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The Breckenridge news: June 18, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913061801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 18, 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. t '. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS L. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT, 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913. MRS. MEADOR TAKES HER Sister-ln-Law Pages No. 50 it Annual Celebration by the Corn, Clover and Stock Club Train Run to Lallan's out--Woo- ds H.F. TAKES HIS LIFE. Came To LIFEJITH TOWEL of Mrs. Given Saturday--Speci- al Henry Pate Monday Cloverport prove 'Nice Program Carried Visitors lf Candidates--rian- y "Picnic Dinner. Full d By III Health And Got Nitro Acid -- Was Well -five Attend--Gran- -- Hangs Self In. Kitchen of Her Home In Nickerson, known Man About-Forty- A Baking PnVvl Powder &&&& Years Old Leaves Wife. Absolutely Pure 1 Y MEMBERS ENROLLED FUNERAL HELD TODAY. NO ONE WAS AT HOME. There arc many details Hanging outstretched, with her body near the State Experimental about it that cannot be given here from the waist down, lying on the floor, f which every farmer in the county now being conducted by the State would enjoy knowing, and ho can learn Mrs. Mary Mcador was found dead in the atuckv. was the first of five an- - them at the Club's fair in September. kitchen at her home at Nickerson late fcelebrations that arc to bo given yesterday afternoon. A coarse roller A Story of Limestone Corn, Glover and Stock Club of towel, on a rack on the pantry door, was From Moade county, came a man wrapped about her neck. ton. eclal train was run to the Web- - with a true story of what limestone She had evidently wrapped the towel soil, and the way he about her neck and then thrown herself tone plant, taking many Irving- - did for sage-brujple and others who got there told it simply captivated his hearers. to the floor, for if she had stood upright, for the program which began This good friend and pleasant visitor or even upon her knees, death would not m., and was opened by the was Mr. Buck Bewley of Moade coun- have come. ne address from J. B. Gibson, ty. While he was talking one could see The deed was discovered by Mrs. ent of The Club. Mr. Gibson clover growing through the limestone. Mrs. W. Dlionan, ke crowd he was not much on He can prove every word of his story who had come to the house to tell her making, but he was glad to see of success on his farm up there in that her husband, Kuther Meador, had sence and interest of so many, Meade county where he has been using telephoned from Wichita that lie was a few words made them all glad limestone by the tons in the last year coming home in the evening. Mr. Mcakey were there. or two. If you want to raise'clover and dor, who is a stock buyer at Nickerson, T. Carter, secretary of the Club, corn, said Mr. Bewley, use limestone had gone to Wichita earlier in the day 10 is a father to it, told how the with a little more sweat and you sure with a carload of stock. it the organization was progress- - will raise it. The men did not want Mrs. Meador has been an invalid for a something of its needs. Mr. Mr. Bewley to stop talking. His long time and it was her ill health that and experience was a brought on melancholia, and it was in said the Club had gotten enough to insure the success of great treat to them. Mr. Hendrick and such mental condition she took her own First Annual Exhibition and Mr, Bryant explained that Oolite was life. She had carefully planned her act, Sale, A large premium list has even better than limestone for many for she sent Nina Sollenberger, a girl lade, and preparations are on reasons. who was staying at the house, to town on ar the Club's County Fair to be The Day's Work an errand fifteen minutes before her dead t Irlvington, Sept. 26 and 27th. The day was well spent. The farmers body was discovered. Carter extended an invitation for Coroner W. II. Williamson was notified were helped, the railroad, the, stoiie members, and the farmers and of the death, but as the case is plainly company, the newspaper, the town, the ten of the county, wno want to county, the state and the country, each that of self destruction there will proba ild send their membership fee and all were benefited. As Mr. Hendrick bly be no inquest. Ls.to him at once. Mr. Meador was immediately called iPiggott, president of The said, it was a "Community Service" home. He arrived at Hutchinson last tone Company, followed Mr. meeting. People went there for pleas- night and was rushed to Nickerson in nn hremarks of explaination by ure and left inspired for service. automobile. cordial words to the crowd. Notes Mrs. Meador was about thirty-fiv- e jtt showed that The Webster Hal C. Murray, C. Vic Robertson, years of age. There were no children in ipany was giving every serv- - W. T. Gregory, Jr., Jesse Whitworth the family except an adopted daughter, encouragement to further the arid Peyton R. Claycomb were among Elsie, five years of age. She also leaves f.s of the Corn, Clover and Stock the'eandidates who got a piece of fried her husband, Ruther Meador, and a sis ter, Mrs. Klepinger, of Canton. chicken. Luncheon at One Mrs. Meador was very highly regarded 000 by every one in Nickerson and her home hospitality was never, befpre In the afternoon the Boys Corn Club life was very happy. She was a member t a puoiic picnic, liverytning ed chicken to ice cream was had a baseball game. The grown up of the Duukard 'church. Funeral ar t one o'clock large baskets of corn growers were expected to play rangements have not yet been announced. ball- with them, but they backed out Hutchinson, Kansas News, of June 10. laus food were opened and served Mrs. Meador was well known in this gen- - when the sunshine came down pretty Tables extended under the shane trees of Lyddan Grove. warm at three o'clock. A crowd of boys city and county, having visited her husam sandwiches, dressed eggs, who had a good time Saturday, were: band's sister, Mrs. Henry Pate, who was ickles and cakes Jack Board, Harold Henderson, Joe' visiting her when the sad occurence p the menu. Ice water and Haggin, George Brown, Wilfred E. lade, and ice cream cones were Pennington and Albert Fackler. y had at lunch time, but there Fine Auto Trip. 000 fcnty for the guests in the after- Mrs. Lucy Heron treated the crowd to cottage cheese balls. They were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and Mr. Mensley Speaks delicious. Mrs. Heron has fifteen Jer- sons, Forrest and Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. the shortest hour of the duy, seys and has been furnishing a board- W. A. Kofi" and son, Marion Clay, moiLUenslev.-traimaster of the L.. ing house in Louisville with forty tored to Hawcsville Sunday, crossed the . L., spoke to the farmers who pounds of butter a week for twenty-fivriver ani took dinner qt the Sunlight in the seats before l.lm, and years. Hotel nnJ then took a run to Tell City, returning that afternoon. ha women who heard every 000 Mr. Hensley said that olggall It could to Edmund Carter, son of Secretary Too Much Chicken For Hoosicrs rmerscauflfcaK,rrki'noces. Carter, was one boy who deserved all ,t the railroad should helpvuim. the fun he got, and more too, for Ed Gov. Tfaylors story that the mund has been the An affable landlady at a Cloverport When hotel Sunday over-fee corn field has driven more at the Experiment Station. our handsome idiots to the professions of Prof. Hendrick and the State workers little Hoosier baseball players on medcine, and into politics wanted plowing, etc., to bo done, it chicken, spring chicken, more chicken, othefr cause. The men had a happened that Edmund was the only chicken dumplings, chicken-pi- e and h at this, for Laden Grove fellow who wasn't busy, and the work yum, yum strawberries and cream with candidates Saturday. fell on him. He says, "All the State is and Ices, so nice. She fed them so full yibrought out clearly that doing is to furnish the boss." Prof. that they almost slid from the chairs, " his Farmer's Club wa's Hendrick said Edmund was and so nicely, daintily prepared that armer to help himself, right. little Ferd Becker wanted to ask for rged the farmers to take adoption, and how then could those 000 seiye step to improve the busy play ball 'After this, I am always going to laddies get lads andCloverport with kenridge county, so their town' those stocky of say I am a farmer," said a young Mr. go away to school and come With the last dish of rosy, red berries Lyddan. Someone asked him what He ke good AT HOME. still fresh in mind, and a broken wishdid, and he replied, "I am with my Workers Speak father on the farm." Then a young bone, snapped with Magnus Kreisle, whereon hangs the tale of future love J. Bryant, superintendent lady spoke up quickly, "Yes, he just or luffs, Muxle Becker went In to pitch. rletiltural Experiment Sta- - lives with his father." Mr. Hensley He saw strawberries, ro3y and red, f, H. B, Hendrick, agro- began to tease Mr, Lyddan at a rate dreamed of them, and tossed a gentle two lectures on the actual the girls enjoyed and finally, to make strawberry curve directly and nearly agCtwpHshad now at Ir- - them all understand he was a splendid, over the pan which the batter soaked r. Carter, secretary of the young farmer, Miss Henry explained: over the fence Into a strawberry patch liahiog twelve acres of his "I meant he thinks bo much of his to seek its cousins, bringing in two him." and all of his best labor for father, he just runs and the game was on and lost. int that is going on here City Journal. 000 Improvement. The Web- Mlsees Louise and Mildred Babbage ipany is furnishing' the Mr. Owen Improving. were guaate of Mr, and Mrs, B. W. ground. The Irvlngtea Mr. Feed Owes, of Glen Deaa, who (ipaay had on exhlbitlea, Carter, aad they enjoyed the day at ptbU station, a fertillaer Lyddea drove very muoa. was operated oa at St. Joaeph'a last Monday for ear trouble Taoaa who are sot fr- ttiftg aloag splendidly. Mr, Owe a U Ibor are certaialy akowift Yum FMMrf and Mtbualaen la tkle eighty year ow, a&u nwtuy at tae DuJ In Tim said it wa remarkable now be f arawe are anxious to tea Uo theee old w 4im siood toe critical operation. Hie daughKaJpb Youag, taw Tounttat mm of ters, Mrs. W. C. Moorman, of Glen Breeeearidge, aad the ffJV.feWM Youaf, of Max Patiimlle, Dtaa, and Mrs. K. W. Owen, U Ow- lent on gtta Iron eaejf WP VpgfenF wonito vpMpPP jp eaaboc. apaat iaat weak with aim. Lplcnic held at Lyddan Grove Sat- - this station. i sh Mea-dor- 's sister-in-la- co-o- p- Henry 1. Datterdink, of near Pates-villended his life Monday by taking nitric acid. Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Datterdink came to Cloverport shopping. They bought quite a bill of drugs at A. R. Fisher's- together. After this Mr. Fisher said Mr. Datterdink returned to his store alone and bought an ounce of pure nitric acid and afterwards sent a colored boy for carbolic acid. Mr. Fisher let him have it all on credit having known him since he was a boy and knew that he was a good man. Little did Mr. Fisher think that Mr. Datterdink was making preparations to take his own life. About two o'clock a message came from the home of Mr. J6hn Ashly, the suicide's father-in-lacalling the doctor. The man was dead when Dr. Owen got there. He had taken the poison in whiskey. The news soon spread. Mrs. Datterdink came to Cloverport Monday night and made arrangements with Mr. Clias. Hamiuan for the funeral. The burial took place yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Baker graveyard. Mr. Datterdink was about forty-fivyears old. e e, The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Makes delicious home-bake- d foods of maximum qualify af minimum cost. Makes' home baking pleasant and profitable Baptist Church Revival. The meeting at the Baptist church PAPER TALK I closed Friday night and with good result On Farming is All Stuff Accord-in- g for a ten dajs meeting. From Sunday on the services were largely attended to Harry Bell-T- he Best both day and night. The general comFarms-Help- ful Talent is Off of the ment by all who heard Dr. I'ettie was that it was the greatest series of sermons Thoughts For the ever delivered in Cloverport. His ser mons were logical and comprehensive in Farmer. Young Girl Drowns. Shelby Ford, of Fordsville, Ky., received a message Monday night that his daughter, Miss Sigiel Ford, was drowned while in bathing in Green River, at Bowling Green, Ky., at six o'clock. - Her body was recovered at ten o'clock- Monday night and will be sent home today. The i funeral villbe Thursday in the Baptist church at FordVville. Mfss Ford was attending school at Bowling Green. She was eighteen years old. Moorman-Gregory. arrangement, unanswerable in argument, clear and forceful in presentation, and delivered with love and great persausive power. It was a time of seed sowing that shall continue to bear fruit for many days hence. If the meeting'could have continued a week or more longer, the visible results would have been much larger. There were five additions, one by letter and four by profession of faith and .baptism, as follows; Mrs. R. M. I'enick, Prof. Rufus McCoy, Misses May-de- e Chapin, Lillian Dugan, ani Ruth Matheny. The baptising was at sunset Sunday and was a beautiful service. Rev. Graves Goes Abroad. The Rev. Mr. 13. W., Graves, former pastor of the Presbyterian church, left last week to attend International - home-mad- e e always-ready-m- an d "put-near- - Uves-wit- h ell ry 1 lHJi Wufr JWp Sunday School Convention at Zurich, Switzerland. Mr. Graves will visit sevHardinsburg, June 1C. (Special) Mr. eral countries abroad. His church at H. B. Moorman, of Harned, and Miss Auburn, Ky., has given him three Mary Leigh Gregory, of Garfield, sur- months' leave of absence with his sala prised their friends by going to' Louis- r.v continued just the same. ville Tuesday of last week, and being quietly married at the home of Rev. Miss Eskridge Receives and Mrs. D. W. Scott. Mrs Scott be ing a cousin of the bride. Diploma Of Music Miss Gregory Is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregory, and num. Hardinsburg, June 16. (Special) b9rs her friends by the scores, being of Miss Katie Eskridge went to Cincina very cordial and hospitable disnosi nati, Ohio, last Wednesday to bo prestion Mr. Moorman is the son of Mrs. ent at the Commencement exercises of Ethel Moorman. He is connected wltli the Conservatory of music, where she Mr. Robert Weatherford, of Harned, will receive her diploma. In the mercantile business. Miss Eskridge completed the course . Mr. and Mrs. Moorman will reside In in Public School music and drawing Harned where they will be at home to last year and received a certificate to friends. teach. Itisaruli of this Institution not to grunt a diploma to any one until News From Lieut. White. they have taught one year successfully. Last July Miss Eskridge accepted a Mrs. Emma Skillmuu received an Inposition with the Masonic Widows and teresting letter last week from her son, William White, whose address is Lieut. Orphans Home in Louisville, and has W. B. White, of Kentucky, care of taught a successful term, so on Thurs-dashe received a diploma from the Governor General, Manilla, Phililpine Conservatory. Islands. He writes that his voyage on Supt. T. J. Adams, of the Masonic the Japanese vessel is wonderful. Home, says. "We are very fond of Miss Aboard there are eighteen young men who have the same otllco as Mr. White, Eskridge. She is a good teacher, and all from different states of the United her services have been satisfactory In Statos. On this vessel is a tennis court every respect." and a newspaper is issued every day, A Call For Republicans. besides many other ettractiouc. Their visit to Honolulu, Hawaii, was grand, All Republicans in the second MagisHnd Mr. White wrote that it is a place terial District are requested to meet in as beautiful as It Is advertised. the City Hall, Cloveqort, on Saturday, June 28, to select candidates for MagisMr. Pulliam Dead. trate and Constable for the Republican primary and to attend to other business. W. G. Pulliam, conductor on the W. C. Pate, .District Chairman. Henderson Route Local from Louisville to Irvlngton, died last Thursday. He leaves a wife. Mr, Jerry Tllford, of Farmers Meeting. Fordsville, attended the funeral, Mr. Pulliam was one of the oldest conductS. 11. Robertson, of Calhoun, organizer ors on the road, and a line man. He of The American Society of Kquity will had a host of friends all along the road address the people on the subject of how who will be sorry to hear of his death. to secure profitable prices for Farm Products, , Dr. Baucum Uavcs July 1 McQuady, June 23, 7:30 p. m. Hitee Run, Ftr A Visit Hime New liethel,June 24, 7:30p.p, f,m, June 35, 1 .Bills School House, Jane 25, 7:30 p. w. Dr, Jwse Baueuat will leave July 1st Hardinsburg, June 8, 1 p, m, for a visit t bis parents at fcsw GaeUa Ky., aad a vaotWtrlu. Ke will We le CrMMt Suffftr at eUQtuuly. gone twe During bis absence, bis office will be left in charge of an The ladies at the Baptiat Church will aaaleUnt, and all engagements will be give an ice"ct earn eupper Satarday night, boots!!, aad tiled tt kit return. . JwctkDiA AUatoeatdkUy invited. y Friend Babbage: As my subscription to your valuable county paper is due and I haven't any chickens, duckso? other farm products that I can pay you in just now, I guess I had better send you my check for one dollar and square the account. I am glad to see your paper working for the farmer, as you say it is; but if you don't come up and help me save my wheat and oats crop, I will think your paoer talk is all stuff, and that we farmers are working for you, John, in stead of you working for us. I know there is n great kick nowadays about the high cost of living, and the farmer is blamed bv nearlv ev ery one for this state or affairs. But to tell you the honest truth about it, I don't see how the farmers, as a class. do as well as they are doing, for they spend their money to help every other fellow's business except their own; and they thereby rob themselves. But you can't blame the other follow for taking Mr. Farmer's money when Mr. Farmer gives it up "so easy. " But as long as this is the case you mav look out for high cost of living, and another main reason is the best talent and intellect have left the farm and left us "scrubs" on the soil to combat against the world which, in a general way, is thoroughly organized. If vqu think there nre anv hints in any of these remarks that mlsrht heln any one, or especially a farmer, you may print it if you like. II. L. Bell, A Farmer. Brother Walker Leaves For New Mexico,, The Rev. Mr. James II. Walker, pastor of the Methodist church leaves with his family for New Mexico cither today or tomorrow. They have not decided cx actly where they will locate, possibly at. Deming. On account of Urother Walker's illness they are compelled to go to a. different cliniate. - Brother Walker has the sympathy of his whole church and he is greatly disappointed to leave, as he has gotten along-s- o well with his work and the members-Mr- s. Walker and the children, Mnrgue-srette and James Ileury, are quite broken up over leaving their friends and nice home. Mrs. Walker certainly has won many compliments over her beautiful g and she is very much appreciated here. The congregation is doing much to make their going away-onthat will be happily remembered, l the family. . house-keepinby-nl- K. P's. Express Sympathy Cloverport Ky., June 9, 1913 Mr. W. T. Arnold, tsa, Dear Brother: Breckcxridge Lodge Nov 6tk K, of P, desires to expreee to you, tMr sympathy in your recent bereaveaeafrt the lose of your brother, WiUt 'tteiaav )ejeVa eurauee that we are eyer reaaj helping head to all hrottters ia "tfcttf f ueed, we are yours tnriy, . J. U. ftfclt, Chae. Jackaea, J. M. Grafocy, J' V" SHOWING Rciort of the condition The Bank of OP BANK BRECKENRIDGE Report of n COUNTY Report of the condition of the BANKS Report of the condition of Hie Report of the condition of the of The Report of the condition of the it of riardinsburg & BRECKINRIDGE FARMERS BANK, g, E. SHELMAN FIRST STATE BANK, BANK OF "T CLOVMT T Trust Go, doing buslnoss nt the town of Hardins burir, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on fourth day of June 1H13. doing, business nt the town of Clovcrport, doing business nt the town of Hardins-burCounty of Breckinridge, State County of Hrcckiuridgc, Suite of Ken- of Kentucky, at the close of business tucky, at the close of business on 4th on the 4th day of June, 1013 Day of June, 1913. RUSOURCKS ji37i3-Loans and Discounts 39 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 138 36 Stocks, Howls and other se76,826 00 curities 27,86761 Due from Hanks 1 Cnshon linnd 12.05937 Checks nnd other cash items. 13 55 Hanking House, 1'urniture 6,352 54 nnd Hxtures o 00 Other Real Kstutc Other Assets not included under any of above heads...,' 47 33 5 RESOURCES. RESOURCES Ijans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured nnd un secured Stocks, Donds and other Securities $340,420 60 455 25 0 00 35,2 2 01 15,540 01 2,260 29 0 00 0 00 0 00 06 ,... Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Charged olT. Other Roal Estate None... Other Assets not included under auy of above heads. Due from Hanks $ 87,907 02 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured nnd un301 35 secured Stocks, Bonds and other Se1,17000 curities Due from Banks 8,376 4O 4,138 48 Cash on hand... Checks and other cash items IO7 O5 Banking House, Furniture 7,375 00 and Fixtures........ 036 37 Other Real Estate Other Assets not included 1,330 39 under nny of above heads. 56 & $303,924 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In, in (50,000 cash 25,000 Surplus Fund Undivided J'rofits, less ex ponses and taxes paid.... 10,251 Doposits subject 1155)46127 to check 00 00 46 $114,902 Total LIABILITIES LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash. $45,100 00 Capital Stock paid In; In cash $15,000 7.000 4,619 32 Surplus Fund'. Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less ex Undivided Profits, less ex 839 1,783 05 J ponses and taxed paid.... penses and taxes paid Deposits subject Deposits subject to $28,247 87 to check $69,265 54 check Demand CertifiDemand Certificates 00 cates of Dep'st 0 00 of Deposit Time Deposits.. 03,611 03 Time Deposits 139,722 24 Total $260,520 15 00 00 51 Demand Certif- 38 05 91,927 outstanding... outstanding 0 00 00 208,987 78 Due Banks and Trust ComDue Hanks and Trust Com 153,211 33 303,672 60 Time Deposits. panies o 00 . Certified Checks 0 00 panies o 00 Notes and Bills Rediscount'd 0 00 Notesafid Bills Rediscountcd. Cashier's checks outstanding 0 00 Unpaid Dividends Unpaid Dividends s Due Banks and Trust o 00 Reserve for taxes 0 00 Reserve for taxes o 00 Bills Payable Notes and Bills Rediscountcd 0 00 Hills Payable Other Liabilities not included 0 00 Other Liabilities not included Unpaid Dlvidonds 195 under any of above heads. o 00 under nny of above heads.. 0 00 Rescrvo for taxes 0 00 Bills Payable $111,962 Total Total $260,520 15 Other Liabilities not includCom-pmiic- icates of Do-pos- it Certified Checks... Cashier's checks o 00 Certified Checks 00 Cashier's checks 52 00 00 00 00 00 50 56 My commission expires, end of next Cloverport, last Sunday. Dear Mr. Babbace: It has been Mrs. Will Basham and Miss Kittie pretty cool here, but has moderated k B. F. Beard, Miller were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John VVo have a good crop of corn, C V. Robertson, Miller, of Hawesville, several days last now. A M. Kincheloe, ana some has been plowed over once. week. Directors Our town is improving, three new A. M. Hardin has purchased Charlie houses going up, and another begun. Payne's interest in the store and will We had a bad accident In our town of L continue to run it. Mr. Payne is put- Albany, Monday about 4 miles from ting up a new store and will go into here. Jas. Robertson shot his wife, shot business for himself. nt her seven times and hit her four Miss Mattie Beard and brother, WilLodiburg is on the boom. Three times She died in 20 minutes, and he liam, of Hardinsburg, were visiting stores and another going up, There went up stairs and shot himself. He Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Payne last Satur will be a schoolhouse built this fall and was son of Uncle Sam Robertson, day and Sunday. the L., H. & St. L will also put up a who came out here several years ago Wallace Parks and Miss Nina Hardin nice depot here. from Kentucky. He married Andy Die, attended quarterly meeting nt Union Mr. and Mrs. Kellie Dye attended of Stephensport, Ivy. Star last Sunday. Everybody Is at work now in this the funeral of Mr. Dye's sister, Mw. Mr. and Mrs. WillMoblj.of King's Jasou Robertson, at Albany, Mo , last country getting ready to cut wheat. I Mill, Ohio, returned home lnstSntur-d- week. hope this letter will not go Into the after a pitas nt vij.it to their pareMr. and Mrs. Fred Doan, of Webster, waste basket like the other one. Yours nt-, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Argabright. were visiting Mrs. Done's parents. Mr. truly, A. A. McCoy, Darlington, Mo li Ida Belle Ater, of Irvington, is and Mrs. E. E. Chism, last Saturday June 10, I9I3. t h Kuent ot relatives here thi- - week. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess I'ujne and (laugh Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown were vis- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ter, Rub, tttteiulkd church at Union iting Diarrhoea Remedy. Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Star laii Sund.n. Mrs. Reece French, of Mystic, last SatEvery family without exception Set. 0 00 County of Breckinridge W. II. Downier and A. D. Skill- We, Total $393,024 00 man, l 'resident and Cashier of the above STATE OF KENTUCKY ) . named Hank, do solemnly swear that acz' County of Breckinridge f the above statement is true to the best We, M. H. BeHrd and Paul Compton, of our knowledge and belief. Vice President and Cashier of the W. H. Howmer, President, A. B. Skillmau, Cashier. above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of June, 1913. best of our knowledge and belief. O. T. Skillmau, M. H. B.ard, Vice President Notary Public. Paul Compton, Cashier. My Commission Expires Jan. 12, 1914. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of June, lgl3. Ruth Bollinger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson were Notary Public. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson, of Correct Attest: heads . ed under nny of above STATE OF KENTUCKY STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 Set. County of Breckinridge We, Matthias Miller nnd Jno. D. Shaw, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do, solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Matthias Miller, President. Jno. D. Shaw, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day ot June, 1913. A. R. Kincheloe, Notary Public. My Commission Expires January 11, I9I6. Letter From Missouri. Senate. doing business at the town of Irvington, doing business. at the . town of ClovcrnorL . . ot iircckitiridgc, State Of KtmvH County of Breckinridge, State of Ken-tucky, nt the close til isineM on JfBtt tucky, at the close of business on 4th i' : day of June, 1913. day of June, 1913. doing business at the town of Irvington, County of Brcckcnrldg, State of Ken RESOURCES. RESOURCES tucky, at the close of business on 4U1 Loans nnd Discounts.-.- . ......71,805 06 Loans nnd Discounts.. .......$46,038 dnyofjunc, 1913. ma .! lll.A Overdrafts, secured and unseRESOURCES '... 302 0 Krlfe cured....... cured.. 911 21 Stocks, Bonds and other securStocks, Bonds and other securiIf " Loans and Discounts $8o,75 73 Go o ..... ities.... 60 00 ties . Overdrafts, secured nnd unse17,867 18 banks Due from Banks ...y... 7,775 58 Due fromhand 566 47 Cash cured .. 5,92897 on hand.......... 2,078 13 Cnshon Stocks, Bonds and other Secur88 90Checks and other cash items.. 8 76 Checks and other cash items.. ities 474 63 Banking House, Furniture and Banking House, Furniture and Due from Hanks .... 11,386 39 Fixtures Fixtures 1,347 53 5,669 8t Cash on hand... ... 7,609 73 Other Real Estate.... not r 000 Other Assets of included Checks nnd other cash items.. 00 Other Assets not included under any above heads.. 238 5a Banking House, Furniture and o 00 under any of above heads... Fixtures 1,720 91 Total $7t872 18 . Other Real Estate.... .. 00 Total.. ..$88,308 55 Other assets not included unLIABILITIES 6 90 der any of above heads LIABILITIES Capital Stock, paid in, in cash. 515, 000 00 2,366 00 Total toj,u8 81 Capital Stock paid in, in cnsh.i5,ooo 00 Surplus Fund.. Surplus Fund 1,500 00 Undivided 1'rolits, less expen 861 ses nnd taxes paid LIABILITIES Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid .. 566 82 Deposits subject to 1T . Capital Stock paid in, in cash. 15,000 00 Deposits subject to check rlippk Oil At 33,665 91 3,062 80 Surplus Fund.. Tlmn Tlfrocita t. 11A &i . Demand Certificates of Undivided Profits, less expenCashier's checks .. o oq Deposit..... ses and taxes paid 899 92 Time outstanding 89 96 Deposits 37,575 8t Deposits subject to o 00 Certified Checks check 59.454 72 Total 171,872 '18 Cashier's Checks sutstand- Demand Certificates itig ,.o 00 . STATE OF KKNTUCKY ;Sct. of Deposit 00 Due Banks and Trust CompanCounty of Breckenridge Time Deposits... 20,645 5 ies ....' o 00 . Certified Checks. 00 We. A. A. Simons and Taul Lewis, o 00 Notes nnd Bills Rediscountcd. Cashier's checks President and Cashier of the above named Unpaid Dividends 000 Bank, do solemnly swear that the above outstanding. 78 17 Reserve for taxes . 000 statement is true to the best of our knowDue Banks nnd Trust CompaBills Payable o 00 nies .. . 00 ledge and belief. Other Liabilities not included 00 Notes and mils Keuiscounteu. A. A. Simons, President o 00 under any ot above Heads... Unpaid .Dividends .. 00 Paul Lewis, Cashier . Reserve for taxes.... 2,095 81 Subscribed and sworn to before me 88,308 55 Total Bills Payable 00 this 12th day of June, 1913. Other Liabilities not included STATE OF KENTUCKY ) - . ocu Ray Lewis Heyser, 882 11 County of Breckinridge under any of above heads... J Notary Public. We, W. J. Piggott nnd J. C. Payne, My commission expires March 15, 1914 $102,118 81 President nnd Cashier of the above namTotal or at the end of the next session of the , STATE OF KENTUCKY ed bank, do solemnly swear that the Set. County of Breckenridge statement is true to the best of our Senate. We, K. II. Shelman and M. II. Corn- knowledge and belief. W. J. Piggott, President , wall, President and Cashier of the above Bale of Cotton. named Hank, do solemnly swear that the J. C. Payne, Cashier, above statement is true to the best of our Subscribed and sworn to before me knowledge and belief, this 13th day of June, 1913. Ernest Carson, of West Jackson, 15. II. Shelman, President T. N. McGlothlan Mies., remembered the Breckenridge M. II. Cornwall, Cashier Notary Public News last week with a souvenir bale Subscribed and sworn to before me My commission expires Feb. 24, 1914, pf cotton. It was very much appreciat this 13th day of June, 1913. ed. Mr. Carson and his brother, Percy Lewis II. Jolly, Carson, continue to have a good busiNotary Public. Who's Going East. ness at their large news stand in JackMy commission expires Feb. 16, 1914 "Dear Mr. Babbage: If there is any- son. body coming to New York this summer Constipation causes headache, indi- from Clovcrport, tell them to come To Cure a Cold In One Day gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For n and see me sure," writes Miss E. Ora Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stopsW Alexander, of 80 W. 105th St., New Cough and Headache and works off the CqM. mild, opening medicine, use Doan's York, In renewine her subscriDtion to Druggists refund money if it fails to cUVe. Regulets. 25c a box at all stores. Tho Breckenridge News. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 20c HO., BANKERS. n . t f . - Brt ft . Jk I ad ...... .............. ..... .j.... -' ......... THE OLD RELIABLE 11 BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 u U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR i POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS M SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits Safe Place to do Business TH! WOMAN HAD MUCH PAIN WHEN STANDIN Tells How Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made Her a Well Woman. Chippewa Falls, Wis. "I hnvo always had great confidence in Lydia E. v'r-T- 1, TST I'inkham s Vegeta ble Compound as I found it very good for organic troubles and recommend it highly. I had displacement, b a clestanding on my foot for any length of time, when I began to take the medicine, but I am in fine health now. If I ever have those troubles again I will take Lydia E. V.g'tablt) ( umpound." Mrs. Ed. Feiuon, 81tt High St, Chippewa when Pink-liam'- fl frt nch o nnd pains urday and Sunday. Jubal Hardin was the guest of Will French last Sunday. The third educational division met at Union Star Saturday the 7th, atd elected the following teachers: Union Star, Hallie Severs; Shllo, Clyde Severs; Chenault, Lelia Belle Hawkins; English, Lilian Cart; Gilt Edge, Paul Pleasant Valley, Irvln Jolly; Pop lar Grove, Dugan Severs; Lookout, Mrs. Dugan Severs; Raymond, O. B. Hendrick; Argabright, Mrs. Allen Bandy; Walnut Grove, Allen Bandy; Clifton Milk, Davis Bandy; Webster, Mrs. VlckOrendoff; McGehee, Alta St. Clair; Jarrett, Jettie Harrison; Mooleyville. Gussie O'Bryan. J. Dutschke, of Holt, visited Mrs. Ida Nottingham Sunday. Mrs. Joe Bruuer, of Ekron, visited her sister, Mrs. Geo. Cox, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Bandy attended quarterly meeting at Union Star last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. II. Roberts, of Louisville, were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts, last week. Jasper Head, of Cincinnati, was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Head. Mc-Co; should keep this preparation at hand during the hot weather of the summer months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many times its cost when needed and Is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. It has no superior for the purposes for which it is intended. Buy it now. For sale by all dealers. Greetings From Kentucky Federation Meeting Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain, of Irving-ton- , who attended the mooting of the of Kentucky Federation Women's Clubs at Middlesboro last week, sent the following: "I send greetings to the Breckenridge News from the meeting of tho S. F. W. O. I am glad to represent our county at this great meeting. The scenery here is the prettiest ever seen In Kentucky. Mrs. Chamberlain.,, "Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years. No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters reached the cause. ' J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. Leltcliflold. Aug. IZ--3 days. Henderson, Aus, 125 dtiys. Ilroudheud, Auk. 153 diijs. Perry vlllo, Aui?. 13 3 days. Vanceburj;, Auir. 134 duys. Uardlnbburt;, Auk. 193 diys. LawreneeburR, Aug. 19 1 duys. blioplicrdsvlllo, Aug, 1'J i duys. Columbia, Aug. 104 days , ErlauKcr. Aur. 204 duys. Stanford, Aur. 20- -3 days' EwIqr, Aur. Si 3 duys. Eminence, Aur. 21 3 days. Ellzubethtuwu, Aur. 2(1 3 days. Sliulbyvlllo, Aur. 2U- -4 duys. London, Aur. 204 days. NIclio usvllle, Aur. 2tl 3 days. Kloruuco, Aur.27 4 duys. Uorniuntown, Aur, 27 t days. PurlS, Sept. 25 days. Alexandria, Sunt. 25 days. Fulton, Bout. 2 5 days. Frankfort, Sept. 24 days. Somerset, Sopt.2 days. Ilardtstqwn, Sept. 34 duys. Hurboursvillu, Bopt. -3 days, Tompldnsvlllo, Sept. 34 days, Frauklln, Sept. 4 3 days. HodReuvlUo, Sept. 03 days. Montlcullo, Sept. -4 duys, MorRuntown, Sept. 113 days. Kutmouth, Sept. 10 4 duys. Kentucky State Futr, Louisville, Sept. liduys. 30- DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Vetenary Surgeon and Dentist Office in Miller & Ball's Liyery Stable, Hardinsburg, Ky. 7- -.- 0 Prepared to treat all animals;'. All disead Surgery and Dentistry a specialty1 . Soecial attention ,0, triven calls 1- 5- fll I i I at all hniire'1 .w .. ..wm.. X 'X UN FLOYD GILLIATT, V. M. D. HcoUsvlllo, Sept. 18- Kentucky Fair Dates. Take Plenty of Time to Eat. There is a saying that "rapid eating The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1013, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Mt. Stcrllnir, July 23- -4 days. ilarrodsburg, July 294 days. Mudlsonvllle, July 29- -5 days. Uotoutowa, August -5 days. Taylorurlllo, August 51 days. Fair, (Carroll, Oallatlii, Owwi) Sttudcru, August u4 days. DaBvlltc, August B 3 days. 8 Uluu O raw 1'ulr, Lexington, August ty 11-- Horse Cave, Sept. 2(4 duys. IlowlliiRUiuen, Sept. 24 4 days. Adalrvlile, Sept. 25- -3 days. Vuducuti, Sept. 304 days. UlaSROw, Oct, -3 duys. m IOE Falls, Wisconsin. is slow suicide." If you have formed Providenco, R. I. cannot speak the habit of eating too rapidly you are too highly of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comimund us it has dono won- most likely suffering from indigestion ders for me and I would not bo without or constipation, which will result even it, I had organic displacement and tually in serious illness unless corrected. bearing down pains and backache and Digestion begins in the mouth Food was thoroughly run down when I took should be thoroughly masticated and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- insalivated. Then wheu you' have a pound. It helped mo and I am in tho fullness of the stomach or feel dull and of health at present I work in a stupid after eating, take one of Cliam-berlaln- 'u factory all day long besides doing my Tablets. Many severe cases housework bo you can tw what it lwfl for tne, I giv9 you permission to of stomach trouble and constipation dwe publish my name and I speak of your nave baea cured by the us el these Vegetable Compouftd to many of nny tablets. Tiyiy are My to take and ail Mr. Abwl IAWSOK, 15 most agrtiptta ia effect. SoW LlppHtSt, ProyWenee, K.I. dealers. "I Murray, Oct. 14 duys. Klktou, Oct. 2 3 duys. llopklnsvllle, Oct, 0 Oduys. MayUeld, Oct. 8- -4 days. 14 Uuys. Can't Keep It Secret. The splendid work of Chamberlain's Tablets is dally becoming more widely known. No such grand remedy for stomach and liver trouble has ever been known, For sale by all dealers, $3-5- Ask the Farmer Who Has One yhat vondors tho for him. Cumberland Tolepbono works Ho will reply: 4 5 , 1 bt 2 o Soils my products? bets tbo bost prices jjnugn Nuppuas Ifviuv x'tiye xor lutnlrlaJ- day. frift." W Mt. Ywbob, Augut day. WlaehtwWr, Auguot 8- -4 day, Keren, Auut7-Jda- r. Vera Hrek(tiuekaU, Aac, M Market vOJs, Aug, M 4 day. f-t- rt Seven cardinal reasons n 0 Louisville Hveaing Poet ami Mree9kiridge N.eM one v ear, 3. 40. fnr uir over nna qw why Dai. mfiuiuulliu, e Protocts tb Ivotue Halpe the houfltwife iwraefc u1l V pr YOU akould be inter Cumberland Tetesbone & day. TekrcJF to. Try 11 Wwt iL Today. P .&. v IRVIN6T0N ., DIFFERENCE The Proof Is Hero The Same As Si kid- lrAM)WMrVMWWWMi 1 Mr. ami Mrs. Jnmcs liolln nnil dm eh Viar ' Mha. loft Knttirclnv for Rvnnsvllle. iter they will visit Mr. and Mrs. IrtHk Mficey In Mt Vernon. ,1 -- 1 Everywhere. For those who sack relief from ney backache, weak kidneys, bladder Ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope of relief and the proof is here, in Clover port, the same as everywhere. Clover-por- t people have used Doan's, and Cloverport people recommend Doan's, the kidney remedy used in America for fifty years. Why suffer? Why run the risk of dangerous kidney ills fatal Bright's disease. Here's Cloverport proof Investigate It. J. B. Strong, farmer, Cloverport, Ky., says: "I had trouble from weak kidneys, together with pains across the small of my back and through my sides Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended in the papers, I got a box. They quickly cured mo, and in return, I highly recommend Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVJLLLE, KY. I BACON -- a SQN Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. E. Dempster and children, "" INCORPORATED 'Ml dfc&JIMHMtaaw' 'JO oo r7 18 ih. lent me lie the 9i4 ' H predate the kindness of ones thoughtful enough to plan .for their happiness Jp Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kirk left on Here's hoping they get to enjoy this H X IlUIhUUy lUl U IVKH o ia " wmkuo treat for years to come. if KW.'boro. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Graves and son, Misses Grace Miles and Eunice Mar- Junius, of Auburn, Ky., arrived Tueslowe, of Fordsville, arrived Saturday day for a visit to friends in their old for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Miles. home town. Mr. Graves left WednesMrs. TyT.eltn. IS. S. Turner anu uaugnter, day for New York, from there he sailed left Fridav for their home in Saturday for Zurich, Switzerland, to Louisville after a pleasant stay with attend the World's S. S. Convention in July. He expects to return on the AMiss Mary Cornwall. Is Misses Evu Foote and Betsy Stith, of Carpathia. Miss Mary Alexander has arrived iBewleyville, visited Mrs. R. L, Jordan home from Louisville where she has '.last week. Mrs. G. T. Marshall has as her guest been attending school and studying music. The young people are delight'Miss Annie Owsley, o? White Mills. Li Wrents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lyons. of 3 Mr. and Mrs. Chr's McGhee, pkRHdenburg, spent the week end with . and Mrs. F. II. McGhee. ;i Mrs. Nannie Hodees, of Louisville, t'oame Monday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs Hawkins Smith aud children, of Garfield spent last Sunday . t..n tj- -i j 1.1. .Willi itir. anu wra. rv.uuci ucu. 'VMrs. G. L. Ilradv and daughter vlsi ked in Louisville last week. Misses Marcaret Conniff and Nellie Smith, Messrs. Gillie Dowell and Humbert Lyons composed a motoring party Jto this hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Drury Thursday evening. KGco. Cundiff, of Elizabethtown, was town several days last week in the 'interest of the Home Insurance Co. FJasper Head, of Louisville, visited 'Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Head last week. SMiss Mary Sulzer, of Cannelton, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Ed Monahan and son, Roy, left .Friday for a visit to relatives in Fords- -1 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons DO YOUR SUMMER SHOPPING IN LOUISVILLE AT BACON'S There you will find a most representative assortis ment of that which newest and best in them." For sale by all dealers. Price CO n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's aud take no other. Advertisement. Foster-Milbur- ,hl Piece Goods Laces and Embroideries Millinery Wash Dresses Silk Dresses Men's Furnishings Carpets, Rugs Wash Waists Women's Neckwear Petticoats Muslin Underwear Women's and Children's Footwear Boy's Clothing House Furnishings at V In fact, practically everything for everybody and you will find the prices to be the lowest which goods of their quality can be bought. 5 & ' ts jjA The Young People's Society met at the M. E. church Friday evening. dance was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs; L. H. Jolly Friday evening in compliment to Miss Elizabeth Claire Jolly who has just returned from Bloomington, Ind. Mrs. Samuel T. Davis, of Dallas, Texas, who has been visiting friends and relatives in this vicii ity for several weeks, left Saturday for Jeffersont'own to visit Mrs. George Dowden. Later she will visit in St. Louis aud Miss Maurine Ashcraft left Saturday to J. W. Massie in Louis- fir a visit ville. i Mrs. S. P. Parks spent Thursday in Brandenburg. Mrs. J. M. Herndon and children have returned from a visit to Mrs. Jas. Lewis in Brandenburg. T. N. McGlothlan and" daughters. Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Mrs. A. B. Suter, were in Louisville last week. ) Miss Margaret Beauchamp, who is .spending the summer in the country, spent Thuisdny with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Henry. Prof. C. A Tanner and wife chap, eronen a crowd of young folks to Dent's Bridge Friday. They were conveyed to this place of amusement in a road wagon of course this was fun for all. The day wns spent in wading, fishing and visiting the snrings. The noon hour was one,of joy, as the bunch had prepared oodlens of good things for the spread. Mrs. Tanner informed the children that this will be an annual af fair so long as she remains in this com- Their clamor as they arrived , munlty. in town at 6 p. m. showed to the citi zens that they were no worse off from their strenuous day. The children en- y these outings very much and ap- - Come One! Come all! let me look after your..... ed to have her with them again, as her presence adds much to the gayety of the crowd. Her musical talent is also appreciated by them. Quite a number of people from here attended the farmers' picnic Saturday and report it a day.. well spent. Our praises ring for all the farmers, especially Mr. Worlaud Carter. Dr. W. B. Taylor has purchased a fine auto from Hook Bros, at Hardins burg. Mrs. John Akers and daughter, Florence, of Hardinsburg, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ljddan. Trainmaster W. R. Hensley had a special take the town folks to the crusher Saturday ''free gratia." That's just like the Henderson Route and its employees to do nice things. "W. R." was there at speaking time, also eating time. Jeff Dillon was in town Saturday. JohnR. Wimp left Sunday for California where he goes to join his family. They will reside there. We regret very much to give these good people up, and California's we realize that wnat gain is our loss. Hosts of friends wish them success in th;ir new home. Miss Maggie Carter, of Cloverport, is the guest of the Misses Greenwood. Dr. Lex was in Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Henderson moved to the Wimp homestead Monday. We regret thtir departure from our town; however we anticipate pleas ant trips to the country. Bro. Cowley, of Louisville, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Medlord Howard. Dr. S. P. Parks and wife left Sunday for Minneapolis to attend the National Medical Association. They will also go to Anaconda, Mont., to visit Mr. aud Mrs. Warren May. Mrs. C. D. Hook and children will leave Thursday for Tell City. Mrs. J. C. Payne and daughter, Susie Thomas, left Monday for a visit to relatives in Leltchfield. Mrs. W. J. Plggott and daughter, Eliza, have returned from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison and children, of Louisville, are visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Morrison. 1 RAILROAD FARES REFUNDED IN CASH We refund to out-of-town customers five per cent of their total purchases up to the amount of their round-tri- p railroad fare We Now Give and Redeem Surety Coupons The Coupon t that has a definite and fixed value A Book Full (1,000) Surety 69. Sffe 2it&(fhi von to.... ss Tminnns r.nfifles &&&&& mmm mim&Qf$&to&(&R8K& $p wt8mfm&mmwm$t -- in il J aO VS ..v. .. V MMWGfflWl&r ) CZIOEZD 01 A Severe Sickness Leaves The Kidneys Weak O CZ30EZD C 30E )C HOE OH HOE "Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyes, After recovering from a severe spell of sickness some time ago, I was all run down aud suffering from poor blood. I would have pains in my back nnd hips and my kidneys bothered uie all the time. I started taking Swamp-Roo- t upon the recommendation of a friend and found It was just what I needed. My blood became all right and after taking a few bottles, I was surprised at the effect It had on my kidneys. They were entirely cured and I have much to be thankful for that your great remedy did for me. Yours very truly, W. O. BLACKMON, 4nd Get a Tip to Make You Wise." Our Twenty Day REDUCTION PRICES 0 0 Phenix City, Ala. to and subscribed before me, this the 14th day of July, 1009. W, J. Bins, Justice of the Peace. Sworn Dr. Kilmer & Co. IJInzhimton. N. Y. Letters to Will Do For You rrove What Swamp-Roo- t Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention The Breckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. t size and Regular bottles for sale at all drug stores. fifty-cenone-doll- Have not run out, but will be Extended with Better Bar- - gains and Easier Shake Off Your Rheumatism. Insurance No line No line Now is the time to get rid of your cent rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e "bottle" of Chamberlain's Liniment and aee how quickly your rheumatic pains disappear. Sold by all dealers. too big Mr. Appreciation Expressed. I thank you for your kind words In your last week's paper, also for your favorable mention of the Webster Convention. Webster Is the best place In the county to hold 'a convention. Two reasons for it; all join In to too small Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the J. D, Babbage, Dear Sir and Friend: ben tried and gave perfect satisfaction. L. C. TAUL. United States. All Aleut Otvertsksy. make It a success, they meet and select the bst songs and practice theiq 11. While w do not wake any w ev tyue at artistic meajc aad Whva baby stiffsrft with cun Qf u ery QOuy euixn 14 ii. Doaa's by a numb-w-r o partitas last year apaa kchlnic akin trottbW, tt said mosh loac that Hhe.moate was m food as that at Otatluettt, & Uttk--frway aad it As sain (or efelldr. &O3 a any couaty eaawtiee. bos at ail store. aoaveottoo com WtB too day 1w the whoie neighborhood comes out and brings plenty to eat, and makes nil who attend feel that they are welcome. All of us like to go where we receive a hearty welcome. I have done the very best could In these years that I have had charge of the work, and these people here have stood, by me as nobly as any people ever did by anyoue. I love them very dearly. They have shown me great respect and have been very helpful. Any time I can be of any help to you let me know. I will take pleasure in speaking a good word for your paper. You may be a little surpriseu at tins letteri but; felt I wanted to express my appreciation for your kind words. Yeur friend, T. B Henderson, Web titer, June . 1 SEE OUR BARGAINS wru slrB. "i lt r. III iiaahir the? WilsonKy.& Co Glen Bean, r n 1 ( " BohI Hium .,JiLU Mill" with "' I 1" VSSimmmmmSSBiO - wy l "Old a eash toia- - tta ftr fewr rniiA .,,aAw iiViiiilfrii,' vf s&kir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, J JNO. 1. IAMA6C-- , Editor ami PiMslwr START YOUR CHRISTMAS FUND This is the time of year to start your Christmas fund. Now, while you can mako extra dollars off of your garden or lmrvcst. Begin today to save money for Christmas and mako that time one for which you will bo happily Buying in Large Quantities? Enables me to sell at a profit, what the cost would g bo in small lots by local freight. I handlo every-thinJn Building Material Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913 Subscription price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for each additional CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. aotify us. IIISVIIIUII. , THE FIRST STATE BANK, : Irvington, Ky. j. C. PAYNE, Cashier accomodating olliccr. place. His party could not name a better n.an for tho If it is not correct please Building Hardware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Finishes. Building, Concreting, House-movin- g and Raising. Grading, Interior Decorating. House-Paintingji- nd enjoyed seeing this handsomely equipped newspaper oflice, and the editors left many good wishes in it for the success of the company. All of Frankfort assisted Mr. Vrccland in entertaining tho press Lexcrowd. At the office fifty automobiles lined up and drove us to Camben ington. En routo wo were entertained at the magnificent of the Journal home, and tho hospitality that been" in the print-showas extended to us all tho way to Olympia. Olympia Springs was reached Monday evening about six o'clock, and the editors soon got settled for work and entertainment. Olympia is an ideal summer resort under good management. The first days of last week were cold days for June, and many of the editors that their overcoats were put away at home. Notwithstanding, the cool snap of the weather, the crowd had a fine trip. A visit to the Blue Grass section of wealth, activity and splendid roads is an inspiration. p HOSPITALITY, TO THE PRESS. hunLast Monday Tho Kentucky State Journal entertained one in Frank-for- t. dred and fifty members of the Kentucky Press Association Their new plant was decorated with potted flowers for the event and a sumptuous luncheon was served. While the gucata were dining, there was music and much merriment. A delightful time wo We had, chatting around printing presses and over stacks of paper. Tho building at Ilardinsburg is progressing nicely. All tho will bo finished this week. s brick woik for the three mid B. F. Beard & Co's. building havo Plnn fnr the bank buildimr Iippm rnninlctcd and accented, and the contracts for these will soon bo completed and work begun. So things are moving along nicely in tho burned district. store-house- Small orders receive tho same careful attention as tho largo ones and all arc appreciated. MARION WEATHERHOLT, General Contractor . Cloverport, Kentucky of Education edited by Andrew Driskell, superin tendent of the county schools, beginning in this week's issue should be of benefit and interest to all teachers. The Breckcnridgo News is glad to lend space and labor for educational advancement. ti,i nnnnrtmnnt I ONCE I HAD Our svmnathv sroes out to tho Fordsvillo mother and father whose young daughter, was drowned late Monday afternoon. Courtcsev. promptness, good service and publicity arc tho drawing cards in any business. I ie-gret- ted It is hot and dry a good corn crop. all over the County, But it takes a dry June for the popularity voting AT LYDDAN GROVE SATURDAY. The first annual celebration of the Irvington Corn, Clover and Stock Club was one great pleasure to tho farmers and thoir friends. A demonstration of tho work of the State's Agricultural Experiment Station was given, and one could see the work that is being done to improve Brcckcnridgc county land. This work has back of it the farmcra.tho L.,H. & St. L. K. R. Co., the Brcckcnridgc News, Web-ste- r Stone Co., tho business men of Irvington and the State of Kentogether to make it a success and of tucky. They are And back of all these there is ono man who real permanent benefit. is carrying the responsibility on his shoulders to put every effort to worth and that is the .secretary, Mr. B. W. Carter. We are glad to see that .tho men are joining hands to encourage him to keep on until the spirit of farm improvement makes Breckeniidgc county over. We oro looking forward to the exhibition of the club at Irvington in the early fall. Convinced that the high prices of meats could be sharply and fectively reduced through tho enactment of a law prohibiting the slaughtering of calves, tho Chamber of Commerce announced today i,ts intention to appeal to Congress for some such legislation. Eminent physicians throughout the country will be asked to testify as to the unwholcsomencss of veal as food and their testimony will be submitted to Congress when the crusade is launched. Washington SpcoJ ian of June 12. Cloverport is hungry for wholesomo meat, and it will never be supplied until the farmers quit selling off the calves. ef- With summer time comes the nuisance contest. IIJ J MONEY HAD FRIENDS I IIB if illil HSiyB LOANED MONEY TO Tho Kentucky Club women had a great gathering at Middles-bor- o last week. A foot went down on rag time music. "Whenever e music, folks plain country preachers says anything about call them fanatics. These lovely, fashionable women are doing a great work, along many lines, but it is hoped they will not wander away from their homes and tho little country churches in their enthusiasm to make the world bettor. rag-tim- Wo announce this week Davis Dowell, of Ilardinsburg as a candidate for County Judge, subject to tho action of tho Republican party. Mr. Dowel! is well known to nearly all tho voters of this county, especially tho Republicans. Ho has been Deputy County Clerk for nearly four years under Mr. Beard and has made a very efficient and ItiSJSatfS tsajts ssssat: SPECIAL SALE! Commencing THURSDAY, JUNE 19th and lasting until June 27th This sale will include our complete line of Carharrt Overalls and Jackets at spot cash 90c, former price $1.10. Also our entire line odd Trousers to be sold at Rock Bottom Prices. For good, sound Bargains you cannot afford to miss this sale. of Kirk. HARDINSBURG Orren Hardin, of Hites Run, and Pal Garner, of Madrid, were in town on business, Saturday. Mrs. S,ilas A. I'ate and children left The strength of a nation does not lie in forts, nor in navies, nor yet in great Tuesday for their home in Tennessee standing anm , but in happy and con- after a month's visit to Mrs. Margaret tented citizens, who are over ready to May. protect for themselves and to preserve On last Friday afternoon at the home for posterity the blessings which they Mr. Robert Smith, Mrs D. W. Scott ento enjoy. It is for us of this generation tertained in honor of Miss Mariam so perform the duties of citizenship that fourteenth birthday. At five a "government of the people, by the peo- o'clock they w,ere served a lunch in the ple, and for the people shall not perish yard. In the center of the table was from the earth." W. J. Uryan. M. K. made of candy, surrounded by Mrs. 1). W. Scott, of Louisville, is here fourteen cakes, The date of birth and for a two weeks visit to her father, R A. 1913 was made of candy, also. The inSmith, and other relatives. vited guests were, Misses Mariam and Miss Nancy Kincheloe is at home Catherine Kincheloe, Pauline Compton, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kin- Emma Helen Ilaswell, Georgia M. Ilaswell, Wilhemena Eskridge 'and Master cheloe, in Louisville. Heard and Miss KUa Ahl Robert Kincheloe. Mrs. Herbert Children's Day was appropiately obwere visitors in Cloverport last Tuesday. Miss T.innie Ilaswell has arrived from served at the M. 15. Church, South. The Caruthersville, Missouri, to spend the Cradle Roll members were present and were honored. The children showed summer. that they had been well trained and the George Cundiff Insurance Agent from week on committee are to be congratulated. IJIizabethtown, was in town last Mrs. Josie Jolly spent last week with business. rela- Mrs. J. C. Dellaven. Miss Clara Eskridge is visiting Miss Edna Dowell is the guest of her tives in Oweiisboro and Henderson. Dow- sister, Mrs. John Cook. Mrs. Charlie Dowell, Mrs. Frank ell and son, Arthur, of Garfield, were the Quarterly Meeting Services guests, last week, of Mrs. D. D. Dowell. Tom Dowell spent Sunday at his home Rev. M. L. Dyer, pastor, will preach near Garfield. at Glen Dean next Saturday and SunMrs. Susan Squires .and Mrs. Amos Board spent last week in the country with day morning and night. His fourth quarterly meeting will be held at Mrs. Tice Hendrick. D. Kirk, June 28 and 29. Mrs. Lucretia Hensely, Mrs. John Shaw and daughter, Eula Hensely Shaw, will leave Friday for a two week's stay at Dawson Springs. Mrs. Clara Kly, of St. Louis, is the guest of her sister, Miss Tula Daniel. Alf Taylor and daughter,, Miss Louise Taylor, of Custer, visited Mrs. Eliza Taylor last week. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, has been Mrs. Morris Heard's visitor. Dr. W. A. Walker and daughters, Mary Elizabeth, Virginia and Mildred are visiting relatives in Hewleyville. Mrs. V. A. McGuire and children, of Horse Cave, are isiting relatives near Kin-chelo- IHAYE NO tmm mammmMWMrM 'FRIENDS jhHHI B5i imhW Sf 420; I) f( I MY FRIENDS I ASKED MY MONEY OF MY Mr FRIENDS I HAVE NO MONEY . - A . V MAD m ONLY 7FfAE OCZ. T VAT B AV r VOkf. ,nj Young man, you have no friends as good a9 YOUR OWN MONEY. If you lope your job, or get hutt or sick, if other friends forsake you, which they would, your money will stay with you. Have it iii OUR BANK where it is safe and where you can get it when you want it. It can always be relied upon. Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. Temporary Quarters on the Corner Temptation Sale Soon! Watch for Announcement of Date Exquisite Summer Dress Goods Ratina, Voile, Swiss, Dimnity, Linem in white and different Shades: Shadow Lace, Cluny Lace and other beautiful Vanzant. Mrs. John M. Skillman and son, John Edwards, will leave tomorrow for a visit to Mrs. Lawrence Graham, near Howling Green. Mrs. M. L. Dyer and daughter, Elenor Ray, are at home after a visit to Nolin. Miller Delia ven has received the appointment to carry the mail on route No. 2 and Sam DcJarnette on No. 3. They began Monday. John D. Shaw, Cashier of The Earm-ersHank was in Gustou Saturday on 's Mid-Summ- er Millinery Cheap TT" Hen's Up-to-da- te Respectfully, business. Abel Gillingwaters, of Ilasin Spring, was in town on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dcnnie Miller were the guests of Mrs. Silas Miller, in Clover- commands opportunities for profitable investment that are beyond the reach of the man who hasn't saved. y Any man can be a man who will lay aside a few dollars, now and then in this strong, safe bank, and his money will always be ready when he needs it. No expense pass-boocheck boobs, and our service in handling your account are free. Come In and let us show ycu how a bank account will help you to save. Come In today. ready-monek, New Line of Summer Shoes Next Week I. B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. H Office E- - A. Rhodes T. Hardinsburg, Ky. port, Saturduy and Sunday. Miss .Martha Haynes has returned to her home hi Union Star after a visit to her sister, Mrs, J. V. Jolly. Mr. Charlie Mawlfnrd, of Bewleyville, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Leslie Walker and children are vWtiHg Mr. awl Mrs. Jobu Belr nar PERMANENT Climb, Phone 18. ROYALTY DENTIST Kentucky 1 Residence 5kHmi Huw The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. Hardinsburg, ::: Over Weyst Ad. Farmew Bank Thy fcriJSH Tyfl.Ntws quick rttujts ,. ' of IrvItiRton, were the guests of the Misses Wroe last week. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913 Miss Susie Black, of Addison, was the guest of Miss Lucy Hall Friday. Jfntercdnt tho Post Offllce at Cloverport, Ky Dr. Evan Royalty and Dr. John E. as second clas matter, Kihchcloc, of tlardlnsburg, spent Thursday in Louisville. REPhESENTED ADVERTISING DY TSAe Breckenridge News ANNOUNCEMENTS THIS PAPER FOR FOREIGN THE jTIHailJlpaSESI f.ffS NEW YORK AND CHICACO IRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEKTS GENERAL OFFICES mm Y. if ith it I f I P ek f llC iiilts n candidate for County Clerk. of Mendocouuty. ns a candidate fortlioState subject $ 2.50 For Precinct mid city Offices Heniito, subject to tho nctlon of tho Demo- Prlmnryto tho nctlon of tho Democratic party election August 2. 6.00 cratic party, l'rltnnry election Augusts. For County Offices f, 1.V0O For State and District Offices For Superintendent Public Schools Por Representative 10' For Calls, per line We are authorized to nnnounco Wo nro Authorized ts announce 10 For Cards, per line. I'KYTON It. CLAYCOMII, J. W. TRENT, For All Publications in tbe inter JOHN N. AICEItS, Harvey Reid Ditto arrived at the of Iliudliilnirp. ns n cundldnto for County of Webster, as candldnto for Kepreseiitn-Ut- o ofJ J?u?Vrri. n.H " candldnto for Superintendent Dried Beef of ItjeckenrldKo county, subject to tho est of individuals or expression Public frchoolsof nrecklnrldgo county subCourt Clerk, of Hreckenrldgo county, sub10 home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey K. Ditto ject to tlm action of tbe ltcpubllcun party In nctlon of the Democratic party, l'rltnnry ject to the action of tho Democrntlc party In Peanut Butter of individual views per line election Augusts, JBI3. Prlmnry election August -- . Prlmnry Election Augusts, 1813. Friday. Meade Messenger. Wo are nuthorled to announce Pimento Cheese, Mrs. Henry Wendelken and daughWe nro authorized to nnnounco Tin: Hon. 11. 11. snvnns. II. A. ATEE. Mrs. Frank White and little son, ter, of Cloverport, ns ft candidate for Hepresun-tutW- o Olive Oil, Olives of llreckenridgc county, subect to of Stephensport, us a candldnto for spent Thursday in Louisville. of Public Schools of nrcckeiirldgo the actlun of the Democratic I'arty, Primary county, subject to tlio nctlon of tho Demo- Cheese, Crackers, Cakes LOCAL BREVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lyddan and chil crntlc pnrty In Prlmnry election August 2nd. 0 aro authorized to nnnounco mmmmmmmmmammmwmm dren," Helen and Robert, of Webster, Cigars and Tobacco JHSSK II. MI I.I.Kit, For Sheriff spent Thursday in Louisville. of fumiilu. ns a candldnto for lteprisentntlvo Three Jersey Cows. Fishing Poles and Tackle to of Ilretjkenrldgo county, subject to tho nct- Mrs. Raymond Moorman and little Wo aro authorized to announce ,mrty' ',r,wary c,'c- W. Ruther Pate spent Sunday visiting in daughter, Mollie Ditto, of Louisville, x J. Make the Day Complete. Two with calves, the of Stcplionsport, as a cnnclldntc for ?lierllT Cannclion. spent tho week end in Brandenburg. of Hreckenrldgo county sublect to tho nctlon Wo are nuthorlzcd to nnnounco of tho Democratic pnrty. primary olectlon. Fred Adams went to Louisville last other a four gallon MOOItMAN DITTO, Mr. and Mrs. David Duncan and two Augusts, 1013. of Olen Denn, nsn cnndldute for Uepresen-tatlv- o C. Noite & Bro. Thursday. children, David Iienry nnd Louise, of of IJreckonrldKo county, subject to tho Wo nre authorized to nnnounco cow and bred. nctlon of tho Democratic party In Primary Father Henry was in Louisville last Brandenburg, arrived Saturday night S. T. SMITH. Election August::. Cloverport, Ky. to visit Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Duncbn. iglhursday. of Glen Denn. as a candidate for fchorllT of Respectfully, y ' Mrs. Pntirtnev Rnhhntre lias returned For Circuit Judge Jlrnckenrldgo county subject to tho action of Mr. ana Mrs. V. Hicks have taken twfc party, prlmnry election Aug, ' rooms in Miss Lillian Slppel's building. Wo are nuthorlned to nnnounco "ion $from borgno. It. LAYMAN, J. ,'vjoe Fitch and son, Jaraes, were in They moved hero from Nortonsville. Wo nre authorized to announce of Kllzabethtown, nsu candldnto for Circuit .ludgo of tho Mnth Judicial District, subject Richard Bullock, foreman at the Louisville Monday. T. J. HOOK. Ky. to the action of tho Denu crntlc party in the of Uardinsburg. ns a cundldnto for Sherlir ,r&"Ira D. Behen and son, David, spent Phelps button factory, has been visiting Primary election August 2. of Hreckenrldgo county subject to tho nctlon of tho Democrntlc party, Primary election friends and relatives at Leavenworth, jfeTKursday in Louisville. UU3, , JU1J, For Commonwealth's Attorney OF Ind. Frank Payne returned home Wo are authorized to announce Wo aro authorized 10 nnnounco Mrs. W. B. PerkinsMelightfully enNOTICE. PINLEY MILLER. JUDGE HEN11V DEIIAVKN .MOOllMAN EXCLUSIVE DESIGN So! Hardinsburg, us n candldato for Sheriff of of Uardinsburg. ns candldnto for Common, Randoll Weatherholt was the guest tertained the Woman's Missionary ciety of ths Baptist church Monday recklnrldgo county subject to the action of wealth's Attorney In tho Dth Judicial District of friends in Hawesville Sunday. Notice is hereby given to all persons subject to tho action of tho Democrntlc party tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug. afternoon. living within the incorporate limits of Primary election Aug. 2. 101X Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pierce, of Lin- Mrs. Chas. K. Minary and sons, Wilthe City of Cloverport, Ky., to clean up ftda Vista, Ind., arrived yesterday. For County Judge. For Jailor liam and John, of Benton Harbor, 'VT'Or nro cordially invited B. J. Walker, of Marion, Ky., visited Mich., arrived Saturday night to visit their premises by cutting weeds, cleanWo are nuthorled to announce We are authorled to announce to call and sco my reing their vaults, disinfecting same with his son. Brother walker, this week. II. b MATTHEWS, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. ROE HOOK. lime or carbolic acid or both. The of A.xtel. as n candldnto for Count? Judge of freshed stock of Jewelry. I Hardinsburg, us n iIvpay highest market price in cash Miss Tresa Mattingly rtnd brother, Street Committee is earnestly requested of Breckenrldgo county subject to tho action Hreckenrldgo county,candidate or Jailor of subject of tho Democratic party. Primary olctlon of the Democrats In Prlmnry to tlio action pr country proauce. juiian oruwn. have a new assortment from Election, Aug. 2. Bernard, of near Kirk, were the guests to have the weeds cut on all the streets August 2. 1013. g'Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Murray have re- of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Puraphrey and in the city, open all ditches and notify Wo uro authorized to announce the simplest to the most exWe nre authorized to announce turned homo from Williamson, W. Va. family Saturday and Sunday. J. M. MULLEN, all persons to remove their lumber, G. W. MILLER, pensive pieces. of Oloveport, us n candldnto , of Kirk Mrs. William Hall, of Webster, has old wagons Juagoof Itrcckonrldi'osiiblpi't to for County enrldgo us a candldato for Jailor of HreckMr. and Mrs. Roy Hevser, Mr. and rock, saw logs, tin. ,i,.h,,., countv subject to the the ofllio Democrntlc party, primary election Domocrnts in Prlmnry Electionucllini of 2nd. Wone'to Dawson Springs for her health. Mrs. Joe Briscoe, of Cincinnati, left buggies, etc , in fact every thing that August August. wThree burner Standard Oil oil stoves Sunday in Mr. Briscoe's automobile for obstructs the prominent .streets of Wo uro Authorized to announce Wo are authorized to nnnounco TICK HENDRICK. JAS. M. WITHERS, f tfcpst at Julian Brown's through June. a ten days trip to Buffalo and Niagara Cloverport. Persons refusing to com ply with this noMce .within Ten Days Of Kirk, ns a cundldnto for Countv Judeo. of as a candidate for Jailor of Hreckenrldgo Rings V JJr. Allen BolDng, ot Louisville, was Falls. . nct'ion county hubject to the action of the DemocraV. G. Babbage is in the race for from this date will have to answer'be - AlrTi7o0Mr.l:.iVto-- ",l,Jt,,t:l; to tlioelection tic puny at tbe August Primary. est ot Mr. una Mrs. uenry soi- Primary County Attorney, but he still finds fore the Police Court of this city for a Aug. 2. Your taste and wants given Wo are authorized to announce Wo uro nuthorlzea to announce notice nnd the Ordilind Mrs. Brooks, of Henderson, time to write deeds, mortgages, con- violation of this J. M. LEWIS, SAM H. DIX, special attention at all times. nance governing the law in such cases. iting their daughter, Mrs. Rob- - tracts, etc., and tukes acknowledgments of Stephonsport, ns a cundldnto for County ot llurdlntbnrr. ns a I'linrililntn .Iiillnr. JOHN A. BARKY, nctlon to same. cuniity, ' """ nctlim of tho Democrntlc suUJOCtPri-10 subject11 to tlm Primaryot the Democrat party ugust III UIU tho p'irty. Mayor. mary 14, 191?. election August 2nd. This is the last month on our shoe Cloverport, June Sale Richardson's Wo are authorized to nnnounco Wo nro authorized to nnnounco I $4. Will sell for $1.23. News sale. You are missing the opportunity CALVIN HENDRICK. .In., Short Horn Bull. DE. It. T. DEMPSTElt. of your 'life to get good shoes at wholeof Glen Denn, ns a candlcLito for County of New Rethol. us n candldnto for Jailor, JEWELER sale cost. Julian Brown, the one price I have taken out license on my Short Judge of Hreckenrldgo county, subject to subject to the action of thf- Democratic PriIDr. Raymond Meador.of Custer, -; tho nctlon of tho Democrntlc pnrty Primary mary Election August 2. 1913. cash store. k n Horn Bull known as Red Ben. Will election, August. 2nd. ry ill- - and is not expected to re- Word has been received from S, J. stand him at my farm near Cloverport. For Assessor Wo aro authorized to announce Brown, who was popular in the confec- I also have a fine Duroc Boar will stand MIKE MILLER, , Muckenfuss, of Uardinsburg, Wo ure authorized to announce tionary business here, that he is having at the same place. Julian Brown. of Hiirdlnsburg. as u cMidldato for County HENRY CASHMAN Lgone to Owensboro to visit his c .ludgo of Hreckenrldgo county subject to tho quite a success with his picture show at action of tho Democratic party. Primary of Raymond, as a candldato for Assesor of Hreckenrldgo county, subject lo theuctlon election August 2. Barboursville. For Weakness and Loss of Appetite of tho Democratic party In Primary Election illkce Kingsbury, Jr , of Amite Augusts. My Deputies: Eorret Jennings, Mrs. D. C. Moorman and daughters, The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, For County Attorney Cloveruort; Joel hruner. Custer; Taylor j" is visiting Mrj. -- Thomas La., GROVE'STASTELESSchillTONIC.drivesout Misses Betsy and Mildred Moorman, Tate, Harulnsburg; James C. Muttlugly, Malaria and builds up the system. A true tunic Notk- - Advertisers pleaso notlf tho editor Iheyi Wo nro authorised to announce returned to their home in Glen Dean and jure Appetizer. For adults and children. COc. when you want advertisement illIscontinued. ring in your country produce and Thursday after a visit to Mrs. David R. V. G. RAnHAGK, We are authorized to announce For Sale Binder of Cloverport, ns a candldnto for County Attnge it for shoes at first cost. W. A. DOWNS, Murray in Indianapolis. COR SALE Ono second-hantorney of llreckenrldgu county, subject to Chatnnlou binder, cheat). J. C Dellavon, liar. the action of tho Democrntlc pnrty, Prlmnry of Kirk, us ucindldato for As.essorof Hreckan Brown. ' Miss Margaret Carter, who has been SIGN AN AGREEMENT enrldgo county, sublect to tlio nctlon of tho dlnsburg, Ky. election August 2nd Democrat, c party, Primary election Aug. s. Ues'Rfebecca Ditto, of Decatur, 111., visiting her sister at Sacred Heart Wo aro authorized to announce Wanted 100 Ladies. L(Ouisville visiting her aunt, Mrs. Academy in Louisville, is now visiting JDDOE H. O. MURRAY, hundred ladles lo nhiko WANTED-Ot- iu Wu arq authorized to announce VFairleigh. Siultary Supporters; $15 per hundred; her aunts,- Misses Julia and Margaret To Assure A Fair And Square of Hardinsburg, ns n candldato for County ANDREW D. SQDIRE9 material furnished No canvassing; easy Attorney, subject to tho uctlon of tho Demoof Harned. us u candldato for Assessor of made. Mrs. J. H.Culuerv. Hardinsburg. Ky. iJTula Babbage leaves this week Greenwood at Irvington. Race In The Nicholas Primary. cratic party at the August Prinviry. Hreckenrldgo comity hublect to the action of Miss suisville to be the guest cf Miss Ida White returned Fiiday from the Democratic party, primary election Aug. For Sale Lumber. For County Court Clerk 2nd. jfkcGuffin. Memphis after spending seven months COR SALE Lumber. Can furnish a man unv bill ho mtiv want. Chus. Tubellni?. Carlisle, Ky , June 12. That they and Mrs. William Bowmer, of with her niece, Mrs. Edwin Bell. Mrs. We aro authorized to announce Wo aro authorized to announce Tur Fork, Ky. will use no liquor or money to buy or ?MIe, left last week for New York Bell accompanied her home to visit JOHN E. MONARCH, W. KENNEDY, JOHN influence votes in their favor and not of Kirk, as n candidate for County Court of Hurced, as a candidate for Assessor ot Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fisher. Lfkntic City. Clerk of Breckeurldgo county, subject to tho nrecklnrldve county subject to tho action of permit it to be done by others for them action of the Democratic party In Primary tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug Miss Nell Moorman, of Glon Dean, "The Street Called jBook, with their knowledge and consent; that Election August 2. i"nlini!n return rn Th Hraclr- - has returned home from Chicago Uni- they will report all violations of this RESIDENT jNtws office. versity. She was met in Louisville agreement promptly and retire from on the evening of the primary subscribe county in the interest of a clean pri- jCjwdaman has received the ap- - Saturday by her father and Misses the race whenever they are guilty of PHONE No. 2R to an oath that they have not during rnary. Cloverport, Ky. carry the mail on Vanzant Louise and Emmy Lou Moorman. any violation of same; that they will the campaign or election violated the OQlce Opposite Qlbson's Droit Store Mr. and Mrs. James Younger and No. 1. agreement, and upon failure to sub daughter, Endora Younger, and Mrs. William Downs Dead. o'clock tomorrow afternoon scrlba to such oath agree to forfeit the Lucy Younger, of Louisville, were Reading Club will meet nomination of their party for olllce if William Downs, one of the best guests of Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan and MFred Berry. ..Permanent.. nominated is the substance of an known men in the county, died suddenMiss Minnie Hoyle at West Point apoplexy at his home, near Kirk, el Wtoe antl Clinton Wroe, agreement that has been tilgned by ly ofSaturday morning. Thursday. He was In aplast several of the candidates for nominaparently good health, and had been Before planning your summer vacations for county ollices in Nicholas making a canvass of the county as a tion write J. C. Crutcher, Webster, Kentucky Ky., for literature regarding his tours ilB5S51SSlB to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Canada, StsSSkahJiSejB Washington City, Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Contractor and Builder. Miss Lizzie Skillman gave an all day dinner party Thursday in honor of her Clovorport, Ky. Cumberland t'honoSS-niece, Miss Elizabeth Skillman. who KstiuiaU's furnished for all kinds of returned Friday to Morganfield. The work, Write or phone inc at Cloverport ,' guests were; Misses Eloisa Nolte, Leonora McGavock, Mildred Babbage candidate for Assessor iu the Demoand Miss Skillman. cratic Primary. His death was a treat shock to the community and nil of his The Rev. Mr. Jarboe, of Stephens friends. port, preached a good sermon at the Presenting tho Strongest, Strangest and Most Sensational Methonlst church here Sunday on ac Filed Their Petitions. Play ever written S0UNB TEETH count of tha illness of the pastor. Rev. The following Democratic candidates Mr. Thompson, the presiding elder. wo matter what your age have filed their petitions for the Au tr( ust Primary with County Clerk M, II. ive a competent Dentist preached Sunday night and held QuarHeard: As a matter of terly' Conference Monday. Brother tbeui. Jesse H. Miller For Representative 1 as looks, Jarboe was the guett of Mr. and Mrs. County Judge J, M. Mullen v. John D, Babbage and Dr. Thompson Uregory County court Clerk WUHWTANT William M, pitto Representative was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. County Judge Dr. U. T. Dempeter tins, regular teeth to pro- - Oelte. Special add&d Attraction Dayton, Ohio, Flood Mike Willw ate tke fooU Call ami High-clas- s Vaudeville between acts. Pictures. V, (J. BbbK County Attorney fttiou and estimate of Ah Exttndtd Trip. Takt " " u. c. Murray will give yoq perfect Justice Peace, Clqverfwt Magisterial Mni, May awl daughter, Himm ICva District- - J. K. UtrkiH. and BHsabeth May, left Monday night MUCH,' Dt Mitt BKr'L'HrJCAK CANDIDA'' Ky. for 8ctt, Oliia,, to visit Mrs. J. Scott Ky. A. T. Swrd bbertff Vanot. They will also visit relative County Court CVerk J, M Akare KlaclMto' Law mtkm W. T. in other UU la tb Weet and South. Keurceentative ....$ Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Gibson, of Lodiburjr, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. for County Judge W. II. Gibson last week, Wo uru ituthorlred to announce DAVIS DOWr.t.L. Prof. Rufus McCoy and Mr. Koy of ilardlnslmrp, ns 11 candidate McCoy have gone to Bowling Green to JudRo of )lrorkpnrili;u county. for County subject to Urn HCtlon of tlio Hcpubllcnn 1'urty, primary attend the State Normal. election AuruhiS. Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and daughter, Tor Sheriff Jane, went to Uardinsburg Monday to Wo urn nutliorlred to nnnounco visit Mrs. Herbert Beard. AKTHUIl T. IIRARI), Mrs. Proctor Henwood hns arrived of Harrilnsbunr, ns a cundldnto for Slit rllT of from the North to visit her parents, Hreckenrldgo county subject to lio notion of tin Itepulillciin part), primary election Mr. and Mrs. Iienry Tate. Auk. Tico Hendrick, candidate for jailor, Tor County Court Clerk accompanied by his wife, were here We tiro nutliorlred to nnnounco Saturday visiting relatives. m ANNOUNCEMENTS For Outings and Picnics For The Stale Senate Wo nro JKSSR WIIITWOItTII, of HurdlnMmrjr, ns a candidate for the Statu nctlon of the Democratic party. Senate, subject to tho action of tlm Demo- mary election August '. authorized to nnnounco Wo lmve tho canned gooda that inner nirtn glad all P,f court Clerk, of ltreckcnrldge county subject day. to tho Wtttro nutliorlred to nnnounco VIC. KOHKHTSON. Olen Dean, as ft candldnto for County Pri- will make tlio cratic party, Primary election Angina:., Wo nro authorized to nnnounco . I). C. GHAY, of OarfloM. ns Wc nro authorized nnnounco W. T. OIIEOOIIY, Jr. f Corned Beef Veal and Chicken Loaf Luncheon and Vienna Sausage Deviled Ham, Salmon, Sardines, Shrimp 11 FOR SALE! Suporln-sendo- nt J K!l3frallc J. P. M. BEARD, Hardinsburg, JtWtLtKT IW'-Mr- s. 11 1 1 cross-ties- Engagement and Wedding " , 'r ball-bearin- g T.C. LEWIS ;- iiuiuiiisuuiy, ny. I Wa. r t s. d 111 Ax-t- ol. -- - Dr. Jesse Baucum Dentist Dentist r Dr.W.B.TAYLOR The Big Irvington, ' FIRE SALE is still Going on "Sunny South'5 Floating Theater COMING! The Hidden Hand" June 26, Henry G. Yeager Y at t. Shellman's HinjiiskHi r. Thursday, 1913 -- V.. J Iiry THE 1 BftfiCKFNRiDGEr ' Cr jr rs L if Going J 1 Some A Romance of Strenuous Affection By REX BEACH SuKRested by tha Plar by Rex beach and Paul Armstrong Illustrated by Edgar Bert Smith Oopjrlgnt. lull). tr liarpcr A liroibcrs o CHAPTER XIV. raneni xmt cako will muko a bum of you!" "Oh hi" gasped tho author of tho delicacy. "Stop beforo It Is too late!" Glas3 held his hungry employer at n striving to mnko known by a wink tho necessity of his act. "Thero is absolutely nothing in my cako to lnjuro hny one,1' Helen objected loyally, with lifted chin; whereupon tho corpulent trainer turned to her nnd said: "Cako would crab nny athlete. Cako and gals is the limit." "Really! I had no idea I was the least bit dangerous." Miss Blake, turning to her host,' smiled frigidly. "I'm bo sorry I intruded." "Now don't say that!" Speed strove to detain her. "Pleaso don't bo offended I Just have to train!" "Of course. And will you pardon me for Interrupting your routine? You sec, I had no idea I wasn't wanted." "But you are, and I do want you! tne nonor or thlB dis-tnnc- c, . that tho possibility of from tho Flying Heart was cut off, the young man felt agonizing regret that he had not yielded to his trainer's earlier Importunities and taken refugo in flight J .1 whllo thero was yet time. Everything was too lntenow. Kven If he made a clean breast of the wholo affair to Jean, or to her brother when ho arrived, what good would that do? Do doubted Jack's ability to savo him, In the light of what had just passed; for men Hko Wllllo cared nothing for the orders of tho person whoso pay roll they chanced to grace. And "SVlllIo was not alone, either; the rest of tho crew wore equally desperate. What heed would theso nomads pay to Jack Chapln's commands, onco they learned tho truth? There were still, however, two days of grace, and to youth two days is an eternity. Therefore, ho closed his eyes and trusted to tho unexpected. How tho unexpected could get past that grim, watchful sentry just outside the door he could not Imagine, but when tho breakfast-bel- l reminded him of his hunger, he banished his feara for tho sako of the ediblea his custodians had OW I" "Good-by!- " She nodded pleasantly "S V Berved. t "Don't you want anything to eat?" he Inquired, when Larry made no move to depart for the cookhouse. "No." "Not hungry, eh?" "I'm hungry enough, to cat a plush cushion, but " "What?" "Mary!" "Mariedotta?" "Sure. She's boon chasin' me again. If somebody don't side track that Cuban, I'll have to lick Carara." He sighed. "I told you we'd ought to tin can It out of here. Now it's too late." It was perhaps a later that Helen lilake came tripping Into tho gymnasium, radiant, sparkling, her crisp white dress touched hore and thoro with blue that matchod her eyes, In hor hands a sunshade, a novel, and a my.storious little bundle. "Wo woro so sorry to loso you nt breakfast," sho began. Wally led her to tho and seated himself beside her. "I supposo it is a part of this horrid training. I would never have mentioned that foot race If I had dreamed It would be like this." Here at least was a soul that sympathized. "The only hardship Is not to Bee you," he declared softly. Miss Blake dropped her eyes. "I thought you might like to go walk ing; It's a gorgeous morning. You see, I've brought a book to read to you whiio you rest you must bo tired aft er your run." "I am, and I will. ThlB Is awfully good of you, Miss Blake." Speed rose, overwhelmed with joy, but tho look of Glass was not to bo passed up. "I I'm afraid it's impossible, however." The blue oyes flew open In astonishment. "Why?" the girl questioned. -- xney won't let me. I I'm sup posed to keep to myself." "They? Who?" "Glass." Mlaa Blake turned indignantly upon Larry. "Do you mean to say Mr. Speed can't go walking with mo?" "I never said nothing of the sort," declared tho trainer. "Ho can go if ho wants to." "Just tho samo, I oughtn't to do It. Thero Is a strict routine " A lift of tho brows and a courteous emllo proclaimed Miss Blake's perfect Indifference to tho subject, just as Willie sauntered past the open window and spoko to Glass beneath his breath: "Git her out!" "I'm so sorry. May 1 show you a surprise I brought for you?" Sho unwrapped her parcel, and proudly displayed a pallid, anaemic cak garlanded with wild flowers. Speed was honestly overcome. "For mo?" "For you. It Isn't even cold yet, see! I mado It beforo breakfast, and it looks even better than the one I baked at school!" "That's what I call fine," declared tho youth, "By Jove! and I'm so fo'rfd of cake!" "Have a care!" breathed Larry, rising nervously, but Speed paid no attention. "Break It with your own hands, please. Besides, it' too' bat to cut." Miss Blake broke It witk W own hand, during wulek opmttou the b'rown face of the ma eta(d retina peared la tho window. At sight of tha cke ho spoke sharply, and Lawrence floor and lumbered swiftly serosa t laid a heavy band upon the oaks. "Mr, Speed!" he crle4 waffUodx "Here, take yor foot half-hou- r cosey-corner, -- S "That shore listens like a band from where I set. We aim to annex tho don't "It's perfectly delicious!" came tho then paused abruptly. "Sny,to him on wages, hopes, and personal ambitions think nothin' could happen of y'all, along with your choking answer. the way over from the depot?" "Then get back of them curtains. "I'm so sorry we didn't know In "Excuse mo." K'llllo pushed his way Willie 'd shoot on,;sIght" to meet him, lamented Miss forward. "How's she gettln' along?" And that morning the prisoner idled time Chapin. "Fine!" about tho premises, followed at a dis"And I could have run over to tho "You ain't broke tance by his guard. Ho could not bear to read tho future; anything seemed railroad to bid him welcome," laughed her?" "No; wo plays her every evenin'." possible. Tlmo and again he cursed Speed. "Twenty miles would do me The little man shifted his feet; then that spirit of braggadocio, that good." Still Bill and Willie approached the allowed himself to inquire, as if rethoughtless lack of moral scruple, which had led him into this predica- gallery curiously, and in subdued tones garding tho habits of some dear departed friend: ment. Ho vowed that ho was dono inquired: "What's the matter, Mr. Speed?" "Have you chose any favorite with false pretenses; henceforth tho "You ain't been summoned away?" strictest probity should be his. No "We all has our pick. Speakln permore falso poses. Praise won by dis- Willie stared questioningly upward. sonal, I'm stuck on that baggage coach simulation and decflt was empty, any.ong of Mrs.TMore's." fj how, and did ho escape this once, jj Willie corrected. heneceforth the world should know J. Heleney is tho lady's name." Wallingford Speed for what he was "Mebbe so. Our like, an average Individual, with no uncom that Injun best of all." Camon gifts of mind or body, courage or rara smiled at Cloudy, who nodded, ability. as If pleased by the compliment. At noon Wally went through tho Then it was that the Flying Heart mockery of a cocond blood-rarmeal, spokesman made an Inquiry in hushed, with no cake to follow, and that afterhesitating tones. noon Glass dragged him out under the "How do you Hko "The Holy City?" hot sun, and made him sprint until he Iie removed his hat, as did those was ready to drop from exhaustion back of him. "As sung by Madam-o-sellHis suppor was wretched, and his faMelby?" tigue so great that he fell asleep at "Rotton!" Gallagher said promptly. Miss Blake's side during tho evening. "That's a bum, for fair." With the first hint of dawn ho was up During one breathless instant tho again, and Friday noon found him utwizened man stood as If disbelieving terly hopeless, when, true to his prehis- ears, the enormity of the Insult diction, the unexpected happened. In robbing him of speech and motion. one moment he was raised from tho Then he uttered a snarl, and Stover IMMMMHWHHMMMIHMMMHiHM was barely In time to intercept the backward fling of his groping hand. "No voylence, Willie! There's la"Would Y'all Like to Lay a Little Mo' dles present." on This Race?" Stover's captive ground his teeth "No, no! My running partner is on and struggled briefly, then turned and made for the open prairie without a his way here, that's all." word. "Running pardner?" "It's his first love," said Stover, sim"Culver Covington." "Oh, we was afraid something had ply. Tho other foreman exploded into happened. You see, Gabby Gallagher hoarso laughter, saying: "I didn't reckon I was treadin' on has Just blowed in from tho Centipede to raise our bets." the toes of no bereafed relatlf's, but "Wo think it's a bluff, and we'd Hko them church tunes ain't my style. to call him." However, we're wastin' time, gents. Nothin' "Do so, by all means!" cried the Where's that excited athlete. "Como on, let's all but money talks loud enough for me to , hear. white folks!" Gallatalk to him!" Tho entire party, with tho exception gher saluted Miss Chapin and her of Mrs. Keap, trooped down from tho friends with a flourish, and moved porch and followed the foreman out away in company with the cowboys. "I never," said Glass, "seen so many toward the sheds, where, in the midst of a crowd of ranchhands, a burly, tough guys outsldo of a street-ca- r Btrike." Willie's Hypnotic Eye Traveled Slowly Texan was discoursing. 'Gallagher has been In prison," Jean to Speed. "I do wish Jack were here," said Informed him. "He's a wonderful Jean nervously, on the way. blackest deaths to tha wlilut. trans- Gabby Gallagher seemed a fitting shot." "I knew It!" leader for such a desperate crew as Speed spoko up brightly: "Well, that of the Centipede, for he was tho hardest-lookincitizen tho easterners let's go back to the house and wait had beheld thus far. He was thickset, for Covington." "But you wero getting ready to go and burned to the color of a ripe olive; his long, drooping mustaches, tobacco-Btalne-d running," said Helen. "No more running for me! I'm In at the center, wero bleached at tho extremities to a hempen hue. good enough shape, eh, Larry?" "Great! Barring the on,o thing." His bristly hair was cut short, and "What's that?" queried Fresno. stood aggressively erect upon a bullet No doubt you are, if "A little troublo with one of his head, his clothes wero soiled and you suffer from any of the greasy beneath a gray coating of dust. that's all. But oven if numerous ailments to A pair of alert, oyes and a It got worse during the night, Coving-towhich an women are subject. Headache, backcould run the raco for him." certain facility of movement belied tho ache, sideache, nervousThe Californian started. At last all drawl that marked his nativity. Ho ness, weak, tired feeling, removed his hat and bowed at sight was plain. He had doubted from the are some of the sympfirst, now he wub certain; but with unof Miss Chapin. toms, and you must rid "Good ovenln'. Miss Jean!" said he derstanding came also a menaco to yourself of uicm in order his own careful plans. If Covington "I hope I find y'all well." to feel well. Thousands "Quito well. Gallagher. And you?" ran in Speed's place, how could he efof women, who have fect his rival's exposure? On tho way been benefited by this "Tol'ablo, thank you." remedy, urge you to "Theso are my friends from tho back to the house he had to think pretty rapidly. east." TAKE Mrs. Keap was pacing tho porch as The Centipede foreman ran his oyes coldly over Jean's companions until tho others camo up, and called Speed they rested upon Speed, whore thoy aside; then, when they were alone, remained. Ho shifted a lump in his broke out, with blazing eyes: "You said you had stopped him!'1 cheek, spat dexterously, and directed "And I thought I had. I did" my his remark at the Yalo man. "I rode over to seo If y'all would like best." to lay a little mo' in this y'cre foot "But bo's coming! He'll be here The Woman's Tonic any minute!" race. I allow you are tho unknown?" Speed nodded, and Stover took oc"I suppose he learned you were Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, casion to ramark: here." Wally laughed. ofClifton Mills, Ky., says: "Then you must have told him." "Them's our Inclinations, but we've "Before taking Cardui, about gone our limit." "No, f didn't."' I was, at times, so weak I , "I don't blame you none," said Gal ''Mr. Speed" Roberta's cheeks were could hardly wsifc, and lagher, allowing his gazo to rove slow palUd aUd her yolee trebhjd "you" the pain in tny back and ly from top to toe of the eastern gpM't send that telegram-. at all." "No, I caln't blame you none wiu head nearly killed me. h,, but I did." ou wanted him to aet here la After takisR three .botttes uut rm terrible grieved atj la's. Though we Cent! efto rua la your ple.' I see It of Cardui, the pain disnow. You arranged it very, elever-y- , has ever cons! appeared. Now! you but you will pay the penalty." wellasleverdid. Every "You surely won't tell Helenr ow," He aufertag woman should "This minute I You wretched, dead regarded ceitful Mil" talkln'-mn-chlne." mule-skinner- you are! Sho got up early to do some"'Rah! 'Rah! 'Rail! Covington!" thing nico for me, and you insulted bellowed tho trainer, and Mrs. Keap her! You wouldn't even let mo sit sank to a seat with n stifled moan. and hold her hand!" "Why nil the 'Oh joy! Oh rapture I " Speed turned to "No stuff?" questioned Berkeley Fresno. behold his trainer ravenously devour"As ing tho cake, and dashed to its rescue. would Socrates, tho Hemlock Kid, put It, 'Snatched from the "It's heavier than a frog full of shadow of tho grave,"' quoth Glass, You won't like It, Cul." buckshot. you palm-readin'.- at tho door, and left her lover staring after her. Wally rerend tho message. "It says what they can't cover," offered Speed. When she had gone, he cried, in a 'noon Friday. Why, that's today! He's "That's right! Clean 'em good, trembling voice: "You're a fine yap, here now!" brothers," croaked the trainer. "If you'll step over to tlio Gabby, we'll dig up some perquisites and family heirlooms." Stover nodded toward his men's quarters, and Gallagher grinned bunk-housper-bono, al "You , But Miss Chapin protested. are two months overdrawn, all of you. mus. "I told you 'Allah' was some guy," My brother won't advance you any he wheezed. "When does Covington moro." arrive?" 'Then my man, Lawrence, will take ports of delight. It came In the shape of a telegram whlqh Jean summoned him to tho houso to receive. Ho wondered listlessly as ho opened tho message, then started as if disbcllovlng his eyes; tho marks of a wild emotion spread over his features, ho burst Into shrill, hysterical laughter. "Do tell usl" begged Roberta. "Covington Covington Is coining!" Wally felt his head whirl, and failed to noto tho chapcron'p cry of surprise and sec the paling of her checks. "Covington is coming! Don't you " ho shouted. After all, the gods were not deaf! Good old Culver, who had nover failed him, was coming as a deliverer. Even In the face of his extraordinary outburst tho nttcntlon of the beholders was drawn to Lawrence Glass, who caused the porch to shake his feet; who galloped to his mpIoynr nnd seizing him by tho hands, capered about like a hippopotau'ndcr-rtnnd?be-nen- superstition." "Don't let a Centipede bluff you!" exclaimed .Speed. "Cover anything they offer give 'cm odds. Anything you don't want, I'll take, pay or play, money at the tape. We can't loso." "I got no moro money," said Carara, removing his handsomo bespangled hat, ."but I bot my sombrero. 'E's wort' two hondred pesos." Murphy, Swede, tho followed quickly. "Ayo ban' nond may vages homo to may olo' moder, but ayo skall bat you Borne." - "Hnvcn't you boys risked enough already?" ventured Miss Chapin. "Remember, It will go pretty hard with tho losers." "Harder tho better," came a voice. "Y'all don't have to bet, Jest because I'm h'yar," gibed Gallagher. "God! 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OMust uwior (of mm Mm PaieuU takvu tbruuvb Mu tmnmmanni r. poverty-ruupmiippppBSj- v Ntttet. Tbu ona, tncauK you. SckMtfic , fm Any JlMMfe0' ntfttyra. tr vnjjjuc H'ja K haadaoiMtr Illustrate wnM U gCMUS Jl oVw, e v n-t- WaiM C c quired to ha nominated on tho first Saturday in August ench year preceding the regular election, at tho of the state, and no mensuro was over passed that will moro effectually put the polltlonl boss out ot business nnd go further towards securing clean, fair elections. "Educationnl bills thnt will help to stnmp out illiteracy In Kentucky wcr enacted, nnd I will always remember with pleasuro my assistance nnd corporation with tho members ot tho last general assembly, whoso usefulness nnd whoso real benefit to tho state havo never been exceeded in my day by tho members of any legislature. Corporation Assessments. "Equally important with tho fulfill' mont of platform pledges Is n fair and Just increase of tho taxable value ot corporations. I with tho board ot assessment nnd valuation, nnd tho members of this board, after careful, capable nnd thorough examination, fixed the franchise vnlua of railroads and other corporations. Tho railroads arc now resisting tho fair and Just assessment made by th" board, but I bcllovo tho board will bo sustained and upheld by the courts nnd tho burden of tnxntion will bo put Jointly on corporations nnd on individuals, nnd in reasonable time will pay tho state's indebtedness, and, I hope, Justify a reduction of stato taxes. "Tho last legislature authorized tho appointment of a commission on revenue and nxation. That commission has been appointed and Is doing good work nnd will make an important and beneficial report at the end of tho present year, which report will be laid oy me before tho legislature. "The stato constitutional amendment on the subject of taxation, which many persons advocated, has beon submitted to, and will bo voted upon by the people at the next regular election, if adopted it will enable tho members of our general assembly to Impose a greater tax on corporations. Republican - GOVERNOR JAM :.S B. M'CREARY PA PER BAG CITY PROPERT- Y- HIGH ST. HOME 0 : ANNUUNUES UANUIUAUT rUK SENATOR COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. .DINNER PARTY MENUS. By Martha McCulloch Williams. So many letters havo asked fot i UNITED STATES "To the Dcmoornta cf Kentucky: "I did not oxpcct to be a Candidate aalR for office, and havo so Etated, t,fet hundreds of Democrats have, by latter and In person, stated to mo vthat my obligations to the people and the interests of the Democratic party, rvjiii.ii untu uuiuiiftuu nil ki vattilnt a tint'n lt1srt rrit 41 mj Urn require that I should bo a candidate for United StatcB senator; and when the 'Statements of my friends are added to my dcslro to bo of service to Kentucky nnd to tho United (States, I linvo decided to become a e&ndidato for tho Democratic nomination for United Stntcs senator at the primary election to be held In August, 1914, and, if nominated, submit my candfdacy to the peoplo ot Kentucky at tho November election, T 1 whole life ns a faithful, working DemMy Republican opponents, ocrat. when I was a candldnto for governor, examined my record as legislator, congressman and governor, with cIobg and caroful scrutiny, nnd found no blemish." "For my achievements as a Democrat I could point to ns many Important bllln which I Introduced and 1914. "I delayed tho announcement of my candidacy because I believed tho amendmont to tho constltu-tftof tho United States would bo ratified and mado a part of the constitution, and United States senators would bo elected by direct vote ot tho people. "This amendment to the constitution, for which I voted three times whllo a member of congress, is very important to me, because tho primary election will not occur until August, 1914, and tho election of United States senator will not occur until November, 1914, only a few months before my term as governor expires; and, if nominated and elected sena sev-emc-n- passed In tho legislature of Kentucky and in the congress of tho United Statc3 ns any other member of either body, but I must not make this announcement too lengthy, and I will show this hereufter. If nccessnry. "It Is proper, however, for mo to say that in my canvass for governor I promised, If elected, I would obtain legislation for better educational facilities, better roads, safer banking system with bank Inspectors, lower lnsutancc, adequate forestry laws to protect our forests and oncourago a tuberculosis commission to protect the health of the peoplo, provide for the passage of a local option bill so as to take this important question out of politics, and also restore the geological survey so as to exhibit the soils, minerals, geological formations and attractions of Kentucky; and, In order to fulfill theso promises, I was active In my aid In enacting tho following progressive and necessary legislation: Progressive Legislation. "A safe and competent banking department with a commissioner nnd tree-plantin- menus sultnblo throughout for cooking In papor bags that hero follow sovoral, each suitable for a party din ner. Direction for cooking moro than halt their component parts havo already been printed. BMnSIHfMEgfllfggggflf fflf. ft Uggggggl fBftnl KBP'rJftl 3 " tii. If you feel that you must begin youi party feast with raw oysters, tako 11 them straight from tho way cumbers you, serve tho the oysters In cocktails. If your oysters must bo hot, put them in a papor bag after draining them well, ndd a generous lump of butter for each dozen ot tho oysters, 2 lloors 40x40; fura dusting of pepper and a little snlt. HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building Seal tho bag, which must bo thickly nace, bath, Juundry, basement, natural gnu, hot water and buttored, and cook for six minutes Inall modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents side a very hot oven. for $240 a year. Price $2,750, cash. If you want a nice Hero Is my Ideal papor bag cooked home this is your chance. lTho best placo on earth is tho dinner for six. place you call home. hy not have one that is beautiful Grapefruit nu Rhum and convenient? Olives Warmed in Sherry Salted Pecans REAL ESTATE AS AN INVESTMENT Applo or Spiced Plums Celery Cranberry Sauco There is none bettor. The man who puts his money into real esRaisin Stufllng tate is safe. Ho Roast Turkey can go to bed secure in tho knowledge that the earth Gravy from tho Bag Sharp French Dressing will bo there and that his property is protected by insurance. Put Endivo Salad Sweet Potatoes in Syrup your money in home ground where you can watch your investment. Cauliflower au Gratln Mince Pie Sweet Potato Custard D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. or Fruit and Nuts in Variety home. Wafers, Cheesed or Black Coffee ' Plain with Pimento Chceso IggggggggS V mUM gnw SsmmmmJi half-shel- l. luilf-she- ll i Write ask Jno. this beautiful about rK-VYX- ,. m&&&Y: ,V s i... : v Debts. fro .&&? A ;' 'f MM?t.S.--l K - L. Biy. .vr- w 0V: v.' GOVERNOR JAMES B. M'CREARY. I can serve my full term as gov three Inspectors, maintained at the 3r before I take the ofllce of sen- - expense of tho banks. A department of. public roads, with state commissioner and engineer in Thinks Election Sure. county; the expense to be paid Another very important matter to each of by a tax on automobiles. insldered Is that Democrats "A game and fish commission, icky should nominate a candl- States senator who which Is moro than kfor United "A geological department to do Jusrtalnly bo elected at tho No- tice to our geological formations, ejectlon, 1914. snlls mineral resources. Iron ore, tie last presidential election Is supported to a "Wilson only carried . tho cbaXigtcSrvhtch great exteptf hy nn annual appropriaLKentuplywby ji. majority of fund furtion of $1$000 Br tile comomeu uepuuucan Roosevelt, without nished by the federal government. Tafl ami "A forestry department to preserve ing cue H.uuu votes caBi ior candl- - our forests and restore to forests the llst' and Prohibition districts: and fheiRepubllcans will bo sure burnt-ovefindldato upon whom the. paid for, to a great extent, by cooper-atioof tho Uiiltod States governibtlcans and tho 'Rdo'soyelt can unite, nnd, unless ment with our state government. "A state insurance rating board to atlc candidate can secure Inof tho Democratic party, regulato nnd reduce the rntcs of u uvt surance; tho expenso to bo borne by in win uo eieciea tes senate from Kentucky tho insurance company. "A stato board of tuberculosis com19)4. As I was elected If the state of Kentucky in missioners to look after tho health of 11,000 majority, and also tho peoplo and guard against tho rava Republican majority of ages ot the terrible dlseaso of tuberFI fel that I can state with culosis in all of its forms. "In addition to theso useful commisty that if I am nominated l lected United States senator. sions ordepartmentB, mostly cost to the state, f'cUlm nothing for having helped tho members of wn Kentucky from Republican I and the senate amTTlMuso of representaItnouKh it was the arduous campaign In which I tives in coiilplyIngvwHtotho declaraparticipated and my opponent tions of our stato platfowa by pausing proclaims y uepuDiicuns aB t couuty unit bill. with the members otJ "I vtaeul candidate, I remierea tic service In opposing him, the general assembly in establishing rendered In waay prison refrrms promised by our plataara m for nearly 40 years, and form, wich woro so much needed, of the "proud of the results and thank- - and now the penitentiaries (h Dmocrats of Kentucky tor state are under tho management of Mtt and united support wjtn mon not elected by political influence, L'tbey honored me, tut appointed by to governor, and the people aad the "press speak well lltw &jj Alilvmiftnt of the wardens,. kd of the general . jLwiiuagenwfit at mi, atate prisons. '. noaor ana gttupgri,.v. dupptur Primary' EWtK Law. poiatto QMtty lv m "A dtieot printary election law war de Jpr Ma oalvemm! whidt aU Man i Via mym . mJ h.BT. ...n.l.tr - Alto enacted. "" i'i1- )a M0le at rovd utjF i pojiu to m: N elecud by ti -- r cu-ov- n frly u4r "When I was inaugurated as governor I found Republicans had put a debt on the state amounting to about a million and a quarter dollars, and. as It has been repeatedly published that the appropriations made by the first legislature of the present administration were greater than the appropriations made by tho first legislature of the preceding Republican administration, I requested the auditor to furnish me a statement showing tho expenditures made in the respective years referred to. The appropriations made by the first legislature under the administration, which came into power In liiOS, amounted to the appropriations made by tho first legislature of my administration, In 1S12, as shown by the signed statement of the auditor, amounted to ?j7tJ,244.GS1 which shows that the appropriations made the first year ot my administration did not sum up f as much as the appropriations made by the preceding Republican administration. Meeting Current Expenses. "I am hopeful that, at the end ot the present llscal year, wo will be able to show, leaving out tho Interest on the state debt, accumulated during Republican rule, that the revenues or the state this jear will about pay its indebtedness for tho present fiscal year. Kentucky is in debt, and wo all regret It. Many of our sister states are also in debt far in excess ot Kentucky. Even tho now stato of Oklahoma has a debt at present of over six millions of dollars. I am now and will do all in my power to cut down expenses and inaugurate retrenchment and reform. "In conclusion, I wish to say tho people ot Kentucky havo tried mo and havo known me long enough to Judge of my Democracy and to understand that I believe tho success of the Democratic party In Kentucky is paramount to my success; and while I pledge myself to support, actively, any of my opponents who may be nominated for United States senator, if that should occur, I will, all tho time, uphold and advocate tho last state Democratic platform of Kentucky, and also tho national Democratic platform, adopted by tho 1912 Baltimore convention, and will try to bo conspicuous, if I am elected United States senator, in earnestly assisting our ablo and faithful Demo cratlc president in carrying out tho pledges mado In the national Democratic convention. Will Canvass State. "Tho verdict of tho voters of tho United States in the last presidential election must bo uphold. Tho peopli must rule. Monopolies must bo dethroned. Tho power of special interests must be destroyed. Tho unjust burden of tariff taxes must bo" removed. Tho currency laws must bo and mado moro boneflclnl and suitable for tho peoplo. And all other Just and needed reforms, set forth in tho national Democratic platform, must be compiled with. "As it Is moro than one year beforo tho primary election is held, In which a United States senator will bo nominated, I shall not commence a speaking canvass for soveral months, and will devoto my time to tho dischargo of my official duties as governor. At tho proper time, howqver, I shall speak to tho pooplo in every part of the. state, "I lave had long training In public affairs and know the needs ot Kentucky and the United States. My long exprienc In national legislation will enable me. it elected, to render good and eliieleat servlee as soon as I to dlscbarge the duties ef Unite States senator, and Jb, heart wW be fall of gmtHuae to $1,389,-021.Cone-halro-viscoin-weno- 3; ig Here is a Christmas dinner for hearty appetites: Oysters, Bag, Stowed and Served in Separate Bags Celery Toasted Crackers Quartered Lemons Salted Peanuts Radishes Sharp Pickle Roast Goose, Apple and Onion Stuffing Baked Spanish Onions Baked Irish Potatoes White Turnips Apple Sauce Cucumber Catsup Hot Corn Bread Boiled Dressing Cold Slaw Water Wafers Pimento Sandwiches Pumpkin Pie Banana Pie Pound Cake Caramel Cake Nuts and Raisins Sweet Cider Coffee In large cups Water Wafers Dried Beef Crisped In a Pan Beef thus crisped till it crackles in tho teeth Is wonderfully relished at tho end of a heavy dinner. It gives the saving tang of salt that is so re freshing. A very little a mero mouthful, suffices. Put it thinly in a clean pan, with a tiny dot of butter, set tho pan in tho oven after tho fire is out, but while there is still heat, shut the door and leave till wanted. Tho beef can bo crisped over a low flame, of course, If the oven Is wanted for other use. Make tho wafers also hot and crisp. To make pimento sandwiches, mince half a can of pimentos, rub them well through a cako of the best cream chceso, adding enough French dressing to mako tho mixture spread smooth on tho buttered bread. Few better accompaniments for any sort of salad can bo found. Peel and slice your turnips and put them in a well greased bag 'with a light seasoning of salt, a lump of butter barely dusted with flour, and enough thin stock to half cover them. Seal and cook In a gentle heat fifty minutes to an hour and a quarter, depending on" tho size of tho bag. Empty into hot llsh and If not rich enough add moro buttor, dust with black pepper, and, if approved, add a little vineoptional. gar. Mashlng-JOyster Broth Hot Oyster Sandwiches Colery Brown Bread Radishes Salted Peanuts Tresh Ham, Stuffed and, Roasted Sweet Potatoes cooked In tho Ham-bnCabbage Pudding Baked Apples Baked Onions Baked Potatoes Pruno Whip (entroo) Romalno Salad, Sour Cream Dressing Hot Biscuit GIngor Pudding, Lemon Sauco, Fruit and Nuts Alo Cider Coffco in largo cups s g Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to mako money is to buy land inlkeckcnridgo county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for (good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads nnd tho Ohio river. The peoplo are prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, pdr cent in tho last ten 3ears." 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 numbors that interest you, write your name and addrcss'and wo will koapyou injl touch with our bargains. Wanted Small Farms Wo have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If 3011 have a small farm woll improved, good level . land, list it with us and we will do the'rest. Acres. mile from It vliiKUm.on rural route. GiXMlframu dwelling; o rooms and tenant vurandti: uood barn 305o; house; 137 acres under plow: 10O acres jjrass: 5 acres lit tlmljer; well watered, cistern and ponds. to .0 bushels corn and I'.'OJ pounds tobacco to acre. Good clover laud lays wavy to level location. Ideal and In one of the l'rlco best nelKhhorhoods In the county S 2uO;Vi'iish Terms on balance 't) lli;r,-'- ! IH miles from llardlns-n- u. I INln -woll Improvfrwn rallror.d. n 4) 300 acres 3 miles mile from. schooi- - ed; ouo lof 7theburg, countyInseat: county. 1'rlce 1 Sample; one best farms near the Oi :i .'1.1 No. I. A Fine Home Farm of Olon Nn I j ,75 ilcros 1 "'Hu llmu stone Dean; good, strong soil, watered by wells and springs, on good couuty road, near good school and churches. Now tobacco b.irn cottjl,200, 3 stock barns, houses, line clover and grass food tenant Stl, 100. l'rlco mllo (Mn. 11 1:li acres located 1 fc.'.OiW. north of MoQuady. l'rlco M cast balance In yearly payments. t no. - liouso. ll( 51.000, in MU. O Impro'cd dnellln; slock barn. Grows wheat, tobacco, rorn, clover, aid Krass. 'i miles from Irvlni;lon, on rural route. Tills land Is a little rollliu' hut does not wash, l'rlco rlelit. Jtio. I). IIubhuKc, P'nveriMirt. ICv. A Hcauiltiilly located one mile frm H live town. 100 acres practically ail icvel land, unimproved; good 'cik'Iiik. Ideal spot for dairy farm. 1'rlce reasonable. Write .1 no. II It tbbMte. Cloverport. Ky. Han-? IVs acres located u cock county; U'O near Dukes, plow acres under 7s acres timber; well watered; plenty ot fruit; ll room dwelling; barn JOtOO; 40 aijres level, rest rolling. Hood laud for tahacco. corn, "3 (Jood Stock Farm, li'i acres; well IA Mr 1K 5'1 Acres near Hunts. Dwelling; barn 20x20; log stable. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid with clay; well wittered. 1'rlcu iiO. IJn I Q Wt)i tmuroved; plenty of good l(U. IO 21 Acres.ono mllo from Hurned: l'u rlr nu. lJr t water; 1.750. 2 stok Dims SDiOO and 3'lxli dwelling, and tenant house, Two-stor- y l'rlco t,00 cash, balance 70 wheat and clover 151 It Is a bargain at Jl.bOO, acres; located on Henderson 1 mile east of I.odlburg; t0 in timber; well dwelling; good barn and watered jjlnie-ston- o JlatuK l'rlco S1.M)J. HCrea, good and lovol land, Mr I lUm 11f good barn; all laud cleared, well located; 3 miles from Irvlngton. l'rlco $3.300 Mr 1 250 acres lying In a valley; I'U' O room dwelling and hall; 2 tenant houses, large tobacco u.iru; 2H miles South of Kirk. H mllo from school well watered, t springs near barn ; ou ltural Koute. live-roo- m in x Koute. lU. o pasture, acres In '" & '''arm of 175 acres, 1M miles from Cloverport on Star Koute; 110 acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwelling; two good barns for tobacco and stock. This Is a bargain Write Jno. D. Habbagofor further particulars. 103 acres at floral, vj. West of 1U. xU county. Ky., U miles Hancock dwelling IhKesvIllo. IViprovoments 2 Tenant houses; 1 bare 50x50; storo house on the place, good stand for it storo; good land fortabacco, corn and wheat, l'rlco Jl, 050, 4 cash. CO find l''or 1B0 uuros four mllesjwostof a londeano, Smiles from branch railroad; all fresh laud; 100 acres lu cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; plenty lasting wuter, well at door ot dwell Ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and sldo room, good stable; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tenant houses. I'lenty ot good timber for farm purposoi; good land to clear, l'rlco &.000 H cash. rIn 10 ". s in p,uuu e - MtMMK MM. "JAUB8 B. M'OESARY milk, and if tho quantity is insufficient half its own bulk of good stock. Add a lump of buttor rolled in flour, season with salt and poppor, and mako very ,hot, but do not lot It qulto boll; Stir so tho broth shall not curdlo. Pour into a hot tureen, already furnished with tiny squares of hot toasted stale bread or crisped oyster crackers. For tho sandwiches mako a light, rich biscuit dough, cut It in squaros, bako thorn quickly, split whllo very hot, &ni All aftor buttering with tho oystors which havo been bcardod, chopped well, and mado very hot in a bag with buttor cream, a dash of cherry or lemon juice or elder, seasoned lightly with salt and peppor and cookod for three to Ave minutes. Sorvo as quickly as possible along; with the broth. Finely minced celery mixed with tho oysters improves them. For sour cream dressing beat until very light two yolka ot egg with a pinch of salt, a dust ot pepper and a little paprika. TJk add half a cup cook over hot ot thlek sour water, stirrlagnNV H the time for Sve minutes, Add a heaping of butter,, a' tahloepoonful of lewan' Jvteo and two of vinegar. Cook smooth, stirring hard.; Us oold, y uo Associated Conjrright. Literary rrMM four-Inc- h strain it, add to it its own bulk of rich Drain tho liquor from tho oysters, A FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP! it is a good farm, fertile land, lays woll, slightly rolling, does not wasn; nearly every aero is tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produce crops from two to four weeks earlier than land lying on northern hill side, is in the garden spot of lkeekinridgo county; SECOND- - It lanq, ou all sides sells from !foi to $lh an aero. THIRD It is near tho railroad. FIltST Because- It Grows wheat, corn, tobacco bats, cow peas cheap. clo-IsUU- Kill. VIFTII yorj aU k.nds of russ COl,tftins 300 aqroa and is onoyear, if rightly farmed, nearly half its cost. plentiful and cheap. Write Labor in It will produoo crj0iad table-AfMenf- ul jno. p. babbage: . Cloverport, Ky. M i9, 1 $4.20GHHPrice $4,200 i rv T1f t '. One Way to Get Even with People is to Pay What you Owe I: Irvington Hardware (L Implement Co. Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Surries, Harrows, Planters, Cultivators, Buggy Harness, Corn FARMERS-TA- KE NOTICE Paint, Varnish, Alabastine, Fix-a- ll Wc have a complete line of Deering Binders, Deering and flcCormick Mowers and Rakes. Come and get our prices and terms. Also if your old machines need repairing send in your order at once. Don't wait until you need the goods and then have a phone message and express charges to pay. We can get repairs for any kind of machine sold by International Harvester Co. Careful and prompt attention given all orders 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:-Americ- an Chinaware, Mattings, Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Cook Salt, Lime, Cement Hardware, Building Material, Builders9 Fence, R. B. C. Goods; Mastic Paints; Oliver Plows; Delker Buggies; Owensboro Wagons; Jewel Ranges. A Orders by Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention Complete Line of International Harvester Goods Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Seeds a "a ii I m DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION .V County Board of Education JstI)lv..lJCSSR WHITWOKTH, UardlnsburR 2nd Olv. T. M. HATES, Frco 3rd Ulv. J. H. SKVRKS, Union Star 4th DIv, 8. A. D. DODSON, Ouster 5th Dlv J O UCSLIE, Mook 6th My .1. R.OMTCUEL.OE. Axtel Secretaries of Conducted by Divisions ANDREW DRISKELL County School Superintendent 2nd JOE B. SMAItT, Clovorport 3rd OIIAS. PAYNE, LodlburK 4tti WALLACE BROWN, Ouster 5tti M. M. OUNDIl'T, Westvlow Cth IstCHASTEEN KINISON. Hardlnsburj? Pcnic At Burner's Spring J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINdTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO - AND CYCLONE f l W. HAILEV. Men Dean Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. HouseholdGoods and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. 2 Gordon Payne, of Cloverport, was home Sunday and Monday to see his parents. Mrs. W. H. Young and daughter, of Houston, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Watlington. Mrs. Tilda Moorman and little grandson, of Sturgis, Kv., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKaughan. Mrs. Ida Johnson and children, of Dell, Arte., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Alice Crawford. W. D. Rollins, of Locust Hill, is at i o as well as in town. Our preacher gets S0O a year for working on Sunday, and then for only two hours. No preacher is worth seven dollars per hour. Things aro all dead wrong and nobody seems to care " The habit soon becamo n second nature, and when he got into a place where there was really nothing to kick against, he would go out and kick the dog or some innocent dumb brute, until some neighbor or party passed by. He censured his neighbors because they would not join in his kicking concert, and when any of them did join his procession, he found fault with the style In which they used their heels. In a few years he kicked himself out of Deastrict, out of his church, his club, his secret order, his friendship and his 000 family. Nobody paid any attention to elect- his protests any more, and he finally The Union Star Division No. 3 ed nil the teachers, except the colored quit kicking, for death claimed him. teachers at Irvinyton. The rest of the At the funeral, a former friend of his remarked that, in the histo.y of the divisions not reported deceased, this was the only meeting he 000 attended and failed to kick about someJune 'M and 21st, white examination; thing. June 27 and 28th, colored examination. Never can tell when you'll mash a July 7th County Institute, all teachers who have a school In this county or finger or suffer n cut, bruise,, burn or contemplate taking the examination in scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely July or August, must attend the full on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your ssslon before thev can enter the ex druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. amination. Trustees will please notify anv and all teachers, who hold certificates, of the date 0' the Institute. Hso BEWLEYVILLE said trustees are expected to take part at 10 In the Institute on Wednesday The division boards of education mot in their respective daces, June 7, 1913. Hardinsburg Division No. 1 met in the Superintendent's office and elected the following toachors for the respective schools, and adjourned to meet in call sessiou on June 28th to fill those places not filled on account of the absence of the trustee or any recommendation: Miss Ida B. Marr, Hendricks, D. 1 Sub. 2; Miss Maud Smith, Oakland, D. l.Sub. 3; Coleman Payne, Prin , Harned, D. l.Sub. 6; Miss Emma Gray, Asst , Harned, D 1, Sub. 0; Mrs. Cova M. Smith, Kingswood, D. 1, Sub. 5; Miss Luclle Parr, Norton Valley, D. 1, S. 8; W. 0. Nuckols and wife, Hardinsburc (col.)D. l,S. 1; F.W. Hughes, Roburds (col.) D. 1, S. r. a. m. Drury. Col. Z. T. Stlth and A. M. Jordan went to Irvington Sunday to hear the Rev. L K. Mny. Misses Ada Stlth and Minnie Walker; Messrs George Compton and Gnv-e- r Keith spent the week end with Mrs. Horace McCoy at Union Star. Misses Eva Foote and Betsey Stith spent last week with Mrs Hob Jordan, of July 4, 13 On tho nbovo dato we will bo glad to have all come and spend tho day with us. Wo will make it pleasant for you. Young Thomas Marshall thinks "Papa Marshall," as he calls him, is the best chum ever. Mrs. Marshall says borrowing a baby is a sure cure for the blues which haunt a childless home. ?! Whitworth Visits Meade. the old soldiers, attended the reuniou of the veterans Thos. J. of Irvington. Stlth, one Barbecued Dinner, Refresh at Chattanooga Chas. II. Drury and party will make their annual boat trip to Cincinnati on the 15th of July. "Want all of the old party und as many new ones as will join. Write him for rates. Jesse Carman, of Buras, Ky., was at the Court of Arlington Dan last week. ments and Good Music Candidates Specially Invited. No Ball H. L. at Night Prop, BRUNER, 6 to 14 Days Your JruRRist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding Piles inC to 14 days. The first application gives Uas and Rest, DOc Piles Cured In Jesse Whitworth returned last Saturday from a visit to Meade county in' the interest of his candidacy for the State Senate. He says he found a number of warm friends up there who are taking an active part in his race. He home. Miss Dewy Dejarnett, of Hardins- was well pleased, and says he will get burg, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. a much larger voce in that county than he expected. Charlie Stith made the America Bell, last week. trip with him and says Whitworth will Mrs. J. W. French and daughter were get a good vote and is gaining all the in Louisville last week. time. Little Miss Lay Johnson is visiting in Louisville this week. t Subscribe today. Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Core The worst cases, no matter of bow long standing, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. , Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, COc, $L0O. been home to visit his parents. SPECIAL TO WOME Do you realize the fact that thousands 0 women are now using r STEPHENSPORT. W. H. F, Jones filled his regular appointment in the Baptist church Saturday ana Sunday. Dr. Geo. Marshall, of Portsmouth, Ohio, after spending several days here, returned homo Monday. Misses Sadie and Alma Cohen, of Louisville, are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. W. J. Schopp. Mrs. Rosa Bennett, of New Harmony, is visiting Mrs. S. A. Bennett. Mrs. Geo. Drlskell and daughters were in Louisville last week visiting. Lionel Connor, of Cloverpott, has Miss Jennie C. Lennon, of Hardins-burgis the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. M. A McCubbins spent Sunday the guest of Mr. and Mis, Phil Plock. Miss Linnie Haswell, of Hardinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fox a few days last week. Children's Day in the M. E. church was quite a success. Miss Ruth Jarboe returned home Minister's Baby Is Loaned To Vice President. 000 The County Hoard, in fixing the George Bewley, of Sirocco, visited schedule for tills school term, made the salary of all First clwss schools $.0 per the Court of Bourke Cochran Monday. 65 Miss Angle Gibson, of Irvington, is spending the week with Miss Eva Foote. month, Second class schools, reporting James Drury, of Brandenburg, spent to 74 uuplls, $39 per month; Second last week with his father, Chas. H. class 55 to 01, $37; all Third class schools, 15; and all assistants, $35. Washington, June 14, Vice President and Mrs. Marshall have borrowed a baby to enliven their Washington home. He is Thomas Marshall Sutherland, the son of the vice president's pastor. from Hardinsburg last week. There arc no children in the Marshall Mrs. O. W. Dowell and son and Mrs. family, and both are devotedly fond of M. L. Roberts were in Louisville last babies and young persons. When they week. visited Berkley Springs recently Mrs. A. C. McKaughan and son, Roy, of Marshall fell in love with her husband's Cloverport, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B, namesake and promptly borrowed him for n time. McKaughan Sunday. four-year-o- ld A Soluble Antiseptic Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane affections, such as soro throat, nasal or pelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulceration, caused by female ills? Women who have been cured say "it is worth ils weight in gold. " Dissolve in water and apply locally. For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. has recom mended Paxtine in their private correspondence with women. For all hygienic and toilet usesit has no equal. Only 50c. a large box at Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of price. Tho Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. HOE 3 O C fiatme 000 Since June 7, 1913, we havo been morn, noon and night with personal letters, and patrons, trustees and teachers, who failed to get what each thought was his or her just dues. I have been expected to so condition the law in every instance to fit each side. In cuch instance, this Is the common statement, "Wc only want justice in the uiattor." Like I could change the law, or hilp in any way. I had given advice ta parties in several instances, but it was not hqeded, and now I am expected to be able to relieve the situation. J am sometimes reminded of the story told of the 'Kicker," when he said, "I won't stand for u lot of this nonsense that is going on in our school Deestrict. In the first place our highway commissioner;! are spoiling the roads instead of helping them, 'New ideas and new fools.' Secondly, school opens at 0 and closes at 4. It should open at 8 and close at 5. Two hours lost every dav. Holidays and Joy day la more to be cartd for by the teicher than any the child to cither Thirdly, be U A B C's. He rtM& feeart it kuow telle Ike chlidtm about tb care of the hoSy ywicubtwpt dowotlcccteace nd ftidftfcirf o unto the IC hoe mz HOE DC HOE am 30E Are You Preparing for the Great 0 m HOE mts 3on m HOE jpjoj ' r i 'f Red Men's Annual PowWow and Barbecue At 't. I', r l the Fair Grounds, Hardinsburg, Ky. re hi iw FRIDAY, JULY 4, j OJMp " 1915 if a t:bw The One Big Day RaJn or Shine ioi' iml Don't Fail to see the Five-Mil- e Automobile Race and other Attractions too numerous to mention. Watch for Large Posters. juprvbtrfJ 'UUHMMi'kHklL Tcwwllputhtln'iMd- iium4Jtmat m ik unuUi A. E. MclNTYRE &c Committee