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96 Brckcnridge News.
WEDNESDAY, FEB 5r 1913
nttred nt ttie PcKt Oltllce At Clccrport, Ivy
m Ht-cond cihs matter
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Fw Calls, per line 10
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For All Publications in tbe inter
est o( individuals or expression
of individual views per line 10
Mr. Charley Bohlcr is ill. ,
Harry Newsom went to Louisville
Fresh ovsters direct from Bhltimoro
at the English Kitchen.
Sam Marshall is building a new stock
barn 36 x 56 on his farm.
Mr. and Mrs. tfarry Calhoun Gans
have roturned'from Hawesville.
Jesse M. Howard, Glen Dean, re
turned from Louisville Monday.
Mrs. Harry Newsom will entertain
the Girls' Club Friday afternoon.
James Winn, of Louisville, wns the
euest of Mrs. Amby Daniels Sunday.
Fred Lyons, of Louisville, was visit
ing his parents near Custer last week.
'Mr. "Weber, of Louisville, was the
cuestof Miss Ka.th.rino Moorman. Bun
day. " Miss Leonora McGavock will attend
the State Normal at Bowling Green in
Miss Marguerite Walker entertained
M Jolly Girls' Club Saturday after-
rvin Mercer, Rosetta
fnrit. Custer, his tine
I - -, w
IAII persons indebted to me wm
Mease come forward and settle. Mrs.
ilrs. Feats, of Medorn, came down
lak Saturday for a short visit to her
"many friends here.
Miss Nancy Dawley, of Louisville.
spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss
Anna Murray Ferry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone left yes
. teruay for Enid, Okla., to visit Mr.
and Mrs. E C Babbage.
Gee whiz! You just ought to see our
iine of wall paper for this season it is
5 great. Edward Gregory & bons.
Mrs Joel H. Pile, of Hardinsburg,
left Thursday for Washington, D. C,
to spend the wiflter with Mr. Pile.
James Burk has transferred his con
fectionery to Mr. F. L. Heyser and
will devote his time to the motion pict
.-. ... 11 r iiio ...nil ntr fc nnw In
Jiil I1UC VI luio wan jiowi .o ..-
for your insptction. Call and see it, or
send for sample books. Edward Greg
ory & Sons.
Master Milton Benson Hills, of Chi-
.. . ... .- 14.1- UI
cago, Is spending me wimer wiui ma
grand.parents, Mr. andMrs. Hills, of
Uhe East Side.
Dr. Foote, Messrs Rodman Foote,
Preston Foote and P. L. Hardaway, of
Irvington, were here last week to de-livcj?-
The Rev. Mr. Cottrell and Mrs. Cot-
' trill mid little dauehter. Dorothy, left
I Monday for Owonsboro to spandnhe
week with relatives.
it ii. urisKun is uuuuiuy
him a home
fin the new addition to
A POPULAR OFFICE
M mine, because improvement in looks
i obtained here. A mouthful of good
teeth is an adornment of which any
owner can be proud. How often can
you sec an otherwise handsome face
marred by poortecth, or lack of teeth.
H should be every person's pride to
have as good teeth as possible; even if
they have to resort to artificial teeth.
How are. yours? An examination and
ttttiuiata will cost yon nothing.
J W. A. WALKER, Dentist
1 HardlHsbMrg, Ky.
Orfk avtr Hkry
J L. Pool Is the contractor. .It is a!
seven room bungalow,
Little Dclmar Burnett, the two year
eld son of Mr and Mrs, Jesse Burnett,
is critically ill of pneumonia with no
hopes of its recovery.
I. B. Richardson, Garfield, was in
Hardinsburg Monday. Says he isav
ing a fine trade since the tobacco mar
kct opened In his place.
William McGovern, of Free, Ky ,
was in town Monday and renewed for
the Brcckcnrldge News. He has' been
a subscriber many years.
Mrs. Forest Llghtfoot entertained
the Ladles Reading Club last week,
and Mrs. William Smart will be host
ess tomorrow afternoon
We have searched the art world to
plcase-you. Can we book .our order
carl)? The early buyer avoids the rush.
Edward Gregory &aons.
Wm. Jarboe, of New Bethel, and
Sam Marshall, of Hardinsburg, were
here last week selling tobacco. They
dropped in to see the News.
Mr. Fred Pierce and his mother,
Mrs. Robert Pierce, of Louisville, and
Mr.' Wnllace Pierce, of Hardin Grove,
Ind., were at Rose Hill Sunday.
Richard Newman, who received in
ternal injuries some time ago by fall
ing, was thken to Louisville and oper
ated on, He is getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster L. Heyser left
yesterday for Dcland, Florida They
were accompanied as far as Louisville
by tl.eir daughter, Miss Rny Lewis
Mr., and Mrs. Frank Mattingly left
Thursday for Tampa, Fla., to be guests
of her brother, Mr. E. J. McDonald nnd
Mrs. McDonald, who are there spend
ing the winter.
Preston Green, of Falls of Rough,
went to Louisville Monday, Mr. Green
said during the Hood they were with
out mail a. week, the stage of water.
there was the highest it had been in
Miss Mary Kennedy, the eiliclent
young business woman of the advertls
ing department of J. Bacon's of Louis
ville, and a Breckenridge county girl,
has joined the sisterhood of the Catho
Miss MarioaAHen will conduct the
services of the Junior Division of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church Sunday afternoon at
2 olclock. An attractive program has
A Horseshoe For Each.
The output of 'norseshoes in the coun
try last year is announced to be about
110,000,000, or one for each of our hu
man population. This ought to bring'
us all good luck! We give these fig
ures, however, to show, that the horse
is still with'US More heavy horses are
being used, consequently the manu
facturers are making more heavy horse
shoes and less light ones. The heavy
horse takes a shoe of greater weight,
but it will last longer because he doesH
not travel so fast as the driving horses
and others of 1200 pounds and 1-ss.
From 1900 to 1910 the number of
horses in the United States increased
from 13,000.000 to 21.500,000 while their
value during that period rose from an
average of $12 per head to $96. In 1900
the government reported the mule pop
ulation to be 2,250,000; in 1910 it had
doubled. It is estimated that the num-1
ber of work-horses, not counting those
on the ranges, increased 465,000 last
year. Dumb Animal Magazine.
Coleman Payne and wife were in
Hardinsburg Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse 'Kincheloe
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kennedy, of tear
Hardinsburg, were here Sunday the
guests of Mr, and Mrs Bill Crews.
Misses Mary Heuninger and May
Pile, were the charming guests of Mrs.
Roy Basham Saturday.
Tlta little child of Mr. and Mrs. Ho.
mer Alexander, who was badly burned
last Waek, is improving nicely.
The Stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Kobt. Bruington and left a
Misses Louise and Adelia Baker were
here shopping Saturday.
Bro,v C. , L. Bruington filled his reg
ular appointment at Irvington Sunday.
Robert Weatherford was in Hardins
burg Tuesday. '
"Uncle" Billle Crews happened to a
very paiuful accident Saturday by fall
ing and breaking his thigh bone. Dr
J. B. Matthews, of West View, was
called at once. Mr Crowsjs quite feeb
le, being 81 years of age.
Trains were late on our line Satur
day on'account of a wreck between
Harned And Hardinsburg. As the coal
train was coming up one car jumped
th track, tearing it up. No one was
In every item give name, time and
Ab Robertson, of Missouri, Is visit
ing relatives here.
Tor Couii'y Attorney
Wc nre nutliorfocd to announce
JUDGE II. C. MURRAY,
of Hnrdiusburg, ns a candidate for Coun
ty Attorney, subject to the nction of the
Democratic party nt the August Primary.
Wc ore authorized to announce
ns a candidate for Jailor of r.rcckcnridge
county subject to the nction of the Dem
ocratic Party at the August primary.
We are authorized to announce
J. M. LEWIS,
of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for jail
or, subject to the action of the Demo
cratic Party In the August Primary.
We are nutoorired to announce
CALVIN HIJNDRICK, JR.,
of New Bethel, as a candidate for Tailor.
subject to the action df the Democratic
primary election Aug. 2, 1O13.
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Miss Matttc Mllner is visiting rela
tives in Louisville this week,
Horace McCoy closed the fall term
of school here Thursday, and began
the spring term at once. He has taught
us a good school as can be judged from
the fact that the five qf his scholars,
Miss Ruby Dowell, Paul McCoy, Her
bert Kroush. Mertis Severs andOrville
McCoy, all succeeded in getting diplo
mas at the examination held at Steph
ensport. Ivan O. Jolly closed a successful term
of school at Hazel Dell last Friday
Miss Nannie Hall his returned from
her aunt's, Mrs. Kolan Smith, of Steph
ensport, where shohas been visiting
for the past two weeks.
Miss Delia McAfee delightfully en.
tertained a large number of friends
Miss Lillian Cart went to Bowling
Green Saturday to attend school.
Orville Norton, of Norton's Valley,
visited Mrs. Fred Triplett Saturday
Herman Myer, of Vine Grove, and
Winfield Scott, of Guston, made a
number of friendly calls in the neigh
t Miss Sadie Bennett, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mose Bennett, of High Plains,
was married Sunday afternoon to Mr.
Vernon Woods. Rev. L. K, May of
Gilbert and Owen Kasey have sold
their farm on ths hill to Wm. Stith.
Col. Z. T. Stith has announced the
fa"ct that he will attend the Wilson in
augural ceremonies on March 4th.
Miss Nina Kasey is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Foushee, of
"Ruth Is engaged to bo married tho
"Tho mlBchlef she is! I intended
to propose- to that girl myself when
I got tlino.''
TO DESTROY BOGUS MONEY
Thousands of Dollars' In Counterfeit
Colnn Taken li Two Years by
Washington, Jan. .United States
secret t.ervtce officials began prepara
tions to deatroj 'a great store of coun
terfeit coin, reprosontlng thousands of
dollars which has been seized dur
ing the last two years. Periodically
tho becret ervlco destroys Its ac
cumulations of rotiHScated counter
feits. I'aving only nuch ts are needed
for evldencB Id court and those which
tn remarkablj lu their traduction.
GOT LEFT IN
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JJotr- Advertiser plcnso notljv tlic editor
ytIk'II you waiii advertisement discontinued.
For Sale Ewes.
I IIAVK KOK SATiR fourteen flw stock
1 Kvfcs. nil Willi 1'iin'i. will lieeln InmbitiR
robruarysn. Will soil cheap. A. V KltiR,
McQiu dy, Ky
Farm For Sale
Farm for kuIo or rent near Tar Sprliws.
Cull on Mr Korrcst I'nte, Cloverport.Ky
Farm for Sale
PAKM Nnrtli of the. railroad lialf-wav he-
iween Wehster and l.odllurir: one clwol-UnKZ-roomsjGS
items ot land, halt In timber
Itood corn and tobacco land. For trade or
nalo. Kor further Information uddrces Krcl
Olaycomh, ludlhurR. Ky.
For Sale 30 Acres Timber
MO'TrVWhlto Oakr IK mile from Ohio
river. Address W. s. Asliby, Clover
port, Ky. .
OK SALE A li horto power stationery
Gas Knulne; Watklns mike. In mod ro
1r. IlreckenrldRH New. Ciovcrport, Ky.
Donas, MortRnitesand all kinds
bhinkH. Itrcckeiirldcu News.
A Good Kidney Remedy
Is Like a Good Friend
I wish to tell of the wonderful re
sults I have tcceived from your noted
Swamp-Root. I am fifty-eight years
of age, well and healthy to-day, but
there has been a time in my life that I
was all run down and worn out. My
kidneys were in a very bad condition
and. I suffered from lame back. I have
tried other remedies but never got the
results that I have received from
Swamp-Root and I honestly boliove
that I owe my life to Ir. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. I tell others that I could
not live without Swmp Root in the
house, for when I 'feel tired and worn
out and my back not feeling right, J
take Swamp-Root and I am feeling line
in u few days. I heartily recommend
Swamp-Root the world over.
Very truly yours,
MRS. W. A. GRIFFIN,
303 No Spring St., Tyler, Texas.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this the 20th day of April, I9I2
J. W. EHAIKD,
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Ulnghomton. N. Y.
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
ing all about the kidneys and bladder.
When writing, be sure to mention The
Brockenridge News, Cloverport, Ky.
Rcgularofifty cent and one-dollar size
bottles for sale at all drugstores.
Rev. Jnggers, of Vine Grove, filled
his appointment here Saturday and
Miss Miriam Compton spent Satur
day night with Miss Jennie Basham at
Miss Blanch Hall ppent the past week
with her sister, Mre. Frank Philpot, of
Glen Macy gave a music party Mon
day night of last week.
Winfield Hendry and family, of Irv
ington, are spending a few days with
Mrs. Z. C. Hendry,
Born, to the wife of June nail, Jan.
28, a fine boy, Henry Corbett.
Renfro" Knott has moved to Roscoe
Hendry's where he will work this year.
Ottis Stiff was in Brandenburg ono
da last week.
Dr. Parks, of Irvington, was called
here ono day last week to see Mrs.
Hendry who is on the sick list.
Mrs Molllo At-'r, of Webster, spent a
few days in this neighborhood lust week
Miss Eva Payne, of Lodiburg, has
been spending a few days with Mrs. C.
L. Avitt. '
Mrs. Ollle Adkibson and children, of
Sample, have been with Mrs. Adkis
son's mother, Mrs. L. G. Avitt, for
sometime, Mrs. Avitt is on the sick
list. , f
Wm. Chappell was in Irvington ono
day last week. t
Edgar Compton has been spending
several dns ut Garfield.
J. II. Avitt, of Lodiburg, spent Sun
duy with his daughtej-, Mrs. Henry
That resolutions of respect are
published at 51 cents per lin
Plnabo do not send obituaries to
tho News without expecting to
pay for tho publication of thin
kind of matter.
Valentine Day, Feb. 14
Latest Novelties for 1913
We show the pick of the sea
son's new offerings together with
some of the 'old reliable' that never
fail to please. Comic Valentines
including 'Hit 'em Hard' Trades,
Sharp Darts; Valentine Booklets
with envelope, Jokers, Post Cards,
Valentine letters entirely new;
Drops, Box NoveltieSj Lace, Plain
Red Hearts, assorted sizes; Honey
Combs, Tissue Novelties for mail
ing. Watch our Window.
J. ,C. NOLTE 6fc BRO.
I We Have a Full Line of the Best 1
I Class of 1
I Dry Goods, Notions,
1 Novelties, Necessities,
i Fancy and Staple Gro-1
I ceries I
li Everything for the Home, the Farm or the Family M
WE SELL CHEAP FOR CASH
)y Puy us you go is tho best way for those who find it S3
gig convenient. Payinjr cash saves many a nieklc, be gjffj
Iflffl cause you buy twice as many thinjjs you don't need S3
! when you run a charge account. g(8j
1 We Want Your Produce, i
ffiS Bring us your butter, egjs and clrckens. Hrinr them in iMJ
PJ good condition and wo will p:iy good prices. g
I. B. RICHARDSON
II ' Garfield, Ky. l
For "Quality's Sake"
i Lewisport BEST Flour
IT IV EANS
PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING
It Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us
LEWISPORT MILL CO.
J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AflENCV
Represents the Leading Companies in the Country
FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE
,i,n "i " - " " W '
Insures JaKK't?e niul Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goods
nnd Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited.
IVIules fop Sale!
We have 16 mules from 4 to 7 years old that
are broken and ready for use. Farmers need
ing teams will oo well to see us before buying
W. R. Moorman & Son, t'Sy"'