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DR. H. J. BOONE
Permanent Dentist Dr, Owen's Olllcc, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a, in. 1 to 5 p. in. Clovcrporl, Ky. XTl-III--11 Lll mdiiuii ncaiiiciiiuM, Notary Public CIoverport,OKentucky u nnnn iu nnTiinmniT Fire and Plate Glass Insurance FidelitylBonds Twenty years' expenence in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for First-class Work ft S? 2 772 F5?2 ft Stock Work i K i OurSpecialty 3 lno icws ,)ol) Kooms are prepared to ret out 3 : I (! 1 I ft ft I I Stock Bills, Sale Bills, Folders, Etc, on sli rt notice. Wc have a guxl linn of stock cut-;. Mail oners jriven bestot attention TheBreckenridge News f 8 ft 8i ! Cloverport, Ky, Notice That resolutions of re-pect are published at n cent per lino. Ploa-o do n-n send obituaries to the Xews without cxpoctinir to pay for tlio publication of this kind of matter. Instead of Liquid Antiseptics or Peroxide many lK'ople are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho new toilet germicide powder to bo dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet and hygienic us.es It is better anil more economical. To clenubu and whiten tho teeth, ivmovo tartar and prevent deeay. To dUlnfeet tho mouth, de stroy disoasu genus, and purify tho breath. 'To lteut) artificial teeth rim: bridge work clean, odorless SS To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify tho lireath after (.molting. To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. Tho best antiseptic wash known. ItoHovos and strengthens tired, weak, intlameiloyos. lleal sorethroat, wounds and cuts. and SO cts. a box, tlrugglhts or by mall pontpuld. Suinplo Free. THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,Boston.Mass. Newspapers Bunched. For spring house-cleaning purposes send to the News ollice for bunched newspapers at five corns a bunch. 7 NOTICE Please iU not ask us to publish card ofjthanks, resolutions or obituaries free tn i mm ONLY ONE "BEST" Clovcrport People Give Where Credit Is Due. Credit People of Cloverport who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid ney remedy that can be depended upon. The best Is Doan's Kidney Pills, a medicine for the kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and the only one that is backed by willing testimony of Cloverport people. Here's a case. George P. Megerle, River St., Clo verport, Ky.,says: "For three months I was unable to do any work on account of my kidneys being disordered. The passages of the kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to get on my shoes. There was a dull ache In the small of my back, which e.xtendd Into my head and although I tried a number of remedies, I was unable to find relief. Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to my attention and I procured a supply. I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble. I attribute ray robust health solely to the curative powers of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. UNDER i OUR OWN ROOF Last week some one asked "Why they did not put "that" in the paper?" This question is asked nearly every week by subscribers and non subscrib ers because an item has failed to appear in the News. Before asking this ques tion, please ask yourself, "Did I tell News about that?" Then if a notice is not in the paper, enquire of the editor or the assistant editor why ask no one else, because no one else knows. Do not depend on anyone telling us about your good fortune, your pleasant visit, your business promotions, etc., tell us yourself. e always want to hear the best. Remember that only bad news travels fast. If we wrote all the bad things we heard every week, the News would be a sorry old paper. Write us everything good about your self, telephone us or "stop in" the office and let us know about your friends Help us to make the News a "live wire", a paper that entertains, that is worth reading after it eoes on the pantry shelf. Heavy, impu-e blo-d unkes a muddy, pimply complexion, headache, nausea, iml gtstidii. Thin bio ! makes yon ueiik. pule, s'cklv. Hurdock Hluo 1 Bit ter makes the blood lich, red. pure re.toiei perfect heillli. PERPETRATED FASHION NOTES. TheTrimmmc Bug lias got to the FWasol, all right I Tills is not the Pipedream of a nut- GRAPE ARBOR 5UN- fashion plates of rami. flcUy.tue real piling In Pcirisacen eiy UuheKue d3 Modes. We saw it flrsMhotS all. KEEP YOUR EYE ON US FOR FASHIONS LOCAL NEWS. Andy Lofei has resigned hts position Willi the Acnve Haitlvvavc Co ' HERE'S A NICKEL IF YOUVL TAKE "v dose or n oil OURMOVINS PICTURE STUNT. iter the m i isl but Y?l,i cIodc Y u I'll rtoht L I from. F IIJK 'J 1 J'ttfWM X I ' ' '- I. I VU I M VI I I UUhh I A I . . . A n .. . . f l,f.tf,tt IAiN. M CRACKED ui. I miiiuii.ic- l ;ilti I NO RPnrrwPO;! I I 'A. nss v " " '-'ii.r rw.....,w ill v. -v i-TV i i tvii-wiw 1 VAV lYr7mrS itsmr HSTT mV! 1Bh WHERE DRAINAGE IS GOOD YOU FIND GOOD ROADS. Not Simply Surface Should Be Drain ed, but Entire Foundation. DrnlnnRO may be said to bo the most needed condition for permanent good roads, not simply drainage of tho road surface, which Is very Important, but a proper and complete drainage of the entire roadbed and foundation, this In such a innnncr that Micro would not bo any standing water In tho roadstdo ditches to ecep back under and soften the roadbed. Wo arc all familiar with the manner In which a railroad keeps Its roadbed drained by means of lateral ditches on each side of the roadbed, dug wltlJ a grade sulllclcnt to carry tho water lat erally lo tome Intersecting ravine, crook or other inturnl drainage way. As ap plied to highway construction the lat eral drainngo would bo largely ' by means of open ditches at tho roadsides, with, In porno cases, a covered drain of some sultnblo material In places whore tho necessary grades were lower down from tho top surface than would be best or advisable for open ditches. This would mean the working out carefully of tho contours not only for tho highway, but of practically the whole drainage basin affected In order that size, depth of ditches and location of outlets could nil be balanced so that the maximum of results could be ob tained with the minimum of labor and cost. Tho proper dralnnge system would bo governed largely by tho area of the basin, contour of surface, character of soil and location of outlets, and this Is a twofold advantago to the farmersat least to many of them. There are hundreds of farms nil or a part of which would bo greatly bene fited by tllo drainage, but in many canes the work cannot be done because they have no available outlet.' Drainage work as outlined above would give a general knowledge of tho entire drain age basin nnd would In a majority of cases provide tho farmer with an colt let In one of the highway ditches for his tllo drainage. In most cases the benefits to bo derived from the opjvir tunlty to Iiiive an outlet forn tile dra n age system would bo as great if cot greater than those resulting from proved highways. J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of Greensburg, Kentucky, says: "We use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is ex cli ent. " For sale by all dealers. GOOD ROAD MAKES MEN. FREE A firmer living on a good road i a free man. He is not dependent on weather condi tions. He is able to sell his stock find grain and fruit at the best market prices. The rail road) havs to serve the man who ccn get his stuff to a ship ping point any day in the year. :...- BY WALT Ac DOUG ALL OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! We pay 5 percent Interest. Prest- 'detit has certificate of San (ty from State Inspector All oflicers eon- plontly confined to building. No money loaited to LI (rectors 49m NATIONAL BANKOF NEW YORK. ANOTHER CORRECTION DUE. cfifel fattLfsKt. AtutxC en fan THE ON 7utf rut x&are&a. ?tati THE ciui4rtU. lilt. J.Javifyi Jt&6xic Cue pjf'iiattZt tut ad AaicAtet rite. 2c&4t. trftite ccx-i&ias- YOU IN m THRILL! IN GDRAMAOfENTODi CLAUDE. lUGivfT-s IHfiRES FIVE CENTS) f -v I TbuvniMP" iir vai il limn vm ic vnttt I .a I I VS"1-- OfMNK MY" TAKE rSSP IMMBOywiTM Lfe'llxNVRri TODAY i ' PILL JVS.T- ' ' ll if. vr-.wsrfcnm. l. y il J w i r i THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK 39 years of honorable claim to An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED APRIL 10-12 STATUE 5,000 FEET HIGH. Bavarian Sculptor Proposes to Carvo Mountain Into Human Shape. An extraordinary but evidently a se riously' meant proposal for celebrating the reign and the ninetieth birthday of tho prince regent of Ilavarla Is made by a Munich sculptor. Among the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, not far from Obcrnmmcrgnu. rlsca an nbrtipt and Isolated-rock near ly f,000 feet high. The upper part of this rock, which consists of nlmost perpendicular elllTs, the sculptor pro poses to model Into n colossal statue of the prince regent. The prince would bo represented as n hunter, and tho originator of the scheme is certain that all the technical difficulties may bo surmounted. The Munich Court Gazette speaks of the Idea as original and brllllnnt, hut a storm of protest against the pro posed defacement of one of the fea tures of the Bavarian highlands has nlready been raised. Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Chamber lain's Liniment wonderful effecthe. One application will convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by all deal ers. Convenient For the Invalid. During a recent illness the patient was waited upon by a sister whose cares were many. Including those of looking after the Invalid.. A device for saving tho steps of tho nurse at length wns hit upon that of keeping various small articles In little bags hanging from the bed of the patient. In a pretty silk bag were kept clean handkerchiefs nnd eyeglasses used by the Invalid for a few minutes at a time when she sat up In bed to glance over n paper or magazine. In another bag were the letters and picture post als sent by kind friends to cheer her In her loneliness. Comb and brush were kept In n rubber lined bag de signed for wash cloth. When the ill less was over tho bags wore restor'-rl their original uses For a mild, easy action of the bowel", a sliiKls nose of Doan's Reculets is enoimli. -Treatment cures habitual con sup it ion. y. cents h hox. A-k your uruggtst lor tnem. MY SON VAN MY SON VONT PEOUTO' RETURNS TAIL IN TWO MONTHS! MOMEI FROM YALE TODAY ABOUT NOW. EXPECT HIM YOU ARE APT TO MEET ONE OF REGULAR SO DIERS FURLOUGH FROM MEXICAN BOR Jkwm MS yriu'aHi'jHavi a rm DER WALKING HOME TO CHEER THE LAST HOURS OF A LOVING OLD MOTHER. HE WILL ASK TO MEXICOPERATE HIS UNDERTAKING. HE FEAR3 IN3ECT POWCER MOST GEE'BUT IMGIAD1 IMA Boy WITH NO BROTHERS' ?EiT. GUILE. JOSH AN! Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: dealing. Passed through threo panics and paid every legitimate its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER r The Fa rm is TT 1 but a mighty poor place to KEEP IT SAFELY. Tho far mer's money is ulways safe here, yet practically as reudy for use as cash in pocket. Paying by check insures a recoipt for every payment. And besides, WE keep books on your income and outgo, down to the last penny, and render an accounting as often as you please. Whether your account is largo or small it will bo APPRECIATED. Come in and talk it over. FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier J. E. KEITH CEL SON DEALERS IN Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. Notice At a meetinjr of the directors of the First State Bank, of; Iryintr ton, Ky., held March 18, lgll, we, the undersigned, constituting a ma jority of said directors, request the president and cashier to sign a con tract with the Secretary of State, to have a State Bank Examiner to examine this bank according1 to the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State. W. J. Piggott, Jno. R. Wimp, Minor P. Payne, J. C. Payne, C. to. McGlothlan. Complying with the above request, the Secretary of State on March ."II, 1911, sent Mr. J. A. Frazier, State Bank Examiner, to examine this bank, which he did, and after going over all the assets very carefully reported to the directors that he found the bank in a highly satisfactory condition. W. J. Piggot, President, J. C. Payne, Cashier Ttt Wfeltffel LJIA rt'uyy xt a tfeA V WlrrV VJWI RF&W rWPW 9 C. W. B0IILER MARION Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Estimates on Application H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY Better Subscribe! per cent on Time Deposits AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 Ql Good PlaLce I TkJt 1 CLOVERPORT, KY. WGATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE -4 1 V .1 '4 Subscribe Right Now.