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The Breckenridge news: March 26, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913032601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 26, 1913 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII CONCRETE WALK FUND THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 38 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913. reaved Brother and Sister Trent to God and the comfort of his grace, nnd may they find In him strength nnd solace in this hour of sadness, even rcajiztng that all things work together for good to them that love the Lord. Mrs. T. U. Bland, Mrs. L. K. May, Mrs. Jonas Lyons, Committee. EA8TERJUNT DJ. MURRAY JR. JOR C. H. 8. Its ' uooa oiari nemuuny Belle With Various Attractive Friday Features Enjoyed A Night-Quintette For Little Folks-M- iss Katherine Made Passenger Agent In Louisville And Nashville R. R. OfHunter Phelps Makes Easterfice In Nashville-Thr- ee tide A Delight-Bun- ny Brings Years In'Evansviile. Happiness To All. o ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE acT. IRVINGTON Makes A Hit. Ivath-ritiBunny was good to little j i David K. Murray, Jr., whs here Postmaster Oelze Buys Hunter Phelps Sunday, and in re- urday the guest of his sister, Gibson's Drug Store turn she was lovely to all her very lit- Fred Ferry, and his friends were SatMrs. con- SCHOOL BOARD GIVES $25 f 7i 1 i The concrete walk for C. H. S., has .nlxn a livplv start with 834 80 play t cljbared from the Kentucky Bella given Friday night. The young people layed their parts splendidly and were drilled for the program by the Misses May, Miss Wroe, Miss Hendricks and Prof. McCoy. Messrs Eldred Babbagc, Ruther Pate, Mike Tucker, Randall Ross and Andrew Ashby made n hit by ALL THE NEWS the quintette they sang. pupils of the Prof. Culton and the Cloverport High School will make every effort to lay a concrete walk at the school as soon as possible. Another play will be given soon. Easter At The County Seat Made The school board has given $25 to BabbRge. Joyous By Visitors-Prepa- rathe concrete walk fund and a citizen line rtlvan RD rfnfe uhirh tnnka a total hot $60.30 with the play proceeds. If . tions Being Made To Enter- Stephensport Political every citizen in town would give 50 tain All Delegates To Sunday Men Visit Cloverport cents or even a quarter, the fund 'could School Institute. be raised at once and those who give H. A. Ater, who has announced as would never miss the small amount. candidate for Superintendent of PubPERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES lic Schools of Breckenndge County, CLUB LADIES READING and the Hon. Sam Dlx, of StcDhens-port- , "Don't grumble, don't bluster, don't vere here Saturday in the interdream, and don't shirk, don't think of est of the political races In the county. Will Hear U. L. Estes, Of The your worries, but think of your work." Mr. Ater says he has tried twice to break Rights Association Of Mrs. Blanche Reed left Friday for ed As away from school work aand fail. Equal divorce he has never gotten Little Boys Meet. Louisville to remain until after the Kentucky-Co- mes from it, he must Hke It well enough to Next Week wedding. W. C. McElwaine has been called to make a good superintendent. Mr. Ater To Speak To Them. Several little boys met at the home Memphis, Tenn.. on account of the se- said he would have his picture made of Samuel Edward Conrad Thursday affor the Breckenndge News If he were rious illness of his mother. ' sure he could get a tie that wasn't as ternoon after school and celebrated his will ad-- s . L. Estes, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Henderson, of seventh birthday. A big white cake the Ladies Reading Club at the Webster, attended the Sunday School wide as "a jard of carpet." Mr. Dix also places his announcement with seven candles on it was enjoyed week's meeting which will be held Institute at the M. E. church, and were in the paper this week Mr. Dix is very by the boys. Samuel Edward also celehe home of Mrs. H. V. Duncan. guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Kincho-lo- much interested In trie judgeship of brated his birthday Sunday at the Estes represents the Equal Rights the county and wanes it for the fact its Methodist Sunday School where he has ociation of Kentucky and is a well- Mrs A. M. Kincheloe, Misses Nancy work and.servlce appeals, to him great- - been ever since he was big enough to wn man in the work which he wali and talk. He gave as many pendied four years in Chicago. He was and Delia Kincheloe and Franklin ly Kincheloe" left this morning for Louis nies as he was years old to the Birthe Monday and made arrangements day fund. ville to attend the r the engagement tnrougn .hiss Visiting Relatives. eorgia White, president of the club, wedding. While there they will be the NOTICE and the., secretary, Miss Elizabeth guests of Mrs. D. W. Scott. Mr. Bob Patterson and daughter, Robert A. Smith was the guest of his Skill man Mrs. George Perfect, of Alton, Kansas, r, Mrs- limma bKiiiman win entertain daughter, Mrs. Orrin Hardin, HItes l have .been visiting Mr. and Mrs. This is to give notice that we will on instead Run, Saturday and Sunday. Ithe club this week on Saturday and also at the Isome home in the and after the 1st day of April, 1913, of Thursday, in honor of Mrs. Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox, of Elizabeth-towu- , country They were entertained to din- sell coal strictly for cash, and that our Tanner, of Irvington. are visitors in town. ner Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Walter prices will be 11 cents per bushel for Rev. J. J: Wlllett has gone to Berea Graham. Mr. Patterson and his daugh- lump, 9 cents for nut and 6 cents for Card of Thanks. to be present at the ordination of his ter will go from here to San Antonio, nut P. and slack. Also all parties In son, Dwight Willett. Texas, to see his sister, Miss Jennie debt to us must come and settle at Mrs. Leslie Walker delightfully en Patterson, who has been critically 111. once as we are needing the money. We wish to thank the good people Yours Respectfully, for saving our goods from fire, and for tertalned the Embroidery Club last Mr. Patterson and his family have Jas. M. Lewis, taking us in that night, also for the do-- Thursday afternoon assisted by Mrs. been enjoying both health and prosperGus Shellman and Mrs. W. B. Lennon ity in Kansas. City Coal Co. nation recelved'since we moved. Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner favMr. and Mrs. Noell. ored the Club with several duets. Miss Family Reunion. For Delia Kincheloe in her usual pleasant way saug a solo with Miss Nancy To the Democrats of Breckenriilge County: Mrs. A. J. Dieckman, of Sample, Kincheloe as accompanist. Ice cream I hereby announc as u candidate to represent Ugave a'family reunion at her home and cake were served. The following the Count' of Breckonridjjo in the Lower years of age were invited guests: Mrs. E. B. Eng;Sunday. She is chil- - lish, of Hartford, Mrs. M. L. Dyer, id has a family of thirty-threHouse of the Next General Assembly of KenIt Misses Tida Mercer, Ella Ahl and :ed including her tucky, subject to the action of the Democratic wu a bappy day for all and Mr. Bra- - Maud Smith. Primary election to bn hold in August 1913. Cold water, a little lard less than of this city made pictures of the If eriven the nomination by the Democracy of ly, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hoover, of with ordinary fiour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of this county, I will use every honest endeavor is City, were there. bread out of Perfection Self Rising to bring success not only to my own election in Flour. Try it. MEMORIAL November, but to the whole Democratic ticket as well. Mrs. Lee Walls has returned from a Respectfully, t. Whpreas. God hath In His wisdom visit to friends in Sample and J. II. MILLER. an Droner to call unto himself, little Ijferman Trent, the four year o)d child Mrs. Frank Hardin, ofCabool, Mo., of Brother and Sister Havnes Trent. Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and fraud .whereas, death always brings with Mrs. John Alexander. A POSSIBILITY it a sense of loss and sorrow. If God Bislnp, of Louisville, was Mrs. Lee I .has plucked the bright blossom from in town last week with some spring your home It is for a purpose none of us hats taking orders from some of her iare divine. He alone can pour balm friends. non vour crushed hearts. The holv Maud Dance, of Louisville, one 5y Is yours of knowing that Angel eyes ofMiss speakers .it the Sunday School the aw waccn tor your coming, ana mac Institute, was Mrs. Herbert Beard's aur beautiful little bov will receive guest while In town. rou when "Life's dark days are done." 's Tom Rhodes has bought John T. Therefore, we as a Committee reprc- stock of goods. entlnir the Woman's Missionary So Miss Lillian Beard has been In LouIclety of the Irvington Methodist church isville, and while there she was the 1 hereby express to tnese sorrowing irents and their little son, Robert, guest of her aunt, Mrs. Estil Sutton. (he tender sympathy and earnest pr'ay- Mjs3 Margaret Peyton is at home 01 every memuar 01 our oucicty, from a shopping trip to Louisville. he Woman's Missionary Society, of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, of West vhkk Sister Trent Is a member, would View, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. fftr the following resolutions: Mc. Davis during the Sunday School Ut, That we bow In humble submls- - Institute. to the will of our Heavenly Father Mr, aud Mrs. Fred Sadenwater have fho doelh all things well. While we moved to Mattoon, III. wis little Herman, yet wc sor- Mrs. Fred Basham has been visiting at us those who have no hope, relatives In Webster, eJUg assured that he is sate in the Mrs. W. J. PIggott, of Irvington, mi a'f Jesus. (Copyright.) Knowing how vain Is human made an excellent talk during the Sun$a, Parcels Pest Delivery From Two to Six Weeks Behind. News Item. fort, we would coaimead our be- - day School Institute. Hof-fiou- Leonard Oelze, postmaster of this city, has bought the drug store of Wm, Gibson & Son, and has already taken Mr. Gibson has not made possession. any business plans yet, but will remain In Mr. Oelze's store for the present Mr. Odewalt, jeweler, optician and pharmacist, will also hold his present position with Mr. Oelze. HRDIOURG tle friends. She gave an Easter Hunt in the big yard at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps. After the children had found Easter eggs, purple and pink and various colors, enough to fill their baskets and also fill their hearts with delight, an Easter cake with lemonade wns served the guests. Those present were: Alice Cleo Eubanks, Marlon Behen, Jane and Mayme Sawyer, Eudora Younger, Anna Elizabeth Keith, John McGav-ock- , Billy Phelps, Margaret Jablpe Ncwsom, David and Ira Thompson Bes hen, Mrs. Eenton Eubanks, Mrs. Behen, Mrs. Proctor Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen, Misses Eva and Edith Plank, Mrs. Harry Newsom, Misses Leonora McGavock and Louise gratulating him on his recent tion in promo- railroad circles. It was made known through The Democrat of Nashville, Tenn , which contained the fol lowing notice. An Important change In local Louisville & Nashville railroad circles will become effective tomorrow, when David R. Murray will assume his new duties as City Passenger Agent for the L. & N. For the past three years he has been stationed at Evansville, Ind., where he respectively filled the positions of depot ticket agent and Assistant City Passenger Agent. Mr. Murray was' in the city yesterday to confer with ofTiclils of the L. & N. , aud will return to Evansville today to wind up his affairs there. During the three years he spent in Indiana, Mr. Murray became ve'ry popular witli the traveling public and railroad men, and the present promotion Is a reward for his faithful service and diligently performed duties. He will succeed W. H. Mustalne, who has been promoted to Traveling Passenger Agent with headquarters in this city. The latter succeeded W. M. Wood, who has been assigned as Traveling Passenger Agent for the L. & N , with headquarters at St. Louis,' Mo. The only Baking Powder made NEWS Of THREEGROPS Fine Tobacco Go To Get An And A Hawes-vill- e OHMERTIDE Egg Hunts And Pleasant Affairs Com- Average Of Eight Cents--M- r. Mat-ting- ly Third For The ing And Children-Muc- h Talks Stock Raising. F. M. Mattingly, of Mattingly, was here last week delighted over his sale of tobacco. Mr. Mattingly with 12,000 pounds got 9 and 9 cents, B. II. Bates, of Hardlnsburg, Rural Route No. 3, with 4,000 pounds got 8 and 7i conts, and Herbert Tlnius with 2,000 pounds got 0 and 8 cents at Hawesville last Saturday from the Imperial Tobacco Company. It wa3 graded by Mr. Kleck Robertson, the farmer's man, and Mr. Daniels, of Owensboro, graded for the company. The young men were very much pleased with the prices, as Mr Mattingly said that only 6 and 7 cents was offered by John H. Phelon & Company. Mr. Mattingly said if ho wore so situated not a leaf of the weed would be raised on his place. Ho said tho sooner Going Meeting . At Protracted Presbyterian Church. OTHER NOTES OF INTEREST Beard-Klnchel- oe t e. Beard-Kinchel- - Wm-Noe- Mrs. Virginia Calloway, of Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Earl Bennett. E. A. Reese spent Tuesday In Louisville Word has been received here from Miss Beverly Cain at Kansas City. Sho is at present in the Scarritt Bible school having been ordered home from Mexico some weeks ago. She hopes to be able to resume work in the school at Durango by May, but owing to the unsettled condition of the country there can be no certainty about that. Mrs. Thomas Quick, of Cannelton, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Selzer. Miss Mary Brown hs returned to her home in Lewlsport. Mrs. Charley Hawes left Wednesday for a visit to relatives In Owensboro. Mrs. Luther Wilson and daughter, Annie Mae, were in Louisville last week. Milton Green left Monday to accept a position in Louisville. Ernest Henderson has recovered from a serious attack of heart trouble. Miss Elizabeth Cain had as her guest last week Miss Bettle Lee Jolly, of Bewleyville. the farmers quit raising tobacco the better olT they would bo. Mr. Mattingly cleared more off of hogs this year than he did oil of 'his crop of tobacco. He sold M hogs to Beard Brothers, of Hardinsburg, last week for SI 45.20 that didn't cost him as much as 50 cts., each. They wore seven months old and had lived In the woods. Mr. Mattingly is au enthusiastic farmer. He likes his job and Is eating uo idle bread. Miss Ila Payne spent the week-en- d in Hardlnsburg as the guest of Mis3 Florence Akers. Mrs. Newsom Gardner went to Ev- ansville Sunday. Buy the Blue Ribbon garden seeds at Irvington Hardware & Implement Company. 1 Representative. fifty-eig- ht e grand-childre- Steph-enspor- . IIo-ben- Hawkeye Glee Club will be at the College Monday evening, March Jtlst. Mrs. Mattie Teatr nnd Miss Nellie Mattingly, of Hardlnsburg, are visiting Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Speaks. Mesdames G. T. Marshall and 0. A. Dowell entertained their Sunday school classes to an Easter hunt In the Baptist churchyard Saturday afternoon. Mrs Word Graham, of Madisonville, was in town Friday enroute to Louis ville. Miss Mary Nevitt left Saturday for a visit to friends in Ceciliau. Mr. and Mrs. Larue Cox will leave Monday for Earllngton to make It their future home. We have a new line of buggies. Drop in and see them. Irvington Hardware and Implement Company. Mrs. Lon Graves, of Brandenburg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Henry. "Quit your knockln" on the town board and the school board. They are probably doing the best they can under the circumstances. If they are not, knocking won't help, A friendly suggestion and might bring things to pass. Albert Ashcraft has been on the sick list. Miss Elizabeth Crlder is visiting In Glen Dean. Cold water, a. little lard less than wit.i ordinary Hour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour, It will save you 20 per cent, on your Edward Morrison entertained to an. Easter Hunt Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Mildred and Wallace Morrison. The following attended: Misses Virginia Head, Margaret Jolly, Marlon May, Thelma, Margaret and Agr.es Beauchamp, Evelyn and Nell Brarn- lette, Ruby Haynes, Elizabeth Moorman Hook, Mabel and Nellie Atkins, nnie Mae Wilson, Lucile and Thelma. Galloway, Lorena Selzer, Helen Board, and Mildred Morrison; Messrs Wallace Ashcraft, Arthur Payne, Alton Mar shall, Wallace Morrison, Roy Mona- han, Carl Atkins, W. D. Wilson, Paul May, M. B. May, George Piggott, Willie and Ralph Selzer, Rush Matthews and Gus Howard. WOOL WOOL Nathan Eulrich, who has been buying wool in this territory for the last six years, will be in. the market again this wool season. He hopes that his old friends will bring: their wool In as usual, and he will pay them the full market price as before. We will announce the day to bring your wool In at a later date In these Do not sell your wool before columns. you see me or write mc at Louisville. Address 127 E. Gray St. Wool bags at Irvington Company. Hardware & Implement 99iilip $3.50 M LoulsvilleEvenlng Post and Breckenridge News one year 3.50. 64eC3C4EaE?ES4E4C3E oOMEONE has written back . homo that The Breckenridgo News made her so mad because It didn't publish who went to the picture shows together. The whole news field will be covered, What isn't in this week, willjbe'in next. If not, it is your fault. Telephone vs your news. 40, I bread bill. Try it. Mrs, Nora Board entertained her Sunday school class to an Easter Hunt Saturday afternoon. William White, of Cloverport, was In town Thursday. Protracted meeting commenced at the Presbyterian church Sunday a. in. There was union servlce.Sunday night. Bro. W. T, Joues delivered a line i COURSE IN GOOD CITIZENSHIP Tn '7 'M pi 'is 1 NEW YORK PARIS Commandments, or Words of Advice Which Every Lover of Hli Town Should Hear. Don't llo about your town. The New Spring Styles At the Great Gutman Store Wonderment and Beauty For Women in Quest of Correct Wearing Apparel Richly colored gowns, suits and dresses, by the world's foremost designers and craftsmen ; lovely-blousesfancy wraps, coats and millinery of indefinable charm, grace and beauty; shoes, gloves, neckwear, jewelry novelties, hosiery and every dainty accessory for making woman's toilet complete. Unsurpassed Advantages For Shoppers A Maze of Out-of-Town 1. Br iTVV 5IIav: air J , fit 'J H .k ib ft 'jS'JB wn fa I'flW If . ar r.mim shoppers, the Gutman possesses the advantage of assortment and service. Courteous and competent sales people lend you every assistance in selection, assuring you the satisfaction of knowing that any article you purchase is up to the very minute in style and quality. 3Tor out-of-tow- n and tho knockor Is Boon found out, 2. Protect the healthfulness of your, town. The fly is the product of filth, and the mosquito must be cradled In stagnant water; still, It is fatally easy to ralso a good crop of either, 3. Increase tho beauty of your town. It Is a great thing to make a flower bed whero an ash heap grew before. Ueauty Is its own excuse. 4. Improve tho moral tone of your town. By so doing you keep down the taxes, for n good citizen is easier to control than a bad one. 5. Support the educational institutions nnd pay the school tax gladly. Educate your people and attract tho educated. A trained mind is the world's most potent force. G. Take the newspapers, advertise In them, and do anything else you can to help in their support or improvement Tho press Is tho mirror of the town. They 7. Support the churchcB. have faults, like all other organizations composed of human beings, but they aro tho only institutions in the community that stand primarily for righteousness and spirituality. 8. Keep up an interest In the po Htlcnl affairs of your town. After your carelessness has allowed tho political power to slip into the hands of grafters, only a strenuous battle can get it back. '9. Don't blame tho results of your own shortcomings on tho town. Tho success of your neighbor will prove you a liar. People, 10. Advertise your town. Hko moths, fly toward tho light. Lakeland (Fla.) Telegram. truth (s good enough for tho booster, ONE DROP OF Bourbon Poultry Cure down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking waters Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and others Infectious Diseases. summer that ever used " i 1 MRS. W. R. GUNTER, of Concord, Va writes! "Mj- - chicken had capes so bad last I coi-.lnot ralte any until I got this medicine. It Is the best poultry remedy I d io. onnnu v Duug, ui t.jruus, iuu., wines; 11 Dcaia nnyimac , ever inca ior kbiV ft pui 11 in iu iccaa huu uriuifciiiK wmcr Hnu me V111CK3 gel well. J MRS. W P. BRACEY, otliaskersvllle, Vn writes: "I havo now used this medicine twV.'i years ana i just couia not raiso any cmcuens witnout it. i navo not had a case ot gapes since 1' h.r?an ntnr I, " MRS. W. R.VEDDER.of Catsklll. New York, writes: "I have not lost a turkey since IN ocean using it. x naa mty ana nuu used most everything clso and lost all but thirty when I UCttlUUl lllll IVUIVU,. vv in in. jiuuac mxn., ui iiuccuci. rw) ., wrucs; wo iricu it on roup aau ruuui gapes and It knocked theso diseases out of existence In three days. It gives the chicks life and vigor and pulls them through tho critical stage In flno shape." JUBl v ii Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine .Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand, and use j 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. SOLD BY One 50 Gent Bottle of Chamblerlan's Tablets For Constipation. Chamberlain's For constipation, Tablets arc excellent. Easy to take, mild and gentle in effect. Give the.m a trial. For sale by all dealers. Adv. DECEIVED Old BY KY. PARKS' PHARMACY, IRVINGTON, KY. J. T. O'CONNELL, CLOVERPORT, War ifflv&M1 Come to Louisville and go through overy de- HONK! HONK! partment of this store, admire, compare, criticise. You will not be urged to "buy. Make use of the Gutman rest rooms; also the free' check rooms for your parcels and baggage. Darkey Probably Associated 8ound of the Motor Horn With Flight of Wild Geese. m. PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR is made from choice winter wheat with leavening which is pu.re and A strictly phosphate leavening is used and the residue wholesome. left in the bread by baking is phosphate of soda and phosphate ofcal culm- - salts of unquestioned dietic value. ACCURACY, RELIABILITY AND UNIFORMITY are the onl words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Raising Flour is used. Scientifically and accurately mixed by our specially de-- i signed machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to havti the proper ingredients. Give it a trial. H. J. GUTMAN & CO. ixconroiuTtD LOUISVILLE WOMAN SAVED LOVER SURELY GIRL'S BEING ON TRAIN WAS ACT OF PROVIDENCE. That Fred Chalmers Is Alive Today, and Able to Walk, Is Due Solely to the Pleadings of His ' Sweetheart. Fred Chalmers of the Frisco System will swear to tills one. The story comes to mo at third hand, but, even at that, I am Inclined to believe with him. On any other night It would jSSi tfjp t? Nv: have been merely tl10 CHailCCS ol railroading, o u i iiiia nicht It was different. "Feeling pretty line, I see," someone remarked to him as ho hooked hl& engine to the Meteor, southwest frcm St. Louis. "No name for It," ho grinned In reply. "We'll fly today. Alight bo someone waltiug for me at the other end " And tliey did ily. Chalmers opened up and took the whole run at record speed. Hut this was In that same evil period of 1907, and there was a compound curve at Rollo, Mo., that lay In wait for him. When ho loft the rails his speed was so great that the engine was Hung right over backward and rested close besldo tho cur, sotting It afire. All in a minute, from whistling a love song to tho girl he expected to greet at the end of tho run, ho found himself facing a slow roasting. Ho felt as if ho had tho whole train across his knees, and, twisting himself, ho could hwi that n bag-bag- o door of the baggage car held him pinned down to the roof of the cab. The flames were breaking out close to him, and his chances looked slim. conHarry Prescott, the dining-caductor, was first to sec his danger, but the door was jammed fast. "Get an ax, Harry," he groaned. "Cut my legs off at tho knees. It's my only hope." Prescott made a jump for the first car, which lay on tho side in the ditch, but could not get at tho ax in its rack on account of a girl who had her knees pinched between the last two seats. He took In tho situation in an instant, shoved his shoulder un, released the der the broken girl, seized tho ax with one hand, took her by tho arm with tho other, and pulled her Into the open. Ho did' it incidentally, not even looking at the girl, but, as people will do In a state? of great excitement, he called to hear as he ran: "Sorry I can't help you, but I got to cut Fred Chalmer's legs oft." She had fallen in a heap, too bruised to stand, but at his words she jumped to her feot and hobbled olf excitedly after him "toward tho engine. And, as sho ran, she began to r seat-ond- tell you! Didn't you lift it off me?" It was no time to argue, and sho held the ax with all her strength. "Lift it off!" sho cried again. "It's loose." Chalmers heard tho voico Just as ho was sinking into unconsciousness, and instinctively raised himself up. Ho was too much astonished at seeing the girl to realize what happened thei'; but, Involuntarily raising his legs, the weight gave way, a charred end of board fell across his feet, and quick to see the chance, fccized him by tho arm and pulled him free from the cab. "I wanted to rido with you, Harry, without you knowing it," tho girl whispered to him. "Providence must have made mo take this train." Kansas City Star. Pres-.'ott- , "Our general public Is coming to think that almost anything can be done, and the railroads are unable to keep up with the theoretical progress of events," said W. L. Park, speaking at the annual banquet of the Association of Electrical Railway Engineers "After certain propositions are announced which seem to be fairly plausible of accomplishment the railroad officials are immediately asked to put them In effect." Mr. Park said that tho general public in this respect was a good deal like the darkey down at tho lower end of tho Illinois Central railroad. The aviation meet had been held In New Orleans just prior to tho incident. A gasoline motor car had been sent to operate on that part, of the road between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The car came along on its trip and tho old darkey saw it coming as he was driving a team of mules attached to a load of cane, across the track. He stopped on the railroad crossing and tho motor didn't stop, and Mr. Darkey and tho mules were knocked Into the ditch. They stopped tho motor and went back and picked him up and the conductor said after he found out ho wasn't Injured: "Uncle, didn't you see the motor coming?" "Yas,' sah, I done seen you comin' and I honred yo' honkin' and honkln', but fo' Lo'd's sake, chile, I didn't reckon yo' was on the ground." LEWISP0RT MILL COMPANY Lewisport, Kentucky J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country w to' FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Household Goods Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers, and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. Better Subscribe for The News Right Now uu "Don't cut his legs off! Don't do It. He's my Harry; I'm going to meet him today, and ho can't walk without legs." Prescott neither heard nor saw her, but ao he reached the engine he found Chalmers leaning back full length to noid the flames. His trousers wore halt burned, and oven Ills coat was catching lire. There was no time to waste. Prescott raised the ax and Chalmers closed his eyes. Dut the ax did not fall. The girl had seized It. Prescott Bwung around, as much to avoid the flames as to face her; and sho, pointing to the blazing door, cried: ".lit, it off. can't vtuti t iu ... pleaBo. sob. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind There is nothing more discouraging piles have yielded to Doan s Ointment. than a chronic disoider of the stomach. Is it not surprising that many suffer 50c at all stores. Adv. 2 floors 40x40; fur HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building for years with such an ailment when a IIIIIIII I III I II permanent cure is within their reach nace, bath, laundry, toilet, basement, natural gas, hot waUri A WISE OLD WRITER. and may be had for a trifle? "About Location ideal; property rents for $240 JiJ all modern improvements. one year ago," says P. H. Beck, of year, rnco !p,7ou, casn. lr you warn; a nice iiorao mis is ypm? Columella, in the first century Wakelee, Mich., "I bought a package cnanco. uor iurtnor parciciuars write or gee uno. u. uaouugu, v"-- i A. D.. wrote: "No one gifted with of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since common sense will ever permit vorport, Ky. using them I have felt perfectly well. I himself to bo persuaded that our had previous! used any number of difearth tins grown old, us a man ferent medicines, but none of them grows old. Tht sterility of our were of any lasting benefit." For sale fields is to be imputed to our doby all dealers. Adv. or own If ings because we bund over tho cultivation of them to the unreaof all avail-Dog Holds Up Train. full place of soning management of ignorant a highly bred and prized bull When and unskillful slaves." Columeluse by able dog jumped from the baggage car on la also recommended the growan express train near Sunbury, Pa., ing of alfalfa and vetches, comhad chewed itself loose from after mending their virtues in tho Its leash, tho, train was stopped while highest terms. the crew chased It over H-farm lands for half an hour. The ani- I'W"1WM"I-I"was finally captured. Tho train mal Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days arrived hero nearly an hour lato. Ex- Your druKRttt will refund money If PAZO press employes said tho dog was In- OINTMENT falls to cure any case 6of Itching, Illlnd, Weeding or Protruding IMIc in to 14 days. sured for $1,000. The first application gives Ea. and Rett. GOc City Property t High Street Home I I 1 I'lllil 1 1 1C any kindget property making News Real Estate Ads. it's your ambition to a country; a farm ; information ofThe Breckenridfe snow-covere- d W Hill fr Try a News Want Ad. l NOTICE FARMERS! TTie Agency fop the Continental Fire Insurance Company, I of New York, Farm Department W. C. MOORMAN, has been transferred to me from J. E. Taylor, ot Leitchfield, Ky. protection in this old and tried company will write or call me up, tion guaranteed. have the agency for Heade and Breckinridge counties. Anyone who wants Best protection, prompt and liberal adjustments, lowest cost. Satisfac- GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY Sufftrtd Twtnly-On- i Yiars Finally Found Relief (JOTr " - f.5tfvs 1 t i it ir. lo- - garden truck Just outside of town. When they spoke v to him about It Dannio would get out a notebook and pencil and figure on much more ho would bo worth It,, the next ten years by raising jumpklns and ducks and. chickens ,than he would at engineering. But this didn't fool anybody, becauso the boys knew that Dannie had been born a railroader and that his only real element was along tho shining rails. The thing that mado Dannlo quit tho road occurred when the baby Dan was a little bettenthan two years old. It was a gloomy drizzly day. No. 55 was approaching the town. Owing to tho Bllppery condition of tho rails the engineer had had somo trouble in getting his unusually heavy train over tho road on tho schedule. Tho train was a few minutes late, having lost the time coming up the long grade from North River, and Dannlo was crowding on the drivers every ounce of steam they would stand without slipping. There wero several curves, one of considerable length around a sloping hill just before reaching the place where Dannie lived. As the engine swept around tho hill, revealing tho long tangent ahead Dannio saw on tho rails a small white object which ho instantly recognized as a little chap. Instinctively he reached for tho whistle lever and then his heart failed him at tho thought that it wouldn't do the slightest good; Little Daunle was no more afarid of a railroad train than ho was of 13111 Skaggs. Ho knew that his dad was on that engine, and he felt satisfied in ,hls little baby brain that no harm could come to him when his dad was reftr. So ho toddled up toward tho engine with a smilo on his lips and hii littlo arms stretched out. Of ratner snut on iurse me steam and applied the emergency cker than I am telling it, and then, rcomo by tho horror of tho Bltua- n, his head dropped on tho window if ho had fainted. Bill Skaggs, big gly old Bill, as soon as he saw the id, ran along the running board bo- slte the big boiler as lively as any onkey could have done, climbed out on thepilot, stood still for a moment until Xb caught the baby's eye, and then tfwve the regulation railroad sig- rwtnal for the train to move forward Little Dannie saw it and obeyed orders. He cleared the track. Skapgs was a little wobbly and his face looked odd as he . leathery climbed back Into the cab. Ho saw what had happened to Dannie that his norve had entirely left him and bo he motioned him to get on the ether side of the engine and took the train into the division himself. Before going homo Dan went up into the superintendent's office and resigned. He simply told the superintendent that it was a good year for farming and he wanted to get back to I' tho land. Skaggs took his place as uan-- . engineer mm muuo gooa. nle still retains his Interest In railroading and will doubtless In time be an engineer himself. He sometimes thinks it funny, however, that Mb dad quit such a kingly profession In order v,rto7hoo In tho garden. . P'i-nau-craze- to try your Swamp-Roo- t and I at once commenced using It. The first bottle Tho boys In tlio roundhouso tliought did me so much good that I purchased K funny that Dannlo McCaull should two more bottles. I am now on my sec quit hla Job as ond bottle and am feeling like n new jP8 paaBcnger engl woman. I passed a gravel stone as nccr on tho Hrook-haveby lirgcasabig red bean and scvcrnl division, which ho pulled small ones. I have not had the least down from $150 feeling of pain since taking your to $180 a month, Swamp-Roo- t and I feel it my duty to and go to raising recommend this great medicine to all n Having suffered for twenty one jenrs with a pain In my side. I Anally have found relief In Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. The physicians called It "Mother's Pain" and injections of morphine were my only relief for short periods of time. ( became so sick that I had to undergo a surgical operation in New Orleans, which benefited me for two years. When the same pnln came back one day I was so sick that I gave up hopes of living. A. friend advised me A "fimM xsT JBPeCT -- 0iiw - isstacvi ). rrzrjM. uou-s- .' -- -i -- . r w s? -- tv. If You Went To Buy Which Field Would You Select From? It is iiv RAW COTTON i natural to suppose thnt j'ou would select from the field on'tho left. "Why? Because tho field on the lcft'shows an abundnnt, healthy growth, while that on the right indicates a sickly crop that suffering humanity. Gratefully, yours, MKS JOSEPH CONSTANCK, Avoyelles Pur. Marksville. La. Personally appeared before me, the 15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph Constance, who subscribed the above statement and made oath thnt the same is true in substance and in fact. Wm. Morrow, Notary Public. qp Dr. Kilmer & Co. Ulnuhimton. N. Y. 9C Letter to would ttcver ho an investment. Tho same principle applies to purchases of Dry Goods as well as personal requirements and home needs. You do not want to make your selections from sickly assortments or that only faintly represent tho trend of fashion but you do want to chooso from full and copious assortments that represent all that is new and worth having. During tho last few weeks wo have received many thousand dollars worth ears and Footwear for women and children. Now Millinery, Now of new goods. New Kcady-to-Now Draperies, ,Ncw House Furnishings, Now Footwear, New Furnishings for men and boys, Carpets, New Hugs, New Furniture, and it will bd a pleasure to show you these new things, believing that our prices will interest you as much as tho beauty of tho goods ta l Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bjngham-ton- , N. Y., for a sample bcttle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention The Brockenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. Regular fifty cent and size bottles for sale at all drug stores. one-doll- a alfalfa seed snouid give a pcrcentngo of least SO. Dyspepsia is America's curse. To re atDocs tbe sample contain a large numstore digestion, normal weight, good ber of brown seeds? If so It would health and purify the blood, use Bur be safer not to use it Tbo brown dock Blood Bitters. So'd at all drug seeds mtiy sprout in tbe uppuratus just stores. Prlco $ 1.00 Adv. described, but full enlrely to make plants wben put In the ground out of DON'T LOSE YOUR f Scarcity of Sailors. Hardly ever before wero sailors known to be so scarce, It being almost Impossible at tho present time for vessels at New England ports to secure crews, says tho Kennebec (Me.) Journal. White crews seem to bo a thing of tho past on board tho largo sized coastwise craft, and the colored sailors who of late have been filling their places seem to be drifting into other pursuits. Many of tho latter secured places as firemen on board steamers at tho tlmo of the unsuccess-fu- l strike of the Coastwise union last May, and have held on to tho Jobs over since. At any rate, very few of them have been seen In this port of lato, and, despairing of getting a crow hero, tho owners of tho schooner Clarence H. Venner and Malcolm Baxter Jr., have engaged tho Boston tug Baxter to tow tho two bessels to Philadelphia, where they are under charter to toad coal. Tho tug will get $G25 for the tow, and, with the uncertain weather conditions, sne is likely to earn It. Charge Accounts . Solicited We cordially invite Should you find it inconvenient to come to our Store, remember that we have a MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT that will take care of ! Railroad Fares Refunded We rebate to out-of-town your wants. And we will deliver free all goods mailable by Parcel Post. Purchases not mailable by Parcel Post, and that amount to $5.00 or more, will be delivered free by either freight or express. customers 5 the readers of this advertisement to open a charge account with us. If you can't come in person, just send satisfactory reference with application for . iBACoHasrjN Louisville, Ky. , Dairyman's Creed. In abundant exercise nnd nutritious feed for cows nnd young stock. I believe thnt a heifer bred for milk production cannot be ruined for that purpose by too good feeding previous to her (lrst calving. I believe that the most important time to practice good feeding with a dairy cow Is when she is dry. I believe that a soft, comfortable bed to He on will be reciprocated by the In Increased milk flow. by nliMirbhiK the liquid tnnnure we double the fertilizing value of the inlmnl excrement. Farm and Dairy. per cent of their total purchases up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare; this makes it possible for you to come to Louis- credit. A I believe ville at practically our expense. . ILJ Mules, Hogs and Cattle We have 1 pair mules weighing 2400 lbs., and 1 nir mules and an extra pair of grey mules and 1 mule 3 15-years-ol- d All good ones and must be sold at once. We have 1 Poland China boar weighing 140 lbs., that is extra good and will U delivered to any railroad point in the county for $15. Have 2 Polled Durham bulls 6 months 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 3. LABOR! Planting Impure and Poor Alfalfa Seed Means Time and Work Gone. It wont be long now until farmers begin to plant ulfulfn. und wouldn't they like to know whether it is pure? Only one thing on earth will settle that doubt und that Is to test the seed the best seed obtainable. The testing cau be done at homo too. It takes only a simple apparatus, consisting of two pieces of flannel or of blotting paper about six Inches square, between which aro placed 100 seeds. Tho whole, placed between two plates, should be kept moist, but not "sopping" wet and the seeds which have sprouted counted every day. At tho end of six days the total number of sprouted seeds will represent fairly well the ger minuting power of. the siunnln. Good h .H rx. when you buy paint. Buying impurities may bring down the first cost but in a short time they ore sure to prove expensive. Adulterated paint craclis and scales off long before good white lead paint shows any signs of wear. Be sure that your painter uses You Can't Be Too Careful Phoenix White Lead i 1 (Dutch Boy Palnttr Trad Mark) Insist on his using pure linseed oil. Then you'll know you're getting a quality job most economical because it wears so long and affords real paint protection. j m Keep the Soil Fed and Busy. Intensive growers of vegetables almost Invariably maintain manure compost piles When one crop Is' removed the soil is plowed, an Inch or two of rotten manure applied, harrowed in and the nest crop planted the same Fruit and Vegetable. day perhaps. One acre funned Intensively may be worth more than ten Anty Septic Is the pear tree's kindest acres farmed Indifferently. N'ntlonnl relative. She should always be on Stockman and Farmer. baud wheti pruning out blighted branches. Let her wipe tho knife utter every cut. Corrosive subllmute Is bcr best alias. Where the bodies of fruit trees are covered with whitewash composed of lime nnd soft soap with a littlo crude Gome One! Gome carbolic acid added, thero Is less danger of Injury from rabbits, Bunscald and Insect pests thnt may attack the bark. Allow the nshes to cool before using them as a fertilizer for grapevines: then don't put them right up against the vines. In fact. It Is best to dig a shallow trench a few Inches away from tho roots of the vines and place the ashes lu that. The ground for radishes should contain a Inrge amount of rotten manure and should be mudo thoroughly Que before drilling tho seed. Planting may bo done any time after tbe ground is No line 1 ready, covering the seed with about doors. Muny farmers sow screenings or seed which Is little better than screenings nnd try to mala up for Inck of ounl-lt- y by doubling the quantity. This may do well enough where land Is cheap, but there Is too much danger anywhere of getting n poor stand or sowing the land with weeds. Kansas State Agricultural College. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, 8 : 1111 Like-Wis- e miles from Ilnrdiiibburg and Glen Dean, Ky. 2 from Glen Dean. ocioczzocz:izziDczzzioiz?fJi Ask the Farmer Who Has One wbat wonders the Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 1 Sells my products 1 Protects the homo 2 Gets tho best prices CD 5 Helps the honyewifo ' 0 Increases profits 3 Brings supplies f C 7 Pays for itself over and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be inteicslcd nnd send today for booklet. For information call Manager For any pain, burn, scald or bruise, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil tin household remedy. Two sizes 25c and 50c at all drug stores Adv. d Subscribe Now ail! Cumberland Telephone & .1 (lnnnrnnrntH Telegraph Co. let me look H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. Plinne 18. after your.... DENTIST Residence fhcltman Home Insurance too big No line Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office Over Farmers Bank i A NOTHING one-ha- inch of soil, It U cusy to low too much seed, thus making it lecesHury to thin. American Agrlcui-:urlst- . lf Reserve Fund OM too small Ask for our Painting Points MUlninr color scheme and manf helpful paintins suggettioaa Come to us for vnur mint suddIIcs and r It is very essential to inako T monov. but It should uot be dona 4. at n sacrlflco of tho fertility that Is in the hind, Tho thing to do Is to raise crops that will enrich the laud ut the same tlmo as they enrich the farmer. To Cure a Cold in One Day LAXATIVE DROMO Quialae. It ttps tW Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the been tried and gave United States. All more essential to success nnd happiness than eet asido nnd constantly accumulating as a resorvo against future necessity or opportunity. It begets confidence; it dissipates worry. Start right, vith a strong and safe institution, allowing a good interest. is perfect satisfaction. L. C. TAUL Cloverport, Agent Ky. Marion Weatherholt FIRST STATE BANK, Talc Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. DriuaUtt refund money If it fall to cure, wVGROVfi'S sigoatYire oa each box. Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :: t jc . THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JN0. D. BABBAGL, The Telltale Tick of Time No farmer can run n farm nt a profit No with hand labor tools nowadays. banker would lend money on a farm where jjrain wa cut nnd threshed by hand as it was 50 ears ago. Nearly nil of our work Is now done with heavy machinery nnd we need more power to do ii. The average plow nnd wnon Is too email, and too much time is lost in their use A horsepower ought to be a horsepower, b t we do not have it in the iritable little fellow that "thews tho bit," "switches his tail," and "paws IN WHITE MARQUISETTE DRAPED PANNIER SKIRT ALONG THE LATEST DESIGNS. Editor and Publisher Issued Kvory Wednesday. Make Your Home Attractive Fino houses nnd bountiful surroundings apeak for tho town, showing that nn cncrectic nnd Fndustrious pcoplo nro its citizens. liNcat, nttrnctfvo Fnrra Dwellings, with conveniences added, aid to keep tho hoys nnd girls on tho fnrrp. lf you contcmplato building or lemodoling your nomo, don't bo carried nwny by tho alluring ndvcrtiscincnts of distant denier. Purchaso your material from your homo dcnlcT ho will bo more interested in you and will give you tho best advice. Our homo contractor carries a full li.no of well up-to-da- EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26, 1913 Subscription prico $1.00 n year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho ratb of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcao notify us. Many Materials Will Be Used the Coming Summer for Drapery of This Style Some New Features Shown. Draped nnd pannier skirted gowns aro being made in voiles, marquisettes and mull for tho coming Bummor, and aro every bit as alluring In theso fino soft goods as wore tho vclvots and satins of winter. In tho accompanying sketch Is shown a whlto marqulsctto afternoon frock with qulto a novel draped pannier skirt. Tno blouse is very simply mado nnd has long alcoves cut In one with tho waist. They aro finished at the cuffs and up tho opening with whlto net plaiting. Tho same theenrth." Get Out of the Utile Horse Habit The foregoing headings are slogans expressing the discontent of farmers in this good section. Some years ago they were lured into the idea that they needed horses only to ride. This land Sometimes a mistake is tho best thing one can make. has been ploughed to depth of about four inches, until "Dynamiting" was suecested to break the hard pan, or bet out dull. Tho boy who gets tho blunt end of things never turns ter the plow pan, butap certainly breaks the farmer. TJiey demanded the only Twenty-si- x announcements in our candidate's column this week. common sense way way out of the present dilemma. The "Draft Horse'' to do the work and give us large mares to Farmers of Breckenridgc county should get into tho Oolite habit. raise mules from. Such arguments and persuasion caused us to bring "Comanche Chief," 63410 and "Black Sampson" knowledge is only kk'm deep when gradu into this section. We'll keep you posIt is not tho sign that ted in this space, but join the throng ates get real sheep skin diplomas. that is daily visiting our place and boon our business early is the best thing to "Tho Tell Talo Tick of Time" is a good slogan. Have a slogan Come either of the six week days and you will find our Junior member courte and use it like Dr. Footo is doing. It will mean something to you ous and competent. Distant mares kept at a low rate; very best of facilities tor and your business. handling this business, nnd prompt vet erinary skill at hand if needed. Tho soil of Bieckenridgo county is bounteous. Tho hills and the Valleys arc full of rich gifts. The opportunity to work is every whet e. Dr. P. W. Foote & Son Lumber, 5ash, Doors, Moulding, Lath, ing, Brick in fact everything to comploto your building Roof- j$l Paints, Oils and Varnishes for exterior and and interior finishes. Planing Mill Work to Order MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Spring Announcement Confectionery and Bakery havo beon given all the improvements and wq are now equipped to ser vo you in a delightful way. Orders for OUK Young man, do you grasp the point. . Two and The Hon. D. II. Severs says he is thinkirur seriously of getting into the race for Representative. The ring is open Mr. Severs; toss EARLY DAYS ON THE BATTERY your hat and get in. It's u free Demnctutic light. f Miles South of Irvlngton, Ky. One-hal- Bread, Fancy. Cakes, Ices, Candies, Fresh Fruits and Delicious Meats the market affords will be received by telephone or otherwise. You aio cordially invited to visit our store. Our new announcements this week aie: Squiie Sam Dix, of New York's Most Famous Point Overlooking Sea. and Dr. R. T. Dempster, of Glen Dean, for County Judge and Prof. II. A. Ater, of Lodiburg, for County Superintendent of Superb was tho view from the BatSchools, V. G. Babbage, of Cloverport, for County attorney and tery in the old days, and glorious are Jesse II. Miller, of Sample, for Representative. the wraiths who still haunt its paved rt, Men Great in History Have Visited f Wa)sfl'stftsflrl(pis)ta(llsMsst)1s4isMa L. GIBSON and shaded places. se'f-exiled d J. Rnlcigh Mcador, editor of tho Hardinsburg Leader, and our wcnial competitor, says that we go on the branch to pound or two of good butter. We must get back at that ho goes the tamo way, trying to get a certain one to buy butter . Success to you, our good humored neighbor! for Talleyrand, from France, years ago often paced a hundred-odbiing home a slowly along where thousands now move, who, perhaps, never heard of him by saying him. Phil-lip- e jp as tiefpyou WSS& After Talleyrand came Louis and Jerome Bonaparte, both of whom knew and admired the Battery. Lafayette walked its sea wall and Bull Moose delegates from all over the Stiito were in attendance gazed out on tho bay, and hero sauntered at a meeting in Louisville ye&terda'. The leaders expressed them- Arnold,that audacious traitor, Benedict ruined by an ungovernable selves us highly pleased with conditions in tho State, and went on re- temper and a Tory wife. cord as opposing any fusion with tho Ofd Line Republicans. They Here, in the same strenuous days, threatened to have Col. Cicero Barnett, of Hartford, brought before came Clinton and Cornwallls, and a cen. le State Committee and disciplined for making a fusion with the Re- - here, through tho vista of half world's tury, wo witness the new blicatis in Ohio county. welcome to Kossuth. Nor is tho fact to be forgotten that in ancient Castle Garden, transformed from a fort Into an opera house, Jenny Llnd, one autumn night in 1850, began the triumphal progress which made tho name of that richly dowered queen of song a household word in every nook and corner of America. Rufus R. Wilson'B "Rambles in Colonial Byways." loud-voiced Afternoon Frock of White Marquisette. plaiting is used to trim tho round neck, ending a small Jabot in front. The blouso fronts surplice over each other below tho bust line, and have the lower halves hand embroidered in English eyelet work. More embroidery appears on the upper part of the sleeves and around the foundation skirt. The tunic skirt is cut In two parts; tho short straight one, which pouches a little above the knees in front and the longer cruved one in back extending from hip to hip. They are mounted at the waist line In even little plaits instead of gatherings, and aro cut from straight lengths of the material. The novel feature of the costume is the rather odd arrangement of the pompadour flowered glrdlo of taffeta. Besides the length, which encircles the waist and ties in a flat bow in front, there are two ends, one pn either side, which tuck in over the bolt and form a border to the edge of tho longer half of the skirt. DICTATES OF FASHION Getting Around French Law. make derogatory statements about a servant, even although thoso statements may happen to bo true. An employer who refused to recommend a cook "by reason of her extravagance, lmpertlnenco, and predilection to drink" was prosecuted by said cook and fined for 'libel, the court informing her that the truth of the charges had nothing to do with tho matter. Henceforth French housekeepers, says the New York Sun, in order to evade the responsibilities placed upon them by the law have issued certificates of character in form something like tho following: "This certifies that Mme. Mario, late nurse of my daughter, aged one year, did not leavo her on a bench in tho Jardln des Plantes and go away and forget her on October 12 DID GOOD DETECTIVE WORK Gamekeeper's Really Shrewd Scheme Resulted In Identification of Annoying Poachers. A gamekeeper in England awakened to the fact that in the silent watches of the night some of his pheasants were being systematically purloined. Footprints were always discernible, but. as there was nothing remarkable about any of them, they were of no value for detective purposes. They served, however, to suggest a plan. He went to the local cobbler and offered him a generous reward for the performance of a very simple task. When three suspected persons sent their boots for repairs, the nails or tackets were to be placed In the soles according to different designs which the keeper would provide. The son of St. Crispin agreed to the proposal, and It was carried into effect as opportun-t- y- -VWi.' "'. If you are worried about the future, or about your present affairs, COME IN and consult us We are in touch always with profitable investments. We can help you while you are LIVING; we can also care for your affairs after you are DEAD, by acting as Executor, Administrator or Trustee. Come in and we shall be pleased to CONFIDENTIALLY discuss your affairs with you, either for the present or for the future. il. time tbi&ren Come in. I Vv'S rm Let Our Bank be Your Bank. "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR e Best Bargain You Ever Made OW do you measure the value of a ifcJJrij bargain? Suppose you bought an engine that did practically all of your hardest work for you, sawing, pump-inc- r, grinding, etc., and that saved so much money that it soon paid for itself. Would you call that a good bargain? An I H C engine will do all that, and more. Having paid for itself, it works steadily year after year until, like our Clay County friend who has used an I H C engine for six years, you will say, "My IHC engine is the best bargain I ever made." THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsburg Ky. 1 I I H C Oil and Gas Engines are thoroughly dependable, and unusually durable. grey iron cylinThe ders and pistons are worked together to a perfect fit. Ground piston rings insure maximum power from the explosion. The fuel mixer is the most effective known. Bearings are large and carefully fitted. No part is too heavy to be efficient, yet every part is amply strong. IHC engines are made in all styles vertical and horizontal; portable and stationary; air and water-coolein sizes from 1 to power, to operate on gas, gasoline, naphtha, distillate, kerosene or alcohol. Oil tractors, 12 to power, for plowing, threshing, etc.; grinding, sawing, pumping and spraying outfits, complete the line. You can get catalogues by, writing our nearest office. fine-graine- d, S d; 50-hor- se 60-hor- se If I Offices tt Ckdttttl, O.j EvaurilU, Ii,t Kmst'iSs, Ttna.i MtmsUi, H,w Albur. UA; Pukmbwi. W. V. Tu. I Intenutioial Harvester Company Chicago (Incorporated) of America MMtifll)lilMmiltfil USA Some of the dainty cropo neglegees are completed with a skirt to match. Striped epongo of unusual coloring is a favorite material for top coats of length. Separate waists of fino dotted swiss offered. are trimmed with laco and sometimes Tho result was that a charge of with tho crystal buttons in color. poaching has been proved against two Fancies of feathers and braid, small of tho three men through the distincbut decidedly individual, are tho solo tive impressions made by their boots trimming on many of tho early spring In the retentive soil. The cobbler's hats. connivance in the keeper's little Boudoir slippers without labels, of scheme has of course, been kept a course are mado of tho same mate strict secret. rial as one's boudoir gown and are often similarly trimmed. Adaptations of the sailor collar are Outdoor Diary. oeen on many of tho pretty Two women who have acquired the house dresses of gingham or percale. tramping habit keep diaries of tho Tho frocks button straight down tho great outdoors. Each writes In her front or a little to the left side. book an account of tho long walks they take together, and they derive Hats Demand Small Heads. much pleasure from looking over past Tho new hats demand very flat, unentries and also from exchanging their books and noting how differently tho obtrusive coiffeures, and all artificial contrivances for puffing out tho hair same things havo impressed them. Sometimes one account of a walk Is havo been discardod. Tho hair is softly waved, however, to glvo it a dainty full of funny happenings on tho way, flulTlnesa about tho faco, and the waves while tho other glows with sky tints aro drawn far over and nature's winter garb. Their books which signify downpresence tho ears, f are of the sort, so that they the earrings their depend only by which from their are always complete and yet always ready for another chapter. Occa- lobes. Tho exaggeratedly simple coifsionally the girls paste In a striking fure makes women look young and unsophisticated, and heads Just now plcturo taken with their pocket have a small and aristorcatlo suggestion. Tho hat la worn out of doors; cap of gold laco or a Caret Old Sorts, Other Rioedln Wea't Cert- gauso at the theater; and In the house Thc wont cases, no matter of bow long standing, the tresses are usually covered by a are cured by the wonderful, old reliable l)r. perfumed boudoir cap of sheer embroiPorter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves l'aln and Heals at the same time. Xc, Wc, LOO. dery and plaited net frilling. three-quarte- r y one-plec- It is against the law in Franco to For Sale Two Second-hand 3 s, Sur-rie- One Buggy and Three Corn Planters. o last" I Write Sickness and Accident Insurance and Live Stock Insur- A Texas Wonder . The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles lq children. If not sold by your druggist will be sept by mail on receipt of $1. One Email bottle is two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2q20 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug gists. Advertisement. ance. looBO-lea- Confer with me close-fittin- g T. N. McGlothlanri irvingion, Ky. - 2 9ht Breckenrfdrfe News. MAR 20, 1913 tlio l'ost Olfllce at Cloverport, Ky ns second clas matter. Chickens Barred Rocks Buff and Bfack Orphingtons Eggs For Hatching w 50333 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo nro nuOiorlrcri .?S5HTJS' o-A-tS jfattred nt ! I I I Note -- Advrrtlscn pleno notlfv tho editor when you want advertisement discontinued. Farm For Rent TO RENT my pinco to somo good man with teams. Hood Iieck for crop. Chin. Sinn, Cloverport, Ky. A Splendid Line of THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE jb&iBpili NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES WANT GENERAL OFFICES I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Smart Bros. R. R. No. J accom-pinie- For Sale Spraying Outfit JESSfc WIIITWOItTH. & Morso (lno-- 1 of Unrrtlrnliiiftf, us a candidate for tlio Stnto COR lino Spraying outfit complete ready for Ccnuto. Kiit)Jo-- t to thu u "Hon of tlin Demouse. Used ono season. C. R. lllnck, Addicratic party, 1'rlmnrv ulcctlon AuriiU 2. son, Ky, Wo aro nuttiorled to announce SALE-Onel'alrl- mnk For The Slate Senate to announce iNew Laces and Embroideries Torchon, Cluny, Crochet, Ratine, Lace Flouncing, Swiss, All-over-Embroidery II ... f! - of Mcurto county. imi cnmlldute fortlioPUto flllAV.t " 'For Precinct ntid city Offices 6 00 Hardinsburg, Ky. For County Offices For State and District Offices.. .. 15.00 10 For Calls, per line...... 10 For Cards, per line d burg Monday, Her son, Silas, For All Publications in the inter- her. est of individuals or expression 10 Mrs. Fred Ferry and Mrs. L. T. of individual views per lin Raid attended the Presbyterian Missionary meeting in Louisville last week. Wnlle there Mrs. Reld visited her uncle, Mr. Charles Moorman, who LOCAL BREVITIES is very ill. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of R O. Willis was in Louisville Mon: bread out ot Perfection Self Rising day. Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on Miss Mayme DeHaven was in Louis-vill- a your bread bill. Try it. Monday. Mrs. David Phelps will entertain Dr. Hilary Boone, of Louisville, was the Girls Club in compliment of Misses here last week. Ray Heyser and Lula Severs. The Pattern hats for spring and summer-M- rs. hostess and two honor guests celebrate Cordrev's. their birthdays together and this will Mrs. John A. Ross is ill at her home be the occasion Friday afternoon. on the East Side. Mrs. A. II Murray is visiting Mr. and Mrs L. B. Perkins were, in Mrs. Claude Murray in Williamson, W. Mr. and Va. Louisville Monday. Allen Pierce, of Glen Doan, was in BeavinSmart. the city Monday. Mrs. Ambie Daniels spent Friday The marriage of Miss Francis Smart and Saturday in Owensboro. to Mr. Forest Beavln took place at St, Beautiful new styles in spring milliRose church yesterday afternoon at 2 nery at Mrs. James Cordrey's. o'clock. The ceremony was performed Fred Pierce spent Easter at Glen by Father Henry. Mr and Mrs Beav- Dean with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce. in leave today for Kansas City to make Mr. Harry Hills and daughter, Miss their home. They are splendid young Julia Hills, returned to Richmond Mon- people, and their many friends in the day. Hltes Run neighborhood will miss Taylor Dowell, Irvington, sold to F. them greatly. The bride is the daughH. Stith 10 coming yearling mules for ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smart. f cratlc party, Primary elrctlon AuRiutS. For Representative Wo nro nuthorlrcd to announce r JESSR II MIM.EU, 2 50 Portable Steam Engine COR 9ALE--J. I. Casofi h.p. portahlestonm .englno with well machine; in good order. W. II. Holt. Irvlngton, Ky. k J J. It. LAYMAN, of Kllzatictlitown, as a rnndldato for Circuit .ludcoi t tlio Ninth Judicial District. milik'Ot to tlio action of tho Derm crntlc party In tlio rrimury election aurum Wo . For Sale Tobacco. Chewing Tobacco, nat COR HALE-KI- no 1 ural leaf, In 0 to 20 pound lots at 10 cents per pound delivered to any point In Hrecken-rldg- d of fnmplo. ps a cnmlldnto for IteprtspntHtlvc coun'y. Phillip Carter, Cloverport, of HrrckunMdKo county, subject, to tho not ion oi uiu iimnocrnuc party, rrimary election August Slid. For Sale Lumber. Wo aro authorized to announce pOR SALE Lumber. Cnn furnlth a tnnti MJOKMAN ItlTTO, any Mil ho may want. Chas. Tabcllng, of Glen Dean, as a cnndldato for Itoprcsen-tallv- o Tnr Fork, Ky. of lircckcnrldge county. nubjert to tlio nctlonof tlio Democrat! party In I'rlmnry For Sale Seed Corn. Election August::. pOR SALE(JhoIco Seed Corn, lloth John-- 1 son county and Iloono county Whlto D nt For Circuit Judge at (I.&0 per bushel. Selected when gathered. Wo are nuthorlacd to announce Frank English, Sklllman, Ky. For Sale Two Good Alarcs. SALE Two good mares, or will trado for young mules or cattle. M. K. Popham, uioverport, ivy. H Vals., II Hamburgs, pOR Best Selection We Ever Had For County Judge. aro authorized to announce SAM H. DIX, For Sale Eggs. pOR 1 of Stpphonsport, as a cnndldato for County Judge of lireckenrldgo county, subject to Negro Hill Farm For Sale the jiction of tho Democratic party. PritiVlGOER" Hill farm for Bale. &S acres mary election August Slid Innrn nr 1pjq. hVir tinrt.lctllnra wrltn Frank English, Sklllman. Ky. Wo arc authorized tounnounco DK. It. T. DEMl'STEU. of Qlcn Dean, as a candidate for County Judge of Ilreckensldgo county, subject to tho action of the Democratic party Primary elect on, August, 2nd. Wo SALE Emdcn goose eggs for sale, Mrs. Taylor Heard. Hardinsburg, Ky. 1J. S C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. aro authorized to announce MIICE MILLKK.' of Hardinsburg, as a condllato for County .ludgo of Ilreckenrldge county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. Primary Dentist Irvington, Kentucky - election August 2. Wo aro authorized to announce. PEE-GE- E of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County Judgoot Hreckcnrl ge county subject to tho notion of tho Democratic party. Primary T..I HOOK, election August 2, Dr. Jesse Baucum FLATK0ATT The Sanitary, Durable, of Judge of Iireckenrldgo county subject to tho Cloverport, Ky. action of tho Democratic party. Primary PHONE No. 2-- R election August 2. Office Opposite Gibson's Drug Stcro For County Attorney Wo aro authorized to announce V. G. HAnHAGE, Wo aro authorized to announce W. C. MOOUMAN, Ulcn Dean, as :i candldato for Countv Dentist RESIDENT Flat Oil Finish For Walls $1000. ing his brothers, John and Morgan Laivson. W. N. Jas. Lawson, of Louisville, is visit- Pate went to Louisville to visit his daughter, Mrs. Vachel Frl-da- V Elfcton Miss Francis Smith has been the sstof Mrs. Homer A. DamelyMn luisville. Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt and daugh- 5r, Mary, Busin Springs, spent Easter ;Vine Grove. Missss Eva and Eaith Plank went to Louisv Jle Tuesday to visit Miss Jen-liHarris. nie Ma ricc Ida Waggoner returned to Saturday after a visit to Honkrasvllle her sister, Mrs. J. B Smart. e of Cloverport, ns a candidate for County Attorney of Hreckenrldge county, subject to the action of the Democratic party, Primary SHE HAD BEEN IN EVIDENCE election August 2nd Wo aro authorized to announco Witness Made Only Statement of Fact JDDUE II. O. MUKRAY, That to Him Was Beyond All of Hardinsburg, ns a cnndldato for County Attorney, subject to tho action of the DemoDispute. cratic party at the August Primary. In a TexaB town thero lives an old For County Court Clerk negress, Aunt Cynthia Johnson, who Wp are authorized toannouni-is sharp of tongue, and seldom at JOHN E. MONARCH, . peace with her female neighbors. Re- of Klrlc, ns a candidate for County Court cently, as a result of a war of words uieru oi iirccKennaRc county, subject to tho the Democratic party In Primary with one of her neighbors, she was action of Augusts. Election being tried In the recorder's court for Wo aro authorized to announce Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. 22-- Y and Ceilings Cloverport, Ky. Estimates furnished for nil kinds of work, Write or phone me nt Cloverport. Cumberland Phono ( S mtij Peaslce-Gaulbert J Is rapidly superceding wall il paper, kalBomine and lend-and-o- This modern wall finish mended by leading architects all over Axneiicn; for private houses und public buildings. Tho plain directions on each can make it easy to apply with perfect success. paints. Recom- Mrs. Walter Graham nnd Miss Bertha For Sheriff Smith spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wo are authorized to announco P. C. Smith at Stephensport. FRANK DkHAVEN, of Hardinsburg. ns a cnndldato for Sheriff ot Mrs. E." A. Rhodes and little daugh Ilreckcurldge county, subject to the action of the Democratic party In Primary Election ter, Juanita, of Owensboro, are visiting August 2. her father, H. C. Mnttingly, Axtel. We are authorized to announco farThompson Johnson, KINLEY MILLER. mer and tobacco dealer, died of blood of Hardinsburg, ns a candidate for Sheriff of Breckinridge county subject to the action of poison Sunday at his home in Custer. tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug. Mr. and" Mrs. Conrad Sippel and For Jailor daughters, Misses Rosa and Selma Wo aro authorized to announce .SjPPdi spent Sunday at German Ridge, ROE HOOK. Ind. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor ot llreckcnrldgo county, subject to tho action Miss Emmy Lou Moorman and Fishot tho Democrats In Primary Election, Aug.2. er Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent East Wo aro authorized to announce er the guests of Miss Kathrine MoorG. W. MILLER, man. of Kirk, as a candidate Xor Jailor ot subject to tho action of tho Mrs. Harry Hills and' children, of Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. Richmond, Va., arrived Saturday Wo aro Authorized to announco 'Right to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary NOT THE MAN SHE WANTED TIOE HENDRICIC, Oelze. as a candidate for Jailor of nreckenrldgo county subject Mrs. Cornelia Miller, who has been Bashful Youth Seemingly Had Little tic party at the to tho action of tho DemocraAugust Primary. Chance to Win the Lady of daughter, Mrs. Silas Miller, with her Wo aro authorized to announce His Heart. for seyeral weeks, returned to Hardlns- J. M. LEWIS, of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for A determined little subject to the action ot tho DemocratJailor, party woman popped her head out of the In tho August Primary. -i door and Indignantly demanded tho Wo aro authorized to announco business of a bashful young man who CALVIN HENDRICIC, Jn., had been hanging around the house of New Ilothol, as u cnndldato for Jailor, subject to tho action of the Democratic Prifor hours In a pitiless downpour of mary Election August 2, 1913. rain, hoping against hope that his Wo aro authorlzad to announco adored ono would Invito him In. tii n n Aiir. "Now, then, young feller, what do ot Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor ot yor want here? Tryin', to wear the Ilrockenrldgo county, subject to tho action tho Democratic party In Primary Election pavement out, or what?" she de- ot11.Til ct. manded, sarcastically. For Assessor "I reckon I've come your daughter," tho shame-face- d Wy aro authorized to announco youth admitted. TAYLOR TATE, "Oh, y'ro after Lizzie, are yer? of Hardinsburg. as a cundldato for Assessor Then take my advice, young man, an' of Hreckenrldge county, subject lo the action of tho Democrutlc party In Primary Election run away an' lose yerself. My gal August 2. WOULD YOU BE ATTRACTIVE? ain't goln to marry a chap that Wo aro authorized to announco hasn't-- , courage to knock at the door JOHN W. KENNEDY, One of the principal features of good a randldate an' ax for her not likely l Why, ot Hurncd, ascounty subject for Assessor ot looks is clean, regular teeth and noIlrocklnrtdge to body wught to overlook this fact, if when her father came mo tho Democrutlc party. Primary tho action ot election Aug they would be attractive. an' found tho door locked, ho climbed back-yarthe wall, strangled tho For Superintendent Public Schools YOU CAN BE bull dog, and knocked tho old man Wo uro Authorized is announco silly wl' a clump on tho Jaw. Thon attractive just as 'well as not, and probW. TRENT, ably at a comparatively small cost if he grabbed hold of my hand an' of Custer, as u J. cundldato for Superintendent you will have jour teeth examined shoved a ring aa big as a of Public Schools of Iirccklurtdge rounty suband an estimate given on the cost of on my finger, and told me that the ject to tho uctlon of tho Democratic party In Primary election August 2. feet work. banns were already up. That's the We are authorized to announco sort of husband I want for our LizW. A. WALKER, Dentist II. A. ATER, zie; not a Bhlverln' milksop that ain't a candidate for HardlHSburg, Ky. got seme to come In out of the of Stephensport, as Schoo s ot Hreckenrldge ot Public well-knoex-ack- ly disturbance. She had refused the court's offer of an attorney, and was conducting her ovn case. Her main lino of defense was an attempt to provo goo'd character and a reputation for peace. .She had put several of her church brothers and sisters on the stand, and had mnde a fairly good case, when old Uncle Levi Criggle was called to the witness stand and the following ensued: "Brother Criggle, how long have you lived In my part of town and knowed me?" "'Bout ten years, Sister Johnson." "Brother Criggle, has you ever knowed of mo startln any exturbanco among my neighbors or In my neighborhood where I live?" "Now, Sistah Johnson, tho Judge over thar done made mo hold up my ban an awar to tell tho truth and nil tho truth, and I's boun' to tell It Jess like it is. All I got to say 'bout that Is, I ain't never hearn that you started any Insturbanco, but all tho lnsturbances that's ever been down In that end of town has had you In 'em somewhar afore they wus thru'." Chicago Inter Ocean. VIC. KOHEUTSON. of Glen Dean, as u candidate for County itrecxeiiruige county subject iuuri uierK. oi the Democratic to tho action of party. Primary election Augfsl 2. We aro nutliorlz d to announce W. T. Gil EGO It Y, Jr. of Garfield, ns a candidate for County Clerk. subject to tho action of tho Democrutlc party Primary election August 2. Wax From Apiary. To get tho most wax from an apiary It pays occasionally to scrapo the frames, honey boards and the Insldo of tho hives, and when old frames are broken up. They do make nlco kindling wood, but before using them they should bo boiled, for thero Is wax sticking to tho old frames even after they aro scraped seemingly clean, and as each pound of wax represents several pounds of honey, all capplngs removed when preparing combs for the extractor, all scrapings and trimmings and bits of drono comb aro to bo saved and rendered into "Modern Method of Finishing Walls" our handaomo book, Rives color schemes and FREE on reqJest. Ask our dealer lu your town. lor it. rracti-calsufurestio- Co.. Ncor.ro KOK SAT.K UV E KATED Louisville, Ky. Marion Weatherholt CLOVERPORT. KY. wax Danger In Impure Water. Ono of tho fruitful means of promoting disease In the Hock during winter months is an Insanitary drinking fountain. A flock that has a disease will drink at tho common fountain and spread the disease in a few days through tho whole flock. The only way to prevent this tuklng placo Is in keeping tho fountains cleaned and disinfected. Scald out the fountains with boiling water, then rlnBo them In cold water. After they aro relnstaled in the poultry house put a little tincture of iron or copperaB in the water. This operation should bo performed at least twice a week. IJ SPRING Millinery Opening il H April 59 913 The season's latest designs in all fash- ions and shapes. When you want the best in millinery, we are the people who can deliver the goods. A nice souvenir will be given to each lady attending our opening day. We have a nice selection on sale now. Our different lines in Alen's and Ladies' M LOOK HEREFOR Many IT Will II M 11 a Cloverport Reader be Interested. When people read about tho cures made by a medicine endorsed from far away, is it surprising that they wonder If trie statements are true? But when thoy read of cases right hero at home, positive proof Is within their reach, for close investigation is nn easy matter. Read Cloverport endorse II IM sharp-feature- ;gj Furnishings are complete for Spring styles A d cart-whe- F: Supertn-sende- ut ment of Doan's Kidney Pills. J. B. Strong, farmer, jClovorport, Ky., says: "I used several boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and found them very satisfactory. A few months ago I had trouble from mv kidneys, together with pains across the Small of my back and through my sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended in the local papers, I went to Gibson & Son's Drug Store and got a box. They quickly cu,red me and in return, I highly recommend them." For sale by all dealers. Price 00 Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States, Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertisement. Poster-Milbur- n I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. General Merchandise Splendid. Farm 350 Acres. This fnrm is near Minks Kidgo in thin county, Good, lovel, tillable land; watered with two cod springs; 40 acres in tinubor. It grows good high colored tobacco, either Burloy or Pryor; also wheat, corn and clover. Improvements, five room dwelling, ono tonant houso and big tobacco barn. This land can bo fought at a bargain, as tho party does not live on it and wants to boll it. It is livo milovs from 1 lamed Station on tho Branch. Price only $12 an acre. JNO. D. BARBAGE. PWtti ovr Bky rain!" county, subject t tho action ot the Democrutlc party tu Primary election August Sad. Try a News Want Ad. Stolen Singer By Martha Bellinger tUopxr1ght, lull, 'lha JlublwUsrrlll Uimpany) The be aware of the nature of the article ho has stolen, and it is very dangerous." "What on earth is it?" stick of "It is a fairly large-shedynnmlte." Tho youth might havo been discussing n fancy dance, so sunvo nnd pollto was ho. Jim interrupted rudely. "Dynamite, Is It? Good. If It's old Chatelard, ho ought to blow up. Servo him right." "I'm surprised and pnlned nt your words, my dear friond. No bouI Is d 44 How I Shall Miss N You When You are Grown sssHsWMsr R IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISf RICT A wwi-iP- J ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF lms felt. utterly" "Yes, it is. Which way did he go? CHAPTER XXIV. V After You, Monsleurl Jim had no deslro to create a Bcnsa-tlo- n nmong his friends nt the old red houso; but ns ho left tho plno grovo all his Instincts led him to flue In another direction. Ho did not fully rfealizo Just what had happened to him, but ho was conscious of hnvlng received a very hnrd jolt, indeed. Tho house, full of happy associations ns It "was, was Just now too tantalizing a placo. Aleck had won out, and ho and Mclanlo wero radiating that peculiar kind of lover's Joy which shines on tho ovo of matrimony. Jim wished them well nono better but ho also wished they wouldn't make such a fuss over theso things. Get it dono and out of tho way, and the less said about it tho better. In fact, Jim's buoyant and sunny spirit went into eclipse; ho lost his holiday ardor, nnd trudged over tho hill and into tho shoro road in a stato of extreme dejection. But ho lingered on tho way, diverted almost against his will by the sight of Ashing smacks putting into harbor, an island steamer rounding a distant cliff, and tho Sea Gull lying motionless Just within tho breakwater. Women may bo unkind, but a ship is a ship, after all. Ono can not nurse the pcln oven of a shattered heart when running beforo a stiff wind with tho spinnaker set and an open sea ahead. Tho thought decided him. Tho sea Bhould bo his bride. Jim did not stop to arrange, at the moment, Just how this should bo brought about, but bis determination was none tho less firm.' Ho became sentimental to tho extent of reflecting, vaguely, that this was but philosophic Justice. The sea had not conquered him far from It; neither should She conquer him. He would follow tho sea, tho path of glamour, tho home of the winged foot and the vanishing sail, the road to alien nnd mysterious lands Thus Jimmy, in reuctlon from tho Arctic douche to which his emotional self had been subjected. Ho was, figuratively speaking, blue with the cold, but trying valiantly to warm himself As ho gazed at tho Sea Gull, asleep on the flood tide, cutting a gallant in the glowing sunset, he felt an overmastering longing to be aboard. He would stay on tho yacht until Chamberlain came, at least; possibly ull night. Having made up his mind on this point, James persuaded himself that he felt better. Philosophy Is a friend In need, after oil. Why should ono failure in getting one's desires crush tho Bplrlt? Ho would make a rightabout-face, travel for a year on a sailing vessel, see tho world. That was it. Hang the shoe business! Immersed In mental chaos such as theso fragments of thought suggest, Jim did not perceive that he was being overtaken until a slow greeting came to his ears. "Good evening, friend." ltwaB tho youth "of tho deliberate tig-ur- o wide-eye- d Reading-room- . "Ah, good evening." "If you are on your way to the I wish to inBailors' Reading-room- , form you that I have been obliged to lock up for tonight, on account of an urgent errand at tho village." Jimmy stared vacantly for a moment at tho pale, washed-ou- t countenance of his Interlocutor. "I thought I'd tell you," the youth went on In his stylo, "so ns to save your taking tho long walk. I nm tho librarian of tho copy-boo- k Where Is he?" "I don't know. The manager sent mo to Inform tho sheriff." "It worft do any good. But you'd better go, all tho same." Tho Judge In chancery wont on hla dignified way. Ho would not havo hurried if ho had heard Angol Gabriel's trump. The newB ho had brought was in tho class to bo considered Important if true, but there wns nothing In it to alter Jimmy's plans. Ho took tho shortest cut to tho shore, punt that was found a regarded by tho village as general property, and pushed off. Tho Sea Gull was a tidy craft, and looked very gay with even tho half of her festival flags on view. But tho gaiety did not beguile Jim's dampened spirits. He went aboard feeling that he'd like to rip the idiotic things down; but the yacht, nt leaBt, offered a placo where ho could think. Tho Bunset light on tho water blazed vermilion Just the color that Jim all at onco discovered he hated. Ho looked down tho companionway, but finally ho decided to stretch out on deck for a few minutes' rest. Ho was very tired. Off on tho stern was a vague mass which proved to bo a few yards of canvas carefully tented on tho floor. Some glmcrack belonging to tho ship's ornamentation had been freshly glided and left to dry, protectod by an old This, weighted down by a rusty marllnsplke, spread couchwiso along tho taffrail, and offered to Jim just the bed he longed for. Ho lay down, face to the sky, and gavo himself up to thoughts that wero very dark Indeed. He had been thrown down, unexpectedly and quite hard, and that was all there was to it. Agatha, lovely but inexplicable maid, was not for him. She had been receptive yes, that was tho word; and ho had been a fool that was tho plajn truth. He might as well face it at once. Ho had been idiot enough to think he might win the girl, Just because they had been tossed together and she had clung to in him. The world wasn't an ocean; it where was a spiritual ho who would win must bid very high indeed for the prizes of life. And ho had so little to bid! Communing thus with his unhappi-ress- , Jim utterly lost the sense of time. The shamelesB vermilion sunset went into second mourning and thence to nun's gray, before the figure on the moved. Then, through censes only half awake, Jim heard a light sound, like a scratch-scratcon the hull of the yacht. Chamberlain, no doubt, just rubbing the nose of his tender against the Sea Gull. Jim was in no hurry to see Chamberlain, and remained where he was. The Englishman would heave in sight soon enough. But though Jim waited several minutes, with half an eye cocked on the stairway, nobody appeared. The wind was still, the sea like glass; not a sound anywhere. Struck by something of strangeness In tho uncanny silence, Jim sat up and called "Ahoy, Chamberlain!" There was no answer. But in the tense stillness there was a sound, nnd it came from below the sound of a raan'B stealthy tread. Jim sprang to his feet and made the companionway at a bound. He listened an instant to make sure that ho heard true, cleared the steps, and d hURKAU ITQ B' liPk JfuT i FtlRDPFAN PLAN ONLY Wlmt tho poet sung ovory mothdr's heart Baby's photograph taken now and then will prcscrvo tho imago and memorj' of baby days for all time. Clover photographers, 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? Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville'o Most Modern Hotel Here In the newest and most beautiful Hotel In Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels tlic charges for Elcijamly Furnished Rooms are except loailly lowand so arc the prices for our excellent Restaurant service coM running nnn-(lay toilet, BRABANDT, Photographer "Because " "Yes, because " Jim prompted her. "Oh, Jlmsy, you know." "No, I don't." Agatha, loving his tenBlng, but too deeply moved, too generous and sincere to play the coquette, turned to him again a face shining with tender- ness. Her eyes, llko atars; her lips,' all sweetness. "Only love, James, dear " Something rose ngaln in Jimmy'B soft heart, choking him. As ho had thrilled to the unknown ecstasy In Agatha's song, mnny days beforo, so now he thrilled to her volco and face, eloquent for him alone. Lovo and its power, life and its meaning, tho long, long thoughts of youth and hope and desire these held him In thrall. Agatha was In his arms. Timo was lost to him, and earth. EPILOGUE. No one ever knew whether tho accomplished Frenchman reached shore, ultimately, in the rowboat, or descended to Sabrlna beneath tho waves. If that last hasty exit from tho deck of the Sea Gull was also his final exit from life, certain It is that his departure into the realm of shades was unwept and unsung. The stick of dynamite was found, after a gingerly search, lying on one of tho berths in the large cabin, where it had been dropped by the Frenchman in his CHURCH DIRECTORY Gloverport Churches BaptUt Church Mglitfoot. Superintendent. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 730p. m. naptist, Aid eocifl Soclntv menta Mnruliiv nf ter Second Sundn every month. Mrs. A. II. Sklllman, I'rcsldcn Prrnnhlnir everv Sundav nt 11:00 a. m.. art 7:30 p.m. Kev. E. O. Cottrell Pastor. Choir prnctlco every Wednesday nlglitafterprajer meeting. F.lecnntly rtirnlshnl Kmmm with liot nnd niiil lrlvuto CI I,1.,.. r.locuntly FnrnlshoilKoomswIth (loll,. tx.riUv ir ?Atv 1 V CfJ The Cnfo It In charsfl of Imports nnd tho ciiitlno nnd setTleo It unexcelled. Our prices nrn most moderate. Kurnpmin service, lint choice, of dull brenkfnit, ciich 30c jicrion Tnblo d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to Cf)c BiOOn. nnptlst Sunday School. P:30 h. m. O. K. Tnhlod'doto dinner. from 8:00 to CI flfl B:W)p. in., ix.TDerou I.nrec Simple Hooms with S2.50 Rjthiltller open from 4:03 p. m. to 1:00 a. m. 1 riv.to ustn, per uay Music by the finest Orchestra In tho City reservations should bo nmdo whenever possible. ROIJT. B. JONES, Manager. SCHr-NCAss't Mer. GCO. ChattnnooRo, Tenrn, nnd Hnir.l Asslst (openMay 12, 1013), Hotel Pattxn, Atlanta, Go., under tamo niKnageu.nit nnd ownership. $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 m.,icriwroii ?" flethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School. 0:30 n. m. Ira D. rielien. Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday at. il H.tn. and 7:30 p.m. Itev .1.11. Walker. Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. uii Ep worth League, regular fcrvlco Sunday BtJi p, m; business meeting first Tuesday night each month. Miss Mar-gnrHum. President. Lndes' Aid foclety meets first Mondav each month Mrs. Forrest Ughtfoot. President. Lifdlcs' Missionary Society mpets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs Vligll Rnbbngc, President. Choir practice I'rlday nlRht7:20, A, II. Murray. Director, lto sail-clot- mid-ocea- n stock-exchang- e, sail-clot- h Pale Faces d, weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- Reading-room.- " "Ah, thank you. But I wasn't going to tho Reading-rootonight. I am on my way to tho village." "Well, there's a largo majority of people do go to tho Reading-room- , first and last," tho youth explained with pride. "And tomo of them aro not worthy of its privileges. I am on my way now to prevent what may bo a frightful accident to ono who has enjoyed tho benefits of our work." Jim gazed at tho youth. "A frightful accidentl Then why In Heaven's .namo don't you hurry?" E60 Tho youth exhibited a slightly air, but did not hasten. "I was just about to continue on my way," ho Bald, "when it occurred to Take mo that you might bo interested to know." "That's good of you. But what la it all about?" "Some time ago, a very profnno nnd Mrs. Effie Graham, of gentleman, waiting Impatient for Willard, Ky.f says: "I money to bo telegraphed him from was so weak I could Now York" I suffered, hardly go. "Well, man, go on! Whoro Is ho?" nearly every month, for 3 "I know nothing about tho movements of this ungodly person, but it years. When I began to appears that today, for tho first timo take Cardui, my back hurt in its history, tho quarry up yondor awfully. 1 only weighed has been robbed. Circumstances lead 99 pounds. Not long after. tho manager to suspect that this samo 1 weighed 115. Now, I gentleman was tho perpetrator of tho do all my work, and am theft, and I am on my way to further In good health." begin tho ends of Justice." Cardui, taking today. "No need to bo bo particular about calling him a gentleman. But what la the 'accident' likely to bo?" "It is feared that tho thin! mav tint CARDUI The Woman's Tonic sHero 1 am, dear. Uo not dlor 1 luuuea in tnc aaritness or tne snip's saloon. As he groped along, reach havo come como to stay, if you want ing for tho door of the principal mo, James dearest!" And bending cabin, the blackness suddenly lighted over him was a face tho very Vision a little, and a dim shadow shot out of bis dream. "Look at me, speak to and up tho stairway. Jim's physical me, James, dear!" senses were scarcely cognizant of tho Tho voice was a bit hysterical, but soft, quick passing, hut his thumbs the face was eloquent, loving, adoring. pricked. He dashed after the shadow, j It waB too good to bo true, though Jim up the stairs, out on deck, and aft. was disposed to let tho illusion proThere he was Chatelard, armed, fac- long Itself as far as possible. Ho put ing his enemy once more, cool but not up his hand and smoothed her face nmillng, desperately at bay. Below gently, in gratitude at seeing it kind him, riding just under the stern of the once more. Then he smiled foolishly. yacht, was the tender whoso scratch-"It's great, isn't It!" ho remarked scratch had awakened Jim. A man, Inanely, before thinking it necessary oars in hand, was holding the boat to remove his head. Her face was still tho face of tenderness, full of close to the Sea Gull. Jim saw all this during the seconds yearning. It did not change. Sho took a handkerchief from her pocket between his turning at the stair-toand his throwing himself plump and carefully pressed it to his cheek against the figure by the railing. Ho and chin. When she took it away, ho was quick enough to pass the range saw that It was red. "Lord, what a mess I'm making!" of the weapon, whose shot rang out in the clear air, but lid was not quick sit up. enough to get under the man's guard. he exclaimed, trying at last to to him did so, it all came back Chatelard was ready for him, holding As he the flying shadow, tho gun, the his weapon high. struggle. He leaned over to peer again As he pressed forward, Jim felt wires of tho deck something under his foot. He ducked through the crossed the water. He railing, down into quickly, as If to dodge Chatelard's with an amazed expreshand, and on the downward swing ho turned back sion. picked up tho rusty marllnsplke. It "Did ho jump overboard, honest-true- , 'was a weapon of might, indeed. Jim's hanging on to that spike?" blow caused Chatelard's arm to drop, Neither Aleck nor Agatha could limp and nerveless. But in gaining yet Mr. Chamberlain, who his enemy's weapon, Jim was forced say, nor searching the yacht. had been to drop his own. He put a firm foot Wherever it was, the rusty marline-spik- e upon the spike, however, whllo ho disappeared. Tho rowboat, held Chatelard at arm's length and too, hadgone into the darkness. Jim had looked into his face. got up, dazedly thinking for a mo"So wo meet once more, after all!", was necessary for him he cried. "And once more I havo tho ment that it to give chase, but he quickly sat down pistol." Even as Jim spoke, his adagain, overcome with versary made a spring that almost en- on the laintnes3 and a dark pall beforo his abled him to seize the weapon cgain. eyes. Jim eluded his clutch, and quick as "You are not hurt badly?" Tne thought threw the gun overboard. It voice was still tender, and It was all struck far out on tho smooth water. it, tho pail for him! It was a sorry thing to do, as it lifted, and Ab Jim heard spirit camo his buoyant proved, for Chatelard, watching his own. He laughed chance, stooped, wrenched the splko back to its from under Jim's foot, and onco moro "Lord, no, not hurt. But" Btood defiantly at bay. And at this "But what? What did you wlBh to point, he opened his thin lips for one say?" remark. "Is it true? Aro you here, by me, "You'll go to hell now, you pig of an to Btay?" American 1" For answer sho pressed his hand "But after you, Monsieur!" Jim to her lips. cried, and with tho words, his arms Aleck and Chamberlain, once asW6ro about tho other in a paralyzing sured that Jim was safe, went below grip. to mako a search, and Jim and AgaHad Jim been as strong ao when tha were left together on tho sailthe two men measured forces weeks cloth. Ab they sat there, a young before, in tho fo'cas'le of tho Jeanno moon shone out delicately in tho west, D'Arc, tho result might havo been dif- and dropped quickly down after tho ferent. But tho struggle was too long, lost sun. and Jim's strength insufficient. Chate"It's tho first moon wo'vo Been tolard freed himself from his antagonist gether!" said Jim. sufficiently to wield tho splko some"But we've watched tho dawn." where about Jim's head, and thero "Ah, yeB; and such a dawn!" camo over him a sickening consciousLittle by little, as they sat togethness that ho was going down. Ho er, tho story of tho fight came out. dropped, hanging like a bulldog to Jim told it bit by bit, not eager. When Chatelard's knees, but ho know ho it was done, Agatha wa3 still puzzled. had lost tho game. Ho gathered him- "Why should ho come hero? What self momentarily, determined to get could ho do hero?1' on his feet once more, and had al"I don't know, though we shall probmost dono It, when Bounds of ap- ably find out soon enough. But I don't proaching voices mingled with tho care, now that you aro hero." scuffle of their feet and their quick "Jamest dear, will you forgive mo breathing. Before Jim could sco what for this afternoon?" new thing was happening, Chatelard "I'll forglvo you if you'll tako it all had turned for ono alert instant to back, hide, hoofa and horns, for over ward tho port side, "whence tho invad- 'n over, amen." ing voices camo. He was cut off from "I tako it back. I never meant it" tho stairway, caught in tho stern of "Then may ono ask why " tho yacht, his weapon gone. Ho gavo "Ob, James, I don't know why." a quick call in a low volco to tho boat Anybody could havo told them that below, stopped over tho taffrail and it was only a phase of feminino panic then leaped overboard. in tho face of the unknown, necessary Propped up on an elbow, dazed and as sneezing. But, as Jim said, it half blinded, blood flowing down his didn't mutter. cheek, Jim stretched forward dizzily, "Never mind. Only I don't want as If to follow his disappearing enemy. you to marry mo becauso you found Ho heard tho splash of tho water, and me hero all bluggy and pitied mo." saw tho rowboat movo out from un"James! To talk like that! You der tho stern, but ho saw no more. He know it wasn't " thought it must have grown very "Then, what was it?" Jim, suddendark. ly grown serpent-likin craft, turned When Jimsy regained sight and con- his ingenuous and innosciousness, which happened not moro cent expression upon bor. than threo minutes after ho lost them, "Tho moment you left me, up" thero he found himself supported affection- In the pine grove, I knew I couldn't do ately against somebody's shoulder, without you." and a voice the Voice of all voices "ow did vou know?" i '. .mat loved was In bis ears. , 1 p . Presbyterlnn Church Presbyterian Sunday School 0:45 a. m. Superintendent. Preaching Conrad Slppt-1e,vcry Third Sundny. Itev. Adair. Minister. g Tuesday. i:S0 u. m. Ladles' Prayer meetli Aid Society meets WedDetdny alter Third Surdny every muntli. Mrs Chiis.Satterfield, President. , Catholic Church First Sundny of each month. Moss. Sermon, nnd ltined'etlon. 0:00 a. ro.. othtr thne Sundays tit J0:1! a in On weekdays Mnssnt 7:(0 a. m. Catechetical Instruction for Iheclilld-ro- n on Suturdnjsat 8:30 b. m , ntjd on Sundays at :30 a. m. and 2:30 p.m. Si ; I I Jimmy Hambleton did not let the OlCZIOCIDlMIOllOllCTOPI shoe business entirely go to destruction, though his tasto for holidays MILLER BALL grew markedly after he brought his bride home with him to Lynn. One year, when the babies wero growing up, he ordered a trim little yacht to be livery, Feed and Sale built and put into her berth at Stable Charlesport She was named tho Sea Gull. Jimmy's chauffeur, called Hand, was her captain. Bus Meets all Trains Sometimes, when James and Agatha were alone, In the zono of still: Ky. ness hung over the listening water, there would rlso a song, clear and birdlike: "Free of my pain, freo of my burden of sorrow, WOME1 At last I shall see thee " Do you realize the fact that thousands 01 women are now using and again Jimmy's heart would rise happy tho heart of unbuoyant, free, quenchable youth. THE END. flight & Hardinsburg, CZ3QIZ)000CI0C3 SPECIAL TO I sail-clot- h ring-lugl- y. The Forty Year Test. article must have exceptional merit to survive for a period of forty years. Chamberlain's Couyh Remedy was first offered to the public in I872. From a small beginning it has grown In favor and popularity until it has attained a world wide reputation. You will find nothing better for a cough or cold. Try it and you will understand why it is a .favorite after a period of more than forty years. It not only gives relief it cures. For sale by all dealers. Adv. An Paternal Wisdom. "Son, are you really determined to get married?" "Yes, father." "And you feel that you can support a wife?" "Oh, yes." "Well, just remember that the dictionary says 'to support' also means 'to endure.' " Steel safety deposit boxes for rent, A Soluble Antiseptic Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane affections, such as sore throat, nasal or rjelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulcera tion, caused by female ills? Women who have been cured say "it is worth its weight in gold. ' ' Dissolve in water and apply locally. For ten years tho Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtino in their private correspondence with women. For all hygienic and toilet.uses it has no equal. Only 50c. a large box at Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of price. The Paxton Toilet uo.,'iioston, Mass. UHbEX! M ' OVER 65 YEARS' RRIENCE --v c Trade Marks Designs the rent is reasonable and might be the means of saving your valuable papers from fire or burglary. The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. Highest Railroad. Between tho Mulato river in Chile and Fotosl in Bolivia a railroad line feet whoso highest point' is 15,000 above sea level has been constructed. This is tho highest railroad In the world. The road connecting Argentina and Chile reaches almost tho same height. An English company proposes to construct a road still higher to unite Mount Popocatapetl, this volcano being 17,500 feet above sea level. This new lino will servo principally to transport sulphur from a bed in the mountain containing, according to the estimato of experts, millions of tons. Anyone tendlnn a "ketch and description mar witcltlr aacertnln our opinion free whether aa liiTentlon is pronnbiy pntentnnia. vommnniM-tlo- n aont freo. Oldest agency for Becurlnfrpatenti. l'ntents taken through Iluim A Co. receive tptclal notice, without, charge, lu the A handsomelr llluttrated weekly, CUIUtlUll Ul uur .vhji'huu jt'uiuai. jroirt four months, L Sola byall RnDVBiauTS Jtr.. HANDBOOK mrtctlr conddsntlnl. on Piteuu scientific .America. S.C. t.iw!.. newsdealers. I.rieteir-a MUNN&Co"jBw,y New York Notice . WONDERFUL That resolutions of respect are published at 5! cents per Hub. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter. I Cancer Cure! Notice to Tnoso Who Write After handling medicine for thirty years, and experimenting with it for eighteen years, I have found a Positive Cure for a Cancer and two other Katal Blood Diseases, and furnishes the very best of health while For The Breckenridge N. o well-know- n Persons , who send articles Breckenridge News, kindly take pal s ' peVi to make them, plain and on taking this medicine. Vox further particulars address, reasonable size, Wrapping paper not convenient to handle on a ty T. J. ATKINSON, Irvington, Ky. case or desk Always sign name. -- IT r T arm and Cordial PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. FOR A CHILDREN'S By Stiff Joints Sprains.Bruisesi are relieved at once by an application of Sloan's Liniment. Don'l rub, just lay on lightly. Llnlmnnt Iim Jono mora hiro o?er ?ood than anything Imy hand hurt o Joint. 1 got bmlly that I biul to top work rltfht In the butlest time of tlio yw. I thought nt lint that I would hnro to hire my liiiinl taken oIT, but I got a bottle of Bloau'a Liniment niiil cured my hand." Wilton Wiikkllu, Jlorrti, Ala. vJaurdcn PROTECTING THE ORCHARD. Oil Pots Successful In Saving Trees From Effects of Late Frosts. Orchnril lU'Htlnu' to itrwont los of ' the crot from lute HprliiB frosts 1ms be-feme h mutter of great Importance In commercial fruit growing, pnrticujnrly Ih tlie west. The most anciessful form of hontlng Is with oil pots, miys the Xurnl New Yorker. These pots hold about five qunrts nnd burn from five to eight hours, depemllng ou .weather conditions nnd quality of oil. Oil with R parnllln base, testing 2S to 30 degrees Bauine. Is considered the best fuel for rchard heating, but In sections where ftkls ennnot be had at a reasonable price nlmost any available mineral oil or slop distillate Is used. The uumber of heaters used In an orchard varies with the c'vldent needs from 20 to 100 . Relations Tho relations of this bunk to its depositors nnd to tho community at largo nro of u most cordial Its olliccrs arc always ulud to assist patrons in any way that will facUi-tat- o na-tur- A FARM CHEAP AND! 1 WHY IT IS CHEAP! I PARTY. " Slonn'i J'iBmimmmmmmmmmmma FI11ST tril - c. their banking transactions and that will be in keeping with prudent banking principles Upon this basis of sound, 'HELPFUL banking, your account is invited. Martha McCulloch William. Suppose you try giving tho children a paper-bacooked party. On such nn occasion, tho paper bag comes gaily Into Its kingdom, Not tho used bag, but ono holding something cooked in another bag, or elso roguishly ambushing a gift. For such ambushing, splotch bags liberally with color or olso decorate them with gilt and silver stars, pasted on tho sides, and tlo their necks with gay ribbon, putting lnsldo a rufflo of fringed crepo paper matching tho g ribbon-color. O. Q. Joxr.1, IHIdwln, Ij. t , writes t "I uard Sloan's I.lnlnient for broken tlnews above the kneo cap cnutel by a (all nnd to my great satisfaction w,n able to resume w rk tn lesi thau Mireo weeks after tho accident." Good for Broken Sinews Because it is u good farm, fertile land, lavs well, slightly rolling, docs not wash; nearly every aero is tillable; it lias southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four week earlier than land lying on northorn hill side. SECOND1 's '" l',c 'd0" sPot f Breckinridge county; , THIRD It limd on all aidei sells from is near the railroad. .$35 to SIC an acre. per acre, and the nvernge Increase In temperature runs from 2 to 4V6 degrees. fVarlous methods of filling nnd distributing the pots nro used. Some orchards hnve galvnnlzed tanks holding 400 gallons of oil. tho oil being The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburn, i Ky. bbbbbs HsBHB bwbVHbVbVbmbi LsssssLH tV t' ? j s ft i B?Ljndw ' BBBBBVi MM-.ti.rwraiiiirtu- ""'. iStN Mff BHBJBbBJ i t Hutmm ww"'!11!.""' ' Jfj. IHriCdLiH flBB made aftalr. consisting of a kerosene torch made of gas pipe and candle wick and a spouted can of gasoline. A little gasoline Is poured on the pot of oil ami the torch applied. With heaters twenty to twenty-fivfeet apart an experienced hnnd will light about llftecn per e lfl BBHflH bbBhBbP ' 'j'pMMVMMMM.inMi. f i litttitmtlttuntmmntf VBBBBBJ MjB bbVbH H minute In a bulletin on orchard heating. Is PbbBbbbH BnHHHlBliBJHybvHMBlBBBBBHl sued by the Nevnda agricultural experiment station, it Is said that If an ordinary thermometer Is employed some shelter should be provided for It for example, a homemade shelter or it should be carefully kept In the shnde nud where the air circulates freely. There Is another use to which the common thermometer can be put with more satisfactory results. This is the THEnMOSIETF.lt SIIEtTKH t'SED IN OltCIIAIlD measurement of the rate of fall of the HEATING IN NEVADA. temperature after sunset to determine droiwn direct Into the pots, which nro the probability of frost before morn-lug- . In thi.s case the thermometer mny nftf rwnnl distributed or put Into buck cts from which the pots are filled. be hung without shelter from the Another method Is to haul the oil about branch of a tree. tho orchard In barrels on stone boats sleds, two men filling four rows of Louisville Evening Post liters. Where tlfty or suvcnty-tlv- e and Breckenridge News tern per acre are used two men and ne vear $3.50. fm can till about 1.500 heaters in a . Several patented lighting devices to be had. but maiiv njf.n imnio- Photograph by Nevada agricultural periment Station. ex $3.50 Subscribe RighttjNow WoTtien, of There is no doubt about this fact. I Have Been Restored to Health By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I JSurely you can believe these women. Why during the in the newspapers of this last 30 years we have published country volumes of letters from women who have been relieved of all their suffering by the timely aid of this grand old medicine. Letters like the following, true, genuine and honest expressions of gratitude coming from grateful hearts. a? Mrs. Ii. S. BRENNER, Hudson, Mich., says: " Sometime ago I was taken with a terrible pain in my right side, such sharp pains just like a knife sticking me. I tried hot applications but that did no good. I went to our family doctor (we were living In Fayette, Ohio, at that time) and he said it was organic inflammation. I doctored with him a while but kept getting worse. Tho pain was so terrible I could hardly stand on my feet. I would have that sharp pain in my right side, and a dull heavy pain tho whole length of my limb. I realized that something had to be done quickly, 8.0 I looked up all of your advertisements I could find, and saw several that described my case. I got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and It helped me from tho first dose, and when I had taken two bottles my trouble was gone. Your medicine has done bo much for me that I am willing you should publish this letter for tho sake of otheV suffering women." Mrs. L. S. Buennek, Hudson, Michigan. t Mrs. L. E. BOWERS, GIrard, Pa., says: ' I take pleasure in informing you of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable' Compound has dono for mo. I had a sick spell last February, and for somo months after that I was not regular and had many bad feelings. I was tired all tho time, had dull headaches, not much appetite, and also what the doctor called organlo Inflammation. Your VegetableinCompound Its praise bo said has entirely cured mo and I feel that too much cannot as I am now able to do my own work. You aro perfectly welcome to uso my testimonial for the benefit of others." Mrs. L. E. Boweus, R.F.D.No.1, Girard, Pa. Mrs. ELIZABETH GENTILCORE, Buffalo, N.Y.,says: I feel that I must write to you about your wonderful remedies. About ten years ago I was troubled with female weakness and was all run down. I was tired all the time and could hardly walk without feeling dizzy. I heard about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, took it, and also used tho Sanative Wash. I got stronger, and have not had those dizzy spells since. I feel that I owe my health to you, and hope your remedies will help others as they have me. I tried most everything I heard of, and yours, are tho best medicines for women's aliments."" Mrs. Elizaijeth 2Q Glor Street, Buffalo, New York. Gen-tilcoke, J For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vejrotablo Compound has boon tho standard remedy for female ills. No one sick with woman's ailments 4om justlco to herself If she does not try tills medlclmo mado from roots nnd herbs, it Sm restored somany suffering women tohcalth. AM MEDICINE CO. Write to LYDIA E.VIXKIIMASS., (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, for advice. Tour letter will bo oponed, read and answered by a woman and uel4 lu strict confidence. fa-pw- nis Vr Edibles, of course, must bo bagged very shortly before being distributed. Iced tartlets, small pretty fancy cakes, nuts, raisins, bits of crystallized fruit, nil make ndmlrablo fillings. What manner of sweets, fruits, candles, nuts, etc., appear must depend, of course, upon tho hostess. She will not err if tho candles aro largely and plentifully reinforced with fresh fruit and good cake. Nuts aro essential, but should not be eaten too liberally. Tho best preventlvo of such oxcess Is a satisfying menu. Hero Is ono that should appeal to hungry young creatures, yot do them no sort of harm. Hot Chocolato or Cocoa with "Whipped Cream Hot Chicken Biscuit Hot Sweet Potato Biscuit Salted Peanuts Homemade Candy Mlnco Turnovers Pound Cako Icecream Sandwiches Fruit and Nuts Make chocolate as you like; but havo plenty of hot milk, also boiling water, at hand, so It can bo varied- to suit Individual tastes. For tho chicken biscuit begin by roasting a flno fat chicken, duly washed and trussed, greased all over on tho breast. Do and not stuff it, but put lnsldo half a dozen stalks of celery and a peeled and quartered apple. Lay a few more stalks of celery In tho bag, which needs a small lump of butter in addition to thick greasing, seal, and cook done, taking care tho bag does not break. Remove carefully from tho bag, and whllo still hot, mlnco tho meat as flno as you can, mincing also tho applo and celery, which will be cooked very soft. Tasto. If the light seasoning which tho chicken had Is Insufficient, add more salt and a baro dusting of pepper, red and black. Pour upon tho minced mass tho gravy from tho bag, add a very llttlo more butter and a spoonful or so of cream, mix well, put bag and Heat In a fresh for five minutes. Take up and put by spoonfuls, rather scant ones, between hot biscuit, which havo been rolled thin and baked double, after brushing over tho lower ono with melted butter. Keep hot In'sldo a bag, in tho hot stovo where the flamo Is out, until needed. For sweet potato biscuit, boll soft a quart of sound potatoes and peel and mash flno whllo hot, taking out all lumps and strings. Mix with its own bulk of flour sifted with a teaspoon-fu- l Shorten well of baking powder. with butter, wet up rather stiff with sweet milk, roll out, cut In small rounds and bako In a greased bag with a tiny hole In the upper side. Fifteen minutes ought to bo long enough. Mince turnovers, which explain themselves, must be very small. Mako tho original round of pasto about four Inches across. Put only a teaspoonful of mincemeat upon It, fold Jt over very neatly and pinch tho edges well together. Flatten and cook inside a buttered bag. For the Icecream sandwiches, cut very thin sllcos from a thlcik loaf of pound cake, frost tho slices upon one Bldo and lay them together. tw and two, naked sides touching. At serving time, cut a very thin slice of Icecream, lay It deftly between two of tho frosted cako slices, and pass on to bo eaten at onco. This second menu may pleaso some households better. It 1b suited to afternoon serving, rather than evonlng. Peanut Brown Bread Sandwiches Cider Cup or Oyster Patties or Minced Chicken Turnovers Bread and Butter Sandwiches Clear Broth, Small Cups Sliced Oranges with Frosted Individual Spongo Cakes Candy Nuts fruit Directions have been given for elder cup and Roast and grind tho peanuts, season lightly with salt and mix with either melted butter or a very mild French dressing to a rather stiff pasto. Spread between very thin bIIcos of buttered brown bread and keep moist until wanted. For oyster patties, bako shells' of puff pasto lnsldo paper bags, cool, and fill with oysters prepared as for oyster sandwiches. Preparo chicken as for tiny the chicken biscuit, but bako turnovers. Boll tho bones of it with a llttlo fresh celery and a sliced tomato to mako tho broth. Cut tho orangos carefully around, removo tho peel in two soctlons and notch tho edges of each, thus making pretty cups. Slice tho fruit thin, taking away strings and whlto pithy rind, arrango In tho cups, cover wjth sugar, put a llttlo shreded crystallized ginger on top and keep cool till wanted. Bako tho spongo cako in a square shallow mould. Let it got cold, cut in small squares, frost with tinted Icing and servo In a basket lined with whlto cropo paper frills. (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Literary Press.) homo-mado SLOANS LINIMENT Fine for Sprain Mn. TlEXnr A Vor.itt, 84 Somerset Ft., I'lnlnllold, Jf. .'., writes: "A friend sprained his nnkle so badly that It went black. Ho laughed when I told hint that would havo blm oui In a week. 1 applied Sloan's I.lnlnient and In four ilayi be was working and said Sloan's was a right good Liniment." Price 25c. E0c, and $1.00 Sloan's Pook ou horses, cattle, sheep nml poultry sent Ireo. Address 1 Jt Pr(Vvs wheat, corn, tobacco outs, cow pens clover, all kinds of grass. Ifc oollta's 00 acres and is cheap. It will produce FIFTH id one year, if rightly farmed, nearly half fa coat. Labor plentiful and cheap. Write FOURTH' JNO. D. BABBAGE Cloverport, Ky. S4.20C Buy ..Your OKinty. Price $4,200 Dr. EarlS. Sloan Land land Make Money - bacon-covere- d easiest way to mako money is to buy landin Breckenridge Western land has"hnd"tts day. Old Kentuckv is tho irWl spot in nil this country forlclimatc, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Brcckinridgcjcounry has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and .. i. i j.ne tie wmo river. mi. - people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now Boston, Mom., VlS m U your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per U.S.A. cent in tho last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap; another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check thoumbers that interCOMFORT FOR THE ENGINEER est you, write your name and address and wewill keepyou in" touch Canvas Seat Back Gives Man at the with our bargains. JBi a.!k M-- " .'.... KT Throttle Some Rest From His Severe Strain. Whllo there has been constant Improvement In tho construction of railWo have a number of inquiries for small farms fromj 50 to 100 road locomotives with regard to speed, case of handling long trains on heavy aeics, improved. If you have a small farm well.'improvcd.Jgood level grades at top speed, etc., thero has land, list it with us and we will dojtho rest. been little attention paid to the comfort and convenience of the man who works the throttle. Lately somo No. I. A Fine Home Farm No. 11 Rood and luvel land, thought has been given to him, how ,K? b',rn: ,l" Inndcleared, wel 10" Acrus. miles from It vliiKtun.on rural located;Vmiles from Irrlnuton. Price $3,300 ever, and one of the newest things la route Ouoil fr:itni iluoUln;;; d rooms and :Wv5o; veranda; a back for the engineer's sent which Iioum-- : 137 k'ooJ barn plow : 10O acres tenant NO. 12 5S0 ticres lylnB in n valloy; S Krasij aires under room dwelling and hall; 2 .Ij iicreM In timber; well watered, cistern and houses, will relieve somo of tho strain under law tobacco barn; 2H miles tenant South poiuls. l'JOl liushels corn 12-- Wanted Small Farms ". !J well-grease- d Locomotive Engineer Enjoying the Comforts of an Adjustable Back for His Working Stool. which ho works. Tho back Is a strip of canvas suspended from the roof of the cab by a strap, having a spring attachment to give It elasticity; the lower end of tho strip being so arranged that a stitched fold passes iU. down under tho seat or the seat cushion, whllo tho other end covers the top surface of the cushion and extends to the under side of tho forward edgo. This end and tho edge of the fold that goes over the back are con' nected by means of straps which securely hold tho strip In place. The HO acres, rrotn Guston. seat backs are easily removed. Pop- Ci 2fin 3 miles k mues Irvlngton; well pO7UU from ular Mechanics. ; lay s well ; good young orchard ; good watered timber ; on rural route ; school house few yards fron house; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two The Mathers' Favorite. good barns; barn and tenent house and cistern back lu the Held; meat and hen house; A cough medicine for children should wood shod; will sellon easy payments; plenty of smitll fruit. Further particulars be harmless. It should be pleasant to Jno. I), nabbage, Cloverport, Ky. take. It should be effectual. Chamber Iain's Couh Remedy is nil of this and is the mothers' favorite everywhere, for sale by all dealers. Adv. tivc-roo- m s; ue ar'-lre- ,1.i pounds of Kirk. H mile from tu.O and tobacco tu acre. Uooii clover land lays uy springs near bam; on school well watered. 2 Jiur.tlHoute. lu level location Ideal and In one or the best netisliborlioous lu the cuui.ty. Price 1 .3 ji w Vrnsli Terms on D.il. nice of Qlen l'5 llcres ' n'Ho No ,' 'u: wod. strong limo stono MOuicra 3 miles frrtn r.tllroud, soil, watered by wells and springs, on good vin - county road, near good school and churches. near Aew 'tobacco barn cost Si, 200, 3 stock llOlt'P barns. ""L' C,0TW Und Km"a rvt 1 Uoou stock 1'arn,. loo acres; well faml. Prk-- sluwT IIU. J Imhmeeil llwelllnLV sioclv h.irn. Grows wheat, toh.icco. orn. clover, in d 'icres loaned mllo north of (trass, l1! miles from IrvlniUon, on rural No 14 Mouldy. Price route. Tills land Is a little rollliu' but does balance in yearly payments. S2.000. H casb not wash, l'rlco rlKht. Jno. 1). UnbbaKc, 15 -- JO acres 4H miles from Hardlns- fceat: well improvl'eautlfully mile fn. in Nn A a live town. locatid onepractically i JJi"0 ot.tllebl.lnf' L'uty,n tl'ocounty. Price bcst farms 100 acres, all level land, unimproved; Kcod 'cncliiK. 'i Ideal .spot for dairy farm. 1'rlcu reasonable. Write .1 no. I) It tbbi.ee. Cloverport, Ky. IA No 1U 53 Acres near Huras. nwelllDir: barn 2020; log 20 acres C l'Js acres located near l)ules, Han-nMn u cock county; acres under plow level, rest rolling; soil sandystable. underlaid loam with clay; well watered. Price StJJO. 7S acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; tiroom duelling; b.irn 40x00; 40 litres level, restrollliiK. Uood hum for talucco. corn, Nn 1 7 W 'teres woll Improved land, ono w,le from MeQuady; all wheat ana clover. It Is u b.irxnlu at Si, MW, good.". tJOOCHSh, balance easy payments shape. Excellent neighborhood. level, Pino tobacco and corn laud; well watered. Price mile, South of Uockvale, -a acres Mn ( pood level land, 4 room dwelling tenant bousu and necessary outbuildings. 1 R -- - Acres.ono mile from Harnod: School bouse and church In 3oO yards. Price Nn 10 wun improved; plumy of good si rcn.it.ii water; 2 stock barns 80x00 and 3dx4S. Two-sto100 acres lu one and dwelling, and tenant house. Price u rv) 124 acres In '" O Two tracts the other; 124 acres lo- 4 7."o. cated 3 mile,- - from Hardinsburn; 100 acres 3 miles from Darned; H mile of Kinxswood Farm of 1.5 miles Nn 1 O Cloverport acres, IK Koute;from cnileep. on Star 140 acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwell. loc.ited Mn O 151 'teres;mile easton Henderson lng; two good barns for tobacco and stock;. v Houte, 1 of Lodlburu; This Is a bargain. Wrlto.Ino. U. Babbagofor 70 acres In pasturo, iO In timber; particulars. well further dwelling; koou barn uud watered; llme-stoland. Price J1.000. Mn 1( ioi acres at Floral. Hancock .u West of Mn XJ 150 Acres,n two miles from Hurd-n- u. llMesvIiIo. county. Ky., I) miles dwelling 10 InsburKiT-rootdwelling;! barns Improvements 3i!.x6Sand 43.XUI; - tenant houses; (rood level 2 Tenant houses; 1 barn 50x50; store house on land j?rows coru, tobacco, wheat anil crass. the place, good stand for a store; good land Price i3.7'o0. Liud near this sold recently fo for tabacco, corn and wheat. Price 31,050, $40 the acre. H cash. j 7' V - 1 liu. In u. yu; 'O l- 1 ry is nv. C? fCfi For 160 acres four mllesjwost of VfVJKJV oiondeane, 3 miles from branch railroad; all fresh land; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant housei. Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear. Price .000 H cash. e. It-i- n Device For Pulling Saplings. Tor removing luisln-- s and small trees the device lllustriitfd herewith line proved very mitlxfuctory. It consists of n llvo or six foot btick of round, tough wood siii-l- i us hickory mid. mi,v, three In Inches diameter, with u slnirlt'trt'o attached tit one end and a trace chain at the '1 The chain is other For Sale 15 H. P. Cloverport, Ky. Alii? 1 F, M. WATK1NS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This eugino is in good condition; hus boon run-ab- out A years and is a bargain to anyone neoding'a stationari' engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasolino tankwhich holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolino"pump and a natural gas attachment. Reason forselling entirely too largo for my purpose. For further information call on or address Cfl asHhtMfhp njj'. "'& passed u round the snpllng and hooked to the pole. Whllo n horso pulls tho roots aro cut with an ax on tho opposite side, and soon tho trco comes out with a Jno. D. Babbage rush. Amerlcau Agriculturist Cumberland Telephone No. 46, For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard generil strengthening tonic, GKOVE'S TASTELESS chillTONIC.drivesout Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic and sura Appetizer, lror adults and children. 00c. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TODAY Li "Don't Buy from Pictures; Come In and see the Goods" The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company Make the very Lowest Possible Prices on the following goods: Paints, Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wagon and Buggy Harness, Cutlery, Builders' Hardware, Chinaware, Stoves, Field and Garden Seeds, Rugs, Matting, Windows, Doors, Moulding, Salt, MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" Lime, Plaster, Etc. MASTIC PAINT paintit'o not a is new f b rirrliM-- UlUdio Uu ujf Dnrnnl raiuci raoi uitgii Dnot Hlunn Drnmnt ii umpi miomiuii AMontinri 40 years old. Not an experiment 40 Years Mid by Our Specialties: Mastic American Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Fence; R. B. C. Goods; an "unknown quantity'as to ingredients; the formula is printed on every can. MASTIC PAINT is ready to use, and the best to use. 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? it's a proven proposition-No- t of Reputation Behind It Peaslti-GaulbirtCo. INCORPOKATIB LOUISVILLE, KY. ASK OUR DEALER fn your town for book of surgMtloa ad color crd. V J. t BACK YARD FARMER Interesting Pointers on Gardening for the City Man or Suburbanite. WHAT TO PLANT AND WHEN Advice by an Expert on Agricultural Matters The City on the Farm-N- otes on Chicken Raising Care of the Lawn. WILLARD BOLTE. The title to this talk is a question that is asked the writer more often, possibly, than any other. Does the farm hold out a promise of a comfortBy PROF. JOHN able living along with its advertised independence? Can the ordinary man, with or without a cash capital of his own, undertake farming with any assurance of success in a money way. Unfortunately, this question cannot be answered, save in a qualified manner. Hundreds, yes, probably thousands of city men have gone into farming in some of its branches and have been entirely successful. Possibly as many more have taken the same step and have been mighty glad to give up their Independence for a regular job at the risk of some one else. As in all other independent pursuits, it depends almost entirely on the man. The farm is no place for a lazy man. It is not all new mown hay and fresh otrau'horHen with plotted orpam MOSt city-bre- d I it is hard work, with plenty oi perspiration mixed in. It means long hours, from before dawn until after dark, most of the year. City farmers who have failed have been, for the most part, those who expected to put day and let nature do In an eight-hou-r the rest The fact that must be borne in mind Is that nature by herself rarely produces profitable crops. The profit in farming is represented by the difference between what naturo would produce if left alone, and what man forces her to produce by his thought and work, the cost of his work being deducted from the gross receipts from the crops. "Work is what makes for success in farming as in any other line work and careful planning. We are entirely safe in saying here that a city bred man of- Intelligence and perseverance can undoubtedly make as good a living on the farm as he can in business, on the average. If he has to do manual work, as he certainly will, his reward will come in strong muscles and a clear, fresh brain. If he has to put in longer hours, ho will be able to sleep nights and awake In the morning as frefeh as a lad. The lowly natural things that he comes in contact with in his daily work are at least as nature made them, which cannot bo said of the filthy surroundings in most sections of every large city. What line should a city man take up in order to be reasonably sure of success at the start? Subject to local conditions, we would name the following list of agricultural pursuits In the order of their precedence: Poultry and fruit, dairy farming, small fruit farming, truck gardening. A number of other special local lines could be added, but we do not advise any inexperienced man to attempt general farmlnc or the hnndllnc of a larce of - tract of land until he has had time to become familiar with general farming practice. It is absolutely certain that any of the above lines, carefully handled on a small scale, wl.ll enable a man to earn a hundred dollars a month on an average, over and nbovo expenses, provided he owns his land and buildings. As ho becomes familiar with his problems he can hire others to work for him and materially increase his own income. ! THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Starting With Chickens. Thousands of new flocks of chickens will be started off this spring with great enthusiasm and still greater expectations. It happens so every year. The fifty or sixty odd poultry papers, the hundred odd agricultural and horticultural journals, tho several hundred poultry shows given each year poultry associaby as many local tions, the thousands upon thousands of established breeders of pure fowls, the agricultural colleges and experiment stations all of these agencies are doing a mighty work in their of-forts to Interest all of us in poultry U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits, Absolutely Safe Place to do Business .&r&tstHimW.VMi ah' V gX3Sjg a&.j?aMk? i fit- Wagons and Buggies for over 30 years. " That tells the Story. farmers bought Studebaker wagons before the Civil war and they have been buying them ever since. c?au5c thev, ?d confidence in the name Studebaker and in the . uru'. dependable wagons and buggies they build. And that confidence has been upheld. Studebaker wagons are built on honor and tho Studebaker guarantee goes with every one. 1 here s a Studebaker for your needs whether you live ia city, town or country. Bu!nM Wagon Trucks Buggic Rllnalwi.i.a Dump Cuts Contractor' Wagons And Studebaker harness alsoas well and carefully made as Studebaker vehicles. See our Dealer or Wrilt Farm Wagons Surrey! Pony CanUget "I've been selling Studebaker "I've sold them because my reputation as z. dealer was nt stake and from experience I have found that Studebaker means the best." u. CITY DENVER PORTLAND. ORB. STUDEBAKER !2?-K, South Bend, Ind. DALLAS KANSAS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO f".rA0 nearer what ho or she should be, by having got back into touch with nature through the caro of little chickens and their parents. If, at the same time, you have not made a financial success, It will be nobody's fault but your own, unless you are a victim of circumstances beyond control. Small flocks of chickens can always bo handled profitably by observing a few very simple rules. It is only with great big flocks that the odds are against us. In starting out at this time of tho year, one can either buy i eggs and hatch them, or day-olchicks can be purchased and raised, either with hens or small brooders. For a person entirely unfamiliar with poultry, the ideal scheme is to go" to some poultry raiser and buy from him a hen with her chickens already hatched. Take them home and place, the hen In a good coop that will confine her In a dry, shady place and will permit the chicks to run out and in at will. Be sure tho ground under the coop Is dry and clean. Move tho coop frequently. Dust the hen thoroughly with Persian insect powder as soon as you get her homo and repeat in a week's much. Your seedsman can furnish you with time, to kill vermin on her and hef chicks. Feed the hen a handful of excellent mixtures of lawn seed or cracked corn and wheat twice a day. you can make an ideal seed mixture Start young chicks on barely mois- by using 45 per cent, each of Kentened bread crumbs three times a day tucky bluo grass and red top, with 10 and a prepared chick food twice a per cent, white clover seed by weight. day. Get this food from any seed or Sow it by hand on a still day, while poultry Bupply house. Feed only tllO surface of the snil la dnmn. Snw what they will clean up quickly. Suc- on tho baBis of a .handful of seed to culent green food should bo furnish- the square yard. If the sowing has to be done late in ed frequently. If the chicks have a largo range you tho spring or during a very hot, dry need not bother about grit, charcoal period, it will be well to give the soil or meat food, but these articles must a light mulch of straw or strawy be supplied if chicks cannot pick up manure. A cover crop such as oats or rye Is gravel and insects. After chicks begin to feather, keep often UBed, but is not particularly adcracked dry bone boforo them; feed vantageous except for shade and it two feeds of a mixture of cracked uses up a great deal of water and corn two parts, wheat one part, hulled plant food. Keep tho new lawn well watered oats one part, and ono feed of very during tho growing season and cover stiff prepared wet mash oyory day. Tho mash can bo secured ready mixed it with fine stablo manure during tho and It must not bo fed too wet first winter. Feed a little meat three times a Doan's Regulets are recommended week. Clean water must bo supplied at all times. A good water fountain by many who say they operate easily, is a tin can inverted In a dish. A without griping and without bad after holo near tho edge of tho can lets the effects. 25c at all druir stores. Adv. water out, when tho level of tho water In tho dish la lowered enough to Fattening Period. allow air to enter the can through During tho last few weeks of the the hole. hog fattening period the dry grain bhould be increased and the slop reduced In order to avoid too heavy a Making a New Lawn. shrinkage on the road to market. A good lawn can be grown any where In the northern states and upon Subscribe today. any kind of a surface soil. One rea- d one-fourt- h that "'Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved," and it is doubly true that any one will be bet ter off and have a broader outlook, be keeping. We believe, with the poets, worthless for growing anything, not because it contains no plant food, but because its plant food is held in such chemical combinations that plants cannot digest it. Action of frost, air, sunlight and bacteria, must tako place before the plant can live in it. If this oxcavated soil must bo used for grading purposes, cover it with three inches of good loam or black earth if you want grass to grow there. Given ordinary surface soil to start with, tho first step is to plow or spado it about six inches deep. At this time turn under a good cover of stable manure and then work tho soil to a fine seed bed, JuBt as for a garden. Level the surface, fill in the hollows and then broadcast a commercial fer pound tilizer, using about to tho square yard. A good fertilizer is composed of one part muriate of potash, five parts steamed bone meal, one part slaked lime. It will be well to uso tho lime anyway, as it puts the soil in fine shape, although it is without value as direct plant food. Now roll tho ground to make it Arm and form a good passage up for tho water In the Just as soon as the soil has been rolled it should be raked, or harrowed with a fine tooth harrow, tho seed should be sown broadcast, and the soil should be raked or harrowed crossways, to' cover tho seed lightly. Do this tho same day you roll tho ground or It will dry out too sub-soil. son so many new lawns rail Is because tho soil which is taken out in excavating for the new house is spread over tho lot, covering up the old surface 'soil. The deep or sub-soi- l is What Every Candidat Must Have To Win! Printed Cards for Personal Wosk . Business Size An Poster Size attractive announcement card in your home paper. Announcements for County Offices $5 each. A NEWSPAPER CUT Don't hide your face under a bushel Have your photograph made and published to let people have some idea what you look like so they may get acquainted with you. For Particulars about Prices on Ad vertising and Printing write at once. K ! Speak to 10,000 People Each Week Engage regular space in The Brecken-ridg- e News and tell people why you want the office. We know how to write what you want to say. For effici-cienewspaper service ask nt THE BRECKENRIDGE Cloverport, Ky. NEWS, S BULLS FOR SALE! quick. Also one pair grey We have 13 Shorthorn and. Pol led Durham bulls for sale, will be priced low to move them mules and Poland China gilts. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. Hi M j Try a News Want Ad. They bring quick result 85 f t N, 'i