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The Breckenridge news: January 15, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913011501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: January 15, 1913 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII RICHARDSON SUMMONED fe Closes THAT'S PIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages FOR CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913. TRAIN SERVICE OFFICIAL No. 28 CAMPAIGN REPORT Ken-tucky, BIG VICTORY PARCEL POST WILL DIVERT MONDAY A ALL RIGHT AGAIN By County Chairman and Treasurer of Breckinridge County, $25,000,000 TOTI1EASRY Wilson Campaign, 1912. Prominent Railroad Demoralized Saturday -- Landslide at Rock Haven-Tr- ains TO THE PUBLIC: Business Man He Was III Having asked the people to finance a clean presidential campaign on Time Monday-B- ig FourJMonth- s- Native of Breckfor a patriotic and feerlesd candidate, and having pledged ourselves Bunch of Mail January 13. inridge County And Union to publish a list of contributions, which wo have already done, wo respectfully now certify that amounts wero received by the Treasurer, Star. BETTER NOW. as published from time to CONDITIONS time, and the total qf same, from all sources, is shown by The Farmers Bank records, is the sum of Fivo FRIENDS ARE GRIEVED Several cf the trains on the Hender- Hundred and Twenty-tw- o Dollars and Eight cents, ($522.08); and beson Route got a rest Saturday night tele cram Announcing the death of and Sunday, as another landslide oc- lieving that the principle of publicity in public affairs lies the counha A. Richardson, head of the curred near Rock Haven. A force of try's most potent safeguard, we agreed to make public the manner of of E. A. Richardson Clothing men and steam shovels soon removed distribution of the funds collected, and wo hereinafter do so. manv. was received here Monday. the earth and debris of the slide and by This report shows that our county's democrats contributed every bame as a shock to his many friends Monday morning every train was put cent asked of them by the State and National organizations, and they, his family at Union Star. He died on and the track was clear again Irlghts disease after an illness of Monday bags and bags of mail were therefore, have a right to share the honor of a great victory, won by ' Hionths. He was one of the most received as there were no trains to proper means, and, further, an investigation, will disclose that the re- -' eminent business men in Louisville bring the Saturday mail until Monday suits are not materially changed by our refusing to use either money has made by his energy and close morning. It all got here just the same or whiskey to influence votes. entlon to business a handsome for and "was up" before those anxiously DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN FUNDS DISBURSED. lie. waiting knew it. A pamphlet of 'parcels Ir. Richardson was a native of post information was also put in each Chock No. 1 Fourth District Leader, 115 postals and printeckenrldze county, having been born box by Postmaster Oelze which will be $ 2 15 ing thereon lUnlon Star, July 0, 18G0. He went very convenient for those wanting to Check No. 2 Jno. D. Babbage, letter heads, circulars and Louisville in December, I887, and how For He Kills Amendment to His Loan -- Shark And Pawnbrokers' Bill. Cost of Maintenance Much Less, Says Lewis-Fi- rst Week's Estimate of 6,000,000 Packages Too Small. LOWER RATES DEMANDED . op & Richardson, which Arm con- Eued In business for fifteen years, at fe tame junior partner in the firm of know to send a parcel. Interesting Young Man. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stites, of Louend of which time the Hllpp in- Shut- - isville, are receiving congratulations of rest.was purchased by James Eworth, and the firm became E. A. the arrival of their fine son. This baby chardson & Co. This partnership boy is arousing much interest along ntlnued for five years, when R. C. the Henderson Route where his father chardson boutnt the Shuttle worth and grandfather shall soon have to lerest and entered the firm with his bring him for a trip. rother. He was a member of the lethodlst church, Louisville Lodge, 0, 4OO, and DeMolay Commandery, GREATJAINFALL Inlghts Templar. Mr. Richardson married Miss Mary lobards, of Hannibal, Mo., and is sur- - From 6 O'clock Saturday, Janpved by her and one son, E. A. Rich- uary 5, to Midnight January rdson, Jr. He is also survived by his sther and mother. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. 11, Ten Inches of Rain Fell-Re- cord klchardson, of Union Star, and one Kept by Mr. Piggott. InvfVipr and four sisters. R. C. Richard- lot of Lrulsville; Miss Sarah Richardjon'and Mrs. William L Milner, of Dear Mr. Babbage: I have been Bnlon Star; Mrs. P. M. Board, of Har- - taking the maximum and minimum Insburg,-anMrs. George Schrelber, temperature and the rainfall in this lo- ' Icality for the past fifteen years for the East Orange, Is. J. Government, and the following might be of interest to your readers. From C IATER COMES o'clock p. m., Saturday January 5, to midnight Saturday January 11, we had a rainfall of 10 33 inches. OVER CITY BRIDGE During the time I have been taking these records I have not recorded any rainfall that equaled it. hio Threatens to Reach the Yours truly, W. J. Piggott. Stage-Famil- ies 1907 Flood Blanks Check No. 3 Check No. i. mittee Check No. 5 Check No. 6 Check No. 7 Check No. 8 Check No. 9Check No. 10 Check No. 11 ate Homo Check No. 12 Check No. 13 Check No. 14 Check No. 15 Check No. 10 Check No. J7 Check No. 18 Check No. 19 Chock No. 20 No. 21 ., Bemis Sign Co., one banner W. O. Davis, treasurer State Campaign Com 17 00 5 25 - Lewisport Ban i, part railroad fare , Lewisport Band, music Jno. D. Babbage, printing; bal. band fares . Ed. Gregory, posting notices for rally Fourth District Leader, publishing to date . Hon. Woodson May, fund Shaderick Nichols, expenses from Confederanti-Powers 182 50 22 10 22 50 42 75 2 00 7 20 10 00 2 50 10 00 2(5 57 o 00 4 25 0 00 5 00 4 10 5 00 3 00 2 50 7 00 - 2 00 12 47 50 00 00 70 00 Washington, Jan 8. A biff victory was won today by Representative Ben Johnson when the Senate conferees on the District loan sharks and pawnbrokers bill capitulated and withdrew amendments to the bill which Johnson has been pushing. The bill will be passed now, and the effect will be disastrous to loan sharks and pawnbrokers, It increases the license from $100 to &00 and reduces materially the interest they may charge. The mystery surrounding the espionage of Representative Ben Johnson for a period covering several weeks last spring, was partly cleared today as the result of Information which, he says, was given him by Major Sylvester, local Chief of Police. Major Sylvester, according to Mr. Johnson, told him last night that, after reports had become circulated about men shadowing him, he the Chief of Police put his men on the case to ascertain if this were true. He found that private detectives from Baltimore were doing the shadowing, or part of it, and that they were in the employ of Interests opposed to Mr. Johnson's course In District affairs. Thus, while the Kentucky Representative was being watchea, hi3 watchers also were under espionage, it seems. BIG PRICESf TOBACCO ,. i Towns--Cloverpo- Check Check Check Check Check Check Check Check Check Check Court of Appeals. Homeless in Louisville and Check Columbia Life Insurance Co. vs. Check and Tousey, Breckenridge; Other Ohio River Cities motion and Check Folks Are grounds by appellant for oral argu- Check ment. Moving. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., rt No. No. 23 22-J- no. il $ Assignee, etc , vs American Bonding BUSY HERE. Co., Breckenridge; agreement filed, apERRY BOATS pellee given 3O days extension of time to file brief. Ohio river, which has been rising The Marriage License. pldly for the last three days, sub- County Court Clerk Beard has issued erged the city bridge in the night onday and by Tuesday all traffic was the following marriage licenses since kecked, and people had to cross in our last report: Hubert Elder and Des-si- e Beavln; Jas. Johnson and Georgia Jerpy boats. .Sunday all the residents of River Bowman; Leland Tucker and Dora G. ront on the East bide were compeuea Martin; Otis Kissinger and Bertha e move. Town Marshal Scott Is the Evans; Peyton J. Henderson and Milsly one on that street who did not dred E. St. Clair. e ve to move, as the Moorman is built very high. The Hall Married in Hawesville. rally, Mr. Tucker's family, the Ham- P. V. Friel and MIsj Ellen R,yan, of tons, Edward Gregory's family, Reynolds Station, were married in rs. Smith's famllyand others had to Hawesville last Monday at the Catholic ve their homes and are having a church, Rev. Father Henry, of this :ood time visiting relatives. city, performed the ceremony. They In- - Louisville the flood is causlug left immediately for Frankfort and lueta peril. The water's are creeping Ashland. Air. Friel goes to Frankfort and many residents r the cut-oto take examination for county engive had to leave their homes. Relief neer of roads. tions have been established in school Idings. Thousand head of cattle in Victor Gillian Dead. 11 and shipping ports inundated. The Rev. Mr. Cottrell preached the funeral of Mr. Victor Gillian Thursday The Reading Club. at the Cloverport cemetery. He was a young boy well, liked at his home lathe The Ladies Reading Club will be en- - Persimmon Flat neighborhood. He died rUlntd'to-morroafternoon by Mrs. of pneumonia, R. FUher. resi-neff w A Can Party. Mrs. T. F. Sawyer gave a can party at her home Tuesday afternoon for the Capt. J. H, Rowland continues 111 of benefit of the Carpet Chain of the The invitations jmatlsm at his home in this city. Methodist church. read: "Come if you can, bring a dime He aanaot walk, but hopes to regain stay as long as you tfce ute of his limbs soon. He Is receiv- - if you can, and can." every day, Mrs. Robert Polk was hostess to the Society 1. V. Ahl arrived here last week Baptist Ladies Missionary to speud the winter. Monday afternoon and had a pleasant from Wisconsin He says t'u wathr there was too cold meeting. Mrs. Silas Miller will enter tain next month, for him. Snow tkrM or four fwt Capt. Rowland Not Better. V Snow Four Feet Deep. Baptist Society. dp, The local tobacco market was again active and the offerings good. No. 27 The offerings follow: Old burley, 39; No. 2S new burley, 526; old dark, 10; new dark, 183 total, 753. Original, G6S; reviews, No. 29 9O. Rejections Thursday. 160 burley. 3 08 No 30 First sale Tuesday at the Kentucky 10 25 No. 31 House. 1 50 No. 32 Louisville House sold 43 old burley at 2 50 55.75 to $H 5O, 98 new burley at $4 to No. 33 ' 5 00 $31.50. No. 34 Afternoon Luncheon. The People's House sold "5 hogsheads of burley at $3 50 to 10.50; 50 $455 37 Total to date hogsheads of new burley at $6.00 to Mrs. A. B. Skillman gave a RECAPITULATION The Dark House sold 06 hogsheads Wednesday afternoon in To total amount received $522 08 of dark at $1.00 to $10.75. honor of Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman, of The Planters' Central House sold 455 37 By total amount disbursed Morganlleld. The guests were seated 230 hogsheads new burley at $."150 to at two tables in the dining room white Balance in Treasury .$ GO 71 33 50. candles with red shades were used The Owen Tobacco Warehouse Com. wi h monogram place cards. The cenCERTIFICATE pany sold 35 hogsheads of new burley ter piece of the hostess' table was a We respectfully certify that the foregoing reports of receipts at $3.90 to $19.75. large red basket of immortelles and and expenditures, by us, was submitted to the Democratic Executive The Farmers House sold 114 Christmas greens. Three courses were of new burley at $4.50 to $20.00; Oommittee, of Breckinridge couuty, and was by said committee ap- 0 hogsheads of dark at $3.84 to $10.25. served. The guests were; Mrs. J. B. proved and directed published in the Breckenridge News; that we The Hpme House sold 58 hogsheads Randall, Miss Georgia White, Mrs. Payne, Mrs. John D. Babbage, Mrs. have on file checks and receipts evidencing the payments as itemized of new burley ut J4.9J to 20.00. Fisher, Mrs. Wlok Moorman, Mrs. in the disbursements herein; and the balance of $66.71 is now in the Chas. Skillman, Mrs. Nolte, Mrs.D.H. Convention Called. Farmers Bank and subject to chock of the Chairman and orders of Severs, Miss Margaret Skillman, Miss Danville, Ky., Jan. 6. William S. Elizabeth Skillman, Mrs. Forrest the Committee. This January 10, 1913. Lawwlll, head of the Progressive party Lightfoot, Mrs. Leon McGavock, Miss HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN, Miss Chairman Breckinridge County Executive in Kentucky and campaign chairman Irene Jarboe, Phelps, Anne Hambleton, and Mrs. Fred during the 1013 Presidential campaign, Mrs. David and. Campaign Committees. has addressed a communication to the Ferry. JNO. D. SHAW, members of the State Executive ComReal Estate Suit Treasurer Campaign Committee, 1912. mittee and all county chairmen calling a convention to be held in Louisville at Suit has been filed in the circuit clerk's STATE OF KENTUCKY, the Henry Watterson Hotel, at 1 p. m. office by Laura May Newton, Widmer County of Breckinridge f on the afternoon of January 23. In his Newton, Thos. Howling, Warren RichCompton, a.Notary Public in and for the county and communication Mr. Lawwlll recites the ards, Etta Richards, George Perry Rich- -, I, Paul State aforesaid, hereby certify that Henry DoHaven Moorman and future course to be pursued by the Pro- ards and Nora Richards against Nancy J. gressive party and recounts its ac- Richards, Win. Richards, J. II. Richards, John D. Shaw, Chairman and Treasurer aforesaid, signed the fore- complishments. Malissa Richards, Louis Richards, Lo going report bofore, and being first duly sworn, say that the state) Mr. Lawwlll declares that the Pro- retta Richards, Wm. Richards adtninis monts therein made are true. Witness ray hand this January 10, 1913. gressives will put a candidate in the tratorof Thos. Richards, John P. Sau field for United States Senator in the dersand Sarah Sanders. The purpose, PAUL COMPTON, -- , Notary Public, Breckinridge Co. Ky. primary next August and for every of the suit is to allot the widow her homeseal 0 county office in the State, and will at stead and to divide the remainder of My' commission expires Jan. 31, 1914. the proper time offer nominees for all about 255 acres of laud among the seven State offices. His call is rather caustic heirs of the late Thos. Richards, who lawyers and a Hancock couuty produc- in its characterization of alleged politiElected President. died without a will December 9, 1912.. tion whom all know and love, has been cal abuses of the other parties. E. C. Vance, Is attorney for the plaintiffs.. in a critical condition for several days, Mrs. WlckllfTo DeHaven was elected Hancock Clarion. is better at this time. Hancock Clarbut president Monday of the Home De ion, Removal of Bodies. partruent of the Woman's Missionary Returns To Cloverport. Incorporated. Society of the Methodist church. Mrs. Mrs. Charles May and daughters, Allen Kingsbury Is treasnrer of this Cloverport Association, Misses Eva and Kllzabeth May, have department. Mr. Foster Heyser i expected home Cloverport; capital, 5,000; incorpor- had the bodies of the Walter's family soon from Lookout, Ky,, where he has ator, J. M. Fitch, C. Y. Dohler, Marlon moved from the Cloverport cemetery to Ruben Miller Better Weatherholt, Harry G. Newsom and Cave Hill In Louisville. There were resigned his position with the ce&l company at that place, eleven bodies. Col, R. A. Miller, one of the greatest Morgan Lawson. al beautl-fuUunche- No. 24 No. 25 No. 20 To Wilson and Marshall League W. S. Ball, Postmaster's account L. Walker, account rendered Jubal Hook, Jr., dinner for band . T. J. Hook, conveyance of committee B. F. Beard, for City Hall Convention Fourth District Leader, publishing to ddto Farmers Bank, rent of room , Horace Riley, janitor, etc Shade Nichols, return fare Confederate Home D. Babbage, circulars and advertising. Gregory, billing A. O. Stanley Ed. Curab. Tel. & Tel. Co., campaign account. ... One Voter, railroad fare Two Voters, exp. to and from Knottsvillo, Ky exp. to and from State College, Lexington Jesse Kincheloe, express J. F. Miller, livery service rally day W. S. Ball, wrappers and stamps Courier-JournJob Printing Co., priiltin?.. Cumb. Telephone Co , balance account L. Walker, tolophono returns, courthouse.... 1 Voter, expenses to and from State College. ..- Highest Average On Crop Of 30 Hogsheads Ever Reached In Louisville. (Louisville 1'ost) record for the local tobacco breaks was established today when one crop of thirty hogsheads of burley to bacco from Hardesty & Burke, of Anderson county, sold at the Planters' Central at an average of $23.90 per hundred, the highest bringing 33 GO. The market was active and strong gen- A new erally. Washington, Jan. 12. The parcel post will divert approximately $25,000, 000 of the express monopoly rovenue. Into the treasury of the D'e. partment during the first year of Its operation, according to an estimate to day by Representative David J. Lewis, of Maryland, the House author of the par-cpost net. Mr. Lewis took the postal expert's estimate of the number of packages carried during the first week of the operation of the parcel post upon which to base his assertion. Olllclalsat the Department have not compiled the total number of packages shipped during the first seven days of the parcel post. From the figures In fifty cities they estimate the first week's shipment will reach 6,o00,000 packages. The totals e for cities given out yesterday were not for the forty-ninlargest cities in the country, but for the largest cities in each State and for Washington. It is believed the fifty largest cities in the nation will show a business of 3,000,000 packages during the first week. "The total number of packages should have exceeded 6,000,000 during the first week," said Mr. Lewis. "There is only one reason that it did not, and that is because the rates, as t have said before, are too high and must be reduced. Rates should be established that will bring to the postal service for transmission all packages under eleven pounds. Taking the 0,000, 000 packages to estimate as a basis, the revenue of the express monopoly will be cut during the coming year about 23,('00,0G0. This money will go into the treasury of the United States for the operation of the postal service without any expenditure nearly approaching that sum. The total revenue from the express companies' shipping business is about $107,000,000, and you can see that the purcel post will cut into the receipts 6f the monopoly even under the present rates. "Of course, no one yet knows how much of the pircel post traffic is new, that is, traffic which has been created by the new postal service." Post-olllce ol Post-offic- e forty-nin- e hogs-head- s )s. ' 1 HONOR ROLL City 'Of the Cloverport Schools for the Fourth Month. Iwe.fth Year l'irst Honor, Kulti McCracken. or pupil, Rose Ncfrton, 90. Eleventh Year 91; hoi. l'irst Honor, l'mnce.t Sawyer, 92; honor pupils, Gertrude Gregory, 91; Mary McGavock, 91. Tenth Yeor First Honor, Willie Seaton, 96; honor pupils, Hose ftippel 95; Tula Dabbagc 95; Joseph Ross 95 ; Mary Gibson 95; James Fitch 95. Ninth Year First honor, l'rcd Adams 97; honor pupils, Mary Owen Oelzc 96; Karl Ilohlcr 95; Raphael Lewis 91; I.ena May 93; Virginia Perkins 92; Lena Mattingly 91; Mary Jo Mattingly 90. Eighth Year First honor. Walter Hawkins 97; hon or pupils, Forest Weatherholt 97; Grace Fauley 97; Mary Kinder 97; Kthel Campbell 95; houise Whitehead 9; Mary Fate 94; Helen Miller 94; Cammic Combs 93; Emily Reid 93; Kula Robinson 93; Fate 92; Margaret Ash by 91; Samuel Allen 90; Murrell Morrison 90; Jane Lightfoot 90; liva Weatherholt 90; Martha Reid 90; Addie McGavock9o; Louise Weatherholt 90; Zivala Kramer 90; Lillian McCracken 90; I,elia Tucker 90; Walter Wcisenberg 90; Harney Squires Ru-thcr 90; Louise Nicholas 90. K Seventh Year First honor, Margaret Walker 94; honor pupils, fouclla lleavin 94; Gaynell Mood 94; Joseph nallman 93; May D. Chapiu 93; Katie Mattingly 93; Aubrey Iicavin 91; Robert Miller 91J Danna Ross 90; Agnetta Mattingly 90; DalphaGilli-lan- d 93: Celctiue O'ConuellJ.90;; Eva Wroe 90; Klizabeth Robards 90; Joe D. Morrison 90. Sixth Year Fir.it honor, Chlor.i May Seaton honor pupils, Christine llallmaii 97; I. Morgan 77; Cololena Yeagerj97, 9S; C. Cle-tu- s Wilson 9G; Iiwrence Mailman 96; Lillian Folk 96; Silby McCracken 95; Helen Kingsbury 91; Anna MayJFenner 94; Harold Lewis giVirgimajlGallottay 90; Harry Berry 90. Filth Year First honor, Cecil Hall 9S; honor pupils, Gladys Hemphill 97; Sehna Sippel 97; Marian Allen 96; Robert Ilaminan 95; Elizabeth Allen 96; Omar lloyd 95; Leo Mattingly 95 Alfred Wroe 91; Dewey Hemphill 95; Raymond 0;Connell92; e Ruth Matheny 92; liessie Adams 92; El-S!- William Reid 92. Fourth Year First honor, Viola Greeiiwell 96; honor pupils. Eva Jollv 95; Mary Ethel Las- May 9; Qwoid lie 95, Jessie Hall 9t, Elsie May McKau-glia- ti CLAIMED FOR NEW YORK CITY BRIDE USES WATER BOTTLE 94. William May 93. Tula May 92. Maud Miller 92; Eleanor Reid ot Origin of Popular Expretlon, "Let Her Mrs. Sllverevard Complains to Court That Her Recently Acquired HusYear Go, Gallagherl" Said to Have Third, band It Shy on Affection. l, Originated There. First honor, Mary Keil 95; honor Mabel- ncnvin'94; Carrie Mailman 94; Now York. Mrs. Elizabeth Chal Tho expression "Lot her ro, GallaDamon Lewis 94; Winnie Muckby 93; gher" is in ubo In nearly every city linger Sllverevard, who admits sho Is Jennies II. Walker 93; Kflic Orum 92; of tho United States, and has traveled at least sixty years old and worth Roscoe Kinder 91. to foreign countries, yet It Is doubtful $.10,000, and who lives at 1984 Webster Second Year- If many can tell tho origin of It. A avenue, sat on a hot water bottle In MucCby 9S; honor group of men recently mot In Now tho Morrisanla court whllo her husFiist honor, James n York city and Boon woro talking of band, John Pabish Sllrersvard, grandpupils, Dcssie Brown 96; Anna May events that happened many years ago. son of a Swedish count, told the mag96; Ycw'ell Robinson 96; Sarah FalOno of them told tho story of "Lot istrate tho troubled story of their marlon 96; Ernestine Lewis 93; Nellie Rick-ett- s hor go, Gallagher," and vouches for ried life. He had to marry, said the grandson 93: Owen Robinson 93; William Get- tho truth of it, as ho was present at of tho count, In order to have his fare ting 93; Nannie Hall 935 Myrtle Robin-wi- n tho time It began. "A number of delegates," said tho paid from Princes Bay, Staten Island, 93 Jane Weatherholt 93; Fearl Moyil tho Chicago back to his home In the Bronx, other93; Juanita Yeager 93; Maggie Tabellng veteran, "representing Rosie Adams 91; Marion Furrow 90; flro department enmo to visit the wise ho would have had to walk Th 92; Now York flro laddies Iu the early first day after his marriage he had to Eva McCracken 90, Willie Laslic 9o. '70s. They were shown aSout fire do a week's waBh In tho homo of the Fl-- 5t Year headquarters and inspected tho differ coy brido, and then sho bought him First honor, Robert Oel.c 9S, honor ent systems. Then they desired to a suit of livery and mado him play pupils, Mary Whitehead 96; Clorcna seo some of tho crack companies. coachman on tho box of her cuto litQuiggins 96; Samuel Conrad 96; Irene Their escorts brought them to hook tle surrey Mrs. Sllversvard becarno bo excited Pcnner 96; James Wilson 955 Dewey Na- and ladder No. 14, In East 125th ; street, and whllo examining tho ap- during tho recital of her husband's tion 95j Mabel Whitehead 95; JoflieTabe-ling94marital woes that she sent tho hot Morris O'Connel 04; Faul K. paratus an alarm was sounded from water bpttlo threo times to a barber tho West Side. Capt. Henry M. Jones d Merry 94; Addie Mood 93; Lawrence bade the visitors jump on the sides Bhop to be renewed. She confessed to 93; Enna Suter 93. of tho flro truck and accompany tho tho court that she had to Bit on the hot water bottlo to keep tho evil spirPrimary Grade flro fighters to the blaze. "Peter Gallagher was tho driver of its away. 96; honor First honor, James Gregory Tho elderly bride of a few months appupils, Roy Niles Tucker 95; Annie May tho team, and he quickly got to his peared to answer a summons served seat on tho truck. It swung out to 95: Mary Mattingly 95; William Lincoln the "street, and tho driver guided the on her at hor husband's behest. He 95; Virginia Lewis O4: Russel Perkins horses to straighten out tho ponder- had sworn that when he tried to run 04; Marion O. Seaton 94; Mary Perkins ous machine. When in a position to away from his wife a week ago and 3 Virginia Adams tiy, Jesse Rickctts tako full speed and dash to tho place live somewhere else where there Oo. where tho alarm was sounded Captain would be no week's washing, she had Jones yelled to tho driver, 'Lot her go, locked up all of his clothes except what ho stood In. All ho wanted was Gallagher!' , Next to Nothing a Year to get his remaining wardrobe. "Tho visiting firemen never forgot Then tho maglstrato hoard tho other comThe buyers for the big tobacco tho command, and thus began tho fapanies are quoted as saying 6 cents a mous old saying that is in voguo to- side of the story. Mrs. Sllversvard declared ho had not been a true huspound average is as much as they can day." band. "He has never given mo the afford to pay for the 1912 crop. Let us caresses a wife should receive from sec what that means: The day of lursh physics is none. her husband," she said. One man can grow four acres of tobac People The couple left the courtroom towant mild, easy laxatives. co. The average yield is approximately Doan's Reulets have satisfied thous- gether. Sob pounds to the acre a season like the ands. 25c at all drtijj stores. AdverPersons troubled with partial puraly-si- s last one. tisement, nre often very uiucli benefited by The farmer produces about 3,200 pounds niHssagiug the effected pans thorounhly on these four acres, half of which must TO THE RED TAPE when applying Chamberlain's Linibe deducted for the use of the land, barn OBJECTED ment, This liniment mIso relieved rheuroom, team, tools and incidentals. Why Now York Woman Is Done with matic pnins. For sale by nil dealers The man who grows tobacco on his the Famous Society with the Aevertisement. own laud must figure the deduction the Long Name. same as the renter, so the estimate is applicable to all. "I'm never going to have anything Human Halr-Netcrop more to do with the Society for the At 6 cents a pound a one-ma- n Tho annual sale of nets of human Prevention of Cruelty to Animals." de- hair, according to the report of the brings $192. Half of that sum is $96. So, you see, the man who cultivates 4 clared a Brooklyn woman, indignant- American consul at Kehl, estimated acres and sells it for 6 cents a pound gets ly, "I've had ono affair with them. It at 12,000,000. neighborHair-net- s are made almost wholly less than Jioo for his year's work. Hen- happened when a cat in our hood gave birth to five kittens and tn tho houses of Alsatian and Ausderson Gleaner. then 'deserted them. None of us want- trian peasants; the peculiar skill re-- . ed tho kittens so, ps I have a phono quired to net hair has become in part In my house, It was suggested that I Engine Tosses Her Safely. hereditary. get the S. P. C. A. to come and take Mrs. Luclen Reber of Cressona, Pa., Tho children begin first to tie tho had a thrilling experience at Schuyl- them away. I telephoned and such u hairs together, end to end, to mako kill Haven, escaping death as by a lot of questions as they asked! Then, with only n "They wanted to know my name and one long hair. wood miracle. Run dawn by a locomotive, piece of about six inches my house; the number round she was gently picked up by tho en- the number of long and one-hal- f inch iu diameter and gine and tossed into a neighboring of kittens Jn the litter, and their gen- a needle, tho older girls and women field, Instead of being mangled under der and color and breed; the day of and soraetlmea the men weave the i the wheels, ns Is usually tho case. their pirth and the number of dny-- nets. Each mesh Is knotted in much since their mother went away from tho same way that fish-net- s Her Injuries aro slight. or hamthem. Of course, these questions were mocks aro made. Only tying a single tantalizing, because I couldn't seo more delicate and difficult what difference It made. I thought hair is a tying a string. ' task than all they had to do was to send a man To make a dozen neta Is a day's up and take the kittens away. Then they asked me if I was married, and work of ten or twelve hours. how many children I hnd; how many n ....... u:i. i.... neighbors wcie complaining of the kitit juui tuiiuicu me wjeui IO HIWICKB tens and If these neighbors were old of croup, wntch for the first symptom, maids. I thought they were very per- Hoarseness. Give Chatiiberluiu s Couch sonal In their questions. But I an- Remedy as soou as the child becomes swered them all. Finally came a ques- iioarse ana tlie attack 'nay warded tion that made me mad. 'What is the r.; V name of tho cat thnt deserted these off. For sale by all dealers. Atlver-- t lenient. kittens?' was nBked. "'I'm sure I don't know,' I replied; ' Modern Aesop, 'she Is no relation of mine.' and with Ono day, in the presence of tho Fox, that I banged the receiver on the hook. And after all we had to pay a small tho Tortoise was bragging to tho Haro boy to take those kittens away and of his ability as a runner. The Fox pu-pilTo-turGil-lilan! ftffi "fc "I'tlff' l kbbbH ibbbbbHiibbV' jbbbbbbbbbbl A From 1 Photofrtph of "Dixie" on T. A. Courltmy't Poof Farm. T THIS PONY FREE! To the Most Popular Farm Boy or Girl In Kentucky 3 yenrs old, 4-- t Inches lildh, weldln 420 lb. Pure Shetland-- . by the unbeaten (how stallion cotnmodrye. out ot Luetic. I Dixie l.i while with Mack spot across hark, head black with white atnrnndanlp. Eyes blue, tail white with black switch. He Is extra well built, a heavy, stocky pony, strong and healthy and without a blemish. Is well broken to ride and drive anil very at leetlonale, travels very faM nnd will pull nil the children that can pile ootberlit. From T. A. Courteaay'a Pony Farm, Shelbyvllle. Kentucky. ttATVniH Ill II Second Prize $60,00 To tho boy or girl not receiving the First Prize, but receiving the second largest number of otos. wo will give this exceptionally fin.tuiv'anrfflrl'. Irnntml. fllrvrlfl. rnA.tfr brake, puncture proof tires, made and guaranteed by tho Meade Cycle Co., Chicago, til. In cite of Third Prize $2&.00 t tie between two To the boy or slrl receiving third largest number of votes, will liae tliolr choice of a Winchester Repeating Shotgunor a boy'sor girl's lte, 15 jewel Elsin Watch with aS5 yeor gold case, either hunting case or open (ace, from C. M. Wiseman & Son, Loulsvlllo, Ky or mart conteitints, a prite ol equal nhia will he niven each. To each contestant not receiving ono of the principal prizes, but receiving 3,000 votes, (including the 1,000 free) wilt hae the prrUlego of selecting one ot the following articles which will be sent free of all charge : Moving Picture Machine, Safety Razor. Camera 2J x 2J. Catchers' Mil. Base Ball, Sweater, Leather Lcdiilns. 1.000 Shot Air Gun. Mckel Plata or Gun Metal In All the abovo articles have been carefully selected and are absolutely every respect and guaranteed to bo Just as represented. F.urnished by McCurdy Co., 130 V. Market St.. Louisville, Ky. first-cla- OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES Watch, Jointed Bamboo Flshlnd Pole, Fishlnd Reel. Wa offer you an opportunity to realizo your greatest wish. If you had $123.00 cash to snend you couldn't buy a finer Pony than 'Dixie", but ou don't need to spend one cent. Somebody right here in Kentucky is going to have Dixie" free. Will It be you? Fill in and cut off attached coupon and mail it to us today. Your name will be cntcredln tho contest and you will receive 1,000 votesfreo to give you a good start, You or some one else is sure to secure ims Dcaumui ana useiui nine 1'ony, Dixie' . We are going to give mm away anu you may as wen nae mm as any ono. Be sure and write your name and address plainly. Don't delay, as we will only glvo you a montns io prove who is ine most popular uoy or v girl in Kentucky, and tho sooner wo receive your coupon tue more iimn vmi will have to work. r? required to do In order to receive one of the The work you are valuable prizes.ls something any boy orgirl can dolnony neighbor wuo inenasgirl wm au hood. It is pleasant worn rigni among your boy S - 7. '. .. X.vC'a ef or in the bo proud to say they have the most popular .&" J State of Kentucky in their neighborhood, besides the honor -. f " V iov efxy -- . i...!...t. n Kn.mr .rlrt aim lia tvnn nn f.Trnflnn3tlv A fino Shetland Pony or one of the other fine prizes one tf& of their own children. This contest ends 23th ot ' February, at 13 o'clock. . You Wont This Pony & . fe A d -- Address OUR COUNTRY Louisville, Ky. Commercial Bldg. &SJ M" V" rov& fs. a r ." It's Your DUTY to Save! It's IS VERY man's duty to himself and those dependent upon him to have some money in thebank with which to combat reverses which might confront him. And it's easy to start a bank account with this strong, reliable institution. Start, say, with Five Dollars; and after a month or two of regularly putting aside a stated amount, you'll begin to think of how MUCH instead of how LITTL1S, you can save eacli pay day. Make yourself a New Year's present by starting an account TODAY. Your money will earn a liberal interest. !.!... ..i. I FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier When a woman suffering from some form of feminine disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course frightens her. The very thought of the hospital operating table and the surgeon's knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder. It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage where an operation is the- only resource, but thousands of women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their health has been restored. These Two Women Prove Our Claim. family of all my own work for a Cnrv. Maine." I feel It a duty I friu r. I slmll alwavs feel that I owe to - toll owe to all suffering women what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did for me. One year ago I found myself a terrible sufferer. I had pains In both hides and such a my good health to your medicine." Mrs. IIavwahd Soweks, Cary, Me. soreness 1 could scarcely staighten up at times. My back ached, I had no appetite and was so nervous I could uot sleep, then I would be so tired mornings that I could scarcely get around. It seemed almost Impossible to move or do a bit 6f work and 1 thought 1 nuvcr would be any better until L submitted to an operation. 1 commenced taking Lydia I Pinkhum's Vegetable Compound and boon felt llko a new woman. 1 had no pains, slept well, had good appe tite ami was :ai anu couui uo uiiuuh health for two years, with pains in both sides and was very nervous. If I even lifted a chair It would cause a hemorrhage. I had a growth which tho doctor said was a tumor and I never would get well unless I had an operation. A friend advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I gladly say that I am now enjoying lino health aud nm tho mother of a nice baby girl. You can use this letter to helpother suffering women." Mrs. Kos.v Sims, 10 Wyona St., Charlotte, ft. u. Charlotto, N. C,,I was in bad NWr nnewpr fbis nuestion if vou can. Whv should a wo man submit to a surgical operation without first giving Lydia For 30 roars Lydia 13, Plnkhniu's Vegetable Compound litis boon tho standard remedy tor ills. Xo 0110 sleic with Voman's ailments does justice to herself if hlio does not try this famous medicine made from roots and herbs, It bus restored so many suffering women tohealth. T-to LYDIA lU'lNKHAM MEDICINE CO. F (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. Your letter will bo opened, road ami answered by R woman and hold iu strict confidence. lc-ma- E. Pinknam's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that it has saved many others why should it fail in your case? lo Wrlto tWAST7'flRwtxT4v was very derisive of the Tortoise's pretensions, thereupon the Tortoise, winking at the Hare, offered to bet Eczema spreads rapidly; itching al- tho Fox a considerable sum of money most drives you mad. For quick re- that ho could outrun the Hare. Tho Fox lost no timo in putting up the lief, Drian's Ointment is well recomAdvertise- money, and off the contestants Btarted, mended. 50c at ull stores. Tho Hare took a big lead at once, but ment. after getting comfortably out of sight, wandered away from tho track and fell BIRDS FORTIFY THEIR NESTS asleep. Tho Tortoise accordingly was tho first to. reach tho winning post. Con- - The Fox went off cursing at the loss Hairpins and Nails Strengthen of his money, and when ho had gone structlon of Sparrow' Home the TortoiBo divided his winnings with In Denver. the Hare. Ever since that time betOno of tho most ting on races has been an uncertain Denver, Colo. curiously constructed bird's nests ever sport. Life. seen In Denver 1b on exhibition at tho homo of tho Denver Dumb Friends' For croup or sore throat, use Dr, league, 1428 Court placo. It was picked Thomas' Electric Oil. Two sizes, 25c up by Dr. John M. Gower on tho sideand flOc. At all drug stores. Adverwalk In front of the court house, where tisement, tho wind had evidently blown It. The nest Is a sparrow's, and, Judging from Us peculiar Btructuro, tho Fact About the Mushroom. maker was preparing agalnBt tho atA botanist saya that tack of his inherent enemy man. It mushrooms might properly be called might bo called a fortified nest. It is vegetablo meat and used aa a substimade of old sweepings, with hairpins tute for animal food. "It is doubtful, and nails woven In at (ho sides. Tho however, if this Is true,' 'Bays the points of tho pins and tho nails stick American Medical association. "The outward and remind ono of rifles stick- more we learn of mushrooms, the more ing through the portholcB of a fortifica- it becomes apparent that they are tion. scarcely different as regardB dietary virtues from the general run of the green vegetables which have never A Texas Wonder achieved the distinction of nuy unique The Texas Wonder cures kidney and or superior nutritive properties. They group ot bladder troubles, removing travel, belong rather to that lago food materials which we consume for cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, reasons quite apart from the yield ot rheumatism, and all Irregularities of nourishment which they" have to otter tho kidneys and bladder in both men to the body." and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on reMMCY II TltfftM. ceiptor $1, One small bottle is two V toll you bw icl ptj Itilprlf.t Wrlu months' treatment and seldom falls to (or ,.klr prlt llrt U4 lllllHHI. perfect a cure. Dr, E. W. Hall, 2920 M.SABEI&S0NS street, St. Louis, Mo, Send for Olive wmiutvii iv W ImImiIiFwi.IMm.Wm! Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugKi.iUUtiwtim, gists. Advertisement. diown them." well-known Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder We're told, but a good portrait of the absent one will keep the reflection more vivid and comfort many a lonely hour of separation. We make a specialty of portraiture and my studio is exceptionally equipped for fine portrait work. ti Brabandt, Photographer ru T. An TEMBAR0M By Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett Try y Absorbing New Novel of America and England Begins Serially In the JANUARY CENTURY T, Tombnrom, tho Harlem Society Reporter of tho Now York "Sunday Earth'' ho had pulled himself up by sheer pluck from a homeless newsboy . . . who learns suddenly ho is heir to an English estate that yields $350,000 a year a pretty girl who is also a grouchy old duke who was never anysensible thing but ducal until tho taught him tho American way of laughing a romanco that is not quite so inevitable as it seems , . . and there you have hints of some of tho good things in ... ... ... ... FURS Mrs. Burnett's New Ang .' an Noyel. .BOYS CORN Agent Them-W- CLUB To mm Instead of Clovorport Might Doubt It - it Market near Fourth Louisville, Ky. You Willing The Help If This Had Happened Elsewhere Take ill Of Boys Hild This Movement? is IBACONasoNS INCORPORATED Fourth Near .Market Louisville, Ky. JUfdlnsbursr, Ky., Jan. 3, 1q13. Edf The News: Referring to my ent (n a recent Issue of the News tire co the organization of a corn m this county, I beg to submit a r which I have received from Mr. njjrVwT Mutchler, state agent for this WWW JC ' Ia his letter Mr. Mutchler ays: "I ve just received n clipping from the ckenrldge News, In which you nre cd as being a great believer In the anlzatlon. of a corn club In Breck- idge county. am exceedingly glad see this and I want to tell you now, 1 1 will do all I can to help you in organization of this club, and will nlsh the directions for the club, and 1 'irlll come over sometime after the mid- lie of Januftrv, and look over the prob-Tmwith you. m tuelieve If ysu can get the Fiscal Ciftrt to appropriate $100 to be given ijnirlzes to the boys, and some of the business men to add something to this sum, you can make a very fine showing, As head of the corn club work in the stat 6 of Kentucky, I pledge you my earnest support In this matter. I shall soon publish my report for the Federal Government, in which I shall show the names of over fifty boys in the corn clubs ot the State, who have this year grown over 100 bushels to the acre. The State. Cha"rnplon l:ns grown 118 bushels and 55 pounds of shelled corri by weight. The next highest grew bushels and33 pounds. Both of these are accurate and were verified bv a umber of witnesses and I measured the corn and ground myself. If you will let me know what time will suit yoH we can arrange for taking up the work In your county." There is no doubt but that a contest of this kind in our county will result in a doubter. This public hnvc been humbugged so frequently they are skeptical. Proof like the following will stand investigation. It cannot be disputed. J. C. Weatherholt, grocer, Clover port. Ky , say: "Two years ago had little idea that I would ever be well again, in fact, I had settled up my believing that It wou'd be for mc to last a great while lunger. The pain in my back was terrible, especially when I stooped, and it seemed as if someone had run a knife into mo My heart action was ir regular. I became 'djzzv and often had to catch hold of something to keep from falling. My knee joints were swollen twice their normal size and I hd Io3t weight until I was .1 mere skeleton. The kidney secretions contained sediment and the passnges were painful. Doctors' medicine did mc no kidney good, neithor did the euros I took A friend had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills and on his ad vice, I dccldod to give this remedy a trial, procuring my supply at Fisher's Drugstore. I was surprised and de lighted with the results of its use and I continued, taking them until I was Is The average man not surprising-t- he Now in Actual Progress O up- 1 af-fir- s, January Clearance Sale! the way. That ASisusual athis sale is being conducted ininwhichcharacteristic Bacon represented it is strictly bonifide clearance all departments are d ATTEND-I- T WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND ! cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Foster-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's take no other. Advertisement. and Winter goods of every description and winter wearing apparel for women and children can be bought at prices that do not prevail at any time other than clearance time CLEARANCE TIME FOR US MEANS BARGAIN TIME FOR YOU ' Sales of Fine Swine. 4 Smart Brothers' recent sale? are as follows: R. S. Bandy, Irvington, Ky , I ono boar, McGavock Bros., Uoverport, 0 good. one boar; Baker Bros., Putesville, one If there aro any boys in Breckenridge boar; John Flood, Stcphensport, one 4county who have enterprise enough to boar; George Denham, Cloverport, two iget into this movement. let them speak sows; W, S. Ashby & Sons. Cloverport, 1 up. Very respectfully, one boar and sow; G. II. Gilpin, Irving-toI Jesse R. Eskridge. ono sow. ' Nearly a quarter of a million dollars worth of goods at generously reduced prices is embodied in this big sale. Is it any wonder then, why we are urging you to attend,, why it will pay you to attend. c n, Railroad Fares Refunded , l1 f When you want a reliable medicine for a cough or cold take Omniherlalu's Cough Remedy. It can always be de pended upon ami is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers, Baptist Church Notes. The Cloverport church enters upon the new year encouraged by the results of the past few months and hopeful as to the outlook for the new year. ' 000 friends on the same plane as our city We want to place all of our customers. In order to do this we refund to our customers five per cent of their total purchaces up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare. Hence you can come to our store, take advantage of our big assortments and low prices and your railroad fare will cost you nothing. out-of-town out-of-to- vn lack Collins and Jack Miller went to Louisville on business. 1h . C. C. Martin went to Louisville on 1 If business. Geo Prather and wife and C. C. Martin and wife spent Sunday with W. m k vanillin uuu luiuiiy. ' Ben Clark-o- n Is away on business. Hermap Barrett spent a day or two p, with Mr. Hynes, We are having an unusual high rise at Big Spring. Joel Drake has moved to the Hilf farm. Mr. Wainscott has moved to the Robertson farm. The, Big Spring postoffice had pretty gdod business in parcels post lino. 'Uncle' Jack Moorman had to leave i?hit. home on account of the water. Bill Pendleton has moved into the Duvall property. John Meador had to move on ac- ' count of high water. The Tucker boys have cone back to 1 1 .1 The church was for the first three months of I9I2 without a pastor, the present pastor entering upon the work In April for half time. Since September the first the church has had preaching every Sunday. Since April the first 14 members have been received, 13 by baptism, and since the first of Septem ber the financial receipts from all de partments of the church work have averaged 140.00 per month. For the last quarter of 1q12 the average attendance in the Sunday school was 128, and the collections for the quarter, intreat, cluding the Sunday school MBBBgBKavmMraegarraragiraciaw m. if vSS? ,; "rwamvi&sB f If hool. MUs jjynland College. cold. Pearl Colllus has returned to Here is a remedy .bat will cure your Why waste time and money c perimeuting when joucunget a prep-arutio- that has won a world-wid- e repu- tation by its cures of this disease ana can always le depended upon? It is known everywhere us Chambeilaiu's Cough' Remedy, and is a medicine of real merit. For sale by all dealers Advertisement. INSTRUMENT c, A STORM FINDER K I Weather Director Seeks to Introduce Barocyclometer In the United States. Washington. Tho "barocyclomo-ter,- " an Instrument so sensltlvor as to detect a hurricane COO miles away, thus enabling ships equipped with It to steer clear of storms, is to bo installed in all of tho naval stations on the Atlantic coast and perhaps on the hips pt the Atlantic fleet. This Instrument is the invention of Rev. Jose Algue, director of the Philippine wther bureau. While in Washing-terecently, Rev. Mr. Algue conferred with Cant Jose L. Javne. superintend- v ent of the United States naval observ-- I The pastor has called a council for V atorv. relative to the recharting of the Thursday, January 23, to take under I LtteRtle ocean for the use of the consideration the ordinatlou of Breth-re- n Murooyelometer. I S. P. Conrad, Barney Squires and has been In use In Tfcie Instrument IC. Forest Pate as additional deacons. IKA PI HB1HB M.HH IJHIHU UkTAI BV tloM and 0 tke ship of the Astatic Pastor Wlllett, of Hardlnsburg, Bro. fleet aeuy years past, j Lewis and Bro. Tlmberlake, two forte first-clasa J-- er pastors, and Dr. A S. Pettie, of Owensboro, have been invited to comThtre pose the council of ordination. will bo some preliminary services on Tuesday Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. Pettie will deliver an address night on "The Church, Its Origin and Per petuity," Wednesday night on "The Ordinances of the Church," and Thursday night on "Tho Olllcers, their Qualifications and Duties " Services are being planned for each afternoon, definite announcement of which will be amounted to the handsome sum of 100. made Sunday. The church and public genendly are invited to be present at 000 any and all of the services. It will be The church is using tho Duplex En- a rare oppoitunity to hoar the three velope System, the latest thing in the addresses of Dr. Pettie, a preacher way of church envelopes, for this year. who is tho peer of any In our State. It is a double envelope, one end is for pastor's salary and Incidentals, and SMALL LESSON IN ETIQUETTE the other end is for missions and benevIn black and olence. One end is printed the other in red. Each contributor is Probably Mickey Shea Stretched the Truth, but the Lesson Must provided with 02 envelopes in a carton Have Been Driven Home. and will have the privilege of making an offering ''Upon the first dav of each Deforo Mickey Shea got Into Tam week as the Lord has'prospered them." many politics In New York ho, was a newsboy In Toledo. Then ho bicamo 000 a pago In the United States senate. At the business meeting last Wednes Then ho camo to Now York and beday ulght, the cnurch Instructed the gan to got rich. That sort of nn edupastor to secure suitable he'p for an cation quickens ono'd wlta and sharpevangelistic meeting to begin about the ens any native ability on may own repartee. fourth Sunday in May. The pastor is for a sort of physical "Mickey landed In Atlantic City planning the organization of a Ba'raca. one hot night last summer," said a Chorus of 50 voices to be In readiness friend. "Tho only room ho could find for the meeting, as well as at other In tho resort was n ono times and for the regular services on and anqther man had already conoccasions. tracted' for the other bed. In tho morning Mr. Shea rofled over with a 000 ideepy grunt, wnktned slowly, and Our aim for lol3, in part, Is to bring then peerod lu horier Into tho mirror. at least 52 persons into the fellowship Ho beheld his roominato sharpening of the church, to reach an average at a sot of yellow teoth with Mr. rihea's own toothbrunh, tendance of 200 in the Sunday school, "'Fine morning, shipmate,' said tho for all purto average $150 per month offender, when Mr. Shea finally poses, to build some Sunday school climbed out ot bed. rooms to accomodate the Primary and "'Truo for you,' said Mr. Shea Junior Departments and the Baraca heartily. Ho prococfled slowly with and Fidelis classes, to put a furnace In his toilet. By and by ho began to the church, to put the church audlto look around the room. '"Seo anything of a toothbrush s condition, lowering rlum in frescoing th around hore?' ho asked. the ceillug, papering or '"Why, yos said tho other. 'Hero both the Interior Ulterior, is ono on tho mantel." and exterior wood work. All this may "'O,' said Shea. 'That Isn't my not be done, but it is well to have an toothbrush. I uso that to put flea aim and reach it if possible, and this is powder on my dog. "Cincinnati Times-mar- . a reasonable aim. double-bedded presidency and will have general supervision over the affairs of the bank. William Walz, formerly assistant cashier, becomes cashier, while W. C. Kelly, the retiring president, was elected a member of the board of directors. Mr. Walz, who assumes the dutits of cashier, is ono of the brightest young men In the community, and every person who knows him has Implicit confidence in his honesty. With this new change of officers the people are assured of the continuance of its conservative business methods, having on its board Of directs the best businessmen distributed over the county. Hancock Clarion. WHEN MICROBES ARE BUSIEST Although Never Dormant, It Has Been Proved They Have Special Hours of Activity. celebrated scientist has made tho Interesting announcement that there aro more microbes in tho air at nino olclock In tho morning and at nlno o'clock at night than during any other periods of tho day. Ho has also discovered that the percentage of microbes In tho atmosphere is less at three o'clock In tho morning and three o'clock In the afternoon than at any other times. Tho explanation advanced for tho partiality of tho microbe for nlno o'cldck n. m. and p. m. is that tho "microbo hour" is controlled by tho movements of people. From flvo to nine In tho morning they aro going from their homes to their working places, and from fivo to nlno In tho ovenlng they aro again through tho streets, cither homeward bound or in search ot pleasure. Ho noted that at or about six o'clock every morning and ovenlng there wero indications of tho approach of tho microbe "ruBh" hour. From that time on until nlno o'clock tho atmosphere became more and moro crowded with germs of all kinds, some bad, some good; and then, immediately after nine o'clock, tho tide began to ebb, until it was always loweBt round about three o'clock. According to his researches, after lunch is the safest time for a nap. A Jour-noyln- v&-'sK- s ?? W COTTON SEED MEAL! fl. FOR SALE Coal, Hay and Grain Si?S ?i?-S- i ? S S&$i f:" fSrsi'iCs' CSS I . ft ft if HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. I S 555S?H?2Sv?5SS?;;; Hardinsburg, Ky. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cutnb. Phone 18. DENTIST Residence flicllman House Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office Over Faraiers Bank g what wondors tho Cmnborlmul 'lVlophono works for hiiu. Ho will roply: r 1 Soils my products 1 Pmtocts tho homo 2 Gets tho best prices 5 Helps tho housewife 3 Biitigtf supplies 0 Inoicn-p- s profits 7 Pays for it&elf over and over Sovcn cardinal reasons why YOU bhouln by interested and send today for booklet. For information call Muimer Ask the Farmer Who Has One Cumberland Telephone &, Telegraph llnoorDorntafl.) Co. In Kurope the lowest point at present known is on the shores of tho Caspian All the continents, with tho possible Sen, 86 feet below sea level. In Ausexception uf South America, contain tralia the lowest point Is at I.nke Tor-ren- s, about 25 feet below sea level. areas of dry land which are below sea Areas Below Sea Level. Card of Thanks. I wish to extend our sincere thanls KB kindness shown us during the sickness and death of our mother. Mrs. Armilda meeting Greer. Her daughter, At the regular directors if the Hawesvllle Bank of the Ellen Harper, Webster, Ky. on January 2, Thos, D, Hale, who has been cashier since the organlzatioa of the bank In IW4, was promoted to the semi-annual Walz the New Cashiar, to the friends and neighbors for their Subscribe Now level. In North America, according to the United States Geological Survey, the lowest Point Is In Death Valley, S76 feet below sea level; but this Is a slight depression compared to the basin of the Dead Sea, in Palestine, Asia, where th- - lowest dry land point Is 1,200 feet below sea level. In Africa the lowest point is In the Desert of Sthara, about I5O feet below sea level, but the Suhara us a whole Is not below sea level, although until recently the greater part of it was supposed to be, Call-forni- Takes Partner. Gabbert, tho well Vnown agent, of ElUabgthtown. has taken In as a partner in his large and growing insurance butiness, Mr, Geo. C. Cundifl', of Upton. If he is tho hustler that Mr, Oabbert ig, the business ought to grow to largo proportions. Mr. Gabbert is well known in hrecken- ridge county, and carries a nice line of insurance here. M. H , a, Subscribe Right Now. THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGl, NEWS,- - Editor and Publisher lasuod Kvory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1913 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10o por line, and 5c for nore will cherish his niemorv more dearly than I, who for two years went In and out wjth him ns his pastor; and who "knew" him ns few preacher" of the present day did, ARTHUR MATHER. Ekron, Ky., January 8, 1013 of the hill slides. A force of men re kept at work constantly at (his place and the traclt has been kept elear so lar However trains are running We on account of the many little wash-out- s along the line, ami the company does not care to sacrifice safety to human lives for speed. WILLIAM J. FLYNN innnnsi9BaHBninnWMBMlKNliailBSIIIBBI ALWAYS REMEMBER when contcmplntinp on building, tho of giving your contract to tho right man. STEPHENSPORT. Dr. Moorman, of Yelvlngton, was called In consultation with Dr. Shlvely each additional last week at the home f Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Dowell to see their little son, Clifford, whd was very ill, but is now It is a Perfect Delight to know that- your contract is in tbo handH of a man, who understands his business, one who hns had experience and one who carries a con-cicntio- insertion. 10 cents CARDS OF THANKS ovor fivo linos charged for at the rate of much Improved. Dr. Moorman was per lino. accompanied by his friend, Mr Pool, OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money Miss Emerie Bandy, of Lodiburg, N Mrs. H. A Complete Lineof Rough Lumber Best Building the guest of her sister, Ater, this week. Exnmino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please The river here Is rUing rapidly. A notify us. great many families have already moved out. Catalogues for spring hats have already been received. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Dieckman. of New Betht-1- , were In town Monday. women would- bo prettier if they A great many middle-apeMrs. Shlvely is ill it the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell, having had to would hide their ears. lenve her home on account of the water It's just awful to walk scvcial hundred yards on concrete, then being In their house. R. A. Smith has returned from step in a mud puddle. in advance. Flooring, Ceiling Paints, Oils, Varnishes All Materials on the sorts of Planing Mill Market Work to order. d - A fine, well put-u- p houso U pointed to with pride by both owner and builder. MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor M r The man who finds his bank account is ovcrdiawn and has some Little Sallie Bell, daughter of Mrs. Christmas money ho can borrow back, U lucky. America Bell, Is very ill. Tho marriage of Mr. Gal lusher, a prominent priest of and Miss Layer gives a body lots of faith in Qnpicl. A good plade to rest is in tin stoic that does not advertise. Come over to Cloverport if you are tired, Mr. Sommcrs. Mrs. Owen Shoemaker, of Rome, Ind.. who has been the guest" of her Cloverport, Kentucky .VA Jfewrvfis w kssksjSSP" &,'& Mi&lFWSBU Wll-kl- e Elizabethtown News. Mr. Flynn has succeeded John parents, retumed'home Sunday. as chief of the secret service. He Mrs. Courtland Pulliam vlsittd her was promoted from the position of .sister, Mrs. Ta.lor Rollins, of Sample, head of the New York office of the bureau. last week. I METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. v FOUR ARE KILLED IN LODGING Judge Hal C. Murray, of Haidinsbiirg, announces in this issue The Epworth League had an inas a candidate for Count' Attorney subject to the action of the Dem- spiring service Sunday evening. Miss Margaret Burn was the leader. Ira ocratic primary. The town bridge is flooded. Behen and Mr. Burn made excellent HOUSE FIRE Tho little boy who couldn't go to talks. school Monday because tho creek was so high, way the first one to bo "San Francisco, Jan. 10. Four men 000 On account of water irthe furnace killed and 12 Injured in an early mornlanding Tuesday morning to catch a boat over. at the The Democrats of this county are called to meet at their respective voting precincts nextJShturdny, January 18. at 2 p. m., and elect a committcen.an. This is very important, and there should be a full representation of Democrats at every precinct in the county. If vou are interested in your party and good government you should make it a point to be at 3011 r post and see thnt good men arc selected for liberal contribution. these important places. 000 room all services were held in the Sunday School room, and the monthly communion service nad to be postponed until next Sunday. 000 ' Next Sunday is Mission Sunday in the Sunday School. The superintendent wishes every one to come with a Men Jump From Upper Floors of Burning Hotel In San Francisco Loss Is $600,000. ing fire which destroyed tho San Pedro and Maritime hotels, on East street, near tho, Ferry buildings It was tho most spectacular fire In years The whole water front was endangered Two men, Frank Fisher and Peter Jensen, sailors, leaped to death from he fourth story of tho San Pedro hotel, while hundreds of persons looked on Two others who leaped from the "Maritime were killed. The hotels were es- U sx lA 'Tl M r JSU'ffr--S- - U'yIS o Our experience of the past few days gives an insight to how im activity and to our real life tho railroads are portant to our to tin welfare of our community. Just let a tiain fail to come in on bu.-ine'- The Woman's Missionary Society was well attended Monday, and a most rendered. -s The League Mission study class will one da), and 3011 see how it cileots not traffic and complete their book next week. Mrs. travel, but our very existence. It puts everybody out, tho people Ross will then begin a class in the won't buy nor sell; they come to town with a long face and a heavy study of Home Missions. heart, looking after nothing but a train. 000 000 time, or mi- -s NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS The rules of the Democratic party, adopted by tho Democratic Sttite Convention held in the city of Louisville, Ky., May 2g, 11112, call for the election of precinct committeemen ns follows: "Said precinct committeemen shall be elected on the 3d Saturday in January, 1UV.I, and shall be residents of their respective precincts The Democrats of the state shall meet at their various voting precincts at the hour of ii p. m., and proceed to the election of a committeeman to serve until his sue cessor shall be elected by order of a succeeding state convention. The retiring precinct committeemen shall call their respective precinct miss meetings to order, and shall preside until the mass meeting shall elect a chairman. On the Monday following such elections, .such committeemen shall meet at their county seat at 2 o'clock p. m. , and proceed to organize by electing a chairman and secretary." In compliance with tho above, I, ns Chairman of the Breckenridge County Democratic Committee, call for an election for precinct committeemen to be held in each precinct of the county on above specified date, which will be on baturuay, January 18, IOI3, at the last regular voting places, and on Monday, January 20;h. the newly elected Committeemen shall meet In Hardins- o'clock p m. .1 it 11, lor .my reason, me present pre cinct Committeeman Is not present or r The tabulating attendance system is in force now. As a result iome new faces are seen in the congregation at almost every service. Miss Maud Barry was leader of the Junior Division of the Woman's Mis- 000 sionary Society Sunday afternoon. The names of Miss Jane Sawyer and Mayme Bannon Sawyer wtre given for the Baby Division. These little girls are charter members. Miss Marion Allen will le'ad next monsh. totally destroyed. The damage Is timated at $000,000 Mobile.' Ala., Jan. 10. One fireman was killed and two others were injured so badly they will probably die while fighting a fire which destroyed the Mobile theater with a loss of $200,000 The dead man Is Joseph Serda and the Injured are James Stanton and Robert Snyder The theater was owned by Klaw & Erlanger Detroit Mich.. .Inn 10. The Printing company was totally destroyed by fire here and the stock of Rothschild & Brother, wholesale dealers In leaf tobacco, was damaged, totalling a loss to both firms of $200,000. Ten men were at work on the printing presses when the fire broke out and for a time It was feared they would be caught. The firemen, were handicapped by the extreme cold. Only one stream of water could be obtained for an hour. Hough-ton-Jacobso- n ybar cat? fv&your vwfe Js- he host flhrfetmas cyV2S ct B&fifc crccozifir ask her.Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" She will answer "YES" Try it next Christmas. i 1 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Ilardinsburg Ky. burg at 2 M'GOVERN ASKS NEW LAWS directed, then those present at the vot ing place shall elect a chairman of the meeting who shall preside over the election. Trusting that all Democrats will join In the selection of their precincts' Committeemen, I am, for absolutely fair elections, and thereby success of Democracy. Respectfully, Henry DeH Moorman, Chairman Breckenridge County Demo cratic Committee. Court would frequently requisition him to assist in the empanelling of juries in cnfces where It was of the last import- tince that no juror should be of legal relationship to the accused. His historical knowledge of local politics, and candidates for office made him a local paragon; and he was the center of a group of devoted friends who spent the eventide of their lives In "living over" again the imperishable memories of the days of "auld lang syne," a group which alas, is rapidly thinning; one by one of them q detly "wrapping the drapers of hib couch about him and lying down to pleasant dreams." In his beloved city of Hardinsburg, with its quaint, a'most old world-lik- e surrouudings, and suggestive of that princely culture of tho Kentucky of the olden davs, the Judge will be 'misled; and another of those "homes" the priceless oases of the order changes with his going. But the 'memory of both shall abide forever. Kor two years it was our great privilege to be the next door neighbor of Judge Board, and the fragrance of thut memory will remain with us uutil travelling days are done. His uniform courtesy, tender bolkitude for the welfare of others and keen appreciation of nil that was exc"eilent, made him one of the most delightful men that it has ever been our good fortune to know. Others will write of my ascended friend more eloquently, perhaps; but Great Alarm in Lowlands Governor Advocates Acts for Industrial, Social and Economic Betof Hancock County. does not call the meeting to order, as terment of the State. Hawesville, Ky.,Jan. Jl The steady downpour of rain the past 24 hours has caused great alarm among the farmers and people living in the low lands and It is almost certain that great damage will be done by floods. Blackford creek is two miles wide and still rising, and fear is felt that many of the bridges will be swept away and the levees greatly damaged. Stock is being moved to higher ground in both the creek and river bottoms for .safety; and rural mall carriers are unable to make their routes on account of the high water. Three feet more water will put the Ohio river over the danger line here, and many families are making preparations to move if the rise continues. Some corn hns been lost by farmers on account of the sudden rise, and great damage will be done to wheat in the bottoms. The L., II. and St. L. railroad have watchmen out both day and night at all the bridges along here as well as nt the Narrows above town, where they have always had so much trouble on account Wis., Madison, Jan. 10. Droad plans for Industrial, social and economic betterment are broached as recommendations to the Wisconsin legislature by Governor Francis E. McGovern In his message to that body. Somo of tho most Important recommendations aro simplification of the Income tax, more flexible woman's and children's labor law, taxation of mineral deposits underground, general law tor regulation or water power, mother's pensions, minimum wages for women, abolition of prison contract labor at Waupun, enactment' of a "bluo sky" law for tho protection of Investors ugainst fraud' through worthless corporate stocks, absent voting, or "voting by mall," for cltl zens out of their homo precincts and tho npproval of a btato budget, the first of Wisconsin's history. REWARD Point having been broken into and robbed on several occasions, notice is hereby given that the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railway Company will pay a reward of The Depot Building at West Judge Milton Board. In the passing of Judge Milton Board, of Ilardinsburg,, Breckenridge county n loses one of its oldest and citizen?. Judge Board was born 'n this county on the JJOth of November 1S28, and died at the residence of his son, Dr. Milton Board, In Louisville, on Sunday, December 20th, 1912, being a years of little more than eighty-fou- r age. best-know- HELEN GOULD TO WED SOON ' Judge Board was twice married, and had six children, three of whom, namely: V. 12. andJJefferson, of Kentucky, M. L., of Texas, belonged to the first union; and R. V. Board, of Texas, Dr. Milton Board, of Louisville, and Mrs. Irene B. Hodge, of Marshall, Mo., to the latter. His widow, nn elect lady Indeed, survives her husband, having lavished upon him unremitting attention and care during the years of his physical decline. Judge Board was a man possessed of abilities and qualities that were almost unique. ills conversational powers were exceptional, and he could entertain those who would gather around him with his exhaustless store of reminiscenses for hours a,t a lime. Endowed with a wonderful memory, he could trace the genealogy of almost every family that has resided within the boundaries of Breckenridge county for three generations back: and t Is said that the Judge of the Circuit fusel-natlng Announced Marriage to F. J. Shepard Is to Be at Her Country Place Next Week. ($200.00) for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties guilty of the offense. L. J. IRWIN, TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS Hi tJa Bf9 FOR SALE Mrs. ICato Bcnrd desires to her Hoarding House Business in Louisville Rooms tiro well furnished and sho hits un established business. For r information write her tit 202 East Broad wuv or soil fur-tho- tfew York, Jan 10. The marrUge President December 1912 of Miss Helen Gould to Flnley J Shepard of St. Louis Is expected to It Is as bo celebrated next week. sorted that MIsb 'Gould has fixed the date of the wedding, and that'lnvltn-tlon- s will be Issued within a few WAIL FOR FAIRBANKS days, but as these aro to bo confined NO to near relatives and friends, and a homo wedding Is decided on In prefer- Largest City In Alaska la Snowbound and Cannot Get Letters From ence to a church affair, the arrangethe Outside. ments will bo kept us prlvato as pos1 Couldn't country place at the Idcu of having It at her Fifth avenue rcsidonco In New York having been abandoned, because of tho publicity that has attached to the announcement of her engagement. Irvington-on-the-Hudso- and General Manager 3 9MMMI For Sale! J. ROBERTS Hardinsburg, Ky. Louibvllle Evening Po ami Breckenridge Nwwt one yearfJ.5U, sible. Tho wedldng will bo held at Miss Fairbanks. Alaska, Jan. 11. As a V. G. BABBAGE, Attorney Cloverport, Ky. J band had been dead less than month, Mrs, Lulu Goldsmith has tained a license to w4 again. Off With the, Old; On With the New, New York. Although her first husa, ob- Copper River & Northwestern railroad, which has been tied up more than two weeks, with little prospect of early resumption of trafllc, Fairbanks, the largest city in Alaska, has been without mall service from the States since Dec. 26. The last mall was received on that date by dog sled from Chltlna. and the next mall Is not expected before the end of the present month. result of the snow blockade on the good work horse, 0 years old and 1 good work maro 8 yoar old, in foal. Will soil cheap fpv cash. H. $3.50 I .v, , V Brackcnridge News fBDNESDAY, JAN 18, 1913 Far reduced rated on Dally Courier- Journal and Uvcnlng Post see T. N. Mittlothlan, Irvington Mrs. Lucy Grant Gregory is 111 at ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wc arc authorised to announce JUDOK H. C MURRAY, of Hardinsburg, as n candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August Primary. Wa.rvts. Los- t- Nose Glasses I 04T -- Pomowhcronn tlio branch railroad, L nilr nf colli frnmnnenn fflnssi'S In T 1' Taylor Co , chib Pincler pionio return and . red lit tlio Post ORIIce at Cloverport, Ky her home and has been for sonn-tlmcas eeonl ciiM mutter McGnry is nursing her. Miss Belle Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman, ItS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Hardlnsburg, John Cook and Pete ButADVERTISING BY THE ler, Custer, went to Louisville Monday. SHOP BY MAIL m oSThundred rfotrownru u.i. .1. iiiiorti, irTinmun, ny. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO MICHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES BENERAL OFFICES Mrs J B. Gibson, Basin Springs, returned from Hardlnsburg Monday Ktl FO POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS accompanied by Mrl Humphrey Mar shall. Mrs. Ed Gregory and three children went to Addison Monday. They had to v acute their home on account of the flood.' farmers here Tobacco Growers Come to Town to Look Into The Selling of Their Back. I Crops-Cloverpo- Farm for Sale half-wa- v FARM North of the railroad Wulxiter and Lodlburgi one hulf In timber Kood corn nnd tobneco land. Kor trndn or sale. Kor further Information nddrcM Ircd Olaycotnb, l.odtturK, Ky. For Sale While Plymouth d Rock White Cocks If the high water prevents t.... v Millar. Holt, has moved to this city and occupies his new home COULDN'T CROSS THE CREEK FOR SALE B. P. Rock Cockerels on the hill. Mr. Jamts Hendrick came choice AtF.W no better birdPlymouth Hock the 10 In with him. One hundred and fifty farmers came cgRH wrro irom no priru ninuiiiK ijuii. iw and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basham to Cloverport yesterday to Interview cash. Mrt. O L.Charnlurlaln. Irvlnntun. Ry. Hawesville, went to Lodl Mr. .TohmPhelon In regard to his buy daughter, of FOR SALE Double Set Work Harness burg Monday. They were In the flosded ing their tobacco. Fifty of the men tfood of ADOlJ LK set tell wnrk hnrne I..In Chamber-laimove came horse-bacw cheap. C. district, Hawesville, and had to others drove in und IrvlriRton, Ky LOCAL BREVITIES out. walked Cloverport was intensely ex Mlsa Lillian Roth has returned to cited over the arrival of the growers, For Sale 30 Acres Timber her home In Cincinnati after a visit to but it whs soon quieted when their MO'TM White- Oak: 1H mllo from Ohio Address W. s. Ashby, Cloverher aunt; Mrs. Selby McCrackcn &he business was learned. ?VUi Come to McQuady, January 23, 7 P. is a beautiful yiung girl and was adnnimlttan n 1fV port, Ky. 00111. XIIU lliuii efinf i iw. in. 1. 1.Vt, m. Phelon to ask him about buying their mired by many hero. For Sale buy Mrs. Ira Behen was in Louisville 15 horc power stationery Dr. Rafferty and Mrs. RafTerty and crops. He told them he could'nt SAI.K--FOR Ktwlnot Watklns mike, in good last week. family ha'd to move from their resl all their tobacco, thit he had thous llrickenrldRP News.. Oiovcrtort. Ivy. Mrs. Huff, of Owensboro, Is visiting Anncc nn River Street to the apart ands of pounds in Europe now that had " CLOVERPORT, KY. relatives here. ments over Marlon Weatherholt's office not heen sold. For Sale " week two men will be sent by Next Mrs. Laura Haye9 has arrived here In the Oclze building. Deeds, Mortgages and all kinds Mr. Phelon to look over their crops RR SA LE blanks. Hreckcnrldge News, legal from Bardstown Mrs. Benton Eubapks was at home could Cloverport. Ky. tj.,...l,lr,e Cmith fiarfinld. WCnt tO to the Girls' Club Thursda; afternoon. and buy all of the weed that he is was played with afford to buy and give them what It The game Forty-tw- o Louisville Thursday. wortli Last week a man from Lodl was served on 'Mrs. Mary Adkisson, Lodlburg, was red tallies. A luncheon burg brought down his tobacco. Ho the tables to the guests. in Webster Thursday, sold by sample, but when he got here ..Permanent.. nr P. w. FVinte. IrvinL'ton. was In Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Bowmer were his crop was so much better than the guests of their daughter, Mrs. John sample that Mr. Phelon gave him Hardlnsburg Monday. Louisville last week enroute em mote on the hundred. Prirn o'rahnmhas been 111 at her Burk in Petersburg, Florida, where they to St. The tobacco men had a nice day here fibme In Second street. will spend the winter. Kentucky m yesterday and returned to their homes Cloverport, t H. M. Claycomb, Lodiburg, was here Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, satisfied. k Saturdav with tobacco. to the country home of Mrs. gb Miss Martha Miller has returned was called Cniuimr inch wBik in Vfrpinia to be forty four feet. home from Owensboro. with her daughter? Miss Virginia HudBy Wednesday morning the chief Fresh oysters direct from Baltimore son, who had an operation on her foot. forecaster estimates the Cairo stage at at the English Kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard, Hardlns forty-fiv- e feet. fjh Attend a real play Thursday at Mc burg, came Monday night to visit her "The waters are receding at PittsRegistered Poland China llofr, Quady. January 23, 7 p. m. mother at Union Star, Mrs. D.S. Rich burg, the head of the flood," he said cither sex. Also 10 or 15 tons to ardson, who was unable to attend fun this morning, ''and the worst is over Mm nnvid Phnlns will be hostess s Timothy Hay. eral of her son, E. A. Richardson, at along the upper river. With propitious of the GirlClub Friday afternoon. Louisvilie. weather conditions in sight for the re G. W. Eskrldce and Finley Miller Cloverport. m mairider of the week, the condition i3 WAGGONER BROS, (returned from Owensboro Monday. fw(l satisfactory." Miss Dood Adair, of Hawesville, has m of Mrs. Harry Gan.s. been the guest Miss Lillian Polk, who sprained her Muffett's News Items Tuesday Mr. P. J. Henderson and for 1U30, 'ankle Friday, is able to be out again. Miss Mildred St, Clair were quietly TU m married at the home of Rev. L. K. Suits and Over- - g LgIrs. Fred Ferry entertained the Suits and Over- M Suits and OverMr. Henderson Marries Miss May at Irvington. The groom is a son 'Alles Reading Club last Thursday. . .. M coats marked coats marked of T. B. Henderson, of this pla;e. The A Brave Officer. coats marked Mr. Otto Fallon, of lerre uaute, Mildred St. Clair Wedding bride is a daughter of J.V.St. Clair, Bowlegs nrrested Alice home for" a short visit. Und., has been SherilT Jennie "$15 IS $12 $10 Notes also of thi place. The young couple Quite a Surprise-Oth- er Mr Trimes L. Dent. Leitchfield. has Shanks for beating up her husband. many friends who wish them a have Secretary of the State The trouble arohe over vho was boss been pleasant voyage. This marriage has of the household. Shanks' face plainly foair. was in Cloverport Frank Hendricks robed the Old Bachelor's Club of one boss. ic HI tt.tfVi vrhmrl fftvftr shows who's f ...- - ra.x Sunday the nueht of hisaunt, Mrs. ST, JUUIUS J.UUT.U 13 111 niiN 'jr""'" of its most efficient members Jess was Wkt fSnstn.i. He was some better Mon Jess Bohler. one of the real "live ones" in the club, No Marriage Licenses. r.i.! T.llnfniilnalv. of Owensboro. day. and will be missed very much, especher aunt, Mrs. T. J. ially in the cullinary department. After is the Kuest'-o- f Ua nresent at the opening of the New Hall at McQuady, January 23, 7 thn she has not issued a single mar Compton. some time has elapsed Mr, Henderson riage license in the jjast three years. T. J. Compton was in Bewleyville w'll be requested to appear before the hm. business is awful dull in last week the guestNof his brother, John club and make a report and if said reKy. ' Miss Annie HendricK ana Mr. oiauae She sajs that ' . Compton. port is favorable, other club members Me,rcer motored from Hardlnsburg her office. Sunday. C. Kurtz, will do their very oest to follow his ex Forrest Claycomb and J. room for Spring Fashions. who are spending the winter at Cres- ample, and thereby make Mr. Karl Bohler, of C. U. S., has of the community who are near-in- g Miss Eva DeSpang Rives out the cent Lake, Flu., report a good time others been absent this week on account of a if eligable age tor membership. latest on Spring fashions: Light trous- - and splendid fishing and hunting. Illness. Mr Hendeison's release fee ot 10 will closeplain shirtBorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper a be used to entertain the Old Aluid's Dr. John Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinch ets that fit rather waist and black coat, green sox and twelve pound boy, on January 1). Club. arrived here eloe, of Hardinsburg, tan snoes. Monday. Thos. McGavock has purchased a PAYS 2 CENTS TO EASE MIND farm near Cloverport and will move Mrs. John Kincheloe, of Hardins- County Board of Supervisors. fc'burg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. W. there soon. We regret very much to lowan Tells Why He Contributes to - the The County Board of Supervisors met lose Mr. McGavock, as he is a good k'Moorman. United States Con science Fund. f- Dr. Hilliary Boone.of Louisville, last week. The Board consisted of the neighbor and a very desirable citizen, Alwise, Clover and will be a good addition to the comIT M EANS guest of Miss Ray Lewis Hey- - following: was the Washington. After giving personal port; Miss Jane Sabine, Hardinsburg; munity to which he goes kser Sunday. to the letter ot a Decorah Miss Lama Damsell, Irvington; and PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING Forreit Compton will leave next wetk attention Ed Triolett. Custer, sold his tobacco (la.) man, who dcBlres to ease ms Duplex, Stephensport. The to enter the Owensboro Business ColMiss Jessie ,in Louisville last week at very .s&tis mind by paying tlio United States Board diu some goou work, l neir toiai lege "factory prices. two cents, Socrotnry of tho Treasury If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write lo us raises amounted to $1.9S . MacVeagh removed tho minimum lim( pirs. Amble Williams Daniels has it of flvo cents on "conscious fund" returned homo from a very pleasant HOW TO SUCCEED Arrested For Winking. The Iowan's letter contributions. visit in Louisville. our beautiful and read: Miss Irone Rose, Mr. Clinton Buckholz was here from efficient marshal, arrested Dan Boggs "Onkcl Sam, United States TreasDuring the last few years, conditions ury: Hereby I send you two cents week the guest of his for winking at her the other day. He the South last Lewisport, Kentucky I owo you by mlstalto. I wore sister, Mrs. Ernest Boyd. was taken before Pol.'ce Judge Mary in all lines of business, even profess which a llttlo article with tho mall Honding justice and 'fined $1 18. Dan says he ional life, have changed so completely writing In with. every man is waking up to the and put a slip of thought I did not but he UateU to that didn't mind the After sum time I win success ho have his facial beauty destroyed with fact that in order to do right and regret. So oxcusi me." must specialize and learn to do some brass knuckles. one thing and do it well. So it is with any article that is sold IRVINQTON, KENTUCKY Relief Held Out to Beleaguered. to the people. It must have genuine of advertising will Washington, Jan. 13.The United merit or no amount represents the Leading Companies in the Country States Weather Bureau today issued an maintain the demand for the article. FIRE, LIGHTNINGjJORNADO AND CYCLONE For many years we have wtitched Ohio river flood forecast thnt in full of recpromise to those beleaguered by the with much interest the remarkable Howls ord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Insures HaKSase ami Personal Kffects of Travelers. Household waters. Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. of the flood has begun at Root, the great Kidney, Liver and and Abatement Pittsburg, and will begin at Cincinnati Bladder Remedy. From the very be- bv Wednesday evening, U the opinion (Tlnnlntr t.ie oronrietors had so much of the chief forcaster, and no rain or confidence In It that they invited every RPAIITY snow is insight in the valley f Jr the re one to test it, free of cost, before pur.the,, desire of every living woman. any other chasing. the week, with !r w no gicater "Key to ims inys- malnder of that would nor nugment the H condition It Is a physician's prescription. of mail resim it' it let They have on Hie thousands flood. PBETTY TEETH , T. Skillman B. The estimated stages for tomorrow ters received from former sufferer to matter how near perfection your Wo have 16 mules from 4- to 7 years old that Utieti of beauty may approach. An morning from Manilla to Cairo are as who are now enjoying good health as a imperfect tooth makes an uuhaniion-iou- s fallows: are broken and ready for use. Farmers need, result of its use. and displeasing effect. It is not ing teams will qo well to see us before buying However, If you wish first to try a Maysvllle, between fifty nine and uecettwry to tolerate defects of the Hoprc?ontin the snnio sovon Dr. Kilmer & sample bottle, address Tearms reasonable. Ulh for the .science of dentistry can sixty feet. timo tried companies that overcome the most aggravating cases. Co., Blnghamton, N. Y , and mention Catlettsburg, . fifty eight feet. VC iC 9UVi.CMJ.ui in ut;tbiiJ& t4 uv and the Bre'ckenridge News, Cloverport, puid over $GO,000 of the loss Cincinnati, between sixty-tw- o tU ot Uie teem. Kv. Thev will gladly forward you a e . y. feet. in our big lire of 1901 withW. A. WALKER. Dentist Louisville, between, forty and forty- - sample bottle by.mail, absolutely free. kick. out a single HOC HwtflHslHirK, Ky. 01 P mr Regular sizes for sle- at all drug nnu fmit. (MMovcrBiry e and and gists fifty-cnPaducah, between p Precinct and city rCoanty Offices State ami District Offices Calls, per line .. 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Mr. Hnnd thinks wo'ro the milk, and afterward took what wb either on tho coast of Malno, or on every day with VomanIy left herself less than half a cupful. an island somewhere near tho coast. weakness need the help Then sho set the bucket out to catch I myself think it must at least bo of a gentle tonic, with tho rain. Sho felt keenly .the need of Nova Scotia, or possibly Newfounda building action on the food and water; and now that thoro land. But Hand will find out and bo womanly system. Ifyouare was no ono to heed her movements, back soon, nnd then we'll got away weak you need Cardui, Bho found it difficult to keop up tho from here and go to somo placo whero the woman's tonic, because Bhow of courage She Btlll trusted in we'll all bo comfortable." Cardui will act directly on Agatha stole nway, and with much Hand; but oven at liest he might yet the cause of your trouble. By Marllia Delliigcr difficulty succeeded in kindling tho be several hours in returning; and Cardui has a record of cold and hunger can reduco even tho fire again. She tended it until a good stoutest heart. If Hand did not roturn steady heat spread over tho rocks, and more than 50 years of (Oupjrljhl, lull, 'lb llobba. Morrill Company but thoro waB no answer to that If. then returned to James. Sho curled success. It must be good. CHAPTER X. Sho believed he would como. up, half sitting, half lying, against Tho soft rain cast a pall over tho the rocks. Tho Heart of Youth. ocean, so that only a small patch of Clouds had risen during tho recent "Agatha Redmond, can 'you hear hours, and it was much dnrkcr than sea was vlslblo; and it flattened tho Take d mo?" waves until tho the night bpfore had been. The ocenn. Sho caught tho volco faintly, as if washing Its million pebbles up on tho sea of yesterday waB now a It wero a child's cry. smooth, gray surfaco, touched hero little beach, moaned nnd complained "I'm right hero, yes; only wait Just Incessantly. In tho long interval beand there by a bit of frothy scum. n eccond." Sho could not lnstnntly tween their talk, Agatha's head would Agatha looked out throughtho deep free herself from her sandy coverings, fall, her eyes would close, and sho curtain of mist, rememboolng tho Mrs. Effie Graham, of but sho wns wido awako almost at would nlmost sleep; but nn undernight, tho Jcanno D'Arc, and hor re- tho first words James had spoken. current of anxiety concerning her Wiilard, Ky., says: "I ccnt peril. Most vividly of all sho Faint as the voice had been, she companion kept her always at tho was so weak I could heard in her momory a volco shouting. recognized tho natural tones, the edge of consciousness. James f "Keep up! I m coming, Ira coming! I suffered, hardly go. strongest ho had uttered sinco coming Ah, what a wclcomo coming that had nppeared to havo no desire to nearly every month, for 3 out of the water. been! Was ho to dlo, now, hero on sleep. Ho was trying to pleco to years. When I began to Tho night had grown cold and dark, gether, In his mind, his conscious and her hands, after tho worst of their take Cardui, my back hurt and at first sho was a trifle bewilder- unconscious memories. At last ho struggle was overt ouo lurneu iruiciuy cove. awfully. I only weighed ed. She was also stiff and sore, al- said: back to James, vowing m nor neart it Sho had, in tho end, been quito un 99 pounds. Not long after, most beyond bearing. She had to should not be; sho would savo him if able to help; but tho immediato need "I guess I haven't been much good I weighed 115.' Now, I creep along tho sand to where Jim ,. nqr r,n,nr Thnver. for a while have I?" li my in uuiuuh ijuv.l-- iu buvu. fnr h lay. Tho flro had burned wholly out, do all my work, and am Her hardest task was to movo their romintr with Ms, Btehel of medicines. Agatha considered beforo replying, and tho sand felt dninp as she crawled in good health." Begin camp up into tho edge of tho brush- - lmd at flrst glvcn hla wholo aWcnt0n "You were quito exhausted, I think; AVuen sho camo near, she over it. taking .Cardui, today. wood, where they might havo tho t0 jamea exnminlng him quickly and and wo feared you might bo ill." reached out her hand and laid it on shelter of tho trees. Thero was a ' BklUuljy ns ho jay whore Agatha had 'And Handy Andy got my Job?", Jinfo forehead. Ho was shivering Br1 jmTTi place, near iho handlo of tho sickle, eft hlm Later ho camo to Agatha She laughed outright at this, as much with cold. partly disap-- wlth a fow queati0ns, which sho an- whero tho rock-wafeeling of reassurance it gave "You poor man! And I sleeping 'for the peared, and tho undergrowth from tho BWered clearly; but James, left alone, her as for tho Jest itself. whllo I ought to bo taking care of cliff reached almost to tho bench. It immediately showed such a tendency "Handy Andy certainly had a Job, jou! I'll make tho flro and get somo "I told old Aleck." James went on, was from hero that Hand had begun to wander around, following tho hallu- with us two on his hands!" sho laughmilk; there is still a little left." "that I'd havo to Jump tho fence; but his ascent; and hero Agatha choso a cinntlons of his brain, that tho doctor As she tried to make her aching ed. oayuerry, t deci(ed that he must have a sedative "I bet ho did!" cried James, with that was ages ago. I've been har- placo under a clump of bones lift her to her feet, she became nessed down so long that I thought where sho could mako another bed for before ho could bo taken away. The aware that tho man was fumbling at more vigor than he had shown before. "He's a great' man; I'm for him! I'd gone to sleep, sure enough." Aga- James. The ground thero wu3 still needle, that friend of man in pain, was Sis coverings and trying to say somebrought into use; and presently they tha thought certainly that now he comparatively dry. When's he coming back?" She coaxed James to his feet and were able to leavo the cove. Doctor thing. Sho bent down to hear his "Early in the morning, I hope," said wa3 delirious, but sho had no heart Ho helped him, with some difficulty, up to Thayer and Mr. Hand carried James words, which were incredibly faint. to stop his gentle earnestness. went on: "But ' you woke mo tin,. the moro sheltered spot. Ho was to the rowboat, and tho engineer, who "I don't want any flro or any milk. Agatha, swallowing her misgivings. I only wanted to know if you wero "That's good," said James. "I think And I wouldn't have missed this last stronger, physically, now in his deliri- had stayed in the launch, helped 'them there," he said diffidently, as if I'll he about and good for something run, not for anything. 'Twas a great um than he had been during his period lift him Into the larger boat. "No myself by that time." night, that night on the water, with of sanity in tho night. She made him more walking at present for thla ashamed of his childishness. There was another long pause, so you; and whatever happens, I shall sit down whllo sho ran back to gather man!" Baid the doctor. Sho leaned over him, speaking gen-Jand touching his head softly with long that Agatha thought James must always think that worth living for; an armful of tho fir boughs to spread They were puffing briskly over tho out for his bed; but Bho had scarcely water, with tho tiny rowboat from tho have gene to sleep again. He thought yes, well worth living for. her firm, cold hands. "You're a little better now, aren't likewise of her, it appeared; for when James' voice died away Into inco- - started back for tho old camp before ljeanno D'Arc and the boat belonging vou. after your sleep? Don't you feel ho next spoke it was In a careful herence and at last Into silence. .lames got to nis leei anu siaggereu to tho iaunch cuttlnc a lone broken whi&per: 3 little stronger?" Agatha, holding his hands in hers, nftexther. She met him Just as sho furrow behind them. Mr. Hand was "Are you still awako, Agatha Red- watched him as he sank away from was returning, and had to drop her priding tho engine, whllo the engineer "Yea, I'm better, lots better," he rhlHDered. "I must have been sleep- mond?" her Into somo realm whither sho load, take her patient by tho arm, and and owncr of tho aunch, Little Simon Do you want could not follow. Either his hour of fuldo him back to the now shelter. 'E0.cane(i probably because he was "Yes. Indeed; quite. ing for ages. "When I woke up I thought I had a beastly chill or some- anything?" sanity and calmness had passed, and He went peacefully enough, but bigstood forward, handling tho "Yes, a number of things. First, fever had taken hold upon his sys- leaned on her moro and moro heavily. wheeL Jlm wag lylng on Bomo blan. thing, but I'm all right now; only the item; or fatigue, mental and physical. until at last his knees weakened under ,.ota nT1,, nsifiTi on fho flnm- - nf tho BUddenly I felt as if I must know if are you quito recovered from rou wero there, and if It was you." trouble that night's awful trouble?' had overnowered him onco more. hlm and ho fell. Agatha's heart smote boat, the doctor sitting besido him on He smiled at his own words, and Ho seemed to be wholly lost as to Presently she dropped his hand gen- her. a crackerbox. Agatha, feeling useless time. "Did you come off without any tly, looked to the coverings of his They wero near tho bayberry bush, and powerless to help, sat on tho narAgatha was reassured. "I think you'll bo still better for a serious injury? Do you look like your- couch, and settled herself down again though entirely out from its protec- row, uncomfortable seat at the side, again?" to rest. tion. As tho drizzling rain settled watching tho movements of tho doclittle milk." she said, and crept away self, strong and Agatha replied heartily to this, and to got tho pail, which had been hidBut no more sleep camo to her down thicker and thicker about them, tor. Sho was unablo to toll whether Slowly sho doubt or hope prevailed in his rugged den on a shelf of rock. When she her answer appeared to satisfy James eyes that night. She thought over all Agatha tried again. for tho moment. "Though," sho that James had said, remembering coaxed James to his knees, and slowly countenanco. samo back with It, James tried to sit up; but Agatha slipped added, "here in tho dark, who can his words vividly. Then her thoughts she helped him creep, as sho had crept At last sho ventured her question; arm under his neck, in skilful tell whether I havo rosy cheeks or went back over tho years, recalling toward him in the night, along the but beforo replying Doctor Thayer in nurso fashion, and held tho bucket not?" sho knew not what Irrelevant mat- stones and up into tho sheltered cor- looked up at her keenly, as if to "True!" sighed James, but his sigh ters from the past. Perhaps by some ner under tho bayberry. It was only judge how much of tho truth she while ho drank, almost greedily. As he sank back on his bed he whisper- was not an unhappy one. Presently underlying law of association, thero a little better than the open, and it would be ablo to be;r: "I want to camo to her mind, also, the words of had taken such prodigies of strength ed: "You are very good to take care he began once more: "Tho hemorrhage was caused by the Df mo." know, too, if you weren't surprised tho song she had sung on tho Sunday to get there! strain," ho said at last, slowly. "It "Oh, no; I'm only too glad! And that I know your name?" Agatha mado a pillow for James is bad enough, with this fever. If his which James had referred to now I'm going to build up the fire "Well, yes a little, when I had tlmo head and sat by him, looking earnestly constitution is sound, ho may pull again; your hands are quite cold." to think about it. How did you know "Free of my pain, freo of my burden at his flushed faco; and from her heart ' through." "No, don't go," ho pleaded. "Pleaso it?" sho sighed, "Ah, dear man, it was too of sorrow, Not very encouraging, 'but Agatha stay hero; I'm not cold any more. I meant to keep At last I shall seo thee " James laughed. hard! It was too hard!" extracted the best from it. "Oh, I'm And you must go to sleep again. I It a secret, always; but I guess I'll It was a long and weary wait for so thankful!" she exclaimed. Doctor ought not to havo wakened you; and, tell, after all just you. I got it from What ages it was since she had help, though help of a most efficient Thayer looked at her, a deep Interest really, I didn't mean to." the program, that Sunday, you know." sung that song! And this man, this kind was on tho way. Agatha had showing in his grim old face. While Sho James Hambleton, It appeared, had beon looking and listening toward the yes, "Ah, "Yes you ought. I'vo had lots of I understand." she looked at James, ho studied her, sleep; I don't want any more." didn't quite understand, at first; for heard her sing it; and somehow, by upper wood, whither Hand had disapunusual characteristic "It's dark, but it's better than it thero had been other Sundays and fato, ho had been tossed into tho peared. Sho had even called, from as if someattention, but ho claimed his mado no weary same adventure with herself. was that other night, isn't it?" said other songs. But she could not tlmo to tlmo, on tho chance that sho comment. him now with questions. lames. generous could help to guldo tho assisting Unconsciously, Agatha's Doctor Thayer was short in stature, "Much better," answered Agatha. As they lay there tho slow, monoto heart began to swell with pride in party back to tho cove. At last, as she James visibly gathered strength nous susurrus of the sea made n deep James' strength and courage, with listened for a reply to her call, she massively built, with the head and It gratitude for his goodnes"s to her, heard another sound that set her won- trunk of somo ancient Vulcan. His from tho milk, and presently ho took accompaniment to their words. heavy, largo features had a rugged noAgatha, watched, and waB near, and yet immeisurnbly far. and with an almost motherly pity for dering; it was tho somo moro. of a when ho had finished, patted him filling the universe with Its soft but his present plight. She would admit motor boat. Sho loooked out over the bility, like that of tho mountains. His , sound. no moro than that; but that, she small expanso of ocean that was visi- faco was approvingly on tho hand. "Good boy! insistent sound and echoes-odeeply marked with lines of care; You'vo done very well," sho cried. At tho back of her mind, Agatha thought, bound her to him by ties ble to her, but could see nothing. Nev- and "I was so thirsty, I thought tho heard it always, low, threatening, and that would never break. Ho woul(. ertheless tho boat was approaching, as but most salient of all his features waa tho massively molded chin and whole enrth had run dry. AVill you strong; but on tho surface of hor ita puffing proclaimed. It grew more very ungratoful If I say now thoughts, she was trying to dccldo always bo different to her, by reason nnd moro distinct, and presently a jaw. His lips, too, were thick and. think mo of that night and what sho chose to full, without giving the least impresI wish it had boon water?" what sho ought to do. Sho was "Oil, no; I wish rfo, too. But Mr. thinking whether 'sho might question term his splendid heroism. Sho had strong volco shouted "Ahoy! Are you sion of piofisness; and whon ho was thinking, ho had a habit of thrusting concerning seen him in his hour of strength, that thoro?" FTand could only get us a little bl' hor companion a little s Threo times tho shout camo. Agatha his under Jaw slightly forward, which from a spring, for thoro Isn't any himself, when he answered her, in hour when tho overman makeB out of mortals. It was tho heart mado a trumpot of her hands and an- mado him look much fiercer than ho part, of his own accord. other pail." It was somo tlmo boforo Jim mado "You couldn't know who I am, of of youth, plus tho endurance of tho swered with a call on two notes, clear ever felt Thin white hair covered his out to lnqulro. "Who's Mr. Hand?" course: James Hambleton, of Lynn. man, that had saved them both. It rand strong. "All right!" came back: temples and grew in a straggling "He's tho man that ho) pod ub out Jim, Jimmy, Jimsy, Bud I'm called had been a call to action, dauntlcssly and then, "Call again! We can't find fringe around tho back of his headi exof tho water when wo hecamo mosc anything. But I wanted to toll answered, and ho himself had avowed you!" And so she called again and upon which he woro a oven the again, though there woro tears in her softblack hut. hausted." yoii In fact. that'B what I waked up that the struggle, tho effort, Doctor Thayer would havo been noAgatha hesitated to speak of tho expressly for I wanted to tell you " final pain, wero "worth living for!" eyes and a lump in her throat for niglit'B experience, uncertain how far lie paused so long, that Agatha Thinking of hlB whlto faco and feeblo very relief and Joy. When her eyes ticeable, a man of distinction, nnd yet hero ho was, with hla Jim's memory carried him, and not leaned over, trying to seo his face. volco, she prayed .that tho high gods cleared, she Baw the boat, and watched knowing how n sick man, in his Tiio violence of tho chill had passed. might not regard them worth dying while it anchored well off tho rockB; worn satchel and his then two men put asboro in a row- -' clothes, traveling year after year over weakness, might bo affected. Still, His eyes woro wido open, his fnco for. to the relief of fartho country-sidboat. now that he Boomed almost himself alarmingly pale. Sho felt a sudden CHAPTER XI. "And whero aro our patients?" camo mers and fishermen. Ho know Ills ngaln, savo for tho chill, sho ventured qualm of pain, lest illness and exscience, too. It nover occurred to hlm a deep volco from tho rocks. to icfer to tho event, speaking In a haustion had wrought havoc In his Tho Homo Port. matter-of-fac- t "This way, air. I think mademoi- to doubt whether his sphero was way, as if such endur- frnmo deopor than sho know. But as Tho darkness of tho night slowly lift- selle has moved the camp up under largo enough for him. ance toBts woro tho most natural sho bent over him, his features light"I haven't found out yot where we ovents in tho world. JnmeB' speech ed up with his rare smile an expres- ed, roveallng only a gray, leaden Bky. tho treoB," was tho reply, unmistakaaro, or to what placo we are going. was quito coherent and distinct, but sion full of happiness and peace. Ho Thero was no dawn bucu as had glad- bly the volco of Mr. Hand. very Blow, as if tho efforts to speak lifted a hand, feebly, and sho took dened their hesrtB tho morning beAnd thero they found Agatha, kneel- Will you tell me sir?" asked Agatha. "You camo ashoro near Ram's Head, camo from tho depths of a profound it In both hor own. Sho felt that fore, no fresh awakening ot tho day. ing by James and trying to coax him fatigue. thus, hand in hand, they woro nearer; InBtoad, tho coldness and gloom of tho to his feet. "Quick, they havo como! ono of tho worst reefs on the coast "Hnnd that's a good namo for him. that thus sho could better bo of help night soomod but to creep a llttlo far- You will bo carod for now, you will be ot Maine; and wo'ro heading now for ther away, leaving its shadow over tho well again!" sho was saying. She saw CharloBport"; that's over yonder, beI thought it was tho hand of God, to him. which plucked mo, like David, or "I wanted to toll you," ho began world. A drizzling rain began to fall, Hand approach and heard him say: yond that next point," Doctor Thayer Jonah, or somo such person, out of again, "that whatovor happens, I'm. nnd tho wanderers on tho beach wero "This way, Doctor Thayer, Tho gen- answered. Aftor a moment he added: destined to a now draft of misery. tleman' is up here undor tho trees' "I know nothing about your mistho seething billows. But I didn't glad I did it." think of thero being a man behind." ques- Only Agatha watched, however; James and then, for tho flrst time in aU tho fortunes, but I assume that you cap"Did what, dear friend?" Then, after a long silence, "Where tioned Agatha, thinking in hor heart gave no sign of caring, or even ot long ordeal, Agatha's nerves broke and sized in some pesky boat or other. knowing, sun shono or hid her throat filled with sobs. As the is he?" Wheu you get goon and ready, you that tho fover had sot hla wits to its faco. whether tho came near, she reached a can tell me all about it. In the mean"Do's gono off to find somebody to wandering. Ho had slept fitfully sinco their hour hand up to him, while with the other time, what is your name, young womo help us got nway from hero; a "Glad I followed tho Faco and tho or wagon of somo sort, and Volco," ho answered feobly. Agatha of wakefulness together in the night, she covered her weeping eyes in an?" and sovoral times ho had shown signs The doctor turned his searching somo food and clothes." closely, torn with anxie- of extreme restlessness, At these shame. "Oh, I'm so glad you've cornel I'm blue eyes toward Agatha again, a Something caused Jim to ejaculate, watched him to see him though quito foobly, "You poor ty. She couldn't bear so suddenly periods he would talk incoherently, so glad you've come!" she tried to say, courteous but eager inquiry underBuffor this man who had thing!" And then ho asked, very slow- become a friend, who had been bo Agatha being ablo to catch only a but it was only a whisper through her neath bis brusque manner. word now and then. Once he endeav- sobs. ly, "Whero is 'here'?" "It is a strange story, Doctor Thayunselfish for her sake, who "I'm sorry I was goBe so kag," said er," said Agatha somewhat reluctant"I don't know; and Mr. Hand brave and so cheerful throughout their ored to get up, bent, apparently, upon had been performing some faneied duty far Hand, touching her timidly oa the ly; "but seme, time you shall hear it. doesn't know." night of trouhln away. Agatha, soothed him. talked to faJ4r, Continued oh page 7 t j Stolen Singer The 'And wo'ro lost our tag," lushed Jim faintly. Agatha couldn't resist tho laugh, though tho weakness in Jim's voir was almost enough to make her wcop Pale Faces Pafe-face- I 1 CARDUI blue-flashin- whlto-enppe- The Woman's Tonic ( him-pel- , J to take cart ot "'' hii,' she begged in th faintest f voiee; and then he crept awy, thinking to hide her nervea until she could come to herself again. But Hand followed her to the niche in the rocks where Bho fled, covered her with something big and warm, and before she knew it he had made her- drink a cup that was comforting and good. Then he gave her food in little bits from a basket, and sweet water out of a bottle. Agatha's soul revived "within her, and her heart became brave again, though sho Btlll felt as If she could never move from her hard, damp resting placo among the rocks, "You Btay thoro, pleaBe, Mademoiselle," adjured Mr. Hand. "When we get the boat ready I'll como for you." Then, standing by her in his submissive way, he added a thought of his own: "It's very hard, Mademoiselle, to seo you cry I" "I'm not crying," shrieked Agatha, though her volco waB muffled in her nrms. "Very well, Mademoiselle," acquiesced tho poljto Hand, and departed. Two men could not havo been found who wero better fitted for managing n relief expedition than Hand and Doctor Thayer. Agatha found herself, after an unknown period of tlmo, sit tlng Bafo under tho canva9 awnlng of tho inuncll( protected by a generous cloak, comforted with food and stlmu- lnnt, nnd relieved of the pressing anxl- oty that had filled the last hours in the - CHURCH DIRECT01 Cloverport Churchis Baptlut Church nnntHt Surdity School. i:3n b. fc. 0,s i.ikiiiioot,. rumrintontimt, rrnyfr Mtfi "nini'iKiHj i (nip, m. nxpiiM Al Pi Society mrrts Monday BfnrFrcond inonui. mm. a. it. Pklllmnn, v Renin every hufhiatiu 11:00 a, ib, 7:30 pin. Ilfl. E. O. Cornell 1'nMor. pruciico every weflnvwlay nlglit after meeting. pry it nethodlt;Church MetliodUtFnndaySclXiol. 0:90n.n. Ira Moncn, auperirttutivm. rrencmnff ei FundHy in nii.m. Hnd 7:30 p.m. Iter. J walker. I'nstor. Prayer mrctlnft Wedl cmy, 7:30 p. in. Kpworth LenRue, rej nirviro eunun j - p, mj nuine me flrst Tuesday nlelit encli month. MIm Ktirlto Hum. President. Dulles' Aid fork meets nrs' Monniiy each month Mrs, rest Llnlitfoot. I'renldent. 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C, Scientific flhncricait SUBSCRIBE NOW 1 f smooth-shaven- ruddy-brow- ...For The... half-god- Atlanta Journal DAILY, SUNDAY AND SEMI-WEEKL- Y ill - nwt broad-brimme- d any-wher- o; Largest Circulation South of Baltimore e BY MAIL Daily and Sunday Daily only per annum $7.00 " " 5.00 " " I '"Ml 1 Sunday only Seml.Weekly " " 2.1 M 1.00 I I " For The Breckenridge -- ALL THE NEWS ALL THE T)M mi Notice to Those Who Write car-rlag- Htm Persona who send articles to tl Breckenridge News, kindly take to make them plain and oa paj reasonable sice, Wrapplag paper not convenient to handle on a tl ease or desk. Always sign name. fl o IHE STOLEN , SINGER 6 Coi tlriud from piuti Cough, Cold imBL It." said Doctor yer gruffly. "Somo blind dash In- the future Is tho nrlvllcKO of youth. Mat's why it's all recklessness and HoIlflhneBS." the ship." i "I .don't doubt ten it to somebody, tor I nod My name is Agatha Redmond, I am from Now York; and this man is James liambloton of Ho risked his in bo he told mo. to save mine, after wo had aban- - SoreThroat Sloan's Liniment gives quick relief for cough, cold, hoarseness, soro throat, croup, asthma, hay fover and uronchitis. Mr. Albriit W. PBICK,of FredonU, Ran., writes t "We use Blonn'i Lint niont in tlio family ami find It n excellent relief for col J j and lint fever attneki. It itopicouiibiugauif meeting almost instantly." HERE'S PROOF. X. J: Agatha looked at him keenly, struck bf some Bubtlo irony in his volco. "I think it is what you yourself would ftftve done, sir," alio said. The doctor thrust out IiIb chin in Uli disconcerting way, and gave not least smllo; but his small blue 'twinkled. My business is to see Just whero going and to know exactly what doing," was tho dry answer. Ho ned a watchful look toward James, ng Btlll thero botwoen them; then knolt down, putting an'oar over patient's heart. ? "All right!" ho assured her as ha rmnfa up. "But wo never know how thJfce organs are going to act." Satisfying himself further in regard to James, ho waited somo time boforo he addressed Agatha again. Then ho said, very deliberately: "The ocean Is a savage enemy. My brother Hercules used to quote that old Greek phll' osopher who said, 'Praise tho sea, but keep on land.' And sometimes I think he was right" Agatha's tired mind had been trying to form some plan for their "fu- .tare movements. Sho was uneasily aware that sho would soon have to ftectdo to do something; and, of course, Bho ought to get back to New York as soon as possible. But sho eeuld not leave James Hambleton, her friend and rescuer, nor tlld'Bhe wish to. Sho was pondering tho question as tho doctor spoke; then suddenly, at his words, a curtain of memory snapped up. "My brother Hercules" and "Charlesport!" She leaned forward, looking earnest i into tho doctor's face. "Oh, tell o Jne," she cried Impulsively, "Is it that you knew Hercules Thayer? That ho was your brother? And .are we In the neighborhood of Illon?" i'H . 'Yes yes yes," assented tho nodding to each of her questions ln turn; "and I thought it was you, Agatha Shaw's girl, from the first. But you Bhould have come down by land!" he dictated grimly. un, i aiun t liuenu 10 come aown . fat all," cried Agatha; "either by land At least not yet!" j or water! Doctor Thayer's Jaw shot out and , eyes shone, but not with humor '.thto time. Ho looked distinctly irrl- d. "But my. dear Miss Agatha IrX Kit Mm ond, whero did you Intend to go?" Agatha couldn't, by any force of will, keep her voice from stammering, as sho answered: "I wasn't 4 anywhere. I was Doctor Thayer looked sternly at her, then reached toward his medicine chest. "My dear young woman " it (Why is It that when a person is par- f ticularly out of temper, he is con- in nnv Mv Tlpnr Rn nnrl Sn?l "My dear young woman," said Doctor Thayer, "that's all right, but you must take a few drops of this solution. And let mo feel your pulse." "Indeed, doctor, it is all so, Just as I say," interrupted Agatha. "I'm not feverish or out of my head, not tho least bit. I can't tell you the whelo story now; I'm too tired" "Yes, that's so, my dear child!" Bald tho doctor, but in such an evident tono of yielding to a delirious nnmnn. thatho nearly threw her Into But on tho wholo, & fever with anger. Agatha was too tired to mind. He took her hand, felt of her pulso, and slowly shook his head ; but what he had to say. if he had anything, was postponed. The launch 4v aeceBBarlly was putting into tho harbor of ' Charlesport. Eyen on the dull day of their ar--i SV rY&l, Charlesport was a pleasant place, stretching up a steep hill Meyond the ribbon of street that . and its harbor. docks stood out here and there, f aad one larger dock marked the far- theat point of land. A great derrick stood by ono wharf, with piles of granlto block near by. Little Simon was calling directions back to Hand at the engine as they jkugged past fishing smacks and moor-tapoles, past lobster-po- t buoys and "a little threading their y into the harbor and up to tho k. Agatha appealed to tho doctor with great earnestness. 'Surely. Doctor Thayer. It la a rovldence that We camo in Just here. SLOANS LINIMENT SORE THROAT. Miis. ti. niiKwr.n.ef Stodollo.Flii., writes! " I bought one bottle of your Liniment and ttdlil nienll tlie good In the world. My throat was Terr sore, and it curod mo of my trouble." RELIEVED COOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. Mn. W. II. STlULSfdE, 3721 Elmwood Avenue, Chicago, III., writes! "A little boy next door had croup. I gars the mother Sloan's Liniment to try. She gate him three drops on sugar before going to bed, and he got up without the croup in the morning." Price 1 28o; BOo., $hOO when he had talked with her, almost happily, In tho night. Sho herself felt miserably tired and 111; and as sho waited, sho had tho sensation ono sometimes has ln'waltlng for a train; that tho waiting would go on for over, would never end. Tho weather changed, as tho' doctor had propheslod, and tho rain ceased. Fresh gUBts of wind from tho soft blow clouds of fog and mist Inland, whllo tho surfaco of tho water turned from gray to green, from greon to bluo. Tho wind, blowing against tho receding tldo, tossed tho foam back toward tho land In fantastic plumes. Agatha, looking out ovor tho sea, which now began to sparklo In tho light, longed in her heart to take tho return of tho sunshlno as an omen of good. It warmed and chcored hor, body and soul. As her eyes turned from tiro sea to tho village tossed up boyond its highest tides, she searched, though in vain, for somo spot which sho could identify with tho memories of hor childhood. Sho must havo seon Charlesport in somo ono of her numerous visits to Illon as a child; but though sho recalled vividly many of her they woro in no way suggos-tlvof this tiny antiquarian village, or of tho rocky hillstdo stretching off toward tho horizon. A narrow rond wound athwart tho hill, leading Into tho country beyond. It was stoop and rugged, and finally It curved ovor tho oxporl-encqs, PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. BOON TO .THE SLENDER By Martha McCulloch FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP! FIRST Beciutso PURSE. Williams. It Is as truo as It Is piteous that "tho poor Is destroyed by his poverty." Strength and competence, tho high roads of escnpo from poverty, depend primarily on health, which In turn depends so much upon food. For theBo many, many years It has been patent that mnny of our follow creatures havo been handicapped In tho raco of llfo by improper food or tho Improper preparation of cheap food that would bo health-givin- g In nmplo o S 'VJMf Hr tIPSt Z3m Sloan's Treatisa on the Horse sentfree. distant fields. Address vVflijQjEarlS. Sloan "" rre 53?. i Bolton, Mass. WMJk wnere peopio will know me ana win help mo. I need shelter for a little whllo, and care for my sick friend hero. Where can wo go?" Doctor Thayer cast a Judicial eye over the landscape, while he held his hat up into the breeze. "It's going to clear; it'll be a fine afternoon," said he. Then deliberately: "Why don't you go up to tho old red house? Salllo Kingsbury's thero keeping It, Just as 3he did when Hercules was . alive; waiting for you or tho lawyer or to turn her out, I guess. And It's only five miles by the good road. You couldn't go to any of these Bailor shacks down here, and tho big summer hotel over yonder isn't any place for a sick man, let alone a lady without her trunk." Agntha looked in amazement at tho doctor. "Go to the old red house to stay?" "Why not? If you're Agatha Redmond, it's yours, isn't it? And I guess nobody's going to dispute your being Agatha Shaw's daughter, looking as you do. Tho house is big enough for all creation; and, besides, they've been on pins and needles waiting for you to come, or write, or do something." Tho doctor gave a grim chuckle. "Hercules surprised them all some, by his will. But they'll all bo glad to see you, I guess, unless It 1b Sister Susan. Sho was always pretty hard on Hercules; and she didn't approve of tho will thought tho houso ought to go to tho Foundling Asylum." Agatha looked as if sho saw the gates of Eden opened to her. "But could I really go there? Would It bo all right? I've not oven seen tho lawyer." There was no need of answers to her questions; she know already that tho old red houso would receive her, would bo a refuge for herself and for James, who needed a refuge so sorely. The doctor was already making his plans. "I'll drive this man here," Indicating James, "and ho'll need some one to nurse him for a while, too. You can go up in ono of Simon Nash's wagons; and I'll get a nurse up thoro as soon as I can." The launch had tied up to tho larger dock, and Hand and Little Simon had been waiting somo minutes while Agatha and the doctor conferred together. Now, as Agatha hesitated, the businesslike Hand was at her elbow. "I can help you, Mademoiselle, if you will let mo. I have had some experience with sick men." Agatha looked at him with grateful eyes, only half realizing what it was he was offering. The doctor did not wait, but Immediately took the arrangement for grantod. Ho began giving orders in the tono of a man who knows Just what he wants done, and knows also that ho will bo obeyed. "You stay here, Mr. Hand, and help with this gentleman; and Little Simon, here, you go up to your father's livery stable and harness up, quick as you can. Then drive up to my place and get the boy to bring my buggy down here, with the white horse. Quick, you understand? Tell them tho doctor's waiting." Agatha Bat in the launch while the doctor's orders were carried out. Little Simon was off getting the vehicles; Doctor Thayer had run up tho dock to the village street on somo errand, saying he would be back by the time the carriages were there; and Hand was walking up and down the dock, keeping a watchful eye on the launch. James was lying In the sheltered corner of the boat, ominously quiet. His eyes were closed, and hie .face had grown ghastly la his Tears came to Agatha's eyes as she looked at him, seeing how than much worse bis rwuUtlau w some-body But the old red houso was tho talisman that brought back to her mind" the familiar picture. Sho wondered If it lay over tho hill boyond that rugged road. Sho closed her eyes and saw tho green fields, the mighty treo, the lilac bushes, and tho dull red walls of tho house standing back from tho vlllago street, not far from tho church. Sho could soo It all, plainly. Tho nought camo to her suddenly that It vas home. It was the first realization ho had of old Horcules Thayer's tlndness. It was homo for her who had else been homeless. She hugged the thought In thankfulness. If "Now, Miss Agatha Redmond, balm-of-gllead whlto-steopled ly pos-slbl- you will come " Tho eternity had ended; and tlmo, with its swift procession of hours and lays, had begun again. To be continued Mr", A R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo., had headache for been tn.ublcd wu a about five years, when she began taking Chnniberlahi's Tablets. She has tuten two bottles of them and they Sick headache is have cured her. caused by a disordered stomach for which these tablets me especially inwel1 fl,ld stay tended. Try them. k well. S)ld by nil dealers. Advertise- doc-to- r, ment. SAYS OYSTERS SUFFER AGONY Dr. Wiley Asserts They Endure Agonizing. Pain When Doused With f(. Tabasco Sauce. "Oysters on tho half shell suffer untold agony when eaten," Bald Dr. Harvey Wiley, formerly Uncle Sam's pure food expert, the other night, according to a New York Herald Washington correspondent. "Ninety per cent, of them when eaten are alive and kicking. They suffer tho most excruciating pains when ycu Jab them with a fork and follow with a sprinkling of salt, pepper and tabasco sauce. "It is true that they arc a very low order of life, but as they eat and drink they must be llvo animals and have feeling. Imagine tiomo monster coming to earth from Mars who thought that wo poor human beings were very succulent morsels of food when eaten alive. It would Indeed be a nlco sensation to bo poked full of holes and covered with about six pounds of salt. "However, this will not deter mo l from indulging In tho delicious habit. I am going to eat my oysters In such a way as to save them pain ono Jab with a fork, put tho sauce on quickly and then gobble it. "It's a good thing that they can't yell and Jump, for if this were so our dining rooms would be full of tragic moanings and shrlekB. However, this would not bo so had, for we would then havo tho altornatlvo of cooking them." half-shel- " ri f I ! i quantity If prepared properly for tho palato. Thero Is opening now an avenue of posslblo escape. I mean tho paper bag. By Its help, the cheap cuts which alono are within tho compass of slender purses, may be cooked In such fashion as tJ yield tho last grain of nourishment they contain, and be bettered In tho process Further, they will sauco and season much thereby douother cheap bling or trebling Its dietetic value. This can bo accomplished through the medium of stows. Meat for stowing may bo bought at tho lowest current prices flank, neck scrag, shank It is all the same to tho bag. Havo a caro in cutting It up, that no sharp bono3 are left projecting. Wash clean, but very quickly, aftor cutting up, dry with a damp paradoxical not cloth which is though It sounds so season lightly with salt and pepper and. let Ho for nn hour In a cool place. Wash tho vegetables carefully, cut them up, and put In cold water. Grease a roomy bag very well a stew of all things needs not to bo skimped In space. Put a thick layer of the mixed vegetables, dripping wet, at the bottom of It, on that n layer of meat, then moro vegetables, tho rest of tho meat, then the last of tho vegetables, thrusting In among them a good lump of fat, either drippings, butter or lard, that has been rolled in flour. Pour in, a tablespoon-fu- l of water for each pound of meat, fold tho bag, clip it extra securely, put In a hot oven, after ten minutes and cook reduce the heat from two to three hours, depending on the bulk. Take up In a deep dish, stir well, taste, add more salt and pepper If needed, and serve very hot. to Tho proportion of vegetables meat may bo three to one, or even four to one, if there is plenty of extra fat. Stew Without Meat. Try out two ounces of suet, taking care not to scorch tho tissue, but to got It brown, put in enough toasted bread crumbs to absorb tho fat entirely, stir them well about, sprinkle- with salt and pepper, then put in a bag In layers with sliced tomatoes, sliced carrots, white potatoes cut as for frying, onions sliced and soaked half an hour In salt water, also pieces of tart apple peeled of course. Season each layer lightly as you put It In, remembering always that salt and pepper can be added, but can not bo taken away. Add bits of butter also If you want tho stew very rich. Add at tho very last half a gill of stock, or milk and water, seal bag tight, put In a hot oven, slack heat after Ave minutes, ,of an and cook for hour. (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Literary Press.) food-stuff, plisjhtl' rollinir, does not wash; nenrly over) acre is tillable; it lias southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lyins on northern hill side. Breckinridge ",l,(en Hl)0t 'n SECOND' ,s on t'l sides soils f ronr f.$35 to 10 un county; lund nil aero. THIRD It is near the milroid. Prows wheat, corn, tobjicco oats, cow pons cloFOURTH ' ver, nil kinds of gns. contains J500 nores- - and is cheap. It will produco l FIFTH in one year, it rightly farmed, nearly half its cot." Labor plentiful nnd cheap. Write it is a good furm, fertile lnnd, lnys woll, JNO. D. BABBAGE Cloverport, Ky. $4,200 Price $4,200 Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land in Breckenridgo county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in nil this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridgo 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, pot- cent in the last ten 3ears. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check thoumbers that interest you, write your name and address aud weill keopj-oin touch with our bargains. u Wanted Small Farms Wo have a number of inquiries forsmalllfarms' from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If you have a small farm weli;iinproved. good level lund, list it with us nud we will do the nwt. one-hal- f, -- - veranda; Rood barn 30x5o; tenant house; 137 acres under ulow; 100 acres Krus-- ; j acres In timber; well watered, cNiern ana ponds. 3j to . 0 bushels corn and 120 pounds tot);icco to acr. Wood clover laud lays wavy to level location. Ideal and In one of the best iielKlilorliooas In ttie county. Trice i.S00;H.casli Terms on u.ilance fn-railroad, Mn 9 300 acres 3 miles mile from sclioo 4 near Sample; one -- Acres. 3 miles from Ii vinjUon.on rural roiuo. Quod frame dwelling; a roums and 10S No. I. A Fine Home Farm No. No. NO I2J la.c,res. Rood and lovel land, 11 ,KOoa b:lr? i "ll lllnd cleared, woll located; 3 miles from Irvlngtou. I'rlce 3,30O 230 I ?laK ln " valloyj 5 room dwo'llng und hall ; houses, large tobacco barn; 2K milesStonant South of lvlrk, M mile from sonool well watered. 2 springs near barn; on HuralKoute. 2 ,lcs house. look-SuJ- K bor-uiere- d Fish-house- s lull g Women love a clear, rosy complex-Ion- . Burdock Blood Bitters is splendid for purifying the blood, clearing the skin, restoring sound digestion. All druggists sell it. Price, fl. 00. Ad- vertisement Engineer Forgot Water. Primitive methods of railroad traveling may still b) experienced In Switzerland. Tho other day while a train was making a trip from Payerno to Frlbourg, tho engine would not movo aftor Lechello, tho first stop, and the engineer discovered, that ho had forgotten to take In water. Aided by the guard, tho Btatlonmastor, and several travelers, who wore armed with buckets, a small quantity of water was obtained from tho vlllago fountain, and poured Into tho reservoir of the tender. Tho train then got started, but on arriving at the next station, the same proceeding had to bo repeated. However, at the third stop, when tho engineer again asked for water tho passengers became angry and refused to help. Tho onglne also struck work, Its machinery being overheated, and another locomotive had ultimately to bo telegraphed for. Montreal Herald. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realize tho fact that thousands of women are now using A SftkUe Aitiieptic Fewder M a remedy for mucous membrane f feaUons, such as sore throat, nasal or pelvle catarrh, inflammation or tfon, caused by female ills? Women who have been cured Bay "it is worth Its weight in gold." Dissolve in water and WpJy locally. For ten years the Lydla I M Mnlr him Matllnlna Co. has rCOm- vwaded Paxtine in their, private ence with women. cor-respo- Taxfcne For all hygienic and toilet uses it has no equal. Only 60c a large box at Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of priee. Toe Psxtoa Toilet Co., Boston, If ass. s. $3 rill w m mr Louisville Evening; Post and Breckenrldge News one year 3,$0. minced shallot, or chives, and parsley. Add a fow fresh breadcrumbs and tiny bits of butter. If liked, a tiny grate or nutmeg may bo added as well as a good dust of pepper. Put Into a well greased bag and bake in the oven for ten minutes. Dish up and serve as hot as possible. Other dried fish are excellent prepared In the same way. Rlz Aux Crevettes. Take four ounces of boiled rice, add to it poppor and salt to taste, a lump of butter about the size of a big Brazil nut, and two dessertspoonfuls of. finely grated cheese. Put this mlxturo In a woll greased bag and mako very hot for six minutes. Then open tho bag and stir la gently a fow flaked shrimps. Mix la lightly with a fork. Replace tho bnor on tho broiler, mako hot fgr another throo minutes, then dish up and serve, Jambon Mllanalte. Take six slices of olther raw ham or breakfast bacon, machine cut if possible, take also half a pint of cold boiled peas, and if to hand, half a dozen cold boiled new potatoes. Put the slices Into a bag and cook them, then take out, and add the peas and the potatoes, the latter first thinly sliced, and cook in tho bam fat until very hot. Empty on to a hot dish and pour over the peas half a pint .of very hot tomato pulp or tomato catsup, whichever is preferred. The peas and potatoes should be arranged as a border with the slices in the middle. When they can be had, half a dozen chicken livers greatly Improve this dish. (Copyright. 1911, by gturgls & Waltoa well-seasone- d Good Stock Farm. 153 acres; well improved dwelling; stock barn. wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, aid grass, l'x miles from Irrliuion, on rural route. Tills laud Is a little rolling' but does not wusn. Price right. Jno. U. llabbage, Cloverport. Ivy. Mn A u llvo town, located onopractically t Henutlfully 100 ucres mile frin all level land, uulmproveu; good 'cueing. Ideal spot for dairy farm. I'rlce reasonable. Write J no. U It ibbs,ge. Cloverport. Ivy' 19 acres located near Dukes. Hau-IIU cock county; acres under plow 73 ucres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit: ii room dwelling; barn lOxOOj 40 a.:res level, rest rolling. Hood lanu for tabacco. corn, wheat ana clover It Is u bargain at Jl.sOO, ;Su0 cash, balance easy payments s ' acres I Mn V good level mlleSouthof Itockvnle, land, 4 room dwelling tenant douso and necessary outbuildings, school housd and church In 3X yards. Price f .10 easily rvlv O Two tracts 100 acres lu one loFOR LATE SUPPERS. acres lu the other; 1U. 3A 121 from Uardlnsburg; 121100acres and3 acres cated mile miles from Harned; H inllo of Klngswood By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' college. Club, London. located Mn O 1M acres; mile easton Henderson Dried Herrings with Fine Herbs. Houte, 1 of Lodlburg; Few peopio know how very nlco 70 acres In pasture, SO In timber; dwelling; gooa barn and well smoked nnd dried fish can bo when watered; Umo-slolund. Price jl, 000, cooked In a paper bag and seasoned f fl w Acres In tho French fashion. Take four Mn XJ insburg;7-roo- two miles from Hard-- l dweliliu;2 barns dried herrings, bone them, fill the 3ttxCSund4stU0;2 tenant houses; good level grows cord, lobicco, wheat and grass, cavities with a llttlo (about half' a lund 3 750. Lvnd near this sold recently fo I'rlce teaspoonful to each fish) finely f 40 thu acre. VJft Grows nu. "3 u i5 ucres l D,,lt) 1,'lst' of Olen Oean; good, strong lime stono soil, watered by wells und .springs, on good Cuuntyroad, near good school and churches. Now tobacco barn con 51,200, 3 stock good tenant Jiouses, Hue clover and barns, grass I 3 laud, i'rlce $il,100. No No 1 4 l?S;icro? ocated 1 mile north ot McQuady l'rlce!,000. H cash balance lu yearly payments. nt. rJ0 ,,cres 4 mlles ro" Hardlns- burK' county seat: well lmprov- IriJ2,neof tlle bc,t fllrl' n the county. 1'rloa I? 7. 54(000. U. -0 Mr 1U 59 Acres near Ituras. Dwelling: baniSOtSd: log stable. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid with clay; well watered I'rlce JtiJO. "Cres woll Improved land, one Ul(u from .i,;y,ll(iy. uU ovu, good shape. Excellent neighborhood. Klna lobuccj and corn land; well watered. I'rlce Mn I 7 90 three-quarter- lU. f 1 SI. 750 R Nn lKJ Improved; ''" dwelling,birns tenant plenty Harned: water; stock and and 1 -- 2 M Acrns.ono mile from well of eood rtJvUO house. 30x43. Two-stor- y I'rlce iV live-roo- m Mn ys Furm of ,75 acres, 1H miles 140 isw. 1 O Cloverport on Star Houto;from. acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwell, lug; two good barns for tobacco and stock. This Is a bargain. Write Jno. I). Ilubbagefot further particulars. Haesvlile. Improvements ll room dwelling; 2 Tenant houses; 1 barn 50x50; store house ou the place, good stand for it store: good lund for tabacco, corn and wheat. I'rlce $1,610. H cash. no Mn AJ ,os ucres at rs.u. "?n county. Ky., Floral, miles Hancockr West ot timber ; on rural route; school houso few yards from bouse: improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two good bams; barn and tenent house and cistern back lu tho Held; moat und hen house; woodshed: will sollou easy payments; plenty otsmtll fruit. Further particulars a r" tress Jno. D. llabbage, Cloverport, Ky. smues irom Guston. Rl 3fin Uoacrs, from Irvlngton; well CI finn !''" MO acres four from brunch, 4)0,ui;u 3 well; good youngorchard; good V&,JJU Glendeane, 3 miles mllesiwest of IUes watered: lays rallroud; all fresh land; 100 ucres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produco tho best corn, wheat and tobacco ln neighborhoods plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwelling; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roami 3 tenant nouaei. 3 ?ooa stable: tobacco burns; farm purpose! i of good timber for good land to clear. I'rlco &.000 X cosh. For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; litis boon run'f about t years and is a bargain toanyono needing'u stationary engine. Has all necessary pipes, gusolino tanlc.which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable- gasoline-"pumand a natural gals attachment. Reason forsoUing n entirely too largo for my purpose For further call on or address - infor-nmtip- Jno. D. Babbage Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TODAY V LODIBURG HEWS Miss Bertha Kennedy And Roy Phitpot Married-M- r. mons Injured By A Gun. Sim- the holidays, wm at the home of Mrs W, J. Plggott, and was nn event to be GO TO THE SPECIALIST remembered with much pleasure by the many young people who were present. Mr. The meeting for this week will be at HE IS THE MAN RESPONSIBLE the Baptist church. FOR RAILROAD EFFICIENCY. IMPORTANT Mrs. Mary EPaGaaSa B. F. Board, President M. II. Beard, Vice-President Officers: Paul Compton, Cashier M. B. Kincheloo, Asst. Cashier? NEWS SUMMARY, When Greater Speed It Desired or a Question of Safety la Inyolved, It la the Expert That la De- pended Upon. Directors: Dr. A. M. Kincheloo , :& Compton D. S. Richardson 4 B. F. Beard 1 Webster and Mls Nannie Payne was visiting Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvington, last week. Mrs. M attic Watson and son, of In dlans, are guests of her father, Dan Havslnger, and other relatives here this week, Mrs Charlie Dutschke and little daughter, Laura, of Stephenburg, were gueSts of Mrs. Ida Nottingham last Kohl, several months Miss Nina Hardin is spending the past 100 years old, died near Qulncy, week with relatives and friends at III She was the oldest resident of Adams county, having lived there CT Irvington. four-stor- C. V. Robertson , lJul M. H. Beard i years It Is not vory many thousand years Fire destroyed tho ElkB' temple, a. ago that prlmltlvo man Was In a say- structure at tho cornor of ago state not Western and Second streets, Muako-- j much higher or gon, Mich 'Tho loss la estimated at. better than that 1 150.000 With his servlco revolver Police- man Edward Burko killed his wife, and himself at their homo In Newark,' N. J., In tho presenco of their two! children. Mrs. Mamie M. Holland, tho Park, City (Utah) city recorder, whoso accounts wero found short, has relttw bursed tho cltv to tho amount of her shortage but refuses to resign her. otflco. weei. Hewitt Gibson, after three weeks' visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Gibson, returned to school at Har-dinsbur- g F Saturday. Martin Claycomb was at Cloverport Saturday to sell his tobacco, for which. he received a good price. Morton Uarr returned home last Sunday from Louisville where he hxd been visiting his uncle, Morton Wheeler, for the past three weeks. Misses Mamie Adkissoh and Aima Keys were guests of Miss Luclle Parr, of Clifton Mill, Sunday. e Roy Philpot and Miss Bertha Kennedy, of Ekron, were married In Rock-poInd., last Friday, Sam Brown accompanied them from Lodlburg. Miss Kennedy is the daughter of Abe Ken rt, Georgo Hicks, a farmer,! fell from his wagon at Charlotte, N.' C and was killed. When his body was taken to his home his wlfo faint-- ' ed and died without regaining con well-to-d- o (1 nedy. Mrs. Pollie Dutschke is on the sick list, but is some better at this writing. Ernest Payne, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne, has the pneumonia fever, but is getting along1 very well. Meaddow Simmons happened to a very serious accident last week. He had bean out hunting, cams in and set his gun down against the door, muzzle down. His wife opeued the door and the gun fell into the house, the hammer struck the floor gding off, the load striking Meaddow'a foot, but he is getting along all right and will soon bo out again. sciousness Tho Russian cabinet has issued nn order prohibiting foreign balloonlsts and aviators from crossing the western frontier for six months. Any one violating this order, It is announced,' j may be shot. Establishment of food markets In all New York state and tho enactment of legislation to favor tho producer as two wayB to reduce the cost of living are alms of tho stato of New York Market league. ! The plant of tho Printing company at Detroit was 'destroyed an'd adjoining buildings were damaged by a fire which originated in the printing plant. Tho loss Is estimated at $200,000. Western Nova Scotia Is the latest section of the Atlantic coast to report a lobster famine. The season, which opened December 15, Is said by fishermen and packers to have been an almost complete failure. The 50,000 cubic yards of earth and rock which began to slldo about a month ago In the Culebra cut in tho Panama canal Is described as a small matter In official reports and less than tho quantity estimated Is likely Houghton-Jacobson- to move. C. L. Swords, clerk of tho folding room In the houso of representatives at Washington, was found dead at midnight in a squalid room of a New York lodging house, under conditions which led the police to make an In- ERVINGTQN Mrs. Belle Buere, of St. Louis, has returned to that city after spending a month here as the gueht of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Herndon. Mis Ethel Williams, of Pewee Vul ley, was tlie guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moreraen last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Drury, of Bewleyville, attended quarterly meeting held at tiie M. E. church Thursday of last week. Little Miss Elizabeth Hook is quite ill of malarial fever. Mrs. W. D. Turuer andsster, of Louisville, are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cornwall. Miss Viola Lewis is in Louisville where she is teacliing as a substitute in the schools. Owing to various, reasons thete is a deplorable shortness in the number of teachers for the city schools. Many teachers fiom out in the State are beiug employed as substitutes. Miss Katie Chitwood is at home after a visit to Mr. aud Mrs. Torn Parks, of Hardinsbur. Mrs. L B. Bennett at the beautiful country place, Summer Seat, near town. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Henderson spent Thursday shopping in Louisville. Miss Julia Lons, in the absence of Miss Viola Lewis, has assumed the presidency of the Young People's Christian Society. The devotional meetings are held every Friday evening with a social meeting once a month. The social meeting, which occurred during Moremen, Master Lewis Bennett Moremen and MUs Ethel Williams, of Pewee Valley, spent Thurs-da- y as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earle vestigation Tho duchess of Connaught. wife of the governor general of Canada, who, according to an official bulletin, has suffered a recurrence of peritonitis, was brought to Montreal from Ottawa on a special train and taken to the Royal Victoria hospital. Armed with bricks, a mob of 300 men stormed the north side of tho Hotel Astor, New York, hurling the missiles through windows and ohout-Into tho union employes Inside to Join the strike. A patrolman was knocked down and Injured. The Northern Pacific railroad will give Its abandoned" right of way and roadbed between Tacoma and Vancouver, Wash., on which $2,000,000 was expended, for use as a link in tho Pacific highway which Is planned to connect San Diego. Cal., and Vancouver, B. C. Capt J. E. Wlllard. former lieutenant governor of Virginia, and hla wlfo had a narrow escape from serious when a taxlcab In which they were riding was wrecked In collision with a large touring car in Fifty-fiftstreet. New York. Captaln'Wlllard was, badly cut and bruised. Mrs Wlllard was shaken up. g y h within 17 hours caused great suffering among tho poor in this city. Thousands of appeals for aid wero mado to the various charltablo Institutions In the city. Ship Sinks; Orew of 33 8avcd. Halifax, N. S., Jan. 10. Tho British Evelyn. 2,300 tons, sank at the entranco to Loulsburg harbor. wero saved. Her crow of thlrty-threo Cold Wave. Causes Suffering. New York. Jan. 10. A drop of 33 degrees In temperaturo In this city r The Printing Industry luiiiuuin ROCK Thompson and llarc strains. Premium at the ''Great Armory Show, Louisville, Ky., 1012" Young stock, both sexes, at rcusormblo prices. Eggs in season from show pen, also excellent well culled range stock. Write your wants. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. B. W. Carter I IRVINGTON, KY. Compared With Others. Looking with envious eyes at the five preceding industries to the printing industry, to say nothing of the five following industries, one wonders what is the mutter with the printer! You could shut your eyes in any ordlnury assemblage in New York City, sticking out our finger, and hit a millionaire made by meat, or automobiles, or lumber, or steel, or Hour. You would only have to opeu the half of one eye to find mil lionaires produced by handling cotton goods, clothing, boots and shoes and shoes. The eleventh industry on the list, that of tobacco manufacturers, sprouts millionaires at every joint of the plant which gives it name, and I notice that printers help to keep them millionaires in providing them with printing at prices many times at less than cost. There U nothing Uft but the sad conclusion that the printer, as one man representing a great and vastly important art, is Inefficient, certainly so in its I Duress metnoos. j. Horace AlcPar-lan' d. James P. Kennedy has sold his farm to Beard & Robertson and has purchased the David R. Murray property. John D. Shaw, cashier of the Farmers Bank, was in Kirk on business Wednesday. Rev. Swift preached Sunday morning at the M. E. church to a crowded house from the text, "Ye are the'llght of the world. " He is an earnest Christian manand is anxious to sec an awakening in this town. All Christians are requested to attend and take part in these meetings. Miss Hallie Brown left Monday for Every dollar you save in Askins where she will t'eadh music. 1913 will put $1.03 between Rev. Burnes and daughter, who is to take Dr. Shepherd's place as pastor of your family and want when, the M. E. church, are here and will you meet emergency. Hall Alabama! move into the parsonago next week. Alabama's only claim to fame does HARDINSBURG Little Miss Mattle Lee Whitworth not consist In Its being first In the Start a savings account came January 6th, to make her home alphabetical list of states. Alabama with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Whitworth. with us and look on it as an Is also tho first among states In the Mr. and Mrs. Millard Frank and Miss number of her children who aro Mrs. Marvia D. Beard gave a chafing insurance policy you will-finIn dally toll. She manages to Alice Frank have returned to their dish party last Monday eenlng in it will protect you when keep over 120,000 of her children un- home in Irvlngton after a pleasant visit honor of Mrs, Joel H. Pile. The fol you- most need protection. der 16 employed at gainful occupa- to relatives lowing guests were present: Mrs. Pile, tions. This Is 45 per cent of all the Mrs. Joel H. Pile left Wednesday for Dr. and Mrs. John Kincheloe, Mr. and children that Alabama possesses. Tho next state In line of percentages Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs. D. Mrs. Herbert Beard, Mrs. J. H. Gard Security and service go W. Scott. From there she will go to ner, Mrs. Gus Shellman, Mrs. Paul Is North Carolina but why rob Alahand in hand at Compton, Misses Isabel Gardner, Nan bama of Its supremacy by oven hint- Washington City to join Mr. Pile. ing that It has emulators? Roland Smith, one of the Board of nie and Delia Kincheloe, Go to It, Alabama. Wo shall look In Supervisors, was the guest of Mr. and Frances Sheeran, daughter of Mrs. on you a few years from now and see Mrs. W. B. Lennon last week. Nicholas Sheeran, died Sunday of pneuhow this rising goneratlon has turned Lee Miller, of Sunny Dale, has re- monic. She had only been sick a few out Llfo. turned to his home after a visit to his days. She was a bright and attractive little girl. The funernl was held at St. The Oil on Ralls to Stop Trains. aunt, Mrs. Nannie LeSleur. Bank, Since Charles S. Mellon's offer to Mrs, Nannie Adkisson has returned Romuald's" church on Monday and the pay $10,000 to the lucky genius who from a visit to Stephensport, Lewisport body was laid to rest in the Catholic Hardinsburg; Ky. perfects a practical train stopping cemetery. Will T. Gregory, of Garfield, will ho and the Connecticut public Miss Kanny Wblttlnghill is at her utilities commissioners have received move to (own so that his children can post of duty as stenographer for Mercer rates on farm property became numerous interesting letters, ques- enter the County High School. effsc & Mercer after an absence of two tlve for all Insurance companies tions and models, In tas Miss Eula Mjller, of Rock Vale, was Ono letter reaching tho public utili- Miss Isabelle Hendrick's visitor last weeks. state, January 1st, and no contests were ties commissioners recently announc- week. Hardinsburg came near having a se- maue upon tnem in the courts. Tk x ed tho writer had solved tho problem rious fite. Nathaniel Shelman was new rates on town property is belitq' W. Sherman Ball has returned from a by arranging to pour lubricating oil on going down the street Saturday night legauy comesiea oy tne companies, tho rails, thus letting tho wheels re- few days stay in Louisville. ( Upon frame barns the rate Is reduce! and saw that Dr. H. E. Royalty's ofvolve but not propel, John J. McIIenry spent Saturday and fice, over the Farmers Bank, was on from $1.50 per $1C0 to 1.30. On dw Sunday with his family. Mrs, McHenry fire. He called for help and the fire lings the following changes Gets $2,000 for Bravery. are madi "" ill, I was soon extinguished, Just a slight rrame, sningie roof, $1.25 to A check for $2,000 was matlod from is fl. 3 D. J. Alexander, of Valley Station, damage was done. the Union Pacific headquarters at trame, metal, $1 OOtoJ.&Ojbrlck.shl Omaha to M. E. Smith, conductor, has purchaud the John McGary farm. $1.00 to $.80; brick, metal, $.75 te J. New Rates On Farm Property. who wo months ago caused the capGlasscock, of Fisher; Guthrie beveral Insurance companies Joe ture ul William Loundsberry a,fier he Tucker, of Mook, As a result of the action of the State withdrawing from the state because and Marcus Mat- had robbed the mall car of a Union empowered hv th me rsuucuoo la rates, and others Pacific train between Kansas Olty and tlagly, of Kirk, were is town ou bust Insurance Board discontinuing a number of their lira. I last Legislature, I new fir Insurance cUs. Etown. Nsws. last week. Lawrence, Kan. An f air-brak- Individual man were supplied by tho same Individual, and society was an exceedingly simple or ganization. Today one man, or a group of men, supplies us with our shoes, another with our food, another with our books, anothor with tho tools with which wo work, and so on. Probably the ordinary traveler never gives more than a passing thought to tho operation of a railroad and what It means. Of course, if the dining-ca- r Is full, the poor servlco of that particular road comes In for comment, though tho fact that the patrons of a railroad can travel between Chicago and New York at tho rate of fifty miles an hour, and have all tho comforts that they have at home, hardly Why calls for passing comment. should It? We aro so accustomed to unusual luxuries that most of them have become necessities. The problems of railway management, operation, construction, and maintenance aro too numerous even to mention, but perhaps something as to one phase of railroading will servo to give at least a glimpse of the Intricate mechanism of the railway Industry. Railroads for tho most part buy thelrcar3, locomotives, rails, bridges, and signals. In some few instances the equipment Is built by the roads themselves in their own shops, but this Is the rare exception and not the rule. To supply tho needs of tho inllroads there has grown up an enormous Industry known as railway supply manufacturing. These railway supply manufacturers aro the specialists to whom the railroads go for a thousand and one things. When the railroads wanted to Increase the speed of their locomotives they went to tho builders, and If the designing of a faster locomotive was a comparatively slmplo thing, which It was not, even after that had been settled caino the question of safely Increasing tho speed of trains. How was this to bo done? Here again the railroads went to their specialists, the manufacturers of railways supplies, and the problem of safety running trains was solved in the Even the ordinary layman Is familiar with the name Westlnghouse. But the running trains safely Is dependof ent upon something more than the airbrake. Probably not one man In a thou sand, who travels upon a railroad, has any Idea that the efficiency of the entire braking apparatus may be Impaired by a poorly designed and constructed brake beam. What a brake beam Is, and what Its duties are, are quite unknown outBldo of the railroad field, ami yet hero Is a structure, weighing comparatively but a few pounds, that Is called upon to take and apply the powor of tho It to the rapidly revolving wheels of tho train, not occasionally, but hundreds of times upon a single trip. Without this brake beam, trains would bo Impossible. By Bruce V. Crandall In Harper's Weekly. high-speed air-brak- of tho wild animals with which ho was In dally contact, and upon tho killing of which he depend ed vory largely for his food. All tho needs of tho Statement of Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky x At The Close of Business December 3i, 19121 Resources Liabilities Notes and Bills.. $356,773 34 Capital Stock, paid in... $ 50,000 00 19,060 80 Surplus, Earned Cash in Safe .,... 25,000 00 Cash in Other Banks 43,204 70 Uudivided Profits .... 2,031 14 Dividend. No. 45 Banking House and lot charged off of 5 per cent, duiffan. 1, Semi-Annual L charged off Stocks and Bonds charged off Total... Furniture and Fixtures 1913 Deposits $419,038 84 .... Jss .: .'.. 2,500 00 70 Total ,:$4 19,038 84 Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier yw E INVITE THE CAREFUL ATTENTION of tho prudent depositpr gfthe details of this statement to an investigation of our twenty two and f years oniankinf, tho man- n which we have treated our patrons and the service wo have ghen them. Wo invite the small accounts as well as tho largo ones and have ample means to take care of the legitimate needs of both large and small. "We act as administrator, guardian, trustee and in every fiduciary capacity. Absolute security and accurate, painstaking service are tho foundation of our business. These we guarantee to our patrons. one-hal- ololcioi3cioi:511oll -- '' MMMM. THE OLD RELIABLE - iohz: lCTczzz3oiz)fcSop p . ii. - - ... ,. 4 Jl m I breckinridoe bank Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 IV U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEAR'S Cnt on Time Deposits Absolutely Safe Place to do Business t 3 Per high-spee- d Oyster Shell Building. y e high-spee- d concrete building, the A concrete being made ot oyster snens from the reefs of Galveston Bay, has been erected at Galveston, Texas. The owners of tlie building and its constructors, Nic. Bohn and G. Tietze, claim this material is bettrr and cheaper than concrete made with gravel. Shell concrete built into a wall 3 feet high and 336 feet long in 18S2 withstood the severe test of fire and water and is today as sound as when built. It is estimated that the- shells of 5,806,000 oysters are imbedded in the walls of this building. This is said to be the only building of its kind in the world Scientific American. five-stor- Pmam9mmmmml A SAVINGS ACCOUNT IS G00DV INSURANCE! on-gag- - Farmers do-vic- e -- bh