You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: March 12, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913031201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 12, 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. rfW THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 36 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913. WISE CITIZENS FOSTERING BOYS CORN CLUB IN BRECKENRIDGE HOWDY! Increasing Hardlnsburg, Ky., ''Self praise Is half scandal" is an old maxim. So with this In mind, I shnll be brief as to my nbility and qualifications or WHY I desire the OFFICE OF COUNTY ATTORNEY. The VOTERS know before their vote U cast who tht candidate Is and his Men Offer Business Club nbility to fill the office to which he aspires, without the candidates self praise Fall. County and "Tooting His Own Horn." Prizes. Plan Corn Show In I am In this race because I NEED the office I am not the fellow that Club Being Organized. Membership says "the office needs BIG I," and I nm the only one that cn now please the people and do full justice to the duties required of the office to which the candiContest. Hen Daily. Boys date may aspire. The voters know that similar expressions are frequently used by candidates both in State and County races, this being one of the many deceptive devices used, but It is my judgment that the voters henceforth will not be guided by the statements of a candidate, but will be guided by cool judgment after nn unbiased Investigation of a candidate's claims. Vf Hardlnsburg '.'has got" the Court In'this instance I think It not asking bexond what is due me, to sincerely submit myself to tho will of the voters nt our coming August Primary. I have IIousc and Clovcrport tho shops, SEVENTEEN TESTS is tho first one to have a real, never asked for County Office before, having been constantly harnessed to the county-sea- t The Democratic Political Dray, for more than twenty ears, and doing all In my active Com Club. humble way to help others to office. Now from a point of justice, is it not now is making an effort and Cloverport did Made of Dr. Friedman's Tubermy turn nt the "OLD MILL" and to kindly nsk your consideration? try, but Irvington has already estabof the If In the wisdom of the party I am chosen on Primary Day, us one of the lished and maintained one with Bony culosis Remedy-Elev- en standard bearers, our opponents will find me on the firing line until the polls Gibson president and B. W. Carter Patients Were Suffering From close In November. Let the battle cry of all Democrats be, "In To Win," resecretary. gardless of the results In our primary. Let no man falter, because he gets deproduction of corn in Kentucky The Consumption. feated In our primary election, be for the other fellow n.s strong ns you were for during the last two years has increased yourself In the primary. "SAFEGUARD THE COUNTY POCKET BOOK" is from 20 6 to 37.6 bushels per acre, or an even eight bushels. This increase is New York, March 8. Seventeen my platform. Kindly asking your support. I am very truly, attributed sololy to the establishing of tubercular patients were treated by Dr. Boys' Corn Clubs in the State and Ir- Frederick F. Friedmfinn with the vacHAL C. MURRAY. vington Is profiting by the example set cine thrt he claims will cure tubercuby the men and boys in other counties losis, at a private clinic late today. and is taking hold at once of the mod- Eleven of these cases were pulmonary PROGRAM ern method of corn raising. The or- tuberculosis, two tuberculosis of the ganization will be known as the Corn, knee, two of kidneys and bladder, one of hip and one of glands. Most of the At West View-Jo- hn Clover and Stock Club. Tucker, John For Hardinsburg Sunday School Wednesday the farmers and citizens patients were brought by doctors and Evans And Vence Hines All Institute, March Twenty-Firof Irvington had a meeting enthusias- were asked to return in ten days. Dr. definite plans. A contest Friedmann, who will meet the federal tic and with Heads Of Homes Are Taken To Crowd was arranged and prizes were offered officers tomorrow, acted as consulting follows: In The Last Week. physician today, merely directing the to the corn growers as Expected. Irvington Mill and Elevator Company-O- ne process and thus kept within the law prohibiting him from practicing. barrel of ''None Such Flour." John B. Tucker," age seventy five $10 The Sunday school institute which Ed Alexander years, died Thursday at his home at will be held at Hardlnsburg, Friday, Haynes Trent Announcement. V West View. He leaves his wife and Saturday nnd Sunday of next week First State Bank I hereby announce myself as a can? Irvington Hardware Co the following eight children: Mrs. An- p omlses to be very interesting. The ? didate for the nomination for Courty Wltt& Frank Attorney, subject to the action of the nie Suitor, Mrs. Rosetta Basham, program arranged by President T. B. r E.,A. Reese Tucker, Mrs. W. I. Pullen, Mrs. Henderson and Miss Alta StClair is as ? Democratic party at the August priDrSS. P. Parks $5 mary. Hovjng been in the race for the Lee Glassock, John and Gus Tucker B. W. Carter follows: Friday afternoon The Be'' same office four years ago, and having Joraon & Groves and Mrs. HIIzh Eskridge. In 1S02 he ginners by Miss Maud L. Dance and $10 suffered defeat with the balance of the E. 'H. Shellman& Co ticket, I submit that my claims for the married Miss' Susan Mary Crumes. His the Intermediate Department by Mrs, 5 W J. Piggott. Df. W. B. Taylor Friday evening Pre- nomination should receive special con- family of good children speaks well for he charter members are: Charles paring to Teach and Improving our sideration at the hands of the party. his life and usefulness to his communi- Sunday School by Miss Dance. Satury, J. Lyddan, Sam Dowell, A. D. V. G. BABBAGE. ty. Mr. and Mrs. Pullen, of Laurence-ville- , day afternoon The Primary Depart ran, Lee Stith, George Gilpin, J.W. ter, T. N. McGlothlan, G. A. U'oote, III., attended her father's funeral. ment by Miss Dance, and Increasing Young Boy Dies. ierce Hardaway, M. L. Dowell, G T. The Rev. John Evans died Saturday. the Membership by Geo A. Joplin. arshall, E. H Shellmau, George Johnnie Kinkead, the 16 year old son He was pastor of the Cumberland Pres- Saturday evening The Mission Sunday membership fee issO cents. Board-T- he School to the Home by Miss Dance and of Mr. Henry Kinkead, of near Pates-ville- , byterian church at West View. the Temperance Flag by Mr Joplin. Meeting This Saturday. died of pneumonia March tl.e 6th. Sunday afternoon Juniors by Miss bright, Intelligent boy, and Vence Hines died Saturday at his Saturday, March 15th, the Corn, Clo He was a Dance and Organized Sunday School 1'ver and Stock Club will have a meet- will be sadly missed in his home. The home In West View. He was twenty work by Mr. Joplin. Sunday evening body was laid to rest In the Bethlehem City Hall. H. K. ing at Irvington following day. Rev J S five years old and a, well known young Stewardship by Mr Joplin, and David of the Agricultural Extension cemetery the Livingston by Miss Dance man. He leaves his wife. Station of Kentucky University will be Breer conducted the funeral. Everybody there to deliver an address. is cordially invited to attend. Irvington Organizes and the Baking Royal Powder Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar and Enter Beard's 'MEETING SATURDAY, MAR. 15 self-prai- se foods Makes delicious home-bake- d of maximum qualify af minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant and profitable loss of this bright and lovely child. Quite a number from a distance attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Babbage, Mrs. Joe Fitch and Mrs. J. A. Ross, of Clovcrport, and Mr. Sam Bas- Mrs. James King, of Hardlnsburg, has been visiting her daughter, Miss sett, of Union Star. The burial service Evelyn King. was appropriately said by the Rev Miss Fannie Gross, of Cecilia, is the Mr Mays. guest of Miss Katlo Chitwood. Mrs. J. A. Anspach, of Rome, Ind.,,, Mrs, G L. Urady and daughter, Jes-sy- Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. N . McGlothlan. visited In Louisville last week. Mr and Mrs. J. S. Kowland attended Koy Allen, of Ilawesville, was In our services at Mount Merino Sunday. town last Wednesday. Little Katherine Lewis has been Mrs. A. T. Adklns and children wero in Louisville shopping last week. very ill. W. R. Honsley, our train master, of Mrs. J. O. Chapin aud Miss Dolly Stanfieid spent Monday in Cloverport. Louisville, was here Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan Wednesday of last week in the interest speut Friday in Ekron at the home of of the coal run. Mr. Hensley Is over on the alert for the betterment of his emMr. and Mrs. Doc Frymlre. ployees as well as for his employers. Little Hayden Wilson has been on Misses Minnie Hoyle, Sarah Haynes, the sick list Thelnm Brashear, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fred Sadenwnter, of Hardinsburg, Pierce, Mr. H. O Krysand Mr. Perry, was in town last week. of West Point, were dinner guests at Mrs. Lnruo Cox entertained Misses tho hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Nelle Smith, Guedr Bramlette and J. C. Payne Wednesday. They attendEllzibeth Crider to a slumber party ed the burial of Rebecca Younger. Wednesday evening. E. F. Alexander and J. D. Asicraft Hubert Lyons, who is attending the left Friday on a hunting trip through with Southern Kentucky and Indiana. Their L. H. school, spent the week-en- d his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons. trip on the gasoline launch with the The remains of little Rebecca Young- Black brothers was very enjoyable and. er, baby daughter of Mr. James Young- they report a fine time, but say the er, of West Point, whose death was ducks fought shy of the U. M. C. amcaused by blood poisor , was brought munition. Nevertheless, they brought here Wednesday and laid to rest in home trophies of their trip. Cedar Hill cemetery. We extend our Masters Wayne and Gus Howard enheartfelt sympathy to the family in the tertained their school-mat- es IRVINGTON THREyEATHS e, st Twenty-Third-Larg- e Lo-ren- za Hen-dric- k, 000 Mr. Owen Still Anxious W J. Owen has been one of the first men In the county to take an Interest in the Boys Corn Club movement and .he is still anxious to see it succeed in Breckenrldge. Mr. Owen writes: We note that the Fiscal Court at a re lucent session set aside $ 100.00 as a pre- 'mlumfund for Breckenrldge County Boys' Corn Club and we think this com mendable and wish to say that it is l$r time this club is being organized so Iv tKiit nil bnvs la the countv can be tret If 'ting ready to do best work. Now we wduid suggest that some one or more the good Democratic "or Republican lice seekers get after this matter and have all boys who wish to enter the contest to meet at Hardlnsburg and or ganize, and we wjsh to add that we will in addition to any other prizes that may be offered give to the boy who wins first in the contest a Poland- China, either big or medium type, t worth $25.00 and to the one winning second prize a pig worth $15.00, and ft we believe that many farmers and bus- tness men in the county will contribute ' to this most worthy cause If the matter 1'ls taken up in time, jf. Respectfully, ! What Irvington mp--.. .1 is j Working For Next Fall w&m' 'IViCTiT" '""'"J toa make believe show. Saturday p. m., they marched through town in their Pawnee suits notifying the public of their approach by the beating of drums, tooting of horns, with banners Hying, making a gala spectacle indeed. Friends of Mrs. Ed McAfee are glad to know that she is regaining her health and will soon be with them again. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dowell spent Saturday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell. HBwJsC HM ' Wt" r tsi Ug.u.oiiii"-'- nil SfJffSI 'TumMmti iff I II W t Ik . w&UW Mr mHkwMtm SwTZ&d ,mmmt W& WM iswiT .Jz .. L. - MOiKwraSS?! flcil$3Mri3HI Waller Wilson spent Sunday at home with his wife at McQuady. L. II. Jolly was In Louisville one day-las- t week. Presbyterian church Tuesday evening. The Ladles Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church was entertained at the home of Mrs. James Bowling last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Porter, of Louisville, president of the Home nnd Foreign Missionary Board, was present and gave a very Interesting and instructive talk. New officers were elected for the ensuing year. Delightful refreshments were served, Mr. arid Mrs. Julius Slppol have re turned from a pleasant sojourn in Florithe Cumberland Protracted meetings will begin at da. - i I W. J. Owen & Sons. Mrs. Al Whitworthandson, ofSteph-enspor- t, visited Mrs. Henry Nevltte last week. Miss Katherine Wroe, of Cloverport, Is tho guest of Mrs. Durwood Wroe. 000 Corn Growing Contest B. F. Beard & Company's corn growing contest announcementlnThe News and Leader last week has stirred up great interest. The contest Is open to men and boys no ago limit. With a f20 and $10 gold piece staring him in the face, the corn grower will surely get busy to work for that aad the county and citizen's prizes of fered too. lireck-aarldjje place last Wednesday. President Bona Gibson conducted the meeting which was very spirited. A purse of $100 was appropriated as a premium to bo given to the man who raises the best acre of corn in the Fourth District. Edward Morrison is visiting In Quite a crowd attended the farmers Institute which held a meeting at this Ow-ensbo- ro. Mr. Conner Dead. irch 5th and was brought to his old ,fcoin at Rome for burial. His death caused by pneumonia. Mr. Conner fifty years old. He leaves throe children, and his wife died-- last Sep- itmwr. ue was a Drainer 01 &. Conner, of Stepueusport N. H. Conner, of Wappela, III., died WWl at 1 Mat Xtnfv' " jEHiX'XlP??'lc'K,iWP3'E'B!'q1PflBlHtt.HI Miss May Watllngton spent the week end In Hardinsburg. Boyd Keith, of Bowloyville, was in. town Thursday evenlug and attended the lecture nt the M. E. church. Mrs. Matt Payne is busy searching the millinery market this week in her usual good, natural way to please every one. Mr. S, J. Brashear, of Frymire, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage 'were guests of Mr. ana Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan at dinner Wednesday. A This photograph is published by courtesy of Our Country, a splendid farm nnd poultry magazine of Louisville. It shows the magnificent display at the Child's 'Welfare Exhibit last November. The men and boys of Breckenrldge itre expecting to have the golden pleasure of a corn show this year. . J FOR COUNTY CLERK Mwn m To Breckinridge County Democrats: I am a candidate for County Clerk. announce until I endeavored to ascertain I declined to the attitude democracy to my candidacy. After careful investigation and mature deliberation, I am convinced that I will received the necessary support to give me the nomination. y My record as a Democrat and citizen is known by all of you. That I was defeated before by unfortunate political differences, I feel that you will readily grant. I accepted defeat, after a hard and costly campaign, as I think a true Democrat should. I have forgiven those who did not support me, acknowledging whatever part of the fault was mine, if any, and sincerely appreciate the loyalty, of my friends, and I now pledge myself to carry the banner of a united party, to victory, if nominated. " - i Very truly, 1 VIC ROBERTSON M.irviu D. Beard has returned from Louisville and Cincinnati where he has teen buiu a spring stock of goodb for 1 Mr. an Mrs. Alvin Skillman enter- B. F. Beard & Co tained last Tuesday evening at a chafing dish luncheon in honor of their son, John M. Skillman, twenty fourth birthday. The following were the invited guests: Mr. and Mrs. John and son, John Edward, Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner, Nancj and Delia Kincheloe, Lillian Beard, Ruth, Mary and Martha darned, Mrws. Russell Compton, Skill-ma- n iti , was in town Wednesday on a pistoral call Mrs. George Uruine after a month!. vmi ti Mis Kuthletn Hoben, and oilier relatives, has returned tc her home in Ljndon. of M-- Rev. Knue, the guest of his mother, Mrs Z. C. Hendry, while here. Roy Hardesty, of Payneville, spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs, Renfro Knott. Basil Argabright, of Lodiburg, spent Saturday with Roscoe Hendry. Joseph Claycomb was the week end visitor of his grandfather, Peyton Dooley, of Vine Grove. Misses Marie Abel and Verna Shaw, of Webster, visited friends here Sunday. Rev. Jaggers, of Vine Grove, filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday, after which he left for an Public Sale $ Of Horses and Cows and M other Fine Stock. Jude Henry DeMaven Moorman n eu court in Klizabethtown last wei k. at-te- Tuesday, March Place known f Farm one-hal- 18 i Vivi.tn Haswell, M. H .Mis- - Mina l'atr, from near Clover Kincheloe and Franklin Kincheloe Creek, has entered the County High Dr. II E Royalty visited his purei ts bdioul. in Louisvill last week. Jlii Dillon wst. the guest of his Dr. Allen L,. ICir.clulne, of MiQuadt, parent, Mr at.d Alts Pat Dillon, Satassisted his brotner, Dr. John E. Kinch-lo- e urday . in an operation on Mis. Tom Ryan Dr. John E. Kincheloe was called to last WedneMlay. A Stephensport. as the Ca sett mile east of ld fXMM$" Mr. was in Ta-com- RelievesNeuralgia '3 L'niment gives instant relief from neuralgia or It jes straight to the painful part soothes the ivrvus aid s.ps the pain. Don't rub it penetrates. PROOF Mrs. Kunoi.ru Niscke, Oconto, Wis., writes : " I have used Sloan's S. Liniment for toothache and neuralgia in the head where nothing else would help me and I would not be without the Liniment in the house." extended trip through Kansas and Oklahoma. Mrs. Chester Chappell and children, of Irvington, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chappell. The musjc parties at Messrs. Taylor Compton's and Willis Chappell's on Monday and Saturday night of last enthusiast getting pointers. W. J. Owen would be glad to give week were well attended and enjoyed pointers to any boy. by all. and Mrs. Coleman Payne, of Harned, were the guests of Jess Kincheloe and family Saturday. Miss Tula C. Daniel is at home after several week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Ela, in St. Louis. Misses Nancy and Delia Kincheloe were hostess to the Embroidery Club Thursday afternoon at their Koine on Fourth street. Births: March 3, a boy to the wife of Jeff Dowell; March 9, u bjy to the wife Edgar Compton was in Garfield part of last week. Cloverport last week to see Mrs. Silas Miller. At reasonable prices I will offer ray Stock, Furmlng Implements, etc., for sale. A good auctioneer engaged. Corao aud meet your old frlonds. Four Rood work Uorses. 1 good work and brood Mare. 1 saddle Horse, 1 yearling Mule. 2 Kood milk Cows with Calves 3 tine brood Sows with Pigs, 8 Shouts weight about 75 pounds; one n, pood (arm Watron. 1 good Mowuik l fifty-tooSteel Harrow, one walking Cultivator, 1 single Cultivator, 1 turning Plow, two breaking Plows, right and left hand; 1 new Buggy with pole, one set of double driving Harntss. 1 set of now wagon Harness, 500 bushels ot Corn, 30 bushels Oats, 3 tons ot Hay. Ma-clilnth one-lior- Wilbur Brown, of Kirk, was in town Saturday. John McCubbins, of Garfield, who has been ill for two weeks, is doing well. Spurgeon Argabright, of Lodiburg, spent Sunday with Harlan Cashman. Miss Jennie Bashatn, of Lodiburg, visited Miss 'Miriam Compton Saturday. 0 TermS Of Sale! undudercast In hand. OalancoonO and is months time with good bunkubie note. If u C. B. WAGGONER, SLOANS LINIMENT is also good for rheumatism, sore --- John Akers made a busines trip to Irvington last Wednesday. Kill Gilbert, of Stephensport, town on business Saturday. throat, chest pains and sprains. - Pains All Cono Mrs. C. M. Dowker. of Johannesburg, Mich., wish to say your Liniment is the best writes; It has cured me of medl Ine in the world. neuralgia those pains have all gone ana t can truly say your Liniment did cure me." Pain All Cono Mr. J. R. Swinger, of 517 So. 12th St., LoulsUUe, Ky., writes:" I suffered with quite a severe neuralgic headache for four I used your months without any relief. Liniment for two or three nights and I haven't suffered with my head since. I havo found many quick reliefs from pain by tl e use of Sloan's Liniment and beliou it to bo I the best Liniment on the market can recommend it for what it did for me." Price 23c, 50c, and $1.00 at All Dealers. Send fur Sloan's Free Doolc on Horses. Address a, Guy Jolly, nfter quite a stay in Wash., hag returned home. Mrs. M. H. Norton, of West View, is the guest of Mrs. R. M. Bashatn. Miss Ida Dowell, of Garfield, is visiting Mrs. Davis Dowell. Mrs. Jack Gross, of Holt, was Miss "I 5 DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Boston, Mass. Tida Mercer's guest last Saturday and Mrs. Eliza Taylor's Sunday. Mrs. Alex Dent, of Fort Worth, Tex., came Sunday night to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Peyton. John M. Skillman is In Louisville this week on business, Miss Frances Moorman, of Falls of Rough, spent the week end with Miss Lillian Beard. Mioses Ruth, Mary and Martha Har-ne- d ppent Saturday and Sunday in Garfield the guests of their parents, Dr. and Mrs, E. C. Harned. y Gus Brown was in Brat denburg and Saturday on business. Jess Walls and Moorman Ditto spent the week end ia Louisville. I'll-da- Stephensport, Ky. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. safrvafrgfrssfrafrafr There is nothing more discouraging than a chronic disoider of the stomach. Is It not surprising that many suffer WONDERFUL for years with such an ailment when a permanent cure is within their reach of Virgil Dowell. and may be had for a trifle? "About Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrick and son, one year ago," says P. H. Keck, of Cleve Hendrick, spent Sunday in Clo- Wakelee, Mich,, "I bought a package verport with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller. of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since After handling medicine for thirty years, aud experimenting with it for using them I have felt perfectly well. I eighteen years, I have found a Poshad previously used any number of diftwo itive Cancer RAYMOND ITEMS. ferent medicines, but none of them other Cure for a Diseases, aud furFatal Blood and were of any lasting benefit." For sale nishes the very best of health while taking this medicine. For further by all dealers. Adv. particulars address, Wm. Chappell attended the Jersey cattle sale at Irvington S turday. Webster Trade Topics. T. J. ATKINSON, Irvington, Ky.; Winfield Hendry, of Irvington, attended church here Sunday, and was Lydaan Brothers shipped two loads, 1200 lbs. of cattle. Claude Pemberton, A Texas Wonder of Ellzabethtown, sold John Lyddan Good Butcher Outfit on Main street M The Texas Wonder cures kidney and a pair of mules Tor $425 and one mare Irvington, Ky doing good biwsineaiJ bladder troubles, removing gravel, $180. John Lyddan bought two of Splendid opening for good butcher. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, for rheumatism, aud all Irregularities of Joe Stewart, price uot given Tom Geo. Thompson, Irvington, Ky the kidneys and bladder in both men Lyddan sold H.,Norton one mule. and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your Aunt Dies Tuesday. city and leaves one son, W. E, druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of $1, One small bottle is two Donald, Mrs. Joe Sawyer attended months' treatment and seldom falls to funeral Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Wills was in Owensboro perfect a cure. Dr. E. W, Hall, 2ofl Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for last week nursing Mrs. Amanda Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugwho dleti Tuesday. She was gists, Advertisement. an aunt of th late Judtre Wills of this Cancer Cure! FOR SALE. Mc-Dena- ld, Subscribe No Home Xtwa1 Gome One! Gome all! & HELPS FOLLOW THE JAPANESE STYLE pMany Prefer This Form of Landscape Art In Making Plana for hf Their Gardens. Many admirers of Jnpnneso art hnvo treated their backynrds In the Jnpa- knee style, which lends Itself to small places. It is a stylo Which requires considerable taste and artistic ability to handle properly. If aot well done, It becomes grotesque ' shci naicuiouB. uno very buccubbiui i example of this stylo is the garden at Mrs. Lllliam Durkhfcrdt Goldsmith. tfce well known actress and dramatic reader. The mossy hills, tho water fall, paths and tiny stream were all laid out and very largely made by her skilful hands. Ono of the loveliest things in the garden is the wistaria arbor, in spring a mass of pendent v admlr-kafcl- let me look after your.... Insurance No line No line i Parcel Post Gives x Access to this Sto 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. T 1 7HETHER you live one mile, one hundred or one thousand 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. Of course, there are some things we sell that cannot be delivered by the' mail man under the Parcel Post Service. is that IT iated with the largestthat buying organization in retail highly important too big y t 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, Gloverport, IflMnrfnr ohnlnn ilk rPnstead ot laying tho emphasis on garden plan, ono may use the back ClR WI?yard as a nlnco to collect rare and unusual plants. Better still, one may mako a collection of all the species and varieties of one family or may raise trees and shrubs from seed. Ono Berkeley professor Is making a collection of iris and is now looking forward to the blooming periods of 18 new varieties recently Imported from Palentine. Watching these come into bloom will not only give pleasure to the family, but to many friends and neighbors. Growing lilies, Irises, dahlias and gladiolus from seed are very fascinating. They vary so from seed that any one is likely to got some new and There is' great beautiful varieties. of pleasure in watching each now seedling. The forms of back yards aro endless aB the people themselves, for each back yard should express tho Individuality of the owner, and should bo in keeping with the house and tho surroundings. A simple cottage will have a simple yard gay and sweet with homelike flowers. Tho stately colonial houso will have the formal garden with pool and rose garden. The lines of the houso will dominate tho garden, and both will form that harmonious whole which we delight to call home. Boston Globe. g Agent Ky. She claims she stands for her rights, But when women stand for their 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 might. mail anything that weighs more than 11 pounds nor anything And on she goes to secure her right, But does not rid politics of its plight. that exceeds in length and girth combined 72 inches. are affilthe whole civilized world. This fact, coupled with our ability to pay cash for whatever we buy, gives us a leverage among the manufacturers an(J jobbers that 'never fails t0 secure for us the lowcst priccg . 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. we you should know Yet in a big store like ours where you can buy almost everyrights, thing for everybody, you can readily see that there are a thousand They stand as Mollle Pitcher stood; In the thickest of the fight without a and one things that can be sent by Parcel Post and the impressing hood. feature of it all is that In the good old Book of books, they say There is a verse that means this way, That the women sit and listen While the men puss and whistle. The women voters, they do say That the lady votes any day Could rid Chicago of foul play, And bring vise to light a'l in one day. Just think, dear ladies, of the day, That blistered feet do never pay, And the lady of today who votes Renders to politics but small motes. 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 weighty some SHOULD you them to buy free of large orby expressarticles, we you or freight, charge providing your purchase amounts to $5.00 or more and that you Furniture Infants' Wear Glassware Silverware Garments Books Corsets and Children's Fancy Goods Art Goods Footwear for Women, Misses and Chil- dren Housefurnishings Women's Furnishings Millinery Men's and Boys Furnishings Toilet Articles, Boys Clothing and bewing Machines J-V Chinaware 1 Religious Goods r- live within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville. "We I KffiA ilMty M5T KUYUT sun-dia- l, want your business and are making this free delivery proposition so For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, that you may send us a trial order and test thereby our ability to sell you apply TJr. Thomas' Eclectic; Oil tho better goods for the same price or the same goods at a lower price. And, household remedy. Two sizes 25c and remember, that whatever "we sell, either by mail or over our counters, must in 50c at all drug stores. Adv. HABIT 4- - all instances be thoroughly satisfactory. If otherwise we cheerfully refund the money. U5 W. Important to all Women Readers of this Paper. housands upon thousands of women e kidney or bladder trouble and er suspect it. rwiomen's complaints often prove to e nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased You may suffer a great deal with pain In the buck, bearing down feelings, hcddnche and loss of ambition. ' Poor health makes you nervous, irri table nd may oe despondent; it makes ny one so. MARKET ST, near Fourth Louisville, Ky, J BACON ajfjif FOURTH AVE. W1 i, DC HOE near Market Louisville, Ky. HOE parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jess Payne and daughter, were A. M. Hardin whs in Guston last Fri- the guests of her brother, Earl Basham, last Saturday. day. James Watlington and Mrs. Charlie Wallace Parks who is attending the Normal at Humect, spent last Saturday Payne and children, Marvin and Eva.at-tende- d quarterly meeting at Stephens-por- t and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and last Saturday. Mrs. Jess Parks. LODIBURG IE 3. HOE Mules, Hogs and Cattle weighing 2400 lbs., and pair We have i pair mules and 1 mule 3 mules and an extra "pair of grey mules 15-years-ol- d All good ones and must be .'old at once. We have 1 Poland China bo.ir weighing 140 lbs., that is extra good and will be de livered to any railroad point in the county for 515. Have 2 Tolled Durham bulls 6 mouths old that are being priced to move them quick. If you need a mule, boar or bull, write or come to see us at once. 1 of but thousands ot irritable, nervous, women have retired and broken-dow- n "That howwld Miss Giggles really stored their health and strength by the laughed at me lawst evening, doncher-know?- " use of Swamp-Rothe great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. "Well, never mind her she often Swamp-Roo- t brings new life and ac- laughs at nothing." tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such ot, troubles. his friends want to know his recipe. Mr. Wright left strips of it where no limestone, etc., were used and the land is as bare as a dirt road. His way to make it grow is as follows: 1. The ground must be well drained. Ground should be broken about June from twelve to sixteen inches deep. coating of well rotted 2. Put on The Suffragette. manure. Work this ground abcut every ten days till sowing time to Veep It $The woman voter of the day free from weeds. Then put on four Reminds me of a kitten at play. tons of ground limestone and 500 ? .With hands soft and white pounds of acid phosphate per acre Thoroughly pulverize the soil and sow She grasps the ballot tight. fifteen pounds of alfalfa seed per acre; as soft and white, having been previously inoculated, IIj And with a brain does not realize its seed then firm down w'th a roller. I She looks, but and nt one-dolll-t- them, Every render of this paper, who has not already tried it, may address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghsmton. N. Y., and receive sample bottle free by mail. Yos'can purchase the regular fifty-cesize bottles at all and tmig stores. Many send for a sample bottle. to see the great Kidney, what Swamp-Roo- t, G. A. Wright, of McQundy, has had Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for success in raising alfalfa and several of How to Grow Alfalfa. Miss Mirl Basham was the giest of Born, to the wife of Frank C. Collir.s Hannibal, Mo., on the 5lh, a bo. Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvlngton, latt Mrs. Collins is a sister of Mrs. J. H. week. vitt and D. E. Deacon, of Lodiburg. . leff Adkisson was in Evansville last gl'ul to see Frank Miller able Sunday. We are to be out again. Mrs. Flake Atet, of Irvington, w.13 Mrs. Grayson Payne visited her the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Busham brother, Eli Johnson, of Guston, last last Sunday Saturday and Sunday. The Mother.' Favorite. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Haynes, of A coueh medicine for children should were guests of Mrs, Haynes' be harmless. It should be pleasant to take. It should be effectual. Chamber Iain's Couirh Remedy Is all of this and l s the mothers' favorite everywhere. for sale by all dealers. Adv. Har-dinsbnr- g, W. R. MOORMAN & SON, 8 miles from : Glen Dean, Ky. DC HOE )O Hardinsburg and IOE 2 from Glen Dean. H 30E 3 C Ask the Farmer Who Has One I Cordial m what wordeis tho Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 4 Protects tho homo 1 Sells my products 5 Helps tho hoie.ifo 2 Gets tho best prices 0 Increases profits 3 Brings supplies 7 Pays for itself over and over intrusted and send Seven cardinal reasons why YOU today for booklet. For infill iiiatinti call Mutineer Hardinsburg Mule Market. The mule market at Hardinsbure, Ky., lifts been very active for the past few days. The local dealers, Robertson & Beard, have been very busy supply-Inthe fanners with their demand. Among those who have supplied their needs are M. P Compton, Garfield, Ky., one pair, floO Preston Foote, Irvington, Ky., one pair, $335. Cloverport, Ky., one pair, $325. Pyle Bros , Mook, Ky., one pair, $385, Elmer Miller, Owensboro, one pair, J 175. Frank Ruppert, MoQuady, Ky., one mule, $175. Forest Alexander, Custer, Ky., one pair, 9325. Beard Bros , Hardinsburg, Ky., one pair, f325. Pete Butler, Custer, Ky., one mule, p'25. Lon Glasscock, McDanlels, Ky., one mule $180. Roscoe Wrol, Vanzant, Ky., one pair, $!iJ5, Chas. Anns, one pair, $335. Wave Pate, one pair, $375. They sold ne load to go South and bought a load m Southern Ind., from fS0to?216 per head. Farmers Home Journal. k' Cumberland Telephone &. Telegraph (Incorporated.) Co. , 11 Relations Tho relations of this bank to its depositors and to tho community at largo aro of a most cordial nature. Its oflicers aro always elud to assist patrons in any wuy that will facili- H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. Phone 18. Rrtldence DENTIST f bellman Home Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office r- - Over Farmers Bank KfVF 4 su t&Jtot 1 MLi Jl ikJii w W JTT If I wfM w 4 t tate their banking transactions and that will be in keeping with prudent bunking principles Upon this basis of sound, HELPFUL bunking, your account is invited. A Reserve Fund nammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm is moro ossontiul to success and happiness &et Undergoes Operation. Mr. Roy Mattlngly underwent an operation at Dr. Simons' Infirmary last Tuesday. He Is getting along nicely. Take Cough and Headache and worki oft the Cold E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. asido and constantly accumulating as a reserve against future necessity or opportunity. It begets confidence; it dissipates worry. Start right, with a strong and safo institution, allowing a good interest. NOTHING than The Farmers Bank, rUrdinsburg, pair of Corn Growers from the same family. Whole families will grow corn In Ureckenrluge this year, Ky. To Cure a Cold In One Day LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It Hop tk DruuUti refund money if it fall to cure. :: Irvington, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK, J. C, PAYNE, Cashier Kc .S mx. - m THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher The Telltale1 Tick of Time A century ngo Fontnnellc defined the difference between a woman and a clock thus: "A clock serves to point out the hours, and a woman to make us forget them." There arc many hours in a and as many troubles, and the queen of creation (man crown, and God bless hcr)can never obliterate the latter. Town folks think the greatest troubles of the century is "High Cost of giving." We offer no solution. Farmers say it is "Hoise Cost of Mving." We have the remedy and gie you the prescription. Here it is: y, D()(c5 rats) Issuod Evory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KYM B. F. 1913 Beard & Co. 1913 WEDNESDAY, M.AR. 12, 1913 Hardinsburg, Kentucky Mr. UnbbBee is in Hardinsburjr ovcry Monday. The Boys' Corn Club movement is taking Hrrckcnridgo county. Spring Opening mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Evory man, woman and child in town should take steps to pet a Simply Get Out of the Little concrete walk for C. II. S. Horse Habit Get into this ereat name of advertising. There is no gamo moro Our magnificent I'erchcron Stallion, "Commanchc Chief." No. 6x,ii6, cross interesting and none that pays better.whcn well played. I- - I Wo have three new announcements for County Judge this week. They nro Miko Miller, Jeff Hook and W. C. Moorman. They nro all well known business men and Democrats, and good material for the position of County Judge. Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman returned jast week from Hardin and Meade and Grayson. The Judge is mighty well pleased with his prospects in each of tneo counties. friends, especially in Meade. Said ho found many warm Our charge for announcement;) for county oflices is $5. For district offices, $10 ensh with announcement. We can't run our paper Dr, P W. Foots & Son on promise?. It takes cash and a lot of it. So don't ask us to put Two arid One half Miles South of your announcement in and pay later. IrvinRtori, Ky. Next" Monday is St. Patrick's Duy. All (urpocd friends the Mc's, the Dillons, the Kennedys, the Burkes, the Cunninghams, the Itynns, the Donahocs, the O'Neills, the Hendersons, the Murphcys, the Kellys, the Fords, the Huffert)s, the Hayes, the Lynches and others me getting out their green and glorious Hags. cd on your small mare is starting right. hven ticket draws a prize. I Here are no blanks. We have the proof here in some grade fillies that is worth your journeying across the country to see. And a mule is always a known quantity if it has the weight and conformation. "Ulack Sampson." No. .5 IS. (the "Marc Mule Jack') is here because he is of the big bone "Tennessee Taxpayer and Starlight families" that head the mules that made the state famous. His colts run 75 per cent mare mules. Call nnd see this stock and satisfy yourself that a wonderful uplift is bound to come to our horses and mules through them. Announcement. yaafwiswaHaW $? , aaaWt Jesse AVhitworth dropped down to Lewipport and Ilawesville last week in the interest of his candidacy for the State Senate. He says he found things to his liking down (here, and that he would get a good vote in Hancock. Mr. "Whitworth stands very high with the leading Demociats nr.d business men in that county, and is sure to poll a good vote. I ftLLvKiaaaaHli AHMPP s9flaaaE3 I bbbbV ' BBBaaak Pete Macey is one of the piogressive farmers of this count'. He methods on his faun near Stephens-port- . believes in and uses Q Ho has just purchased n $400 spraying outfit to use on his 1). O OKAY. o kind ever introduced on a orchard. This is the first outfit of this After making n partial (prospective) D farm in this county. Mr. Macey has a fine young orchard and be canvass of the Tenth Senatorial District licves in taking caie of it. comprising the counties of Meade, up-to-da- te We extend to everyone a cordial invitation to visit our store on Friday and see our display of New Spring Goods. We have made greater efforts toward securing merchandise which would surpass in Quality, Style and Value any offerings wc ever made before. We shall also make our opening of DOUBLE VALUE by offering special inducements so that you may combine pleasure with profit. But come, if only to look. Flowers for the ladies. I f -- II The Bull Mooscis held a meeting in Hardinsburg last Monday behind dosed doors. There were about twenty of the leaders from diffeient sections of the county present. It was given out that they had a vejy haimonious meeting, and that a resolution was adopted to put out it full county ticket. The meeting adjourned to meet at Hardinsburg the second Monday in May. It also leaked out that the old line Republicans wanted to get irto the Bull Moose band wagon. The Webster Stone Company, lrington, is installing a plant fcr grinding limestone ictk for fertilizer. It will cost between eight and ten thousand dollars. This is to meet the growing demand for their neailv pure, 98 per cent., ground lime which has been used in this county the past year for wheat, Yilfalfa ana clover. Squire Wright ntMcQundy has a field of alfalfa on which ho used this ground lime nnd it shows what it will do for our farm lands. Wo arc glad to e our farmers taking hold of this 'homemade fertilizer. It is the best investment they over made. Mr. Wilson is moving along right lines. His utterances and actions are taking hold of tho people of all classes. Ho is our, the people's President, and is there to do what he thinks is best. No uso to woiry about him. Just go ahead and attend to your own homo duties and trust the affairs of government to Mr. Wilson. Ho is a dependable man and you can trust him. Mark our prediction that ho will make tho best President since Lincoln. Hear tho closing words in tho inaugural address of this great ratriot. This is not a day of triumph; it is a day of dedication. Hero muster not tho forces of party, but tho forces of humanity. Men's hearts wait upon us; men's lives hang in the balance; men's hopes call upon us to say what we will do. Who shall live up to tho great trust? Who dares fail to try? I summon all honest men, all patriotic, all forward-looki- rg men, to my side. God helping me, I will not fail them, if they will but counsel and sustain met llreckenridge and Hancock, I have de- cided to become a candidate for State Senator in this district, subject to the action of the primary 'in this district to be held the first Saturdav in August of each year under the new State primary law. According to our old rule of o Jo I non rotating the ofti.e between the coun ties, it is Meade county's time to l e honored with this office, anl I think I am the right man to be honored from Meade county this time. I am a DEM OCRAT and a FARMER, and the present Representative of Meade county. I stand for the masses and not the classes. I stand for progressive legislation for the farmer and laborer as well as for business and professional men. I stand for political and State economy, and not "for extravigance, equal rights to all and exclusive privileges and favoritism to none." Upon this I solicit the support of the voters of the Tenth District, and if elected to the office of State Senator will do all in my power to bring about economical and impartial legislation. Yours respectfully, David Clarence Gray. No Wines At White CZ3C1C HOE )OOC 30E THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits Safe Place to do Business (SOSSHi House. KEEP THEJODNEYS WELL Health Is Worth MakeLYour Home Attractive Fine houses and beautiful surroundings .speak well for the town, showing that an energetic 'Neat, and industrious people are its citizens. attractive Farm Dwellings, with conveniences added, aid to keep tho boys and girls on tho farm, 'ii'lf you contemplato building or remodeling your homo, don't bo carried away by tho alluring advertisements of distant dealers. 1'urchuso your material from your home dealer; ho will bo more interested in you and will givo you tho best advice. Our homo contractor carries a full lino of The announcement that no wines would be served at the White House even at social fuuetions breaks a precedent which has been In vogue since the days of Buchanan. Mrs. Buchanan before sitting down In tho State dining room for the Urs't time ordered all the glasses removed. The secretary of State and Mrs. Bryan are also teetotalers. Recently at a luncheon to Mr. Bryco, the retiring British ambassador, no wines were served, and it developed that Mr. Bryce does not indulge, either. Saving, And People : Some Cloverport Know How To Save It. Many Cloverport people tako their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. Weak kidneys aro responsible for a vast amount of suffering and suf111 health, but there is no need to fer nor to remain in danger. ' Uso Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy that has helped thousands of kidney suffer. ers. The following statement leaves no ground for doubt. W. M. Young, farmer, R. F U. No. 8, Ilawesville, Cloverport, Ky., says: "A member of my family used a box of Doan's Kidney Pills about three years ago and found them very benciicial. She had pains In her side and across the small of her back. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills so highly recommended In the local papers, she got a supply at Gibson & Son's Drug Store and began using them as directed. In a short time she was cured and has not had any fur ther need of a kidney remedy," For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co,, Buffalo, cents. New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertisement, Poster-Milbum Fine Sales By Merchants At Irvington And Stephensport J. Schoop, of Stephensport, and Alexander, of I'rvington, said their special sales were the best they have ever hud. Both merchants credit the success to advertising In The Brecken-rldg- e News. Mr. Schoop said his sales averaged $400 a day. Mr. Hottell, who now holds a responsible position with Mr. Alexander, Is a thorough advertising man. Ho knows how to write an ad that demands attention, and this is ono of the secrets of ads that pays. Mr. Hutton is an etllclent man in one of the leading mercantile stores in the county, Alexander's. Mr Alexander is bringing in a fine new line of spring materials and says he will have another special sale, a very interesting one, soon. W. Kd The Old Standard general atremrthenlnir tonic. CKOVE'STASTELKSSchlllTONIC.driYr.out Malaria anil builds up the ytera. A true tonla and sure AppelUer. For adulti aad cliUdrea. 69c. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Lath, ing, Brick in fact everything to complete your building Roof- KuttlUK Paints, Oils and Varnishes for exterior and and interior finishes. Planing Mill Work to Order you can havo If you aro thluklnct of Ypunx man, tho most vuluahlu ussot married I A HANK ACCOUNT. No lr) or no girl's paruiito want a immc man, nit r on.tlie ioor man won't want htm.elt; because, being poor when U nilk'litlitiYo i eoncomfortulilo. U no fun. Start your love affair and vour but4s utralm wllb, kotuu MUNKY IN TIIK HANK. It will be YOUU UEST KU1KND. Auk any uiun who known. r tone iikgjs Gfrs art homing ibr husbands prAo nave vanfc accounts, so are tnefr JParents. that 1 aav neraenine. FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000.00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES rr MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky For Weakness and Loss of Appetite THE BANK OF HARDINSbURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Ky. Subscribe today. 86 Breckenridge News 'Wednesday, mar r 12, 1913 tttered nt tho I'oit Oflllcc ftt Clorcrport, Ky as second cIkm matter. IIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ? NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES BUTE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 8Fer Precinct nnd city Offices EpWr County Offices J 2 GO 6 00 $ 15.00 10 10 State and District r Calls, per line Offices 'Fer Cards, per line Fer All Publications in tbe Interim ,est o( ludlvldunls or expression of individual views per line See Kentucky Belle and new features, School Chapel Friday night, March 21. Admission I5 arid 25 cents. O. T. Sklllman attended the automobile show In Louisville last week and was a guest at the Tavern Club. The Rev. Mr. Thomas, presiding elder, and Rev. Mr. Walker, were guests of Mr. nml Mrs. J. G, Hill Sunday. Mrs. N. E. Mclntirc and daughter, Kathliuc, Hardinsburg, arc visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert Grant, Lcwisport. Tousev Pate, of Louisville, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wlnfield Pate, has returned to the city. Mrs. John E, Matthews, of Philadelphia, arrived home Monday night to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Owen. Chadwick McCracken returned to Louisville Sunday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mc Wa.rvts. rp 1 TiS Note AtlvrrtlwM plenco notify Ibo editor when you want advertisement discontinued. Wanted -- Place to Cook A plnco to cook for InrRo fnm Hy. hotol or restnurant or nty place whero n ninn cook Is wanted, A flno pastry cook nnd reasonable vrnRes wanted, Jesse Miller, (colored) Htephonsport, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Attorney Wo vyANTED are imtliorlzwd to announce JOUUB H. C. MUIUIA.Y, For Sale Tobacco. of IlrudlrnlnuK, nx a ciiwlldato for County Pino Attorney, subject to tlio action of tho Ueino- - COK HALE In 5 Chewlnjr Tobacco, nnt 1 Ural lent, to M pound lots at lOcents cratlc party m tlio Aukuu l'rlrmry. per pound delivered ttfuny point In Ilrecken rldRo coun'y. Phillip Carter, Cloverport, For Jailor We tiro I wear out. JUST WHAT YOU "ARE LOOKING FOR! The Ideal hand power cleaner light, low, compact, ensy runninjr, hrintHomo uutliorlzcd to announce noi: HOOK. SATjE Can furnish a man 1 of HurdlnilMHtr. us 11 1'undlclitte for .Tnllor of COU nlll hoLumber. any may want. Clias. Tabcllnir, Hrcckvnrlilue county. nuiijrcr to tlio notion Tnr Kork, Ky. of tLo Democrat In I'rlmnry Klectluu, Auk. 2. For Sale Seed Corn. Seed Corn. Hoth .lolm-- 1 COU S A son county and Iloono county Whlto I) nt of Kirk, ns a cnndldnto for Jnlior of 11 rock, county subject to tlio action of tlio nt f 1.50 per buhel. felecteil w lion Katliered. cnrldfto Democrats In 1'rlmnry K lection Auust 2nd. Krniik English, Sklllman, Ky. Wo nro For Sale Lumber. nutliorlzed to nnnounco O. W. Mtixnit, LE-Ch- olco Its strong pull eats up dirt in and under the rugs and carpets, dust, disease germs and all. Cracken. 10 f LOCAL BREVITIES Jf went to Mo-equ- Mrs. Joe Bishop Is sick. J. N. Halter, of Hawesville, Guston Monday. 111., Roy Johnson left Saturday for to live. a, bers, liberal commissions and cash prices for agents. You can make money fas in any small town or along any Rural covering. Route. Some agents make a good living For County Court, Clerk Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Noel have moved Others make 15 to $20 a month on the into the Lalleist cottage on Second We nre authorized to nnnounco side, soliciting subscriptions. Address street of the East Side where Mr. and JOHN E. MONARCH, for particulars: CONMrs. H. Blaine lived before they moved of Kirk, as n candidate tor County Court Clerk of Rreckenrldgo county, subject to tho STITUTION, Athnta, da. to the country. action of the Democratic party in Primary Dr. C. A. Galloway, of Henderson Election Augusts. Wo are authorized to announce county, has moved his family to Kings-woo-d VIC. to enter school. Dr. Galloway of Glen Dean, nsROBERTSON. for Countv a cnndldnto comes highly recommended as a phy- Court Clerk, of Itreckenrldge county subject ..Permanent.. to tho action of tho Democratic party. Pri sician and farmer. mary election August --'. N. C. Taul was in town Monday and For County Jutge. had his paper changed from Cloverport W are authorized to nnnounco to Hardinsburn, rural route No. 3. Mr MIKE MILLER, Taul and others on the route are very of Hardinsburg, as a r.dllato for County la. ci much pleased with the daily delivery. Judge of nreckenrldge county subject to tho Mr. Weber, of Louisville, was the action of the Democratic party. Primary R. M. Crenshaw and daughter, Miss election August '.'. guest of Miss Katherine Moorman Sun Agnes, returned home Monday fr.om Wo are authorized to announce day. nnnr.-Hardinsburg, where they had been with RESIDENT Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Pauley, of his daughter, Mrs. Thos. Ryan, who of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County Mattoon, 111., have been visiting rela underwent .an operation. She is now .llirlfrt, nt I4rnfilnrt frfwminfv uitVilnt. tn t lut action of tho Democratic party. Primary tives here. election Augusts. PHONE No. 2-Cloverport, Ky. getting along nicely. Miss Katherine Wroe went to Irving Ofllce Opposlto Gibson's Drue St re We are authorized to announce Mrs. George Christ and little son, W. O. MOORMAN, ton Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dur- - George Fiederick, are visiting her of Ulen Dean, as a cundldato for Countv rood Wroe. brothers, Messrs. Ernest and Percy Judge of UrecUenrldRo county subject to the H. Driskell will move into his new Carson, in Jackson, Miss. She was ac action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August S. lonie just built on the new addition to companled as far as Louisville by Mr. Contractor and Builder. JKardinsburg. Christ and their children, Kathleen and In Memory of Mother. Clovorport, Ky. Cumberland Phono 23-, Mrs. Duke is seriously ill at the home Harry Christ. Mrs. Sarah J. Elmore departed this Kstimates furnished for all kinds of in of her daughter, Mrs. Jess Burnett, life Thursday afternoon, March 6, 101!, work, Write or phone me nt Cloverport. tho West End. Miss Martha Miller after a brief illness. She is survived Miss Katie Belle McKaughen, Delegate Sunday. by three sons as follow;: H. J. El- considered by beekeepers to be the Elected enspdrt, came Saturday to visit her more, Owensboro; O. W. Elmore, of The Methodist Sunday School unani- McQuady, and S. M. Elmore, of Tar mainstay for honey, has been almost orouicr, muen. entirely killed by freezing and thawing. ? Mrs. 1. H. Rowland went to Har mously elected Miss Martha Miller a Fork. The funeral services were held Instidinsburg Saturday to visit her sister, delegate to the Sunday School at the Cave Spring church conducted Colored Porter Dead. tute of the Louisville Conference. It by Rev. J. L. Dellart, and the interiMrs. Eliza Taylor. convenes in Owensboro Thursday and ment was at Cave Spring cenu tery. Bdrt Miles, for years a porter on the Mrs. John S. Adair, of Cruger, Miss , Friday at the Settle Memorial. Many Let us not Aveep for mother, but re- parlor cars of the Henderson Route, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Aurelia Carlprominent Sunday School workers will member that the Lord giveth and the died Monday afternoon in his chair on ton, in Hawesville. be present. Lord taketh, and we dare not question M4 between Strawberry and Louisville, Rmms. tvhn liv'pc; nenr Tnr Cfna the dealings of Him who so loved the just before his last trip was finished. JsSpUngs, contemplates .selling his farm The Girl at Home. world that He gave his only begotten Kand moving to Kansas. The girl who stays at home is truly a son that whosoever believe on Him Little Girl Writes. Russell Keenan, of Mattingly, who most unselfish girl. The other day a should not perish, but have everlasting 's At the Junior Division of the j&moved to Evansville a year ago, has young woman served the lunches for life Mother, let us not think you dead Missionary Society Sunday at moved back to Mattingly. Her Son. but just sleepeth. three clubs. She planned the menu and the Methodist church, twenty were prepared everything herself. This is a present and the subject for the program Hard Winter On Clover. nice way for the girl at home to make was: "The Girl in Her Home." Miss pin money. If she would make- it her Elizabeth Robards was leader. Miss work and set her price, her friends would Lancaster, Ky., March 10. Tho past Kathleen Squires wrote an attractive to get be glad to respond and delighted winter has beeu a hard one on clover, composition which was read by tho her efficient service. nnd it is expected hay crops will be president, Miss Lillian Polk The sub poorer in this section than for several ject was: "How I Help My Mother." years. The white or pasture clover, Lightfoot Urged For "When at home I sometimes niako the beds, sweep and wash dishes. I do Cloverport Office. not like this work very well, but I do it 4Cf Washington, March 8 Representa- 4C4e to help my mother. She often says she ALL KINDS OP tive Johnson today recommended Chas. does not know how she could do with Lightfoot for postmaster at Cloverport. out me, and this is why I take a special Mr. Johnson, since the inauguration, delight in doing work I hate, Another has received numerous strong indorseway to help mother is to always do ments of Mr. Lightfoot, both in person what she tells me to without her havand by letter. TELL IT TO FRIENDS ing to speak moro than once," Cotton Seed Meal Miss Marguerite Walker has charge When you have had some jgood Denof the Uab,y Division and received the Goering-Greathouse. tistry work done, as it is highly probSeed Oats. following: Little Mkses Helen Francis able that you may be doing them a 7 favor thereby. Miss Mary Hawesville, Ky., Feb. Berry, Mayme Bannon Sawyer and Goerlng and Mr. William Greathouse Catherine Oglesby Conrad. Other little A RELIABLE DENTIST were quietly married on Monday aftergirls will be taken in soon. The memwho does honest, conscientious work bership is 25 cents for Ave years. soon has a large practice, because his noon, March 3, In Louisville, by Rev. Your trade appreciated. Prompt customers are his best advertisement R. S. Boyd, former pastor of the Hawattention to every order. for him. Examination made .without esville Presbyterian church. The bride Card of Thanks. warge. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. We want to thank all good friends Goering, and U a most popular young A. WALKER, Dentist 0. W. Elmon & Sons, for their great kindness during the long woman, Mr. Greathouse is a member HardiHsburg, Ky. illness and death of our daughter. of a prominent family. They will live vr tUkwy Mr, and Mrs, Ed l'ate. in Hawesville. TRI-WEEK- Joe Burk and Dr. less Baucum were in Louisville Sunday. Wanted Concrete walk at C. H. S, Attend the play sure. Mrs. John Weisenberg was visiting in Stephensport last week. Mrs. Talbert Robinson is ill at her home In the West End. Miss Eva Foote, of Irvington, is visiting Miss Tula Babbage. Rufus St. Clair, of Webster, was here last week delivering tobacco. Mrs. Harry Newsom entertains the Girls' Club Friday alternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Heyser have gone to Tampa, Fla., from Deland. Mrs. B. E. Ayers, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mrs. Hofiious Behen. Miss Susie Newton has charge of the millinery store of Mrs. J as. Cordrey. Misses Beatrice McCracken and Susie iNewton spent Thursday in Louisville. ilr. and Mrs. H. A. Oelze have returned home from St. Petersburg, Fla. Mts. Lucy Younger, of West Point, is vikiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sklllman. fillard Frank has sold his farm near linsburg to Hall & Miller for 3,800. VH. S. olav Fridav nicht, March Admission 15 and 25 cents. Come! Ir. ana Mrs. W. H. Bowmer arrived ?e Saturday from St. Petersburg, subject to the action of tlio Democrat party March 21. In tlio August 1'rlmary. C. E. Chism, of Lodiburg, was in IrvWo nro nutliorlzed to announce ington Wednesday visiting his daughter, CALVIN HENDUICK, Jit., Mrs. Richard Stanfield. He attended of Now Ilcthcl, ns n cundldnto for Jailor, subject to tlio nctlon of tli- - Democratic 1'rlthe farmers meeting. mary Election August-- ', 1913. David Phelps, Marion Weathcrholt, Wo nro authorized to nnnounco this city; and Oscar Black, Addison; DR. O. C. AHL. were attending the Bull Moose meeting of Hardlnvburt,'. ns n candidate for Jailor of HreckenrlriRo county, subject 1 tlio action at Hardinsburg Monday. of tho Democratic party In Primary Election Villiklns and his Dinah, a romance in Augusts. song, will be given in School Chapel For Sheriff Friday, March 21. A feature in Itself Wo are authorized to announce worth the admission price, KKANK DrIIAVEN, for Sheriff of P. D. Plank arrived home Friday of Hardlnsburft, ns n cnndldato to the nctlon nrcckenrlclKo county, subject In Primary Election from Nashville, Tenn., to spend a week. of tho Democratic party August L'. His daughter, Miss Edith A. Plank, For Assessor who has been ill two weeks, is conva1 Mrs. L. T. Reld entertained the LaWo nro Authorized to nnnounco For Sale Work Horses. dies' Rending Club Thursday, and Mrs. TICK HENDMCK, COU PAI.E Two Rood work Homes, com-Abe Sklllman will be hostess tomorrow 11s candidate for Jullor of Itreckenrldso lnftfour and six. Two jrood milk cows. county subject to tlio action of tlio Domocrn- - Poll all under BUnrun'ee. O A. Ilrown tt afternoon. Ilro., Hnrdlrsburff, It. K.I). No.1. tic party in the AnKUst Primary. "We can make a loaf of bread, Wo arc authorized to npnounco For Sale Two Good Alares. Just the way our teacher said." J. M. LEWIS, See the sifter girls at School Chapel of ilnrdlmburff. ns n candidate for Jnlior. COU SALE Two Rood mares,M.or will trade K. or for young 1 11 Wo Dust! Nothing to Weight only pounds, Let the kiddie do the cleaning, she will think it play. You can rent this vacuum cleaner at a reasonable price per day. 11 Eou should own our cieaner. mules Cloverport, Ky. cattlo. Popham, For Sale Ojjgs. ;Olt SALE Emdon rooso eggs for sale. Mrs. Taylor Heard. Iliirdtnburg, Ky. For Sale Manure Spreader COU SALE Manure Spreader. Cost Jllf. My price only SW If taken nt once. W. J. Schopp, tiphcnsport, Ky. Negro Hill Farrn For Sale acres tor particulars write Krank English, Sklllman, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. tiVJiaaEU" orHill farm for sale. more less, For Sale 68 Foil pair. SALE A 15 horso power stationery Kniilno; Watklns nvike. In good reIlreckenrldgo News. Cloverport, Ky. lescent. authorized to nnnounco TAY1.0U TATE, Mrs. Porter, of Louisville, gave a Ilnrdlnsburfr, ns a cnndldnto Assessor splendid and entertaining talk on the of Hrei'kenrldiro county, subject for the action of lo of the Democratic party In Primary Election Kentucky mountains at the Presby- August s. terian Missionary meeting last WedFor Representative nesday. Wo uro Wo are authorized to announce Joe Smart was in town Saturday. He MOOKMAN DITTO, said he had been ill two weeks and had enough ailments to kill a hundred men. of QlcnofDean, ns a candidate for RepresenHreckenrldgecounty. subject to the tative tho Democratic party lu Primary Mr. Smart's friends are glad he is re- nctlon of August 'J. Election J For Sale COIt S A LE Dcnos, Mortgages and nil kinds ' of legal lilunks. nreckunrldgo News, Cloverport. Ky. S- p( AGENTS WANTED ly Agents wanted to take subscriptions for the Atlanta, Ga., Consti- tution. Valuable premiums for subscri- S - The Walls and Ceilings 'H 'i I of your homo or any other bulldlnfrin which you nro Interested, should bo harmonious nnd pleasing to tho eyo. These elTocto aro easily secured with PEE-GE- E FLATKOATT The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish Ask our dealer in your town, for our ooautiful book: "Modern Method of Finishing Walls," giving- color schemes and practical suggestions for interior decoration in private houses and public e building-s- . Tho plain directions on each can mako Flatkoatt easy to apply with, perfect success. Pec-Ge- Dr.W.B.TAYLOR Dentist ,nUfae.Urcd t,Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Co. KY ISCORrOniTFD Louisville, Ky. VOll PALE HY Irvington, Kentucky Marion Weatherholt CLOVURPORT. t Dr. Jesse Baucum irm 1 Dentist R Henry G. Yeager YOUR EASTER HATJ 1 I IS READY Jijj Our Spring Hillinery has been received and M, M every woman of good taste will admire it. M H All the new shades and attractive shapes. pj H Every hat has a new note. I Ml Our Annual Spring: Opening Next Week Arrivals of choice materials, finest laces, pretty gloves, fine model corsets, shoes. up-to-da- I I J5 Wo-mnn- W(iWMW te Everything Beautiful for the Beautiful Lady reE65eS&X'3E J I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. FEED! Field General Merchandise Splendid Farm 350 Acres. This furin Is near Lo&t Hun in this county. Good, level, tillable land; watered with two gcod springs; 40 acres in tin.bor. It grow good high colored tobacco, either Burloy or Pryois also whent, com and clover. Improvements, five room dwelling, ono tenant house and big tobacco bhrn. This land can bo bought at a bargain, as tho part) does not live on it and wants to sell it. It is iivo miles from llurneo Station on tho Branch. Price only 12 an acre. JNO. D. BAHUAGE. Best Seeds. Ss fem&7ixt'nixixiaxvy i The "I Am Well" Barker, writes Mrs. L of Bud, Ky., "and can do For oil my housework. years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help mc, I gave Cardul a trial. Now, Heel like a new woman." R. Stolen Singer By Martha Bellinger B58 (Uupyrlght, lull. TH UuDbs-Merrl- face, with its laughing, truo eyes. "Jimmy," sho snld ho had begged her to call him that "it seems aB If I, too, had known you a long time. Moro than theso littlo two weeks." "It la more- - you Bald so," put in Jim. "Yea; a littlo moro. And If It hadn't been for you, I shouldn't be here, or anywhere. I often think of that." "You Bee!" ho crle'd. "I had to havo you, oven If I followed you half-wn- y suddenly ne answered, "Jfep, eVer one bo guuu to me, and you I You've come back, someltow, like a sheepish. reality from my dreams. I watch for "And you followed to rescue me If you. You'ro all I think of, whether you could?" "Yep of course." I'm awako or asleep." Agatha earnestly regarded his frank "Ah, James! Why did you do it?" expression beamed Jim's small-bofrom his eyes. "I followed tho Voico nnd tho Face as I told you once beforo. Don't you remember?" "I remember. But why?" mood was His touched with poetic dignity. "I could naught clso," ho said, looking Into her face. It was all tenderness; nnd she did not resist when ho drew her gently down, till her lips touched his. y How I Shall Miss You When You are Grown hits 4W 21 seven-year-ol- d eud-denl- y Whnt tho poot snng every mothor's heart felt. Baby's photograph taken now and then will preacrvo tho imngo and memorj of baby days for nil time. Clover rhotograplicnj, with tho fast lenses and fast plates of today, also get wonderful results in baby pictures. How long since you havo had your baby's picture taken? Company J -- ll .. "Never heard of It," said Salllo. "Ho'b a good young man, If ho did Take got pitched overboard," went on Mrs. Stoddard. "But ho doesn't need mo any moro, nnd I guess I'll bo going along homo." Tonic "I don't know but what tho rest of A woman's health deus need you," complained Salllo. "It's pends so much upon her more of a Sunday school picnic hero than you'd think, what with a Now delicate organs, that the, York press agent and a princess, to least trouble there affects say nothing of that Mr. Hand." her whole system. It is "Ho certainly knows how to manage a sick man," said Susan. the little things that count, Mrs. Stoddard made her way to Again a woman's life and tha In the cool chamber at the head of , health. If you suffer from tho Btalrs. Agatha, In a dressing-sackwith her hair down, called her any of the aches and in nnd sent Lizzie away. pains, due to womanly "You'ro not going, are you, Mrs. weakness, take Cardui at Stoddard?" Sho took Susan's two bands nnd held them lovingly against once, and avoid more seriher cheek. "It won't seem right here, We urge ous troubles. without you." you to try it Begin today. "You've done your duty, Agatha, and I've done mlno, as I saw It. I'm not needed hero any more, but I'll send Anglo over to help Snllle with tho s work, after I get tho pickled." "Miss Sallie washes 'em after I go Agatha held Mrs. Stoddari's hands to bed in the morning," confessed closely. "Ah, you hate been good to Hand. "Oh, she does, does she!" jeered us!" "Thero Is none good but one," Jimmy. "Well, you'll have to go to quoted Mrs. Stoddard; nevertheless bed at night, like other folks, now. her eyes were moist with feeling. And then what'll you do?" "I guess Miss Sallle'll have to Bit "You'll stay on in the old red house?" "I don't know; probably not for up nights," modestly suggested Hand, when a slipper struck him in the back. long. But I almost wish I could." "I've learned a sight by you, Aga- "Good shot! What d'you want now tha. I want you to know that," said an opera hat?" ho inquired derisively. "Andy!" ejaculated Jim, dismay setSusan, struggling with her reticence tling on his features. "I've just and her impulse toward confession. Do you s'pose I'm paying) "Oh, don't say that to me, Mrs. thought! Stoddard. I can only remember how hotel bills all this time at Th'e1 Larue?" good you've been to us all." Hand grinned unsympathetically. But Susan would not be denied. "I thought you were proud and vain and "If you engaged a room, sir, and didn't and worldly, Agatha. And I treat- give it up, I believe it's the custom " "That'll do for now, Handy Andy, if ed you harsh, I know." "No, no. Whatever you thought, it's you can't get up any better answer all past now, and you are my friend. than that. Lord, what's that!" Jim You'll help me to tako care of this suddenly exclaimed, as If he hadn't been waiting, all ears, for that very dear old place yes?" "Tho Lord will establish the work step In tho passage. "I guess likely that'll be Miss Redof your hands, my child!" She suddenly turned with one of her prac- mond," replied tho respectful Hand. tical Ideas. "I wouldn't let that new And so it was. Agatha, fresh as the morning, stood city man in to seo Mr. Hambleton just in the doorway for a conemplativo yet, If I were you." "Ib Mr. Straker trying to get in to moment, before coming forward to take Jim's outstretched hand. see Mr. Hambleton?" "Samson shorn!" she exclaimed "Knocked at tho door twice this morning, and I told him he couldn't gaily. "I hardly know you, all fixed como In. 'Why not?' said he. 'Danger up llko this." "Oh, I look much better than this of fever,' said I. Then Mr. Hambleton asked mo who was there, and I when I'm really dressed up, you Agatha patted Bald, 'I don't exactly know, but it's kiiow," Jim asserted. either Miss Redmond's maid's beau his knuckles indulgently, looked at the or a press agent,' and then Mr. Ham- thinness and whiteness of the hand, bleton called out, as quick and strong and shook her head. "Not gaining enough yet," she said. as anybody, 'Go 'way! I think I've got Bmallpox.' And he went off, "That Isn't the right color for a qulcker'n a wink, and hasn't been hand." "It needs to be held longer." back since." Mrs. Stoddard's grim old "Oh, no, It needs moro quiet. Fewface wrinkled in a humorous smile. "I guess he'll get over his smallpox er visitors, no talking, and plenty of scare, but Mr. Hambleton don't want fresh milk and eggs." Jimmy almost stamped his foot. to seo him, not yet. Ho wants to see "Down with eggs!" he cried. "And you." "I'm going in to see him soon, any- milk. too. I'm going to institute a way," said Agatha. But still sho waited a little before mutiny. Excuse me. I know I'm visit-lnand ought to be polite, but no going in for her morning visit with James. It meant so much to her! It moro Invalid's food for me. Handy wasn't to bo taken lightly and casu- Andy and I are going out to kill a ally, but with a littlo pomp and cere- mooso and eat it eh, Andy?" But Hand was gone. Agatha Fat mony. Each day since the night of tho crisis sho had paid her morning down in a big rocker at tho other wincall, and each day sho had seen now dow. "In that case," she Bald delights in Jimmy's eyes. In vain had murely, "we'll all have to be thinking t sho been and practical, of Lynn and New York nnd work." Jim shamelessly turned feather. treating him as an invalid whose vagaries should bo indulged even "Oh, no," he cried. "I'm very ill. I'm though they woro of no Importance. not able to go to Lynn. BesldeB, my Ho would not accept her on those time Isn't up yet. This is my vacation." terms. Back of Ills weakness had Ho looked up smiling into Agatha's been a strength, more and moro per- face, ingenuous as a boy of seven. "Do you alwA's tako Buch such ceptible each day, touching her with tho sweetest flutter woman over re- venturesome holidays?" sho asked. "I never took nny before; at least, ceives. It was tho strength of a lover's spirit, looking out at her from not what I call holidays," he Bald. "If his eyes and Bpeaklng to her In every you don't come over here and Bit near inflection of his voico. Moreover, while me, I shall get up and go over to you. ho Btoutly und continuously denied And Andy says I'm very wobbly on his he took no trouble my legs. I might by accident drop to conceal this other malady. As soon Into your lap." Agatha pushed her chair over toas he could speak distinctly ho proclaimed his splrituul madness, though ward James, and beforo sho could sit nobody but Agatha, and possibly MrB. down ho had drawn it still closer to his own. "Tho doctor cays my hand Stoddard, quite understood. "I'm not Bick; don't bo an Idiot, has to be held!" ho assured her, as "" Hand. And glvo mo a shave, for ho got firm hold of hers. "For Bbamo!" Bho cried. "Mustn't Hcaven'B Bako. Anybody can got knocked on tho head that'B all tho tell fibs." "Toll mo," he begged, "Is this your matter with mo. QIvo mo some clotheB and you'll Beo." Even Hand houso, reolly'n truly?" It brought, aB had to glvo in quickly. Jimmy's ho know it would, her ready smllo. "Yep," aho nodded. resilience passed all expectation. Ho "And Is that your treo out there?" came up llko a rubber ball; and now, "Yep." on a fine September morning, ho was "Ah!" ho sighed. "It's great! It's getting shaved and clothed in ono of Aleck's suits. Finally ho was propped Paradlso. I've dreamed of Just such up In un easy chair by a window over- a heavenly placo. And Andy says looking tho towering elm tree and tho wo'vo been hero two weeks." "Yes and a littlo moro." whito church. "My holiday half gono!" Ills mood "Er Andy couldn't you get mo a tlo? This soft shirt suddenly chimgod from Its jocund and como kind of business doesn't look Very fit, does boyish manner, and he turned earnestly toward Agatha. It, without a tio?" coaxed Jim. "I don't know, dear girl, all that "If you ask mo, I say you look fine." "Whero'd you got all your good has happoned slirce that night with clothes, I'd like to know?" inquired you on tho water. Hand shuts me villainously. But I know it's Jim sternly, looking at Hand's im- - off most being Heaven here, with Aleck and maculata llnn The Woman's crab-apple- j I , g matter-of-fac- fever-sicknes- s To be continued round tho globe; even If I had to Jump Into the sea. Kismet you can't escape me!" The Forty Year Te.it. But Agatha was only half smiling. An article must have exceptional "No," sho protested, "It la not that. merit to survive for n ueriod of forty I owe" years Chamberlain's Couirh Remedy Jim put his fingers on her lips. was first olTered to the public in 18;2. "Tut, tut! Dear girl, you owe noth- From n sma'1 beginning it has grown ing, except to your own courage and in favor and popularity until it has AYou good swimming. But as for me, why, ttained a world wide reputation. will find nothing better for a cough or you know I'm yours." Try It and you will "James," Agatha could not help cold. it is a favorite after aunderstand period of why preaching a bit, "Just because wo hap- more than forty years. It not only pen to be the actors in an adventure gives relief it cures For sale by all Is no reason, no real reason, why wo dealers. Adv. Bhould be silly about each other. Wo don't have to end the story that way." "Oh, don't we? We'll see!" shouted GETS THEMBY THE LEGS. Jim. "And I'm not Billy, if some other people are. I don't Beo why I Bhould This Hog Catcher Is the Work of an Old Time Practical Blacksmith. be cheated out of a perfectly good climax, if you put it that way, any I am nn old time blacksmith and more than the next fellow. Agatha, have mnde a j;ood ninny hog- catchers like thnt In the picture, says a cordearest " But she wouldn't listen to him. "No, respondent of Farm nnd Fireside, from no," sho protested, slowly but earn- which paper cut nnd description aro estly. "Look here, Mr. James Ham- reproduced. It Iu a common pair of pincers, only bleton, of Lynn! I promise to do anything, or everything, that you honest- the jaws me rounded in placo of flat ly want, after you get well. I'll lis- Make them about eight Inches long ten to you then. But I'm not going to let a man who is Just out of a delirium make love to me." "But I'm not Just out. I only had a whack on the head, and that's nothing. I'm strong as an ox. I'm saner than anybody. Do listen to mo, AgaGOOD HOC! OATCnClU tha." from rivet to eye In end of handle. "No no, I mustn't." "But tell me, dear. You'ro free? One handle has a socket as Illustrated. Fnstuu u half Inch rope In the e.vi You'ro not " ho searched for tho by innkliiK a knot Iu end; then pass word that suited his mood "you'ro the other end through the second oye not plighted?" This rope should be as Ioiik as the pole, She smiled. "No, I'm not plighted." "Ah!" he chortled, and seized both which is from twelve to sixteen feet. her hands, putting them to his lips. Put It iu the socket loosely. When catching the hog. throw a litShe stood over him, looking down tle corn down or In the trough, open tenderly. 'Time for your broth, Mr. Hamble- the catcher wide, reach with the pole ton, and Mr. Straker wants to know to one of his hind legs nnd pull the if he can boo you," interrupted . Mr. rope. Pull the handle or pole out of the socket anil draw the hog toward Hand. Andy. I'm very you "Can't Beo him, busy," began Jim; then added, "By Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind the way, who Is Mr. Straker?" "Tell him he may come in for a few plies have yielded to Doan s Ointment. minutes, Mr. Hand," directed Agatha. 50c at nil stores. Adv. Presently tho manager was being Introduced In the properest manner to Have You a Colt? the invalid. Agatha, knowing James It the colt is nrvd rlht and bandied would need protection from quizzing, right he does not need to be broken. stayed by. He breaks himself If the owner is on "Now, tell me," wheedled Mr. Strak- proper terms with tils mures and beer, "tho whole story Just exactly as gins Initialing the colts when tbey me it happened to you, please. It's very quite roimj: mid If they are tired ot important that I should know all tho draft type the mutter of breaking ttietn details." is not a question of tireaklug at all. So Jimmy, aided now and then by tint one of education. A colt can be n Agatha, delivered a Straker-Izeeducated Just the same ns a Doy. it of the wreck and the arrival at can lie done li.v the use of the brains lllon. or u hickory stick If limlns are used "But before that," questioned tho a Kood colt will develop Into a good manager. "How did you happen to bo horse. Just us n good Imy will develop on the Jeanne D'Arc?" Into u good iiiiiii. If the club is used For tho first time James hesitated. good cannot lie expected from either. Not even Agatha knew that part of Kansas Fanner. tho story. "I was picked up by tho Jeanne D'Arc In New York harbor," Louisville Evening Post ho replied slowly. and Breckenridge News Mr. Straker frowned. "How pickone vear $3.50. ed up?" "Out of tho water. "What were you in tho water for?" "I had Just dropped off a tug." "What for?" "Because I wanted tho yacht to pick mo up." At this point Mr. Straker directed a commiserating look at Agatha. It said "Crazy" as plain as words. "What were you on the tug for?" "I had followed tho yacht." "What for?" Tho pause before James' next an- By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg swer was apparent. When it camo, etable Compound Their thero camo with it that Bamo Own Stories Here Told. look of smiling ingenuousness. "I just wanted to see what they were going to do with Miss Redmond." Beatrice, Neb. "Just after my mar"Jimrainy Christmas!" exploded Mr. riage my left side began to pain me and Straker. "Any mora kinks In this the pain got so severo at times that I Btory? How'd you know . they'd suffered terribly with it. I visited threo doctors and each one wanted to operato stolen Miss Redmond?" And bo Jimmy had to tell it all, on mo but I would not consent to an opwith the abominable Straker growing eration. I heard of tho good Lydia E. more and more excited every minute, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was and Agatha standing muto and awe- doing for others and I used several botstruck, looking at him. It was plain tles of it with tho result that I haven't that Jimmy, for tho moment, had tho been bothered with my side since then. upper band. "And that's about all!" I am in good healtli and I have two littlo ho laughed. "What on earth, man, Ib tho matter Tho Other Cnsc. with you?" fumed Straker. "Didn't Cary, Maine." I feel it a duty I owo you know there were a hundred to all suffering women to tell what Lydia chances to one the yacht wouldn't E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did pick you up?" forme. One year ago I found myself a Jimmy nodded, unabashed. "Ono terrible sufferer. I had pains In both chance is good enough for me. Noth- sides and such a soreness I could scarcely ing can kill mo this trip, I tell you. Btraighten up at times. My back ached, I'm good for anything. Lucky star's I had no appetite nnd was so nervous I over me. I knew It all tho time." could not sleep, then I would bo so tired Straker turned a disgusted face mornings that I could scarcely get toward Agatha. "Ho's crazy as a around. It Beemed almost impossible loon! Isn't ho?" ho questioned glum- to movo or do a bit of work and I ly. But Jimmy knew his man. thought I never would bo nny better "No, not crazy, Mr. Straker. Only until I submitted to an operation, but a touch o' sun! And it's glorious, my husband thought I had better writo isn't It, Miss Redmond?" to you and I did so, stating my sympSho loved him for his boyish laugh- toms. I commenced taking Lydia E. ter, for tho rollicking spirit In his Pinkham's Vegotable Compound and voice, but her eyes suddenly filled as soon felt like a nw woman. I had no sho pondered tho meaning back of his pains, slept well, had good appetite and oxtraordlnury Btory. With Mr. Strak- ponld tin nlmrat nil mV own Work for a er gone at last, it was she who came family of four. I shall always feel that to Jim with outstretched hands. I owe my good health to your vegetal Haywakd Sowers, "You mean you heard me call for Compound.'-help, there on the hill?" Cary, Maine. - BRABANDT, Photographer WILL BE IN IIARDINSBIRG, KY., MARCH 20, AND 22 IfMlMl 111 I! WHICH In I 1 II IIMI'IH-- W KIND ARE YOU? CHURCH ','. DIRECTORY 1 of n current ' writer, there are three varieties of farmers - the new farnier. who Baptlxt Church ' is the progressive business ngrl- Baptist Sunday School. Pi.TO m, O. E. V. eulturlst: the old farnier. once '.'. r.lRlitfoot. Superintendent. Prnycr Meeting Wednesday m, IlHptln Aid SocWety' up with his times, the pioneer Society mrcts Monday after Second 8undw, II with a wholesome love of work. ''. jvcry month. Mrs. A. II. Sklllmnn, Prcsldertt PrrnchlnR every Sunday nt 11:00 a. m.. and but little ability as an ndmlnls- - ;; 7:30 p. m. Iter. E. O. Cottrcll. Pastor. Choir '.'. trntor. und the tnossback or tho .. practice every Wednesday nlRhtntterprajer meeting. ; ; old farmer who baa gone to seed. .. who does not love work nnd Is flethodlst Church ',', hopelessly lost Iu modern com- Methodist Sunday School. D:30a. m. Ira D. riolien, Superintendent. petition. He Is n drag upon the Preaching every Sunday at il a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Rev if. progress of agriculture and nn Walker. Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednes'.'. obstruction .In the wheels of tho day, 7:30 p. ru. Epworth League, regular' tervlee Sunday fi'44 p, mi business meeting-flrs- t "l country community organization. Tuesday ntghtcacli month. Miss new farmer will take care Hum. President. Ladles' Aid Foclcty The meets flrst Monday each month Mrs. For;; of himself, nnd the old farmer '.'. rest LIghtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionare rapidly In every " and the mossback the extension .'. ary Society mepts Second Sunday President. month., Mrs Virgil Hahtiupo, '. disappearing, but Choir practice Friday night 7:20, A, II. MurIs the fdea " idea Inspiration of taking to them '.'.; ray. Director. and help that the the Presbyterian Church - new farmers can give. Country Presbytprlan Sunday School 0:45 n. m. '.'. Gentleman. Conrad Slppt), Superintendent. he opinion '. ', 11, Cloverport Churches " .1 Mar-gar- lto ! tm m mi ni mn OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Mind, Weeding or Protruding Piles In6 toll days. The first application gives Eas. and Rest. 60c every Third Sunday. Itev. Adair. FrmohinR Minister. Prayer meetlrg TueMlny. 7 :S0p, m. Ladles' Aid Society meets' Wedncay after Third Puidny every month. Mrs Chus. Sattei field. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money If PAZO President. i n mil' Catholic Church Klist Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon, nnd Hi ned'ctlcn. P:00a. m.. oilur thrie Sundays 111 10: n m On wek dns Mafs at 7:fO a. m. Catechetical Instruction for the children on SuturdajK at 8:0a. m . aLd on Sundays at 9:30 a. m. and 2:30 p.m. cnoi-DiioiioHolicz- TOOLS FORJTHE FARMER. Save Money, Time and Temper by Having tho Proper Equipment. Every farmer should keep good tools, so thnt during bud weather, when work cannot be done in the fields, repnlrs may be made This work can be done A small shop may be in the shop. ioillo BALL & MILLER d ver-Bio- $3.50 TWO WOMEN SAVED FROM livery, Feed and Sale built cheaply. There are many repairs that will be Stable needed during the year. Buildings will need repairs. Implements need fixing, fence materials tiro to be cut and put Bus Meets all Trains up. new devices, handy, contrivances, etc.. made. A man handy with tools : Ky can save much expense during the year, and the tools will give him employment when perhaps his time would not bo profitable otherwise. Boys usually And pleasure In using carpenters" tools. II. B. White of the agricultural engineering department of the University Do you realize the fact that thousands of women are now using of Minnesota gives the following list of tools that the average farmer should have: Square, rule, ripsaw, mallet, hamtner. oilstone, handsaw, wood rasp. Jack plane, drawknlfe. ratchet brace, screwdriver, expansive brace, marking guuge. chisels half, one nnd one A Soluble Antiseptic Powder and n half inch: bits as a remedy for mucous membrane af und fections, such as sore throat, nasal or r Inch. pelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulcera The best plnii is to buy good tools. tion, caused by female ills? Women who Cheap tools will seldom give satisfachave been cured say "it is worth its tion. Then the tools should be kept in weight in gold. " Dissolve in water and a tool box In the shop or some place apply locally. For ten years tho Lydia where they can be protected. When- E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recomever you have finished with ono always mended Paxtine in their private corput It hack In Its place. respondence with women. Tools to be truly serviceable must For all hygienic and toilet uses it has be kept shnrp. No progressivo person no equal. Only 50c a large box at Drugcan afford to waste time using dull gists or sent postpaid on receipt of price. The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. tools They should also bo polished and kept bright Farm und Ranch. Hardinsburg, cioiDoiroocnoizD SPECIAL TO WOME! cox&ne one-quarte- three-eighth- one-hal- f, live-eight- three-quarte- OPERATIONS PILGRIMS TO GO TO ROME OVER 66 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Catholic Churches of United States to Observe Anniversary of the Edict of Milan. New York. Pilgrimages to Homo aro expected to be larger this spring than ever before, It is said In Catho lie circles here, because of the celebration this year of tho sixteenth centenary of the official political recognition of Christianity. Festivities beginning In tho middle of March and continuing until December 8, will bo held In every dioceso in this country, Including celebrations of great pomp in Washington and New York. The celebration commemorates tho victory of Constantino over Maxentlus, which assured the political recognition of Christianity In 313 through the edict of Milan. seven-year-ol- d Anyone sending a sketch and description rar irutcklr ucortatn our opinion free whether aa lurentlon Is probably patentable, Commrinlea- -. lion ttrlctlr confidential. HANDBOOK on rutent eent free. Oldest aiiencr for securing patents. Patents taken tbrouah Hunn & Co. receive. rprelal notice, without charge, la the Trade Mark Designs Copyrights Ac. t' ' V t. ' handsomely illnstrated weekly. Tjirttett Clr, dilation of uiit sclentiao Journal, Terms, 18 a yenrt four months, SI. Bold by all newsdealers. A Scientific Jimtf icait Branch MUNN & New York Co,1""Washington. 1. C. HI Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lin. Please do not send' obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. $3.50 III. imwtj.- "i Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one vear 3. 5O. - Notice to Those Who Write. For The Breckenridge Ntwt i'ersonu wno ssnu articles to tits Breckenridge News, kindly take palis to make them plain and on paprbf, reasonable size, Wrapping papsr not convenient to handle on a ty case or deck. Always sign name, '" , Mr. Prize winning brothers lireckenridge will be next County priie-wlnne- rs y vi fc 'I I BROWN'S Sale of Shoes want while our clearance models, and every Up-to-Da- f J. C. PA YIN E INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINUTON, KENTUCKY Rcprccnts Hie Leading Companies In Use Country Hurry-Ou- t FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Insures Unggnge mid Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goods and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. We need room. Buy as many as you sale is on. They are Stylish, te pair well-mad- e. PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR Two school U ( A Good Looking Shoe Makes a Good Looking Foot We have shoes in all leathers and in all styles for Hen, Women and Children. Come before your size is gone. We must close this sale as soon as possible at sacrifice prices in order to make room for Spring Lines. boi. 'ijurl lx temlttit Diis kdl meets s who are q i ill ns fine as these. ma.le from choice winter wheal with leHVining which is pure and wholesome. A Mrictlv phosphate leavening is used nnd the refidue left in the bread by baking Is phosphate of soda and phosphnte of cnl ctiiiii Milts of unquestioned dietic value. is "i SAYS CONGRESS IS HONEST Victor Bergcr, Socialist Representative, However, Asserts Only Capitalists Are Represented. Now York "I have lived among tho congressmen long enough to know tlieni There may ho crooks in tho house of representatives, but thero are very few of them. Tho great majority nro honest men, representing their clnss the capitalist class Tho only trouble is they won't admit thero ACCURACY. RBLIABILI-lAND UNIFORMITY are the only words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Raising Flour is used Scientifically nnd nccurntely mixed by our special! designed machines, gua-nntevery pound of PERFI5CTIOA to havo the proper ingredients. Gjve it a trial. ec lfeconomy in Shoes is Where Economy Counts LfcWIbPUKi MILL COMPANY av Lewisport, Kentucky Rubbers, Slippers, Pumps, Lace Oxfords, Practical Shoes, College Girl Shoes, Men's Shoes for Spring and Summer This sale includes every pair of shoes in the house all the Spring and Summer Shoes of 1912 ONE KYiiJi r- OF DROP Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other Infectious Diseases. Hurry-Ou-t ulian Kentucky Clovcrport, mm ......, ...Q o q O 0 0-- m -- Shoe Sale H. Brown, i Victor Berger. Is iimfl MAKING THE FARM PAY LITTLE orty vacated by Mr. Barney DeJarChamblerlnn's Tablets For Constipaucito. tion. Miss Lillian Sheeran, of Kirk, spent For Chamberlain's Thursday night with Miss Anna Laurd Tablets nre excellent. Easy to take, Askiu. mild and gentle in effect. Give them a Dr. A. L. Kincheloo was in Louis- trial For sale by all dealers. Adv. ville last week. com-tipatlo- any other class." Congressman Victor norger, the Sorlallst representaMRS. V R. f.UNTrU. of Concord. Va., writes "My chickens hail capes so bad last tive from Wisconsin, who Is about to summer I uny until I uot this medicine. It Is tho best poultry remedy I ' retire from the house, made this state- ever usedthat corld not rabo .V".!L ment In addressing nn tnidlence at tho I just put fVu'V1 V''nlJL,.S; f, Lyons. Ind .writes: "It beats anything I ever tried (or capes. In tho feed and drlnklnc water nnd the chicks cet well." People's Forum In Hrooklyn Merger M KS. W V HRACE Y. o( liaskersvllle. Vn , writes: "I havo now used this medicine twr. ears nnd I just could not raise ajy chickens without It. I havu not had u case of capes slnco 1 praised Tnft as a man, j ocean uslnir It ' "born with a gold spoon In his MUh. V H ynDDER of CnUlcPl. New York, writes"I havo not lost a turkey slnco t becan uslnc It. I had Ufty and had Used most cverythlnc else and lost all but thirty when I mouth." heard of this remedy." WHITE HOUSE POULTRY of Ruechel. Kj . writes: "Wo tried It on roup and capes nnd it knocked theso diseases FAR!. out of cxlstenco In three dajs. It ghes the chicks Ufa and vlcor and pu'.U them throuch t!.o critical stace In line shape." well-meanin- - Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand, and uss it as a preventive as well as a cure for disease. SOLD BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. Free Sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent prepaid on request BOURBON REMEDY CO., Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. One 50 Cent Bottle of .......qq o Oil city men who seek homes In the country and for farmers of small means who wish to own tho land which they till the llt- tlo farm solves a serious problem of Hfo. Tho of locution Is lmnor- T tnnt To ent tho host results It Is nec essary to be near at least one good town. In modern conditions farming has to bo mado a business proposition. Even the city man who wishes a restful country homo Is seldom averse to having his land show a balance of profit All farming ought to pay better than it does, and the operations of any ono owning a small tract of land ought to show what may be realized by applying business nethods to agriculture. Air land Increases in valuo lntenslvo fefapnlng will come mora Into vogue. T1e man of ordinary means who is R getting started In agriculture must try fto make forty acres accomplish what'he would have used eighty or a bundred acres for in an earlier day. Tho up to dato plan of runulng a lit- havo such variety of ltle farm Is to tho work isa evenly dls- products that tributed over tho year and thero is something to sell encb week or month. " A farmer with forty acres operating j?oa the principle of diversification can Hbow results as follows: jtoo Fifty hogs, gross -- By C. C. BOWSFIELD o oO"" raising u spnn of colts each season and producing u quantity of fruit, vegetables, lioncy. etc, A farmer can accomplish a, iiinvli on forty acres by such dlverslucntiou as he can with grain crops or a dairy on 100 or even 200 . acres On n place of forty acres in tho Chicago district otie season's protlts above family expenses were: Fruit and vegetables Grain and liny Twenty-livhogs. e ETERNAL LAW OF CONTRARIES HOBOES THREW J. E. HOW OUT They Didn't Like the Millionaire Leader's Ideas of Philanthropy A it is eusj to vary tuls program by rKmifea. 23 "Philosophical Anarchist" How Says. New Orleans. .James Ends How of St. Louis, tho "millionaire hobo leader." who first organized "tho Casual, Unskilled and Migratory Workers of tho World," and called tho first national hobo convention, was repudiated aB a leader by the hoboes In convention here recently. How tried to Inject socialism into the proceedings and was told to get out. Tired of How and the fight between him and President Jeff Davis over tho question of socialism, the hoboes broke up tho convention of the "International Brotherhood Welfare Association," throw How and IiIb principles, out and self-styled SOLD BY KY. PARKS' PHARMACY, 1RVINGTON, KY. J. T. O'CONNELL, CLOVERPORT, Poultry and kks Span of horses Honey from sixteen hives $400 300 600 450 Zth 140 h Milk from eight cows Five hundred bushels of potatoes.... XffKS and poultry 1,000 400 300 12.400 1 In the latter Illustration there is no dairy. This feature Involves more hard and constant labor than any other, hut with the questlou of help settled a dairy of ten or twelve cows Is a good thing. Pork raising Is profitable. I havo fouud rape, artichokes and carrots valuable crops for bogs. Tho artichoke Is especially hardy and prolific, providing an early field fodder. Lnto'ln the season a field of peas is a good thing. Just before the finishing up with corn. Hogs thrive ulcely on alfalfa or any kind of clover. It pays to get or whey from the factories aud table garbage from dwellings or hotels. Poultry as well as pigs do well on this kind of feed. I have raised bogs to 250 or 300 pounds at ten months at a cost of $5 or less. skim-milk "Do you over give your husband birthday hints?" "Of courso I do." "Do you? Why, tho least hint makes my husband so mad!" "Pooh! you don't know the combination. I tell my husband I don't want what I do want, and then I got lt.H Dyspepsia Is America's curse. To restore digestion, normal weight, good health and purify the blood, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug stores. Price $1.00 Adv. "Going to Law." a recent decision of the appellate division of tho supreme court of New York it has been ordered that oleomargarine makers must uot use artificial coloring. Neither may they uso Ingredients which will give n color to their stuff resembling butter. Cuu persons renting farms by the year sell or dispose of hon or horse manure tboy havo saved the last year? Is asked. The Rural. New Yorker says: As a rule, unless some special arrangement is made, such mauuro Is cousld uivd real estate and Is to bo left on the farm. A contract always Involves an offer made by nno party and an acceptance of the offer by tho other party. An nffur which is uot accepted by the party to whom it is made can bo withdrawn by the party who made It. He chi) withdraw the offer at any time By O O I'W'i'iii' " i-- 0 MUM Wednesday. Miss Rebecca Walker, of Kirk, spent several daya last week the guest of Miss Ressie Shrewsbury, O. W, Elmore was called to Tarfork Mr. and Mrs. .John 'Marshall have fhutsday on account of the death of moved to the property which they remother, Mrs Sarah Elmore. cently purchased here. Mrs, Alta Druner visited relatives Messrs Carroll Askin and Willie Mc Grfleld from Saturday until Tues- - Quady, of Evansvllle, are the guests My. of Mr. Felix Askin and family. MIm Bessie Brumlleld, of Sample, is Mart Cook, who has had a severe r the guest of her sisters, Mesd.tuies case of pneumonia, is able to be out (vs. Bryant and Lulu Frank. again. Mary Bates and Ermine are spending several days at Darney DeJarnette and family have tiayl m guests of the former's sis- - moved to the farm recently purchased r, Mrs, Hnry. Burden. from Mr, Ferd Owen. Rev, J. F. Knue wm in Ilardissburg Mr. Rhode has mcred to the prop- - before Hi'ceptHtire. f organized a "hobo mass meeting." How said he was not a Socialist, but merely a "philosophical anarchist," and tried to tell tho delegates that Jeff Davis was himself a SoclalUt. Tho hoboes, howover, howled How down and stood by Davis. "Down with How and his postage stamp philanthropy, ho has novor given us any of his mythical millions," Bhouted Davis, and tho hoboes yelled. "This ain't no political hot air gang," shouted ono of tho delegates, "and we ain't going to lot you fellows spolLour convention," President Davis said tho convention had been called to consider tho welfare of tho "boys who aro up against it," and ho did not bellove they should be "forced to listen to a lot of rot about socialism from thoso who have axoB to grind." After appropriating ono dollar for tho purchase of tobacco for hoboes In jail bore tho convention adjourned to moot in the open air on the river front the following afternoon. IN THE HEART WALNUT-ST- . OF THE CITY H OHBHSCzs IfSs HfeWKi BET. FOURTH & FIFTH I When in Louisville Stop at the Hotel Henry Watterson ABSOLUTELY PLAN ONLY ! I( I. - not stop in a moro modern or homeliko hostelry. At tho Henry Watterson you'll find tho moat exacting Service, excellent Cuisino and elegantly furnished Rooms at very moderato prices. The Cafe and Rathskeller arethc "Showplaces" oXouta-villYou could f. e. Mrs. Nation Dead. Mrs. Pete Nation, aged twenty years, is dead. She died at the home of her father, Mr. Ed Pate, and the funeral was conducted by the Rev, Mr. Cot-trel- l. ROOMS WITH LAVATORY AND PRIVATE TOILET, $1.50 per day ROOMS WITH HATH J2.00 and $2.50 per SAMPLE ROOMS, WITH BATH $2.50 per day dy For Reservations AdJren HOTEL HENRY WATTERSON, Louisville, Ky. GEO. SCIICNCK, Asi't Msr. ROUT. U. JONES, Manager. HoTKt, PATTMf, Ohattonoogn, Term., and UoTr, Augur (open May 1,1013), Atlanta, Qa., under samo management and ownorohlp. She leaves her husband and one child. Cures Old Sores, Otber Rtraedlis Wio't Con Tho worn cases, ho matter of bow long Handing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. l'ortcr's AntUeplIc Healing Oil. It relieve l! ?; l'tla and Ueali at tie tatae tl. c,W,fUW. Try a News Want Ad. Anybody can give Fifty-Seve- n reasons for not doing the things he does not want to do, but should do The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company f Paints, Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wagon and Buggy Harness, Cutlery, Make the very Lowest possiDie races on me iouowmg gooas: Builders'-Hardware- , Chinaware, Stoves, Field and Garden Seed, Rugs, Matting, Windows, Doors, Moulding, Salt, Lime, Plaster, Etc 7l I Tl pecials Mar. Little Giant f 15 f Seed Sowjr V 9x12 Seamless Brussels Rug tyOOV iW Q TA Orders by Aft Saturday Only Red Edge 25c Pad Collar Imitation Oliver 23c 20.. Points 12-Inc- h 1 E l MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" IWpDPAlNl MASTIC PAINT 13 not a new paint it's 40 years old. Not an experiment it's a proven proposition Not an "unknown quantity' as to ingredients; the formula is printed on every can. MASTIC PAINT is reafy to use, and the best It looks best and wears best It lasts longest and is, therefore, the most economical. Testimonials from satisfied users right in your town. Would you like to have them? to use. No. 40 Years Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention of Reputation Behind It Made by Peaslee-Gaulbi- rt Our Specialties: 1 Co. INCORPORATED n tit I t I American Fence; R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Mrs. S. H. Dlx is not much Improved at this writing. Yandel Sargent returned home from who Kis-sam LOUISVILLE, KY. ASK OUR DEALER In your town for book of suggettiont and color card. I '.If STEPHENSPORT Miss QUININE AND 1RQN-TH- MOST RELIEVES TONIC PAIN AND HEALS EFFECTUAL GENERAL AT THE SAME TIME J V. '( Sin Fnmlre, has been the for the past week, returned home Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Sehopp returned from Louisville Monday. Miss Grace McCov, of Louisville, is with her sister, Mrs. George Driskell, of Chenault, puc&t of Mrs. E. A. Thousands of families know it already, You know what you are taking when you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill and a trial will convince you thnt DR. TONIC, recognized for 30 years through- 1'ORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING out the South as the standard Malaria, OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever who is ill. Chill and Fever Remedy and General discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids, Mrs J. W. French mid daughter are the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and in Owenshoro this week. taste the bitter because the ingredients all wounds and external diseases whether ImR. A. Shelluiau is very much do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis- slight or serious. Continually people are solve readily in the acids of the stomach. finding new uses for this famous old proved nfter a severe illness. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist was the Miss Lelah Belle Hawfcir.i Doan's Regulets are recommended it. 50c. Wemean it. 25c, 50c, $1.00 guest of her aunt. Mrs. Hurry Ham-ma- by many who say they operate easily, There is Only One "UROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE of Cloverporc. Monday. without griping and without bad after Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c. Splendid Car Service from Miss Huldah Sheliman, after beinu' elTects. 25c at all drug stores. Adv. at the bedside of her brother, R. A. Louis Daily. Homeseekers It is believed that before long he Jim Bennett? and family, Cora Ben Sheliman, for the past three weeks', nett, Otis Bellow, Ruth Bellow and will announce his determination not to Third Tuesdays. returned home Saturday. UNION STAR Mayme Bellow went to Illinois last enter the primary for United States Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Tinius returned week where they expect to make their Senator and state that the needs of the home Sunday from New ltethel after nome Apply to For State demand his exclusive attention Mrs. George Wagenast is on the sick future visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milt Basham and that he will not have time to delist. vote to the seeding of future political Mr. and Mrs. 10. H. Miller, who have Augusta and Johnnie Dutschka. who Gov. McCreary May C. been the guests of Mr. and Mrs F. honors. Not Enter Primary. Ferry, of Louisville, are expected home are ill of pneumonia, are recovering rapidly and will soon be Hole to be out soon. Now again. 'Ky. L, H. & St. L. Ry. Mrs. E A Kissam entertained quite Frankfort, Ky., March 10. GovernMrs. A. B. Cashman was visiting a number of young people Friday night Didn't Know Whether or Mccreary's return yesterday from her brother, Allen Barbee, of in honor of her visitor. Miss Sjo Washington excited general curiosity who was ill last week. . His Counted Or Not in the Capitol city as to the effect the Buhrman Dowell, of Stephensport, visit to the National Capitol and the Mr. Hayden Undergoes Card of Thanks. Archie McKaughan Is very ill of was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. reported conference he held there on Prayers that are never counted are pneumonia. I thank the kind friends and neighSerious Operation! Wm. Dowell last week his attitude in the Senatorial situation often said. Sunday at Sunday school bors of Tar Fork, for their kindness Mrs. Perry Kemp and daughter will of Illinois, who Miss Beck Rlcketts, Although nothing has been given out the teacher told the class of little boys shown us during the sickness and death leave this week for Missouri to visit has been here for the past few weeks, as coming from the Governor himself, that she wanted all who said J. M. Hayden, of Lewisport, was op their pray-er- s of our mother. O. W. Elmore, relatives. was called suddenly to che bedside of the opinion Drevails here today that the erated on in Owensboro, for rupture every night to hold up their hands. McQuady, Ky.. caused from lifting a big bale of fence Mrs. Eugene Connor was In Cannol-to- her father, who has passed away. It is Governor Is no nearer entering the pri- Every child responded except one. In expected that she will come here to mary now than he was lxsfore he loft u few minutes he answered: "I say wire. He stood the operation all right4 last week the guest of Mrs. Dr. make her home. and is getting along nicely. Wedding. Washington. my prayers after I get in bed." Ad. Try a News for Owensboro Saturday. Mrs. W. B. Gardner was In Owensboro last week to attend the funeral of little Eugene Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp. Lelah Belle Hawkins left this week for Bowling Green where she will take Normal work. Miss Hawkins is commendable for the creditable way in which she conducts her school room, order and discipline reigns throughout, and she works unceasingly for the interest of her classes Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives Surgical Dressing discovered by an out Malaria and the Iron builds up Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood the System. For Adults and Poisoning. Children. low Pares Mar. and To 15 California, The Northwest and Southwest Daily from 15 To April n, Tourist St. Rates First Particulars R. L. LYON, Ticket Agent Irvington, Subscribe Right Fry-mir- e. Steph-enspo- rt, n Want wff Alexander's Biggest White Sale ! "?xswsszKvyt THIS SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY. MARCH 15. 1913 Cotton 4-- 4 "PRICES HOLD GOOD ONLY DURING Corsets S'c 10c 12c 85c 04 CO 35c Bleached 99 Hope Cotton 7c Iloosior Pft Ob Cotton 1- -4 10c quulity Long Cloth por yard 12 Jo quality Long Cloth por yard lfo qimlity Longcloth per yard Linen Sheeting per yard 90-inch $1.00 American Beauty corsets $1.50 American Beauty corsets $2.50 American Beauty corsets , MadameOO 'np Warner Rust Grace OZiZu Proof $1.50 Warner Itust Proof corset per yard . Table Linon 2& ...4c 84c $1.24 $1.94 . Linens 100 pieces of Linen Laco Pnnnnrill m Z4G Bleached 10 4. 4 Wide Sheeting Popporill 00 ZZU Bleached. 9.4Pdpporill ntt 9-- 4 10-Popperill Qf)n Brown, ZZu Brown ., ZUU per yard 50 pieces Valenciennes Laco 84c $1.24 Ladies' Muslin Underwear Gimviih 89c 21 lbs. Standard Granulated Sugar1 4 Cans Corn $1.00 Bleached Table Linen por yard 05c Bleached Table Linon $11 25c 85c 48c por yard 50 pieces Valenciennes Laco por yard 50 pieces Valenciennes Luce, 10c to 15c, por yard 25 pieces of cotton ClunyXaqo ' :.3c India Linen 10c 40-inc- h ..5c 02U Ob nln Linon at India Linen atQ3h 12io 15o a a1 4A. India Linon at India Linon ZsC 25o h India Linon 27-inc- India 8'c lUo 27-inc- h nl h 97-inp- jj .h 27-inc- poryurd r at .. atnl-por 21C K Combination Suits from 45c to Chemise from 50c to Ladies' Pants 22c to Ono lot of drummer samples bet eoverfe, each, I9e to Embrqiderios of all kinds and widths at' reduced prices. 9oC iliZO boC cor 01 OC Bleached Goods per yard 50c Bleached Clark's 0. N. T. 4c a spool 9x12 Nopperhan Brussels 1 Q )C Seamless Bug at O I ZiZD New lino of Mattings from 10c to 30c Broken lot Monarch Shirts, all sizes, go at . .. Q3li per yard 11c yard loo quality at 4 nln 25c quality at rt)n Z2(J per yard . .. ZZu per yard . 10c White Piece Goods quality 12ic quality at Flouncing 45-inc- h 38c per yard per wide at 45c Dress Linens in ail the new shades Table Linen por yard 44c 74c yard......UUO wide at QQn f ub Mercerized Cotton Voile dress patterns Ef from $3.75 to... .M per yard wide nt 7 Co Irvington, Kentucky t1 '