wo won that phonograph at risk of life and limb," snld Willie, doggedly, "from tho Centipede " " and twenty other outfits, senor." "It's a trophy," declared tho foreman, "and so long as it fcln't where It belongs, the Flying Heart is in disgrace." "Even tho 'Leven X treats us scornful!" cried tho smallest of tho trio angrily. "We're a Joko to tho wholo serious-minded over. "Willlo has reasons for his caution which wo respect," explained tho sHBlllllllllltesI foot-rac- o If Dampness causes decay in wood-woryou keeo out the dampness you keep away decay. Faint made with k. PHOENIX WHITE LEAD will keep away dampness and prevent decay.! We sell it. Come in and have a talk with va about painting. ' :: Marion Weatherholt, 'h Cloverport, Ky. "I know Just how these gentlemen must feel," declared Miss Blake, tactfully, at which Stover bowed with state." gg)s)TiTf,iMPnTKlnBBB grateful awkwardness. "And it's really a wonderful Instrument," said ho. 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You'd ought to hear it clear as a r.h'cuntly Furnished Rooms with llath, ix.r day bell" .(px.vr $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 STnnle Rooms with Bath, per d.iy 1 CQ The Cafe is in charco of Kpcrts nnd thol culslno mill service is unexcelled. Our crlccs are most moderate. I.urowun service. but choice of club breakfast, cacti 30C 3:00 p. in., per pxrs.ou Tablo d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Cft Tablo d'dote dinner, from C:00 to foot-rac- o I on-re- st get-awa- y sure sweet!" "I begin to feci your loss," said Speed gravely. "Gentlemen, I can only assure you I shall do my best." "Then you won't tako no chances?" inquired Willie, mildly. "You may rely upon mo to take caro of myself." "Thank you!" The delegation moved 'away. "What d' you think of him?" inquired Stover of tho little man In glasses, when they vp re out of hearing. "And sweet," said Willie. "God! It's I ;o l n.-t- e ... $2.50 Music by the IlCkunatlons should bo inula tlienuer possible. 8:00 n. in.. Dor Hereon Rathskeller open from 4.00 p. m. to 1.00 a. m. Tinest Orchestra In the City CI flfll i7" i,vuJ ROBT. B. JONES, Manacer. CZO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mur. Thtj Patten, Chnttnnooci, Term., nnd Hotel, Axsi.Br (open May 12, 1913), I! Atlanta, Gn., under Mimo ruanagemtnt end ownership. Tszamzgni soaa a1 ,J c8rn-cob- "I think ho's all right," Willie hesitated, "only kind of crazy, like all eastern boys. It don't seem credible that no sane man would dast to bluff after what we've said. He'd bo flyin' In tho face of Providence." But this comforting conclusion wavered again, when Berkeley Fresno, who had awaited their report, scoffed openly. "Ho can't run! If he could run he'd be running. I tell you, he can't run as fast as a sheep can walk." "Senor, you see those beautiful A FARM CHEAP AN WHY IT IS CHEAP! Because it is a good farm, fertile land, lavs well, slightly rolling, does not wash; nearly every aero is tillable; it has, southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lying on northern hill side. garden spot of Breckinridge SFCOND It is in the sides sells from .$35 to $4G an CQunty; land on all acre. THIRD It is near tho railroad. wheat, FOURTH It growskinds ot corn, tobacco oats, cow peas a grass. ver, all '"fc contans 300 acres and is cheap. It will pr FIFTH iD ono year, if rightly farmed, nearly half ita. Labor plentiful and cheap. Write FIRST medal he have?" expostulated Carara. "Sure agreed Willie. "His brisket road-agent- s JNO. D. BABBAG Cloverport, Ky. $4,200 Price $4,201 skally-hooti- Retreated Cautiously From the ter of a Thicket. Shel- Ask the Farmer Who Has One was covered with 'em. Ho had ono that hung down llko a dewlap." stoop-shouldere- d "Phony!" "I'vo killed men for less," muttered tho man. "Did you seo his legs?" Fresno was bent upon convincing his hearers. "Couldn't help but seo 'em in that runuln' suit." "Nice and soft and white, weren't thoy?" 'Thoy didn't look like dark meat," Stover agreed, reluctantly. "But you can't go nothln' on the looks of a feller's lees." Continued on Fag 7 what wonders tho Cumberland Telephone works for him. lie will reply: 4 Protects tho home 1 Sells my products 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices G Increases profits 8 Brings supplies 7 Pays for itself aovor and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested and send today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. linoorporata.) e Try a News Want Ad. "we pi 4 W w-- HAS MADE RECORD FOR DRIVING T - !CITY PROPERTY HIGH ST. HOME iiW iiii I Going Women! 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B67 Is a Take CARDUI 2 floors 40x10; HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building bath, laundry, bnsement, natural gas, hot water and all modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents for $210 a year. Price $2,750, & cash. If you want a nice homo this s your chance. Tho best plhco on earth is tho place you call homo. by not have one that is beautiful fur-nuc- c, death." TO REPLACE HORSE NOT MERELY A LUXURY CITY PEOPLE HAVE NO MONOPOLY OF THE AUTO. The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardul, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. t ifci 1 glrla hanging around him all the time Dnp't you know that the worst thing lnrtho world for an athleto Is to talk to' a woman?" ''That's tho worst thing In the world ior anyDoay," saw wiuio, witn cynicism. "But how can wo stop It?" "Make him eat as well as sleep la his training quarters; don't let him spend any time whatever in female company. Keep your eyes on him night and day." Willie spoke his mind deliberately. "I'm In favor of that. If this is another Humpy Joo affair I'm to put one more notch in my and It looks llko a cub bear had chawed It already." "There ain't but ono thing to do," Stover announced, firmly. "We've got .to put it up to Mr. QIass and learn the gun-handl- e, "Mebbo ho nln't In good shape yet." Fresno sneered. "No, and he'll never get into good condition with those French Military Authorities Plan to Have Their Artillery Drawn Dwellers by Motor Trucks. IDEA In the Country Districts Also Take Part In the Enjoyment and convenient? Afforded by Machines. REAL ESTATE AS AN INVESTMENT CONSIDERED GOOD ONE Experiments Already Made 8eem to Demonstrate That It Is Entirely Feasible and Will Glva Army Much Better Service. Horses have been marked down for abolition from tho artillery service of the French 'army. Tho French, who claim to have the finest artillery in the world, have come to tho conclusion that better service can be obtained on the field with motor trucks than with teams of horses. Higher speed and greater mobility is assured with the use of motor vehicles, the degree of reliability is higher, tho number of men per gun Is less, and all possibility of a battery being rendered useless by a stampede of horses Is avoided. Experiments have been carried out for a considerable length of time and Buch satisfactory results have been obtained that it has been decided to make use of motors In place of horses for all tho regiments stationed in Africa. For tho time being mechanical traction is being used for tho heavy 220 millimeter guns, tho lighter arms still being served by horses. Orders have been placed with autofor special mobile manufacturers types of drive tractors and some of these have been put through their paces on the military grounds at Vlncennes, to the east of Paris. Tho program called for an ability to haul a load of 12 tons over any kind of ground on which horses could operate. Tho tractors took In tow a line of gun carriages and ammunition wagons, the first carriage bearing the 220 millimeter gun, and was called upon to haul it oyer every kind of ground on which horses had successfully ventured. Tho most severe tests consisted in taking the load up very stoop banks of soft earth forming the background to tho artillery firing ranges. The earth was either so soft or so muddy that there was very little grip for the wheels, yet all these tests were successfully accomplished. competition In tho the machines had to go through mud reaching to tho hub caps. Another test was the ability to get over the trunk of a big tree which had been laid across the track and pinned In position to prevent It being pushed out of the way by the wheels. This was also done successfully. Finally, there was an Immersion tost, the tractor being taken down the muddy river bank under its own power and run into the stream until Its wheels were entirely under water, the frame members Just being submerged. After remaining in this position for a little while, the machine was brought out under its own power. From Motor. four-wheel mud-pluggin- 'truth." "You'll find him in the directed Fresno. "I think I'll trail along and hear what ho has to say." bunk-house- ," To be continued Rheumatism Quickly Cured. of rheumatism In his arm," writes a well known resident of Newton, Iowa. "I ''gave him a bottle of Chamberlin's Liniment which he applied to his arm and "My sister's husband had an attack on the next morning the rheumatism wasfeone." For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlin's Liniment Sold by All Dealers. tbscribe Now On the Warpath. afternoon, Johnny!" said tho Le young lady visiting his mother's so in tho sweet causo of charity. iv don't you como to our Sunday lool? ' A lot of your little friends ivo Joined, and wo aro going to lave a lovely party." Johnny shook his head. Then ho sud- denly exclaimed: "Has a boy named Johnson, with. red hair, Joined yet?" "Yes, dear," said tho nice young lady, "and he seems to llko it. He's such a good little boy!" x"Huh! Is ho?" mutered Johnny. ;"Well, if he's there 111 come, too. I've been looking for him for three months, 'and never knew whero to find him be fore." FGood ' 'HUSBAND NAILED RUBBER ON GATES Wife so Weak and Nervous - Could Not Stand Least How Cured. Noise inford, Ala. "I was so weak and while passing through tho Change of Life that SSSbMual ' I could hardly live. BSSSSSJHeJjBSH My husband had to nail rubber on all the gates for I could not stand it to have a i People who live in cities and see tho automobiles whizz by aro apt to think of the machino as a luxury puro and simple and ono not to bo Indulged in unless thero Is plenty of spare funds to pay for it It is all tho more confusing then to go to tho country and find that thero, with nearly all classes and where wealth Is less frequent, the automobile Is regarded as a a pller-ua of profits In short, a necessity. Ten years ago tho farmer sniffed contemptuously at tho very mention of an automobile. Today, In proportion to population, more automobiles aro used in tho country than in tho city. Furthermore, while the motorcar may In most Instances remain a luxury to the urban dweller, tho people of tho rural districts are awakening more and more to tho fact that to them it is a convenience that adds a neat sum yearly to tho profit sido of their ledgers. It Is surprising to learn that even among poor farmers tho proportion 6f automobile owners Is increasing at a much more rapid rato than in the cities. Perhaps tho Investment may bo made in a cheap secondhand car, but even then it shows plainly tho trend toward tho uso of this modern Invention. As tho popularity of the automobile increased lovers and advocates of horses declared: "Well, horses will never bo discarded on tho farms; tho farmers couldn't get along without them." Yet tho farmer has learned, vastly quicker than tho city man, whero ho can get a return value out of a machine. Everywhere can this new condition of affairs bo found. It was first notlco-ablIn tho west, and then gradually made it way eastward. Figures from the New England states, Now York and Pennsylvania reveal tho rapidly growing use of tho automobile in tho country district. The far south has its quota, and even tho poorest sections of Virginia are getting well filled with machines. This waB shown during a recent trip to Virginia, when the Justice of the peace of a small village proudly declared: "You should be In our town toward tho end of the week. Then tho farmers from miles away come in here with their families in automobiles. I tell you, wo're getting to have a heap of cars around these .parts." money-maker, cost-reduce- r, Tho man who puts his money into real Ho can go to bed secure in tho knowledge that the earth, will bo there and that his property is protected by insurance. Put your money in homo ground whore you can watch your investment. es-ta- to There is none bettor. is safe. Write or ask Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. about, this beautiful home. PATRIOTIC Example MEN OF STETTIN p of German Thoroughness la, 8hown In Way the City Is Systematically Boomed. Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land inBreckenridgo county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for Igood living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridgo county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and the Ohio river. The peoplo are prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in the last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this ontire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your name and address'and wo will kcepj'ou in touch with our bargains. o In the city of Stettin, Germany, is aj unique society for the promotion of, the export trade. It was founded ln 1872, and weekly lectures aro given,, dealing with subjects of Interest to its members. A striking feature Is the granting of stipends to capable young men who desire to go abroad for training in foreign countries. An applicant for a stipend must have somo knowledge of tho English languago and of tho commercial languago of the country to which ho intends to go. Ho must also submit testimonials as to character and ability. Tho stipend is to bo largo enough to cover tho expenses of the Journey and to tide over a reasonable period of tlmo until employment can bo found. Tho maximum sum granted Is $3C0. Should tho recipient later find himself In a position to repay tho stipend to tho association, ho Is expected to do so. Ho must give his word of honor that ho will justify the confidence placed In him by making the best uso of his sojourn abroad In Increasing his knowl-edgand employing it in tho promotion of Stettin's trade. Ho is also obliged to make quarterly reports to tho association, In which ho relates his experiences abroad, describes trade conditions, gives details as to production and consumption, climate, exports and Imports, and especially how Stettin's trado with tho country can be promoted. o Wanted Small Farms We have a number ofiiiquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If you have a small farm well improved, good level land, list it with us tind we will do thejest. No. 1. A 10s Acres. 3 miles from It vltiKtun.on rural route. Good fr.imo dwelling; a rooms ami venuiOu: kooiI b.irn 3050; lenuit house; 13? acres under plow; 100 acres Kr.iss; In Hinder; well watered, cistern and Nacres 3j ponds. to f.0 bushols corn und VM pounds tobacco to ucre. Uood clover laud lays wavy to level location. Ideal ami In one of the best neighborhoods In the county. 1'rlce Si, 200; S.cash Terms on balance " 300 ucres 3 ti rv! A nearsamplojononillefromschoo -- Fine Home Farm Olen Nn 1 1 J'5 !lcros 1 uillo Kit of stone Dean; good, .strong lime soil, w itered by wells and springs, on good county road, near good school and churches. New tobacco barn coH 1,200, 3 stock b irus. pood tenant houses, line clover and grass fa nd. I'rlco ftl.100. I In ''" house. A H5 acres located I rnllo north of MeQuudy Price H cast yearly p ivments. INIn 1C J0 acres i'A miles from tlardtnt-ii- w. iii burg, county seat: well Improved; ono of the best farms lu the county. Price Nrk balance $4.000. UNABLE TO SEE THE JOKE Statesman, Forced to Admit He Could Not Read His Own Writing, Was Annoyed. Representative William C. Adam-son- , chairman of tho house commltteo on Interstato and foreign commerce, can perhaps claim tho record In the house for Illegible chlrography. He will admit that It Is sometimes impossible for him to read his own handwriting after It has grown cold. One day a client entered his law office at Carrollton, Ga., and handed him a letter. "Mr. Adamson," ho said, "I received that letter In tho mall yesterday and am unable to read It. I wish you would translate It for me." Mr. Adamson took tho letter, which was scrawled on a plain sheet of paper, and regarded It for a long timo. Then ho handed it back with tho remark: "That Is not writing. Somo lunatic has been trying to play a Joko on you." Straightway tho visitor handed Mr. Adamson tho printed envelope In which tho letter had been mailed. "This lottor evidently came from your office, Mr. Adamson; your namo Is printed on the envelope," ho said, mildly. acres; well Mr U Oood Stockdwelling;155stock barn. 3 improved l'arm. Grows wheat, tobacco, eorn, clover, iibd miles from Irvlueioii, on rural Kr.iss. I route. Tnls land Is a little rolling' but does not wasii Price right. Jno. I). Itabb.ih'e, Cioverport. Ivy. Heuutlfully located ono mile from isiu. A a live town. 100 acres practically u level land, unimproved; good 'eneliiK. Ideal spot for d ilry farm. Price reasonable. Write .1 no. I) II tbbi.k'e, Cloverport. Ky. nu. Mr 1U 59 Acres near Hums. Dwelling; barnSOtSd; log stable. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid with clay; well watered. Price SATO. M Nn 1 R wellAcres.ono mile from Harned: Improved: plenty of good S4.750. f!n t 1 water; S stock ft irns hJvilo and lv4S. Two-stodwelling, uni tenant house. Price ry 1J USED THE MOTOR FOR PUMP Delivery Wagon Kept a Cellar Dry During Flood In Wllkesbarre, Pennsylvania. Each spring the retail district of Wllkesbarre, Pa., prepares for the annual flood by removing all goods from cellars to upper floors. Then the mer chants sit down and wait patiently for tho waters to come and recede. This year a large department storo failed to Join In the general transfer, but invested In a simple centrifugal pump. The flood came according to schedule. As soon as tho water began to oozo Into the cellar the store force drove Its motor delivery wagon to tho front of the store, Jacked up one rear wheel and connected it with tho pump by a belt. Thon they started the motor. Thero wero a fow moments of anxiety before the car showed Its ability to pump tho water out faster than tho Hood scoped It In. Dut doubt vanished before tho demonstration had been at work a half hour, Tho crest of tho flood passed, leaving the cellar still dry. And tho waters receded without a cent of damago being done. A year ago it had cost tho storo $800 to transfer tho goods and havo tho cellar pumped out after tho flood was over. Tho members of the firm say that their motor easily paid for itself In the flood service alono. Helpful When Motoring. Ono often wishes to carry a dress 1O IMn xs fr'arm of 175 acres. 14 miles from Cloverport on Star Kouto; 140 acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwell. 19 acres located near OuUes. Ilan-isi- u. Ing; two good barns for tobacco and stock. cook county; acres under plow This Is u bargain. Write Jno. 0. Ilabbago for 78 acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; further particulars. is room dwellliu; barn 40x0; 40 a:res level, rest rolling. Uood land for tabicco. corn, Mr 70 l0i ucros ut Floral. Hancock county. Ky . l) miles West of wheat and clover. It Is u bargain at fl.sOO, isiu. 1500 cash, balance oasy payments. Ha4esvllle. Improvements dwelling 2 Tea int houses; 1 baro 50x&0; storo houso on O 1M acres; located on Henderson tho place, good stand for a store; good land isiu. x Koute, 1 mile east of I.odlburg; fortalncco. corn and wheat. Price J 1,050, 70 acres In pasture, 50 In timber; H cash. well dwelling; good barn and land. Price 31.600. watered; Umu-sto$9 OOn or 1B0 acres four from branch .p.,UUU aiondeane, 3 miles mllesiwestof 12 acres, good and luvol land. M acres in 11 vood barn; ull land cleared, well railroad; all fresh land; 100 produce cultivaIn tho best located; 3 miles from Irvlugton. Price 13.300 tion; 50 acrosund grass; will fn corn, wheat neighborhood; tobacco y .250 acres lying In a valley; & plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelljvt IA room dwelling and hall ; 2 tenant ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi houses, large tobacco barn; -- V miles South good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house. of Kirk, H mile from school, well watered, 3 Plenty of good timber for f.ivm purposes i good land to clear. Price 12.000 H cash. springs near barn; on IturalRoute. nv. j -0 aj live-roo- m no nu. nu. Home Again. t For a mild, easy action of the bowels, try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative. 25c at all stores. Adv. SONG OF THE AUTO. $1. The freedom of roads that go winding along had back Like ribbons of silver and sold, ache and a fullness gardens in my stomach. I By orchards and meadows and and woods, noticed that Lydia And rivulets crystalline cold; E. Pinkham's Vege And a fair panorama of villas and farms As the milestones away from you reel. table Compound was only a few or the pleasures that so advertised for such cases and I sent and Aro With the price of on automobile. good feot a bottle. It did me so much that I kept on taking it and found it to A rone on tho check, and a song In the heart. Le all you claim. I recommend your An eye that is steady and clear, Compound to all women attlicted as i An appetite equal to pickles and pie Without a gastronomic fear; vas.' Mrs. F. P. Mullendoke, A spirit at peace and In tune with the Alabama. world. And nerves that are tempered to An Honest Dependable Meiliclno Are some of the pleasures of health steel. that you get is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Combuying an automobile. "When pound. A Root and Herb medicine originated nearly forty years ago by Lydia The hqnk of the horn has a magical noto E. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass., for conThat charmsi all your troubles away, And the hum of tho motor Invites you to trolling female, ills. go Its wonderful success in this line has Where the blossoms and birds are at made it the safest and most dependable play. medicine of the age for women and no There Is somewhere a racy new model of speed woman suffering from female ills does my on justice who dooa not give it a SoAwaiting your hand and the wheel.we'll go together put on hat ' trial. And purchase an automobile. gate slam. "I alsb mTwP Dear Mr. Babbatre: Enclosed find Please send me the Breckenridge Card Of Thanks. News. I can hardly do without it. I have gotten back to my old home where Mrs. Bettie Sprndlin and family exeverything is quiet and lovely. No press their appreciation of friends who noisb except the songs of the whippoor-wil- l and other birds. T. II. Keennni were so kind during the sickness and Free, Ky. death of husband and father. The family especially thanks Dr. Nevltt for his untiring efforts and splendid service. Now Mun-for- d, Dut Mr. Adamson's remarks wero not mild; in fact, they have been tho record. Washington QUININEAND Star. Subscribe Right IRON-TH- E MOST RELIEVES PAIN TONIC AND REALS Subscribe today. Profits. M. Emporour shows what huge fortunes havo been mado by running licensed gambling tables. Three brothers who ran for 30 years tho casinos s and Pau of Cotyerg. 30,000,000 storllng. One have netted of them was a coachman, another a cook and the third ono a groom. Tho present lesseo of tho gambling tables of the Bollevuo and Municipal casinos of Biarritz Is a former publio houso keeper. He clears 80,000 a year and 1,200,000. At a small cais worth sino like that of Dlnan, the lessee, a former cafe waiter, still quite a young 80,000. Paris Let-ta- r man, haBput by to London Truth. Gambling Alxles-Balno- EFFECTUAL GENERAL AT THE SAME TIME Grove's Tastelesj chill Tonic Combines both The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's. Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives Surgical Dressing discovered by an out Malaria and the Iron builds up Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood the System. For Adults and Poisoning. Children. krlf If you have the slightest doubt tkt Lydia E. Pinkham's will uelpyoutwrite Vugeta-MCotuM)UBd , rl Lyn,MaM.,forftd-Yio- e. o4e-tl- l) Your letter will be opened, amd answered by, a woman. ydla E.PlakhamMedicineCo. L d held la striet oonlldeuce. hut when taking a long motoring trip. How to do this without a largo bat box la often a problem. Make a large square bag out of paper muslin the color of the lining of your auto, into Minna Irving, In Leslie's. this put your hat, and pin it over your head to the lining of the auto Had One Already. by all four corners. In this way tho "I should think you would get you hat will ride easily, will not crush or catch the dust and is out of the way, a nice runabout" "I've got one. She's In this store besides being out of sight of Belsotlng a hat right now." Thousands of families know it already,, You know what you arc taking when you take GROVE'S TASTKLKSS chill and a trial will convince you that DR. TONIC, recognized for 30 years through- PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING-OIis the most wonderful remedy ever out the South as the standard Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy and General discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids, the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and. taste the bitter because the ingredients all wounds and external diseases whether do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis- slight or serious. Continually people are solve readily in the acids of the stomach. Lfiuding new uses for this famous old. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist Wemeanit. 25c, 60c, $1.00 it. 50c. There is Only One "I1ROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE 11ROMO QUININE Look (or signature ot a. w . UKUvrj on every oox. uures a com lu uae Day. Z&e. ''"Wi rr vr ' "WJHPW?' 'V'" iywiT wt 0 If We Please You, Tell Others; If Not, Tell Us. Irvington Hardware (Si Implement Co. !' ' fc' irl) rv V Salt, Lime, Cement Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, Builders' Hardware, Building Material, We have on display the largest and most complete line of Buggies and Surries ever shown in this part of the State and our prices range from $30.00 to $125.00. Within the reach of all. We have the often tried makes, such as the Genuine Geo. Delker, Parry & Studebaber. We guarantee our buggies as represented ami stand back of the guarantee Don't make the mistake of buying elsewhere until you look over our line. We also have a big line of Harness, Whips and Lap Robes. STOP! LOOK! i LISTEN! Paint, Varnish, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll Don't forget we are headquarters for Paints, Oils, Etc. Mastic Paint, Fix-a-ll for Furniture and Floors; Admont Floor Paint, Johnson Uuderlac and Floor Wax. Also Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Fiberoid Flooring, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Etc. OUR SPECIALTIES:-Americ- an Chlnaware, Mattings, Rngs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook Fence, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention Special, Flying Dutchman Corn Planters at Cost Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Seeds STEPHENSPORT. Rev. Jones filled his regular appointment in the Baptist Church here Sunday. Miss Sue K. Frymire is the guest of Mrs. K. A. Kissam. Mr. and Mrs. WicklifTe Stewart, of JSvansvillc, were the guests of Mrs. G. W. Payne Monday and returned to their home in Kvansville Tuesday. J We are glad to hear that E. A. Kissam Is improving after a severe illness in Ark. s Mrs. Susan Allen letumed from Monday after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hade Ammonsof Amnions, Ky. Mrs. Katha Dowcll, of Sample, was in town Monday shopping and was the dinner guest of Mrs. G. W. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Ilaswell and daughter, of Hardinsburg, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. h. I). Fox. Mrs. Annie Dickinan, of Sample, was the guest of Mrs. T. G. Morgan Sunday. Miss I,ula Hardesty, of Derby, was the guest of her cousin Mrs. II. A. Dutschke last week, enroute to Minnesota. Mr. Harvey Knglish was in Hardins-bur- s Monday. Am-inon- VOTE TOR Swat v 't THE OLD RELIABLE M w$X BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL-SAVIN- GS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposit Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 5 FISCIAL COURT 4 NO. 3 ttawtsSSESSSQcjsSSsaS&SSl continued from page CLOVERl'OKT Miss Grace Taylor Driskell entertained a crowd of young folks Monday evening, at her home.- - Everyone reports a good time. Judge, F. T. Heyser Judge, L. L. Mitchell Sheriff. E.N. Taul Clerk, D, H. Severs CLOVERPOKT NO. 3 3 CO 2 00 3 60 2 00 2 00 Don't Be Like a Peacock! Ik to When you look at your feet your feathers fall. We can prevent you this embarasement with our SSoSffig Judge, Marion McGavock.... Judge, J. E. Black Sheriff, H. H. Hinton Clerk, L Smith nALLTOWN 3 00 3 60 2 00 Specially Attractive Footwear The Telltale Tick of Time Everything in its season holds good throughout nature. This is the season for Snipes and nud they have returned to us once more. They have long legs for wading into the water in qucht of food, and this is a Kil-dees Judge, I.J. Keenan Judge, W. B. Taul Sheriff, T. N. Hawkins.' Clerk, T. N. Bates STEPHENSPORT 3 40 2 00 3 40 2 00 3 60 I For Men Fit, For Women Oxfords, Pumps, Slippers, in Patent, Tans, Gun Met- i Shoes That I Shoes That Wear, Shoes That Look Well. wise provision. Hut this Kildee type of Horse and Mule so numerous in this section, cannot take their food from the water, and their owners are growing very tired supplying it irom tne cnii. The demand now is for horses and mules with heavy bodies and short, strong legs. The I'ercheron cross that we give you will cut the legs off and add two or three hundred pounds to the body, and give a kind work disposition. "Hit Chewing, '"Tail Switching," and "Karth IJawiug" is not in our kind. Come and see for yourself. Hut everything in its season as we said in the outset and according to that this is Sl1tv Dix FOR Judge, Jas. T. Bashamv Judge, Jesse Miller Sheriff, A. V. Whitworth Clerk, R. H. Bennett UNION STAR als and White. 3 60 3 CO 2 00 4 10 2 00 4 40 2 00 2 5 5 2 00 20 20 00 Judge, R. M. Cart Judge, J.H. Avitt Sheriff, J. M. Rollins Clerk, Horace McCoy MOOLEYVILLE White, Tan and Black. Common sense heel, broad tailored effects for girls and boys. Children's Shoes NEW SHIPMENT OF MILLINERY Lovely now shapes and trimmings j'ust received. out, had to order more. Wo sold County Judge Democratic Candidate PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 2 Archie McKaughan is much improved at this writing. Cold water, a little lard lexs than with ordinarv flour nnl a hot ntcve is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per ceut on vour bread bill. Try it Judge, G. B. Cunningham.... Judge, H. G. Vessels. ...'..... Sheriff, Jno. R. Ray Clerk, E. F. Evart WEBSTER Judge, R. D. StClair Judge, A. J. Dye Sheriff, Berry Norton Clerkj P. R. Claycomb IRVINGTON 3 60 2 00 3 60 2 00 2 00 I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. General Merchandise . Corn Planting' Time first-class If you have trouble in getting a stand of corn and making 60 bushels per acre, perhaps we cuii help you out. It'h no trouble if you have reasonably good laud, prepare it well and cultivate lnlelligoutly. It's the good seed that we want to speak of here, for selling seed com is a part of our business. Only one variety on the farm, ''Uoone County White." And it's bound to be Kood, for every single ear is tested by "Holdeus" test method that insures a I Cure for Stomach Disorders. strong germ and makes the plant in the hill equal strength so that they come up Disorders of the stomach mav be and go 011 to maturity together. Hence avoided by the use of Chamberlin's the increased yield per acre. Planted right, replanting and thiuing Tablets. Many remarkable cures have is almost dispensed with. We have two been effected by these tablets. Sold by disinterested and competent men in All Dealers. charge of our seed corn department. They must protect our reputation, and Loved Honour More. hence are bound to serve you honestly. A clever little English girl, who in $3.50 jer bushel no charge for bags. 1'igure it. One bushel of tested seed slated that she might spell "honor" so. plants two acres more than untested seed. loved she not "honour" more, had Saves cost of replanting and thiuing, in- fallen among Americans and was becreases the yield from 5 to 15 bushels per ing quizzed by her companions about acre over untested seed, and is satisfac- her manner ot spelling that good word tory every time you look at the crop. and others like It, We can fill hurry orders. "And do you spell 'behaviour' with The wont casei, no nutter of bow long standing, are cured by (he wonderful, old reliable Ut. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Pain and Ueals at the same time. 36c, 60c, J LOO. Judge, E. L. Bennett Judge, D. W, Henry English Contests in London. It Is Interesting to compare the Eng- Sheriff, J. B. Herndon'. lishman's idea ot what a motor car Clerk, E. B. Smith BEWLEYVILLE should stand up under with that ot an American. The English have got a Judge, C. H. Drury, great deal ot pleasuro out ot the rac- Judgr, Chas. Ul&nford ing held at the Drlghton track. ReW. W. Keith cently they have taken up a new torm Sheriff, Clerk, M.P.Payne of motor car endurance. The Royal BIO SPRING Automobllo club of England r6cently high- Judge, U. C. Martin , .. held what they call "A speed contest" through the crowded Judge, W. J. Miller streets of London. A wire was re- Sheriff. W. T. Norrls ceived from the London dealer ot the Clerk, N. B. Board ..Paige car that the entire run was CUSTER1 mado In a Paige car without beUg '.. Judge, W. H. Tinius penalized a single point Judge, C. Alexander Sheriff, J. W.Trent Gores Old Sortt, otter nineties Won't Core Clerk, W. P. Roraine.... "..... non-sto- 4 40 4 4d 2 00 2 00 4 3O 4 30 2 00 2 00 5 20 5 20 2 00 Wool Wanted! Highest Market Price ED. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky.. HI - 430 2 00 4 30 2 00 2 00 4 60 4 60 2 00 3 00 2 00 ' HUDSON Dr. TJ7" she was asked, world." P. W, F00I1 & Son, the "Oh, yes," she replied. "My mother "Why not?" would not think it was good behaviour "Because his first work is apt Farm Two Allies South of to spell it without the V." his last" IrvlHglOH, Ky. His Drawback. "It la a wonder that a Bhoemaker ever succeeds in getting on in the to, Judge, Mc. H. Qulggins...... Judge, D. D. Carter Sheriff, D. J. Qulggins Clerk, J. C. Gregory MOOK McDANISLS Judge, W. J. Ballman........ Judge, D. P. Galloway. ....... be Sheriff, P, M. Tucker...!.... Clerk, Homer Pile Judge. J W. Storms Judge, Joe Glasscock. . Sheriff, J. W. Carwile Clerk, H. A. Cannon Judge, C. L. Fisher. Judge, J. H. Rebarkw t ....... 2 00 Sheriff, W, W. Baxter Clerk, R. M. Basham OLEN DEAN 3 4 40 4 40 Judge, 2 00 4M 3 00 BOOKVALR ' 3 2 00 2 00 3. A. Whlttlnghill..., Judge, W. R. Moorman, Jr. . . Sheriff, W. C.Kane ueric, k. a. Moorman. ...... 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