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The Breckenridge news: April 16, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913041601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 16, 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. f THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 41 VOL. XXXVII EVINGTQNS WEEK CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL! 16, 1913. Rev. I. T. Rushing, presiding elder, held quarterly meeting services at Webster last Sunday, assisted by Rev. L. K. May, pastor. Cloverport High School Fund For Concrete Walk J. M. C. OF SOCIALACTIVITY rdesty-Adkisso- Candidate For County Judge. n Marriag- eComing-M- uch Nolte & Bro $ 3.00 HOT BISCUIT, Social Going and Church and School News-'Lo- cal and Personal Paragraphs. fEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL Mm. J. J. Tilford has returned home frorn Fordsville. Mrs. Adele Connlff spent part o last week In the city, She was accompanied home by her daughter, Miss Nell Con- niff. Miss Maud Knott, of the Sand Hill I neighborhood, left Tuesday for Bow- lling Green to take a teachers course. Dr. Nevltt has moved into one of the Ihouses on College street. Cold water, a little lard less than Iwith ordinary flour and a hot stove Is all you need to make the finest of bread jut of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your I bread bill. Try It. Mrs. Virginia Calloway lias returned Baptist Church Notes. to her home In Louisville after a pleas- I ant, visit to friends in and about Irving- We appreciate the courtesy extended Iton. " .. Mrs. C. H. Drury, of Bew- - us by the Breckenridge News in offerMr. and visited Mrs. L. B. Moreman ing us space for occasional news items, IleyvlUe, and we are glad to avail ourselves of the kind offer and shall try to make it Mrs. Word Graham is visiting her mutually advantageous. After a lapse pother In Madisonville. of about a month, we come again with I The Missionary Society of the Pres some Items this week byterian church met Thursday after- hospitable home of Mrs. N. 000 Inoon at the In spite of the inclem- - Since we last appeared in print, we snt wither a large crowd attended. A have been putting the parsonage Ivery 'interesting program was cameo. grounds in trim condition, planting 3Ut. 1 some fruit trees and grape vines that Mrs JR. B. McGlothlan lelt Friday for Mr. Ashby generously gave us, and Louis;lle. She will visit Mrs. James have established a record In potato er and Miss a. "Ada Drury. production. We planted some potatoes fs.Lula Severs, of Cloverport, was on Monday before the hard rain, the er music pupils Saturday, having next morning some of them were up, fabsent for several weeks on ac-- - and two days later we had the first mess. So without cultivation or the if high water. trouble of digging even, we had potaFnes Trent was In Louisville last toes within three days after planting. We stiumlt this against the world's is and Louis Howard are confined record for rapid production. We are heir borne with whooping cough. expecting our second crop In June. Irs. G. T. Marshall has been on the ck list. 000 Our Sunday school has maintained Ehrlich, WOOL WOOL Nathan vho has been buying wool in this ter- - an average of 118 for the last six itory for the last six. years, will be in months. We had 116 March 30 and a h-- market again this wool season. He collection of $17.00 for missions; April 88 lual Ilia uiu incuua win uiiug 6, I42 present and collection of 56.08; Air Wool In as usual, and he will pay last Sunday we had IO3 and a collecJim the full market price as before, tion of $3.01. . f will announce the day to bring 000 nir wool in at a later date in these On next Sunday morning a special jlumus. Do not sell your wool before Ltu see me or write me at Louisville. offering will be taken for home and Padres 127 E. Gray St. Wool bags at foreign missions. We want to make fvlngton Hardware & Implement this a great day with an offering in keeping with the occasion. We profess jompany. ta be missionary Baptists and we hope Mrs. Lon Graves left Monday for to see it demonstrated on that day, Julsa, Okla. Sam Kirk, of Fordsville, left Sunday 000 ter a visit to Mrs. James Bolln. passing of March and the With the JUv. Jones and wife were dinner opening of April, we note the closing of the first and the entrance upon the fleets of the Misses Munford Sunday. lv jl,Corn urowers uiud win meet second year of our pastorate. The year has passed quickly and has been with Murday. ae' young people's meeting was led all a pleasant one- A spirit of peace v. Waggoner at the Presbyterian and harmony has prevailed, and we have had through the year the loyal urch Friday night. and loving support of the active forces i.The Methodist Cradle Roll babies of the church. With gratitude to God Sunday afternoon by for his blessings Visited and with increasing sea 'Mabel Nell Adkins, Helen Board love for the church, we enter hopefully Susie Thomas Payne. They were upon the work of the second year. at out under the supervision of Mrs. L, Chamberlain. 000 employee of the State Agri- The mission rally at Hardinsburg A former suggests that was a decided success. The attendance Jtural Department ijkenrldge county employ a county Was good, the interest fine, and the adriculturlst. This step would be ben-et- dresses of Brethren Lewis and English were great. The apportionment for to the farmers. Society of the M. E. Breckenridge Association for State, The Missionary lurch met with Mrs. L. K. May last Home, and Foreign missions is $1,000. lesday afternoon and spent the time It is believed that this and more will sewing. The.'r many friends gave be raised. The Mission Board appointand Mrn. May a miscellaneous ed a commltte to arrange for a mission retresnments were campaign some time in the summer. jwer. Litgnt The idea Is for the pastors with a reed. turned missionary or a volunteer for Mr. Hardesty, of Loulsv'lle, and Miss the foreign field to form a team and go ton, of Paynevllle, passed through trom church to church giving about a ire Monday morning en route to Lou- - day to a church. In some instances Mtfb where they expect to be married. might have dinner on the laeemsthe young couple were steal- - the church try to get every ground and member to it march on the old folks. come Hud have two addresses in the 'MiiM Evelyn and Elmer King went morning and two in the afternoon. If Br4alHirg Saturday to visit Miss this is carried out it will be far reachHwMa. ing in its results. Mr. d Mrs. Thos. Bland were in 000 pivtl Moaday shopp'jig. ksjl WUmh bought ef Vic Robertson At our church conference, It was de''week 27 head of eattle at 5 and GJ4 cided to call in our night service next Sunday to give our people an opporlu- i 1 5 a! Having been urgently solicited by my many friends from all parts of tho county to offer as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Breckenridge county, I have at last decided to enter the race subject to the action of the Democrat Primary to be held Aug. 2, I9I3. Being of mature years and having the advantage of a strenuous business experience I feel that I could fill the position with credit to myself and to the very best interests of the tax payers of the county. Having been a lifelong Democrat and on the firing line in every Campaign for thirty-fiv- e years no one can doubt my loyalty to the party to which I have devoted much time and means. I am in favor of a revision of the public road working system in the county, and such changes in any of the county's business as is best for interests of the people at large. I will try to see as many of the voters as possible in lime to talk these things over that you may fully understand my position. Your support and Influence earnestly solicited. Yours very tiuly, April 14, I9I3. J. M. Mullen. Weather-hol- t 2.50 . School Board Kentucky Belle Breckenridge News 25.00 35.80 2.00 .50 1.00 Citizen Edith Burn nity to hear Bro. Wagoner, the new teachers of the State in a body, to pastor of the Presbyterian congrega- hear the views of leading educators tion. We trust our people will take ad- on questions of school room practice vantage of this opportunity to hear the and measure their teachers by the new pastor. hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, heaith fut and easily made. LASTJSPECTS "Uncle" Barney Bohler-Fune- ral Held Wednesday Afternoon By Presbyterian Min-istEighty-thre- e Years Old. er Death of Sample death of "Uncle" John Horsely at 2 o'clock Wednesday. He was 82 years of age. He was a Union veteran of the Civil War. He was laid to rest in the Sample cemetery. Give Them A appealing to many school trustees and board of "Uncle" John Horsely. "education in tho invitation for them April 14. (Special.) The to attend and become members of the ed E. O. C. standard, is especially JOHN L CULLEY, Kentucky which Educational Association Paid to PROMINENT RETIRED CONTRACTOR Succumbs To Typhoid-Pneumo-nia--Wido- 30. will meet in Louisville April They have their problems to dis- cuss there, too, but incidentally it gives them a chance to study teach- DIES ers' NOTICE Fair Show. w A. C. McKaughan, of Cloverport, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKaughan, Sunday. Emery French has returned homo from Stanley, where he has been work-loas operator. flood. Cold water, a little lard less than Mrs. R A. Smith is visiting Mrs. with ordinary flour and a hot stove Is Will Lennon at Hardinsburg. ous. all you need to make the finest of oread Mrs. Dr. Shlvely and daughter were The railroads should be given a fair out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. show. The country could not very well Try the guests of Mrs. J. Fella at Holt it. get along without them. In essential last week. Mrs. Lou Smith was the guest of her particulars they are, and should be, Eugene Connor, who has been ill, is regulated by law, If held to proper ac- mother, Mrs. B. C. Dieckman, of Sam. improving. countability in important things the pie. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith returned Mrs. Pete Tomer and children, of public should be satisfied and should Monday from Rockport after visiting give small encouragement to legislative Illinois, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Mirelatives there. ller Rollins. hold-up- s and petty persecutions. The landslide above town caused n Mrs. Ellz Bandy left Sunday for great excitement. It is so near Eli Arizona to visit her son, Tom Bandy. Brown's that he has moved out. The Trustees' Opportunity. Warren Dieckman and family have Mrs. R. A. Shellman had lettuce and rented rooms in the Blaine Hotel. green onions Sunday. Who can beat The chance to meet andobsserve the Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell, of that for an early garden? g Courier-Journal. In two Kentucky counties recently railroad companies were indicted by grand juries. In one instance a company was ind'eted for the failure of its employes to blow the engine whistles. In the other case the indictment was for excessive blowing of whistles. This leads a Central Kentucky paper to" remark that no corporation in the world suffers as much from "adverse legislation and general knocking" as does a railroad. There is a good deal of truth in the assertion. As a matter of fact those who are m the business of operating railroads must find it hard to run tne roads to suit the public. One class of patrons inveighs against slow trains while another class protests against trains that are fast. One municipality objects to whistle blowing and drafts an ordinance accordingly. Another h Insists on continuous blow ing. The railroad companies are harassed by indictments on trivial grounds and they are constantly assailed by damage suits, some of which are utterly without merit. They are looked upon by petty politicians as legitimate prey and they are the target for all sorts of legislation, some of it wise and much of it foolish. Communities that are without railroads always rejoice at a prospect of getting them. A town without a railroad Is inevitably a town behind the times. A county without a railroad is virtually "out of the world." All such counties want railroads and some of them give subsidies and make stock subscriptions to secure them a sensibly thing to do, provided the amounts required are not unreasonable. But once a county gets a railroad the hammering" begins, and Is continu well-nig- The funeral of Mr. Barney Bohler And Son Dangerwas conducted from the residence of ously III. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bohler Wednesday This is to give notice that we will on afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Waceoner. and after the 1st day of April, 1013, of Irvlngton, pastor of the Presbyterian John L. Culley, a retired contractor sell coal strictly for cash, and that our church here. The b.irial took nlace at and one of the oldest and n prices will be 11 cents per bushel for the Cloverport cemetery. The pall- residents of Louisville, died at his lump, 0 cents for nut and 6 cents for bearers were his grandchildren home, nut P. and slack. Also all parties in exception of Edward Morrison.with the o'clock 1334 South Sixth street, at 4:30 They yesterday afternoon of typhoid debt to us must come and settle at were: Messrs Earl and Hudson Bohler pneumonia once as we are needing the money. Jess Bohler, Clyde and Henry Mays, of Mr. Culley, accompanied by his Yours Respectfully, Webster. Among those who attended wife, went to a fire near their home Jas. M. Lewis, the funeral from a distance were: Dr. ten days ogo, where they contracted City Coal Co. Hart of McDaniels; Miss Lillie Jordan, colds and later developed typhoid of Webster, and Mrs. Wilbur Grecorv. pneumonia. Mrs. Culley is in a very Fine Little Boy Arrives. of Louisville. serious condition at her home, while Mr. Bohler was eighty-thre- e vears her son, K. V. Culley, who came to old nnd came here from Germany when Louisville from Paducah to be with his Ernest Rowland Babbage arrived at he was eighteen. He was a shoemaker aged parents during their illness, is in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and practiced the trade up until two tho city hospital suffering from the E. C. Babbage, of Enid, Okla., Mon months day. Telegrams were received Monday two sons, before his death. He leaves same disease, contracted since his arCharles and Tom Bohler, and rival here. Neither Mrs. Culley nor afternoon saying that the mother and one daughter, Mrs. J. R. Mays, of Web- her son hits been notified of the death baby were doing well. ster. During the eight weeks of his of the father on account of their criticillness he was cared for most carefully al conditions. NEWS and tenderly by his daughter, Mrs. Tom Mr. Culley was S3 years of age and STEPHENSPORT Bohler. She was very fond of him and a native of Elizabethtown. Ho had took pains to give him all the comforts spent the greater part of his life in of her home. Louisville, and was one of the organizbest-know- Long, Lengthy Letter From The Old PortSunshiny Days En- Bring Much Visiting And tertaining. W. J, Schoop went to Louisville Sunday. Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr and Mrs L. D. Fox last Sunday. Dr. Chas. Llghtfoot, of Cloverport, was in town Monday. Gordon Payne and Lionel Connor, of Cloverport, were to see their parents ' Sunday. Rev. Jarboe preached in the M. E. church Sunday night. Archie McKaughan is improved at this writing. MUs Bettie Allen has been with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shellman during the ers of the Stuart Robinson Memorial church. He served as a deacon in that congregation for twenty-livyears. Mr. Culley is survived by, his widow, four sons, Stuart, of Covineton: John. S. and R. M., of Louisville, and Culley, of Paducah, and one daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson, of Louisville. No funeral arrangements have been made. Monday's Courier. e K-- Mrs. Kingsbury III. Mrs. Allen Kingsbury had an attack acute indigestion Monday and was critically 111. Her friends are glad indeed to know she is out of danger. of Mother of Young Men Dead. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Plank, of Owensboro, the mother of Messrs Frank and Leslie Plunk, young men at thlaa well-know- n place. Mrs. Plank died In Mexico she went for her health. where Notice. SULPHUR AND MOLASSES TIME At the meeting of the School Board of Cloverport District No. 1, to be held See the beautiful line of spring goods on Friday, April 26, the teachers for the ensuing year will be elected. All at G. W. Payne's. applications should be in on or before The new lights In O. W. Dowell's that date. R. L. Oelze, house is a great improvement Secretary School Board. Mr. Dorsey Parr, of Texas, was the guest of Mrs. Mary Adkisson and relatives here Saturday. The Normal here by Prof. Ater is Mr. Charles Llghtfoot brought an progressing uicely. Several new pupils "embossed" shell egg to the News office have been added recently. last week. The shell Is very hard and New spring hats and caps at Payne's. quite pretty. Peculiar Egg. Card of Thanks. We wish to taank nil friends for their great kindness'durlng the Illness and at the death of our father, Mr, Bohler. The Family. Advertising money-makin- g entertainments for Clubs, McQuady, News has been received here of the death of Mrs, May Weatherford, of Liberty, Mo. She and her family moved there from McQuady only a few months ago. Her many friends and relatives here are grieved to hear of her death. Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall lost (Copyright) Churches, Lodges, School Leagues, Etc., are charged for at the regular rates. Pointers and special notices of ads are paid matter. Do Not ask the Publisher, Report er or Correspondents to insert advertisements gratis. JOHN D. IABIAGE their house by Are. 'u A A COMMERCIAL CLUB By Club of Henderson, set out to bulk! n bit? industrial center. Its members were ambitious to make Henderson a youiiR Pittsburg, and they began to advertise what they considered its unusual advantages. proclaiming the cheapness of fuel, Large the exemption of new enterprises from taxes and water rents for long periods, and exceptional traffic THAT WOKE UP Weekly and found to be enthusiastic over the Idea. Then there was a big mass meeting, and the Henderson Commercial Club practically (though not literally) transformed Itself into the Henderson County Crop Improvement Association. The membership fee was fixed at a dollar a year, and everybody Interested in the welfare of the town and county was invited to join. Scores of farmers who ten or fifteen years ago would have ridiculed tho suggestion that they hire an expert to teach them new tricks In agriculture, had their names enrolled and went home to urge their neighbors to join. The Department of Agi (culture sent them Mr. Charles A. Aahan, a young man with a degree from an agricultural college and several years' experience as a field agent for the Department In the States and in the Philippines. Mahan began at once to lecture nt villages and to give practical advice to all who asked for it. To the surprise of everybody, the farmers flocked to his meetings and listened with as rapt attention as they ever gave a spread-eagl- e spellbinder during an exciting political campaign. And a number of them were enthusiastic when he proposed to have them experiment with crops on their own farms under his personal instructions. The Fiscal Court, which gladly fell In line with the farm promotion movtment at the start, turned over to Mahan the county poor farm to be ustd for experimental purposes The agricultural adviser is helping the apple growers, the dairymen, and the livestock raisers; he is making laboratory tests of soils and seeds, and he Is lecturing "and giving general advice to the pro ducers of the regular tobacco and grain crop. In fact, he is doing everything he can for the general promotion of better farming. The story Is a good illustration of the wonderful awakening in Kentucky and other States south of the Ohio River. The value of land In Kentucky has almost doubled In the past ten or twelve years, and the farmers realize that they must either adopt modern methods or seek some other means of making a living. They have all the natural advantages that they need, and there is every reason to believe that their advancement during the next ten years will be marvelous. EWING GALLOWAY te in Leslie's First State Bank Irvlngton, Ky. TIIIJ Commercial bill-boar- facilities were erected along the railroad tracks, large quantities of advertising literature were circulated, and the town's cleverest talkers were sent to large cities to Interview prospective investors. But Henderson did not take on the appearance of a Pittsburg or a Gary or a Birmingham. Tilt place already lnd a healthful growth, which con tinued as in the past, but the number of smokestacks did not increase nt an appreciable rate. Henderson is the trade center of a naturally fertile but poorly developed' agricultutol section of the State. Por more than half a century the farmers dragged along, using the methods of their and barely eking out a skimpy exiso from soil that would have made them tence had they given it half a chance. They were just like millions of other farmers scattered throughout the country. They did not progress they merely drifted. The town was not altogether to blame for that, but it missed its great opportunity to use its money and its energy In the promotion of better agriculture. The effort wasted in tningto secure outside help to build up an industrial city would have worked wonders among the farmers and, Indirectly, it would have helped wonderfully In the upbuilding of Henderson. But the Commercial Club was not destined to follow a cold trail forever. There came a time recently when it decided to branch out in a new dl rection and here you are introduced to an enterprising young man. On the club's farm development committee, which up to this time seems to have been little if any more useful than the other committees was a young newspaper man named Leigh Harris, who had come from the corn belt of northern Illinois and put a bankrupt evening paper on a money making basis in a comparatively short time. Harris spent a vacation with relatives in Illinois, and while there he had a good opportunity great-grandfuthe- rs well-to-d- methods of Illinois with to contrast the methods of Western Kentucky. the The contrast Impressed him deeply, and while he was thinking about It there came Into his active mind an inspiration. When Harris went back to Henderson he sat down and wrote a letter to the Bureau of Plant Industry in the Department of Agriculture at Washington. He asked if a good farm expert could be employed by the year nt a reasonable salary, and If the Department could give him any practical suggestions. In three or four days lie received n reply assuring him that the hiring of a scientifically trained agriculturist by the year was the very best thing that a community like IIenders6n county could do; they not only offered to help him find just the right man for the position, but agreed to pay half of the salary. Then Harris began to look around for further assistance. He evolved the idea that some large trade organization in a big city might be Induced to contribute something for the carrying out of his plan. Bankers, merchants, railroad presidents, and men of prominence in other lines of business were talking about the necessity of modernizing farming in the less progressive States, so why should not some of them be willing to spend a little money to further the Henderson county schemo? The first large organization that bobbed up in his mind was the Chicago Board of Trade, and he took advantage of his first opportunity to go to the Windy City and find out what, if anything, it was willing to do. Putting on a good front, Harris went to some of the leading members of the Board of Trade and stated his case. Yes, the idea was all right, they said, and the experiment might prove to be of national Importance. Harris canied back with him an agreement to donate a thousand dollars a year for two years to the general fund of a farm development organization. The next thing he did was to lay his plans before the local Commercial Club, and, with the assist-nncof several fellow members, he enlisted the cooperation of the County Fiscal Court, which controls the county's business affairs. Leading farmers from all parts of the county were interviewed e J. C. PAYNE, Cashier EFFICIENT BANKING SERVICE U Your Account Solicited "Young man, when you buy a buggy, be sure it's a Studebaker9' Sound advice from the man who has been driving one for twenty years. When you buy a Studebaker buggy you are buying all the skill, experience and science in buggy building that half a century can produce. You are protecting yourself against the mistakes of younger builders. You will always be proud of the Studebaker nameplate, for there isn't a buggy on the road that is its equal for style, luxury and good looks. Flexible bent-reac- h gear, graceful lines, solid corshafts, are a few of ner, plugless body, double-irone-d the special Studebaker features. shifting rail is enough in itself to make you buy a Studebaker buggy. McGavock, 92; Mabel McCracken, Seventh Month's Honor Roll Isabel Burns, 9I; honor pupils. For Cloverport City School TENTH YEAR. 02; TWELFTH YEAR. Eula McCracken, Eldred Babbage, 9 1; honor pupils. 97; 00; SEVENTH YEAR. Celestine O'Connell, o5; first honor. ELEVENTH YEAR. Mary Owen Oelze, 00; first honor. Marguerite Walker, 95; Katie Mat Fred Adams, 95; Virginia II. Perkins, tingly, g4; Gaynell Mood, 98; Elizabeth Ger:rude Gregory, 05; first honor. 92; honor pupils. "Grand honor." Robards, 93; Agneta Mattlngly, 93; EIGHTH YEAR. Eva Wroe, 92; Kathleen Crist, 91; Don03; Frances SawBertha Perkins. na Ross, 01; Aubrey Beavln, 9O; Josoph yer, 95; Byron Whitehead, 92; Mary Walter Hawkins, g5; first honor. Ballman, 9O; honor pupils. SIXTH YEAR. first honor. Rose Newton, Rosa Sippel, 97; first honor. Willie Seaton, 97; Tula Babbage, Mary Gibson, 9I; Jessie Hemphill, honor pupils. NINTH YEAR Mary Kinder, 95; Forest Weatherholt, 04; Grace Pauley, 04; Ethel Campbell, 03; Mary Pate, 92; Louise Whitehead, 02; Jane Lightfoot, 91; Allie Clark, 00; Lillian McCracken, 9O; Helen Miller, 9O; Zlvola Kramer, 00; Emily Reid, 90; honor pupils. 93; 90; For Sale MY Residence in Hardinsburg, Ky. The new close-fittin- g Farm Wagon Business Wagons Trucks Milk Watons Sec our Dealer or write us. Dump Wagon Harness STUDEBAKER NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS South Bend, lnd. DENVER CITY PORTLAND, ORE. Chlora May Seaton, 07; first honor. Cletus Wilson, 06; C L. Mogan, 90; Lillian Polk, 95; Helen Kingsbury, 05; Anna May Penner, 90; Virginia Galloway. 94; Coloiena Yeager, 94; Harold Lewis, 93; Selby McCracken, 93; Sadie Mattlngly, 93; Joe Allen, 92; honor pupils. FIFTH YEAR., Cecil Hall, 06; first honor. Omer Boyd, 95, Marian Allen, 95; Gladys Hemphill, 95;Rosanell Newton, 94; Dewey Hemphill, 94; Elizabeth Allen, 04; Elsie May, 9I; Alfred Wroe, 94; William Reid, q4; Willie Perkins, 94; Mike McCracken, 93; Andrew McCracken, 92; honor pupils. KANSAS CHICAGO DALLAS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO This is a desir- able place for anyone wishing J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY AGENC1 to keep boarders Mrs. Lucretia Hensley Hardlnsburg, Ky. Represents the Leading Companies in the Country FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE GooclsJ Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. wfssasriMqk n.,iv tl.: ima : 15 FOURTH YEAR. Mary K hel Laslie,.97; first honor. Ejiiiinagene White, 03; Maynard White, Viola Greenwell, 9": ''Grand honor." 93; Carl Gilliland, 92; Virginia Adams, Eva Jolly, 97; Jesse Hall, 00; Wil 02; honor pupils. Ham May, 01; Herbert Wilson, q3; Tula Mv, 93; John Edward May, 93; Eleanor Reid, 92; Maud Miller, 92; Onus. OFF Whitehead, 92; Katherine McCracken, 9O; Louise McCracken, 00; Harry Crist. 9C; Clarence Bishop, 90; honor pupils. Rid Yourself of Unnecessary THIRD YEAR. Burdens. Mary Keil, 97; first honor; "Grand iw:,,fv. d uw&x. a itiialuic i i,u..nn. utuuicua ft 51 Don't Wait for the Wood to Show Before You Paint f Postponing painting is like putting off payment of taxes. You are only piling up expense. The wise man paints often, so that there is always a protecting film of paint between his house and the elements- The more durable the paint, the less oftel this must be done. , The most durable paint in the world is .. Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture inpisc ette, it is cldiglitfullv satisfying. E cry where It is choice of men who want real, natural tooucco. t cigarthe 83 jftj SHAKUT C?jjZt3rCvj&Us Ml ? ?a Bl Mi r2zf77k iWK honor." SI Dauiien Lewis, 90; Ralph Berry, 95; James Henry Walker, 95; Mabel Beav- ln, i iiFm T 11 93; Roscoe Kinder, 92; Winnie r"3P In each 5c sack there nre one aild a half ounces of choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, iiniil, rich best sort of granulated tobacco. Knough to make many good, satisfying cigarettes the kind that makes And with each sack you get a present rolling Mipiilar. coupuii and a book of cigarette papers tree. 8 Jaunita neys Matheny, 90; Augusta Robards, 90; MaFor lame, weak and aching backs; ry Elizabeth Furrow, 9O; Chas. Owen Lots of grateful endorsement to Furrow, 90; Roger Harder, 9O; honor Drove their worth. pupils. J. A. Baird, R. F. D. No. 5, HartSECOND YEAR. Dessie Brown, 95; first honor. Yewell Robinson, 9I; Owen Robinson, 93; 92; Nelllo Rick-ett9I; Eva McCracken, 91; Willie Laslic, 9I; Charles Bohler, 9I; James Buckby, 00; Celestine Gedling, 90;'Wil-liaGedling, 90; Roland Robinson. 9O; Rosie Adams, 00; honor pupils. m Buckby, 92; Effie Orum, 98; Don't bear unnecessary burdens. Burdens of a bad back are heavy. Get rid of them. Doan's Kldmy Pills are for bad kid- Phoenix White Lead when mixed to suit the conditions of the wood. All good painters do it this way. Make sure that yours does it, too, and that he uses Dutch Boy white lead and linseed oil. Drop in at our store and get our "Painting Points," containing valuable suggestions on selecting color schemes for inside and outside your home. Get an Umbrella Free The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of able presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles but many desirable presents for women and children umbrellas, cameras, toilet articles, tennis valu- Jane Weatherholt, s, rackets, for It on u postal, today. Coufiont from DuktxHxxtuH may bi attarttd tnth tat i hum HORSE SHOE. J.T.,TINiLCY'S NATU. RAL. LEAF. CHANCER TWIST. tnufcHi It am FOUR ROSES (10c tin double toupimu PICK PLUG CUT.HEDMONT CICARETTES, CUX CICARETTES. and gthit taxi or coupons tttutd or m. FREE to any address. Ask will send our illustrated ca ta I ogii e of presents gloves and masks, etc. During December ami January only we catcher's FIRST YEAR. A CLASS. 97; first honor. James Wilson, 9O; Samuel Conrad, 9O; Mnry Whitehead, 90; Mabel Whitehead, 96; Corine Qulggins, 06; Virginia Furrow, 95; Irene Penuor, 05; Cllda Clark, 05; Gil-llland, Robert Oelze, ford, Ky., says: "I used only one box Doan's Kidney Pills, but that was all I needed to cure me of kidney weakness. For some time I had been troubled by sharp twinges across my loins and other symptoms of kidney complaint. As I heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got a supply and their use cured me. I highly recommend this remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, solt agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertjsement. of Foster-Milbur- n nil MBB Alarion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. . City Property Premium Dept. hjitK4juat nnw,i,c, St. Louli, Mo .J.-yi- i. j''3&:i MSMtwraMtroi' jfj Theresa Beavln, 05; Paul Berry, 95; Maurice O'Connell. 95; Lawrence From Our Good Colored 04; Billie Hall, O3; Roy Niles Friend Of Stephensport Tucker, 03; Annie May, 93; Mary Wor-ie92; Louis Beavln, 9'i; Dewey NaDear Mr. Babbage: As my subscription, 9I; honor pupils. tion to the Breckenrldge News expired March the 6th, you will find en FIRST YEAR. B CLASS. closed $1,00 to renew my subscription Marlon D. Seaton, 96; first honor. till March 6, lOlj. We would miss the Wjlllam Lincoln, 05; Truman HInton, paper very much, as it always comes 05; Coy Clark, 04; Sidney Robards, 04; in our home as a cheerful and welcome visitor. I have paper Mry Perkins, 01; Odu Amo, 93; over 10 years, andtaken thisfeel likefor I don't I Irene Swearns, 03; Louise Lane, 93; could get along without It as It always y, fjigh Street Home 2 lloors 40x10: fi! HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building nuco, bath, laundry, toilet, basement, natural gas, hot wat all modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents for $240 year. Price $2,750, i cash. If you want a nice homo this U you chanco. Lor further particulars wnto or seo Jno. D. Babbage, O vorport, Ky. comes every Wednesday with good or, and wishing success to th jL new from our relatives and friends, I remain yours respectfully, and make us feel tkat life Is worth James Miller, living-Tliankiug you for the past fav Stephentport. pLSON READS ture of free business) instead of Ijy. uio law vi icihihiiuu huu Hriiuciai rt rangement. "Wo havo thrive by the law ot nature ttno nk-- l zgf HIS MESSAGE AY8 .; ; AlOLlSH CONGRESS WE MU8T EVERYTHING THAT BEARS SEMBLANCE OF TO K PRIVILEGE. MUTY LAID UPON THE PARTY Hvocates Putting Our Business Men and Producers .Under the Stimulation of Constant Necessity of Being Efficient, Economical and Enterprls- Injj. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Washington. The following Is President Wilson's message, read by him personally In congress: "I have called the congress together In extraordinary session because n duty was laid upon the party now In potfer at the recent elections which It o light to perform promptly, in order iil&t tho burden carried by the people under existing law may bo lightened as soon as possible and in order, also, that the business Interests of tho country may not bo kept too long in suspense as to what tho fiscal changes aro to be to which they will be required to adjust themselves. seen tariff legislation wander very far afield In our far indeed from tho field in whldh our prosperity might havo had a norIKvJZ3 mal growth and stimulation. No orio who looks the facts squarely in the face or knows anything that lies beneath tho surface of action can fail to mji; percelvo tho principles upon which recent tariff legislation has been based. "Wo long ago passed beyond the modest notion of 'protecting' the In' dustrlcs of tho country and moved boldly forward to tho idea that they were entitled to the direct patronago There was a time, and not so very long ago, when people living of tho government. For n long tlmo in our city had an edge on persons living away from our town, as a tlmo so long that the men now active regards taking advantage of our sales, our service, our assortments public policy hardly remember the in ...iw. "" r " it conditions that preceded It wo have, M"fcff. and our low prices. That time is now past, however, since the Parcel sought in our tariff schedules to give Post is in operation. each group of manufacturers or producers what they thomselves thought, you live one mile, one Hundred or one thousand TT is highly important that you should know that we are that they needed In order to maintain WHETHER away from our store it is all the same so far as being A iated with the largest retail buying organization in the whole a practically exclusive market as for worId Thl? fact' coufled with our t0 against tho rest of tho world. able to avail yourself of this store's buying and selling facilities. wo niiv. frivnc Jimnnff the Privilege Must Give Way to Free AH you need to do now is to write or phone us your order today and jobbcrs that never fails t0 sccure for us the lowest priceg in Business. "Consciously or unconsciously, we and the mail man will deliver it to you in the morning. everything. And, as we have a fixed store policy to sell as we have built up a set of privileges and buy, it is not very infrequent that we sell goods cheaper than a exemptions from competition behind Of course, there are some things we sell that cannot be degreat many merchants (especially the smaller ones) can buy which It was easy by any, even the departments in our store. Each one is them. There are sixty-thre- e crudest, forms of combination to or- livered by the mail man under the Parcel Post Service. under the supervision of a trained manager who conducts his-oganize monopoly; until at last nothFor instance, we cannot send under the Parcel Post any big her departments with the same businesslike, systematic care as ing is normal, nothing Is obliged to stand the tests of efficiency and econ- piece of Furniture nor any large piece of House Furnishings or if the department or departments were tneir own. 1 his insures omy, in our world of big business, but 5 everything thrives by concerted ar? Household Goods, as under Parcel Post regulations you cannot UliV 1111VA1 ' ITUVWiV JVU4 HUliWU WW IWVW11. V4111V& U Jf J4 Only new principles of mail anything that weighs more than 11 pounds nor anything rangement. son or by mail. action will save us from a final hard crystallization of monopoly nnd a com- that exceeds in length and girth combined 72 inches. plete loss of the Influences that quickYet in a big store like ours where you can buy almost everyen enterprise and keep Independent energy alive. thing for everybody, you can readily see that there are a thousand Women's, Misses Dry Goods "It is plain what those principles Children's and one things that can be sent by Parcel Post and the impressing Carpets Ready-to-We- ar must be. We must abolish everything Garments' that bears even tho semblance of priv- feature of it all is that Dooks Draperies Infants' Wear ilege or of any kind of artificial advanCorsets Chinaware Furniture tage, and put our business men and Glassware Fancy Goods Millinery producers under the stimulation of a Silverware Art Goods Men's and Boys constant necessity to be efflclent, ecoFurnishings Footwear for Women, Misses and nomical and enterprising masters of competitive supremacy, better workHousefurnishings Women's Furnishings ers and merchants than any in the day-very , 'I PMs r; Jaw The Parcel Post Gives You Access to this Store, Its Facilities, Its Assortments and Its Low Prices the Same As If You Lived In Our City dfd W cfl r W "cS T Vl-- Here Are Some of the Articles That Can Be Bought at This Big 6 3 'Department Store and We Will Deliver Free Anything You world. Buy From Us That Can Be Sent By Parcel Post i THHflBBBBBBJBJ I Jn. (frusf- -" o WOODROW WILSON. Is clear to the whole country that jtarlff duties must be altered. They if be changed to meet the radical ration in the conditions of our eco- )lc life which the country has wit' fed within the last generation. Kile the whole face and method of industrial and commercial life ere being changed beyond recogni tion the tariff schedules have remain- ad whit they were before the change began, or have moved in the direction they wero given when no large circumstance of our industrial development was what it is Fix the Tariff and Business Will Thrive. r "Our task is to square them with r v Ahe actual facts. The sooner that Is done the sooner we shall escape from aufferlnir from tho facts and the soon- I j er our men of business will be free to f to-da- or with strokes that cut at the very remember, that whatever we sell, either roots of what has grown up amongst all instances be thoroughly satisfactory. us by long process and at our own In- money. vitation. It does not alter a thing to upset It and break It and deprive It of MARKET ST. a chance to change. It destroys It. Must Have Change, But Not Revolu- "Aside from the duties' laid upon articles wh'ch we do not, and probably can not, produce, and the duties laid upon luxuries, and merely for the sake , of the revenues they yield, tho object of the tariff duties henceforth laid must be effective competition, tho whetting of American wits by contest with the wits of the rest of the world. "It would be unwise to move toward this end headlong, with reckless haste, weighty desire buy some SHOULD you them to vou free of large orbv expressarticles, we or freicht, charee to' providing your purchase amounts to $5.00 or more and that you live within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville. "We Religious Goods Toilet Articles, Boys' Clothing and ocwing jviacmnes - want your business and are making this free delivery proposition so Js M17 Wli TOST r. MTJ. dl tr i that you may send us a trial order and test thereby our ability to sell you better goods for the same price or the same goods at a lower price. And, by mail or over our counters, must in If otherwise we cheerfully refund the FOURTH AVE. KT"TSH 3 iOTl'S KLVtH fc&f h m,. rii artJ atC-SjK- . near Fourth JBACnH-SSffii-1 near Market Louisville, Ky. 8 SALE. r Wk, Y4 VA mm .vr VmSri : tion. "Wo must make changes In our fiscal laws, In our fiscal system, whoso Louisville, Ky. m. WOMAN'S ILLS DISAPPEARED Like Magicafter taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I "As I havo Worth Bangor, N. Y. used Lydia E. M Pink-ham- 's IV 1 and tell you about it I was ailing from female weakness and had headache and backache nearly all the time. I was later every month than I should havo boon and so sick that I had to go to bed. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made mo well and these troubles havo disappeared like magic I have recommended tho Compound to many women who havo used it successfully." Mrs. Jame3 J. Stacy, R.F.D. No. 3,. North Bangor, N. Y. Another Mtulo "Well. 's Ann Arbor, Mich. "Lydia E. Vegetable Compound has dona wonders for me. For years I suffered terribly with hemorrhages and had pains so intense that sometimes I would faint away. I had femalo weakness so bad that I had to doctor all the time and never found relief until I took vuii- - ramaillwu in nlnnsn mv husband. I recommend your wonderful medicine to all sulferers as i think It is a messing for all women." Mrs. L. E. Wyckofk, 112 S. Ashley St, Ann Arbor, Mich. Pink-ham- great benefit I feel it .my duty to wnto Compound with Vegetable object Is development, a more free and wholesome development, not revolution or upset or confusion. We must build up trade, especially foreign tr,ade. Wo need the outlet and the enlarged field of energy more than we ever did before. "Wo must build up industry as well, and must ndopt freedom in the place of artificial stimulation only so far as It will build, not pull down. "In dealing with the tariff the method by which this may be done will be a matter of judgment, exercised Item by Item. To some not accustomed to tho excitements and responsibilities of greater freedom our methods may in some respects and at some points seem heroic, but remedies may bo heroic, and yet be remedies. It is our business to make sure that they are genuine remedies. "Our object is clear. If our motive Is above just challenge and only an occasional error of Judgment is chargeable gainst us, we shall bo fortunate. "We aro called upon to render tho country a great service In more matters than ono. Our responsibility should be met and our methods should bo thorough, as thorough as moderate and well considered, based upon the facts as they are, and not worked out as if wo were beginners. We Are to Deal With Facts of Our Own Day. FINE Kncli WAY TO SAVE. .station and fortit; de- fiimicr xlimikl write to e.t-rimMi- the state Mfeure the t mula for whatever erop sires to wow and mix his plant food Indoors on rainy days at 'J Kreat hiivIiik to Ids imeUetrmok inier fertilizer and Mill Conservation means saving, preserving, and every dollar which the tanner pays out for the middlemen's prollts tor u'nfjes nnd for freight must eventually en me out of the soil. tileaner Found a Cure for Rheumatism. "I sulTered with rheumatism for two years and could not pet my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I could not sleep or lie still at ninht Five years ago I began using Chamberlain's Liniment and In two months I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since. ' For sale by all Adv. dealers RED CROSS GIVES $25,000 To Hamilton After Cincinnati Officials Telegraph Urgent Appeal. "We aro to deal with tho facts of our own day, with the facts, of no other, and to make laws which square with tlioso facts. It Is best, indeed it is necessnry, to begin with tho tariff. I will urge nothing upon you now at tho opening of your session which can obscuro that first object or divert our energies from that clearly defined duty. "At a later tlmo I may tako the liberty of calling your attention to reforms which should press close upon tho heels of tho tariff changes, if not accompany them, of which tho chief is tho reform of our banking and currency IawB; but Just now I refrain. "For tho present, I put these matters on ono sldo and think only of this ono thing of the changes In our llscal syBtom which may servo to opon once moro tho free channels of prosperity to a great peoplo whom wo would sorvo to tho utmost and throughout both rank fllo." "Boys" Want To Hear From Home Decatur, 111 , Apr 0. will llnd Dear Mr. Babbage:-Yoenclosed 31 for the dear old Brecken- ridge News, as we will like to have the news from our old Kentucky heme, Taut, itutaei iaui, Yours truty, j. Eugene Datw, Marvin Basham. u Hamilton, O. In response to a telegram from Dr. Otto P. Geler, superintendent of Charities and Corrections, Mabel Bonrdmun, chairman of tho board of directors of tho Natlonnl Red Cross Society at Washington, D. C, mado ?25,000 available Immediately for restoration work at Hamilton. Dr. Ooler was ono of a party, consisting of Mayor Hunt, City Engineer Waito, and MaJ. Jones, of tho United States Engineers, that visited Hamilton to see what was being done towards restorlug the homes of flood victims. They found, they said, that practically nothing had beoa accomplished In this direction because of a lack of funds, and conditions generally were In n deplorable atato. Tho mayor offered to raise a considerable amount of money as a loan, so that fiulclc action could be taken to aid the citizens of the stricken town In rehabilitating their homes. A healthy man is a king In his own Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. E. F. Shellmnn &Co., Plaintiff Against Finley Bruner&c, Defendant. Equity No. 34S6 By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof. IOI3, In the above cause, for the .sale of llie Hereinafter dehCiibtd real estate, all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tne Court House door in to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Mftulny, theJ.'8'h day of April, lOI.'i, nt I o'clock p. 111. , or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve mouths, the following property, A certain tract or parcel of land ljingand being in Breckenridge county, State of Kentncky, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a white and red oak stumps nnd small hickory and persimmon marked tresh, running thence with the original line S f)4, W. 10 poles to a stake; theuca S. 3O, 15 A'i 3 poles to another stake near same tree pointers to the same; thence N. 38 E, 16 polts to a white oak same poles to course continued, in all !l2 two beeches; thence S- 63, 15. SO poles to two small dogwoods; thence S. 'M)i, E .'12 poles to a gum; thence S 75; 15 106 poles to two vhl:e oaks at:d two hickories in one of the origiual lines; thence with the same N. 58, 15. 38 poles to an ash and white oak, one of the deeded corners, thence with another of said lints N. 36, W 220 poles to a black oak and two hickories; thence S. SA, W. 50 poles to tho beginning, and jiaid land was formerl the property of CjrusBruner, and upon his death to his heirs The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Intetest fioni the day of sale until paid, nnd having the force nnd effect of n Judgment. Lien retained to secure pajmeut of putchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. LEE WALLS, Har-dinsburto-w- it: H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Hardinsburg, ::: DENTIST Kentucky Cumb. Phone 18. Krildercef hcllirun hcuse Office I r LECK svs sible should any occur. third (I m Over Pgsii IFarrrfcers afcgirf Bank fctffc 3 ttjWfttWi ft i.'C will niako tho present pnson of 1913 at 1113' stables tit Puusvillc, Ky. ut $10 for :i livinr colt. Money duo when nmio is purled with. All euro taken to pie-voaccidents, but not responnt p!iSSjMBBjE3Bnyv,vr - 91 IW qj 1 PEDIGREE: L?ck is u dark cheMtrt was sited b .Sensation, a registered sadi lo hor-e-; bv Blue Jeans First dam, Muck Lackej ; second .Millard Lexington. '(I H irtl. lie Iov': rel; S f'n, BK ck Mp 4- -t r- - . b- Ho 11 - Leek will make two days at Pcllville, Mondays & Tuesdays JOHNNIE will iimke tho of 1913 at my Ky. at $8.00 for V 1 present reason 1VI1-ville, de-cen- MttX(WflSj0tiErfl iMJ4i h fnmF nutted prevent iieeidents but not loponnhlo sl.ctild any emir. ais-n'Johnnie is a Uliick "Vorrior, Ai hands hijuh, to 0-- )t d Mtibies at ill tone marcs a living roll. i tn tt'linii ttiurn tc with. All aire lulu u I and a line atvnuil. Commissioner. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic constipation. 25c a box E. F. GABBERT, Owner Patesville, Ky. Doan's Regulets operate easily. at all stores. Adv. k' don't aWity of this grand old remedy, mad lrfmuie roots anu neruaoi ourneius, w remedy woman's diseases. We possess volunn of proof of thia fact, enough to coawee tite moat skeptical. Why right; tm unhealthy man an unhappy slave. For impure blood and sluggish liver, use Uurdock Ulood Ultters. On the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. Adv. m try it? t. Try ft News Want Ad. Bald a waiter nt an uptown restaurant to a man who was Btandlng In front of a newly arrived case of turtles and who was sucking his finger as If In pain. "What are you doing, anyhow?" "Well," said tho man, "I was trying to find out which was tho head and which was the tall of that beast over there lit the corner, and perhaps you can tell me, for I'd like to know whether I've been bitten or stung." . Chicago Reoord-Herald- Bite or Sting. "KeeD away from that." Splendid Farm 350 Acres. 'Hub fin in Ib i r nr Mn Is ltidpo in this county. Good, level, tillnbh land; watered with two gcod sprinps; 40 acies in tinuber. It grow good Inch cole led tobacco, either Burloy or Pryor; also wheat, corn and clover. Improvum nt, five loom dwelling, one ternnt house nnd big tobacco bhin. This land can bo bought at h bHrpair, as tho docs not live on it and waritsto tell it. It h five miles fiom llarnai Station on the JUanch. Price only $12 an acre, prt JNO. 1). BABBAGE. THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NES, , Report of the Condition of Report cf the Cesdltlon of JNO. D. BABIAGE, Editor amJ'Publisher The Breckinridge Bank. The E. H.vShelflian & Doing business At the town of Clover Co., Bankers. port, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on 4th day of April 1913. DON'T GET DISCOURAGED' EIGHT PAGES. CLOVEKPORT, ST., WEDNESDAY, APK. 16, 1913 RESOURCES. 1132,070 34 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un. 107 I3 secured Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. Stocks, Bonds and other Se76.826 00 curities BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional 34,548 08 Due from Banks insertion. Cash on hand 12,089 o 6010 CARDS OF JTHANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture line. 10 cents per 0,252 54 and Fixtures 00 OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per line, money Other Real Estate included Other Assets not 47 33 in advance. under any of above heads. I Doing business at the town of Irving-toCounty of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on 4th day of April 1013. n, IT'S ALL FOR THE BEST: After tho recession of the Waters, next In Order cornea warm weather and fly timo Remember I'm headquarters for 4 '? j Examino tho label on your paper. motify us. , i reading the Best Books, or a bit from Emerson, or a lino or two from any of the English and American clussics? No, and those who read light litcratuie of today fail to get any inspiration from it. Tho magazines aie ciowded with stories that give one anything but faith in humanity. Picsidont Wilson's inauguial address was short, and it is very gratifying to see him stick to the way ho started. Idle words aio not promising. ap-pa- 262,667 59 Total $106,086 00 Total LIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash $ 45,100 00 Capital Stock paid in, in cash.f 15,000 00 ', 4,64932 Surplus LOOKING TO HENDERSON. Surplus Fund 3,062 80 Fund less toward Henderson Undivided Profits, paid 1,383 08 Undivided. Profits, less exThrough Leslie's "Weekly ninny towns looked and taxes 809 92 penses and taxes paid last week nnd thoso with "tho seeing eye" not only saw "The Com- Deposits subject S 71,325 I2 Deposits subject to check to check f 05,020 33 mercial Club That Woko Up," but back of it all saw what every Demand CertifiTime Deports.. 19,883 06 00 without a leader is like a train without cates of Dep'st town needs, a leader. A town Cashier's checks Time Deposits. 140,209 17 84,050 99 outstanding.. 47 00 00 an engine. Even if it is on tho right track, it cannot make a move Certified Checks 2,095 81 Reserve for taxes Cashier's checks unless tho engine is there to pull or push it. includ- .00 211,534 29 Other Liabilities not outstanding.. ed under any of above The towns nnd cities need men prepared to look nftcr their gov- Due Banks and Trust Com70 48 heads panies lend a town in the wny in should grow is a responsible ernment. To Notes and Bills Rediscounts! ?100,086 CO Total calling, and tho man who is called to do it "should bo worthy of his Unpaid Dividends k State of Kentucky 1 . attractive Reserve for taxes vocation." A town could well nirord to pay its Mayor an County of Breckenridge Bilk Payable enlary one thnt would justify his making the Mayorship his depend- Other Liabilities not inclu We, E. II. Shelman and M. II Cornwall, President and Cashier of the ence for a livelihood so that he could dovote all his time nnd mind fled under any of above 00 above named Bank, do solemnly swear heads and heart to the town ho serves. that the above statement is true to the f262,667 59 best of our knowledge and belief. Total May the day soon come when young men will prepare themselves State E. H. Shelman, President. especially for municipal service and iind it lucrative. Read the ar- County of of Kentucky Breckinridge ac1. M. H. Cornwall, Cashier. ticle "The Commercial Club Thnt Woko Up" in this issue and get We, W. H. Bowmer and A. B. Subscribed and sworn to before me President and Cashier of the above this 10th day of April IOI3. acquainted with Henderson and her leader. Towns nnd cities, in named Bank, do solemnly and they can only the above statement is true swear that Correct Attest: Louis H. Jolly. Kentucky particularly, arc hungry (for progress) to the best' of our knowledge and belief. Notary Public. be fed by men like Leigh Harris. W. H. Bowmer, President. Mv Commission expires February 10, A B. Skillman, Cashier. 191 1. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Subscribed and sworn to before me President Wilson's message to Congress wns good for sore eyes. this 14th dav of April I9I3. Henderson Route 0.' K. Correct Attest: O. T. Skillman, the lirst President's message we have read through in many a All trains on the Louisville, HenderIt's Notary Public. son & St. Louis Railway are running whenever he has anything to say to Congress day. Ho promises that My Commission expires Jan. 12, 1914 now. it will bo "humanely short," and this message is not more than a column nnd a half which we publish in this issue. has been elected County Treasurer at a salary of .$250 per year. It This is a day of things short and sweet. The world has not time ought to have been $500. x Ho is to have charge of all tho county's to rend or listen to anything worth while longer than thirty minutes. finances and keep a set of books showing tho financial standing of tho It is true that tho trashy novel wins a good deal of time and eyesight, county at all times. This is a splendid move of iho Fiscal Court, and tho worse it is tho more of both it gets from tho women who do not the' have selected a fine young business man for the place. He is hnvo to do their own cooking, washing and ironing. Men do not efficient and careful, and will take a prido in tho work, and will show have much tune for novels, they are surfeited by newspaper rending. and all times. Efficiency is what we want in who spends much time in up every cent at any Is there one poison in ten, If it is not correct please RESOURCES. $ 74,657 09 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un... 015 31 secured Stocks, Bonds and other Se47O23 curities 22,544 42 Due from Banks 5,782 O4 Cash on hand..... Banking House, Furniture 1,713 46 and Fixtures Other Assets not included 2 23 under any of above heads. Screen Doors, Windows, Galvanized and Black Screen Wire flatkoatted. I have tho goods with skilled workmen to apply;, them. Tho flood has inconvenienced mo a little, but I rose with the waters wearing a smiling faco and colors flying, and you will bo served promptly at tho same prices, everything in Building Material and Builders' Hardware. Door, Window and Screen Frames made to order. You'll bo pleased if you do and regret if you don't get my prices be . JK 0 .1 .1 li Ana more is no oeuor aisimectant man a iresn coat ot paint on tho outside of your houso with the inside varnished and A 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 . 11 fore buying olsowhoro. Planing Mill Work to Order MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky jcl' "Who MO NHY YOU EARN gzts thc .. ." i ma e. Skill-ma- n. iJrmmwrAowef vdf iffr (KSc5IBZV in ssxtrm XS now-n-day- s, our county affairs; and tho way to have this is to select men of the character of Paul Compton. Does the Tiull Moose party in this county intend to sutler tho Republican politicians at Hardinsburg to dictate a ticket in the coming county election, and then put it under tho emblem of the Log Cabin, and thus swallow them up cake, bakery and all? If so, thoy had as well surrender all hopes of future ambition and party achievement right now. Appoint our Trust Comyuny us your uecnts; wo can attend to your affairs al or a part of tlium. wlillo you are ALIVK. Aliiko us tlio Executors of your will! wo o.ii attend to our business, una uttenil to It right, utter you are DEAD. Ourwp- portunlllfKfor liivfstment arocreuter tlian those of n private Individual. Yd affairs w II ! looktd after better and cheuptr by our Trust Company than byi Individual; besides, the individual whom you may appoint might din. COM El let us explain what we can do for you. YOU will do business with us- - wAat wozie become afx Jfoitr chidren 9 Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR libAst -- - - THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH AND CLOVERPORT1 Where there is a will there is a way. If the farmers along the Tho State Board of Health of Kentucky sends out an earnest pike will it they can have one of tho prettiest and best roads in tho for every town nnd community to have a systematic and thor- county. Cloverport and Hardinsburg will join in and help them. Lot ough clean-ucampaign. Dr. Richmond, a member of the Board, us get a move on ourselves and get tho ruts out of tho pike. will give a fiee lecture next Monday night at the Methodist church Two Evansvillo breweries sent a boat of supplies to tho Hood sufwhich will, no doubt, arouse public sentiment and get the city ofn ficials to designate a date for the purpose of getting tho town in order. ferers in Cannelton. Other supplies that Evansvillo sends to suffering than any Hood disaster could bring brings far more this river town. clean-uday as soon Mayor Barry says Cloverport shall have a as ho can got to it, and Councilman Ed Whitehead is heartily in faTwenty cents for roads and five cents for bridges was tho action vor of it. "If this matter wero left to the women," said tho Mayor, of tho Fiscal Court. Now let them cot a man who knows boraething "something would bo done, but ono cannot got tho men on the job." about buildirg roads to spend this money and wo may keep out of p Can-neltop THE BaNK 0f: HARDINSBURG tti i & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg Ky.l iornr rm iii'iiiiiww'iww iwmiwwmw 1 Chester Dare CHESTER DARE is a coal black stallion, without a blemish, good saddle and hard tho mud. The members of tho Stato Board of Health visiting the towns down the river, stopped at Cloverport Thuisday. They loft a fow And still thoy como and more to follow. This week wo announce Simons for tho Hood sufferers and somo barrels of Joe II. Mullen, of this city, for County Judgo, and A. D. Squires, of supplies with Dr. Cloverport suffered loos thun any town Ilarned, for Assessor, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. limo for sanitary purposes. on tho river, notwithstanding the water submerged tho city bridge. Judge Moorman, candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, is However, our town is tho best town, tho richest in natural resources, just home from a tour of tho counties. Like Roosevelt, ho. is "deo- and ono of tho highest elevation along the Ohio. lighted" with hn prospects. Compton, cashier of Tho Bank of llardinsburg & Trust Co , Paul Sond in a subscription for tho C. II. S. concrete walk fund. Every ono who climbed tho old hill should send in a dollar for old time's sake. U p 10 hands high and mh mil ness horso and and weighs 1,200. pounds. Ho will make t season of 1913 at Waggoner Bros', farm on tho pike between Hardinsburg and Cloverport. BROWN CREST (Bred by A. S. Edolen, Burgin, Ky.) 15 Isn't Air. Wilson making a good President. tho most nidical Republicans. No complaint from Tho Nows told you so. Therms : $10 to insuio a colt to stand and suck, colt is foaled or maro removed. Money duo when Reg. No. 'Atioi, A. S. II. Breeders Association, is a coal black stallion, yours old, 15$ hands high and woighs 875 pounds. Good saddle and Harness horso and goes four distinct gaits. No matter how old or ugly you get there will bo somo ono in tho world good enough to love andcaio for you. Tho gas man was ono of tho biggest losers during tho Hood, and everybody welcomed tho blue ilamo Friday. Tho railroad is tho. best friond tho farmer line. out it is planning to holp him. Top hogs $9.10. t WaLggorer Bros. The Telltale Tick of Time We have much for you under this heading, and will have to give it in small dosVs. Your appreciation of our k is evidenced by the rush of patronage that comes to us every day. We in turn acknowledge our appreciation by placing at your free use two remedies that w ill greatly assist in making barren mares breed, and carry their foals to full time, breed-stocto-wi- t: SPANISH BOY Jack, coal black with white points, good bono nnd muscle and is a good breeder. Tho above stock, will make tho season of 1913 at tho barn of Will Miller in is a well bred Spanish In season and Pretty good for Domociatic times. much in aiding conditions favorable maternity. These remedies prepared the old doctor will be supplied free our patrons with full directions, how use. Now patrons can have the treatu u Free sugar 1 Isn't that sweet? Brown Crest 10; Spanish Boy .$0 to insure a colt to suck. Money duo when colt is foaled or maro traded. Not respon sible for accidents but very careful to prevent them. TERMS: If place of any kindget full information of all available property by making use of The Breckenridge it's your ambition to own a farm or a country News Real Estate Ads. II. V. Harris was here last week looking after the real estate of Robert Exshaw. One of the bouses in Breckenridge Addition was told to Mr. Will Allen. Your druggUt will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fall to cure any caie of lubing, BHfld, MIliBg or Protruding I'ilr i 6 toli diri. The tint application givct Eat and Rut. fee. H. J. ROBERTS, Owner Hardinsburg, Ky. Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days at 2.50 per month per mare, full dlr tions with each treatment. Call the teutiou of neighbors whose mares breed, or that habitually abort to proposition, and it applies to cov well as mares. We are especially anxious to mares that have only been raising every second or third year. You all to gain and uotling to loose if Dr. Foote's "Aid to Conception" are our patron, and this propoeHfcui and his "Anti Abortient" Remedy nana 111 nami with our IS. I. A. merit. that they are 'infallible," but with the full knowledge tliat an old doctor's experience of a third of a ceutury is worth These are not offered with the claim Dr. P. W. Foil! Ky. k Subscribe today. Farm Twa Miles Sewth ( Irving!, . A .V. ft Brckcnridg New j(T 'WEDNESDAY, APR. 16, 1913 Ky Dwelling Houses 1 Intared at the Post Offllco at Oloverport, as second claM matter. FOR SALE! Ono residence in Gth street Two residences in 7th street One residence in Walnut Note Advertisers pleaso notify tho editor when you want advertisement discontinued. For Sale Miscellaneous Wi rx t s. j r L Sale-rD- uck The New Idea in Comfort A union suit with closed crotch. Think of it No more discomfort; no seam or opening through the crotch, but knitted, closed like a pair of drawers. A union suit that fits smoothly all over and is entirely comfortable at every point This is the new patented ll I I BQjQIKQI NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE will send LADIES! For 95c for Men's you. postpaid, shirts, makes bands collar (It perfectly. J, O. Nolto & llro., Clo- verport, Ky 8KNERAL. OFFICES street. Prices run (rem $400 up i'." Frank For Ejgs. POK SALE English Penciled Indian nor Duck Errs. II per setting. Ky. Mattlngly. Oloverport, For Sale Itun-- 1 Airs. IATES FOK POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS f $ 2.00 For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices I 6.00 Per State and District Offices 1 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line . For "All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Easy Payments Lumber. SALE Lumber. Can furnish a man FOR bill lie may want. Ohas. Tatellng, Tar Fork, Ky. For Sale Traction Engine Rumbly Engine. Splendid condition. Reason for selling am Installing gas engine Call or write Jas. J, Rurk, Cloverport. w I I I Household Goods and Two Good Horses For Sale Write at once to FOIt SALE-O- no , Wanted Old Rags. cents per It f It fill IV f1 I I fl V 1h " White Cat Union Suit with Klosed Krotch We shall be very glad to show it to you because we know it is the most satisfactory undergarment you can buy, I Vl MWL iLI Roscoe Laslie, Cloverport, Ky. rags. Prlco 3M VlANTED-O- ld TT pound at News ofllco. Pointer to April 16th Ad. a twin sister that stockmen can read about under the four T's. B. P. A. has J. C. VS' iW Om NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. K sA B rH ! LOCAL BREVITIES Report of the Condition of The Bank of Cloverport C. Vic Robertson was in Louisville Thursday. Mrs. Jas. Sahli is visiting relatives in Owensboro. Miss Martfia Willis went to Louisville last week. Mr. Leon McGavock was in Louis-yilllast week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Seaton went to Louisville Monday. Chas. Tabeling went to Tell City Friday to sell lumber. M. Weatherholt.hiade a business trip to Glen Dean Monday. Mrs. Roscoe Lasloy went to CUster Monday to visit relatives. Vacuum cleaner for rent 20 cents an hour. Mrs. Robert Polk. T. G. Slaughter and J. W. Slaughter went to Hawesville Friday. Hear Dr. Richmond's Stereopticon lecture Monday night, April 21. Brabandt, the photographer, will be in Hardinsburg April 18 and lg. Mrs. Walter Graham and Mrs. Raymond May are in Louisville this week. Mr. Weber, of Louisville, was the giest of Miss Kathrine Moorman Sunday. i James Hendrlck went to Hardinsburg son, Calvin Hen- Monday to visit-hie ANNOUNCEMENTS y Clerk of Hreckenrldgo county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party In Primary Election August 2. Wo Doing business nt the town of Cloverport, county of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on April 4, 1013. RESOURCES.- Sl -- 25- To s Louisville and Return viaaro authorized to announco VIU. UUIIKUTSUft. of Glen Denu. ns n candldato for County Clerk, of Hreckenrldge county subject Court to the action of the Democratic party. Pri- JI3, 505 21 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un130 03 c secured For The Stale Senale Stocks, Bonds andotht-- se- Wo uru authorized to announce G0OO surities JESSB WIIITWOUTH, ". 20,385 03 Due from Banks ns a State 0,16132 of Hardinsburg, to thocandidateoffor thoDemoCash on hand subjert thn action 18 M9 Senuto. party, I'rltnarv election AiiRiistS. Checks and other cash items. cratic Banking House,. Furniture & r L., H. &: ST. L. R. R. Fixtures.- - 1,347 53 13S 12 We aro nuUiorl.ed to announce I J. Other Assets not included under any of abqve heads.. O. OKAY, mary election August 2. We $71,752 Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stockpain in, in cash. $15, 000 2 366 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less ex562 penses and taxes paid Deposits subject ' $32,529 O4 to check Time Deposits. 21,232 45 Cashier's checks 83 of Mcadocounty, as a candidate for tho State senate, suujert, to tlio action or tno uomo-cratl- c party, Primary election August 2. For Representative are authorized to announco W. T. GREGORY, Jr. of Garfield, as a candidate for County Clerk. subject to the action of tlio Democratic party Sunday, Apr. 27 Train Leaves Cloverport 7:09 a. m. returning Leaves Louisville 8:30 p. in. Tickets Good on are authorized to announce 00 THE HON. O. II. SEVERS, 00 of Cloverport, us a candidate for of IireckenridRo county, subject to 97 the action of tho Democratic Party, Primary election Aug. 2. We Kepre-cn-tutl- Primary election August 2. For Sheriff are authorized to announco FRANK DeIIAVEN, of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of Hreckenrldge county, subject to tlio action of tho Democratic party In Primary Election August 2. Wo are authorized to announco PINLEY MILLER. of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of Hrecklnrldgo county subject to the action of tlio Democratic party. Primary election Aug. Wo outstanding.. 62 37 53 823 86 s cVtfck. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weise, Rome. ,, were here last week visiting rel ives. (The Ladies Reading Club meets ' mrsday afternoon with Mrs. James ague Mr. and Mrs. Frank English and daughter, Llda May, spent Saturday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fallon and baby, of Elmltch, were guests of their mother, ' Mrs. Fallon. Miss Minnie Simons left Monday Mrs. W. II. Thurman was a pleasant morning for Denver, Colorado, to keep t visitor to The Breckenrldge News of- house for her brother, Mr. 'Alvin Siflee Thursday. mons, and children. .J Mrs. Lucy Younger and grand T.l.a At'KMnail .1. nv.. aaugiuer, liuuuia, loiuiutu iu .1 . . $71 752 83 Total of Kentucky State County of Breckenridge Set. We, A. A. Simons and Paul Lewis, For .Jailor President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that AVo uro authorized to announco the above statement is true to the best ROE HOOK. of our knowledge and belief. For Circuit Judge of Hardinsburg. us a candidate for Jailor of A. A. Simons, President. Hreckenrldgo countv. subject to the action We are authorlacd to announce Paul Lewis, Cashier. of tl i! Dem'Witsj In Primary Election, Aug. 2. J. It. LAYMAN, Subscribed and sworn to before me of Kliznbcthtown, usu fur Circuit Wo aro authorized to announce this 12th day of April 1913. .iuciEo.,1 1 tno .Ninth Judicial msirict, sunjit G. W. MILLER, Correct Attest: to thu action of the Democratic party In the Primary election August 2. Ray Lewis Pleyser, of Kirk, as ti candldato for Jailor of Ilreck-enrldge county subject to the. action of tiio Notary Public. Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. For County Judge. My commission expires March 15, Wo aro Authorized to announco or at the end of the next session lall, We lire authorized to announce of the Senate. TIDE IIENDRICK, J. M. MULLEN, us u candldato for Jailor of Hreckenrldge of Oloveport, us a candidate for County couuty subject to tho action of the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Freeman and Judge of Hreckenrldgo subject to tlio aetlon tic party ut the August Primary. Democraof tlio Democratic puny, primary election. children, of Evansville, returned home August 2 We are authorized to announce yesterday after a visit to her parents, We uro authorized to announce J. M. LEWIS, Mr. and Mrs. Hill. JAS. M. WITHERS, of Hardinsburg, ns candidate for Jailor, 11 candidate for County Judge, of action of Hreckenrldgo count., subjictto the action subject to tho Primary. tho Democrat party In tlio August of the Democratic Party, Primary election of Ivlrlc. as Aug 2. ' 11 are authorized to announco PJESSE II. MILLER, of Sample. is a catidlduto for Representative of Hreckenrldgo county, subject to tho act-Io- n of tho Democratic party, Primary election August 2nd. We are authorized to announce MOORMAN DITTO, of Glen Dean, as u candidate for Representative of BreckertrldKe county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party in Primary Election August 2. Wo Special Train Only For Further Information "ASK THE AGENT" SPRING 1 Millinery Opening I HP f L 1 Robert Andrew Datigherty is the T.AI11C. jjuuiname of the splendid little son who arThursday vllle rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ArTaylor Dowell.of Irvington, was here thur Daugherty last week. 1 ucsuay anu uougm a unc snuoic uuioc from Dr jucuonaui. Mrs. Lucy Temple has returned to Suffered Twenty-On- e Years her homo in Owensboro after spending the winter in Florida. Finally Found Relief Ike Levitz, of Lewisport, has gone to Metropolis, 111., uo open a Men's Furniture Establishment. years Having suffered for twenty-on- e A sow and 10 pigs sold at the Dowell sale last week brought. $76; corn 76 with a pain in my side, I finally have found relief in Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. cents, and a milch cow, 560. The physicians called It "MothMiss Louise Moorman, Glen Dean, er's Pain" and injections of morphine nnrl MUs Frances Moorman. Falls of were my only relief for of liough, were in Louisville Thursday. time. I became so sick that I had to Remember, that V. G. Babbage undergo a surgical operation in New all deeds mortgages, and con Orleans, which benefited me for two tracts, and taKes acKnowieagmems 10 Wears.- - When the same pain came back same. one day 1 was so sick mat 1 gave up Mr. and Mrs. John Leitch and son, hopes of living. A fjriend advised me and I at once John Leitch, Jr., of Pittsburg, have to tryyour Swafmp-Roo- t been spending several days in Detroit commenced using it. The first bottle and Buffalo. did me so much good that I purchased two niorevbottles. I am now on my second bottle and am feeling like a new woman. I passed a gravel stone as large as a big red bean and several small ones. I have not had the least feeling of Dain since taking your Swamp-Roo- t and I feel it my duty to recommend this great medicine to all suffering humanity, Gratefully yours, MRS JOSEPH CONSTANCK, Avoyelles Pur. Marksvllle. La Personally appeared before me, the 15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph Constance, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the sume Is true in substance and in fact. Wm. Mokuow, Notary Public. ALL KINDS OF WORK known to modern Dentistry is done Letters to Dr. Kilmer & Co. here. Whatever is best fitted to your lilnithaniton.N. Y. case and pocket book will be explained to you. Whetfier Will Do For You Prove What Swamp-Roo- t .1 short-periods CALVIN IIENDRICK. Jit., New Hethcl, as a candldato for Jailor, of Stnphensport, usu candidate for Couuty of subject to tlio action of th- Democratic PriJudge of Hreckenrldgo county, subject to mary Election August 2. 11)13. - Wo aro authorized to announco SAM H. DIX, Wo uro authorized to announco April S9'13l 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. ml Ml M fig tho actum of tho Democratic party. Primary election August 2nd AVo aro authorized to announco DR. It. T. DEMPSTER, of Glen Dean, as a candidate for County Judge of Rreckonsldge county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Primary elect'on, August 2nd. Wo aro authorized to announco 1 Wo aro authorized to announco DR. C. C. AHD. M Wl of Hardinsburg. as a candldato for Jailor of Hreckenrldgo county, subject t tlio action of the Democratic party In Primary Election H H M IMI Is M esj August 2. For Assessor Wo MIKE MILLER, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County Judgo of Hreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Dnmocratli: party. Primary election August 2. We aro authorized to announco HOOK. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Countv Judgo of llrockenrl' go county subject to thu aro authorized to announce 11 ANDREW II. SQUIRES of Darned, as candidate for Assessor 2nd. Hreckenrldgo comity subject to the action of tlio Democratic party, primary election Aug. Wo uro of Our different lines in Men's and Ladies' authorized to announce TAYLOR TATE, acnun 01 mo ucmocruuo party, rricuury oi Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Assessor election August 2. of Hreckenrldge county, subject lo the action of the Democratic party In Primary Election Wo aro authorized to announce August 2. . W.C MOORMAN, of Ulen Dean, as a candidate for Countv Wo uro authorized to announco .Judge of Hreckenrldgo county subject to the JOHN W. KENNEDY. actional tho Democratic party. Primary election August 2. of Harced, us a randtdato for Assessor of llrccldnrlddo county subject to the action of For County Attorney tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug , We uro authorized to uuuounco V. a. HAHBAGK, For Superintendent Public Schools of Oloverport, ns a candidate for Couuty Attorney of Hreckenrldgo county, 'subject to tho action of thn Democratic party, 1'rlmnrv Wo uro Authorized ts announco election August 2nd J. W. TRENT, Wo aro authorized to announco of Custer, us 11 candidate for Superintendent JODUE II. O. MURRAY. of Public Schools of Hrecklnrldgo county subof Hardinsburg. an a candidate for Countv ject to tho action of tlio Democratic party In Attorney, subject to tho action of tlio Derro- - Primary election August 2. cruuu party ut me August rrinriry. We aro autho-lze- d to announce For County Court Clerk II. A. ATER, of Stephcusport. us a candldato for Superln-bundeWe are authorized to announco of Public Schoo s of Hreckenrldgo JOHN E. MONARCH, county, subject to tho action of the Demoof Kirk, an u candidate for County Court cratic party In Primary election August 2nd, " : J.J Furnishings are complete for Spring styles I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. General Merchandise BULLS FOR SALE! quick. Also ono pair grey We have 13 Shorthorn and Polled Durham bulls for sale Will be piked low to move them mules and Pol ind China gilts. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Elmo, Glen Dean, Ky, ut Saturdayto their home at St Cal. Henry ville the guest of Mrs. David V. She was accompanied by Mrs. II. D. Ross, who has returned home, Contractor and Builder. Accidents will happen, but the best Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Phono regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Kstinmtes furnished for all kinds of work, Write or phone me at Cloverport. Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. Fair-lelg- h. 22-- Y G. Yeager Dr. Mr. and Mrs Richard Whltehouse, RESIDENT whose homo was flooded at West Point, have been staying at the home of Mrs. Cloverport, Ky. C M. McGlothlan during the high PHONE No. 2-- Jesse Baucum Dentist R water. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread ou.of Perfection Self Rising Flour. Try it. W. C. Moorman and sister, Miss Sal. (le Moorman, came from Louisville Thursday, Miss Sallle Is, very much Improved in health. She came to see her mather, Mrs. Amanda Moorman, wnoWUl. O III co Opposite Gibson's Drug Htcro CROWN OR PLATE WORK r you may ' feel confident of the best possible grade at lowest prices which work can be done for. rat-cla- ss . W. A. WALKER. rtartHHtfettrg, ever itekcry Dentist Ky. OMt Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Biugham-ton- , N. Y,, for a sample bottle. 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 Breckenridge News, Cloyerpcrt, Ky. t and Regular slie bottles for sale at all drug stores'. fifty-cenone-doll- Misses 'Eva and Edith Plank returned home from Louisville Saturday night after being the guests of Miss Jennie Adv. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Mabel Harris for three weeks. Mrs. II. 13, Ahlers and little daughter, Kdna, who have been visiting her Mrs, Alice Blum and daughter, Miss father, Mr. J. L. Newton, returned to May Blum, who have been visiting Mrs. their home in St. Louis lost week. Mr. John D, Babbage Is in Louis Waldo Simons at Toblnsport, returned Etila, J. U. and. Lucy May Jackson went to Kvansvllle Saturday to see their father, M, C. Jackson, they were accompanied by their uncle, I'M Jack-so- u. Dentist Kentucky Irvington, Subscribe Right Now M Gome One! Gome all! let me look after your.... City?" 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They had succeeded in isolating themselves galupon the lery at tho rear of tho house, and the conversation had been largely of athletics, but this, Judging from tho rapt expression of tho girl, was a subject of surpassing interest. Speed, quick to take a cue, plunged on. "I would havo made tho Varsity basket-bal- l team myself if I hadn't been so tiny," said Helen. "I havo always wanted to bo tall, like Roberta." "I shouldn't caro for that," said tho young man. "You know sho was a wonderful player?" "So I've heard." "Do you know," mused Helen, "I havo never forgotten what you told me that first day wo met. About your friendship for Mr. Covington. I think it Is very unselfish of you." "Oh, I wouldn't say that," ventured the young man, vainly racking his brain. "Nobody could help liking Culver." "Yes; but how many men would step aside and let their best friend win prlzo after prize and never undertake to compete against him?" Speed blushed faintly, as any modest man might have done. "Did I tell you that?" he inquired. "Indeed you did." "Then please don't speak of It to a mortal soul. I must havo said a great deal that first day, of it, and I said "But I have I thought It was fine of you." "You have spoken of it?" "Yes; I told Jean." Tho Yale man undertook to chango the conversation abruptly, but Miss Blake was a determined young lady. Sho continued: "Of course, It was very magnanimous of you to always step aside In favor of your best friend; but it isn't fair to yourself It really isn't. And so I have arranged a llttlo plan whereby you can do something to provo your prowess, and still not Interfere with Mr. Covington in the least." Speed cleared his throat nervously. "Tell me," he said, "what ft Is." And Miss Blake told him the story of tho shocking treachery of Humpy Joe, together with the miserable undoing of tho Flying Heart. "Why, thoso poor fellows aro sho concluded. "Their despair over losing that would bo If It were not so tragic. I told them you would win It back for them. And you will, won't you? Please!" She turned her blue eyes upon him appeallngly, and tho young man was lost. "I'll take ten chances," he said. "Where does tho raffle como off?" "Oh, It Isn't a raffle, it's a You must run with that Centipede vine-shaded j spo-:e- n but" j came Tno loquacious foreman promptly to the rescue, rejoicing in an opportunity of displaying his oratorical gifts. "Then 111 mako you acquainted with the best brandln outfit in theso parts Ho waved a long, bony arm at the Mexican, who flashed his white teeth. "ThlB Greaser Is Aurello Maria Cararn. Need I say he's Mex, and a preemeer roper?" Carara bowed, and swept tho ground with his . "Tho Maduro gent yonder is Mr. Cloudy. His mother being a Navajo squaw, named him accordln' to tho rights and customs of her tribe, selecting the title of which same has proved a misnomer, him bein' a pessimist for fair." Miss Blake and her companion smiled and nodded, at which Stover, encouraged beyond measure, elaborated. "He's had a hlsfry, too. When he renches man's. tho Injun agent ropes, throws, and him. then sends him east to be cultivated He spends four years klckln' a football " Speed Interrupted, with an exclamation of genuine Interest.' "Oh, It's true as gospel," the foreman averred. "When ho goes lame In his off leg they ship him back, and in spite of them handicaps he has be- como ono rustlln' savage at a round up." "What collego did you attend?" Inquired Speed, politely. The question fell upon unresponsive ears. Cloudy did not stir nor alter the d.,ect!on of his sombro glance. "He-dotalk none," Stover explained. "Conversation, which I esteem in a gift devlne, Is a lost art with him.' I reckon ho don't average a word a week. What language he did know he has forgot, and what ho ain't forgot ho distrusts." Turning to the man who had been staring at the collego youth meanwhile, the spokesman took a deep breath, and said, simply yet proudly, as if describing the pleco de resistance of this exhibition: gent la Willie, plain "The Willie, a born range rider, and the best hip shot this sldo of the Santa Fo high-peaked head-piece- "Take It from me, ske did, and you've missed a heap." "You bet," Stover agreed, in , a ' hushed, awed tone. "Well, you muBt havo heard Missus Heleney Moray in Tho Baggago Coach Ahead?" queried tho scholarly llttld man. At mention of his beloved clas-plCarara, tho Mexican, murmured, 80f"" "Ah I Tho Baggage Car To'adora Moral God bless 'erl" "I must confess I've nover had the pleasure," said Speed, whereupon the speaker regarded him pityingly, and Stover, JealouB that bo much of tho conversation had escaped him, inquired: "Can it be that you never heard that monologue, Silas on Fifth Avenoo?" Again Speed shook his head. As If tho very memory were hilariously funny, Still Bill's shoulders heaved, and stifled laughter caused his Adam's apple to race up and down his leathern throat. Swallowing hiB merriment at length, ho recited, In a choking voice, ns follows: "Silas goes up Fifth Avenoo and climbs into a bus. There is a girl eettin' opposite. Ho says, 'The girl opened her valise, c. .1 '") 4 For Walls PEE-GE- E Ut 'HJnV,MMvrtTrTiiHH For Ceilings FLATKOATT leaa-and-o- ll paints, expensive than wall paper, kalsomlne, or any other wall flniah your town for 'Modern Method of Finhhing Aak our dealer In Wnlli " our handsome book, with color sohemee and helpful The rjlain directions on each can inane t'tt-ut- e riainoau ouny tu upviy with perfect buocobb. Durable, Flat Finish The Sanitary,hvgltntc. more tathtactory Oilevery way and in more Mora arttttlc. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Co. znv iKconroiuTED Louisville, Ky. 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"I told tho boys what you said, miss, and we four has come as a delegation to find out If It goes." "Mr. Speed and I wero Just talking about it when you came," said Helen. "I'm sure he will consent If you add your entreaties to mine." "It would sure be a favor," said tho at which the others drew nearer, as If hanging on Speed's answer. Even Cloudy turned his black eyes upon tho young man. gazo The object of their shifted his feet uncomfortably and felt minded to flee, but the situation would not permit of it. Besides, the affair interested him. His mind was working rapidly, albeit his words wero hesitating. "But I'm not in condition," objected tho youth. "Mr. Glass said you was never better than you aro right now. Anyhow, you don't havo tr bust no records to beat this cook. He ain't so fast." act "It would sure be a if you'd do it for us," said tho llttlo man In his high, boyish volco. It was a shock to discover that ho spoke in a hollow-chestethin-facebook-raised I broken-hearted,- " talklng-machln- o foot-rac- cow-ma- cook." Notice That resolutions of respect aro published at 51 cents per lin do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. Plpui-o "I! Run a race!" exclaimed tho young collego man, aghast. "Yes, I've promised that you would. You see, this Isn't like a college event, and Culver isn't here yet." "But he'll bo here In a day or so." Speed felt as if a very largo man wero choking him; ho decided his collar wbb too tight. "Oh. I've talked it all over with Jean. Sho doesn't want Culver to run, anyhow." "Why not?" inquired he, suspiciously. Notice to Tnose Who Write For The Breckenridge News Persons who (.end hi tides to the Hreukemidge News, kindly take pains to make them plain and on paper of reasonable size, Wrapping paper is not convenient to handle on n type case or detk. Always sign name. Losses In the Manure. through careless handling. Tho straw should bo returned to tho land that produced It, and there is no way of doing th(s that is so good as In tho shape of bedding used generously for tho definite purpose of absorbing tho liquid manures. The soil Is in great need of thoso two and the good farm manager will see to it that both aro returned to it with as little lose aa possible. Tbe Old Standard g4ienl ttrentbeHlag taie, GKOVJE'S TAlTKLESS cbUl TONIC, drlrt eut Malaria ami LmMJi vp tbe ayttcm. A true testa ami sure Appetuer. Fit adult and cbUUrea. He, Ono of tho big leaks on innay farms which ao liable to bo short from tho standpoint of both soli hamus and fertility is In tho loss of a largo per cent of tho value of tho liquid manures For WeakHMi and Loss of Appetite "I don't know, I'm sure." "If Miss Chapln doesn't want Culver to run, you surely wouldn't want mo to." "Not at all. If Mr. Covington know tho facts of tho case, ho would bo only too happy to do It. And, you seo, you know tho facts." Speed was about to shape a graclouB but firm refusal of the proffered honor when Still Bill Stover appeared at tho steps, doffed his faded Stetson, and bowed limply. "Mornln', Miss Blake." To tho rear Speed Baw threo other men n Indian, tall, swart, and saturnine, who walked with a limp; a picturesque Mexican with a spangled hat and Bpurs, evidently the captor of Lawrence Glass on the ovenlng previous; and an undersized llttlo man spectacles and a with holster from which . peeped a All wero smiling pleasantly, and seemed a bit abashed "Good mornl'ig. 'r Stover" saTd 'T-- ' la Mr Speed tlelon p'pt" nt vPHtrdny." Stover bowed again and mumbled something about tho honor of this meeting, and Miss Blako cast her eyes over the other members of tho group, saying, graciously: "I'm afraid can't introduce your friends; I haven't M.,,kf" thlck-rimmeg kind-hearte- d d heavy-hangin- gun-butt- Felt as If a Large Man Was Choking Him. r - dialect. "There's a heap of sentiment connected with this affair. You see, outside of being a tirize that we wna took out her purse, closed her valise, opened her purse, took out a dime, closed her purse, opened her valise, put In her purse, closed her valise, handed tho dime to tho conductor, got a nlckle In change, opened her valise, took out her purse, closed her valise, opened her purse ' " At this point the speaker fell Into ungovernable hysteria and exploded, rocking back and forth, slapping his thighs and hiccoughing with enjoyment. Willie followed him, as did Carara. Even Cloudy showed hts t6eth, and the two youlig people on the porch found themselves Joining in from infection It was patent that hero lay some subtle humor sufficient to convulse the Far Western nature beyond all reason; for Stover essayed repeatedly to check his laughter before gasp-Infinaiiy: I never can get "Gosh 'lmighty! past that place. He! He! He! Whoo-hoo- ! That's suro ridlc'loua, for fair." Ho wiped his eyes with tho back of a hand, and his framo was racked with barking coughs. "I know the whole blame thing by heart, but I can't recite It to you. I bog down right there. Seems like some folks is the darndest fools!" "You see what tho phonograph means to theso gentlemen," said Miss Blake. "I think it's a crying shame that they were cheated out of it, don't you?" Speed began to outllno a plan hastily in his mind. "I assured them that you would win it back for them, and " "Wo suro hope you will," said Willie, earnestly. "Amen!" breathed tho lanky foreman, his checks still wet from his tears of laughter, but his faco drawn Into lines of eagerness. "Please!. For my sake!" urged Helen, placing a gentlo llttlo hand upon her companion's arm. Speed closed his eyes, so to speak, and leaped in tho drrk. "All right, I'll do it!" "Yow-eo!yelled Stover. "Wo know you would!" Willie wbb beaming through his glasses, while both Carara and Cloudy showed their heart-fel- t gratitude. "Thank you, Miss Blako. Now we'll show up that shave tail Centipede crowd for what It 1b." "Walt!" Speed checked tho outburst. "I'll consent upon conditions, I'll run, provided you can arrango the raco for an 'unknown. " "What does that mean?" Helen asked. "It means that I don't want my namo known in the matter. Instead ol arranging for Mr. to run a raco with J. W. Speed, he must agree to compote against a representative of tho Flying Heart ranch, namo unknown." "I doa't think that is fair!" cried the girl. "Think of tho honor." "Yes, but I'm an amateur. I'd lose my standing." "That goes for us," said Stovor. "We don't caro what namo you run undor. We'll frame tho race. Lordyi but this is a glorious event." "Wo can't thank you enough," Willie piped. "You're a true sport, Mr, Speed, and we aim to see that you don't get the worst of it in no way. This here race is goln' to be on the d Louisville's Most Modem Hotel i.i Louisville, Here in the newest and most beautiful ' tv. 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Ho will roply: 4 Protects tho home 1 Soils my products 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets the best prices 6 Increases profit 3 Brings supplies 7 Puys for itself over and ovor Soven cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested and sa4 today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co, muorperaivu.j Coatlnued oe Page 7 Try a News Want Ad, J j Going J Some A Romance ' of Strenuoua Affection Bp REX BEA CH by the Play by Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong Illustrated by Edgar Bert Smith Sutfjrested Coprrlght, 1M0, by liarpcr JJrotliort Continued from pajje 6 (Bquaro you near mo mucin . ino this tlmo." Unconsdounly ttae apeaker'a hand strnyed to tho gun jlat his belt, whllo hla smllo was grim. , 'Speed started. "What day shall wo Bet?" Inquired Stover. Wally rapidly calculated tho dato of. iCuler'a arrival, and Bald: rA. week from Saturday." Coving-toi- l would soon bo en route, and "was due to arrlvo a fow days thereafter. "Ono week from Saturday goca," announced Stover, "and wo thank you lagaln." Turning to Carara, ho direct-(ed- : "Ropo your buckskin, and hike for tho Centipede. Tell 'em to their coin. I'll draw a month's wages In advanco for every on tho Flying Heart, and we'll ar range details tonight." "SI," agreed Carara. "I go." "And don't waste no tlmo neither," directed Wllllo. "You tear llko a Jackrabblt ahead of a hot wind." Carara tossed his clgaretto aside, and tho sound of his spurs was lost around tho corner of the house. "This makes a boy of me," tho last speaker continued. "I can hear tho plaintiff notes of Madam-o-sellMelby once again." er startled amazement. "Then It's true? I guess this climate la too much for you," ho said. "When did you feel this comln on?" Speed laughed. "I know what I'm doing." With an effort at restraint, tho trainer Inquired: "Whnt's the idea?" "I'll tell you how It camo up, Larry. I I'm very fond of Miss Dlako. That's why I broko tho record getting out here as soon as I was Invited. Well, she believes, from something I said ono of those odd moments, you know that I'm n great athleto, and bIio told those cowboys that I'd gladly put on my spiked shoes nnd carry their colors to victory. You'vo heard about tho phonograph?" Dlass smiled wearily. "I can't hear nothing else. The gang Is daffy on grand opera." "When I was accused of being an athlete I couldn't deny it, could I?" "I see. You was strlngln' tho gal, and she called you, eh?" "I wouldn't express It in qulto those terms. I may have exaggerated my abilities slightly." Glass laughed. "Sho Is such a great admirer of athletics, it was quite natural. Any man would have done the same. She got mo committed in front of the cowboys, and I had to accept or bo a quitter." Glass nodded appreciatively. "All tho same," said ho, "you'vo got moro nervo than a burglar. 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Brown (who Is quite a f armor) sav that ho had never lost n hog from cholera and tint his remedy nlways was a t.iblospoonfnl of Sloan's Liniment In n gallon of slops, decreasing thedoso as tho animal Improved. Last month Gov. Brown nnd myself Collego wero at tho Agricultural building and In tho discussion of the ravages of tho disease, Gov. llrown cavo tho remedy named as unfailing." SAVAJWAU DAII.Y Sti "Nix, Now! What Every Candidate Must Have To Win! Don't Kid Yourself Too Far. to Blde-step?- " "I made tho match for an 'unknown.' " Speed winked. "Covington will bo hero in a day or two. I'll wire I him to hurry up. Fortunately brought a lot of athletic clothes with me, so I'll go Into training under your direction. When Covington gets hero I'll let him run." Tho fat man sighed with relief. "Now I'm hep. I was afraid you'd try to go through with it. You had mo wingln' for a while, but I plugged your game with tho cowboys. Pawnee Bill and his Congress of Rough Riders think you're a cyclone.' ' "It's the first chance I ever had to " Onsr.uvrn." News. At All Dealers. 25c.,GOc.& 81.00. Sloan's rioo on Hows, Cattle, Uogs and 1'ouUry sent free. Addross Br. Earl 8. Sloan, Boston. a CHAPTER V. engrossed with Miss Blake, signaled him from and afar; but the young man Ignored the signal, and the trainer strolled up to the steps. "Hello, Larry! What's on your mind?" Inquired Speed. "I'd like to see you." Glass, clad in his sportiest garments, seemed utterly lacking in the proper appreciation of, a valet's position. He treated his employer with a tolerant las Blake excused herself and .t into the house, whereupon her anion showed his Irritation. "See Larry, don't you know better to Interrupt me In the midst of a ock talk7" h, that's all right," wheezed the er. "As long as you didn't spill out, she'll be back." "Well, what is It?" slipped to I had a stomach-lauge just now." He began to shake. e to "So you broke up my tell me a funny story?" "Listen here. These cowboys have cot you touted for a This time Glass laughed aloud, hoarsely. They have framed a race with a hny down the block." "All right, I'll run." Mr. Glass's face abruptly fell into olemn lines. "Quit your Uiddln', Wally; you couldn't run a hundred ards In twenty minutes. These guys are on the level. They've sent General Garcia over to cook It" "Yes. The race comes off in ten days." Glass allowed his mouth to drop good-naturh I ARRY GLASS discovered his protege on the rear porch mass broke out, in Husky Indignation: "Sure! Get a rep, Cull, get a rep!" Then to his employer: "Como on, Wally, you'vo got to warm up." He mounted the steps heavily with his protege. When they had gone, Miss Blake clapped her hands. "I'm so excited!" she exclaimed. Oh, "You see. It's all my doings! how I adore athletes!" "Most young girls do," Fresno smiled, sourly. "My taste runs moro to music." After a moment's meditation, he observed: "Speed doesn't look liko a sprinter to me. I I'll wager he cant' do a hundred yards In fifteen-two.- " '"Fifteen-two Is two-fifth- cribbage," said s "You're a True Sport." wear that silk running-sui- t Who knows, maybe I can run!" "Nix, now! Don't kid yourself too far. This thing is funny enough as it tete-a-tet- foot-runner- ." Indigestion causes nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds, of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try 262 it looks like a Joke to you, but it doesn't to me, Larry. If I don't marry that girl, I I'll go off my balance, that's all, and I'm not going to overlook any advantage whatever. Fresno sings love songs, and he's got a mint of money. Well, I'm going to work this athletic pose to death. I'm going into training, I'm go- ' ing to talk, eat, sleep, live athletics ror a weeK, ana wnen I'm unexpected-lcrippled on tho eve of tho race, it is going to' break my heart. Understand! I am going to bo so desperately disappointed that I'll have to choose between suicide and marriage. The way I feel now, I think I'll choose marriage. But you must help." "Leave It to me, Bo!" From Inside the house camo the strains of Dearie, sung In a sympathetic tenor, and upon tho conclusion Berkeley Fresno's volco inquiring: "Miss Blake, did I over tell you about tho tlmo I sang Dearie to tho mayor's daughter In Walla Walla?" Miss Blake appeared on tlfo gallery with her musical admirer at her. ely Btands." "Oh, I dare say bow. "Yes," said she, sweetly. "You told stomach, heartburn, nervousness, sour mo all about tho mayor's The (If Oil! s Black-Draug- ht the old, reliable, vegetable1 liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Laratnorc, of Mrs. Rile Ooodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspen-i- a and heartburn. Thedforu's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana row I can eat without Litres." Try it. Black-Draught, Insist on Thedford's week ago." Then spying Speed and his companion, she exclaimed: "Mr. Fresno has a fine voice, hasn't ho? Ho Blngs with the Standard Gleo Club." "Indeed." "Suro!" Tho Native Son of tho Golden West shook uu a hammock-cushio- n for tho girl. "Tenor!" said ho, sententlously. "Sny no more," Speed remarked; "it's all right with us!" Fresno looked up. "What's wrong with my singing?" "Oh, I'vo Just told tho girl3 that you'ro going to run that foot race," Helen interposed, hurriedly, at which Fresno exploded. "What's wrong with my running?" Inquired Speed. "I can beat you!" Larry Glass nudged his employer openly, and seemed on tho verge of hyBterla. "Let him go," Bald ho. "Let him go; he's funny." Speed addressed Helen, with a magnanimous smile: "Suppose we allow Froz to sing this foot race? We'll pull it off In tho v treble cloff." "Ph. I moan it!" maintained tho tenor, stubbornly. "I don't want to run Skinner, the coqk, but I'll run you to see who does meet him." Speed shrugged his shoulders indulgently. "I'm afraid you're a little overweight." "I'll train down." "Perhaps if yeu wait until I boat this eeok. I'll take you oh " daughter a Miss Blake. "Fifteen and seconds is what I mean." "Is that fast?" Fresno smiled, indulgently this time. "Jean'B friend Covington can go the distance in nine and seconds. He's a real sprinter. I think this fellow is a Joke." "Indeed he is not! If Mr. Covington can run as fast as that, Mr. Speed can run faster. Ho told me so." "Oh!" Fresno looked at her curiously. "The world's record is 'nine and that's the limit of human endurance." "I hope ho doesn't injure himself," breathed tho girl, and the tenor wandered away, disgusted beyond measure. When he was out of hearing he remarked, aloud: "I'll bet ho runs so slow we'll have to wind a on him. Any-- , how, I think I'll find ou something more about this race." Once hi his room, Mr. J. Walling-forSpeed mado a search for writing materials, while Larry Glass overhauled a trunk filled with athletic clothing of various descriptions. There rowing-suits- , basewere runnlng-eults- , ball and football suits, sweaters, Jerseys, and bath robes all of which were new and unstained. At tho bottom Glass discovered a box full of bronze and near-golemblems. "Here's your medals," said ho. "Good! I'll wear them." "Nix! You can't do that. Those gals will get wise." Ho selected ono, and read on tho rcverso side, "Clerk of tho courso;" another was engraved "Starter." All wore official badges of somo sort or other. "You always were strong on tho 'Reception Committee' stuff. Thero's six of them," Bald ho. Spoed pointed to tho bureau. . "Try a Seo if you can't scratch off tho lettering. How's this?" Ho read what ho had written for the wire. '"Culver Covington, and so forth. Como quick. First train. Son making lovo to Jean. Wally.' Ton words, and It tells tho whole story. I can, hardly explain why I want him, can I? Ho expects to stop off in Omaha for a day or two, but he'll be under wny in an hour after ho gets this. I linto to spoil his llttlo visit, but ho can take- that in on his way homo. Now I'll ring for somebody, and havo this taken over to tho station by tho first wagon." "Say, you better scratch this Fresno," Bald Larry. "Why?" "He's hep to you." "Nonsense!" Glass looked up at a Bound, to discover Marledetta, the Mexican maid, who had come in answer to Speed's call. "In the doorway I" the trainer said, under his breath. "Pipe the Cuban Queen!" "You call?" inquired Marledetta of the younger man. "Yes, I want this telegram to go to the depot as soon as possible." four-fifth- s three-fifths; stop-watc- h d shoes, and pinned tho medals upon his chest. "How do I look?' 'ho queried. "Immense! If sho likes athletes, It's a for you." "Then glvo me tho bath robo with tho monogram We'll go out and trot around a llttlo." But his complacency received a shock ns he stepped out upon the veranda. Not only Helen Blake awaited him, but tho other girls as well, whllo out In front wero a dozen or moro cowboys whom Fresno had rallied. "Goin' to take a little run, eh?" inquired Stover. "Wo allowed we'd lay off a few minutes and watch you." "Thanks!" "Yes," Fresno spoko up. "I told tho boys we'd better hold a on you and see what shape you'ro In." "A said Glass, sharply. "Yes. I have one." "Not today," said Speed's trainer. "No!" he admonished, as his protege turned upon him. "Some other time, mebbo. You're Just off a long trip, and I can't risk gettln' you stovo up." "Tomorrow, perhaps," urged Fresno. "I wouldn't promise. "Then the next day. I've timed lots of men." The watch Is correct." "Let's seo it." Glass held out his hand. "Oh, it's a good watch. It cost me one hundred and twenty-fivdollars." As Glass reached for the timepiece an unfortunate accident occurred. Speed struck his elbow, and the watch fell. Fresno dove for It, then held it to his car and shook it. "You'vo broken It!" ho cried, accusingly. "Oh, I'm sorry! My fault," Speed apologized. "If It was your fault, maybe you'll fix It," suggested the tenor. "Gladly!" Speed turned to his trainer. "Buy a new alarm-clocfor our little friend." He stripped off his bath robe, and handed it to his trainer. "Is she looking at mo?" he whispered. "Both eyes, big as saucers." Speed settled his spikes into tho dirt as he had seen other sprinters do, set himself for an instant, then loped easily around tho bouso and out of sight. To tho cowboys this athletic panoply was vastly impressive. With hugo satisfaction they noticed tho sleeveless shirt, tho loose running-trunkand, above all,- tho generous display of medals. With a wild yell of delight they broko out upon the trail of their champion, only to have Glass thrust his corpulent body In their path. With an upflung arm ho stemmed tho tide. "It's no use, boys," ho cried.'ho's n mile away!" walk-nway Printed Cards for Personal Work Business Size An Poster Size baby-blu- o in your home paper. Announcements for County Offices $5 each. attractive announcement card 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. stop-watc- h stop-watch?- " For Particulars about Prices on Advertising and Printing write at once. 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 efficient newspaper service ask e THE BRECKENRIDGE Cloverporf, Ky. NEWS, k Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to make money is to buy land in OBreckenridge county. Western land bin had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for (good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridgo county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in tho last ton years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, write your ui nj an J tiddreasVid wo will koop j'ou in touch with our bargains. t f I i i s, I - d To be continued Look to Your Plumbing. You know what happens in a house In which the plumbing is in poor conditioneverybody in the house Is liable to contract typhoid orsome other fever The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human body as the plumbing doos for the house, nnd they should be kept in first cIhss condition all the time. If you have any trouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv Wanted Small Farms Wo havo a number of inquiries for small farms from fif) m mft acres, improved. If you have a simll farm well improved, good level una, list it witn us una wo win uo modest. No. 1. A Ids Acres. nall-lllo- Na-tlv- o - Acetylene and Gasoline. The flame of acetylene gas is intensely white, and when examined by tho spectroscope is found to resemble sunlight moro nearly than any other Its extreme artificial Hlumlnant. whiteness makes tho naked light somewhat trying to the eyes, but when tho light is softened by a suitable globe this objection is largely overcome. Whether this light or that produced by a gasolino vapor lamp is tho easier on tho oyes wo are not prepared to say, nor can we offer an opinion as to tho comparative cost of tho two systems of lighting. An acetylene gas plant is by no means difficult to operate, und when ordinary precautions are taken there is absolutely no danger. To Cure a Cold In One Day lake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinloc. It Kof tW Ceugfa aaii Httdacbe and werlt oil ibe Cold. DruatfUtji refund money if it falls to cure. . W. GH0V'S (Jguture oa utd be. Vc. route. Uood frame dwelling; a rooms und veranda; good barn SOxSo; tunuui house; U7ucres under ulow 100 acres grass; 25 nans In limber; null watered, cistern una ponds 3j to 10 bushels corn und J pounds tobacco tn acre. Uood clover land lays wavy to level location Ideal und In ono ot the best neighborhoods tn tho county, I'rlco Terms ou balance 1 1, -- 03; Sjcusli 300 ucroi 3 tulles from railroad, Mft MU. ) neursunipie;ouuuillofrombCtioo.- hou.e. acres; Mft K Uood Stockdwellings 153block well t improved Turin. bum. (J rows wheat, tobicco. corn, clover, uid grass. miles from Irvlugton, ou rural loutu Tills lund Is u llttlo rollliu' but does not wusli I'rlco right. Jno. 1), liubbuge, Ciororuort. ICy mile from Mft A Heautlfully located onopractically r ullvotowu. 100 ucres ml level lund, uulruprovoui good 'cueing, ldeul buot for dairy farm. I'rlco reusouublo. Write Jno. I) lUbbhgc, Olovcrport, Ky. H Dukes, acres located Mr plow unt. J cock county; near under Haacres TSucres timber i well watered; plenty of fruit; 0 room dwelling; barn JOt'H), iO ucres level, rest rolling. Uood lana for tubuceo. corn, wheut und clover. Ills a bargain at 11,600, 1500 cash, b.ilanco easy payments. Mft O 150 acres; mile easton Henderson u. y Uoute, 1 located of Lodlburg; 70 acres In pasture, 50 In timber; dwelling) good barn und well wutereu; nmo stouo luuu. rrico f 1,000 12J acres, and lavol Mft I 1 good barn;good lund cleared,land. well all located; 3 miles from Irvlngton. I'rlco 13,300 In a Mrt 1 9 aM acres lyingund bullvutleyi 8 room dwelling 2 tenant boue, law tobaccoschool, SK wiles South barn; M wile from well watered, t of Kirk. sprlBg Bear bars; o UuralUoute. -0 of Olen Nft I Dean; Fine Home Farm iw. xv ,ia 'itugood, willo Kistllmo htono strong 3 miles from Irvlngton,ou runil boll, watered by wells und springs, ou good " 1 county road, near good school and churches. New tob icco b mi eo i 1,200, 3 stock bums, good tenant luiisos, lino clover und grass lund. I'rlco SO, 100. Mft 11 m acres located Initio north ot TV. MeQuady i'rlco .',000. M cusU balance tu yearly payments. Mn ir.,vUO. ed, ono of it I1? ijthe -- JOucrehlH miles from Hurdlns-i- u. burg, couutybo.it: well Improvbest farms In tho county. I'rlco ; nu. lu. t nr... mv. ' Aeres.ono mile from Maruedt No. wuter ; 2 stock barns 80UO und 30xH. Two- story u,u,uf,, UMU kVUUUb IIOUSU, 1'riCO A No. 1" 50 Acres neur Hums. Dwelling: log btuble. 20 ncres level. nut rmhrii't hvill wihilu Inum h.i..i..i,i barn-JOx'-'O- with ctint, tuj.ll i...t.ite.ijl" 1' i f IdJLJZ-ZZ- I Q 2M E -0 live-roo- m urra r m aert's- - IK miles No Oloverport on btur Uoute;from 110 acres under plow; good water; T room dwell ing; two good barns for tobacco and block. This Is a bargain. Wrlto Jno. D. Ilabbugofor lurtiier particulars. at No 1( IW acres Ky-- . Kloral, Hnncock pouuty, miles ,West ot Mil IldVllli lnliAnn,..,...l , it let 3 TomiDt bouses; I barn 59x50s Mtoro house ou thuplucu. KOodbtuuU for u store t good land h cush. is 1 nu. nu. n $2 ir 1 ltt0 Hcr0! four miles; west of OOO ueuuettno, a nines friim limnith railroad; all fresh laud; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 ucres In grim; will produce the beat corn, wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood; uniHtj iiiuuk wuier, wuu bv uoor ut uwtm- leg i log dwelling, rooms and sWe roeaai good stable ; 3 tobacco burns j S tesaat bou Plenty of good tlwbr tor farm purpose good land m clear. Crlee t!i.Q09 H cash, fr i We make the prices; others Imitate The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, I. We have on display the largest and most complete line of Buggies and Surries ever shown in this part of the State and our prices range from $30.00 to $125.00. Within the reach of all. We have the often tried makes, such as the Genuine Geo. Delker, Parry & Studebaber. We guarantee our buggies, as represented and stand back of the guarantee. Don't make the mistake of buying elsewhere until you look over our line. We also have a big line of Harness, Whips and Lap Robes. Buggies! Buggies! Paint, Varnish,, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll fff i i .a ! I Salt, Lime, Cement " ' Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, Builders' Hardware, Building Material, Corn Don't forget we are headquarters for Paintsr Oils, Etc. Mastic Paint, Fix-a- ll for Furnitureand Floors; Admont Floor Paint, Johnson Uuderlac and Floor Wax. Also Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Fiberoid Flooring, Window Shades, Curtains, Poles, Etc. OUR SPECIALTIES:--American Chinaware, Mattings, Rngs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook Fence, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention. " "mmm " Special Flying" Dutchman Corn Planters at Cost Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Seeds hoe Cashier I - -- " HARD1NSBURG NEWS Miss Ruth Kincheloe were in Louisville last week shopping. B. F. Beard is at home from a two Report of the Condition of the hoe V. F. BEARD, DOC HOE lEE w Ass't. FIRST STATE BANK President PAUL C0MPT0N, M. B. KINCHELOE, 1 iy rk iif i months stay in Florida. doing business at the town of Irvington, Personal Letter From the County Judge Matthias Miller is at home county of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on Seat-Te- lls all About the Folks from a three weeks visit in Hawesville. the 4th day of Aprll.,1013 A. N. Skillman & Son sold and deand Plainly livered a fine drove of hogs to Dennie You Know-Brie- fly RESOURCES Sheeran last Wednesday. Told With Accuracy. $6S,o70 S9 Mrs. Blanche Read has returned from Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un a visit to Louisville. 7O2.43 secured When Spring comes horael B. F. Galloway, of Roff, C. B. Eng- Stocks, Bonds and other SeHow passing sweet it is to know CO. 00 lish, of Webster, and J . T. F. Owen, of curities' Our spiritb like God's violets grow Glen Dean, were in town Saturday. Due from Banks l.'i,3U 17 When Spring comes home! Cash on hand 5.277 47 Barney Squires, of .Cloverport, was Checks and othrr cash items. 19 88 Furniture in town last week and while here was Banking House, 0,660 SI Misses Nancy anil Delia Kincheloe the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Robert and Fixtures ".00 Other Real Estato are at home after a two week's visit in Ifendrick. Other Assets not included unLouihville. .00 J. B. Gibson came down from Irving-to- n der any of above heads Mrs. Frank Hardin, after a pleasant and spent Wednesday and Thurs594,020.65 Total stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day in town. LIABILITIES John Alexander, has returned to her L. B Reeves spent the week end home in C.iboo, Mo. with Mrs. Reeves at the Commercial Capital Stock paid in, in cash $10,000.00 Mrs. George W. Evans was at home Hotel. Surplus Fund 1,500 00 to the Embroidery Club Friday evening S. T. Smith, of Glen Dean, and J M. Undivided Profits, from eight to eleven. Each guest was Withers and son, of Kirk, were in town less expenses and taxes paid 231.04 given a part of one of the Mother Goose on business Thursday. Deposits subject to rhymes and these were matched to find $40,463.00 On the tenth a fine boy a Democrat check the partners. After each one had their Certificame to make his home with Mr. and Demand partner thty were to write a story or .00 cates of Deposit.. H. Elder. 36,771.53 Time Deposits compose a piece of poetry on their Mrs. J. .00 Louis Jarboe is confined to his home Certified Checks... rhyme. These were read aloud so that Cashier's checks with rheumatism. all could enjoy the compositions. Re outstanding .00 7.239.6l freshments were served. All left feelJoe Te&ff was in Owensboro Friday Due Banks and Trust Companies. .00 ing grateful to Mrs. Evans for an even- and Saturday on business. Notes and Bills ing of mirth. The invited guests were: safety deposit boxes for rent, Kedlscounted Steel .00 Mrs Coleman Haswell, Mrs. Amos the rent is reasonable and might be Unpaid Dividends. .00 Board, Misses Addle K. and Clara .00 the means of saving your valuable Reserve for taxes. .00 Ella Ahl and Mrs. L. B. Reeves. papers from fire or burglary. The Bills Payable Other Liabilities Miss Laura H. Watlington went to Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. not included under Stephensport and spent Saturday and .00 Miss Pearl Withers is visiting her any of above heads Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Mollie Dejarnette. $94,020.05 Total Koland Watlington. Miss Margaret McGary, of Kirk, was ) State of Kentucky 0.. M. II. Beard, vice president of the in town Friday shopping County of Breckenridge Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co , met We, W. J. Plggott and J. C. Payne, Irvington on busiJohn Akers was in President and Cashier of the above Mrs. M. H. Beard ana Murray Beard ness last week. named Bank, do solemnly swear that in Louisville last week and they reLeslie Pool has the contract for build- the above statement is true to the best turned home Sunday night. of our knowledge and belief. ing a dwelling in Garfield. Dr. W. A. Walker, Mrs. Walker and W. J. Plggott, President, Joe Crews, of Owensboro, has been J. C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. water, a little lard less than this 11th day of April, I9I3. Cold Correct Attest: with ordinary Hour and a hot stove My Commission Expires Feb. 14,1914. is all you need to make the finest of Louis H. Jolly, Notary Public. bread out of Perfection Self Rising Try it. Flour. A Texas Wonder Lawrence Sills was in Custer last switch-boar- d of the week repairing the The Texas Wonder cures kidney and county telephone line. bladder troubles, removing gravel, Miss Ida Kennedy visited Mr. and cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Mrs. Jim Kennedy, of McQuady, last rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men week. li Wo without charge. and women. Regulates bladder troubMr. and Mrs. Wm. Crews have come you pass and check les in children. If not sold by your to make their home with their daughbooks. druggist will be sent by mall on reter, Mrs. Jim Kennedy. ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two Our experienced accountA crowd of young people went to months' treatment and seldom falls to ants keep an accurato reKirk Friday night to attend a party at perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 cord of eveiy penny you the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for deposit, withdiaw or check Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Advertisement. out, and render an accountMr. and Mrs. Amos Board and Mrs. ing to you whenever you Susan Squires spent Sunday in the Long Time Getting Home. country with Mr. and Mrs. Tlce wish it. "Wo provide burglar proof .safes, and every Dear Mr. Babbage: I have arrived Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Gar- at my new home at last. I left Kenother safeguard for your field, were the guests of Mrs. A. M. tucky March 85 and got to my pew Conscientious money. home April 4. We were caught in the Kincheloe Wednesday. sorvico hero costs you not Hood, but got through O. K. Mrs. Lucretia Hensley has gone to terrible one cent. Illinois is nothing but a river. You Stanley for an extended visit to Mr. can look as far as eyes can see and can Can you alford not to and Mrs. Wilbur Hensley. see nothing but water. I think this is a have an account with this fine oity. All kinds of work and wages. ' Cough Medicine for Children. safe bank Land is level and rich, part of this Too much care cannot be used in se- city is under water. Yours truly, , lecting a cough medicine for children. Wm. Carman, It should be pleasant to take, contain Vincennes. Ind. no harmful substance and be most efBank, The fectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "Suffered day and night the torment meets these requirements and is a fav- of itching piles. Nothing helped me Htniinsburg, Ky. orite with the mothers of young chil- until I used Doan's Ointment. The redren everywhere. For sale by all deal- sult was lasting." Hon, John R. Garers, Adv. rett, Mayor, Glrard, Ala. Adv. Esk-ridg- e, c"-- 1" "NM. II. BEARD, Cashier" The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Go. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Statement at the close of Business April 4, 1913 Resources Loans and Discounts $358,147 02 Overdrafts secured and 4,495 15 unsecured " Due from National 35,482 14 Banks Cash in Safe 20,357 50 1,395,65 Cash items Banking House and lot Charged off Liabilities Capital Stock paid in $ 50,000 Surplus fund 25,000 Undivided Profits, less expenses and Taxes 6,306 paid ' Deposits 338,571 ! 00 00 24 22 v Furniture and Fixtures Charged off Total, $419,877 46 Total, $419,877 46 Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier Board of Directors: C. V. Robertson Dr. A. M. Kincheloe D. S. Richardson M. H. Beard E. Beard Paul Compton B. -' f Wc Keep Your Books Wo offer to the public our I VHE reliability of a bank is based on its assets and management. services based on our assets. Our conservative management has carried us through a period of twenty-thre- e years and at all times we have been able to grant our customers any accommodations consistent with sound banking. On this record wo solicit your business, let it be largo or small. Wo act as Administrator Guardian, Trustee,' and in every Gduciary capacity. Wo guarantee to you security aDd the best of service. HOE HSc dhh HOE due 30E DfsXcD Nl THE OLD RELIABLE fur-niti- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Mat-tingl- y. U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS Hen-dric- k. SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits It is for sale Safe Place to do Business ",1 Return From Lengthy Trip. was called out by the L., H. & Farmers Mrs Mary Allen has returned home Straight at It. from Colfax, La,, where she had a deThere is no use of our "beating lightful visit to her son, Mr. John H. Allen and Mrs. Alleu. She said her around the bush." We might as well three little Southern granddaughters out with It first as last. We want you to were the sweetest children she has ever try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the known. Mrs. Allen spent a month In next tlmeyou have a cough or cold, Louisville with her nieces, Misses Lula There is no reason so far as we 'can see Duke and Mrs. Ann Ezell. She is now why you should not do so, This prepat the home of her son, Mr. C. W. aration by Its remarkable cures has Allen. He came home from Owensboro gained a world wide reputation, and by the way of Balltown Monday aad people everywhere speak f it in the o-- that night. St. L, highest terms of praise. by all dealers Adv. Sarah Jarvis Better. Sarah Jarvis Is very much improved ' after being confined to her bed for months with rheumatism. With a sistance she is able to walk. GM III UtH, The IHMf wrt mm, no matter of baw leog Han mm re eued by tbe won4rfu, old rUUc Dfc rarUr'i AMMcpUC il14r Oil. It rt Pain uti UmU at tbc mbw tine. Xc, tfe, ( ItMtiM IN1 ill )Lm-.iJjitki- xL in lrfJ- - i A jftrrWri txxnn-a " .. 9 jj ' "