Newspaper Page Text
Of October Term Of Breckon
ridge County Fiscal Court
Held In The Courthouse In
At a regnlar term of tho Brccken
rldgc County Fiscal Court, held In and
for Breckenridgc county, at the Court
House In Hardlnsbure on the 1st day
of October, 1012.
Present, Hon. h. L. Wagoner.
Judge of the tlreckcnridge County
Court, presiding, with the following
Justices of the Peace, towlt: G. A.
Wright, First District; G N. Harris,
Second District; Sam Dlx, Third Dis
trict; Matt P. Payne, Fourth District;
Dan Quigglns, Fifth District: B. A.
Whittinghill, Sixth District, belner all
the Justices of the Peace In cbmmlss
ion. Came George Harned, Athel Ben
nett and Amcrlcus Smith, residents of
Breckcnrldge county, and ask the
court to consider the building of a
kiUn nunc Qinlrlnrr Prfiflk .it its forks
near Custor, tho court being advised iff
was moved and seconded that commis
sioners be appointed to investigate the
necessity of a bridge and to view site
for same, tho motion being put same
carried, and the court appointed Geo.
Harned, Pal Garner and Matt P. Payne
as Commissioners and directed them to
mako a report at the next term of this
An annual report of V. L. Heizer,
State Registrar of Vital Statistics of
the State Board of Health of Ken
tucky, was this day produced to court,
read and approved covering the fees of
physicians, mldwives and registrars in
the sum of $ 178.00, and It Is ordered
that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county
shall pay each of said claims that
properly endorsed by State Registrar,
and the Sheriff shall have credit in his
settlement for amount paid out.
Claim of Dr. J. E. Kincheloe
expenses attending school
of health officers $
Claim of Standard Printing
Co. for books furnished to
Circuit; Clerk, iillowed 26 -10
Claim W J. Schopp pauper
Claim of Standard Printing
Co, for books furnished to
County Clerk, allowed
Claim of Lee Walls, Circuit
Court Clerk's cost in case
Commonwealth of Kentucky
vs Farmers Bank, allowed.
Claim of Lde Walls, Circuit
Court Clerk's cost in case
Commonwealth of Ken
tucky vs Dennie Sheeran,
Claim of Lee Walls, Circuit
Court Clerk's cost in case
Commonwealth of Ken
tucky vs H. M. Beard,
Claim of Allen R. Kincheloe
for insurance premium , Fire
Tarnado, &c on county barn
machinery, mules. &c, al
lowed Claim of W.R. "Moornnn, Jr.,
salary as Livestock Inspec.
tor from October 1, 1911 to
October 1, lol'-J, allowed...
Claim of A. J. Dye, D. S , al
Claim of the Bradley, Gilbert
Co. for ballots primary
e.ectlcn August, igl2, al
lowed Claim of Cioverport Foundry
and Machine Company for
ballot boxen furnished the
Clarm of G. ". Shellman.
Election Commissioner 7
das at ?2 00 per day,
Claim of Dennie Sheeran,
election commissioner, 7
days at $2.00 per day
Claim of J. V. KtClair, elec
tion commissioner 3 days at
$-i 00 per day 10 00
Taxation and cot in the case of
Pa I Garner .and others on petition to
widen road, allowed as follows:
II M. Beard. County Court
Jim Paul, vitwer.
Henry Tucker, viewer
R. M Basham, surveyor cost
Taxatiou and coet in the case of J, S.
Tinius andptherson petition to charge
road allowed as follows:
H. M. Beard, County Clerk's
J. S. Tinius, viewer
Z. T. Hardin, viewer
Chas. Relddlc, viewer
Taxation and cost in tho case of J.M.
Rhodes and others on petition to
change road allowed as follows:
II. M. Beard, County Clerk's
Hollls Drane, viewer
J. V. StClair, viewer
R. M. Uasham, surveyor....
Salary of Andrew Drlskell,
Superintendent of Schools
of Breckenridge county, al
lowed, based on 6,703 pu
pllsatl8c each,.-,; 1,217 34
Claim of election plllcers for Primary
Election held August, 101a, allowed as
HAiiDiN'snona no 1.
J. W. Miller. Judge t 2 00
C M. Ueston, Judge 2 00
C. H. Mattlngly, Sheriff a 00
Dennie Miller, Clerk 2 00
IIARDINSUURO NO. 2.
Tom Gregory, Judge 2 00
Everett Meador, Judge 2 w
Milt Davis, Sheriff 2 00
C. L. Brulngton, Clerk w
HARDIN9HTJRG NO. 3.
Andrew Drlskell, Judge a 00
D. S. Miller, Judge 2 00
A. Mc Meador, Sheriff 2 00
Hubert De Jarnctto, Clerk 2 00
HAKDINSUURO NO. 4.
J. L. Ball, Judg 2 00
Jubal Hook, Jr , Judge 2 00
Mike Millor, Sheriff 2 00
C. A. Oelze, Clerk 2 00
CLOVERPOKT HO. 1.
Jno A. Waggoner, Judge 3 60
R. S Carter, Judge 2 00
B. O. Carter, Sheriff 3 60
n. n. Phelos. Clerk 2 00
OLOVERPORT NO. 2.
D II. Severs. Judtre 2 00
H. I. Stader, Judge..
Joe B. Smart, Sheriff.
R T Polk Clerk
CLOVERPOBT NO. 3.
II, Squires, Judge
J. K. Miller, Judge
W. P. Laslie, Sheriff
H. H. Hardin. Clerk 2 00
J. J. Keenan. Judge 3 40
W. B. Taul, Judge 2 00
T. N. Hawkins, Sheriff 3 40
I. M. Bates. Clerk 2 00
Sam II. Dlx, Judge 3 60
A. V. Whltworth, Judge 2 00
Joe E. Stewart, Sheriff 3 60
Jas. T. Basham, Clerk
Lonnie Hall, Clerk
R. D. StClair, Judge
Harry Norton, Judge
P. R. Claycomb, Sheriff
A. J. Dye, Clerk
J. B. Herndon, Judge
C. O. Kitterman, Judge
D. W. Henry, Sheriff
A. O. Marshall, Clerk ,
W. Keith, Judge
Chas. Blanford, Judge
G. R. Compton, Sheriff
D C. Heron, Cleik
Continued next week.
We wish to cull your attention to the
(act that most infectious diseases such
as whooping cough.fdiphtheria and
scarlot fever are cotrfracted when the
child has ii cold. Utaauiherlitin's Cough
Remedy will quTjacly cuie a cold and
grenilv lessen thy danger of contracting
these diseases.'Thls remedy is famous
for its cures of colds. It contains no
opium or other narcotic and may be giv
en to a child with implicit confidence.
Sold by all dealers. Advertisement.
Mrs. Wni. Chappell
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Is on the sick list
ster, visited Mrs. Dutschke's father,
Milton Pollock, Sunday.-
The S. A. Stiff farm was sold at the
court-house door at Brandenburg De
cember 2. Hark Allen, of that place,
purchased it at $2,700
Mr. and Mrs. George Hardest, of
Payneville, spent Sunday with their
sii'tor, Mrs. Sarah Hall.
Dale Pollock was in Irvlngton one
ciny lait week.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Comptbn and
Mr. and Mr. W. L. Black spent the
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Preach, of Lodlburg.
Martin C!u comb, who hat been liv
ing at Lodiburg for the past year, has
moved back to his farm near here.
Mrs. Otis Stiff and daughter, Mabel,
visited Mrs Mary Norton at Lodlburg
A Texas Wonder
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder troubles, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism, and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub
les in children. If not bold by your
druggist will buent by mall on re
ceipt of fl.yOno small bottle is two
mouths' tjatnient and seldom fails to
perfecUfcure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920
Olivwetreet, St. Louts, Mo. Send for
Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug
Louisville Evening Post
and Breckenridge News
one year 13.60,
Louisville's Most magnificent Mens
store threw open its doors for the
first time on Saturday, December
7 til. This store has been commen
ted upon generally as the most
mngnificicnt men's institution in
the South. Expecting to be ready
with our inatigural AT least 3
MONTHS Aoo, and being delayed by
causes beyond our control, we are
now forced to an immediate dis
posala "Housecleaning" at the
very inception of our business.
Rather than carry over any stock
we determined to give the people
of this vicinity, the most remark
abbe values in the clothing history
tory of Kentucky. You will save
much more than your car fare by
visiting this great sale.
Must be Sold
Read What You Get
For the Money
Take your unstrictcd choice of ev
ery 5io and $12 men's suit and
o ercoat in the store. All brand
new goods; nothing old or shoppy
at the "late-season" price (TO CO
The "Live Store" is to be known
throughout this section of the coun
try as "The home of Kuppenhei
mer Clothes"; in the inauguration
of a new establishment whetfc these
fine garments were to receive their
just recognition The House of Kup
peiiheiiner did themselves proud 111
.selecting extra fine models for this
sale. Accordjngl , here we show
now at the J 13.50 price, several
hundred genuine Kuppenlieitner
made suits and overcoats in all the
season's most fashionable fabrics,
together with the best products of
highly regarded makers. Kup
pcnticlmer Clothes have
never been sold on earth at
such a price. We need not ar
gue with on when we say that
you may now have our selection
of several hundred ot these brand
new garments, tailored for this
Kail's trade, now priced regardless
of profitjuul with the sole idea of
reducing this stock. All this lot
is special at the "late- (M Q Ef
season" price of 4HU.JU
Of course you know just as well
as we do that we cannot sell you
530 or $o clothes for $16 nobody
can; furthermore, as far as we are
concerned, you can always trust us
not to make an exaggerated state
ment. However, here are exactly
162 suits and overcoats from The
House of Kuppenhehner marked
in this stock early in the 1 all to
sell for 20. You will find practi
cally every new model; all the high
grade fabrics. Shawl collar coats,
great coats; belted-back coats, two
button English suits; double-toned
fabrics; all pure wool and guaran
teed both by the maker anil b us.
While this one lot lasts, special at
the "lntc-season" price
You will never again find such
thoroughly high-grade garniiuts
as'we are offering now for 19.
This price scarcely represents the
wholesale muker'scost. c would
much rather have $19 for them
now than to carry them otr until
another season and then sill them
at this price or lens. We ;m mU
the most wonderful of alius in
Kuppenheinier'sbeot $25 suits, ami
by so doing, lenient friendship for
this "Live Store." We can't ade
quately describe them here, but be
011 hand during this sale and put
ns to the test of proving that e try
25 suit nnd overcoat in this stock
is now special at the (Mf) flfl
"late-season" price of 4) I II. UU
Throughout the entire stock simi
lar reductions prevail. We guar
antee to save you at least 25 per
cent. Visit us and learn of the
live, up-to-date methods character
izing this "Live Store." Money
back on request. No one urged to
On Fourth, between Market
New Albany, Ind.
I TO LEARfKCARDINflf SPINNING
Mr. Warn Miller Celebrates His
Sixty-Second Birthday Big
Dinner For The Large Num
ber Of Guests-Mrs. Bill Rob
Miss Bessie Speaks, of Basin Springs,
spent the week end with her. mother,
Mrs. George O'Bryan, of Evansvllle,
was visiting her mother. Mrs. Valen
tine O'Bryan, of Rhodelia, last week.
Edgar Compton, who has been in
California for the past two years, re
turned home last Saturday. .
Mrs. Bateman, of French Lick, Ind.,
came In last Thursday to spend the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. M.
Miss Mary ftoble spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Joe Noble, of Frymire.
Will Head, of Louisvllle.-was visit
ing friends in Lodlburg last Sunday.
Mrs, Bettle Norton, of Norton's Val
ley, spent the week end with her sis
ter, Mrs. R T. Payne.
Hark Allen, of Brandenburg, has
bought the Sam Stiff farm. Considera
James Rhodes bought a boundary of
timber of Jonas Basham. Paid $150.
Miss Naunie Payne was visiting
friends in Irvlngton last Sunday.
Miss Frances Severs, of Union Star,
is in Louisville thjs week the guest of
We were sorry to hear of the death
of Mrs. Bill Roberts, of Ilaxeldell. She
died the -'9 of November and was inter
cd in the Roberts graveyard on the old
Roberts farm on Yellow Bank. Mrs.
Roberts was a zealous Christian, and
was a woman loved by all who knew
her. She leaves a husband, live chil
dren and a host of friends to mourn
their bss. She was
liam Roberts more
married to Wll
"Chan sixty years
Mr. Warn Miller celebrated his sixty-second
birthday on last Sunday, the
8th of December. All his children wore
present but one, Abe Miller, of Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Basham, Mr. and
Mrs. Roll -Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Basham, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller,
Frank, Jake and Asia Millor and Miss
Kitty Miller. The grand-children were:
Misses Tna and Mamie Basham, Elmer,
Herman and Joe Basham, and Carlt
Miller. One brother, Joe Miller, of
M:ade county, also Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Dowell, Miss Annie Keys, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Hardin, At 12 o'clock
we were invited to the dining room
where the long table was spread with
good things fit for a, king. Five kinds
of cakes, six kinds of pies, chickens,
hams and other good things too numer
ous to mention. A post enjoyable day
was spent by all, both old and young,
We hope Mr. Miller will live to enjoy
many more happy birthdays.
A Des Moines man had an attack of
muscular rheumatism in Ills shoulder.
A friend udyWdVhitu to go to Hot
Springs, That mant Hiijprf&use of
$100,00 or more, He Bouffmior a quick
er aud cheaper waif tafKtre it and found
It in Cliamberlair Liniment. Three
days after the first application of this
liniment be was well. For sale by all
Subscribe Right Now.
...APPLY AT ONCE
Buy Land, and Make Money
Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land in Breckenridge
county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal
spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living,
for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor
and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and
the Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now
is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in
tho last ten years. In another" ton years, land will leap another 50
)er cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap.
Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that inter
est you, write your name and address and we will keep jou in touch
with our bargains.
Wanted Small Farms
Wo have a number of inquiries for small furms from 50 to 10
acres, improved. If you have a small farm well iinprovedgoodlev
land, list it with us and wo will do the rest.
No. 1. A Fine Home Farm
1C8 Acres. 3 ml le from Iivlngton, on rural
routu. Good Ira mo dwelling; a rooms and
veruodn; Rood barn 30x5o; 3-room tenant
house; 137 acres under plow; 10O acres grass;
25 acres In timber; well watered, cistern and
ponds. 3j to .0 bushels corn und 1200 pounds
tobacco to uere. Good clover land luys wuvy
to level location Ideal and In one ot tliu
best neighborhoods In the county. Price
$1,200; H.casti Terms on balance
lIn ? 300 -acres 3 r
iu. Xf near Sample;
miles frcm railroad.
ono mile from schooi-
Mf. "3 Good Stock Farm. 155 acres; well
nv. j improved dwelling; btock barn.
Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, ai.il
grass. 1 miles from Irvlnnoti, on rural
route. This land Is a little rolling but does
not wash. Price right. Jug. U. ltabbagc,
Nr A Beautifully located one mile from
l,Ul u live town. 100 ucres practically
all lovol land, uuliuproreu; good fencing.
Ideal spot for dairy farm. I'rlee reasonable.
Write Jno. IJ lUbbhge. Cioverport,. Ky.
INIn ltw ucres located near Dukes, IIuu
liu. u cock county ; l'JO acres under plow
78 acres timber; wol I watered ; plenty of fruit ;
0 room dwelling; barn 40.lU; 40 m:res lovol,
rest rolling, (Jood lanu for tubacco. corn,
wheut and clover. It Is u bargain at 1,600,
jjQO cash, oalunco easy payments.
Nr Ii IS acres 1 mile South of Rockvalo,
nu w good level land, 4 room dwelling
tenant house and necessary outbuildings.
School house and church In 3o0 yards. Price
jl. 050 cash.
Jn n 74 acres, 3 miles from Kirk, dwoll
'" InglK story 0 rooms uno porch,
good well, small tenant house, good barn and
and stable Rood orchard.
Mn R Two-tracts 100 acres lu ono and
''" u 124 acres In tho pther; I'M acres lo
cated 3mllefrom Hardinsburg; loo acres 3
miles from Harned; H tnllo of Klngswood
Mn O 1&l) acres; located on Hondcrson
nu' y Houte, lmllo east of Lodlburg;
K1 3fin iiu acres, s miles irom Guston.
pu,ouu 3 miles from Irvlngton; well
watered t lays well; good young orchard ; good
timber ; on rural route ; school house few yards
fro -n house; Improvements; good four room
dwelling with kitchen oil back porch; two
good barns; brji und tcnent houso and cis
tern back in the Hold; meat and lien house;
woodshed; will hell ou easy payments; plenty
ot small fruit. Further particulars uiress
Jno. D. ltubbage, Uloverport, Ky.
15 H. P.
F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE
This ongino is in good condition; has boon run about
i years and is a b&pgfiin to anyone nceding)a stationary
ongino. HasaH'necossary pipes, gasoline tankwhich
holds abouWrt) gallons; has detachable gasoline "pump
and a jurifural gas attachment. Reason forselling
onth-ffy too larga for my
call on or address
io. D. Babbage
CumbtrUiid TclfkeHC Ne. 46,
70 acres In pasture, 50 In timber; llvo-room
dwelling; gooa barn and out-bulldtugs; well
wateied; lime-stone land. Pi Ice 51,000,
No 10 150 Acres, two miles from Hard
i. iv nsburg;7-roomdwolllng;2 barns
30x03 and 43x150; 'i tenant houses; good level
land grows corn, tobacco, wheat and grass.
I'rlco (3,750, Lund near this sold recently fo
S40 the acre.
IMn I 1 12-acres, good and lovol land.
''" x good barn; ull land cleared, well
located; 3 miles from Irvlngton. I'rlco 3,300
Nn I ? 25() acres lying In u valley: S
iit, it room dwelling and hall; Stenant
houses, largo tobacco barn; 2K miles South
of Kirk, H mile from school, well watered, 3
springs near barn ; on ltur.il Houte.
Nr 1 1 175 acres l n,11 Kast of Glen
i yjm ikj Dean; good, strong llmo stone
soil, watered by wells and springs, on good
county road, near good school and churches.
Now. tobacco barn cot Jl.200, 3 stock barns,
?;ood tenant houses, line clover and grass
and. Price 60,100.
Mn 1 A 13i acres located I mile north ot
nv. it McQuudy. I'rlco 12,000. Hcash
balance In yearly payments.
Nn I -J0 acres ! miles from Hardlns
iw, ij burg, county seat; well Improv
ed; onoot the best furms In thocounty. Price
Mn 1 A 59 Acres near Buras. Dwelling;
iu. iv bam20t20; Jog stable. 20 acres
level, rest rolling; soil sandy lo.im underlaid
with clay; well watered Price $050. ,
Nn 7M acres well Improved land, ono
nv XJ mllu from Mr.Ouudv! nil lnv.tl.
goodHhupo. Excellent neighborhood. KlnT
tobacco and corn land: well watered
Nn 1 R -.' Acros.ono ratio from Harned t
nu' '' woll Improved; plenty of good
waterjUstock barns 80x00 and 30x19. Two
story dwelling, and tenant house. Price
R9 Cl(C Por 160 acres four mlles'west of
4"-,uuu aieudoano, 3 miles from brunch
rallroud;uUfreshland; 100 ucres In cultiva
tion; 50 acres Iji grass; will produce the btt
corn, wheat und tobacco In neighborhood;
plenty lasting water, well ui door ot dwell
ing; log dwelling. 2 rooms and sine roomi
good stable; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tonanthousM,
Plenty ot good timber for farm purpoMai
good laud to clear. Price J. 000 H cash.
purpose. For further infor-