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The Breckenridge news: May 14, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913051401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 14, 1913 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S Vol. xxxvii FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 45 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1913. Entertain At Little Tar Springs Saturday CAL CLOVERPORT HIGH HENDRICKS PROGRESSIVE TICKET 4 in Mrs. J. H. Walker gave an all day picnic At Little Tar Springs Saturday. They had a delightful time and reins Sunday with Baccalaure turned home in Mr. David Phelps' trip boat. and Gown up the Mr. Phelps took them a nice Mrs. ate Sermon-C- ap river. The guests Included will be Worn by Each Gradu- Walker's Sunday school and others. They were as follows: Misses Rosa ate. Commencement Thurs- Sippel, Isabella Burn, Mary McGavock, Bessie Arnold. Tula Babbage, Monolo day, May 22 Other Plans. Mooman, Beatrice Noble, Elizabeth Sherman, Iva Rice, Mary Gibson, IR. J. S. DICKEY TO COME. Marguerite Walker and James Henry SCHOOL WEEK Wins The Heart and Vote of Joe Mulhatten, Jr. Writes Poetry For His Benefit. For State Senator DAVID I'HFLPS For Representative G. A. WRIGHT For County Judge WM. . ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO, LIME PHOSPHATE I TlW plans tor the Commencement of I the fcioverport High School are d6ter- tarined with nearly every detail perfected. hf ' Next Sunday morning the Rev. Mr. E. O. Cottrell will deliver the baccaMr-'Eldren ed laureate sermon tothegraduatlngclass, Babbage, Misses Etfta and Miss Rose Elizabeth Newton. The graduates will wear the caps and gowns, adopted by all High Schools now, to the service. A large attendance of their friends is expected, along with the common graded school patrons, freshmen, sophomore and juniors. The commencement exercises will be held In the Methodist church, Thursday night, May 22. The address will be delivered by Mr. J. S. Dickey, who delighted so many with his wisdom and iumor. Other attractive features are being prepared. The school play will be given at the ipera house the following week for the Benefit of concrete walk fund. Now boys this is the first time that I have ever butted into politics nore than to go vote. But there is a man a cripple by the name of Oal Hendricks that I would like for every mother's son of you to vote for. It has been reported by his opponents that ho is rich, owns a big farm. He tells me it's a mistake, Walkor. that he doesn't own a foot of land, is a renter and needs the office. Believe Buried at Tobinsport me boys if you ever have the misfortune to break into the Hardinsburg jail and Cal's the jailer, he will see that you will The body of Martin Frank, who died several weeks ago in Louisville, was get three hot ones a day. brought to Tobinsport in this county Rally around Cal Hendricks, boys, yesterday and interred in the Tobins- Rally once again, port Methodist gruveyard. Mr. Prank Vote for the cripple, boys, was stricken at his home here with par- He's a good and worthy man. alysis and while still able to be moved my story, boys, was taken by his daughter to Louisville Listen to Take it from me, where he died soon after. At the time of his death the flood was on and his A vote for Cal Hendricks remains could not be brought to his Is a vote for charity. old home for the burial. The body was Come every mother's son of ye, placed in a vault In a Louisville ceme- That has a heart or a liver, tery until the time when it could be Swear by the eternal George Washing- MIL For County Clerk A. T. ADKINS For Sheriff OVERTON ULANFORD For County Attorney J. R. KSKRIDGIS For School Superintendent' MISS CORAL WIIITTINGHILL For Assessor The only Baking Powder made JAMES TINIUS For Coroner DR. S. P. PARKS For Jailor JOHN W. 11ROWN To The HARDINSBURG Smile once in a while, seem lighter; Democrats Of Twill make your heart Smile nnce in a while, Breckenridge County brought to Tobinsport. quirer. , Cannelton En- ton, Cal Hendricks now and forever. Words by Joe Caster. Music by Mulhatten. The family was accompanied home from Louisville by the Rev. Mr. Miller, pastor of the Broadway Methodist church, who conducted the burial services. Carter's Landing. Mrs. Bland Dead In speaking of the handsome new ruggets Dr. Jesse Baucum received I very Bit Of Gold Saved, Mrs. Lillian C. Neilson Mrs. John Bland died Sunday, of Says Dr. Jesse Baucum Given Judgment for $8,600 scrofula. She had been ill for several years. During her invalid life, Mrs. Upon trial before Judge Evans u judgment for $3,600 was rendered in favor of Mrs. Lillian C. Neilson against the Tar Springs sanitarium, and a sale of the property ordered in satisfaction of the debt. The litigation grew out of a mortgage given to Mrs. Neilson by William A. Montgomery, of Chicago, and others, who had exchanged ,1,800 acres of land in Michigan for the sanitarium and notes for the balance. Messenger. Ow-ensbo- st week fdr his dental parlors, he said: cot these from the Louisville Dent- Defect. This concern buvs all the old ugsand druggets from dentists to get he yold out of them. The company, tuM&a thorn over and sells them at a ;asc?nable price. It is an impossibility p dropping bits of .gold on the 1 Bland received much kind attention from her family and friends, and was a patient Christian. ' She leaves her husband and two grown sons, Alva and Fred Beard. The body was taken to Hardinsburg for burial. Announcement. Will you please announce the County Sunday School Convention at Irvington for May 30 and 3I? We give a cordial invitation to all to attend. Your friend, , T. B. Henderson. immaculate one can- itect the slightest speck of any- hat shouldn't be in it especially, freshly t has been ined, newly painted and papered, put In a sanitary condition through- t. Dr. Baucum is furnishing the ad- Inlng room as a lavatory. He has a dental cabinet designed to Ave the seconds of the dentist. A great satisfaction to his patients is the ster ilizer of this time saving eijulpment. In fact, exquisite cleanliness is the im- Ipresslon made as soon as oue enters the office Is so Memorial Service. A service in memory of Mrs. Ella May Simons will be held at the Lncile Memorial, Sunday afternoon, May J5th at 2:30 o'clock. That morning the Rev. Mr. Waggoner, pastor of the church, will hold a father's and moth- er's service. Thirty-On- e ffice. Examined. of ,Pri. Baucum received the first prize the entire class of the Louisville Wege of Dentistry in 1008, and be- ujues was given three other honorable entions. After graduating, he opened in office in New Castle, Henry county, where he had a splendid practice for three years. '.'I had my sister to help me there, and I miss her work. An to a dentist knows every instru ment and has (t prepared without being M4,"' said Dr. Baucum. "Cloverport iras made very promising to me is the rtuba I left New Castle." Dr.vJJaucum has engagements for lagrUf every hour of the day, except fqgiY 'VNjOr a couple of weeks ahead. Ver1 Rawley Meador, editor the Fourth District Leader, was here Friday and Saturday conducting the eighth-grad- e examination Thirty-on- e tried for the Common School diploma which passed them into the County High School work. Eldred Cart, of Mystic, Stuart Babbage, of this city, and Miss Mary Robertson, of Union Star, also took the examination. known. The grades are not yet Miss Niram Wlllett has resigned as for the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., to take effect the fifteenth. Miss Willett leaves next Offers to Contribute a Tuesday to enter tho Qwensboro Busi ness College to study stenotype. $1000 for Dormitory Announcement. Proctor Keith came over from Clo- vorport Thursday and spent a few Breckenridge News. Having been hours In town. Elkton, Ky., May 10. The'Woman's Missionary society of the Louisville con- solicited to make the race, I hereby Mr. and Mrs. John D. Shaw and ference of the Methodist Episcopal church announce myself as a candidate for daughter, Eula Hensley Shaw, were South, now in annual session at this Representative subject to the action of in Louisville last week shopping. place, was roused to a high pitch of en- the Democratic Primary. I am a farmJ. H. Miller, of Holt, and Wm. Gil thusiasm when Mrs. George Gaulbert, of er, and have the interest of all Breck- bert, of Stephensport, were in town on Louisville, announced her willingness to enridge county at heart. Webster has business. contribute $ 1, 000 toward the new dormi- been true at all times to the candidates Miss Tula C. Daniel attended the tory which is to be built for the Vander-bil- t and has not had a county officer for Training school, of this city. This over twenty years. If given the nomi- Woman's Missionary meeting at Elk school has graduated a large number of nation, will do all in my power to help ton last week. Rev. J J. Willett and family will men in the twenty years of its existence carry the ticket to victory in Novemmove to Owensboro the last of the Yours in Democracy, of its ber. and is now in the very zenith month. It is with regret that the Bap Peyton R. Claycomb. tist church gives them up. Rev. Willett is a faithful pastor and his family will be greatly missed in the Sunday School book-keeper Several weeks ago I announced myself as a candidate for Representative, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August Primary. I desire to say that I have received much encouragement, and emphasize the fact that I am in to "win." I have spent my entire life in Breckenridge county, having been engaged in farming and merchandise business since manhood, I believe I know the needs of our county's people. I have been one of the boys In the trenches always, never having scratched a ticket. Four years ago I did all in my power for party success, contributing my time and means to the campaign. As to the value of my services, I refer you to any candidate on that ticket or any one else interested in that campaign. Do me the justice to investigate. Upon all questions effecting citizenship and morality, I have always stood with the best citizens of my community, and have always tried to be on the right side of all the questions presented. If given the nomination, I will make an aggressive campaign until the close of polls in November, and if elected, I will pledge myself to represent the best Interests of our county. I am, sincerely, Jesse II. Miller. 'Twill make your pathway brighter; Life's a mirror; if we smile, Smiles come back to greet us; If we're frowning all the while, Frowns forever meet us. Nixon Waterman. Gen. David R. Murray, of Indlanap olis, was a visitor In town the first of Mrs. Henry Trent and Mrs. Raymond Dowell went to Louisville Saturday. Cold water, a little lard less thaa 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. Brabandt, tho photographer, was In town several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton and children spent Sunday In Garfield. Mrs. Isaac Norton, of Sample, is tho guest of Mrs. Dan Haynes. B. C. V; last week. Forscythe and Mack Brown Miss Mary Leigh Gregory, of Gar field, has been the guest of Mrs. Coleman Haswell Mrs. Charlie Adams, of Louisville, spent last week with her parents, Judge Wm. Ahl and Mrs. Ahl. Miss Margaret Maxwell, of Louis ville, is expected this week for a visit to Mrs. John M. Sklllman. V. D. Rawllngs, of Hudson, was in town on business last Thursday. Misses Ann and Isabelle Hendrick, were visitors in Cloverport Sunday. LODIBURG Miss Aimer Keys, Misses Lela and Nettie Dutschke, nnd Mrs. Eddie Kraush and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvington, Saturday and Sunday. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordinary flour ond a hot stovo 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. Miss Nannie Adkisson, milliner of Webster, came down home last Saturday and spent the night and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Adkisson. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and little daughter, Mary Ellis, attended church at Webster and was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mm. Hal Drane. Mrs. Ida Nottingham has sold her property at Lodiburg to George Cox and will give possession about the first of November. Mrs. Nottingham and mother will move back on their farm on Sugar Tree Run. We are sorry to lose Mrs. Nottingham, but we will have a good man with us. Mrs. and Mrs. Morgan Chaffle were visiting friends in Brandenburg last Sunday. Miss Mirl Shobe, of Hawesville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Eddie Bruce, this week. Born To the wife of Eddie Bruce May 2nd, a boy, Russell Dean. Mrs. Nannie Drane, of Webster, has a music class at A. M. Hardin's. Gives two lessons a week. Miss Mirl Basham was the week-enguest of Miss Ida Belle Ater, of Irvlngton. Dr. Henry Basham, of Curdsvllle, was in our neighborhood last week doing dental work. Flake Ater, of Irvlngton, was visiting; friends in Lodiburg last Sunday. d Fanny Whittinghill, Attorneys Allen R. Kincheloe and Claud Mercer went over to Cloverport Thursday In the automobile. Alfred Taylor, of Custer, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Eliza Taylor,-las- t week. W. C. Howell, of Huntintrton, W. Va., has been a visitor in town. Dr. S. S. Watkins is Named as a Judge Cloverport High School Fund For Concrete Walk Nolte & Bro ....:. Dr. S, S. Watkins, surgeon general aWJs tnatne isjustiy appreciated of the National Guard of Kentucky, sufferivy and the surrounding towns. iod' business man as well as a has been appointed one of the first judges at the Frst Aid field meet to be !. held in Lexington, on May 10, under the auspices of the Kentucky Mine Inlines Principal stitute, Demonstrations will be given J. C. $ 3.00 M. Weatherholt School Board Kentucky Belle of Japanese School. in rescue work by the corps from the different Kentucky coal mines. Nannie B. Gaines of Hiroshima was one of the noted personall- b attendance at ine missionary ncll at Birmingham, Ala. She is pal of a girls School In that city, id to be the largest school in Southern Athodism, and is supported by the al Board of Missions. Miss Gaines felted Cloverport a few years ago, and mm entertained by Mrs. D. II. Severs. Breckenridge News Citizen . 2.50 25.00 35.80 2.00 50 .00 1 .00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1 .! Edith Burn The HbrseTraders Here Horse-tradin- g Elm Street was changed to "Jockey began Row" Saturday. early and kept up the live long day. The .blew in from the South, Having traveled seven months through Florida and other States. They camped on the outer edge of Town Friday night and braved the winds of blackberry winter. "While we are not trading horses, we sell to Louisville and Ma goods on the side," said the wife of the Back for $2.98. r man. "We sell laces, etc." One could not say many complimentary ,98 1? LeuUville and returu on ac- - things about thera, except they were of spring races. Tickets on sale healthy and clean. The friendship children and 9, 1, 13, 14, IS. 17. 1?. 2i 21, 22, that existed between the horses was remarkable. Rachel and Return limit May 26. 14. Charles, two fat babies, not over three years old, could pet the horses' face Marshal Here. without fear and perfect confidence in the dumb animuls. These people with Mil JmrIbks has been made mar-- the wander-lus- t are interesting human Ufa Cloverport to succeed Peyton beings and one could not help welcomwbe ! going iato the fueture ing them iato our shop and giving them I a cup of water. bueiaeee. horse-traders horse-trade- : Np Citizen .. Clarence E. Keith, Elizabethtown Ed. Whitehead John D. Babbage, Jr., Atlanta... Eva May .. Elizabeth Hay Mrs Elizabeth May Mrs, riarion Weatherholt Forrest Dryden Weatherholt, Hft Leonard Weatherholt Chas. Hamman Proctor Keith Leonard Oelze .., C. W. Bohler Earl Bohler Hudson Bohler Charles Bohler, Jr. , .' and Missionary Society. W. F. Geyer, of Henderson county, was in town last Wednesday witn a wagon load of apples. He soon sold them at $1.40 per bushel. Harvey English, of Ammons, was in town on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and daughter, Georgia, were In Stephens-por- t last Monday, the guests of Mrs. McCubbins. Mrs. E. C. Harned, of Garfield, was guest of her daughters, the week-enMisses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Harned. Mrs. Herbert M. Beard spent' last week in Cloveiport as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Forest Lightfoot. Mrs. David Penlck visited relatives in town Friday and Saturday of last week. Mrs. Roberts and Miss Greenwell, of Irvlngton, were guests of Mrs. Frank Teaff last week. Miss Mary Cobb, of Evansvllle, and Ed Dillon are visiting Mr. and Mrs. d Notice. All persons knowing themselves indebted to me for city and school taxes for the year 1012, will please call and settle by the I5U1 of May, 1013, and after that date I will advertise and collect by law. Please settle and save L. V. CHAPIN, cost. City and School Tax Collector. Little Boys At Kirk. Pat Dillon. HfU ) M Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Dean, was la town Friday. Mrs. Blanche Reed spent Friday and Saturday la Louisville. Dr. E. C. Harned, of Garfield, spent Sunday and Monday with bis daugh Kirk, May 10. (Spcclal)-- A llttla boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Scrogglns, April 13th, his name ia Joseph Francis. The little fel low is getting along nicely, but the mother Is poorly, A little boy arrived at the home of Glen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlnton, both are doing well, Nice Sum Cleared. U. L. Bell, of Gutton, writes that the entertainment given for the State Sunday school worker, Mr, Gebauer, cleared the sum of $36. The Gustoa folks were delighted over thlr James B. Randall- David Phelps . I ters. The following were la Louisville Saturday: J. P. Miller, Hardle Ball, Frank Dellaven, Davis Dowell and CUve Hendrick. $ NOTICE W. C. THE AGENCY FOR THE ARMER GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY" 4 62 5 20 fr Continental Fire Insurance Company, of New York, Farm Department 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. tion guaranteed. I have the agency for Meade and Breckinridge counties. Anyone w ho wants Best protection, prompt and liberal adjustments, lowest cost. Satisfac- MOORMAN, ""SMBSBBBSBBBBeMSWSSSBSSSSBKSSSSSSJSSSBBBmMBMBMBIIiMBM .$1278 11 pnperfor poor house.... hand as per my report G. A Wright and b. If. Dix for InMjy 20, By amount paid T PROCEEDINGS spection and they will report at a later Gene Sills for painting $1278 11 date of this court. roof on poor house Wright and S H, April 29, 1012, By amount paid Came Justice O A. the Bank of Hardinsburg & June 3, amount paid T. J. (Continued from last witk) Dix, a committee appointed by this Hook for roofing on poor Trust Co., interost on Mrs. The following claims were allowed court, to inspect and examine the rehouse Bertha McGary's bond No. 11. 12 00 commissport of Allen R. Kincheloe, for houses to hold election in: June 7, By amount paid C. . Hanlmsburg. No. I, City Hull... $8 00 ioner and receiver for tic Railroad April 1, lolS, By balance on '. 1266 11 II. Lewli, screeno for Jail II i' 'insburj,', No 2, Breckinridge Tx District, and the report of G. D. htind 2. 00 Jane 15, By amount paid J. C. Shellman, commissioner and receiver Lose Mattiugly, Interest onCountv $1278 11 H . ii lull, No H, R. G Gardi-- r for Breckinridge county, and reportod Bona No. 8 Bumcm pund 2 00 that they have carefully examined June 2 , IJy amount paid Charlie liarnr No. 4. Jube Hook.. 2 V) smd reports and found, them correct April 13, 1912, to balance on Beard, labor on Courthouse. . $129 29 hnnd as per my report now ordered and directed that 9 00 it Is 1,P. Keith C Juno 24, IJy amount paid W, M aid reports be liled and sntored of o. 2 Dent G vetpi if J. Hall, Janitor services $129-23 00 record. 3 H.A. Oelxe,.. C ivor.' rt. . July I3, By amount pnid W. J. report of G. D. June SO, "1918, By amount paid It Appearing from the 00 i; .lit own. 1' red 1 rank Hall Janitor Mrs. Bettie Norton, interest 00 .Shellman, commissioner and receiver, s ..'.enspoit. City Hall OU 'July 26, By amount paid Charlie 2$ on county bond No. 23 a 00 that a note for 750.00 dated Septem i n Stiu, Dr. Milner Heston benefit of James Pal9 00 ber 10, 1011, nnd held by H. T. Gibson, July 9, By amount paid Mrs p, 7. F. Kgart V cvv mer, pauper Wllda Allen, Interest one 00 ha been paid by said commissioner '2 r, 1 IFendrick July 26, By amount paid The year on bridge bond, held by 8 00 and receiver, G. D. Shellman, it is 1 on, T)i Moretnen Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust 21 38 her 8 00 now ordered and directed that Justice L .llle, W W. KtUh Co., interost on bond No. 29. and G. A. Wright will born July 9, By amount paid the 2 00 S. II. Dix i . s my, John Meador July 29, By amount paid H. M Bank of Hardlnsbtfrg i& Trust 2 00 said note, whereupon came said Justice v. aster Lodgs e C Beard services rendertd'by Dr. Co., interest on bridge bonds 2 00 S. II. Dix and O. A. Wright' and in , Lodge H , Masonic F. T. Eiseman, V. S. on order 75 00 No. 27, 3S and R3 00 open court burned said note in the M Dai e s, D Hart of County Atty through II. M. April 1, 1U13, Balnnce cash on 2 r,0 presence of the court. K : a'c, Mrs. M. McCarty Beard...- 7 9I hand 2 00 GU n Daan. J. II. Mattingly "Report of Allen R. Kincheloe, comAug. 3, By amount paid W. J. Minutes read and approved, and ad- missioner for the Railroad Tax District SI 29 29 Hall l,i bbl floor oil, purchased journed until 0 o'clock Wednesday, of Breckinridge County." of Williams Oil Co GENERAL EXPENSE FUND :), 1!M3. April Hardinsburg, Ky., April 1, 1013. Aug. 7, By amount paid J. W. I, h. waggoner, Judge. To ttie Honorable Judge of the Breck- April 12, I9I3, To balance on Kincheloe, freight on oil...'.. 143 29 hand as per my report At a Fiscal Court continued and held inridge County Court. Aug. 13, IJy amount paid The April 30, To amount received The undersigned, your commissioner in and for Breckinridge county at the Bank of Hardinsburg & Co., from Dennie Sheeran, S B.C. 2S36 74 house in Hardinsburg, April 3rd, for the railroad tax district of Breckin- April 30, To sale of bond see court lanitors services ridge county, Kentucky, respectfully 1913. order book No. 2, page 211. 0000 00 Aug. 17, By amount paid Charlie Present Hon. L,. L. Waggoner, Judge submits the following report of the Oct. 4, To amount overpaid G. Beard word on poor house by of the Breckinridge County Court, pre- funds received and disbursed by him order of C. M. Hcstoii 00 D. Shellman salary 1012.... 25 siding with the following named Just- since the date of his election and qual- April 5, 1912, Amount paid The ' Sept. 3, By amount paid Jesse ification as such commissioner. ice of the Pence, G. A. Wright, G. N. Kincheloe, freight Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust t By amount paid Jesse Harris, Sam II. Dix, S. P. Drury, D J. June 25, 1912, amount received G months interest on note Co., from John P. Haswell, Jr., Quiggins, and B.A. Whittinglull being Kjncheloe, freight..' 30 33 for 1000 00 $1121 97 retiring commissioner Sept. 17, By amount paid B. F. and the Magistrates Commissioned. April 12, By amount paid Hes-to- n, June 2.1, 1012, Amount received poor-hous- e Claim of A.W. Wheeler as Beard & Co., water cooler.... Whitworth & Co., coal from DennieSheeran, S.B.C. 2s 00 keeper presented and alSept. I7, By amount paid The poorhousc bill for 44 95 $510 75 Jan. 4, 1913, Amount received lowed itemized Farmers Bank for Janitors from DennieSheeran, S.B.C. 1200 00 April 13, By amount paid FarCommisCame Allen K. Kincheloe. services mers Bank for janitors servsioner and Receiver for the Railroad 20 00 Sept, 23, By amount paid T. J. ices $23)6 97 Total amount received. Tax District, and presented his report Hook for lumber April 24, By amount paid Jesse as said commissioner, which report is Oct. 1, By amount paid G. D. CREDITS 90 Kincheloe for scale supplies. referred to a committee composed of Shellman paid for poorhouse. April 24, By amount paid CharJune 25, By amount paid the Justice S. H. Dix and G. A. Wright Oct. 1, By amount paid G. D. poor-hous- e & Trust lie Beard for labor at Bank of Hardinsburg for inspection said committee will Co , for Shellman for services as Com2 00 six months' interest report at this term of make a final missioner and Receiver to on outstanding bonds $1110 00 April 30, By amount paid Dencourt Sept. 30, 1912 nie Sheeran, sheriff, overJan. 4, By the amount paid The Dye, deputy sheriff Claim of A.J. 5G4 95 Oct. 7, By amount paid Jesse Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust draft on pauper fund presented and allowed, itemKincheloe, freight on oil Co., for six months' interest April 3O, paid Dennie Sheeran, ized Ill 40 or. outstanding bonds Oct. 9, By amount paid James 1 I4O 00 S. B. C, overdraft on bridge It is moved and seconded that $25.00 Knott, work at poor house. . . 3191 17 fund be appropriated by this Court to the Oct 11, By amount paid H. T. $2280 00 Total amount paid out April 3O, By amount paid DenKentucky Children Home Society said Gibson, Interest on County The foregoing report shows a balance aunie Sheeran, S. B. C, genermotion cirried, and the Clerk is bond No. 5 to Sept. 19, 1912. . in your commissioner's hands for $66.79. 1702 00 al expense fund thorized to draw a warrant for said The interest on all outstanding bonds Oct. 12, By amount paid Esther amount payable to KentuckyChildren's has been paid up to Jan. , 1q13, There May 2, By amount paid Isaac. and Fannie McGary interest Norton, in'.e'eat en County Home Society. on County bond No. E are 38 $1000 00 bondi yet outstanding, 25 00 Bond No. A , to May 3, I9I2. Claim of DennieSheeran, sherOct. 12, By amount paid The having been paid by John P. three iff presented and allowed, .Bank of Hardinsburg & Co., Haswell, Jr , the retiring commissioner May 3, By amount paid Claritemized '.$119 50 ence Roberts, papering poor-hous- e interest on County bond since his last report. All of which is Claim of the Leader Publishing 83O Oct. I5, By amount paid The reported and respectfully submitted. Co., presented and allowed Bank of Hardinsburg & Co., Allen R. Kincheloe, Com'r R. R. Tax May 4, By amount paid The for public printing itemized.. ?5l 35 District Breckinridge County. Atlca Bridge Co., balance on interest on County bond No. Claim of J IJ. Babbage, pre465 00 bridge 21 ''Report of G. D. Shellman, commissented and allowed for public sioner and receiver for Breckinridge Mav 4, By amount paid Gene Oct. 16, By amount paid W. J. printing, itemized Sills for painting poorhouse. . 20 50 I9 42 county." Hall Janitor services Claim of R. O. Perkins, deputy To the Honorable Judge of the May 4, By amount paid FarOct. 16, By amount paid Wra. sheriff, presented and al7,50, mers Bank for shingles Breckiankge County Court, and memAdcox stove wood for Jailer. . lowed itemized 103 CO May 11, By amount paid LewOct. id, Bv amount paid C. B. bers of the Fiscal Court: The underClaim of Geo. R. Hoyalty preBeard for work is and signed, your commissioneraud receiver Norton, Admr of Isaac Norton 3 50 sented and allowed for makon poor house of taxes for the above mentioned counInterest on bond No. 43 ing Assessor's book 75 00 ty, begs leavo to make his report of May 17, By amount paid The Oct. 25, IJy amount paid W. J. Came G. D. Hhellman, Commissioner Bank of Hardinsburg & Hall wood for jail the funds received and disbursed by and Receivor for Breckinridge county, him since the date of last report. Trust Co. for Janitors Oct. 26, By amount paid P. W. 20 00 and presented his report as said ComServices Finley wood for jail SINKINQ FUND missioner, which report was referred May I7, By amount paid R. Oct. 3O, By amount paid The to a committee composed of Justices April 12, 1012, to balance on G. Gardiner, for wall Bank of Hardinsburg i 4 80 2 25 50 00 1 o0 t t 20 00 2) 00 l 4 00 25 00 "Yes, our new wagon 's a Studebaker the only kind we KNOW" "The Studebaker idea has been in our family for sixty years. We have never thought of buying any other kind of a wagon." "It's true, we're continually being offered other wagons costing a little less, with lots of promises as to what they will do. But we know in our family what a Studebaker will do. A few dollars difference in price doesn't mean much. It's the service a wagon gives that we consider most." "Long service for a fair price means more every time than short service for a few dollars less." "That's why we stick to Studebaker and 'Stick to Studc- -' baker' is a pretty good motto for a man who uses wagons." "Studebaker wagons are built of good stuff. They're made right by people who've had years nnd years of experience in making them right people who are trusted the world over." 20 00 10 1 GS 38 20 00 7 00 " 40 03 4 50 St-p- "Studebaker wagons last, because they're made to last." "Look out for the dealer who tells you his wagon is just as good as a Studebaker, That's my advice after a good deal of experience and the experience of all of my people. You get a Studebaker and you've got a safe investment' See our Dealer or write us. . STUDEBAKER 20 00 1 South Bend, Ind. DALLAS KANSAS NEW YORK MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO DENVER CITY PORTLAND, ORE. 50 3163 Splendid Farm 350 Acres. This farm is near Marks Ridgo in this county. Good, level, tillt! iuiiu; watered wun two gcoo springs: u acres in tinner. It grd rood high coloied tobacco, either Burloy or JPrvor; also wheat, ct nnd clover. Iintiiovements, live room dwelling, ono tenant house nr bir tobacco barn. This land can ho bought at a bargain, as the part does not live on it and wantsto tell it. It h five rniles from Harnedl btatioii on the Branch. Price only $12 an acre. JNO. D. BABBAGE. 11G GO 70 1 75 37 50 J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE 30 00 AGENCYi IRVINQTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country 30 50 FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE 20 00 20 00 Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers, HouseholdJGoods and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. . and Trust Co., repairs on pump. . Hes1 23 Nov lg, By amount paid ton, Whitworth & Co. coal.. Nov. 22, By amount paid J. B. Gibson, interest on County CO 25 bonds No. 4O, 42 and 46.... Nov. 30, By amount paid P W. 125 Finley. wood for jail Dec 13, By amount paidW. J. 150 Hall, Janitors services Dec. 13, By amount paid Geo. ' 1 70 7O I4 Mattingly, repairing pump at jail , Dec. IS, By amount paid Paul Compton, insurance on amount J no. Webb cleaning cistern at Courthouse Dec. 21, By amount paidSaraue. Marshall, wood for jail. Continued on page '3 I 1 50' poor-hou- se 11 70 OS 41 Dec. 20, By J00j 10 10 20 00 THE NUT CLUB ' " This Sad Story Was All the Little Bird's Fault. (Copyright, By F. R. MORG. ma, Wostora Newspaper I 25 MM -- AA5 U''f4 ZbSLo ' rrTTUB COMCiALduB MO T HY donY YouTAKf . SdfeSlD - INVEST l2 fl22NL ifcO 'W iH. C 5g 7 MAY NOT HAVE AUC !mc i,m v o FINERY FOR THE BRIDE '! IHNUMEKABLE ARE THE PRETTY IN EVIDENCE. mJ 1I , THINGS th for the Principal Figure and Her Attendants There Seeme to Be No End to the Delightful Possibilities. . ,. Vide 1b not built upon the ideal lines she trios to conform to them as ncar-sv'jr aB Ps9lDlc' nn(1 B0 tT"'a nnd fur" ' fm a belows. trimmings that cut tho skirt mm flmxjle lines veiled In vaporous clouds C tulle or illmy lace, wucro mo Jth figure In a clinging gown of subtly The Ideal bride Is a slender, girl ' able models or tms xma. a mouei which would make a charming frock for tho purpose Is of pale pink Tho bodlco Is made with kimono sleeves. Tho fronts of tho blouso arc cut with a shallow yoko nnd cross In surpllco Btylc. Tho skirt of tho frock is also mado with a yoko to which tho lower part Is attached In full draped folds. Thero is a girdle of pompadour ribbon with dull blue background strewn with pink roses. Tho ribbon glrdlo fastens nt tho left sldo and falls In long Rash ends. Another bridesmaid's frock Is of charmcuso nnd shadow laco. Tho lower part of tho bodlco and looped-utunic are of tho shadow lace. Tho Upper part of the bodice is draped with chiffon. The lower part of tho Bklrt Is of charmcuso. p pW char-mous- e. Goods Mailable By Parcel Post Free J.BACONasgH 4th Avenue and Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Delivered Railroad Fares Refunded to Customers all Year Round Out-of-Tow- n I i y, a length and sleevos or corsngo draperies that widen tho Bllhouctto aro all taboo. The princess gown, so long a favorite with brides, has to a largo extent given placo to the girdled frock. Many of tho loveliest bridal gowns of the season are mado with skirts rising high to meet a simple, clinging llttlo bodlco chiefly or entirely of lace or other sheer material. Often this skirt Is merely a satin tuxto swathed softly around tho body, tie two sides crossing surpllcewiso in f font, opening to show a glimpse of Hnaerrooo or pciucoai or iace, iuiio or other sheer stuff, and sweeping backward to form tho long train. Tho upper part of tho bodlco Is in tho sheer laco or tullo of the petticoat. "Where tho train Is not managed in some Buch clinging, draped tunic fashion it is usually mado separately. When it comes to bridesmaids' frocks, thero is no end to tho delight- ful possibilities. Models quaint, pic- - MARY DEAN. Most Prompt and Effectual Cure for Bad Golds. When you have a bail cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief, but effect a prompt and permanent cure, a remedy that Is plensant to take, a remedy that contains nothing injurious. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores the system to n healthy condition This remedy has a world wide sale nnd use, and can always be depended upon. Sold by All Dealers. NUB I Our Annual May White Sale is now in Progress This is the one sale of the year in which we offer exceptional inducements in White yard Goods and White Goods of every description in every department of our store. Those who wish to save money will take advantage of this sale, because of the low prices. MUSLIN AND CREPE GOWNS' J Aluslln Clowns; nice quality; slipover and tucked yoke OQp styles; sOc value; this sale.. tJU Muslin downs; splendid quality; slipover style with embroidery trimmed yoke; 75c val- - AQn Aluslln Oowns; In V and slipover styles; lace and em broidery trimmed; $1 00 TCp I Ju value riuslln Gowns; V neck and slipover styles, beautifullv trimmed with lace and em- - M OC P l.fcJ broidery Crepe Gowns; trimmed with linen lace; shown in white with QQp with pink or blue ring 00b design high-nec- k Combination Suits and Princess Slips Aluslln Combination Suits; consisting of dyawcrs and corset cover; trimmed with torchon lace and ribbon; 75c val- Cflp Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; trimmed with val. lace nnd KQf ribbon; 7flc value; sale price Jub Combination Suits, consisting ot drawers and corset cover; handsomely trimmed with embroidery and ribbons; $1.25 QOp UOb value .1 Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; trimmed with embroid- ROp CORN BEFORE PLANTING Longcloth Gowns; beautifully trimmed in laces and imitation hand embroidery; 83c val- - CCp ue riuslln Gowns; allover lace yoke and embroidery and lace trimmed styles; 8flc val- RQp k in V and slipover (M 1fl styles; embroidery trimmed; SI.5O value.. 4) I . I U Crepe Gowns; plain white and striped effects; some (M QC sale 4) I ,L J price Aluslln Gowns; embroidery and lace medallion trimmed; slip over, V and high neck QCr styles high-nec. Princess Slips; made of India linon, made to sell for ial for this sale tl 25; spec at. 89c Carefully Experiments Conducted Have Proven Advantages In Practice Increases Yield. At tho North Carolina station carefully conducted experiments have demonstrated that it is advisablo to nub corn before planting, for it has been found that, when seed from the tips and butts of ears aro placed In one plot, and by tho side of it another of tho eamo ears, thero is a larger percentage of dwarfed and barreu stalks on the plot planted in tip and but kernels than from tho other, and henco less yield of shelled corn per aero. An both plots were planted on tho samo typo of soil, and treated In tho same way by fertilization and cultivation. It is strongly probable that tho decreased yield of tho plot sown In butt and tip gralnB was duo to tho seecl, aB all other conditions were as nearly identical for both as it was possible to secure. A Longclothand Nainsook Gowns Princess Slips; made up In white nainsook and colored lawn; trimmed with laces nnd M Cfl embroidery; $2.00 value 4) I . JU Princess Slips; made of the best quality nainsook; regular price $2 00 to $ 3.00 this sale M 0Q 4) 1. 00 7, I x &. & Combination Suits; consisting of drawers and corset cover; lace trimmed; well made; f I 50 value; priced for this sale .$1.25 nt j3 I Petticoats, Drawers, Corset Covers ruffle Children's Muslin Underwear finished at neck and sleeves with hemstitched ruffle; sizes 2 to l.i years; 35c to 50c values ODo ZOb for Aluslln Gowns; hign or V neck styles, with yoke of fine QQp OOu tucks; sizes 2 to 14 years Aluslln Drawers; finished with 1 En tucks and hemstitched Aluslln Drawers; lace and embroidery trimmed styles; QQp uJb 50c value Nainsook Drawers; trimmed daintily with laces and Clip UUb embroidery; 75c value Ib lace with embroidery and r Aluslln Aluslln Petticoats; trimmed Aluslln Gowns; slipover style; ....75c Texas Wonder The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 51. One small bottle is two msn lis' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W, Hall. 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kohtucky testimonials. So'd by druggists. Advertisement. More Politeness for Toklo Police. Since tho appointment of Mr. as tho superintendent of tho Metropolitan Police bureau, Instructions have been given to tho chiefs of tho police stations in tho city In connection with the, better treatment of tho public, in order to prevent unnecessary ill feeling on the part of tho people. Tho new superintendent has issued another instruction to modify tho language used by tho police to a more polite form. Hitherto, tho police havo been accustomed to use unrefined language in tho imperative mood, such as "01! oil" or "Kora! kora!" which signify, "HI! hi!" or "Here! here!" These utterances will bo replaced with moro polite and gentlo words, such as "Moshl, moshl," or "Halloo! Please elrl" London Telegraph. An-rak- I Corset Covers; lace and em broidery trimmed; 39c val- - OCp for Aluslln Corset Covers; beau-tl- f lly trimmed with linen OQp tOb lace; 50c value for Pettlc ats; tucked nuflln ruffle; embroidery and lace Clip "Ob trimmed Petticoats; several lace and embroidery trimmed QQp '. OOu styles Aluslln Pettlcoais; several lace nnd embroidery trimmed G 1 Cf styles 4 I . JU Aluslln Petticoats; handsomely trimmed with embroidery lace and ribbon bead- M QQ 4) 1.30 ing Nainsook Drawers; daintily trimmed with laces and 7Rp I Jb embroidery Aluslln Drawers; circular and Dorothy styles; tiimroed in Inces and embroideries; 51.20 98c value Aluslln Drawers; hemstitched nnd with cluster of tucks; ln sizes 2 and I! years Sizes 4 to 6 1 Op lb years IZb fluslln Gowns; neatly trimmed with embroidery insertion and cluster of tucks; sizes 2 to AQn HOu II years for fluslln Skirts; finished with ruffle; sizes QQp 4 to 11 years ZOb Aluslin Skirts; trimmed with cluster of tucks and ruffle of em broidery; sizes 4 to 14 39c years for . Aluslln Skirts; good quality muslin with ruffle of em- AQn broider ; izes 4 to 1.; year 40b lace-trimm- 15c years Aluslln Drawers; with ruffle 1 Qp with lace edge; sizes 2 to I 0b 12 years; sale price Misses' fluslln Drawers; finished with ruffle of lnce and embroidery: sizes I4 to 18 OQp years; 3JC value... ZOb Princess Slips; skirt finished with hemstitched ruffle; siz- - Cflp UUb es 6 to 16 years Princess Slips; finished with emtroiderv trimmed ruffle; PCp sizes to l. ears ... UUb I Sizes 10 and 12 ' Buy Your Lace Curtains Now and Save Money Irish Point Lace Curtains; regular price JO. 00; this sale Our regular $2.00 and Lace Curtains; regular price $3.00; curtains; this sale this sale f.'.SO lace Nottingham lace curtains; regular price $1.23; this sale 1 $3.95 the pair $2.25 the pair $1.69 the pair 98c tl.u pair i u C"a39WaffW:::3.sryJBrtE Court Proceedings Continued from page 2 Dec. 23, By amount paid Samuel Marshall", wood fdr jail Jan. 10, 1913, by amount paid TheWorell Mfg. Co., disen-fecta- 50 turesque, artistic, or merely beautiful, in conservative fashion, aro seen on every side, and extravagance Is not necessary, for some of the most attractive things for bridesmaids purposes aro comparatively simple. The frock of net and lace and of chiffon or cbarmeuso with quaint of silk aro admirable for tho bridesmaid, and thero aro innumer- t-v, 1 50 nt Basham, trimming trees in Court House jard Mar. 21, by amount paid H. M. Blair, 10 cords wood for jail. Apr. 21 by amount paidGus. D. Shellman services as Commissioner and Receiver to date.. Apr. 1, by balance on 1,029 11 hand 2 85 I5 00 PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR maJe from choice winter wheat with leavening which Is pure ami wholesome. A strictly phosphate leavening is used and the residue left in the bread by baking is phosphate of soda and phosphate of cal culm salts of unquestioned dietic value. Is 50 00 for Court House and awr ufferii COsts Better CALUMET itt5!fll ("Llr'! &h Bakes less BAKING POWDER jail Jan. 11, by amount paid D. H. Haynes, repairs for Court House cistern Jan. I3, by amount paid W. J. Hall, Janitor Jap. 14, by amount paid Andrew Elder, repairing desk and Court House Jan. 15, by amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. account Worrell Mfg Co. Jan. by amount paid Denote Sheeran Janitors services Jan. 20, by amount paid R. M. Basham stove repairs Jan. 31, by amount paid Ander son Pool cleaning jail vault., Jan. 3I. by amount, paid The Bank of Hardinsburg as Trust Co., interest on bonds 44 and 45 10 00 $!),0J5 03 $9,025 (Continued next week) Oil 75 Rheumatism Quickly Cured. 20 00 ACCURACY, RELIABILITY AND UNIFORMITY are lhe odv words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Knifing Flour Is used. Scientifically and accurately mixed by our special!) machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to hav the nroner inirredients. Give it a trial. "My sister's husband had an attack of;rheumatlsm in his arm," writes a well "I 150 known, resident of Newton, Iowa.Linigave him a bottle of Chamberlln's ment which he applied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism 10 00 was gone." For chronic muscular rheuyou will find'uothing better than 20 00 matism Chamberlln's Liniment Sold by All 55 Dealers. lu 00 .... ed a I LfcWIM'UKI NULL UMFAINY i Lewisport, Kentucky FOR SALE BUILDING LOTS 50 00 1 It insures wholesome food, tasty food uniformly raised food. Calumet is made right-- to sell rlght-- to bake right. Ask one of the millions of women who use It or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS tl,in yu aro for in these days of high living cost Calumet insures a wonderful savintr in your baking. But it does more. ECONOMY"tlmt's ono looking ' I... mm tun. . nunm. Feb. 7, by amount paid Herbert Chambliss wood for jail. Feb. 14, by amount paid Pat Sheeran, coal for jail Feb. 17, by amount paid The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Janitors services Feb. 25, by amount paid J. 11. Gibson, interest, on $1,000 bond to Feb. 28, I6I3 Mar. 1, by amount paid Mrs. W. K Barnes, Interest on county bond to Jan. 51 IOI3 Mar. 13, by amount paid A. 50 15 05 20 00 4O 00 ,... 20 00 Early Inoculation. It 1b Interesting to oxamlno young alfalfa plants and noto how quickly thoy obtain tho benefit ot bacteria. Plants loss than four weoka old may havo two or threo nodules on a slnglo root and havo a countless number of bacteria furnishing nitrogen from tho air. When land Is first inoculated by tho uso ot soil from an old field ono may find much unovennoss in tho sizo of plants at an early ago, duo to tho fact that tho taller plants aro getting an abundanco ot nltrogon, wbllo tho smaller plants havo fow or no bactorla at work for thorn. It is for this reason that a second seeding on land that haa boon mado tp grow alfalfa successfully Is much surer than a first seeding. nitrogen-rjatherlng The first step toward owning your own home is to secure the necessary building in the right location. Let me sell you one on the monthly payment plan; you will never regret the investment. No interest. Write me for particulars. i4ii cataipa street H. V. HARRIS, Louisville, Ky. r, H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. I'hone IS. World'. Fura Food Expotltlon, Chlcaao, I1L cleaning out public private Mar. 13, by W. J. Hall, Janitor Mar. 17, by amount paid II. T. Gibson, bond No. D and to date Mar. 29, by amount paid Fred in-ter- Paris Expotttlon, France, March, 1812. baking powJtt. umel 110 5 20 00 inu W cha or Dtt'tU mUlL Bun Calumtt. U'i mr tttmrnkel gi44 hU mukt. Ckmtl (taimttkfh wur mik d Van Jm' um biwmu whtn hit-ca- n nr jk 7& 75 Heavy, impure blood makes a mud complexion, headaches, pimply nausea, Indigestion Thin blood makes you. weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, souud digestion, use Burdock nitf... CI nO lintfln at all stores. Atlv, dy, DENTIST Rcli!encehcllnianHouie Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky r nl.l Office I Over Farmers Bank ' 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO.D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher MEANS BETTER PRICES OF FREQUENT MOTOR TRUCK VALUE TO THE FARMER. Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPOBT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1913 Subscription prico $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged for at tho rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Picnics are all tho go now, Now Helps In Getting Goods to Market Quickly Scheme Might Be Put In Force. The rapid changes In market prices of fruit and produce from day to day have much to do with the farmer's profits. By placing his goods in the commbslon man's hands at tire right instant he is often able to realize sov- eral dollars more on a slnglo day's harvest. The importance of a swift and reliable motor truck In assisting him to do this can hardly bo overestimated. Aside from tho farmer tho motor truck is also winning a place in the hearts of the small miller. Flour Is being hauled to the largo cities by trucks from small towns which are not far enough away to make railroad shipment profitable. In one case a truck makes a round trip of 54 miles hauling 2& to 3 tons of flour on from 1G to 18 gallons of gasoline. Formerly It took two teams between two and three days to make the same trip Another miller hauls flour to his customers within a radius of CO miles of his place. Usually, too, old farm wagons are used for trailers and the motors pull these along, well loaded, a feat that was Impossible In the past. Weary workers of the- city who delight In spending their summer vacations on favorite farms have noted the swift Introduction and extensive use of the motor car by the farmer. The wise tiller of tho soil has even applied this knowledge to the transfer of his milk. There was a time that the small city, boy delighted in rising early during his stay on the farm and riding to the creamery with the hired man in a light wagon. Now this is being changed so that a motor truck carries the among tho farmmilk. ers is also a factor, for any number in a community are making a combined investment, and finding that such an action makes a return in profits. plans have Numeious been suggested since the farmer has begun to realize tho value to him of vehicles. Among these is one which would have the merchants of a central village work in touch with the farmers in outlying parts, so that each could have their goods delivered with the greatest dispatch and at the least possible cost. And with the attention now being given to the transportation of milk and cream to the cities this could be worked out on a schedule that would do away with the necessity of having milk standing for hours on hot and dirty platforms. In some cases the places would be close enough to the cities to make direct deliveries at lower figures than the railroads, and where the distance was too far less time would be necessary in hauling to shipping points. - Spend Less Than You Earn, Is Rule. Save a little every week, and when you get an increase of wages or salary continue to live within the former limits and save the Increase. If you find It difficult to save, go in debt for a homo or undetako somo other obligation In tho way of investment that will compel you to savo. In these days, of course, tho average man has better opportunities to win success In salaried positions than in Individual enterprises. The big enterprises pay big salaries at the top, and closo application will win promotion toward these bigger rewards. It Is not necessary for a man to get a big salary before he begins to put money aside. Henry B. Huntington, Financier, of Los THREE NEW HOMES GOING UP IN CLOVERPORT With orderly movement, theso buildings aro being erected like clock-wor- k under Mr. Wcathorholt's contract. His he mm method assures: First Undivided Responsibility to ovcry detail of building. Second: Freedom from "Extras." You will know tho prico and thero will bo no extra charges not understood. Third: Completion on Time, Inquiries concerning BIG SPRING Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McCans, of Eliza-bethtown, Architecture, Building Equipment, Interior Decoration, Painting given prompt attention by mail or personal information given at tho office. spent Thursday night with his brother, J. H. Meador. Mrs. Kate Casey, of Vine Grove, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Griffith, Tuesday. Mrs. Achelles Moorman will entertain the Ladies' Aid to dinner the 15th, 't that your Spring suit is paid for, remember the C. II. S. concrete walk fund. Strange that the Hood laft us plenty grains of sand, but no drops of water for these dry, spring days. You can tell the races are on in Louisville by tho crowd of men passengers on tho L., II. & St. L. theso days. A self and his work, beforo one can read between the lines. letter of recommendation has to be followed by the man him- . This season tho Cloverport women aro wearing the prettiest and most becoming hats they have over had, taking all the millinery as a whole. children. Ho must havo had good Jeff Hook is one of twenty-on- e luck in trying to keep the little Hooks straight, is tho reason ho thinks he can make a successful sheriff. As a rule, our best men come from big families. The Rev. air. James II. "Walker, the Methodist pastor, delivered a loving tribute to mothers in his morning sermon Sunday. Tho church was beautifully decorated in white and pink ilowers and the music was very appropriate. Two dentiists and two physicians have been employed by the Second Avenue Baptist church, New York, for the purpose of looking after the teeth and general health of the indigent members of the congregation. Our Baptist folks might give Dr. Baucurn the same work in Cloverport and include the services of Dr. Owen. The Methodists, Presbyterians and all denominations would do a great work in following suit. No ono can have much religion who has the toothache or a "misery" in his side. THE ADVANCEMENT OF ART being her birthday. Sherrell Hnrpool is again clerking for Mr. Carter. 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. Mr. and Mrs. C C.Martin were called to May's Grove last week to see their who was quite ill. Mrs. C. B. Witt has returned home grand-dnught- MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor il Cloverport, iveniucKY Announcement .I from Louisville. Mrs. Will Miller and children, of Vine Grove, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lilly Mae Scott. Mrs. Tom Scott, of Vine Grove, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Lilly Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penick, of motor-drive- n spent Saturday andj Sunday Rev. W. O. Penick and family. d Miss Pearl Collins Is home from where she has been attending with his brother, Lyn-lan- school. Mother's day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday. Miss Maggie Scott entertained some friends from BewleyvilleSunday. Mrs. Ben Dowell and son Pate, went to Ekron Saturday to see her son Ed. C. H. Moorman spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. A. Hynes... Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. The first application gives Eas and Rest. 60c iTO Economic Inquiry, Conducted Along Scientific Lines, Means Much to the Human Race. Notwithstanding the growth In recent years of tho work of tho geologi- cal survey along practical economic lines, scientific work has not been neglected, according to the annual report of the director for last year. In fact, In the survey tho scientific Investigations aro Inseparable from the economic work, though tho one or the other may predominate in purpose according to the needs of the particular research in hand. In any field economic work of tho highest rank Is impossible without full knowledge of tho scientific laws and principles pertaining to tho subject of the work, but as there is no application of geology which does not involve unsolved problems, some of them of the highest Importance, the best knowledge available Is nevertheless relative. It thus follows that the broad and searching observations which should accompany every piece of good economic work comprehend data that aro eventually combined in tho construction of new Bclentlflo hypotheses, some of which, as more observations accumulate. crow into established laws or principles that aro In turn of tho greatest practical consequence. Thus the detailed studies of the metalliferous deposits in ono region or another bring to llgbj; evidence from which to determine the genesis of the ores and the modes or conditions by their occurrence, and tho economic inquiry becomes more Intelligent and successful when once this new principle regarding the modo of an ore occurrence Is understood. STRONG, mined to make a stand and fight the French before the walls of Moscow, they put old Kutsof at the head of the army In place of Barclay de Tolly. General Blucher was seventy when he was defeated at Ligny and lell under his horBe, and the French cavalry rode over him; yet a day or two after he led on his Prussians against MAKES A SAVING OF GASOLINE Napoleon at Waterloo. After many years of warfare, those old men, Well- Dependable Cranking Device Does ington and Soult, stood at the head More Than Increase the Efficiency and Comfort. of their respective cabinets, one in England and the other in France, preserving by their talents the peace of "In addition to Increasing the efficiency and comfort of an automobile, Europe and the world. a dependable cranking device is a material factor in gasoline economy," Diet and Longevity. driver. "In drivFrom a town upon the Atlantic says a ing around the city much of the fuel coast of New Jersey there is anwhile the engine Is runnounced the death last week of a res- is consumedAt ning idle. least such is the case ident whoso years numbered 104. equipped There are other recent records of cen- when the car is not cranking with an device. perhaps, in which efficient automatic tenarians, but none, In city Aork, a driver rolls up to the is indicated so directly tho contribucurb, Jumps out, makes a brief call tory causo of longevity. and is off again to the next place. He Here it is specified with great parmany such stops In a ticularity: "He ate large quantities often makes day. If he have no automatic starter of oysters and very little meat" Oth- ho will let the engine run because he er claimants for discovery of tho se- docs not want to undergo the annoycret of long life have told of their temcranking. To perance in artificial Indulgence In to- ance and the labor of go through operation 10, 20 or They per- more times athat entalls-- a great deal bacco and in stimulants. day sisted upon tho earth because they of energy and consumes time. There-fore- , avoided popular temptations. he lets tho engine run idle so Not bo this veteran of New Jersey. that he can step in and drive away Ho tasted tho "lightning" beverage without loss of timo and without the of that state as bis appetite impelled outlay of physical effort. him; he drank on the average eight "If, on the other hand, his car Is cups of coffee each day, but equipped with a dependable cranking he fortified nature by swallowing device, he will stop his engine, no mat"large quantities" of oysters. Boston ter how brief his call may be, because Journal. ho knows that all that Is required to start It again Js to press the button. Remember the "Old School Consequently tho car so equipped is consuming no gasoline during these House Hill" with a cash dona- frequent stops and has that much advantage in fuel economy over the car tion for'the Concrete Walk. that must be cranked by hand." well-known so-call- Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days R1GT0N Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hobson, of Roosevelt, Oklahoma, arrived last week to visit her brother Mr. W. G. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Dowell went to Louisville, Saturday. Miss Margaret Wortharn, of Louisville is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Crider. Mrs. J.J. Tilford visited in Owens-bor- o last week. Mr. Fred Chamberlin, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L Chamberlin. Little Wallace Morrison has been ill with measles. W. J. Piggot spent Friday in Louisville. Mrs. George Oiler has returned from a visit to friends, and relatives, at Caney-vill- e. Miss Mary Smith, of Guston, spent Wednesday in town. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft went to Guston, Sunday for a few days visit to Mrs. H. L. Bell and to be with hersister, Mrs. (5. E Kagln, ol Frankfort who is visiting there. Mrs. Larue Cox and daughter, of Madisonville, have returned home, after a pleasant stay with her sister, Mrs Newsom Gardner. Mrs. M. A. Brandenburg left Friday, for Houston, Texas. Her daughter Mrs: C. L. Chamberlin accompanied her to Kath-erln- We beg to announce that we have arranged with Mr. R. F. Outcal creator of the celebrated character "BUSTER BROWN" and t he worll highest paid artist, to furnish us each week with a special drawing ar advertisement for our Bank. These pictures and ads. will be on this page a long time and we believe will Interest and educate both old and young. HGetting Mr. Outcault's service cost us no small price, but we did it and feel that the valne of his work will justify the expenditure. We Invite you to look each week at Mr. Outcauh'sillustrations. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. llardinsburg, K e, EvansviUe. BUT OLD IN YEARS Miscalculated. Though the devoted young man had been at her home for nearly an hour, tho presenco of tho family In the room, with only a largo doorway intervening, had prevented him from risking a kiss. When the big clock just above where they sat on tho sofa struck 8, tolling off tho hours with a loud gong and much rumbling of mechanism, ho received an Inspiration, "Mabel," ho said sweetly. "What, dear?" "When tho clock strikes "again I shall kiss you." After tho proverbial ago, be heard tho warning rumble of tho clock. In exact unison with the first stroke ho gavo the girl a resounding smack, it up with others carefully timed, until he had counted nine. "The next time I'll have ten," ho Ighed when it was all over. "But, dear," she protested, "that r stroke." Wis only the half-hou- Use for Vacuum Cleaner. History Replete With Records of Men Who Have Done Great Things Beyond Their Allotted Space. There aro somo old men who aro not to be despised. Somo are apt to think that nono but young men can do much. Some, indeed, shoot up like a rocket, and go out like ono. Others rlso slowly, llko fixed stars, and as they aro slow to rise they are slow to set. u. ; t'.-f- &K , and his greatest deeds wore performed between forty-eig, when ho died. and Young. waB an old man when ho wrote somo of his best poetry, and ho was sixty when ho began his "Night Thoughts." Thomas Scott wrote as much at soventy as at any period of his life. Talleyrand at the age of eighty stood at the head of affairs In France under Napoleon, and then under the Bourbons. When the Ruulana ware deter Cromwell was only a captain when forty-ono- he was Almost every motorist knows how difficult It is to remove dust and dirt from an automobile top and the upholstery. If you can have the use of a vacuum cleaner, that is the best method I know of. Brushing a mohair top will remove the surface dust, both Inside and out, but a lot of dust remains In tho fabric Itself, and It is Impossible to remove this except by tho means I have suggested. Of course, tho outsldo of a rubbor or composition top should bo washed, and the cleaner used on tho lining. ht fifty-six- Try a News Want'Ad. j Even on tho upholstery, whether of leather or cloth, the vacuum cleaner is splendid. It draws every atom of dirt and other accumulations from around the buttons, bindings, etc. One of tho hardest objects in the world to- keep clean ie an automobile, because it gathers dust , with every mile It travels and even while standing Idle la the street, to the annual spring cleaning should he aa thorough as It can he wade. Annual class recital of Mrs. Louis H. Jolly, Friday, May 23, 8 p. m. , in chapel of school building. The public is cordially invited. Mr. Len Gregory, of Cloverport, was in town several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Hook and children left Friday for a visit to her father Mr. J. Haynes, at Union Star. Miss Viola Lewis went to Owensboro Saturday, Mrs. Cliff Haddock, of4 Webster, wns in town Wednesday. Dr. Nevitt, and family spent Thursday at Paynesville. Mrs. T. R. Blythe and guests, Mrs. Julo Hardin and daughter Clara, of CJoverport, have returned home from a trip to Brandenburg. Cold water, a little lard less than with ordlnary,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 hreadhill. Try It. Dr. Nevitt will attend the State Railroad Surgeon's meeting at Louisville the 14th and 15th. While there he will visit the patients at Lakeland, in order to attain some information in regard to the awful disease Pelagra. Mr. O. A. Dowell is making improvements on his home, on Walnut St. Mr. Lawrence Bandy, and sister Mary have been visiting Miss Lorena Penick. Mrs. G. L Brady went to Louisville Sunday, Mrs. 'Nannie J. Wathen will leave this week to spend a month with Mrs, R. N. Miller, at Indianapolis. Mrs. Morton Penick, of Cloverport, spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Atkisson. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wilson will leave Wednesday for St. Louis to attend the Southern Baptist Convention. Mr. Fred Taylor, of Hodgenville is the guest of his brother, Dr. W. B. Taylor. Mr. J. R. Rolatd will move his family to Brandenburg this week. Mrs. C. O. Kitterman,. and son Buskin, are anticipating a trip to Corydon, Ind. Mrs. Belle Bruiere, of St. Louis, arrived Sunday to be the guest of Mrs. Bate Herndon. Mrs. Fladge Carter, of Cloverport, Is visiting the Misses Greenwood. Little Adele McAfee is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McAfee. m m cers are never too busy to advise with you on tho financial subject. W Offi If you have ,a proposi-'- j tion which needs financiBK or want a loan for private business cob and talk it over. Tho talk will bo in fidenco, and is likely u suit in your getting h New Accounts Solicited The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. BIG WOOL DAY AT IRVIHGTOH At the same place, Hie same man. Cold water, a little lard less tt with ordinary flour and a hot tovj au you neeu to mane ma nnett or or bu out of Perfection Self Rising Flo ALL DAY It will save you 20 per cent, on Try It. , Bring your wool in dry and in fleeces bread bill. to get the most money for same. Wool T Cure a CM la Om Dft ' bags at The Irvington Hardware and hi LAXATIVE BROMO Qmaimt. It a tte Implement Co. Come as early as possi- Ceufb Md HMdMbc tad wdw uriMgiw wjm Mjf u K wan NATHAN KHRLICM C W. OBOVra lijnUwr ble, a Mh Highest Price Possible will be Paid Friday, May 23, 1913 j f f ,jL f" MQpTjaalBEgflai John D. liable, Jr., of Atlanta, ANNOUNCEMENTS Ga., was here enroute from New York, with his par and spent the week-enWEDNESDAY, MAY M, 1913 ents. Botered at the Post Offllce at Clotcrport, ICy News has been received here from as second class matter. Mattingly of the arrival of a fine son at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Ryan. ADVERTISING BY THE For Sheriff Wyandotte cleaner 10c bag. Nolle. Wo are authorized to nnnounco Mrs. Henry Yeager returned home AltTIIUItT. HEARD. from the infirmary in Louisville Mon of Hardlnsburg. as a GENERAL OKFICES candidate for Sheriff of NEW YORK AND CHICAGO day morning She is getting along 'cckcnrldgo county subject to Hio action ,tc,,u,),lcan WW' primary election Aii 2 BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES nicely. Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Carter and For County Court Clerk little daughters, Ruth and Catherine, IATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo aro authorised to nnnounco wore guests at her mother's home in JOHN N. AICER9, Louisville Sunday. of Hardlnsburg. ns a candidate for County B.50 Court Clerk, of Ilreckenrldgo county, subFor Precinct and city Offices.. k..$ Mrs. Marion Ryan, of Louisville, ject f tho action of l In- Republican party In $ 6.00 Primary hlection Augusts, 1B13. For County Offices was the guest of Mrs. George WeathFor State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 erholt and Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt for Calls, per line....: 10 during the week-enFor Cards, per line Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beavln went to For All Publications iu the interCannelton last week. Mrs. Beavin will individuals or expression est of 10 go from there to Huntingsburg to visit of individual views per line her daughter, Mrs. Hubert Elder. d fft'Brckcnridge News rvmm?is4!iszH:&m& 7r??5V3H&?&?3HZ?3?3i7 For Sale ti - Wa.rts. For Sale ot ANNOUNCEMENTS Notk Advertisers plcaso notify tlio editor when you want advertisement discontinued. pOH News office. Heavy Wrapping Paper. PALE Heavy wrapping paper for carpets. Two bin sheets for 5 cents PAINTING Interior Decorating 15 LgtoylUlllwllTlitlllTNlfrill Plisse Crepe Cloth te. for dresses. Nol- jl12!ll iiH g RHH HB3 !i H W SI ld H Si WH 2MM LOCAL BREVITIES Baseball goods. Nolte. Mrs. Robert Polk was in Louisville J last .week. Chas. Watkins Babbage is home from Louisville. Curtain Net and Colonial Drapery. Nolte. Mrs. Henry Lewis, who has been critically ill, is better. Mr. Chas. B. Skillman, of Morgan field, was here Monday. Straw hats, 5 cents. Nolte. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burnett have returned from Madisonville. Mrs. David Isome died at her home near Patesville, May 11th. Mr. Wnf. Bowmer, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .Weatherholt, of Louisville, were guests of his parents. Miss Fannie Polk and Mies Verdle blk, of Tobinsport, were here Wednes f day. Pekoe Tea for ice tea. Nolte. For Sale Richardson's lkates-$- 4. Will sell for $1.2o. News ball-beari- Ifflce. Miss Iva Rice, of Irvington, returned 'hnm e Mnndav after a visit to Miss Bessie Arnold. Bareain slipper cut to $1 per pair Nolte. Irs. Julia Woods and son, Mr. John Monday morning Woods, returned from Addison. Mrs Kllln Pate, who has been visit- jig her sons, Shelby and Forest Pate, as returned home. r Lawrdl-bearin- rishlng tackle, all kinds. Nolte. Mrs.' Harrv Gans and daughter, Ma ry Quarrier, are home from Hawes. ville and Ovensboro. Apple butter and preserves, very fine. Nolte. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of Kansas eity, Mo., is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Laslle and children' left Saturday for Eagle Lake, Texas, to make their home. Mr. Jeff Dillon and Mrs. J. H. Row- md were, guests of Miss Emmy Lou at Glen Dean last week. Young Man Dies In i roller skates. Nolte. fr Dr. E. C. McDonald, Mr. Paul Lewis, Dr. Hillary Boone and Dr. Johnson, of Louisville, were dinner guests at the home of the Misses Plank last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles, Miss Annie Jennings, of Irvington, and Miss Helen Hawkins, of Owensboro, were guest! of Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Chapin Sunday. John L. Rhodes and daughter, Bertha, of McDaniels. came diwn Saturday to spend a few days with his daughter, Mrs. N. H. Quigging, of this place. Miss Nannio Ryan, of Evansvllle, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. NatNewnian, of Mattingly, has returned home accompanied by her niece, Miss Marian Newman. Rev. H. E. Jarboe, Stephensport, attended the sale near Glen Dean, his father's old place, last Saturday. Another son, C. W. Jarboe, of Oxford, Miss., was also there. Croquet sets and tennis rackets. Nolte. Messrs D. K. Lee, R. F. Buckman and J. R. Van Patton, of Chicago, spent Friday with Master Mechanic J. B. Randall, and were entertained with a chicken dinner at the Duncan House. Althea Aloise Randall, the sweet baby girl of Mr. and Mrs Charles Randal), of Nashville, died suddenly last week. Their Cloverport friends regret to hear of their sad disappoint ment. Cold water, a little lard less thnn wit.t ordinary Hour and a hot stove is all you need to make the finest of bread out of Perfection Self Rising Flour. It will save you 20 per cent, on your bread bill. Try it. Delightful Aroma Seal Brand Coffee Nolte Mrs. Emma Skillman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Randall, Mrs. John T. Matthews, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Fontain, of Louisville, and Mrs. Leon McGavock were at Holt, the guests of Mrs. Virgil Hardin and family Sunday afternoon Mrs. Henry Pate entertained the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Monday afternoon. Brick ,Ice cream and cake were served. The society had a most interesting meeting. Mrs. Sallie Moorman gave a very interesting talk about the missionary work in Fla. She said that every member in the church there belonged to the Missionary Society, and once a year the churches of every denomination had a grand annual meeting together. The guests were very enthusiastic over the plan and left with new visions for the great work to be accomplished in old Cloverport. Rugs, mattings, lace curtains, and shades. Nolte. De-lan- d, years experience See My Wall Paper Sample Books for 1913 For The Sfalc Senate Residence. COlt RALE Homo on Huston street. Hun. Wo aro authorized to announce 1 ored-folot: soren rooms; stono foundaJE8SK WIIITWOKTII, tion: tlio roof piped for km; condition good. Terms reasonable!'. I). Kerry. of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for the State subject to tho action of thn DemoSenate cratic party, Primary election August 2. For Sal- e- Exshaw House , Wo aro authorized to announco COlt SALE on easy terms, small cash pay-- 1 ment, ulio Exshaw houso opposite tho 0. C. OKAY, ball park. For particulars address H. V. of Mcadocounty. as a candidate for the Stato Harris, Hll CatalpaBt., Louisville, Ky. Senate, Btibjeet to tho action of tho Democratic party, Primary election Augusts. For Sals Farm Acres hill farm, 2K miles of Hawes. Hie, 7"2 For Representative Ky. j somo branch bottom, all l,ys Rood, (food houso; now barn 42x14; all neces-snr- y We arc authorized to announco outbuildings; orchard; on rural routo: 115 00 per acre; part cash. I). O. Duncan, 1'KYTON K. CLAYCOMH, IOCk IloxStl, HuwesTllle. Ky. of Webster, as a candidate for Representaot Ilreckenrldgo county, subject to tho tive action of tho Democratic party, Primary For Sale Lumber. election Augusts, 101:1. COlt SA T.E Lumber. Can furnish a mar, any hill ho may want. Chas. Tabellng, Wo aro authorized to announco Tar Fork. Ky. TUB HON. D. If. SEVERS, of Cloverport, as a candidate for RepresenGood Farm For Sale. tative of Iircckcnridgo county, subject to the action of tho Democratic Tarty, Primary Kor Sale 150 acres Rood land. Improveelection Aug. S. ments six room dwelling; two Rood burns; Wo aro authorized to announco fine water ; 50acres In timber; 75 acres cleared bottom land, situated ut Tar Fork on counJESSE II. MILLER, ty road, 5 miles from St. Mary's church and of Sample, ns a candldato for Representative ono mile from Methodist and llaptlst church. Two Rood school houses within ono mile, of Ilreckenrldgo county, subject to the act-Io- n of tho Democratic party, Primary elec1'rleo fl.250. The timber rightly handled will pay for It. Write or come to see me at Tar tion August End. l'ork. J.H.JACKSON. Wo aro authorized to announco' X Wo aro authorized to nnnounco VIC. KnilKflTHnN. rL,?rVniJl?.an: !in ft candldato for County "' "recKcnriogo county subject m.yi0?ctJ?n .f lno Uctnocr-MtlParty. Augusts. Wo aro authorized to announco W. T. nitRfinnv. i ?HKi2I??,J.,i""ftcl,n'n,1ate 'or County Clerk. p"r &1?.1. party t'!, ''i'"0' ' For Sheriff Wo aro authorized to announco B. T.. HMtTII . of Glen Dean, as a candldato for Sheriff of I rockcnrldgp county subject to tlio action of P"rty' pr'mar' ''lection Aug, - 10l3L''nOCra .., ,,w. iiuun, Wo aro authorized to announco m. . 1 of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for Sheriff or Ilreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party, Primary olcctlon Wo are authorized to announco FIN LEY MILLER. of Hardlnsburg, as a candidate for Sheriff of Ijrcckinriilge county subject to the action of tlio Democratic party. Primary election Auff. For Jailor Lilbon E. Smith Painter and Decorator Cloverport. Ky." Dr. Jesse Baucum MOORMAN DITTO, of Glen Dean, as 11 candldato for Represen- PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-R RESIDENT Wo aro authorized to announco tative of Ilreckenrldgo county, subject to tho ROE HOOK. action of the Democratic party In Primary of Hardlnsburg. as a candidate for Jailor ot Election Augusts. Ilreckenrldgo county, subject to tho action of tho Democrats in Primary Election, Aug.S. For Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announco We are nuthorlacd to announco O. W. MILLER, J. It. LAYMAN, of Ellzabethtown, nsa candidate for Circuit of Kirk, as a candldato for Jailor of rirecki, .ludeo of tho Ninth Judicial District, subject euringocouniv siiujectto ttie action of tho to tho action of tlio Democratic party In tho Democrats in rrimary Klectlon August Snd, Ky. Office Opposlto Gibson's Drug Stcro DOING THEIR DUTY Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Primary election Augusts. For County Judge. We Scores Cloverport Readers Are Learning The Duty Of The Of Dentist Irvington, Kentucky aro authorized to announco Kidneys. II. F. MATTHEWS, of Axtel. as a candidate for Countv Judge of Ilreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of the Democratic party, Primary election are Authorized to announco TICE HENDRICK, as a candidate for Jailor of Ilreckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party at the August Primary. Wo Wo Vi aro authorized to announce August S, 1013. Wo aro authorized to announco To filter the blood, is the kidneys' duty, When they fall to do this the kidContractor and Builder. neys are weak. Backache and other kidney ills may Cumberland Phone Cloverport, Ky. follow. Estimates furnished for all kinds of Help the kidneys do their work. work, Write or phone me at Cloverport. Use Doan's Kidney Pills the tested kidney remedy. Proaf of their worth in the following: C. A. Wallace, Owensboro, Ky., says: "I can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone suffering from kidney trouble, as thev are the best remedy I know of for strengthening the GOOD kidneys. Several years ago, I was CARPENTERS afflicted with weak kidneys and I used Doan's Kidney Pills as directed They with tools work shirts May cured me. I have had no occasion to 10th; now Plant. use a kidney remedy since.'' KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT GO. "When Your Back is Lame Re, member the Name." Don't simply KY. xuamuaiMLL-ask for a kidney remedy ask distinct ly for DoHn's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Wallace hul SOc at all stores. Co., Props , Buffalo, DISPUTED, BUT KEPT TEMPER Henry G. Yeager 22-- Y of Cloveport. lis a candidate for Courty Judgo of Hrcckenrldgo subject to tho action of tho Democratic party, primary election Augusts Wo J. M. MULLEN, J. M. LEWIS, of Hardln'burg, ns a candidate lor Jailor, subject to the action ot the Democrat party In the August Primary. Wo are authorized to announco are iiutliorli d to announco CALVIN HENDRICK, Jit., of New Ilethel, as a candldato for Jailor, subject to tho action of the Democratic Primary Election Augusts, 1013. JAS. M. WITHERS, of Kirk, as u candldato for County Judge, of Ilreckenrldgo countv, subjtct to the action of tho Democratic Party, Primary election Aug. S. We are authorized to announce For Assessor Wo areiLUthorlztd WANTED! 50 to announce HENRY CASIIMAN of Raymond, as a candldato for Assessor SAM II. MX, of Ilreckenrldgo county, subject lo tho action of Stephensport, as a candldato for County ot tho Democratic party In Primary Election Judge of lireckeurldgo county, subject to Augusts. My Deputies: Forrest Jennings, tho action of tho Democratic party. mary election August Snd. Wo Pri- are authorized to announce Cloveroort: Joel limner. Tate. Hardlnsburg; James tel. C. Custer; Taylor Mattingly, Ax- DR. It. T. DEMPSTER. Wo are authorlztd to announce of Cilen Dean, as a candidate for County W. A. DOWNS, .juuKt) 01 urecKenruige county, subject to of Kirk, iisucandldntcfor tho action of the Democratic party Primary enrldgo county subject to Asscstorof Ilreck- tho uctloit of tho elect on, August. Snd. Democrat c party, Primary Aug. election 2. , Wo aro utt'lmr'rd to announco MIKE MILLER, ANDREW D. ?yU!RKS of Hardliisburg. as u candidate for County Judge of Ilreckenrldgo county subject to tho of Harned. as a candidate for Assessor of of tho Democratic party. Primary Ilreckenrldgo connty subject I o the action of the Democratic party, primary election Aug. election August 2. Snd. Wo are authorized to nnnounco For County Attorney Wo Wo are authorized to announco Foster-.vlllbur- n N. Y. Adv. SEEKS TO CREATE Movement IMMUNITY sufferirl tlMHCA Eagle Lake, Texas . ,. , ..... ...T rs, naymonu iuay. univcu iiuiiid Doulsville Sunday nightf and is News has been received here from e ill at her home in High Street. Eagle Lake, Texas, of the death of Mack Smith, from accidental drowning while in bathing. Mack was a son of Mr. Charley Smith, formerly of near Cloverport and a grandson of Mrs. Maty Smith. He was a bright boy just entering manhood. His father in writing to his aged mother said: "mother it was a great shock to me, but by the help of God I can stand it for he wasa devoted christian. Grand Jury. Wm. L. Matthews, foreman, Jno. O'Relley, C. W. Robbins, J. B. Rick-ettBerry Norton. Jr., D. II. Haynes, Cat Hendrick, Jno. Flood, Frank Mc Gary, Henry Harper, C. E. Robbins. s, POINTING OUT the troublesome tooth is not always an easy matter. In many instances it requires the expert knowledge of an Experienced and Skillful Dentist to locate the refractory member, and when located he should just how to treat it properly. KWe have the ability to do all this and to aoid serious trouble your teeth should be examined at least twice a year. This we do free of charge. A W. A. WALKER, Dentist Cruel. Tho elocution teacher was Instructing a scholar who had Insisted upon learning a long and rather prosy piece. "When you have finished the recitation," said the teacher, "bow gracefully and leave the platform on tip-tee.- Hardtaskurg, Ky. "On tiptoe T" asked the scholar. "Yes," asswered the teacher, "so M set to wake the audlesee." In Pittsburgh to Combat Tuberculosis by Safeguarding the Wolaeley'a career mention tho proHealth of the Babies. For County Court Clerk tracted dlsputo between Wolseley and We aro authorized to announco We aro autlio-ld to announco An Interesting experiment for tho Sir William Russell as to tho behavior JOHN E. MONARCH, II..A. ATEK. purpose of creating immunity against of the troops In South Africa in 1879. of Kirlc, ns a candidate for County c mdldalo for Russell had accused tho troops of Clerk of Ilreckenrldgo county, subject Court of Stephensport. as Schoo s of hrtckeiirldgo tuberculosis Is being tried In Pittsot Public to tho tho Democratic party In Primary county, .subject to tho action ot tlio Demoburgh under tho direction of tho Tu- drunkenness and looting In no uncer- action of Augusts. Election cratic party In Primary election AigjuatSnd. berculosis league of that city. Dr. tain terms. Wolseley defended his men with generous warmth, but tho William Charles White, medical diand rector of the league, says it will prob- manner In which both Wolseley othably take ten years boforo definite re- Russell kept their regard for each sults of tho work will bo appreciated.' er, each well knowing that the other Tho experiment Is being conducted on spoke in sincerity, was a model of tho theory that much, If not all, tuber- how a dlsputo of principle should bo culosis Infection begins in childhood. conducted between public men. Sir John Tennlel in Punch charmIn view of this fact, tho leaguo Is aimingly hit off this pollto yet furious ing to Bupervlso tho growth of every baby born for tho next ten years In quarrel in a cartoon. The cartoon the South Bido district of Pittsburgh. waB headed, "Tho Art of Politeness," Tho babies and their mothers will bo and underneath wero tho words: mo, Sir Garnet Wolseley Pardon taken in charge at tho birth of tho in- my dear doctor, if I say that you havo fant, and everything possible will bo done to increase tho resisting power been hoaxed by gross exaggerations I of the child to dlseaso and to mako It and transparent untruths. Doctor Russell Forgivo me, my dazthereby immuno to tuberculosis Infection. The theory of tho society is zling young general, for mentioning ignoramus that by fortifying the body in tho that you aro a period of a child's lifo, tho in- and don't know what you aro talking earliest fant will, in most cases, becoai Im- about. Manchester Guardian. muno to the diseases with which heSubscribe redity and environment may threaten It Suffrage Conditions In Belgium. Hit Playmate Was a Canary. Tho Belgians must have grown VarlouB are the alleviations of weary of tho "college man in politics." is always on tho lookout for BARGAINS and lates which the patients at the Royal Hos- A Belgian who is a graduate of a unithem whenever n GENUINE UAKGAIN is ollerrd in pital for Incurables avail themselves, versity, or holds a diploma from ono Bays the London Telegraph. A num- of tho great technical schools, has two merchandise and many other lines. This ia n ood ber of pet birds are caged for tho In- "supplementary votes." This is a practice in buying merchandise and many other things. terest and entertainment of those no grlevanco to tho Belgian masses, who It isn't a good practico to lqok for bargains in BANKloss unwilling prisoners of lncurablo Insist on manhood suffrage. Tho spedisease. cial prlvilego of tho learned is only ING "JThoro is safety to look for tho first great Among these pets thoro was a cock ono of tho many peculiarities of tho consideration and that has to do with tho bank's canary, tho loss of which has been Belgian system, as tho family man has soundness, strength, good Management, safo business mourned by all who wero acquainted two votes to tho bachelor's one, and with Its romarkablo Intelligence and thero aro property qualifications methods, and a thousand other details of management. its many amusing and attractive qualiIf tho proposed social strlko ties. For years it was sot free In a for manhood suffrage only 0110 voto largo room, whore it would fly about per rotor, is carried into operation THE FIRST STATE BANK, : Ky. In perfect confidence. To Us owner In Belgium may present scenes worthy was so responslvo that It of Its stormy past. Tho Belgians have particular it C. PAYNE, would return again and again, regard- a genius for organizing disorder. ing tho performance as a Bort of Twonty years ago when thoy comgame; it would also allow itself to bo pelled a broadening of tho suffrago, it freely bandied, and delighted in a web noted that the rioters were singuprolonged tussel upon a table, or a larly well handled and fought with an chase round a ball of paper. It listen- intelligence that puzzled tho military. ed to Its owner's remarks with the The explanation was that the rioters closest attention and appeared to un- "were disciplined and directed by who Instead of "Joining the derstand la a wonderful wanner what waa expected of it. colors," Joined the revolt . zi aro authorized to announco V. O. 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But tho gun man seemed uncontread ho stole vinced. With a cautiously to tho door, and Btared out Into tho sunlight; then, seeing nobody In sight, ho replaced his weapon In its resting place and sighed with relief. "I thought it was tho marshal from Waco," ho said. "He'll never git me allvo." Stover addressed himself to Fresno, who had gone pale, and was still prostrate whero ho had fallen. "Get up, Mr. Berkeley, but .don't make no more moves llko that behind a man's back. Ho most got you." Fresno arose in n daze and mopped his brow, mumurlng, weakly: "I I didn't mean to." Carara and Mr. Cloudy came out from cover whither they had fled at Willie's first movement. "I dreamed about that feller agin last night," apologized the little man. "I'm sort of nervous, and any sudden noise sets mo off." As for Glass, that corpulent Individual had disappeared as If into thin' air; only a stir in one of tho bunks betrayed his hiding place. At the first sight of Willie's revolver he had dived for a refuge and was now flattened against tho wall, a pillow pressed over his head to deaden the expected report. "Hey!" called tho foreman, but Glass did not hear him. " observed "Seems to be Willie, gently. Stover crossed to the bunk and laid a hand upon tho occupant, at which a convulsion ran through the trainer's soft body, and it became as rigid as if locked in death. "Como out, Mr. Glass, it's all over." Larry muttered in a stifled voice, cat-llk- o gun-shy,- como, and ho would havo fired blindly Ai m LASS had gone to tho cow boys' sleeping quarters in search of ills employer, and was upon the point of Icnv-ln- g when tho delegation ex-clai- A 'w "B Agent Ky. filed In. Ho regarded them with careless contempt, and removed his clay plpo to cheerfully: zoo gents I Where's my pro- cnoi3llololo1lcnoiD BALL Livery, & Feed MILLER and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. CZIOI3fo1olfollCIOI3l Let Us Write Your Ad. What do you Want to Buy, Sell' tege?" "I don't know. Whero did you havo it last?" "I mean Speed, my tralnln' partner. That's a French word." "Oh! We just left him." "Think I'll hunt him up." "Walt a minute." Willio camo "Let's talk." "All right. We'll visit. Let her go, professor." "You've been handlln' him for quite a spell, haven't you?" "Sure! It's my tralnln' that put him whero he Is. Ask him If It ain't." "Then he's a good athlete, Is he?" "Is he good? Huh!" Glass grunted, expressively. "How fast can ho do a hundred yards?" Larry yawned as If this conversation bored him. "Oh about eight seconds." At this amazing declaration Wllllo paused, as If to thoroughly digest it. "Eight seconds!" repeated tho little man at length. "Sure! Depends on how he feels, of course." Berkeley Fresno, In tho corner, snickered audibly, at which the trainer scowled for-war- d, or Exchange? take your ad or help you word one. Published in The Breckenridge News it will reach, at least, 8,000 readers, some of whom will have what you want or want what you have. We will THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS at him. "Think he can't do it, eh? Well, he's thero four ways from the ace." Seeing no evidence that his statement failed to carry conviction In other quarters at least, Glass went further. It was so easy to string these simple-minded and put up our framed a panga because you said you had a champcen. Now, w ain't sayln' you Hod 'cause If we thought you had, t you here, now.'" Wllllo I'd paused, whllo Glass licked hla lips and undertook to framo a reply. Tho black muzzlo of tho weapon hovering near his heart, however, stupefied him. Mechanically ho thrust tho stem of hla plpo between hla lips while Wllllo continued to glaro at him bnlefully. "You'ro boss Is n guest, but you ain't. Wo can talk plain to you." "Y yes, of course." "You said Just now you'd nnawcr for him with your life. Well, wo aim to loso to mnko you I Wo ain't thla under no circumstances whatever, bo wo glvo you complete authority over tho body, health, and speed of Mr. Speed. It's up to you to make him bent that cook." ho gets sick or sprains his nnkle?" Glass undertook to movo his body from In front of tho weapon, but It followed him ns If magnetized. to bo no acci"Thero ain't dents or excuses. It'B pay or play, money at the tap'o. You'ro hla trainer, and It's your fault If ho ain't fit When ho toes tho mark. Understand?" Wllllo lowered tho muzrio tif hla weapon, and fired between tho legs of Glass, who leaped into tho air with all tho grace of a gazelle. It was due to no conscious action on his part that the trainer leaped; his musclea wero stimulated spasmodically, and propelled him from tho floor "Did you hear what I said?" demanded Willie, In a volco that Bounded llko the sawing of a meat bone. Glass opened his mouth, and when no sound issued, nodded. "And you understand?" Again tho trainer bobbed his head. "Then I guess that's all. It's up to you." Willio replaced his gun, and tho fat man threatened to fall. "Como on, boys!" The cowboys filed out silently, but on the threshold Willie paused and darted a venomous glnnco at his enemy. "Don't forget what I said about Mr. Colt and tho equality of man." "Yes, sir! yes, ma'am!" ejaculated tho frightened trainer, nervously. When they were gone ho collapsed. "They are rather severe, aren't they?" ventured Fresno. "Severe!" cried tho unhappy man. "Why, Speed can't " Ho was about to explain everything when the memory of Willie's words smoto him llko a blow. That fiend had threatened to kill him, Lawrence Glass, without preliminary if it became evident that a fraud had been practiced. Manifestly this was no place for hysterical confidences. Larry's mouth closed like a trap, whllo the Callfornlan watched him Intently. At length he did speak, foot-racgun-shoo- now on you're working for bb. 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Glass took an imaginary spool from his pocket, spun it by means of an imaginary string, then sent It aloft and pretended to catch it dexterously. The cowboys watched him with grave, uncomprehending eyes. "Ho starts with a case five and runs it up to eight thousand dollars, that's all." Stover uttered an exclamation of astonishment, whereupon the New Yorker grew even bolder. "Tho next week he hops over to Bar Harbor and wins tho futurity Btakes from scratch. That'B worth twenty thousand If it's worth a lead nickel. Oh, I guess he's there, all right!" He searched out n match and relighted his pipe. "I suppose he's a great croquet player, too," observed Fresno, whose face was purple. "Sure!" Glass winked at him, glad to see that the Callfornlan enjoyed this kind of sport. "Wo don't caro nothln' about his tricks," said skill at tho man in spectacles, serlpusly. "And wo wouldn't hold his croquet habits agin him. Some men drink, somo gamble, somo do worse; every man has his weakness, and croquet may be his. What we want to know Is thla: Can ho win our phonograph?" "Surest thing you know!" "Then you vouch for h'lm, do you?" Willie's oyes were bent upon the fat man with a look of searching gravity that warned Glass not to temporize "With my life!" exclaimed the trainer. "You'ro on!" said tho cowboy, with unexpected grlmness. "What d' you moan?" But before tho other could explain, Berkeley Fresno, who had sunk weakly Into a chair at Larry'B extravagant pralso of his rival, afforded a diversion. Tho tenor had leaned back, convulsed with enjoyment when, lortng hie balance, ho camo to tho lloor with a crash. Tho sudden sound brought a terrifying result, for with a startled cry tho undersized cowman leaped as If touched by a living (lame. Llko n flash of light ho whirled and polucd on rovolvor his toes, hla long, drawn and cocked, his tenso faco and fierce. Ills oyes glared through his spectacles, his livid features worked as if at the Bound of his His whole frame was own death-call- . tense; a galvanic ourreat had transHla weapon darted toformed ward tlie aet whenee th nnlso tmri ping-pon- g slelght-of-hand evil-lookin- g vul-tuicll- that ho could Kleenntly Furnished Rooms with hot nnd CI cold running water and prlvnto A.UV toilet, per day Private Uath, per day Klecantly Furnished Rooms with $1 Kf SPX.v $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 !jZ .5 U Tho Cafe is In cliareoof Kxpcrts and tho culshie nnd service is unexcelled. Ourj tirlip nm mnat tnoilcrnte. KuroDeun service. but choice ot club breakfast, c.icu 30C- Tnblo tl'hoto luncheon from 13:00 to CA( 2:00 p. in., per wron Tablo d'uoto dinner, from 6:00 to CI Of) .A.vrw H'Ol) n. 1(1.. tKT IMjrsOU Rathskeller open from 4.00 p. m. to 1.00 a. m, "Go "way!" lids, rolled He opened his over, and thrust forth a round, pallid faco. Ho saw Stover laughing, and beheld tho white teeth of Carara, tho Mexican, who said: "Perhaps tho Senor Is sleepy!" Finding himself the object of what seemed to him a particularly senseless joke, the New Yorker crept forth, his faco suffused with anger. Strangely enough, ho still retained tho pipe In his Angers. "Say, aro youso guys tryln to kid me?" ho demanded, roughly. Now that no firearm was In sight, ho was master of himself again; and seeing tho cause of his undignified alarm leaning against tho tablo, ho stepped toward him threateningly. "If you try that again, young feller, I'll chip you on the jaw, and glvo you a long, dreamy nap." Ho thrust a short, square fist under Willie's nose. That scholarly gentleman straightened up, and edged his way to one side, Glass following aggressively. "You're a husky, ain't you?" said the llttlo man, squinting up at tho red faco abovo him. "Am I?" Glass snorted. "Take a good look!" With deliberate menace ho bumped violently Into tho other. It was with difficulty ho could restrain himself from crushing him. Stover gasped and retreated, while Carara crossed himself, then sidled back of a bunk. Mr. Cloudy Btepped silently out through tho open door and held his thumbs. "You start to kid mo and I'll wallop tight-shu- t "It was a mistake." Larco Sampler Rooms with day 1 rivatc Bath,-pe- Music by the Finest Orchestra In tho City Reservations should bo inadu whenever possible, GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mcr. ROOT. ll. JONES. Manager. Hotel Patten, Hvz Chattanooga, Tonn., and Hotel Asslev (open May Atlanta, Ga., under samo managemtut and ownership. 12, 1013), A FARM CHEAP AN WHY IT IS CHEAP! a Flash His Revolver Leaped Out but in a strangely softened tone, and at utter variance with his custom. Like FIRST Because it is a good farm, fertile land, lays well, "Say, Mr. Fresno! la Now York?" Which direction longwin- elightl' rolling, does not wash; nearly every acre is it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from tillable; two to four weeks earlier than land lyinc on northern hill side. is in the garden spot of Breckinridge county: bA,UiMJ It op a)1 sj(Jes goUs from $35 t0 4C an ocr0i ,and THIRD It is near tho railroad. pniTRTH- - ft Prows wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow peas clc ver, all kinds of grass. ft contans 300 acres and is cheap. It will pre FIFTH in one year, if rightly farmed, nearly half its Labor plentiful and cheap. Writo east, and the other man stared ingly out through tho bunk-houeo "That way." Fresno pointed to the dow. "Walk?" Berkeley laughed. "It's or thrco thousand miles!" Glasa sighed heavily. "Why do you ask?" "Oh, nothln'. Jest gettln' homesick." Ho calmed himself with an eftwo "It's quite a walk, ain't it?" you " "Ono moment!" Wllllo was transfigured suddenly. An Instant since ho had been a insignificant person, more gentlo mannered than a child, but In a flash ho became a. palpitating fury: an evil atom surcharged with audi terrific venom that his antagonist drew back involuntarily. "Don't you make no threat'nin moves in my direction, or you'll go East In an Ho was panting bb If .tho effort to hold himself In leash was almost more than ho could stand. "G'wan!" Bald Glass, thickly. "You'ro deluded with tho Idea that tho Constitution mado all men equal, but It didn't; it was Mr. Colt." With a movement quicker than light tho speaker drew his gun for tho second time, and buried half tho barrel in tho Now Yorker's rlba. "Look out!" Glass barked the words, and undertook to deflect the weapon with his hand. "Let it alone or it'll, go off!" Glass dropped hla hand as If It bad been burned, and Btared down hla fascinatbulging front Btoop-shouldere- ahort-Blghte- d, Ice-bath- !" with-bonifie- d, fort, entered the gymnasium as If In search of something, and then set forth to find That ecstatic young gentleman wrenched hla gazo away from the blue eyes of MIsa Blake to sco hla trainer Blgnallng him from afar. "What la it, Lawrence?" "Got to see you." "Presently." "Nix! I got to bco you now!" Glass ruddy faco was blotched, ( and ho Beemed to rest in tho grip of some blighting malady. Beneath his arm ho carried a bundle. Sensing something important back of this unusual demeanor, Speed excused himself and followed Larry, who did not trust to speech until they were alono In tho gymnasium with the doors closed. Then ho unrolled tho bundle ho carried, spread it upon tho floor, and stepped into Its exact center. "Aro you standing on my prayer-rug?- " demanded hla companion, angrily. "I am! And from thla on I'm goln to mako it work itself to 'death. She said a feller couldn't get hurt it he stood on. it and said 'Allah.' Well, I'm goln' to wear It out" "What's wrong T" "Do you knew what's rots' to ha Si-eed- . JNO. D. BABBAG Cloverport, Ky. $4,200 Price $4,20 table tight-rolle- d what wonders tho works for him. Ho will reply: 1 Sells my products i rrotects tho homo 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices G Increases profits 8 Brings supplies '( rays ior ltsoir ov.or ana over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested and send today ior oookioi. uor mionnauon can Manager Ask the Farmer Who Has One Cumberland Tolophono , did" aey S J i (i Bur Veget backa montli nywc .the tit enr, frieni jejiie it in raai Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. MiuurpwrMi,wuj John The J t& hi, ed eyee. "Now, as kwx as we oaa. Yew've llstes. We've atoed for yew m vwir CMtiBued e Page 7 Try a News Want Ad tru ne twtfoi J "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky.f "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feci like a new woman." E53 NO! AUTO LOVER "THE GREATEST KIDNEY REM- EDY ON EARTH" GRATEFUL SAYS A CITY PROPERT- Y- HIGH ST. HOME WOMAN. r A Romance of Strenuous Affection Bj REX BEACH Suggested by the Plar by Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong Illustrated by Edgar Beit Smith Copyright, luw, hj Uorpcr x lirotljors 6 Take Continued from page CAM C pen to mo If Covington don't get hero and bent this cook?" "Happen to you?" "Yes, mo! ThoBO outlaws hnvo put it up to mo to win this bet for them." "Well, Covington can boat anybody." "But Covington isn't here yot," Vwot yet, Tho young man The Woman's Tonic woman's health de- pends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, fake Cardui at once, and avoid more seriWe urge ous troubles. to try it. Begin today. A but" years ago, I suffered from what the doctors called fistula and for two years IS MEMBER OF ASSOCIATION of that time, I endured what no tongue can tell. I also had inilamntion of the J. Expert at Handling the Wheel, and bladder and tried doctors' medicines without receiving any help. Someone Is Expected to "Make Good" In told me about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe Contest Wherein the Will Leading Drivers After giving it a thorough trial, I re Take Part. ccived relief, so kept on using it nnd Long Tlmo Sleep, a wealthy Indian to day I nm a strong nnd well woman. of tho Glacier National Park reserva- If I ever feel badly or out of. sorts, I tion, Montana, joined tho American take Swamp-Roand it always Automobile association at a meeting straightens me out. I honestly believe of motorists held in tho Minneapolis that this medicine would cure all Commercial club, April 10, nnd ho will troubles you recommend it for, and it enter his car In tho nationnl reliability run which starts from Minneapolis is a pleasure for me to send my testiJuly 11 and ends at the eastern gate- mony and photograph to you. I think way to Glacier National Park July ID. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t is one of the Tho tour covers about 1,200 miles. greatest medicines on earth. This Is the first lnstanco on record of Kespe'ctfully years, an Indian Joining tho American MRS. JOnN HA1LY, association. Long Tlmo Sleep Wast Main St.. Portland, Ind. enjoys tho distinction of bolng tho Subscribed and sworn to before me most fluent "talker" In tho unlvorsal sign languago of the American In- this 12th day of July, I9O&. 0. A. IltNNETT, dians. Ho Is of tho Palgau nation Notary Public. and does not speak a word of English. t. ot v Auto-inobllo "Long Time Sleep" Intends to I want to tell you how much good Take Part in Coming National your Swamp-Ro- ot did me. About four Reliability Run. P?Wk.y " WJUmtwQw-4tXiili- i iiaaaunr HOUSE AXD LOT 80x2ui; huilfiiiur nace, bnth. laundry, Imsement. natural j:a- -, hot water and all modern improvements. Locution ideal; property rents for $10 n 3'esr. Price 12,750, & ensh. If you want" a nice home thi$ is your chanco. "The bet, placn on earth is tho place you call home. hy not have one that K Ik mtiful nnd convenient! REAL ESTATE AS AN INVESTMENT 2 floors 4o.if; fur- Dr. Kilmer & Co. l.tterto j os-tu- tc tilnglmmton. N V, Prove What Swamp.Root Will Do for You Send to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Uingham-ton- , N. Y., for .1 sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive The man who puts his money into rotl is afo. Ho can no to bed secure in the knowledjre that the arth will bo there and that his property is protected by insurance. Put There it none better. "It's Up to You to Make Him Beat That Cook." smiled. "You're- not frightened, are - i BBBBl B 'rM you?" "Scared to death, that's all," acknowledged tho other. Then when his employer laughed openly, he broke out at a white-hea- t "Joke, eh 7 Well, you'd better havo a good laugh while Mnn liAAniiaA ten-cours- TJ, will be a dinner to what youjll get If Covington misses his e ,? Taa'h Am(a1t shooting shots I'm too big for this Ih. The hole In a gun looks as big to me." .a Jut nobody Is going to shoot you!" claimed the mystified college man. iThey ain't, hey? I missed the len Stairs by a Up not halt an ago." With feverish Intensity he his narrow escape from destruc- fn, the memory bringing a sweat of my to his brow. "And the worst it it Is," he concluded, "I'm 'marked' guns. I've always been that J with way." "Tut! tut! Don't alarm yourself. If Covington shouldn't come, the raco rill be declared off." "No chance," announced tho train- K with utter conviction. "These igs havo made It pay or play, and alone-- " "Mary?" bets aro down." Now, there's "Yes. Mariedetta. fYou know I can't run." If rlf ha don't como vnu'H have to!" something toInbe afraid of. and these cowboys are love with her have their eyes on you " gas-tan- k train." 'How easily frightened you are!" ''Yes? Well, any time people start "Absurd! I 6iall bo Indisposed." "If you mean you'll get sick, or sprain an ankle, or break a leg, or kill yourself, guess again. I'm responsible for you now. Something may go wrong with me, but nothin' Is goin to happen to you. My only chanco to mako a llvo bf it Is to get somo one to outrun this cook. You'ro tho only chanco I've got, If Culver don't show, and tho first law of nature ain't never been repealed." oh?" "Exactly." Glass coughed thrico without result, stepped oft tho prayer-rurolled It up tightly; then, hugging It beneath his arm, went on: guy Bllpped mo a "That wholo lot of feed-boinformation. Why, he's a killer, Wally! And he'B got a to tally his dead." "Notches on his I suppose?" "So many that it looks like his wife had used it to hang pictures with. I tell you, he's the most deceitful rummy I ever seen. What's more, he's got the homicide habit, and the habit has got Its eye on me." Glass was in deadly earnest, and his alarm contrasted so strongly with his former contemptuous attitude toward tho cowboys that Speed waa constrained to laugh again. "It's tho most amusing thing I ever heard of." "Yes," said the trainer, with elaborate sarcasm, "It would be awful funny If It wasn't on tho square." He moistened his lip nervously. "You alarm yourself unnecessarily We'll hear from Culver soon, either by wire or In person. He's never failed mo yet But if I were you, Larry, I'd leave that Mexican girl "Self-protectiog, a booklet of valuable information, telling nil about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, bo sure to mention The Breckonridgc News, Cloverport, Ky. Regular and size bottles for sale nt all drug stores. fifty-cen- t one-dollar your money in home ground where you can watch your investment. Write or ask Jno. D. Babbagc, Cloverport, Ky. about this beautiful home. Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land inBreckenridf'o county. "Western land ha had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for Igood living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and the Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land id cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in tho last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, write your name and address'and we will keopyou in touch with our bargains. GOOD TIMES OF THE PAST Liv, Peddler Laments Fact That Easy ing Has for Him Been Left Far Behind. Ho came towards mo over a Bhoul-do- r of tho lonely South Downs, a little four-eye- d x cash-regist- gun-handl- e, ANSAS WOMAN WHO SUFFERED From Headache, Backache, Dizziness and Nervousness, Restored to Health by "Come Senor Aurello Maria Carara entered. He was smoking his customary cigarette, but his dark eyes were grave and his silken were pointed to the fineness of a bristle. corn-husk mus-tachl- in!" To be continued For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria and build up the system. A true tonia and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c. .ydia E. Pinkham's m Veo-etabl-e Lomnound. iwrence, Kans. "A year ago I was suffering from a number of ailments. I always had pain ana was irregular. During the delay I suffered a great deal with headache, backache, dizziness, feverish spells.nervous-nes- s and bloating. c. ;, I had been married nearly three years. ,Vg&f 's I took LydiaE. Body Frames and Shells. t? Pf Pink-ham- Compound and now Vogetablo i E Pinkham's Vege table Compound to all who suffer as I .monfl T.vdift old. itnttnr than I have for vears. I E. Pinkham's Burns, Mont-"Ly- dla t Vegetable Compound cured me of awful L backache which I had suffered with for months. I was so weak I could hardly do eyes ached all xinv work and my head and - ey Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Montana Woman's Case. "Mrs. M. zeuneh, iiHO iNew jers- .tlieume. great strength-- t Jn many ways and is a to ray MW I always recommend it med- friends and tell them what a grand .i..ui.rAMvnmin. You mav uu oUiera'-M- rs. name for the good of .v w-.- -t-- - - i -- r - iri J ..j , Montana, John Francis, Burns, makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's The llHfitable Compound nave ujouuu tell i.foM na those aboVe they truth, else they could not have bM - Tsl !jjfee b no iWforloveoriaoaey. stranger- -It ThtosMd- Nothing shows more plainly the quality of Its finish than a fine motor, but few people have any Idea of the amount of attention given to the details of design and finish nowadays. The coach work of former da;s was built entirely of wood, but the Intricate curves and lines of the modern motor car put wood out of the question, considered from the point of view of permanently satisfactory results. Years were put into experimenting and trying out various kinds of metal until a prominent company at last hit upon an aluminum alloy, from which their own shops In the new works at East Springfield shaped tho outer shells of the different body styles. InBlde of theso are he wooden frames of oak or aBb, which keep the shells In place. This Is the way the problem of excessive ' weight is met So far as possible Joints are avoided in the woodwork, for Joints always, everywhere, are a source of weakness. To give the wooden frame the strength necessary to withstand the racking strains to which a motor car Is subjected for any length of time the joists are all 'ironed' or reinforced with metal at, th points where the heaviest strain eeraee. Wherever It Is feasible, any wooden strip la the frame Is beat instead of being Jelatad la a tea carter ear. high-grad- e 'old man with back bent beneath tho weight of tho pack ho carried. There was a square box strapped to hie shoulders in military fashion and a largo satchel hung beneath his arm. In one hand he bore a basket, In the other a large umbrella. He seemed to be nursing a grievance, for there was an indignant bcowI athwart his weather-beaten- , red face, and tho little We have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 white whiskers about his ears seemed acres, improved. If you have a small farm well improved, good level positively to bristle with annoyance. "Mornln", mister," ho remarked. land, list it with us and we will do the'rest. "She" with a wave of his arm towards a distant cottage "sho called me a "Long Time Sleep." of Glen Nn I 1 ,,s llcres l Dillo Kastlime stone awkerl" No. 1. A Fine Home Dean; good, strong "Oh, Indeed?" said I, rather at fault, He Is an expert handler of the auto1CS Acres. 3 miles from Ii vlni;ton,on rural soil, watered by wells and springs, on good near school mobile and has enjoyed motoring with for a hawker was exactly what I took route. Good frame dwelling; a rooms mid county road, barn good $1,200, 3and churches. con stock burns, tenant New tobacco veranda: good burn 30x5o: his Indian friends In the new National him to be 137 acres under plow; 100 acres grass; good tenant houses, line clover und gross houie; watered, cistern and land. I'rlce $0,100. repeated, as one 23 acres In timber; well corn park in northwestern Montana ever "A 'awkerl" ho ponds. 3i to 10 bushels und 1200 pounds acres located 1 mllo north of since it was created by an act of who strives against Incredulity. "And tobacco to ucre. Good clover land lays wavy Nn I A Mcyuudy. I'rlco congress in 1910. Long Time Sleep, mo a peddler, with my father a ped- to level location. Ideal und In one of the Vu' In yearly payments. $2,000. H casb balance best despite his name. Is very much awake dler afore me, and 'Is father afore $1,200:neighborhoods In the cout.ty. Price H.casti Terms on balance 15 J0 ucres4K miles from Hardlns-i-- j. all the while and he expects to be lm!" M. 11 SoO .acres 3 u nu. neurSample;onemllo(roinschooi- - $4,000. of theburg, countyInseat: well Improvgood a scoro as any ed; one best farms able to make as "But what is the exact difference thucounty. I'rlce of his paleface competitors In the long between a hawker and a peddler?" I house. "3 A. 59 Arri'S ne:ir Hiir:m Good Stock Farm. 153 acres; well rvj drive across Minnesota, North Dakota asked. on n..,u IIU. j improved dwelling; stock burn. No. i V. Ii'irn "Or"!!. lirr kti. i a Dwelling; w uu.ua "All tho difference!" he snapped. Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, ai.d level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid and Montana. He says he will have Irvlngton, on his Indian friends scatter buckskin "Why, I'm known as a peddler In grass. 1H miles from little rollliw' but rural "iuiuui), wbu waiereu. itico jnoy. does route. Tnl land Is a confetti over the, last lap of tho jour- a'most overy South Down village be- not wasli. I'rico right. Jno. O. Ilabbage, Nn I & w Acres.ono mllu from Ilarncd: 1,u' 2 well improved: plenty of good Ky ney as a mark of welcome to the tween 'ero and Eastbourne. I covers Cloverport. water; stock birii'. HjtOtf and 30x4S. dwelling, and tenant house. I'rlce entering upon the this ground rcg'lar, winter and sum- Nrt A l'tfauttfully located one mile from white' autoists 100 acres practically llU. a live unlmproveu; good 'encing. $4,750. reservation domain of the red man. mer, year in and year out I peddles ail level laud, town. r rm of 175 Ideal sue! (or dairy farm. I'rlce reasonable. Nn 10 Cloverport acres, IK miles from I don't 'awk!" Indications are there will be close on Star Route; 140 is iu. uuder plow; good water; 7 room dwellWrite Jno. Ii lltbbhge. Cloverport. Ivy. to 100 automobiles in the tour acres "Peddlln ain't what It was though," f. ing; two good barns for tooacco und stock. acres located near UuUes, Louis W. Hill, chairman of the ho went on, good temper returning to Mr j cock county; 1"0 acres under plow This Is u bargain Wrlto.Ino. IJ. Habbagofor board of directors of the Great .North- him as ho spoke of his woes. "Now, 73 acres timber; welt watered; plenty of fruit; further particulars. Or on in dwelling; barn 40x'!0; 40 mires level, ern railway, himself an enthusiastic In my father's time, there was good rest rolling. Good hum for tabacco corn, l0i ncres at Nn 90 county. Ky., Floral. Hancock automobllist, good roads advocate ami money to bo made 'specially If you wheat und clover. It Is a bargain ut Jl.sOO, V 9 miles West of Y llajesvlile. Improvements $500 cash, balance easy payments. dwelling; one of the contestants in the tour, has was at all friendly with the smugglers, 2 Tenant houses; I burn 30x50; storo house on agreed to run a palatial "automobile like '0 wae. But now," he added sar- Nn O 130 acres; located on Henderson the place, good stand for store: good land lIU. y Uoute. 1 east of Lodlburg; for tabacco, corn and wheat. I'rlce $t,U50, hotel train" without a single paid castically, "what with edjlcatlon what 70 ai'res In pasture. 40mile timber; In ',? cash. well fare, In order that the motorists may helps folks to write direct to shops dwelling; gooo barn und watered; land. I'rlce il.UOO. CO OOI) toT IB0 acres four miles; west of have adequate eating and sleeping ac- for what they wants, and what with Glendoune, 3 branch and level ' acres, Jr commodations en route. This train advertisements In the papers, and the llU. 1 t good barn;good laud cleared,land. VA,Jyy fresh lund; 100miles fromcultivaacres In well rullroad;all 11 all tion ;M) will consist of sleeping cars, diners, pos'offlco and moty cars why, It's located ; 3 miles from Irvlngton. I'rlce 3.300 corn, ucres In gruss; will produce tho best wheat und In neighborhood: an automobile repair car and a bag- lucky for mo I ain't got no family to Mn plenty lusting water, well a valley; o 250 acres lying In hall; 2 tenanti ing; log dwelling, tobacco at door of dwelldwelflnguud l 2 rooms and side room room I'O' gage car containing a newspaper keep, that's all." Answers, London. houses, large tobacco barn; 2H miles Soutb good stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant houses. plant, with an engraving outfit for the of Kirk, M mile from school well watered, 2 Plenty of good timber for furm purposes good land to clear. I'rlce 000 H cusn. publication of the world's first auto"Dr. Thomas' Eclectic OH is the springs neur barn; ou lluralltoute. paper ever printed "on best remedy for that often fatal dimobile wheels." Newspaper correspondents seasecroup. It has been used with It Reminded Him of Something. accompanying the tour will get out success In our family for eight years." Advertising money-makinMrs. L. .Whlteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. "I fear tho beautiful Institution of this novel sheet daily during the tdp. Adv. friendship Is slowly decadent," comentertainments Clubs, mented Mrs. Knox, with a hopeless Newton's Apple Tree. shako of her expressive head. "Alas, Churches, Lodges, School Health a Factor in Success. It Is impossible to say at this late one's coterie of true friends is very Leagues, Etc., are charged The largest factor contributing to a day how truo or how false Is tho old small, these days. I, for one, long ago s with which man's success is undoubtedly health. story about Newton'B applo tree at laid asldo tho for at the regular rates. It has been observed that n man is sel- Woolsthorpo, from which ho Is sup- to handle mlnc I give sincerity and I Pointers and special notices posed to havo seen tho fall of tho demand sincerity in return." dom sick when his bowels are regular Oliver Knox looked up from his of ads are paid matter. Do he is never well when they are consti- apple which gave him his first thought of tho attraction of gravity. Voltaire magazine with a dubious smile. "You pated. For constipation you will find Not ask the Publisher, Report you do, Amy but don't nothing quite so good as Chamberlin's is tho authority for tho story waa just think everything that comes into that story. Ho claims that the er or Correspondents to inTablets. They not only move the bowels told to him by Catherine Barton, New- llttlo head of yours. Tho trouble with but improve the appetite and strengthen ton'B niece. How much truth there you idealistic women is that you exsert advertisements gratis. the digestion. They are sold by All may bo In tho tale will never be pect your friends to pretend to unJOHN D. BABBAGE Dealers, known, but It seems to be certain that derstand yourselves. Oh, uh, by tho tradition marked a tree as that from way, I Just thought of something I which tho famous apple fell till 1820, never fixed that door in tho basement Unfavorable Soils. to vege- when, owing to decay, the tree was. you told me about last week. I think Clay Bolls aro unfavorable Ad. Today. Try I'll go and do it this minute." tation because tho soil Is too closo and cut down. freo passage of adhesive to allow the air or water to tho roots of tho plants. It also obstructs the expansion of tho fibers of the roots. Sandy soils are unfavoravlo because they consist of particles that have too little adhesion to each other. They do not retain sufficient moisture for the nourishment of the plants. They allow too much solar heat to pass to the roots. Chalk soils are unfavorable because they do not absorb the solar heat, and are, therefore, cold to the roots of the beplants. Wanted Small Farms Farm good-humore- d A 1 ij '- -- ..... .".. ww -- -' Two-sto- ry 1 19- - Hau-nv- 11 tlve-roo- m lime-sto- ne 1 I- -'. g for sugar-tong- well-know- n bo-llu- a Want SWAT THE FLY Now is the time to kill flies don't wait until they are here by the millions and millions gin war at once and protect the children. o ;Mt for years. Subscribe Now $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breekearldge News one year 3. 9. lWS If We Please You, Tell Others; If Not, Tell Us. Irvington Hardware Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, Corn (8L Implement Co. LISTEN! Paint, Varnish, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll Salt, Lime, Cement Hardware, Building Material, Builders9 Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, 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. STOP! LOOK! 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. Also Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums, Fiberoid Flooring, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Etc. OUR SPECIALTIES:--American Chinaware, Mattings, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook $ Fence, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention Special, Flying Dutchman Corn Planters at Cost Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Seeds BOOKS HELD AS BEYOND PRICE Volumes In Which Visitors to Royalty Havo Inscribed Their Names Are Most Carefully Preserved. Two now visitors' books havo re- EVENTUALLY YOUUBeWTTH us-v- ntt WHAT FAMOUS SIEGES COST Reduction of Fortified Places, Stub bornly Defended, Means a Fearful Loss of Human Life, No details are yet avallablo of tho losses Incurred In tho reduction of Adrianople by tho Balkan nations, but they aro bound to be enormous. Tho capture of Port Arthur cost Japan 0 wounded and 58,000 dead. In the wur tho loss of the besiegers was very small In all cases. But that was because tho French garrison surrendered quickly, or where tho French held out tho Germans did not attempt an assault. Strasburg was taken with a loss of 86G men. Belfort cost tho Germans. 2,100 men. At Paris, Metz, and the other places tho loss was insignificant. In 1877 the Russians besieged two fortified places held by tho Turkish troops. Kars was carried by a surprise night attack, at which tho Russians lost 2,300 men. Plevna showed a very different result. Hero tho Russians carried out three assaults, all of which failed, and their total loss in killed and wounded amounted to tho immense number of 27,700 officers and men, or nearly of tho besieging army. The great siege of Sabastopol in 1855 was a desperato affair. It lasted 11 months, and in that period tho Russians had 81,000 men killed and wounded, while tho French and British besieging forces lost C0.000. In this case, however, the Russians wero able to get reinforcements to tho end. At Delhi tho British loss was 4,350 killed and wounded. Tho siego of San Sabastlan cost 2,000 men, and tho famous siego of Rochelle, carried out over four centuries ago, cost no fewer than 20,000 men. In this caso eight assaults wero delivered. Tho United States lost heavily in the sieges of tho Civil war. To givo 0 one Instance, tho federal army had killed and wounded in the two assaults delivered on Petersburg. 34,-00- hot Today? P APPLICATION RMMEMBER-SrU- THE OLD RELIABLE H .1 cently been provided at Buckingham NUTCLUB & palace, and the old ones havo gone to join the many others that aro in the safe keeping of the- Lord ChamberKnd ov-- mT lain's department. Tho valuo of these hooks to autograexcelsior i n AT ph-hunters is almost impossible to YoupTTunk-Tank- . estimate and some sensation was ADDRESS caused about tho court a few years ngo when it was announced that one YOU CM ALWAYS was missing. Fortunately a careful search revealed its whereabouts. Tell our hem BEft5 Tho books arc bound in crimson BYNHftTTueY leather, with aft Imperial crown DO stamped on the back, and aro secured The9iffTheYii with a silver clasp. As a rule, each P0LL"7dM0R(W book lasts for about two years, but ISTHESfoFP upon the occasion of the death nf TmeY POLLED pagns King Edward over a hundred wero taken up with signatures of "TodaY! callers. One of tho bookB is kept at the ambassadors' entranco to tho palace for IF You ARE EUGlBLF til dwsvw the uso of the diplomatic corps and WMCfl OUT FoR. official visitors, and tho other Is at tho NuTSCOoTPr&i equerries' entrance and is used by the general circle. Everyone enteilng or leaving tho palace is called upon to sign ono or 3RDERED ON LAVISH SCALE other of these books. The Late John Plerpont Morgan Obp-jected to Wasting Time Looking Louisville Evening Post and BreckenridKe News for His Eyeglasses. ,x,yf one vear fJ.50 A story of Mr. Plerpont Morgan, Illustrative of tho scale of his domestic affairs, reaches me. My correspondent was in a London optician's shop when another customer entered, and, striding up to tho counter, brusquely Inquired, "Can you make Everything in its season holds good me another pair like that?" presenting spectacles of tho "goggles" typo throughout nature. This is the season for Snipes and in tortoise shell rims and gold frames. and they have returned to us once "Yes," said tho optician, "I can." more. "Send them up to my place as soon as They have long legs for wading into they're ready. You know who I am," the water in quest of food, and this is a were the laconic instructions given as ' wise provision. Hut this Kiltlee type of Horse and Mule the customer strodo out of tho shop as so numerous in this section, cannot take quickly as he had entered. Tho optitheir food from the water, and their own- cian explained that that was Mr. Plerers are growing very tired supplying it pont Morgan. The spectacles wero from the crib. delivered, and my friend, making inThe demand now is for horses and quiries in the matter, heard the end mules with heavy bodies and short, strong legs. The I'ercheroit cross that of tho affair from the optician. Plerwe give you will cut the legs off and add pont Morgan returned to the shop, two or three hundred pounds to the body, and, speaking more effusively than on and give a kind work disposition. "Hit tho first occasion. Bald: "Those specChewing," "Tail Switching," and "Earth tacles were very good very satisPawing" is not in our kind. Come and factory indeed. I shall want some see for yourself. more of them. I'm always missing Hut everything in its season as we said my 'specs' after a change of clothes. in the outset and according to that this Let mo seo (pausing and looking is down on his waistcoat as If to Interrogate it); I've eleven wnlBtcoats Corn Time yes, eleven. Better make me a dozen pairs!" So a dozen tortoUe shell rimIf you have trouble in getting a stand of corn and making 60 bush- med and gold framed spectacles were els per acre, perhaps we can help you supplied to the millionaire, much to out. It's no trouble if you have reason- the satisfaction of tho optician and ably good laud, prepare it well and culti- rimmaker, who, between them, pockvate lutelligoutly. sixty guineas. Manchester, eted It's the good seed that we want to Guardian. speak of here, for selling seed corn is a part of our business. Cores Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Con Only one variety on the farm, "Rootle no County White." And it's bound to be The worst cases, the matter of how long standing, wonderful, old reliable Dr. are cured by good, for every single ear is tested by Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves "Holdens" test method that insures a Pain and Heals at the same time. S5c, Mc, S LOO. strong germ and makes the plant in the hill equal strength so that they come up Tho Late "Mrs. President" and go on to maturity together. Hence When Mrs. A. Alexander MacLach-laincreased yield per acre. the was president of, tho Women's Planted right, renlautiug and thiniug is almost dispensed with. We have two College club, more than a year ago, disinterested and competent men in Bho was sometimes late In arriving to charge of our seed corn department. preside at the meetings. They must protect our reputation, and Ono afternoon when the president hence are louud to serve you honestly, happened to be tardy at a meeting sho $2.50 per bushel no charge for bags. found her chair occupied and the meetFigure it. One bushel of tested seed ing begun. Mrs. MacLachlan Bllpped plants two acres more than untested seed. Saves cost of replanting and thining, in- into a back seat, but not before she creases the yield from 5 to 15 bushels per had been observed by the young womacre over untested seed, and is satisfac- an presiding. After the business under way at tory every time you look at the crop. We can fill hurry orders. the moment had been transacted the presiding officer arose and said: Dr. P. W. Foili & Sin, "We have with us now (he late Mrs. MacLachlan, who will kindly ooaae Farm Twe MIIm South of Xorward and take the chair." Irvktgtea, Ky. The BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, JCy. - Organized 1872 of Franco-Germa- n U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS oU-Sa- Y 1 Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits TOOK HINT FROM NEWSPAPER How One Woman Kept Clippings on All Subjects in Which She Might Be Interested. A young wife who was always well Informed and brimful of ideas, stories, and current topics, explained her meth- SISv 1 1 Don't Be Like a Peacock! m When you look at your feet your feathers fall. We can prevent you this embarrassment with our one-thir- d Tit-Bit- v $3 r The Telltale Tick of Time Kil-lee- .s 10,-00- Cure for Stomach Disorders. Disorders of the stomach may be avoided by the use of Chamberlin's Tablets. Many remarkable cures have bsen effected by these tablets. Sold by All Dealers. HELPS WHEN PLANTING SEEDS Amateur Gardener Gives a Few Words of Advice, Seemingly Both Seasonable and Sensible. For a long time I clung to the old way of marking the places where I sowed In my garden the seed of annual flowers; that Is to Bay, I slipped Planting first-cla- ss n the little envelopes oyer the. sticks and placed these in the beds. Winds often carried tho papers away, or rain washed out the printed name, and I was no bettor off than I should have been if I bad trusted to my momory alono. Last year, however, I really did lmprovo on this old plan by placing a small flower pot over each envelope and Btlck, and It proved to bo a very satisfactory method. A next door neighbor who was planting some seeds the other day had, It seemed to me, a still better plan. She wrote the namo of tho flower pr vegetable on a slip of paper and placed It in a small bottle, put in the cork and stuck the bottle half way Into the soil. By the way, when you are sowing very fine seeds, like those of popples or petunias, they may be distributed more evenly by putting them in a salt shaker, first mixing them with a little sand. Philadelphia Ledger. thus: "I formerly worked on a dally newspaper where they had a 'morgue' which Is newspaper slang for a filing cabinet devoted to clippings and information on every subject under the sun. When I married I resolved to adopt tho system, on a smaller scale, to my own needs, and reserved a couplo of pigeon holes in my desk for tho purpose. Then I purchased at a newspaper office t'wo dozen stout No. 12 manllla envelopes. Those I labeled, "In pigeon hole No. 1 I placed Gift Suggestions, Holiday Celebrations, Parties and Entertainments, High Cost of Living, Household Economics, Dress, Attractive House Plans, Home Decoration and Applied Art, Gardens, Fancy Work, and two envelopes for Receipts. "In pigeon bole no. 2 I placed Book Reviews and Authors, Art, New Plays and Players, Prominent People, Current Events, Anecdotes, Poems, Family History Data, Nature Study, Vacation Suggestions, and two blank envelopes for other subjects in which I might become interested. "Into these envelopes went all clippings from magazines and newspapers pertaining to these subjects. When a friend went to Rome to live, I added 'Italy,' so that I might keep In touch with her. When my club began the study of German I had a ready receptacle for copies of German notes. Thus my 'morgue' grew, so that now I have four pigeon holes, and 49 envelopes, containing a useful fund of information on evory subject In which I am, or expect to be logically grouped for instant reference. I consider It my most valuable aid to efficient life." Woman's World. od lnter-toreste- Specially For Men Attractive Footwear For Women. Oxfords, Pumps, Slippers, v I Shoes That Fit, Shoes That Wear, , In Patent, Tans, Gun Met- Shoes That Look Well. als and White. "White, Tan and Black. Common sense heel, broad tailored effects for girls and boys. Children's Shoes NEW SHIPMENT OF MILLINERY Lovely now shapes and trimmings just received. out, had to order more. We sold I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. 1 General Merchandise wmmiitmw90tm d, For a mild, easy action of the bowels, try Doan's Regulets, a modern laxative, 25c at all stores. Adv. Wool Wanted! Highest. Market Price ED. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. Oriental Slip. Japanese, Chinese and Odalisque stylos In boudoir wear are now possessing tho fancy of womankind, and for wear beneath the Oriental negligee there is a special Oriental combination garment of brassiere and petticoat. This is what the garment really Is, though at first glance It appears to be a winding affair of fine fabric and lacy trimming with twists around the figure from shoulder to knee. There Is Just enough fit about the slip to make It coaflne the figure slightly so For any Itching skla trouble, piles, that a corset need not be worn beeczema, salt rheum, hives, Itch, scald neath the negligee, while the elect is head, herpes, scablee. Doan's Olst-m- that of a supple, uncorseted figure. Is highly recommended. 50c a box Subscribe RlghtNow all stores. Adv. at mt If place of any kind get full information of all avail- able property by making use of TkcBrscki it's your ambition to own a farm or a country j News Real Estate A 1 x