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At Fiscal Court calh 1 ard held in and for Bntckenndtfe county at tha Court Houae in Hardinsburg. Ky., on Friday. MaylJ, Mil for tin purpose of providing MM and appropriating money to build abridge on the Rosetta and Irvington road over what is known at tithing Spring branch and to trans act any othar business that may coma before tha court. Present Hon. L la Waggoner, Judge Hrecksnridge county court, with the following named jus tices of the peace: Dan yuigglns, Qeo. Harris, O. A. Wright. S H Dix and II. A Whittinghill, absent Jno. N. Ak- er Came Robt. dayman, Commonwealth attornav and made soma explanation to the Court in regard to the Hardins burg and ( loverp)rt turnpike and in view of the fact that the said turnpike company had been at the expense of hauling and beating rock along said pike that was at this time unused in hla opinion it would be meritorious for tils court to appropriate a small sum for this unused rock along said pike. )n motion of justice Sam Dix second ed by justice U. A. Whittinghill, it is ordered that 200 be and is hereby ap propriated to be paid to the Hatdins burg and Cloverport turnpike company for the knapped rock and other loose rock now on the pike, but said appro priation is conditioned upon the tiling and recording in the HrecKer.riage coun ty circuit court of. in order forfeiting said pike and all its franchise to Breck enridge county. If said order is filed in said court then tins appropriation is made but in the event said order is not entered then this order of appropriation is to be held for naught and it is further or dered that in tne event of said appro priation being made and consummated that said $200 shall be paid as follows: One hundred out of the road fund of the Hardinshurg Magisterial district and one hundred dollars out of the road fund of the Cloverport Magiste rial district and the Supervisor of roads is directed to draw his order ac cordingly payable to the Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turn pike Company out of the levy of I9II, but in no event is he to draw said order until the order forfeiting the franchise of said pike be entered in the Breckenridge Cir cuit Court It is ordered by the court that a bridge be built across what is known as Fislimg Spring branch on the road from Kosetta to Irvirgton. l'al Garn er, Supervisor of roads and bridges is ordered to advertise for the building of said br;dge and lie will receive sealed bids on both wood ard iron bridges and after receiving said bids will let a con tract for the building of such a bridge as in h i s judgment is best for the in terest of tne county ami he will let the contract to the lowest and best bidder and a sutlicient sum :o pay for said bricge is liercoy appropriated payaole ojt of the road and briage fund of the 1011 levy. Minutes read and adopted. Ordered thai court ;idj jurn L. L Waggoi cr, J. 11. C C. At a l isc.i. Court called and held in and for Breckinridge county at the Court House in Hardirsb-irg, K, on the 8th of August, loll, for tne pur pose of considering the town creek bridge matter and any other business that may come before the court. Present. Hon. f. L Waggoner, j-idge of the Uri ckenridge county court, pre sidir.gw, h I lie following named just ces of the peace viz: 0, A. Wright, Geo. Harris Sam Dix II A. Whittinghill and Dan Q Jiggins, absent Jno. N. Ak ers Moved and seconded by Squire B. A Whittinghill thai the court meet on August ,'0. la I. at tne site of the pro posed bridge ar.d tm all tne sites and surroundings of the proposed bridge at Town creek and Bull creek and that all Bridge men be notified of said meet ing try l'al Garner, road and bridga commissioner, and contracts will be awarded for tne erection of bridge as deemed necessary at said time and place. Said motion carried unanimous ly and is made the order of this court. Moved by Squire Sam Dix, seconded by Squire I!. A. Wnittinghill that a walk be made on the South and West side of the t 'ourt House, said motion being put, a majority voted against it. Said Btloa is therefore declared lost. Came 0, M. Ileston and Wm. Ahl, Commissioners heretofore appointed to make rtpns and erect buildiiigs at the Poor House, and tendered tneir re port of work and repairs done, winch repurt is ratified and approved by the court, and tney are further allowed the sum of ten dollars each to be paid out of tha levy of 11 1 The action of Wm. Ahl in borrowing UHL4I from O. M. Ileston, to defray said expenses is continued and approv ed and is made an order of this court. Moved and seconded that court ad journ to meet oh the proposed bridge site of Town creek on August .'6, In, and said motion being put, carried and court is now adjourned to meet at said place on said date. Minutes read and approved. L. L Waggoner, J. B C. C. At a Fiscal Court called aud held in I. i . (ST) n nwwnrwk vr uvwu i s I I i FURNITURE j j ' luiuTTI LI 1 -issSlliMTl 1 w - . .. 1 F OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN URNITURB CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us; no matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms ol cash or credit that we give to our thousandsof regular customers right here at home To show you how fair we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cus t men who come right into our stores WRITF. 08 TO-DAY, and tell us just what yen would like to buy in Furniture. Baby Carriages or Go-carts, Refrig erators, Stovi -. Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum! Of Mattings; .mil we will reply by re turn Bail, giving voufull particulars of the wonderfully low price we can make, and the easy term's we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTY K everv article we sell and anvthing that is tint exactly- as represented will betaken beck end the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. ami mail IT TO US TO-DAY. BSE and for Brcckenridge county at the Court House in Hardinsburg, Ky.,on September 1. INI, for the purpose of making contract to erect oridges over Town creek and Bull creek and for any other purpose that may come before the court. Present. H Ml, L. L. Waggoner, judge Bracken ridge county court, with the following named justices of the peace: (J. A. Wright, G. N. Har ris, S. H. Dix, Dan Ouiggins and Ba A. Whittinghill, absent, Jno. N. Akers. On motion of B A. Whittingnili. sec onded by D. J. Qllifgtsa, W. J. Hall. Jailer of Breekenridgs county, is here- j by authorized and directed to contract' for ard buy sufficient coal for county ! purposes, ard sufficient amount not to exceed flM -s hereby appropriated for that purpose, payable out of the 1 9 1 1 j levy of the ge-.eral expense fund, and , the sheriff ot Breckctn idgc couity is directed to pay said bill wnen present ' ed upon the order ot said Jailer. It appearing that bridges are ueces sary to be erected across Town and Bull t reeks, oa motion and seconded it was decided and is now ordered that the iron bridge heretofore contracted for from the Vmcer.nes Bridge Com pany for the site of Town creek, be moved to the site of Bui I creek and e rected tnere It was farther decided tnat a 100 foot iron bridge be erected at the site on Tow.i creek Thereupon care representative of SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, 111. "I Buffered from a fe male weakrn sa and stomach trouble, and 1 went to the Store to get a bottle of I.ydia E. pink, ham's Vege t able Compound! l -it tha clerk did not want to let DM have it lie said it was no good and wanted BM to try something -K', but knowing all about it 1 in sisted and finally Cot it. and I am so rrlad I did, for it has cured me. " I know of bo many cases where wo men have been cured by l.vdia E. l'iiik- li, no's c v. table Compound that 1 can my to every sutlering woman It that medicine does not lieln her. there is nothing that will." Mrs. Jam i.ki, SiWW Arch St., Chicago, 111. This is the age of substitution, and women who want a cure should insist upon I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound just as this woman did. and not accept bomethingelse on which the druggist can make a little more proht. Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills pe. cuhar to their sex should not lose sight the fact that for thirty years I.ydi 1 E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, v hich is made from roots and herb, has been the standard remedy foi fe I . ills. In almost every community you will find women who have In-, ' restored to health by I.ydia J. l'iuk uam's Vegetable Compound A the Vincennes Bridge Company of Ind iana. The Champion Bridge Company of Onio, and the Attick Bridge Com pany of Indiana, and submitting sealed bids for the erection of said bridge. Said bids being opened in open court ar.d all the facts in connection there with being discussed it was decided that the bid of the Attick Bridge Com pany of Attick, Fountain county, Ind , was the most acceptable. Whereupon came Geo. I. Hammond, agCBt of the aforesaid Attick Bridge Company, the County Judge and the following justices: .S. H. Dix, G. A. Wright, B. A. Whittinghill, D J.Qalg gins ar.d G. N. Harris and en ered in to a contract for the erect ion of said bridge according to tne plans and spe c lications liletl with said contract. 'i'r.e contract price for said bridge being f 1,463. On motion of U A. Whit tinghill, se:oniled by G. A. Wright, said contract is made the act of this court, ar.d is now continued and ratilied the sum of 91sfel is hereby appropri ated out of the bridge fund of the ltll levy to satisfy the amount called for in said contract. Came Bolder 6v Co., Hiliary Hardin .ind the bridge companies above men tioned and also submitted sealed bids for the erection of abutments for said linage, the court after examining said bids awarded said contract to Border & Co. , of Cloverport, Ky. Upon motion and second which carried it was order ed that a contract be made for said abutment Then came BohlcriV Co., and the Fiscal Court and entered into contract in duplicate for the erection of said abutment and a sutlicient amount to pay for s;.id work upon the completion and acceptance, is appropriated out of the levy of IMl. It is further ordered that P. G. Gar ner, County Bridge Commissioner, su perintend the building of said bridge and abutment and he will accept or re ject said work when completed. Minutes read ar.d approved, and on motion ccurt adjourned. U L Waggoner, J. B. C. C. Mistakes Will Happen. IicHr Mi. Bahhngr: -Iu your issue of Sept. lOtfe you published h letter Iroui tne. 1 notice you made an error in the publishing. It isn't import. nil, hut it struck 111. that it was rather fuuuy. In referring to McCreary's diul liuckuer's steakiUK Hhoul i,s years ago, I said, I reBMeahef heatiM the- beya cry "Het- nth for liucknei, Betsy and the baby." Ituckt.fr Mfae the pioud father of a youug Bah) at that lime. His wife's name must have beeu Betsy. The way the Newt read, was ltet. the baby aud 1 lode a tlitle from Webhte: to Ilarditisbiii that mom, 1 em - vte luunt Iihvc walke : the rest of the way. I rode a mule, that was at least 'l years ago, aud my little girl Is'."., ears old. That baby is a woman now. We had 11 great laugh wheu we read the paper. It lemliidt me of a letter I wrote the Brtckeuridge Democrat oue time telling I f (limbing a mountain ItiOO fret hlgb. They published it lti feet. So my uld friend, C'baa. Claycuuib, of Webster, olten lauxbed at me about my wonder ful climb iu N. Y. slate. Newport bad some very I adly disap ROOMFUL OF GOOD Order One of Our 4-Passenger AO Lawn Swings, only . . . t)OitJO 313-315 LOUISVILLE, KY. pointed men yesterday when the reMilt of the Canadian Elections were an nounced, but for my part I am satisfied, for I never favored the kind of reciproc ity that they intended giving 119 It would have ruined the New England farmer and hurt all producers ot agri cultural products. Keep up the fight In Kentucky, elect McCreary, and keep the state Ifl line for I9I2. W. B. Henderson, Newport, R I. LeBie back is one of the most common forms of muscular rheumatism. A few applications of Chamberlain's Liniment will give relief. For sale by all dealers. '3 SALE Kreckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Aiitli.i M. Kohcrls, PI:itntllV, 1 Etiulty Against No AtHlia M Robert! Heirs. Defendent ( By virture of a Judgement and Order of sale of Bi eckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, 11)11, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, all costs herein, 1 .shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 9th day of October, 191 1, at one o'clock P. M. or thereabout (being Circuit Court day ) , upon a credit Six and Twelve months, the following described property, to wit: Three Certain tracts of land, lying in Breekenridge County, Ky., de scribed as follows: On the waters of Tar Fork of Clover Creek and describ ed viz: 1st tract beginning at a White oak supposed to be Wm. Bowers corner and running thence with his line N. 75 B N poles to stone with pointers in said line, thence S 14 E. US poles to a small Mulberry in Hawkins lit) ", thence with his line W H poles to a hickory and Dogwood thence with another of Hawkins lines S. 105 poles to a large white oak in Robert Easton's line, thence with nis line S. 65 W. poles to a large white oak, near a drain, thence a straight line to the beginning contain ing 34 acres; and another tract near the foregoing, lying on the waters or Caney Creek, bounded viz: Beginning at a hickory in Samuel Rice's line and running N. 7'.i E. H'i poles to a white r ak, thence N. 96 poles to a red oak and two hickories on a barren hill side; thence W. 2'i poles to two white oaks 011 a ridge; thence S. (15 N. 26 poles to ;i white oak near a small drain thence S. 16 E 22 poles to a gum, Samuel Rice's coiner then S. 5. E. 70 poles to the beginn:ng, Containing 50 acres, a1. so that portion of the Rice tract which lies 011 the east side of the Cloverport It Bowling Green Road, supposed to contain about II acres, being a corner of batd tract detached from the re mainder by said Road. The foregoing J tracts of land being the same deeded to Antha Roberts, by Cincinnati Coop erate Company. The purebastr, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear ing legal interest from the day of sale until paid ard having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Lee Walls. Commissioner. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. Important Law Case. Gus Brown and Judge Mercer, of Hardinsburg, were here Monday taking depositions in a land suit between Joseph Mullen and others and J. H. Lynch and the Cincinnati Cooperage Company. They brougt with them a stenographer to do the work. There wera several witnesses examined in the i W. MARKET ST. WANTED! 100 to Feed.... Cows, Heifers, Steers, Bulls BEARD BROS., t PICK OUT He carries himself w'th an air of confidence. He iooks his fellow man straight in the face. He has no circles under his eyes from loss of sleep He is not tempted to extravagance. He tallies with this de scription because he is the man with a bark account, and no matter how small it is. it is something for the rainy day. More than likely he banked with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky., because it is a strong reliable bank and offers superior advantages and facilities. MATTHIAS MILLER, President W. k. BARNES. Vice President DIRECTORS Allen R. kincheloe, J. W. Guthrie, Ah in N. Skillman. Huston Alexander A, C. Glasscock THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. ANNO UNCEMENT CARDS Of Baby's Arrival The KRECKENRIDGE NEWS Office Printed in Old English or Engravers Text Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hundred with Envelopes DO YOU WANT A FARM? I have the lust of SHI hUM Uud'still unsold; will sell for one-fourth cash 01 a cash equivalent, the balance iu payments to suit purchaser. This land it locate 1 oa the Hardinsburg ami I.eitcbfield road, teu minutes' drive from railroad sUtioti aud the same distance from Kiugswood where is lo cale I Kiugswool Cillege. District school will be built on or near this laud If you want a tarm don't fall to see this Uud. Also have two pair of work aud a pair ol large horses that I will sell. Write or Come to Hardinsburg C. L. BEARD. Hardinsburg, Ky. Notice to Correspondents Avrain we request you to ALWAYS SKiN YOUR NAME to your lettern. We caunot afford to publish matter unless we are assured of its authority . Correspondents please mail yoir items 011 Saturday mgbt so they Monday morning. ONLY $2 ensh buvs this set of fine solid onk mission style library or living room furniture; and von r;in pay Balance s it suits vmir convenience. The whole set, large rocker, nrtn chair, reception chair and handsome library table. Beery piece is full ste and exactly ns pictured. Best grade of chase leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs and rocker. The springs are oil tempered and sag proof. The rocker is easily worth J7.50; the arm chair 7.00; the table Jtt.50, and the small chair 4 nrv-f.23.00in all. Just think of the vrdue when you can get all four pieces for 13.75; only 2 cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., Louisville, Ky. I clip this Coupon from the The Breckenridire News, Cloverport, Ky, ad would like to have full partic ulars as to Name P O. Freight Office WANTED! Cattle Hardinsburg, KyJ THE MAN! !j. D. SHAW. Cashier Z. C. HENDRICK, Asst. Cashier J. W. Teaff Dr. Wm. L. Milner are made to order at til will be in the News ollice 7i at To Jb.