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The Breckenridge news: June 25, 1913 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1913 brc1913062501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 25, 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. vs o m THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS FVOL. XXXVII SSISTAN T MANAGER Fitzgibbon-Murray. THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 51 Masonic Banquet Here. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1913. FAIR CATALOGUE. REFUSES TO BURDEN L Makes Home Biking Easy Iu the presence of only a few Invited Miss Mary AuAT gusta Fltzglbbon, of this city, and Mr. David K. Murray, Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., were quietly married Tuesday I. H. W. Herndon, Of Enid, afternoon at 2 o'clock by Father EdOklahoma, Goes To Huron To ward J. Lynch at his residence on Sec- JOWL HOTEL relatives and friends, Take Position! F. L. Holbrook, proprietor of the yal hotel, has secured the services Col. H W. Herndon, lately of Enid, lahoma, and formerly of Kentucky, assist him In the management of the iyil hotel. Col. Herndon' Is a hotel and 'of many year's experience, ts here highly recommended and ked by years of successful hotel That he will prove a luable acquisition to the hotel men the city and state, goes without ylng. When seen by a Huronite reporter, 1. Herndon expressed himself as reatly surprised In finding- so large nd so modern and well equipped hotel the Royal in a city no larger than uron. "L don't see wnerc tne ess comes from to support such a ho- 1. Certainly the people of Huron ught to congratulate themselves on aving such a hotel. I never saw its "qual la an eastern city of less than rom 15,000 to 20,000 population and in he southwest, it takes a much larger lace than Huron to support such a arge hotel. I am happily Impressed Ith Hurpn and its adjacent country, nd I trust that I shall soon become cqualnted with your people and like - ond street. Mr. William T. Long, of Evansvllle, and Miss Katharine Green, of this city, were the attendants. Miss Fltzglbbon is one of the and most popular young ladlos In the city, having for a number of years been the official court stenographer and was also employed as stenographer for the law firm of Ycaman & Yeaman. The groom Is employed as city ticket agent for the L. & N. Railroad Company at Nashville. He formerly held a position here. The happy, young couple left on the 3:03 southbound L. & N. train for Nashville, where they will make their 1est-know- n home. Mr. Murray is the youngest son of Gen. David R. Murray, formerly of Clovorport, and is a popular representative of this family. Henwell-kno- derson Journal. St. Romuald's Commencement. Hardinsburg, June 22. (Special) The Commencement exercises of St. Romuald's school took place last Monday night. A large and appreciative audience assembled in the church to witness the closing exercises. The program was an Interesting and varied one, and well rendered, showing the every evidence of careful training on the part of the Sisters, and a hearty response to their efforts on the part of the pupils. A drama, of no little merit, "Crown of Glory," was effectively enacted by the girls, and was enjoyed by all. The music and singing were espec' ially beautiful. While the final exercises are always meritorious, it Is the opinion of many who had the pleasure of witnessing the splendidly rendered program, that none has enlisted the praise and satisfaction to the spectators as did this one at the close of the present term. Kathleen Hoben. hem " The reporter was Impressed with the geniality and versatility of Col. Hern- in securing him made a to assist in the management of the faas ten-strik- e On Wednesday evening June lth., Mr. Joe H. Ewald, Grand Master of the Comes From The Press JulyThe Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F. & A. M. visited Cloverport Lodge No. 133. The idgc County's Not Forced To Stop At Every Master Mason's degree was conferred Best Fair-Aeropl- anes The upon T. B. Culton. The Grand Master County Seat If .Local Trains occupied the W. M. chair and the S. W. New Feature. and J. W. stations were filled respectSufficient. ively by Jesse Whltworth of Breckinridge Lodge No. 07 and D. C. Heron of Bew The fair catalogue will come from the Frankfort, Ky., Juuc 12. The Court leyville Lodge No. 328. The work was press of the Breckenride News July 1. of Appeals, in an opinion handed down put on In a very forcible and Impressive Get one. And you will be more Inter- by Chief Justlcj Hobsou, reversed the manner. ested than ever in The Breckenridge decision of the Lyon County Circuit This is the first time that a Grand County Fair. Court, in which a fine of $200 was enThe Association's seventh annunl ex tered against the Illinois Central for Master of the State has ever come to Cloverport In his official capacity and hibltlon will be held August 19, 20, and failing to stop a fast passenger train at it was an occasion that will long be re 21, The new feature will be the aeroEddyvllle. membered by Cloverport Masons. After planes. The fair managers have gone A passenger, who wa3 carried to adjournment delightful refreshments to no little pains to get this attraction Kuttawa, went boforo the grand jury and it will be well worth the price of under the statute cortipellingall rail- were servfed by the Eastern Star ladies, and while this was the last it was by no the fair. roads to stop trains at every county The ladies are taking an unusual in- seat and at any point where a peni- means the least enjoyable part of the terest In Floral Hall and are already tentiary Is or will be located. An In- occasion. Visiting members present were as gettltg their fancy work ready. The dictment was returned. follows: Joe II. Ewald, Grand Master exhibition of handiwork is always an Justice Hobson, in his opinion, holds and member of Hawhan Lodge No. 710; inspiration. that whono the service is sufficient H. C. Moore, Madisonville No. 113; D. The premium list is very attractive to with local trains the ruilroads are tne bird and stock men. And a Tine within their rights In refusing to stop C. Heron, Bewleyville No. 228; R. M. and large show of sheep, cattle and fast passenger trains at nil county Penick, Custer No. 624; I. Byers, No. 37; M. M. Groves, Rome horses is looked forward to by the fair seats, especially where it Is shown, No. I33; Mr. Scott, New Albany; Jesse people. as in the case at issue, that a local The amusements will be entertaining train was to follow the fast train in Whltworth, W. S. Ball, F. W. Peyton, A. T. Beard, Breckinridge Lodge No. with fresh lemonade and all pike feat- less than one hour. 67; C. A. Tanner, J. D. Ashcraft, W. S, catures for a jolly, good time. Get a Arnold; IrvingtonU. D.; O. W. Dowell, alogue and ste what will be crowded inResolutions of Respect W. L. Milner, W.J. Schopp,C. J. Fella, to these three days. The following resolutions were unani- O. L. black, C. C. Hamilton, E. H. The catalogue is a specimen of excelp of a print shop. mously adopted by the Quarterly Con- Miller, Sam II. Dix, R. S. Skillman, lent Stephensport No. 406; O. S. Flowers, Every ad Is set with care and distinct- ference of the Cloverport station, ive taste. The ink and material is of district, Methodis't Episcopal E. O. Kinciad, J. M. Fawver, S. V. Flowers, W. R. Skinner, Joe Midkiff, the highest type and The Breckenridge church South: Whereas, Out beloved pastor, Rev. J. R. I. Glover, Pellville No. 667; II. L. News is justly proud of the production. II. Walker, has been advised by his phy- Schafer, H. L. Jarboe, W. R. Powers, sicians that on account of his health he Clarence Demleavy, J. H. Isom, C. F. To The Democrats Ot The will be compelled to leave this latitude; Mickel, O. E. Mickel, David Voy'.es, L. L. Demleay, Floral No. 74S. Tenth Senatorial District. and, COMPANY First-Brcckenr- pOYAl mm msKt POWDER Tho only Cream of Tartar m alum,no limephosphate baking powdmr made from Royal Grape Absolutely Pure, Hop-kinsvil- le IS. Weil-Know- KMOR Younq Away After Wife Of Mr. DEAD Woman Long Ill- n Passes nessW. -- Raymond Meador. work-man-shi- ro VwRoyal. Dally Huron. Brief Word Of Farewell. Editor: You will please allow lipace in your excellent paper to farewell word to my friends in arport. regret that I did not get tee each one in person. Ihe cause of my leaving is known to all, and the sudden and unwarned kipgdown of my health causing 'to have to go at once to another Fmate is a sore disappointment to me. fl wish to thank all my friends for ex pressions of sympathy, words of assurance and substantial remembrance as ich of these prove to me that you are Friends indeed. These kindnesses add juch comfort and enable me to bear atiently this great sorrow. You will allow me to say the final 3rd to my own beloved congregation. sebusy, happy months I was por ted to be with you. I rejoiced In ting every department go fdrward. upastor ever served a more loyal devoted people, indeed, I count le'best people on earth. I know not lw to express my gratitude to the Iclal board and all others who stood loblybyme. All of these and' the tire citizenship occupy the warmest ice in my affections. these happy experiences in church c, in the social and fraternal realms never be erased from my memory, ill be treasured there as a most less jewel. pail welcome a message in my rn home from every one of you and Kind people. Sincerely, J. H. Walker. 1 Whereas, Bro. Walker has been released from the Cloverport charge. Makes Own Son Master Mason. Resolved, first, That we place on Having been urged by my friends for the last few months to enter the Senate record our appreciation of Bro. Walker's At a meetidg of Cloverport Lodge race, I have hoped that I could become faithful and efficient work during the & A. M. held on Friday Good Gov- last nine months. No pastor has given No. I33 F. a candidate; the principle of evening, Jau2()th, the Master Mason greater satisfaction, both in the pulpit ernment being the controlling force. Cocke-rill- . Being a farmer, I am Interested in and the pastoral work, iti the history of degree was conferred on W. A. The work was done by Mr. W. II. the tillers of the soil and anything that our charge. 226 of Second, That we heartily and unqual- Cockerill of Robinson Lodge No. good of agriculture appeals tends to the Louisville, Ky. and put on in a very to. me and will nlways have my constant ifiedly recommend hint to our bishops, ministers and members as a faithful and impressive manner. One remarkable care and earnest consideration. efficient pastor and an earnest and able feature of the occasion was that Mr. W. As a banker, I am as directly interestH. Cockerill is the father of Mr. W. A. Farmer's Meeting Notice. ed in the welfare of the farmer as he is preacher. Cockerill and it is very rare that a fathninety-fThird, That Bro. Walker and his exin his own interests or pursuits, as per cent of my patrons are farm- cellent family will have our sympathies er ever has the pleasure of making his ive The farmers of the fourth Magister- ers, and 1 want to assure you that it is and prayers wherever they may go, and son, a Master Mason. Mr. Cockerill ial district are requested to meet at his whole family are now with sincere regret that I cannot arrange if he recovers his health between now sajs that Bewleyville Saturday, June 23th, at Masons and is very proud that he has my business affairs so that! could serve and the sitting of our Conference, we 2:'o0 p m. to talk over road improveyou. Thanking you for your earnest sincerely hope he will be reappointed to brought the last one into the fold. ment. The crusher is now in that dis- support proffered. I beg to remain ' the Cloverport station. trict and is anxious to get busy crushing Fourth, That a copy of these resolu- Declares Yours very truly, Increased Dividend. rock for the roads. All farmers and tions be spread upon the Quarterly ConE. H. Shelman. their wives are invited and urgently reference Record, and that a copy be sent Hardinsburg, Ky., June 16, I9I3. quested to be present. Mr. B.ibbage of to our church papers fur publication. The board of directors of The Bank of the Breckenridge News, will be there Hawesville Republicans S. J. Thompson, 1. E Hardinsburg & Trust Co.,. held their for the purpose of taking notes and Drop Log Cabin John Burn, Secretary. usual quarterly meeting here today. shaking the hands of the farmers on II. A. Oelze, Chairman. They declared a dividend of 0 per this important movement. Please re- i 3W Pastor Arrives. le Rev. Mr. W. C. Frank arrived Nashville Saturday to take charge the Methodist pastorate here. He Is .'member of the 1013 graduating class Vapderbullt University. His ser- t and service bunuay lilgnly pleased 'congregation and the church is de- rbted to have him. Mrs. Frank will 1vc this week. She is an aecom- ihttd singer and the young people of Church are anxious to know her. Sxv. Mr. Frank E, Lewis, former of this church, sent a letter to f, J. C. Nolte, Saturday, highly rec lading the new minister. A Call For Republicans. , Jul Republicans In the second Mag erUl District are requested to meet the City Hall, Cloverport on Thurs- Jum 96th to select candidates for and Constable for the Re- primary tad to attend to r biuiutM, . W. O, Pate, District Ofclrwm. member what it takes to make a gooa Hawesville, Ky., June 21. The Marriage Licenses. county paper, paid up subscriptions, Standpat and the Republican commitCounty Clerk Beard says it is never and a lot of them. tees for Hancock county met here today and agreed to fuse for the pur- too hot or too dry for the business of poses of the fall election. Neither will matrimony. Following are the names How Old Is Your Wagon? go Into the August primary and that of those made happy in the blissful will be left entirely to the Democrats. state since our last report: J. C. Vickers and Dolly Stanfield; W. The Breckenridge News has gotten The divided Republicans will abandon, very much Interested In road wagons one the lo cabin and the other the H. Duggins and Elton Skaggs; J. A. lately. Especially, since it has been picture of Roosevelt, and place their Lyons aud Cattle Morrison; Herman advertising the Studebaker wagons. ticket under the picture of McKlnley. Tanner and Georgia Ilorseley; Lorenzo Let us know how old your wagon is and They are to divide the offices in pro- B. Dowell and Lula Wood; John P. portion to the votes cast last fall Howard and Octava Lee Cheyne; B. B, what make it is. Somehow a wagon acquires a person- which will give the Standpatters the Henningernnd Sallie Frank. ality, it stays in a family so long and offices of couuty judge, county attorthere must be many, good stories about ney and county superintendent and Judge Layman Here. the old wagons. The Studebaker Com- they have already slated for theso G. Judge J. R. Layman, candidate for pany has a contest on ar.d Is offering a W. Newman, J. R. HIgdon aud HerCircuit Judge of the Ninth Judicial Dis prize for the oldest Studebaker wagon. man Rico respectively. The other ofwas in Cloverport Thursday. He We offer no prizes, but The Brecken- fices are to go to the Progressives and trict, inspected the boat, "The Golden Girl," rldge News shall be pleased to receive they have their slate made up except which came front Owensboro to take a some short stories about the old wag- for jailer. There are four candidates crowd from different points down the ons still in use. for the place, viz., Henderson Johnson, to sec Buffalo Bill's show. John Swiheart, Warren Keown and river "The Golden Girl" was in fine shape Joe Douthitt. The selecting of one of Mrs. Randall III. been ever since it left the hands theso will be left to the delegates to and has nominating convention which will of the Clqverport foundry December the Mrs. James H. Randall is ill at her be held here on August 0. The slate 1911. "The Golden Girl" was built for home in this city. She arrived home for the other offices Is as follows: Friday night from the East, suffering County clerk, Ed N. Lamar; sheriff, Rounds & Jesse, of Owensboro, whom with a cold which did not develop se. Ed F Ewan; representative, S. B. the Cloverport Foundry & Machine Co. is suing for 4,900. The case has been riously until Monday evening. Mrs. Lott; assessor, Claude Bowling, iu court since the 28th of February and Walter J. Liter, her friend from Louisa decision Is hoped for soon by ville, is here, Wishes that Mrs. Randall Big Shot Of Squirrel. may be convalescing soon are being expressed by everyone. Will Canvass Soon. S. H. Keith and Prof. Culton made a Mr. Jarboe Dead. big shot of squirrel lasC Wednesday, Andrew Squires candidate for coroner aud consequently the editor of The Friday morning June 21, at 4 o'clock, Breckenridge News had squirrel uie says on account of the illness of his wife Will Jarboe died at his home in Kast-lau- for dinner the next day, Mr. Babbage he has not been able to make an active after a lingering illness. He was gets a squirrel treat annually from Mr. canvass. Hewitt bo In the field as soon the son of Mr. Wat Jarboe. Mr. Jarboe Keith, who has been working in the as Mrs. Squires gets better. leaves a wife and throe children to News office ever since he was a boy. uiourH his death. The fuueral service Mr. Babbage appreciates his good for Primary Petitions. wm held at the Catholic church Satur- tune In being remembered by Mr. day mmchIhk at 7:30 o'clock, after which Keith, and also having some sue at yH.A. Atw for School Superintendtke rawaiiw wr ktid to nwt in tk home with a talent to eek squirrel in jest and J, W. Knsdy for Aitucer, u. HMt tleliftiou way. Catholic ceautory. tied tklf petiUeiw lfcst wk. , Clover-portpeopl- cent paid to the slock holders out of of the past six months. This is an advance in the dividend rate from 10 per cent per annum to 12 per cent per annum the earnings Mr. Herndon, Manager. Henry W. Herndon, wno has been keeping hotel at Enid, Okla., for several years, has accepted a position as manager of Hotel Royal at Huron, South Dakota. In changing his address of The Breckenridge News, Mr. Herndon asked to be remembered to his friends in Kentucky. Hardinsburg, June 20. (Special) On 17, I9I3, near the hour of ten o'clock p. m., Mrs. Kate Simmons Meador, wife of Raymond W. Meador, passed from life into death. She was confined to her bed many weeks and was a great sufferer, bearing It all with cheerfulness aad a Christian fortitude. She realized that she could not get well, and was prepared for her dis solution. Near the age of fifteen years, during a revival held in Garfield Pres byterian church while Rev. Green Cun- diff was pastor, she was converted and joined the Presbyterian cliurch. One year ago she realized she had not lived up to her conversion, and during a meeting held in Custer, she renewed her faith in Christ and so lived until her death. In I9OS, Nov. 3rd, she became the wife of Raymond W Meador and catre to Custer, the home town of her hus band, to live, which was her home ex cept for a few months spent In Lake Arthur, New Mexico. She and her husband thinking they could do better In Kentucky than New Mexico, returned to Custer, Ky., and made It their permanent residence; here in her home town, to which she had first come as a stranger, she endeared herself in the hearts of both old and young. Rev. R. I. Penick conducted the funeral service assisted by Rev. Minor Compton. The text was taken from h the verse of the ninth chapter of Hebrews. "It is appointed unto men once to die, but after that the Judgment." Her remains were interred in the Garfield burying ground. A large crowd attended, being composed of relatives, friends and school mates. She leaves one own brother, Elisha Simmons, Indianapolis, Ind ; and three half brothers, Tab. Simmons, Webster, Albert Simmons, Harned; and James Dowell, California. Juue twenty-sevent- Masons Barbecue Soon. More Cars Lighted. 1 Frank L. lloyd, of Owensboro, was made chief deputy to Internal Revenue All Day Meeting. Collector Josh T. Griffith. Mr. lloyd has There will be an all day meeting at been In the internal revenue service for Norton's Valley church July 4, con- nearly twenty years and is regarded os ducted by the Rev. J. S. Brear. There an expert and a very valuable man for will be dinner on the ground and a the place. plenty for all who come. Bro. Brear extends a cordial Invitation to body. every- The cars on passenger trains 15 are lighted by electricity. This new Illumination is a delight to the traveling public. 146 The Cloverport Masons will give tlteir annual Masonic barbecue August 14. This is the red letter day for an all day good time In Clovctport and August would not be welcome without It. and Mr. Boyd Gets Place. Mr. Bartlow Leaves. e. II. Bartlow, insurance representative, leaves tills week for Hawesville to work for the same company. Mr. Bartlov. Marian Allen suffered great pain has taken ait active part in church work Friday when she got a fishing hook here aud the young people will miss him caught In her middle right hand finger. Painful Accident. She went to Dr. Simons' infirmary Will and had It removed. d, Erect Cottago in the Gardner Addition. Children's Day Service. C. E. Keith has sold one of his reChildren's Day will be olmrved cently purchased lot iu the Gardner Sunday mowing, July 8, at 11 o'clock addition to Lee Owsky. wUo will erect a & I Um future. at Ue Metkodlst faurch. MIm Susette etta rwwdiiiise is ekalnaam et the awnmrttw. X'twii New. Sawyer - J f "3 . Report bf the condition of II III I ; III I ir ? Sanitation in Kentucky Schools My J.OOAN II CKKU9UK, .Tr. Tht Bank of Hardinsbure & Trust Go, p, ' In this world of various obstacle and numerous jternlexlties, we are bc)y results on all side in "pinched" of Illegitimate causes. There arc so many questions boforo the wandering minds of the people that no question is receiving prouor Investigation. One Ihnnrv U ndvaneed end brines about considerable agitation for a time, but the cftVct Is destroyed by the Introduction of a dlfferont Idea. We must clinf,' to a thine until there is nothing of relative importance left. If is explicitly placed before us and we ascertain no real value therein, let us drop it; but if a proposition of vast Importance a proposition with tho word "necessity" written upon the face of it and one that requires alert judgment and nccurato action, then let us consider let us look Into it and sec what there Is in it for us. In presenting the subject, Sanitation, the face value is sufficient to engage our lmmediato attention. To have sanitary conditions prevailing in our schools will mean the building of better moral character, Improvement of the intellect, and the prolonging of physical life. How many little chil dren go to school and sit all day in an ill ventilated, dirty, filthy school room. Many diseases originate in such school rooms. Tho environment Is sapping the vitality of the innocent youth. We are responsible, not the Infant. Ignorance Is such a vice! It is ignorance that causes the major part of the crimes of the country. It Is not illiteracy. We know better, but for the sake of a few frivolities, we neglect the paramount duty of our lives the duly to educate. Ignorance Is merely Ignoring a thing. Sometimes the very thing that is Ignored is an established fact. Illiteracy Is knowing no better; having no general knowledge of a thing. Ignorance is a dynamo which generates nn electrical current that over powers the minds of tho illiterate, careless, indifferent people. Sanitation must be taught in our public schools if we are to hand down to our posterity ho.lthy, intelligent citizens. All of us can ventilate a room; all of us am use a broom; nil of us can use common water. So we have no ex cuse to be untidy. Plenty of pure water, both on the outside and Inside, will produce wholesome effects. Teach the child to drink plenty of pure water, teach him to use plenty of soap and scrubbing powders if to keep his physic clean and healthy. We can do this, can't we? Such is sanitation. Wo are informed by authentic authority that there are children in our county who attend school and forget to wash their faces before going to a.prop-ositlon nece-sary, school. Such should never he in a country like ours. It's not the child's fault. Because most children like to piny in water. It might he on account of the spring being so far from the house and wj.ter is scarce, but that is not logical, It Is rather presumable at this point thatlit is negligence, or per haps, the lack jof home training. So wo may materially aid the children if we teach them cleanliness, neatness and tidiness. We have discussed sanitation from a personal standpoint, let us next look into the environment of the school building, if we are located tn an un healthy place, the school yard low aud wet, no trees in the yard, out house in such a place as to pollute the soil of the yard and form unpleasant odors and create poisonous germs, we should set to work at once to improvo conditions. If you will make the proper endeavor, assistance Is near. The source of the drinking water should be looked after aud the water tested. No food should be allowed to decay near the building, and If one of the neighbor's old horses dies it should not be dragged into the school yard and allowed to decay I mean by this that much attention must bo given to the care of the yard. There is a careless way of living, which, in some instances, by mere accident, does not prove to be detrimental to the pursuer. Some people might indulge in every wicked device, drink stagnated water, eat rotten eggs, never bathe and live a century, but such is an accident. There is a scientific way of living by which some fanatics soon perish, but the common-sense- d person has mora assurance of a long life and a life of felicity that is worth living. Don't be the "old fogy" or tho fanatic, but be the tho medium. By the efforts that have, been put forth in the'iast few years, the death rate has been decreased several per cent. Let us emphasize tho absolute necessity of sanitation In the home, at school and everywhere. The child desires to be clean. He will not go untidy in a tidy room, he won't throw bits of waste material on the clean yard, if you tell him not to; he will put all the waste paper into a box, if you will furnish a box; he will wear clean apparel if he can, provided you do. It's an easy matter to start the child right, if you begin at the right time fn the fight way. Let us improve sanitation in our schools. It can be done by teaching the child to use water freely; to dress tidy; to be clean at hone with milk, water, food, etc , to cultivate a desire for the right sort of living. Logan Hickersonj Jr. sound-heade"sure-to-win," fourth day of June 1013. RESOURCES $.140,420 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and tin 4&1 secured Stocks, Bonds and other Se0 curities ,... 3s,'2j2 Due from Banks 15,5l) Cash on hand Checks and other cash 2,260 , items Banking House, 'Furniture 0 and Fixtures Charccd oil. 0 Other Real Estate None. . . Other Assets not included 0 under any of above heads. on doing business at the town of Hardlns-burCounty of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of business acrif ice Prices iJ orv 60 25 00 01 01 29 00 00 00 06 PARRY BUGGIES j j Total....'.'.$393,924 LIABILITIES Cadta! Stock nald In, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Fronts, less expenses and taxes paid.... Deposits subject $155,461 27 to check Demand Certif flO.OOO 00 23,000 00 10,251 46 icates of posit De- Owing to insufficient floor space and storage room, we have decided to sacrifice our line of Parry Buggies and Surries altho we are in the midst of the selling season and would be able to dispose of our entire stocl ixrir-hi- n 0 00 303,672 60 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 153,211 33 Time Deposits. Certified Checks Cashier's checks outstanding Due Banks and Trust Corn-panic- H a rPoonnanlA ftmAu;a raT.f HotArininfif ir onrijl s Notes and Bills Rediscountcd Unpaid Dividends Reserve for taxes Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any of above' heads 1 .'f 393,924 00 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY s t County of Breckinridge f We, M. H. Beard and Paul Compton, Vice 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, M. H. B:ard, Vice President Paul Compton, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of Juno, I9I3. Ruth Bollinger, Notary Public. Correct Attest: My commission expires, end of next Senate. B. F. Beard, C. V. Robertson, A M. Kincheloe, Directors. them rather than run the risk of having to carry H any over. Parry Buggies represent the highest ideas of H quality and utility, which means you are absolutely safe jf in buying a buggy which bears this famous brand. H fice Sale commences this week and lasts until we have disposed of the entire line. Tuberculosis Car. The Tuberculosis Commission last Thursday engaged the services of Mr. James P. Faulkner, of Berea, to take charge of the traveling exhibit car. Mr. Faulkner has had a wide experience in lecturing on health topics, particularly tuberculosis, in the southeastern part of the state, and has more recently been the editor of the Berea Citizen. He will take charge of the car next week. The Exhibit Car will be opened to the public for the first time at South Louisville, Tuesday, June 24th, at noon, and will remain 5n South Louisvillefor three days. Open from 12 o'clock till 6 o'clock, and from 7:30 o'clock till 9 o'clock. From South Louisville it will proceed toward Bardstown, Springfield, Lebanon aud Greensburg. visiting many of the small intermediate stops for a day. The car will then proeeed to the southeast corner of the state. Mr. E. R. Sapp, the Advance Agent of the car, Is now making preparation for its appear ance in these various towns. Mr. Roy French, the Secretary of the Commis sion, will be with the car for the first two weeks. Various members of the Commission will also accompany the car for a few days each. The Commission has decided to en gage the services of a visiting nurse to be sent to various cities and counties of the state, for one or more months in !$ F. Beard & Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 to four o'clock in honor of her little niece, Miss Ummerzagt, of Henderson, Ky. Thirty little folks were present Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Meador have re other sports. Ice cream and cake was turned from a ten days stay at Cinci-na- ti served and Misses Leora Murray and where they attended the races. Marie Burchell absisted Mrs. Downard Mrs. Sim Uonrd, who has been with in entertaining. her sister, Mrs. Margaret Talbott, for a short visit Itft Friday for Cloverport. The contract to build the West Point Mesdume Galloway aud Simpson, of Catholic church was let yesterdav to Blue Ball, spent Thursday with Mrs. the T. J. Morrison Lumber Co., of this city, and work will begin in a week or Joe Bktukenbliip. "is to be of frame Mies Edna Dowell is visiting her sis- two. The structure and to cost about $1,500. It is expected Mrs. John Couk, at Hardinsburg. ter, that the church will be ready for occu-oanc- y H. Myer, of Vine Grove, was to see by September 1. Elisabethtown Mr. Carter Tlmrwiuy. News. Mr. Harned, of Custer, was the guest of hik siiter, Mrs. Penick. He sold a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ' A. Hyues. horse to Mrs. Diarrhoea Remedy. Miss Nell Springate, of Custer, apent Every family without exception last week with her giand parents, Mr. should keep this preparation at hand and Mrs. C. C. Martin. Mrs. W. A. llynes went to Flaherty during the hot weather of the summer A Severe Sickness Leaves months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Friday. and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many C. II. Moorman, of Louisville, was The Kidneys Weak times its cost when needed and is althe guest of his siiter, Mm. W. A. most certain to be needed before the Hjnt, Saturday. summer is over. It has no superior for After recovering from a severe spell The lHdies of the Baptist church the purposes for which It is Intended. of sickness some time ago, I was all cleared f.0 at their ice cream supper Buy it now. For sale by all dealers. run down aud suffering from poor the 14th. blood. I would have pains in my back Grand Rain-fal- l. and hips and my kidneys bothered me Can't Keep it Secret. all the time. I started taking Swamp- The Fplendid work of Chamberlain's Cloverport and vicinity enjoyed an Root upon the recommendation of a i becoming more widely adundant rainfall Saturday night and friend and fouud It was just what I daily Tablats known. No such grand remedy for Sunday night. The County needed it needed. My blood became all right aud htomacl aud liver troubles has ever nnd the gardeners and farmers are re after taking a few bottles, I was surbeen known. For sale by all dealers. joicing greatly over the copious rain. prised at the effect It had on my kidThe rain was general throughout Meade, neys. They were entirely cured and I Breckenridge, Hancock and Daviess have much to be thankful for that your AVest Point News. great remedy did for me. and thoroughly enjoyed the games and BRECKINRIDGE BANK U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR a POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits Absolutely Safe Place to do Business each place. It will be the task of the nurse to discover the existing condi tions, point the way to relieve them, and organize in each community an association or league, to retain the ser vices or a resident nurse permanently. The salary of the one nurse will be paid by the Commission, but her living expenses must be borne by the various communities which she serves. The Commission Is anxious to receive for her services from responsible individuals, or organizations, in various parts of the state. The Best Hot Weather Tonic GROVR'S TASTELESS chill TONIC enriches DR. FLOYD GILLIATT Veterinary Surgeon and Dentil Office in Miller & Ball's Livery Stable Hardinsburg, Ky. o blood, buildi up the whole system and will wonderfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand the depressing effect of the hot summer. 50c. the Prenared to treat all animals. Special attention given calls : All diseases.;' Surgery and Dentistry a specialty 11. -- Mrs. Tarvin Goes West. . at all hours.l J Counties. Mrs. Curl Downard entertained with j a tea parly Friday afternoon from two' Subscribe Right Now Ask the Farmer Who Has One what wonders tho Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 4. Protects tho homo 1 Sells my products 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices ' 3 Brings supplies 0 Increases profits 7 Pays for itself over and over Sovcn cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested aud send today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & linerirte. Teiefraph Co. Mrs. James Pryor Tarvin, of Covington and Washington, has gone west for Yours very truly, the summer, after visiting her. niece, W. O. BLACKMON, Mrs. Charles Bunton, of Pittsburg, Phenix City, Ala. formerly of Covington. Mrs. Tarvin Sworn to and subscribed before me, made a bright .little speech on Southern this the 14th day of July, 1000. women in Washington at a banquet W. J.. Bins, Justice of the Peace. given by the Southern society of Plttu-bur- g. Mrs. Tarvin will return to WashLetter! to Dr. Kilmer & Co. ington In the 'early fall to resume her Illnghaniton, N. Y. duties as chaperone for Bristol College, Will Do For You Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-tou- , High Cost Of Living N. Y.i for a sample bottle. It will Increases In Louisville. convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet cf valuable information, tell-in- p Vashlugtou, June 21. Th cost of all about; the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention The liviBg statistic of the DejwrtiiWHt Bfeckea ridge News, Cloverport, Jvy. Labor for Louisville ami iwighWHg Regular fifty-cen- t aad siu cltivs jritoyv that price in LotftevllU have riMK steadily of Ul. bottle for tak at all drug sUmtm, on-dolUr id FLOYD GILLIATT, V. M. D. qllc 30E 0 c HOE HAY, OATS AND CORN HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO laeerperated All Kinds of Feed Stuff Ask usi for prices on brick Hardinsburg, Ky. Car Load Lots a Specialty l ci) iBreckenridge County Teachers Institute. T) Monday, July 7th., 1913. PROGRAMS Opening Exercises, 'Wwrine. 10 Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVILLE, KY. a. nv JBACONaSQH1 INCORPORATED Market near Fourth Fourth near Market LOUISVILLE, KY. 1 K- icripture Rending nnd Prayer. Organization. 0 llectfon of Secretary. Enrollment of Teachers. Appointment of Committees, and Announcements. 4 We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Logan Hlckers NOON of teaching Home Geography in the 3rd and 4th 1. Enumerate the purposes 2. Kvnlnln how Geocrnohv and Hvclene may be al- wMJcq Irln n. :,LjkrBted with each other, and correlated with Reading and Language Mrs. C. tK, Tanner. 3. Reading In the First Grade Miss Zetta Simmons. Gr i. '(' j Iff the course of study Institute, a. Discuss the dally program fn. DO YOUR SUMMER SHOPPING IN LOUISVILLE AT BACON'S There you will find a most representative assortis newest B-- srivLiLiixNu 1. Explain the plan of the course of study in Spelling H. C. Jolly, Jr. Questions and general discussions. Jn DOMESTIC SCIENCE ' 1. Its use and value in the Rural Schdol and can It be made practical? Miss &Wi Whittlnghill. 2. General discussion. SfTty NATURE STUDY XFTl Discipline and managePurposes of Study In the school Instructor Driskell. Mrs Andrew M&' Adjournment Announcements. TUESDAY N ; . Opening exdrcises. Lau. Roll call. PRIMARY ARITHMETIC, First and Second Grades. 1 nn,. mm oVim.i1 " fmtcrtit nnd how teach them? Miss Marv. Bennett. .. )) l. iiuai r.nio o"u : How may number work bo closely related to the home Interest of the children? r Miss Anglo Gibson. COURSE OP STUDY " ' 1. County Graduation Examination and County Fairs instructor. ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY i p.vninln thf course as outlined bv the month Miss Alta St. Clair. 2. "Dunne the fifth and sixth years what classes of facts should receive most atten tion? What countries? Why? Miss Clara Eskriage. Kj. firwvuiiNU, 1U mo jctuuu vjihub. -. ...... ...l.t nln.r TIee fo.f Wn t n frf l n 11 EL -- ment of that which and best in h ir f - ..-- 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 il 1 m !I In fact, practically everything for everybody and you will find the prices to be the lowest which goods of their quality can be bought. NOON LANGUAGE, First and Second Grades. 1. Explain the plan of the course of study Miss Ora B. Hendricks. MANUAL TRAINING, FARM MECHANICS. 1. How is the rural school failing in preparing pupils for life? D. C. Walls. General discussion. v 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 ;Vl 1. General discussion, led by R Y. Maxey. 2. Discipline and management Wrri. M. Ditto. Adjournment. Announcements. WEDNESDAY Opening exercises. ARITHMETIC, Third Division. 1. Discuss facts processes and problems Miss Nell Cashman. COURSE OF STUDY In- 1. Character building in School T. B. Culton. 3. General discussion ite. ADVANCED GEOGRAPHY. I. Discuss the method suggested in the course of study Prof. C. A. Tanner. numerate the values of Commercial and Industrial Geegraphy Roy McCoy. Show how life and Physical Geography are related Miss Coral Whittinghill. READING in the Third Division. 1. What and how much students read in this division? Mrs. Cora M. Smith, llustrate what should be golten out of a Third Reader lesson Miss Frances We Now Give and Redeem Surety Coupons . The Coupon that has a definite and fixed value Full (1,000) Surety $2.50 flmirtnns Entitles von to.... mnwfw&mmmmwmmtofmx& A Bobk Report of the condition of the m? in Goods Free non ) CZHOEZD at- - fCZ30C3lc 0 HOC lodes. f I NOON PRIMARY HISTORY. 1. Educational values of History, Show how Primary and Advanced History differ Horace McCoy. 2. Discuss the outlined course and indicate what classes of facts should be emphasized Mrs. Lettuce Falls. ADVANCED HISTORY. C. M. 1. Show how to correlate History with Geography and Literature Payne. 2. What parts of History should be read only and what parts should be memorized? Fred Whittlnghill. 3. Discuss the value of the average History 'teaching to the rural boy or girl who expects to remain rural people Rufus McCoy, "4. How should worK in History be supplemented? Thomas Rhodes. Agriculture, The Plant J. R. Meador. Adjournment. Announcements. THURSDAY Opening exercises. HYGIENE AND SANITATION 1. Discuss the course of study in Physics and Hygiene through the full eight Grades M. H. Norton. 3. Preventable disease, their causes and how to avoid them James McGovern. 3. General discussion. COURSE OF STUDY. . Instructor. , 1. Estimate of the teacher LANGUAGE. Miss Willie Chambllss. 1. Language in the Fourth Division NOON ' GRAMMAR. . uenerai ens . iramar in the I'uDitc acnoois .miss iissa .uattnews. 31 iti READING in the Fifth division. 1. Discuss the suggestions In the course of study under the Seventh Grade, crltifize them Miss Augusta O'Bryan. V, General discussion. Adjournment. Announcements. FRIDAY, Opdfnlng excerclses. CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 1. Iwhat are the purposes of teaching Civics In the Rural School? Coleman vtT&vnt-J- l o. siiow how a lesson from the text book mav be taucht so as to be'of real v.Ilue in every day life J. T. Basham. SANITATION AND HYGIENE. FIRST STATE BUNK; doing business at the town of Irvinj;toii, Countv of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky," at the close of business on 4th day of June, 1913. RESOURCES 6 -- .$7JiS05 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unse911 2I cured Stocks, lionds and other securi60 00 ties 7.775 58 Due from llanks 2,078 13 Cash on hand 8 76 Checks and other cash items.. Banking House, Furniture and 5.669 81 Fixtures o 00 Other Real Estate Other Assets not included o 00 under any of above heads... "Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyes, 5oE 101 4nd Get a Tip to Make You Wise." Total....88,3o8 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash, j 15,000 Surplus Fund i,5o 55 Our Twenty Day REDUCTION PRICES 0 00 ffc Undivided Profits, less expen566 82 ses and taxes paid 33665 91 Deposits subject to check Demand Certificates of o 00 Deposit 37.575 81 Time Deposits o 00 Certified Checks Cashier's Checks sutstand-ini- r o 00 Due Banks niul Trust Compano 00 ies o 00 Notes nnd Bills Rediscouuted. o CO Unpaid Dividends o 00 Reserve for taxes o 00 Bills Payable U o ( , Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads... o 00 t a& f " .t... fi.HiiAmfinAl nrltinl rtlaa r .if Logan Hickerson. HKanltatlon m v rlntYioLfln nnrl nAmmiiMihi ,v LTitiWaHit C0UK5B OF STUDY. 1, ITluwipica ui icawMiu General Business. NOON Reports of Committees. Adjournment. J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents llic Leading Companies iu the Country SS,3oS 55 Total ) STATE OF KENTUCKY s J County of Breckinridge We, V. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the statement is true to the best of our knowledge und belief. V. J. Piggott, President J, C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of June, 1913. T. N, McGlothlan Notary Public My commission expires Feb. 24, 1914, . Have not run out, but will be Extended with Better Bargains and Easier Prices. 1 s SEE OUR BARGAINS Card of Thanks. CYCLONE FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND Mid Iaturcs I3ngjaKe and Personal Effects of Travelers. IIoufsehold.Good buiHec solicited. Merchandise iu transit. lir I wjsli to thank all my friends and relatives who were so kind ty my dear wife during her illness. I also thank Drs. 57. J. Hall, R. T. Dempster, J. E. Kirijlo and K. C. Ilurued for their dvk awl coiibvltHtion. Df. R. W. MeadQf, H. Unwhir .1 WilsonKy.& Co. Glen Dean, JLSSESSBSBUm&TSSSSBJwShSS .! Mr. Frank Hall ifKttt tttttttjr twebvilto with her pftretrto, Mr. Milton Brown. MV-- Brown in of rhunitin- - Ml wy wt Fw W knew and Lm ( Appetite LanlevUle MstertaM WUt m tto wUea. A tma Uteto tfi wie AtftHmt. T emlto mi equina, ifc Cutr, Ky. W$v Jtarafag Poet ssi BreeckmlQtf nw tk "tlti liihiil H4MIM HHI" with a casJi do-- U for Cwortk Walk. i ! !i : . Vo THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BARRAGE, Editor ami NEWS, Polisher START YOUR CHRISTMAS FUND This is tho time of year to start your Christmas fund. Now, while you can make ofctra dollars on" of your garden or lmrvest. Begin today to save money for Christmas nnd make that time one for which you will ho happily pro pared. j ' ntt&&m&mf i? - ossci 1 "j" pi ssuod Every Wednesday. & CJM..1J DlJiing Enn' 1 r t' - in-Larg- e uyanimes - EIGHT PAGES. ' ft s nil to mII ? i CLOVERFOKT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1913 H f.y , ixM-- i - tmli 11 I p'ofit, what yc t"wt would (s by local freight. I fmndlo eu'iyof fln 'sr Bui Ming Mi to rial Subscription price $1.00 n year in ridvancc. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 5c for ench additional CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of THE FIRST STATE BANK, : Irvington, Ky. 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for nt tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money C. PAYNE, Cashier in advance. 1 tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please Examine notify us. NATURAL COMPASS IN WOODS Tho street car tracks aro in tho center insertion. J. v If tvt rt?T to A F W ! ' i f forests" naturo provides many natural compasses to keep tho traveler straight in his course. For instance, there is a raaturo tree that stands apart from its follows. The bark on this tree will bo harder, drier nnd lighter in color on the south On tho north it will show a side. clump of mold or moss. On the south Mr. Babbagc is at Ilardinsburg overy Monday. side of tho evergreen trees gum will bo hard and amber colored. On tho The raspberry crop this season was burnt up before the rainfall. north sido this gum is softer, generally dustier, and is of a soiled gray hue. Hardwood trees tho oak, tho nsh, entertainments not to ask corres- elms, hickories, mosquito, etc. havo We ask all managers of church pondents for the paper to insert ice cream supper ads free. This is moss and mold on tho north. Leaves pay matter. We take pleasure in reporting all church meetings and aro smaller, tougher, lighted in color and with darker veins on tho south, conventions, but we must chargo for money making announcements. on the north thoy are longer, of darker green and with lighter veins. We urge every subscriber to please send in their renewals two or Spiders build on tho south side. In tho south air plants will three days before your subscription expires. This saves us tho in- selves to tho north sido. attach themlist. If you are going away their tips to tho south. Cedars bend convenience of taking your name oil the Sawed or cut stumps will afford ono for a summer vacation, we gladly change tho address of your paper, of tho compass points, inasmuch as so you will not miss a copy of The Brcckcnridgo News. tho concentric rings aro thicker on the south side. Tho heart of tho stump for the pa t month returned to her home ki thus nearer to tho north side. t week. in Ilardinsburg STEPHENSPORT Theso results are said to bo duo to The Ladiei' Missionary Society of tho influence of tho sun. Stones are the M. E. church will meet Saturday bare on tho south Bide, and if they show any moss at all it will bo on Ibs Minnie Morris, o Kingswood, afternoon, the north. At best, on tho sunny side preached here in the M. E. Chi'rch Sun, The Ladies of the O. E. S. Chapter only a thin covering of harsh, half-drday night. She is v 'siting her parent-- gave an icecream supper in the Masonic moss will bo found. Mr. and Mrs. Arad Morris. Hall Saturday night. The music ret Miss Georgia Fimire, of Chen..ult, tiered by Mi s Alene Cohen and Miss SATIRICAL STRAIN OF HUMOR Mibfl Lilah U. Hawkins and Miss Zehna Henrietta Sr'vely vs enjoyed by all. Lay went from here last week to uke Mr. and Mis. Dr. Shively and daugh- William Winter Wrote of Edwin the teachei's E::.vminat'oj at Hiudin-burter verj the dinner guc-- of Mr. and Booths' Peculiarities, as Ho Had Mrs. E. A. Smith Sunday. Oberved Them. A. B. Gardner, of Chen.ailt, is tne guest of his lather V. B. Ga.dner. At times Booth's humor was satirical. When baby suffers with eczema or Mrs. Floyd Miller and daughter, of some itching skin trouble, use Doan's When leaving a church in Boston after Henderson, were the gue ti of Mr. and Ointment. A little of it goes u long tho funeral of the eminent essayist and critic, Edwin Percy Whipple Mrs. E. H. Miller Saturday and Sun- way and it is safe for children 50j a obsequies which ho had attended in box at all stores. day. company with Lawrence Barrett, and Mrs. Lizzie Pari man, who hrs been at that friend's suggestion,, and during which he had been annoyed as well ill, is improved. TWEHTY6UESTS as amused by tho convulsive facial Mrs. E. A. Blaine and -- on returned contortions of the officiating clergyfrom Florida Sunday. man ho remarked to Barrett: Miss Anna Kincholoe and Emma From "I know Mr. Whipple, but I never Louisville Entertained expected I should bo so sorry to atHelen Howell, of Hardinsburg, were Here Sunday-M- r. And Mrs. tend his funeral." of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fox theR.ir-tWhen a lunatic named last week. George Huber, HostAnd Host- Mark Gray attempted to murder him Godfrey Ha well and daughter, Mr. "King at ess To A Big Dinner At Their in ChicagoII." a performance ofat Mrs. Lilah MeCubblns and daughter, if (April 2, 1879, Richard Ilardinsburg, are visiting Mrs. M. A. theater), firing at him twice Home In The West End McCubblus. with a pistol from a place in tho second balcony, Booth calmly advanced Mrs. Matilda Moorman and grandson Mr. and Mrs. George Huber enter- to the front of tho stago and, pointing Mrs. A. B. Mcafter visiting Mr. and Kaughan for the past two weeks re- tained twenty friends from Louisville at tho madman, directed that he bo Sunday, most of them members of a seized, and then after a brief absence turned to Sturgis Sunday. from tho scene, to reassure his wife, Louisville Men's Club. Mrs. A. B. McKaughan was to see composedly finished his performance. The guests were given a big dinner ho caused ono of tho bullets to her son, A. C. McKaughan, of Clover-por- by the host and hostess It was served Later be extracted from a piece of scenery Sunday and was accompanied in their plum orchard and was a perwhere it had lodged, and had it mountliome by her little grandaughter Elsie fect feast. Fourteen fried chickens, ed as a charm for his watch chain, InMcKaughan. country ham, vegetables, cake and ice scribed: "To Edwin Booth from Mark Mrs. Lewis Smith and daughter were cream and other good things to eat Gray." That sinistor relic ho custothe guests of Mrs. Annie Duckman, of were served in abundance. Such hos- marily wore. William Winter in CoSample, last week. pitality has never been shown before llier's Weekly. Miss Jennie C. Lemon, after being in Cloverport. The guests were: the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith Messrs Henry Huber, Mellie Walter, Just an Indian Story. Tourists visiting most cities of the Fred Becker, Fred Meyer, Joe Huber, Tom O'Schauckensey, Bud Ambrem, United States are the objects of many Will Huber, Mike Dahl, Joe Steerle, quips and jests gotten off at their exJohn Huber, Charlie Rosenbaum, John pense by megaphone men accompanying autos. Smith, Tom Bohler, Chris. Hamman, Tho latter part of January a party Miss Laura Graves, Mrs. Atnby Dan- was being taken through one of tho iels, Miss Emma Hamman, Mr. and nrettier streets of Jacksonville. Fla. OF Mrs. Bud Hoffman, Mr. aid Mrs. Will Hoflious, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and EXCLUSIVE DESIGN children, Master Elmer ' Hoffious, Messrs WicklM'e Moorman, Shelby Conrad, Dick Perkins. Chris Brabandt. la-y -- cational from A IJ C's to sanitation and hygiene will be discussed in full. Mr. Logan Ilickerson has a splendid article on "School Sanitation," and every schoolteacher should carry out his ideas strictly. The school rooms of Brcckcnridgo county certainly need attention, for the majority of them aro anything but sanitary. To Those Vcrced In Woodcraft, NaTHE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. ture Provides Many Guides for will be held at The Brcckcnridgo County Teachers' Institute the Traveler. beginning Monday, July 7. Tho proIlardinsburg woodcraft Those gram for the institute is published in detail, and shows all that's edu- point out well versedin in "trackless oven tho' wcck-aftcr-ncx- t, that of this thoroughfare and small park-- ! ing places aro between tho car lines and tho driveways. In theso parking plots aro hundreds of largo palmettos, Theso plants aro replaced by tho city year by year as thoy die or become injured in any manner. "Oh, tho beautiful palms!" exclaimed a comely matron considerably under thirty. "I do wonder how they came here?" was tho query propounded by another woman tourist. "Lady, thoso palms wero planted there by tho Indians over 200 years ngo," said tho spieler of tho party. Tho women gasped with amazoment, whllo tho men members of tho party suppressed their smiles. Building Hardware, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Finishes.-Building, Concreting, House-mov- irg flnd Raising, Grading, House- Painting and Interior Decorating. 1 I Sm-il- l H.. ! u. itujiu orders icceivo th snino ijrs a. m ii'i . 1 cArvtwl -- it h i'ii :. ....1 u(j)ruciuit'(i. tM. --f. uite'n on us ' ) I fcer a? - - .h.x ' MAfJOK WEA'HEilHO T,I General Contractor V i a3KTX.JwWtWSrfffJ '' Cloverport, Kentucky -- . j?m rv l: FS?aF?:?BrK?1:4S&Bft8&F I GMHSB BwffiSi' l1,JgS lih? rCi' Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Core The worst cases, no matter of how longstanding, are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves l'ain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Cores - j Jeremiah Walters. no other man in Cannelton, Ind , ters, 7O, who has just died of stomach trouble after a brief illness Ills country home. "Lily Dale." was almost the exact geographical center of the country, and in its larno grove had been held almost all the Democratic mass conventions of the last twenty-fivprelimiyears besides many impoii-in- t nary meetings. e tertained as mauy politicians and at his table as Jeremiah Wal- I'erry county had June 22. Probably encan-didHt- es H i j tf- i y r' 5.", 7T-'vWiy- , . . . r.;vvi ..... v . . w i a Wi V mrtr, tc.L lit 1 TT5? - -- . Real harvest. PUT IT AWAY YOUQ OUR- - H P. M5a. Resolutions Adopted By Breckinridge County &WK8KS, sSW&ZZZ&iZ-- ' IT WILL ALWAYS &&&&&Mk:. S VStfsHMBv - DM NK Re- publican Committee. Whereas, our Federal Concress has enacted a law known ns the corrupt practices act, which governs and regulate ths use of monev in federal elections, nnd thereby! Mrgelv eliminates corrupting influence--, which law wns advocated and supported by all political p.irtie-- such a state law was advocated by Ijje platform of both of the old pariesand their candidates In the la.t campaign for state offices, though defeated bv a democratic legislature. Resolutions have been adopted by various county committees, of all political parties, requiring candidates, seeking nominations in the coming Augus-- primary to sign pledges to use no money nor whiskey, and Whereas, the traffic in votes by the use of meney and whiskey is a disgrace to our citizenship, a menace to our republican institutions and representative government, a blight on our civilization, a violation of the laws of God and man, it corrupts and demoralizes our citizens, our officers and our government and is a reproach to our community. It is largely the source ,of all of our civic j evils and many of our social crimes. Therefore Be It Resolved: That we the Republican Committee, of Breckinridge County, urge, recommend nnd insist that no candidate seeking a republican nomination in the coming primary, use either money or whiskey or other (Corrupting influence, and they are hereby required to sign a pledge to this ; t BE HEREWHEI YOU NEEDJT. g. It doesn't matter whether you are a farmer or not, YOUR HARVESi is the money you earn. Who gets the money you earn? The farmer savtl some of his grain for seed. You should put some of yours in the bank ii seed. Nothing will grow if you plant nothing. The money you ha SPENT will not protect your old age' the money you plant in Our Banl WIIX. Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 Safe THE BANK Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. Ky. OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardfnsburg7 Temporary Quarters on the Corner s stage-struc- k Temptation Sale Soon! Watch for Announcement of Date t, Exquisite Summer t , JEWELERY sight-seein- g It Further Resolved: That the Democratic County Committe nnd democratic candidates, who may be nominated in the coming ptimary, be invited to join this committee and the repub Hcan candidates, who may be nominated in said primary, to insist on agreements and secure pledges of all candidates, of all parties, to not use any of these methods, neither money nor whiskey in the regular November election, for county offices, and that we take such steps as will guarantee a compliance with these resolutions. H. M. Beard, Chairman. 1. Raleigh Meador, Sec. effect. Be Dress Goods Ratina, Voile, Swiss, Dimnity, L L,inei in wnite and dirferiift Shades: Shadow ming. Mid-Summ- er Lace, duly Lace and other beautiful trii V YOU are cordially hjvitcd re- Louisville Stock Market. Owing to the large run of cattle on tie market Monday, prices were slow and weak. Strictly choice dry fed butcher cattle were the best sellers, but the prices were 25 cents lower. Choice export steers $7.75 and $8; beef steers J0.5O and 57.5O. The market for calves ruled slow. with the best veals selling at 8 and 8, cents. Hogs were slow and 5 cents lower, selected corn-fenellintf nt $8.55 Sheep and lambs were and $8,50. steady, top lambs sellinn for 7 cents Fat sheep 4 and 4 cents. d call and seo my freshed stock of Jewelry. I i have a now assortment from tho simplest to tho most expensive pieces. jCOMIrMCl 1 Floating Theater Jim iTMi Millinery Cheap Shoes Next Week lil "Sunny Soutli" Hidden Hand" ""l"W" " New Line of Summer I I. B. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. Engagement and Wedding Rings Your tasto and wants given Presenting tho Strongest, Strantrest and Most Sensational v Play over written l"The " -- -- H. E. ROYALTY; PERMANENT Hardinsburg, ::: , spcinl Httentiou at all times. is v I m JSWBLEK. I HwdlJUMfclHML I T.C. LEWIS w Ky. who has been ui Louisville for several weeks under the doctor, returned homo Monday, While he is weak yet from the operation, he Is getting nlong nicely. Mr. Babbagc is at Irvlngton every, I Monday from 4 to 0 p. m,, Mr. J. T. F. Owen, Special added Attraction Dayton, Ohio, Flood Vaudovillo botweon acts. Pictures. High-clas- s DENTIST Kentucky Cumb. Phone 18. Rctldcftce ihtWwun Haute Thursday, June 26, 1913 Office TryaNtw Over Farmers Ban i Want Ad.j They bring quick reaul e Breckenridge,Nws fBDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1913 Mm. Ben Ridfteway and son, James Franklin, have returned homo from Maceo. i4l&&-&m&S?5H&G- Z lttt(t t the l'Mt Offllcc at OlOTcrport, Ky skatcs-$- 4. second class matter. office. l'or Sale Rlchnrdson Will Mil " a ball-beari- or 1. 23. News Picnic At jj Wa.r t s. .a?ah?5l-:5a3S5iSliS3: I- Going to PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE YORK AND CHICAGO lANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES (TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES Miss Jane Crenshaw, of the guest of her sister, Mrs. David Phelps. Mr. B O. Miller, of Owensboro, is visiting her daughter, Mr. Ernest Cottrell. The Rev. Mr". James Walker and family left last Wednesday for Doming, New Versailles, is Notb AdverthoM plcnjp notify tho irtltor when you want ndvertisonu-n- t discontinued. Por Rent Exshaw House COH HENT TI10 Exsliaw liouso opposite 1 tho biisu bnll purlc, (in per month Apply to M lis Katlliirlno Moorman, - , II, ft Ht. L. Shops. spend the 4th Out of Town? Burner's Spring Mexico. Len Gregory has returned from a visit to vhis aiint, Mrs. Rcnfrow, in Ohio July 4, 13 On the nbovo date we will bo glut! to have till comennd spend the day with us. Wo will ninke Lost Watch. LOST Prom tho llrnncli trnln Tuesday be Dean iinilUarflcld, a 10 fcwri wfttclijll. W. Raymond mtikc. Liberal reward to Under L.I). Jones. Irvington, Ky Wanted Help. It so our New Dress Goods will appeal to you Ratine, Crepe Cloth, Voiles, Pongee Silk, China Silk, Messaline Lawns, Flaxons, Poplin, f 2. GO r Precinct mid city Offices $5.00 County Offices. ir State and District Offices,,,..? 15. 00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line for ter All Publications In Ujc inter est o( individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line county. Clarence Penick, Irvington, was here last week visiting his brother, R. M. WANTED A whllo ulrltodoIs liouso work light Ap of fourj work ply nt once. II. Hull, llurdlnshurp. Ky. Penick. Misses Rose and Susie Newton are the guests of Mrs. Tom Brown in Ow- it pleasant for you. Barbecued Dinner, Refreshments and Good Music Candidates Specially Invited. , Nice Piano HALE Nice t'lano at W. II Ilowrner's. Olovorport, Ky. Kor particulars sen .Mr. Ilowmrror write mo.. Ilov. .1. II. Walker. Doming, New Mexico, for Sale For Sale 1 f R. 'flay. C- - LOCAL BREVITIES ensboro. Bring in your country exchange it for shoes at Julian Brown. Thb. Rev. Mr. Cottrell the Kentucky Worker's produce and first cost. is attending Assembly at Heavy colt SALE Two big carpo's. olllce. Heavy Wrapping Paper. wrapping paper for sheets for & cents-N- ews Lumber. For Sale Tar Turk, Ky. Cotton Corduroy, Linen, Gingham. Cham-bra- y, Can furnish n man FOIt SALE hoLumber.want. Chas. TubelliiK. may any bill Miss Eula Robinson is ill. O. Willis went to Louisville Mori- - P. Sawyer was in Louisville Fri dVmW "' '. Misses Susie and Mattie Mack and mother, Miss Joy Howard, of Addison; Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and little daugh- Miss Lucy Hall, Messrs. Oscars and ters, Catherine and Anna Elizabeth, Percy Black', Joe Burke spent Sunday have returned home from Elizabethtown. at'Skillman. They had a nice outing Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donaldson, of and enjoyed a good'luncheon. Bowling Green, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Short Horn. Bull. Jarboe. I have taken out license on'my Short V. G. Babbage was in the upper part Horn Bull known' as Red Ben. Will of the county, last week looking after his interests in the race for County At- stand him at my farm near Cloverport. I also have a fine Duroc Boar will stand torney. Julian Brown. at the same place. Mrs. Will Holsclaw and little daughter, of Louisville, also little Annie Hall, of Holt, spent Friday and Saturday with Sunny South Show Boat. relatives. J. M. Lewis, Ilardinsburg, candidate The famous Sunny South will presfor jailor, was here Saturday mixing ent "The Hidden Hand," a play that with his friends and giving them the meets with general satisfaction. The glad hand. story was written by Mrs. D. E. N. Mr. and' Mrs. Dan Duncan and little Southworth for a purpose which is Pill.- daughterfi'of Hardin Grove, Ind., were filled. It is one of the strongest stories v j$j 'Mrs. J. H. Wilis was mine country guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan ever written, and moreover it posesses week visiting Mrs. Sam Hendrick- - Sunday. none of the questionable suggestions 1 Zmd Mr. and Mrs. W. A. which msny auihors have felt bound to Robert Aiken, Chas. Moorman, of Versailles, Cockerill, Sr., of Louisville, are visiting introduce In stories of human life. You T :,.-1 by the capricious m AHIMtttVU c iturday night to visit her par- - Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill, Jr., in will be fascinated Wl "Capltola" and interested in the Mints. ' I the West End. I MgBen II Ites and little daughter, of Lou- - Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B. Randall arrived strongest character of "Black Donald." flBsville, jlient Sunday with Mrs. M. E. home Friday night from Atlantic City It was iu the latter character that Booth won fame as an 1 WKeith. a where they attended the Master Me- John Wilkes actor. chanics Convention, At the River Thursday evening, June Dr. HUHary Boone, who is visiting 2f?th. his brother, Dr. Ray Boone, of Bards-towwill go to Springfield July 1, to open a tfaptal office. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Pate, of Louisfatty ville, came last week to be with their daughter, Mrs. Fritz 'labeling and three children, who are seriously ill. Lee Yeauer was in town Sunday. He wll91l!!!!llllll!lliji;illl! says the rain has helped his persimmon 15 mfc V ' BEST 1 bushes, and that he expects to have a TheBeauhl nice 'possom farm in a short while. M of Your Fiiiure wmmKi. bone B Dr. E. C. McDonald has returned H nwtfU Realized- home from Princeton where he went to arc(cy(uslom(ocs(ii attend a house party at the home of j Teelli Are Preserved TUSitV. f "yr(gi.j !,), TUU visit his brother. I" by the use of different substances, but Mrs. Woods and to A New CotMt rumuKft! fre This is the last month on our shoe the three most common arc Gold, U tli Bucley Guunlet If Suy Should Rum or tWk, Cement. These filvr and have in hands ofsimple sale. You are missing the opportunity WnKm Ym ol Punh4Mi Dnit. ohtUuces; the skill of your life to get good shoes at whole-kal- e Send for lhi beautiful FaiKion ml oprRtors preserved the teewi cost. Julian. Brown, the one price DooUet thowwg ihe Uutt yylea For Many People nu joitmt 10 rrao. vmjwim cash store, BARCLEY CORSET CO. do the same for many more, rtl and will There will be a picnic at Custer next NEWAKK N. J. Don't hesitate to havyoitr teeth Saturday, June 28, and one at Hauler's fflUWWWWM Headed because you are Hfcquain-1wiH the uiateriaU) and mvohmIs of Sprint; July 4, awl Rd Men's barbacue WANTED: Capable dy to represent feotUtry. They can be mvw)j at Ilardiiwbarg July 4. CamlidatM ant bbve territory, No cocth In tliteWe ttwcli y&u tkp ' ' specially invited. W. A. KALltK, MHHSl0 Oscar JfaGavoek wet to Bttttale lnwMirwi and refer ctwtmr to yo. Bill's show at QvMWro awl bottght a JU'RCLEY COKSKTS aw NOT SOLD t lHin Klnrhil n'l Law i! U IN tTOJtgS. haacUome ww hujty whfiw tf day. Xr. Bush, of Cannelton, was in town Sunday. 'Tnni. Adams, of Holt, wis in town I Saturday. H. V. Harris, of Louisville, was here ' this week. Hubert Bruner, of Union Star, was !here Sunday. I . . .. i l.i , Mrs. Wm. tiomous nas Deen visiting in Evansville. X Allen Pierce, of Glen Dean, was in I .town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Burnett went to Owensboro Friday. Ollie Pate went to Louisville Satur- 'rtar in visit rplntlves. ? Miss Carrie L,ee Tucker will go to Louisville tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Selby McCracken went to Louisville Saturday. Mrs. Roy Beavin is ill of measles at herlliome m Kansas City. esse M. Howard, of Glen Dean, was Louisville Wednesday. Clarence Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'an Bishop, is ill of fever. r. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, of Steph- port, were here Monday. lEd Adams and wife went to Louis- lle JMQ$.iuy io visii ieuuivca. udge Henry DeHaven Moorman nt to Brandenburg yesterday. R. O. Perkins and Joe Mullen took m tiffalo Bill's show iu Owensboro'. Misses Irene Tucker and Eula Robin- (Tson went to Owensboro Thursday. Mr. Waller, of Morganfield, was the guest of Miss Lula Severs Saturday. Squire John Jennings was in Owens boro Friday .tud saw the big show. J. C. Payne, cashier of the Frst Stato iBank, was at West Point Wednesday. f nnv hlrrhpst mnrket nrlce in cash for country oroduce. Julian Brown. 'I Mrs. Mary Allen left yesterday for Louisville to see her niece, who Is ill. Miss Elizabeth Young Skillman is visiting her schoolmate at Princeton. .. Three' burner Standard Oil oil stoves .iat cost at Julian Brown's through June. j Mrs. J. D. Seaton has gone to New Bethel to see her mother, wno is very . Dawson Spring- Mrs. Ike Meyer, of Nashville, Tenn., arrived Thursday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry May.- Mrs. Will Hall and daughters, Nannie and Cecil, spent Sunday at Holt with Mrs. George Hall. Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. John D. Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Board, of Har- dinsburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larken Gibson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones, of Lewis- port, were here - Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reid. Miss Rose Barry, of Charleston, Mo , has arrived to visit her brother, Mr. J. A. Barry and Mrs. Barry. Little Miss Margaret Bentley, of Ilawesville, spent the week end the guest of Master John Cordrey. Mrs. John Black and children, accompanied by Miss Lucile Herry, arrived Thursday night from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Murray went to Selma, Ala., last Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Murray. Jake Weatherholt, of Indianapolis, attended the funeral of his brother-in-laWill Jarboc, who died last Friday. The Rev. Mr. Frank E. Lewis, of Scottsville, has been attending the Biblical Association in Nashville. Hillary Hardin was home from West Point Saturday. Mr Hardin has a position with the Cement Co. there. Wm Mitchell, of Indianap'olis, arrived Monday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs L JL. Mitchell. Jess Willis, of Louisville, was here Sunday to see his mother, Mrs. R. O. Willis, who has been ill three weeks. No Ball at Night BRUNER, H. L. Prop. Dr. Jesse Baucum Come in and examine the line. You'll find the goods interesting and the prices right was accompanied by Messrs. Gordon McGavock. PHONE No. 2-Cloverport, Ky. Abe and yillce Opposite Gibson's Drug Storo R Dentist ..Permanent.. RESIDENT J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. . Miss Mnud Cnstlen, who has been the guest of Miss Ruth Faith, has gone to Owensboro. After a short visit there, she will leave for St. Louis to make her home with her brother. Chns. Adams, of Louisville, Dr.W. B.TAYLOR Dentist Irvington, mmui4wmmmMmw$mw$fim has been Kentucky visiting relatives here and preached one night last week at the home of Mr. mid Mrs. Jacob Miller. lie still has charge of a mission in Louisville. Contractor and Builder. No finer pleasure outing can be had Cloverport, Ky. annual tour to Niagara Falls Cumberland l'liono2.'-than niv and Toronto, Canada. Seventh annual Estimates furnished for all kinds of tour July 15th. Write for literature to work, Write or phone me at Cloverport J. C. Crutcher, Webster, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Geo. Polk, accompanied by her White, came from home physician, Dr. Tobinsport Friday and was operated on at Dr. Simons' Infirmary successfully. Mrs. Rogers is nursing her. ANNOUNCEMENTS For The State Senate We are authorized to announce Clerk of llreckenrldge county, subject to the action of thu Democratic party in Prlmury Election August 2. of IIunllnsliurR, Henry G. Yeager Y JESSR wumvoKTir, Wo aro authorized to announco as a candidate for the Statu Sennte. subject to tlie action of tho DemoYIC. ItOHEItTSON. party, l'rltnarv election AuirtuitS. cratic of Olon Dean, as a candidate for County Court Clurk. of llreckenrldge county subject Wo are autliorlcd to announce to tho action ot the Democratic party. PriI). C. OKAY, mary election August 2. of .Mosido county, as a candidate fortlit'Htato Hunatu, subject to tho action of the DemoWe are authorized to announco cratic party. Primary election August:. For Representative We W. T. 0 It Ell OR Y, Jr. of Ctitrllulil, as a candldale'for County Clerk. subject to the action of the Democratic party arc authorized to aunounco Primary election August For Superintendent Wo 2. John T. Ditto and daughter, Rebecca, of Decatur, 111.; Mrs. D. W. Fairleigh and son, LaRue, and Mrs. John D. Ilabbage spent Saturday ot their old home place, the Franklin Ditto farm at Brandenburg. Miss Klizabeth Lawson leaves this week for her home at Marion, after having a pleasant three months stay with Mrs. James Cordrey. Miss Lawson made herself quite at home here and wai much pleasure to the young people. election Augusts, I'JKJ. Wc arc uutli6rled to announce THE HON. I). II. Sr.YEUS, of Cloverport, as a candidate for Uepruseii-tatlv- e For County JudRC of I'rcckcnndKo county, subject to the action of thu Duuiocratlc Party, Primary Wo arc iiutho:ltd to announeu election Aug. -- . DAVIS llOWEIiL, Wo aro authorized to announce of llnrtllnslmrc, us cuiKlliluto for County JESSE H JIILLEU, county, subjt-c- i to .IucIro of Ilreekunr dtfti tlm action of tlie Keuubllcuii l'urty, primary of Sample, ni a candldato for lleprt suntntlvu of UrtcUeii'ldRti county, subject to tho actulectlori August". ion of thu Democratic party, 1'rlmary election August 2nd. For Sheriff We are nut)iorled to announce Wo ar uuilior ed to niiuouiieu MJOKMAN' DITTO, IIKAKI). AltTHUKT. Hupresun-tatlv- o of (lurdlusburK. us iicuiidldiitu forSlif rlir ot of GlenofDean, as 11 candidate for county, subject to the llrcckcnrtdKO county subject to hu action action of llrcckunrldee tho Democratic party la Primary of tfcn Kupubllcun part, primary election Election August. 'J. Aup. 2. 11 PEYTON It. CLAYCOMII, of Webster, as a candidate for Keprvsciita-tl- o of IlrecUenrldKc county, hubjeci to the action of the Democratic party, Primary Public Schools arc Authorized ts anjiounce J. W. TItEN'T. of Custer, as a candidate for Superintendent ot Public Schools of Ilrccktnrldgu county subject to thu action of the Democratic party In Primary election August 2. authorized to announce II. A. ATEIt, of Inli'jiton, as a candidate for Snpurln-hunduof Public Sehoo s of Hreckanrldgo county, subjtctto the action of tho Democratic party In Primary election August 2nd. nt Wo aro For Sheriff Wo aro authorized to announce of Stephunsport, as a candidate for SherllV of Hreckunrldgo county nublcct to the action of the Domocratl : party, primary election, J. W. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce For County Court Clerk S. T. SMITH. Wo are authorlaed to announce Wo are iiuthorlml to announce J. H. LAYMAN, of Olen Dean, as a candidate for Sheriff of JOHN X. AKEKS, to tho action ot Circuit ltroekenrldge county of IIurdlii'.lmrK. as a caudldutu for County of Elizabethtown, as a candidate for subject the Democratic party, subject election Aug. primary ludeui f the Ninth court Clurk, of IlrockenrlrtKu county, suli-It'- to tho action of the Judicial District, In the S, 1913. Demicratlc party D the action ot thu Id public 111 purty In Primary election August 2. Primary Election August --'. l'J13. We are Ct For Circuit Judge aaasaa wiwim For Commonwealth's Attorney We are author zed 10 announco .1UDUE HENKY DfcllAVEN MOOKMAN of Ilardinsburg. as a candidate for Common- FOR SALE! Three Jersey Cows. Two with authorized to announco T. .1 HOOK, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Sheriff of llreckenrlngu county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party, Primary election August2, 1W13. wealth's Attorney In thu'ith Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary election Aug. 2. 1013. For County Judge. We aro authorized to announce II. F. MATTHEWS, of Atel. as a candidate for Countv Judge of IlrecLchrldgu county subject to the action of the Democratic party, Primary election We ure authorized to announce KINM3Y MILLKIt. of Hardinsburg, as a candldato for Sheriff of thu Democratic party. Pi Inmry election Aug. Ilreckinrldge county subject to the action of For Jailor calves, the gallon other a four cow and bred. J ... KIrs ,;i ; i n, I'll WJ8 ii Hw!9l5 IBiniiiii I ilj. T"V M We are authorlzeJ to announce KOE HOOK. We are authorized to announce of Hardinsburg, as a candid ile for Jailor ut Ilrcckenrldso county, subject to tho action J. M. MULLEN, Respectfully, of Cloveport, us a cundldate for County of the Democrats In Primary Election, Aug. 2. Judge of HrecUenrldgo subject to tho action of the Democratic party, primary election We are authorized to uunounce Augusts O. W. MILLKIt, ot Kirk, us a candidate for Jailor ot llreckWe aro authorized to announce enrldge countv subject to the action ot the JAS. M. WITHEUP, Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. of Kirk, as a candidate for County Judge, ot lireckenrldge countv, subjtctto the action We are Authorized to announeu of the Democratic Party, Primary election TI0E HENDKICK. Aug 2. as a candldato for Jailor of Ilreckeurldge Wo are authorized to announce county subject to tho action ot the DemocraSnubbed. SAM H. DIX. tic party at the August Primary. Several medical men and a newspa- of Stephensport, us a candldato for County subject to per man were visiting an Insane asy- Judge of Hreckunildgo county,party. PriWe ure authorized to announce the action of tho Democratic .1. M. LEWIS, lum. Tho omployo who was showing mary election August 2nd. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor, them about pointed out a man who We are authorized to announeu subject to the action ot the Dumocrat party considered himself tho Lord. lu tho August Primary. l)It. It. T. DEMPSTEIt. Tho newspaper man, truo to his In- of (Hen Dean, as a candidate for Countv Wo ro authorized to announce stincts, seeking to havo an lnteniow, Judge of Ilreckunrldgu county, subject to tne action or inu Democratic party rrjmury CALVIN IIENimiCK. Jit., asked tho Insane ono whether ho real- elect'ou, August 2nd. ot New Helliul, as a candidate for Jailor, ly made tho earth in soven days. subject to the action of the Detnyoratic PriWo are authorized to announce Tho latter gave him a look of utter mary Election Augusts. 11113. MIKE MILLKIt. contempt and said as ho passed on: of Hardinsburg. as a exiidlrtiito for County For Assessor "I'm not In tho mood to talk shop!" Judge of llreckenrldge county subject to thu action of thu Democratic party. Primary election August 2. Wo ure authorized to announce HEN'ItY CAHHMAN For Colitity Attorney of Raymond, us a candidate for Assessor of llreckenrldge county, subject lo tlieactlou Do you realize thofuct that thousandso of tho Democratic party In Primary Election We are authorized to announce August 2. My Deputies: Korrent Jennings, women are now using V. O. UAIHIAaE, Cloveruort: Joel liruner. Custer; Tuylor of Cloverport. us u candidate for County At- Tate. Hurdlusburgj JumesC. Muttlngly, Ax-t- il. torney of HrecUenrldgo county, subject to tho action of thu Duuiocratlc party, Primary election August Sod We ure authorized to uunounce ANDREW I). SQUIRES We aro uuthorlzud to announco of Harned. us u cundtduto for Assessor of juuoe 11. 0. m unit ay. Hreckenrldgo comity subject to the uction ot A Soluble Antiseptic Powder ot Hardinsburg, us a candidate, for County the Democratic purty. prlmury election Aug. nmo-crutl- c subju-- t 2ud. ss a remedy for mucous membrane af- Attorney, ut the to tho action of the August l'rinrtry. purty August 2, IBIS. P. M. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. 11 SPECIAL TO WOMEN rivvfene AI m rjird. , fections, such as soro throat, nasal or Wo aro authorized to announce For County Court Clerk pelvic catarrh, Inflammation or ulcera. JOHN W. KENNEDY. ills? Women who tion, caused by female ot Ilarc'od. us a cundldate for Assessor ot We are authorized to annourv;o havo been cured say "It Is worth Its Breckinridge county subject to the action qt JOHN K. MONARCH. the Democratic, purty, Prlmury election Aug weight in gold. ' ' Dissolve in water and apply locally. For ten years tho Lydia ot Kirk, us a candidate toi County Court E. Pinkham Medicin Co. has reeom-mH- ld Paxtitw in their privaU with woman. t For all hygiwiic ami toilet us8 it has no equal. Only p0oR lartf box at Dru -- thr. ' gitts or imt paatpaia a raoalpt ef priaa. Vw Faxto Totlat Co., BoitoR, Maaa. Subscribe j o c i, r ' 1 ' Again Speed donned Ma runhtag-ml- t panic, and a for hla toot what frightPaWMBajaaapaaaMaMaiaiaMa'aaawaaaaaMaMaMawaMawawiaMa'aMaaBI and took t the road for hta farewell ful execution It would wortel But It practice. Again WllMe followed at a were better to lone a foot than a foot dlstanco on horseback, watching the race, under present condition, m he hills warily. But all hope had Hod began lo unlace hla shoe. Then realfrom tho Yale mnn now, and ho re- izing the value of circumstantial eri turned to his training-quarterdis dence, he paused. Nol Hie disability heartened, resigned. must bear all tho earmarks of an accl Ho was not resigned, howover, to dent. Ho must guess the location ol the visit he received later from ' Miss his smallest and least Important toe, Helen Blake That young lady rushed nnd trust tho rest to his marksman In upon him Hko a miniature cyclone, Bhlp. Visions of ba sweeping him off his feet by tho fury set him, and when he pressed the of her denunciation, allowing him no muzzlo against the point of his shoe opportunity to speak, until, with a his hand shook with such a palsy that , ho feared ho might miss. He steeled she demanded: A Romance of Strenuous "Why why did you deceive me?" himself with the thought that other Affection "I love you!" Wally said, as if no men had snuffed out life Itself in this Dp REX BEACH further explanation were necessary. mannerf then sat down upon the floor SuRgeitcd by the Plar by Rex a general conference; events were "That oxplalnB nothing. You mndo nnd cocked tho weapon a second time BcaOi nnd Paul Armstrong shaping themsolve's too rapidly for sport of me! You couldn't lovo mo Ho wondered if tho shock might, by Illustrated by Edgar Dert Smith him to cope with. Once the three were nnd do that!" any chance, numb him into unconalone ho lost no time in making his sciousness. If so, ho might bleed to "Holon!" "I thought you were so fine, so death before assistance arrived. But predicament known, the while hla fc strong, but you lied yes, that is what ho hnd nothing to do with that. The Copyright, 1M0, by llarpcr ilrotticrs friend listened in amazement. "Dut Is it renlly so serious?" the you did! You fibbed to me tho first only question was, which foot. Hero-gardeXV. pHAPTER day I mot you, nnd you've been fibbing them both tenderly. Thoy lattorasked, finally. "It's life or death. There's a homi- ever since. I could never, never care were nice feet, and had done him N a dnzc, Speed saw his many favors, Ho loved ovory too; "I have had this wagon twenty-tw- o years, and friend mount the porch pain- cidal maniac named Willie guarding for a man who would do that." "Who has told you theso thlngB?" they wero almdst llko Innocent childuring that time it cost me only $6.00 for repairs, and fully; in a daze, he shook mo daytimes, and a pair of renegades "Roberta, for one. Sho opened my dren. It waB a dastardly deed to take that was for setting two tires." ' his hnnd. Subconsciously who keep watch at my window all eyes to your baseness." of them thus, but ho ad ho beheld Lawrence Glass night. The cowboys bathe me in ice- 'And after twenty-tw- o year3 of daily use in good "Well, Roberta has a grudge against vanced tho revolver until it pressed come panting Into view, water to toughen me, and feed me raw and bad weather and over all kinds of roads, I will throw up his hands at sight meat to make me wild. In every cor- my sex. She's engaged to all tho men firmly against the outsldo of his left put this wagon against any new wagon of another sho hasn't nlrcady married. Marriage-i- foot, then closed his eyes, nnd called of Covington, and cry out In ner thero lurks nn nssassin with ormake that you can buy today." a habit with her. It has made her upon his courage. Thero came a tongue. When he ders to shoot me if I break training, a strange suspicious " great roaring in his cars. everywhere I go some "Studcbaker wagons are built of d regained his faculties he broke into lumber How long ho sat thus waiting for criminal feels my biceps, pinches my "But you did deceive me, didn't you" and tested iron and steel. Even the paint and varnish the conversation harshly. "Will you marry me?" asked J. Wal- tho explosion ho did not know, but are subjected to a laboratory test to insure wearing "What have you dono to yourself?" legs, and asks how my wind Is. I tell llngford Speed. ho opened his eyes at length to find a toe," explained tho ath- you, I'm going mad." "I broke qualities." "And the worst part of it is," spoke "The Idea!" Miss Blake gasped. tho foot still intact, and tho muzzle lete. "No wagon made i subjected to as mnny testa or is more Glass, sympathetically, "they'll bump of tho weapon pointing directly at his "Will you?" "You broke a too?" carefully made than a Studcbaker. You can buy them of Stude-bak"Please don't speak that way. When instep. He altered his aim hurriedly, dealers everywhere." "He broke a toe!" wailed Glass, mo off first. It's a pipe." "Dut, Wally, you can't run.'' a man cares for a woman, he doesn't when, without warning of any sort, a faintly. "Don't listen to tho dealer who wants to sell you a cheap "Don't I know It?" deceive her he tells her everything. man's figure appeared silhouetted wagon, represented to be 'just as good' as a Studebakcr." "If it's nothing but n toe, it won't "Don't I?" seconded the trainer. You told me you were a great runner, against the window. Farm wagons, trucks, dump wagons nnd carU, delivery hurt your running." Speed seized ea"Then why attempt the Impossible? and I believed you. I'll never believe Tho figure dropped noiselessly to wagons, buggies, surreys, depot wagons and harness of all kinds gerly upon tho faintest hope. you again. Of course, I shall behave tho floor inside tjio room, and cried, in or the same high standard as the Studcbaker vehicles. "No. I'll bo all right in a few Call tho race off." "It's too late. Don't you understand? to you in a perfectly friendly manner, a strango voice: Covington spoke carelessly, weeks." , See our Dealer or utile cm. Tho bets are made, and it's 'pay or but underneath tho surface I shall bo "Lock those doors! Quick!" hla eyes bent upon Jean Chnpln. play.' The cowboys have mortgaged consumed with indignation." Miss Finding that it was no hallucination, to run "You've STtJDEBAKER South Bend, Inrl. Blake commenced to bo consumed. Speed rose, calling out: "What!" Covington dragged his their souls on me." NEW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER "See! You don't acknowledge your "He was makin a play for that little "Who are you?" glance away from the cheeks of his MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND. ORE. perfidy oven now." doll" sweetheart. Tho stranger darted "What's tho use? If I said I couldn't across tho room and bolted both "Don't you call Miss Blake a doll. "I I'm sick. You'll have to." run, and then beat tho cook, you'd be- doors, while tho other felt a chill of "Don't bo an idiot, Wally. I can't Larry! I won't stand for it!" lieve I deceived you again. And sup- apprehension at theso sinister precau"Well, 'skirt,' then." walk!" "Why don't you cut it? There's a pose that I can't beat him?" explained, with pride of one Helen tions. Ho grasped his revolver firmly "Then I shall know they have told while his heart thumped. Tho fellow's displaying her own handiwork: "Mr. train East at midnight." "And leave Helen like that? Her me tho truth." Speed defends the Flying Heart toappearance was anything but reassur"And if, on tho other hand, I should ing: he was swarthy and morrow. You are Just in time to see faith in me has weakened already; she'd hate me If I did that. No! I've win" Miss Blake's eyes fell "Helen, his clothes wero ragged, his overalls him." would you marry mo?" Speed started wero patched; instead of a coat, ho "When did you learn to box, Wally?" got to face it out!" "They'll be slngin' hymns for both toward her, but she had fled out Into wore a loosely flapping vest over a Covington was genuinely amazed. tho twilight. black sateen shirt, long sinco rusted "I'm not going to box. It's a foot- of us," predicted the fat man. "I don't care. They can boll me in out to a nondescript brown. ' race. I'm training been training ever Dusk was settling over stretches of oil I won't let her think I'm a cowsince I arrived." "I've been trying to get to you purple land, and already tho room was weqk," announced tho mysterious for a ard." In his bewilderment the vispeopled by shadows. Work was over; itor hoarsely. "Larry doesn't have to stay." might have unwittingly betrayed his there were sounds of cheerful prepara"Of course not. He can escape." friend had not Jean suddenly inquired: do you want? Who are THE HEART "Not a chance," said the trainer. tions for supper; from the house came you?" ABSOLUTELY "Where Is Uoborta?" "Roberta!" Covington tripped over "They watch me closer 'n they do faint chords of laughter. "I'm Skinner, cook for tho OF THE FIRE PROOF It was the hush that precedes tho ono of his crutches. "Roberta who?" him." THEATRE, Covington considered for a moment. evening as it does tho dawn; the hour "Why, Roberta Keap, of course! EUROPEAN "Tho man I raco?" SHOPPING AND She's chaperoning us while mother is "It certainly looks bad, but perhaps of reverie, In which all music is sweet, "Not so loud." Skinner was stralu- PLAN ONLY the other follow can't run either. Who and forgotten faces arise to haunt. away." OFFICE DISTRICT won't, eh? Who Is boss here, I'd llko is he?" Tho hero of countless Speed stood where tho girl hadfieft to know?" "A cook named Skinner." him, miserable, hopeless, helpless. And turned pale, and seemed upon the "They've bet a lot of money. And "Happy name! Well, s point of hobbling back to "Nigger of certainly his love was lost. He had you know how they feci about that a sprint is in the start. How does stayed on in the stubborn supersti- phonograph." Mlko's buckboard. tious belief that something would "You and she are old friends, I be- Wally get in motion, Lawrence?" "It's the most idiotic thing I ever "Like a sacred ox." Glass could not surely happen to relieve him from his heard of. Whatever possessed you, lieve?" Helen Interposed. Most Modern Hotel predicament fortune had never failed Wally? If the men make a row, I'll "Yes! Oh, yes!" Culver flashed his conceal his contempt "I'll give him some pointers; it will him before and Instead, every day, have to smuggle you and Glasr. over chum a look of dumb entreaty, but into all help." But Speed was nervous every incident, had served to involve to the railroad Speed was staring round-eyeHere in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, and awkward so awkward, in fact, him deeper. Now sho knew! It was you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a space, striving to read the future. "fm for that," camo the voice of new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other Helen started to fetch her just as that tho coach finally gave it up as a her golden heart that had held her Larry. first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms arc true thus far, but could any devotion tho pallid chaperon was entering the bad job, saying: "I suppose it's all my fault," Miss exceptionally 'low and so are the prices for our excellent "It's no use, Wally, you've got fool survive the sight of humiliation such Blake began wretchedly, whereat the door. Restaurant service as he would suffer on the morrow? Al- object of their general solicitude took Sho Bhook hands with Covington. feet." nii"cintly Furnished Rooms with hot nnd The Cafe Is In charco of Experts and tho "I have, eh? Well. I didn't break ready he heard the triumphant jeers on nn aspect of valor. She observed that he was too deeply colli running water and prlvutp culslno and service is unexcelled. Our CI flft of the Centipede henchmen, the angry 3X.UVJ "Say, what is all thi3 fuss about? affected at sight of her to speak, and them getting out of jail." prices nro roost moderate. Luropean service. tollut, pur day but choice or club breakiast, each "The less said about that jail the clamor of the Flying Heart, tho mock- - I don't want to be smuggled anyit awakened fresh misgivings in her 30c Furnished Rooms w 1th ilng laughter of his rival. better. I'm in trouble myself." 1.JW pefron d'hote luncheon from 12:00 to mind. where, thank you!',' 1'rivate Bath, per day Table 50c Speed might have explained that his 2:00 p. m.,per pur&ou He groaned aloud. Forsooth, a "I may not be able to square my d'y do! I didn't know you $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Table d'doto dinner, from 6:00 to $1.( chum's dilemma was by no means so broken toe! Of all the countless tens men," Chapln reiterated. "It muy have were here!" he stammered. B:0O p. m., per person gone too far." Larue Sample Rooms with "I thought it would surprise you!" serious as he imagined, had not $2.50 Rithtkeller optn from 4.00 p. m. to 1.00 a. m. riwte Bath, per day watchman Willie thrust his head "Square! Square! Why should you Roberta smiled wanly, amazed at her Music by the Tlnest Orchestra In the City through the open window at that modo any squaring? .I'm not going to own then froze in her ment with the remark: run away." Miss Blake clasped her Reservations should bo mado whenever possible. tracks as Jean announced: "Time to get busy!" Culver. hands and breathed a sigh. "Jack will be home got ROBT. B. JONES. Manacer. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mcr. "We'll be right with you!" Glass to stay liere and run a toHe'll bo delighted to see you!" IIotjsi, Patixx, Chattanoogn, Tenn., and Hotel Ansucy (open May 12, 1913), seized his protege by the arm and bore morrow." J. Walllngford Speed offered a diverAtlanta, On., under tamo management and ownership. i sion by bursting into a hollow laugh. him away, muttering: "Stick it out, "Don't be a fool, Wally!" Coving-to'TSJE3I in league brother, wo'm nfinrln t)m end!" Now that tho world was added his voice to the others. to work his own downfall, it was time Speed whirled angrily. "I don't some one else had a touch of sufferneed your advice convict!" The ing. To this end ho inquired how the champion hobbled Instantly out of but Fresno was nearer the truth. "Nothing of the eort," hegremarked, range. "I know what I'm doing. I'm too had como to be broken. HER FRIENDS going to run "I broke it in Omaha automobile ac- NOW and I' stand a and struck a match; "he's bluffing!" As for Helen Blake, she shook her good chance to win." cident." Culver was fighting to masMr. Fresno, if ho had been a girl, fair head and smiled Into the nlgbt. ter himself. HARDLY KNOW HER "You are all wiong," she said. "I would have been said to have giggled. "Omaha! Did you stop In Omaha?" "All right, Dearie! I'll bet you live know I " inquired Jean. hundred dollars " as thero emerged "A city of beautiful women," Speed To be continued from the darkness, whenco they had reflected, audibly. "Somebody step on But This Does Not Bother Mrs. approached unseen, Stover, and beyour foot at a dance?" liiery, Feed and A Texas Wonder hind him the other .men. "No, of course not! I don't know Burton, Under the "Evenln'l What's nil tho exciteStable Circumstances. TheTqxas Wonder cures kidney and ment?" greeted tho leader, softly. Tho master of the ranch stopped bladder troubles, removing gravel, Bus Meets all Trains forward. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Houston, Texas. In an interesting "I Lovo Youl" Wally Said. "See here, Bill, I'm sorry, but I rheumatism, nnd all irregularities of letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton won't Btand for this " the kidneys and bladder in both men writes as follows : "I think it is my duty of thousands of toes In Christendom, "Why not?" queried tho foromnn. and women. Regulates blafcler troubtho "I Just won't, that's all. You'll have to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, uponono ho had hung his salvation les In children. If not sold by your had proven weaker than a ree"d. to call It off." the woman's tonic, has clone for me. druggist will be serjt by mall on reWhat cruel Jest of Fate was this? If sorry, too." "I'm 1 was down sick with womanly trouble, Fate had wished to break a too why "You refuse?" Louisville Evenit Tho owner spoko ceipt off 1. One small bottle is two had sho not selected, out of all tho bil- ominously. and my mother advised several different mouths' treatment and seldom fails to and Breckenridge one year f3.5U. treatments, but they didn't seem to do lions at her disposal, that of somo "You bot ho does!" WIlllo pushed perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2q20 me any good. I lingered along for three other athlete than Culver Covington himself forward. "This Olive street, St. L,ouis, Mo. Send for is ordained, and it comes off on time. I Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug-- ! or four months, and for three weeks, J even his own. J. "Walllngford Speed started sud- make bold to Inquire if you're talkin', OVER 65 YEAM' was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for denly gists. Advertisement. and paled. Ho had remembered for our runner?" EXPERIENCE any one to walk across the floor. that no ono could force a crippled man "Gentlemen, I can only say to you My husband advised me to try Cardui, to run. Goes To Montana. that for myself I want to run!" dethe woman's tonic. I have taken two "By Jove," he exclaimed, "I'll do it!" clared Speed. bottles of Cardui, am feeling fjtie, gained Hubert Piggott, formerly of .Irving-ton- , e Ho crossed quickly to tho "Then you'll run." 15 pounds and do all of my housework. who has been stationed in the door and looked in. The room "I refuso to allow it," Chapln deFriends hardly know me, am so well." was empty. The supper-bel- l pealed clared, and instantly there was an North, has received a Government ap- Tradc Marm If you suffer from any of the ailments out, and he heard tluj answer angry murmur; but before it could pointment to Qillmun, Montana, to DESIGN COPYRHiHTa 4c. It. Now was tho ajpointed moment; take definite shape, Speed spoke up take charge of an Irrigating conso common to women, don't allow the urooa sending a sketch and dMcrtptlon maf onlulnu freu whuthar ih with equal decisiveness. Begin taking ho might have no other. With tract for that state. Mr, Piggott Is a milclclv luntrtaill our patentable. CoaiuHiula. on trouble to become chronic. Covington Forward liiYvuuon Is probably Hobbled tread ho slipped into tho' sleeping-quarter"You carl't refuse to let me run, mechanical and electrical engineer, tloiustrlctlrcoctJdeutlal. HANDBOOK ouPt tut.-- , Cardui It is purely vegetable, Crutches, sant free. OMeit bkciict w cariuir pataoia. ' returning in a moment with Jack. There are reasons" he searched t'aiauts taken tiirouaii muuii X Co. racalvft its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural a Is wclat fuAic. without ooaraa. In tha revolver. He stared thankfully at Kiss Blake's countenance "why I nnd he tains heart!!? cottratulated I went moto- way on the weakened womanly constitu anybody la Omaha on his appolntnwnt, Aside from his the weapon better this than dishonor. must run and win. And win I shall!" ring" tion. You tun no rick in trying Cardui. "Why dlda't I think of It before? Turning, he stalked away into the wwk, Mr. Plggott xpect to enjoy " iruaaetnalf Illustrated weeklr. TrM( It has ben helping weak women back to It'a perfectly simple. I'll accidentally darkness, and daL cuiatton or aor atiantUlo Journal. Tarnie. i there followed him a deer hu&ting a "Not at all." aaari roar uatha. iL aoldLtall health and strength for more than 50 shoot sayself in the foot!" . sheut of approbation from the "Who was with you?" Mtoe years. It will Irtlp you. At all dealers. But even as he gased at the gas he was ominously ewt. viice saw that the muule wu aa large m Jack Chapln threw up his baade. , "N neWdy I knew." Writ to: CMiunootw Mktt, Co.. xatkn, dteajMiM, topwtlmm. Far "I've doae y beat" v "Dom that mean that you wwe Adviapfy Deat.. ChalUiKKic. Ttn fpr Sytcm a gopherhele. A bullet at that sis wlM. oMaJag Dwb'i wpuld aisle a abl u k Tm .wim'a m4lH mtei CtovisusiAa. tofiiteu.ll Mo mAcIm, I'tatUaaat fee Veawo.'' vvot In fUia mwm, i?" Ad. New? b at 41 aloraa. . Going J "Ye. I stopped off between tmlM to view tho city, and took a 'Seeing Omaha' ride. Tho yap wagoa upset, and I broke my too." "You lc:ft Chicago ten days ago," said Speed accusingly. "Of course, but when I broke my toe I had to stay. It's a beautiful city lots of fine buildings." "How did you like the Jail?" "What in the world are you boys talking about?" queried Miss Blake. "Mr. Speed seems amused at Culver's accident." Roberta gave him a Btinging look. "Now we'd better let Culver go to his room and freshen up a bit. I want to talk to you, Helen,", and Speed drooped at tho meaning behind her words. Dut it was time for s blood-poisonin- g half-sob- 'Studebaker wagons certainly last a long time9' s M low-browe- d air-drie- er "Sh-h-h!- " late-come- r "W-wh- at , field-day- s two-third- Hotel Henry Wattersoiij Louisville's d "H-ho- 1 self-contro- l, t, foot-rac- o n Subscribe Now icnioEllollollolcjoi Ball & Miller foot-race.- aooooo Hardinsburg, $3.50 foot-rac- o bunk-hous- jjjrnjra .A 1 cow-me- n cat-llk- o to-da- y. s, 1 "Joy-rido?- ert $ckBtiirc jm Cha-;j1b- 's ranefc-mm- La' fc-B WILSWVrSll!!!! Try a ui Want . Altera k Report ot th condition of The LODBURG j THOSESUDDEN TWINGES Clo-verpo- FARMERS BANK, r, nrutrer, of Frvmlre, vtiJtcd f Jrjd Krou.Mi last bmulay. Mrs. Alaska Hnrdin ntul baby, of St. wis, have Arrived fornn indefinite "istt, htr parents, Mr. iuiU :Irs. Hen liar- n, Alaska mul sister, Annie l.ee, win ' in sometime in the near future. The mtfrttut tliov Invo will not irivc thetll a Vacation until July or August. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys ana sou llert, of West l'oint, and Mr. and Mrs. ewitt Payne, of Mystic, were guests of tr. and Mrs. Allen Handy Saturday. , Will Dotson, of Pryinirc, and Mis lrtie Heard, of Hardinsburg, Roscoe ieys and Miss Kula Adkisson, of ltho- lia, were the dinner guests of Miss (iua Hardin last Sunday. Miss tfezic Orenduff, of Webster, is guest of Mrs. Jess Payne. I'iAn. Ida Nottingham visited her bncle, T. Dutschke, of Holt, Saturday Hnd Sunday. The ice cream supper given by Sam own last Saturday night was quite a ucccss. fn, We and Jess Miller, for Representative, were in SHJWdates town last week. JrtVs. Ida' Nottingham attended the ice krtani supper at Stephensport, and was the guest of Mrs. I,ute Roberts. Scvitcm. Claycomb Take Plenty of Time to Eat. There is a saying that "rapid eating slow suicide." If you have formed ithe habit of eating too rapidly you are st llkelv sufferinsr from indigestion or constipation, which will result even Mially in serious illness unless corrected. Meestion begins in the mouth. Food s rt Bring Suffering To Many A doing business At the town of Hardlns-bursCounty of Breckinridge, State Reader. of Kentucky, at the close of business on the 4th day of June, 10M. Pain is nature's signal of distress. RESOURCES. A warning not to be Ignored. 02 $ 87,907 Loam and Discounts.. Those sharp twinges in the back Overdrafts, secured and un- 801 35 Those sudden, stab-lik- e pains when scurHl Stocks, lionds and other Sestooping, 'U70 00 curities. .. Arc frequent signs of kidney trouble; 8,376 40 Due from Banks... Signs that must not be neglected. 4,433 48 Cash on hand f IO7 flj To remove kidney pains, you must Checks and other cash Items Banking House, Furniture assist the kidneys. 7,373 00 and Fixtures 06 37 Use a tested andtprovon kidney rem Other Real Estate. . t ; edy. . Included Other Assets not 1,HS0 39 None more highly endorsed than under any of above heads. Doan's Kidney Pills. '.$114,902 56 Total J. A, Halrd, farmer, R. F. D. No. 5, LIABILITIES Hartford, Ky., says: "I used only one Capital Stock paid in, in cash f 5,000 00 box of Doan's Kidney Pills, but that 7,000 00 was all I needed to cure me of kidney Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less exweakness For some time, I hnd bcon 839 51 troubled with sharp twinges across my, penses and taxes'paid.... Deposits suDject loins and other symptoms of kidney $2S,a47 87 to check complaint As I heard Doan's Kidney Certifi- Demand 00 cates of Dep'st Pills highly recommended, I got a supTime Deposits.. 03,611 03 ply and was cured." 00 Certified Checks ' For snle byn all dealers. Prlco 50 Cashier's checks' Co., Buffalo, 38 05 91,92752 cents. outstanding... Due Banks and Trust Com New York, sole agents for the United CO panics States. 00 Notes and Bills Rediscount'd CO Remember the name Doan's and Unpaid Dividends 00 take no other. Advertisement. Reserve for taxes 00 Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included 105 50 under any of above heads. . PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. ITS MANY ECONOMIES. By Martha McCulloch Williams. A dollar's worth of paper bags will bo amplo to cook for any avcrngo family throughout a month. Add n box of clips at ten cents they will bo good for nnothor month, and still an-oth- CITY PROPERT- Y- -- HIGH' ST. HOME J, , Foster-Milbur- PLANTS hould be thoroughly masticated and Insalivated. Then when you have a lullness pf the stomach or feel dull and 'S stupid after eating, take one of Many severe cases Tablets. b stomach trouble and constipation ave been cured by the use of these Itabiets. They are easy to take and linost agreeable in effect, Sold by all dealers. Cham-teerlain- HARejWS. It u oieve oray, 01 jomsviuc, wire to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs 'Joe Gray. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Kirk, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and .-, . .,... , e,. , Frank Davis. rs. Andrew Squires, who has been the sick list for some time, is itn- ing slowly, ss Nancy Board, of Garfield, is with niece, Miss Bessie Weatherford, for;a days. day. ro. W. R. Oldham fdled his regular '....$114,962 56 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY! Sct County of Breckinridge J Agricultural Experiment Station We, Matthias Miller and Jno. D. Cashier of the Shaw, President and Examine Plants That Caused above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the Death of Hardinsburg Boy-Pl- ant best of our knowledge and belief. Matthias Miller, President. of Many Names. Jno. D. Shaw, Cashier. sworn to before me Subscribed and this 13th day ot June, 1013. 2 A letter from the Agricultural ExperiA. R. Kincheloe, ment Station of the State University of Notary Public. My Commission Expires January 11, Kentucky division of Entomology and Botany is as follows: I9I6. Mr. Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky., Victor Beauchamp left Tuesday for Dear Sir: In reply to your communication addressed to the Experiment StaChicago where he will make his home. of two of tion transmitting specimens Our hearts were made sad to learn the death of Mrs. Dr. Raymond Meador, plants, one of which is believed to have of Custer, as she was well known in our caused the death of a boy, I have to say town, having been here often visiting that the plants are the following: 1. Water hemlock (cictita niaculata), a friends and relatives. Among those who attended the funeral at Garfield from well known poisonous plant to which this place were: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce the following names are applied: Wild beaver poison, Moorman, Mrs. Steve Davis, Misses hemlock, snakeweed, spotted hemlock, cowbane, children's May Pile and Bessie B. Weatherford. etc. The poisonous Myrtle Beauchamp bane, Misses Nannie-j- . left Tuesday for California to be with principle isj found iuj the leaves, seeds their sister, Mrs. Joel Gillingwaters, who and stem, but chiefly in the roots. The latter are soinetimcs eaten by children is in ill health. We regret to gtc up wish them success in who mistake them for horseradish, parthese girls, but snips, or other harmless plants. The their future home. symptoms of hemlock poisoning are: Miss Isabell Moorman and Mrs. Bruce Vomiting, staggering, unconsciousness, Moorman were in Hardinsburg Thurs- convulsions, followed frequently by death-of-ma- JIS0N0U8 death. The plant ointment here Sunday. Bro. J. Duggins is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. May and daugh- er, Miss J.iman, speiu aunuay as we guests of Mr. and M rs. Joe McCrumes. Mrs. C. h. Bruington and Mrs. B. F. May were in Hardinsburg Saturday. Misses Nera Milner and Mary McCoy, Sun- - If country. Now is the time to get rid of your Prickly lettuce (lactuca scariola), a cent rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e common weed in Kentucky, but not as bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and far as known to me, poisonous. see how Quickly your rheumatic pains YoUrs very truly, II Carman. ' disappear. Sold by all dealers. Shake Off Your Rheumatism. is regarded as the most poisonous of any occurring in this in careful hands and tho Is still Inconsiderable. Add still further fifty cents for greasing a pound of lard, hnlf a pound of butter, half a pound of drippings and tho totnl I3 still moro than moderate. Notwithstanding, It Is moro thnn plenty ot us would caro to spend monthly merely In tho Interest ot flavor or oven of ease. Plonty moro of us llko to tako duties laboriously, feeling that thus wo win to tho kingdom of thrift. So if thero wero no economic offset, paper has cooking would have to bo reckoned" cither a fad or a luxury. It la neither It has como to stay. Say you pay thrco to four dollars a month for gas which Is about a fair average. If tho paper bag cooking cuts this a third, it has nlmost paid for itself at ono fell swoop. Next comes tho saving In quantity of food cooked. .Paper bag cooking is to ahead there. In pot cooking tho scales show a shrlnkago treble that ot bag cooking. This is a saving well worth while, yet far from telling tho whole story. Things nourish better they are moro readily digested. Set this extra nourishment at ot the food cost, and the food cost for a family ton dollars a week. Right thero you have moro tho prlco of bags, grease, clips, etc. almost tno cost of tho gas. But even then tho sum in domestic economy Is just fairly begun. Paper bag cooking saves thus negatively by preventing loss and Insuring full edibility, but positively and in many, many ways, as, for example, in the food bought. Hound steak is moro nourishing than any other but the fact has been held to be offset by tho extra dentist's bill the eating of It necessitated. Paper bag cooking makes it as tendor as porterhouse itself moreover, there is no bone to bo thrown away nothing but clear meat. And the favorable dlfterenco in prlco runs from eight to ten cents tho pound. Living is dearer in every way tho ono possiblo alleviation of this increasing cost, without skimping of appetites, Is in buying things less costly and so cooking them as to make the difference ail in their favor. Paper bag cooking will do it; it has done it for me. Let's recapitulate Say ono uses ono hundred and fifty bags In tho month, and then allow cents for clips, lard, butter, and dripping. This gives an initial debit of two dollars beginning the account thus: out-la- y one-fifth one-fourt- h bag-cooke- d B 9E,Ib snuff' piH'3J HiMliMniL uH 1a 4BAHMBB iiifrH.it B VHflB PBH AiM.. .. rfBBBBJBBBBl HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building 2 floors 10x40; fur- nace, bath, lnundry, basement, natural jxas, hot wnter and all modern improvements. Location ideal; property rents for $240 a year. Price .$2,730, cash. If you want a nice home this is your chance, line best place on earth is tho hy not have ono that is beautiful place you call home. and convenient i i REAL ESTATE AS AN INVESTMENT Thero is none better. Tho man who puts his money into real estate is safe. He can go to bed secure in the knowledge that the earth will be there and that his property is protected by insurance. Put your money in home ground where you can watch your investment. one-ten- th Write or ask Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. about this beautiful home. S Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to make money is to buy land inOBrcckenndge county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in nil this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge count' has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and the Ohio river. The people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in tho last ton years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, write your name and nddres"and we will keopyou inj touch with our bargains. I 'Ml not-onl- Wanted Small Farms We have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If you have u small farm well improved, good level land, list it with us mid we will do the'rost. No. 1. A 1CS Kentucky Fair Dates. Sells Big Lot of Lumber. Frank, the well known and sucman of Jackson County, Arkansas, recently sold a carload of handle material for $U9.j. His home is at Hickory Ridge, Arkansas.' B. 'iof'Epliesus, attended church here The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1013, as Mr Success to the dear old News. Let us far as reported. Officers of fairs are redjieap from every town to see what folks quested to report to us any omissions IWa'doing these days. or corrections of dates: fSam Tucker and wife were at West Jit. Sterling, July 23 -- 4 duys. Harrodsburg, July '31 days. lew Sunday. Madlsonvllla, July 23- -5 days. Mrs. Garner, of Basin Spring,' spent a Unloutown, Augusts 5 days. Taylorsvlllo, August 54 days. few days last week with her daughter, r"alr. (Carroll. Gallatin, Owen) 'Mrs. Andrew Squires. Sanders, August tl 4 days. Jos Knott was in Garfield last week on Danville, August 0 3 days. ' .business. llluo Grass Fair, Lexington, August 110 Miss Lucile Parr,' of Webster, was days, Alt. Vernon, August 03 days. i, here last week visiting Miss;. Virginia Winchester, August a 4 days. -ty cessful J saw-mi- ll AILING WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Mrs. Hilbert Tells of Her Distressing Symptoms During Change of Life and How-ShFound Relief. e Payne. T JChj A. Gray, of Garfield, iilay on business. was here Come One! Gome all! let me look alter your.... Insurance Q 'J No line too big No line too small Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Ijprlirance of any companies in the United States, All been tried and gave perfect satisfaction. C. TAUL, LottcMold. Aug. 123 days. Henderson, Aug, 12 5 days. Rroudhoud, Aug. 133 days. Perry vtllo, Aug. 13 3 days, Vuneeburg, Aug. 131 days, Hardinsburg, Aug. 10- -3 days. Luwreuceburg, Aug. 194 days. Shepherdsvllle, Aug.,19 4 days. Columbia, Aug. 194 days. Erlanger. Aug. 204 days. Stanford, Aug. 20- -3 days. "Ewlng, Aug. 21 3 days. Eminence, Aug. 21 3 days. Elli&bcthtowu, Aug. 20 3 days. Shelby vllle, Aug. SJ 1 days. London, Aug, 20 1 days, Nlcbolasvllld, Aug--. 203. duys. Florence, Aug. 274 days. Germantowu, Aug. "7 4 days, Paris, Sept. 2 5 duys. Alexandria, Sept. 2 5 days. ' I'ultou, Sept. 2 5 days. Frankfort, Sept. 24 days. Somerset, Sept. 3 4 days. Itardstown, Sept. 34 duys. Itarboursrille, Sept. -3 days, Tompklnsvllle, Sept, 34 days. Franklin. Sept. i. 3 clays, llodgenvlllo, Sept, 03 duys. Montlcollo, Sept. -4 days. Morgautowu, Sept. 113 day. Falmouth, Sept. 104 duys, Kentucky State Futr, Louisville, Sept. 6 days, Scottjvllle, Sept. 13- -3 duys. Horn Cave. Sept. 214 duys. Howling QitMB, Sept. 244 duys. Adalrvllle, Spt. 36--3 days. I'ttductth, Spt. 304 days. Glasgow, Oet.l 4 days. 3-9- B'ereu, August 7 3 days,' t'ora Hreok (Rucchel), Aug, 124 days. Burkesvlllo, Aug. 121 days. of Life Vegetable Com pound and it made me a strong well woman. I nm very thankful that I followed my friend's advico and I shall recommend it as long as I live. Before I took tho Compound I was always sickly and now I have not had medicine from a doctor for years. You may publish my letter." Mrs. EDWAUD B. Fleetwood. Pa. "During the Chango I was hardly able to bo around at all. I always had """ 7" a headache and I was so dizzy and nervous that I had no rest at night The flashes of heat were so bad sometimes that I did not know what to do. " One day a friend advised mo to take Lydia E. Pinkham'3 ' Acre.s. tulles from IrvltiKton.on rurul route. Good trumo tlwolltni;: a rooms and veranda: Rood burn 30x50; tenant house; 137 acres under plow; 100 acres jjrass; Paper bags, butter, clips, ono "3 acres In timber; well watered, cistern and pounds $2.00 ponds. .To to to busliols corn and lays wavy month tobacco to acre. Good clover land CREDIT. to level location. Ideal and In one ot the best $1.00 jt.SUO:neighborhoods In the coutuy. Trice Gas saved.... Vcnsh Terms on balance. wear and tear (5 per Saved in Mri "? 300 acres 3 miles frcm rallror.ti,50 cent) iiearSample;onemlle(romschooi$1.00 house. Food saved (?1.00 a week) y acres; Karm. Saved on meat (75 cents week) $3.00 u Good Stockdwelling;15J stock well improved Stuffing. Grows wheat, tobacco, porn, clover, burn. Ducks, Banana Roast aid Wash your ducks well lnsldo with (Truss. W miles from Irvlmnoii, on rural route. Tills land Is a little rollliu' but does cold salt water If they are wild ducks not wash. Price right. Jno. 1). Ilubbage, let them He In tho salt water for fif- P'ovHrimrt. Kv. teen minutes. Drain, wipe dry lnsldo INIn A HeautKully located ono mile from t allvetowu, 100 acres practically and out, and season very lightly with ail level laud, unlmproveu; good 'cueing. salt and paprika inside, sprinkling Ideal spot for dairy farm, l'rlce reasonable. black pepper on tho outsido. Set on Wrlte.lno. It ibbugo. Cloverport. Ky. rr Ice whilo you make a stulllng of ba- Mn u IBs acres located near Dukes, Han-n- u. cock acres under plow nanas cut in small cubes, mixed with 7i ucres timber; county; well watered; plenty ot fruit; ot toasted bread (I room dwelling; barn IOxiJO; 40 acres level, their own bulk rolling. Good land tabacco, corn, crumbs and seasoned with salt, black rest and clover. It Is afor bargain at JI.SOO, wheat pepper, a little chopped celery and tSOOcash, balance easy payments. plenty pf cold butter. Stuff the ducks No. 9 150 acres; located on Henderson Koute. east of lightly, truss firmly, greaso well all 70 acres In pasture. 1 mile timber; I.odlbure: W) In over tho dwelling; goou barn and over and tlo thin bacon well land, l'rlce il.UOO. u breasts. Put In n well greased bag, watered; 1 Hi acres, good and luvel laud, fitting them close together. Add tho IIU. IX good Mft well barn; all land juice of a lemon,, a wineglass of blther located ; 3 miles from Irvlngtou. cleared,13,300 Price claret or sherry, seal bag and cook In Jft I x "JO acres lying In a valley; 1 9 room dwolllugand hall; Steuant a hot oven ten minutes, then slack houses, law tobacco burn; 2 miles South heat, and finish It ought to requlro ot Kirk, Si mile from school, well watered, S springs nc.ur barn; on llurulltoute. about forty minutes more. (Copyright, 1911, by Associated Literary Press.) 3 mllo Kast of Glen Nn I ltw. ikJ Dean: good, springs, on good Fine Home Farm soil, watered'"5 "cres and strong lime stone by wells "? 1 DEBIT. .... liu. (n nu. . county roau, near gooascnooi ana cnurcties. New tobacco barn cost 1,200. 3 stock barns, houses, line clover and grass food tenant 50, 100. Price 1 Mrw A 135 ucres 1U. 1H McOuadv.located mllo north of Prlco 2.000. V. cash balance In yearly payments. rvlp. e 2l0 acres 414 miles from llardlns-l- u. 10 burg, county seat: well Improved; one ot the best farms In the county. Price fl.000. 1". rJr 1U 30 Acres near Iluras. Dwelling; iyu. 1 A barn 20x20; log stable 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid with clay; well watered. Price S630. Q 2itf mile from Uarned: rvjp. good improved; plenty 1U. 210 wellAcres.ono and ixls.of Two-stoSjxtfo water; stock bums dwelling, and tenant house. Price ry 51,750. .""1U. -0 live-roo- m llmc-stou- nu. & acres, 14 miles from on Star Koute; 110 acres under plow; good water; 7 room dwelling; two good barns for tobacco and stock. This Is a bargain. Wrlte.lno. 1). liabbuge tor further particulars. 103 acres at rvt Hancock 9 miles West of 1U. OA county. Ky., Floral. dwelling Ilaesvllle. Improvements 2 Tenant houses; 1 bum 50x50; storo house on the place, good stand for a store; good land fortabaeeo. corn and wheat. Price 1,050, H cash. C") Cll For 100 acres four mlles;west of Glondeane, 3 miles from branch rallroad;alllreshluud; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produco tho best com, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood ; plenty lasting water, well r.t door of dwelling; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomt pood stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses. Plenty of good timber for farm purposes! good land to clear. Prlco fci.OOO H cash. rJr O i.J' Cloverport 1 r""rm of 175 JJ Pi"u i PASTRY. By Nicolas Soyer, - Chef of Brooks' Club, London. HlL-BER- T, 15 Ajjent Ky. 0t. 14 4ay, Ellcto. Oet. -3 day, Aturrfcy, 2- HopKfctfWiUt, MayieM, JPterpirt, 0t. QU4dy. Uy, 8- -4 Try a Wi M Tpdty. (' Fleetwood, Pa. Such warning symptoms as senso of BufTocation.hot flashes, headaches.back-achedread of impending evil, timidity, Bounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sparka before tho eyes, irregularities, constipation, yariublo appetite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness, are promptly heeded by Intelligent women who are approaching the period in life when woman's great change may be expected. Lydift B. Pinkhaw's Vegetable Compound invigorates and strengthens the female orfaalem ami WUk up the weak- 9vea. ened fteryeue syetom. It baa earrM (Copyright, any www wJMyHwai three-quarter- d, arc- wonderfully Improved by boing cooked In paper bags. Tho concentration ot heat which la thus gained has tho effect of making tho puff pasto lighter and moro regular in toxturo and all cake mixtures "rlso" in a mannor tho open ovon cannot produce Then again tho cooking takes much less tlmo, and I need not point out tho valuo of this. In tho old stylo tho oven door had frequently to bo opened to watch progress. Tho pastry was thus exposed to draughts of cool air, which could but produco "doughy," heavy and unsatisfactory results. Puff Paste: Tako one pound flour, ot a pound butter, and mix tho flour with water and salt lightly, to tho consistency of butter, Loavo this dough for half an hour, thim flat ten it with your hand, and la'r your butter on top ot the paste. Thn fold way, and give it two rolls as usual. Leave your paste in i cool minutes, tb place for forty-fivtwice more. Leave It for fo minutes, and roll twice again. it in a larger paper bag whic aot teuch the paste. Put on aad allow, twenty lalRutea ia, s four-corne Pastry, cakes and sweets generally A FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP! Because it is u good farm, fertile land, lays woll, slightly rolling, docs not wash; nearly every aero is tillable; it has southern exposure; it will produco crops from two to four weeks earlier tlian land lying on northern hill side. It is ill the garden spot of Breckinridge 'county; &l!.lAMND-,t- tnd Qn tt,, sjdos golls vQm $35 tQ $0 Ul acr0t THIRD It is near tho railroad. It grows wheat, corn, tobacco oats, cow peas clo- 1 OUKill,ver, all kinds of grass. It contains 300 acres and is cheap. It will produco pTp,pjr iu ono year, if rightly farmed, nearly half its cost. plentiful and cheap. Writo Labor FIRST JNO. D. BABBAGE Cloverport, Ky. 1911, by BUrgie ft Cowpa ly.) iltOB $4,200 W "j, Price ( $4,200 1 A tw. v 4A Man Irvington Hardware Made Wagons Buggies save $5.00 Surries If you want to on a wagon, buy from us; we Harrows have 20 Owensboro Wagons Corn which we bought before the Planters advance. We are offering these Cultivators wagons for a short time at old Wheat prices. If you need a wagon Drills now is the time to buy and Harness save money. Don't delay as we Builders' will have to advance the price Hardware as soon as this lot is gone. We Building are also making special prices Material on buggies. Come and see and Salt, Lime I be convinced Money Saved-Mon- ey isn't Necessarily Polished because you clI see hi$ Finish. Plows 9 Implement Cp. Superior Vacuum Gleaner Can be, operated by man, woman oe child. The use of the Superior cleaner Insures absolute cleanliness; takes the germ laden dust out of the home forever; removes surface dirt as well as that from beneath the the floor covering; does away with dust rag and broom; absolutely sanitary; no dust or dirt inhaled in the lungs; a labor-savecome and see this wonderful little machine. Sold and guaranteed by us. r; Mrs. Auna Wheeler, in the Interest of the W. C. T, U., will lecture at the M. E. church South, Friday evening, June 27, at eight o'clock. Every body invited. Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cat, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. SHE KNEW BETTER Our Specialties American Fence R. B. C. Goods Paint' Varnish Alabastine Fixrall Mastic Paint Oliver Plows Chinaware Delker Buggies Owensboro Wagons Jewel Ranges Orders by Parcels Post ;iven careful IfH if. a J RVINGTON Mrs. I.aruc Cox and daughter, of are the guests of Mrs. Newsom Mad-isonvill- e, Cement and prompt Attention I Mattings Rugs Carpets Linoleums Cook Stoves Oil Stoves Ranges Cutlery Furniture Seeds Gardner. i.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cowley and children, of Wcstl'oint, have returned home after n visit to Mrs. Henry Neafus and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft. Mrs. I,. K. May and Mrs. T. R. Bland chaperoned the Busy Bees to a picnic on Mr. Winter's lawn last Friday. The children report a fine time. Mrs. A. T. Adkins has been very ill. W. B. Taylor, E. A. Reese and Hay-de- n Bramlettc motered to Hodgenville ' Saturday. Mrs. II S Suler has returned from a She was accomvisit to Cannelton. home by her daughter, Mrs. panied Thomas Quick Mrs. h. H. Jolly has recently purchased a Baby Grand piatto. Misses May and Maggie Bandy and Mrs Ilobsou have returned home after a visit to relatives in Guston Mr and Mrs. V. N. Helt, of Brandenburg, visited in our town Sunday Mrs Willie Simmons and daughter, who hae been visiting Jim Hendricks, left Saturday for their home in Oklahoma. Mrs. R. M. I'enick, of Cloverport, was in town Wednesday. Mrs A. D. Ashcraft and son, Wallace, visited in Guston last week. Miss Carrie 11. Prakes left Tuesday for Stith's Valley to take charge of a music class. Kastiuan Kodaks and kodak supplies at Irvingtou Pharmacy. II. A Keese and I)r I.ex were in Lewisport Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. K. II Jolly, of Louis-villare visiting Mrs Kliabeth Hen-dric- k at Sand Hill Miss Kliwibeth Crider spent the week end in Louisville. Mrs J J. Tilford has returned from Fordsville She was accompanied home by Mrs. Dewee.se Prof. C. A. Tanner and J. D Ashcraft attende 1 the Masonic banquet at Clover-po- rt Wednesday. Miss Thelina Beauchamp entertained a number of her girl friends Thursday. Miss I.ila I.auhum was in Fordsville e, Mrs. Susan Squires and Mrs. Amos Miss Nell Conniff, of Louisville, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Adele Board are in Cloverport visiting Mrs. Larkln Gibson. Conniff. Mrs. Forest Wghtfoot and daughter, The Housekeepers League will meet next Thursday. Music will be furnished Miss Jane'LIghtfoot, of Cloverpor, by Mrs. L. H., Jolly and Miss Guedry are here as the guests of Mrs. Herbert Bramlctte. Mrs. L. K. May and Mrs. Beard. A. D. Ashcraft will act as hostess. Mrs. Mrs. Lela MiCubbins and daughter, Chamberlain will give a report of the Ruth, arc visiting Mrs. L D. Fox in Federation of Women's Clubs which was Stephensport. held at Middlesboro. All members arc Miss Anna Kincheloe has returned invited to be present. from Stephensport, where she has been Dr. L. B. Moremen and wife had as for a visit to Mrs. L. D. Fox. their guests for the week, end, Mr. and Arthur .Drane, traveling salesman Mrs. J. R. Crawford, of New Albany; for Johnson Bros., was the guest of his Mrs. Kate Bennett, of Basin Springs; sister, Mrs. E. Mc Davis, last week. Albert Moremen, of Brandenburg. Dr. Robert A. Smith went home with Moremen has recently returned from a Mrs. D. W. Scott and will remain for a prospecting tour through Missouri. two weeks' visit. Mrs. W. B. Lennon and daughter, To Prevent Blood Poisoning Miss Jennie C. Lennon, fire In Stephpply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. ensport the guests of Mr. and Mrs. OUTER'S ANTISEPTIC HUALING Oil., a dressing that relieves pain and heals at Roland Smit'i. 25c. 50c. $1.00. tie same time. Not a liniment. Murray Brown and two Mitchell Bennett and Sandy Singleton, of Meade county, walked from Bovling Green to Mammoth Cave, then visited .two other caves, White and Collossal Caves. They then walked from MamThe Dof Day Trio. moth Cave home in two days. Murray They're coming, they're around the says, "I wouldn't take forty dollars for sur-icschool-mate- corner now, A week or two and tl ey will make their bow; The fool who rocks the boat, the slim, capsized canoe, " The man who asks if it is hot enough. for you. Miss Martine Monarch, who has just returned from Denver, Col., spent several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe, of Louisville, are hero for a ten days' vis. it to Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and family and Mrs. Blauche Head. Miss Lois Hunt Shackle t has returned to her home in Brandenburg, after a visit to Miss Maud Smith. Jesse Taylon of Joplln, Mo.. after an absence of eighteen years, visited our town last week. He was glad to see his old friends, and was loud in praises of the improvements that have been II. A. Ater, candidate for Superinmade since his last visit. tendent, was in town last week. The Republican County Committee adopted resolutions condemning the use of money or whiskey In the primary or general election. Let the Democrats do likewise. Miss Elsie Baxter, of Guston, took the teacher's examination last Friday and Saturday-- . The Teacher's Institute will convene July the seventh. J. P. W. Brouse, of Somerset, will be the instructor. Henry Dellaven Moorman is doing nis best to come in touch with all of the voters in the district. All that he can not see personally, he is writing. Coleman Haswell spent Saturday and Sunday with his family. Marvin Beard's friends will be glad to know that his health is improving, and he hopes to soon be at his post of duty, both in the store and Sunday school. Luke B. Reeves spent the week end with Mrs. Reeves at the' Commercial Hotel. Moorman Ditto comes in home occa sionally. He is very busy trying to see all the voters in the county. Tom Moore, of McDaniels, was in town last week. Rev. J. J. Willett came up from my trip." Owensboro and preached at the BapMrs. Frank Payne and Mrs. Josle tist church Saturday and Sunday. Jolly, of Cloverport, have been Mrs. Rev. Willett tendered his resignation. The church has not called a pastor. Frank Jolly's visitors. Mrs. A. E Mclntyre and baby have' John O'Reilly, Jr., of Louisville, Is returned from a visit to Lewisport. visiting his parents, Mr. andMrs. Jno. John M. Skillman, secretary of the O'Reilly. Fair Association, was in Louisville on Miss Belle McGary came up from Cloverport last week for a visit to her business the last of the week. W. J. Hall and son, Wayne Ha'l, mother, Mrs. Lizzie McGary. are at home from Little Indian, III., The Ursuline Sisters have gone to St. Joseph's in Daviess county to spend where they have been for a visit. Miss Katie Eskridge came down the summer. from Louisville Saturday for a month's Allie D Marvin, Jr., and Ralph Beard have gone to Hartford, where visit to her mother, Mrs. Addla they will stay for a week's visit to Miss Thornton, of Lewisport, is Mrs. their aunt, Mrs. E. B. English. , A. K. Mclntyre's visitor. Twenty-nin- e took the teacher's examination last Fridny and Saturday. John P. Haswell, Jr., of Louisville, Supt. Driskell pronounced it easier has been in town for several days. than the May list. W: Trent visited Mr. and Mrs. Esk-rixig- The Ready Money Man commands nnnnrtiinhips fnr profitable investment that aref! oeyonu tne reacn ot rne man who hasn't saved. Any man can be a readyn money man who will lay aside! a few dollars, now and then in this stronc. safe bank, and his money will always be ready J when he needs it. j No expense pass-boocheck books, 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. k, IB 2 "Did your wife give you particular fits because you come homo at 3 o'clock the other morning?" "No, she didn't say a word. too near Easter." It's The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. "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. In County Court. Tobacco at McQuady. County Court was in session la J Judge Waggoner was no Finley Miller has made a lot of farm- Monday. happy and we hope will make some very busy. Just a few roaa cases an ers money for himself by buying their to- the usual routine. bacco at and near McQu idy, where he The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trusf began receiving Tuesday. Ho has Co. qualified as administrator of W. A.j bought about 100,000 pounds, paying Downs estate. satisfactory prices, and is in the market The will of Christopher Davis was for more. probated. He left all of his estate te his wife and made her executor witbeu J. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls the first of last week. HOE Subscribe today. o douu. 00 Hon lfollf IP' R 'OCZZZDo1fc r U mi c HOE last week,. Are You Preparing for the Great wnm it inT foc TQEZZZ? Mrs. W. N. Holt left Tuesday for Louisville to have an operation performed for diseased glands of the neck. Mrs. G. 11 Brite will go to Louiswlle thik week. Mrs. Iloek Chapiu and daughters left Saturday for a ten days stay with rela lives in Cloverport Miss Margaret Bouueliamp has. returned home after several mouths visit Red Men's Annual PowWow and Barbecue At the Fair Grounds, Hardinsburg, Ky. in the country. The horse?! and vehicles belonging to T. C. Matthew were purchased by his brother, Joe Matthew, of Hodgenville. Rex Scoot Fly, a treat to your horse, on sale at Irvingtou Pharmacy. . Miss Viola Lewis arrived home from FRIDAY, JULY 4, o I. 1913 3 Louisville Saturday. John Walter Jolly has returned from Louisville. Mrs. Samuel Davis, of Dallas, Texas, bpent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. ( Richard Sipes, Members of the Presbyterian church "iMcknjckedlaat Dciitls Bridge Saturday. rv JMr. and. IrsrjJjaiHes, Boliti and Reba ' ' Bolin have reuirjted from a trip to and Mt. Vernon. The One Big Day R.adi or Sttihe Don't Fail to see the Five-Mil- e Automobile Race and other Attrac- tions too numerous to mention. Watch for Large Posters. A. E. McINTYRE &c, Committee ii . A 'tf.VV Ji