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75he Breckenridge News
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1910 Entered nt tho t'oitOflllcontCloYorport, Ky as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct nud city Offices t 2.G0 For County Offices $6.00 For State and District Offices.. 15.00 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe inter est of individuals or expression of Individual views per line .10 10 .10 Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. Effective September 19, 1915. EAST HOUND No. 142 will lcnvn Clovcrport Arriving irvlngtori Arrlvln Imulsvllle.. No. 144 will Icavo Clovcrport Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville... No. 14fi will leave Clovcroort. .... Arriving Irvlngton -. WEST BOUND No. 141 will lcavo Clovcrport...... Arriving Owenslioro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evnnsvlllc . Arriving Bt. Louis. No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Clovcrport Arriving Owensboro ......... Arriving Henderson . Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Clovcrport. ArrlvlngOwcnsboro - Arriving Henderson ... o:5 A. Mi .10:10 A. M .. 12:10 1. M . 4:52 P. M . 5:4(1 P. M . 7:10 P. M ... 5:07 A. M . 5:51 A. M , 10-53 A.M. ... 12:04 P. M. .1:5S 1. M. . 1:23 P. M. .... ; 140 P.M. ... 7:09 P.M. ... 7:30 P.M. .... 8-.IS P. M. ...11:51 P. Mi ,...12:5SA. M, . . 1:48 A.M. .... 2:15 A. M. .... 7:40 A. M. ... 0:30 A. M, .....7:48 A. M. 9:00 A. M, PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS About People who Live in Cloverport, Those who Travel and Those who Live in Other Towns and Cities. Church and Society Notes In cluded. John T. Ditto was in Hardinsburg Monday. Col. Claude Metcer went to Lexing ton Monday. B. Y. P. U. services conducted Sun day evening by Group 3. Leonard Weatherholt attended the circus at Owensboro Saturday. Israel Holder took a load o cattle and hogs to Louisville Tuesday. Blanche Sweet in "The Clue" at American Theater Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. Campbell and chil dren went to Fordsville Saturday. Louis Powell, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Tom Faith. Miss Beatrice Payne, of Tobinsport, was in this city Saturday shopping. Miss Louise Nicholas entertained tbe Friendship Circle Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop, of Lou isville, visited relatives here las,t week. Dr. F. W. Huyues, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Payne. Miss Jeanette Burn will conduct the Epworth League services Sunday eve ning. Miss Luia Severs is spending this week in Louisville the guest of rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry and little son, visited relatives in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meador have re turned from a visit to relatives at Glen Dean. Mrs. Williams, of Hawesvllle, was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs..T. F. Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Thurraan Hook, of Howell, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hararaan and son, Robert, are visiting relatives in Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ferry returned to Louisville Sunday after being the guests of relatives here. Teeth Cleaning is a cleanly habit, but we all see cases of the cleanest mouths and much caries, and often no caries in the dirtiest, we must look for a constitutional condition as our enemy and not a local one. For Special Care Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky, Oltlct oier Bank ol Hirdlniburg & Trull Co. June Lawson, of Cincinnati spent Sunr'ny here nnd was the guest of Mim Susette Sawyer. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Williams left Wednesday for Grand Rapids, Mich., to make their home. Mrs. L. U. Moremi-n and taby boy, Albert Crawford, are visiting telallve in Brandenburg. . Miss Cleoiin Weatherholt returned Thursday from a visit to Mrs. Mary Rnn in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hart, of Louis ville, were guests last wee'i of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison. Mrs. J. W. French, of Stephensport, was the guest Wednesday of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Hnmman. Mrs. Darnell Dowden, of Cannelton, whs the guett teveral days of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clghtfoot. , Mrs. Joe Bishop, Mrs. John Bishop nnd Mrs. Shelby I'ate were lu Louis ville Friday chopping. Mrs. Frank White is in Huntings burg, Intl., for a visit with her husband who has a position there. Mr. Vinsy, assistant foreman of the L. & N. shops of Louisville, spent Sun day here with Harry Newsom. Miss Edith I'lank, of Hickory, N. C , is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. C. McDonald and Dr. McDonald. Mrs. R. B. Pierce, of Louisville, ur rived last week to s-pund the sumratr here at her home "Rose Hill." Blanche Sweet in "The Clue" at American Theater Saturday night. Mrs. Chas. May and daughters, Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May, are ttie guests of relatives in Owensboro. Carlos Mattingly, ol Tell City, spent the week end here with tils grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Mattingly. Harry Hills, of Richmond, spent Sun day here with his family who are vis iting Mrs. Hills' mother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. Mr. and Mrs. Onin Hardin nnd chil dren, of near here, went to Branden burg Friday to be the guests of rela tives. Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt, of Louis ville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt, of this city. W. A. Jolly and John Jolly, of Mc Quady, went to Glen Dean Saturday to spend a week with their sister, Mrs Emma Clark. J. M. Khodes, of Webster; W. N. Head, of Lodlburg, and Cliff Slaton, of Rosetta, were at the county seat .Mon day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethericglon, of Tell City, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a little son. He was named Raphael Allard. Misses Jessie Hemphill and Susie Hailey visited Mrs. P. F. BallfSan and Miss Nellie Haffey, nnd also the Tai Springs a few days last week. Misses Emma and Alice Hagraan, of Skillman; J. H. Brown and daughter, Miss Celestia, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell Sunday. Mrs. V. G. Babbage and daughter, ,Miss Tula Babbage, will spend the week en 1 in Hardinsburg en route to Bewley ville to attend the Foote-Hardaway nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner, of Stephensport, went to Lakeland Mon day with Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Connor's father. He is 80 years old and very feeble. They were taking him there tor treatment. Birthday Party. Little Miss Mayme Bannon Sawyer was hostess to a birthday party given Monday afternoon at her home, it be ing her seventh birthday. Delightful refreshments were servod and an en joyable evening was spent. The Invited guests were: Margaret Newsome, Elenora Martin, Francis Martin, Dell Kile, Anna Elizabeth Keith, Catherine Keith, Marlon Lishen, Addie Bell Couch, Mary Dee Hill, Luclle Uambleton, Cathesine Phelps, Artella Bowne, Marion Behen, Cecelia McCracken, Dorothy May, Catheryn Conrad, Charlie Lee Hamman, Mildred Morrison and Carrie May Jackson; Billy Pbelps, John McGavock, Hugh B. Severs, James Franklin Rldgeway, Lafayette Reid, Charlie Reld, Marlon Clay Roff, David Conrad, David Be hen, Harry Hamilton, Charles K. Penick, Melba Sifford and Chas. Dorst. Those who helped entertain were: Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, Mrs, Martin Penick, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer, Misses Susette and Frances Sawyer, Jane Sawyer, Mary Gibson and Mildred Babbage; Messrs. Eldred Trumbo and June Lawson. Many Attend Services at Baptist Church Sunday, Row A. N. Couch delivered splendid sermons, both morning mid evening, nt the Baptist church Sunday. The evening service was well intended, thoru being no other services in town. The choir rendered special se lections, which wore very much enjoyed. fl Report of tin condition rf tha - OF CLOVERPORT Doing business at ths t jwn of Clover port, County of llreclfir.rnlar, State of Kentucky, t the close of business on lit day of June, lyHI. RESOURCES. Loans nnd DUcounts 5157.431 7o Overdrafts, secure d and un secured (U0.8:i Stocks, Bonds and other Se curitles 3'.,0S0.6!l Due from Hanks 51.13UMJ Cash on hand 8. 192.18 Checks and other c:ih Items HQ 47 Hanking (louse, Furniture and Fixtures 7.-120 00 Total $312 009 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid In, in cash $3'U)00 00 Surplus Fund 6,000 00 Undivided Profits, less ex penses and t.ixes oald.... 1, 0:11.09 Deposits subject to check $05.7.'il "7 Time Deposits... I67.S.1:! 09 2711.574 !I6 Other Liabilities not includ-, ed under any of absve heads 1.40U00 Total $3 1 :.'.()(. 9. U6 State of Kentucky, i . Couuty of Brecklnrldue. Jocc We, A B Skillman and Paul Lswis. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and bellnf A. B, Skillman, President. Paul Lewis, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this :ird day of June. I9I6. My Commission KxplresJan. 20, 1III8. O. T Smllman, Notary Public. KENTUCKY NEWS continued from page 4 man, 67, and Mrs. Mary Ttowland, 47, were united In marriage at the Green River hotel In that city. Before the marriage ceremony both signed a mar riage contract that the bride was to receive a child's portion of the estate, in the event she outlived Boatman. Boatman was married to his third wife just a year ago, and in his petition for divorce he alleged she abandoned him three weeks after the ceremony. I Two men were killed instantly and I three others stunned when a bolt of ! lightning struck a eanoe near Louis ville under which they had taken shel ter on Goose Island during a severo electrical storm. Those killed were Jasper Needy, C5 years old, and Jacob Benson, 23. The Injured are Joseph Iiarrimorc, Charles Hunger and John Benson. The men composed a fishing party which had spent the day in the j waters below the falls, and were caught on the Island when the storm bore down upon them. Fayette County's road specifications involving the expenditure of $300,000 for the rehabilitation of the public road system of the county, drawn after much deliberation and discussion by the Fayette County Road Commission, have been approved In every detail by Road Commissioner It. C. Terrell, thereby guaranteeing Fayette County state aid on its road construction pro gram and allowing Judge F. A. Bul lock to proceed with the work of awarding contracts. It Is expected that the work will bo under way by Juno 15. L. II. Bellbaum, the Cornishvlllo druggist, and his wife were lishing in Chaplin River, near Harrodsburg. and had tli r own in their lines about fifteen feet aDart in the water. A fish grabbed Mr. Bellbaum's hook and drew his cork under, and a few seconds later Mrs. Bellbaum's cork bobbed out of sight. It developed that a big catfish weigh ing several pounds had caught Mr. Bellbaum's bait and started swimming down the stream when It saw Mrs. Bellbaum's bait dangling temptingly near and grabbed that also, and both hooks caught the greedy fish. Corporal Davis Marksbury, who was killed by Villa bandits, near Cruces, Mex., was the son of Thomas Marks bury, who llvoi about four miles from Harrodsburg. Ills father is the owner of the famous old Shawnee Springs farm. Corporal Marksbury was 27 years old nnd spent a two weeks' furlough with his parents and other Mereer county relatives about six months ago. Ills early training was received at the Columbus (O.) barracks, and he was later transferred to Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., from where he was sent with the first troops to the Mexican border. Reports from Winchester state that Fletcher Deaton, the soventy-year-old Breathitt County feud leader, was taken to the State Reformatory to serve a life sentence following a conviction on a charge of complicity In the assassination of Sheriff Ed. Cal lahan, Jackson, several years ago. Deaton's ease has been carrltl through all of the statu courts and into the Su premo Court of the United Slates, where his appeal was refused. Deaton la said to be the last of tho leaders of the celebrated Dcaton-Callahnn feud that waged for years In Breathitt County. , Evidences ore multiplying that tho tobacco dealers expect tho demand for tha weed next season to exceed tho supply, according to dispatches from Hopklnsvllje. For the tlrst timo In hlstorx offers are being made to grow- THE TOWN SLOUCH By ELLIS M. CTjARKR. Cy Cawklns Always Takes th' Mattress Off an' Stops th Clock When He Goes to Bed. Tickln' Makes Him Nervous. Ono queer climatic freak I've found That seasons do not sway; tenstwlse It's scold th' year around On every wnsliln' day. A good many self innde men use Bhoddy material. 4 vir , rH Ik Note Advertisers plviisc notlfv the editor when you want advertisement discontinued. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Stray Notice TAKEN up iiHitHtruy. shout weighing uliout !K)pounN. C tnu: to my farm April Mill. No murks. Owner cun get shout ly proving property nnu iriyine ior auvvr'iMUK una Mr keeplnir A. Si. Squires, (lurdlniburg, Ky. Route No. 2. Wanted Timothy Hay. VANTKI)-A cur lnnd of Timothy liny nt once. Oull or write tli Ilurdlnshurg 1.1 very ui iiiiruinsuurg, Ky. For Sale House and Lot, Etc. COIt SALE llnuso nnd lot and out build- Inns In Jliittlngly. Ky., & miles from Clo verpnrt. ooou loeiitlnn for u doctor for particulars write Nut Tan I. llurriinsliur? ICy ltnuto No. 3. For Sale Pair of Ponies COi; jJALR Pair of match ponies, good r drivers und iiiutcli lit sl?u mid color Iili'liard McAtee. Stephensport. Ky. For Sale Milch Cow. :OI! SA A 11 extra irood M licit Cow. Ap ply to .Mrs. Cli.ts. Holder. For Sale Large and Small Farms COIt SAl.K- A number of largo and small 1 farms: 50 Ui GOO acres each. Fur partleu. In rs write Wni. Adklsson, Ihirillnsliurg, Ky,, or .mines I), s'entuii, Cloverport, Ky. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist Telephone 56-J Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-Law Real Kstate Sold and Exchanged Dst-ils, Contracts, Ktc. , Prepared and acknowledged. Clovcrport, Kentucky DETECTIVES WANTED! TI11? under.-igiu-d Agency will 00 r Mil or applications for member ship from certain localities in Ken tucky. Wo look after Criminals, Collect Names ,and Addresses of Farmers, &c. Collect debts and furnish commercial reports to busi ness concerns Wo pay salary and fees. For full particulars wiite. VA. & TENN. DETECTIVE AGENCY Incorporated Mahoney HId(j. Uristol Tenn.-Va. crs before the crop Is planted to taV.e nil tho tobacco rnlsed at $7 to $S per 100 pounds. The. planters are expect ing hip prices next year, in view of tho government reports showing a short ago Incident to tho European war, and they are putting out all of tho plants they can get hold of. How-over, the news of the shortage was not widely spread until it was too lato to procure plants in abundance. A. W. Davles, a son of Uywel Da vies, former business agent at the t'nlvorslty of Kentucky, was awarder; tho prize of $100 offered to tho honor student making the honorary engi neering fraternity, Tan lleta PI, at the annual Initiation banquet of tha fraternity. Tho prize of flvo $20 gold pieces was given by D. R Crawford, superintendent of motive pov ir of tho Pennsylvania lines wpt of Pittsburgh, here for the silver Ju blleo exercises of tho College of Me chanical and Electrical Engineering. At tho banquot Richard C. Stoll, n vis itor, offered $100 for noxt year's prize and Jlr. Crawford ofTered S100 for the prize tho following year. Mrs. lllauclio Halo Golden, aged 24, of Darbourvllle, has been selected out of 132,000 applicants as tho winner of the "Beauty and Hralns" contest which has Just come to a close. The contest was held by tho World Film Corpora tion, a motion picture syndicate, for The Kind of Goods Now in Demand for Real Hot Days Embroidery Voile, Plain Voile, Embroidery Marquisette, Plain Marquisette, Dimity, Plain Flaxon, Figured Flaxon, Batiste, Lawn, Dotted Swiss, India Linon, Picque, Poplin. W. ft is EXTRA SPECIAL Big Stripe Suitings for Wash Skirts at per yard Then the Trimmings, we have it too. 1 jj CLOVERPORT, KY. j xxxxoxxxxcxxxxxxxx I WE ARE NOW READY $ With Our New Shop to Receive and Contract FOR ALL CLASSES OF HACHINE WORK I OUR NEW BUILDING Q is thoroughly equipped with new special machinery for quick O und serviceable work. 3& X OUR GENERAL .O is ready for nil kinds of repair work Automobile, Gas nnd 5 Steam Ktisrines, Tnnk Work, Fiirin Machinery of nil kinds. (jaoline Boats and General Blacksmith Work. X OUR FOURDRY DEPARTMENT can do all kinds of Casting, either from your pattern or we can miiki! you a pattern from your drawings or blue piints, and at prices far le-s than in tho larger cities. I CLOVERPORT BOAT & MANUFACTURING CO. incorpiiruti'd Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 10. a. X. HOBEN IIARUINSBURG, KY. Funeral Director and Embalmer I will handle work in this county ami at lea-ioimble rates. CAMCKTS, UOHBS and it 1 ? 1 .. n Will Oe I Oil 11(1 III Illy UMiiuiiniiiiiiMii ui. i3-uinui iiiiii uiii k . 11 1 ni the purpose of rccniltliiK new srars for the Kcret'ii. Mrs. Golden was prevailed upon liy her friends to allow her name to be entered, which she did, sendltiK a photograph and wrltlni; a letter Riv ing her reasons for wishing to bcconii a motion picture actress as requested, Darbourvllle feels proud to have tho prettiest woman out of 132,000 In tho United States and Canada who submit ted their photographu In this contest, and Mrs. t'olden's friends feel confl dent that she will uiccocd In her career before tho camera. To the Public. "I have been usinc Chamberlain's Tablets for Indigestion for the past six months, and it alTords me pleasure to say I have n,ver used a remedy that did me so much good. Mrs. C. V.. Riley, lllion, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets are obtainable everywhere. Entertain to Dinner Party. Mrs. Wieklill PoIIiiven enter tained a number of her friends, to a dinner party Thursday at her homo on tho hill. The invited rtus.stfj woic: Mrs. J. Hyrno Severs, Mrs. Ben Hidjroway, Airs. Shulby Conrad, Mrs, Harry Now some, Mrs. I j. It. Itamp, Miss Lula Severn and Miss Mitrjraret Hum. Stock and Crops. The outlook for jjood crops in this county whs never bettor, in many years. Corn is nearly all nluntud and nlowcd over, und U lookino; lino. It is estimated that $ 25c REPAIR SHOP CLOVERPORT, KY. litn anywhere in Bit'ekinndtri HU1MAL SUITS of all kinds .. .....t , the tobacco crop will bo, the Iarr-e.-t in the history of tho county, and that .S" per cent, of it is already set. There is a line crop of jrniss and clover. Farmers are piittinj; in their best licks and taking advantage of the season able weather. Tlioro are more hogs, cattle, sheep, horses and mules roaming the beautiful fields of clover and grass than for many years. If there isn't a bumper crop raised in this county there is nothing in appearances. Heard Hros. have eel out 100 ncres of tobacco; havo -150 acres in corn, all plowed over tho sec ond time. Green Hros. lini-died last week planting their crop of 050 acres of corn. The Hardinsburg Mill and Ele vator sold 5,000 bushels of corn lnt week to Louisville parties. Heard Hros. uro feeding 100 head of hogs. They sold last week throe loads and are shipping 0110 loud of hogs and ono loud of lambs this week. Thoy havo 1,000 Iambs and sheep bought for Juno and July delivery. Jurhoo & Skillman shipped a loud of hogs last week tit $0.30. Tho load brought thom nearly $1,500.