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The Breckenridge news: March 5, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913030501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 5, 1913 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL'THE NEWS THAT'S FIT VOL. XXXVII TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1913. ccromQnlcs in honor of two chieftains of the opposition. Pages No. 35 w we derly ana imprcssivo tho Inaugural President Taft and President-elec- t MRS. GREEN BEARD Goes to Hor Her Home Eighty-twYears-De- ath Comes Thursday Afternoon. Reward-Hardins-burg o METHOD CLOVERPORT For Finishing Walls In Residences And Public Buiidings. Marion Weatherholt Attains Success In Modern Interior Decoration. MAY MADE PRESIDENT Many Thousands Witness His In duction Into Office. CEREMONIES ARE IMPRESSIVE New Executive of Nation Takes Oath East Portico of Capitol After Marshall Becomes r Vice-Preside- nt. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington, March. 4. Woodrow "Wilson of New Jersey Is president of the United States and Thomas Riley Marshall of Indiana Is cereThe Instant that tho monies nt noon today In front of tho capltol were completed, tho Democratic party of this country "camo Into Its own" again after an absence of sixteen years from tho precincts of executive power. A throng of many thousands of peoplo witnessed tho newly elected s president's Induction Into office. of tho members of tho crowd were enthusiastically Joyful, the other t. oath-takin- g Nine-tenth- president pro tompore, Senator Bacon of Georgia, and three members of tho congressional committee of arrangements. Tho admission to tho senato chamof the ber to witness tho was by ticket, and It is needless t,o say every seat was occupied. On the floor of tho chamber wcro many former members of tho senato who, because of tho fact that they onco held membership in that body, were given tho privileges of tho floor. After tho hall wus filled and all tho minor officials of government and those privileged to witness tho ceremonies were seated, William H. Taft and Woodrow Wilson, precedand the ed by the sergeant-at-armcommltteo of arrangements, entered the senato chamber. They wcro followed immediately by Thomas R. Marshall, leaning upon tho arm of tho president pro tempore of the senate. Tho president and tho presidentelect sat in tho first row of seats directly in front and almost under tho desk of the presiding nfltenr. Iji tbo oath-takin- g vice-preside- Wilson rode together from tho White Houso to tho capltol, accompanied by two members of the congressional committee of arrangements. Tho also rodo from the White Houso to the capltol nnd In tho carriage with him woro tho senate's ROYAL Baking Powder is the greatest of modern-tim- e Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Heard, wife of G. W. Heard, deceased, passed away on Thursday, February 27, after two weeks Illness due to old age. The interment took place irif?e city cemetery after funeral services conducted by the RESIDENCE BEAUTIFUL con- writer In the Church South. Mrs. Methodist Episcopal Marion Weatherholt, general enthusiastic comments Decoration on his s Henrd was born in Elizabeth-town- , Ky., June 17, IS30. Her father, Mr. Morris Hensley, moved to when Mrs. Beard was only two months old; for over 82 years has been her home. She became a member of the Methodist church in enny life. Her home and her father's home was always the preacher's horre. She sao very devoted to her church and its ministers; always attending the Conference from time to time tractor of this city, is receiving many Interior Is Har-dinsbu- rg contract which being Hnr-dlnsbu- rg N V N, m If-?- "v ' vw2&WSBBBBH fl with her husband. Since Bro. Heard's death, last April, she has been very lonely, ns she expressed it. she missed him so much. She had always been a very active woman; bright and cheerful, full of fun, looking on the bright side of life. She lived a consistant Christian; being a faithful attendant upon the church services, she will be greatly missed. She has been very kind to us, showing on many occasions and many ways her appreciation of our love and high esteem which we had for her. We shall ntver forget her, but shall ever remember her and cherish her friendship. M. L. DYER. 1 JSJvsM1 President Woodrow Wilson, governmental change ordered in accordance with the law and tho Con stitution The Bible which during each successive four years is kept as one of itho treasures of tho Supremo court, was the Immediate instrument of the oath taking of Woodrow Wilson. Edward Douglass White, chief justice of the United States, held tho Book for Mr. Wilson to rest his hands upon .while he made solemn covenant to support tho Constitution and the laws of tho United States, and to fulfill the jlittles of his ofllce as well and as uniuuy as ir, lay wuuin ms power v tenth cheered with them, as becoming good American citizens watching a do. .4 Thomas Riley Marshall swore feal- to tho Constitution and to the people in tho senate chamber, where rXour years It will bo his duty to Opreldo over tho deliberations of the Kgiembers of tho upper house of con- r ,Cefemonles Simple and Impressive. th of the ceremonies proper were Wenducted in a severely simple but t impressive manner. Tho sur- undlngs of tho scene of tho presl- t's induction into ofllce, however, re not so simple, for It was an out door event and the great gathering military, naval and uniformed civil rganizatlons gave much moro than a ch of splendor to the scene. Ir the Benate chamber, whero tho e oath was taken by tho man now of tho United States, aoout z.uuu ere were gatnerea pie, all that the upper house will tain without tho risk of danger ause of the rush and press of the ultltudcs. It is probable that no- where else In the United States at Bitty time aro there gathered an equal number of men and women whoso mes are eo widely known. The thering in the senato chamber and ter on tho east portico of tho capl- pi was composed largely of those if' KpetKlnent for their services in Amor-fiand In part of foreigners 'who a, TV the current BWUiCU piUCO 1U1 history of tho world's lUUli itatiico Arranged by Congress. The arrangements of the ceremonies. the inauguration of Woodrow Thomas Riley Marshall were e by the Joint committee on ar-eiaents of congress. The senate of this committee was ruled majority of Republicans, but Is Democrats testimony to the tkat the Republican senators willing to outdo their Democratic ren in me worn or waKine or WII-an- d plause, and tho military bands struck quickly Into "Tho Star Spangled Banner." Only a few bars of the music j9bbbbbV Vv wero played and then soldiers and civilians became silent to witness respectfully tho oath taking and to listen to tho address which followed. Tho chief justice of tho Supremo court delivered the oath to tho president-elect, who, uttering the words, "I will," became president of tho United States. As soon as this ceremony was completed Woodrow Wilson delivered his Inaugural address, his Chief Justice White. first speech to his fellow countrymen same row, but to their left, were tho In the capacity of their chief execuand two former tive. of tho United States, At tho conclusion of tho speech tho Levi P. Morton of New York and Ad-I- bands played once more, and William A. Stevenson of Illinois. Howard Taft, now of tho When tho distinguished company en- United States, entered a carriage with Dr. Foote's Sale of Jarseys. tered the chamber tho senate was the new president and, reversing the still under its old organization. The order of an hour before, sat on tho oath of office was immediately admin- loft hand side of the carriago, while Dr. Foote had a very successful sale istered to Mr. Wilson took "tho seat of honor" of jersey cows at Irvlngton Saturday. wno '(.Hereupon oecamo on tho right. Tho crowds cheered as Marshall. Tho prayer of tho they drove away to tho White House, There was a large crowd present from day was given by the chaplain of the which Woodrow Wilson entered as tho Breckenridgo, Meade, Ilancock and senate, Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, pas- occupant and which William II. Taft Ohio counties. Cow No. I25 was the tor of All Souls' Unitarian church, of Immediately left as ono whoso lease first offered. She was knocked off to which President Taft has been a memhad expired. Geo. Lyddun for $75; No. 25 to James ber. After the prayer tho Brown, $5'2 50; Nos. 27 and 3O to John administered the oath of office Little Girl Arrives. Lddan, ftlS each; No. 33 to C. Bradto all the newly chosen senators, and therewith tho senato of the United Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calhoun Gans ley, $13; No. 23 to B. P. Wilson, fol 9U to Wm. Adkisson, $S6; States passed for the first time In are receiving congratulations on No. 31, their No. years into tho control of tho DemoLevi Starks, $15 50; No. 51, Andy little daughter who arrived Saturday cratic party. morning. She will be christened Board, $45; No 10. Jas. McCoy, $43.50; Procession to East Portico. No. 13, young bull, $25, No. 73, John Marie Quarrier Gans. Immediately after tho Benate cere, Simmons, $47 50; No. 102, W. J monies a procession was formed to $31. Two of Hardaway's herd march to tho platform of the east porCritical Illness. were sold, one to C. D. Wilson for $76, tico of the capltol, whero Woodrow Charles Satterfield, Jr., who was one to II H. Norton for $51. Wilson was to take the oath. Tho included the president and tho critically ill of inflamatory rheumatism president-elect- , members of the Su- last week, has had a change for the Mrs. Allen Dead. His condition required very preme court, both houses of congress, better. all of tho foreign ambassadors, all of skillful attention by Dr. Simons and Mrs. Allen, wife of B. F. Allen, forthe heads of tho executive depart- Dr. McDonald. Mr. Satterfield has a mer merchant of this city, died at her ments, many governors of states and position in the ticket office of the L., home in Hawesville last Wednesday. territories, Admiral Dowoy of tho navy H. and St.L. here and his friends think Her remains were taken to Leavenand Beveral high officers of the sea a groat deal of him. worth, Ind., for burial. Bervlco, the chief of staff of tho army and many distinguished persons from civil life. They wero followed by tho THE H0B0S' UNION CARD members of tho press and by those persons who had succeeded In securing seats in tho senate galleries to witness the day's proceedings. When President Taft and tho president-elect emerged from the capltol on. to tho portico thoy saw in front of them, reaching far back into tho park to tho east, an. linmenso concourse of citizens. In tho narrow lino between tho onlookers and tho platform on which Mr. Wilson was to tako tho oath, woro drawn up tho cadets of the two greatest government schools, West Point and Annapolis, 1M OP COURSE- rtPPU CAHT5 fW$T fS A RI6IP fcXAMINATlOriga3ifij? and flanking them wero bodies of regulars and of national guardsmen. Tho rSflC.l4 fMJrtl cj t lF D l .' ' yJyA XKtr' I PVriii PCM whole sceno was charged with color and with life. On reaching tho platform ho presitook the dent and prosldont-olec- t seats reserved for them, seats which were flanked by many rows of benches rising tier on tier for the accommodation of the friends and families' of the officers of the government and of the press, Mr. Wilson Takes tho Oath. The instant that Mr. Taft and. Mr, (Copyright.) Chicago Police Ordered Not to Arrest Hoboa Holding Union Cards. Newt Wilson came within sight of the, crowd Item. there was a sreat outburst of ad- j i?.V?MmEv SB ai completed this week In the residence of Mrs. Charles May. Every room in the house is being made over in Pee Gee Flatkoatt, which is the hygienic decorative oil paint. The paper was scraped oil of all the walls and ceilings before this modern wall finish was applied. Mr. William McCrackeu, master painter and decorator, has been assisted by Mr. Charles Hall. Their work is quite satisfactory nnd is representa tlve of the art of wall decoration in a high degree. The flatkoatt gives the home a most hospitable appearance and all the halls and rooms are in splendid taste and harmonious colors. The par lor and dining room are in old Ivory and the hal s nre in palm green Bed rooms are in nile and silk green, old rose and sky blue. "Mother's room" is in deft blue and the music room is in shell pink. The borders are in appropriate patterns, giving an artistic nnd beautiful finish. One attractive feature on the new finishing is, every closet is llatkoatted in white and all the grates and hearths are flatkoatted Jn corresponding colors k with th'e wails. The has been made over in the proper finish. A new hot water furnuce has recently been installed in the house by Mr. Weatherholt and this is a perfect de light to the home. As soon ns the interior work is finished the house will be re painted on the outside with the best materials. Mr. Weatherholt's business' as contractor is growing every season. His attitude of common sense and courtesy to the public, and his frank and progressive methods have brought' about the most gratifying results. wood-wor- helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes honie baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. DEANJERCL visited friends Miss Daisy Dean and Mr. Robt Allen Pierce Are Married in Allen Crider left Wednesday for AuLouisville at The Temple. rora, III., where he has accepted a position on the C, B. & Q. railroad. His father and two brothers, Walter and Announcements of the marriage of Moorman, accompanied him as far as Miss Daisy Dean to Mr. Robert Allen Louihville. Pierce have been received here. The $30 in gold given away free. See ceremony was performed in the MethBeard's ad. odist Temple, Dr. Foote, pastor of that Erskln Munford spent Tuesday in church, officiating. The announceLouisville. ment was as follows: Rev. Waggoner "and family arrived "Mr. and Mrs. EH II. Dean anlast week from Tennessee. They have nounce the marriage of their daughter, moved to the new manse on Maple av- Daisy, to Mr. Robert Allen Pierce, on Wednesday the twenty-sixt- h enue. of FebruMrs. Nora Board spent Tuesday in ary, nineteen hundred and thirteen, Louisville, Kentucky. At home at Webster. Glen Dean, Ky., after March first." The Housekeeper's League met on Mr. and Mrs. Pierce are members of Thursday afternoon. The roll cull was with quotations by Washing-- prominent families of this county, his answered being Mr. and Mrs. Robert ton and Lincoln. The main topic was parents Pierce, of this city. They are popular "Canning and Preserving Fruit," which people and their marriage was was very interesting. Music was furn- young of special interest to Breckenridge counished by Misses Julia Lyons, Ruth Marsociety. shall and Ida Payne. The refreshment ty cofcommittee served sandwiches and success. He realized a nice sum front fee. A little girl has arrived at the home thr drove. Mrs. Joe Fallon, of Elmitch, was in ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waggoner. our midst Saturday. Mrs. S. P. Parks entertained the Y. Miss Mary Alexander has returned to P. C. A. Friday evening. A number of games were played and delightful re- Louisville after a short visit home. always glad to have Mary with us. freshments served. Mh;s Lizzie Hall and William Prout, Miss Nelie Smith has returned home from a pleasant visit to Louisville where of Webster, called on Mrs. Matt Payne she has been the guest of Miss Mary Friday. Alexander. She was entertained at a Dr. Nevitt and Dr. Hibbitt, of Louis. dinner Saturday night at the home of ville, held a consultation Sunday in re-- ., Mrb. Adele Connlff. gard to the condition of Mrs. R. Her host of friends witba Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell leave Tues- McGlothlan. day for a six weeks visit to friends and her a speedy recovery. relatives in Dallas and McKinney, Tex. J. J. Tilford left Monday for Ntvn Z. T. Stith, of Bewleyville, left Fri- Orleans. He goes to join his family whc. day for Washington to visit his daugh- have been there for several weeks. ter, Miss Minnie Stith, and to attend Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnson visited Im the inauguration of Wilson. Fordsville last week. !$30 in gold given away free. See Mr. and Mrs. Larue Cox will lea a Beard'.s ad. soon for Earlingtou where they expect, Misses Elizabeth Crider, Nell Smith, to reside in the future. Mary Alexander and Mary Henry, Mrs. James Younger, of West PolntL Messrs. John Walter Jolly, Lee Hen- remains at the bedside of her sister dricks, Harry Connlff and Bion Jolly Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. spent a pleasant evening with Miss Arthur Drane, of Webster, was Guedry Braralette and brother, Hayden Sunday night. Bramlette, Saturday, Dwight Randall passed through ouc Miss Eliza Piggott made her weekly town Sunday en route to Fordsville. visit to her parents. Mrs. Minnie Chitwood has been ill., Dr. J. S. Lock, the celebrated hook- for several days. worm specialist, will give an illustrated R. S. Rowland attended the annual lecture at the M. E. church Thursday In-- . This lecture banquet of the Kentucky Central evening at 7:!0 o'clock. surance Co., which was given Friday, which is given for the benefit of the 28th, at the Gait House. people is free and should be attended the The School Improvement League by everyone. will meet Friday afternoon at the school Miss Viola Lewis spent the week end building. The program includes curat home. rent events by the league, A contin. Mrs. J. C. Payne, of Owensboro, and nation of child study by Mrs, Board and Mrs. J R. Blanford, of Utica, visited Mrs. Payne. Music will be furnished Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rowland last week. by Mrs. L. II. Jolly's Mandolin Club Mrs. Nannie Wathen attended the and the younger children. Visitors are invited. funeral of Mrs. Green Beard at Friday. Mrs. James Bowling in Fordsville last week. I 1 We-ar- e Mar-miui- i, Vico-Preside- nt vice-preside- B. Huf-fine- pro-sessi- in;-to- wn Har-dinsbu- rg- - V I ii Mrs. Ed McAfee, of Irvlngton, un- -. in town Thursday. derwont an operation at Dr. Simons Dr. P. W. Foote's Jersey cattle sale, Infirmary last week and is getting which was held here Saturday, was a along nicely. Mrs. Emery is with her. Dave Moorman, of Glen Dean, was Undergoes Operation. Notice, Progressives. The Progressives of Breckenridge county nre hereby called to meet in Monday, March 10, 1913, to effect u more permanent organization, and to arrange for putting out a full county ticket and candidates for any other offices to be filled at next regular election, A representative froui every precinct is d S. P. PARK$, County Chairman. sired. Har-dinsbi- irg 1 TREMENDOUS CLEARANCE SALE nanwwmmpamMn" ' " "imwumvtommm i For the Next 30 Days From Saturday, March 1st The mild weather has left on our hands a big stock of winter clothing, dry goods, shoes, hats, etc., too big to carry over to next fall, and to reduce these lines we have CUT PRICES SO LOW that it will pay every one to buy now whether they need the goods now or not. The high wafer, which flooded our store and interferred with business, caused us much loss and expense. Now we need money and in order to raise the money, we announce this big Clearance Sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Furniture, Hardware, Groceries, Etc. s department store at prices cut down so low In fact, everything found in a that even if you are not in need of any article now, it will pay you to lay it away. We mention in this announcement no special prices on special articles as a bait but we guarantee the greatest bargains you ever bought in our Four Department Stores. We have placed all our odds, ends, broken lots and sizes in our Star Hotel Store and the goods will go for a song. first-clas- Remember This Sale Lasts Only Thirty Days From Saturday, March 1, 1913 Only Cash or Produce will buy these goods and this rule will be strictly enforced. .Besides this great inducement we Will allow a discount Of 5 per Cent on all open accounts previously charged in our ledger if paid during this 30 days. Do not miss this opportunity. Come now while sizes and lots are complete. W. J. SCHOPP, WW WEBSTER A. P Claycomb, J. C. Kurtz, and J. D. Lvddan, who hve been in Florida for several weeks fishing and hunting, are expected home this week Mr. Lee Hendrick, who Is employed by E. P. Alexander at Irvlngton, spent Sunday with his parents, Dr. T. J Hendrick. Mrs. Sarah Norton has hfd her residence on Main street piinted, which adds much to the beauty of the town Contractors Hendrick and Compton did Z - - Stephensport, Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE Sell Everything from the Cradle to the Casket - Kbs3K JirCSs-iirSCSC-J- Public Sale i I I I f he work. ' Virgil and Wallace Knott, of were the quests of their fath or, Mr. Scott Knott, last week. K. H. e. " Rev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been a needed and welcome guest Jf; fi in our home for a number of years. I highly recommend it to my fellows as being a medicine worthy of trial in TermS 0l Sale! uud under cash cases of colds, coughs and croup." l and IK months In hard. IlalancQon Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a time with good bankable note. trial and we are confident you will find it very effectual and continue to use it C. B. WAGGONER, as occasion requires for years to eome, here. as many others have done. For sale Stephensport, Ky. who has announced sfi Moorman Ditto, by all dealers. Advertisement. for representative, has many friends JSTSS&TSpySWafS over here who aro very enthusiastic and will support him In the coming Resolutions. primary. Give the young men a chance Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tetch Resolutions from The Woman's Mis- WOMEN ACT ON GRAND JURY March 1st, a fine boy. sionary Society of the Baptist church, Men Inquisitors Gossip Too Much. H. H. Norton and G. N. kyddan McQuady, Ky. Whereas, we the comRemarks a California Judge at In Louisville Monday with two were Redwood, Cal. mittee appointed, offer the following car loads of choice steers. resolutions in memory of Mrs. Nettle H. H. Norton and Joe Stewart have Itodwood City, Cal. In accepting tho d res!- - E. Ball, who on January the qualifications of soventeon women for let the contract to have their was called to her heavenly homo. tho San Mateo county grand jury ve dences painted and repaired to con Judgo Qeorgo Buck In tractors Hendrick and Compton. Be it resolved, That we arc grateful niro, Superior effect placed at least six women on to God for the time that she was per- tho grand jury. Only thirteen men How Is Vour Holler? mitted to live among us, &nd for the wero namod and, tho membership of jury limited to nineteen. It has beeu stated that n man's stom- comforting assurance that we shall tho grand bo thola first Instance In This will this body is his engine meet her nalu. ach is his boiler, his statu of women serving ou a grand his mouth the fire box. Is your and Resolved, That we thank HI in for jury. boiler (stomach) in good working order the example of liar life, and feel It n Judgo Buck accepted married worn or is It to weak that it will not stand a personal loss for she was ever ready en, most of whom appear as " on tho voting register. full load nod not ab!o to supply the and willing to respond to any work for "I've always wanted to got a jury needed energy to your engine (body)? her Master that she was called upon to If vou have any trouble with your do. Led by the spirit of God, we be that wouldn't gossip," said Judgo stomach Chamberlain's Tablets will do lleve that others will take up the Buck. "There never has been a grand San Mateo county that could you good. They strengthen and in- work and that in her death even as in jury In secret, keop a and now wo'll give the vigorate the stomach and enable it to her life, we will all be blessed and His women a chance." redo Its work naturally. Many very name be glorified. markable cures of stomach trouble have Resolved, That we as members of Louisville Evening Post been effected by them. For sale by all this society by our Christian love and and Breckenrldge News one year 3,50. dealers. Advertisement. sympathy and by our prayers seek toj o oiip-hor1 Shehnan, of Irvlngton, a true Democrat and a man who is in close ouch with the needs of the people, and who will fight for the masses, Is our choice for State senator. Jas M. Rhodes, our hustling timber Inner, has moved to the Arou Norton farm near town. ' Mrs. Victor Orendorf is progressing nicely with her spring term of school ! Mock, Funning Implements, etc., for sale. A uood iiuctloni'tr enquired. Cnrue ana meet your old friends. Four rood work UurM'S 1 good work .si.caiu nurse. 1 and brood JWnro. M veurlln. JIulu. " uoou milk Cow-- , with :i line brood Sows u Ith 1'Il's. 8 V Ciil y siioits welcht about 75 iioundx; one od farm Waeon. J Rood mow nj; Mii- H Chi ni. I riv-t- " oth steel narrow, onoCultUaiv.iimi i;uiuv,uor. i miil-iturning PIlow. two tor. 1 Hint..- - HKI.VMIK-- . Kai.ii Lit... 1 mm, vlf.lt. .i n rl left hand; IJK7U.VIIIK new liturgy with pule, ouo set of double driving Harness. I set of now wagon Harness, sou dumumsoi luru, f. 30 bushels Oats. 3 tons of Hay. 1 comfort our sister member and faithful secretary, Mrs. G. A. Wright, in the great trial through which she has passed in the loss of her mother. May her trust and faith in the Lord grow stronger and may she look forward with bright hopes to the time when she will Of Horses and Cows and be restored to the loved one who is not dead, but present with the Lord other Fine Stock. 1 Resolved, That we extend to her famil and relatives our heartfelt symTuesday, March 18, 1 pathy in their bereavement, and pray lng thdt this affliction may draw them nearer to God, Who has said ail things Place known as the Ca sett mile east ' ft work toeet ler for good to them that Farm Stephensport. love the Lord. Mrs. Chas. Lyons, At riMHonsiiile prkes I will offer my Z&Zs. ! BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS one-hal- f Mrs. W. D. Wilson, Mrs. B. M. Miller, SOLID. AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS An Committee. Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits Alethodlst ft 'b t t Minister Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. HIDES Ruse $500 IN HER HAIR of Absent Housewife's Sister Saves Roll of Cash, and Thief Avoids Silver. J A "JOTHING Reserve Fund i "a ( i Subscribe Now Pittsburgh. A daring burglar was outwitted by a woman's sagacity and cunning after ho had entered the residence of Daniol J. Hurley, at No. 7050 Kedron avenue, Homewood, Booking a big sum ot money, which ho evidently knew was somewhoro In tho house. The marauder, however, was neatly trlckod by Miss Kathorlno Scanlon, a d sister of Mrs. Hurley, who secreted a roll of $500 In her hair, which she deftly colled In a fetching co flu re on her head. Shortly after midnight Miss Scanlon, who had been loft at home with the son of Mr. and Mrs. twenty-flve-year-olld is more essential to success and hanDinoss than a neat sum set aside and constantly accumulating as a reserve against future necessity or opportunity. It begets confidence; it dissipates worry. Start right, with a strong and safe institution, allowing per cent interest. v FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :: twenty-secon- "Iioubo-wives- $3.50 Hurley, while they wont out to a reception, heard soma ono downstairs . Going to the head in the of tho stairs, sho asked who was there. footsteps asWhen sho heard .he-cending tho stairway tho pluckyyoung girl hurried into a bedroom, got tho IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY roll ot money and hid It In her beautiful hair, which she had been arrangRepresents the Leading Companies in Hie Country v ing preparatory to retiring. When the burglar entered tho room FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Miss Scanlon coolly asked him what "" ho wanted, and he replied: Insures Baggage and Personal Meets of Travelers. Household Gooto "Money; I know it's hero, tool" mm iucrtuuimise in transit, i our business solicited. The young woman declared the money had been paid out that day; but the burglar was not satisfied, and searched her and forced her to take all tho clothes from the baby In his efforts at 6 o'clock, in the presence of a to locate tho money. Finally turning crowd of relatives and friends. Tl to Miss Scanlon, the robber said; The wedding of. Miss Vina Hall and tendants were Mr. Kerney Pbv and Mr. Adlai Burnett was solemnized "There's a lot of silverware at stuff here; but I was after money, I the home of the bride's father, Mr, F, Owensboro, and Miss Ethel RowUui don't want to harm you and the kid, E. Hall, at Duke, by the Rev. J. S, J. Mr. Simon Rowland, of Hardinsl so I'll say Brear, of Clifton Mills, Sunday evening and Miss Flora Newberry. Clarion. dining-roomvy J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY - Hall-Burnet- t. good-bye.- " i Ul v WORDS ey DENT m 9 Cordial m J Marshall's Inauaural Address to Members of Senate. MUST GUARD NATION'S HONOR Relations Tho relations of this bunk to its depositors and to tho community nt Inrgo aro of a mot cordial nature. Its oflicers aro always clad to assist patrons in any way that will fac'li-tat- o ?New Presiding Officer of Upper House Saya It Should See That Treaty Obligations Are Observed and Wrongs Rectified. The Parcel Post Gives You Access to this Six Its Facilities, Its Assortments and Its Low Prices the Same As If You Lived In Our City There was a time, and not so very long ago, when people living in our city had an edge on persons living away from our town, as regards taking advantage of our sales, our service, our assortments and our low prices. That time is now past, however, since the Parcel Post is in operation. is highly important that you should know that we are affilone thousand Washington, March 4. Following Is address delivered by Marshall! Senators: The proprieties of thU occasion probably require a few words from one who is grateful to the American people for the honor heretofore one him and this day consummated. No senator has, I trust, a keener appreciation of the necessities in the way of tact and courtesy now devolv-la- , upon me than I myself. I offer no Wrety as .to my discharge of duties Aer than a personal pledge that 1 wfil seek to familiarize myself with tfeem and will endeavor always to excreta that complaisance and forebear-aacwhich are essential to him who ably presides over great debates upon great public questions by great men. Divergent' views relatlvo to this body would be less divergent If the American people would come to real-lxthat on all sides of real questions much may truthfully be said. Such an attitude of the public mind would eliminate) the view that this body is distinctively deliberative and not thoroughly patriotic. No Substitute for the Senate. Charges of bad faith based upon an attitudo of mind or upon conduct should never be mado until it is clearly established that the resultant action is the outcome of personal Intcr-,es- t or Improper and dishonorable business or social relations. Your action has not always met with universal approval, but up to this good hour no workable substitute Jor tho exercise of the functions of .this body has been proposed. It is not needful for me here and now to accept a brief in your defense. This body will continue to stand not because of Its presiding officer, but because of tho patriotism and intelligence of its constituent members and "their devotion to our system of gov- ent. Guards the People's Honor. 1th neither right nor desire lo in- go upon the prerogatives of the ident soon to be, I beg tho of the opinion that what- diverso views may be held rela-tthe work of this body. all per- s are agreed that under tho Con- tution the senate of the United tes Is singularly the guardian of e people's honor; that more and more, as rlglileousness is exalted among this people, the idea is becom ing more firmly fixed that It is not "vast territory, great wealth nor large jj learning which mark the real status 4 of America; that Ajnerica is to be measured by the golden mete wand of honor; and, as the idea In her for- ifiatlon was the inherent right of men to rule themselves, that now she can 111 afford to announce this doctrine in her own land and renounce it for an Instrument of oppression in other lands. Unfortunately there is no fixed standard of honor outside the dictionary. The gambler may hold It to consist In paying his gaming debts; tho member of the smart set, in divorcing his neighbor's wife before taking her unto himself; the senator, 'In eliminating DnrannnJitloa tfee Inaugural nt Vice-Preside- their banking transactions and that will be in keeping with prudent banking principles Upon this basis of sound, HELPFUL bunking, your account is invited. live one mile, one hundred or miles away from our store it is all the same so far as being able to avail yourself of this store's buying and selling facilities. All you need to do now is to write or phone us your order today and the mail man will deliver it to you in the morning. 1 1 7HETHER you IT iated with the largest retail buying organization in the whole Of course, there are some things we sell that cannot be delivered by the mail man under the Parcel Post Service. For instance, we cannot send under the Parcel Post any big piece of Furniture nor any large piece of House Furnishings or Household Goods, as under Parcel Post regulations you cannot mail anything that weighs more than 11 pounds nor anything that exceeds in length and girth combined 72 inches. o The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. civilized world. This fact, coupled with our ability to pay cash for whatever we buy, gives us a leverage among the manufacturers and jobbers that never fails to secure for us the lowest prices in everything. And, as we have a fixed store policy to sell as we buy, it is not very infrequent that we sell goods cheaper than a great many merchants (especially the smaller ones) can buy departments in our store. Each one is them. There are sixty-thre- e under the supervision of a trained manager who conducts his or her departments with the same businesslike, systematic care as if the department or departments were their own. This insures you not only of honest, reliable merchandise, but also of prompt and efficient service whether your wants be known either by person or by mail. ! o the world and submit to their Judgments not only our right to be but our right to be respected, we can hope to be measured in but one way. and we must be able to show that the solemn treaty obligations of this republic will be kept with the same scrupulous honesty, both of spirit and letter, whether made with the hum blest people of this continent strug gling for or with the mightiest monarch of the old world. This high sense of honor constitutes tho panoply of the American people. Armies and battleships furnish no sub stltute for it. These are valuable, but the people nevei' intended that authority should use them as accessories to a burglar's kit. of Duty to Rectify Wrong. If any one in the name of American people, either In violation of treaty obligations or the manifest purpose of the Monroe doctrine, has taken aught while this body was de Yet in a big store like ours where you can buy almost everything for everybody, you can readily see that there are a thousand and one things that can be sent by Parcel Post and the impressing must Observe Treaties. But when we enter tho chancelleries feature of it all is that Here Are Some of the Articles That Can Be Bought at This Big 63 'Department Store Carpets Draperies Dry Goods Women's, Misses Ready-to-We- ar We Will Deliver Free Anything You Buy From Us That Can Be Sent By Parcel Post desire to buy some SHOULD you them to vou free of large or weighty articles, we charce bv exnress or freicht, providing your purchase amounts to $5.00 or more and that you live within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville. "VVe Millinery Men's and Boys' Furnishings Toilet Articles, Boys' Clothing and Sewing Machines Religious Goods Furniture Corsets Fancy Goods Art Goods Footwear for Women, Misses and Glassware Silverware Infants' Wear Chinaware Garments Books and Children's Women's Furnishings Housefurnishingfs Js i'Sawn J ID want your business and are making this free delivery proposition so that you may send us a trial order and test thereby our ability to sell you better goods for the same price or the same goods at a lower price. And, remember, that whatever we sell, either by mail or over our counters, must in the all instances be thoroughly satisfactory. If otherwise we cheerfully refund the money. mWr rUil (W4 r3 w k& MARKET ST. ex-sio- n o liberating, it Is your duty to ascertain all tho facts thereto. And if wrong or Injustice has been done, even to the humblest republic, let this peonle be bravo enough and eufliciently honest to make reparation. Tho real greatness of this republic rests upon its un sullied honor,.and it Is the duty of this body to search down rumors of bad faith and dishonesty and to rectify wrong wherever wrong Is discovered. Hero in this most sacred spot where war has been made and peace declared, hero in the presence of the distinguished representatives of tho governments of the civilized world, hero within the hearing of the beauty, culture and ripened statecraft of his own land, may one humble American express tho hope before he enters upon a four years' silence that all our diplomacy may spell peace with all peoples. Justice for all governments and righteousness the world around near Fourth Louisville, Ky No If flM TjCftllfJ pljf" H J 1T I , w. , FOURTH AVE. 0ummSi W near Market Louisville, Ky. non w More Free Seeds. Washington, Feb 27 Concessional distribution of seeds was ended by the Senate today by eliminating from the agricultural appropriation bill a provision appropriating $25(1,100 for that purpose. Among the more important amendments adopted whs the bill by Senator Hoke Smith, creating a bureau of markets in the Department of Agriculture. The bill us it passed the Senate carried $ 18,000,000, an increase of nearly $1,000,000 over the House bill. Important to all Women Readers of this Paper. Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to bo nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease If the kidneys are not in a health; condition, they may cause the other to become diseased You may suffer ,a great deal with pain in the back, bearing down feelings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, and may oe despondent; it makes or-gH- iis irri-tabl- M 301 DC HOI O Mules, Hogs and Cattle We have I pair mules weighing 2.oo lbs., and I pair mules and an extra pair of grey mules and 1 mule 3 15-years-olAll good ones and must be .'old at once. We have I Poland China boar weighing 140 lbs., that is extra good and will be de livercd to any railroad point iu the county for $15. Have 2 Polled Durham bulls 6 months old that are being priced to mote them quick. If you need a mule, boar or bull, write or come to see us at once. d 3. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, 8 miles from : Glen Dean, Ky. Dean. HOE O Hardinsburg and 2 from Glen IU HOE 3 IIC 30E DC $3.50 News and Are You A woman Cardui L H The Woman's Tonic Chnmblerlnn's Tablets For Constipation. For conxtipation, Chamberlain's Evening Post Louisville and Breckenrldge News Tablets are excellent. Easy to take, any one so. But thousands of irritable, nervous, one. mild and gentle in effect. Give them a women have re tired and broken-dow- n trial. For sale by all dealers. Adv stored their health and strength by the Herald 1 Year $3.00 use of Swamp-Itco- t, the groat Kidney, Best News Yet. Liver und llladder Remedy. The best news that has ever come Swamp-Roo- t brings new life and acfrom the press of the Jeffersonian, pub- tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such lished by I, C. Alcock, is the announce' troubles. ment of the arrivnl of William Clinuncy Many send for a sample bottle to see Alcock, February the thirteenth. At- what Swamp-Roo- t, the great Kidney. tractive little cards with pink ribbon Liver and Bladder Remody will do for and borders were sent out by Mr. and them. Every render of this pnper, who Mrs, Alcock last week to friends, who has not already tried it, may address can imagine the happiness in the Alcock Dr. Kilmer & Co., Btnghamton, N. Y., home. and receive sample bottle free by mail. You can purchase the regular llfty-ceTobinsport Club. and size bottles at all Mrs. Wood Weatherholt wab hostess drug stores. Thursday evening to the Woman's Brings Tobacco Here. Auxiliary Club, Mr. Carrie Simons resigned as secretary and Mrs. J. II, IS. Ste vtnson, of Hardinsburg, C. Payne was chosen to act in her place. brought h!s tobacco to J. II, Phelon & Domestic Science as outlined by the Co. Friday. He had 2,000 pounds and head of the Home Economics Depart- got S, $8 ami 3 for it. Mr. Stevenment at Purdue will be taken up nt the son was satisfied with the price, but, he next meeting. Cannelton Enquirer. said, too big a price had not been paid for tobacco as it took lots of hrd work Strong in Hancock. to raise it. Elsewhere in this issue will be found Dyspepsia Is America's urso. To rethe announcement of Jesse WhiiworthJ store digestion, normal weight, good of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for the health and purify the blood, use Burnomination on the Democratic ticket dock Blood Hitters, Sold at all drug for State Senator from this district. Mr. stores. Price $1 dv. Whitworth is a member ot the well known firm of Iloston, Whitworth & Homo From Texas. Co , of Ilardiusburg, which have doue much trading with different business Mrs. II A. G.irrett, of Houston, Texmen of this county, therefore is well as, and Mrs. Isaac Taylor, of Hawes-vill- e, a,nd favorably known to many farmers, were here last week visiting Mrs. grain dealers, and mine operators in Martha Noble. Mrs. Garrett is glad to this part of the district. He is good bo back iu her "Old Kentucky Home," man and will show great strength. Since going to the Lone Star State, she Clarion. has had both joys and sorrows, having lost a grown daughter who was married Itch I nL', bleeding, protruding or blind only a few months. The friends of IL 1 piles have yielded to Doan s Ointment. Mrs. Garrett here have enjoyed being 50c at all stores. with her again. u vear-13.50. Ask the Farmer Who Has One 1 1 what wtudpis tho CiimliCi for bin). He will reply: Sells my products' Brings supplies 7 luiicl Telephone works 4 5 G 2 Gets tho best prices 3 Protects the home llelp the houevifo I nerenses i profits 0 Pays for itself over and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU clu uld I c niton stul nnd send today for booklet. For mfoi malion call thumper Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. mcfi P"i;",i"0fcBl'a, PERMANENT (Incorporated.) nt one-doll- H. E. ROYALTY DENTIST Kentucky Climb. Phone 18. Rctlilcnce Slullmun Home Hardinsburg, ::: Office Over Farmers Bank fin..KM..! Lewisport J CJ,M -- . 00-A- BEST IT MEANS it, Write to us Flour PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep 11 -- LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky , f . - - " . a . THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher 1 Issued Evory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 5, 1913 I . BIGGEST WHITE SALE mmm9mmmmmimW"li ALEXANDER'S Granulated Sugar $11 4 Cans Corn 25c 21 lbs. Standard I Hi Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at the rate of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 conts per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. notify us. D. M. Duncan, "PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY DURING THIS SALE" & 4- -1 Sat. Mar. 8 23L Sat. Mar. Cotton 7ln 1 2b i-- 15 If it is not correct pleaso Hope Wide Sheeting 10 4 Popperill Cotton. Mes-songo- r, i Hoodier Cottoh 5c i' el v. editor and publisher of tho Mcndc County has announced his candidacy for the ofiico of County Judpo of Mcndo. His frionds believe that ho will simply walk into tho office and arc moro than gratified with his announcement which is tho only one made for Judce in Meade county subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary in August. Mr. Duncan is a progressive young man. Ho believes in doing things and having them done. Ho has mado a success of his own business and it goes without paying that ho will conduct tho affairs of his county in the same careful and systematic way. Ho will make Meado county a good Judge and ho ought to bo oiectcd without opposition. A dispatch from Washington says thnt this Congress will end with a number of Kentucky appointments lacking confirmation. Tho result of failure to confirm those nominations places tho oiliccs involved before President "Wilson in the first lot of patronago ho will have for distribution. Ofliccs thus thrown open at once to Democratic applicants are: Clovcrport, Leitchfiold, Livermore, Smith' Grove, Glasgow, Earlington and others in eastern Kentucky. We have another man who wants to be jailor of Breckenridge county. It seems to bo a beloved oflice and everybody is trying to get into the ring. It is a good oflice, gays Dr. C. C. Ahl, who swings into the ring this week with his soul set on capturing it. He further says he has been a party worker for 40 years and this is his first time to ask for an ofiico. 90-inc- quality Long Cloth per yard 12c quality Long Cloth per yard 15c quality Longcloth per yard Linen Sheeting per yard 10c . .tic 10c 24c Bleached 104 Popperill 22c- Brown.. B,ia:r:". 22c Bppe:"' 20c Bleached Goods $1.00 Bleached Tablo Linen h 12c 85c per yard 85c ...48c India Linen 10c 40 inch 65c Bleached Tablo per yard Linen India Linen India Linen at lUc 27-inc- 8sc 50c Bleached Tablo Linen h Ladies' Muslin Underwear Gowns from 39c SI ,50 to Combination Suits from 45c to - 95c 50c Chemise from SI .25 ,.... to 22c Ladies' Pants 69c to Ono lot of drummer samples cor set covers, each, 19c to ... per yard per 3Tard 44c 221c at 12Jc 27-inc- tec ...10c 35c Bleached Tablo Linen h at India Linen India Linen India Linen 15c 27-inc- h Linens 100 pieces of Linen Lace 121c per yard per yard ... 50 pieces Valenciennes Lace . OU j n- - 4. 25c 27-inc- h at 21c 38c 50 pieces Valenciennes Lace per yard 50 pieces Valenciennes Lace, 10c to 15c, per yard 25 gJ ()2u r Flouncing es Dress Linens in all the new shades nlft Pn yard 45-inch- wide at per .,. ... wide at per wide 45c 75c 98c Corsets $1 00 American g(J per yard Embroideries of all kinds and widths at pieces of cotton Cluny Lace reduced prices. vard es yard at per Beauty Jesse Whitworth has promised us a now picture with tie and collar. Mr. Babbagc is in Hardinsburg every Monday. up-to-da- te Rebecca Brashear Younger Dies of Blood Poison Rebecca Brashear Younger, the three year old daughter of Mr James Younger, died at four o'clock yesterday Aged Farmer Dead. John Jnrboe, one of the oldest d fanners living near Sand Knob, died last Wednesday at the age of 72. He leaves several children, among them Rev. Henry Jarboe, pastor of the M. E. church South, at Stephnsport. His wife was killed Iu a cyclone that passed over that section several yearsago. citi-.r- corsets .... $1.50 American Beauty corsets $2.50 American Beauty : corsets Madameftft QP Warner Rust Graco .. OZiZO Proof $1.50 "Warner Rust Proof corset 84c SI .24 Clark's 0. N. T. 4c a spool Mercerized Cotton Voile dress patterns from $3.75 to, each... $7.50 $1.94 84c 9x12 Nepperhan Brussels tfM n nr Seamless Hug at 0 AtLu New line of Mattings from 10c to 30c Broken lot Monarch Shirts, all sizos, go at White Piece Goods 10c quality &tnl 12c quality at 11c per yard Ou per vard 15c quality at 1 nl 25c quality at no 'per yard .2j per yard LLi $1,24 74c morning. She died of blood poison caused from vaccination. The buna will take place tody at Irvinnton at 12 o'clock beside the grave of Mr. CM. McGIothlan. The precious little baby, when seven days old, was taken at her mother's Finis Claycomb Improving. death by her great aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. McGIothlan, of West Point. She had been the light and lovo Finis Claycomb, of Irvington, who of their home and hearts, and was devotedly cared for by them and Miss has been ill of henrt trouble, is much Yielding to the clamor from all sides Minnie Hoyle. Besides her father, she better. He is able to sit up and can leaves her little sister, Eudora Mcfor a different type horse fortius section, walk In his room. His large number t f viz: a liorse ot weinlit, bone anu sun- GIothlan Younger. stance; a horse that is kind in disposifriends will be glhd to know this. tion, and with all this, a horse that will A Texas Wonder sire mothers for our mules. We have The Best Cough Hedlclne. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and secured at high cost the magnificent bladder troubles, removing gravel, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Percheron Stallion, "Canianche Chief," cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Remedy ever since I have been keep- No. 63416, Percheron Association of America. We also purchased three rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ing house," says L. C. Hames, of Mar- - grade weanling Percheron fillies to show and women. Regulates bladder troub- burgy, Ala. "I consider It one of the you what to expect from this horse. We looked over 45 magnificent IHue les in children. If not sold by your best remedies I ever used. My children druggist will be sent by mail on re- have all taken it and It works like a Grass Jacks, but had not intended purchasing one until we saw the two great ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to charm. For colds and whooping cough Tennessee families, "Taxpayer" and perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Ilall, 2fl20 it is excellent." For sale by all deal- "Starlight" harmoniously blended in "Black Sampson," the "Mare Mule Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for ers. Advertisement. Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugJack." gists. Advertisement. This Jack was held at a price that stood us off until we saw some of his HARDINSBURG NEWS mule colts, , when we decided to bring Resigns at West Point. him to our people. So we invite you to come and see this great Stallion and James S. Younger has resigned as Mr. and Mrs. Will James and baby, Taxpayer, Starlight Jack, and the Per& St. L. deticket agent at the L., II. cheron fillies. See our splen Jid arrangepot at West Point to accept a position of Louisville, after a week's visit to ment of paddocks, small lots, etc., for in the ticket olllce at the Tenth Street Mrs. James' father, Mr. Jubal Hook, handling this stock safely and privately. Note that we are prepared to keep disSr , left Saturday for Centertown to depot in Louisville. tant mares at small cost, and bring into successful use all methods that can aid in making mares breed that are out of the habit; and that license fees will be very moderate. (See bills.) lie sure to watch this space and read what we say under "The Telltalo Tick of Time." Busy Store from a dale. Irvington, Ky. at Glen- MMMMHIIiHIflllWi TO FARMERS visit to her parents " "WlliiiiiimMMHfMMagMaMiMM AND STOCKMEN. Miss Nell Cashman, was the guest of Mrs. the first of last week. on of Union SUr. Gus. Shellman Cliff Payne, of Hnrned, was in town business last Tuesday, Miller left Friday Judge Matthias for Louisville to visit his daughter, Mrs. Milton Board, and from there ho went to Washington City where he attended the Inauguration yesterday. the guest of President Wilson Make Your Home Attractive Fino bouses and beautiful surroundinps .speak well for tbo town, showing tbat an energetic and industrious people are its citizens. IfNeat, attractive Farm Dwellings, with conveniences added, aid to keep tbo boys and girls on tho farm. mil( you contcmplato building or remodeling your homo, don't bo carried away by tho alluring advertisements of distant dealers. Purchase your material from your homo dealer; ho will bo more interested in you and will give you tho best advice. Our homo contractor carries a full lino of up-to-da- Dr. P. W. One-ha- Foote lf & Son, Two and Miles South of Irvington, Ky. Rob. Mattlngly, of'Owensboro, was of relatives In town last week. Hilary Hardin, of Cloverport, was in town last Friday. Miss Ada Stith has returned to her home in Bewleyvllle. Miss Lizzie Hall, of Webster, has been the guest of Mts. Margaret May. Miss Nita Beard left for her home in Louisville Saturday afternoon after a two weeks' visit to her aunt, Mrs. Blanche Reed, Mrs. Ernest L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, was In town Friday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Green Beard. Judge J. R Layman left Saturday for his home in Elizabethtown. Tho High .School boys and Prof. B C. Forscythe went to Hartford to play basket-ball- . The score was 25 to 11 in favor of Hartford. Miss Vira. Brown, of Brandenburg, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J, WU Vie XSanAetAs moiejr cmtf,hecqrn& copartner Our successful bu iness men began by saving the first money earn d so tint when a business chance arose they were In a position grasp it. Many senior members of treat firms became itinior members that barne firm bv hav'ng MONEY SAVED with which to buy inieresi mey mm in me ousiness. start a Dank account and seehowhap-pou will be to see it grow: it will be the best friend you have and the BEsT PAHTNER. the-firs- t' a v Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments 5600,000.00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR lett. THE BANK .OP HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsburg Ky. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Lath, ing, Brick in Roof- fact everything to comploto your building Paints, Oils and Varnishes fpr exterior and and interior finishes. Planing Mill Work to Order MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Cus Brown has moved his law office make a visit before returning to their Into the room next to the post office In home. The Farmers Bank building. Miss Bettic Kincheloe is home from Morris H. Beard, of a visit to Custer. The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Miss Clara Eskrldge's school has Co., has gone to Eau Faille, Florida, closed at Glen Dean, and she is at for a two weeks' visit to his family. home. Robert A. Smith was the guest of t Dr. Floyd Gllllatt, a veterinary sur- his daughter, Mrs. Orrin Hardin, Hites geon and dentist, of Indiana, was a Run, last week. visitor in town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Craven are reThe Book Lovers Club met with the ceiving congratulations on the arrival Misses Eskrldge Tuesday evening1. of twin babies, a boy and a girl, last During the month of March the Club Thursday. will read Shakespeare. One new mem-bLindsay Kincheloe is carrying the was admitted. The B. L. C's are mall on route number three, and EuIncreasing both in numbers and inter gene Miller on number two. The exest. amination for appointment will be held of Custer, was in town next Saturday. W. Brown, Tuesday on buslnees. Mrs. Will Haley, after a lengthy visit and Mrs. M. L. Dyer and to her sister, Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran, Kev. Mr. daughter are at home after a visit to has returned to her home In Keew nee, 111. their parents near Nolln. Judge Henry De Haven Moormo nre-IMiss Marguerite Dyer has returned vice-preside- turned from Leltchfield Tuesday. Claud Mercer has gone to Elizabeth town to attend Circuit Court. Miss Marguerite Beavin, of Cloverport, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Hubert Elder. Mrs. Coleman Haswell and children, Coleman and Em in a TTplon ,m fn Louisville for a visit Saturday. Mrs. Frank De Haven is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Millard Frank in Irving ton. . 1 er Frank De Haven Is in Louisville on Rev. James F. Norman has gone (0 business, Rhode Island to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson, Mrs. Luke B. Reeves left Sunday for f uauiBju, are 111 uinciunatl buying i2 a month's stay in Louisville. spring stock of both drygoods and mttl $30 in gold given away free see Beard's ad. Mrs. Herbert Hall and children are at home ifter a two weeks' visit to her parents near Clover Creek. Win. Prout spent th week-en- d with ts his near Webster, Miss May Watlington was the guest her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat atllngton, Saturday. grand-paren- linery. lof The Woman's Missionary Scittyi will meet at the Baptist church Thur-- J day afternoon at half past two o'eloci Miss Hallje Brown, after a weW? visit at home, left Monday for Art to resume her music class. ?i0 in gold given away free i Beard's ad. 1 i IBhe Breckenridge News C, 1913 4K4K34K44S4(ff4e fG&f4S&mf&X-77&!t&(i V. WEDNESDAY, MAR x tcrcd ftt tho Tost Ofi!l"o nt Clovcrport, Ky as second clftM matter. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE ADVERTISING Clearance Sale I I I ANNOUNCEMENTS. Extended to March 15, ns advertised. Articles mentioned hereon will give you nn idea of the bargains we arc offering. 2.50 2.00 1.00 Warvts. I --- ft JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR! The Ideal hand power cleaner light, Jow, compact, ensy running, lmndsomo Noif, Advertiser plenoo notify tho editor when you want ndvcrtlsemcntxllscontlnucd. For Sale Seed Corn. COR SAIiK-Cbo- lcn Peed Corn. Moth John son county and Iloono county Whlto I) nt nt f 1.&0 tier tnvdipl. Holccied whon (fathered. Kriink KriRllsh, HklUmnn, Ky. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO K, GENERAL OFFICES WANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES HUES For1 FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Men's Pants Men's Pants Men's Pants $ 1.O0 1.60 75 For Sale Work Horses. JUDUK II, 0. MUItlt&V, Ct If AFftlnttlMPfr nan uiiihuiiim; tnm fn, l m FOIl SALE Two (rood work Horses, corn twllrlntn ivi VUUlllJf """r t alv fmir timt ..!.. Tm .. nrmtl mill. ........ Attorney, subjo ""to tho iictlon of tho Dcftio- Poll all under guarantee, fiMA....nn itinn, o Drown ft. iv vi av iiiuiiUKuab I rilinrji liro., Ilnrfllr.sburff, It. V, I). No.l. For Jailor Wo We For County Attorney aro autliorlrud 10 announco Product and city Offices Offices For State and District Offices For Calls, per line Tot Cards, per line For All Publications In the Interest of individuals or expression ', of Individual views per Jine for County $ 3 CO $ 6.00 $ 15.00 .10 10 10 P e v LOCAL BREVITIES '$30 given away free. See Beard's nd. 111. 4.00 Overcoats 2.50 1.50 3.00 Overcoats 7.50 Suits 5.00 3.50 Corduroy Coats 2.75 1.25 Duck Coats 1.05 1.60 2.00 Child's Suits 1. 95 2.50 Child's Suits 4.50 Hoys' Pants 3.25 40 .50 Boys' Pants 80 1. 00 Cotton Blankets 1. 00 1.25 Cotton Blankets 3.50 Men's Fine Shoes, f2.4c-2.7-5 3.50 Men's Heavy Shoes. . . 2.75 1.95 2.50 Ladies' Shoes 1.75 2.25 Ladies' Shoes 95 1.25 Misses' Shoes 1.50 1.25 j aro authorized to unuouiico KOE HOOK. of HardlnsbiiiR. as 11 emiclldme for Jailor of llrcchumldc county. Niilijecr. to tlio action of tLe Democr.it In Primary Klcctlon, Aug. 2. Wo aro authorized to announce O. W. MILLRU, For Sale Two Good Alarcs. COIl SALE Two Rood tnnrcs. or will trade for yotiwr mules or cattle. M. V. I'opluim. Clovcrport, Ky. -.- Ogijs. jrooso curs for sale. Mrs. Taylor Heard. Ilnrdlnsburi?, Ky. '.1 SALE-Emden For Sale J Men's Hats Men's Hats & 95 75 J.T. Drane Son, Webster. ? Z. Burdette left yesterday for Alexis, of Kirk, as a candidate for Jailor of Ilreck- For Sale Manure Spreader enrldfto county Mibjecttn tho action of tho Spreader. Cost fllb. Democrats In Primary Klcctlon August 2nd. poll SALE-Man- uroonly Jly price W If taken at once. W. J. fcchopp, Sti phensport, Ky. Wo aro Authorized to announco TICK HKNtiMGK, Negro Kill Farm For Sale as a candldato for Jailor of nrcckenrlrigo county kuhject to tho uctlon of tho DemocraiViaOER" Hill farm for nalo. OS acres tic party at the August I'rlmary. ur particulars wrlto Ulor!!. Pr ,M,, Frank English, Skillman. Ky. Wo aro authorized to announco .1. M. LEWIS. For Sale of HardlmburK. as a candldato for Jailor, subject to the action of tho Democrat party poll SALE A 15 horde power stationery Oas EnRtno) Wotklns mike, in good iii biiu jvuKusb 1 riiimry. Ilreckcnrldgn News. Clovcrport, Ky. Wo are authorized to announco CALVIN ilENDIUOK.Jii.. For Sale of New Dothol, as a candidate for Jailor, FOKSALE-Dce- as, Alortgnges and all kinds (tuDject to tno action or th- Democratic PriII nnl1.M.Mn II tll a ?., mary Election A URUstS, 1013. Clovcrport, Ky. lr. 1 111 Its strong pull eats up dirt in and under the rugs and carpets, dust, disease germs and all. Nfo Dust! onable price per day. Nothing to wear out. Weight only 1 1 pounds, Let the kiddie do the cleaning, she will think it play. You can rent this vacuum cleaner at a reas- Eou should own our cieaner. Dr. Cottrell went to Louisville Monday. C. W. Moorman returned from Versailles Monday. Mrs. S. W. Davis, of Mystic, went to Louisville Friday. Forest Pate and son, Ollie, were in Louisville Friday. J. C. Crutcher, of Webster, was in Louisville Monday. Miss Anne Hambleton, of Sorgho, is visiting in Louisville. . Master James Franklin Ridgeway is till of whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer spent Sunday in Hawesville. Geo. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, returntd from Lewisport Monday. Robert E. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville last week. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, Wo aro authorlzsd to announco DR. C. c. Allf.. Is in New York fora several weeks stay. of Hurdlnsburit. as n J. T, F. Owen has sold his farm to HrecKenrldRo county, candldato 1 for Jailor of subject tho action l)nmnrpntlr. nn.tv In IMmfl.u LMnntmn B. Dejarnette and moved to Glen Of thn Augusts. AGENTS WANTED ly J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Dean. Richard May, of Webster, was here last week to see his father-in-laB. Bohlet. Mrs. A. H. Murray has gone to Wyoming, Ohio, to visit her daughter, Mrs, Charles Crary. S. M. Haynes, of Garfield, was the guest of Will Claycomb at the Neafns Hotel Monday. Mrs. J. H. Rowland went to Owens-bor- o yesterday to spend the day with Mrs. Will Clarke. Little Miss Anna Elizabeth Keith is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Carr, Q i in Elizabethtown, Joe Macy, of Garfield, has entered Mrs. I. B. Richardson, of Garfield, his name as a contestant in the was In Louisville Friday shopping. Corn Club. Mrs. Florence Simons, of Tubinsport, Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and is visiting Mrs. John D. Gregory. son, Hugh Barrett, were guests of Mrs. D H. Severs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen May have gone to Denver, Colorado, to see Mr. Alvin Simons and his family. Lwrence Fenn, of this place, spett Saturday and Sundaywith his parents at German Ridge, Ind. Miss Evelyn Hicks went to Louisville Monday to spend a week buying her spring millinery stock. Miss Elizabeth Y. Skillman attended the inauguration yesterday with a party from Belmont College. IMr. and Mrs. Henry Wendelkin, Mrs Frank White and children are visiting relatives in Gregory, Texas. Arthur Btard and Bill Gilbert went always attracts attention, even if the to Lexington Monday in charge of two other features are not perfect. White, boys for the House of Reform. even teeth tend a charm to the face. Mrs. J. S. Tinius, of Holt, was the ARE YOUR TEETH PERFECT? guest of her cousin, Mrs. W. H. GibIt is your own fault if not, for a little son, for several days last week. outlay will replace all those empty or defective places in the mouth, with Sheriff Dennie Sheeran and Milton fine regular, teeth, and think what nn Tate returned from Eddyville Friday. addition to both looks and health this They took two negroes to the pen. will make. Miss Dood Adair, of Hawesville, and W. A. WALKER, Dentist Mrs. Mary Gans, of Owensboro, have Hardinsburg, Ky. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gans. Office over Bakery &Mrs. Miller, of Hardinsburg, is stay-- i Breck-enrid- ge Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlanta, Gn., For Sheriff Constitution. Valuable premiums for subscriWo aro authorized to announce FRANK DeIIAVEN, bers, liberal commissions and cash prizes of HardlnshurK. as a candidate for Sheriff of for agents. You can make money fast IlreckenrldRe county, subject to the action or tho Democratic party In Primary Election in any small town or nlong any Rural August 2. Route. Sonic agents make a good living Others make 15 to $20 n month on the For Assessor side, soliciting subscriptions. Address Wo arc authorized to announco for particulars: CONTAYLOR TATE. ol Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Assessor STITUTION, Atltnta, On. of UreckenrldRu county, subject lo tho action of tho Democratic party In Primary Election Augusts. Mr. John D. Babbage and Miss Lula For Representative Severs were guests of honor at a splendid dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wo arc authorized to unnouncc MOORMAN DITTO. Chas. Hook in Irvington Saturday. of Olon Dean, as a candidate for RepresenThe Woman's Missionary Society tative of llreckenrldgecounty. subject to tho action of tho Democratic party In Primary meets next Monday at 9:30 p. m., at Election August . the Methodist church. Tlie subject is For County Court Clerk "Woman in the Home" and "Young People's Work. " The literary program We are authorized to announco is being interestingly piepared by the JOHN E. MONARCH, This of Kirk, as a candldato for County Court second and fourth Clerk of Dreckenridgc county, subject to tho meeting closes the work of the first action of tho Democratic party In Primary of the pledge quarter and Election Augusts. money will be taken hy the treasurer ing with her daughter, Mrs. Silas Mi- next Monday bfternoon. ller, who continues ill nt her home here. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured Mrs. C. J. Fella and (laughter, MUs T.iere is nothiue more discouraging Julia, of Addison, went to Louisville MonUny to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl than a chronic dlso dor cf the stomach. Is it not surprising that many suffer Benton. Mrs. Keel Roberts and pretty little for years with such an ailment when a 1RI-WEEKts. one-fourth TIME WAS When pictures were n luxury for tho favored few modern photography has changed conditions. Our children nro growing up, hut we can kcp them as they are can follow them through achool can always bo with them and have them with us in pictures. We have new and attractive styles in school pictures. Brabandt, Photographer WILL BO IN HARDINSBURG MARCH 7th AND 8tli Beauty in Teeth baby, Johnnie May, of Louisville, were guests of her sister, Miss Lillian Sippel, last week. Dr. E. McDonald and Miss Katherine Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Miss Louise Moorman, of Glen Dean. Quarterly Conference at the Methodist church Sunday. Presiding Elder, Mr. Thomas, will preach at the morning service. C. B. Waggoner, of Stephensport, was here Monday to have his sale bills printed. He expects to leave for Sterling, Kansas, to reside. Mrs. Stanley Mattlngly and children, of this place, have just returned from a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Tryus VanWinkle, of Unlontown, Ind. permanent cure is within their reach and may be had for a trifle? "About one year ago," says P. H. Beck, of Wakelee, Mich., "I bought a package of Chomberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have felt perfectly well. I had previously used any number of medicines, but none of them were of any lasting benefit. " For sale by all dealers. Adv. di'-fere- nt UNION STAR Miss Nannie A Hall has returned from Louisville where she has been vis- iting friends the past two weeks. Chas. Basham and family, who now occupy the Bruner house at this place, will move shortly to Malcolm Robertson's property near Frymlre. A. B. Cashman, who Is working for L. D. Fox, of Stephensport, was at lutne Sunday. Augusta Dutschke is very ill of pneumonia. The revival at Shlloh closed last Thursday. Settle Dowell has typhoid. Airs. Wm. Dowel) spent Sunday with her brother, J. S. Voat, of Lodiburg. Mrs. Joe Severs is very ill with a complication of diseases. Her son, Allen, who Is In California, has been telegraphed for. Court Crosson is on the sick list, but is some Improved at the present. Saxton Dutschke was in Louisville last week selling tobacco. He reports the market in a bad condition. Mrs. P. D. Hawkins, of Stephensport, was to see her brother, Court Crosson, last Friday. Roy Bassett was visiting friends in Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. Cumberland I'lioneSS-- V Cloverport, Ky. Estimates furnished for all kinds of work, Write or phone me at Cloverport. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky West Point last week, Charles Bennett was in Stephensport last Monday on business. Files a Big Mortgage. The Cloverport Ice Company filed in the County Court la.it Thursday a deed of trust to Fred Fraize for !f8,000. I of l!' he Irvington Hardware and implement company up-to-date Irvington, Ky., have secured this space for 52 weeks. Watch it for announcements and low prices. We propose to use this space to remind our numerous customers of the various lines of goods that we handle, all of which are widely known and have an established reputation, such as Mastic Paints, Genuine James Oliver Plows and Farm Implements, Owensboro Wagons, Genuine Geo. Delker Buggies, International Harvester Goods, Full and Complete Line of Robinson Bros. Co., Cutlery, Edge Tools, Buggy and Wagon Harness We also carry a complete line of Enamelware, Chinaware, Steel and Cast Ranges, The New Perfection and New Process Oil Stoves in all sizes. Our line of Furniture is complete and and prices the very lowest. We carry at all times a complete line of building material Windows, Doors, Sacsh and Mouldings l n Send us your specifications and we will make a price on your house bill complete and the price will surprise you fr. f- Complete Line of Rugs and Mattings American Fence Salt Lime, Cement Brick, Patent Plaster, Hydrated Lime B. B. C. sadly noglectod you than Fire Insurance yot is often and you aro tho loser JffABTIO PAINT? for 40 years has proven the "real protector" of buildings. Por quality service economy and uoauty of finish it has no equal. Ask for color card. You carry Fire Insurance and why P Bocauso of tho danpor of sudden loss. Bocauso it protects you against this uncertainty, although your buildings may nevor burn down. Do you protoct thorn against docay against tho weathor against tho dead certainty of depreciation resulting from allowing- thorn to go unpointod. Why not P Paint Insurance is worth ovon moro to "Figure it outforyourself" Our Specialties: American Fence; Goods; Alastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges . H B b H m B ft VHi WBMBM. BaV BBbW in i)p inmnHg.ii i)gju i in i iji n JtJKJ.1 i'i' 'iil,nn,i'r l.'l"" '' Miwuuinimw'W IWMW'WJX' iw i iiimimi i nil iiijh vm mn 'PPumipaiiLupmn I WILL ON wfikibi tii')-miwmKnm 10-mon- ths mpubi: nvmwmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmimmmmmm0mrmm Thursday, OneMarch at O'clock p. m. Offer for sale on (. 13, 1913 a credit of 6 months, interest from date a large part of the live stock on the farm, consisting of 5 head of Horses and Mules, 2 old JerJacks, 2 Jennets, 4 head Jersey Cows and Heifers and 1 sey bullfready for service. Also S head 150 lb. Duroc Jersey bred gilts and2 Duroc Boars, all are eligible to registration. this offering you will observe that "Ben" the best breeding Jack in the three adjoining counties goes up and will be knocked off to the man who has the longest pole Would not sell him but have a number of his get on the farm coming into maturity. He has earned for me every year that I have owned him from $400 to $500. If you are in the hole buy him. He will pull you out in the next ninety days. The coming three-yeaold Jack is a good prospect for the right man. He is not a large Jack, but well formed and black as a crow with mealy points. Will make a book this season of 50 mares. Don't In r two Jennets I offer are both bred to Ben and believed to bs in foal. If you buy these Jennets at a Ion price and don't yant them just leave them with C. H. D. Th y have made me rich--i- n Jacks. Why not you? Two of the horses in this offering are 4 years old and are good will business horses, sound and broke to harness. Two 2 year-old- s make nice horses. One fine weanling black mare mule will do to go in any company. I'm selling her because she has no mate. This sale will be positive, rain or shine, and will be conducted as my former sales have, on a nigh plane. There will be no by-bidding be afraid to buy him. He is all right and sound as a cockroach. The and everything led out will go to. the man paying the most money. I D. W. H enry, Auctioneer, WONDERFUL Ctia.s. H. Drury ODD FACTS Color-Blindne- msmS3S3SZESS I Gome One! Come all! let me look the most beautiful, the most remarkable ever. And you are perfectly, dreadfully, terribly, awfully anxious to know if she cares the tiniest, most infinite.simal bit for you ABOUT HEREDITY Cane er Cure! After handling medicine for thirty yeans, and experimenting with it for eighteen years, I have found a Positive Cure for a Cancer and two other Fatal Illood Diseases, and furnishes the very best of health while further taking this medicine. particulars address, Descends from Male to Female, or Vice Versa, Declares London Professor. (One moment, please; change film.) ol after your.... Insurance No line No line It isn't often that ou come to our Uncle, accompanied by such an amount of excess verbal baggage as this letter displays. In order to keep the average balanced, I will try lo make my reply T. J. ATKINSON, brief. Irvington, Ky. too big too small Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the United States. All been tried and gave perfect satisfaction. L. C. TAUL Cloverport, Agent Ky. czuoizz) o o o BALL cuonz) o & MILLER livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky CZH0C3000lfCZ30IZD FOR SALE. Good llutchtr Outfit on Main street in IruiiKton, K , doing good lmiiiics. Splendid opining for good butcher. Geo. Thompson, Irvington, Ky. Adjectivcly Speaking. My Dear Nephew Of course I might have expected It. The young lady la the case, It seems, Is main issue is as stated above, and is so understood by the Democrats of Kentucky. Mr. Beckham can well afford to base his claims for nomination upon his distinguished public services and his exceptional fitness for the office he seeks. But the Democratic party in Kentucky must settle for itself this old question of the election of V. O. Bradley. Therefore, every Democrat who approves of the course of Lillard, McNutt, Charlton and Mueller will vote The Mothers' Favorite. against Mr. Beckham, and those who A cough medicine for children should conduct of those men will be harmless. It should bo pleasant to denounce the say so at the polls. Louisville Post. take. It should be effectual. Chamber ' The Forty Year Test. Iain's Cough Remedy is all of this and Doan's Regulots are recommended An article must have exceptional is the mothers' favorite everywhere. by many who say they operate easily, merit to survive for h neriod of forty For sale by all dealers. Adv. without griping and without bad after years. Clmuberlaln's Cough Remedv was first ottered to the public In I872. effects. 25c at all drug stores. Adv. From a small beginning It has grown The Senatorial Race. In favor and popularity until it has attained a world wide reputation. You All factions of the Boyle county Pension Act Questioned. will find nothing better for a cough or Democracy have united to make Boyle Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 2s. In response cold. Try it and you will understanl county the banner Beckham county in to the question raised by his bondsmen, why It is a favorite after a period of the State in the primary to bo held in Auditor Henry M. Bosworth addressed more than forty, years. It not only gives relief it cUres. For sale by all August. a letter today to Attorney General Juf. dealers. Adv Boyle county is the home of E. W. Garnett, asking for an opinion as to the Lillard, wno was eleced as a Democrat constitutionality of the act of the last and who later, with McNutt, Ciiarlton Legislature providing pensions for in- PLAN TO AID CAR EMPLOYES and Mueller, of Louisville, voted to digent Confederate soldiers. Sys- Offer to Inaugurate make W, O. Bradley Senator from In the letter the Auditor snys he is in tern Whereby Workers May Pur- Kentucky. The position of the Demo- hearty sympathy with the purpose of chase Necessities at Cost. crats of Boyle is that the August pri- the legislative net, but as the question mary affords the time and place for has been rnlsed as to its legality, he New York. Tho Inauguration of a making a tout of public sentiment upon takes this step only to protect himself plan for all employes of tho New York subway and elevated that act of treachery. ami his bondsmen. and tho surface lines of tho New Mr. Beckham is again a candidate for None of the pensions have been paid lines Railways company which will York Senator. He is opposed, in the main, yet, and the present estimate is that ouablo thorn to purchaso at cost the by the men mid influences that, acting they will amount to at least $300,000 a necessities of life, was announced by upon four Democratic Legislators, made year when oil of them are passed upon. Theodore P. Shouts, president of tho Mr. Bradley, u Republican, Senator, by Interborouglt Hapld Transit company the aid of Democratic votes. Do the For any pain, burn, scald pr bruise, and ulllllnted lines. Democrnts of Kentucky propose to in apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil tho An Increase qf wages amounting to dorse the nctlon of Lillard, McNutt, household remedy. Two sizes 25c and $150,000 a year also was announcod, o affecting about 3,500 mqn on the Charlton and Mueller? That is the 50c at all drug stores. Adv. Unas. to be determined in the Demquestion After tho approval of tho employes ocratic primary in August, and the New Zealand Railroads. Is received a store will bo established Now Zoaland now has ovor 2,760 Democrnts of the home county of E. W. stocked as a general grocery and meat miles of railroad. Electrification of market. It Is declared that a saving Lillard are preparing their answer. Futile attempts may be made to bring certa'n sections is now under of from 20 to 30 per cent, would result other issues Into this canvass, but the to tho erauloyee. color-blind color-blindnesd The best way to find out if she does care for you, strange as it may seem, can be summed up in three words: GO ASK HER. When this brilliant thought sinks through your sentiment-saturatesoul, you can let me know whether I shall s send condolences or a vase. Your Uncle Fuller in Paragrafs Whitaker l'aper Co cut-gla- London. Lecturing at tlm Royal Institute on "Heredity of Sex," Prof. HateBon relates some curious facts which have been discovered as a result of examining several generations of a family in which appeared. A woman, he said, Is very rarely found and she always Is a daughter of a man. Hen sons and, daughters would be normal, her son's families would be normal, but If her daughter had sons, they would bo found to be normal and in equal numbers. A curious anomaly with reference to appeared in twins. They were girls, exactly alike In np- pearance, but one was and tho other was not, No explanation of this exception had been found, Prof. Bateson said thero Is a popular belief that sons In certain respects took after mothers and daughters after fathers. Within a rcasonablo ran go of speculation this is true, he said. color-blindne- Your J grf -- a The J Sanitary Durable Flat Oil color-blin- d color-blin- d Ceilings With ,r" lead-and-o- Finish s PEE GEE FLATK0ATT toots better. )atta longer, and is consequently moro satisfactory and il than wall paper, kalsoinlue, paints or any other wall finish. "Modern Method of Finithing YVaIJ." our beautiful book with actual color combinations ana practical suggestions, free oa request from our doalor In your town.l oconomical MANUFACTURED Peaslee-Gflulbert DY color-blin- d KQR SALE BY (o. M, Weatherholt, Clowporl, Ky. lNCORrOIUTED Louisville, Ky. IqI tVff bTbbbvII Louisville Automobile Show Exhibit ol All Leadlag Amerlcaa Cars, Melercycles, Sundries, Accessaries, Etc. sur-fac- H Wjj SL ARMORY S . .1 ! ELABORATE DECORATIONS OKIESTRA CHtCttTI &J3A4H mm fiB1 '"Klf In Stolen Singer By Martha Bellinger (Uupyilgbt, The Urow." bo mado to pay for it. "Even I wns puzzled," smiled Agatha. "I thought sho was Bomo ono I mi, ibo Uubbi-Morrl- Cotnpnj) CHAPTER XXI. Jimmy Rcdlvlus. It tho occupants of tho old red houso felt inclined to draw a long breath and rest on their oars after their nnxloty and recent excitement, Agatha's manager was ablo to supply a powerful antidote. Ho wan restlessness incarnate. Ho was combining a belated summor holiday with what ho considered to bo good business, "seeing" not only his pylma donna Bccludod at Illon, but other important people all tho way from Portland to Halifax. Whon ho heard that tho man who ran off with his racing car was also responsiblo for tho mysterious departure of Miss Redmond, his excitement was great. "You mean to say that you wero picked up and drugged in broad daylight in New York?" ho demanded of Agatha. "Practically that" "And you escaped?" "The yacht foundered." "And that scamp walked right into your hands and you lot him go?" Agatha forced a rueful smilo. "I confess I'm not much used to catching criminals." Mr. Straker paused, lacking words to express his outraged spirit. "I don't mean you, of course. This whole outfit here what aro they doing? Think they're put on In a walking part, eh? Don't they know enough to go in out of the rain?" Getting no reply to his fuming, ho came down from his high horse, curiosity Impelling. "What'd ho kidnap you for ransom?" "No. It seems that ho mistook mo for Miss Reynier the lady out thero on tho lawn talking with Mr. Van over-muc- h ft Camp." Mr. Straker bent his Intent out of the window. gazo "I don't see any resemblance at His crusty manner implied that AgAtha, or somebody, was to blamo for. all the Roll ' troiihln and nlinuld all.' "NonsonBo!" growled Mr. Straker. "Anybody with two eyes could seo tho difference. Sho's older, and heavier. What did tho scoundrol want with her?" "I don't know. Sho'B a princess or something." Mr. Straker Jumped. "Sho is!" ho cried. "Lord, why didn't you toll mo?" "I'm trying to." "Advertising!" ho shouted Joyfully. "Jimmlny Christmas t We'll mako it up nil this time lost. Princess who? Whoro from 7 I guess you do look like her, after all. I see It all now ! 'Strango confusion of identity! Which is tho princess?' It'll draw crowds thousands." Agntfia escaped, leaving Mr. Straker to collect from others the details of his advertising story, which ho dhl with surprising spoed and accuracy. By tho next morning ho had pumped Salllo, Doctor Thayer and Aleck Van Camp, and had extracted tho promlso of an interviow from Miss Reynier herself. Tho only really unsatisfactory subject of Investigation was Mr. Hand, whom Straker watched for a day or two with growing suspicion. Straker enough, had Hputtered, over tho "accident" to his racing-car- , and had taken It for granted, in rather manner, that Mr. Hand a was to mako repairs. His manner toward tho chauffeur was not pleasant, being a combination of tho patron and tho bully. It was exactly tho sort of war, manner to precipitate civil though diplomacy might rervo to cover tho breach for a time. lgnominiously But tho racing-car- , towed home by Miss Reynier's white machine, stood undisturbed In ono of the open carriage sheds by tho church. Eluded by Hand for the Bpaco of twenty-fouhours, and finding that the injury to tho par was beyond his own mechanical skill to repair, Mr. Straker sent peremptory word to Charlesport and to tho Hillside for the services of a mechanician, without satisfaction. Little Simon thought the matter was beyond him, but informed Mr. Straker that perhaps the engineer at the quarry a native who had "been to Boston" and qualified as chauffeur would como and look at It. "Then for Heaven's sake, colonel, get him to como and be quick about "And t'ell it," adjured Mr. for for me that there's him him if he'll mako the thing right." "He'll charge you two dollars an hourv including time on tho road," solemnly announced Little Simon, unimpressed by anv mention of the Ions- head-linesgood-naturall- y high-hnnded Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a quick IWORTH OF SHOES To Go At Oost And Under! Greatest Leather Shoe Sale Ever Known in Brecken- ridge and Hancock Counties! Shoes for Men, Women, Boys and Girls and Little Child- $4,000 and reliable remedy for lameness in horses and other farm animals. "Sloan' I.lnlment orp.ic anything on enrth. lor l.imcnesa In liorup ami other lurn ntlmefi. I w.mM stable." But leci) rltlu.at Itlm Mautix 1oyi.e. VXl VCett 10th St., Now York fit. Good for Swelling and Abicen. Mil. It. M Own, of Lawronco, Kan , R.K.I)., No 3,wrlte: "I hadamaro with nn alivM on tier neck ail ono roc.bottleof Sloan'a Liniment entirfly tho t curd her. I keep It nil and forma for everyulUn as itnlls and amitll thing about tho stock.1' SLOANS LINIMENT is a quick and safe remedy ren all going at cost and under. $3.50 shoes will be sold for $2.85 and less; $3.00 shoes will go for $2.25 and less. I must make room for a large line of Spring Shoes. for hog cholera. Gorernor of Georgia met Sloan' Liniment for Hog Cholera. " I hoard Gov. Tlrowu (who I quite a farmer) say that ho had never lojt a hog from cholera and that hi remedy always wa a tahlojpoonf ul of Sloan's Liniment in a gallon of dop, decreasing tho doo as tho animal Improved. myelf Iist month Gov. Urown nnd Colleco were nt tho .Agricultural building and In tho discission of the ravages of tho dlnoaso, Gov. Urown gavo the remedy named as unfailing." RUBBERS! We RUBBERS! 69 will be included in this Clearance Sale which begins Thursday, March in our Shoe Department. 1913 satis-factori- ly " OlMKRYKll." SAVAMfAii Daily News. At All Dealers. S5c, r BOc. & 81.00. Sloin's Book on ItorK-s- . Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. are ready to serve you promptly and Don't Wait Until Your Size is Gone Before You Look at Them! yenow. una Llttlo Simon "llkea,- - no could probably have mended tho car himself, but Mr. Strakcr's manner, so effective on Broadway, was not to tho taste of theso country people. Ho thought of them in their poverty as "peasants," but without the kindliness of the born gentleman. What Aleck Van Camp could have got for love, Mr. Straker could not buy; and ho was at last obliged to appeal to Hand through Agatha's agency. "I'll look nt it again." Hand replied shortly, when Agatha addressed him on tho subject. Tho car being temporarily out of commission, it was necessary for Mr. Straker to adopt some other means of making himself and everybody about him extremely busy. IIo took a fancy for yachting, and got himself diligently instructed in an nrt which, of all arts, must bo absorbed with the mother's milk, taken with the three R's and followed with enthusiastic devotion. In Mr. Straker every qualification for seamanship was lacking Bave enthusiasm, but as ho himself never discovered thin fact, his amour propre did not suffer, and his compan Ions were partly relieved of tho burPresently den of his entertainment. he made up his mind that it was timo for him to seo Jimmy. His nose, grained for scenting news, led him inevitably to tho chief actor in the unusual drama which had indirectly involved his own fortunes, and he saw no reason why ho Bhould not follow it at once. "You'd better wait a while," cautioned Doctor Thayer. "That young man pumped his heart dry as a seed-poand got Bomo fever germs on top of that. He isn't fit to stand tho third degree just yot." "I'm not going to glvo him any third degree, not a bit of it. 'Hero! Saved a Princess!' and all that. That's what's comlirg to him as soon a3 tho newspapers get hold of it. But I want to know how ho did it, and what ho did It for. Tell him to buck up." Jimmy did buck up, though Mr. Straker's message still remains to be delivered. Ho gathered his forces and exhibited such recuporatlvo abilities as to astonish the old red house and all Illon. Doctor Thayer and each of his nurses in turn unconsciously assumed credit for tho good work, and Salllo Kingsbury took a good share of prido in his satisfactory recovery. "Two alga regular," she would say, with all a housokeopor's glory in her guests' enjoyment of food. There was enough credit to go round, Indeed, and Jimmy presently became the animated and Interesting center of tho family. Ho might havo been a new baby and his bedroom tho sacred nursery. Ho was being spoiled every hour of tho day. "Did he havo a good night?" Agatha would anxiously Inquire of Mr. Hand. "Can't tell which la night; ho sleeps all tho timo," would be tho tenor of Mr. Hand's reply. Or Salllo would ask, as it her fate depended on the answer, "Did ho oat that nico piece or chicken, Aunt Susan?" And Mrs. Stoddard would say, "Eat it! It disappeared so quick I thought he'd choke. Wanted threo mora Just llko It, but I told him that invalids woro could only havo ono like puppy-dog- s meal a day." "Well, how'd ho tako that?" askod tho interested Salllo. "Ho said it I thought ho was an invalid any longer I had another guess coming. Says he'll bo up and into his clothes by tomorrow, and is going to take care of me. Saya I'm pale and , whatever that Is." nwd a To be coatlnued d, Selz Shoes, Godman Shoes and other good makes going at wonderfully low prices 1 M &l Str-ake- r. long-yello- Brown, Julian H.Kentucky Cloverport, SELECTION OF ONIONS in Send- A VnJ 1 I I A III Pays Well to Be Careful ing to Market. rk 9 K f y xtMKSm x 1&SS4BBiSl82&P Should Be Picked When Bulbs Begin to Show Slightly Rounded Bottoms Demand Is for Fresh- Jlims 3 est and Neatest Appearing. (By LAVILLA WRIGHT MACOMBER.) Having discovered, after several sea- Smoke Pleasure and other Pleasures for the Man Who Smokes e 0fJtjttfA4y I ri til SuM. IiSIUaJLUVU There is smoke pleasure in this pure old Virginia and North Carolina bright leaf. Thousands prefer it to any other pipe tobacco. Thoroughly aged and stemmed and then granulated. A perfect pipe tobacco nothing better rolled as a cigarette. One and a half ounces of this choice tobacco cost only 5c, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette papers FREE. The other pleasures are the presents that are secured with the coupons in each sack of Liggett $ Myers Duke's Mixture. These presents delight old and young. Think of the pleasure that you and your friends can get from a talking machine, free, or such articles as fountain pens, , balls, skates, cut glass, china, silverware, tennis racquets, nsmnjj rods, furniture, etc. sons of experience, that large sized sets yield better than the small ones and occupy no more space, wo sort out our small, oven sized Bets in early spring and Bell to the stores retaining all tho medium or largo left over onions to set for marketing. Often grocers who have a largo amount of grown onions left over in their cellars are glad to get rid of them for llttlo or nothing and they make tho best of sets even when tho sprouts aro spindled, for they soon straighten out of doors and havo nearly a week tho start of those not already Bprouted. Wo set our onions Just as soon as tho ground can bo plowed and roughly leveled, leaving enough space between tho closely sot rows to. cultivate with a weod hoe. A cold snap or light Our ohions aro placed on tho market as soon as tho bulbs begin to show slightly rounded bottoms and our customers prefer them at that stage rather than when tho bottoms aro nicely rounded and the onion flavor more pronounced. The extremo tips of tho bunch only aro clipped to give a neater appearanco and they aro tied well down onto tho tops that the string may not cut Into tho tender white part As our orders aro usually sent in tho day before, tho onions aro pulled in tho evening and left standing bottoms down In tubs of water over night. Tho water loosens tho rotten outside skins, which may bo easily slipped down and tho roots clipped (not too closely or tho cut ends will curl back) with a stout sharp knife. Tho soaking over night is a valuablo r especially when largo orders must bo delivered for tho early morning trado. Our onions aro sent to market in lots of a dozen bunches each, wrap-noin Dlain wranning paper and tied loosely with stout cord, to provent dust from settling on them in transit. Tho yellow Danvers variety is our favorite for green onions, of their quick and uniform growth, fresh white color and mild labor-saved be-cau- Colored Folks News. Lena Claycomb Williams was burned to death in Louisville and buried here yesterday. She was the daughter of Martha Ann Walker. Jellie Satterfleld died of consumption at the home of her sister, Nannie terfleld. Sat- Josic Fisher Heston returned to Cincinnati today. She took her sister, Nee Fisher, who has been very UJ, home with her. HUSBAND TIRED OF SEEING HER SUFFER Procured Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which made His Wife a Well Woman. Middletown, Pa. "I had headache, backache and such awful bearing down pains that I could not be on my feet at times and I had organic inflammation so badly that I was not able to do my work. I could not get a good meal for my husband and one child. My neighbors said they thought my suffering was terrible. " My husband got tired of seeing me suffer and one night went to tho drugstore and got me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and told mo I must take it I can't tell you. all I suffered and I can't tell you all that your medicine has done for me. I was greatly benefited from tho first and it lias mado me u well woman. I can do nil my housework and even helped soma of my friends as well. I think it is & wonderful help to all suffering women. I have got several to take it after seeing what it has done for me." Mrs. Emma Espcnsiiadk, Middletown, Pa. 21!) Unquestionably It pays to bo particular whon preparing vegetables for market, for thoso of tho freshest and neatest appearanco aro always sought for whllo tho caroloss peddler, who brings In half cleaned, unevon bunches sometimes none to fresh and covered with dust, has some to tako back. flavor. Don't You Believe It. Some say that chronic constipation BBf 'j J BBBBB(tapKPBBj cannot be cured. Don't you believe it. Chamberlain's Tablets havo cured others why not you? Give them a trial. They cost only a quarter. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. Destruction of Rats. Thoro aro threo methods which may bo omployed in tho destruction of rats: (1) Hunting, (2) trapping, (3) tho uso of poison or rat virus. Thero Is not much to bo said about tho first of theso methods. Most residents in tho country aro acquainted with tho ratting Instinct of terriers, nnd with tho employment of ferrets and a knowledge of tho practlco can better bo obtained by oxperlonco than by description. As regard traps, tho spring trap which kills tho rat at once when tho spring 1b released is the host. Another good kind is tho wire trap, on tho eel basket principle, which the rat can enter easily when attracted by the bait, but cannot leave. 3 i i a f and address on a postal. and March only toe mill Mend vou our new illustrated catalog of presents, FREE, Just send us your name during February Am a special offer, Sr v SdHB'x ; BBBBkm? Las Hk' 'bbbku:1 East Main St, "TEaa u"x mm. Mraa Coupons' trom Dukt't Mtxluti may it assor ltd with tags (torn HORSE SHOE; J.T..TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER TWIST, coufitmt horn FOUR ROSES OcWih douili coujon), PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMdNT CIGARETTES, CUX CIGARETTES. and elAtr tart and coupons issutd by us. & icmium wvgvi k.'W VMJSi Ain .VjI SMI high-ball- t These onions are not uniform In the quality Is excellent. Some growers assort their bunches, putting some small ones In with the big fellows for the convenience of the housewife. snap does not hurt them except to rotard growth and wo find that tho sets must bo placed In tho ground and pushed ajong for tho market at the earliest possible dato to meet the first demands, which, before tows gardens twela to bar r 1hv size-bu- The Pinkham record is a proud and honorable one. It is a record of constant victory over tho obstinnto ills of woman, ills that deal out despair. It is an established fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound has restored health to thousands of sucli suffering? women. Why don't you try it if yon. need Buch a medicine? t you want special advico write t If Lydia K. riukhaiu Medicine Co. (oenK deutlal) Lyhn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read aad answered by a wowau aul lteld iu strict coaMeiwe, WILSON TO HB IHE out for thomselves. nil !. ? v f M second thought. The scales of heedlessness havo fallen from our eyes. SEES WORK OF RESTORATION Wo hnvo made up our minds to square every process of our national life again with tho standards wo so proud Task of Victorious Democracy Is to ly set up nt tho beginning and have always carried at our hearts. Our Square Every Process of National work Is a work of restoration. Up Life With Standards Set Wo havo itemized with some degree Beginning. at the of particularity the things that ought to be altered and hero nre somo of Washington, March 4. President the chief Items: A tariff which cuts $20 in Gold Wilson's Inaugural address, romnrk-abl- us off from our proper part In the for Its brevity, was listened to commerce of tho world, violates tho with tho greatest Interest by the vast just principles of taxation, and makes $10 in Gold throng which was gathered In front tho government n facile Instrument In of tho capltol's east portico, and at Its tho hands of private interests; a bankclose thero was heard nothing but ing nnd currency system based upon pralso for Its eloquenco and high the necessity of the government to moral tone. Tho address In full was sell Its bonds fifty years ago and peras follows: fectly adapted to concentrating cash Thero has been a chango of govern- and restricting credits; an Industrial ment. It began two years ago, when system which, take it on all its sides, the house of representatives became financial as well ns administrative, Democratic by. n declslvo majority. holds capital in lending strings, re-It has now been completed. Tho sen- Btrlcts the liberties and limits tho opate- about to nsscmblo will also bo portunities of labor, and exploits withDemocratic. The offices of president out renewing or conserving the nathave been put Into ural resources of tho country; a body and tho handB of Democrats. What does of agricultural activities never yet tho chango mean? That Is tho ques- given tho efficiency of great business tion that Is uppermost, in our, minds undertakings or served as it should bo today. That Is tho question I am go- through the Instrumentality of science ing to try to answer, in order, if 1 taken directly to the farm, or afforded may, to interpret tho occasion. the facilities of credit best suited to Its practical needs; water courses unPurpose of the Nation. It means much more than the mere developed, waste places unreclaimed, success of a party. Tho success of a forests untended, fnst disappearing party means little except when the without plan or prospect of renewal, nation is using that party for a largo unregarded waste heaps at every mine. and definite purpose. No ono can We havo studied as perhaps no other mistake tho purpose for which tho nation has the most effective means nation now seeks to uso tho Demo- of production, but wo have not studied cratic party. It Beeks to use It to in- cost or economy as wo should either terpret a change in Its own plans and as organizers of industry, as statespoint of view. Some old things with men, or as individuals. Government for Humanity. which wo hnd grown familiar, and Nor have we studied and perfected which had begun to creep Into tho very habit of our thought and of our the means by which government may lives, have altered their aspect as we be put at the service of humanity, In have latterly looked critically upon safeguarding the health of the nation, them, with fresh, awakened eyes; tho health of its men and Its women have dropped their disguises and and its children, as well as their rights shown themselves alien and sinister. in tho struggle for existence. This Is Some new things, as we look frankly no sentimental duty. Tho firm basis upon them, willing to comprehend of government 1b Justice, not pity. tholr real character, have como to as- These are matters of Justice. Thero sume the aspect of things long believ- can be no equality or opportunity, the ed In and familiar, stuff of our own first essential of justice In tho body convictions. Wo have been refreshed politic, if men and women and children bo not shielded In their lives, by a new Insight into our own life. Wo see that In many things that their very vitality, from the conselife is very great. It Is incomparably quences of great industrial and social great In Its material aspects, In Its processes which they cannot niter, body of wraith, In tho diversity rnd control, or singly cope with. Society Bweep of Its energy, in the industries must seo to it that It does not itself which have been conceived and built crush or weaken or damage its own up by tho genius of individual men constituent parts. The first duty of and tho limitless enterprise of groups law Is to keep sound the society it of men. It is great, also, very great, serves. Sanitary laws, pure food laws, in Its moral force. Nowhere else in and laws determining conditions of the world hnvo noblo men and women labor which Individuals are powerless exhibited In more Btrlklng form the to determine for themselves are Intibeauty and energy of sympathy and mate parts of the very business of jushelpfulness and counsel In their efforts tice and legal efficiency. These are somo of tho things we to rectify wrong, alleviate suffering, and set tho weak In tho way of ought to do, and not leave tho others Btrongth and hope. Wo have built up, undone, the fundamental safeguarding moreover, a great system of govern ment, which has stood through a long of property and of Individual right. ago as In many respects a model for This is the high enterprise of the new pgKysrzrori those who seek to set liberty upon day; to lift everything that concerns foundations that will endure against our life as a nation to the light that fortuitous chango, against storm and shines from the hearthflro of every accident. Our Hfo contains every man's conscience and vision of the great thing, and it in rich right. It is inconceivable that wo should do this as partisans; it is Inabundance. OF LOCAL INTEKtiol conceivable we should do it in Ignor Evils That have Come. But the evil has como with the ance of tho facts as they are or In rood, and much fine gold has been blind haste. Wo shall restore, not decorroded. With riches has como in- stroy. Wo shall deal with our econ- Some People We Know, And We excusable waste. Wo have squan- omic system as it Is and as It may Will Profit By Hearing About dered a great part of what we might be modified, not as It might be if wo have used, and have not stopped to had a clean sheet of paper to write Them. conserve tho exceeding bounty of na- upon; and step by step wo shall make it what It should be, in the spirit of ture without which our genius for would have been worthless those who question their own wisdom This is a purely local event. and Impotent, scorning to bo careful, and Beek counsel and knowledge, not It took place in Cloverport. shamefully prodigal as well as admir- shallow or tho exciteNot in some faraway place. ment of excursions whither they canably efficient We Imve been proud of You are asked to investigate it. our Industrie achievements, but wo not tell. Justice, and only Justice, Asked to believe a citizen's word; not hitherto stopped thought shall always bo our motto. havo To confirm a citizen's statement. Nation Deeply Stirred. fully enough to count tho human cost, And yet it will be no cool procesB Any article that is endorsed at home the cost of lives snuffed out, of energies overtaxed nnd broken, the fear- of mere Bclence. Tho nation has been Is more worthy of confidence ful physical and spiritual cost to the deeply stirred, stirred by a solemn Than one you know nothing about, men and women and children upon paBslon, stirred by the knowledge of Endorsed by unknown people. whom the dead weight and burden of wrong, of Ideals lost, of government Walter Meador, farmer, Cloverport, It all Iiub fallen pitilessly tho years too often debauched and made an in- Ky , says: "A member of my family through. The groans and agony of It strument of evil. The feelings with all had not yet reached our ears, tho which we face this new age of right has used Doan's Kidney Pills and found Bolemn, moving undortono of our Hfo, and opportunity sweep across our them to be a very good kidney remedy. like some air out of Several years ago she suffered from coming up jut of tho mines and factories and out of every homo whore God's own presence, where Justice and sharp pains across the small of her back the strugglo had Its Intlmato and fa- mercy are reconciled and the judge as well as other symptoms of kidney miliar seat. With tho great govern- and tho brother are one. We know trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills ment went many deep secret things our task to bo no niero task of politics highly recommended, I got a box at which wo too long delayed to look but a task which shall search us Fisher's Drug Store and their use was Into and scmtlnlzo with candid, fear- through and through, whether we bo begun. They did a world of good. less eyes. Tho great government wo able to understand our timo and tho need of our people, whether wo bo In- Since then this person has used Doan's loved haB too often boon made uso of for private and selfish purposes, and deed their spokesmen nnd Interpre- Kidney Pills and on each occasion they those who used It had forgotten tho ters, whether we have tho pure heart have helped her. It is a pleasure to to comprehend and tho rectified will recommend this excellent kidney medipeople. At last a vision has been vouch to choose our high course of action. cine." This is not a day of triumph; it is safed us of our Hfo as a whole. Wo For sale by all dealers. Price 50 a day of dedication. Here muster, not cents. see tho bad with the good, tho u Co.. Buffalo, and decadent with tho sound tho forces of party, but the forces of New York, sole agents for the United and vital. With this vision wo ap humanity. Men's hearts wait upon us; States. proach now nffalrs. Our duty is to' men's lives hang in tho balance; men's Remember the name Doan's and cleanse, to reconsldor, to reatoro, to hopes call upon us to say what wo correct the evil without impairing tho will do. Who shall live up to tho take no other. Advertisement. good, to purify and humanlzo every great trust? Who dares fall to try? process of our common Hfo without I summon all honest men, all patriotic, men, to my aide. weakening or sentimentalizing it nil forward-lookinL ODIBURG There has been something crudo and God helping me, I will not fall them, heartless and unfeeling in our haste to If they will but counsel and sustain succeed and bo great. Our thought has mel Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cook and famibeen 'Let every roan look out for himPossibly the era of superstition Is self, let every generation look out for withering away. Ono of tho great ly, of Owensboro, are guests of their Itself,' while we reared giant machin- steamship linos is to start out Its ves- parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Cook ery which niado it Impossible that any sels on Fridays hereafter. Yet the this week. but those who stood at the levers of canny traveler still refuses to sleep Miss Nina Hardin was visiting Miss control should have a chance to look lu upper 13. Lois Bashatu and Miso Mary Noble, of o vice-preside- nt Inaugural Address Delivered by great Things to Wo havo como the New President. Wo had not forgotten our morals. We remembered well enough that wo had set up a policy which was meant to servo the humblest as well as tho most powerful, with an eyo slnglo to tho standards of justice and fair play, and remembered It with pride. But we were very heedless and in a hurry to be Be Altered. B.RBEARD&CO'S Corn Growing' Contest! CONDITIONS. Use Swift's Fertilizers purchased from now to tho sober PRIZES. for the best 10 ears. for the second best 10 ears. us in any quantity. In order to stimulate the Corn Growing industry in Breckenridge county and to thoroughly acquaint the farmers with Swift's Super Phosphate, and Onion, Potato and tobacco Grower, either or both of which may be used in this contest, we have decided to give $30 in gold as stated above. $20 in gold for the best 10 ears, and $10 in gold for the second best 10 ears of corn. Winner of first prize barred from competition for the second. The contest will be open to any man, woman or child in Breckenridge county. The only condition being that you use Swift 's Fertilizer bought from us. The Fiscal Court has appropriated $100 to be used as prizes to a Boys' Corn Club and we are especially desirous of having these boys enter this contest also. will be some time in The date, which November, and the place of awarding these prizes will be fixed later and published in the Leader and News. A special contest, which will be announced later, will also be conducted for the'young ladies and women of the county. All questions will be answered and any desired information furnished by B. F. BEARD. & CO., roi lfo1i Hardinsburg. mi o1lciioc51'51c: noi cc-a- lns i FEE D!f Cotton Seed Meal all kinds of ik ffsSsS8 Ry m IMI zpolf 51fS(ole3or:5151 o im m Millinery Opening! r.i mm.Aij m n Seed Oats. Best Field Seeds. t&N-I Your trade appreciated. Prompt attention to every order. Untidy urn Wilson 1 I am in Cincinnati this week buying n large and splendid line of Ladies and Childrens Spring Hats and will have a special opening soon. Announcement of the date will be made in this space. 1 New Dress Goods will 0, W. ni Elmore & Sons, ucyuauy, i.y, Wilson Dress-kook- s s. LJa be Ready for Easter all the new material and fashionable colors heart-strlng- Hawesville, last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. N. Head, who have been living in Louisville for the past year, will move back on their farm near Lodiburg this week. Miss Emaree Dandy, of Stephens-por- t, was visiting her parents, Mr. and It you wish to improve the appearance of your garments and avoid the embarrassment of an unhooked and paping skirt or waist, don't fail to try Wilson Dress-hookWe recommend them, as they can't come unhooked accidentally, are flat and invisible and will outwear several garments. and eyes fasteners. Can't rust or crush In washing and Iron-I- n it. Not like books or anap Men's Fiirnisninis new ami te line of Shirts, Ties, Clothing, Shoes, Socks, Etc. First Shipment of Spring here by Mar.. 10 Mrs. June liandy, Sunday. last Saturday and Goods will be d Foster-Mllbur- g Born to the wife of Alaska nardin, 10c a card of St. Louis. Feb. 2.r, a 10 lb. boy, a I can fill your wants from Lars and Saatl, Is Ciij, Democrat named Joseph Dearwood, BUck.rWklt. the cradle to the grave Mother and baby are doing well. It U Mr. and Mrs. B.F, Hardin's first grandchild. They will make a visit home this summer, It will be Mrs. Hardin's first visit to Kentucky. Ky. M. Hardin and litMr. and Mrs. A. tle daughter, Mary Ellis, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson, of 'Cloverport, last week, Hardin and Payne shipped 060 dozen Mrs, Clarence Payne, who has been D. B. Lawson has moved his sawmill of eggs to Louisville last Friday, Is quite sick, is some better at this time. to Grayson Payne's place, and is doing there another merchant in the county some fine sawing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter May and fa mil J Andrew Drlskell was here Friday who can beat that every week? have moved from Detroit, Michigan. and gave us a fine talk on schools. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chappie, of wiieio mr, umy is engaged t Alex. Rhodes was la Uvansvllle last Ekron, are guests of relative near k""K"i the automobile business on a larg week, Raymond this week. scale. I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield,