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The Breckenridge news: July 2, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913070201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 2, 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. It CI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 52 Rena Roberts to dinner last Thursday. A number of young people called at the home of Miss Margaret Connlff Friday evening and enjoyed n few pleasant hours. Delightful refreshmunts were served. Epward Taylor has returned to his home in Hodgenville, after a pleasant stay with his brother, Dr. W. B. Taylor. Mrs. W. J. Plggott entertained Miss B. Ada Drury, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Heron, Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan and T. N. McGlothlan to a box party Friday evening at the college to hear Harry Lander and a number of other artists. Miss Rena Hawes, of Yellow Springs, Ohio; Miss Anna Hawes, of Hamilton, Ohio, and Miss Irene Moredock, of Louisville, stopped off Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hawes. They had attended the funeral of Mrs. Mildred Hawes Vickers, who was buried in Hawesvllle Saturday. She was the mother of J. C. Vickers, who is operator at the L., II. & St. L. depot. Mesdames Harry and Clyde Morrison, with their children, have been visiting Mrs. VOL. XXXVII 1ST CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913. LIL- It THE - Mrs. Lud Bowlds Dead. MISSIONARY At MEETING, SUMMERTIME TENTJEETING. Colored Methodists Are Having A Big Revival Splendid Visiting Minister Assists The Pastor- Large Attendance Outside and Inside of Tent. The colored Methodist Chruch South is holding a tent meeting on the lot be. tween their church and Phelon'sTobacco Factory. Dr. Henry, an able preacher, is assisting the pastor, Hayucs. He is certainly putting the gospel to his hearers in plain truths and large crowds arc attending the services. Dr. Henry said Friday night that he used to work in a woolen factory and every yard of cloth he wove was examined to see if the warp rail through the whole piece without a break. He said the same was true of a man's life and religion. That his life would be examined to sec if his religion went clear through and that his work did not stop by singing in the choir or doing just one good thing for the church and God. "You must let your religion go clear through your life and work!" said the visiting minister. The pastor who has done well here, says that Dr. Henry has hurt and hit him. It is hoped the services will do a world of good in Cloverport and many conversions will" be numbered. Mrs. Lud Bowlds, who left here with LIARD NAME GONE. her family February 4 for Denver, Colorado, In search of health, died there June 26, Her body arrived here Juno 30 nnd was taken to the home of her is Lillard Dies At His Home sister, Mrs. Jessie Burnett. Her pastor, and Bur Rev. Drear, of Clifton Mills, was called At Skillman-Fune- ral Monday and preached a beautiful funit! Takes Place Here- - The eral sermon. The intcrmenb took place Rev. Mr. Stout Conducts Ser- at the Dukes burying ground. Mrs. Bowlds leaves a husband and one little daughter, a mother, five sisvices. ters and one brother, Robert Dukes. She was a member of the Presbyterian EIGHTY-ON- E YEARS OLD. church. A kind neighbor, and her Christian life endeared her to all. None knew her but to love her. c funral o Mr. Silas Lillard was at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr. Burton's Mill. ink Fngllsh in this city Wednesday rftilne at 10:30 o'clock. The services pftme conducted by the Rev, Mr. W. W. Garfield Burton Is running his sawV Stout, of Hawesvllle, and the interment mill on the East river bank at Second Mr. Burton has been in the took place In the Cloverport Cemetery. Street. country noma business since he was fiftoen years of Mr. Lillard died at nis Ills death was age. Ho is running his engine with t Sklllman Wednesday. unexoected on account of his aa- - coal instead of wood, and this is quite jrnced age and his falling health. For a Protection to theEnst Side residents. 'months or a year he had been very He runs a fine mill and saws pretty ak. often falllnc white walking In wood. People who have never seen a interesting. ha house or yard. These falls were sawmill will find it kept the family trv trvlne on him and a, o toQ nr rntitmtit nnxletv. Durlncr Rates To Louisville For te Illness ho was very patient and it July The Fourth to bring out all the kindness of ?med Instead of making him hard Special rates at all L.t H. & St. L. to care for and to nurse mrougu uie points to Louisville July 2, 3 and 4th. l3LMrv Vift..rc if Jilc nlrl ncrt fpMr. Lillard was elghtyone years old Return limit July 7. Fare from Clo. January 27 and was oorn in uanviue,-JCy- verport to Louisville and return $2.08. He came to Cloverport when a D. J. Bivin Died Suddenly. kiv. He encraeed In the tobacco busi brother, the late Mr. John ness with his Yesterday morning at press hour Mllard, both then succeeded and accu- - telephone message from our correstnalated comfortable means. Mr. pondent at Toblnsport announced tho farm and orooerty In this city is sudden death of Dudley J. Blvin which 4r .n v.;cnin Mrs. English. She and occurred Thursday night about 9:30. daughter are the only ones of his Death resulted from heart failure. Mr. omediate family left. He was unmar Bivin was up and about all day apried. parently as well as ever. While at the Mr, Lillard was a gteat lover of home of J. H. Payne in the afternoon .( yng anu tms was ma pasumo im he became ill and had to He down. his younger years he hunted a Later In the evening he started for the In It deal and one time went on a big home of his daughter and on the way in Arkansas. In the party were: was obliged to stop again at the home Lrs. David Oglesby. Richard Witt, of Cass Gardner where he passed away fames Stephens. This was a happy upon the porch a short while after. Dr. rtorv to him. Mr. Lilliard talked ot White was at his side before he died. ke old times very frequently, but The funeral was held Saturday. Can Iserlous talks during the last two nelton Enquirer. Irs were about his preparation for st pilgrimage and it was the pieas- Crowe-Bartlothe Rev. Mr. Cottrel to De witn n these occasions. Miss Olive Louise Crowe, daughter of fiss Laura Murphy and Mrs. John to attend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crowe of this city ford came from Skillman will be married next Saturday, June 28, Efuneral. to Mr. Henry Bartlow, of Cloverport, Ky. The ceremony will be performed at the Whitworth A Winner. M. E. parsonage in Troy by the pastor, is a Rev. J. T. Shearls. The bride-elemember af this years graduating class of nearly every precinct in ports from letaridge county show that the the Rockport High School. Rockport Democrat. Locrats are behind Whitworth and jI11 rarrv almost the solid Dem- h Nicholas-Wilso- n. fRtic vote giving him a heavy major- this county. In Hancock county in will receive the bulk of the vote Mr. Eddie Nicholas and Miss Emma ere. The leading Democrats from all of the County so declare. Thus Wilson went to Hardinsburg Monday rts fcurlne hlra a good majority in Han- - where they wee united in marriage. ceck. In Meade he is running a close They are well known young people of cond with prospects favorable to break Eastland. The bride has been making ?eh. The sentiment throughout the her home with Sirs, Jake Wcatherholt Btire district is we 'want a man in the and the groom works at the .Murray Tile fenate with a clean record and all rec- - riant. gulze in Whitworth such a man. : Glendean In August All Day Program Arranged For The Woman's Missiosary Auxiliary Many Visitors-Mu- ch Going and Of Baptist Church. Coming During the Hot Weather-Young People Entertain Hardinsburg, July 1, (special) The Misprogram of tho Baptist Woman's and Being Entertained-Oth- er sionary Uuion Auxiliary to the Items. Association, to be held In Glen Breck-enridge Dean August 6th, I9I!) is as follows: MORNING Devotional Exercise, Mrs. W. C.Moorman. ' Welcome Address, Miss Ella Whltting- hill. Response, Mrs. H, B. Head. Annual Address, Mrs. Thomas Gregory. Our School Girl in China, Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot. Mountain Youths Our Special Charge, Mrs. J. T. JoneM. NOON FORTY NOTES OF NEWS. Devotional Exercise, Mrs. E. O. Cottrel. Business. -- Personal Work, Miss Emma Leachman. The Baptist Orphans, Miss Priest. My Work in the East, Miss Sallle Priest. News From Our Ports, Miss Beulah Payne. EVENING Conference of Presldedts Address by Dr. Powell Big Lamb i Shipments. Miss Helen Board is visiting Miss Katherine Cox in Madlsonvllle. Mrs. Wheeler, of Louisville, gave a temperance lecture at the M. E. church Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selzer, of New Albany, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Selzer. Mrs. J. H. Hobson has returned to her home In Roosevelt, Okla., after several months visit to friends and relatives in this vicinity. James Owen and Crafton Cuning-haleft Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cunningham in Chenault. W. T. Mitts, of Chattanooga, Tenn., is in our town. Miss Maggie Carter has returned to Cloverport. She was accompanied home by Miss Maggie Greenwood. Miss B. Ada Drury, of Louisville, is visiting her sister Mrs. R. B. McGloth-lan- . m J. C. Morrison. Mrs. J. K. Bramlette is very ill at this writing. Mrs. J. H. Shewmaker, of New Mid dleton, Ind., and Mrs. H. S. Evans, of Columbus, Ohio, have been visiting Mrs. C. O. Kitterman. Master Ruskin Kitterman returned home with them. Found Dead in Bed. Aunt Susan Higdon, colored, was found dead in bed Monday morning. She was one, If not tho oldest colored person in town and was very active for her age, Sunday afternoon the old auntie walked a square to see her daughter. Her death occurred at the home of her daughter, Emma Higdon, with whom she lived. Her family and friends thought very much of her and her death was a shock to them. Foundry Wins Case and Money For Golden Girl. The Cloverport Foundry received information Monday that Judge Layman's decision was in their favor in the suit against Rounds & Jesse, of Owensboro. The founnry got judgment for full amount, of their claim, interestand costs, amounting between $6000 and $7000. Claud E. Mercer, of Hardinsburg, was attorney for the plaintiff, and the Hon-T- . W. Ellis, of Owensboro, for the defendant. 11 L,tl-.- 'er Five carloads of lambs went out from Vine Grove to the Louisville market. Hunt & Nelson shipped three loads and Coffman & Riley two. Seven cents was the prevailing price. Yesterday's shipments practically completed the market in the lamb center of Hardin. E'town News. .... 1.1- Death of Abner Goodman. Abner Goodman, 78, a native of Hardin county, died suddenly of heart trouble at Durant, Okla. , where he resided with his son, Arthur Goodman. He spent practically all of his life in the southwestern part of this county. He removed to Breckenridge county and later to Oklahoma about five years ago. Mr. Goodman was a member of the Methodist church and leaves four children. The burial took place at Hardinsburg. E'town News. w. Makes a Visit Home. Mrs, Ike Meyer returned to Nashville Friday after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry May. Mrs. Meyer travels extensively with Mr. Meyer and says in the midst of it all when the longing comes for home, she starts back for Cloverport. Her trip this time was to get J. E. Keith & Sons to place monuments to the graves of her mother and father. En route Mrs, Meyer visited her sister, Mrs. G. W. Roth, at Ind., who is in ill health. They both appreciated very much the service given in memory of their sister, Mrs. Ella Simons. Mor-gantow- ct n, Baptist Sunday School Has Annual Picnic. The Cloverport Baptist Sunday Hook Names Deputies. larried In Morganfield. T. J. Hook has been announced as candidate for Sheriff for several weeks and Is now in a position to name his deputies. In the second district, Marion McGavock; third district, J. A. O'Brien; fourth district, Rufus St. Clair; fifth district, Tee Alexander; sixth district, Ves Smith. We solicit the support and Influence of all Democrats, for T. J. Hook. this ticket, School, the largest in the county, gave its annual picnic at Oglesby 's Grove rsranfielil. K v.. June 27. Miss Alice r and Mf. Walter Young were mar- the hAuie of the bride's father, tit Attorney G. T. Berry, last night. he same hour, Miss Kathryn .Lilly asLitiefL to Mr. Webster bugg at uie i of County Judge J. E, Lilly. Af- : ceremonies, both couples left lor Btera trip in Mr. Young's touring Iflit brides are unusually beautiful It'nt o firls. Mr. Young is a prominent Swiming Party Has a and Mr. Suck a wealthy farm- Happy Time Saturday. lieir weddings were Uie most inter- locial event of the season. Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps, of the East Side, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benen, of Fraize The Same. r. Yy the West Side, gave a delightful trip on their launches to the sand bar SatUie recent warm spell Mr. urday afternoon. After the guests had tie's health has not been at its a grand swim and loads of fun in the kioet giving down completely. sand, they were taken across to the he is able to sit up during rocks at LUtle Tar Springs where sup ae day and is getting along per was served. this week. Thursday. One hundred and twenty were present and enjoyed a delightful Cain. outing. Mr. Chas. Hall put up swings Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell spent the for the children and young people and week end with Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins other outdoor arausemnts were furnGarfield. ished a good time. A big basket dinner Smith at J. T. Brown and Miss Ida Foy, of was served with ice lemonade. Fulton, attended the funeral of Mr. Hurlbut Cain at Bewleyvillo WednesFourth of July Meeting day. We extend our sympathy to the For the Children. family and friends of this bright young man. Mrs. James Witt and children are The Junior Division of the Woman's visiting in Bewleyville. Missionary Society of the Methodist Wayno Klmbley, of Beaver Dam, has church will celebrate their first annid guest of Mr. and Mrs. devo- been the versary this afternoon. After a Howard, He was accompanied tional service at 2 o'clock, lead by Mr. Wayne Howard. Harry Chris, refreshments will be home by Master The Victor Victrola recital which was served by Miss Helen Kingsbury, the and Miss Jeanette given Friday evening under the auspices fourth of the of Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, was quite a Burn, the flrsi Young People's Missionary Society. success. Mrs. T. J. Atkinson left Monday for All children of the Sunday School are cordially invited and requested to be St. Louis to see her brothor, John Wiseman, who is very low with there at 2 p. m. sharp. Med-forvice-preside- nt, vice-preside- nt Mrs. Addie Brown and daughter, Mary, of Lewisport, came Friday to visit Mrs. Luther Wilson. Mrs. Mattie Miller, of Ekron, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sipes. Misses Elisabeth Moorman and Ruby Haynes Hook have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs. R. G. Herman, of Tell City. Mr. and Mrs. John Lanham and children are visiting in Fordsville. Miss Alieen Hardaway, of Bewley-villis the guest of Mrs. John Galloway. Miss Mary Alexander spent the week end with Miss Mary Nevitt at Basin Springs. Miss Elizabeth Cain is the proud of a new piano. Eastman Kodaks and kodak supplies at Irvington Pharmacy. Ed Morrison has returned home after a lengthy visit to friends in and Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Foote, of Lebanon, came Saturday for a yisit to Dr. P. W. Foote. Mrs. Adele Connlff left Monday for a visit to relatives in Frankfort. Rex Scoot Fly, a treat to your horse, 011 sale at Irvington Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McCoy, of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. G. L. Brady. The Housekeepers League met List Thursday afternoon. A very interesting program was carried out. Mrs. L. K. May and Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft served delightful refreshmr nts. Miss Cordio Wallace, of Corbin, Is with her; sister, Mrs, W. N. Holt. Mrs. J. C. Payne and daughter, Susie Thomas, have returned from a trip to Leitchfield. Miss Bettle Lee Jolly, of Bewley-vlllis the guest of Miss Elizabeth e, or Ow-ensbo- ro Judge Moorman Here. Judge Henry Moorman, of Breckenridge county, was here last week looking after his candiaacy for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney in this district. Judge Moorman says he finds matters in excellent shape in this county, and that he is counting on old Grayson to give him a big vote. The Judge has so many relatives and friends in Grayson that the great majority of the voters seem to consider him a native Graysonite. Leitchfield Gazette. 5 Close Of a Blameless Life. The whole city was greatly shocked Monday by the announcement of the death of Mr. H. V. Cain, which occurred at 10:20 that morn-n- g. Mr. Cain was operated on Saturday for appendicitis but on account of the operation having been delayed so long, the appendix had burst and notwithstanding the fact that the finest surgical skill was employed and all that loving hands could do was done he lost a brave fight for life. Hurlbut Vincent Cain was born in Breckinridge, County, Kentucky, December 20. 1800. He received his early training in the schools of that county. He attended the Western Kentucky State Normal at Bowling Green, taking a B. S. degree from that institution. After teaching a year, he returned to Bowing Green where he graduated kia shorthand in the Bowling Green Business University, in May 1911 he resigned a position with the Mississippi & Yazoo Valley Railroad at Greenwood, Miss., to accept a position in the law offices of J. S. Dickey, Jr., in this city, where he remained till a few weeks since when, without ony solicitation on his part, he was appointed deputy clerk of the Coun ty Court, which position he held at the time of his death. Mr. Cain was a consistent member of the South Methodist Church and was one of the stewards in that church: he was also treasurer of the Sunday School and an active member of the Epworth League, Those who knew Mr. Cain best loved him most. In every action ho was a gentleman. In speech ho was always kind and considerate. He was a loyal, true friend and his great delight was to be of service to his friends, His was one of the brightest minds in the city. He had quite a great deal of literary and was a strong, forceful speaker. Above all, he was an earnest, devoted Christian who lived every day right up to those principles which he knew to be right. His life was pure and an inspiration to all who knew him. The funeral services occurred Monday night at the residence of Mrs. W. II. Harlan, where he had made his home for over a year. Dr. Brewer, of the Methodist church, conducted the services and pronounced a beautiful eulogy over the remains of this young man of whom he said, "he had no superior in the whole city.", In his death, not only bis friends and relatives' suffer a loss, but the whole city sustains a lose lu the death of Mr. Cain. He is survived by two sisters and brothers Miss Florence Cain, Louisville, Ky.; Miss Beverley Cals,, Kansas Hawesville Girl Wins Honor At College. Miss Martha Hall Newman, who is at home for a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newman, has been honored by having awarded to her for merit by the Neff College of Philadelphia a free scholarship in that institution. What rtdds special importance to the offer is that Miss Newman was the one chosen from 600 of the students at Belmont college, where she has been in school, for this unique distinction. She w ill probably take advantage of the offer at the opening of the next scholastic year. The Clarion. Petitions Rolling In. e, tuber-culosi- s. Ir. Taul Better. n iasttrettce the ill two week. He left Itting for Staipte, oea- gntor, Miss iMHtt Tsui, well-know- Swiming Parties the Fourth of July.. Several parties are golag to Little Tar. Springs to spend th Fourth of July. Soma are golag Id the morals? awl ethers will fellew is the afteraeea. Swiatlaff, plaaieiag aad raetioatiag wiU Me mfayi by the iHffefeat arw Gus 'Gardner Dead. Gus Gardner died in the Infirmary at Evaasville Sunday morning after an illness of sometime. He had been sadly aflliotad for several years. His body wm brought ta his honae at Toblaeport for atrial, ' Prof. J. B. Cassiday, president of the Richmond Female College, was In town Tuesday in the interest of his school. He also called on a few old friends. Misses Julia and Maggie Greenwood entertained Mrs. J. N. Lyddan, Myrtle LyddaH, Mrs. Tom Lyddau, Mrs. Geo. LyiWaa, Mrs. Werlaa4 Carter awl Miss The following petitions in the August Primary have been filed since our last report. Democrats D. H. Severs, Representative; Calvin Hendrick, Jailor; G. W. Wilburn, Justice of the Peace, 5th District; Henry Cashman, Assessor; W. W. Pool, Justice of the Peace, 6th District; C. V. Robertson, County Court Clerk; J. M. Lewis, Jailor; W. D. Wllson,Surveyor; J. M. Withers, Judge; H F. Matthews, Judge; J. R. Jolly, Justice of the Peace, 1st District; Thos. S. Dodson, Justice of the Peace, Sth district; N. T. Mercer, Justice of the Peace, Gth district; Wm. Pool, Jailor; A D. Squires, Assessor; P. R. Claycomb, Representative. Progressive Wm. Ahl, County Judge; G. A. Wright, Representative; A. T. Adkins, County Clerk; Jesse Eskridgo, County Attorney; G. 0. Blanford, Sheriff; J. B. Stinnett, Constable, 1st district; H. O. Bennett, Justice of the Peace, 5th district, Republican W. T. Macey, Representative; Davis D. Dowell, County Judge; D. C'. Heron, Justice of the' Peace, 4th District; B. A. Whlttinghlll, Justice of the Peace, 6th district; D. J. Quigglns Justice of the Peaee, fith district; A. MtCsador, Jailor; S. B. Laslle, Justice of jlhe Peaoe, 3rd dUtrlst; Aba Beatwtt, d turtle of th City, Mo.; Dr. W, TCalB.uSWoed, 5th District; Lleyl H.Cex, Cor North Dttketa, awl R. JCaia, Irvlag. tea, Ky. Wagoner County 'Courier. Mr. I Fm, y COl-- i 4fi;r- - - .3 N ii d j L ANNOUNCEMENTS Pw We TtK rmtdc Mm ortitrof this eourt. b Stale Swtc being voted upon was carried and is made the order of this court. This day came Dennle Sheeran nnd S. W. Bassett, C. A. Tucker, R. O. Perkins and A. T. Beard, his deputies, olcctlon August 2. 1013. J. W. TRENT, who after being duly sworn, according of Custej. as a candldato for Superintendent Wo aro mithorlrcd to announce of Public Schools of Urecklnrldgo county sub- to statute, turned Into, and presented THIS HON. I). H. SEVKUS, . ject to the action of tho Democratic party In to court their list of delinquents for of Ctovornort, hi a candldato for RoprMon-trttlv- o Primary election August S. the year I9IS as follows! county, subject to of llrcokpriridgc tlie action of tlio Democratic I'arty, Primary We aro authorized to announco 1st Dlst 202 lists election Aug. 2. II. A. ATER, 2nd " Wo nro Authorized to announce 132 " of Illusion, ns n candidate for Supcrln JE8SB H. MILLKlt, sondent of Public Schools of lireckenrldgo 3rd " 131 of Samplo. f h a candidate for Representative county, subject to tho nctlon of tho Demo- 4th " 233 " county, subject to tlio Ret- cratic party lu Primary election August 2nd. of llrcckciirlilRo urn of tho Democratic party, Primary elec5th " HI ' tion Auffut)t2iid. For Sheriff 6th " 200 " Wo aro authorized to nnnounce Upon motion of Squiro Whittlnghlll, Wo are authorized to announce MOORMAN DITTO, J. W. FRENCH, seconded by Squire Harris, which moof Glon Doan, as a candldato for Represe- of Stephcnsport, in a candldnto for Sheriff tion carried, it is ordered that the fore ntative of UrockonrldRo county, subject to tho nctlon of tho Democratic party In Prlmnry of Rrcckcnrldgo county sublcct to tho nctlon of the Democratic party, primary election, going delinquent list bo allowed, and Election August'.', Augusts, 1913. the Commissioners appointed to settle For Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announce with the Sheriff arc directed to give S. T. SMITH, Wo are authorlaod to announce credit to the Sheriff in their settlement of Glen Dean, as a candldnto for Sheriff of for said delinquents for the year J. R. LAYMAN, I9I2. tho nctlon of of BUzabctlitowii, as a candldato for Circuit Rrockonrldgo county subject to election Aug, Upon this vote Sqqlre Drury voted in Judgo of tho Ninth Judicial District, subject tho Democratic party, primary , 1013. to the action of tho Democratic party In the the negative Primary oloctlon August 2. Wo are authorized to announco Upon motion of Squire Wright, sec T. J. HOOK, For Commonwealth's Attorney onded by Squire Dix, it is ordered that of Hardlnsburg, as a candldato for Sheriff Wo aro authorized lo announce of lireckenrldgo county subject to tho action the County Treasurer, when in his of tho Democratic party, Primary election judgment the interest .JUDGE HENRY DeIIAVKN MOORMAN of the county Augusts, 1913. of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Common, demand it and It can be prudently done, woal tb's Attorney In tho Oth Judicial District We aro authorized to announce subj ect to tho action of tho Domocratlc party deposit on time certificate such bal Primary oloctlon Aur.S. 1013. FINLEY MILLER, of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of ances as may be due the county from Rrocklnrldge county subject to the action of the various funds. It being the object For County Judge. the Democratic party. Primary olcctlon Aug. of this order to have the county's monWo aro authorized to announco ey draw interest when there Is in the II. K. MATTHEWS, For Jailor of Axtel, as a candid to for Countv Judgo County Treasury an amount duo the of Ilrockonrldgo county subject to the action common funds that can be placed on party, Primary election of tho Domocratlc Wo are authorized to announco August S. II3. interest. ROE HOOK. We aro authorized to announce of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Jailor of L. L Waggoner, J. B. C. C. lireckenrldgo county, subject to tho action J. M. MULLEN, At a Fiscal Court continued and held of the Democrats In Primary Election, Vug. 2. of Oloveport, us a candldato for County In and for Breckinridge county at the Judge of llrockenrldgo subject to tho action of tho Democratic party, primary election We arc authorized to announco Court House in Hardlnsburg on Thurs Augusts G. W. MILLER, day, April 3, loll? Present Hon. L. L of Kirk as a candldato for Jailor of Itrcck- Wo aro authorized to announco enrtdge county subject to tho action of the Waggoner, Judge Breckinridge County .TAS. M. WITHERS, Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. Court, presiding with tho following of Kirk, as a candldato for County Judge, of Ilrockonrldgo countv. subject to tho action We arc Authorized to announco named justices, to wit: G. A. Wright, Party, Primary election of tho Democratic t TIOE HENDRICK, Aug. 2. G. N. Harris, S. R Dix, S P. Drury, as a candidate for Jailor of Breckcnrldgo We aro atitliorlr.ca to announce D. J. Quiggins nnd B. A. Whittlnghlll. county subject to tho nctlon of tho DemocraSAM II. MX, tic party at the August Primary. Tho following claims were presented of Stnphonsport, nsa candldato for County Judgo of lirfckonrldjro county, subject to and allowed: Wo aro authorized to announce tho action of tlm Democratic pirty. PriG. D. Shellman J. M. LEWIS, J35 00 mary election August Slid. of Hnrdlnhurg, ns a cnndldatu for Jailor, Bradley & Gilbert Co. 19 50 Wo are authorized to announce subject to the action of the Democrat party Bradley & Gilbert Co., BalIn the August Primary. R. T. DEMPSTER, DR. lots for Election, Nov. Igl2. of Glen Doan. us a cindldato for County 113 11 Judge of Ilreckunrldiro county, subject to We aro authorized to announce Came Justice S. H. Dix and moved tho action of tho Democratic party Primary CALVIN HENDRICK, .lit.. elect 'on, August. Unil. the court, seconded by Justice G. A. of New Hcthol. as a candldato for Jailor, subject to the action of tin Democratic Pri- Wright, that the levy in Breckinridge Wii aro authorized to announce mary Election August 2. 11)13. MIKE MILLER, county for the year IOI3 be 18 cents on of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for County the hundred dollars in value of taxable Tor Assessor Judgo of Iircckumldge county subject to th party. Prluutry action of tho ' property, divided into three funds to election August r are authorized to announce wit: General expense fund whichshall HENRY CAS1IMAN Include the salaries of all officers and For County Attorney of Raymond, as u cnudldato for Assessor of Hreckonrldge county, subject lothn action all current.dxpenses nine (9) cents; of tho Democratic party In Primary Election sinking fund four Wo aro authorized to announce (4) cents; pauper Augusts. My Deputies: Forrest Jennings, V. O. IIAIIRAOE. Cloveruort. Joel liruner, Custer; Taylor of Cloveroort, as a ctndldutu for County At- Tate. Hardlnsburg; James C. Mattlngly, Ax- fund five (5) cents, and each tax so torney of lireckenrldgo county, subject to tel. levied shall not be directed to any oththo action of tho Democratic party. Primary er purpose than that for which it was oloctlon August 2nd We are authorized to announce levfed, except as prescribed by law, ANDREW D. SQUIRES Wo aro authorized to announce of Married, as u candidate for Assessor of and further that there be levied a per JUIK1E II. G. MURRAY. ' llieckenrldge comity subject to the action of of Hardlushurg, as a candldato for County thn Democratic party, primary election Aug. capita, or poll tax on each male, 21 Attorney, subjo I to tho action of tho Demo- Snd. years of age.or over, resident 'in the cratic party at tho August Prlm-ircounty aforesaid, of ($1.50) one and We are authorized to announce For County Court Clerk fifty hundredths dollars for said year JOHN W. KENNEDY, Assessor of of 1913, and said poll tax so levied otllaned. as u andldale for the announce We aro authorized to Hrecklnrldpe county subject to action o( JOHN E. MONARCH. the Democratic party. Primary olcctlon Aug shall be apportioned to the following of Kirk, as a candldato for County Court purposes to wit: For road purposes twenty five cents and for general excourt that we rescind revoke and hold pense fund, one dollar and twenty five FISCAL COURT for naught our action on yesterday, for cents, and said tax of twenty-fiv- e cents shall be devoted to work upon the reason that we are now of the and expenses of working the public opinion, from an examination of the highway in the district in which it is April Term. 2 day of April. 1913. statutes and decisions under the same, collected, and further that the levy for 12 Ivincheloo Claim of Dr. J that we did not proceed regularly and road and bridge purposes be and re51 35 did proceed irregularly and illegally, for vaccine points, allowed. main at the same heretofore levied; 25 Inasmuch as we are now of the opinion Thomas lMeasant, smallpox on the $100 in value of taxable 8 00 from reading the djcislon of the Court cents claim allowed property, but divided as follows: twen of Appeals, construing this statute in Claim of 11 A. Whittlnghlll, ty cents for roads and five cents for 7 50 the case of Bath county, ex rel Brown allowed bridges, and further that taxes col On motion of Squire Whittinghill, vs Daugherty, 08 S. W. page 436, and road purposes from property Is or- from reading section 01(8 of the Ken lected for seconded by Squire Quiggins, it situated in each Magisterial district of dered that II. M. Heard be, and he Is tucky Statutes, we are now convinced county shall be allotted to each disall mortgages that before electing, or undertaking to the ordered to trict in which it is collected, and the Breckelect a County Treasurer, it was first same shall be applied to roads and cul in the County Clerk's office of inridge county in the same manner necessary for this court to consider, verts in each district, but the taxes deeds are generally indexed, now to be discuss and vote on the necessity and collected for bridge purposes shall be approved by the Fiscal Court, and for advisability of creating or establishing expended where necessary in the dis Obis to receive $400. such an office, and that no power ex such work he cretlon of the authorities expending jected to by Mr. Eskridge because not cept this court can determine this same, and further, that all hunds re let to the lowest bidder. Squire Dix question. quired to work on the public highway Now in order that we may f roceed voted nay because It wasn't the latest by law work lour (4) days in said year improved stylo and wasn't the lowest regularly and legally, it is ordered of 1913, bu,t not more than two (2) days bid, that the order under which wo under- in each week except in cases of emer$19 "3 took to elect a County Treasurer ns Pat Sheeran claim allowed.. gency, when said hands may be re Moved by Squire Drury, seconded above set out be rescinded, revoked quired to work any number of days In by Squire Wright that Court adjourn and held for naught," and moved its week or year to meet such omer and reconvene next week, giving tho adoption, seconded by SquireWhittlng-hill- , the to conmagistrate In .each district time aud the vote being taken the ressider and look into the delinquent list. olution was declared lost. for each district. Which motion being It is ordered by (he court that the put was lost. office of Commissioner and Receiver of S H. Kinoheloe, Breckinridge county be and tho same Claim, Allen is hereby abolished, and G. D. Shell-maIt K. Com., to be paid out $50 00 ofR. iL.fumU Cm nnd Kec'r of Breckinridge Three Jersey Cows. Came Justice G. A. Wright und of- county, ts ordered and directed to pay Two with calves, the fered the following resolution, viz: into Uio hands of Paul Compton, Treas"Whereas, It appears tfiat or yoster urer Elect) upon his qualification, all other a four gallon day (April 1, VH'-i- this court undertook funds in his huuds. It is further orderto elect a County Treasurer for Rec. for ed that the office of Com and cow and bred. county, add whereas, it seams tho R. R, tux district be and the samo tnatUie (Jaunty Judgo was mistaken is harehy abolished, nid Allen K. Respectfully, as to Ms and our duties In the prom- Kjnchcloe, the Com. for tho R. K. tax ises, iiiitfjjiroiiult him and others, we district, is ordered and dlrectedto pay to our prlyijogus, to Paul Cpmpton,,Treasurer Kloct, all wereauitfafciuK-powqjrs, opt'jus pud duties In the funds In his hands, upon his qualificat" -' HardintflHU-u- , Ky. premised ion. Upon motion of'Squjr DJx, secTherefor.., JJe it resolved by" this onded by Squiru Harris,, said ordor It o ". to unmvuncA iw t JWWfc WJtITWOKTII, f Ht(UitMwrK. im a curolklato for tlio (Unto ivMto, iwhfcxn to tho ncilon of tli Pmoio- VIO. KOMKRTSON, cniMo puny, l'rliHry election Aiuii'i S of Olrn Dean, as a candidate for County Court Clerk, of Ilrcckcnrldge county subJoct V? o are Mi'thorUed to nnnounce to the action of tho Democratic party, PriI). 0. ORAY, mary election August 2. MomloeoHFity. ai a CiimlHlate for tlio State Senate, unlijcrtto tliu nctlon of tlio DemWo are authorized to nnnounco ocratic party, 1'rlmnry oloctlon August g. W. T. GREGORY, Jr. of Garfield. a5 a candidate for County Clerk. For Representative subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party Primary election August 2. Wo art nuiliorlred to announce l'KYTON U CliAYCOMM. For Superintendent Public Schools of Welwtor, naa rniidtdnte for Itepretciitn-tlr- o of llrockonrnlRo county, itulijcct to the We nro Authorized ts announce art Ion of tlio Democratic party. Primary hl Upon motion of Squire Whlttinfchill, Squirt Qutffgint, 'which county, subject to th motion carried, it la ordered that the Clork f RreckenrWse ckn of the Df wtocVftMe party In Primary salary of Paul Compton, County TreasKlectlofl Amk-h- . urer, be and the same is fixed at the sum of $250 prr annum, payable quarWe aro authorized to announce MCotHtod by terly. Moved by Squire Harris, seconded by Squire Dix, that the amount of Che bond of the County Treasurer heretofore fixed In the sum of 30,000, be now reduced to 25,000. Said motion Hfi YOONEED -- ITTi 11 H - - .. ifl j H I This Hot Weather and we can save you money on I I Perfection Gil Stove Boss oven, Glass Door 5i A New 8 1 4 Burner, with 3 npfial Prirpc fnr Tpn Have j $12.00 $10.00 ., Burner, with Boss oven, Glass Door Boss oven, Glass Door $2.50 1 Itr ..... B. F. Beard & Co HaLrdinshurg Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BAN Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 j U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUND! SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits Safe Place to do Business genoy and cross-indo- x FOR SALE! n, ) llreck-iurldg- e P. Mi. BEARD, - t that all overseers require the road hands in the district to comply with this order as required by Jaw.' And whereas, at a meeting of the County Board of Education of Brcck. inrldge county, held on March 21, 1913, it was ordered that an advalorem tax of 20 cents on each $100 worth of taxable property, and a per capita tax of $1.00 on each male citizen over 21 be levied except such property as is exempt by law, artd whereas, a copy of said order has been presented to this court, it is ordered that the school tax for the year 1q13 as provided Sees, 08 and 00 of the School Laws of 1003, be 20 cents on tho 100 worth of taxable property, and a poll tax of $1,00 on euch male citizen 21 years of age or over, resident In Breckinridge county, Kentucky, except in the Cloverport Graded School District, and such other Graded Sohool Districts, and such other instances as are exempt by law, and a vote being taken on said motion, the yea aud nay vote resulted as follows: G. A. Wright, yea;S H. Dix, yea: D, J. (Julggins, yea; S. I Drury, nay, G. N. Harris, nay; B. A. Whittlnghlll, nay: Judge L. h. Waggoner, yea. Said motion having carried Is made the order of this court. Squires V.'hitv tlnghill,' Drury aud Harris voted against said levy for the rensou that they opposed that feature of the levy referring to free labor on 'the public roads and for no other reason. Came Allen K, Kincheloe and II. 31, Heard, Commissioners heretofore appointed to settle with the sheriff, tmd tendered their report which is Qftk-m- i referred lo Sqvds Wright and Dtx Uf Q.vuuitiMioH and thir ixuihm Contiaud Ml MHI 1 DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Veterinary Surgeon and Dentisi Office in Miller & Ball's Livery StabU Hardinsburg, Ky. , o Prepared to treat all animals. Special attention given calls All diseases. Surgery and Dentistry a specialty at all hours)V FLOYD GILLIATT, fc HOE V. M. D. HOE ST""1- DC HAY, OATS AND CORN HESTON, WHITWORTH & lHeerpertit All Kinds of Feed Stuff ' Car Load Lots a Specialty n Ajpk urn lot p1 ft. price onbricl Hardinsburg, Ky. i? id n v. VOTE FOR VIC. ROBERTSON FOR' re i 1 County Court Clerk Democratic Primary SATURDAY, AUG. 2rvd. 1913 vmm hot WEATHER EVENTS Ike Goes On Texas in a touring car, covering eight hundred miles. Miss Beard is very enthusiastic in her praises of Texas, speaking of how progressive they are, some of the land selling for one hun dred and fifty dollars per acre. Graham Eskridge is here from Washington, D. C, for a three weeks' visit to his mother, Mrs. Addle Eskridge. Dr. E. L. Shepherd held quarterly meeting at Fairview, and on Monday came in town for a few hours' visit to his friends. W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, and G. A. Wright, of McQuady, were in. town on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hawkins are the guests of Mr. Micajah Robbins and family. Miss Mary Franklin Beard, who has been in East Orange, N. J ,.for the last ten months studying music, has returned home for the vacation. On her way home, Miss Jeard stopped in Herndon, Va , for a vlsit'to Miss Louise Aud. Henry Trent, of Custer, and Lee Walls have purchased the livery stable from Ball and Miller. Mrs. Jube Hook has returned from a visit to her son, Tom Hook, in Louis ville. Just The Same Seat-Peo- ple At Vis-kitin- g, tjhe County Going And Coming-Mi- ss laswell Wins Success. 1SS BEARD RETURNS Save money Not for to hide it in a hedge, Nor for a train attendant, HOME But for the glorious privilege Of being independent. Burns Miss Hannah Beard is home from Xavao wliArp ftha has been ..w. f MV1GUOI teaching Expression. Miss Beard, Miss fees Stowers, Mr. and Mrs. wu- made, a ten days' trip througn. r i. i-- Miss Hallie Brown came up from Narrows Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brown. Willie Hoben is in Louisville. Miss Maggie McGary, of Kirk, was In town Wednesday. Georf e W. Evans, clerk for B. F. Beard & Co., is taking his vacation. He will visit Lewisport, Hawesville and Troy. Robert Moorman, of Glen Dean, was In town Saturday. Miss Louise Moorman spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moorman, near Glen Dean. Thomas & Whltton, contractors from Louisville, will begin the brick work on Tha.Bank of Hardlnsbunr & Trust Co.. and B. F. Beard & Co's store Monday. These same men havo built Haswell's grocery, Kiucheloe's Pharmacy and J H. Gardner's store. The following attended a party at J. F. McGary's, near Kirk, last Friday evening: Misses Kathleen and Regina Hoben, Shellie Pool, Mary and Annie O'Reilly; Messrs John O'Reilly, Francis Dillon, Hugh Hoben and Cleve Hen-drlck. Dan Burks, of Addison, and Peyton Claycomb, of Webster, were in town Monday. WUWW&WMWMl m j Alf Taylpr and son, Alf, were here Monday. of Custer, BIG The Best Hot Weather Tonic GROVE'S TASTELESS cliill TONIC enriches the blood, builds up the whole system and will won derfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c. I Notice. Breckinridge Circuit Court. Richard N Brown, Plaintiff. Huston Alexander, Ex'or, George W. Pile, deceased &c, Deft All persons having Claims against the Estate of George W. Pile, deceased, will please present them to the undersigned Commissioner on or before the 1st day of October, 1013. Properly, verified as required by law. Lee Walls, Commissioner of the Breckinridge Cir cuit Court. Vs. No. 3505. JULY 5th. Our All THIRTY DAY SALE ! BEGINNING m m Goods at COST! Summer Dress 11 1 During this sale we will offer at 10 per cent, discount our entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and i i Groceries. I M W 1 Wants To Hear Home News. For Special Bargains you can not afford to miss this Sale. ELERY OF LUSIVE DESIGN I rOU iuo cordially invited to call and seo my re freshed atoclc of Jewelry, i hnvfo a now assortment from thel simplest to the most pieces. igagement and redding Rings ourltaste and wants given attention at all times. .LEWIS lEWELEKft vurg. MM j y. Misses Margaret and Mildred Hook; ly. Miss Ida Kennedy Is at home from of Louisville, are the guests of their s, Mr, and . Mrs. Jube Louisville, where she had been for a Hook, visit. Mr. and Mrs. S:iles Howard, from Mrs. Nannie Adklsson spent last week in the country with her, grand North Carolina, are visiting Mrs. Howson, John M. Sklllman. ard's mother, Mrs. Chambliss. Miss Elolse Hook is visiting Miss Dr. Rod Brown, of Brandenburg, has been the guest of Senator Gus Martha Baker in Hancock county. Miss Clara Eskridge has returned Brown and family. from a- visit to Henderson and Owens-borJ. Raleigh Mea'dor has been visiting friends in Glen Dean. Godfrey Haswell Is at home from a Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Basham, and visit to Stephensport. children are visiting relatives near MlssSallle Robertson, of Glen Dean, West View. was Miss Rosa Lou Ditto's guest last The Democrat, Camthersville, Mo!, Friday. has the following to say about Miss Little Miss Elnora Robertson spent Llnnle naswell: The musical given last Friday with her grand-p- n rents, by Miss Haswell's class at the Opera Houie on last Friday evening was a Mr. and Mrs. William Hensley. most pronounced success from every F, It. Dowell and son, Willie Dowell, standpoint, every pupil acquitting herwere In Louisville last week, self with credit to both pupil and teachMrs. James T. Smith and children spent last week in the country with er. The program was carried out as printed la the Democrat of Friday, arid relatives. was miit varttd. 11m Virginia Akiey Beard is at r. wuiw owtrtwrs lor tne istiiiiute a vUtt to grand' parftte, jywk home waalc. Caa accomodate four or Mr. art Mrs. J?. S. fun la life. Ty Vr Unlo $U Toon MU. ipnt Suadty MirQar-" LUUw, were It MwHhp, acid. grand-parent- Kind Friend, Mr. Babbage: Inclosed Miss Mayme Mattingly and little find check to the amount of one dollar Miss Pauline Lawrence, of Evansvllle, $1.00 for which you will please mall are the guests of Mrs. Marcia Matting- me a year's subscription to the.Breck-onridg- e News. I T. A. RHODES, K5JSjSgS3 SSgS Hardinsburg, Ky. JSSSS SKSSPSSS 5SS SSSSSSS TONIC W (05? I am getting along nicely In Morgan-lielfind many nice and sociable peo-p- fe here, all ready to welcome a stranger. The birds sing sweetly here, and the June roses and lilies send out their fragrance in rich profusion; yet there is a longing for home news and a breath from the "Old country." So please send me the home paper at once. Very truly, Margaret Rhodes, Morgaufield, Ky. d, 523 1 HUGHES' Tim CHILL (PAI.ATAIILI2) OLD KBLIAULli Belter than Calomel and Quinine. Contains ns Arsenic LOOK! A .STITCH IN TIME Save Dint'. llujtlit'H' Tuulc dastn )ii uMiiiti, tiiutii in early ".plrs ami Km I, prevents dill Is. a nil M.iltirlui I'Yvits. Aci on thu liver. tunt'i up ilie yHteiu. As well ns u Uemedy for ClillUnnd Fovors, Mulurlnl Fevers. Swamp Fever and ltlllous wlmt you need at this heuson. Kevers. EXCELLENT Jut GENERAL TONIC it never fails. Guaranteed SUCCESS Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic. At Druggists, 50c and SI Dottles Try it. Don't Take any Substitute. WORTH KNOWING VUWAm0 "V RAYMOND NEWS ROBINSON-PETTE- T Forty years success In tlio Houtlil "o'MHuB'TonloiiKreiitrcBieUyl Incorporated. for Chills und all Malarial Fevers. COMPANY Loul.ivllle, Ky. Edgar Compton has returned to his see his aunt, Mrs. Scott Knott, who Is returning home Sunday. home here after being in Illinois for week, family were quests of very low and not expected to live lout'. A. Morris nnd several months, Claycomb and family, Ekron, last h. T. Pollock and son, Walker, were Ada Pearl Payne returned to John Miss in Irvlngton last week. Sunday. her home at Lodiburg last Sunday afW. T. Gregory, Jr., of Garfield, For Weakness and Loss of Appetite ter spending the past week with relacandidate for County Court Clerk, was .The OM Standard general rtrcnicthenlHs toal, tives near here. GKOVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, ajtr w "?:::,::,.. I) Doi !,, drivw out through here Friday. Malaria and bullda up tbe jrtem, A true tont Willis Chapped and family spent SatJoseph Claycomb and Rhoda Knott and lure Appetuer. For adulta aad eUklrcu. Wc urday and Sunday with frank Phil pat attended the lee crnm B'ljiper at WebStony Point. at Notice. ster Friday Bight.' Henry Qhroan ud Bdgar OtMnotea l'lense be prompt to renew yor kV Uyrs JbkHson, of Garfield, visited scriptions ware la ftmjlaafeurr Ufc'frlj and not think hard of the huu tf )ast week, of The llreckcurklge Newts, if uemnt Gtt'ts Blff was at Wftbeter Sunday to paper is discontinued. Kra. Or$yoa Pays, L4iurx, hr.wrt 0 tx. ..'?.. . ., YU Everybody is w v Going1 to the Great w w Annual H H ft Pow-Wo- wl FM K H M H H H H b mmmmsmmm J mmmH f 1 mmm! AmmmVH mm! mmmfl H H m mmmmlmll AT THE FAIR GROUNDS Hardinsburg, Friday, July Plenty of Shade and Shelter, So Don't Mind the Weather 4, Lewisport Concert Band of 20 Pieces will Furnish Music Reduced Rates on all Trains, Ask the Agent for' Particulars Carnival Features! Amusements of Every Description! The One Big Day, Rain or Shine! A. E. IVIcIIVXVRE, Com. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher give him the office that he is willing to work for and work in after Glen Dean, July Rock Vale, July he gets it. The appointment of Collector of Internal Revenue at Louisville is soon to bo conferred on a Fourth District man and it now appears that J. Rogers Gore, secrotaiy to congressman Ben Johnson, will get the place. Mr. Gore is well equipped for the place. He is efficient and his Ions: service with Congressman Johnson should be recommendation enough to get tho appointment for him. However, as Mr. Gore, is an old newspaper man, The Breckenridge News joins his other friends of tho Kentucky press in wishing for him the good luck that he is able to take care of and should receive. Issued Every Wednesday. 24, 2 p. m. 25, 2 p. m. Haraisburg, July 28, 2 p. m. Balltown, July 29, 2 p. m. Mook, Thursday, July 3I, 2 p. m. My opponents are respectfully Invited EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPOKT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional to attend and take part. Respectfully, J. E. Monarch, Democratic candidate for County Court Clerk. Picni At Burner's Sprinj Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble. ,J (f When you have trouble with your stomach or chronic constipation, don't imagine that your case is beyond help just because your doctor fails to give insertion. The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company present their you relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plaintield, CAEDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of statement in another column. It shown tfieir condition at tho close of N. J., writes, "For over a month past I ' 10 cents per lino. On the above 5se we wil twenty three years of successful busitTess. It shows a wonderful have been troubled with my stomach. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money growth and is a credit to their management and safe service to the Everything late upset it terribly. One glad to have all yt!? and ... .1 tin ... i of Chamberlain's advertising booklets in advance. people. They have grown because they have been liberal with tho came to me. After reading a few of the tne aay wotn us. YH&wiii rv'1 Examino the label on your paper. If it is not correct please publia and have been taking them into their confidence. Every state- letters from people who had been cured it pleasant notify us. ment shows an increase of business and a liberal dividend to their by Chamberlain's Tablets, I decided to Barbecued1 s stockholders. They believe in themselves and their business. And try them. I have taken nearly of a package of them and can A sane Fourth of July will be tho coolest. Emerson saj's, "People will believe in you if you believe in yourself." ments am now eat almost everything that I want. Fos sale'by all dealers. One month from todaj' will bo the Democratic primary. Causes of Stomach Troubles. Good Road Meeting. I candidates soec arkr-- j Notice To Candidates. Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor exr The Bull Moosors of Breckenridge are surely in tho fight. ercise, insufficient mastication of food, A very enthusiastic and successfu constipation, a torpid liver, worry and All Candidates who are subject to good road meeting was held at Nil X No Ball "Wo had Andrew Squires running for Coroner last week when last Saturday by the farmers anxiety, overeating, partaking of food the action of the democratic primary to of that neighborhood. The attendance and drink not suited to your age and be held Aug. 2, 1q13 are respectfully everybody knows ho is a candidate for Assessor. H. L. was not large', but those present were occupation. Correct your habits and requested to meet the voters of the take Chamberlain's Tablets and you precinct on Saturday of July 12, earnest believers in good roads. Tho stand pat Republicans had cold chills running over them D. C. Heron, the present supervisor will soon be well again. For sale by at 2:00 p. m. Monday when Jesse Eskridge filed those BullMoose petitions. Thoy of that district, made a short talk on all dealers. By request of the Bewleyvillo Democratic Club. have our deepest sympathy. the subject, and asked those present Public Speaking. to help him by giving him donations in The Best Medicine In the World. The Bunk of Hardinsburg and Trust Company and B. F. Beard teams and money. Those who donated "My little girl had dysentery very D, C, Heron $10 in money and 10 To the Democratic voters of Breckenand Company have let contracts for their new buildings at Hardins- were bad. I thought she would die. Cham days' hauling, Chas. Blanford 10 days, ridge County: burg. Thoy will bo ready for occupancy October 1. Lee Stith, Jake Slpes, T. J. Trlplett, Having been 18 years away berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Chas. Hardaway, Z. T. Stith, Dr. P. from the people, I find myself, a Strang Remedy cured her, and I can truthfully It is said that paw paw juico is fine for tho skin; that it renders W. Foote, W. C. Jolly, Roy J. Cain 6 er to many and being ambitious to meet say that I think It is the best medicine in insensible to liro. Wo call the attention of candidates who are now days each; Compton Bros. $10 and 0 each Democratic Voter in the County the world," writes Mrs, William Orvis, TheBeaulu v VST entering tho heated campaign to lay in a supply. It, will como in days; Harvey Triplett, Fred Triplett, before the. primary, I have decided to Clare, Mich. For sale by All Dealers. 01 Your rioure Bemv !0Ni Phil. Caln.'B. M. McCoy, Wade Drury, invite, them to meet me at their precints handy boforo election day. n"ju Realizedj imt and W. W. Keith 3 days each; Sam where we may discuss the present conSugar Growing In South Africa. It Is reported that the department Gross fS cash; Bob Triplett 2 days. ditions of Breckenridge County politics. Mr. John E, Monarch, candidate for County Clerk, announces I know of no fairer way of conducting of agriculture are about to prosecute Avcok a list of speaking appointments covering tho entire month A flood Investment. this a campaign. Whereupon I will atk the fuller Inquiries into the possibilities A Srm Cowl FVnuUJ fm. of sugar growing la the Zoutpansberg U 1)4 Wiley Guuutoct of July. Ho says ho has been away from tho county so long that he W. D. Magi, a well known merchant Democratic Voters to meet me at the district of the Transvaal. It la belltSw Should kt lieved by many expert that the low finds ho is quite a stranger, and takes this plan to renew old acquaint- of Whitemound, Wis., bought a stock following times and place: Wu)i Yew si Pwthw Duel 2 p. McDaniels Saturday eoaatrjr of the Transvaal might, by JuSufrui for ttii IimiWiiI FV. anceship. Our heart goes out to him. Tho hot summer cannot melt of Chamberlain's medicine so as to be Cloverport Saturday, July 5, 2 p.m. m. July 12, dicious Irrigation, PoclUt lowing HKe kieW y able to supply them to his customers. to nyul his iron resolution. u rww, ww tml uiMti the most favorable areas la the Utile After receiving them he was himself Stephensport, July 14, 3 p. m. KAKCLEY CORSET at present under cultivation of sugar. sick and says that one small bot- Union Star, July 15, 2. p. m. taken MWAKKK J. London Glebe. is. a great campaigner. It is never too hoi or tho dis- -' tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Mooleyville, July 16, 2 p. m. Mug Severs fouui m m tance too long for him to got out and see tho voters. Ho rodo over Diarrhoea Remedy was worth more to Webster, July I7, 2 p. m. WAWTBDj-Cans- Ue lady 18, Uet disfiguring skin eruptions, thirty miles horseback Saturday to a picnic four miles beyond Custer him than the eot of his entire stock ef Irvlngten, July 8 2 p, m, 111 wis lernmriv ,, ferftla, pimples, raafeM, etc, are due awior bpwstk these ntecMsiues. Far sale by all deal Custer, July 18, p. m. vestment wouired. We tejc with tho thermometer around 100 to shako hands and amila on the t' te mm Woe. Burdbek Blood Hit- ooauMNf ana reier custoiuefjto ( KewteyvWe, Jw)y tt, g, m. ere. dear voter, This is whit wo call going some for a man just over the aT'slaasiliur Meed testic, is welt ters WKSd,JHiyLittfjr , tl.QuaUU store. -- Ad. EARCLBY CORSETS ar half century mark. Tho voters surely will appreciate his effort and Ad. Try New rUdsoavilU, July 3, I p. m. IK STORES July 4, 1 " & 1 three-fourth- 1 T Bew-leyvil- le Bew-Ieyvil- le at BRUNEfc SBBBBBBBSmWm m it c O- -J. be-mad- e UUIUL'U a Want u 3 -. -- Mmz. - 2 r m ffTUsF nWWflpf fSt r7v - t" V ' HOME Miss MnrgHret Carter arrived home from Irvington Friday night. She was accompanied by her aunt, Miss Green WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913 wood. Lee Montgomery, the nonular con htcrcd at the Post Offllco nt Oloverpof t, Ky as second claw matter. ductor on the Brand Is taking his vacation this week on his farm near IIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Brcckcnridge News. ANNOUNCEMENTS -- 1M For County Judge Wa.rts. None- .'3fc5?:tfJKV i tnftuBeaiea. - Advertisers plcnso notify tho editor when you want advertisement discontinued. For Sale Motor Boats. Model, Motor Cycles and ?v'3K3H3frJ3;3t33H Fourth of July Spec Hats, Pongee Hi Mm ' i ?i31 . pgnHjTal" NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES L. Black. Webster, attended meeting of the Home Mission Board of the Baptist church at Brandenburg V. GENERAL OFFICES A trained nurse arrived for her last for Sheriff Tuesday night. We are authorized to announco For sale Five and Ten Cent Store AUTHUltT I1EAKI). or half interest. For particulars, Mrs. of IlnrdlnsburR, as a candidate for Shf riff of $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices llreckunrtdgc county subject to action 600 John Weisenberg and Mrs Joe Fitch, of tfcn Republican party, primarylioelection For County Offices Aug. 2. Cloverport, Ky. For State and District Offices. ...$ 16.00 1 Mrs. llofllous Bchcn and daughter, For County Court Clerk For Calls, per line 10 Marian, returned home from Louisville For Cards, per line Wo are authorized to announce t Monday night after a visit to her mothFor All Publications In tbe inter JOHN N. AKKItS, er, Mrs. Hayncs. of Hardlnsburg. as a cundldnte for County est of Individuals or expression court Clerk, of lircckunrlrigo rounty. 10 individual views per line to the action of tho Republican party In Miss Marie Boyd will entertain on Primary Election Augusts. 1U1J. Friday evening, July 4, with a dance at the Daviess county armory. To My Friends In Messenger, I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ow-ensb- Routs at bargain prices, AH ainkps, brand now machines- - on easy payplan, (lot our proposition betoro buyment Wo aro autliotlzr (1 to announce ing or you will regret It. AIho bare Ins In DAVIS HOWELL, used Motor Cycles. Wrlto us today Encloso Monduy. of Ilardlnaburff, a a candidate for County stamp for reply. Address Lock Ho 11, Mrs, James B. Randall, who was Judge of ItrcckcnndjM county, subject to Trenton, Mich. tho nctlon of tlic Republican I'nrty, primary critically ill last week, is Improving. election Augusts. Tor Rent Oxsliaw House 11 FOR SALE-10- 13 Straw Hats, Tenn m Fans, Parasols, 1 breltas, Tennis fords, Silk Hose, Underwear. tiff J 8 hops. Kxshaw hotiso opposlto COR RENT-T- ho 1 tho baso ball park, $1(1 per month Apply to Miss Katharine Moorman, L , 11. & Ht. C Lost Watch. LOST From tho Ilranch train Tuesday bo (lien Dean anuUnrlli'M, all) lewel watch; II. W. Raymond make. Liberal reward to Under. L. I). Jones. Irvington, Ky Wanted Help. WANTKD-- A white girl to do house work of four; work Is light Apply at once. II. Hall, Hardlnsburg, Ky. For Sale Nice Piano COR SALE NlcoIMnnoatW.il Howmcr's r particulars see Mr Howmcror wrlto mo Rev J. II. WulUr. nuli-Jc- ct Doming, Now Mexico. A bathing suit, a pair of bath N 9 Young, Mrs. Ben Misses Ruth Young and Archie Crowley, of Fort Worth, Texas,, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsom. ' J3d Whitehead is at Webster. Clarence Adams, who has a position arrived last Wednesday in Davis' drug store in Louisville, is Mrs. Frank spending his vacation with his aunt, from Nashville. Chris has been visit- Mrs. T. E. Pauley, Mattoon, 111. Miss Kathleen ing in Louisville. The people in the neighborhood of is spending a week of McQuady arc thinking of giving a Fred Pierce picnic before the August primary, but vacation in Chicago. rela the exact time has not been fixed yet. . Miss Belle McQary is visiting . tlves in Hardlnsburg. H. Wardrip gave a party to a number Tula Babbage has returned of his young friends last Wednesday Miss rilrrht- ThA vnnnir mon Inirtfn1 riccfcfnrj home from Louisville. Miss Virginia Galloway tyas returned him In serving the nice refreshments. .home from Evansville. Mr. and Mrs R. H. Petiick, of Gar Bettie Napper hs gone to field, were here Tuesday visiting their Mrs. son, K. M. Penlck. This is Mr Pe Glen Dean to visit relatives. Miss Jennie Smart, of Hltes Run, nick's first visit here in thirty jcars suffered a sunstroke Saturday. Miss Irene Jarboo gave a beautiful Miss Eloise Nolte is visiting her dinner Monday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsom's guests, Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Tato, in Louisville. Miss Nannie Collins is having her Ben Young, Miss Young and Miss Crowley, residence painted in Elm Street. L. T. Kirtley has returned to Irving Misses Lucile Berry and Lottie ton from his farm, and has accepted went to Louisville Sunday. h Mr. and Mrs. M. Brooks, Irvington, the agency for the National Life and Accident Insurance Co. His territory .returned from Fordsville Monday. Irvington, Hardlnsburg and Bran Chas. Moorman, Jr., of Versailles, is denburg. guest of his parents. has been the For a vacation, Niagara Fajls and .Mr. and Mrs. Wick DeHaven have Toronto, Canada, has no equal. Write returned home from Mexia, Texas. Ky., about his Misses Esther Payne and Cecil Dix, J. C. Crutcher, Webster, went to Louisville juon- - tour to the above places, July 15th, or ephensport, ask anyone who has made this trip tf. with him. Misses Cotelena and Jaunita Yeager Mrs J. Byrne Severs and son, Hugh re visiting their aunt in Rockport, Barrett, left Saturday for Addison to Ind. ) Miss Louise Lewis, of Fordsville, is spend the remainder of the summer at expected soon to visit Miss Isabelle family homestead. Her mother, Mrs. Barrett, of Owensboro, and others have arrived there. ff Miss Esther Payne, of Stephensport, Mrs. Robert Rice Pierce spent last was the guest of. friends nere last week at Rose Hill while Mr. Pierce !& weeK. Miss Minnie Schmidt, of Louisville, was on the road inspection trip of the is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Frank L., H. & St. L. R. R. Mr. Pierce's run over the road was one of pleasure as R , Carter. as a business trip. Mrs. W. G. Smart was the delight- - well f ul hostess of the Ladies Reading Club , LOCAL BREVITIES Breckinridge County for I Ma-the- ny Having been urged by many of you the last few months to enter the race for County School Superintendent, I desire to say, that I have hoped from the beginning, I could decide to do so, but at present do not see how I can possibly afford to make the race. Being a teacher, I am certainly interested in the welfare of schools and anything that tends toward the further advancement of Kentucky's childhood, as it seems to me anyoi.e should be, whether connected with schools or not. I certainly realize the need of an ef ficient school system In the state of Kentucky, and inti nd to do all that is within my power to 01 Ing about such system We, as tt'Hoheis, are greatly responsible for the existing conditions of schools over the sta e, which conditions will exist until we and the peo pie in general demand better. Why not demand it, and do it now? We see the child from day to day who is hung ering and thirsting for the better things of life, and is willing to partake of that which Is offered to him, when he is made to realize it is nour ishing and good. So let's be busy, up and doing at all times. While it is true lam interested perhapi more in the school in which I teach, yet my heart goes out for the children all over our country, who are in need of this much needed thing. Thanking you for all favors. Yours truly, Rufus McCoy. News ofllcn. For Sale Heavy Wrapping Paper. COR SALE Heavy wrnuulnc nauer for 1 carpets. Two big sheets for 5 cents. ing slippers, a rubber cap, a plunge in the Ohio and you'll be refreshed Dr. Jesse Baucutn PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RESIDENT Ky. J. a C. NOLTE & BRUout H ' i mritat. Office Opposlto Gibson's Drug Store CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky immig&ey Buying io Large Quantilie rfeal Enables 111c I Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. Cloverport, Ky, Kstimatcs furnished for all kinds of work, Write or phone me at Cloverport. Cumberland I'hone 23-V to t &ell he in bmull at a piolit, what the cost would by local fieijrht. I bundle every jflj thing 'n Building jMuterinl f THEN WAS THE TIME Building Hardware, Paints, Oils, fl Varnishes and Interior Finishes. M Building, Concreting, House-mov- ing and Raising, Grading, and Interior Decorating. Hous-Painting - ...... Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity won't remove them. Doan's Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. Adv. To Fund Sumll oidi ib leicm tui- - a:.rne easeful attention ns the largo ones ;ind n'l ivc appre'mted. General Contractor Bonds. MARION WEMHERHO'T, The Fiscal Court met last week in called session. They authorized the Mrs. B. Z. Mark My husband never funding of the Railroad Bonds now outtold mo a lie. standing and drawing 6 per cent to 5 Mrs. Knowsltt Gracious Didn't ho per cent. ever stay out lato at night? Cloverport, Kentucky gi Wt.ttt.T3J 6 L- - I Miss Edith Burn will leave next week Via the guest of X. 1?l!.lftl.t mn SIGN HERE Condensed Report of Condition of i ft Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gans dnd little daughter, Brownie Quarrier, have been visiting in nawesvuie. J, A. Brown and 'sons, James Lewis and Lester, Tell City, came Monday to 'visit Thurman Smith, Harned. Mrs. Lewis and daughter, Miss Florence Lewis, have moved into the English residence on the East Side. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce, of Glen Pein, were the guests of his mother, 2rs. R. B. Pierce, Thursday night. Mlse The Bank of Hardlnsburg & Trust Hardinsburg. Ky. At the Close of Business, June 30, 1913. Go. Mertie Beard, Hardlnnburg, returned Mouday from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Scott Bell, Stephensport. Mrs. Sue L. Board visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. Witt, at the home of Mrs. S. H. McCracken seveial days last week. & RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, . $339,353.09 . Overdrafts, 495.05 . . . 35,027.74 Due from Banks, 19,431.49 Cash on hand, Banking House and Lot, (Charged off) Furniture and Fixtures, (Charged off) $394,307.37 Total, v ..... .... LIABILITIES. ., til 3" l&iD 1 tdffPWKKlJit $ The Glorious Fourth or any other independent e lit r uiiutls us of Weaif i.i.itinde'. our duty to OURSELVES In the imlepenrei cc htn pendent with UEUT.S. We xxi not ( pendent with no monet in the, bank. HAVE FREEDOM. You don't knmv how irdr u ntfeui urn' free you will feel until ou can know that you re protected wlih & ood BALANCE IN THE BANK. t Total Resources Including Trust Investments 56O0.CCO ' We Will Explain to vou, after a careful examination, what U necessary to b done and what the coet will be to put your, Teeth In Perfect Order o that they will last for yers to come, then you may use your ude- ot as to wnetner or not you vwh have the work done, No pain whatever if we extr tot a to. W. A. WALkEt, Qtttfkt HartflMfcavg, Ky. Wh ei AUm MMfcileel U $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock, 25,000.00 Surplus Fund, 2,034.94 Undivided Profits, 314,272.43 Deposits, Six per cent. Semi - Annual Dividend 3,000.00 due Stockholders July 1, i Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Ky. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardlnsburg, Temporary Quarters on the Corner H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb, Phone jF m Total, Respectfully, . $394,307.37 if DENTIST Houie Krtlticr.cc fbcllnan J Hrdinsburg, ::: Kentucky Olfice "W jml Over Ad. Farmers Bankf They brinn quick r n' , Try a News Want r t vw 1 t I 1 K as a -- ' r HS9 I ggggfl JIMIMIMIMH 3 r V' tv 0W bme Plr tance of Strenuous Affection by Re ed by tli and Paul Armstrong d by Edgar Bert Smith ?EX BEACH I y"1' bj Jiarper F2E0rf . A Drotbors CHAPTER XVI. ILK bright and fair, without day of tho raco dawned n cloud to mar Its splendor. As tho golden morning woro on, a gradual excite- apparent becamo among tho cowboys, Increasing as tho hours passed, and as they pre- Wed with Joy to Invade their rival's 'territory; nevertheless, tho vigilant watch upon their champion did not vrence Qla'ss had been tho W ta wild alarm that brought ks of tho ranch out In night "kChapln, awakened by a , had found him in tho JL JKirara and Cloudy, who had B night duty in accordance rer's orders. What with tho ..loud complaints, tho excited jf his captors, and tho confu- suiting when tho ed itself of men half clad, it had a tho somo time to .over that Glass had boen sur ged In tho act of escaping. It teemed that tho sentries, seeing a fig ure skulking past the white adobo iwalls of the house, had called upon It ito halt. Thore had been a dash for 'liberty, then a furious struggle before the intruder's identity becamo clear, ffdjjut'for Chapln'a prompt arrival lpon tho sccno ylQlenco would inevitably have resulted. "I tell 'you, I'm walkln in my sleep," (declared Glass for the twentieth time. "Caramba! You try for get away," lBtormed tho Mexican. "Pig!" t "Not a bit llko it! I've been a son- r'ambuHst over since I'm a baby." ?;y didn't you answer when wo tcalled'i'l Cloudy demandod. "How can I talk when I'm sound (asleep?" If you couldn t hear us call, why aid you run?" "Now have a little sense, pal. A don't know what he's ment '8' some timo niter midnight I bunk-hous- e ranch-owne- r Others beateto Lawrence GkM were apprehensive. Culver Covington, for Instance, wh plainly upset, while Roberta Keep pleaded headaehe and bad her breakfaat served In her room. It km shortly afterward that she appeared In the gymnasium doorway, and cried. In an accusing voice: "Well, Mr. Speed?" "Yes, quite well." "You traitor I" "You modern Dorglat Didn't you go and toll Helen everything?" "Didn't you promlso to stop Culver?" "I did. I had him thrown In Jail at Omaha. What more could I do?" Honestly?" Mrs. "You did try? Keap allowed hor Indignation to abate slightly. "If I had known that, I wouldn't have told Holon. I'm sorry you didn't explain. I was angry furious. And I was frightened so!" Sho broko down suddenly. "What shall I do about them? I can sec what they want to say, and yet daren't let cither speak a word." "Mrs. Keap, nro you suro Culver loves you?" "Horribly I And he suspects the truth. I saw him change the moment ho found mo here." Roberta began to weop; two limpid tears stole down her cheoks, sho groped for a chair, and Wally hastened to her assistance. As ho supported her, she gave way completely and bowed her head upon his shoulder. It was in perfect keeping with the luck of things that Miss Blake should enter at the moment. She had come with Jack and his sister to Inquire regarding the fitness of her champion and to nerve him for the contest, and stood aghast. Chapln stepped forward with a look of suspicion, inquiring: "What's going on here?" Miss Blake spoko brightly, tinkling lco in her voice. "There's no necessity for an explanation is there? It seems time for congratulations." "Oh, see hero now! Mrs. Heap's really engaged to Culver, you know." "Culver!" "Culver!" Both the young ranchman and his sister stared at tho chaperon 'with growing horror, while she undertook to explain; but the blow had fallen bo swiftly that her words were incoherent, and in the midst of them her hostess turned and fled from tho 1 a ert time, Beoattee oeteet Mm-X- t she's in love with Jack Chapta; she came to old Doetor Speed hi her trouble, and he promised to fix it all up. Nov 1 guess you four can do the rest of the explaining. If you ever get in trouble, come to the matchmaking kid. I'll square it." Thoywere four happy young people, and they lost no time In escaping elsewhere. When they had gone, their benefactor said to Mlse Slake: "Wouldn't you llko to make that a triple wedding? Wo might got club rates." For answer Miss Blako hurried to tho door and was gone. Over at the Centipede thero was a gront activity and yet a certain idleness also, as if It had boon a holiday. The men hung about In groups listening to tho peripatetic phonograph. A dozen or moro outsiders had ridden to witness over from the tho contest. Out by the corrnl, which stood closo to the first break of the foothills, Skinner was superintending the laying out of n course, selecting a stretch of level, ground worn smooth and hard by tho tread of countless post-offic- e hoofs, . "Makes a pretty good track, eh?" he Bald to Gallagher. "I wonder how fast this feller Is? Evor heard?" "They seem to think he's a whlrlln' ball of fire, but that don't worry you none, does it?" Gallagher bent his eyes upon the cook, who shrugged carelessly,, nnd Gallagher smiled; he was forced to admit that his man did not appear to be one easily frightened. Skinner's face was hard, his lips thin, his Jaw was not that of a weakling. He had dressed early, then wrapped a about his shoulders, and now, catting this aside, sprinted down the dirt track for a few yards to test the footing, while Gallagher watched him with satisfaction a thing of steel and wire, as tough, as agile, and as spirHe ited as a was unshaven, his running-trunk- s were cut from a pair of overalls, held up at the waist by a section of window-cord, and his chest was scantily covered by an undershirt from which the sleeves had been pulled. But when ho returned to pick up his blan-ye- t Gallagher noted approvingly that he was not even breathing heavily. lead-blu- e horse-blankrange-raised cow-pon- room". "Now don't begin to aviate until you understand tho truth," Speed continued. "While she's engaged to that broken-toeserpent, she doesn't love him, do you see?" He smiled. "I do not see!" "It was simply a habit Mrs. Keap d sleep-walk- had got into I should say it was an impulsive engagement that she has repented of." "No doubt she was repenting when we interrupted you," said Miss Blake, bitterly. Then Chapln added, helplessly: "But Culver io engaged to my eister I M -- "Jean!" Mrs. Keap exposed her "Since there's no' harm done, you'd tragic face. "Then he deceived me! (better all go back to bed," Chapln What wretches men are!" "Mr. Glass has tho liberty of Oh h! The widow commenced to sob. Itho ranch, boys, night or day, asleep Outside came Miss Chapln'a voico: ox.avake." to me like ho was tryln' to "So hero you are, Mr. Covington!" "Looks )lope somo." Stover balanced upon And the next moment she reappeared, mo bare foot, and undertook to re- - dragging the crippled champion befrom the other. In hind her. Thrusting him toward Rolove a sand-bur- r o darkness ho seemed supernatural- - berta, she pouted: "There, Mrs. Keap! tall, so that Glass hastened to I give him back to you." "Perhaps you'd better go on with engthen his story. your explanations," Chapln suggested, J was walkln' in my sleep as nlco rou please when thoso rummies coldly, to Speed. "How can 1 when you won't listen h to me? Hear ye! Hear ye! Culver was engaged to marry Mrs. Keap, but sho discovered what a reprobate he d. ,doIn" Jean!" "Bet This for Me, and Don't Let On Where It Comes From." live-stoc- ever :M& Must Run and Win. zfinJr I J And Win I Shall!" Say! You know that's A011 mc havnGerous! you can kill a guy wakln' va Hip so sudden." 'There's oaslor ways than that," ke Willie from the gloom, and jt's a yap trick Just tho same. I burr' m tno middle of a swell dream, '." it I'Como, come, Stover, get jour boys ck to bed! We'll havo tho wholo jjranch up with this noise." f Chapln himself led Glass around the house, whllo that gentleman made no offer to explain the dream which had prompted him to pack his before letting hlmBelf out of the training-quarterOnco safely back' in tho gymnasium, he sat up till dawn, a proy to frightful visions which tho comfortable morning light did not serve to dissipate. Wally Speed Blept serenely through tkfl whole disturbance, and was greatly amused at the story when he ' awoke. He was sorely tempted to ike known his agreement with m inner, and put an end to bis train- agoNy of mind; but he recalled H war's oautloh, asd reflected that WllA ,4if4itet UdlseroMoa might pre a tragedy, roi the first time of hiim. Hag betJ!Rff eaa the adventure , and the pnejHrftMifu" t -- suit-cas- o With a knowledge confined mainly to the foreman inquired: "How's your latgs? I like to see 'em hairy, it's a sign of stren'th. I bet this college boy is as pink as a maiden's palm!" He don't look to me like he could run." "They fool you sometimes," said is " what have you Skinner. There was indistinguishable dissent bet?" of somo sort from Mr. Covington. "Wo laid the phonograph agin their " and she learned to detest him!" treasures an' trnppln's " Mrs. Keap likewise dissented In ac"But how much money?" cents muffled. "Wo got three hundred pesos down, "Well, she would havo learned ': but they sent word they was comin' loaded for b'ar, bo we rustled five hundred more." Skinner's eyes gleamed. "I wish I had a couple of hundred to bet on myself." "Broke, eh?" "I'm as clean as a bound's tooth." , ' "I'm sorry y'all tossed off your wages, but" Gallagher started suspiciously "say! I reckon that won't affect your runnln' none, will "Thedford's it?" Is the best medicine Skinner admitted that ho could run best when ho had something to run lever used," writes J. A. for. "You might advance me a Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas. month's wages he reflected. "I'll do it. Hello! Say, ain't that "1 suffered terribly with liver one of them Flyln' Heart city visitroubles, and could get no relief. tors?" From tho direction of tho .ranch buildings Berkeley Fresno was said I had conThe doctors approaching. could not work at sumption. You aro Mr. Gallagher, I believe? I rode over with all. Finally I tried our crowd Just now." Fresno looked back. "Let's step around to tho other THEDFORD'S sido of tho corrali I want to talk to you." He led tho way; then inquired, "Is this your runrir?" "That's him. Ilia name's Skinner, and that's a prorolsln title to bet on." s Gallagher slipped a roll of from his pocket "Unhook! I'll get that-a-wa"By-the-wa- r DM in It UMtartUradr The cook showed the gleam of Me teeth. "If yon win, I'll send yo some wedding-cakand a box of oigars." "Thanks," Mid the other; "bat I've got a bum tooth, and I don't smoke." As Fresno left, there approached, In a surging group, the opposing side. Gabby!" Stover called, loudly, as he eame within speaking distance. "Here we come en maesy, and with ladles, to further embarrass and degrade you In the hour defeat!" "We ain't defeated do, Mr. Chapln." , "Did you get our message?" "Yes. But wo ain't seen the color of y'nll's money." "Mr. Bpo'd borrowed five jiulftrcd dollars from mo, and said ho infght want more," Chapln volunteered. "Is that all?" "All!" Jeered Still Bill. "Why, this mangy layout ain't never saw that much money," upon which Gallagher carelessly displayed a corpulent roll of bills, remarking: "Count a thousand, Bill. It all goes on Skinner." "I ain't heard of no muttered tho lanky fdrenfnn of tho Flying Heart, "nor I don't nim to handle no tainted money." And Sto--' vcr nnd Gallagher faced each other hard before turning. Jean Baw It, and whispered to "Oh, Jack, dear, I'm so terribly frightened!" But Helen Blake, who overheard, left her companions and went straight to Gallagher. "I should like," sho Bald, "to wager a few dollars en Mr. Speed and the honor of the Flying Heart." Both Skinner and his foreman stared at her nonplussed. "You don't look llko a bettin' lady," the latter managed to remark, Jocularly. "I'm not, I never made a wager before in all my life; but you see, Mr. Gallagher, I believe in our man." Gallagher lowered hlB eyes. "How much do you aim to risk, miss?" "I don't know what tho rules are, but I think our side ought to bet as much as your side. That is tho way It is done, isn't it?" "You mean that you aim to cover what Mr. Speed don't?" The girl nodded. Gallagher spoko admiringly. "You're right game, miss; but I reckon wo don't want ycur money." "Why not?" "I suppose there ain't no partie'lar reason." "If Mr. Speed can beat Mr. Covington, who is the best runner at Yale, I'm sure he can defeat Mr. Skinner, who never went to college at all. They have all turned against him, and he he Is so brave!" Miss Blake's Indignation was tearful, and Gallagher spoke hurriedly: "He may bo bravo all right, miss, but he can't win unless Skinner dies You save your money to buy chocolates an' miss. Why, listen" (tho stockman softened his voice in a fatherly manner): "This Fresno party is wise; five hundred of this coin is his." Helen uttered a cry. "Do you mean ho is betting against Mr. Speed?" "Nothln" else." "Despicable!" breathed the girl. "Walt a moment, pleaso!" Helen hurried beck to Chapln, while Gallagher muttered something like "I ain't takln' no orphan's monpy." "Jack!" (the girl was trembling with excitement), "you told me on tho way over that you had Ave hundred dollars with you. Let mo have it, please. I'll give you my check when we get home." "My dear girl, you aren't going to bet It?" "Yes, I am." "Don't do that" k For answer sho snatched the from his hand. "Mr. Gallagher!" she called. Skinner watched from afar. "Somo class to that gal!" was what he said, which proved that he was a person not wholly without sentiment "Tharfe e "Good-evenln"., of-yo- ur !I HIE HEART OF THE THEATRE, flffil 1 yitl-'Ho- SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT Tfrylfi,rraTairfPrl TteVrfimH BSSi " OF ( 1 BP t AnSOlUTELY nap. funny EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY ' Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Mbdern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly. Furnished Kooms are exceptionally lew and so arc the prices for our excellent Restaurant service riocnntly rurnUhcd Rooms with Tiot nnd colli running water nnd prlvato CI flft toilet, per day train-robbery- ...,X"V ha-pi- r.leently Furnished Rooms with Private Bath, per day ... 1 1 $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 fx.v Crt Sample Rooms with .$2.50 rwuto Bath, per day. Music by the Finest Orchestra In the City j In ehnrco of llxperts and tno flllp .nttlrA la Kuropcan acrjloe, (K- prices nro most moderatn. VC person Tnblo d'holo luncheon from 13:00 to CAm Q.mn n ri nurwin ...7V' to Tablo d'doto dinner, from 8:00 p. jn., per person Rithsktlltr open from A 00 p. m. to 1 .00 a. m miiI. Inn The Cafe Is mwl unnvf-nllo- rl $1.00 cno. Reservations should bo Hindu wherfuwr possible. ROBT. B. JONES, Manager. SCHCNCK. Aas't Mer. Chattanooga, Tenn., and Hotei, Anslkt (open May 12, 1018), IIhtki. Pattbn, Atlanta, Qa., under Bazoo management and ownership. M Ask the Farmer Who Has One what wonders tho Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 1 Sells my products 4 Protects the home' 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices 6 Increases profits 3 Brings supplies 7 Pays tor itself over and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested and send today for booklet. 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A small, com fortable, well furnished, well kept garden Immediately adjoining the dining room, with proper facilities for these various activities, becomes an extension of the nbuse itself. It ought to be the best room In the house at least all summer, One who goes from America to visit the gardens of the Old World, especially the home gardens of England and Geminny, Is most immediately Now Well Black-Draug- ht all-rou- 1 "Good-afternoon- ! The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Advertisement. and strongly Impressed with the spirit of privacy which he finds there. Tho whole garden Is apt to be surrounded by a high wall of masonry, and e access is guarded jealously. In garden one is quite as safe dtovo In truslon as in the master's den or the mistress' boudoir. It is very different from the America,! town lot warden, wide onen to observe,- tion from the street, published broadly to all the neighbors' windows, especial 1 1 Tempest And Sunshine On The V"""1' and subject to visit at any mome) from the grocer's lad, the plumbery tho coal dealer, the laundry boy, or ny other errand bov Why, the privacy of English and German gardens ls'( so great us to make the ravorue court- ing grounds and meeting places of en- KtiUV4 VWUlLfl, "W"'" - WM.e. -- 1 fViA IVlf .j, w. Viar nnr horlrnnm """ .y.w ttr 1 --1 " riflrtffV j .1 J ; l nntalnn r..s,., B fif 41 Sunny South QUININE AND IROH-TH- E MOST RELIEVES PAIN AND HEAU TONIC AT THE SAME bank-note- s. you." and to my surprise, I got belter, well as any and am to-da- man."Tlicdford's vegetable Black-Draug- ht is a general, cathartic, liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities ol the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 years. Get a package today. ImH on the iwine-TJwato- ii's. E-- 70 uUM TV. 10 tUii trainers uisi "Strip your hand, son. I don't savvy." And Fresno explained. "You see, I'm a gueet over there; but there's bo seatimeat with me la money matters." lie produced a wallet, and took from it five bills. "Bet this for jne, and don't let or wkaaa It agme from. I'll Me you after the rem' Mind you, not r, a word!" Igfratiai fttu.H dumb a "This race mtaae a tot to mm. My. Skinner" The guest of tho Flying Heart Ranch turned U,.tt WA ner will win. That's why I'm here." "No, no! I think myself Mr. Skin te The Sunny South show boat gave the play "Tempest and Sunshine" Thursday night. The boat had such a big ticket sale that all the actors and actresses got fried chicken for supper at this port. i The manager of the Sunny South said to state to the public "The Hidden Hand" was not given for the reason that the leading lady was ill. The publip wis not disappointed in the change, said' Mr. Show Boatman. Cloverport society, turned out ia full fledge to see the Suany'South prodnc. tkm. The youa glrle aad their beaux and 'bfcefriid" ware U thajre and auataar af taa oMvahow lavanu EFFECTUAL GENERAL TIME i 21 Grove's TaitclcK chill Tonic Combines both The Wonderful, Ola Reliable Dr. PorteV ArtiseoUc Healing Oil. An Antlwftje inTajtclcwferab Tk Quinine drives Susgleal Dressing dlscoversdhyaA out Malaria ai tbc Iron bullic up the System. For Adults an4 SJtSK.lvurgonrrcvnsMasss Children. rottOMiig. jj Thousands of families know M i You know what you are taking when you take GROVK'S TASTRLIMWS eWll and a trial will convince you thai TONIC, recoeaiMd for 30 years through- PORTER'S ANTISBPTIC B out the South as the, standard Malaria, OIL is the most wonderful remedj Chill and Fever Redy aad General discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old! Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as Ulcew. Caibuacles, Granulated Bye the etroagoat bitter took, but you danot Sorefrhroat. Skin or Scalp Diseases taete the bitter because tttiugredieoU all wounds nnd external diseases whet do apt dissolve iu the mouth but do die slight or serious. Continually people i tsyaUfly ia the acids of the stomach.' findine . new uses for bytnis tamona your Dt Guaranteed OsjmrtMfl by your Druggist. We menu rented-Weu4init.25c,iOc, 100 U.WB U Only One 'iMtkJko QlMlW'Yhnt la LAXATIVE BROafO QUll Ipokioraigaistnieot K. W. OitOVit on every fat. Otves a Cold in Oue Day. V f MaWv rW ki iv & 4 uIIIIiIh Q44mwmA nSCAL COURT Continued from page I iCame Andrew Driskell, Comity Jh)- Intetulcnt, and tendered lita wpm m Bptrintemlent, which is referral to ires Drury and WliilUngliMl for ex amination and tlieir further reports I,, hi Waggoner, J. B. C.. At a Fiscal court continued ami licld the County pf Breckinridge, and tf Kentucky. Hon. h. h War- r, pregidlng.with the following Jus- of the pence to wit: T0.. A Wright, G. ti. IlnrrN, . II. 8. 1'. Drury, D. J. Quiggins and A; Whittinghill. rCfciin of W. J. Hall, itemized, ' 01 L Sfmmrm Hill"" " ' (rtctad rm MM Finally Foind Riliif fr allowed CMm of II, M. Heard, deliver- $201 65 ing ballots and extra work. . 77 00 On motion of Squire Harris, seconded hf Squire Wright, which motion carried, . It, Waggoncr,4county Judge, is nuth- ed to purchase a carpet, or floor cov- and chairs for the Circuit Court ind an amount sufficient tonay for hereby appropiatcd payable out PeVy of 1913 not exceeding I200 vnen uiese supplies arc turmsneu minty Treasurer is authorized to pay ic upon tlie order of the County lotion of Squire Whittinchill. py Squire Quiggins, a sum suf- jij purchase labor and material f,o keep the public property, eluding the Jailor's residence, in repair Itnd.in clean, comfortable and presentable bppearancc and heat and light the same, hereby appropiatcd, payable out of the general expense fund of the levy for 1913, hMtd sum not to exceed' I700. Said nio- -. tfon carried and is made the order of tftis court. Upon motion of G. N, Harris, seconded by D. J. Quiggins, tins court heretofore ratified the contracts' for four rock crush- for the second, third, fifth and sixth agisterial Districts of Breckinridge tnty from the Austin Western Co., uted as entered into by the County ad and Bridge Supervisor and the Mag- fate of each District of the Breckin- i Ha vmir suffered for twenty one years with a pain in niy side, I finally have ffliuid relief bi Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. The physicians called It "Mother's Pain" and injections of morphine were,niy only relief for short periods of tlmur I became so sick that I had to undergo a surgical operation In New Orleans, which benefited me for two years. When the same pain came back, one day I was so sick that I gave up tiopw of living. A friend advised me to try your Swamp-Rooand I at once commenced using It. The first bottle did me so much good that I purchased twomoro bottles, I nm now on my second bottle and am feeling like n new woman I passed a gravel stone as large as a big red bean and several smrdl ones. I have not had the least feeling of pain since taking your Swamp-Roo- t, and I feel it my ddty to recommend this great medicine to all suffering humanity. Gratefully yours, MRS. JOSEPH CONSTANCE, Avoyelles Par. Marksvllle, La. Personally appeared before me, this 15th day of July, I9II, Mrs. Joseph Constance, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same Is true in substance and In fact Wm Morrow, Notary Public. t, Dr. Kilmer & Co. Blnghantton. N. Y. Letter to The I Ready I Money I Man 1 'commands opportunities for profitable invshtment that are Fbeyonu the reach of the man ;who hasn't baved. Any man can be a ready- money man who will lay aside a few dollars, now and then riii tins strong, safe bank, and his money will always be ready when he needs it. No expense pass-boocheck booVs, and our service in handling your account are tfree. Come in and let us show vcu now a bank account will help fyou to save. Come in today. k, The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. IC3OIZ3f0lf0lo1lCZ3OIZDi0 iWalJs & Trent fven Feed and Sail Stable Jus Meets all Trains frdinsburg, : Ky. lopllollollollczioizai a!IAL TO WOMEN w you realize tho fact that thousands of i women ara now using d 1 LSohible Antiseptic Powder kraedy fpr mucous membran af- such Via soro throat, nasal or tTh,'nflammation or uloera- eurLsuv "it la worth Its 'U" 1 Dissolve in wate' m FA ten years thi umn cine Co. baa thehr komen. uy Arnialo ills7 women who jlvta rw r efs id toilet xmm it am tl4W.nff Jurge box at Dr in lott'iut 0 pnfe. in hi baud the miiu of SuM dan Bos too, M ju4 be ) tolfol Otter! 801 ridge County Fiscal Court. It is now or- Harris, and Wright and J. R. Kskridge Mattie Milner 1087 dered that the cash be paid and the sev- be and they arc hereby appointed a com- Ransom Norton 1694 eral notes mentioned, and provided in mittee to take charge of the $100 hereto- - Zeno Hendrick 5 32 said contract be executed by the proper jfore nppropintcd as prizes to the corn Mrs. L. M. Norton club and they will award such prizes as Mrs. Anna Jolly. . . . , 5 27 authorities the County Judge. County Clerk and County Treasurer and deliv- they may deem ndmissable and will i Total 676 30 ered to said Company for and on behalf possible secure further contributions to it is ordered that said Sheriff pay over said club. of said County and Districts and the said It is ordered by the court that W. S. said amount and that they he credited to contract will be executed tas provided, Ball and J. R. Eskridge be and they are the general expense fund. All of which and the yea and nay vote being called is done and is shown hy the supplemen for on said question resulted as follows: hereby appointed a committe to refund tary report of settlement with the Sheriff the R. R. Tax District Bonds in whole or G. A. Wright, yea; G. N. Harris, yen; in part and they will report their action filed hy the coinmissidner;. Sam Dix, yea; S. P. Drury, yea; D. J, II. M. Beard, claim, settling with at the October term of this court. Quiggins, jea; U. A, Whittinghill, yea. i5o 00 It nppearing that bonds No. 4, 25 and A.ouenii Said motion is declared carried and made R. Kiiicheloe, claim assisting 40 against the R R. Tax District have the order of this court. To all of which ouuiy vierK 25 00 been paid and cancelled by John P. l, the County Attorney objects and excepts. the former commissioner for &aid L. h. Waggoner, trip to lrnnk- Came Justices Drury and Whittinghill, district, it is now ordered that said bonds ion oy oruor ot .tvuv. Uqn. ... 15 00 tlie Committee heretofore appointed to be destroyed in the presence cf the court J. R.lSslmdge, trip to Frankfort uy oriier 01 iuy. uen edmine the report of Andrew Driskell, and Squires Harris and Quiggins are ap15 00 Superintendent of Public Schools, and pointed a committe to destroy same. It is moved by Squire Dix, seconded reported as follows: Whereupon came Squires Harris and by Squire Drury, that the Road Engin,We, B. A. Whittinghill and S. P. Quiggins and destrojed said bonds as or- eer lend what aid he can with team and Drury, your committe appointed to ex- dered. tools for the grading of the County High amine the accounts and reports of Andrew It appearing that Dcnnie Shceran, S. School yard without discommoding the. Driskell, Supt. of Public Instruction, beg B. C.has collected on judgements against County road work in anyway. leave to report that we have carefully ex- delinquent tax payers.as Minutes read and appro ed and court follows: amined said report and find it correct, From Ed. C. Martin 513 34 adjourned finally. Respectfully submitted, Jesse A. Moorman h. h. Waggoner, Judge cf 919 S. P. Drury, Mrs. Hattie Ditto 46 86 Breckinridge County Court. B. A. Whittinghill. Mrs. Annie Glasscock t 3248 Itis ordered that said report be filed. Remus Pate Kentucky Fair Date's. 3 07 We, your committe appointed by the R. M. Dowell 22 45 court to examine the Sheriff's statement A S. and L1. Allen 491 The following are the dates fixed for and supplemental report as presented by holding the Kentucky fairs, for 1913, as H. M. Beard, Clerk, and Allen H. far as reported. Officers of fairs are realso the road and bridge book, as quested to report to us any omissions kept by Pal Garner. We wish to report or corrections of dates: we find the Sheriff's settlement properly AH. Sterling, July -i days. made and till claims and vouchers in the HarrodbburR, July : I duys. Aladtsonvllle, JulyS3-- A days proper fund, and that same is regular. Uolontowii, Augusts 5 ddy. We recommend that the court confirm Taylors vlllo, August 54 days. each and all of said settlements and same TrUOounty fair, (Carroll, Gallatin, Owon) shall be recorded. We think the book Yields to Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanders, August 04 days. Danville, August 0 3 duys. as kept by Pal Garner is properly kept. Vegetable Compound. Dluo Grass Fair, Lexington, August 11 0 The amounts due each fund and over days, paid by each fund is as follows: Athens, Texas. "I had a complicaAlt. Vernon, August days. tion of diseases, some of them of long Winchester, Augusta 03 Any 3. 4 ROAD FUND. standing. I wrote Heron, August 73 days. First District, overdrawn $74 57 Kern hreck(Duochel), Aug. 12 to you for advico days Second District, overdrawn. 176 33 nurkcsvlllo, Aug. IS 1 duys. and took Lydia E. Third District, due 305 33 Leltcliflold. Aug. -3 days. Pinkham's VegetaHenderson, days. Fourth District, overdrawn. 157 80 ble Compound, and Uroudlieud, Aug, 135 days. Aug. 133 218 00 Fifth District, overdrawn.. some other things Perry vlllo, Aug. 13 3 duys, Sixth District, overdrawn.. 366 82 you suggesVaneeburg, Aug. 134 duys. Road and bridge fund overted. I must confess Hardinsburg, Aug. 103 days. I.uwreucoUarg, Aug. 194 duys. that I am much betdrawn 4310 79 tor In every way and Sliepherdsvlllo, Aug, ID 4 duys. Pauper fund, overdrawn 407 50 have been relieved Columbia, Aug. 194 days 1816 09 Sinking fund, due '0 of sorno of tho worst Erlanger. Aug. SO duys, Railroad District, due 3453 90 3 days. Stanford, Aug. My neigh troubles. School fund , "due "939 23 bors say I look younger now than I did Ewlng, Aug, SI 3 duys. It is ordered that said report be filed and fifteen years ago." Mrs. Sahaii R. Emlueuce, 'Aug. SI 3 days. Ellzabetljtovrn, Aug. SO 3 days. recorded in the County Court Clerk's WlIATLEY, Athens, Texas, R. P. D. Shelby vlllo, Aug. SO 4 duys. office, No. 3. Box 01 London, Aug, SO 4 days, Wo know of no other medicine which Nlcho'asvllle, Aug. SO 3 duys. It appearjng that the Sheriff has overI'loronce, Aug.S7 4 days. paid the road fund in the First District has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women, or received so many (Ji)riunntowu, Aug, S7 4 days, in the sum of 4.57 and that he has I'arls, Sopt. S 5 days, overpaid tlie road fund in the Fourth Kenuino testimonials,, as has Lydia E. Alexandria. Sept. 8 5 days, Tinkham's Vegetable Compound. t'liltou, Hop t. 5 duys. DUtrlct, in the sum of I157. 80, and that In nearly eyery community you will l'runkfort, Sept. 24 days, he lias overpaid the road fud of the find women who havo been restored to SoaiorsiHi Sept. S 4 duys. Fifth District in the sum of $218,00, and health by this famous medicine, Almost UurilbtowiT, topt. 34 days, fe that hi ha overpaid Uk: ro&dfuud of the every women you meet knows a Ilurboursrillo. Sept. days. Tpu)klnsrllli, Sopt. -4 days Sixth District in tho sum of &63,Si, it is great good jit has been doing among I'VunJillu, Soyt. --il duys. ordered he wtcdv credit for these frover suffering women for tlie past 30 years. Hodgenvlllo.b'opt, 9 duys, al amotinU in tJeamouut charged to him In tho PinKham Laboratory at Lynn, Alontieullo, Sept. 9 -- 4 days. forthcsdi(rkfoftheyiri9i3 And Mass., are fijes containing hundreds of MoriwHowu, 6upt.ll-3da- .y. Fulnioutli, Sopt. 19 1 duys. it appearing that there is in, ike hands of thousands oft letters from women seektho 'pum of 305,37 du the ing health, hjiwhich many openly state Keutueky Stale Fair, LouIsTUlaSopt. theSheriu" , own algiMkturw that they have road iMndofthdThinl District, H ia over their regained the r health by Uling Lydia ScciiUvllle, Sept. ih3 says. to pay, aaul aum. to EiJPjnkham'i (Vegetable oniwed and ' Hprb Oavo, Sept. Si ( da'yH. Compound, 1k1 Cotttjutun, County Twaaum, who, miihy of thei state that it has saved Mowlln Clieeu, SepUSi t ayd. . AdalrvlUe, Sopt. SJ- -3 dui" nll credit aam to the aecotmt 0 that f,txom sui'gicaL, operations. ValucaiSept. 50 duyS district. jw waul; spedal adme write to uiosauw, uot. . - . .dayk. Has-welKin-chelo- Prove What Swamp.Root'Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-ton- , N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, tell- against the county. It is ordered by the court that the ing all about the kidneys and bladder. Bank of Hardinsburg and Tiust Company When writing, be sure to mention The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. advance money to the Road and Bridge Regular fifty-cen- t and size Fund to meet current expenses, at a rate of four per cent for all sums advanced. bottles for sale at all drug stores. It is ordered by the court that Squires one-doll- to pay mM stim to Comp- Cottnty TrwwHirer, who will credit fun! with that amount And it further appearing tlvat the Sheriff has overpaid the Pauper fund in the sum of $407 50, Paul Compton, County Treas urer, I authorized to borrow a sufficient sum of money to pay the Sheriff wid sum at the lowest rate of interest possible. It further appearing that the Sheriff has in his hands the sum of $1816,09, kal-andue the Sinking fund, he is ordered and directed o iny same to Paul Compton, County Treasurer, who shall nt once apply same to the bonded indebtedness of the County. It further appearing that the Sheriff has overpaid the Bridge fund in the sum of $4310.79, Paul Compton, County Treasurer, ill authorised to pay said sum to the Sheriff and is further authorized, if necessary, to borrow a sufficient sum of money lo pay said amount at the lowest rate of interest possible. The Treasurer is ordered to retain in his hands out of Sinking fund a sufficient sum to pay the interest on the bonded indebtedness of the County ns it may become due. And it further appearing that there is in the hands of the Sheriff due the S.hool'fund the sum of $1 1,939.23, he is ordered to pay said sum to Andrew Driskell, Supt. of Public Schools. And further appearing that the Sheriff lias in his hands the sum of $3,453.96, due the R. R: Tax District, he is now ordered and directed to pay said sum to Paul Compton, County Treasurer, who will at once call and cancel two of the outstand ing bonds against the R. R. Tax District. Whereas it appears that there are outstanding some warrants against the County, payable out of tlie levy of 1912, it is ordered that the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company take up said warrants and that after they are paid they will draw interests as other warrants do Pl Come One! Cume all! CITY PROPERTY HIGH ST. HOME let me look after your.... Insurance No line No line too big too small Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the United States. AH been tried and gave perfect satisfaction. L. C. TAUL, Agent Cloverport, Ky. HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building 2 floors 10x40; bath, laundry, bnsement, natural gus, hot water and nil modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents for $240 a year. Price $2,750, cash. If you want a nico homo this is your chance. Tho best placo on earth is tho place you call homo. by not havo one that is beautiful fur-imc- c, i and convenient? REAL ESTATE AS AN INVESTMENT There is nono bettor. Bettie A. McCall Mrs. Eliza Gregory W. G. Bandy . W.J. Piggott Robt. Hendricks J. D. Hambleton Annia Glasscock W. P. Roberts W. H. Dowell Sam Basset B. F. Wilson C. F. Lyons Tom Flood G. V. Askins Will Ch.iney Malissa Basham 2001 tate is safe. Ho can go to bed secure in the knowledge that tho earth 1961 will bo there and that his property is protected by insurance. Put 349 your money in homo ground whore you can watch your investment. The man who puts his monoy into real es- 452 3217 66 42 5 14 14 91 Write or ask Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. about this beautiful home. 4 xl 2078 32 89 10 96 1280 7 05 6 12 19 40 Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest wny to raako money is to buy land inQBrockonndgo county. Western land has had its day. Qld Kentucky VUie ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for c?v living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge countynas bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. Tho people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, por cent in tho last ten years. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, writo your name and address'and wo will koopyou in touch with our bargains. 532 Wanted Small Farms We have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 ncros, improved. If have u small farm well improved, good level land, list it with us and wo will do tho"rost. Acres. J rollos from Ii vltigton.oti rural route. Good frame dwolllng; 0 rooms utid veranda; good barn 30&o; tenunt liouso; 137 acres under plow; 100 acres grass; S5 nuns In timber; uoll watered, clsierii und ponds. X to iO bushels corn und ISOi) pounds tobacco to ucro. Uood clover land lays wuvy to luvol location. Ideal and In otto ot tbu best neighborhoods In tlio county Price St.SQO; j eitsli Terms on balance frctn rullror.d, 2 300'iieros 3 miles tnllo from scbooi- nour Sample; one IBS No. I. A Fine Home Farm Olon Nn I "3 ir5 acres 1 mllo East of stone Dean; good, strong llmo soil, watered by wells and springs, ou good county road, near good school und churches. New tobacco barn co itJl.SOO, 3 stock barns, pood teuint houses, line clover and grass hind. Trlcu $0,100. Nfk I A 13i acres located 1 mllo north of MuQuady. i'rleo fS,000. M case b.ilanco in yearly payments. nu. Nn if I 01 houo. No. e, COMPLICATION 23- OF WOMAN'S ILLS apgllQ 1 1A Nn 1U 59 Acres near Hums. Uwelllng; barnSOxSO; log SO ueres wheat, tobacco, torn, clover, ui.d ,nu rost rolling; soil sandystable. underlaid levol. loam grass, lfi miles from Irvlngton, on rural with clay; well watered. Price S430. route. Tills lund Isn little rollliK' but does not wash. I'rleo right. Jno. U. Ifabbugo, Nn 1R mllo from 1,J well Improved; plunty Harnod: Olovnriiort Ivv. of good water;Sstoclcbirns HJxOJ und 30x49. Two-sto"wutlfully mllo from Nn d ullvotowu. located onepractically S4.750 dwolllng. und tenant house. I'rleo 100 acres till iovoI liiitd. unimproved; good 'onclng. Ideal spot for dulry farm. I'rleo reasonable. Nn 1 O Kllrm of 175 acres, ltj miles from N tlto Jno. IJ It bbKge. Cloverport, Ky. s Cloverport on Star ltoute; 140 acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwollC 1S acres located near OuUcs, Hun-ilng; two good barns for tobacco and stock. v cock county; ISO acres under plow This Is a bargain. Write Jno. I). Habbago for 78 acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; further particulars. 0 room dwelling; barn 40jcOi); 40 a:res level, rts,t rolling. Uood luna for tabacco. corn, Ma 90, 103 acres at Klor.il, Hancock wheat und clover It Is u bargain at 51,800, West of Vu' l county, Ky., 0 miles dwolllng 500 cash, balance easy puymunts HMesvlilo. Improvements S Tenant houses; 1 barn 50x50; storo house on Nn O 1M acres; ml0 ellston Henderson tho place, good stand for a storo: good lund iu. v K0UtBi 1 located of Lodiminj. for tabacco, corn and wheat. Price $1,050, lOucres In pasture, &0 in timber; m H cush. dwolllng; goou burn and well watered; e laud. Price fl.UM. "? Ofin l'or 10 acres four mlles:west of iuuu alendeuno, 3 acres in branch ",Hl.llK,(f,JUU uud lovel Nn . 1 1 irnnfl h.irn i,U ..... flminH lund, railroad; all fresh lund; 100mllos from cultiva. ,,U,, . ., .... Intirl ..u... VM, watt tion; 50 acros In grass; will produco the best lY ; j miies irom irvington. wiiwiii Priced, 300 corn, wheat and tobacco fa neighborhood; Nn 1 O 2o0 acres lying In a valloy; S plenty lasting wutor,2 woll at door of dwella roomilweiringundhull;2tonant ing; log dwolllng, rooms und slda roomi "puses, largo tobacco barn; 2K miles South good stable ; 3 tobacco burns ; of Kirk. H mllo from school woll wutered, 2 Plenty ot good timber for 3 tenant housoi. farm purposoii springs near barn; on Iturulllouto. good land to clear. Price U, 000 H cush. Grows (ft i, gt.ax). ed; ono -- J0 llcres 4 ln"os from Hurdlns-'- 7 burg, county seat: well improv the best farms in the county. I'rleo "i Uood Stock r.irm. IK acres; well improved dwelling; stock barn. ry w. Ilvo-roo- lime-ston- 1S- that IB -- 1 A FARM CHEAP AND I WHY IT IS CHEAP! I IK FIHST Becauso it is u goo.1 farm, fertile land, lays woll, slightly rolling, docs not wash; nearly ovory ncro is tillablo"; it has southern exposure; it will produco crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lyinjr on northern lull side. SKPOXH II ls lu tne K'don spot of Breckinridge county: I ouiiij iiuiu ifuu w yyv nil IIUIU, v" THIRD It is near tho railroad. n M 2-- "o of-th- 3r- -3 3- A of grass. ioi'os FIFI'lI in contams 30 rightly i"d is cheap. Xt will produco ono year, if farmed, nearly half its cost. Iabor plentiful and cheap. Writo whout, FOURTH'1' Pr0W8kinds vor, all corn, tobacco oats, cow peas clp- - ays. durd '' JNO. D. BABBAGE Cloverport, Ky. fjr .r JiulapiriiUt pvm 'i mm a. M. ,. 1 L ''. M Tour letter WBl rtffct walliJM, iwrwi ky ft HjMlrlliktf(lla. AA a adummTI.. ii : Vl MKjoeuf, vruii9 Uf- - rz r r ""n - $4,200 v Pr ice $4,200 m r. Pr1... mn - ifa A Man Irvirigton Hardware w M isn't Necessarily Polished because you can see his Finish." mi... f ii i' UN ii IPf 111 ' f'ft i . i . ) ".t ' Money Savsd-Mon- ey Made plows Wagons , ill aii "m ii ,i mi iii Implement Co. " . .i Hi, .1 . - ii J I Oir Spwiittils American Paint, Yarni$b Superior Vacuum Gleaner Can be operated by man, woman or child. p which we bought before the advance. We are offering these wagons for a short time at old prices. If you need a wagou now js the time tp buy and save itioney. Don't delay as e will have to advance the price as soon as this lot is gone. We afre also making special prices on buggies. Come and see and be convinced L ODBURG iftss'Bessio, B. Weatberford, of Garfield was the week end guest of her Hunt, Mrs. Jess Paries. hode"a was Miss EV!ft'sFarr' oi the guest M- Ed Kraush Sunday. Miss' MariTKraush, of Union Star, was the week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ed Kraush. Miss Marian Dix, of Stephensport, was the guest of Miss Etnaree Bandy Sunday. Misses Allleue Cohen, Sadie Cohen, of Louisville; Mesdames W. G. Schopp, S. Bennett, E H. Miller, E. Connor and G. W. Payne, of Stephensport; Mrs. C. G. Fella, of Addison: Mrs. H. L, Bruner and daughter, Florence, of Fryraireji were guests of Mrs. Ida Nottingham Sunday. Mr. and Mrs F M. Bashatn visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys Sunday. Mrs. Ed Shelman and.daughter, Mrs. Will Shelman, of Fryraire, were guests of Mrs. A, M. Hardin Saturday. Edgar Compton has been in Illinois for some time returned home last week. Miss Lucile Parr gave a' rook party on last Tuesday in honor of her guest. Miss Isabelle Moorman, of Harned. The invited guests were: Misses Mamie Adklsson, Blanche Robertson, Hazel Payne, Alma Keys, Nina Hardin, Vanda Robertson and Delia Deacon, Messrs Chas. Payne, Clyde and Hewitt Gibosn, Wilbur Keys. Waltace Parks, Hub rt Parks, Carlt Dye, Hubert and Lonnie Keys, Lonnie Hasher, Jubal Hardin and Everett Robertson. All icport a , Buggies If you want to save $5f00 Surries Ott a wagon, buy from us; we Harrows hav 2J0 Oweusboro Wagons Corn Fence- - n R. B. C. Goods Alabastine Fix-a- ll Mastic Paint Oliver Plows Chinaware Planters Cultivators Wheat Drills Harness Builders' Hardware Building Material Salt, Lime Cement Mattings Delker Bugfies Rugs Owensboro Carpets Wagons Linoleums Jewel Ranges Cook Stoves Oil Stoves Orders by Ranges Parcels Post Cutlery ' given careful and prompt Furniture '" forever; removes surface dirt as well as that from beneath the floor covering; does perior cleaner insures absolute cleanliness; takes the germ-lade- n dust out of the home The use of the 0Hk Su- iff m away with dust rag and broom; absolute- or dirt inhaled in the lungs; a labor-save- r; come, and see this wonderful little machine. Sold and guaranteed by us. ly sanitary; no dust v Attention Seeds Notice. MO And Many Are VOICES! The Voices Of Cloverport People. Thirty thousand V IP Ftp vu voices What a grand chorus! And that's, the number of American men anu women who are publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills for relief from backache, kidney and bladder ills. They say it to friends. They tell it In the home papers. Cloverport people are in this chorus. Here's a Cloverport case. Walter Meador, farmer, Cloverport, Ky , says: "One of my family sufferr ed from sharp pains across the small of her back, as well as other symptoms of kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got at Fisher's Drug Store and their use was begun They did a world of good. Since then, she has used Doan's .Kidney Pills occasionally, and they For earache, toothache, pains, burns, have always helped her." scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for n Co., Buffalo, emergencies. cents. Adv. New York, sole agents for the United States. Notice. Remember the name Doan's and no ot her. Advertisement. take Foster-Milbur- Mamie Gregory, of Garfield, was in our town Saturday shopping. Mrs. James Harper and daughter, Miss Besslo attended the quarterly meeting at Kirk Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whltworth of Mook are with her father, Mr. Smyth who Is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. Weatherford left Saturday for Sunny Dale to spend a few d;iys with their son A. M. Weatherfprd and family. Miss Wheeler, of Klngswood, gave a fine lecture here Friday night on Temperance. We wish more people could have heard it, as it was a fine lecture. P. R. Payne and son, H. W. Payne, were in Hardinsburg Saturday. Milt Davis and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Kirk with friends. Mrs. Florence Pile and daughter, Miss Mae and Miss Lillian May, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, James McCoy, Sunday. Islah, Compton et, Al,, Vs. No. 3302. Plaintiffs, ff 9fl Betsie Compton, et, al., Defendants. All persons having claims against the land of the plaintiffs and defendants in this action will present them to the on or before the 1st day of October, 1013, properly proven as required by law. Lee Walls, Master Commissioner of the Breckinridge Circuit Court. undersigned-Commissioner LOOK AS NEAT AS YOU CAN THIS HOT Pi B sXsf 1 i?Pi70 WEATHER Come in today and slip into a now suit1. We have all tho nowest styles, made of light weight weaves of pleasing colors, checks and strided effects. ex-1-tro- in f ; M ' One way to rellfive vhabltual constipation is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are recommended for this purpose. 25c a box at all drug stores. Adv. Blarney. fnr vnnr "Sunrlnv "Roar for your business, trip, wo can give you the "typical tog" something that you will have confidence in the stylo and material. fchfl For vfirtiifinri. W dignation. "So you're the man that gave the .officers so much troMe?" the magistrate asked. "I understand that It took seven policemen to lock yoa p. the culprltB haled before a magistrate one Monday morning there was one an Irishman who had caused no end of trouble to the police the Saturday night preceding. The magistrate regarded the prisoner with mingled, cariosity and InOf po-ll- cs Youths Men's and Younj Men's V Norfolks Prices, $5 to $15 Suits v HARNED Wheat havesting is the order of the drty. Old uncle Tom Smith, who has been ooi tl ? sick list fur the past year is growing wur.se, is not expected to live. Ml.-- s A'la Gray roturned home Sunday from :t two weeks stay at McDanlels. Mi-- s Miie Pile was the charming gue of l ist.es Qra ami Nora T. Black, of lvphesu, lost week. ' C nice time. Cores Old ' Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cora The worst ease, in matter of bow lone standing, are cured b Ihe wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Tain and Ileal at the same time. 25c, 60c, $1.00. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust "YIs, your honor," responded the Co., Admr., &c, of the estate with of H. H. Biddle, deceasod, Plaintiff, Celt, only- a broad grin, "bat It wo14 wan to let me oat." take Vs. No. 3280. Jno. F. Biddle, et., al., Defendant. All persons having Claims against the Estate of H. H. Biddle,. deceased, Compliments From Dr. Board Appreciated. will please present them to the undersigned Commissioner on or before the Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find $1 1st day of October, lal3, properly verifor renewal to 'News." You are confied as required by law. Enjoying Kentucky. s ducting a clean, Democratic Lee Walls. paper, and it gives me great pleasure Commissioner of the Breckinridge Miss Rebecca Ditto, of Decatur, 111., Very truly, to support it. Circuit Court. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John D. Babbage. She was accompanied from Milton Board. e by Mrs. Falrleigh and son, Louisville, Ky., June 27, Now Fairlejgh - l $15.00 to $25.00 t. B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. Mr. Hensley Goes North, . high-clas- Lou-Isvil- le La-Ru- Subscribe Right Walter R. Henslev, Master of Tri of the L.. H. & St. L. R. u cnonf week at The Inn at Charlevoix; Mid gan, enjoying tne resort and taking snort vacation trom train life. i j MUS&Au;.tu u V. G. : . . VOTE FOR n tl 11 For County Attorney! ' . ? Batbbag . - If Elected You Will Always Find Him. at His Post of Duty. Four years ago the Democrats of the county gave m this de-ftt- t. I nomination when no one else seemed to want, the job. We made tha beet light wo could, but the whole ticket went down in 1 am hero again, asking for the same place on the picket, aaa.if nominated, I will promise you to land the job intNovember. Thp " i W1 yJfflrffPl the btuinees of the County Courts, is brAMfc'oi your judloiul systew, hWZ much to do Qourt, ml with the expenditure of the people's money collected It shall be my purpose, if elected, to see that your wasted through those channel, but that ii will bo jl '' economically expended. A publio officer is the servant,of tho poople, staed ready and willing at all tuaee to serve th beet of his ability. Thw I shall endeavor to do if elected to the oftoe of COtJTy; ATTORNEY:. 1 .? t Very respectfully , ! v '! I ' v. hilt V G. Babbaoe, t l"'w' ' ' i . iAX nl'll 'A: te&- .mi' V'iA' CloverDort :, iitr. i.si 4TV -1 .I'iAf&i j rt