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The Breckenridge news: May 21, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913052101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 21, 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. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Vat. iL AL ,. THE NEWS tHAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 46 XXXVII CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1913. The iSHf RDINSBURG FIRE BRINGS $75,000 LOSS hole Business Square Is Wiped Out by the Flames-Bro- TO CITIZENS relief to them and helped get the flre under control. BHm.' 'JIHbltT aft .tear 3fi??SBk ft HHt) 9HSS 1 JfffflH mBm ke Out In Have No Bakery-Kinch-e- loes 000 B. F. llll EH v Insurance-Oth- ers their store In the City Beard & Company opened Hall.- Lose Heavily. ' 000 Jas. Gardner will rebuild. IBeft && j K xjHhHBmHShHwBES9& w3RN98lrBBHBBBNf wjrji 000 ARE BEING MADE. Lester Pool, living in theJCox prop erty, lost nearly all his household goods. RlMNS FOR REBUILDING 000 The Cumberland Telephone The fire at Hardinsburg last Wednesday morning is estimated at was put out of business for Company four hours y only. Their loss was $2,300. fr. Lina Wof $75,000, with insurance .of $36,000. It originated in about 4:30 o'clock, and by 5 o'clock it was under control. coln got the lines in order by 10 o'clock. Mr. Jaboc, the district man "Men. women and children all worked had to check the fire. Only Walk-c'i!bker- f&Whomes burned, all the other houses being business stores and oscee. The patn or tne nre went in u n.iuuKio num .jUOiu4u a Methodist church, and from there to Hook's residence. The Church saved many other buildings. to-th- e P. m -- List of Losses. E. McDavis Grocery Store. $1,000 00 Valued No Insurance. Kincheloe's Upper Drug Store-Sa- ved stock No Insurance. S B. F. Beard & Co., Loss $30,000 00 23,000 00 ' .Insurance Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company Building. $3,s00 00 Insurance fully covered, Bert McGary, Home. 't $1,000 00 surance. . J. H. Lennon, Dwelling. $1,500 00 surance. t Guthrie surance. H. Gardner building and stock. $2,500 00 Building. $4,1300 00 lue a Insurance. incheloe Pharmacy Building and -- Value $4,5W w ir?nce. frfc Building Value $6,500 00. 3,000 CO ce th District Xjeauer omce. surance. $4,500 00 00 $3,500 Walker Loss i,sw irance cer& Mercer, Law office 2,500 w 00 ranee W. A. Walker Dental haw w office. $500 00 wurance. Shellman i Loss in building and i enn no itMvaace m -- ""' i.vw w 4JBPkHas,welliSr:, low'Jn Jlarneis akd addlerrand Gro-l- f, '.' ' '. t ' el JTeiff-Dim- atri ... it to mock build- JS.OOOOO 1J400 00 ana g Ho Insurance. ' $500 00 J '" t ager, of Owensb'oro, went to HardinsHardinsburg Fire Scene. The Most That Was Loft Across burg on the morning train and trot the L'lioto by Brabandt exchange on its feet by afternoon. Mr. Jaboo says the telephone is the most marvelous service of the commercial his claim in full on the 16th, Inst., be- i4McCUBBINS world and it rarely ever fails to ' be tnft tha illt ...m Llbl&QIJ1 UUb .VII. btlb nA (TH3 ready to answer every call. Men do Farmers Bank Damage to build- not hesitate, who know the value of Card of Thanks body $250 00 the line, to pay $18 and $25 for a mesing From Hardinsburg Citizens Dies In California-H- is bank sage. Their results pay them. Covered by insurance. This Brought Home For Burial. The citizens of Hardinsburg appresaved the Court House. 000 ciate very much the expressions of Interment in Hill CemMrs. Crouchle Heston Damage to Records of the Breckinridge Lodge sympathy and good willt assistance and $000 00 buildings, No. 67, chartered in 1821, and signed by offers of assistance, received from our etery No Insurance. Henry Clay Grand Master, and the rec- neighbors in the country and neighborT.C. Lewis, damage to stock, $200 00 ords of every meeting since 182 1, and an ing towns. We especially appreciate Stephensport May lg Special L. B. No Insurance. old Bible were all burned. the quick grasp of the situation by Mr. McCubbins formerly of this place died $200 00 M. E. church Damage, Henslev in his rushing of a special at his home in National City, California 000 Covered by Insurance. train of his employees and citizens of Sunday morning May 11th. His death Those who will rebuild: B F. Beard R. B. Cox, residence, loss $l,O0J 00 &Co., Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Irvlngton, fresh, ready for work and was due to creeping paralysis. He was No Insurance. Co., Mrs. Bert McGary, J. H. Gardner armed with buckets. It was unques- 39 years old. He had been in failing Thornton Smith, residence owned and Kincheloe Pharmacy. Location of tionably their timely arrival which health for sometime and it was decided $400 00 by B. F Beard Loss saved a large section of our town from to have him brought back to his old those who Jubal Hook Small stock of gro- - Gardner in were burned out: J. H. destruction. Committee. home. Dr. G. E. Shively was sent to Hensley's warehouse, B F $300 00 caries, accompany him but he had passed away Beard & Co. in City Hall, Bank of No insurance. Insurance Companies. before the Dr. arrived. Hardinsburg & Trust-Coin the sherAllen Kincheloe -- Damage to law His remains were brought here Friiff's office, E. McDavis in Farmers The following Fire Insurance Compa$100 00 office Bank, Kincheloe Pharmacy in part of nies were represented at the Hardins- day, The funeral was conducted by No insurance. Rev. W. F. Jones in the Baptist Church. Teaff's store, Claud Mercer's office with burg fire: J. R. Eskridge, Cumberland Telephone Hartford Fire Insurance Co , of Hart Interment was in the Hill Cemetery. Fire Notes. He leaves a devoted wife and daughCo., in Farmers Bank, Dr. W.A. Walk- ford, Conn , National Fire Insurance er, In Allen Kincheloe's, Haswell's Co., of Hartford, Conn., Aetna Fire In ter, a mother and two sisters, Mrs. M. Grocery in a tent, and Walker's Bak- surance Co., of Hartford, Conn., Niagara A. McCubbins and Mrs. L. D. Fox of "It could have been so much worse," ery will be located soon. Ten stores, Fire Insurance Co., of New York, Nor- this place and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell, of Weren't we fortunate, "Not so bad as one bank and three dwellings were wich Union Fire Insurance Society Hardinsburg. He was a devoted chrisCloverport," and' other remarks of burned. Some say it was a $150,000 Limited, of Norwich, New York Under- tian, kind hearted and obliging. Many cheer and thankfulness could be heard fire. Several did not carry any insur- writers Agency, of New York, Fire beautiful flowers were sent by friends all day Wednesday while the bricks ance Every carpenter and workman man's Fund Insurance Co., Liverpool & and brought to the home by neighbors. The grave covering was beautiful. We from the wall at Beard's kept falling fn. town are busy. Hope soon to have London & Globe. in lots of three and four all day. This all cleaned up. was written by extend our sympathy to his mother and The entire insurance large, brick wall vas built agains Paul Compton, of Hardinsburg, Ky., sisters and his bereaved wife and daughwhich they Beard'u store as a fire protection, and Dr. Royalty had the worst looking who represents these as well as a num- ter in the great trial through have passed. May their trust in the purpose in saving the wreck in his office in the Fanners Bank ber of other good Companies. it served its Lord grow stronger and may they look Methodist church. you ever saw. His damage was about forward with bright hopes to the time Card of Thanks. $300. It was fully covered by insurance. 000 when they will be restored to the loved We take this means of thanking our one who is not dead but present with George Riley Hook saved the MethInsure with Paul Compton, friends for their heroic work of saving the Lord. odist church and a purse of $25 was our stock of goods from the disastrous Those who attended the funeral from Hardinsburg, Ky. given him for his heroic work. fire of last Wednesday. a distance were Mrs. Dr. Walker, Mrs. Respectfully, 000 Godfrey Haswell and daughter, Misses Kincheloe's Pharmacy, Jennie, Bettie and Ruth Kincheloe, Walter R. Hensley, master of trams, First Loss Paid. Hardinsburg, Ky. Messrs Robt. Haswell, Llndsy Kincheloe had a special seat out" from Irvlngton A. R. Kincheloe, Hardinsburg; Mr. Tne Aetna insurance uomDanv. reD- as soon as the fire alarm was heard, t and Mrs. Coleman Payne, Harned. men reached the county resented by Paul Compton, Hardlns and RAYMOND eat whea they were most needed. burg, Ky. , was the first to pay loss The Hardinsburg people were worn caused by fire on the 14th, Inst. They Daughter of A Soldier of the Rev out and the Irvlngton men were a great paid John P. Haswell, Sr., $1400.00, olution Has Visitors Sunday. Mrs. Amos Mattingly, of Payneville, spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother H, M. Claycomb. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hendrick and Miss Louella Black has been visiting daughter, Miss Annie Hendrick. came relatives near Union Star for the past to see his aunt, Mrs. Willie Pate of week. this city Sunday. Mrs. Pate Is ninety-si- x Messrs. Henry Eright, of Appleton years old. Her father was in the City, Mo., and James Cashman, of Union Revolutionary War and It is supposed Star spent part of last week here as the that she Js the only daughter of a solguest of their nephew Jess Cashman. dier in that war now living. She is in Floy, the little son of W. C. Philpot good health and a remarkab!e?wotnan. happened to bad luck last week by falling out of a tree and breaking his arm. Miss Flora Smith Dead. We are glad to report him doing nicely at this writing. . . Mrs. Glen Macy and son Hobert were ! A telegram announcing the death of in Irvington last Thursday shopping. Miss Flora Smith was received SaturA.. g..'T'a iHMEBKnnflHHMIT''rf-riMr. and Mrs. Johnnie Avitt attended day. She underwent an operation a the ball anie at Rhodelia last Saturday. week ago at Brazil, Ind., which re" m v. a .ikj .vfl .. Joseph Claycomb is real sick af pneu- sulted in her death. She was the sister " of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Isom, of .this monia at this writing. place. Her friends are distressed, and Little Hobert Coomes spent the past 3 the sad news greatly shocked them. week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Norton. Sunday School Convention. Mrs. Wm. Channel has been spending The CountyJSunday School Convention several days at Wetdon visiting his sous k""1 Hi .. meets at Hardinsburg Friday May 30. !ii Carlt and Lawrence. u . 5 A, The.e will be two State workers present. Remember the "Old School Program next week. n4-tMl.- From the Court House. LB. SPLENDID NEW BURNED Bank of Hardinsburg And Trust Company Let Out Contract Before Ruined Walls Got Cold Will Have a Home to Meet Their Convenience. READY FOR BUSINESS. The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company had the vision of their handsome new building while the old one was being wrapped in flames. And before the walls were cold, plans were discussed for their new home. The contract has already been let for a handsome two story pressed brick building. Every convenience, water and lights, and all banking equipments will the be installed. The Bank will not lose a dollar which speaks for the Company's foresight in its own business as well as in those intrusted to it by its large patronage. When Mr. Morris Beard, the president, saw the bank would burn the safe was .set up three days ahead and left in perfect confidence. Mr. Paul Compton, the Cashier, went to Irvington Wednes day to receive money from Louisville and the Company was opened for busi ness the next morning in the Sheriff's office of the Court House. Mr. Comp ton said Wednesday, "We will have, one, if not the best equipped banks in Kentucky," and Mr. Beard said, "We will have the room and conveniences that our business has been demanding, for some time. . Notice Knights of Pythias. The Memorial Service of Breckenridge Lodge No. 61, will be held Sunday afternoon June 1st. Members will meet at K.of P. hall at one o'clock and march in a body to the cemetery. All that possibly can are requested to bring; flowers to the hall. Yours in F. C. and B. S. P. Conrad. C. W. Hamman, J. M. Gregory, Committee. h fifty-eigh- vr Two OuVpf'Thirly-on- e Pass In Examination. Mei rn2 - N4& U. . . "T . In the examination for the county High School diploma Miss Helen Miller made an average of 81 and Mr. which Stuart Babbage89 and passed them. There were thirty-on- e who took the examination. Forrest Weatherholt was the only one of the twenty-nin- e who' made an average of 80. He made 81 but failed la civics. two-tenths eight-tenth- s, Underwent Operation. to by Brabandt Hardiusburg Fire $oeoe. Looking at the ashes. Hiuse Hill" with a cash donation fir thi CencnU Walk. $3 Mrs. Raymond May was operated on at Dr, Simons, infirmary Friday morning. Her friends ate glad, to know mr Louisville Evening Post that she stood the operation well and 111 and Breckenridge piews is getting along U right V w one year (3.50. ji H SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMET Read it Carefully; It is a Proposition Very Rarely Offered. We ate Going to Quit Business In Stephensport! Where for over sale as a whole. and with a 12 years we carried on successfully, and now offer our entire stock, fixtures and properties for te established, business, This is an exceptional opportunity for a party to enter into a first-clas- s, up-to-da- first-cla- ss selected stock of Notions, Hats, Shoes, Groceries Clothing, Dry Goods, Furnishings, Hardware, in short, everything from the "Cradle to the Coffin" at original cost. Meantime we will close out at retail at sacrificing prices, and give our customers and friends an opportunity to buy the greatest bargains they ever bought. Do not wait 'till tomorrow Come today, if you wish to save dollars and cents, as we may sell stock, stand and all as a whole to one party. SPECIAL NOTICE: We wish to ask those who have open accounts on our books to call and settle up. Please bear in mind, no more bills will be charged and only cash or produce will buy the goods. In conclusion, ' we thank the good people of this and adjoining counties for their patronage so liberally extended us. w. J. SCHOPP, Stephensport, Ky. Ilardinsburpr, Ky., May 9, 1913. April 29 : j 500 00 Bond No. J, held by Bank of llardinsburg & Trust Co., due April 29 500 00 Bond No. K, held by Bank of llardinsburg & Trust Co., due ' ' April 29 500 00 ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE VOTERS OF UKECKENKIDGE COUNTY: For reasons satisfactory to myself, and which I consider to the best interests of the Democratic party, I hereby withdraw as a candidate for County Judge and announce myself as a candidate for Sheritl of Breckenridge county. While I am well known to many of the people of my county, I take this occasion to remind you that whatever success I have attained as a business man, has been by my own I was one of twenty-on- e cd'orts and by ceaseless toil and approved business methods. of an honest and honorable, but poor, father. As a country boy, I bought a $100.00 children second-han- d saw mill, and, by self denial and continued effort, finally got a stare and engaged 1 sold out a year ago and since have been in the general milling business, in llardinsburg. endeavoring to round up my business. I have always extended credit to those worth', and have tried to be a useful man in the community. I am one of a largo family of Democrats and we always do our party duty. While I have never asked anything of my party, 1 have always had my shoulder to the wheel, when I was needed, and have contributed liberally of my time and means in all campaigns. If you nominate and elect me, I feel that I would be in position to giyo you a good business administration of the affairs of my oflice, and would bo able to collect 'and pay over the taxes with less distress to the man of small means than almost anyone else. 'A IUioiness Administration of County Affairs" should be the Democratic platform, 1 r. Wool Wanted! Highest Market Price ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. Total amount outstanding... 51O695 co Recapitulation of bonded indebtedness of Breckeuridge county, Ky. Bridge bonds outstanding and unpaid 5735 SO Commissioners of Sinking fund 2S00 00 bonds outstanding General expense bond outstand ing 10695 40 Total bonded indebtedness.$l9,231 20 tED. All of which is respectfully submitted think. Respectfully submitted, X. FISCAL COURT. Continued from Inst Week. Bridge bonds outstanding and unpaid. Bond No. 27 held by Margaret A. Hook, due July 7, 1910...$ 500 00 Bond No. 28 held by Margaret 5OO 00 A. Hook, due July 7, 1910 Bond No. 29 held by Mrs. Alice Crawford, due July 7, 1912... 5OO 00 Bond No. 32 helil by Mrs. Nor- J. HOOK Bond held by Mrs. A. M. Ksk- - held by Julius Dutschke, due Oct. 10, 1914 Bond No. 46 held by J. B. Gib-sogdn., due Oct. 8, 1914... 5OO 00 n, ridge Bond held by Mrs. J. ;.,,,. IS. Kinch- - 104O Oo ton, due July 7, 1911 500 00 Bond No. 33 held by Mm, Margaret A. Hook, due July 7, 1912 500 00 n H Bond No. 31 held by Mrs. Wm. Allen, due July 7, 1913 427 60 Bond No. 4O held by Jno. Gib5OO 00 son, gdn, due Oct. 8; 1911 Bond No. 41 payable to The Bank of llardinsburg & Trust Co,, (name of holder is unknown,) due Oct. 8, 1912.... 5OO 00 Bond No. 43 "eld by J. B. Gibson, gdn., due Oct. 8, 1912... 5OO 00 Bond No. 42 held by Julius Dntschke, due Oct. 8, I913... 5O0 oO Bond No. 44 "eld by Junius Dutschke, and bond No. 45, eloe 260 Bond held by The Bank of llarTotal amount outstanding.... J5735 80 dinsburg & Trust Co 1000 (none of the above mentioned The above bonds bear interest from bonds carry numbers). date at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum payable annually. Payable at the Bank Bond No. A, held by Isaac Norton of llardinsburg & Trust Co., llardins500 Bond No. B, held by C. II. Mat-tingburg, Ky. 1000 Commissioner's Bonds outstanding and unpaid, as shown by former report: Bond No. C, held by C. M. lies-to- n ......7, Bond No. 3 held by Jno. Gibson 295 1OO0 00 Bond No. K, held by Esther and due Feb. 28, 192 600 FannicMcGary Bond No. 14 held by Mrs. Bertha McGary.due Mar. 30, i9o9 3OO 00 Bond No. C, held by Isaac Norton, due April 20, 1913 Bond held by Mary E. Barnes, 500 due Jan. 3O, 1907 50000 Bond No. D, held by Isaac Norton, due April 29, 1913 5O0 Bond held by Isaac Norton, due 5OO 00 Bond No. K, held by D. C. . Feb. 1, 19O7 Moorman, due April 29, 1913. 1000 Bond held by II. I. Gibson, due Bond No. F, held by D. C. 5O0 00 Feb. 1, 1906 Moorman, due April'lit), 1913. looo Total $2800 00 Bond No. G, held by D. C. Moorman, due April , 1913. 1000 All the above bonds are past due and unpaid, but no demands have been Bond No. II, held hyj Bank of llardinsburg & Trust Co.,' due made by the holders of same for payApril 29 . ment. 300 General Expense Bonds outstanding Bond No. I, held by Bank of flllardlnsburg & Tust Co., due and unpaid; 3OS 2(1 ly 00 00 00 00 50 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 this the first day of April, 1913. G. D. Shellmbn, Commissioner of Taxes for Brecken-ridg- e county, Ky. appearing to the court that the It former commissioner, Milt Whitworth, appointed by this court to confer and act with the Grayson County Commis sioner as required by law, has died. It is now ordered by the court that Pal Garner be and he is hereby appointed to act with the Commissioner of Grayson county and for Breckenridge as provided by law and authorized by former orders of this court. Claim of Dr. J. E. Kincheloe presented and allowed for $51 35 vaccine points Claim of Thomas Pleasant presented and allowed for guard service in small pox epidemic 8 00 Claim of B. A.. Whittinghllt presented and allowed for holding inquest over the body 7 50 ofW.W. Leach Clalrr of Pat Sheeran, presented and allowed, for 'coal furn ished the county I9 5O Claim of A. R. Kincheloe, salary as Railroad Commissioner to be paid out of railroad 50 00 tax fund Moved by Squire S. P. Drury and seconded by Squire G. A. Wright, that court adjourn and reconvene next week, giving the Magistrates in each district time to consider and look into the delinquent list from each district, which motion being put, lost. On motion of Squire B, A. Whittidg-hll- l, seconded by Squire D. J. Quiggins, it is ordered that H. M, Beard be and he is ordered to all the mortgages ia the County Clerk's office of Breckenridge county la the sane manner as deeds are cross indexed now, to be approved by the Fiscal Court, aad cross-Inde- x for such work he is to receive $100, naught, and moved its adoption secdnd which was objected to by J. R. Esk-rldg- e, ed by bquire B. A. Whittinghlll and th undertaking to elect a County Treasurer it was first necessary for this court to consider, discuis and vote on the necessity and advisability of creating or establishing such an .office, and that no power except this court can determine this position. Now in order that we may proceed regularly and legally, It is ordered that the order under which we under toek to elect a County Treasurer aa above set out be reeeladed, reveked aad held far loe the Commissioner for the R district, is ordered and directed s. to Paul Compton, Treasurer-el- e funds in his hands upon his qu Therefore be' it resolved, by this court tion. Upon motion of Squire Di that we rescind and revoke and hold seconded by Squire Harris, said for naught our action an yesterday for is made the order of this court. the reason that we are now of the opinUpon motion of Squire Whittia ion from an examination of the Statutes seconded by Squire Quiggins, wh and decisions under the same, that we motion carried, it is ordered thatjt did not proceed regularly and did pro- salary of Paul Corapton, County Tr ceed irregular and Illegally, in as much urer, be and the same is fixed as we are now of the opinion from read- sum of $'250 per annum, payable quar. ing the decision of the court of Appeals terly, construing this Statute in the case of Moved hv Sntllrn Harris, fieonnlul Vuri ,. . 7' . Bath Company ex rel Brown vs. Daugh- squire jjix, tnat the amount ef. t 9 terly 6s S. W. page 436, and from read- bond of the County Treasurer hiretOi ing 03S of the Kentucky Statutes we are fore fixed in the sum of $50,000. be now convinced that before electing or reduced and fixed in the peaal sum at-tb- a county attorney, for the reason it was not let to the lowest bidder, and was not necessary to go back further than 15 years. Squire S. H. Dix voted nay, because it wasn't In the latest im proved style and let to the lowest bid. Came Justice G. A. Wright and offered the following resolution viz : wnereas, it appears tnat on yester day, (April 1. IOI3), this court under took to elect a County Treasurer for Breckenridge county, and whereas", it seems that the County Judge was mV taken as to his and our duties in the premises, and through him and others, we were misinformed as to our privileges, powers' and duties in the prem-ise- vote being taken the resolution wa declared lost. It is ordered by the Court that the position of Commissioner and Receiver of Breckinridge County be and the same is hereby abolished, and G. D. Shell- Com'r Rec' of Breckinridge County ordered and directed to pay intfl tb hands of Paul Corapton, treasu tect r upon his qualification all fun ha.nds. It is further ordered that the of Commissioner and Receiver R. R. tax district be and the hereby abolished, and Allen R, 4u,uw, sam motion ueing voted the ottfof court. This day came Dennle S sheriff, and S, W. Bassett. C. A. er, R. O. Perkins and A. T. Beard, deputies, who after being daly accoruing 10 scatute, turaea tatefa presented to court their Um quests for the year of 1919, as was carried and is made A ! Continued oa Page 7 Mail Orders T Fill-wit- h JrM -- Sl TE 'w Promptness and IBACONasoH INCORPORATED Railroad Fares funded to Out-of-Tow- Ren Customers all Year Round 4th Avenue and Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Farmers Bank Building But for the flro resisting' qualities this substantial and.wcll built build-kg- , Hardinsburg's loss would have been $100,000 or $200,000 instead of $75,000. All the buildings west of th's building including the Court House, wpuld have gone up in flames. The Di of rectors are proud of this building, and proud of Its saving so much valuablo proporty. Those who wish a good, safe place to do their Banking Business, we will be glad to take care of them. JNO. D. SHAW, Cashier. 1 NSBURG A thankful heart is not only tile greatest virtue, but the parent of nil other virtues. Cicero. The people of Hnrdinsburg are posses-sor- s of thankful hearts in that the fire was checked before sweeping the entire town. But for the timely help from our neighbors we might now be in ruins. Help came from Harncd in twenty min utes after they received the alarm. The i 'bucket bricade" from Irvington ar rived just in the niche of time. All who were here had about given out, and they saved one street frpm going up in flames. The wisest man that ever lived said: "A man that hath friends must show himself friendly." So we consider that everyone that came to our aid at this time are our friends, and we hope they will accept the gratitude of the community at large. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne and daughter, Susie Thomas, of Irvington, were guests of Mrs. Mary C. Heston last . SEROUS CLOVERPORT Cloverport Citizens Will Do Well To Profit By The Following. Many fatal cases of kidney disease havo reached an incurable stage because the patient did not understand the symptoms. Even today in Clover-por- t, there are many residents making the same serious error. They attribute their mysterious aches and pains to overwDrk, or worry, perhaps, when all the time their rheumatic pains, backache and blndder irregularities are most probably due to weak and ailing kidneys. 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Room Size, Rugs Axminster Rugs Tho best make Axminster Hugs; choice of two sizes; 0 by J feet and G feet 9 inches by 9 feet; $1G.50 tfM ft Pfj Papeslry Brussels Rugs; &cam-lesize 9x12 feet; choice of ss; Lace Curtains For $1.25 Furniture Axminster Rugs Best quality Axminster Kugs; sizo 8 feet 3 inches by 10 feet 0 inches; regular $22- - pHcT: ..$17.50 splendid Kitchen Cabinets; golden oak; Ono lot of 150 pairs Notting- H drawers and plenty of room ham Lace Curtains; 3 and 3 for dishes in tho top, tilting yards lougj beautiful designs; flour bin in base; ft f) pn finished with the double and specially priced at 0 I ZiOU twisted thread, lock stitch edge; splendid service-givinlace curtains worth up to .$2 for $1.25. g Maple Rockers Body Brussels Rugs; a variety of attractive de signs; bettor rugs were never Rugs for wear and suitable for any room; sizo 11 feet. 3 inches by 12 feet; OOO L( $42.00 value 0 dZi DU Body Brussels Rugs; Lace Curtains For $2.50 at ollereu $14.50 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; handsome designs; all now styles in neat colorings; sizo 11 feet 3 inches by 12 feet; excellent size 8 feet feet G inches; choice of a variety of good 3 inches by 10 rugs for $20.00 ST ??:!!...... $21, 50 ATrh nmrnlv CII.IU iiptnino Kut ' ""- - i j on In vuii(.iijC)) UUbt cunning representing our own stock that wo waut to close out; Extension Tables about 2,000 pairs in the lot; Genu:no quarter-sawesome are 3, others 3 yds. long; oak; h all aro eood desirable curtains; top; opens to Af 7 pa worth up to .$3.60 for $2.50 pair 6 feet in length ... . 0 I I i0U d 4S-inc- is Double rattan seat and back; finished in green and natural colors; strong and durable, comfortable; tho price (fin OO.dU rn 1 'I t week. Mr. and Mrs. Knott Hardin, of Hites Run, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. J. Wil-let- t. Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman CZIOIZDlo1fo1fo1fcIOEZD spent the week end in Louisville. lforty-si- x took the teachers examinaBALL & MILLER Friday and Saturday. This examition nation was harder than last year. Sixty took the graduation examination but livery, Feed and Sale only eighteen passed. Dr. Forest Lightfoot has been the Farmers Bank. Mr. Dillman is figuring i Dr. R. II. Crossfield, of Lexington, Stable on several of the new buildings. and Mrs. Herbert Beard. ft . guest preached the baccalaureate sermon SunMiss Mabel Howard, of Glen Dean, day morning at ii o'clock at the M. E. D. (Ulvalls, of Louisville, is in town Bus Meets all Trains visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee has been the guest of Miss Margaret church, South. Peyton. Walls. : Ky. . Messrs. Allen, Lindsay, Raymond and The Bank of Hardiusburg & Trust Co. White Kincheloe, Mrs. W. A. Walker, Misses Emma Lou Moorman and Mol- czioeid o o o cinoizz) and Leslie Walker arc building tem- Mr. nml Mrs. Coleman Payne, Misses porary quarters. Anna, Ruth and Hettie Kincheloe all TgU lUVVll WCUUC3UUJ. went to Stephensport Saturday to attend Returns Home. the funeral of Mr. Brown McCubbins, stsSSssB who died in National City, Cal. atafirfofc Mrs. J. J. Willett and daughters, Miss Ora Hendricks will return to and Ueulah D., will leave to- her homo at Webster after the commorrow for a visit before going to mencement this week. Miss Hendricks' splendid' and thorough work at the J. T. Smith spent Saturday and Sun- Cloverport Graded School has been day in Louisville the guest of relatives. appreciated and many patrons of the Dr. I'loyd Gilliatt, the veterinary sur- school regret she will not return here geon, is in town. next year. During her three years Willis Green, of Falls of Rough, was here, she has stayed at the home of Do you know that tho old reliable Aetna Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne. the guest Sunday of M. II. Heard. Company, represented by Paul Conipton, paid rao my loss Mrs. Marion Lawrence and daughter, and Miss Mayme Mattingly, of Evans-villof $1,400 in full, on my stock of goods and storehouse, were guests of their mother, Mrs. within 48 hours after it occurred? This was very pleasMarcla Mattingly, for the week end. ing to us, besides a great big help in our great loss. Mrs, Drown McCubbins and daughter, Ruth, of National City, Cal., are with want to say to our friends and customers that wo 'We Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Kincheloe. A farm consisting of 43.1 acres, lyhavo moved across the street, opposite our old place, in a ing on Tar Fork creek one mile east Cold water, a little lard less than tent, whero wo havo a full stock of grocorics. Call and with ordinary flour and a hot stove is of Hardinsburg & Owensboro road, all you need to make the finest of bread and known as the Mullen farm. Has sctus until wo rebuild, which will bo in a short time. out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It about 80 acres of bottom land worth Wo also want to thank our friends in Louisvillo for $30 00 per acre. The balance worth will save you 20 per cent, on your bread and oil'ors' of assistance. bill. Try it. Has two dwelling houses and $5.00. their kind letters barn. This farm is not only a barT. C. Leww will be ready for business gain but an opportunity where you in a week's time at his old stand. He can double your money. Prlce$5.00 is a little disfigured but not hurt. per acre. d; Foster-MilburA. C. Glasscock, of McDaniels, and Jluse Alexander, of Locust Hill, two aithful directors of the Farmers Batik, ime to the fire last Wednesday. Dr. W. A. Walker went to Louisville Wednesday to purchase a new dental lutfit, having lost his in the fire. W. C. Moorman came up from Glen Pevton Clavcomb, of Webster, candi Dean Thursday on a business trip. date for Representative, was in town Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson, of Cloist week mingling among the voters. verport, were the guests of Mrs. Susan Mr. and Mrs. John D. Heeler, of Kirk, Squires last Wednesday. have been the guests of Mrs. Leslie M. D. Beard and Geo. W. Evans have Walker. returned from Louisville where they Editor John D. Babbage and daugh- have been to purchase a new stock of ter, Miss Louise 'Babbage, came over goods for B. F. Beard & Co. from Cloverport last Wednesday to ex Mr. and Mrs. Lee llishop's friends are tend their sympathy. glad to give them a welcome into our The following are the names of some midst again. the correspondent saw who were here Hawkins Smith and children, Annie the day of the fire: Walter Henninger, Mildred, Franklin and Victor, were the West View; Walter Brown, Alfred Tay guests of the Misses Harned Friday. lor, Custer; Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Davis, W. M. Hatcher was in Louisville last Macy, Har-ne".Mrs. Joe McCrume, Gilbert Tom Moore, McDaniels;Tom Moor week purchasing a new soda fountain man, M. O. Frank, Glen Dean; Clarence for Kincheloe's pharmacy. Board, Hawkins Smith and son, Harold, Fred E. Dillman, of Louisville, will Garfield. be here today to repair the wall to the Our Sixty-Eight- h Anniversary Sale will Begin Monday, May 26th For this sale we will issuean immense Bargain Bulletin, containing some of our choicest Bargains Write for it at once before it is too late and don't fail to take advantage of the extraordinary offerings contained in it if you wish to save money. 7f Floli-CrO- I PltOO A11 ff0ods mai,abI hY Pftrco1 Post. ing to $5.00 or more will bo sent free by express or freight. Goods not mailable by Parcel Post and amount PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR is made from choice winter wheat with leavening which is pure and wholesome. A strictly phosphate leavening is used and the residue left in the bread by baking is phosphate of soda and phosphate of cal cuim salts of unquestioned dietic value. ' mn or. Hardinsburg, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY AND UNIFORMITY are the odIv words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Rni?ing Flour is used. Scientifically and accurately mixed by our specially designed machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to havti the proper ingredients. Give it a trial. LEWISP0RT MILL COMPANY Lewisport, Kentucky J Km-meli- LOOK! LISTEN! 0v-ensbor- o. FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS e, r rur c?ait;i rc,. lluuAnchnra. Kv. 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, I4H cataipa street Louisville, Ky. A H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT JOHN P. HASWELL, SR. Hardinsburg, Ky. DENTIST For any Itching skin trouble, pile?, czema, salt rheum, hives. Itch, scald hi ad, herpes, scabies. Doan's Olnt- mmt Is highly recommended. 53c a box , at all, store. Adv. Cumb. Phone 18. Residence hcllman House N. B. CHAMBERS, 1 Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky j, ' V. ' Office Over Farmers Bank 1 , 1 4 THREE NEW HOMES GOING UP ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs ; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made lrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar IN CL0VERP0RT RiRiRiRiRirW 'JrVbRRRRRBlJiHbHr With orderly movement, theso buildings aro being erected under Mr. Wcatherholt's contract. His liko clock-wor- k method assures: First Undivided Responsibility ho sees jLrrrLH '" brrrLB rrrrrrrA 4LrrrrrrM rLrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrLh bbbbbbbV "m Lrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt BB . Jm rrrrrrWWMirrS frnmm ' 'If JMH "tt to every detail of building. Second: Freedom from "Ex-tras.- " You will know the prico and there will bo no extra chnrgos not understood. Third: Completion on Time. Inquiries concerning LW Lm. ' fTPSIbE ""aSHef '', BBBBBBBBBBBt BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBft jbmBBBBBBBBB BBBBB. aVBBBBBBBW 1 Architecture, Building Equipment, Interior Decoration, Painting given prompt attention by mail or personal information given at tho oflico BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflb HbW wbbbw ujbk f aHfvsF i MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor rA Cloverport, Kentucky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher mi For Sheriff, Finlcy Miller deal and a fair count like they were human. just like the rest of us And thoy are humans Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPO'ET, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1913 ft year in advance. Henry T. Matthew., in his claims for theollico of County Judge, BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional says: "I have been a Democrat and an active party worker for 35 insertion. years, a practicing lawyer since 1S82, and being thu only lawyer in CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of the race, is the best qualified." 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money of Hancock county 'have called a mass meeting The Republic Subscription price $1.00 in advance. ins Examino the label on your paper. notify us. If it is not correct please for June lGth to name a full county ticket. MAKING HARD WATER SOFT The loses and insurance and several notes of interest are given os follows: Clovcrport can sympathize with Hardinsburg. The towns are no longer rivals when it comes to fires. Each town knows what it means to have its own heart in ashes and to have the work of a lifetime eaten up by flames. Hardinsburg will miss the old the houses that were over a hundred years old and the original stands of her oldest and best citizens. The shop where Mr. John P. Haswcll, Sr., made saddlery for Go years is cone; the old storehouse of Mr. 13. F. Beard, one of the first to supply the county seat with every needed necessity for the home and family, is a memory. The printing press is wrecked, and the town no longer has tho honor of being tho home of a newspaper. But with all these losses, Hardinsburg saved more than she lost her citizens, her homes, tho Court House, the Farmers Bunk and other business buildings. She came through the llames with good cheer and new ambitions; and wo are glad for Hardinsburg today that last Wednesday's conflagration did not overwhelm those whosulleied with discouragement. May the town rebuild, be benefitted, and save as a place every Monday, is our sincere wish today. land-marks Addition of Proper Quantity of Quicklime Will Bring It to the Desired Condition. 18 WITHDRAWALS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Dr. C. C. Ahl withdraws from the race for Jailor. T. J. from tho Judge's race and enters tho race for Sheriff. Taylor withdraws from tho race for Assessor and goes on ticket with Henry Cashman as deputy for the same ofiico. Tho new announcements are For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard general Henry F. Matthews, of Axtel, for County Judge, and Ves Smith for GUQ VE'S TASTELESS chillstrengthening tonic, TONIC, drives out Malaria A true Sheriff. Under tho log cabin, John N. Akors is an aspirant for Coun- and sure and builds up the system. children.tonic Appetizer. For adults and EOc. ty Court Clerk. three-quarter- river and lake vaters may have from 5 to 25 degrees. Hardness is usually due to the presence of compounds of lime and magnesia dissolved out of the soils and rocks. The lime salts do most of the damage by curdlinq the soap and preventing its cleansing action. The curdled soap remains in the water, sticks to the fibers of the cloth, and is very difficult to remove by washing, even with hot water. Water of ten degrees of hardness will prevent the action of seventeen pounds of soap per thousand gallons of water, while water of twenty degrees of hardness will prevent the pounds of soap action of thirty-fou- r per thousand gallons of water. Much of the hardness of water may be removed by the addition of two pounds of quick lime to one thousand gallons of water of average hardness. This will not remove more than about of the hardness of water, but it can be still Hook further the softened by adding a little Tate! washing soda. s Many well waters have from 16 to degrees of hardness, while even Japan Displays Naval Strength. Japan's naval strength was paraded In the review held off Yokohama, the first spectacular event in the reign of the new emperor. Yoshihito reviewed 45 battleships and cruisers, destroyers, submarines and torpedo boats 113 in line. It was much like Colonel Roosevelt's review of the fleet off Oyster Bay when he was president, but a distinctly modern note was added by the Japanese in the two hydro-aero- planes flying over the warships, as well as the big German dirigibles that floated high in the air. Among the vessels in line were three Datuesnips ana tnree cruisers captured lrom the Russians. According to the American schedule, these would havo been marked "obsolete" long ago. The prime battleships of ten years ago are ranked no higher than cruisers now, and only dreadnoughts are counted as battleships of the line. Deterioration is the weakness of the Japanese navy. But new battleships cost $10;000,000 apiece, the Japanese are groaning under heavy taxes and it probably will take all the influence of the Mikado, as well as a war scare or so to induce the diet to appropriate the immense sums required to carry out Admiral Saito's program of naval expansion. 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 Risine Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Try it. MONEY IN OUR B PUT YOUR tssHHsiHRBP" BANK- - Every day the papers' contain accounts of those who have lost the money by hiding it or by fire or burglary. Your money is NOT SAFE unless it is in the bank. There are many conveniences in a bank aa count. We keep your accounts straight, give you advice free, rellevi you of worry and anxiety and insure PEACE OF MIND. Total Resourcos Including Trust Investments $600,000 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Ky. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, MM HOC m HOE DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Vetenary Surgeon and Dentist Office in Miller & Ball's Livery Stable Hardinsburg, Ky. FARM PAYS Tho Railroad never fails to come to tho rescue of tho suffering in LITTLE GENERAL an emorgency. They will run special trains at any hour of tho day Profit Secured In Poultry as tyeli as Horses, Mules, Dairy Stock, or night, pick up men, carry them free, do anything thoy can to help Sheep and Hogs. in distress. Thoy don't wait to bo ask either. And yet bomo people people say thoy havo no souls. The railroads ought to have a fair (By W. H. SHEl'ARD.) 0 Prepared to treat all animals. All diseases. t UR Offi- Surgery and Dentistry a specialty Snecial attention 0 , HOE m HOE )O SAVED! Providence saved my stock from the flames. It is full and complete and prices lower than ever before. We shall be glad to have our friends and all who want good, clean goods at the lowest possible prices to call and see us. r A neighbor of ours makes poultry a strong side line of hla farming. Ha grows a great variety of plantB and keeps and feeds a variety of animals. His poultry sales amount to nearly $200 each year and he feeds his cers are never too busy to advise with you on tho financial subject. rails at all ..WM.l. .. hntird ' I. I, .1 f Thos. A. Rhodes, Hardinsburg, Ky. grown chickens nothing except what they pick up about the place, but through his methods of cropping and feeding they secure an abundanco, and respond accordingly. Tho same neighbor keeps and grows horses and mules, dairy stock, sheep and hogs. From the poultry and cows he has a constant dally cash Income. From tho horses and teules be sells each year one or two animals at 1100 or more a piece. From tho sheep he has wool to sell in early spring, and lambs later in tho summer, and from the hogs he sellB from $100 to $200 worth erery two or three months. Ho grows .wheat, oats, corn, hay and a variety of forago crops, besides a good orchard, truck patches, and garden from which nearly all tho family eatables aro grown, with some fruits and vegetables to sell. He also sells from $100 to $200 worth of wheat each year, and. his dairy products amount to $400 per year, and all from a farm of less than 100 acres. Any general farmer who plans and executes can grow a variety of plants and animals on a small farm, make good money from tlwcrops, and at the same time build up his land faster than by special cropping. FLOYD GILLIATT, V. M. D. HOE HOT RETORT 3C HOE If you havo a proposi- tion which needs financing or want a loan for your private business come in and talk it over. Tho talk will bo in confidence, and is likely to result in your getting help. overusing a money-maim- i entertainments for Clu New Accounts Churches, Lodges, Set Leagues, Etc., are chargi for at the regular rati Pointers and special not of ads are paid matter. Not ask the Publisher, Repor er or Correspondents to In sert advertisements gratis. JOHN D. BABBAGE Solicited The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. Cold water, a little lard lass thai wit.) ordjnary Hour and a hot stove all you need to make the finett of bre flK out of Perfection Self Rising Flour- Cholly Shallowpate I w er shall will save you 20 per cent', on sever marry until I find a girl who la bread bill. Try it. my dlreet oppoalte, LeulsvlUe Evening Miss Cutttaft-- Hlatx WaJl, taare are and Breckcnridg Me aJaaty ef ferifkt, aaaart glrla la tawa. osayaar 3,50. mm TC- - $3.50 o 0 NWred Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, MAY at the Pott B 21, 1913 Oflllcc nt CloTcrport, Ky second class mutter. Miss Ruby Hawkins and Miss May Haley, of Louisville, were guests of Miss Dcrtha Perkins Sunday. For Sale Richardson's skatcs-1- 4. Will sell for $1.25. News ball-beari- .announcements THANKS HIS FRIENDS C.J. H. Gardner desires to thank his friends, neighbors, one and all, for their kind assistance in helping him save his stock of goods. C, He is now located in the Hensley Tobacco Warehouse, opposite City Hall, with a full and complete stock of goods, where his customers, and the public in general, can be office. FORntfN THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES : IATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t 2 50 For Precinct nnil city Offices $ 6.00 Tor County Offices 'For State nnd District Offices $ 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per Hue For All Publications In the inter-- ' est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line i il ' 1 LOCAL BREVITIES )1 Tennis Rackets Nolte. Mrs. Amble Daniels spent the weekend, in Louisville. Do it now. Get the lot. Easy payment C. R. E. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Willis, of Glen Dean, were here Tuesday. Cow boy, Indian and Scout suits. Nolte. Mr., and Mrs. Larkln Gibson went to Hardlnsburg Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Robertson returned from Louisville Friday. .. .. - nuiuma- r,t Jir. Aiarion uenen was m ficrht t Ufirrrxra,lnaetixv anil hnlnfid fire I Croquet sets, flne exercise Nolte. !' Mrs. Allen Kingsbury and Miss Bell ' McGary went to Louisville last week. Blue grass seed, sow monthly Nolte. Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Scott and little son, Arad, spent Sunday In Cannelton. Own your own house buy a lot on easy payments. Cloverport Real Estate Company. The Rev. Mr. J. W. Hughes, of Kingswood, went to Louisville Friday. room corn seed Nolte. Irs. Ed Riley, who has been serious- il of acute indigestion, is Improving. y payments future home. Buy ir the C. R. EJ. Co. hgesse Moorman and daughter, Miss mma, were in Louisville last week opplng. Jumbo enamel bath basin for baby. olte. Mrs. Chas. Tanner and son, Hugh, of vington, are guests of Mrs. Emma 'Skillman. Miss MarcLal Miller, of Owensboro, spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. E. O. Cottrell. i You will be elad you invested in a lot on easy terms. Your money goes anyway, let go where it stays C. R. ,,.. Begin now. Buy a lot Build your home later. Call on the C. It. E, Co. Mrs. D. Bashnm, Hardlnsburg, returned Friday from Lodiburg where she had been visiting her father. Order Standard patterns Nolte. Mr. Rawlcy Mendor, of Hardinsburg, editor of The Leader, has accepted Mr. Lnslle'8 room of the Cloverport High School. Put your money in a lot. So much monthly. Get the lot. Easy payment. C. R. E Co. Mrs. Ernest L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, spent last week the guest of her uncle, Mr. Charles Edmons, at The Willard Hotel. Bath tub soap dishes Nolte. Mrs. Grace Agnew Mattingly and baby, Dorothy! ot Oklahoma City, are visiting Mrs. O. B. Mattingly. They will spend the summer here. Ask your grocer for a bottle of Fancy Table Drips with maple flavor. It is put up by Bollinger-Babbag- c Co., Louisville, and is something nice. Sanitary cover pitcher, 10 cts. Nolte. Mrs. J. L. Hawkins, Mrs. M. W. Moorman, Miss Ruby Hawkins and ANNOUNCEMENTS friend, Miss May Haley, of Louisville, came down last Sunday to visit relatives. X3sEbbbbbHbbH8 All members of Breckenridge Lodge JflsBBBBBBHinl No. 61 K. of P., are requested to meet at their Lodge room next Monday night at 7:30. Business of unusual importance needs attention. For Sheriff Cold water, a little Jard less than Wo are authorized to announce with ordinary flour and a hot stove is ARTHUUT. HKAHD. all you need to make the finest of bread of Hardlnsburg. usa candidate forSherllT of out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. llreckenrldgo county subject to ho action It will save you 20 per cent, on your of tin2. Republican num. primary election Aug. bread bill. Try it. For County Court Clerk DelPghtful Aroma Seal Brand CofWe are authorised to announce fee Nolte. JOHN N. AKERS, Mr." and Mrs, Wm. Pate,"Miss Lizzie of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for County Skillman, Mrs. Fred Ferry, Miss Jen court Clerk, of llreckenrldgo county. party in to tho action of the nie Warfleld, of Louisville; Messrs Primary Election Augusts, 1013. Fred Fraize and Chas. White left on Monday for a trip to their house-boGreen River, Cloverport people in Louisville last week were: Mrs. L. B. Perkins, Miss-eJane Smith and Emily Reid, Mrs. Wartfeld Collins and Miss Susie Newton, Misses Louise and Mildred Bab Interior Decorating bage, Miss Eloise Nolte. 15 years experience To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It ttops thi m SB For The Stale Senate Wo aro authorized to announce Clerk of llrcckcnrldgt county, subject to tho action of the Democratic parly In Primary wii:t.tiuij JlUKUStZi We JESSfc WHITWORTH, of Hardlnsburg, n a candidate for tho State Senate, subject to the action of tho Demo- aro authorized to announce VIC. RORERTSON. cratic party, Primary election August 3. Wo aro authorized to announce D. C. OKAY. of Mondocouhty. as a candidate for the State cviinn, ruujn inu arvion 01 wig Demo- of Olcn Dean, ns n candldato for County Court Clerk, of llreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August 2. We nu cratic party. Primary election August 2. ForRcprcscntatic are authorized to nnnounco W. T. GREGORY, Jr. of Garfield, ns a candidate for County Clerk. We arc authorized to announce PEYTON R. CCAYCOMI1, of Webster, ns a candidate for Represcnta- - subject to the action of tho Democratic party Primary election August 2. Tor Superintendent Public Schools action of tho Democratic party, Wo Primary We aro Authorized ts announce I Su?lf r ns a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schoolsof Hrecklnrldge- - ounty subject to the 'action of tho Democratic party in J. W TRENT, arc authorized to announce THE HON. D. H. SEVERS, of Cloverport, as a candidate for Representative of llreckenrldgo county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic Party, Primary election Aug. 3. Wo aro authorized to announce JESSE II. MILLER, of Sample. is a candldato for Representative of Hrtckenrldge county, subject to tho act-Iof tho Democratic party, Primary election August Snd. We are authorized to nnnounco MOORMAN DITTO, of Glen Dean, as a candldato for Represen- Primary election August 2 We on aro authorized to announco II. A. ATER, of Stepliensport, as a candldato for Superintendent of Public Schoo s of llreckenrldgo COlllltV. StllllnPt tl, tlin M..,fi.ti .if tl. llnmn- cratlc party In Primary election August 2nd. For Sheriff Wo are authorized to announco 8. T SMITH. '4 w Note- - Advertisers plcnso notify tlio editor when you want advertisement discontinued. rts tative of Hreckenrldgocounty. subject to tho of Olcn Dean, as a candidate for Sheriff of action of the Democratic party In Primary Hrnckenrldge county subject to tlio action of Election August 2. tbo Democratic p.irty. primary election Aug, w, 1U13. For Circuit Judge Wo Wo For Sale Heavy Wrapping Paper. COR SALE Heavy wrapping paper for Primary election August 2. 1 carpots. Two big sheets for 0 cents NewsolHoo. For Commonwealth's Attorney Tor Sale Residence. SALE Homo on Huston street. foot lot: soven rooms; stono foundation; tllo roof; piped for gas; condition good. Terms reasonable If. D. Kerry. T.J HOOK, of Hardlnsburg. ns a candldato for Sheriff of Itreckenrloge county subject to tho action of Kllzabethtown, as a candidate for Circuit .ludgo of tho Ninth Judicial District, subject of tho Democratic party, Primary election to tho action of tho Deim cratlc party In tho August 2, 1913. are authorlaed to announce aro authorized to announce J. R. LAYMAN, We are authorized to announce FOR We aro author'zed 10 announce JUDGE HENRY DeIIAVEN MOORMAN of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Cotnmon- Wntiltli'u A ttfi.ntiir l.i liifll. l.iilli1ntlllL.-t.f- r subject-ttho action of the Democratic party I 1 1'INLEY MILLER. Tn& of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of Ilrecklurldge county subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug. jLuury eicuuuil AUK. - JVJ.f. For Jailor Wo suli-Je- ct For Sale Exsliaw House COR SALE on easy terms, small cash pay- -. ment, the Exsliaw house opposite the hall park. For particulars address II. V. Harris, 1411 Catalpa St., Louisville, Ky. For Sale Tar Fork. Ky. Lumber. For County Judge. Wo aro authorized to announco are authorized to announce II. F. MATTHEWS, of Atel. as a candldato for Countv Judge of llreckenrldgocouuty subject to tho action 01 ROE HOOK. of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for Jailor of Itreckenrldgo county, subject to the action of tbe Democrats In Primary Election, Aug. 2. We aro authorized to announco G. W. MILLER, of Kirk, as a candldato for Jailor of Rrcck- cnrldgo countv NUbJoct to the action of tbo Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. at furnish a man FOR SALE lieLumber. Can Chas. Tabellng, August any bill may want. tne uernoiTauc party, rrltnary election 2, 1913. , s PAINTING Cough and Headache and works oft the Cold. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c Reading Club Entertains. See My Wall Paper Sample Books for 1913 Dr.W. B.TAYLOR Wo aro Authorized to announco tno Democratic party, primary election TICE HENDRICK, August 2 as a candldato for Jailor of llreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tbo DemocraRESIDENT Wo aro authorized to announce tic party at the August Primary. JAS. M. WITHERS, of Kirk, as a candidate for County Judge, of Wo aro authorized to announco Ilrcckenrldgu countv, subjtctto the action PHONE No. 2-- R Cloverport, Ky. of the Democratic Party, Primary election J. M. LEWIS, Office Opposite Gibson's Drug Storo Aug. 2. of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for Jailor, subject to the action of the Democrat party Wo aro authorized to announce In tlio August Primary. SAM H. DIX. of Stepliensport, as a candidate for County Wo aro authorized to announce Judge of llreckcurldgo subject to tho action of tlio Democratic party. PriCALVIN HENDRICK, .111., mary election August 2nd ..Permanent.. of New Bethel, ns 11 randldnie for Jailor, subject to the action of lb Democratic PriWo aro authorized to announce mary Election August 2, 1H13. Dr. Jesse Baucum We aro authorized to announce J. M. MULLEN. of Clovcport, us a candldato for County Judge of Itreckenrldgo subject to tho action 01 Dentist co-int- Dentist fcCo. Edison T. Gibson, of this city, Is he. guest of Miss Freida Reidel in Los ihgeles, Cal. Wood hay rakes for lawns Nolte. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shellman, oi Union Star, were guests of Mrs. Wm. I Gibxon Monday. 1 A chance like this comes only once :.'ln a lifetime buy a lot, build a home Xlater C. R. E. Co. Mr. Otto Tague, of Cincinnati, Ohio, ' is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Tague. Fishing tackle Nolte. Mrs. Mary Smith has gone to Eagle ike, Texas to visit her sons, Charley fnd Robert Smith. Lay the foundation later. Buy a lot Most Prompt and Effectual Cure now. asy terms. C. R. E. Co. for Bad Colds. Wajheld Hambleton, of Mattingly, you have a bad cold you want When s, Mr. and a remedy that will not only give relief, Is vlsjing his Mrs.. D. Hambleton. but effect a prompt and permanent cure, a remedy that is pleasant to take, a remBrie balls and bats Nolte. edy that contains nothing Injurious. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores the system to a healthy condition. This remedy has a world wide sale aud use, I and can always be depended upon. Sold by Alt Dealers. Skill-magrand-parent- The Ladies Reading Club attended the Picture Show last Tuesday night in a body, each member taking an invited Painter and Decorator guest. The Club selected their own Cloverport. Ky. reels and had seats reserved. After the show they went to Gibson's where they were served with refreshments. The Chas. Claycomb. members and guests were as follows: (d) Teachers Library Miss Miss Georgia White, President, Dr. Angle Gibson. Simons, Miss Lizzie Skillman, Secre-taMr. O. T. Skillman, Mrs. Fisher, IO.45 The Elementary Worker and his Mr. Chas. Skillman, Mrs. Forest Light-fooMiss Maud L. Dance Work Miss Ora Hendricks, Mrs. Payne, 11.15 Song Clifton Mills Sunday Mr. Payne, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. C. P. School. Babbage, Mrs. Tague, Mrs. Robards, 11.20 A Temperance Program for the Mrs. Leonard Oeize, Mr. Oelze, Mrs. Sunday School Mrs. J. B. Abe Skillman, Mr Skillman, Mrs. Wick-liff- e Waggoner. Moorman, Mr. Moorman, Mrs. L. T. Reid, Mrs. Sallie Moorman, Mrs. 11.35 The Organized Sunday School Miss Maude L. Dance. Work Wm. Smart, Miss Martha Miller, Miss Appointment of Committees. Mrs. Ed Ogelsby, Mrs. Late Ogelsby, Frank Mattingly, and Dr. McDonald. AFTERNOON SESSION. Mrs. Randall's dinner party was as I.3O Devotional. Rev. J. B. Waggqner. follows: 1.45 Report of Schools. Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mrs. Emma a.00 Conference on points of the Stan Mrs. John E. Matthews, Mr. RanMiss Maude L. Dance. dard dall, and W, R. Hensely, of Louisville. Lilbon E. Smith Irvington, Kentucky Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. Cloverport, Ky. Estimates furnished for all kinds of work, Write or phone nie at Cloverport. Cumberland Phono 22-- Y Judge of Breckenridge county, subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary clect'on, August 2nd. Wo aro authorized to announce MIKE MILLER, of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for County Judge of Itreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August 2. For County Attorney Wo DR. It. T. DEMPSTER of Glen Dean, as a candidate for County For Assessor Wo are authorized to announco HENRY CASIIMAN of Raymond, as a candidate for Assessor of Itreckenrldgo county, subject lo tbe action of the Democratic party in Primary Election August 2. My Deputies: Forret Jennings, Cloveruort: Joel limner. Ouster; Taylor Tate, Hardlnsburg; James C. Mattingly, Ax-t- ol. y, t, aro authorized to announco V. G. IlAnitAGE, of Cloverport, ns a candldato for County Attorney of llreckenrldgo county. Nubject to ' tho action of the Democratic party, Primary 1. nnd election August 2nd Appreciation Equipment. Rev. Burns. 2 TrainBest We are authorlzud to announco ing Course Miss Bettie Kincheloe. JUDGE II. C.MURRAY, 3. Teachers' Meeting Mrs. W. J. of Hardlnsburg, as a candldato for County Attorney, subjet Piggott. 4 Teachers' Library Miss cratic party at tho to the action of the DemoAugust Prim-try- . Bettie Taylor. Conference on Points For County Court Clerk of the Standard Miss Maude Dance. Each school is requested to send We aro authorized to announco three delegates to this Convention JOHN E. MONARCH, with a report of the work they are of Kirk, as a candldato for County Court doing. We nre auchorlztd to announco W. A. DOWNS, of Kirk, as n candidate for Assesorof Hrrck- enrldgu county, subject 10 the action of tho Democrat c party, Primary election Aug. 2. Wo are authorized to announce ANDREW D. FQUIRES of Harned. us u candldnte for Assessor of Ilreckenrldge comity tuhlccttotho action of the Democratic party, primary election Aug. 2nd. nronutliorled to announce JOHN W. KENNEDY, of Harned. us a randldaip for Asstsor of Ilrecklnrldpe county subject to the action of tho Democratic party I'rtmary election Aug Wo " Chas. Brulngton, Pres. Beard, Vice-PreVirginia Payne, Sec. M. D. 3.15 3.20 Song. Report of Committees. Reading of minutes. Adjournment. Mr. H. Lyddan, Pres. Lula Parks, Sec. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money If I'AZO OINTMENT faili to cure any case of Itching, lllind, Weeding or Protruding Piles in6tol4 days. The first application gives Eas and Rest. COc Byron Walker Dead. r Notice To Candidates! Each candidate must have a nominat- Byron Walker, son of Dud and Susan Walker colored, died of tuberculosis els, try Doan's Regulets, a modern Monday night at the home of his par ents. Funeral and Interment today. laxative. 25c at all stores. Adv. For a mjld, easy action of the bow v ing petition. You can get them at the Countv Clerk's office at 50c each. THE PRUDENT M4N OR WOMAN for BARGAINS and takes them whonovor a GENUINE BARGAIN is ottered in merchandise and many other lines. This is a ood practice in buying merchandise and many other thinjjH. It isn't a pood practico to look for bargains in BANKING Ylhoro is safety to look for tho first gieat consideration and that has to do with tho bank's soundness, strength, good manugemont, biifo business methods, and a thoiihiind other details of management. is always on tho lookout The Fire is Program Of First Magisterial District Sunday 'School Convention to be held at Gar field. May 27 and 28, 1013. EVENING SESSION May 27, 8 p. m. Address Miss Maude L. Dance. MORNING SESSION . May 28, Devotional Rev. Burns. h. Welcome Address Mrs. J. A. Response W. D. Smith. The Parent as a Factor In theS. S, Chess Klnneson. The Elementary Worker and his Work Miss Maude L. Dance. The Adult Bible Class. Its Needs W. D. Smith. Organized S. S. Work Miss Maude L. Dance. Report of Schools Dist. Sec. AFTERNOON SESSION Devotional Rev. M. L. Dyer. A Temperance Program for the S. S, Round Table led by Jesse Whitworth. What we owe our S. S. Teachers. San-bac- Trip to Louisville and "over and Back for $2.98. $2.98 to Louisville niul am count of spring races. May 9, 10, 13, 14, 23, 24.. return on acTickets on sale 26. w ready for work New outfit complete Kinchiloe's law Office 15, 17, IQ, 20, 21, 22, Return limit May Miss Niram Willet Honored. At Ilnrdinsburg May 19, Special the home of Senator Gus Ilrown and Mrs, Drown on Friday evening the Daptist Choir Society gave u six course dinner in honor of Miss Niram Willet, who will soon leave for Owensboro. After dinner they were all invited to the parlor where Mrs. Drown and daughters favored the guests with both vocal and instrumental music. The following were the guests: Mrs. Amos Doard, Misses Niram Willet, Hallie aud Ifanny Drown, Lillian Miller, Fanny Whittinghill, Maggie Ahl aud Maud Bewleyville At District Sunday School Convention ToBe Held Webster Thursday May 29. MORNING SESSION. THE FIRST STATE BANK, : Irvington, Ky. 10.00 Devotlonal....Mr. Jas. Willis. W. A. Walker Dentist J iS Nuiiiskw, Ky.' - 0.1 5 What we owe our Sunday Schoo Teachers. (a) Cooperative, Appreciation, Miss Best Equipment Eva Carrigan. (b) Training Course Mrs. - J. C. PAYNE, Cashier W. J. Pifgot (ej Ttachers Meetings ....Mrs. Smith. Subscribe ; - ,! a ,uUL.t, .jaiih$.ti i cut you," e!d Speed. "He doesn't mean to Kin you just through your winder if it could be sage. "At last!" done safe." "Shoot me, you mean?" "Allah!" said Glass, devoutly from his corner. Stover and Willie nodded. "If I was you, I'd kcefo tho lamp between mo and tho winder every night." "Why, this Is abominable!" exclaimed tho young collego man, stlflly "I I can't stand for this, It's getting too serious." "There ain't nothln' to fear," said I "llemember, Willie, soothingly, told you at tho start that we'd see thero wasn't no crooked work, done. Well, I'm goln to ride herd on you, constant, Mr. Speed." Ho smiled In a manner to reassure. "If there's any Bhootln' comes off, I'll bo in on It." "S eay, what's to prevent ub being murdered when we'ro out for a run?" queried Glass. "Mo!" declared tho little man. 'Til saddle my bronc' an' lopo along with you. We'll keep to tho open country." Instantly Speed saw tho direful consequences of such a procedure and summoned his coiirago to say: "No. It's very kind of you, but I shall glvo up training." "What!" "I mean training on tho road. I I'll run Indoors." "Not a bit llko it," declared Stover. "You'll get your dally run if wo havo to lay off all tho punchers on the place and put 'em on as a Wo can't let you got hurt, You'ro worth too much to us." "Larry and I will tako a chance." "Not for mine!" firmly declared tho trainer. "I don't need no mineral In my system. I'm for tho houso." "Then I shall run alone." "You'ro game," said Wllllo admiringly, and his auditor breathed easier, "but we can't allow It." "I I'd rather risk my llfo than put you to so much trouble." "It's only a pleasure." "Nevertheless, I can't allow it. I'll run alone, If they kill mo for it." "Oh, they won't try to kill you. They'll probably shoot you in tho legs. That's Just as good, and It's a heap easier to get away with." s twitching. Speed felt his "I'vo got it!" said he at last, "I'll run at night!" Stover hesitated thoughtfully. "I don't reckon you could do yourbut you might self justice do your tralnin' at daylight. The Centipede goes to work tho same time we do, and the chances is your assassin won't miss his breakfast." "Good! I I'll do that!" "I sure admire your courage, but if you sec anything suspicious, let us know. We'll git 'em," said Willie. "Thank you." The two men went out, whereupon Glass chattered: "W what did I tell you? It's worse'n suicide to stick around this farm. I'm going to blow." "Where are you going?" "New York. Let's beat it!" "Never!" exclaimed the college man, stubbornly. We'll hear from Covington Besides, I before long. can't leave until I get some money from home." "Let's walk." "Don't be a fool!" "Then I've got to have a drink." Glass started for the but at the door ducked quickly out of sight. "She's there!" he whispered tragically. "She seen me, too!" Marledetta was squatting in the shade opposite, her eyes fixed stolidly upon the training-quarter"Then you've got to lay low till sho gives up," declared Wally. "We'ro In trouble enough as it is." For nearly an hour the partners discussed the situation while the Mexican maid retained her position; then, when Glass was on the verge of making a desperate sally, Cloudy entered silently. Although this had been an unhappy morning for the trainer, hero at least was one person of whom he had no fear, and his natural optimism being again to the fort, ho greeted tho Indian lightly. "Well, how's the weather, Cloudy?" "Mr. Cloudy to you," Bald tho other. Both Glass and his protege stared It was the first word the Indian had uttered Blnce their arrival. Lawrence winked at his companion. "All right, If you llko It better. How's the weather, Mister Cloudy?" He snickered at his own joke, whereupon the aborigine turned upon him slowly, and said, in perfect English: "Your humor Is misplaced with me. Don't forget, Mr. Glass, that tho one Yale football team you trained, I dropped a goal on from tho line." Glass allowed his mouth to open In amazement. Tho day was replete with surprises. " '9C!" ho said, while tho light of understanding camo over him. "You're body-guarknee-capthat-awa! living-quarterforty-five-yar- f Some A Romance of Strenuous Affection I hands upon his bulging front and looked down at it tenderly. "They'vo all got It fn for my pad, haven't they?" T told you to keep away from that girl," "Humph!" Glass spoko with soulful conviction. "Tako It from me Bo, I'll walk around her as If sho was a lake. Who'd ever think that chorus-mawas a killer?" "Surely you don't caro for her seriously?" "Not now. I I love my Cuban, n "I got it," declared the other, ferAgain ho laid repressing vently. .Bj; ? BEACH Plr Suraested by the br Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong niuttrated by Edgar Bert Smith sf Ooprrlght, mo, bj Harper A Jlroilicrs CHAPTEK A. UENOS dins, Senor." Carara bowed politely to Speed. "Good-mornin- g again," i &v & ii . i Wally. Turning to tho trainer, Carara eyed him from top to too, removed his cigarette, and flipped tho ashes daintily from it; then. smiling disdainfully, said: "Buenos dlas, Senor Fat!" Glass started. "You tnlkln' to me?" "Yes." Carara leaned languidly against the wall, took a match from his pocket, and dcxtrously struck it between tho nails of his thumb and finger. He breathed his lungs full of smoko and exhaled it through his noBe. "I would have splk to you but tho Senor Fat is ho shrugged his shoulders "frighten so bad ho will not understan. So I como back." "Who's scared?" said Glass, gruffly. Carara turned his palm outward, in gentlo apology. "You been talk' a gret deal to my Sonorlta to Marledetta, eh?" "Oh, the Cuban Queen!" Glass winked openly at Speed. "Sure! I slip her a laugh now' and then." "Sho is not Cubana, she Is said Carara, politely. "Well, what d'you think of that! I thought sho was a Cuban." Glass began to chuckle. "Senor Fat," broke in tho Mexican, sharply, while Larry winced at tho distasteful appellation, "sho is my Senorlta!" "Ib Bhe? Well, I can't help It if sho falls for mo." The speaker cast anappreciative glance at his employer. "And you can cut out that "Senor Fat,' because it don't go " Then ho gasped, for Carara slowly drew from Inside his shirt a long, knifo bearing marks of recent grinding, and his black eyes snapped. His faco bij become suddenly convulsed, while his volco rang with the tone of chilled metal. Glass retreated a step, a shudder ran through him, and his eyes riveted themselves upon the weapon with horrified intensity. "Listen, Pig! If you splk to her again, I will cut you." The gaze of tho Mexican pierced his victim. "I will not keel you, I will just cut you!" Speed, who had sat in amazement during the scene, pinched himself. LIko Larry, ho could not his gaze from tho swarthy man. Ho pulled himself together with an effort, however, undertaking to divert tho present trend of tho conversation. "W where will you cut him?" ho asked, pleasantly, more to make conversation than from any lingering question as to tho precise location. "Here." Carara turned the blado against himself, and traced a cross upon his front, whereupon the trainer gurgled and laid protecting hands upon his protruding abdomen. "You eplk Spanish?" "No." Glass shook his head. "But you understan' w'at I try to say?" "Yes oh yes I'm hep all right." "And tho Senor Fat will Bald m but" ho quivered apprehensively "I'll bet that rummy packs a 'shlv' In every pocket," camo From outside tho tho low, musical notes of a quail, and Glass puckered his lips to answer, then grow pale. "That's her," ho declared, In a panic. "I'vo got a dato with her." "Are you going to keep it?" full of gold nug"Not for a nose-bagets! Tako a look, Wally, and seo what sho's doing." Speed did as directed. "Sho's waiting." "Let her wait," breathed tho trainer. "Hero comes Stover and Willie." Glass unrolled "More bad nows." and stepped upon It his prayer-rug-, "Say, what's that word? hastily. Tho password. You know! Quick! Quick!" "Allah!" "That's her!" Tho fat man began to mumblo thickly. It was plain that his spirit was utterly broken. But this call was prompted purely bunk-house' g "Thank the Lord!" Glass started forward eagerly. "When '11 be be here? Quick!" Then ho. paused. J. Walling-forSpeed had gono deathly pale, and was reeling slightly. "What's wrong?" The college man made uncertainly for his bed, murmuring Incoherently: "I I'm sick! I'm sick, Larry!" He fell limply at full length, and groaned, "Call tho raco off I" Glass snatched tho missive from his employer's nerveless fingers, and read, with bulging eyes, as follows: "J. Walllngford Speed, Flying Heart Ranch, Kidder, N. M.: "Don't tip off. Am In Jail Omaha, Looks llko ten days. "CULVEIt COVINGTON." Tho trainer uttered a cry llko that of a wounded animal. "Call It off, Larry," moaned the Hope of the Flying Heart "I'vo been poisoned!" . "Poisoned, eh?" Bald tho fat man, tremulously. "Poisoned! Nix! Not with mo!" Ho walked firmly across tho room, flung back tho lid of Speed's athletic trunk, and began to paw through It foverlshly. Ono after another ho selected three heavy sweaters, then laid strong hands upon his protego and jerked him to his foot. "Sick, eh? Hero, got Into these !" "What do you mean, Lawronco?" in" quired his victim. "If you get sick, I dlo." Glass opened the first sweater, and his protego with It "Hurry up! You'ro going into training!" half-smother- d sssr g mt0r r r 9H W Women Are Constantly Being Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Worth mountains of gold," says one woman. Another says, "I would not give Lydia E. 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Clrprtf Try a News Want A a. ami further that there be levied a per capita, or poll tax, on etch male 21 years of age or over resident In the coiuity aforesaid, of (f 1 50) one dollar Continued from page a and fifty cents, for .uid year of 1013, First district, 92; Second district, lj2; and said poll tax so levied shall be apThird district 131; Fourth District, 2iy, portioned to the following purposes, Fifth district, 111; Sixth aistrict, 260. For road purposes twenty five Upon motion of Squire Whittinghill, l cents, and for general expense fund seconded by Squire Harris, which mo' one dollar and twenty-fiv- e cents, and tion carried, it is ordered that the fori said tax of twenty-fiv- e cents shall be going delinquent list be allowed and devoted to work upon nnd expense of the commissioner appointed to settle working the public highway in the diswith the Sheriff, Is directed to give trict In which It Is collected; and furcredit to the Sheriff in theif settlement ther that the levy for road and bridge for said dellcquents for the year 1012. purposes be and remain at the sum Upon this vote squlro Drury voted In heretofore levied 25 cents on the the negative. $100 In value of taxable property, but Upon motion of Squire Wright and divided as follows: Twenty cents for seconded by Squire Dix, it Is ordered roads and five cents for bridges; and that the County Treasurer, when In his further that taxes collected for road judgment the Interest of the county de purposes on property situated in each mand It and It can bo prudently done, Magisterial District of the county shall deposit on time certificate such balance be allotted to each district in which it as may be dde the county from the va is collected; and the same shall be aprlous funds. It being the object of this plied to roads and culverts in each disorder to have the county money draw trict, but the taxes collected for bridge Interest when there Is In the County purposes shall be expended where necesTreasury as amount due the various sary in the discretion of the authorities funds that can be placed on Interest. expending same; and further that all Minutes read and approved and court hands be required to work on the public adjourned. highways by law work 4 days in said L. L. Waggoner, year for 1013, but not more than 2 days Breckenrldge County Court. in each week, except In case emergCourt continued and held encies when such hands may be renJIQ for Breckenrldge county at the quired to work any number of days in court house In Hardlnsburg on Thurs. the week, or year, to meet such emergday. April 3, IOI3. Present Hon. L. L. encies, And that all overseers require Waggoner, Juage of the Breckenrldge the road hands In their district to comCounty Court, presiding, with the fol- ply with this order as required by law. lowing named Justices of the Peace: G. And whereas at a meeting of the A. Wright, G. N. Harris, S. H. Dix, S. County Board of Education of BreckenP. Drury, D. J. Qulggins and B. A. rldge county held on March 21, 1013, it Whlttlnghlll. was ordered that an advalorem tax of 20 cents on each $100 worth of taxable Claim of G. D. Shellraan, pre- , sented property, and per capita tax of $1 on and allowed, and $35 60 each male citizen over 21 years be levitemized Claim of Bradley & Gilbert Co. ied, except such property as exempted presented and allowed, for by law; and whereas a copy of said orcross index book for deeds... I9 50 der has been presented to the court. It Claim of Bradley & Gilbert Co. is ordered that the school tax for the year IOI3, as provided by Sections 98 presented and allowed, for ballot books for November and 09 of the School Law of 1003, be 20 cents on the $100 of taxable election, 1912 Came Justice S. H. Dix and moved property, and a poll tax of $1 on each years of age the court, seconded by Justice G. A. male citizen twenty-on- e Wright, that the levy In Breckenrldge or over, resident In Breckenrldge county for the year 1013, be 18 cents on county, Ky., except In the Cloverport .the hundred dollars in valuable or tax Graded School District, and such able property divided into three funds, other graded school districts and such tO'witt General expense fund which other instances as are exempt by law, shall include the salaries of all officers and a vote being taken on said motion nnd all current expenses, (9) nine cents; the yea and nay vote resulted as folSinking Fund (4) four cents; Pauper lows: G. A. Wright, yea; S. H. Dix, (5) five cents; and each tax so yea; D. J. Quiggins,yea: S. P. Drury, fFtv ll, shall not be directed to any other nay; G. N. Harris, nay; B. A. nay; Judge L. li. Waggoner, ose than that for which it was ed, except as prescribed by law, yea; and said motion having carried is r f FISCAL COURT "THE GREATEST KIDNEY EDY ON EARTH" GRATEFUL WOMAN. REMA - SAYS to-w- it: I want to tell you how much good your Swamp-Rodid me. About four years ago, I suffered from what the doctors called fistula and for two years of that time, I endured what no tongue can tell. I also had intlamatlon of the bladder and I tried doctors' medicines without receiving any help. Someone told mc about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooot t. to-w- lt: Ski - Whit-tlnghi- QSJHRy'w! " rM&ffijflT sryf" W-- Studebaker wagons are made to back up a reputation." "I know, because wagons of every make come into my shop for repairs, and I have a chance to see how few are Studebakers." That's the opinion of thousands of blacksmiths who know the quality of Studebaker wagons. The owners never regretted that they bought Studebakers. " Yes Sir! Tested materials, accurate workmanship insure a wagon unequaled for durability, and this careful selection of wood, iron, steel, paint and varnish has been a fixed rule with the Studebaker Company for sixty years. That is why a Sludebakor wagon run3 easiest and lasts longest. It is built on honor. Whether you live in town or country, there is a Sjludebaker vehicle to fill your requirements for business or pleasure and harness of every description made as carefully as are Studebaker vehicles. See our Dealer or write uu STUDEBAKER NEW YORK WNNEAPOLIS South Bend, Ind. DENVER CITY PORTLAND. ORE. KANSAS DALLAS CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO SALT LAKE CITY After giving it a thorough trial, I received relief, so kept on using it and to day I am a strong and well woman. If I ever foci badly or out of sorts, I take Swamp-Roand it always straightens me out. I honestly believe that this medicine would cure all troubles you recommend It for, and it is a pleasure for me to send my testimony and photograph to you. I think Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is one of the greatest medicines on earth. Respectfully yours, rect. MRS. JOHN DAILY, Respectfully submitted, West Main St., Portland, Ind. S. P. Drury, Subscribed and sworn to before me B. A. Whittinghill, this 12th day of July, I9O9. Is ordered that said report be It 0. A. Bennett, filed. Notary Public. We, your committee appointed bv Letten7to the court to examine the Sheriff's set Dr. Kilmer & Co. tlement and Supplementary report as Blnffhintton. N. Y. presented by H. M. Beard. Clerk and Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You A. R Klncheloe, also the road and Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-ton- , bridge book os kept by Pal Garner. N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will Wo wish to report that we find the convince anyone. You will also receive Sheriff's settlement properly made a booklet of valuable information, tell- and all claims nnd vouchers in their ing all rtbout the kidneys and bladder. proper fund and that same is regular. When writing, be sure to mention The We recommend that the court confirm Breckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ivy. each and all of said settlements, and t Regular and size same shall be recorded. We think the book as kept by Pal Garner is properly bottles for sale at all drug stores. kept. The amounts due each fund and overpaid by each fund is as follows: made the order of this court. Squire Road Fund Whittinghill, Drury and Harris vote First District, overdrawn....! 74 5? against said levy for the reason that 170 3H they opposed that feature of the levy Second District, overdrawn.. 305 37 referring the free labor on the public Third District, due Fourth District, overdrawn.. 1.V7 80 roads and for no other reason. Fifth District, overdrawn 213 00 Game Allen R. Klncheloe and II. M. 3O6 S3 Beard, commissioners heretofore ap- Sixth District, overdrawn.... 3I 80 pointed to settle wl h the sheriff, and General Expense Fund, due.. tendered their report, which is ordered Road and Brldgi Fund overdrawn 4310 79 referred to Squires Wright and Dix for 407 5O examination and their further report. Pauper Fund, overdrawn lsio 09 Came Andrew Driskell, county su- Sinking Fund due 3I53 9O perintendent, and tendered his report Railroad District due 11!)3q 3 as superintendent, which is referred School E'und due It is ordered that said report be filed to Squires Drury and Whittinghill for their examination and their further re- and recorded in the County Court Clerk's office. port. It appearing that the Sheriff has ovMinutes read and approved, and erpaid the road fund in the first discourt ordered adjourned. L. L. Waggoneh, Judge Breckin- trict In the sum of S74.07; and that he has overpaid the road fund in the secridge County Court. At a Fiscal Court continued and held ond district in the sum of $ I76.33; and in and for Breckinridge county on Fri- that he has overpaid the road fund in day, April 4, 1913. Present Hon. L. L. the fourth district in the sum of S157.S0; Waggoner, Judge of the Breckinridge and that he has overpaid the road fund County Court, presiding with the fol- in the fifth district in the sum of $218; lowing named Justice of the Peace, to and that he has overpaid the road fund wit: G. A. Wright, G N. Harris, d. in the sixth district in the sum of H Dix, S. P. Drury, D. J. Quigglns S366.S2. It is ordered that he receive credit for these several amounts In the and B. A. Whittinghill. amount charged to him for these disClaim of W. J. Hall pre- - . tricts for the year 1013; and it further sented and allowed, itemized 201 65 appearing that there is in the hands of On motion of Squire Harris seconded the Sheriff the sum of f3Qo.Ur due the by Squire Wright which motion carroad fund of the third district, he is ried L,. L,. Waggouer, county judge, is ordered and directed to pay said sum authorized to purchase a carpet or to Paul Compton, county treasurer, floor covering and chairs for the Cirwho will to cuit Court room, and an amount suff- district. credit same account of that icient to pay for same is hereby appro(Continued next week) priated payable out of the levy of 1913, not exceeding $200.00, and when 'these supplies are furnished the County A Texas Wonder Treasurer is authorized to pay for The Texas Wonder cures kidney and same upon the order of the County bladder troubles, removing gravel, Judge. Upon motion of Squire Whittinghill cures diabetes, weak and iame backs, seconded by Squire Qulggins a sum rheumatism, and all irregularities of kidneys and bladder in both men sufficient to purchase labor and mate- the and women. Regulates bladder troubrial necessary to keep the publio property, Including Jailor's residence, in les In children. If not sold by your repair and In clean, comfortable anil druggist will be sent by mall on representable appearance and heat and ceipt off 1. One small bottle is two light the same is hereby appropriated months' treatment and seldom fails to payable out of the general expense perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for fund of the levy for 19I3, said sum not Olive Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugto exceed $700 00, said motion carried gists. Advertisement. and is made the order of this court. Upon motion of G. N. Harris second B. F. Powers Dead. ed by D. J. Quigglns this court heretofore ratified the contracts of four rock crushers for the second, third, fifth and Mr. B.F. Powers, a highly respected sixth magisterial districts of Breckin citizen of the county, died Thursday ridge county from the Austin Western evening at his home near Dukes. Mr. Co. Ltd., as entered into by the County Powers has been in poor health for Road and Bridge Supervisor and the several years and for the past year has magistrates of each district of the been confined to his room the greater Breckinridge County Fiscal Court. It part of the time. Few people have is now ordered that the cash be paid, been called upon to suffer as Mr. Pow- ot and the several notes mentioned and provided In said contracts be executed by the proper authorities, the County Judge, County Clerk nnd the Treasurer, and deliver to said Company for and on behnlf of said county and district and the said contract will bo executed as provided, and the yea and nay vote being called for on said question the vote resulted as follows: G. A Wright, yea; G. N. Harris, yea; Sam Dix, yea, D J. Quigglns, yea; B A. Whlttlng-hill- , yea; S. P. Drury, yea; and said motion is declared carried and Is made the order of the court. To all of. which the County Attorney objects and accepts. Catno Justice Drury and Whittinghill the commttteo heretofore appointed the settlement of Andrew Driskell superintendent of public schools, and reported as follows: We, B. A. Whit tlnghlll and S P. Drury, jour committee appointed examine the accounts and reports of Andrew Driskell Superintendent of Public Instruction, beg leave to report that we have carefully examined snld reporc and find It cor- IT i Announcement B. F. Beard & Co., thank the citizens want to of Har-dinsbu- rg and vicinity, in- cluding the Irvington citi- zens, for their help and kindness in our FIRE. We are now located in the City Hall, temporarily, with a full line of goods, ready to serve our customers and supply them with anything they may want. We will rebuild on our old stand as soon as the debris is cleared away and men secured to do the work. Call at the City Hall. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. sSSfii fifty-cen- one-doll- i You Will Need Extra Power I HEN you buy your engine, get it big enough to do more than yqur present work. If it'san I H C engine it will last a long time. Your (aijm work is bound to increase in volilbic. Very likely 3'ou can save yourself the pricerj¬her engine later, by getting an engine a size larger than you need now. When you buy an engine powerful enough to handle 3our work easily while running at the correct speedy you add years to its life. Get your engine big enough and buy an t s 4 t I I H C Oil and Gas Engine You can use it to run any farm machine pump, saw, feed grinder, cream separator, grindstone and on up to a husker and shredder or thresher depending on the size of the engine you buy. The power is so economical, so steady and dependable that I H C engines are in daily use in printing offices, laundries, bakeries, machine shops, mills and factories. An I H C oil and gas engine will deliver 10 to 30 per cent above its rated horse power. All parts are carefully, accurately ground and perfectly balanced. Combustion is perfect andthe maximum power is secured. 1 to Sizes power. Styles stationary, portable, skidded, vertical, horizontal, SO-hor- se -- i I tank-coole- d, hopper-coole- d, air-coole- d. I gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate power, or alcohol. Oil tractors, 12 to for plowing, threshing, etc. Our nearest office will gladly send catalogues and any information desired. 60-hor- se Fuels Office t i Cucuuiti, 0.: Ethit!U, Int.; Knoif ill., Tnn.: Memplii, Tcu.; New Albur, Ind.; PtrLcnbarr. W. V. International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) USA yes- ers has. His suffering was so great at oae time that one of his eye balls burst out of his head, at another time one of his lower limbs had to be operated on and an immense amount of corruption and slabs of the bone removed. Througn it all, he bore up well and seldom ever complained. He leaves a wife and ten children. Interment in tlio terday afternoon. family graveyard near his home, Clarion. "Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal diseasecroup. It has been used with success In our family for eight years " Mrs. L. WhUeacre, Adv. Buluilp, N. Y. 1 df NOTICE FARMERS! THE AGENCY FOR THE Continental Fire Insurance Company, of New York, Farm Department has m. O? MOORMAN, A tionBuaranteed. to me from J. E. Taylor, of Leltchfield, Ky., 1 have the agency for Meade and Breckinridge counties. Anyone who wants proWtion in this old and tried company will write or call me up. Best protection, prompt and liberal adjustments, lowest cost. Satisfac- - lien transferred GKLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY : ,? . ; One Way to Get Even with People is to Pay What you Owe Irvington Hardware O. Implement Co. 1 Salt, Lime, Cement Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, Builders' Hardware, Building Material, Corn Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, TAKE WARNING-Do- n't be Deceived! de Paint, Varnish, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll , When you buy a Delker buggy be sure it fs a "genuine" Qeo. Delker. There are cheap imitations, so don't be misled. The mere fact that a buggy has the name Delker does not signify that it is a high-grabuggy. If it is labeled, "Genuine Qeo. Delker," then the quality is assured and is backed by the best guarantee. Come and inspect our buggies and be convinced as to real quality and finish. 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. Chinaware, Mattings, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook Also Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Fiberoid Flooring, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Etc. OUR SPECIALTIES.'-American Fenco, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. A Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention Complete Line of International Harvester Goods Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, I Cutlery, Seeds x , II i Tuesday for Mrs. Bell Bruicre expects to take the Distr'ct Con- rooms recently vacated by Mrs. T. C. Matthews. We Irvington folks extend our deepLouisville, is Miss Zula Hardin, of Brandenburg, is est sympathy to our neighbor town, Nannie the guest of Miss Evelyn King. Hardinsburg, in its recent loss. Mrs. T. C. Matthews leaves WednesMr. J. A. Warfield, of Macon, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. June Payne, of Chicago, day for Anderson, Ind., to visit her are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Mar- died last Tuesday morning of paralysis. mother, Mrs. Rush. His remains was brought to Elizabeth-tow- n shall. Miss Margaret Conniff visited in Loufor burial. Mrs. Warfield will Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Cold water, a little lard less than spend several days with htr parents, isville last week with ordinary flour and a hot stove is Mrs. G E. Kaginand baby, of Frank- all you need to make the finest of bread Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Henry, before refort, are visiting Mr and Mrs. A. D. out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It turning home. Rev. and Mrs. L. K. May and baby Ashcraft. will save you 20 per cent, on your will leave in a few days for a trip Prof. C. A. Tanner and Rev. Wag- bread bill. Try it. They expect to goner left Tuesday for Atlanta to atMrs. Geo. Lyddan and children spent through Tennessee. visit Chattanooga during the Confedtend the General Assembly. Sunday with Mrs. Sue Jolly. erate reunion. While away their daughMrs. Forrest Heuuchamp, of LouisMrs. C. A. Tanner left Saturday for An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business ter, Marion, will be with her little 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits ville, is with her mother, Mrs. H. J. a visit to friends at Cloverport. friend, Ida Pulliam, in Louisville. Krebs A J B Hottell and E. F. Alexander spent Sunday in the city. BIG WOOL DAY AT IRVINGTON Mrs. Bettie McCall, of Louisville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth At the same place, the same man. STEPHENSPOR T. Hendrick, at Sand Hill. Highest Price Possible will be Paid , Mrs. O C Kitterman and son, left Wednesday for Corydon, Ind. Friday, May 23, 1913 Misses Jennie and Bettie Kincheloe class recital of Mrs. Louis H Annual were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. are relieved at once by an applicaJolly Friday, May 23, eight o'clock p. ALL DAY Tinius last week. tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don's m , in chapel of school building. The rub, just lay on lightly. Bring your wool in dry and in fleeces A. C. McKaughau and family spent public is cordially invited. "Sloan's I.lnlmmit lias dona more to get the most money for same. Wool Sunday with his father, A. B. McKau Rood than anything I havo ever tried Mrs. A. B Suter, of Adams, Tenn., bags at The Irvington Hardware and lor ktitf joints. 1 gut my hand hurt to ghau. bully that I had to stop work right in is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Implement Co. Come as early as possitlio lnilot time of the year. 1 thought Mother's Day was observed here Sun Mrs. T. N McGlothlan. lit lint that I would h.ivo to have uiy NATHAN EHRLICH ble. day in the Baptist church. The church h i ml taken on, but I got a bottle of Moan's Liniment and cured my hand." Hubert Lyons and Gillie Dowell was beautifully decorated with flowers. Wilton Wukullu, ilorns, Ala. spent Saturday in Louisville. An excellent sermon on "Manhood" was Card of Thanks. Sinews Good for Broken Miss Zula Hardin of Brandenburg is delivered by Rev. W. H. F. Jones. G. Q. Josns, ll.ildwln, L. I., write! : We want to thank our friends and e spending the week end with Miss "I used .Sloan's I.lnlment fur broken Yandall Sargent, after being the guest L. D. Fox and son, Otto, were in slneusiib.no the kneecap caused by a neighbors for the sympathy and love King. full and to my great satisfaction waj of Mr and Mrs. W. B. Gardner for some Hardinsburg Monday. PATESVILLE ablo to rt'Biunu work In loss than three) extended to us on account of the death Mrs Aelie Claycomb of Askins was weeks after the accident." who has been with his time, returned to Owensboro Sunday. of our beloved son and brother, L. B. Lester Grant, here last week shopping. Dr. P. H. Nevitt and family, of IrvMcCubbins, who died in National City, uncle, C. C. Grant, of Lodiburg, for the Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marshall returned California, May 12, I9I3. We want es- past month, now has a permanent home ington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Simmons spi from a visit to friends in Larue County pecially to thank Dr. G. E. Shively, with Dr. Lee, of Rome, Ind A. V! Whitworth last week. Sunday at Port Marlows. last week. who so kindly offered his service to O. W. Dowell was in Hardinsburg Children's day service will be observed Several attended court at Hawes Miss Eliza Piggott spent the week bring our loved ones home from the here in the M. E church the fourth Monday. ville Monday. end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. far West. We appreciate it more than Sunday. Fine for Sprain New and line of Millinery Mrs. J. D. Isom died at her borne J. Piggott. Mb, TTnwtv A. Voeiil, 81 Somerset words can teli. We wish we could Miss Lelali B. Hawkins returned from at Mrs Payue's. Sunday of a complication of diseases.! Ht., I'lnhilloM, N. U, writes: "A Mrs. Medford Howard was in Louis- mention the name of each one who so Bowling friend sprained his ankle so badly Green Sunday where she has Andrew Crawford, Sr., has been very The remains was interred in the family that It wont black. He laughed when ville last week. lovingly attended us in our great sor- been attending the Normal. I told him that would have him out ill, but we are glad to say is much im- graveyard. In a week. I applied Sloan's Liniment Albert Moreraen, of Brandenburg, row, but the lack of space will not perand In four days he was working and Prof. Ater and wife have moved to proved. Tobacco plants are scarce. said Sloan's was a right good spent Saturday night with his brother, mit of our saying more than this. May Irvington. Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son, Clifford, On account.of somany attending the Lord bless each and every one of Dr. L. B. Moremen. Price 25c.. New Pattern Hats from Cincinnati at and Mrs. M. L. Roberts, spent Wednesof Elizabeth, 'Board (colored) them is our earnest prayer. 50c. and 91.00 MihS Beulah Mudd, of Louisville, is day and Thursday in Louisville the we had no preaching at the Baptist' Mrs. M. A. McCubbins and Family. Mrs. Payne's. Sloans Jlook the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Benou horses, cuttle, church last Siturday evening. By Mrs. L. D. Fox. The District Sunday School Conven- guests of C J. Perkins. sheep and nett, of Basin Springs. Cold water, a little lard less than poultrysoutfroe. Stephensport, Ky., May 10, 1013. tion will meet here June 5. The citizens Leo King spent part of last week Address of this place are very anxious to have a with ordinary flour and a hot stove is last Tuesday of uric poison. Aftermv all you need to make the finest of bread with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Dr. large delegation fiom over the county. out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It funeral being preached at the lp.pt T Ifc Health a Factor in Success. King, at Hardinsburg. Arrangements will be made to entertain will save you 20 per cent, on your cnurcn by Kev. Henry Craig, tie re Slow bread bill. Try it mains was interred in the Be Our Irvington boys crossed bats with A largest factor contributing to a the visitors. The Miss Cecil Dix entertained the young cemetery. the Hardinsburg team Saturday after- man's success is undoubtedly health. Mrs. W. B. Gardner informally enternoon. The score was 0 to 7 in favor of It has been observed that n man is sel- tained Thursday evening, May 15, it be- people Monday night. Irvington. That's just like our boys dom sick when his bowels are regular uure ror stomach uisordtfs. ing her father's 87th birthday. A center-tabl- e Miss Blanche Martin is visiting her to win. was placed in the parlor on which brother, Guv Martin, of Medora, and he is never well when they are constiDisorders o: tne stomactr mam. M will visit ftiends in Louisville before Mrs. J. C. Payne visited in Hardins- pated. For constipation you will find an elegant cake was placed and held 87 her return. avoided bythe use of Chamber-'- ? nothing quite so good as Chamberiin's candles. Music was rendered by Miss burg last week. Tablets. Many remarkable cures asweu Tablets. They not only move the bowels Esther Payne. Ice cream and cake were CKII OK tons, tHier HMHftot NH't Cm bwu'.effected by these tablets. Sc Mrs. C. A. Penlck has the mumps. but improve the appetite and strengthen served. The wont caiei, no nutter of how long itandlnf, .... n.loro Alt j i . v,i.tv.a. re cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr; Miss Bettie Davis, of Basin Springs, the digestion. They are sold by All Pretty line of Ladies' Slippers at Porter's Antiept!c Healing OIL It rcUere" spent .Suuday with Mrs. Jonas Lyons, Dealers. Fain and Ileal at the ame time. 36c, 60c, t.0. Payne's, RightNow RVINGTON Bro. L. K. May left Shepherdsville to attend ference. Mrs. Essie McCoy, of visiting her mother, Mrs. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK FOR U. S. DEPOSITORY POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS Stiff Joints Sprains.Bruises Rus-kin- L. Walker The Baker i-- Will be ready for business a few' days. Temporary quarters on the t Lrennon JLot. Iiry-len- SLOANS LINIMENT I te t al the-buri- -- HL it ' 'ivl LLHH a d 1 Subscribe We have moved our store across the street in Joseph Teaff's Lb Ll J store where we are prepared to take care of our friends and ZZZZSZS!SL-m.m-mmmm-mmcustomers. New Goods arriving Dally. Full stock of m Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Kodaks and supplies, Sporting Goods. Prescription Department complete, Freshd ' Candies and Soda Water. ffl TWP LLiW LiflLy LH M LLa 1)17 OF1 LH (elem lV TV H JIlV Mm L flfel. t jntt.rujLisLfu.i.-i-j kr. KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY jrveniUCKV ...w ... ..wr I k"