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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1913. to houses to verify for myself the impression that the "I am very glad, indeed, to have of the United States is a person, not a mere department of government hailing congress from some isolated island of jealous power and with other human beings in a a message, not speaking naturally and with his own voice; that he is a human being trying to pleasant experience I shall feel quite normal in all our dealings with one another."--PresideWilson's introductory service. After this before the joint session. co-opera- Real American directly and President this opportunity address the two A. te nt HON . L loses After Successful Term mm which is a great saving of money. Besides, the cakes are as light as a feather. A good deal is being said about this self rising flour, but one does not know how satisfactory it is until it is AIVIVOUNCElVIEISrXS Appropriate Exercises Held Various Departments Sue- ceed. tried. A ROYAL Baking Powder Clerk of rircckcnrldgo county, subject to the action of the Democratic party In Primary Election August 2. Wo Sweet Story By James. Lane Allen Irvington, April 2l. (Special.) The ichool days are over for awhile. Girls md boys have thrown aside books and nlned In the summer snorts. The first term of Irvington Graded School has ust closed and all join in praises to Prof. C. A. Tanner and coterie of com petent teachers who have had charge )f the various departments. It is a regrettable fact that Mrs. R. B. ff cGlothlan was unable to complete her :erm. but a better assistant could not have been secured than Miss Gibson. ? Quite a number of promotions were ranted which speaks well for teachers knd pupils alike. Mrs. Tanner has put Lside school duties and has assumed he responsibility of housekeeper. Rev. May, Rev. Waggoner and J. M. Herndon gave some very interesting alks at the close of the exercises. Miss May Watlington has returned !b her home at Hardinsburg. It is with egret that we give her up, as she has von the hearts of the people through ler kindness to the little tots In tne Here's wishing irimary department. ler success were'er she goes. If you want to read a sweet story of For The Stale Senate life, get The Heroine In Wo aro authorized to announce James Lane Allen. It Is JESSE WIIITWOBTII. written in this Kentucky author's usual of Hardinsburg, ns a candidate for the State Senate, subject to tho action of tlia Democharm of style and gives one so much cratic party, Primary election August 2. faith in people love and Bronze by is the greatest of modern-tim- e aro authorized to announce VIC. ROBERTSON, of Olcn Dean, as a candldata NOTICE in-le- ed We aro authorized to announce D. 0. GRAY, of Moudo county, as a candidate fortheStato Senate, subject to tho action of the Demo- for County Court Clerk, of Ilreckenrldge county subject to tho action of the Democratic party. Primary election August 2. We cratic party, Primary election August 2. Farmers having tobacco on hand bring in falr,average samples Thursday and Friday, April 24 and 25. Squires & Miller. For Representative We aro authorized to announce THE HON. D. H. SEVERS, of Cloverport, as a candidate for Representative of Drcckonridgo county, subject to tho action of the Democratic Party, Primary election Aug. 2. We aro authorized to announco JESSE H. MILLEIt, of Samplo. ps a candidate for Representative aro authorized to announco W. T. GREGORY, Jr. of Garfield, as a candidate for County Clerk. subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary election August 2. For Sheriff are authorized to announco FINLEY MILLER. of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of Ilrocklnrldgo county subject to the actlou of tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug. Wo helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and COHJUIB Has Meeting Saturday-Wom- en Join-Enthu- siasm profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. spected citizen of this city, died at the residence of his son, James Henry Moorman, Jr., 805 Bohler Avenue, last night at the age of 84 years, after an illness of seven days. He was a member of the Cloverport Baptist church, Cloverport, Ky., where he resided in his youth. "Funeral services will be conducted at the residence of his sou, Mr. J. II. Moorman, Jr., thisafteruoou.it 4 o'clock by Rev. .Thomas Walker, assisted by Uev. R. 15. I.. Harris. Interment will be in the City Cemetery." Will be Allowed to Over Plans Aroused. Irvington, April The Corn Growers Club met Saturday afternoon. Prof. Hendricks, of the Experi20.7-(Specia- New Home In Kausas City Mr. Babbage: Our new home College Ave.) Is now completed, change The Breckenridge News address (4ISW 1 1th) to present Pespectfullv, Mrs.P.W' Roberts. I ment Station at Lexington, attended and gave a splendid talk "On the Cultivation of Corn " Prof. Hendricks suggested that women be allowed the privilege to join the club, and this motion was sanctioned by all present. Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain made ah interesting talk in regard to the county obtaining a County Agriculturist. The county fair was discussed. We look forward to this with great interest. ROE HOOK. MOOKMAN DITTO, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate" for Jailor of lireckcnrldgo county, subject to the action of Olen Dean, as a candidate for Represen- of the Democrats In Primary Election, Aug. 2. tative of Itreckenrldce county, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party In Primary August 2. Election We are authorized to announce O. W. MILLER, For Circuit Judge of Kirk, as u candidate for Jailor of Breck- enrldge county subject to the action of tho We are authorlacd to announce Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. J. It. LAYMAN, of Kltzabethtovrn, as a candlduto for Circuit We aro Authorized to announco Judge (f the Ninth Judicial District, subject TIOE HENDRICK, to the action of tho Democratic party In the as a candidate for Jailor of Ilreckenrldge Primary election August 2. county subject to the action of tho Democra- of lireckenrldge county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party, Primary election August 2nd. Wo are authorized to announco For Jailor We are authorized to announce pike if the farmers will help haul the rock to the crusher. Now let's all got busy. The Breckenridge News will furnish the price of one team a day for hauling rock. Come right alongj everybody, farmers, business men, lawyers, doctors, and get this enterprise started for a model road In Breckenridge county. For County Judge. tic party ut the August Primary. We aro authorized to announco We ure authorized to announco J. M. LEWIS, J. M. MULLEN, candidate for of Oloveport, us a candlduto for County of Hardlnburg. as a of the DemocratJailor. subject to the action party Judge of Ilreckenrldge subject to tho action lu tho August Primary. party, primary of tho August Democratic 2 Wo election Undergoes Operation. 'Mrs. DeHaven Honored. from Ken- Thursday by ov.jMcCreary to represent Kentucky the Southern Sociological Congress t Atlanta April 25 to 27, inclusive. Mrs. Wickliil'e DeHaven and W. J. appointed pisri ott were the delegates Breckenridge county. DeHaven has also been elected Woman's Missionary Society to the' resent the Cloverport Auxiliary at at the annual ton, Ky., May ference. wo hundred delegates Cky were commissioned 2 are authorized to announce JAS. M. WITHERS, Funerals Held Monday. The funerals of J. L. Culley and his son, Joe Culley, were held in Louisville Monday afternoon. The father's death was soon followed by that of his son, who lived in Paducah. of Kirk, as a candidate for County Judge, of lireckenrldgo countv, subjtct to tho action of the Democratic Party, Primary election Aug. 2. aro authorized to unnuunce SAM H. DIX. of Stpphensport, as a candidate for County Judge of Ilreckenrldge county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary election August 2nd. We aro authorized to announce Wo Entertainment at Guston. On Saturday DR. II. T. DEMPSTER, Nowlin-Mille- r. an- Mr. and Mrs. D. Stewart-Mille- r the marriage of their son, to Miss Her- 'Arcy Stewart-Mille- r, ktoae Crosthwaite Nowlin, on Thurs. ky afternoon, April 16. The ceremony, hich was a quiet, simple atlalr, was aed at the home of the bride s Dr. and Mrs. Nowlin, in Mt. t. Tenn. r. and Mrs. D'Arcy Stewart-Mille- r arrive in Owensboro today, to be soests of the family of the groom Mverai days. Owensboro Messeng- - eunce, night, May 3, at 8 Young People's Club o'clock, the will give an entertainment for the benefit of the State Sunday School work. The play, "Then and Now,'' represents "The Old Deestrict School" of forty years ago, and a modern college play. Admission 20 cents. ChilT.J HOOK, dren over five years 10 cents. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County H. L. Roth Dies. Information has been received here of the death of H. L. Roth, of Ludlow, Ky. He died Wednesday, April 10, of pneumonia after an Illness of a few days. years old and Mr. Roth was fifty-on- e married to Miss Nannie Witt twenty-on- e years ago. She with seven children survive. Their eighth child, Lamont Roth, twenty months old, died Monday before his father's death. Miss Mamie Witt is also ill at her sister's home in Ludlow. Miss Witt and Mrs. Roth are sisters of Mrs. Sel-b- y McCracker., of this city, who will go to see them Friday. Their old friends in Uloverport regret to learn of their Illness and sorrow. Mr. Roth left three thousand dollars life Insurance to his wife. Judge of lireckenrldgo county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary election August 2. Wo aro authorized to announce of Glen Dean, us a ctndldate for County Judge of Ilreckenrldge county, subject to the uctlon of tho Domocrutlc party Primary olect'ou, August. 2nd. Wm ure authorized to announce MIKE MILLER, of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for County Judge of lireckenrldgo county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary election August 2. 2nd. We are authorized to announco Mrs. Henry Yeager underwent a serious operation at Norton's Infirmary in Mrs. Rachel DeJarnette Is the guest of New Bethel, as a candidate for Jailor, Louisville Monday. Mr. Yeager, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert DeJarnette. subject to tho action of the Democratic PriMullen, her mother, Mrs. 15tl McAfee mary Election August 2. 11)13. R. S. Skillman, of West Point, was and Mr. Will Mullen, of Kansas City, We are authorized to announce were in Louisviile, and also the family the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. DR. C. C. MIL. Lightfoot. Mrs. John D. Shaw. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor of physician, Dr. Forrest county, subject 1 the uctlon Yeager is getting along nicely. lireckenrldgo Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha .of tho Democratic party In Primary Election Harned spent Saturday and Sunday in August 2. Garfield with their parents, Dr. and Mr. Dicks Dead. For Assessor Mrs. E. C. Harned. Dan Dicks died at his home at Mill We are authorized to announce John Gibson was the guest of his Stone Sunday morning, and the funeral W. A. DOWNS, was held at German Ridge, Ind., yester- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson, of Kirk, as ucandldute for Assessor of lire ck- enrldge county, subject to the uctlon of the day. Mr. Dicks leaves a wife, and was near Irvington, for the week end. Democrut.c party. Primary elo.tlon Aug. 2. W. L. Moorman, of Glen Dean, cana nephew of Mrs. Chas. Hammau, of Wo ure authorized to announce didate for County Judge, was in town this city. ANDREWD. SQUIRES Friday mixing among the voters. of Harned. as a candidate for Assessor of lireckenrldgo connty subject to the action of Dr. A. L. Kincheloe, of McQuady, Money For Good Roads. the Democratic party, primary electlou Aug. was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. Wo ure authorized to announce CALVIN HENDRICK, Jit., 1 Miss Kathleen Hoben left Friday for Louisville to visit her cousin, Mrs. Law.son, for a week. M. We aro authorized to announce TAYLOR TATE, of Hardinsburg, us a candldato for Assessor of Breckenridge county, subject lo tlmuctlon of the Democratic party In Primary Election W.C. MOOUMAN, of Glen Dean, as a candidate for Countv Judge of Breckonrldgocouuty subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary August 2, election August 2. For County Attorney are authorized to announce V. G. BAnBAGE, of Cloverport, as a candlduto for Comity Attorney of Ilreckonrldirn pnnntv. suhli'nt tn party, Primary I the action of the Domocrutlc t. Wo aro authorized to announce JOHN W. KENNEDY, of Haroed. as a candidate for Assessor of Breckinridge county subject to the uctlon of tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug Wo For Superintendent Wo Public Schools lelicious Flannel Cakes. editor of The Breckenridge News lis family have been enjoying de- ua cakes for breakfast. The rea- they were so delicious was because ty were made of the Perfection Self log Flour. This Lewisport flour has "baking powder" already in it aro Authorized ts unnounco J. W. TRENT, Wo aro authorized to announco of Custer, as a candldato for Superintendent JUDGE II. 0. MURRAY, of Public Schools of Breckinridge county subof tho Democratic party In of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for County ject to the uctlon August 2. Attorney, subject to tho uctlon of tho Demo- Primary election cratic party ut tho August Prlnviry. We uro authorized to announco Fourth, Wm. Norton; Fifth, J. A. For County Court Clerk II. A. ATER. Paul; Sixth, Pal Garner. W. C. Pate, supervisor for the secof Stepbensport. us a candldato for SuperinWe aro authorized to announco tendent of Public Schools of Ilreckenrldge JOHN E. MONARCH, county, subject to the action of the Demo- ond, Cloverport district, says he Is of Kirk, as a candidate tot County Court cratic party lu Primary olecttou August 2nd.' ready to put the crusher to work on the fllpntlrin Allf-ua- 2nrl treasurer, has sent Kincheloe last week. Miss Margaret Peyton left Friday for out a statement of the amount of money available to each District in the a visit to Louisville. county for use on the roads. The Cold water, a little lard less thnn wit.i ordinary Hour and a hot stove is amounts are estimated. 1st District S2980.27 all you need to make the finest of bread " 2nd 2227.95 out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It " 201 1.66 will save you 20 per cent, on your 3rd " 4th 2275.23 bread bill. Try it. " 5th 812.18 Little Miss Virginia Walker went to " Oth 1390.51 Irvington Saturday for an all day visit Bridges 2869.43 to her cousin, Miss Susie Payne. Of these amounts $6.50 In the second, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard are vis third, fifth and sixth districts has been itingin Louisville. expended for rock crushers. Miss Isabella Hendrick had as her The following are the deputy road dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Lee Walls, supervisors: First, Taylor Meador, Continued on Page Five. Second, W. C. Pate; Third, J. T. Bash-aPaul Compton, Remember the "Old School House Hill" with a cash dona tion for the Concrete Walk. Goos To See III Son. Mrs. Susan Walker (colored) was called to Monroe, La., Wednesday night tj sje her son( Willie Lightfoot, who is very ill. She was accompanied by her huoband, Dud Walker, Clirv-Up-Da- y For Cloverport, Thursday, April 24, ... y for as Thursday, April teams to iiaul away all rt. The town will furnish Milikisli bnrl trash nn thin dav. If vou do not comnlv this proclamation, you w$l have to haul your garbage JOHN A. BARRY, ky at your owa xpeas. Mayor of Clovarport 1913 "I dwignate Cloan-Up-Da- , The school children have petitioned the School Board of the Cloverport High School asking for sauitary closets. Their reason for doing this is as follows: The toilets at the Public School are insanitary; exposed to flies, and are a me- Who Want Rates To City nace to the health of the children and people of Cloverport. They are of suck a nature that If the people of Cloverport knew of their real character, I feel sure the School Board would build modern sanitary toilets within the week. Cloverport to Louisville and return, From my experience with hundreds of cases, I am positive that more than April 28, S9 and 30, return limit, May fifteen per cent, of the school children of this school are affected with hook-wor(2.03. On account of Kentucky Edu S disease and other Intestinal parasites. These may be easily cured, and all cases cational annual meeting. James H. Moorman Dead. can be prevented by using, water-tigh- t, closts, so tliat the excretions The Augusta Chronicle dated Satur- from the bodyI-1- not find their way into the food and .water of the people. WtMlmanArnistriH. ' W. L, HRIZKR, day, April 19, says: "James Henry MIm Uattle. WacdmaH and Mr. Chas. Moeman, Sr,, an aged and highly r- SUM Registrar of Vital SfatieUeti. Good News To Those popular young people of in marriage at 7:30 last Sunday in the M. K. church at thut place. Uev. E. O. Cottrell, of Cloverport, officiated. A crowded church witnessed the ceremony. After the wedding Bro. Cottrell preached on "The Marriage Supper." Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cordrey, John, Jr., and Mrs. Jolly, from Cloverport, attended the wedding. Uro. Cottrell and Mr. ami Mrs. Cordrey and John, Jr., were entertained in the delightful home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Miller, returning to Cloverport Monday morning. Armstrong, Sample, were-unite- Petition By 250 School Children to School Board. m lly-pro- of I ff: I NOTICE FARMERS! THE AGENCY FOR. THE Continental tion guaranteed. Fire Insurance Company, of New York, Farm Department I has been transferred to me from J. E. Taylor, of Leitchfield, Ky. protection in this old and tried company will write or call me up. have the agency for Meade and Breckinridge counties. Anyone who wants Best protection, prompt and liberal adjustments, lowest cost. SatisfacG-LB- N W. O. MOORMAN, HARBINGER OF SPRING DEAN, KENTUCKY Why Couldn't Breckenridge County Get the Gift of $1,000? Why not the farmers of Breckenridge county get busy and form a County Farm Improvement Association and get in a position to comply with the conditions necessary to receive the gift of $1,000 offered the county from the Rosenwald fund through the agency of the Crop Improvement Committee of Chicago. Julius Rosenwald, millionaire wishing to promote the cause ' of the nation's agriculture, set apart a fund of one million dollars, divided into one thousand equal parts available, one to each of the first thousand counties in the country making application for the same, and agreeing to the conditions accompanying the gift, among which there must be a bona fide assomembership and ciation of that the county must raise an amount at least equal to that received from the fund and also employ an agricultural Many counties in this and expert. other States have complied with the conditions, received the gift and an agricultural expert, and say it is the best money they ever made to aid in improving agriculture. It ii time this county got out of the rut of backward farm methods. As the agricultural expert will have the National and State Governments back of him, the farmers of the county will be able to go to him for advice on whatever subject they choose. He will be a Sort of general physician for the farm n, dues-paying cm-ploy- ed er. He will be in a position to give them the best market prices, suggest the best methods of placing the farm products on the market, and in many other ways aid the farmer to secure the greatest dividends from his farm. Many farmers have said that the Agricultural College was turning out a lot of students and jobs must be furnished and this is why the idea of county agent is coming into vogue. This is not true. It takes men of the highest type to handle such a job as this. The county agent would have an office and his service be open to all the farmers in the county. All paying $1 can become members of the association. There must be a thousand farmers and others interested in the betterment of Breckenridge county that will want membership in this association. Put the Load Where It Belongs F you are to (Connicht.) of manufacturers or producers what HOW TO SUCCEED they themselves1 thought that they needed in order to maintain a practically exclusive market as against the During the last few years, conditions rest of the world." in all lines of business, even profession"We have built up a set of privileges al life, have changed so completely and exemptions from competition, be- that every man is waking up to the hind which it was easy by any, even fact that in order to win success he the crudest, forms of combination to must specialize and learn to do some organize monopoly." one thing and do It well. "Nothing is normal, nothing is abliged So it is with any article that is sold to stand the'- tests of efficiency and to the people. It must have genuine economy, in our world of big business. merit or no amount of advertising will "We must abolish everything that maintain the demand for the article. bears even the semblance of privilege For many years we have watched or any kind of artificial advantage, and witn much interest the remarkable rec put our business men nnd producers ord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's under the stimulation of a constant Swbmp Root, Kidney, Liver the gre-necessity. to be efficient, economical and and Bladder Remedy. From the very enterprising masters of competitive su- beginning the oropnetors had so much premacy; better workers and merchants confidence in it that they invited every than any in the world." one to test it, free of cost, before pur- gI hope some one will become inter- ested enough in the matter to call a meeting of representatives from different parts of the county with a view of organizing an association. I have the plan under which' the county must qualify sent me by the Crop Improvement Committee, and would be glad to put it in the hands of an association. I hope to hear soon of some one taking up the matter. Any further information that I can give in relation to the association and county agricultural agent will be gladly given to any one interested. Mrs. Chas. L. Chamberlain. our induftral and commercial life were being changed beyond recognition the tariff schedules, luve remained what they were before the change began " 'For a long time we have sought, in lour tariff schedules, t ive ech group and the like. Use an I H C engine to furnish power for such work. In less time, and with far less effort, the wood is sawed, the stock watered, the tools sharpened, all at one-tenthe expense of handwork. Put the load where it belongs. Buy and use an e-turning th energy at make the most of your time and opportunities, you must have efficient tools to work with. You have enough hard, tiresome work without wasting your time and water-pumpin- g, wood-sawin- g, grindston- I H C Oil and Gas Engine costs less per year of service than others. is so powerful that it will carry a load tea per cent or more above its rated horse power. Perfect combustion makes it economical. ' I H C oil and gas engines operate on gas, gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate, alcohol. power. They are built Sizes are 1 to it Itis the cheapest engine you can buy because It Thi Facts of Our Day. The Democratic purpose with respect to the tariff question is well described in the following extracts from President Wilson's first message to Corgrcs: 'While the whole f ice and method of SO-hor- se in every approved style; vertical, horizontal, portable, stationary, skidded, d. 60-hor- se air-coole- d, vffJflJSWt fyUdd&i&Qe Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot flashes, severe headaches, melancholia, dread of impending evil, palpitation of the heart, irregularity, constipation and dizziness are promptly treated by intelligent women who are approaching the period of life. This is the most critical period of woman's life and she who neglects the care of her health at this time invites incurable disease and pain. Why not be guided by the experience of others and take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? It is an indisputable fact that this grand old remedy has helped thousands of women to pass through this trying period with comfort and safety. Thousands of genuine and honest testimonials support this fact. From Mrs. HENRY 1IEAVILIX, Cadiz, Ohio. Fort Worth, Texjis. "I havo taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable) Compound and derived great benefit from its u&e. It carried mo safely through tho Chango of Life when I was in bad health. I had that all gone feolingiuostof tho time, and headache constantly, I was very nervous and tho hot Hashes were very bad. I had tried other ieniedios and doctors, but did not improve until I began taking Lydia Or From 40 to 50 Woman's Critical Period. laid must be effective competition, the It Is a physician's prescription. whetting of American wits by contact They have on file tnousands of let with the wits of the rest of the world." ters received from former sufferers who "We must buildup trade, especially are now enjoying good health as a reforeign trade." sult of Its use. "We must build up industry, as well, However, if you wish first to try a and must adopt freedom in place of ar- sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer & tificial stimulation only so far as it will Co., Binghamton, N. Y., nnd mention build up, not pull down." this paper. They will gladly forward "Our object is clear. If our motive you a sample bottle by mail, absolutely ib above just challenge and only an ocfree. casional error of judgment is chargeRegular sizes for sale at all druggable against us we shall be fortunate." istsfifty-cents and "We have to deal with the facts of our da; with the facts of no other, and to make laws which square with those Sunday At Rose Hill. one-doll- "The object of the duties henceforth chasing. Sawing, pumping, spraying outfits, etc. I H C oil tractors for plowing, threshing, etc., 12 to power. Write our nearest office for catalogues and any information desired if you wish to learn what an I H C engine will do for you. water-coole- and Office at Cincinnati, 0.; EviniTille, Ind.; Knoitille. Tno.;MenpIuJ, Tenn.; New Albujr, Ind.; Fukenburr, W. Va. International Harvester Company of America Chicago (Incorporated) USA facts." First State Bank Irvington, Ky. Read these paragraphs to your high tariff neighbor and help him to under stand that the Democratic tariff plat form program is a constructive pro grom a program that will result in the greatest good to the greatest number. NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce have returned home from Louisville where J. C. PAYNE, Cashier The Telltale Tick of Time We have much for you under this heading, and will have to give it in small closes. Your appreciation of our breed-stoc- 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 remedfes that will greatly assist in making barren mares breed, and carry their foals to full time, to-wi- t: EFFICIENT BANKING SERVICE L. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has now been sometime since I took tho Compound, and I havo had no return of my old complaints. I always praise your remedies to weak women." Mrs. IIexkv Hi:avim.v, It. b L. No. 0, Cadiz, Ohio. V 8- - Fleetwood, I'a. " During tho Change of Life I was hardly able to bo around at all. I always had a headache and I was so dizzy and nervous that I had no rest at night. Tho'ilashes of bent were so bad sometimes that I did not know what to do. " One day a friend advised mo to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ConiK)uud and it made mo a strong, well woman. I am very thankful that I followed my friend's advice, and I shall recommend ft as long as I livo. Before I took tho Compound I wis always sickly and now I havo not had medicine from n doctor for years. You may publish my letter." Mrs. Euwaui) 13. Uiliieiit, Fleetwood, Pa. From Mrs. F. P. MULLEXDOKE, Munford, Ala. Munford, Ala." I was so weak and nervous while passing through tho Change of Lifo that I could hardly live. My husband had to nail rubber on all tho gates for I could not stand to hae a gato slam. " I also had backache and a fullness in my stomach. I noticed that lyuia xu. miKiium's vegetable compound was for such cases and I sent and got a bottle. It did mo so much good that I kept on taking it and found it to bo all you claim. I recommend it to all women afflicted as I was." Mrs. F. P. Mullkn-dork- , Munford, Ala. to LYDIA E. FIKKIIAX MEDICINE CO. LYNN, MASS.,formlvlce. ed From Mrs. EDWARD 13. HILlimtT, Fleetwood, Pa. This is to give notice that we will on and after the 1st day of April, 1013. sell coal strictly for cash, and that our prices will be 11 cents per bushel for lump, 0 cents for nut and 6 cents for nut P. and slack. Also all parties In debt to us must come and settle at once as we are needing the money. Yours Respectfully, Dr. Foote's "Aid to Conception" Jas. M. Lewis, City Coal Co and his "Anti Abortient" Remedy IRVINQTON, KENTUCKY These are not offered with the claim Represents the Leading Companies in the Country that they are "infallible," but with the Goes To Arizona. full knowledge that an old doctor's exFIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE perience of a third of a ceutury is wortli Dear Mr Dabbagc: I will leave for much iu aiding conditions favorable to Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Gc Arizona. Sunday, April I3, and I wish maternity. These remedies prepared by and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. you would send my paper to my son's the old doctor will be supplied free to address. I am going to him and will our patrons with full directions how to make Arizona my home, Don't fail to use. send me the Breckenridgo News. Wishcan have the treatment ing you success, I am, your friend, Mrs. at $3.50 per month per mare, full direcE. J. Bandy, caroof Sleptlen T. Bandy, tions with each treatment. Cajl the at2 lloors 0x40; Ordinance Sergeant, U. S. A., Fort tention of neighbors whose mares fail to HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building Huachuca, Arizona. breed, or that habitually abort to above nace, bath, laundry, toilet, basement, natural gas, hot proposition, and it applies to cows as all modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents for Your Account Solicited t h J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENC Non-patro- City Property High Street Home . a 1 1 n. un. 1 well as mares. year, i'rico $a, (&u, casn. T 0 you wane a nice uorae this m jr ir We are especially anxious to book mares that have only been raising colts chance. For further particulars write or see J no. D. Bftbbag Roscpe Laslle is building two new ever' second or third year. You have verport, Ky. i. residences in Elm Heights. The town all to gain and nothing to loose if you appreciates these new houses as rt are our patron, and this proposition goes Is in great need of homes ior hand in hand with our li. I A. move- they spent the winter. Sunday they Messrs Vivian and, Frs4 Pi ment. had their children with them as fol- Louisville. Their many friend; her people. Building New Homes," opened, read und answered by a woman, aud held iu strict confidence. bo RWrlto $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 3.5U. Dr. P, W. Food & Son, Farm Two Miles South of IrvtagteR, Ky. tjlsd to see all of them, and they lows: Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Fierce, happy day Sunday. Linda Vista, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sw Pierce, of Glen Dsaa, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Rice Pierce, of Weej; Paint, a New . Try Want ' fBETS Fir Entering FBEraB Car-- St. A TALK WITH A CLOVERPORT MAN Louisan First Convicted Under Law Mr. J. C. Weatherholt, of Clover-po- rt Protecting Interstate Street, Tells of an Interesting Experience. There Is nothing like a talk with one of our own citizens for giving hope and encouragement to the anxious sufferer from the dread kidney disease. Wc, therefore, give here an interview with a Cloverport man: J. C. Weatherholt, grocer. Cloverport, Ky.,says: "Two yenrs ago t had little idea that I would ever be'well again. I had settled up my affairs, believing that it would be Impossible for me to last a great while longer. The pain In my back was terrible, especially when I stooped. It seemed as If someone had run a knife into me. My heart action was irregular. I becamo dizzy and often had to catch hold of something to keep from falling. My knee joints were swollen to twice their normal size and I had lost weight until I was a more skeleton. The kidney secretions contained sediment and the passages were painful. Doctors' medicine did me no good, neither did the kidney cures I took. A friend, had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills and I decided to give them a trial, procuring my supply at Fisher's Drug Store. I was surprised and delighted with the results of their use. I was soon cured." For sale by all dealers. Price CO n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertisement. led I M . J BAC0N9NS 4th Avenue and Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. ysr AtlCIltlOIl St. Louli, Apr. 18. A sentence of flyc years in the Leavenworth Penl- tentlary was Imposed on Philip Nagel y Judge Dyer In the United States )Istrict Court yesterday following his Monvlctlon on a chargo of having en stored ,r box car In the Bremen yards Dftnout two monins ago. The indictment and conviction of Nagel is the first under the new Federal statute making It a felony to brca'-into an Interstate shipment of merchandise or other freight. Nagel, In his defense, declared he .. was driven into the car where he was captured at the point of a revolver In I' the hands of a private watchman of the Terminal Railroad Association. The car Nagel entered contained an interstate shipment of scrap copper anjd originated on the Santa Fe System. r The jury deliberated about an hour before returning a verdict against him. r c Come to Louisville and Buy Your New Spring Furniture at Bacon's THE STORE THAT ALWAYS GIVES YOU VALUE RECEIVED Now is tho time when tho housekeeper begins to look about nnd finds that a now piece of furniture is needed here and there to fill up a corner or to take tho place of something that wants to bo discarded. Come to Bacon's and let us help you select what you want. Everything in Furniture for every room in tho houso is to bo found here and you will be surprised at the lowness of tho price. , Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. Two sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. Adv. Medicine Cabinet Hall Trees fitted with metal hooks; highly polished mahogany finish; 4 leg TQn 1 Oil base; price.. Chiffonier two-inc- h Iron Bed continuous posts; finished in size; price white or Venn's Marten; large .. .$9.00 POSSIBLY THE FIRST MUSIC agplpes Have Been Known Since There Has Been Any Record Written In History. Bagpipes aro the Bulgarian national (Instrument Until lately the servants ( who waited on the Turkish grand viz- ter in Constantinople were mutes, L though not, as in former times, per- eons specially mutilated, but children They use a born deaf and dumb. language of signs, with a special gesture to describe the representative of each nation. To Indicate the Bulgarian agent they imitate a man playing I' the bagpipes. It was not the Bul garians who invented the pipes, however. They are among the oldest of musical instruments. An ancient gem Bhows Apollo with them, and two instruments in the book of Daniel are believed to have been bagpipes. The bagpipes range not only In time front Apollo and the Bible to the present lay, but geographically from China to fijpaln and Great Britain. England is sadd to have given them to Scotland. P One country, however, finally lost a iillarly severe form of the instru- This was the Sardinian "lan- la," which had three pipes, all ed in the piper's mouth, and was bd by rubbing strips of wax up Idown over the holes. le work was so exhausting that irly all the pipers died young. In 545 George Burdett came across one vho had survived to the age of 80. IBut he was the last of the lannedda 'players, and' when he died, the Instrument was played no more. Affliction of Stammyrlng. Stammering is a hesitancy of ijiffbeech, the result of an affection of romo vocal and enunciative organs. fnero are many opinions as to tno lycause of this affection. The person af-"" '",vm"' "j -- ..w .....,, ei"iV'"'v k.jcertain rules, tne principal one Deing Foster-Mllbur- Parlor Maple Rocker: finished in green nnd natural; strong and durable; dou ble rattan seat Photographs by Wire. The Korn process for transmitting pictures through the means of a wire connecting two distant points has fully demonstrated its practicability where moderate distances are concerned, but the inventor is not satis-flewith these results, for the reason that the device is primarily intended for the use of newspapers, and in this role the apparatus will be of little value unless great distances can be spanned, and so the inventor 1b working with the object of perfecting the machine to the point that pictures may be sent across the ocean.. Dr. Korn has under consideration an invitation to visit the United States, with the view of applying his system to a line between New York and San Francisco, which he may undertake before trying the transatlantic d kXJv--- ' Medicine Cabinet: w Tables like in and back $3.50 picture; furnished white enamel; plain glass door; price ltn Idu highly polished; mahogany finish; this is an excellent value at Chiffonier; finished in mahogany; very roomy; heavy French plate mir Z.3 ror price $14.50 WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN EXCELLENT LINE OF NEW PORCH FURNITURE Railroad Fares Refunded To out of town customers we rebate 5 per cent of their total railroad faro, purchases up to the amount of their round-tri- p thus making the trip cost you no more than if you lived in tho citv. We Deliver Free all goods mailable by Parcel Post. Goods not mailable by Parcel Post and amounting to $5.00 or more will bo delivered free by express or freight. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic constipation. 25c a box Cloverport High School Fund For Concrete Walk J. C. Doan's Regulets operate easily. at all stores. Adv. , Floored a Comedian. per- Beauty Is Only Paint Deep V HHIlTfrin1" when it comes to houses. When the paint wears off, the house is no longer beautiful. A house iii need of paint is an eyesore to In justice to your neigha community. you bors, as well as to your and, should keep your house in justice to yourself, you should see that self-respewell-paint- Child Nolte & Bro , $ 3.00 It was at a recent theatrical "' I correctly and not fast. The sufferer must study the process of speech, the relation of breath to articulate sounds, the position of the tongue and other organs in molding the outward stream of air. formance In one of our big cities. A comedian was in the course of delivering a long but not always uniformly funny soliloquy for which he is famous. Suddenly during a lull there came an unexpected comment from Citizen the stalls. It was in the high treble Burn voice of a girlhood, and the words, audible on the stage and in several Citizen parts of the auditorium, were: "Mum-mlI wouldn't mind if they pulled Clarence E. Keith, down the blind now." It was dramatic Ed. criticism of a dramatic kind; and the outspoken child was not the only person in the house who would have had no objection to a dropping of the curSTRENGTH OF THE GRIZZLY tain, though she was the only one to y so. At any rate, the curtain fell. Giant of Far West Carries Cow Easily Over Mountain, Without Resting. M. Weatherholt School Board Kentucky Belle Breckenridge News 2.50 25.00 35.80 2.00 ...., ...:. Edith e, Elizabethtown Whitehead .50 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. BBH l PHOENIX WHITE LEAD ft You can secure tl.T most beautiful as well as the most durable results with this paint. By any tint and any shade adding colors-in-c- .l can be obtained. We sell these materials as well as all the other painting requisites. Come in and have a talk with us, and see if we can't suggest a color scheme for your house that v:.l appeal to .your good tastci paint is used on your building. For Sale MY BBBBB heumatic Pains quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's liment. You don't need to rub just lay on mtly. It penetrates at once to seat of the trouble. ! V 5 sfl It is related that a grizzly bear that had one of its forepaws so Bhot as to render it useless employed the other to drag Its weight of 1,000 pounds up an incline almost precipitous, a seemingly Impossible feat, the Fur News A Callfornlan asserts that whllo in tho mountains ho observed a big grizzly in the act of carrying a dead cow homo to her cubs. From his position on tho mountainside the Callfornlan could follow every movement of the bear In tho sparsely timbered valley below. Ho contends that tho big beast carried the cow In her forepaws for a distance of three miles, across Jagged rockB several feet in height, over fallen logs around the rocky mountainside, where even a mule could not get a foothold, to a narrow trail up the steep mountain. This bear, it appears, stopped not a moment for rest, but proceeded straight on. The observer followed her and about half a mile from her lair shot her. The cow, It Is reported, weighed at least ,l,?po .pounds, whUe the weight of ike grizzly was about BLBW states . Here's Proof LbbbLIbbbbbbRbV Miss Elsie Manthey, 4220 Talman UdlillLLvk4t .ve.. Chlcaco. 111., writes. "About two ears aco my mother broke down with rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any good. My mother was persuaaea to try Sloan's Liniment, ana in tnree weeics and I believe she is was entirely well cured forever." -Relief From Rheumatism Gilroy, Calif., Miss II. E. Lindelkaf, Xv mntlier has iip1 one COC v4t.a. bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and although she Is over 83 years of age, she has obtained great relief from her rheumatism." RJteumatiMi Entirely Cone Miss EVELKTTA Myer, of 1215 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, writes: My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism is entirely gone. At the same time the there were five rlngiworms between my family was troubled with sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cured every one of us in a week's time." Residence in Marion Weatherholt, Cloverport, Ky. Hardinsburg, Ky. hUBHV I HEL I This is a desir- H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb, Phone 18. DENTIST able place for anyone , Residence fhcllman Itouie Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky wishing Office Over Farmers Bank to keep boarders ring-wor- Splendid Farm 350 Acres. Mrs. Lucretia Hensley HirMvrg, Ky. TIWIMFNT I VH H Mt SLOANS H H, 460. Call To Women To Improve School Conditions r k t is the test remedy lor neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, cHsst pains, asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprains. ow wu ,f i jw. At aiiaMMn. riw, v K( 's .ok on Horses, Cattle, .Hega and IWtry. sent free. ae, Address ' ST. asu ,...swri mvrt ."'. suffrage to make the schools, in which Women in many parts of the State their children are trained, the very are responding intelligently to obligabest they can. The most conscientious zen Is trained, must be a piece where which will contribute to fceHpjal infortions of School Suffrage. The last the lessons taught contribute to char mation and to character bulMlBg.. ."fhe legislature granted this privilege to and progressive trustees that we can actcr buildlsg. Text book lessons con- alert teacher, who studies ids find are the kind we need'. Let the f School 11 women of legal age in the Stat) and women think about It InteUlgsntly, No tribute to head knowledge.. They may Journals and bis text beoU, and the out it becomes now more than a privilege. one is soalntrested as the mother in also be made to contribute to heart child, will fiad who many thing's. No kHowledge it depeads oh the teacher. man er woman deee net .lov'e'the duty that women should what concerns her child. It is a sacred There are many things outside of text work better than the check aheuld try by the exercise of this right of The school, m whieh the future citl- - books which should be taught, and teach school. This f n nn is near Minks Kidgo in this county. Good, love), tillable land; watered with two gcod springs; 40 acres in timber. It grows good hieh colored tobacco, cither Burloy orJPryor;al6o wheat, corn and clover. Improvements, five room dwelling, ono tenant house and big tobacco bhrn. This land can be bought at a bargain, atho party does not live, on it and wants'to fell it. It is live miles ficni Named Station on tho Branch. Prico only $lfc an acre. j JtfO, 1). BAljBGfc. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Ediler and Publisher Kentucky has not been reorganized since tho "Bull Moose" left it; becauso fusion with such a bunch would bo disadvantageous and discreditable to tho Progressives. A copy of tho statcmont and reasons was sent to Col. E. T. Franks, Republican Stato Chairman. DON'T GET DISCOURAGED Issued Evory Wednoeday. Ux Thoso who sign tho nominating petitions of tho candidates in tho coming August primary shortly to bo circulated would do well to bear in mind that when they affix their signatures that thoy plcdgo themselves to voto for tho candidato whoso potition thoy sign, and OLOVERPORT, XT., WEDNESDAY, APR. 23, 1913 agrco not to indorse the petition of any other candidato for tho snmo office Any voter signing tho petition of two or raoro candidates for Subscription prico $1.00 n year in advance. tho samo office will bo in a very awkward position, for besides countBUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional ing for neither, tho nominating potitions aro public property, and aro insertion. preserved for six months after tho primary. CARDS OF THANKS ovor five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. Postmaster General Burleson has announced that it was tho Adcharged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money ministration's policy to continue all Republican Postmasters now in OBITUARIES offico to tho end of their terms, provided no charges were sustained is advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso against their efficiency. This is good for tho "ins" but a littlo hard on tho "outs" who will havo to bido thoir time. President "Wilson aotify us. is running things at "Washington, nnd wo aro with him right or wrong. BIG BISCUIT NOT DIGESTABLE, SAYS DR. IIEIZER HERE MONDAY NIGHT. Tho best business men tako pains to uso tho best stationery. EvThrough tho efforts of tho Woman's Missionary Society the ery farmer, minister, club woman, missionary woman, homo maker, Methodist church plans were porfected to have tho health lecture society girls and men of every rank and station, should turn to tho given Monday night. The audience was exceptionally large, attended printer and engraver for information about design, color and letterby tho leadinsj citizensmore men than women young men and ing. Correct stationery is a constant source of inspiration to both, many school children. tho ono who uses it and tho recipient. Dr. Richmond could not get horo and the appointment was filled hy Dr. Heizcr, all expenses were paid hy tho State. Dr. Heizer's The Hon. W. Sherman Ball and tho Hon. John Akors, workors was splendid, and earnest attention was given him which ho at tho county seat for tho g. o. p., wore horo Tuesday trying to colecture Ho was introduced by Mayor Barry and operate with some of tho late members of tho g. o. p. along lines of noticed and appreciated. proceeded with his lecture by saying that this was a new era in Ken- human service and a once g. o. p. Tho gentlemen certainly havo our tucky. Tho church, tho schools, tho physicians and tho press, in- best wishes for an early crop of corn. stead of working independently of each other as in years gone by, Tho Lcitchfield Gagetto says: "Judgo Layman gave splendid aro working together to do all that can bo possibly done to make satisfaction to lawyers and litigants, and that ho conducted 'tho court people good. Dr. Ileisor said it is easier for a man to bo good when he is well and that is why tho State is going hand in hand with tho with unusual expedition and marked ability." Tho Judgo is giving ho has held courts. His next court is church to eliminate tuberculosis, typhoid and summer complaint of general satisfaction-whereveat Brandenburg next Monday. children. EIGHT PAGES. IT'S ALL FOR THE BEST After tho recession of tho waters, noxt in order comes warm weather and fly time Remember I'm hcadquartors for Screen Doors, Windows, Galvanized and Black Screen Wire And there is no bettor disinfectant than a fresh coat of paint on tho outside of your'houso with tho insido varnished and flatkoatted. I havo tho goods with skilled workmen to apply them. YTho flood has inconvenienced me a little, but I roso with tho waters wearing a smiling faco and colors flying, and you will bo served promptly at tho samo 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 bo fore buying elsewhere. Planing Mill Work to Order MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky Think ihs ovey r Do you believe if Judgo Ahl had been true to tho "log cabin" tho Republican Fiscal Court would havo dared turned him out? While Tho care of babies, tho proper attention to tho dairy and wo enjoy the change, it looks just a little like the Court House clique cow stables, was urged and reasons illustrated by stereopticon had it in for tho Judge. views. Sympathy went out to tho baby who could not bo nourished by God's plan and instead had to be brought up on a bottle. Tho Republicans and Bull Moosers failed to "fuse" in Hancock. Tho Republicans offered tho Moosers every county offico if thoy Dr. Ileizer urged the necessity of concrete toilets for Clovorport. would go under tho ''log cabin." They answered: "Nnyl Nay!- No He made ihe dangers of tho open toilets so plain that everyone will log cabin in ourt." to keep the Hies from taking turn want to make the pits Clean-udav in Cloverport tomorrow! Mayor Barrv should bo about visiting these places and the home. No one can take a drink given the of every man, woman and child in the town. of water now without wondering if the cistern or well is free from u drainage from a toilet or stable on one's own premises or from his Join in tho crusade if it is only to pick up a piece of paper. neighbor's lot. If vou have a child going to school at C. II. S. give him fiftv cents or a dollar to contribute to tho concrete walk iund. Give the Dr. Heizer's lecture was received with so" much understanding that the Rev. Mr. "Walker, Prof. Culton, Mayor Barry, Mr. John D. children today something far better than you had yesterday. Babbage and others, expressed that the work of preserving health by Frank Dellaven has withdrawn from tho race for Sheriff. Ho cleanliness must be begun in Cloverport at once. Plans were made business was more important than that of tho to ask the School Board to build concrete toilets for the Cloverport decided that his dffico of Sheriff. High School and to make an eil'ort to get these sanitary conditions in the alleys and back yards of our town. Tho umbrella man was in town Monday, ahead of tho April showers that surely passed with tho flood. WHERE WORTH GETS STYLES. o Bill Downs, of Kirk, an Democrat, wants tho offico of M. Jacques Worth, whose brains gave the world the hobble, the Assessor. See his announcement. dircctoiic and other fashions from France, spoke to five hundred young women in New York last week on style. lie told them, too, Bo loyal to Cloverport and send a dollar to C. II. .S. concreto how ho got his inspiration for a late Oriontal gown. One day two walk fund. littlo apprentice girls playing on the stairs of his shop caught his eye and he asked ono where sho got the pretty waist. Out of hor littlo Thos. Jefferson Hook says his hat is still in the ring for Coucty old last year's waist, .she tells M. Jacques. In putting it on, tho child Judgo. had given it a certain careless twist to the collar, had a snip of lace, Sometimes tho man who is as week as Moses is as stubborn as a and a tuck pinned in it to make it fit. One glanco at this play waist and Worth dashes to his designing room and a now waist appears. mule This is tho way the designer gets styles. When ho was inspired for Mr. Babbago is at Ilardiusburg ovcry Monday. the hobble the littlo girl must havo been dressed up in a bolster slip. ily-pro- One of tho first remarks Dr. Heiser made was about big biscuits, and the women present decided to bo sure to get their biscuits small enough to bo digestable, they would have to cut them out with their thimbles. "Big biscuits, as large as a saucer, not cooked thoroughly and without crusts of brown, could not be digested by the human stomach," said Dr. Heiser. The Bull Moosers aro getting busy framing up a full county ticket. Thoso mentioned for places are Dr. S. P. Parks, for tho Legislature; Luke Reeves, for tho Stato Senate; Tito Adkins, for County Clork; Judgo Ahl, for County Judge, and M. Weathorholt, for Sheriff. llltllltlSlH I wBi0&&&KaB2 1 ho ci5 Ihe, MorveV c ,ybii earn, r Economy looks an up hill game when you first begin, and sometimes it IS an jjame; but it is the ROAD TO PROSPERITY, an! if (you can persevere in your small economies you will find this out. Your ,ex- travagance does not draw interest. Some day you will pay interest on yj present extravagance, ii you put mat money in tiie liAls'K. MOW, can some day afford to buy the luxuries you crave without missinj up-hi- ll n money. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trast Investments $600,000 00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburo;, Ky.' old-tim- k & om N fllVI JUNE ROSES. Miss Helen Keller attended tho International Flower Show in New Yorl; last week. Sho was allowed to touch tho flowers, readily identifying most of them by touch and smell. Tho motion pictures at this show wore wonders. Instead of wild West scenes pictures of ilower gardens in England, Holland, Germany and Japan were given. "With beautiful moving pictures, sweet music by a biir orchestra, and ten thousand roses, the show must havo been grand to tho thousands o who attended. Wonder how many roses we will have in Tho News homes this Juno? Ilardiusburg always hus a world of lovely roses and there aro sovoral gardens in Clovorport. Our town is rich with pink ramblers and it is worth living all winter just to sco them bloom in tho spring. Brock-enridg- HARNED Miss Nell Cashman, of Union A Texas Wonder :Rough hauling? 9 Star, was hero last week visiting friends. Mrs. Delia Baker was In Irvlneton Friday and Saturday visiting relatives and friends. Ham Cardeu, a hustling farmer of Basin Springs, was the guest of G. W. Payne and family Saturday and Sunday, Koads are getting good now, and autos ure beginning to run daily. Farmers aro busy getting ready to The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. K. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Advertisement. "I don't mind. a Studebaker -- This is Wagon9 that's why I bought it. I noticed that men were using the btudebaker where-eye- r the work was hard hauling steel girders in the city, logs in the woods, stone in the quarry." "My work is hard and I know it. My wagon is on my payroll and must earn its salary. That's why I bought a Studebaker. I can't afford to buy a cheaper one." "Get in touch with a Studebaker dealer, he's good man to know." a liugcics plant corn. THE FARMER'S THOUSAND DOLLARS. t "Wilbur Pile and Bruce Moorman A County Farm Improvement Association would bo a splendid organization for Breckenridgo county. Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain were in Fordsvllle Saturday. Mrs. Andrew Squires, who has been wiites of tho organization and wo publish hor article. Tho Crop Imbedfast for the past year, is no better provement Association of Chicago is giving out tho million dollars at this writing. from tho Rosenwald fund for tho farmers. Wo should think that t Albert Tucker was in uuusonvillc some of tho Boys' Corn Clubs could tako up tho matter and form an Saturday. association. Percy Macy was in Hardlnsburg Saturday. Miss May The rag tacking at Mrs. Sam Tuck, er's last Monday was well attended. At 4 o'clock the guests were Invited to the dining room where a bountiful lunch was served, thence to the parlor where excellent music was played. All left thanking Mrs. Tucker for such .a pleusant evening. Misses Patio Mac and Lillian Tucker are visitors at West View. Mr and Mrs. V. G. Goodman delight- Delirerr Vugons Farm Wagons Trucks Contractors' Wagons Runabout See our Dealer or write ut. Dump Wagons Surreys Harness STUDEBAKER NEW YORK ii I Tho "Bull Moose" leaders of tho Second Congressional District havo set down good and hard on tho proposition of fusion with tho Republicans for tho olliccs to bo filled this year, and havo issued a statement of ton reasons why. tho Progressives should hold themselves aloof from tho g. o. p. Tho statement is signed by E. G. Barrett, Progressive chairman of tho Second district. Tho reasons aro in brief, becauso tho Stato primary Jaw is against fusion; becauso tho Progressive Stato and national organization is opposed to Ht.becauso tho "Bull Moose-- havo cut looso from tho Republican party;becauso the fcyo. p. has no.fchangcd its policies; becauso the Jtapufclpan party in " MINNEAPOLIS Saturday for Cloverport, where they will reside. Sam Tucker was in Owensboro last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jas. Tucker. Andrew Squires made a business trip to Basin Springs Saturday. - Pile spent a few days fully entertained the young folks. Satnear Garfield as the guest of Miss Ger- urday night. The string band from t trude Alexander. West View came out and gave them Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Watts left here some excellent music. ir South Bend, Ind. CITY xA,? J,ALLAS KANSAS SAN FRANCISCO CITY DENVER PORTLAND, OKJsV Miss Gertrude Alexander Is the nie Beauchamp, Gertrude Alexander pleasant visitor of Miss Alma Pile this and Bessie U Weatherford were in Hardlnsburi,' Saturday. week. ' Contractor and Miss Nancy Board, of Garideld, is Shu 114 Sum, iNrk Ihhm wit't bra Cumber and, i'boae CIom the charming guest of Miss Bessie B. The worst eases, no ouMsr of bow long sUadiny, re cured by the wonderful, eld isUaUe Dr. Kswiuattw furnished for all Weatherford. Porter's AMteeetic HeJiu OB. It rttievM work, write or pltojie we at Miss May File, Lelan Butler, Nan- - las(i)taa)attbeaaKUaK. Henry G. Yea Juil ' 1 X-- Y t,,$L. , .. 3As&&&;. . AaH a-.- . Igjtj iiiiaS 'Afcfa - VruiW:U t,.tjL 'sTPr"-!pWi'!- l ip-- vjfajpMpjpi li - JR6 Breckenridge News 23, 1913 Ky Report of the Condition of WEDNESDAY, APR. The Bank of Clover port Doing business at the town of Clover-pocounty of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, at the cloge of business on April 4, 1013. RESOURCES. $13,605 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un130 secured Stocks, Bonds and other se- 00 surities Due from Banks Cash on hand rt, ntrcd nt the Post Offllce at Olorcrort, as second class matter' Beautiful Millinery and Magnificient Values Just Unpacked Whothor you arc a customer op not, makes no dllcrencc, if you aro not ready to buy, you may have tho plcasuro of looking at tho now patterns, shapes and trimmings just received. Sirs.1 Slater's taste and efiiciency has aroused tho cnthusiasiarfj of all my regular customers. Information or service is gladly given you and 1 snail no doiighteu to show you my now goods. They aro so fresh, so attractive, so decidedly now. c, Vacuum 1 mr Carpet Sweeper 11 h THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE BEjgjjjlJJ GGBEnrHJI1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 21 03 I SIIE only vacuum sweeper! in tbo world thnt runs a real carpet sweeper in combination with tho vacuum cleaner, and with tho possibility of detaching tho carpet Hwccper from tho framo and using cither holds Tho Sweeper-Va- c icp-aratcly, f GENERAL OFFICES Every Woman's Checks and other cash items. Banking House, Furniture & 1,347 Fixtures $ 2.50 Other Assets not included For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices I 6.00 under any of above heads.. 138 For State and District Offices..'..! 15.00 f71,752 Total 10 For Calls, per line LIABILITIES. 10 For Cards, per line Capital Stock pain in, in cash.f 15,000 in the interFor All Publications 2,366 Surplus Fund est of individuals or expression Undivided Profits, loss ex562 10 penses and taxes paid of individual views per line Deposits subject $32,520 O4 to check Time Deposits. 21,232 4!5 Cashier's checks RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 00 20,385 03 0,167 32 18 .'19 53 12 Attention Miss Evelyn Hicks, Cloverport, Ky. Good Farm For Sale. 83 For Sale ISO acres Rood land. Improvement, six room dwelling; two pood burnt; a 00 flno water j 50 acres In timber; 75 acres cleared bottom at 00 ty road, laud. SituatedSt. Tar Fork on coun5 miles from Mary's church and ono mtlofrom Methodist and liaptUt church. Two Rood school houses within ono mile. Note Advertisers plcnsu notify tho editor 97 I'rlco 11.250. Tho timber rlRlitly handled will when you want advertisement discontinued. Pay for It. Wrlto or come J.tosioni at Tar II. JACKSON. vranis-f- i a For Sale tlro SALn-Ilubber- J?3eK5?3&Sf3c. outstanding.. 62 37 53 823 86 LOCAL BREVITIES F J STEPHENSPQR T W. II. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was In town Monday. Rev. W. H. F, Jones illlod his appointment here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Newsom Gardner, of Irvington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Barbee Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Payne and daughter, Esther, are in Louisville this week buying millinery goods. Burman Dow ell was here Sunday. Ho has accepted a position as operator in Owensboro. COIt COlt 1 U. Phaeton. I'haoton. Mrs. It. Ncwsoiu, Cloverport, Ky. For Sale SALK lt .Laces and embroideries Nolte's. New slippers for ladies at Nolte's. Beautiful new hats at Mrs. Cordrey's. Mrs. Jim Haynes, of Custer, is very ill. Rugs 0x12, only $5.00. Nolte's. Mrs. N. &. Arnold went to Irvington last week.. Good line of post cards at Nolte's. New hats at Mrs. James Cordrey's this week. All kinds of seed Irish potatoes at Bring your average tobacco samples Nolte's. Thursday and Friday, April 24 and 2.", R. D. StClair, Webster, was in Ir- to Squires and Miller. vington Monday. Mrs. Will Pate gave a dinner party Everybody likes Nolte's candy it is Thursday In compliment to Mrs. Hargood. ry Hills, of Richmond. Stuart Babbage has returned home The Honr Jas. Withers, Messrs C. V. from Irvlngton. Robertson, J. A. Monarch and B. W. of Miller were here Friday. Handsome, new line Cordrey's. millinery at Mrs. M. M. Jarboe, of McDaniels, went to was in Louis- Louisville Monday. Farmers are very Miss Eula McCracken busy in his neighborhood. ville Saturday. ' pants. Nolte's. Mr. Francis T. Knue, of IndianapoGood line of men's lis, Ind., is visiting his son, Rev. Sterrett Jarboe has returned home Father Knue, at McQuady. from Stanton, Ky. Misses Edith Hunter and Graddy New vegetables and fruits ht Nolte's. Hunter, of Versailles, are visiting Master Mechanic Jas. B. Randall Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps. was in St. Louis Friday. Joseph Ballman, Jr., came in the Straw hats for men, boys and chil- - Breckenridge News office Monday and Iren at Nolte's. joined the county boys' corn club. Vacuum cleaner for rent 20 cents Rev. T. C. Gebauer, of Henderson, PSn hour. Mrs. Robert Polk. will lecture Friday night at the PresThomas Landrith and family have byterian church. Stereoptlcon viewsloved here from Hardinsburg. Dr. Crenshaw, of Versailles, was here Ladies' misses' and children's new Sunday the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Nolte's 'parasols David Phelps, enroute to Independence, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Crutcher, Web Mo. ster, were In Louisville Monday. Mr. Barney Squires and daughter, Crox stair carpet or hall runner at Cathleen, and Mrs Robt. Hendrick, of Hardinsburg, were in Louisville last Nolte's. Mrs. Thos. Adkisson, of Irvington, week. Mrs. J. C. Nolte and daughter, Miss Is visiting her daughter, Mrs R. N. Eloise Nolte, were In Louisville last Penick ColUr bands for men's shirts. Nol- week to attend the funeral of Mr ttel te's. Culley. ronrj Sylvester Glasscock has bought a Mrs. Frank Mattingly and Mrs. Wal went to Louisville last midget flouring mill for Custer. Ho has lace Mattingly one in successful operation at Mcweek. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Ver- Daniels.. Mrs. Roscoe Laslie and Mrs. Id sailles, have been visiting Mrs. JohnD. Sipes, of Qwensboro', left Monday night Gregory. for Leitchfield to visit theirsister, Mrs Miss Donna Elizabeth Ross spent the week-en- d at Holt with Miss Lucile Mary GolT. Mrs. Ira Behen, Misses Eva and Edith Hardin. Plank attended the funeral of their Mrs James B. Randall eft Mouday aunt, Mrs. George Plauk, in Owens-bor- o for New York to.speud a fortnight with Friday. her sister. R. T. Hamilton, Paulman and othMr. William Young, Deer Creek, ers, of Roberts Bottom, wore in Ind,, called last week and renewed his last week selling tobacco. ,!ji.hscriDtlon. Prices were not very satisfactory. rs. Charles Waggoner, of Stephens- Announcement has been received by l, was the guest of Miss Bertha Mr. A. H, Murray of the arrival of Ith Friday. line son at the home of Mr and Mrs. of Hawesville, Claude Murray at Williamson. W. Va. Ir. Clarence Sterrett, Int to Dayton, Ohio, last week to Mrs. Simon Beavin visited the Bit his son. Breckenridge News office Monday to renew her subscription, and said she just could not get along without the paper. Mrs. Harvey Stone, of East St. Louis, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Babbage. Mr. Stone has a position with the Belle Telephone ComH 1 pany In that city. 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. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Tryjt. Mrs. Walter Sherman and daughter, Elizabeth, of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. John ARTIFICIAL TEETH Burks and daughter, Eleanor, of Louv can be successfully made. To one isville, and Mrs. Chas, Moorman, Jr., twho understands his profession, the of Versailles, are visiting their parconstruction of such teeth is easily acW, H. Bowmer. complished. If your teeth arc in ents, Mr. and Mrs. such a condition that mid-summ- $71 752 83 Total State of Kentucky cct ' County of Breckenridge J We, A. A. Simons and Paul Lewis, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. A. A. Simons, President. Paul Lewis, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of April IOI3. Correct Attest: Ray Lewis Heyser, Notary Public. My commission expires March 15, l9l4,'or at the end of the next session of the Senate. Wash Dresses. Wash Dresses and Cout-suforsiiiall woman. Prices cheap. For Information, V.. 00 News ollfce. Wanted yT Hour mill. Hough, Ky. Head Miller Second-han- d trial offer allows you to prove these statements nt our expense. This combination Sweeper-Va- c gives three machines in one: (i) Combination acuiun cleaner and carpet sweeper. (2) Vacuum cleaner nlone. (3) Carpet sccpcr alone. It will be most generally used in its combination form. The little carpet sweeper in itself i most efficient, and used separately is so easy to "just brush up with" and get under low furniture. For the most thorough denning the combination must be used. There is only one genuine "Sweeper-Vac.- " If it is not manufactured by the Pncuvac Co,, it is not a "Sweeper-Vac,- " nor is it protected by United States basic patent 996,810. Avoid imitations, purchase no machine without the name "Sweeper-Vac- " stencilled in gold on its top. For free trial or further information write to ji -- because it does gather every particle of thread, lint and bnir, and docs rcmovo from a cupful to a quart of solid dirt from a rug after it has been beaten or otherwise cleaned. TiOur free Mrs, R. T, Polk, Agent, Pneuvac Go,, Cloverport, Ky. ANTEI)Uead miller to tuko charge of Wrlto Orcen Iiros., Falls of For Sale Miscellaneous For 25c will send you. postpaid, -5 collar hands for Men's shirts, makes coliar fit perfectly. J. O. N'olto & Uro Cloverport, Ky. I ADIESI $i 25 To s RL - Mr. and Mrs. Richard McAfee went to Union Star Sunday. Misses Cecil and Marian Dlx were dinner guests of Miss Emaree Bandy Sunday. W. J. Schopp is moving back into his store on the corner. Eugene Connor went to Cloverport Sunday to see his son, Lionel Connor. Mrs. Letitia Robertson is ill. Miss Ada Merritt has returned from New Albany after being the guest of her uncle, Geo. Merritt. Mrs. Nannie Sills has returned from Naples, Italy. Mrs. A B. McKaughan, of Cloverport. was here to see Archie McKaughan, who is ill. Miss Vera Tinius and Miss Julia Fella, of Holt, attended church here Sunday. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill Try it. Mrs. Wickliffe Steward, of Evans-villwas the guest of Mrs. G. W. Payne last week New millinery opening at Mrs. Payne's next Saturday, the 26th. Dr. and Mrs Shlvely and daughter were in Owenshoro last week. Mr. Bert Cunningham, of Che'nault, and Nannie Lee Gardner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner Saturday Gus Dutschke and family were guests of his father, Julius Dutschke, of Holt, Sunday. See the pretty parasols for ladies nt Payn&'s, just the color to match your dress e, For Sale Lumber. (OU SALE Lumber. Can furnish a man finv hill lin mnv nnnt. Plum rTiiKnlln. ' Tar Fork, Ky. For Sale Traction Engine Louisville and Return via I FOR Engine. Splendid condition. Iteason for soiling am Installing gas engine. Call or write Jas. J. Burk, Cloverport. TT VTANTED-0- 1d SALE Ono Humbly pound at Nowsoftlco. Wanted Old Rags. rags. Prlco 3tf cents per H. &. ST". L Ft. Dr. Jesse Baucum PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-- R RESIDENT Sunday, Apr. 27 Train Leaves Cloverport 7:09 a. m. returning Leaves Louisville 8:30 p. m. Tickets Good on Ky. Office Opposite Gibson's Drug Store Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky HARDINSBURG Special Train Only For Further Information "ASK THE AGENT" I JUMMI'UnWCIIWTO.3 I Continued from page i Misses Niram Willett and Hallie Brown. Dr. If. E. Royalty has been In Louisville visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Royalty. Miss May Watllngton is at home after I Are You House Gleaning? i teaching eight months in Irvington. Steel safety deposit boxes for rent, the rent is reasonuble and might be the means of saving your valuable papers from lire or burglary. The l'armers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Eli Potts and children, of Louisville, are the guests ot Mrs. Lizzie A little something new for the home makes it look like another place. Wo have everything to make your dwelling place comfortable and beautiful. Mc-Gar- y. Mrs. Henry Trent, of Custer, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls. Piles Cured in 6 to Your drusRist will refund money if VAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, llleedingor Protruding P'lesinC to 14 days. The first application gives Las and Kcst. GOc. i. Days Carpets, Rugs, Scrim and Swiss Curtains, Table Covers, Pillow Tops and Pretty Draperies for summer. HawUouio Ikulbpiouds, Table Linens, Guest Towels and Bath clothes. Fancy China, Lamps and Fine Advertising money-makin- g ro 11 entertainments for Clubs, Lodges, School Churches, Leagues, Etc., are charged for at the regular rates. Pointers and special notices Friday. of ads are paid matter. Do Miss Nell Cashman, of Union Star, Is Not ask the Publisher, Report- visiting friends In and near Hnrned. A. C. Glasscock and daughter, Miss er or Correspondents to inLillian Glasscock, of McDaniels, were sert advertisements gratis. d, H. M. Beard and Jubal Hook, Jr., wont to Rough Creek fulling Friday. Mrs. Robuit Hendrick is in Louisville vjiting Mrs. W. B. Huston. Mrs. Sam Morgan, of Pullu of Rough, was a visitor in town lat-- t weuk. Alviu Withers, Murray Davis, Kirk; S. II. Davis and Bruce Moorman, Ilar-nefour of the counties business men, were in town last Friday. T F. Brown, merchant from McDaniels, was in town ou business last Glassware Brighten Your Home with a New Clock or a Piece of Handsome Furniture -- All Kinds of Paint JOHN D. BABBAGE MMpLeHKJ THE FLYING AGE "zr- - jST kv , FALSE TEETH ARE A NECESSITY do not hesitate to have them for we are prepared to make and fit them in the most approved manner and guar- antee satisfaction. 1 1 W. A. WALKER, Dentist UwMiffeurg, Ky. OWsitVHbkHy Uruudeuburg team and defeated them town Saturday they played the Brandenburg CD. I'ayne, of Jones, team here. Tho score was b to 0 In fa Saturday. vor of our boys. Miss Mayme Muttingly, who is atMUs Lizzie Eakridge is able to be out tending business college in Kvnnsvllle, after being confined to her home foi is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mnrcia six weeks with rheumatism. Mattingly. Notice. Raymond and Tom Dowel! spent Mn and Mrs. Abel Gllliogwater, cf Sunday in Garfield with their parents, Irvington, were the guests of friends At the meeting of the School Board Chas, Moorraao, of Vanaut, was the In town Saturday. of Cloverport District No, 1, to be held guest of Miss Eliza Miller Sunday at Miss Mattie Held, of Howling Green, on Friday, April 26, the teachers for her home near town. was the guest last week of Mr. and ensuing year will be elected. AH the To Cure a Cold In One Day "How old la Do Swift's youngest Mrs. Mary Heston and Miss Asm Mrs. Joe H. Pile In Washington, and applications should be in on or before child T" Take LAXATIYE BROMO Quinine. It tep bt Cough tad Headache and work off the Cold. while there attended with them a, re Kincheloe spent Saturday in Irvlsgtoi R. L. Oelze, that elate. "It can't be more than a year old. DrurgUU refund money If it fall to cure. Secretary School Boatd. E. W. GKOVE'S algsutuie oa each box. Kc ception given by President Wilton In the guests of Mrs. J. C. Payne, It's luBt learnluK to flv" . was, in in town last Wednesday and Thursday. J. M. Howard, ono of Glen Dean's business men, was in town last Thurs day. Matt Lancaster, soliciting agent for the Louisville Warehouse Co., has been In our midst. Mercer & Mercer aud stenographer, Miss Fanuv Whittlngbill, spent Thursday In Cloverport. ( II. C. Murray, Gus Brown and Allen R. Kincheloe were in Cloverport last Thursday on legal business. Miss Esther Meador spen Saturday and Sunday at her home in Cu iter. Mrs. Abe Compton, of Garfield, was the guest ot Mrs. Davis Do well last Thursday. Messrs. Ezra, Frank and , Austin Dowell, three of Garfield's farmers, were in town on business last week. Kqbert A. Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Orrin I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. General Merchandise Hardin. Mrs. John M. SUUiman entertained at 6 o'clock Thursday evening Misses Lillian Beard, Margaret Peyton, Messrs. 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Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. u Notice to Those Who Write For The Breckenridge News Persons who send articles to the Breckenridge News, kindly take pains to make them plain and on paper of reasonable size. Wrapping paper is not convenient to handle on a type case or desk. Always sign name. Give the Little Plgi a Chaneo. A trough for the pigs arranged with V shaped partitions set Btrongly In tbo (rough would tdve the little fellows an equal show with tho big ones and the weaker ones could get their share of food. A bandy man can make such a trough arrungemeut In an hour or so. Farm Progress. A Subsidy. "1 seo so much In tbo nowspapers bout subsidies. What does a subsidy mean, Prank?" "A Subsidy, (irace, Is where 1 give you $25 for going to seo your mother Instead of having her come to see you." Judge. Tbe Old Standard aeaertl tircastbtaiar tealc, GKOVE'STASTELESScUllTOmCdrlTWOut MUrU tad build up the tjrsUra. A true tenia Aiui lure Appetiser. For adults uul cUUrea. Mc. Far Wtakaes aad Lata ef Appetite lote a lot moro monay." "Not at all. When Culver arrives" "Oh, that Is what I want to talk over with you," Mrs. Keap broko In, nervously. "Then It isn't about tho You ore not angry?" Speed brightened amazingly. "I'm not exactly angry; I'm surprised and grieved. Of course, I can't forgive deceit I daro Bay I am moro particular than most people." "But you won't tell?" Mrs. Keap indicated in soma subtlo manner that sho was not nbovo making terms, whereupon her companion declared, warmly: "I'm yours for Hfol Ask BY THE P1AYBT mo for my watch, my right eye, anything! I'll give it to you!" "I nssuro you I sha'n't ask anything so important as that, but I shall ask a favor." "Nnmo it and it is yours!" Speed wrung the hand she offered. COPYRIGHT 391Q JT HARPER & BROTHERS "And perhaps I can do moro than l tell you what happened to Humpy Joo, keep silent although I don't seo what CHAPTER VI. good it will do. Perhaps I can help your predecessor?" "It must havo been an accident, your suit." doesn't look much llko Judging from his name." At which "Gracious lady, all I ask Is that you storehouse, docs it?" Miss Blake tittered. Sho was growing thrust but your foot and trip up paused In her task, to enjoy theso passages at arms; they Berkeley Fresno whenever he starts Beating herself upon toward her. Put him out of the play, thrilled her vaguely. . l rt A A iP DUU1U1U tllU n..H.n.lt ML n DkViriUUUCl, "Tho only accident connected with and I shall bo tho happiest man in scrutinized with satisfaction the affair was that Still Bill and Wil- tho world." tho transformation wrought lie didn't have their guns." "Agreed." by a myriad of college flags, "Now, In what way can I serve GlaBs started nervously. "Did theso cushions, colored rummies want to shoot hlm?"ho in- you?" sofa shawls, and bunting. Mrs. Keap becamo embarrassed, quired. Roberta Keap dropped her hammer "Certainly," said Fresno. "Ho lost a while tho same shadowy trouble that with an exclamation of pain. had been observed of lato settled upon "Ouch!" she cried, "I've hurt my Walllng- - her. In spite of his assurance, J. thumb. I can't hit where I look when "I simply hato to ask it," sho said, ford Speed felt a tremor of anxiety, "but I supposo I must. There seems people aro talking." "Why don't you pin them up?" but he laughed it off, saying: to be no other way out of It." TurnIn this ing to him suddenly, "One would think a queried Miss Blake sweetly. "A ham. sho said, In a country was a pearl necklace." mer Is so dangerous." low, Intense voico: "I I'm in troucowboys ain't good losers, ble, Mr. Speed, such dreadful trou"These Mrs. Keap mumbled something, but her enunciation was Indistinct, owing eh?" queried GlasB. ble!" "It's win or die out here." to the fact that her thumb was in her "Oh, I'm bo sorry!" ho answered During the ensuing pause Mrs. Keap her, with genuine solicitude. "You mouth. Helen finished tying a bow of ribbon upon the leg of a stool, took occasion, to call Speed aside. needn't havo made any conditions. 1 patted it Into proper form, then said: "I have something to contribute to the would havo dono anything I could for training-quarterif you will help mo you." "It looks cheerful." bring it out," said she. "And restful," added Jean. "That's very kind, for I don't liko Tbe young man bowed. "Most glad- our air of conspiracy, but" Mrs. Keap "Oh dear!" Jean descended from her was wringing her slender hands "I precarious position and admitted, "I'm ly." "We'll be back In a little while," Just can't tell tho girls. You you can tired out" All that morning the three had la- tho chaperon announced to the oth- help me." Speed allowed her tlmo to grow bored, busily transforming the store ers, and a moment later, when she and for Speed, Speed had reached the veranda of the calm, when she continued: room Into training-quarter"I I am engaged to bo married." who had declared that such things , house, she paused. "I I want to speak to you," sho "Felicitations!" were not only cuBtomary but neces-sary. To be sure, it adjoined the bunk-roo- began, hesitatingly. "It was Just an "Not at all," said the young widow, wretchedly. "That Is the awful part where the cowboys slept, and excuse." Wally looked at her with concern, of It. I am engaged to two men!" Sho there were no gymnastic appliances to was the only for it was plain that she was deeply turned her brown eyes full upon him; give It character, but it they were strained and tragic. space available, and what it lacked in troubled. "What is it?" Speed felt himself impelled to laugh horizontal bars, dumb-belland In"I have been trying to get a word Immoderately, but Instead he obdian clubs it more than compensated alone with you ever since I heard served, in a tone to relieve her anxa window-seat- , for by a The young man iety: about this chilled with apprehension as Mrs.. "Nothing unusual in that; It has Keap turned her dark eyes upon him been done before. Even I have been searchlngly. "Why do you want to prodigal with my affections. What can run?" I do to relieve tho congestion?" "To win back tho cowboys' treas"Please don't make light of it. It ure. My heart is touched," he de- means so much to me. I I'm in love clared, boldly. Mrs. Keap smiled. with Jack Chapln." "I bellevo the latter, but aro you "With Jack!" sure you can win?" "Yes. When I camo here I thought I cared for somebody else. Why, I "I didn't know you were a sprin- wanted to come here Just because I ter." knew that that somebody else had Speed shrugged his shoulders. been invited too, and we could be to"Havo you had experience?" gether." "Oceans of it!" "And ho couldn't come " Mrs. Keap mused for a moment "Wait! And then, when I got here, "Tell me," said she, finally, "at what I met Jack Chapln. That was less than game did you run a week ago, and yet In that short timo last?" I havo learned that he 1b the only "I didn't run last; I ran first." It man I can over love the one man In was impossible to resent the boy's all the world." smile. "And you can't accept because you "Then at what game did you last have a previous engagement. I seel Pinned the Medals Upon His Chest. run? I hope I'm not too curious?" Jove! It's quite dramatic. But I don't "Oh no, not at all!" Speed stamand many cushions. Speed had expressed hlB delight with the idea, and mered. agreed to wait for a glimpse of It. "Or, if It is easier, at what college Of all tho denizenB of tho Flying gameB did you first run?" Mrs. Keap Heart but two failed to enter fully In- was laughing openly now. to tho spirit of the thing. Berkeley "Why tho clear, ringing, rippling Fresno looked on with a cynicism laughter?" asked the young man, to which he was too wise to display be- cover his confusion. fore Miss Blake. Seeing the lady of "Because I think It Is very funny." his dreams monopolized by a rival, "Oh, you do!" Speed took refuge behowever, Inspired him to sundry activ- hind nn attitude of unbending dignity, ities, and he spent much of his time but the young widow would have none among the cowboys, whom ho found of it. profitable to the point of mystery. "I know all about you," said she. Mrs. Keap, tho youthful chaperon, "You are a very wonderful person, of seemed likewise mastered by some course; you are a delightful fellow at , private trouble, and puzzled her com- a and a most suitable Inpanions vaguely. Helen reported that dividual generally, but you aro not an she did not sleep, and once Jean found athlete, In spite of those beautiful her crying softly. She seemed, more- clothes in your trunk." . over, to bo apprehensive, in a tremul"Who told you?" ous, reasonless way; but when with "Culver Covington." "You'll Be a Dead Athlete If You friendly sympathy they brought the "I didn't know you two were acDon't Beat This Cook." subject up, she dismissed It. In spite quainted." see why you aro so excited? If the of secret tears, alio had lent willing Mrs. Keap flushed. "Ho told mo all hands to the decoration of tho gym- about you long ago. You wear all tho other chap Isn't coining " "But he is! That Is what makes It nasium, and now nursed her Bwollen athletic clothes, you know nil tho talk, you havo tried to make tho team a bo dreadful! If those two men should thumb with surprising good nature. "Shall wo let them In?" she In- dozen times, but you are not even a meet" Mrs. Keap burled her face in quired. "We have done all wo can." substitute. You aro merely tho Var- her hands and shuddered "there "Yes; wo havo finished." sity Culver calls you would bo a tragedy, they aro both so frightfully Jealous." She began to " In a flutter of anticipation Jean and 'tho put tho final touches to their con- tremble, and Speed laid a comforting Helen "Columbus has discovered our task, while Mrs. Keap stepped to tno tinent!" said Speed. "You aro a very hand upon her shoulder. "I think you must bo exciting yourdoor and called Speed. wise chaperon, and you must have a self unduly," said he. "Jean's other He came at once, followed by Larry corking memory for names, but oven frlendB didn't come. There's nobody r Glass, who, upon grasping tho scheme a is better than a " balquarter-back.of decoration, smote his brow and He nodded toward tho duo now but Culver Cov who It Is J" Roberta raised "That's , anced dizzily upon his heels. Speed whence they had come. her pallid face as the young man fell was lost In admiration. "You haven't told anybody?" back. 4 ejaculated the It's wonderful!" "Not yet." "Culver! Great Scott! Why, he's young athlete. "Those collego flags futurity "Yet," he quoted. "The give it Just the right touch. And see Implied in that word disturbs me. engaged " "What!" " tho Suppose you and I keep It for a. little "Nrthtag! I I Speed paused, QlaBS regained his voico sufficiently secret? Secrets are very delightful at an utter loss for words. to murmur, sarcastically, "Say, ain't at "You. see, ue'ii discover tae iruia. this a drum?" "Don't you consider your action de"Does he kuow you are here?" Berkeley Frecno, drawn by tho Irre- ceitful?" "No.. I intended to surprise bias. I My motto Is 'We strive sistible magnetism of Miss Blake's "Not at all. was Jealous. I couldn't bear to think presence, wandered in and ran his to please.'" of his being here with other girls eyes over the room. "Think of Helen." That's why I any- men are so deceitful! "Why all the colors?" asked he. "That's It; I can't think ef "You can sing best where there 1b a thing else! She's mad about athletics,, consented tp act as chaperon to Helen. piano. I can trala best under the and I had to do seaaethiag to stand oK And sow to think that I should have met ay fate.ln Jaek Chaste!" taaor," shadow of college emblems. I am a this weight-liftin"I sea. You want bm to break tbe temperamental athlete." aay woaaV a wwsaa distrust "Ja it sew to Culver." "You'll be a dead athlete tf you every mn ha nWed Oj "No! ao!" tin. Keap was; aghast, dea't beat this eook." The California ehaaerea. "Helea taif kt ferflv yea, "If be evea sasaeeted the tnttk he'd I aacnr. "I84IH exelained hi rival, air- "oVliUotiiftkal I ttSw Uat ily. I'M deiac." CeUnu4 oa Paga 7 Umm wwWh to "YouvwlU "Thftt'u what I roMMrtAd. DU Uwjr .aLMBk ttmk. Forth Walls ami CeUIaga of foot-race- ? Homes, Churches Offices, Schools. Ideal oolor aohMsea for every roeaa la tbe houae. Dlfrnited, subdued, bar monioua effects for the church. Cheerful, bright interior, that attracta and pleasea tenants for the office. Quiet, restful toaea that make school a pleasant place for both teacher and pupils. The plain directions on can each eaay stake Ptt'Ott per-feto apply With success. Flat-koatt "fflWflESTn) et PEE-GE- E FLATKOATT Co. IJuZaV THIS Aak our dealer in your town for "Motttrn Mtthoi of FinUhingWalU" our beautiful book of color schemes for all interiors, and many pracFREE on request. tical helpful Mifcir Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish. , vyi ' " Louisville, Ky. iaHHlJBBCaKVBai Marion Weatherholt, Cloverport, Ky. 11 fcKft BitaB L.flLaMi foot-race.- " foot-rac- e aiiiVSSai?iVKnES?PaV s IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ' 1 s " tn "PiSSMall 1II1II B ABSOLUTELY psc-- -, 111 'jLjJMpSJM8SiMSJB t III. HI nili IHJIPJi ITEo LaaLaLaHT vmv pr nni? EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY IQliBiBiBELa&eH 1 Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other exceptionally cosey-corne- r, foot-race.- " and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elccnntly Furnished Rooms with hot nml The Cafe Is In chnrco of Ktperts and tho CI ftft cuUino ami service Is unevcellcd. Our culil ruimlncwatorund privato 1,uu European Ice, low toilet, per day person from 12:00 to Cftp Table d'hote lunche-2:00p. m., per pursou Table d'dote dinner, from 0:C0 to CI !A.vv 8:00 p. m., per persou Q7 rt Large Simple Rooms with Rjlhsktller open from 4 OOp. m. to 1.00a.m. 1 nvute Bath, per d.iy Music by the Finest Orchestra in the City 1 CI) rieeantly Furnished Rooms with Private Bath, perday nnd J.UU $Z.OO, first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are rrloe&nro most moderate. but rlioice of club breakfast, each sen $.50 fi""' 3.JU (r ou' Reservations should bo made CCO. SCHENCK, Ass"t Mer. nnd heneer possible. ROBT. B. JONES, Manacer. inter-collegiat- e IIotki, Pxttiv, Chattanoogi, Tcnn., ' Atlanta, Ga., under uamo mnnagen-tn- t Hotel Anslet (opcnMny 12, 1913), and ownership. A FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP!"" FIRST Because it is u good farm, fertile land, lays well, eliehtly rolling, does not wash; nearly every aero is tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lying on northern hill side, r Breckinridge county : It is in the garden spot of QK OrAAJ.IX.L , n ! cn t iniiu uii u u oiuua cuiia iiuui iu cur uu uviu, iv THIRD It is near tho railroad. ci;T-YVT- house-party- ij Ifc fc cnitnTH. FIFTH Krows wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow peas contf"ns 200 acres and is cheap. It will prodl year, if rightly farmed, nearly half its cd Labor plentiful and cheap. Writo in one JNO. D. BABBAGJ Cloverport, Ky. cheer-leade- head-yeller- .' $4,200 Price $4,200 tlt head-yelle- glee-clu- b " bunk-house- Ask the Farmer Who Has One Y cosey-cornor!- M house-parties- .' swell-lookin- g what wonders tbe Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 4 Protects tho home 1 Soils my products 5 Helps the boufcswifi 2 Gets tho best prices 6 Increases profit 3 Brings supplies 1 Fays for itself over and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be interested and mb4 today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. unrFrnfai( ,i',yti coun&mr A g th .?" 4.,u..n ttt SJ wh Try a News Want AcL LARGE REWARD FOR HONESTY DRESS FOR YOUNG GIRL Li COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Brcckenridge Circuit tucky. E. F. Shellman Court, Kenis fl Going Entire Fortune of Eccentric Man Left to Young Qlrl Who Withstood Temptation. A wealthy man died in Brussels, leaving nearly the whole of his fortuno to a young woman who was entirely unacquainted with him. Ho was a very eccentric man, and sot out, Hko Diogenes, In search of an honest man. Ills "tub" was nn omnibus, and his lantern a small coin. In tho omnibus ho took his scat near tho conductor, and always Bliowcd hlmsolf very obliging, passing up tho money of passengers and returning tho chnngo, but to tho lattor he always mannged to add a franc, or a Then ho would watch thoso to whom It camo. Thoy would count It carofullyj notlco the extra coin, and invariably slip it into their pockets. No ono thought of tho poor, conductor, whoso meager salary of three francs a day could 111 sparo such a loss. Dut at last a young woman passed hers back with: "Conductor, you have given me half a frano too much." "Diogenes," delighted, followed her homo, mado Inquiries, and as tho answers wore satisfactory, made his will In her favor, though he never gavo was her warning that her going to bring her a million. hnlf-franhalf-fran- c PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR made from choice winter wheat with leavening which is pure nnd wholesome. A strictly phosphate leavening Is used and the residue left in the bread bv baking U phosphate of soda nnd phosphate of cal cuim salts of unquestioned dietic value. ACCURACY, RELIABILITY1 AND UNIFORMITY are the only words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Raising Flour is used Scientifically and accurately mixed by our specially designed machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to have tho proper ingredients. Gl-- it a trial. e f 'Vv Some A Romance of Strenuous Affection Suggested by the Play by Rex I&ach and Paul Armstrong Illustrated by Edgar Bert Smith Bv REX BEACH Copyright, lull), by llarpor A Urotbcra Continued from page 6 become a raging Hon. Oh, I've boon quite distracted ovor slnco Jnck loft!" "Well, what nm I to do 7 You must bavo some part laid out for mo?" "I have. A desperate situation a despernto remedy. I'vo lost all conscience. That's why I agreed to protect you If you'd protect mo." "Go ahead." Culver Is your friend." ' ro closer than a chord In G." ,,. ''Then you must wire him " . ,f J. uuvu i; V to como." "Not "What!" J. Walllngford Speed Btart-cas If a wasp had stung him. "You must wlro him at onco not to como. I don't caro what excuse you give, but stop him. Stop him!" Speed reached for a pillar; ho felt that the porch was spinning slowly beneath his feet. "Oh, soo hero, now! I can't do that!" "You promised!" cried Mrs. Keap, fiercely. "I havo tried to think of something to tell him, but I'm too frightened." "Yes, but but I want him hero Wally Bwallowed for this bravely. " stormed the widow, Indignantly. "Would you allow an Insigto wreck nificant thing like a a human life? Two human lives? Three?" "Can't you wire him?" Mrs. Keap stamped her foot. "If he dreamed I was here ho would hire a special train. No! It must come from you. You aro his best friend." "What can I say?" demanded the bewildered Speed, unhappily. "I don't care what you say, I don't care what you do only do something, and do it quickly before he has time to leave Chicago." Then sensing the hesitation in her companion's face: "Or perhaps you prefer to have Helen know the deceit you havo practiced upon her? And I fancy these cowboys would resent the Joke, don't you? What do you think would happen if ey discovered their champion to bo r rely a with a trunkful new clothes, who can't do a siu- sport not one?" e Wait!" Speed mopped his brow th a silk handkerchief. '11 do my best." Then I shall do my part." And Mrs. Keap, who could not bear decep tion, turned and went indoors while J. Walllngford Speed, a prey to sundry M misgivings, stumbled down the steps, bis head in a whirl. IT 1 d foot-race- ." "Foot-race!foot-rac- e cheer-leadeout-do- Look to Your Plumbing. You know what happens in a housa In which the plumbing Is in poor condition everybody in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever. The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human body as the nlumbinc does for the house, and they should be kept In first class condition all the time. If vou have any trouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv. CONGRESS WILL AID OHIO CITIES. The simplest stylo of dress this, and one of tho nicest for everyday wear. Our model is in fine nut brown scrgo. Tho bodico and skirt aro cut separately and aro joined to tho same waist band; two tucks are mado In each on both sides of front, thoy aro stitched part way down; tho Blcoves are sot in largo nrmholes with r collar and wrapped seams; a silk bow finish tho neck. Material required for tho dress: yards 4G inches wldo. 2 turn-ove- 0. After visiting tho cities of Hamilton and Dayton, Senator Atleo Poraerene, who was here, en route to Washington, said that he was of the opinion that Congress should and would pass a bill providing an appropriation for the relief of the devastated districts of Ohio. He said that he was very much impressed by what he had seen, and that the nation, state and tho individual should assist In rehabilitating the fortunes lost in the rush of waters, not in the literal sense, but in the interests of humanity. "The conditions at Hamilton and Dayton beggar description," said the senator. "Tho greatest problem will come after the reaction has set In, and I hope that the good people of the country will open their pursestrings, and keep their pursestrings open, until these poor unfortunates are properly able to feed, clothe and house themselves. "In Dayton alone there aro about 17,000 houses damaged by the water. Up to the present timeso these to the present time thoso citizens have been living in a period of tensa suspense, and When the reaction comes, they will be, perhaps, more in need of help than they aro now. I believe that Congress will help them It ought to and I nm sure that the flood-stricke- Cincinnati, n Straight at It. There is no use of our "beating around the bush." We might as well out with it first ns last We want you to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next timeyou have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. This preparation by its remarkable cures has gained a world wide reputation, and people everywhere speak of it in the highest terms of praise. It is for sale Adv. by all dealers EXPERIENCED MAN. &Co., Plaintiff AgainU Finley Bruncr &c, Defendant. Equity No. 34S6 By virtue of a Judgment nnd Order of Sale of Brcckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, IUI3, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tnc Court House door in to the highest bidder, nt Public Auction, on Monday, the 28th day of April, 19in, nt l o'clock p.m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six and twelve mouths, the following described property, A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Brcckenridge county, State of Kentucky, nnd bounded and described as follows: lleginning nt a white nnd red oak stumps and small hickory nnd persimmon marked fresh, running thence with the original line S. C4, W. 10 poles to a stake; thence S. 3O, E. 41) 3 i poles to another stnkrs nenr same tree pointers to the same; thence rx. 38 L. 16 poles to a white oak same course continued, in all W1Y1 poles to two beeches; thence S. 63, E. 80 poles to two small dogwoods; thence S. lidyi, E 32 poles to a gum; thence S. 75; E 106 poles to two white oaks and two hickories in one of the original lines; thence with the same N. 58, E. 3S poles to an ash nnd white oak, one of the deeded corners, thence with another of said lines N. 36, W. 220 poles to a black oak and two hickories; thence S. 54, W. 50 poles to the beginning, and said land was formerly the property of Cyrus Bruner, and upon his death to his heirs. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. LEE WALLS, Hnr-dinsbur- g, to-w- it: LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY Lewisport, Kentucky i & Kmib I What Every Candidate Must Have To Win! Printed Cards for Personal Work Business Size An Poster Size de-cen- ded attractive announcement card in your home paper. Announcements for County Offices $5 each. Commissioner. 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. drawn through a gilt buckle. Suedo shoes with patent vamps will bo much worn. A dressy littlo model has tho suedo upper, bordered with patent leather and fastened by a series of patent strappings, each ornamented by a tiny crystal button down tho center. Tho actual fastening is, however, mado by means of bone buttons down tho outside of tho shoe. Tho favorite boot of glace leather has a gray suedo gaiter top combined with fine glace, and tho fastenings are smoked pearl buttons to match. Elastic sides, however, aro not unknown, the buttons being more ornamental than useful. A healthy mau is a king in his own right; an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. For impure blood nnd sluggish liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On the market 35 years. SI 00 a bottle Adv. A neat evening shoo is of bronze kid, with a front of chiffon to match, Popular Pcotgear. 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 citl-U- p Innocent. "I try to think," said Benham, "that THE BRECKENRIDGE Cloverport, Ky. NEWS, To be continued uaoa House Emulsion. The following emulsion has given excellent results in ridding house plants of mealy bags and scales: One pound of good white soap, melted, and add to it, while hot, one teacup of coal oil. Mix ono part of this emulsion with ten parts of water and use as a spray to dislodge the pests. Keep in bottles well corked and after routing the enemy apply once in a while as a .preventive. state will.' Cough Medicine for Children. Too much care cannot be used in se woman is tho equal of man and as well qualified to take part in tho political life; but it sort of jars that belief to get the reply I did this morning from my wife, when I remarked, on reading tho returns, that Bingham ran ahead my hat on straight? WIfey Is of his ticket, and she Innocently In Hubby I presumo It Is on the way hurry?" Judge. you want it. It is not on horizontally quired, "What was his Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to make money is to buy land inOBreckenridgo county! Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for Igood living, for good people, und good, long life. Breckinridge count' has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in is your time to buy. tho last ton years. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 por cant. Got in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbors that interest you, write your name an J uddress'and wo will koop'you in ' touch with our bargains. lecting cough medicine for children. take, contain no harmful substance and be most ef fectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. Eor sale by all dealers Adv. a It should be pleasant to Saved! "I refused to be operated in, we morning 1 rteara bout Cardui," writes Mrs. ilmer Sickler, of Terre JHaute, Ind. "1 tried Car- dui, and it helped me greatly. Nov Idomyown washing and ironing." iCARDU The Woman's Tonic Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural man-nerthe delicate, wqman-l- y constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than a million women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that it will do you good. on Burial Place of Porter Clay. In the old cemetery at Camden, Arkansas, tho body of Porter Clay, brother of Henry Clay, has reposed slnco his death in 1850. He was admitted to the bar In Kentucky, became state auditor, but began to preach in tho Baptist churches, and in time consecrated himself to that work. Finally he removed with his family to Illinois, where a dispute with his church authorities compelled him to resign a pastorate. Soon afterward ho became a wandering evangelist, going to Camden in that capacity and founding a church. He died there In 1850, two years before his illustrious brother. During all the years that have passed tho women of this little church have cared for his grave. At first thoy marked It with a headboard, but tho New Century Club of Camden erected a stone slab over the grave. -- -- ' ONE DROP OF Bourbon Poultry Cure Wanted Small Farms Wo havo a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acros, improved. If you havo a sunll farm well improved, good level land, list it with us und wo will do tho'rest. "Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles. Nothing helped me until I used Doan's Ointment. The result was lasting." Hon. John R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. Adv. t PUT THEM ALL TO WORK. .Unproductive acres must bo fenced. Taxes must bo paid on them. The Interest on the money Invested In them is lost Some labor must be put on them even If they are idle, und that la lost Every unproductive acre Is a liability and not an asset to the At tl in farmer, and the sooner he realises this fact the better oft he will be. National Stockman and Farmer. Mill W-I-l'- M 1 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 1 IM-- 1 ucru. Oood clover laud to level location. Ideal and In one of the I'rleo best neighborhoods In tho county t.Su0;4i;cusli Terms on bil.met "My chickens had capes so bad last C.O.n iK't, of Concord. Va , wrlto MRS W K n 300 'acres 3 miles from railroad, summer that I corid not raueuuy until I cut this medicine. It It the best poultry remedy I ivj-- v & near Sample, ecP used ' S U VII WI'LL", o(Lyon, Ind.wrltest "It beats nnythlnc I ever tried for trapes. VhS I ut nudtln t.i I icil anrldrinktni; water nnd the chicks cot well" 1'urm. 155 acres; well "1 MKS. W i liRAlU. f lUikersvllIe, Va, writes: "I hove now used this medicine two rvtrt O Uood block improved dwelling"; stock burn. y cftld.cn wttbout It. I havo not hud a iuse of gupe slnco I ears and I lust could cot Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, uiid Irvlugtoii, ""'""jlRbfw". H VnOOKR ft rutfV'l. r York, writes"I hao not lost a turkey since I grass. II miles fromlittle rolling' on rural but does land Is u it. I l.ad flfiy ut.d l.uJ utd most eep'thluir clso and lost all but thirty when I route. Ttils I'rleo right. Jno. U. Ilabbugo, not wash tttr WIUTlVTlOUiE t . Ky. "OUtTHY KAkM, of nuechel, Ky, writes) "We tried It on roup and Uloverpor tliroj da t. It elves the chicks lite and Kipes arrt It knocked thes diseases out of etfuteno Beautifully located ono nillo from A W through tho crltl.ul stagj in tlo shape " vigor Bud pulls IIU. H ulivotowu, 100 acres practically all level land, unimproved; good fencing, ldeal snot for dairy farm. Trice rousonublo. Write J no. 1) lUbbuge, Cloverport. Ky. ivTv e IW ucres located near UuUes, Hau-l(O cock county; l'.'O acres under plow 78 ucres timber s well watered j plenty of fruit , 0 room dwelling; barn 40x00; 40 ucres level, rest rolling. Oood land for tubacco. corn, 'Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine wheat and clover. It Is u bargain ut il.bOO, t&OOcusb, balance easy pay meuts. ,M acres; located on Henderson Every poultry raser tfcould keep a bottle of this medicine on band, and use lJn O itoute, 1 mile east of Lodlburgl 1U. y 70 ucres In pasture, 60 In timber; tlve.roouj preventive a' ac!1 ts a euro for disease. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. it as a well dwelling; good burn und watered; ltme-stolund. Price 11,000. Free Sample and Hookl t en "Diseases of Fowls" sent prepaid on request. 1M acres, good und luvel lund. BOURBON REMEDY CO., Mfg. Chemists, Lexington, Ky. M 1U. II uood burn; ull lund cleared, well located; S inllea from Irvlngton. I'rlce M.90C SOU) BY 8W acres lying In a valley; t NIn I 111). iO room d welling un4 hull i itvBunt barn; K, T. O'CONNELL, CLOVERPORT, bout, large to bttcco bcnool. wellmiles South watrd, Z of Kirk. K mile from springs Bear burn ; ou Hural Route. down a chick's throat cures Gapes. A few drops in the drinking water 175 ' Ulllu 1'lst Nn No. 1. A Fine Home Farm soil, wateredDo.lll: good, stronir lluiu stonn nu' I 1 by ,icre und springs, or Glen Cures and Prevents White Diarrhoea, m Acres. 3 miles from Irvlngton.on rurul county J, near good wells ou good rot route. Uoodfruuio dwelling; o rooms und New tobacco bam coil school 3and churches. stock barns, veranda; Cholera, Limberneck, Roup and other house; good barn JOxSo; 100 acres tenant food tenuut houses, llue ciover und grass grass; ucres under plow: I'rleo M, 100. In timber, well watered, lucres 3i to tO bushels corn und cittern and Infectious Diseases. pounds ponds, acres located mllo north of lays wavy ISJrk I J. $1,-0- 0. 137 tobiccoto balanceIt yearly payments. 11U. 13 1 In McQuudy. I'rleo U, 000. H case r-- Uu n-- iU. lU. iMn I ? -- O acres IVi miles from llardlns-- t i burg, county seat: well Improved; ono of the iMst furmsluthocouuty. I'rleo tv. j 11.000. N-- - 11 Acres neur lluras. Dwelling: barnJWxSO; log stablo. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid wuiiumjr; won waiereu. iTico.yfcW. IMn 1 ft -- it Acres, ono mile from Iluruudt 1,J well Improved; plenty of good wuterj 2 stock bunts ttOxOO und 30xK Two-stodwelling, und tenaul house, Trice 09 Mr, 1 ; MU. 1U ''" ry .iu $1,750. Bourbon Poultry Cure One 50 Cent Bottle of miles IMrt O ' urm nv. under Cloverport water; IKroom dwell. on btar is plow; ot acres, Itoute;from good acres 1 17s 140 7 U. iiik, bwuKuuu uarui lur tuuuccu uuu stocic. This Is a bargain. Write Jno. I). Habbage for lunuur iurii(;ui!irB. ne tl J. Ky. PARKS' PHARMACY, IRVINGTON, KY. acres at Klorul, Hancock county. Ky., 3 mllos West ot Improvements dwelling i Tenuut houses; 1 barn 50xS0; store house oa the place, good stand for a store; good land fortabacco, corn and wheat. Trice 11.050. h cash, t0T m acres four miles! west of 49 PAUUU uiendeune, Smiles from brancth railroad i all fresh land) 100 acres In cultivation; M acros !a grass; will produeo the best corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood plenty lasting water, well &t door ot dwell, log; log dwelling, a rooms ami side reesai good stable 3 tobacco barns 3 tenant heuii, Treaty ot good timber for farm firrrtmi ood land to dear. Trlse K,0W H otwh. ' 1M Mn XV nu. 1ft Haesvlllo. (M 1 1 k twMi4hiii We make the prices; others imitate f i Hi The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, 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. I Buggies! Buggies! Paint, Varnish, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll Salt, Lime, Cement Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, Builders' Hardware, Building Material, Corn Don't forget we are headquarters for Paints, Oils, Etc. Mastic Paint, Fix-a- ll for Furniture and Floors; Admont Floor Paint, Johnson Uuderlac and Floor Wax. Chinaware, Mattings, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook ', Also Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Fiberoid Flooring, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Etc. OUR SPECIALTIES:-Americ- an Fence, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention. Special Flying Dutchman Corn Planters at Cost Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Seeds HOE Cashier Report of the Condition of the FIRST STATE BANK Latest spring millinery. Miss Laura Hale. Dr. Nevitt and family spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, at Basin Springs. The Housekeepers League will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. All members are desirtd to be present. David Herndon, who has been spending the winter in New Orleans, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tanner have moved to one of the houses on College doing business at the town of Irvlngton, county of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 4th day of April, 1913 FOR SALE! $2,500 will buy a tract of 435 acres of land in Breckenridge county on Tar Fork creek about 5 miles south of Cloverport, Ky., and is known as the old Mullen farm. Near Tar Springs. Ieilj "NM. hoe H. BEARD, Vice-Preside- DOC HOE DOC w . B. F. BEARD, President PAUL C0MPT0N, M. B. KINCHEL0E, Ass't. Cashier street. See my beautiful pattern hats. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estalo Other Assets not included unMiss der any of above heads The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky Statement at the close of Business April 4, 1913 $63,970 89 702.43 CO. 00 13,311 17 5,277 47 N. B. CHAMBERS Owensboro, Ky. 19.88 5,66o.81 .00 .00 $94,020.63 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid $15,000.00 in, in cash 1,500 00 Surplus Fund Undivided. Profits, less expenses and 231.04 taxes paid Deposits subject to $40,405 00 check CertifiDemand .00 cates of Deposit.. 36,771.55 Time Deposits .00 Certified Checks... checks Cashier's 12. A. Reese, our date grocery-maoutstanding .00 77,239.61 Due Banks and spent Wednesday in Louisville. .00 Trust Companies. Mrs. M. A. Brandenburg left Friday Notes and Bills .00 Rediscounted for Laconia, Ind., to visit her brother, Unpaid Dividends. .00 Dr. B. F. Forbis. .00 Reserve for taxes. .00 Mrs. J. V. Frank visited in Hardins- - Bills Payable burg last week. She was accompanied Other Liabilities not included under home by her niece, Margaret Frank. .00 any of above heads the home of Mr. The stork called at .$04,020.05 Total and Mrs. Dick Stanfield Friday night ) State of Kentucky st and left a boy and girl. County of Breckenridge We, V. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, Latest boat shaped hats Miss Laura President and Cashier of the atave Hale. named Bank, do solemnly swear that Mrs. W. J. Piggott has returned from the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Birmingham, Ala. V. J. Piggott, President, J. C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of April, 1913. Correct Attest: My Commission Expires Feb. 14, 191 1. Louis H. Jolly, Notary Public. up-t- o n, Laura Hnle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were in Louisville last week shopping. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary Hour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread out of.J'erfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Try it. Word has been received here of the arrival of a sou at the home of Mr. and Mrs G. K Drury, of Vine Grove. Jolly wish him success in his new undertaking of demonstrating the Vacuum clothes washer. boys passed The Brandenburg through here Saturday en route to l. They Hardinsburg to play were not so jolly as they came back. I wonder wh? Miss Hazel Wright, of West Point, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thos. Mussel-mabase-baln. Resources Liabilities 00 00 24 22 The Busy Bees met Sunday afternoon at the M. E. church. Mrs. T. R. Bland has charge of the work. Mis. R. B. McGlothlan, who underwent a surgical operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary Saturday", is reported to be better at this writing. Miss Ida Pulllam, of Louisville, is the charming little visitor of Miss Penick. Thursday being the anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain Mis. Chamberlain gave a neightorhood dinner in honor of her mother, Mrs. M. A. Brandenburg. Those present were: Mesdames J. L. Henry, W. T. Cornwall, J. B. Herndon, J. K. Bramlette, Fred Brite and Mrs. Nellie Marsnall. Mesdames Cornwall, Henry and Brandenburg were the oldest ladies present, their ages ranging from 72 to 74. An elaborate dinner was served in the hostess own hos pitable way. WOOL WOOL Nathan Ehrlich, who has been buying wool in this territory for the last six years, will be in the market again this wool season. He houes that his old friends will bring their wool in as usual, and he will pay them the full market price as before. We will announce the day to bring your wool in at a later date in these Do not sell your wool before columns. you see me or write me at Louisville. Address 127 E. Gray St. Wool bags at Irvlngton Hardware & Implement Lo-re- Loans and Discounts $358,147 02 Capital Stock paid in........$ 50,000 Surplus fund 25,000 Overdrafts secured and 4,495 15 Undivided Profits, less unsecured expenses and Taxes Due from National . 6,306 paid 35,482 14 Banks 338,571 20,357 50 Deposits Cash in Safe 1,395 65 Cash items Banking House and lot Charged off Furniture and Fixtures Charged off Total, $419,877 46 Total, $419,877 r. 46 Very respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier Board-o- f C. V. Robertson Directors: B. F. Beard Paul Corapton j ) Dr. A. M. Kincholoc D. S. Richardson M. H. Beard rmmmm We Keep Your Books - wm We offer to the public our I SHE reliability of a bank is based on its assets and management. services based on our assets. Our conservative tnana moment has carried us through a years and at all times we have been able to grant our customers any acperiod of twenty-thro- e commodations consistent with sound banking. On this record we solicit your business, let it be largo or small. Wo act as Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, and in every fiduciary capacity. Wo guarantee to you security and the best of service. HOE ' DOC HOE DUE HOE S(2 odVl cc B. Hottell has beaten the record on chicken raising. He has a bantam goose- rooster setting on an egg. Mrs. R. A. Crider left Saturday for a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. C Matting-ly- , of Glen Dean. THE OLD RELIABLE without oimrc. Wo furnish you pus- and check books. Our experienced account-nut- s keep an accurate record of every penny you deposit, withdraw or chock out, and render an accounting to you whenever you wish it. Wo provide burglar proof safes, and every other safeguard for your "j Conscientious money. service hero costs y?u nut ono cent. , Can you afford not to have an account with this safe bank? Jesse Ashcraft is visiting his grandparents, Mr. aud Mrs. Jake Cowley, at Sand Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury, Misses Blanche Jolly, Allien Hardaway and Pierce Hardaway, of Bewleyvllle, attended the Corn Growers Club Satur day afternoon. Ed Morrison has returned home from Cloverport. Mrs. Sam Baker, of Harned, is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Krebs. Hubert Lyons spent the week end with his pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyons. Dr. Richmond will lecture Company. Found a Cure for Rheumatism. "1 sulfered with rheumatism for two years and could not get 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 night. 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 dealers. Adv. BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. . DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS X SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS i An Absolutely m Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits L QDIBURG Mrs. Bateman, of French Lick, Ind., who has been with her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Hardin, all winter, returned home last 'Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. Hardin and little daughter, Mary at the Baptist church Wednesday night. John Bircher, of Brandenburg, was in town Sunday. Miss Nell Conniff has returned to Louisville after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Adele Conniff. There was union service at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Bro. L. K. May delivered a fine sermon on The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. "The Crowned Life." The many friends of John Walter Ellis Hardin. Mr, and Mrs. Grayson Payne In Hardinsburg one day last shopping. Miss Lucile Parr came home school last Friday with a severe of mumps. were week from case Horace Hall, of Stephensport, was In Lodiburg one day last week. W. D, Argabright was the guest of his brother. Luther Argabright, of Brandenburg, last week. Tubal Argabright has been visiting his uncle, Luther Argabright, of Brandenburg, for the past month. Mrs. Settle Norton, of Sample, Is the guest of Miss Nina Hardin this week. Lee Shaw sold his farm, near Lodl burg, to Henry Lancaster, Consideration $310, 34 acres. Miss Marie Able, of Webster, was visiting Mrs. Ida. Nottingham last Sunday. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour and a hot stove Is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 30 per cent, on your bread bill. Try It. Henry Dutschke, of Amnions, was the guest of his mother,, Mrs. Pollie Dutschke, last Sunday. Mrs. Luby Avltt died last Friday and was Interred la the Walnut Grove cemetery on Sunday. Funeral services were conducted by Re7. I. C. Argabrlght. Mrs. Avltt leaves four chll dren and a husband to mourn for her. All her children were at the bedsid when the end came. They are as fal lows: William, who was Hvlngat home, James Avltt, of Clifton Mill, Mr. Walter Adklsson, of Sample, and Mrs. Ralph Bowers-- , of Bremmett. Ark. Mrs. Avltt died from heart d Those who attended the funeral distance were Mrs. Wbj. Blak two daughters. SuHIa and Mattr Addison, Mrs. George Cash,mB, at VIMKIUH. t ' ).