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BOY No. 29 BR1GHTJJTTLE WASHOUT At Griffith-Save- ral WRECK $13,000 TEMPLE NEW LAW ABORN '8 LATEST DEMOCRATS Pin at the Home in This City-Gur- of His Parents Neubauer Victim of Spotted Fever. rie A great disappointment to the home Mr. and Mrs. John Neubauer was death of their little son. Currie ibftuer. which occurred Thursday. was 111 only a short time of spotted r. he funeral was held from the resi- icebv the Rev. Mr. Walker Friday enfaoon and the burial took place in Clovemort cemetery. II- the little bov had Hed just a month longer he would have been six ears old the sixteenth of February. He was named for the Rev. Mr. Currie, former pastor of the Methodist church. n His bright, sweet face and be forgotten by his will never mothers, Chris and Jasper Neubauer, ind all those who ever saw or knew dispo-dtlo- dim. Nice Trip North. O. H. Claycomb, of As the result of a washout, occasioned by the overflow from the Ohio river, the. Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis west bound passenger train, No. 143, which passed Owensboro at 0:15, was wrecked a quarter of a mile east of Griffith station, which is eight miles from Owensboro, shortly before 10 o'clock last night. The tender and the baggage car were derailed, The train, which was in charge of Engineer Lawson and Conductor Root, was running very slowly when it struck the washout. Had it not been for the caution shown by the engineer and conductor, it is certain that the toll of life would have been very heavy. Immediately after It was learned that the train had been wrecked, the wires were kept hot. The wrecker was immediately ordered from the shops at Clover-porWednesday's Owensboro Messenger. Days Before To Be Erected By Elizabethtown About Primary Should be Stud- Spectacular Opera At The MaGOOD MEETING Track's Were in Shape Again. Masons Handsome Three ied Careftilly--Make- s Many sonic This Week-T- he Chimes No One Injured. Story Edifice to Be Built This Changes in the Old Manner Of Normandy, Handsomely Credentials of The County Meet-iu- g Coming Spring. of Nomination. of The Democratic ComCostumed And Beautiful MuThe Morrison Lodge of Masons of Elizabethtown has decided to erect in this city a handsome three story pressed brick building for lodge rooms and other purposes. The building will be constructed thld spring and will be ready for occupancy by fall. It will be erected on the present site of the old Masonic building which will be torn down. In two days 7,100 in bonds have been subscribed and there Is expected to te no difficulty in securing the other seven or eight thousand. The bonds are for $100 each bearing four per cent, ami for twenty years subject to call. As the purpose for which they are issued Is benevolent and charitable they are not taxable. While the plana of the new building have not been decided upon the handsome new Masonic Temple will contain Blue Lodge rooms, Chapter and rooms, a banquet hall, kitchen, reception room, library and gymnasium. It will be one of the most elegant and complete edifices of the kind in Kentucky. None of the Masons so far have refused to subscribe for a bond and some have taken more than one. Elizabethtown News. Com-mandery t. Webster, writes Death of Mrs. Christian. ;hat his friend, Wathen B. Henderson, Is having another who lives in Canada, Clinton, la., Jan. 13. Mrs. Sarah tne business trip North, visiting Van- - Evlline Christian departed this life on souver, Seattle and other points of Thursday morning December 10, 1012, at 8 o'clock, aged 84 years, 7 months and 14 days. She was born in county, near Cloverport, Ky., Mr. Lewis Buys Home. and was the daughter of Sarah and Mr. Henry Lewis has bought the Obidiah Newman and granddaughter residence of Mrs. Laura Boone Hayes of Col. Edmund Newman, who was a jn River street in St. Rose Court. Mr. Colonel in the Revolutionary war and and Mrs. Lewis and their interesting served under George Washington. She arhlly of nine children have already married Dr. John F. Christian, who moved into their new home. Mr. Lewis was also an ordained minister, the ilso bought all the furnishings Includ-n- g fourth day of September, 1351. There the piano. was born to them five children, two sons dying in Infancy, the daughter, Methodist Church Notes. Sarah Francis, dying when she was 21 Misses Eva and El'zabeth May are years cf age, and two sons who are Rking up a fund to buy an individual left, Rev. S. O. Christian, of Nebraska, and M. L. Christian, of Clinton, la. eommunion service for the church. Her husband died at Covington, Ky., f'Trfe Epworth League had a splendid in I87O. She gave her heart to Jesus business meeting at the home of Mrs. when she was twelve years old and ihn A. Ross Thursday evening. The gave her life to his services, uniting ission study class met afterwards and with the Baptist church at that time eliclous refreshments were served. and being a faithful member of the church to the present time, making it a part of her daily duties to read some i'town Society Girl part of God's word every day and to Elopes to Louisville. her death had no terror, but a glorious Kennedy, of Louisville, and meeting with her Saviour and a glad E. H. Miss Lelia Gabbert, a society girl of reunion with loved ones and friends Eljzabethtown, surprised their rela gone before. tives and friends yesterday evening by Meing quietly married at 6 o'clock at Samuel D. Bates Dead. roe residence of the Rev. C. L. Shep- Mr Samuel D. Bates died at his etd, 841 South First street. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Mr. home, near Mattingly, January 17th, Sheperd in the presence of Mrs. Shep- - aged 80 years. He leaves one son and rd and Dr. H. J. Boone. The couple two daughters and several grandchilwill reside in Louisville, The bride is dren. He was a member of the Plsgah & daughter of M. H. Gabbert, a promi Baptist church. He was a kind neighnent insurance man of Elizabethtown, bor and ever willing to help any one in and is well known in Louisville, having distress. Truly it can be said a good been ''the guest here of Miss Sallie man has gone to his reward. Mays. The bridegroom is the son of Open the gates, ye Angel band, John M. Kennedy, of Hodgenville. Spread wide the pearly portals; l. Thursday's A weary chila comes home to rest, A ransomed soul to join the blest, Join Five Year Pool. And enter life immortal. Henderson, Ky., Jan. 16. In a big meeting, the growers of the New Addition To The mning leaf district, decided to join Seelbach Hotel. r pool, to cut out the crop ixwyear ana 10 reiuse seven cents, Announcement has been made that red by the American Tobacco Co. building will be added to this year's poo). They will try to a other associations of tobacco men The Seejbach Hotel in Louisville. Western Kentucky to join in the This hotel is one of the handsomest hotels in the United States. rfat on the tobacco trust. Magisterial district meetings will be on Friday afternoon to determine What's The Matter ther or not they will pool for five With The Boys? rs with a view to cutting out one or two years entirely. The prize of $1.00 this week for the itt Secure License To Hunt. best advertisement of rav business goes to Miss Lena Mattingly, with Miss ' Frankfort, Ky Jan. 17, 1013. Mr. "Rosa Sippel, winner of the first two J. C. Ahl, Hardinsburg, Ky., Dear Sir: prizes, a close second. What Is the matter with the boys in wish you would have your county pa publish the fact that all licenses our school, allowing the girls to beat ir iued last year expired on Dec. 31,1912 you at something you should have litif hunters desire to hunt off of tle trouble in leading them? The same lr own land, or that adjoining theirs prize is offered again for the week end1st, and the ljr permission of the owner, they must ing Saturday, February paid to some prize will certainly be :ure license tor 1913; such license girl If you boys don't set a move on is from'date of issue to Dec. 31, I9I3. Very respectfully, teems to be an impression that yourselves. ire Marlon Weatherholt, license can be issued for this year Cloverport, Ky. Jan. 18, 1013, re May 1, but such is not the case. eounty clerk Is supplied with 1four Father Brey Sells House. itnees for this year and will Issue them at any lime upon application. J. I. The residence formerly occupied by jard, Game and Fish Com. Mr. Henry Lewis has been sold by Father Brey to Mr. Nace Lewis. Father Cough Arrives. Brey bought the property from Mr. pooping cough. is making Its annual Robert E. Woods, of Louisville, with to Cloverport. The children of the intention of making a school of it. . E. Hambleton and Mr. Mace Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Mattingly have moved into the residence. Llios are ill of it. in-cr- est. The new primary election law passed by the last Legislature made many changes in the old manner of nominating candidates for office. Candidates for county and city offices should study the law carefully In order to acquaint themselves with Its provisions, because certain things must be done before a candidate's name can legally go on the ballot at the August primary election. Devices Eliminated. Hereafter all devices will be eliminated. Only the names of the candidates will appear on the ballot, and if there are voters who are unable to read they will have a hard time finding their choice on the ballot. With the use of devices voters who could "not read found little trouble in locating their favorites, but this has been changed by the new election law and instead of a ballot resembling a circus poster, it will contain nothing but printed matter with the names of candidates in the proper order. sic. The Special Aborn Opern Company, a now organization founded by the famous English opera Impresarios, olTer a highly spectacular production of Plan: quette's beautiful masterpiece, "The Chimes of Normandy" (Les Cloches de Corneville) which has been mounted at a prodigious outlay of money, time and workmanship, and will be presented nt Tho Shubert Masonic Theatre Jan. 20, 21 and 22, with only matinee Wednesday, Jan. 22. It was the Intention of the Aborns to surpass even their imposing production of Balfe's, "The Bohemian Girl," and It is said they have succoedod. Miss Edith Bradford, late prima donna of the Chocolate Soldier Company, will be heard In the role of Serpolette. The production will elaborate upon the opening scene of tho fishing e on the coast of Normandy, with a perspective of sea, the episode Of the provincial Fair, the stirring scene of the revelation of Gaspar d's perfidy, and the final picture, the apple orchard in the full bloom of earlv summer. The concluding harmonies of th. large and handsomely costumed chorus, will be sung as the showering apple blossoms carpet the stage. vil-lag- mittee at Hardinsburg y-Lee Walls Elected Business. JUDGE MOORMAN Mondaer f A CHAIRMAN Minutes of a meeting of the Breckinridge County Democratic Executive Committee held in the courthouse in Hardinsburg on January 2, I9I3, are as follows: Meeting called to order promptly at 2 o'clock by County Chairman Henry DeHaven Moorman, who stated the of the meeting as published la. both county papers, and authorized by ob-je- ct ever-activ- e Very Important. thing candidates should not overlook is preparing the nominating petitions and having the required number of legal voters' signatures. A failure in this will keep their names off the ballot. Candidates for county and city offices must file nominating petitions bearing the signatures of not less than 3 per cent, aud of more than 10 per cent. of the legal voters of the total party at the last election for President. Percentage of Signers. It will be just as fatal to a candidate to secure more than 10 per cent, than less than 3 per cent. This limit of signatures wa3 probably incorporated in the law to prevent candidates from getting out early and securing a majority, of signatures, which would prevent other candidates from getting up a nominating petition. When to File Petitions. Cundldates must bear in mind that nominating papers and petitions must be filed with the county clerk thirty days before the election aud nominating petitions for signatures must not De circulated earlier than sixty days before the date which is ninety days before the election. The election will be held on Saturday, August 3, 1013. According to the provisions of the law petitions must not be circulated for signatures before next May and June. If they arc candidates will be barred from entering the primary. One Breck-enrid- ge Holy Name Society Elects Officers Sunday. The Holy Name Society met at St. Rose Catholic church Sunday afternoon and elected officers for the ensueing year as follows: President, James Lewis; Secretary, Jim Burk; Treasurer, Joe Carter. Councilmen were Frank Carttr.Hrj. Lewis and J. T. O'Con-nel- l. The society has sixty-fivmembers. Its motive is to suppress profanity among the men. e TRAWVICE Will Be In Commission --All Tomorrow- Trains le Will Go Through From Louisville To Evansville-Peop- Glad Stationery For Every Home. Every home should have its own stationery with the name Of the place printed in Engravers Text or Paragon Italic in the center or corner of the paper. Correspondence cards are very pop lar and convenient. Attractive ones have been made at the Brecken-ridg- e News office for The Castle,' Welcome Hall and other places n, The L., H. & St. L. R R Company will resume its traffic and all trains will be running on schedule time. One train daily each way from Louisville to Owensboro has been the passenger service during the last few days with one or two freight truins. The people along the Henderson Route have been lost without the trains. Tney shall certainly be glad when the flood debris is cleared away and the road is in shape again. Thoroughly Satisfied. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find check for one dollar for ad in your paper few I have hired my man weeks ago. through the ad. I am well satisfied and he seems to be thoroughly satisfied and I want to satisfy you. Accept my thanks. Yours truly, H. F. Shelman, Holt, Ky. Successful Operation. , Words Worth While. In renewing her subscription to The Breckenridge News,, Mrs. Glen Harda way, of Irvington, writes: "We all rejoiced over the editorial about the tobacco. I think Mr. Babbage should as well have the honor of turning on the light as any one for the people must have the light. There is an awful craze, especially in our dear old Breckenridge county,, for growing tobacco. So let the enlightenment come through the columns of your paper. I know you have the smiles of the one who hates to see his children raise something that is a curse to our Christian nation." Mrs. J. H. Payne, of Toblnsport, Ind., who underwent a surgical operation at her home Dec. 22, 1912, by Dr. F. L. Lightfoot for the removal of a fybroid tumo , has completely recovered from the operation, and is now conCard of Thanks. valescent from an attack of acute inWe want to thank those who were so digestion followed by a critical Illness good to us during the illness and death of two weeks caused by grip. of our precious little son, Currie. Mr. and Mrs. John Neubauer. Courier-Journa- Private Mattingly Gets Ottls Stiff was in Brandenburg Promotion in U. S. Army. Saturday on business. last iTfirfe-yea- ten-stor- y . 1- pwping Robert Mattingly, of the United States recruiting party stationed at Louisville, has been made a corporal, notice having been sent to him yesterday at the Cloverport substation that he had been promoted from the ranks. He will succeed Corporal Lockwood, who purchased his discharge a few weeks ago. Corporal Mattingly was authorized to close the Cloverport station and open, one at Lebanon. Private George J. Bennlnger was sent there with him. Private Ernest G. Bank was Dry and Coldest Ever. sent to Beaver Dam and Private Jas. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find W. Rose to Glasgow. one dollar to continue my subscription to the News for another year. We Making Parcel Post Pay. can't do without the News. It is just In looking through our exchanges we like a letter from home. This has been notice that enterprising merchants in a dry winter, and the coldest ever known In the State. Hope it will never several towns are advertising their fahappen again, for I like California fine. cilities for making prompt delivery of goods to country patrons by Parcel Good luck to the News. Post. One of The Sun's Versailles adBLOOM PARR, vertisers Is doing the same thing InBox 663, Visalla, Cal. viting his customers in the country who want an article in a hurry to 'phone in their order and be will get the goods off by the first rural malt that passes their home. We believe this sort of enterprise will pay. It seems to us that the live fellows who advertise their wares can turn the Parcel Post to their advanThe Breckonricjgo Nowa wunts tage. In Europe the farmer derives profit correspondent at Irvingtou. from the Parcel Post. He advertises For particulars write. country produce in his local newspaper, t'o be delivered by post, and D. adds dollars to his Income. Woodford CLOVERPORT, lyY. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avitt spent a few days last week with their sister, 1913. Mrs. Dannie Peters, of Concordia. the party authorities. Credentials wore called for and th following named persons produced credentials duly signed by the chairmen and secretaries of the precinct meet ings on January 18, who were recognized as Committeemen entitled to vote for Chairman, as follows: Hardinsburg No. 1., Tice Hondrick: H&rdinsburg No. 2., Marshal Norton; Hardinsburg No. 3., Dickie Miller;, Hardinsburg No. 4., Tice Hendrick; CloverportNo. 1., F.L. LIcrhtfoot.M.n: Cloverport No. 3., C. E. Lightfoot: Stephensport, J. h. Miller; Union Star, Dr. W. L. Milner; Webster, R. D. St. Clair; Irvington, Ernest Henderson; Bewleyvllle, Carl M. Comnton: Custer, Raymond W. Meador; Hudson, S. J. Hall, M. D.; Gien Dean, E. L. Robertson. Thereupon, the Chairman announced a quorum present aud declared the next thing in order was the election of a Secretary for the Committee for the next term. Whereupon, Lee Walls was nominated, and there being no other nominations, whs unanimously elected. Judge Moorman then said that the next thing in ordor was the election of a County Chairman, whereupon he va cated the chair, after Judge N. McC. Mercer being named as Temnorarv Chairman of the meeting, and Judge Mercer declared nominations for County Chairman in order. Whereupon, Dr S. J Hall placed in nomination Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, which nom ination was duly seconded by C. E. Lightfoot, other nominations being called for, and there being none, "byvote, Judge Moorman was declared, unanimously elected. Then R. D. StClair offered a resolu- -. tion thanking Judge Moorman, on behalf of the Committee, and County, for his untiring and able services as County Chairman, which resolutions was unan imously adopted. Judge Moorman thanked the Committee and said a motion to adjourn was In order, whereupon the motion duly seconded, the meeting was declared adjourned. In testimony whereof, witness our hands as Retiring Chairman, Temporary Chairman and Succeeding Chairman and Secretary, this January 20, - uil I 01 J WANTED at Irvington JNO. 11 BABBAGE, Sun. i Secretary County Committee. ness. Henry DeHaven Moorman, A. J. Dye, Clifton Mill, was through Chairman Uouuty Committee Elected January 20, 1913. here last Saturday. Mrs. Sylvia Lanman, Lodiburg, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Geo. W. Parker Dies. Norton, Saturday and Sunday, St. Louis, Jan. 10. George W. Several from here attended the music party at W.B. Argabright's, Lodiburg, Parker, millionaire railroad builder, and at one time newspaper publisher of last week, Mrs. Ed Watson aud son, of Indian- Kentucky, died suddenly here today. apolis, Ind., have boen visiting rela- Mr. Parker had been in falling health for some time, although his death was tives near here for some time. unexpected, He was a graduate of the Harlon Cashman has been with his University of Louisville. He formerly r, J. H. Avltt, Lodiburg, published newspapers In Elizabethtown for several weeks. and Glasgow, Ky. Mr. Parker also studied law at Brandenburg, Ky. Pronounced Check. Woggloy had boon found guilty, and sentenced to pay a flno of $50. Ordination Service Called Off. "Oh, well," he nald, "of course I'll have to pay, because I am In a great hurry to get on, but I havon't $50 la On last Friday, Bro. Cottrell notimy pocket. Will you take my check? fied those who had been invited to "Sure," said the Justice. come and assist in the ordination of Woggley drew his check, and at three deacons, that on, account of the once proceeded to crank up his ma- high water, the uncertainty and dangchine. "Hyar, mister," erled tho Justice, er of travel by rail, the services had "thoy hain't no need o' your doln' that, been postponed Indefinitely. At some I'd ought to have tpld ye we'll hev to near future date the services will be hold that there car ez s'curity till the arranged for again, perhaps la Februcheck goes through," Harper's Week ary. Due notice will be given when a ly. suitable time arrives. vis-ite- d grand-fathe- Henry Cashman and family and Rhodn Knott went to Stephensport Inst Sunday to see the high water. Hark Allen, Brandenburg, was in this neighborhood last week on busi- Henry DeH. Moorman, Retiring Chairman. N. McC. Mercer, Temporary Chairman. Lee Walls, .si CITED FOU CONTEMPT Q. moyor counsel for the Committee the most powerful group of financiers In New York Mr Baker, desplto his seventy-odd FARMER'S WIFE ALMOST ft WRECK Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Her Own Story. Westwood, Md. GIVEN HIGH POSITION y m WJ &K NEW YORK BROK; ER, REFUSES TO GIVE PUJO BODY INFORMATION. HENRY, a I CASE IS REPORTED TO CLARK Case Threatens to Involve Ultimate Question of Committee's Authority to Inquire Into Affairs of National Banks G. F. Baker on Stand. ' Washington. Jan. 10. DecaiiBO ho refused to glvo to tho houso money trust committee the nntnes of 24 national bank oulcers who profited in a syndicate formed to market stock of tho Caloflrnla Petroleum company, George 0. Henry of Solomon & Co., Now York bankers, was certified to tho speaker of the house for contempt The full banking and currency committee voted unanimously for that action Mr. Henry testified that in tho formed to market tho stock of tho California company were 15 officers of seven national banks, four of them In Now York, two in Chicago nnd ono In Detroit, and that 24 offers of tho banks In Now York, Chicago Detroit and Milwaukee wero accorded When you want a tellable medicine to the Eiartlcipatlon in tho syndicate without for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's which, (putting up any money or taking over Cough Remedy. It can always b: depended upon and is pleasant and safe nny stock, took profits of about to take. For sale by ell dealers. Ho maintained that his confidential relations with his customers would not allow him to furnish the names of tho Light Like That of Day. participants, and presented a statePatents have Just been taken out John ment framed by former Senator Germany for using marble instead C. Specnor as counsel Justifying his In of glass In lamps, which has tho effect refusal to answer. of making tho illumination scarcely Speaker to Review the Case. Indaylight. Speaker Clark will review the case distinguishable from certify numerable experiments have- been to determine whether ho will made with tinted and patterned types tho record to the district attorney of of glass with tho Idea of producing for criminal tho District of Columbia this effect, but all have been failures. prosecution. recourso a sheet of white The caso threatens to involve tho As a last planed down until It was money trust marble was ultimato question of tho and then different committee's authority to inquire into banks, which Intensities of light were shown from the affairs of national probably would bo taken to the Su- behind. Tho result was oxactly what preme court. Opnlons on the subject so many hundreds of experiments among tho government's legal experts had failed to produce. Developing this discovery tho patIn the department of Justice differ. Is fought out to a entees have fitted lights to tho corIf tho Henry case room with such success that conclusion tho committee's Inquiry in nice of a to which it Is related it is difficult to prove that It is artitho questions ficially lighted. may bo blocked pending a decision. George F. Baker on Stand. As ono of the star witnesses In the For croup or pore throMt, use Dr. Investigation of tho money trust, Tiiuums,' Electric Oil. Two sizes, 2ac George F. Baker of tho First National Hti ' 50 j. At nil drug stores. bank was on the stand. Mj. Baker, Morgan and James Stlllman J. P. comprise, according to Samuel Unter- syn-dicat- o m as he prepared to suomu mmst-what promised to be a long ordeal In the witness chair He is roousi ana ruddy Tho witness testified that In 1874 -- ............. .1.. uuliui "l tt. 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Pink- same compartments with men, and ham's Vegetable Compound to rcstoro although the railroad officials knew their he 1th. well thnt nothing short of a staff of If you liavo tho slightest doubte police could compel women to travel tlmt Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vcgota-hl- anywhere else, thoy acceeded to the Compound will help yoii,writo "ladles to Lydia E.PinkliamMedicinoCo. demand and attached tho number only" label to tho requisite (confidential) Lynn, SFass., for adBut now comes vice. Your letter will bo opened, of compartments. rend nnd answered by a woman, a new complication, and this time the complaint Is from tho men. Traffic and bold in strict confidence. has Increased enormously, the trains aro crowded, and tho straphanger has BANKERS SHOULD ADVERTISE become nn Institution. But why, o,sk tho men, should we hang to straps, Newspaper the Shortest and Most D- why should we be packed like herrings In a barrel, while the compartirect Route to All Classes ments reserved for women are pracof People. tically empty? For that Is the fact. Newspaper advertising Is pretty The women will not travel In the generally known to be tho best ad- compartments reserved for them. vertising, but it Is worth while to havo They would rather form a part of tho the fact emphasized by a man who( perspiring multitude in the general not only has found out by experience, compartment than uso the accommodation that has been especially rebut actn upon his knowledge. In Moody's Magazine Mr. R. L. Gur-1- served for them. Now If a man veney, manager of tho savings depart- tures to invade a "ladles only" comment of a prominent financial insti- partment he Is speedily reminded of tution, tells why newspaper space Is his transgression by the stern hand But the woman may most useful to bankers and others. Ho of authority. invade the smoker, and does invade says: "The newspaper Is now a control- it, and has even been known to deling, likewise a compelling, factor In mand the extinction of all pipes and the life of every man and woman, and cigars. An experienced conductor, whose wo ought really to Include every boy and girl, for children nowadays are nam.e is wisely concealed, says that siTho shortest women like to avoid "the frigid omnivorous readers. lence of a 'ladles only! compartment, nnd most direct routo to tho attention of all classes is the newspaper col- where the window Is adjusted accord- r umn, for It is dally scanned by busi- ing to the scowls of the occupants.'-fothe pleasanter company to be ness men, professional men, mechan found among men "Women enjoy ics, artisans all alike. Men, women, too, want their favorite paper the very playing the part of a listener to the minute it comes off the press, for conversation In a men's or mixed comthey crave tho news served up red partment, and their vanity is gratified by the little courtesies that are paid hot." to them." All buyers of space constantly nro urged to Invest In mediums other Want Two Engineers on Trains. than tho dally press. Theso Mr. as "advertising characterizes One of tho Important measures to Jemons." Dally perusal of tho news- bo Introduced In tho next Connecticut papers has come to bo an essential legislature is a measure to provide part of tho day's activities to virtually that there shall be two engineers for all who are able to read. A person so in- every fast express train In this state. different to the progress of the world's The bill has tho backing of tho labor events as not to read tho newspapers unions and has for its chief argument Is not likely to be a deslrablo that it would be conduclvo to public safety and would save the railroad company much money in life and Here n remedy .hat will cure your property damages. Tho expense, It is argued, can bo looked at only In tho cold. Why waste time and money x light of a low price for a great public perimepting when Oucnnget a prep- benefit. repuaration that has won a world-wid- e Where there aro two engineers, one tation by its cures of this disease ana man could not interpret signals alone, can alwajs be depended upoD? It is could not drive recklessly and could known everywhere as Chambeilain's not go to sleep, it was pointed out. Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of merit. For sale by nil dealers. Some' Wreck Story. Advertisement. A railway collision at KIdderporo, India, was dlscrlbed by a native ON STEAMER KILLED pic18 in tho following turesque terms: "I havo the honor Boilers of the James T, Staples Ex- to report that yesterday morning the plode on Tomblgbee River I up ran into V down. The two trains In Alabama. were Inextricably commingled. Carriages to tho right of them, carriages Mobile, Ala., Jan. 11. Eighteen men to the left of them, carriages everymen are dead and ten are suffering where and nowhere. Thank God, no from Injuries as tho result of an explo- lives lost, except guard of I up's left sion of tho boilers of the steamer eye." James T Staples on the Tomblgbee river, 149 miles north of here. Made Her Somewhat Ancient. Investigation by authorities has led When Rev. Anna Shaw's llttlo grand-niecthem to believe that dynamite was eight years of age, confessed to placed in the coal bunkors of the ves- her mother that she could not bo a sufsel with criminal intent. There were fragist because tho ' other children 44 members of the crow, including one made fun of her, hor sister, aged six woman, who were aboard tho boat years, flercoly exclaimed. "I wouldn't when the explosion occurred. be a coward; they'vo been making Capt. Norman A. Staples, the prin fun of Aunt Anna tor hundreds of clpal owner of tho boat, which cost years." $50,000, committed suicide a weok ago. Tampa, Fla., Jan. 11. Captain Lar-kiA Texas Wonder and a crew of seven men lost their lives when the schooner Fortune The Texas Wonder cures kidney and foundered off Capo ilattcras, according to a telegram received hero by bladder troubles, removing gravel, tho Hart Lumbor company from the cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Now York ofllco of this company. Tho rheumatism, and all irregularities of Future, lumbor ladon, left hero De- the kidneys and bladder in both men cember 2G. and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your Midnight Howls. druggist will be sent by mall on re"Is insomnia a contagious dlaeasoT" ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two asked tho boob. "No," replied the wlso guy. "Why months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. V. Hall, 2g120 do you ask?" my neighbor's dog can't Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for "Whon sleep at night, I can't, either," replied Kentucky testimonials, Sold by drugthe boob. gists, Advertisement. n jfjj; kU ft mi fcthm m lLLLL mLw .ll right side. The pain IM vWPKOl aiHSOV & 50N, Cloverport, Ky. H. P LYONS. McQuidy. Ky. IRTUGTON rHiRMlCT, llll'flon, ft. R. T. DQnPSTGK, Glen tiean, Ky. :MBJ.tnB.rciTi MKV.inau'.nrcn It's Your DUTY to Save! I It's EVERY man's duty to himself and those dependent upon him to have some money in the bank 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 howilUCH instead of how LITTLE, you can save each pay day. Make yourself a New Year's present by starting an account TODAY. Your tftoney will earn a liberal interest. FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :: 1 Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder We're told, but a, good portrait of the absent one will keep the more vivid and comfort many a lonely hour of separation. We make. a specialty of portraiture and my studio is exceptionally reco-lection i equipped for fine portrait work. Brabandt, Photographer Gur-no- y The Daily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. 1 News When it is New: Besides giving tne public tne most rename market reports as well as general news, The Herald's special features makes it among Louisville newspapers Special attention is called to .Herbert Ouick's masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled-- pre-emine- jl I nt e, ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH Back numbers of theso articles free on request to nil who subrcribo now n The Daily Louisville Herald AND Both by Mail for 1 yar for The Breckenridge News $3.00 Subscribe Now SEND YOUli SDBSCMPTION TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW! Cloverporl, Ky. JSV J. IE RALSWI IxicAn DOT MUST BE CAREFUL MAN FLAGMAN'S DUTIES IMPORTANT PART OF TRAIN SERVICE. REBELS ANNIHILATE THREE DETACHMENTS OF GOVERNMENT TROOPS. (N Market near Fourth Louisville. Ky. J.Bffi2iasoff INCORPORATED Fourth Near Market Louisville, Ky. Supposed to Protect His Train Against IS SACKED AND RAZED Rear-En- d Collisions Is Often to Blame for Serious Wrecks. 3L I r Clnrtin la PlllanoH anrf Rehutlt Tho duties of flagmen have not been Railroad Bridges Between Pueblo standardized; that Is to say, rules and Oaxaca Are Burned Machln. governing thorn lata' Strike la Still On. are ;iot tho same on nil roads. A Mexico City, Jan. 11. After destroy-ta- g flagman Is supthe little garrison of federals and posed to bo a rawing the town of Ayotclngo, tweuty-ircareful man, tho miles from Mexico City, a body brakeman, best of rebels withstood tho attacks of Indeed, on the two detachments of federal I have train. anniand practically known cases, hilated tho government forces. This where green Information was brought hero by hands wero given arriving from that district, tho Job. TheoretMm, although at first practically ically, and actualofflclally, It was later officially ly on somo lines, oflflrmed. Threo other groups of a flagman 1b only sent to tho sceno of tho required to proJch'tlng has not reported. train his tect Tlffi! Anrlrln nf ihn intxtn wna firlmlf. against rear-entedfcarly by tho government ofllclals, flagwl& attempted to minimize the Inci- collisions. On the other roads men are also brakemen. When a train dent by asserting that tho rebels num stops, If the stop Is not of the sched bred only 180. Those who brought tho u'o of that particular train, the stbry to tho capital estlmato that tho Is required to go back 'a suffrebels wero between BOO and 1,000 icient distance' and, with a lantern by strong. night and a flag by day, together with Three Detachments Whipped. any 'other Tho attack on Ayotclngo began In torpedoeB or fuses, signal way, and train that Is going the snmo the morning. Oft tho garrison of on tho same way. eighteen only two escaped, pno of "Tho words 'a sufficient distance,' A force of twenty them wounded. permit the flagman to uso his own federals dispatched from Tenango to reinforce tho garrison was wiped out judgment, and the phrase Is found after n stiff fight. One hundred feder- in tho rules of a great many railals hurriedly dispatched from XIco roads, big ones as well as little on,os. There are roads, however, which di' met tho samo fate. Bridges on tho Mexican Southern rect that a flagman shall go back to telerailway between Pueblo and Oaxaca the fifteenth or twenty-fourtgraph polo from the last car of his have been burned Just after being retrain. Whether he goes 'a sufficient built. Tho strike of the machinists con- distance,' In his opinion, or for a specitinues, there being a deadlock be- fied distance, measured by poles, ho Is tween tho strikers' committee and the to step any train that Jeopardizes his ;rallway management. Through pas- own. When his train Is ready to senger trains are running irregularly move, tho engineer signals him In with a whistle and then he sprints and freight trains scarcely at all. If over tho tics as fast as he can, leavsupposed, one .WIRELESS men go prison ing, it istho rails behind. or two torpedoes on engineer and tho "Tho flagman, rThree, Guilty of $1,000,000 Fraud, Are conductor are in thehurry. Time is so a In New York Promoter ,' 'Sentenced precious with them that every fraction Given Five Years. of a minute counts. The farther the flagman walks away from his train, .New York, Jan. 11. Tho three men tho farther he will have to run when guilty of He Is a human being found telephone a million dollar and telegraph stock ho returns. of us. Maybe tho sun is like the rest swindle were sentenced to tho Federal pretty hot. Perhaps It Is a cold or penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga. Cameron rainy night. And 'a sufficient dis Spear, the promoter, must servo five years and pay a $200 fine; A. Fred- tance' gives him latitude In a matter Many a flagman has erick Collins tho Inventor, must serve of life and death! wrecked a train. three years and pay a fine of $2,000, "Tho flagman of tho Overland ExanaCharlcs L. Vaughan must servo press, on the Chicago, Burlington & two years. priThe defendants were convicted of Qulncy railroad was to blame, In selling marily, for the accident at Western using the malls to defraud Springs, 111., on the 11th of last July.' stock of the Collins Wireless company and tho Continental The train was stopped by signal early f Wireless Telephone and Telegraph during the morning In a fog. It was being followed by the fast mall. The company. trains, so our investigation showed, apart. The AYRES were about nine minutes . DEMOCRATS PICK MRS. flagman, at the official hearing of tho t i case, said that he went back as far l Wife of New York Congressman Is as ho could and that he ran part of Chosen President of Woman's the way. He put iloAvn two torpedoes, National League. 1,200 feet from tho rear end of his own train. On his wny back the fast Washington, Jan. 11. The first an- mail passed him 'at fifty miles an nual convention of the Woman's Na hour, and a moment later ran Into tho tlonal Democratic league at tho Now Overland Express, which had not beWlllnrd developed into tho liveliest gun to move, killing 11 pasengers and kind of a meeting. two employes and Injuring 2G pessen-gerMrs. Steven B. Ayres, wlfo of Repreand two employes. sentative Ayres of Now York, was "The trains, remember, had been elected president by a vote of 38 to 28 about nine minutes apart. In a test, over Mrs. John Sherwln Crosby. accident, It was found that The appearance of Mrs. Mathew T. after the at a brisk walk, could have president of the Daughters of a flagman, 2,227 Scott, gone back feet in six minutes. the American Revolution, turned the learned, also, that the flagmau and saved tho day for Mrs. Ayres. It was tide of tho Overland Express put two torpedoes on tho rail, which was Blmply AMUNDSEN IN NEW YORK CITY a cautionary signal, whereas he should have used but one torpedo, which L Friends Welcome Explorer Who Dis would have been a signal for tho fast covered the South Pole Last mall train to stop Year. ,. e ts Now in Actual Progress O up how-ove- r, pns-linge- January Clearance Sale! in the way. That ASisusual athis sale is beinp; conducted in whichcharacteristic Bacon represented it is strictly bonifide clearance all departments are de-Ma- d d fig-ma- n ATTEND--I- T Winter goods of WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND! (M 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 1 h CLEARANCE TIME FOR US MEANS BARGAIN TIME FOR YOU 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 J attend, why it will pay you to attend. 0 to Railroad Fares Refunded - J We want to place all of our friends on the same plane as our city 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- wn Hgawagggf jiiajDnsunuemuauj mia&i nt Tele-phon- o WORKINGS How OF THE CAM0RRA ao, cat. Concreto abutments and piers had been built under an old wooden trestle-typ- o ' s fewi. discoverer of tho south polo. fa New York, Jan. 11. -- Ronald Amund ' i came to Now York for an extended visit to this country. He arrived on hn Mnur St At Paul f quarantine Amundsen was wol- s tomed by a commltteo of Scandina Next Wednesday a ' reception In his honor will bo held ,at the College of the City of Now uYork. I,F00D PRICE KEEPS SOARING ' Potatoes and Sugar Alone Cheaper Last Yea'r, Inquiry by Laabor Department Shows. In Washington, Jan. 11. Soaring prices of foodstuffs are pictured In a now set of figures compiled by tho United States department of labor from its Oilman. Investigation of the cost of Hlvng In thirty-ninAmerican cities. Unhealed War Wound. Between August, 1911, and August, wero only two things decreased in Vetorans and 1912, Meanfighting all the old battles over again price potatoes and sugar. on the street cur, says the Kansas while everything elso advanced. City Journal. Thrilling escapes and adventures had been OF LAND DINE I FIRST LADIES related by tho dozen when tho turn to a llttlo old man with a long l Mr. Taft, Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. camo beard. i) Stroking his adornment carefully, Time tveru pas uccurrea. tho old man said; "Well, boys, the war cost mo Just Washington. D. C. Jan. 11. Three lariloii nf tlio land" dined at the $900 In cold cash. I didn't want to f House today when Mrs. Taft en- - go, bo I paid a substitute the money lined Mrs. Qrover Cleveland and to serve fur me. Do you know that Benjamin Harrison. White House fellow went alt through the" war withI ttucttev My bo reoord shows the out getting a scratch? andcould have thing saved wy wives of turee presidents uining to done the same money. I tell you, war is a oalawlty," there before. gether e near-vetornblood-curdlin- .Unnatural Mothers. It cannot bo too strongly reiterated that maternal love does not necessarily Include wisdom. It la "natural" for every mother to love her children, but It does not follow that she knows what is best for them. The animal mother does know by instinct; and we, content to take our pattern of motherhood from the beasts, havo Imagined that wo needed nothing more. . . . Wo assume that every mother knows how to care for her children; and, if wo only seo her keeping at It Incessantly, wo nover criticize the method or results. . . . Wo have argent need of tho unnatural mother tho mother who has added a trained Intellect to a warm heart; and, when we havo enough of them, the rarest sound on ea'rth will bo hut now so pitifully common the crying of a llttlo child. nm "" Hl-jj,- Was Politely bridge and the principal girders of the new steel structure prepared Mulcted of $300 by Italian Society. and riveted together at a distance ready to bo lowered Into placo from A paean of rejoicings has gone up derrick trains. All tho earlier stages of tho new brldgo had been constructIn print over the verdict on the prisoners at Vlterbo, and It Is ed with tho woodon bridge ns a false stated rather previously, I fear that work and without Interruption to trafthe great secret society of Italy has fic. Hut tho floor of the woodon brldgo been scotched. That Naples will no was 15 feet higher than the now steel longer be its headquarters Is proba- structure was Intended to be. To ble, but It Is so widely spread over shorten tho supports by sawing would the whole of Italy that It can bo no take several days and tlo up tralllc moro killed by Imprisoning its NeaThe engineers got around tho diffpolitan leaders than you can kill an iculty by running the derricks out to octopus by cutting off one of Its ten- the proper points and then placing a tacles. Tlio society has local branches small charge of dynamlto In each of In every town of importance, and it, tho wooden supports of tho old bridge adapts its methods to the status of u3t 15 feet below tho roadbed. The dynamite shots wero discharged slmul the people whom It bleeds. How polite the Camoirlsts can be a tancously, the old brldgo fell, and tho truo talo of how an Englishman sub- sntlro stool structure dropped Into scribed to its funds will show. Tho placo at onco It took but threo hours Englishman In question, a man led then to lay tho ties and rails. Popu man, took a houso In ono of tho sea- lar Mechanics. port towns of Italy, not Naples, and brought his English furnlturo with HELPING THE FARM INDUSTRY him. A month or two after ho had taken up residence, a very polite ItalRailian gentleman called ou him and pre- Is Business Proposition With the roads and Much Money Is Spent sented him with a bill for $300 for In That Way. furnlturo bought from an Italian firm. Tho Englishman said that thero must For a generation or moro tho railho somo mlstako, for ho had bought visitor roads of this country havo been makno furnlturo in Italy, and his ing efforts to- Increpso tho number of then explained that tho bill was tho trymight subscilbo to farmers In certain regions, thus means by which ho and ing to promote agriculture, tho local branch of tho Camorra, and through greater agricultural prosper-Itj- , thus obtain Its protection. There was to lncreaso their rovonues deno hurry about tho matter, said tho rived from hauling farm products. pollto Italian, and If the Englishman Within tho past decade theso efforts did not care to pay at onco the matter to encourago agrlculturo havo been might Btand over for six months to Include Instructions In Tho Englishman went to his consul, extended methods of fnrmjng, Investigation of who referred him to tho local head of farming possibilities of a region, tho police. The local head of tho poIn organizing agricultural aslice, talking as an official, promised sociations, with Htato and him overy piotectlon If he did not In- county fairs, employment of farm laa tend to give tho money, but as In finding markets, and other Individual, suggested to him that bor, aid Those projects very much to pay to helpful lines of work. railroad compa?300 was not aro not confined to avoid nil tho anxiety that was entailed nies; they aro, however, tho most by being In tho black books of tho of tho several classes of The Englishman paid his $300 prominentconcerns engaged In similar business and holds tho bill, duly receipted, for work. purely Imaginary furniture, bought This promotion work on tho part from a purely Imaginary Italian firm. of tho railroads Is a business propoImprovement In agriculture sition. USE DYNAMITE IN NEW WAY means moro truffle, and for this reason largo Bums of money aro bolng expendTakes Place of Saw In Solvlnn Bridge ed systematically by numerous Construction Problem In the West. Somo Improvement Since. Railroading In the west continually Dr. Ilolen L. Sumner collatod sonio presents new problems to the con- flmiroa for tho department of labor, struction engineer, but the use of dyn- t which set forth that at Pateruou, in amite In place of a saw was ttied for 1835, women and children had to bo at the first time on a Santa Fe bridge work at 4:30 in the morning. They over the San Joaauln river, near Fret- I vera ullnworf half an hour for hrakan Englishman pri-vnt- H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Hardinsburg, DENTIST ::: Cumb. Phone 18. Residence fliellman House Kentucky Office Over Farmers Bank Who Has One .1 I I ask me farmer 1 i I m what wonders tho Ciiiiibcrlimcl Telophono woiks for him. lie will reply: Vwillc 1 ULII3 t,ir IJIUUIIbin HI I' 'V II IIII 't !........, .1... 1. lllll 2 Gets tho best prices 5 Helps the housewife 4 G Inuiensos ninths 3 BriniM .supplies f 7 Pay, for itself over and over Seven eurclintil reasons why YOU should bo mttMcstcd and send today for booklet. "For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & (IncorDorotod.) Telegraph Co. fast and thre quarters of an hour ror dinner, and then worked "as long us they could Bee." They btruck that year, however, nnd their hours wero reduced to 11V4. In Philadelphia, In 1833, tho hours woro said to bo 13. At about the same tlmo tho hours at tho Schuylkill factory wero from "sunrlso to sunset, from tho 21st of March to the 20th of September, Inclusively, and from sunrlso until eight o'clock p. m. during tho romalnder of tho year." On Saturdays tho mill wns stopped ouo hour bofore Bunset "for tho purposo of cleaning tho machinery." Preserving Valuable Relics. very complete collection of Indian stono lnbcrlptlons 1b bolng niado for the United States museum, and this Is being done In a novel manner without t'ostro) lug tho original A soft paper has beon prepared for tho purposo und this Is moistened and placed over tho Inscriptions and pressed Into tho Interstices. Hoie It 1h nllowed to dry, after which it Is carofully romoved nnii tho shell used as n mold from i which a cast la mudo. Tho latter shows all thd details of tho carvings as well as tho markings on tho surfaco of tho Btono and after tho casts havo beon painted it Is dldlcult to detect tho Imposition. A FOR SALE Mrs. Kato Boa id desires to her Hoardinjr Houso Business in Louisville. Rooms aio well furnished and she has nn established business For further infouuiitien wnto her at 202 Fast Broadway or soil o V. G. BABBAGE, Attorney a. Cloverport, Ky. i Notice That icsolutions of t tiro published nt 5l cents' "per lino, rleaso do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. rct-pee- Gossip Ahead. "Wo ought to havo a most Interest-inf- ; year with our card club." "That eoT" "Ye; threo of last year's members are suing for divorce." .' S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Issued Evory Wcdnc&day. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1913 Subscription prico $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Tho Clovcrport briijgo needs attention quick. insertion. After a man dies all his sins aro called mistakes. Hawesvillo suffered terribly Inst week from tho flood. Oe doesn't know bed. eliminated. what a flood means until it gets over hU onion President elect Wilson has nsked if the inaugural ball might bo The people who are genuinely interested in their old home always take their home papor. Father Henry said Sunday in his sermon to the St. Kpsc church congregation that tho mo&t important business in life was tho business of right living. Tho City Council ought to do the handsome thing by tho ferry m nn and give them more than they arc expecting for running the boats so safety last week. The best kind of a customer is the man who telephones to know what his bill is, then mails a check. It is a pleasure to do business with a man or woman so careful and prompt. Miss Ilcllun Gould, the richest woman in the world, will confine to $1,000. She will bo married the expense of her wedding trous-seato Finley J. Shepard at her Tarrytown home next Wednesdav. Miss Gould's favorite colors hie purple and gray. Mr. Ticc Ilendiick's announcement for jailor subject to the action of the Democrutic paity in tho August primary, appears in this issue. Mr. Hendrick tajs every voter in the county of his name is a Demociat, and that he is the first Hendrick who ever offered for office. PURIFY THE MOVIES. The motion picture men of New York are hearing tho call, "Purify the Movies." The manufacturers holding the licenses have felt the necessity of uplifting the motion 'picture art in this country and protecting the business ngain-- t immoral lilms that are being imported and distributed in New York by unscrupulous dealers.' There is a growing demand of the public for the very best sort of moving pictutcs. "The Deseited "Wife" pictures, the pictures of shooting and killing and all the horrible things tho human mind can imagine, arc driving people away from the picture shows in thorough disgust. Tho American mind wants wholesome, attractive and delightful They want cheerful, happy pictures of life at the amusements. The sooner tho moving picture companies eliminate the shows. movies that are not uplifting to society, tho better it will be for their business. the country in his address be fore tho Commercial Club of Chicago n week ago has piven to public men a somewhat clearer idea of the general principles that arc to govern tho new administration than anything that has gono boforo. It is now plain, says tho Washingis born with equal rights, but it take- a. certain ton stafT correspondent of tho Boston Transcript, who Is in closo amount of good judgment tp rcalizo these rights, touch with influential leaders of thought at tho National Capital, that therefore thb Mr. Wilson hopes to bo able to cdiicato tho country away from tho idea that all public good is dependent on legislation. Senators and Representatives who have conferred with tho President-elect recently fay that ai time goes on Mr. Wilson will mako lies in your judgment of tho man with whom clear his purposes. Ho believes, they say, that tho timo has arrived you place your contract for your building mawhen a "new slato of mind" ought to bo created throughout tho terial. If country; ho beliovcs that most of the great problems boforo tho country at this time could bo solved with case if tho thoughtful men of tho country would lend their assistance. you will select tho man who carries is taken Tho refcrenco to monopoly made by tho President-elec- t in Washington to mean that ho expects tho men who have built up law, and great combinations in violation of tho Sherman antj-trus- t of Rough and Dressed Lumber, Ceiling, floorcombinations who liavo up to this timo insisted on maintaining theso ing, Oils, Paints and Varnishes; everything to in violation of this law, to assist in bringing about new conditions. complete your homo from Chimney tops to baseIt is pointed out by tho public men who thoroughly indorso the ment. To find of Mr. Wilson on tho trust question that tho head of evory attitude triret in the country now understands thoroughly what tho Sherman THE RIGHT KIND OF MATERIAL AT anti-trulaw means and what can bo accomplished under it by an THE RIGHT PRICE AND THE RIGHT administration that is determined to enforco it without fear or favor. MAN, GO TO The incoming President, so his friends in Washington say, is optiMARION WEAFHERHOLT, General Contractor mistic enough to believe that tho trust m ignate will, of their own accord, set about to remedy existing conditions. If thoy do not, ono Cloverport, Kentucky may bo assured tho new administration will show them no leniency whatever. Summing up tho Washington comment the Transciipt corresis regarded by pondent says tho Chicago speech of the President-elec- t public men there as tho most impressive plea that has ever been made As required by law the Breckinridge Bank publishes denositsf for the, big men of the country to "get right" in their attitude toward showing on their books and uncalled for within five years, hereby a list of dates together with of both Federal and State. If tho thought that is in .same. the Government, ' ' ' March 23, 1901, W. L. Bashnin 520 go is correctly understood there it is that the mind of the President-elec- t Q Tlllw ?J , j"'j Tl tnni It f 11,m'w. ..........10 yu - - ..y .J, April 13, 1907, Mary IS. Ilinton the business men ot the country have a Jargcr duty to perform at 30 00 8 00 unknown, mi Miller 'S this time than the President of tho United States, tho Congress, the Unknown, Fritz Schoeii.. 7 95 anil tho State Legislatures. Governors of the States . The forccoinc list is correct. In his discussion of existing conditions, Mr. Wilson had in mind, A. B. SKIIXMAN; Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before 111c by A. B. Skilltnaii, Cashier, this the l8thj of course, only tho general situation as it relates to action by the O. T. Sliillman, Federal Government. If the programme ho has outlined should bo day of Jan. 1913. Notary Public Breckinridge County. men of the country, tho men who aro My commission Kxpires Jan. 12th, 1O14. carried out by tho business managing the affairs of the great trusts would quit looking for ways law and join in an effort to obey that to evade the Sherman anti-trulaw; the bankers, merchants and other business men of tho country would get together and mako a sincere effort to help the now administration revise the banking and currency laws and tho beneficiaries in an effort to of the protective tariff would be willing to obtain an honest downward revision of tariff rates. Under tho "temper" that has pievailed among business men for between tho last twelve years there has been no real Naturally public men business men and tho Fcdeial Government. aro interested to see whether the new President will be able to change this "state of mind of tho public." . They say that if he can do this, ho will set a newmark in tho administration of governmental affairs. And yet, say his friends, such an outcome as he hqpes for is tho natural one to expect. EVERY AM1 - SECRET OF YOUR SUCCESS You Judge Rightly A Complete Line st UNCALLED FOR DEPOSITS 'Ji st tu ALMOST AN ISLAND. If tho back water hod reached across tho pike, tho East Side of Clovcrport would have been an island during tho high stages of tho flood. Slick creek flooded Skillman's bridge, submerged the grovo and Clover creek curled aiound Africa and came around the hill spreading the back water not far fiom the pike in tho pasture across from Roo Hill. The flood was a wonderful sight from tho hill, seeing the lowlands of Indiana completely covered. Tho Ohio looked like a gieat bay. Fiidny it wns crowded with white-capand the waves almost whipped tho banks to pieces. Drift wood, telephone posts and huge trunks of old trees simply choked the mouth of the creek. Tho river traffic was fairly good. Several largo boats went by, including show boats and other river vessels Clovcrport did not have any ciitical flood suH'eicis. It is true many were compelled to leave their homes, but the' can eo back-agais '.. And even Monday tho Tho city bridge stood tho test. It was moonlight and those who had to cross the water at night could seo as plain as day. During tho whole time tho town was protected by tho kind hand of Providence. Nnt a life was lost, not one accident occurred. Business was almost handicapped. train service- was still out of commission. THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CHAIRMAN. Tho action of tho County Democratic Committee Monday in electing Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman County unanimously Chairman, was a deserved credit to that young Democrat. Its action will certainly bo approved by every Democrat in tho county and every good citizen of whatever political faith. Judge Moorman has inaugurated a now system of conducting campaigns. Ho has eliminated ull graft, money and whisky. Ho has brought to his assistance u committee of tho best men in tho county, sober, discreet, law abiding citizens, who believe in fair elections and counting votes as cast. Tho good women of tho county should also applaud him, and they do, for a number have so expressed themselves. When their husbands and sons go to tho county seat they aro not greeted with a jug of whisky in somo back room where they fill up with boozo whjch unfits thorn for tho business on which they aro sent, but aro greeted with a sober, suno head of affairs, where there is no drinking or treating as in days gone by. Isn't this something to bo proud of? It is tho Wilson way and tho only prolitablo way. Thanks to Judge Moorman. WOODROW WILSON'S CHICAGO SPEECH. (Luxlnuton Leader.) Tho frank talk of President-elec- t Wilson to tho business men of buildings of the department of the PRAISES BODY treasury establishment of an Inde10. Tho pendent public health service. 11. The recovery of fiber stock of DECLARES COMMISSION ON ECON canceled paper money OMY AND EFFICIENCY HAVE Systems Are Declared Ancient. EFFECTED BIG SAVING. In many departments, state tho com mission, the office systems were found years behind the twenty-fivREPORTS URGE NEW REFORMS to be times in commenting on tho work of the commission, the president said: Accompanying PresiMemorandum "During the timo and with the staff dent's Message Asserts Board Has available it has not been possible to Shown Government Can Reduce Its make final detached reports on more Expenses $5,979,000 Annually. than a few of tho hundreds of offices In Washington, and In only one office Washlneton. Jan. 9. Sweeping com outside of Washington has this work mendation of tho work of tho commis been undertaken. Tho reports which sion on economy and efficiency and a aro submitted will servo, however, to plea for an appropriation of a quarter Illustrate the character of tho results of a million dollars to be available which may follow an extensive InvesMarch 4 for tho continuance of the tigation of office technique and procedure. In my opinion these Investiwork of that commission were con tained In a special message from Prea.-- gations should be carried Into every Ident Taft, which was read before branch and office of tho government, and to do this ample funds must be both liousoH nf congress. mesnrovlded. As stated In Sees Saving of $5,979,000. accompanying sages to congress, there is no greater In a memorandum to tho country than that of the message it was estimated that service by tho thb continuance of the work of the when the chances advocated commission until some form of orcommlssionn its previous 85 reports ganization. Is provided for continuousnau Deen fully mstaueu a yeariy sav- ly doing this kind of work under the ing of $5,979,000 would bo effected in pxecutivo. It would be very much to the government service. Die credit of the administration if the amount tho pro- president wero authorized to spend In addition to this posed changes advocated In the elev- whatever amount he may deem necesen new reports, which formed tho sary within the next two years, the basis for tho president's message, only condition attached being that he wero calculated to add another render an account of expenditures " to tho yearly toll of economy effected by tho commission. Flies In New Houses Explained. Urge Reforms In Many Departments. "Moving Into, an apartment that had Theso reports advocated reforma In as many governmental departments, never before been, occupied," said a "w'e wore struck unpleasall of which received tho approbation of tho president The matters com- antly by tho numbar of files wo found mented on by tho commission wero as there and for their yresenco WQ Wfcru quite unable to account. folio wb: 1. Business methods of tho office of "It was some relief to us to bo told tho udjutant general of the war de- by a friend that there aro always lots partment. of files in now houses; that thoy ar 2. Tho handling and filing of corredrawn by tho paste used In tho paper-inspondence in tho mail and record diand while tho work Is going they vision of tho office of tho chief of nava freo Ingress; and then when tho engineers. houso Is finished it is likely to bo 3. Tho handling and filing ot correolosed up and tho flies left there to spondence and the doing ot statistical be found when tho first tenant moves work in tho bureau ot insular affairs. In." 4. Tho handling and filing of correspondence in tho office of tho Burgeon Poet's Unhappy Childhood. general. Thomas Gray, author of tho immor5. The handling and filing ot corre12 children and was spondence In tho office of tho Blgnal tal ology, ono of one of tho lot that lived His tho only corps. seemed destined to go the way ot his 6. The handling and filing of correbrothers and sisters, and was Buspondence In tho office ot the chief ffering from convulsions, whon his of ordlnanco. filing ot corre- mother, in desperation, opened a vein 7. Tho handling and of scissors and spondence in the mall and record di- In his arm with a pair father, a sour, saved his life. His department ot Justice. vision of the keeping efficiency jealous roan, had no use for him or for 8. Methods of to of employees in the national his mother, and never contributed records agency ot tho de- their support. His lonely and unhappy bank redemption childhood explains the melancholy that partment of the treasury. fl. Th lUbtln at fler1 tinged hts life and writings. electrlo IT e Cut out being a "CHRISTMAS TREE" for everyone who asks you to lend him money. If you want to lose a friend, lenp him money; for when you ask him for it, you will lose both you friend and your MONBY. BANK your money. You, YOURSELF and YOUR FAMILY are the ones who most deserve what you earn. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THO BANK OF HARDINSBURG & THUST CO. Hardinsburg-- , Ky. ojs i -- W MX3Wt REWARD The Depot Building at West 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 ' Xt VKJ3Wt W VMJ vijati NJCAJ ' J' I J Jll 4 J JJ $500,-00- 0 r, g, ($200.00) for information that will lead to the arrest and con- - TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS -- viction of the party or parties guilty of the offense. L. J. IRWIN, President and General Manager December 1912 Breckenridge News and Louisville Daily Herald lYear f)fet li" Ira Bchcn and James B. Randall rc in Memphis, Tenn., on business for the L., II, & St. L. R, R. Company. . iam oa , ioi"i. Miss Kathrinc Moorman returned ttcd Rt tlio I'twt Offlice at Cloverpott, ICy home from Louisville Monday, necnnd cls matter Miss Lizzie Dlnkc has returned home from Louisville where she visited her IS PAPER REPRESFNTPn FOR FARPIRN sister, Miss Minnie Blake, mvrer iciwrs nv tuc Mrs. Fred Ferry and Mrs. Morris Beard went to Louisville Monday night to be the guests of their cousin, Miss GENERAL OFFICES Anna Murray. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Mrs. A S. English, who has been MCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES visiting at Wllliamsport, Tenn., is with relatives now at McLean's Sta- Breckanridrfe News Notice in Bankruptcy In tlio District Court of the United Statu. for the Western MstrlM of Kentucky, in V j.n TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J 2 50 r Precinct and city Offices $ 6 00 County Offices State and District Offices.. ..$ 16.00 10 Calls, per line 10 fffer Cards, per line All Publications in tbe inter- est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line T ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arc authorized to announce JUliGE H. C. MURRAY, ilardinsburg, as a candidate for subject to tlie action of the emocrntic party at the August Primary. Coun-Attorn- I- .. itst ocratic Party at the August primary. We are authorized to announce TICJ3 HENDRICK as a candidate for Jailor of Breckenridgc county subject to the action of the Dem- - of LOCAL BREVITIES f ierj .th1 -- ' Ars. Lud Bowls is ill. J tion, Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Ttce Uendrlck and two daughters, Misses Isabcllc and Anna, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larkln Gibson Sunday. Miss Mildred Prultt, of West Point, has been visiting Miss Donald Murray, who has been extensively entaitilned id" Louisville society this winter. Miss Lorena Mattingly, who Is so by patrons of the telephone, has been absent from the exchange several days on account of illness. Miss Lula Brickey, who has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. 0. W, Sanders, in Evansvllle, for several months, has returned to her home at Mattingly Ernest Smith,. of Stephensport, has sold his tobacco. He got $9 for the leaf, f'J for lugs and.?4 for the trash. Allen Barbee came down Monday with him. Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Carter and little daughters, Ruth and Kathrlne, and aunt Jane, were In town Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage. James Skillman is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Frank White while his mother is In Louisville. Mrs. Skillman is recovering nicely from the operation, and is expected home soon. well-like- d In the matter of Henry J. May, a tlankrtiht. On this I3tlidy of January A. I).. IM3, on couMOerimr tlio petition of tlic atoresald bankrupt for ilinclinrirc filed o the 2lth day Lost Nose Classes JDI2, It In ordered by tlio court of that a hvarltiK bo hud upon the mitno on tlio I - OiT Somewhere on tlio branch railroad, 12nd day of February A. I., IHI3 before snld lmlrof Rold frame noio kIiimcs In T P. c urt at Federal Court Hall t Louisville, Tavlor Co.. enso Kinder nlenno return nnd Ky.. In wild Dlitrlct at lOo'ulock, In the fore- rfct reward to J. J.TIIford, Irvington, Ky. noon, or in near thereto as practicable, and that notlro thereof be published one time In Farm for Sale Tlio Hreckonrlrigo Now, a newspaper printed In raid district, and that all known creditors. CAItM North of tlio railroad half wav be- tween Webster and ono dwol and other persons In interest may appear at nld time and placo and show cause, If any ling roomsj 08 acres of land, half In timber ood corn and tolmrco land. For trade or thoy biito why tbo prayer of said petitioner nalo. For further Information address Krcd should not bo granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Evans, Glaycomb. Ixidlburg. Ky. Judge of said umrt, and tlio teal thereof, at Owensboro, K ntucky. In said district, on For Sale White Plymouth Rock Cocks the 13lh day of January A I) , 1913. A. O. HONAMi. Clerk SAt.E- -fl or 8 White M. E. DUNN. Deputy Clerk FOIl Hock conks, from registered pedigreed stock, fl 00 caeh If taken at once. Airs. Edward Itowno Clocrport, Ky. Bankruptcy. I W . ft River Receding! Walking across the bridge has been resumed. Winter still here; but many good things to keep you warm. r ed PETTICOATS OUT FOR SALE B. P. Rock Cockerels Soon To Be Discarded By Women Of Fashion Uock AKEW cliolco Iiancd Ply mouthcountry ; the no better birds In the eggs wero from No 1 prlro winning pen. ti ciish. Airs. 0 L. Chamberlain, Irvington Ky, FOR SALE Double Set Work Harness ADOlJIlLEROtof work liarne L.In good cheap. C. Chamberlain Irvington, Ky. Three GarBe- ments Sufficient-Chan- ge gan Ten Years Ago. For Sale 30 Acres Timber Whltn Oakj 14 mile from Ohio New York, Jan. 16. A has under- MOSTLY Address W. ri. Asbby, Clover-por- t, Ky. wear, petticoats, belts and stocks nnd For Sale Edward Morrison, of Irvington, was fJhere Friday v -. Mr. Price Graham has been very ill of pneumonia. two weeks, is Improving. Mr. Tom Triplett was ferryman last , week at Sklllman's bridge. W ' Mm Poto Matinn. nf Oivpnelmm. is ? ill at her father's, Mr. Ed Pate. 'Mrs. Harry Newsom will entertain . ?' the Girls Club Friday afternoon. of L., II. Walter R. Hensley, master & St. L trains, was busy here last t.week. The Ladies ReadinClub will be en tertained tomorrow by Mrs Leonard 'Oeze. K.SM. Rush was in town last week, splllncr annles and transacting other . ,' Fresh ovsters direct from Baltimore at the English Kitchen. ? Mrs. J T. Owen, who has been ill . i fbusinsss. ( Mr. Dwight Randall went to Louis- Henry ville Friday to visit Chas. Schempler. Forscythe, of Hardins- burg, was the truest of Miss Julia Vroe Sunday Mrs. Laura Hayes went to Louis- i ville Monday night to visit her son. Dr. Prof B. C. - -- and left a tine son Mrs. Jennie Mogan and son are keep- ' log house in the residence of her fath- ; er, Mr. L. L. Mitchell. $. Richard Newman, who received internal injuries by a fall several weeks ;, ago, has not imuroved. It For reduced rates on Daily Courier-- r Journal and Evening Post see T. N. McGlothlan, Irvington. JH1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert llondrick, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and ? Mrs. Barney Squires last week. Miss Elizabeth Taylor and Mr. Ellis s Hilliary Boone. i The stork has recently visited the home of Mr. "and Mrs. R. ,0. Perkins -- f Pettit Cox, of Owensboro, will be mar-riy- f ' J&Iessrs Arthur Beard, Morris Klnch- eloe and Dr. Evan Royalty, dinsburg, were here Sunday. of liar- - In Louisville Saturday. I, -- Leone G. .Tones, of Chicago, here last week the guest of Mrs. E. Frank Carter at Welcome Hall. l "Mrs. fcwas HH4& Prompt Treatment Saves Suffering dress linings Enter the union suit, the corset and draped hobble front as the sole ap parel of the I9I3 woman of fashion, Empress Josephine of 1813 como to life again. This is a startling innovation coming after so many startlers, but Max Aron, secretary of the Dressmakers, Union of America, and otherwise hlj,'h in authority on women's dress, declares it is here. "The woman of the. future will find three garments sufllcient," said. Aron today. "Exclusive of shoes and stockings, she will wear a union suit, the lower part in the form .of tights, a small corset of comparatively fw REPAIR SHIP PANTHER bones, and she will wear a close fitting, AND TUG SONOMA SAFE one piece dress, with very slight or even no lining. Some women today are Both Vessels Arrive at Guantanamo, wearing only these three garments." Cuba, and Report Terrific Battle Mr Aron went calmly on: "I beWith Storms. lieve that the underwear industry has 10. Both tbo re- fallen off 75 per cent, in the last three Washington, Jan. pair ship Panther and her attendant years. Lacy, ruffled lingerie is now a tug, tho Sonoma, reported "Bafo In drug on the market. Underwear is port" to the navy department. dead. Both vessels reached Guantanamo 'The change didn't come nil at once. harbor under their own power, al- It began ten years ago. Tne flannel though both were considerably dam- petticont went first. The shirtwaist aged by last Friday's storm, which had completely carried away th'o Panther's then struck the knell of dress lining. wireless and had torn off tho Sonoma's Then it was discovered that unlined superstructure and lifeboats. Tho So- skirts could be built. Seven years ago e dress suddenly came to noma, which left Brooklyn two hours the before the Panther, reached Guantana- the front. Then went belts and collars. mo at one o'clock In the morning, When the hobble skirt camf in three while the Panther was not sighted un- years ago the underskirt went out. til two o'clock In the afternoon. Women soon stopped wearing three r Both Lieutenant Commander de ship and petticoats, then decided two was too In charge of tho repair Chief Boatswain Darrington of the So- many, and llnallv took to wearing noma paid high tribute to the heroism tights. Everything is toward simplicof their men. who rode tho storm for ity. Four dresses and a hat can now 3C hours without rest and took turns be bought for what onq complete outat the pumps to prevent the water fit once cost Even the hats are from extinguishing tho boiler flres. It is expected that both vessels will "Last summer Parisian women with remain at Guantanamo until they have slight figures left off their corsets." been overhauled and repaired as much as possible. Emotion. Tho Panther carried a cargo of iron Love was under discussion, and the vessels machinery and parts for war questime-oland the greater portion of this will tion came up. "A man Is in love," said refit the two probably be needed to one, "when it gives him physical pain ships. A complete report of tho dam-ag- to tear up the slightest of her notes." vessels Is expected done to the "When" but It would be violating here shortly. to tell other answers. One Immediately on receipt of the news confidences safely only tho best wo begged leave to that the Panther had arrived man Isn't really In love," Secretary of the Navy Meyer directed print. "A romantic astute old gentlesent the relatives said this that telegrams be man, "until he begins to skip the deof tho officers and men on board. This scriptions of heroines in novels he was done Decause mu ua) ucywu-men- t reads, saying, 'What's the use of readhad beon swamped all day un- ing that? I'll have her looking like a flood of, telegrams and telephone der talking like her anyway.' " messages begging for news of tho her andmight almost do an ElizabethOno missing vessels. an poem on that. Franklin P. Adums, In Metropolitan. IS BARRED FROM TREASURY Had Figured In History. Assistant Secretary Allen, UnrecogA notable character In tho person nized, Is "Called Down" for Beof a woman, named Mary Hughes, ing Late to Work. died the other day at Solva, Wales. She was ono hundred and six years Washlngtqn, Jan. 10. Sherman Al- old, nnd could not speak- a word of len, assistant secretary of tho treas- English. One of 11 children, she had ury, wns threo minutes lato In report- a brother who lived to bo ono hundred ing for duty and waB sharply called and threo. Her mother took part in to account by a watchman of tho repelling tho French In 1797, when a treasury department. Appearing leis- forco of 1,500 landed In Cardigan bay, urely at a sldo door of tho building, but was at once surrounded by the the tardy official was commanded to local militia, and surrendered. produce his "card" In order that It might be marked "late." Ho endeavShe Expressed It. servored to appoase tho government's MI never saw such outrageouB monitor with the statement, "I am ice in all my life," said the woman Assistant Secretary Allen." at the express office window. "I've "Oh. thoy all say that," was tho Im- been waiting hero fuly half an hour patient retort. "You may mako your and not a sign of an employeo have explanations at tho main door of. tbe I seen. Tho heads of thiB company building." ought to bo notified of this extreme U'b simply outrageouB." negligence would you like to expreun, SOLDIERS ARE SLAlM "What FRENCH madam?" said a clerk who arrived at Tribesmen Attack French Patrol Force last. "I'd llko to express my sympathy," Near Magador, Morocco, and tartly, and depart replied Twelve Are Killed. one-piecStl-geuWeil-Known FOIl SALE A 15 horse power stationery Knglne; WutWIrn In good Ilreckenrtdgo News. C.overort, Ky. lr. Reduction in Furs and Cloaks Boy Now! J. 1 We , 9 ALE For Sale Deeds, Mortgages and all kinds COR 1 of legal blunkK. llreckenrldgu News, Otoverport. Ky. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky Easily Pulled. When drawing threads for hemstitching or drawn work, wet a small brush, rub it over a cake of soap until a lather Is produced, then scrub tho threads that you wish to draw. You will bo suprised no less than pleased to see how easily they may be pulled out, without breaking. Needlecraft Have a Full Line of the Best Class of I I I Dry Goods, Notions, BEWLEYVILLE Edwin Foote Sells Hold NEWS. Farm-Democrats Necessities, i Fancy and Staple Gro-- 1 is 1 Novelties, I 1 III cerics 18 Everything for the Home, the Farm or the Family M l gj S Meeting-T- wo Fam- ilies Leave For Jefferson County. Tom W.lson's tobacco crop raised by himself and one hired hand, brought him $816. I WE y JMj SELL CHEAP FOR CASH 11 11 Pay as you go is the Betsey Stith nnd Fannie Miller and Mrs. John Compton are on the .sick list. II be-- t way for thoe who liud it convenient. Pitying cash mivos nmny :ii'kle, be cause you buy iwico as many tilings you don't need when you run charge account. g(J Edwin Foote has sold his farm, realizing a profit of $1,300 on purchase price. Mrs. Guy Bandy and babe a,re spend ing several days with her mother, Mrs John Compton. Junius Focte( who has been quite sick of typhoid fever, is better at tnis I 1 jfijy Wc Want Your Produce. Hfing us your butter, egjs and ch'clcons. good condition and wo will pay good price-Hrinjr them in . (Ml d i m 11 1 r RirHARntmi " .wvii Garfield, Ky. m o 1 writing. . James Albright and family and Floyd Dowell and family left for Jefferson county Saturday. They will engage in the dairy business with Guy Finley, of Valley Station. The Democrats of Bewleyville precinct met in Bewleyville persuant to a call and elected Carl Compton commit teeman from said precinct. Carl attended the meeting of county committee M6nday at Hardinsburg For "Quality's Sake" use Lewisport A COMM By i BEST IT MEANS Flour PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us - The Same Mistake Is Made Many Cloverport People. It's a common error To plaster the aching back, To rub with liniments, rheumatic joints, If the trouble comes from the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is convincing proof of merit. Mrs. W. N. Bartk'tt, 020 Triplett St., Owensboro, Ky , says: "Several years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills and cannot say too much in their praise. For a long time I had nearly overy symptom of kidney disease. My back ached terribly at night and I did not sleep well. During the day I whs nervous and in bed all the time. My feet became swollen and I knew that I required a good remedy to cure me. I had often heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, so I procured a supply and began taking them as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and they arc the only remedy that I will ever use for ktduey trouble, I can highly recommend them, as they lived up to the claims made for them," For sale by all dealers. Price 00 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertisement. Foster-Milbur- LEWISPORT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky CO It's time to use J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY AGENCY CYCLONE Household Cioods Represents the Leading Companies in the Country FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND Insures Haj;aj;e ami Personal Effects of Travelers. ami Merchandise In transit. Yourbusiness solicited. n e4. ParlB, Jan. 11. In a fight with natives near Magador. Morocco. Nows of tbo battlo was received by the war office from Genof eral Lyautcy, the governor-genera- l French Morocco. wero killed and sixty wounded Twelve- French boI-dlo- If you have a tooth that gives pain come to us at once. Maybe a little treatment will overcome the difficulty Filling and Extracting For Sale! good work horao, 0 years old nnd 1 good work iimro 8 yours old, in foul. Will soil cheap 1 m HOE Mules for Sale! have 16 mules from 4 to 7 yoars old that are broken and ready for use. Farmers needing teams will do well to see us beforo buying Tearms reasonable. We DC HOC DC HOE are each of advantage at the right time and we know enough about teeth to iw Tribesmen patrol force. attacked the Fronch the right time. W. A. WALKER, Dentist tUrtUnsburtr, Ky. ever Bkwy Taft Appoints Land Register. Washington, Jan. 11. President Taft nominated Bryson P. Dlalr of Colorado to be register of the land office at Montroao, Cola for cush. H. J.l ROBERTS Hardinsburg, Ky. W. R. Moorman & Son, hoc o Subscribe Right Now. I . c non 5S9l tk?' :v. ) The Stolen Singer Dy Martha (Uuprtlgbt, lull, 'lti Belliigcr ll liublis-Merrl- Company) CHAPTER XII. Seeing the Rainbow. A fow days on a yacht, with a calm Bca and suncoolod weather, may bo something llko a century of bliss for a pair of lovers, If they happen to havo taken tho lucky hour. The conventions of yacht life allow a companionship from dawn till dark, If they chooso to havo It; thero Is a limited amount of outsldo dlBt,ractlon; If tho girl bo an outdoor lass, she looks all tho sweeter for tho wind rumpling her hair; and on shipboard, resourcefulness If anywhere, mental and good temper achlovo their full reAleck had been moro crafty than ho know when ho carried Melanio nnd Madamo Reynler off on tho Sea Gull. Almost at tho last moment Mr. Chamberlain had joined them, Aleck's liking for tho man and his Instinct of hospitality overcoming his deslro for something as near as posBlblo to a Bolltudo a deux with Mclanle. They could not havo had a better was companion. Mr. Chamberlain nothing less than perfect in his position as companion and guest. Ho Madamo Reynler's grand duchess manners, and spared himself no r troublo to entertain both Madamo and Mclanle. Ho was a hearty admirer, If not a suitor of tho younger woman; but certain It was, that, If personal he over had entertained hopes in regard to her, ho buried them In tho depths of his heart by the end of their first day on the Sea Gull. Ho understood Aleck's position with regard to Mclanle without being told, and Instantly brought all his and courtesy into his friend's en-Joy- ward. Roy-nle- lay-alt- y &x America; "something besides the show places," she suld. So they made visits ashore hero and there, though not many. As they grew to feel moro at homo on tho yacht, tho more reluctant they were to spend their time on land. Why havo dust and noiso and elbowing people, when they might bo cutting through the bluo waters with tho wind fresh in their faces? The weather was perfect; tho thrall of the sen was upon them. Tho roses came Into Melanle's cheeks and she forgot all about tho professional advlco which she had been at such pains to procure in New York. There was happinesin her eyes when sho looked on her lover, even though sho had repulsed him. Ab for Mr. Chamberlain, ho breathed the very air of content. Madamo Reynler, with her inscrutable grand mano ner, confessed that sho hnd never been able precisely to locate Boston, and now that she had seen it, she felt much better. Even Aleck's lean bulk seemed to expand and flourish In the atmosphere of happiness about him. His sudden venture was a success, beyond a doubt. Tho party had merry hours, many others full of a quiet pleasuro, none that wero heavy or uneasy. If Aleck's outer man prospered in this unexpected excursion, it can only bo said that his spiritual self flowered with a now and hitherto unknown beauty. It was a lato flowering, possibly though what are thirty-fou- r years to Infinity? but thoro was In it a richnoss and delicacy which waB Its own distinction and won Its own reward. Mclanlo's words, spoken in their long Interview In tho Now York homo, hnd contained an olemont of truth. There was a poignant sincerity In her Baying, "You do not lovo me enough," which touched Aleck to the center of LIb bolng. He was not niggardly by nature; and had ho glvon stlntlngly of his nffection to this woman who was to him the boat? His whole nature shrank from such a rolo, oven whlio ho dimly porcelved thnt ho had boon guilty of noting it. If ho had been small In his gift of lovo, it wns becauso he had boon the dupo of his thcorlos; ho had forsworn gnllantry toward women, and had unwittingly cast nsldo warmth of affection also. Ilut such a condition was, nftor all, moro apparent than real. In his heart Aleck know that ho did lovo Melanio "enough," however much that might be. Ho lovod hor enough to want, not only and not mainly, what sho could glvo to him; but ho wanted tho happiness of caring for hor, cherishing her, rewarding hor faith with his own. Sho hnd not seen that, and it was his problem to mako her boo it. Thero waa only ono way. And bo, In forgotting himself, forgetting his wants, his comforts, his studios and hla mnscullno will heroin was tho blossoming of Aleck's soul. Melanio Instinctively felt tho change, and know In hor heart that Aleck had won tho day, though sho Btlll treated their engagement as an open question. Aleck would read to her in his slmplo, unaffected man-nosometimes with Madamo Reynler and Mr. Chamberlain also for audience, sometimes to her alone. And i since thav Uvoi vniw be-for- Bervlce. Madamo Reynler had an Interest In seeing tho smaller towns and cities of Bub-tl- o r, ..j books spoke to them of their life or their lovo. A line, a phrase, a thought, would ring out of tho record, and each would bo glad that tho other had heard that thought; sometime they would talk it all over. They learned to laugh at thoir own whimsical and then Insisted on them all tho harder; they learned, each from tho other, some bit of robtiBt optimism, eomo some happiness of vision, further rench of thought. After they had rend, thoy would play at quoits, struggling sternly ngalnst each other; or Chamberlain would Melanio In nautical loro; or together, In tho evening, they would traco the constellations In tho heavens. During their first week they wero In tho edgo of a storm for a night and a day; but they put Into harbor where they wero comfortable and safo, nnd merry as larks through It all. So, day by day, Aleck hedged Melanio about with his love. Was sho thoughtful? Ho let hor take, as she would, his thoughts, tho best he could glvo from his maturo experience. Was she gay? Ho liked that even better, and delighted to cap her gaiety with his own queer, whimsical drolleries. Whatever her mood, ho would not let her get far from him In spirit. It was not In hor heart to keep him from her; but Aleck achieved tho super mundane feat of making his Influence felt most keenly when sho was alone. Sho dwelt upon him In hor thoughts moro Intensely than sho herself know; and that'lntenseness was only the reflection of his own thought for her. They had been sailing a llttlo moro than a week, changing tho low, placid Connecticut fields for tho rougher northern shores, going sometimes farther out to sea, but delighting most In tho sweet, coast of Maine. Thero wero no moro large 'cities to visit, only small villages where fishermen gathered after their week's haul or where slow, primi-tlvwns still carried on. Most of tho inhabitants of tho coast country appeared to bo farmers as well as fishermen, even whero tho soil was least promising. Tho aspect of tho shores was that of a limited but con fairly prosperous agricultural munlty. Under the shadow of the hills were staid llttlo homes, or smart .cottages. Sometimes a bold formed tho shore for miles nnd miles, and tho hills would vanish for a space. Hero and there were headlands formed by mighty boulders, against which tho waves endlessly dashed and as endlessly foamed back Into the sea. Such a headland loomed up on their starboard ono evening when the sun was low; and as tho plumes of spray from the Incoming waves rose high In the air a rainbow formed itself In the fleeting mist. It was a fairy picture, repeating itself two or three times, mo more. "That's my symbol of hope," said Aleck quite impersonally, to anybody who chose to hear. Mr. Chamberlain turned to Aleck with his ready courtesy. "Not the only one you have received, I hope, on this charming voyage." Madamo Reynler was ready with her pleasant word. "Aren't wo all symbols for you if not of hope, then of your success as a host? We've lost our aches and our pains, our nerves and our troubles; all gone overboard from tho Sea Gull." "You're all tremendously good to me, I know that," said Aleck, his slow words coming with great sincerity. Melanio kept silence, but sho remembered tho rainbow. The headland was tho landward end of a small island, ono part of which was thickly wooded. A largo unused house stood in a clenrlng, evidently onco a rather pretentious summer residence, though now thero wero many signs of dilapidation. Tho pier on the beach had been almost entirely beaten down by storms, and a small, flimsy slip had taken its place, running far down Into tho water. A thin lino of smoko rose from vho chimney of ono of the outbuildings; and whllo thoy looked and listened the raucous cry of a peacock camo to thorn over tho still water. Presently Chamberlain suggested: "I feel It In my bones that thero'll bo lobsters over thero to bo had for tho asking. I heard your man Bay ho wanted lobsters, Van; and I believe I'll row ovor thero and see. I'm feeling uncommonly fit and need some exercise." "All right, I'll go too," said Aleck. "I'll bet a bouquet that I beat you rowing over Miss Roynlor to furnish tho bouquet!" was Chamberlain's next proposition. "Do you agreo to that, my lady?" "And pray, whero should I got a bouquet? "Oh, tho next tlmo wo get on land. And wo won't put up with any old bouquet of Juniper bushes and rocks, elthor. Wo want a good, round bouquet of gardon posies, with mignonette round tho edgo and a roso in tho mlddlo; a tokon of esteem that kind of thing, you know. Is it a bargain, Miss Roynlor?" "Very well, It Is a bargain," agreed Melanio; "but I shall chooso bacholors' buttons!" So thoy took tho'tendor and got off, with a great show of exactness as to tlmo and strictness of rules. Madamo Roynler waB to hold tho watch, and Aleck waB to wavo a whlto handkerchief tho mlnuto thoy touched sand. Mr. Chamberlain was to glvo a llko signal when they started back. Tho yacht Blowcd down and hold hor place as nearly aa possible. 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U.iSi KV5T7" can And the man that wm marooned, I may be able to learn something about Jim, if he really was on the yacht You can all go ashore, if you like. Thero's a big summer hotel near by, and It's a lovely country," "We'll stay wherever it's most convenient for you to havo us," said Melanic, looking at Aleck, for onco, with more than a friendly Interest in her eyes "And perhaps I can help you, Van; two heads, you know," said Chamberlain. Tho vlllago still rang, if bo staid a community could bo Bald to ring, with reports of tho event of tho week Doctor Thnyor had been sphinx-llkand Llttlo Simon bad been Imaginative nnd volublo; and it would havo been difficult to say which had teased tho popular curiosity tho moro, Aleck found a talc ready for his cars about tho launch and its threo pnssongers, with many conflicting details, Somo said that a great singer hnd been wrecked off Ram's Head, others that It was tho captain and mato of tho Jeanno D'Arc, others that it was a daughter of old Parson Thayer's Bweet-heannd two Bailors that camo ashore. Llttlo or nothing wns known about tho Island castaway. Aleck followed tho only cluo hn could find, thinking to get at least somo inkling of tho truth. I bo-for- o. o, rt CHAPTER XIII. Aleck Sees a Ghost. Llttlo Simon drovo leisurely up tho c boat-buildin- g fresh-painte- d shore. Ho had learnca u on tnq sleepy Cam, whero tho long, gliding blado counts best. Tho men stayed ashore a long time, disappearing entirely beyond the clump of trees that pcreened tho outbuildings. When they reappeared, an old man was with them, following them down to tho boat. Then tho white handkerchief onneared. and tho boat started on its return. Aleck profited by Chamberlain's work, and made the boat leap forwanl by a shorter, almost Jerky stroke. He camo back easily with five minutes to rock-ban- k spare. "Good work!" Bald Mr. Chamberlain. "You havo me beaten, and you'll get the bachelors' buttons; but you hnd tho tide with you." euro-enoug- h "Nonsense! I had the lobsters extra!" asserted Aleck. "Well, if you had been born an Englishman, we'd mako an oarsman out of you yet!" "Huh!" said Aleck. Rut they had news to tell tho ladles, nnd whllo they were having their dinner their thoughts wero turned to another matter. The island, it appeared, had for somo years been by its owner, and Its only inhabitant was a gray and grizzly old man, known to tho region a8 tho hermit. His fancy was to keep a light burning always by night in tho landward window of 1'iis cabin, so as to warn sailors off the dangerous There was no lighthouse 16 the vicinity, and 'by a kindly consent the people on the neighboring islands and on tho mainland opposite encouraged his benevolent delusion, if delusion it might bo called. They contrived to send him provisions at least once a week; and they had supplied him with n flag which, it was understood, he would fly in case he was in actual need. So, alone with his cow and his fowls, the old hermit spent his days, winter and summer, tending his lamp when tho dark camo on. Aleck and Mr. Chamberlain had picked up somo of this information at the last port which tho Sea Gull made; but what was of new and real Interest to them was tho story which ttyo old man told them of a castaway on tho Island a fow days before. "All hands had abandoned tho yacht Just before sho went down, it appears. Tho owner was robbed by his own men and marooned on tho hermit's island that's tho gist of it," said Aleck. "Tho hermit said tho man wouldn't eat off his table," wont ou Mr. Chamberlain; "but asked him for raw eggs and ato them outdoors. Said that except when he asked for eggs ho never spoko without cursing. At least, tho hermit couldn't understand what ho said, so ho thought It was cursing. And whllo tho old man was talking," added Chamberlain resontfully, "that blooming peacock squawked llko a demon." "Tho yacht that wont down, according to tho man, waa tho Jeanno D'Arc," said Aleck, who hud been gravo enough between all thoir talk. "I didn't tell you, Chamberlain, that my cousin, my old chum, went off quito unoxpectcdly on a boat called tho Jeanno D'Arc. Whero ho wont or what for, I don't know. Of course, it may havo been another leanno D'Arc; it probably was. But it troubles mo." Melanio was instantly aroused. "Oh, I had an uncanny feeling when you first mentioned tho Joanne D'Arc!" she cried. "I3ut could you not find out moro? What becamo of tho man that was marooned?" "Ho got off tho Island a day or two ago," said Aleck. "Tho people that brought provisions to tho old man took him to tho mainland, to Charles-port.- " aban-done- d head.-land. llght-heartod long, rugged hill ovor which Agatha and James had so recently traveled, and drew rein in tho shade at a distance of a long city block from his destination. Ho pointed with his whip whllo he addressed Aleck, his solo passenger. "Yonder's tho old red house, mister. Tho parson, ho hated to havo his trees gnawed, and Major hero's a great horso for gnawing tho bark offer trees. So I never go no nearer tho houso than this." "All right, Simon; you wait for mo hero." Aleck walked slowly along tho country road, enjoying tho fragrant fields, tho quiet beauty of tho place. It waa still early in tho day, for ho had lost no time in following tho clues gath-erefrom tho ylllago as to tho survivors of tho Jeanno D'Arc. Tho air was fresh and clean, with a tang pf tho distant salt marshes. A long row of hemlocks and Norway spruco bordered tho road, and, with the aid of a stono wall, shut off from the highway a prosperous-lookinvegetable garden. Farther along a flower garden glowed in tho fantastic coloring which gardens acquire when planted for tho lovo of flowers rather than for definite artistic effects. Farther still, two lilac bushes stood sentinel on either sido of a gateway; and behind, a deep green lawn lay under tho light, dappled shade of tall trees. It was a lawn that spoko of many years of care; and in tho middle of Its velvet green, under the branches of two sheltering elms, stood the old red houfeo. It looked comfortable and secure, in Its homely simplicity; something to depend on In tho otherwise mutable scenes of life. Aleck felt an Instantaneous liking for It, nnd was glad that his errand, sad bb it might possibly be, had yet led hfin thither. Long French windows ill the lower part of tho house opened upon tho piazza, and from tho second Btory ruffled white curtains fluttered to the breeze. As tho knocker clanged dully to. Aleck's stroke, a large, melancholy hound camo slowly round tho corner of tho house, approached tho visitor with tentative wags of tho tail, and after sniffing mildly, lay down on tho cool grass. It wasn't a houso to bo hurrlod, that was plain. After a wait of flvo or ten minutes Aleck was about to knock again, when a face appeared at one of tho of tho door. Presently tho door itself opened a fow inches, and elderly spinstorhood, wrapped In severe inquiry, looked out at him. "Can I seo tho lady, or either of the gentlemen, who recently arrived hero from tho yacht, tho Jeanne D'Arc?" Aleck's voice and manner word friendly enough to disarm suspicion Salllo Kingsbury looked at him for a full second. d g decorum dictated, hastily proffered his next question. "Can I seo tho lady, Miss Redmond? Of Is it Mrs. Redmond. Salllo gavo a Bcornful, Injured sniff. "Miss Redmond, sir, though she's old enough to bo a Mrs. I wouldn't bo much mind hor coming in horo and using tho parson's china that I always washed with my own hands if nhn wnn a Mrs. But whnt can sho, an unmar- nca womnn and an opory singer, know about Parson Thayor's ways and keeping this houso in order, when I'vo been with him going on sevonteon years and ho took mo outer tho Homo when I was no moro than a child?" Aleck's heart would havo boon atone had ho resisted this all but passionate plea. ' "You havo boon faithfulness Itself, I am euro. But do you think Miss Redmond would Beo mo. at least for a few mlnutos?" Salllo recovered her dignity, which had been near a collaDSO in tears, nml assumed her official tone. "I don't know as you can. and I don't know nn you can. Sho's sick, too; fell overboard BOmehOW or Other, nffnr nnn nf thoso pesky boats, and get neuralagy and I don't know what all. But I'll go and boo how she's feeling." "Stay, wait a minute." said AIapV seized with a now thought. "I'll wrlto a message to Miss Redmond and then she'll know Just what I want. If you'll be so good as to tako it to her?" "Why. certainly, of courso T will." said Salllo Kingsbury. "Only you needn't tako all that troublo. I can tell her what you want hivhrU ." Salllo was ono of thoso persons who regard tho pen as tho weapon of last resort, not to bo used until necessity compels. But Alek continued writing on a Dianic leai or ms The message was this: "Can you give mo any Informntlnn concerning my cousin, James Hamble-ton- , who was thought to bo aboard tho Jeanne D'Arc?" note-boo- down below, Bho Is." Sallle made this announcement as If Bho was relating a bowllderlng blow of Providence for which sho herself waB not responsible. Aleck, who began to fear that he might bo tho recipient of more confidences than "The new mhrtrese, her name's Redmond; some kin of Parson Thayer's, and she's got this house and a lot ef money. The lawyor was here yesterday and got the will all fixed. She's a singer, too one of thoso opory sing-crk CHURCH DIRECTOI Cloverport Churches Baptist Church nnptlu Surdity Jeliool. 0:30 h. m. Malitfoot, Superintendent. I'rnyer Mctf ;mp.m, iniui a in po tMimcMiay Society nuots Mondnv nflrr Prrntul Sn nery month. Mr. A. II. SklllmHn. I'rwM Pr'lichlnir everv Hundnv nl 11:00 a. m.. :30l. m. Itov. E. O. 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Then she opened a door on tho right and said: "Sot down in tho parlor whllo I go and tako my Bait risln's away from tho stove. I ain't had time to call my soul my own sinco tho folks came, what with callers at all times of the day." Salllo's volco was not as inhosplt-ablas her words. Sho waB mildly hurt and grlovod, rather than offended. Sho disappeared nnd presontly camo back with a whlto apron on in place of tho colored gingham Bho had worn boforo; but it is doubtful ir Aleck noticed this tributo to his sex. Salllo looked wlthored and pinched, but moro by nature and disposition than by ago. Sho stood with armB akimbo near tho center-tnblo- , regarding Alock with not unmixed with liking. "You can Bot down, air," sho said politely, "but I don't know as you can seo any of tho folks. Tho man, ho'a Blck, clean out of his head; tho young man, he's nursing him. Can't leave him alone a minute, or he'd be up and getting out the window, frail I know," Aleck listened sympathetically. 'A sad easel And what is the name, if I may ask, of the young man who ia bo ill?" "Lor' I don't Vunw" .ld aoiu- o up-Btai- extracted a card from his pocketbook, and handed leaf and card to Sallle. "Will you please glvo .thoso to Miss Redmond?" Salllo wiped her hands, which were perfectly clean, on her white apron, took the card and bit of paper and departed, sniffing audibly. When she returned, It was to say, with a slightly moro interested air, that .Miss Redmond wished to see him upstairs. She stood at tho bottom of tho wide stairway and pointed to a corner of tho upper floor. "She's in thero room on the right!" and so she stalked off to the kitchen. Aleck Van Camp sought tho region Indicated by Salllo's gaunt finger with some misgivings; but ho was presently guided fuither by a clear volco. "Come in this way, Mr. Van Camp, if you please!" Tho voice led him to an open door, before which ho stood, looking Into a large, bedroom, from whoso windows tho white curtains fluttered in the breeze. Miss Redmond was propped up with pillows on a horsehair-coverelounge, which stood along tho foot of a monstrous bed. Sho was clothed in somo sort of wool wrapper, and over her feet was thrown a faded traveling rug. By her side stood a chair on which wero writing materials, Aleck's note and card, and a letter. Agatha sat up as she greeted Aleck. , "I am glad to see you, Mr. Van Camp. Will you como inf I ask your pardon for not coming downstairs to see you, but I have been HI, and am not strong yet." She was about to motion Aleck to a chair, but stopped in tho midst of her speech, arrested by his expression. Aleck stood rooted to tho door-silwith, a look of surprise on his face which amounted to actual amazement. Thus apparently startled out of hlmsolf, ho regarded Agatha earnestly. "Will you como in?" Agatha repeated at last. "Pardon mo," ho said finally in his precise drawl, "but I confess to being startled. You you bear such an extraordinary resemblance to somo opo I know, that I thought It must really bo she, for a moment." Agatha smiled faintly. "You looked ns if you had seen a ghost." Aleck gazed at her again, a long, scrutinizing look. "It does mako ono feel queer, you know." "But now that you aro assured that Tm not a ghost, will you sit down? pleaBo. Tba,t chair by tho window, And I can t toll you how glad I am to Beo you; for James Hambloton, your couBln, It ho is your cousin, is horo In this houso, and ho Is ill very 111 indeed." Aleck's nonchalanco bad already disappeared, in tho serlos of surprises; but at Agatha's words a flush of pleasuro and relief overspread his faco. Ho strodo quickly ovor toward Agatha's couch. "Oh, I say old Jim I thought, I was afraid" Agatha was touched by the of his emotion, and her volco became very gentle. "I fancy It is of Hambleton the same James Lynn?" 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"Havo you seen Sistor Susan?" ho JrWild discover whether ho wero trust. mWKMKBtmKMmMmwm9KmMtmmWtlftKmMmM0KmtmWK)WmmUMHK IK stopping by tho sldo of rrthy or not, beforo giving him mora inquired, couch and looking down on yR her story. Presently she contln- - Agatha's her with his shrewd gaze. It was a FIRST -- Because it is a good farm, fertile lrtnd, lays well, "He's a very brave, a very wonderful needless question, for ho know that slightly lollinjr, does not wash; nearly every aero is n. lie jumped overboard to save a gam a nnu not. seen Airs, sioucinra. Sho had been too weak and 111 to see WkUmmW tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from , after I fell from the ladder: and shook ;tkn they left us and wo swam ashore. anybody. Agatha Agntha her head two to four weeks earlier than land lyintr on northern hill side. 'llMlmmmmm Redmond, "Well, Miss Jjlrat long beforo wo got thero I fainted, is in the jrarden pot of Breckinridge county; t tho nurse wo need for that TssBIBBP id ho brought mo In, all tho way, Susan's (n(j Qn nj SUM 8C,S jrom .35 t() jj.1G (U acre young gentleman over thero. It's con. though ho was nearly dead of exhaustion himself. Ho had homorrhago Btant care ho must have now, day and Agatha had first heard. TIIIHD It is near the railroad. and "My dear Miss Agatha Redmond, gfiltWJtCSmmmmmmi:S!S from overexertion, and afterwnrd a night;nursingif ho gets well, it will bo It grows wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow peas good that does it. There isn't that is foolish talk. You nro half ehlll. And now thero Is fovor." all kinds of grass. Agatha's voice was trembling. Aleck a nurse in this country llko Susan, sick, oven now; nnd It requires a when sho onco takes hold of a case Htrone nerson. with no nerves, to do JE feyg.iCy&mMHsBL will produce acres l watched her as sho told her talo, the Wmmn FIFTH in contll'ns if rightlyand is cheap. It half Us cost. In desire dono. Mr. Van Camp one year, farmed, nearly flush of happiness and Joy still light- - That Mr. Hand up thero Is all right, what-sfm uUm much longer night may bo his cousin, but tho chances nro but ho can't sit Labor plentiful and cheap. Write jjiB up nis ince. as sne nnisuea nnd day, as ho has been doing. And that ho wouldn't know a bromldo from tho meager facts which to her ho isn't n woman. Don't know why a blister; and good nurses don't grow fftoaoted so many a sob Charles-porIrowncd her voico. As Aleck followed it Is, but the Lord seems bent on on bushes In Illon, nor In throwing sick men into women'B either. Thero Isn't ono tp bo Btory, his own eyes wavered. the as If they weren't moro than had, bo far as I know, nnd wo can't "That's Jim, down to tho ground. hands a match for us when wo'ro well!" wait to send to Augusta or Portland. Good old boy!" ho Bald. Agatha's humorous smile rowarded Tho next fow days, especially tho next Cloverport, Ky. Thero was a silence for a minute, tho doctor's grim comments, It that twonty-fou- r hours, aro critical." then ho heard Agatha's voice, grown was what he wanted. Agatha listened Intently, and a HtWa and faint. "If ho should dlo I" "No, doctor,' sho said, with a fleot-in- g growing resolution shono In her eyes ' fZf leck, still standing by Agatha's f m Judge Warwick Ilia UaiihU VI w MUUyil touch of her old UghtnesB, "we're "Would Mrs. Stoddard como, If It couch, suddenly shook himself. never a match for you. Wo may enmentioned Lta you said about Louis, Mo., Is prominently "Whoro is ho? Can I boo him now?" tertain you or nurso you or feed you, wero not for what for the position of secretary of com Agatha got 'up slowly and led the or possibly onco In a century or two me?" she asked. Wilson's I think merce and labor In Woodrow "Tho Lord only knows, but way down tho hall, pointing to a door insplro you; but we're never a match cabinet. harsho would," replied tho poor, that stood ajar. It was evident that for you." assed doctor. "Sho's always been a she was weak. "For hjch Heaven be praised!" regular Dorcas In thlB neighborhood." "I can't go in I can't bear to see ejaculated the doctor fervently. Persons troubled with partinl paraly"Dorca3!" cried Agatha, hor anger sis are often very uiucU benefited by him so ill," sho whispered; and as Agatha watched him as ho fumbled Aleck looked at her before entering nervously about the room or clasped again flaring up. "I Bhould Bay massaging the effected parts thoroughly Your easiest way to make money is to buy land in Breckenridgo , the he Baw that her eyes his bands behind him under his long Chamberlnin s "Oh, notv, Susan Isn't bo bad, when when applying . were filled with tears. frock-coa- t The greenish-blacThislitiinient also relieves rheu- county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal urged tho docAgatha went back to her couch, feelhung untidily upon him, and his you onco know hor," matic pains. For sale by nil dealers. spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, ing that tho heavens had opened. Hero white frlngo of hair was anything but tor. Aevertiseuient. got up and went to tho winfor good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor Agatha was a friend come to her from sho smooth. Sho perceived thnt somedow, trailing her traveling rug after and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and knew not where, whoso right it was thing other than medical problems her. "Sho shall como I'll bring her. to assume responsibility for the sick troubled him. Name. Answered to the the Ohio river. The pcoplo are prosperous and land is cheap. Now man. He was kind and good, and he "Would your sister would Mrs. And sometime sho shall mend hor Tho two friends had been dining on about mo but that can wait. dicers and sundry strange dishes at is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in. loved her rescuer with the boyish Stoddard bo willing to como hero to words Ho take care of Mr. Hambleton?" sho ven- If she will only haln to Bave James tho "Cedars of Lebanon" cafe, In tho the last ten j'cars. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 devotion of their school-dayHambleton's life now! Whoro does Syrian quarter of Now York. They would surely help; ho would work tured. per cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap. with her to keep death away. Whatmo that," Bnapped tho doctor, she live?" Suddenly, as sho stood at wero drinking their coffee, thick with "Ask Clip out this entire advertisement, check thonumbers that interever love and professional skill could "when no man on earth could tell tho window, Bho saw an opportunity. grounds, and wondering do, should bo done; there had been no whether she'll come or not. Sho says "There's Little Simon down thero now whether they really enjoyed It, when est you, write your name and address and wewill keopj'ou in touch question as to that, of courso, from sho won't. She's hurt and she's out- under the trees; and his buggy must Smithers suddenly cried out: with our bargains. you stay the beginning. But here was some raged; or at least she thinks she is. be somewhere near. Will Mr. Ham"Pataug! Pataug!" one who would double, yes, mora But if you could get her to think that here, Doctor Thnyer, with Tho waiter hurried away, and camo than double her own efforts; some it was her duty to tako care of 'that bleton, while I go to seo your sister?" back presently bringing an ordinary "Hadn't I better drive you over to corkscrew. one who was strong and well and poor boy in there, she'd como fast seo Susan myself?" feebly suggested capable. Her heart was thankful. enough." "I was Just testing," said Smithers Agatha was puzzled. She felt as if the doctor. Before Aleck returned from the to his companion, "tho truth of the We have a number of inquiries forsmaIl farms from 50 to 100 "No, I'll go alone." Thero was story that tho first corkscrew seen In Doctor Thayer's step sound-jp- thero wero a dozen ways to turn and improved. If you have a small farm wellimproved, good level on the stairs, followed by the only one way that would lead her anger, determination, gunpowder in Beirut was taken thero by a Yankee. acres, Agatha's volco. contrap- land, list it with us und we will do the rest. r Tnllrilv r.nmnlnlnlnir vnlr-of Knllln aright; and she could not find tho It wns a patented American "But mind you, don't offer hor any tion, and the Syrians were amazed at Kingsbury. Presently tho two men clue to that ono right way. At last money," tho doctor warned, as ho Its convenience. They spelled out on wero In a conference in she attacked the doctor boldly. acres, and lovel iSIn the hall. Agatha waited while they "Tell me, Doctor Thayer," she said watched her go down tho hall and dis- It the mystic words, 'Pat. Aug. 1G, No. 1. A Fine Home iivj. I 1 Rood barn;Rood land cleared,land. 11 all woll from Itvlnjrton.on rur il located; 3 miles from IrvliiRton. Price 13,300 talked, feeling grateful afresh that earnestly, "Just what It Is that causes appear for an instnnt in the bedroom '70,' and took that to bo the namo of 1CS Acres. 3 miles Uwolllnjf: a rooms and James Hambleton lay. She the Implement. Now I believe the route. Good fmnie 30x501 Doctor Thayer's grim professional Mrs. Stoddard to feel hurt and out- where 250 icres lylnc In a valley; tenant No I S veranda: Rood barn wisdom was to bo reinforced by Mr. raged. Is It simply "because I havo camo out almost Immediately and story that 'pataug' 1b Its namo all over Iioum.--; 137 acres under ulow; 100 aures Brass; houses, 9 room dwellliiRand hall; Stouant J5 acres In timber; well watered, cistern and laro tob iccobirn; UK miles bouth without a word descended tho wide the Levant." When the inherited tho money and the house? Van Camp's resources. tionds. 3j to 0 bushels coru and 120) pounds of IClrk. M mile from scliool well watered, a dining-roolays wavy tob icco tii ucre. Uood clover laudone ot tliu springs near barn; on Kurul Route. entered Agatha's room, her face She can not possibly know anything Btalrwuy, opened tho to level location. Ideal and In doer, nnd called softly to Salllo KingsiKalmost tho natural flush of health, about me personally." ' nelKliborliooas In the county. Trleo best of Glen to attacks i,20D; S.c.ish Terms on b itauee No I 1 ,,J ncres mile Kastlime stone If your children are .h, Miss Agatha Redmond" the The old doctor thrust his under Jaw bury. Oein; Rood. btroiiR Doctor Thayer returned to the sick- - of croup, watch for the first sjmptom, railroad, soil, watered by wellt, and sprloRS, on Rood 3 miles frcm pnntlnnpd freauentlv to ad- - out more belllgorontly than over, doctor 300iacres tie ir Rood no nuaru iuu Now tobacco ilf dress her by her full name, half in while turning his answer over in his loom. Ten minutes inter buggy rolling hoarseness. Give Chamberlain s CougU No. near Sample ; one ml lo from sclioo.- - county road, barn cot school 3and churches. stock burns, llOUsU. pood tenant houses, tine clover and Rrass wheels of Littlo Simon's offontlnnnta ilafArannn nnrl linlf wltli mind. becomes He took two lengths of tho Remedy as soon as the child acres; well "3 I'arm. ivt rapidly up tho road in the direction hoarse and the attack uiay be warded 11U w Oood Stockdwelling;153stock hum. laud. Price Stl.ioo. some dry senso of humor peculiar to room beforo stopping again by lmuroed Grows wlie.it. tobicco. corn, clover, ard Mo 13a acres himself "Miss Agatha Redmond, bo Agatha's side and looking down on of Susan Stoddard's place. mile off. For sle by all dealers. erass. lh miles from Irvltiirton, on rural liu. I J. McQuidy.locitedl $.', 000. north ot Price k you're beginning tf cash to pick up! A good her. but does route. Tills land Is a Utile rolling' Hubbasje, hi lance In yearly payments. To be continued not w.isli. Prlco rlKht. Juo. D. thing, too; for I don't want two oa- says It isn't tho money, but "Sho Cloverport. ICy. Jl) acres Nn Is? imrR, 4K miles from Hardlns-itients in one house like the one out that it's tho slight Hercules put upon Ileautlfully located ono mile from ed: one of the beat countyInseat: well ImprovSOLONS IN SESSION yonder. He's a very sick man. Miss her for leaving the place, our old The day of harsh physics is gone. INDIANA farms thecounty. Price No. 4 a live town. 100 acres practically $4,000. Agatha." want mild, easy laxatives. nil level land, uiilranroveu; eood 'encliiK. home, out of tho family. That's ono People Ideal I "I know, doctor. I have seen him thing; but that isn't the worst. Susan's Doau's Regulets have satifefied thous- State's Law Makers Hear Governor Write snot for dairy lurm. rrice reasouaoie. Mn t 59 Acres near Ituras. Dwelling; Juo. II UbbiKe. Cloverport, Ky. f hiroSOtSJ; Ior btablo. 20 acres grow worse, hour by hour, even since orthodox, you know, very orthodox; ands. 25c at ull drug .stores. Marshall's Address and Elect 1(14 .icres located near UuUcs. Han level, rest rolling; soil sandy lo im underlaid Nominees. Caucus we came. What can be done?" No. 5 cock county: ISO acres under plow wiin ciay ; wen watered rrice StoO. and she' has a prejudice against your 14 i.ti.h tltnhiT- will watered: nlentvof fruit: "Ho needs special nursing now, and profession serving Satan, sho calls 40 acres Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 10. Tho In- 0 room dwelling; birn 10b0; tabicco level, Mr 1 7 90 acres well Improved land, ono your man In there will be worn out It. Sho thinks that's what actresses corn, Uood l,Ul assembly met at ten rest rollluR.clover land afor It Is bargain ut 51.MW. Rood shape. mile from McQuidy: all level. presently." wheat and and opera singers do, though how sho IS SHREWD BUSINESS WOMAN diana general Excellent neighborhood. Kino cash, balance easy payments o'clock and heard Governor Marshall's J300 "Oh, that can bo managed. Send knows anything about It, I don't see." tobaccj and corn land; well watered. Prlco vale, message, which ho read in person n to Portland, to Boston, or somewhere. The grim smile shone In tho doctor's lyirs. Frank Hlng of New York Has No. 6 Vio acres mile South of Rock sood level land, 4 Tho caucus program went through in ten int house and necessiry room dwelllnR We can get a nurse hero soon. Do eye3 even while he looked, half outbuildings, Been Successful In Accumulatboth houses nnd senate without a school houso and church lit JJ0 yards. Pncu Mn 1 X "it5 Acres, one mile from Uarned: anxiously, to seo how Agatha was taknu. 210 wc.n improved;and .HlvlS.of Rood plunty ing American Dollars. Homer L. Cook, who was ?1. (60 cash. hitch and water; stock birns sOxOJ ing his explanation of Mrs. Stoddard's dwelling, and tenant house. Prlco speaker of the house, made a M o Two tracts 100 acres In one and 54.750 attitude. Agatha meditated a moWaiting on customers with an Ori- chosen speech in which he paid high liO. O acres lo.icres In the other; cated 3mllo.from UardlusburR; 100 acres 3 dally warm ment ental charm and politeness that Taggart After tho gover- miles from Harned; H mile of KliiRswood Mr 1 O l''arm of 175 acres. Hi miles from to "If it's merely a prejudice in tho wins new patrons to her laundry In tributemessage was read botu branches collfRe. lU. xy Cloverport on Star Kouto; 140 nor's acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwellagainst my being an opera Bleeker street, Mrs. Frank Hlng, adjourned. abstract 150 acres; located on Henderson ing; two goJU hints for tobacco and stock. fJrv O Kouto. 1 mile eist of LodlburR; y singer, I think she will overcome that. daughter of tho Flowery Kingdom, Is This Is a birgatit. Write .Ino. 1). ltabbagotor 70 acres In pasture, 50 lu timber; further particulars. Besides, Mr. Hambleton is neither an rapidly accumulating American dolwen rooq nam aim Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo bud dwellltiR; actor nor an opera singer; he Isn't lars that aro estimated already to land. Price $1.000. watered; 10S acres at been troubled with a sick headache for Mn ) u county, Ky., Floral. Hancock 'serving Satan.'" reach Into tho thousands. 0 miles West of 150 Acres 4r iv t five years, when sh begau takroom dwelling; barns Ha3esvlile. Improvements IIO. 1U "Well" the doctor hesitated, and Mrs. Hlng, who fs a flno specimen of about houses; Rood lovel 2 Tenant houses; 1 barn 50x50; store houso on then went on hastily, with a great tho Chinese matron of middle age, Is a ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She has 3dfiSand4SbO;a tenant wheat and Rrass. the place, good stand for storo: good land laud Rrows corn, tobicco. show of irritation, "Susan's a little militant BUffraglst of the most pro- taken two bottles ot tnetii ana tney Price ii 750, Lind near this sold recently to for tabacco, corn and wheat. Prlco 1,030.. H cash. set in her views. She disapproves of nounced type. She is an advocate of have cured her. Sick headache is 510 the ucre. way you camo here; says you "votes for women," and points with caused by a disordered stomach for tho shouldn't have been out in a boat with prido to tho action of tho now Chi- which these tablets are especially inwost of mites trom Guston. px,uuu Ft ltf0 acres four $3,300 3UmiiesS'f"rom irvington; wen m? (Cf Glendeane, 3 miles miles; branch two men, and that it's a Judgment for nese assembly In granting suffrage to get well and stay watered: lays well; goodyouugorch ird; good railroad; all fresh land; 100 acresfrom cultivatended. Try them, In sin, your being drowned, or next door her Bisters in China. produce the best houso few lu tion; by all dealers. Advertise-meut- . Umber ; on rural route : school good four yards corn, 50 acresandgrass; will lu neighborhood; tobacco wheat to It. I'm only saying this, my dear is a quick Tho first Chinese business woman well. Sold fron houso: Improvements; back porch: room Sloan's Liniment two dwelling with kitchen on lenty lusting water, wen &t uoor 01 uweu- Miss Agatha1, to explain to you why In New York city, nnd probably In this good birns; burn and tenent houso and cis- lug; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side room: and reliable remedy for lamecountry, camo to tho United States tern back In tho Held; moat and hen house; good stable; 3 tobacco Darns; 4 tenant nouses. Susan" ness in horses and other farm easy payments; plenty fienty ot good timber for farm purposes woodshed: will But Agatha was enlightened at last, only two years ago, quickly acquired a OLDEST IMAGE OF A CAMEL otsmi.ll fruit. sollou particulars ucMress good fund to clear, rrice t.wu ft casn. Further animals. Jno. D. nabbage, Cloverport, Ky. and roused sufficient to causo two red speaking knowledge of tho English "Sloau'a Liniment surpaes anyspots, brighter than they had ever language, and by reason of her fine by Dr. Hoaarth Discovery thing on earth for lameuta In hortea been In health, to burn on nor cheeks. nptltudo for business was speedily el- - Interesting and other hone niluieo!. I would In Rulnt of Ancient Hlttlto not Bleep without It in. f stublo." up very straight, facing Doc ovatod by her husband to tako full She sat City. JIautin Doyle. tor Thayer's worried gaze, nnd inter- chnrgo of the laundry. 432 West 19th St., New i'ork City. rupted him In tones ringing with Mrs. Hlng receives tho laundry Good for Swelling and Abac. Berlin. What 1b believed to be the anger. gives out tho checks, receives H. M. Gibds. of .Lawrence, Kan., Mr. oldcBt image of a camel has been B. P. D., No 3, writes:" 1 had a mare '"Do you mean to tell me, Doctor tho money, pays tho bills, and her husby Dr. Hogarth In excavating with an abceu on her neck and one Thayer, that your Bister, tho sister of band Btands over tho washtub and tho ruins of KarchemUch,. an ancient GOo. bottle ot hluan'i Liniment entirely cured her. I keep It all the time forg my mother's lifelong friend, sits In cooks the meals In a rear room, galls and small swelling and for Hlttlto city. son. by an her houso and Imagines scandalous about tho stock. Ho also found the Imago of a Hlttlte Soon after Mrs. Hlng assumed stories about mo, when sho knows thunder god, tho body ot a scorpion, nothing at all about the facts or about charge of tho business sho began to tho feot of a bull and tno wings 01 an F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE clothing. me? That Bhe thinks I was out In a buv nnd Bell second-hanthe walls eagle. Ho also uncovered All day long, and oven Into tho late of quay at tho foot of a hill on which boat alone with two men? That she a In This engine is in good condition; has boon run-ab- out is mean enough to condemn me with hours of tho night, men who are a citadel stood. Tho walls wero covknowing tho first thing about this trouble financially can bo seen enter- ered with strangely wrought roliofs. out 4 years und is a bargain to anyone nceding'a stationary awful accident? Oh, I havo no words!" ing the laundry to part with wearing is a quick and safe remedy engine. Has all necessary piped, gasoline tunkvjhich. And Agatha covered her burning face apparel in order to ralso money to eat for hoz cholera. Women love a clear, rosy complex-iou- . by mero and to pay for a night's lodging. holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolinopump with her hands, unable, Governor of Georgia uses Burdock Blood Hitters is splendid Many ot theso como from the largo speech, to express her outragod feeland a natural gas attachment. Reason forfeiting Sloan's Liniment for Hog Cholera. ings. Doctor Thayor odgod uneasily men's hotel acrosB tho street. In all for purifying the blood, clearing the a " heard Got. Ilrown (who U suite entirely too largo for my purpose. For further inforlost a about Agatha's couch, with a manner such transactions Mrs. Hing takes ad- skin, restoring sound digestion. All fanner) say that he hadnorerremedy bog from cholera and that his vantage of their plight with Chinese druggists sell it. Price, $1 00. mation call on or addross of a whipped dog. resembling that alu ays was a tablospoouf ul of Sloan s "Why, my dear Miss Agatha, Susan cunning and gets for a trifling cost Liniment in a gallon of slops, decreas ing tueuoM a me Animal mmiuicy. will como round in timo. She's not so garments thab are renovated and aftLast mouth (Jor, Ilrown and College Ky. D. bad, really. Sho'll come round In time, erward Bold at a big profit. New York were at the Agricultural Heart Disease Killed U. 8. Consul. building and In the discussion ot the only Just now wo haven't any time to Herald. ravage of the disease, uot. "fown New York, Jan. 10. A verdict of Cumberland Telephone No. 46. spare. Don't feel bo badly; Susan Is gave the remedy named as unfailing. "death from heart failuro" was retoo Bet in her views " alUczetna spread rapidly; Itching SAVAlfJfAH DAILY NEWS. turned at the coroner's Inquest on the "'Set!'" cried Agatha. "Sho's a most drives you mad. For quick l body of Paul Nash, United States At All Dealers. 83o., SOc. & 81.00. lorrld, uuchrlatlan woman!" general at Budapest The body is Sloan's Book on Horses. Cattle, Doau's Olutmeut la well recom"Oh, no," remonstrated the doctor. Boy and f'oultry wM f tee. to be cremated here and tha ashes SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS TODAY "SuBan's all right, when you once get mended. OOcat all stores. AtUnM Dr. Karl 8. 81ms, Boston. sent to Cambridge, Mass. used to her. SkVs trills Continued from page 6 Singer Doctor Thnycr squared himself ana paused, slowly up arid down Agatha's room. Ho did not reply at once, nnd when ho did, It Was with ono of his Hut Agatha waB not listening to the doctor's feoblo Justlflcntlon or Hunan Sho was thinking hard "Doctor Thayor," sho urged, "do yotf want thnt woman to como horo to tako caro of Mr. Hambleton? Isn't thero any ono elso In this wholo countrysldo who can nurse a Blck man? Why, I enn do It myself; or Mr. Van Camp, his coufiin, could do It. Why should you want her, of all pcoplo, when sho feels bo toward ub?" Tho moment his professional Judg ment camo Into question Doctor Thay. or slipped out from tho cloud of embarrassment which had ongulfod him nnu asIn his recent conversation, sumed tho authorltatlvo volco that 1.1,. ! JUDGE WARWICK M. HOUGH immmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaammmm A FARM CHEAP ANDI WHY IT IS CHEAP! I I M' V-jv- I I ci'p-)Ti-)I- i$)$HBEk ;0 heart-throb- t, JNO. D. BABBAGE $4,200 Price IUI $4,200 Buy Land and Make Money Sap-phlra- ." sick-room- Liul-men- t, coat-tails- k s. coal-blac- k Wanted Small Farms Farm '" d low-voice- d -- dtor -- 1 51,-0- 0, I v r j- it ij -- w. ilj. iu - ' 1 " Two-sto- ry ii l- -'l l0. live-roo- m Umo-sto- ue r., nsburR;T-roomdweliltiR- lu. (1 11 Lameness 1 pack-age- s, For Sale 15 H. P. Babbage OTory-thin- SLOANS d LTNIMEUT X Jno. Cloverport, eon-su- HARDINSBURG Rev. and Mrs. E L. Shepherd and daughter, Miss Reba, lelt Thursday for Louisville their future home. S. S. Galloway, of West View, was a visitor In town Saturday. Miss Bollinger ca:re down from Louisville la t Thursday to accept a position as stenographer with Attorneys Moorman & Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendrick have returned from a visit to relatives in Cloverport. Jim Waggoner drove a beautiful span of black hoies up from his home, near Cloverpott,- - Saturday. Joe Glasscock, of Fisher, was in town on business Thursday. Col. Claud Mercer nnd his stenog- tht INSURE AGAINST Mr. Dugan liked corn bread and K ft was five minutes aftftweetmllk. er breakfast he spoke of It, And when it was not near dinner time he would 7TEMl7MrWTflwIjrf SH2SC5E Officers: B. P. Beard, President M. II. Beard, Vice-President FIRE with say something about It and in the afternoon and evening, Mr. Dugan was continually talking about corn bread and'swectmilk. He kept a body hungry all the time. ' Paul Compton, Cashier M. B. Kincheloo, Asst. Cashier Directors: C. V. Robertson Dr. A. M. Kincheloo M. II. Beard Paul Compton 000 Saturday morning there must have been a ton of mail. Letters came In three days late. Postmaster Oelze and his assistant, Miss Willis, hadall their work at once In receiving the" letters, papers and parcels post, D. S. Richardson B. F. Board ' G. B.&O.T.Skillman 000 Representing tho eamo seven timo tried companies that paid ovor $GO,000 of tho loss in our big fire of 1901 without a single kick. Nearly ever day there was only orte passenger train between Mmisviic and the shops on account of the track at Hawcsville being submerged. A passenger train went up in the afternoons irtid came down In the mornings. Friday afternoon it was a pitiful sight to see 144 start out made up of a mall and passenger coach and freight cars, when it always sails through in the late afternoon lighted up brilliantly from the engine to the parlor car. Just a few men and not a woman boarded J rapher, Miss Fanny Whittlnghlll, were in Brandenburg last week on legal business, Thursday night the northwest corner of the old Methodist church fell in. The council had u meeting Friday evening to condemn the building. The owner, T. J. Hook, will tear it down at an early date. Judge Henry DeUaven Moorman returned from Louisville Thursday where be had been on business. Chas. Hook, of Irvington, was the guest of his father, Jubal Hook, Sr., last Wednesday. Miss Mary Kennedy left Friday for Nazareth where she goes to become a Sister of Charity. Rome Burch left Saturday for his home In Keewaunee, 111., after a visit to his sister, Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran. Mrs. Will Beauchampis convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. John Beeler, of Kirk, were the guests of Mrs. Leslie Walker last week. Pal Garner visited in Lexington and Frankfort last week. Miss Josie Butler, of West View, is visiting Miss Cora Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Withers, of Kirk, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard last week and attended the meeting that Is In progress at the M, E. church. Rev. Burns and daughter, Miss Eda Burns, were in West View Sunday. Rev. J. J. Willett has gone to Frankfort as a representative from the Association to meet witn a foreign missionary board. Breck-enridg! Statement of Condition of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky-AThe Close of Business December 31, 1912 Resources Liabilities t k XA Mrs. Blon Beauchamp, of Hawes-vlll- e. is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. I. C. Argabrlght. this week. A. jr. Hardin was the guest of his brother, Dr. J. Si. Hardin, of Brandenburg, last week. Harrison Ashcraf t, of RhodellH, was the guest of Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvington, last Sunday. Roy Dodson and Sanford Brashear, of Frymlre, are in Louisville this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basham and daughter, of Hawesvllle, are the guests of Sir. and Mrs. Adam Basham this week. Pauline Cashman, of Louisville, who has been visiting friends and relatives here for the past week, returned home last Thursday. Miss Emmaree Bandy, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Stephonsport, returned home last Friday. Sliss Myrtle Deacon will leave this week for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Sal-li- e Collins, of Hannibal, Mo. Lee Shaw has left his farm near and moved on the Jake Payne farm near Mystic. Sir. and Sirs. Asker French were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reece French Lo-dlbu- rg it. 000 The telephones were ringing from morning until night and there were many calls for long distance Sirs. Ambie Williams Daniels was at the exchange last week she is one of the quickest and most efficient operators here. $356,773 34 Capital Stock, paid in...$ 50,000 00 Notes and Bills r 19,060 80 Surplus, Earned Cash in Safe 25,000 00 43,204 70 Uudivided Profits Cash in Other Banks 2,031 14 Dividend No. 45 Banking House and lot charged off of 5 per cent, due Jan. 1, Semi-Annual . Furniture and Fixtures charged off charged off 1913 Stocks and Bonds - Deposits $4 1 9,038 84 2,500 00 o ffi 339,507 70. ... Total Total $419,038 84 000 Tho Phelps Button Factory had to close Tuesday, and began Monday to get ready for operation again. The factory runs ten hours six days a week and has a fine business. SHORT SKIRT FOR THE DANCE Gowns Made Without Train Afford Greatest Enjoyment and Are Strictly In Fashion. Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier THE CAREFUL ATTENTION of tho prudent depositor to tho details of this to nn investigation of our twenty two and one-hayears of banking, the man-- n which wo have treated our patrons and the service wo have given them. We invito tho small uccounts as well as tho large ones and have ample means to take care of the legitimate needs of both largo and small. "We act as administrator, guardian, trustee and in every fiduciary capacity. Absolute security and accurate, painstaking service arc tho foundation of our business. These we guarantee to our patrons. INVITE WE. statement lf Short skirts for tho danco ere still In fashion, nnd aro likely to remain bo. By faithfully copying that short-skirte- d and charming gown of tho picture, letting tho underskirt bo of (CZIOIZ3 HOE OC HOE c HOE )cziorzz) white satin, and tho corsage and tunic veiling of pink chirion, with a bordering of mellow-tonelace, one will bo perfectly satisfied. As regards d THE OLD RELIABLE o? Mystic, last Sunday. The Democrats had a precinct meeting in town Saturday and elected precinct officers for next year. Uunday afternoon at the Methodist church Rev. Swift, editor of the Central Methodist Advocate, conducted a children's service. He had them repeat the 2,'5d Psalm and then the Lord's Prayer. He read a part of the eighteenth and niuteeuth chapters of Matthew. A number promised to read the New Testament through during the year 1013. He gave a chemical illustration on conversion, letting the pure , ... me (J 10.11 wuier icjuwciii .t. jiuic iucuu and the vater colored by acid the sinful heart. He showed with this sinful heart all the money we gave and deeds of charity we did would not save us. Only the blood of Jesus Christ could save them. He offered Jesus to the children as a Saviour, telling them that Him and only Him could cleanse them from their sins. A large number responded. Rev. Swift said he was called to preach the night he was converted when only a little boy. The meetings will continue through the week. Services at ten each morning and at seven in the evening. "breaking in" shoes is that employed in th? United State;, army. After the shoes have been fitted to their feet the soldiers stand in water up to the shoe tops, until the leather is thorough y soaked. Then the soldiers are put on a march, and this "hike" is kept up until the shoes are thoroughly dried on the feet. Porevet afterward the shoes are perfectly comfortable, for they conform in shape to every little peculiarity of the wearer's feet. This methodj'of breaking in shoef, white not new in itself, is one result of the recent investigation of the foot trouble of the army, which the specially appointed board of army officers has been conducting. Popular Mechanics Magazine. Soldiers Break in Shoes By the Water Treatment. A simple, although effective, way tf BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits' IRK The heavy rains afford the farmers a lino tobacco season. Miss Athlene Sheeran spentlast week with Mr. J. M. Powers and family also W. L Harrell. Sam Monarch nnd Eugsne McGary Pictorial Review For February A Pleasing number of Notes Of The Flood. Slessrs A. C. NEW SPRING FASHIONS Special Articles, Fancy Work, g and Household Departments. Fiction, Editorial, Art and jNIusio. Home-Makin- Dugan and John Weath-erhol- t, Jr., run die ferry boit in the day time and Mr. Jim Board run the sklfL Messrs Fred Smith and Tom Slaughter ferried at night. They all worked hard and faithful every minute of the time. Not an accident occurred and the enre accordion-pleated dance dresses they ful service they gave was appreciated aro certainly being shown, and sold, greatly by the public, very frequently this season, but as tho survival of tho stylo Is by no ooo means certain, it will bo safer to select Thursday a count of the persons who something less obviously "dated," crossed in the ferry was kept. It was which will therefore bo of use for a a cold, rainy day, the worst one during much longer time. the flood. From 6 a. m. to G p. m. 1183 people crossed and that night from 6 BLACK WITH COLOR DESIGNS A Good Kidney Remedy ' Is Like a Good Friend I wish to tell of the wonderful results I have received from your noted Swamp-RooI am fifty- eight years of but there age, well and healthy has been a time in my life that I was all run down and worn out. My kidneys were In a very bad condition aud t suffered from lame back. 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Messrs Frank and Wilbur Brown have returned to Louisville after spending the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Airs. Will Withers havo re turned borne from Hopklnsville. Misses Sarah Dean Moorman, Alsey, Margaret and Dettle Louise Miller; Messrs Murray Davis, Sam and Geo. y Monarch attended a at J. M. Withers' Friday night. went to Knottsvllle Dud McGsry Thursday. house-part- QADDCn di vunnf iPn to 9 o'clock, 102. ooo INSURANCE! Every dollar you save in 1913 will put 1.03 between your family and want when you meet emergency. Havings account with us and look on it as an a Dr. Owen and Mr. Frank Fraize made frequent trips. Dr. Owen was in the ferry as often as the youngest business man in town, and didn't mind the winds or the waves. Hosiery of the Moment It, to Say the Least, Eccentric and In Some Cases Startling. The mode in stockings has been very Interesting for a long tlmp, and tho now Introductions show no signs of waning eccentricity and beauty. Black hosiery is reasserting Its claims to the supremacy It enjoyed for many years, and lost only when tho rago for colored stockings came Info voguo. But tho black footgear now Introduced has a decorative design In color upon It. Upon the Instep of ono pair brilliant green lizards rendered In beads disport thomselvos, and upon another, lightly limned in sequins, bluo dragon fllos are seen. Shot silk stockings are bolng rocelved with favor for morning wear. Thoy agreo well with tho ratino suit which Is striped In two shades of ono color or In black and purple, or somo other dye as a decorative. Tho fashion for parting tho draperies of the evening skirt, in order to show tho left foot and anklo, Is responsible for the Introduction of lovely whlto and silk stockings, studded elaborately with flashing Jewels or metalllo threads. lesh-colpro- d ROCKS Thompson and Hart strains.! Premium at tho ''Great Armory, Show, Louisville, Ky., 1912" Young stock, both sexes, at reasonable prices. Eggs in season from show pen, also excellent well culled range stock. Write your wunts. Satisfaction ooo Notwithstanding everybody walks on the same side of the bridge in Clover-porseems the ferry boat brought the people nearer to each other and they got bettSr acquainted. Those who had not rubbed elbows since the I9O7 Hood, had the pleasure last week and the sociability of "going over together" made everybody forget 'he InconvenI'rom the time ience of the boat got from Stader's Livery Stable to Sawyer's and Weatherholt's grocery stores, people hid time to tell stories of I884, to tell what they liked and what they didn't like, what they were doing and what they wanted to do, It was interesting to see "everybody in the same boat" and the good nature that prevailed made folks enjoy themselves. Lots of people just crossed back and forth for the novelty of it. t, high-wate- r. Start insurance policy you will find it will protect you when you most need protection. J. W. Letter to Or. 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