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ening Sale, Dec. 6 and 7, 1912
Demonstration of the Famous Detroit Jewel Stoves
To be Held by the
8-Piece Kitchen Set Free'
Besides making special atovo
prices during- this sale, wo will
givo nn 8-picco kitchen sot, abso
lutely frco with each Jewel etovo
or range sold. The kitchen set is
valued at $3.45 whon sold at re
tail. Every piece in the ontiro set
is guaranteed for a term of years.
Tho sot won't cost you a cent if
you buy a Jewel Stove during this
special stove -sale.
Beautiful Souvenir for the La
dies who visit our store during
this Demonstration Sale.
in their new store building which is being filled up with a
new and complete line of
Hardware, Queensware, Enamelware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, Ranges,
Heating and Cooking Stoves; also at this time we will offer a com
plete line of Christmas and Holiday Goods.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE
In Making This Announcement
of this Opening Sale, we wish to thank our many friends and customers
for their liberal patronage in the past and earnestly solicit a continuance
of same. Pledging ourselves to give you the very best service possible.
We are now moving into our new and up-to-date building and our facili
ties for serving you are the best that can be had and we are at your ser
vice at all times.-lRVINQTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO.
Miss May Wadliugton spent Thanks
giving holidays in Louisville as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Brock.
Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Hardaway are
at home after a visit to Hon. and Mrs.
D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean.
Mrs. Nora Hoard spent Thanksgiving
in Hardinsburg with Mr. and Mrs. C.
Hon. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean,
was shanking hands with his numerous
friends here Wednesday.
James Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Ashcraft, of Brandenburg, spent Thurt
diy visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks.
Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan spent Friday
and Saturday in Louisville attending
the Southern Educational Association
and the Child Welfare Conference.
Miss Anj,ie Gibson has returned from
Louisville where she spent Thanksgiv
ing as the guest of Miss Beulah Mudd.
Mrs. S. P. Parks spent Saturday in
Miss Hattie Harbison, of Louisville,
and Miss Mary ISmma Alexander spent
Thanksgiving here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Alexander.
Misses Nelle Kathleen Smith, Helen
Mar Board, Mr. and Mrs. R B. Mc
Glothlan were guests of Mr. and Mr?.
Jas S. Younger for a Thanksgiving
house party which they entertained at
their home in West Point .
The citizens of this section are look
ing forward to the Farm School to be
held here December 10, 11 and 12, as
an event from which much benefit shall
be derived. We are expecting to see
the school chapel filled at every session
Farmers, bring your problems, have
them solved, have your soil tested and
learn what crops are best suited to
each special kind of soil.
Miss Alta Sinclair was in Louisville
Mrs. Mary Netherton, Misses Maggie
and Claudia Bandy and Mr. Poin Gal
loway were in Louisville Thursday to
attend the marriage of Miss Claudia
Bandy to Mr. Hirschel Kirk, of Kirks-ville.
Mrs. Charles Chamberlain spent Sat
urday in Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Piggott and Mas
ter Geo. Piggott spent Thursday in
Louisville with Miss Eliza MacLeau
Piggott, all returning home Thursday
Haynes Trent was in Louisville Mon
day. Mrs. Luther Wilson and childrm
spent Thanksgiving at Lewisport.
"My child was burned terribly about
the fuce, neck and chest. I applied Dr.
Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The pain censed,
nii'l the cbtld "auk into a restful sleep."
Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg,
N. Y. Advert semeut.
Mr. and Mrs. John Meador, of Basin
Springs, came Saturday to be the
guests of her parents, John Weather
ford and' family.
Tom SmU.li is critically ill at this
Mrs. Kelly Watts and children, Mil
lard B. and Lila H., will leave soon for
Owensboro to spend some time with
her father, Jas. Tucker. '
Bessie B. Weatherford spent a few
days in Garfield last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott were in
Miss May Pile, after spending a week
at Constantine, returned home Satur
day. Cyrus and James Moorman were in
Bruce Moorman spent Sunday near
Garfield as the guest of Miss Mary Lee
Albert Tucker and wife, of Mook,
were in our town Sunday.
Bro. C. L. Bruington was in Irving
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott spent Sun
day with Sam Tucker and family.
Mr and Mrs. Joe McCrume-. spent
Sunday near Ephesus as the guests of
W. T Macy.
Sunday School was organized at the
THE OLD RELIABLE
Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872
U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS
SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS
An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business
3 Per Cent on Time Deposits
new Methodist church Sunday with
Milt Davis as superintendent. There
was a large crowd out. M. L. Dyer, of
Hardinsburg, was out and gave some
interesting talks on Sunday Schools.
Let everybody come.
Four Nice Farms. All Conveniences
Bink of Ilardiiisb'urg & Trust Co.,
Duniul Shuumu ami I'mucis Sheeran,
ltquity No. 3473.
By virtue of a Judgment ami Order of
Sale of llrocktnridgo Circuit Court, ren
dered at Oatolmrtutm thereof, 1912, in
the aboe cause, for the sale of the here
inafter dicribed real estate, and vall
costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for
sale at the Court House dopr in Har
dinsburg, to tho highest bidder; at Pub
he Auction, on Monday, the 23d day of
December, I9I2, at one o'clock p. in., or
thereabout (buing County Court day),
upon a credit of six, twulve nnd eight
een mouths, the following described
Tract No I..
A curtain tract or parcol of land lying
and being in llreckcuridge county, Ky.,
and near Kingswood College, described
as follows: Beginning at a white oak 011
Tuell's Creek, running thence N. 28, W.
42 polos; thence N. 1, Iv. 14 polos;
thence N. 40, IJ. 17 poles; thence N. 20,
V. 14 iole; thence X. '66, V. 12 poles
to a stone 011 a branch; thence N. 33,i,
126 jmjIob; thence N. 98 poles to Cooiuoti'
corner; thence with his line S. 67, It.
196 poles to a stone in said line; thence '
S. 17, W. 224 poles to a chestnut; thence
W. 18 poles;thence S. 81, V. 18 poles to
the beginning. Containing 188 acres.
Tract No. 2.
Beginning at a stone in Coomes' line
running thence S. 67, li, 190 poles to
two poplar stumps; thence S. 21, V. 70
poles; thence N. 67, W. 120 polus; thence
S. 20, W. 180 poles to a black oak by
the public road; thence N. 871(1, W. 37
polos; thence N. 28, W. 46 poles; thence
Iv. 18 poles to a chestnut tree; theuce'N.
17, K. 224 poles to the beginning. Con
taining 160 acres more or less,
T'act No. 3.
llcgiuuiug at a stake in I'ompey's line
running thence N. 20, 1$. 150 poles;
tlience b. 70, 1$. 49 poles to a forked
walnut; thence S. 17, W. 30 iwles to a
stone; thence S. 80, J J. 57 poles to a
hickory; tlience N. 21, 1?. 46 poles:
thence S. 68, IJ. 11 poles: thence S. 4.
W. 5 poles to the public road; thence
with the same b. 66, V. 4 poles; S. 39,
V. 10 poles; S. 20, 20 poles: S. 28.
W. 26 poles; S. 20, W. 20 poles; S. 6, 1.
28 polos; b. 19. W. 24 Poles; S. 58. W. u
polus; N. 69, W, 212 poles to the begin
ning. Containing 217 acres more or less.
Tract No. 4,
Fourth tract bounded and described'
as follows: Beginning at two poplars;
thence N. 70, W. 127 poles to a dogwood
and gum in the old line; thence with
said line S. 69, IJ. 127 poles to a dog
wood and two hickories; thence S. 18,
W. 130 poles lo the beginning. Contain
ing 100 acres. This is the same laud
deeded to Dennis Sheeran by I. IJ.
Macy and Margarett A. Macy, his wife,
on October 15, 1894, and recorded in
Deed Hook 47, page 92, in the Brecken
ridge County Clerk's office.
Said four tracts or parcels of land are
parts of the Nicholas Sheeran farm, di
vided by orders of court. The four tracts
will first be sold separately and then all
together; the ale standing as made in
the manner which brings the most
money. For descriptions of the original
tract and sources of title, reference is
made to the original deeds filed with the
The purchaser, with approved surety
or securities, must execute bond, bear
ing legal interest from the day of sale
until paid, and having the force mid ef
fect of n judgment, Lein retained to
secure payment of purchase money.
IlidJers will be prepared to comply,
promptly with these terms,
Commissioner 1). C, C.
If you are troubled wih chronic con
stipation, the mild and gentle effect of
Chauibe Iain's Tablets makes them
especially suited to your case. For sale
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day set over and transferred to
James M. Lewis all of my interest in
the firm of Gregory & Co., including
all material, machinery, unpaid ac
counts of the firm, notes, bills and prop
erty of every description belonging to
and connected with said firm of , Greg
ory & Co. This 20th day of November,
I9I2. Elisa Gregory.
me Louisville Evening Post
fill and Brtckenridge News
m v r
one year $3.50.
J. M. Cox Gets $30,000
for 407 Acres Near Sonora
Elizabethtown, Ky., Nov. 27. J. M.
Cox has sold his fine farm of 407 acres,
near Sonora, this county, 10 J. W. Kul
kerson, of Ekron, for 530.000. Mr. Cox
bought the farm several years ago for
$1(5,000 and spent 14,000 improving it.
Louisville Evening Post
and Breckenridge News
one year $3.50.
A man with force enough to cultivate 14 acres of
tobacco and a good corn crop; work every day not
in crop. No bettor land in the county. Also farm
for rent within 300 yards of 'now college. Good
house, good barn, ;ood land, tine chanco to run
boarding house. Money rent.
I BOX 204, : : Hardinsburg, Ky. )
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day assumed control and taken ov
er all the business of Gregory & Co.,
including mill, machinery, and all ma-
terlal.connected therewith and all notes,
bills and accounts, all the property per
taining to the business of Gregory & Co.,
and in the future the same will be con
ducted by me, and under my supervis
ion and direction. This 26th day of
Jas. M. Lewis.
Home Wedding Today.
The marriage of Miss EuniceBeatrice
Simmons to Henry Lewis Kendall will
take place in Irvington this afternoon
at four o'clock at home. The bride
elect Is the daughter of Mr. M, S. J.
as a gift remembrance to your friends
and relatives will give more Veal
pleasure to them and less trouble
and oxponpo to you than a moro
costly gift they cannot use.
is prepared to give you tho latest
Will bo at Hardinsburg, Deo. 5, G, 7
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130 W. Market St.
I I'lrst and Second
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