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U 7 7 it1fr1 TIIE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IEALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 I11yJ YOLXX nf Ilf L CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY August 5 1903 8 Pages NO3 1 f V I B W 1 4 11- rrr RESIGNSPASTORATEJ 9 s i fi rff F 5LCbngrefationof Jt Church Will Lose Rev C r h VT F Walton i 2 mi ifi f POPULAR AMONG ALL CLASSES t Rev T F Walton has tendered his resignation as pastor ot Lncile Me mortal Presbyterian church to taKe effect August 81 1 Rev Walton formally announced his resignation from the pulpit at Sunday mornings services He i preached Sunday evening and wil preach here the second and third Sundays of this month and at Gnstoi the fourth Sunday If he is in the r city August 80 the fifth Sunday t be will deliver his farewell sermon that date If he is not here there will tod no farewell sermon In case he delivers one the subject of his addres will be announced in the News thi week previous As pastor of the Presbyterian church at Gnston Rev Walton has not formally announced his resignation but iIt also will go into effect August 31 Coming from Columbia Ky Rev Walton first took charge of this pas torate in February 1002 He was preceded by the good words of those who knew him Ho was known as an eloquent and earnest minister or the gospel a progressive and highly 1 respected citizen and a man liked by all classes He has lived in Clover i port about eighteen months During this time he has done much good work especially In the temperance tight lass fall and in the completion of the jfchurch building he has endeared himself unto every member of his con- gregationI and has won the good wil and admiration of everyone In fact everything that was said about him Iby the good people of Columbia cat be said by the good people of Clover portRev Walton has sold part of his household furniture and has the rest for sale He does not know tt9 yet where he will locate He has twc offers one of them being at Barlwnr ville Ky the home of himself and his beloved wife who died early thud year He leaves lily present pastorate for the sake of his children whom be wishes to take to Barbourvllle Wherever he may gq It is certain the good wishes of his many friends In this city will follow him Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their tic tion and pleasant in effect are DeWltt Little Early Risers W S ihilpot 01f Albany Ga s iya Daring a bilious attack I took one Small as it was II did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pills I ever took and the same time it effected me pleas sently Little Early Risers are certain ly an ideal pill Sold by all Druggists A Notable Gathering of Sunday JrSchool Workers The State Sundaf school Convention which meets at Lexington August 1820 should not be forgotten by the t I Sunday school workers of the county The prospects are that this wilt be the largest convention ever held Fully one thousand delegates are ex t pected About ninety County Convention have been held since May let and the whole State is aroused Excels Pearce and Brvner lire name d to conjure with My will it not bE fine to meet and hear and know these great workers and join with i fpin two thousand to three thourani i In singing hallelujahs under thE leadership of the Incomparable Ex eelltI And just think what it mean td come in vital and sympathetic touch with one thousand of Kentufr kyiJJleading Sundayschool voraergl i This will be a liberal education li r itself No Snndayfjchool axprketa car afford to piss It None can fore ayconceptionot what a great am inspiring convention like this it worth to him until he has attended o W Address the Generel Secretary LouisvilleotrJo detaiilee Ii y t 1 0 a a J I n1HIIp i 1 1 x y WILL BE REBUILT Tell City to be Practically New BoatHenry Harley to Take tier Place I The Louisville Evansville Mail Line packet Tell City passed up Saturday almost a day late owing to a break down in her machinery She was followed immediately by the Henry Harley a Cumberland riverboat which goes to take her place in the trade while she Is placed on the ways where she will remain dur ing the rest of the summer The Harley is smaller than the Tell City but will be amply able to handle her trafficWhen the Tell City returns froa the ways at Madlnon everything but her hull will be new Her old boilers are to be taken out and now ones put in and her machinery will receive a thorough overhauling The cabin will be rebuilt and refurnished and in eveyr way the boat will be put in tip top condition It has al ways been difficult for the boat to get hands on account of the supersti tions of the negroes and it is hoped these numerous improvements will do away with this Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords un mediate relief to asthma snfferero in the worst stage and if taken in time will effect a cure- Conference Begins Tonight The Louisville District of the Lex ington conference M EI church will convene in Asberry M E church colored Wednesday night with the opening sermon by Rev N H Willis of Beaver Dam at 8 oclock Thursday moruing the conference will open at 0 80 oclocK by adminis tering sncramet after the organza tion Rev P L King pastor of the M EK church South of this city will make the address of welcome to our church to our homes and to our city Preaching every night at 8 oclock with good singing Everybody cordially invited to attend Conference will close Sunday night Dr J Courtney P E F V Fielding Pastor Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered kid neys or bladderA R Fisher Narrow Escape From Death Gnston Ky Aug 4Speclal John Riley colored hud a narrow escape with nis life Sunday morning The colored people had a picnic and dance At Guston Saturday night and Riley was up all night dancing and having a good time He says he sat down on tne railroad track just out side of the rail to tie his shoe und while doing so he fell asleep When he cameto himself he was up in the air The cannon ball train had struck him but slowed down picked him up and brought him into Gnston where he lives- Institute I Largely Attended Brandenburg Ky Aug 4tipec181 The Institute was largely attended by those Interested In the cause or education Prof J C Willis of Lex ington was the instructor whll gave general satisfaction to the teaCher About sixty were enrolled A lecture hy Prof Willis Thursday night was complimented Webster Loses to West Point Webster Kyv Aug 4Special J The Webster base ball team played the West Point team at West Pointt last Saturday the gape resulting it lestPointWebster KyAR 4Special- Mr Corgis Yaten and Miss LetUio Dowell prominent yonrig people or the Norton VailevI neighborhood were married last Sunday and left immediately for Louisville to Cure A Cold In ORe Day Take Luxatlre Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists oretund the money If It Calls to cute Eo W Elrvessignature Is on each box Will Bore More Wells T K Sawyer towed Morgan Stiles drilling machine on a barge to Cheaaalt Monday Chenault is near tin Ohio tjareatj nJllea above this city Mor gan k Stiles will put down a well for Uw Jarboe dUli fiery it Cheriault afia ttfifa will have ftelr dFimngVfcih 1 9 lfleuwhiSr etiiey taewtrsr1LpfaeeNe rjlft alltltf Uirti 1yr J Pf t1 L I1 i- iv IMPORTANT SUITS FILED Jas llovious Mary J Miller and I Others Sue to Cancel Lease on Land N F LEAMON WANTS DAMAGES j f Hardinaburg Ky Aug 4Spe- ciaiA suit for 21000 damages was filed in the Circuit clerKs office Monday against the Louisville Henderson St Louie Ry Co by Nannie FLea mon administratrix of Leo mon deceased The petition alleges j that the plaintiffs intestate was a braKeman in their employ sc was killed by a train between Webster and Irvington sometime in September 1003 by the gross negligence and carelessness of the defendant em iloyes of a superior grade of service to the deceased The attorneys for the plaintiff are Marshall Bnllitt and Bennett H Young Louisville and Judge N Mo Mercer of HarI Jinsbunr Another suit of importance was filed this week by former Gov W O Bradley as attorney for James Ho IOUB of Halfmoou Bay Calland Mrs Enola S Rafferty Mrs Mary Jf Miller and others of Cloverport seeking to cancel and annul a lease in land executed by the late James T Miller to the Tar Creek Jlnerol and Natural Gas Co Several hundred acres are under lease to this company and the plaintiffs are asking that this cloud to their title be removed because of the fact that no effort has been made on the part of the company to develop tho property since the lease was executed in the year 1888 FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED Wm V ANey Died Before Putting His Honey In Bank In This City Tell City Ind August LWilliam T Alvey of Derby Perry county went to Cluverport Ky early In Juno with 1600 cash intending to de posit It in the Cloverport hank Tne following day he was suddenly stricken and died and his body was returned to Derby for burial Recently his sister discovered that no deposit was made in the Cloverpnrt bank as had been contemplated and that hq money is missing and she has caused the body to be exhumed to letermine If her brother met death by foul play An analysis of the con tents of the stomach are being made Bryan at 7 Hills Chatauqua The Seven Hills Chautauqua opens Thursday at Owensboro In the Even ing Jeffrips band will give a concert and Mayor Yewell win deliver an ad dress of welcome On Friday the Hon William Jennings Bryan will lecture onhThe Value of an Ideal Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere gratitude to themaany whoso kindly assisted ns by their sympathies and aid In so many ways dorlog the sickness and death of our little daughter Sincerely Mr and Mrs J F Vines New Public Road Webster Ky AnJi4ijpeclal A much needed public road will be opened up shortly leading south from hero to intersect the Irvington and iarfieldroad near the McGhee school hous L H Jr StLs Defeated The Jj H St L ball team com posed of the boys at the shops and thai regplar Cloverport nine put up n slow game at the ball pars Saturday afternooulThe L1 St Ls play 1npogr game ipiiwcre defeated by ascoreof IBta 4 If you know btold stifled horsg a hors with a sore baika barb t pykiwona l Rnnt lgrOwtbS tJ ioi r + 8wt1ldmtjjiaeI 1b icW4 + + n1 i irarg4hti- s i t WmJlWllcatlons of Ramona Nerve 13ssI4sWtlr19at1 Y t raoa OFMA tdienwf Ma tMR tMt 1 it IM A u 0 FULL WEEK IN SOCIETY ryingtons Good People Open Their Hospitable Homes for Enjoyment J I ARE HAVING MANY VISITORS Irvington Ky Aug 4boeeiallr- he social calender for tne past week iae been very full and the people of his community have given themselves tIp to real enjoyment believing thatI when you play play in earnest lnciwhen you work do the same work in earnest Monday evening Mrs Harry White intertained in honor of her guests from Cloverport Miss Jennie Mabel Ittrris and Micas Jane Smith Tuesday evening the ice cream supper given by the Missionary Society t the M E church at the home of Jr and Mrs RM Jolly was a access and afforded the young people enjoyment as well as profit Wednesday evening is always looked forward to as prayer meeting night and every one is given a ordial invitation to attend and are velcomed by the leaders in this very important pleasure and duty Thursday evening Mr and Mrs iggott gave an intormal musical the many visitors as well as the home talent was at its best The ilusiual Romance was intensely inter sting and kept up quite a lively guessing This was one of the most delightful social functions of the weelC Friday evening Miss Essie Biggs entertained in honor of her guests tne lisses Hook Those present were liases Annie Lee Bandy Nary Jacob Tyler Eva McGIothlan Jane Smith Nary Henry Eva Herndon Jessie tody and Mrs Clark Messrs Wimp temper Wathen Bryant Jolly lerndon Ford Jordon and EdFoote Saturday morning Miss Nary Vrathers dinner party was much enjoyed by a small number of guests Saturday evening was the lawn oDd piazza party given by Miss Annie Lee Bandy at her home near town Misses Wolfolk and Owings being the honorees Foleys Kidney Cure Will cure Brights Disease Will cure Diabetes Will cure Stone in Bladder Vill cure Kidney und Bladder Diseases- A R Fisher- Interesting Contest Promised L H Scherer of Hawesville is preparing to give a clay pigeon shoot at Hawesvillo about August 20 The ontest promises to be interesting if tbe- programne is carried out as there will be many prizes and numerous experts to try for the first second and third noneys The shoot will be pulled off on N S Urnathouses beautiful meadow below Hawesville Expert trap shooters from OwensborO Evansville Henderson Lewlsport Tell City Can lelton and Louisville are expected to- be present and the Cf ver ort Gun tab will send four of its best men Wreck Presents Novel SJght Hawesville Krjl tjltfSL =The cod boats which were wrecked here by the steamer J B Finley last spring and which have been abandoned by the coal dredgers present a novel sight these days Hundreds of men and boys can be seen every day on the old hulks living for coal and loading it into skiffs after which they bring It to chore and sell it for a mere nothing eople here are having their winter coill supply put in of the choicest ittsburg coal for less than they have been paying for the soft coal mined in this section flrsjtarali Pate Dead Mrs SaroK Fat6 at estimable old 1 tidy died at herJhome Jp Birk oily Saturday as a result pi a fall she eceived In Owensboro last summer Mra Pate was an aunt of C E Light ootof this oityand DC J F Light oot of Haweayjlle ntit sister of the ate Tdomtie INe wait wholl vediieai jkgUttk oy yr3S Vlt sown eairJ the wqasex9NtiatBo ywlttlgl4 1- mW cake tEH ilWj Md t- N A i Md MLfdN1 IfI r1i I qr- a HELD OVER TO OCTOBERt fi jThreeBall and arc Jailed at Louisville I Saturday warning at Owenaboro the examining trial of Bud Keizee Ed Richardson and Lon McGuffin who are charged with running an illicit still near the Constantine neighborhood took place before Commis sioner Llndsey United States Mar shah Gilliland who had arrested the men had succeeded in securing tbeI mash tubs and other paraphernalia and seven witnesses who testified to the effect that they had either seen the men making mash and manu facturing the liquor or had bought it from them He was unable to locate the still itself but the evidence was so clear that the prisoners refused to- go on the stand and they were held over to the October term of the United States court The ball was fixed at 700 each but they were unable to give it and went to jail Marshal Gilliland takes them to Louisville this week where they trill be lodged in jail and where their trial will take place- ANNOUNCEMENT OF INTEREST tIr Charles Edward Kelt and Miss Elizabeth Watkins Hamilton to be Married Mrs Mary Adelle Hamilton announ ces the engagement of her daughter Miss Elizabeth Watkins Hamilton to Mr Charles Edward Keil of Weehaw Ken N J The wedding will take place Thursday September 10 at 8 oclock in the morning at the home of the brides mother It will be a quiet affair only the relatives of the contracting parties being invited After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Keil will leave on their wedding trip for the East They will first visit Mr Keils mother at Weehawken Aftei leaving there they will visit several Eastern cities and then go to Cemen ton Penn where they will make their future home Several large ceo ment factories are located there and Mr Keil is superintendent of one ol them Daughter After we had gone to press last Tuesday evening the sad news of the death of Rev and Mrs J F Vines infant daughter was received She was only about two weeks old and died of cholera Infantnm The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon and this interment was in the Clover port cemetery A large concourse of members of Rev Vines congregation and friends of the family attended Rev and Mrs Vines wave the sym pathy of the community in their sad afflictionHorse Killed by Lightning Fay Jas B Fishers buggy horse was killed by lightning Sunday afternoon during the hard rain and thunderstorm The animal was standing in the yard at the Fishes homestead on the Cloverport and Hardinsburg turnpike when the storm came up and after the most se vere part he was found lying dead where a bolt of lightning had struck him Fay was one of the best buggy horses in this section of the county and was familiar to everyone HisI ylll 4 Mr J c Boling has been securing stook this week for the purpose of starting a plow fender enterprise Tfaey will capitalize at 15000 put ting the patent in at halt the other half the citizens being asked to sub scribe He Is meeting with considera ble encouragement Hancock Clarion Passe dRalsed Bills Leltihtted Ky July 81Slierifi Coppage brought C K Wathen here lat night and lodged him in jail He Is charged with raising bills of 1 to Istu anti passing them in Grayson and BrecKenridge counties He will have a hearing before Judge HCt Rogers JI1 today J W Hobbs Passes Away J W Hobb a welt knows and respected citizen of the Irbertnlgh JUh6od Hancock county died last Tuesday afternoon ot typnold fever after an 011nesjci of several w elCLe f lerfvesra tfe and two small children Btf xiff- lMiWtBs 9TliftM itiaftrrAti + sta WT iliW 1 tiJ JC i ARDINSBURGS NEW SCHOOL Uisuline Sisters To Teach Com mon and Higher Branch es in September4GO- OD SPEAKERS TO LECTURE 1 Hardinsburg Ky Aug 4Speo- lalThe p Uisline Sisters will open a school hre September 1 The course of study will embrace the common school and the higher branches in lading music The residence occupied by the Rev Father Gabe will be used as a school building and his Dutch members will build him a rectory The Ulsuline Sisters will also be prepared to take boarding pupils SECURE MORE ENTERTAINERS Rev DeVault Appear at Hardlnsburg Tonight W L Popham to Deliver Lecture Hardinsburg Ky Aug 45pec- ialThe Rev Samuel Pearce DeVault if Richmond Va a first class humor- is reader and impersonator will ap pear at the city hall tonight under the auspices of the Young Peoples ilifisionary Society of the 11E church Mr DeVault was recently at Cloverport where he made a very favorable impression He should have a good audience here lot only because of the enjoyment to be receiv ed but also for the reason that a good cause will be assisted Vm L Popham of Louisville will deliver a free lecture on fraternal Insurance at the court house on Wednesday evening August 12 Everybody is cordially Invited to attend The lecture will be in behalf of the order of The Highland Nobl- esOLENDEANE It t Mrs W C Moorman is ill at this writingMr T J Moore visited friends here last wee Miss Hallle Mercer of Louisville visited in town last week Miss Jessie Cary has returned home after an absence ot five weeks Richard Neel spent several days last week at his home near Owens boroMr Rod WarHeld of Eilzabethtown bought fifty young mules in this neighborhood last week Mrs T L Curtis chaperoned a crowd of our young people to Falls of Rough last Thursday Messrs John H Skillman and Arthur Smith attended a party near Kirk last Thursday evening Miss Ella Robertson Is at Tar Springs She will be joined by her sister Miss Arrie this week Presiding Elder D S Campbell preached here Sunday morning and Rev J F Vines Sunday afternoon Pauline the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Moorman has been quite ill but is reportd much betterMisses Nannie and Lizzie Fisher entertained at their hospitable home last week Misses RayHeyser Nellie Moorman Hallie Mercerudl Messrs PrestcinFord and FC Lnrge Miss Georgia Robertson Messrs E L Robertson E A Moore and Owen Hunter attended the recital of the IIIlaughing phllospher at Hardina burg Saturday evening If every farmer In Breckenridge county who complains of bad roads to town would dossour enterpris ing neighbor Mr Joe CMattin ly such complaints would soon cease Mr MnttlnglyI takes his own force and works his road 4 Mrs Bess Howard entertained the following young people last Thursday evening Misses Hazel Cunningham Annie Stoy Leanah Reeves Hallle Mercer Daisy Deane May Demister Haute Moorman Nannie Fisher Emma Lou Moorman Lizzie Fisher Messrs Owen Hunter littd Owen Harry Moos +gaaVfiliaMt6obbktsb d Charlie Rob teon IUhllM Maq IflelJotbjooriiaii Kh rN11 r I + 4io Coo 4 Jia rig ij SpecW O A R TrrtH via Chicago NorthWestern Ry Leaves Chicago 1080 p m August llth for San Francisco 5000 for the round tripChicngo to Los Angeles and San Francisco Correspondingly low rates from other points Three trains dally through to the coast Without change Daily and personally conducted tourist car excursions Write for Itinerary illustrated folder and full particulars N M Breeze 4iJ5 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits as follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and In return we will issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they are worth 3rd St Opposite Court House B II POINDEXTER Cashier J L MOORMAN DENTISTOQi- ceover Oclies Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed BABBAGEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas onable Cloverpurt Kentucky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In nil of the Courts or Ilrcckenrldce and adjoining coun ties Special attention lIven to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United flutes District Courts Office over Hank A Hardlnsburg Correct Dress for Men I Ifwe make your suit this spring you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING AND RELIABILITY OF FABRICJ HUNSCHE with Casper May Co CANNELTON IND GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry 2nd IIIIIIIIInsuranceBest policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY 6c CO Prop LUIHRDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLES LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC MEAT MALT T Till DIAL TONIC AND MICONSTMUCTtVI Therei Lite tad Strength la Every Irp A scientific combination of the cass tUl- cotutitucats of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouUrule Ky JanuryuQDI MEAT MALT CO LouUrllU Ky GenllemenlInlnr exirnlnwJ your Meal in4 Milt preparation and Wnr thoroughly cu lnteJ with lu composition and mode ol manufacture I on atate that U U ta tftcitnt airy and blood tonic It suites the patio aid InvVroratci dictation k Mpedally bmiefal Knou anotI khdiataMatM ddriUi4bUlty Yoara r I L KASTZXBINE U D I Lrabttll Ceuc rfcrmcr wrritarrwrat a i s MWH GRAUSTARK says GEORGE BARR MCUTCIIEON- apvrtgM ifM Ltf tttrlxrt 8 Stone 1 + 1 + 11 CHAPTER XV Tilt BETBOTIIAL iH ARRV Anguish was a discreet forbearing fellow He did not demand a full explanation of his friend There was enough natural wit In his merry head TO see that In connection with their departure there wue something that would not admit of discussion even by confiden tlal friends He shrewdly formed his own conclusions and held his pence Nor did he betray surprise when lor ry Informed him In answer to a ques tion that he intended to remain in Edelweiss for some time adding that he could not expect him to do likewise It he preferred to return to Paris But Mr Anguish preferred to rmin In Edelweiss Had not the Countess Dag mar told him she would always be happy to see him at the castle and hind he any reason to renounce Its walls And so it was that they tarried together lorry loitered aimlessly moodily about the town spending gloomy days antI wretched nights He reasoned that It were wisdom to fly but a force stronger than reason held him In Edel weiss He ventured several times to the castle wall but turned buck reso lutllolhllc was hope In his breast that she might send for him There was at least the possibility of seeing tier should she ride through the streets Anguish on the other band visited the castle dally lie spent hours with the pretty countess undismayed by the noble moths that fluttered about her lame std he was ever persistent light hearted and gay He brought to Lorrys ears all that he could learn of the princess Several times he had seen her and hind spoken with her She Inquired casually after the health of his friend but nothing more From the countess he ascertained that her ugliness was sleeping soundly eating Heartily and apparently enjoying tin best of spirits Information decidedly Irritating to the one who received It second hand They had been at the hotel for over a week when one afternoon Anguish rushed Into the room out of breath anti scarcely able to control his excitement Whats mpt cried Lorry tins the countess sacked you Not on your coin But something Is up and I am Its discoverer You remember what you said about suspect Ing Prince Gabriel of being Uie clilef rascal In the abduction job Well my boy I am now willing to stake my life that he Is the man The news bearer sat down on the edge of the bed and drew the first long breath he had hud In fi longtime Why do you think so demanded the other all Interest Heard him talking just now I didnt know who the fellow wits at first but he was talking to some strange looking soldiers as I passed As soon as I Lentil his voice 1 knew he wits Michael1 There Isnt any question about It Lorry I am positive He did not observe me but I suppose by this time he has learned that his little job was frustrated by two Americans who heard the plot near the castle gates He has nerve to come here hasnt he If he Is guilty yes Still he may feel secure because he Is a powerful prince and able to resent nay accusation with a show of force Where Is he now I left him there Come on Well go down and you can see nor yourself They hurried to the corridor which was swarming with roes In strange uniforms There were a few Gruu stork officers but the majority of the buzzing conversationalists were dressed hia rich gray uniform Who are these strangers asked Lorry Oh I forgot to tell you Prince Lo renz Is also here and these gray tel lows are a part of Ms retinue Lorenz has gone on to the castle Whats the matter lorry had turned pule and was reaching for the wall with un steady hand lie has come for his answer he said slowly painfully Thats right I hadnt thought of that I holes she turns him down Hut theres Gabriel over yonder See those three fellow in blue The middle one is the prince Near the door lending to the piazza lood several men gray and blue The mUll designated as Gabriel was In the center talking gayly and somewhat loudly putting at a cigarette between sentences He was not tall but he wits strongly and compactly built Ills hair and cropptnj beard were us black as coal his eyes wide black and lined IIt was a pleasure worn face and lorry shuddered as be thought of the prin oilS In the power of this evil looking wretch They leisurely made tbelr way to a spot near the talkers There was no mistaking the voice Prince Gabriel null Michael were one and the Your Tongue If its coated your stomach is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cureyour dys= rightEasyne All drgglts leatWtatIrwurtlt IUCKIIIIIAIS DYELMriM I M l 55- Nf7 N A 4 DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write lr 1enncr lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases tumours All consultations Free 4 suffered a long time with what the doctor claimed was lumbago Was down in bed un able to move without great pain Two bottles of Dr Tenners Kidney and Backache Care cempletely cured me and I have had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumaUIIIti FRED BRANDT Dyer Monde IlIdiDruggists 6OC tl Ask for Cook BookFns = For Sale By Short Ilayncs same beyond all doubt Hut nov to prove It to the satisfaction of others Skepticism would follow sty attempt to proclaim the iprince guilty because his voice sounded like that of the chief conspirator In a matter where whole nations were concerned the gravest Importance would be attached to the accusation of a ruler Satisfying then selves ns to the Identity of that pe culiar voice the friends passed through to the ipiazza Whats to be done asked Anguish boiling over with excitement We must go to Baron Dangloss tell him of our positive discovery and then consult Count Hnlfont And her royal highness of course Yes I suppose so said Lorry flicking the ashes from his cigar with u finger that wits now steady He was serving the princess again They hurried to the tower and were soon In the presence of the fierce little chief of police Lorry hind spent many hours with Dangloss of lute and they had become friends Ills grim old face blanched perceptibly as he heard the assertions of the young men He shook his head despairingly It may be as you say gentlemen but I am afraid we can do nothing To charge a prince with such a crime and on such evidence would be mad ness I am of your belief however Prince Gabriel Is the man I have pus pected Now I am convinced Before we car do anything In such n grave matter It will be necessary to consult the princess and her ministers In case we conclude to accuse the Prince of Dawsbergen It must be utter careful and judicious thought There are ninny things to consider gentlemen For my part I1 would be overjoyed to seize the villain and to serve him as we did his tools but my bands are tied you see I would suggest that you go nt once to the princess and Count II n I font tell them of your suspicions Not suspicions my lord facts in terrupted Anguish Yell then facts and ascertain how they feel about taking up u proposition that may menu war May I ask you to come at once to me with their answer It Is possible that they will call for n consultation with the ministers nobles and high officers Still I fear they will be unwilling to risk much on the rath er flimsy proof you can give Gabriel Is K werful std we do not seek a war with lint There Is another foe for whom we are quietly whetting our sWOtrsrhe significant remark caused both listeners to prick up their ears Hut he dlsapM lnted their curiosity and they were left to speculate as to whom the other foe might be Did be mean that Graustark was secretly sly lYe making ready to resist treaty or no treatyIt prolonged urging on the part of Anguish to persuade Lorry to accQuiimiiy him to the castle but when once determined to go before the prin colts with their tale he was eager Im patient to cross the distance that lay between the hotel and the forbidden grounds They walked rapidly down Castle avenue and were soon at the gates The guard knew them and they were admitted without a word As they hurried through the park they saw many strange men In gray gaudy uniforms and it occurred to Lorry that their visit no mutter how great Its Importance was 111 timed Prince Lorenz was holding the center of the stage Angulbh with his customary Impul Ivenefcs overruled Lorrys objections and they proceeded toward the en trance The guards of the princess svi luted pwifduiidlyi wIllie the minions of Lorenz stared with 111 bred wonder upon these two toll men from another world It could be seen that the castle was astir with excitement subdued and pregnant with thriving hopes and fears The nobility of Graustark Will there The visitors of Axphuin were be ing entertained At the castle doors the two men wet their first obstacle but they had an ticipated Its presence Two guards halted them peremptorily We must see her royal highness said Anguish but the men could not understand him They stoically stool their ground shaking their heads Let us find some one who can un derstand us advised lorry and In a few momenta they presented themselves before the guards accompanied by a young nobleman with whom they Dad acquaintance He succeeded In ad vancing them to the reception hall In side tue door and found for them a KfryuiitTjvlio woujd carry a message to Uie tirjfucfsi It It were possible to gain her presence The nobleman doubted very much however If the missive Lustily written by Lorry could find Ita way to her as she bad never been co occupied as thou Lorry lu faU bile note prayed for a boat sedleBSti tor Mfetwrlf sad Mr An plpptwgtieetllag Wt lIttat 1ft tt unseiou was of the most imperative na ture and that it related to a discovery made concerning the prince who bad tried to abduct her In conclusion lie wrote that Baron Dangloss had re quired him to lay certain facts before her and that he had come with no In tentlon to annoy her While they sat In the waiting room they saw through the glass doors doz ens of richly attired men and women In the hull beyond They were conversing animatedly Graustark men and wow ca with dejected faces Axplmlnlanr with exultation glowing In every glance Lorrys heart sank within him It seemed hours before the servant returned to bid them follow him Then his blood leaped madly through veins that hind been chilled and lifeless lIe was to see her again Their guide conducted them to a small anteroom where be left them A few moments Inter the door opened and there swept quickly Into the room the Countess Dngmar not the princess tier face was drawn with the trouble and sorrow she was trying so hard to conceal Both men were on their feet In an Instant advancing to meet her The princess Is she Ill demand ed LorryNot but mod I fear answered she siring a hand to each Mr Lor ry she bids me say to you that she cannot see you She appreciates the importance of your mission and thanks you for the Interest you have taken Also she authorizes me to assure you that nothing can be done at present regarding the business on which you conic She refuses to see us said be slow ly his face whiter than ever Nay she begs that you will excuse her Her highness is sorely worn and distressed today and I fear cannot on lIme all that is happening She Is ap parently calm and composed but I who know her so well can see the strain beneath Surely she must see the urgency ol quick action In this matter of ours cried Anguish half angrily We are not dogs to be kicked out of the castle We have a right to be treated fairly We carrot censure the princess Harry said Lorry calmly We have come because wo would befriend her mid she J1ees tit to reject our good of flees There Is but one thing left for us to do depart as we came Hut I dont like It a little bit growled the other If you only knew Mr Anguish you would not be so harsh and unjust re monstrated the lady warmly Turning to Lorry she said She asked me to hand you this and to bid you retain It as a token of her undying esteem She handed him a small exquisite miniature of the princess framed In gold Inlaid with tables He took It dumbly In his lingers but dared not look at the portrait It contained With what might have seemed disrespect he dropped the treasure into his coat pocketTell her I shall always retain It as a token of her esteem he sold And now shay I ask whether nuedmnded my note to her uncle the count The countess blushed In a most un accountable manner Not while I was with her she said recovering the presence of mind she apparently hind lost She destroyed It I presume said he laughing harshly- I saw her place It In her bosom sir and with the right hand cried the countess as If betraying a state secret In her You are telling me the truth 7 cried he his face lighting up Now see here lorry dont begin to question the countess word I wont stand for that Interposed Anguish good hu mo redly I should be more than base to say falsely that she hind done anything so absurd said the countess Indignantly Where Is she now asked Lorry In her bOudoir The Prince Lorenz is with leeralone- Whatl he cried Jealousy darting Into his existence lie hind never known Jealousy before They are betrothed said she with an effort There was a deed silence broken by Lorrys deepl groan as he turned and walked blindly to the oppo site side of the room lie stopped In front of a huge painting and stared at it but did not see n line or a tint Von dont mean to say she has ac Ieptel halt whispered Anguish Nothing lens Thank God you are only a count CBs be said tenderly Whywhywbat difference can It make I mean why do you say that she stammered crimson to her hair RpcaMsexoti wonl hqve tto sell your aeltilt a sacrifice lIe said foolishly Lorry came hack to them at this junc ture outwardly calm and delllwrate Tell us about It pray We bad guessed as much Out there are his peoplethe wretch eat she cried vindictively her pretty face III a helpless frown Today was the day you know on which he was to have his answer lie come and knelt lu the audience chamber All Grau stark had Implored her to refuse the hated offer but she bade him rise and there before us all promised to be come his bride The greatest sorrow Graustark has ever known grows out of that decision She is determined to save for us what her fathers folly lost To do this she becomes the bride of a vile wretch a titan who soils her pure nature when he thinks of her Oh we sought to this auntie her we begged we entreated but wlthoutacufl She will pot sacri flee one foot of GraUBturk to eave her self See the triumphant smiles on their faces the brutes She pointed maliciously to the chattering visitors in the ball Already they think the castle theirs The union of GraiMtark and Axphaln Jaet what they moat de sired but ire could set aaake terse it rIs the 4ay Mtr auliaftf1tr HTWT s rwea ut InB VCUVV of the dark brewed victorH Yes nud there Is to be no delny The marriage contract fuss already been signed The date la Nov 20 the day on which we are to account to Dolnroz for our war debt The old princes wedding gift to draustnrk Is to be a document favoriiiB us with a ten years extension she said scorn fullyAnd where Is she to live Herr of course She Is Graustarks ruler and here she Insists on abiding Just contemplate our court 1 Overrun with those Axphalu dogs Ah she tins wounded Graustark more than she has helped her There was nothing more to be said or done so after a few moments the Americans took their departure The countess bade them farewell saying that she must return to the princess lU see you tomorrow said An gulsh with rare assurance and the air of an old and Indispensable friend And you Mr Lorry r she said curl ouslyI very much occupied he mum bledYou do wrong In seeking to deceive me site whispered as Anguish passed through the door ahead of them I know why you do not come has she told you I have guessed Would that It could have been you std not the oth er One cannot be a wait and a prince at the saute time I fancy ho said bitterlyNor can one be a princess and a woman Lorry recalled the conversation In the sickroom two weeks before and smiled Ironically The friendly girl loft them at the door and they passed out of the castle I shall leave Edelweiss tomorrow said one more to himself than to his Out there tire his jtrojile companion as they crossed the parade The other gave a start and did not look pleased Then he Instinctively glanced toward the castle The princess Is at the window I he cried catching Lorrys arm and point log back Hut the other refused to turn walking on blindly You ought not to have acted like that Greii said Anguish r few moments later She saw me call your attention to her and she saw you refuse to look back I dont think that you should have hurt her Lorry did not respond and there was no word between them until they were outside the castle gates You may leave tomorrow lorry If you like but Im going to stay awhile said Harry a trifle confusedly JIll ellt you lint enough of the place thelpJijeeYouhit as you and It Is not a princess that I have to contend with You wean that you are In love with the countess Emphatically Im sorry for you Think shell turn me down Unless you buy a title of one of these miserable counts or dukes Oh Im not so sure about that These counts and dukes come over std marry our American tfrls I dont SM why I cant step In mid pick out a nice little countess if I want to tjhe fis not as avaricious as the counts and dukes Ill wager Sh cares nothing for your money Well shes as poor as a church mouse raid the other doggedlyI youknow1 asked her one day and she told me all about it said Anguish CHAPTER XVI Jk CJASU AM pre J1E8CIT spending thereat of 11FEJ1111eIn that monastery up Lorry after dinner that evening They were stroll lug about the town One was deter wined to leave the city the other firm In his resolve to stay The latter won the dtwben he shrewdly If explosively reminded the fdruer that It was their duty as men to stay and protect the princess from the machinations Of Gabriel that knave of purgatory her ry at last recognizing the hopelessness of his suit was ready to throw down hU urns and abandon the field to supe rior odds His presumption In aspiring for the hand of a princess begun to touch his sense of hurnor and be laughed tot very rijerrlly It Ilit true but longrand loudly at his roll At flrit he cursed the world and every one in It giving up In despair but later be cursed only himself Yetsie do ppatred and scoffed be felt within him self an ever present hope t1aatllack Bbjfct turn the idle et battle r1ta luny Tcn1M pt1h11 when AWi i W tetdef Mat tike needed LM peaMdhkrttieM tide leas 4 a p IEdpU a4 Q do you suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy its LionI I Coffee comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for handling- or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh w FrayiM who might reasonably be expected to persevere lie agreed to linger In Edelweiss knowing that each day would add pain to the torture he was already suffering his sole object being be con vlnced himself to frustrate Gobrlel8soevil plans Returning late In the evening from their stroll they entered a cafe cele brated In Edelweiss In all his life Lorry hind never known the loneliness that makes death welcome The cafe was crowded with men and wouicu In a far corner sat a party of Axphnln nobles their prince a most democratic fellow nt the head of along table There were songs Jests and boisterous laughter The celebration grew wilder and Lorry anti Anguish crossed the room and taking seats at a table ordered wine and cigars both eager for a closer view of the prince How Lorry loathed limit Lorenz was a good looking young fel low little more titan n boy Ills smooth face was Hushed ant there was about him an air of dissipation that suggest ed depravity In Its advanced stage The face that might have been handsome was the reflection of n roue dashing devilish lIe was fair haired and tall taller than his companions by half a head With reckless abandon he drank and sang and Jested arrogant In his lllghty merriment Ills cohorts were not far behind him In riotous wit At length one of the revelers speak lug lu German called on Lorenz for n toast to the Princess Yetlve Ids prom i ised bride Without a moments hesita bon the prince sprang to his feet held his glass aloft and cried Heres to the fairest of the fair sweet Yetlve so hard to win too good to Jose She loves me God bless her hearth And I love her God bless my heart tool For each kiss from her won drous lips I shall credit myself with 1000 gavvos That Is the price of n kissIll give 2000 roared one of the nobles and there was a laugh In which S the prince joined Nay I Ill not sell them now In after years when she has grown old oust her lips are parched and dry from the sipplngs I have bad Ill sell them all at a bargain Alas she line not yet kissed much Lorrys heart bounded with Joy though his hands were clinched In rage She will kiss me tomorrow To morrow I shall taste what no other wait has touched what all men have coveted And Ill be generous gentlemen She Is so fair that your foul mouths would blight with but one caress upon her tender lips and yet you shall not be deprived of bliss 1 shall kiss her thrice for each of you Let me count Thrice eleven Is thirty three Aye thirtythree of my kisses shall be wasted for the sake of my friends Lucky dogsl Drink to my princess I Bravof cried the others And the glasses were raised to lip A chair was overturned The form of a man lauded suddenly at the sldo of the prince and a rough hand dashed the glass from his fingers the contents flying over his Immaculate English evening dress Dont you dare to drink that toast cried a voice in his astonished ear R voice speaking In excited German lie whirled and saw a scowling face beside his own a pair of gray eyes that lashed fire- What do you mean be demanded anger replacing amazement The other members of his party stood as If ipellbound I mean that you speak of the Prln yputniderstan4that Gut screamed the prince convulsed with rage starting back and instinctively reaching for the sword he did not carry You shall pay for this I I ivlll teach you to Interfere Ill Insult you more decidedly just to avoid misapprehension snarled Lorry swinging his big fist squarely upon the mouth of the prince Ills royal highness landed under a table Ical feet away instantly the cafe was In an uproar The stupefied Axphainfans regained their senses and a general assault wits made upon the hotheaded American He knocked another down Harry Anguish cowing to his assistance with several savage blows after which the 3raustark j ectator8 and the waiters interfered It v s nil over lu an In r itant yet a wrusatlou that would live In the gossip of generations bad bee- ncreate A prince of the realm had jeeii brutally assaulted Holding bin wjJXrfirt fcked himself from the floor several of his friends running to ils aid There was blood on his llm t and chin It trickled to his shirt front For some moments be stood panting glaring at Lorrys mocking face I am Lereaz qt Axpnata sir be- said at last bis roles quVrerluc will IIN aalalr lt0Ml be A Mswmte kill yoe CONTINUED OK PAGE 3 r 0 e s nti rira 1r7W- v y A t lr w Y 7 7llk- NOT I 1J7 fJIJfIAJf J H1 J KNOT i To be seen in GREGORY COS YELLOW PINE WEATHERBOARDING PRICE 16 PERII 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dtplaying his IgnorancA of leze majesty Anguish palo and very much con cerned dragged him nwny the prince leaving the cafe nhead of them fol lowed by his chattering cursing com panions Prince Gabriel was standing near the door an they passed out lie looped at the Americans sharply and Anguish detected something like trium phant joy in Ills eyes Good Lord Lorry this means a duel Dont you know thaUcried he as they started upstairs Of course I do and Im going to kill that villain toof exclaimed Lorry loud enough to be hoard Prow one end of the room to the other This Is horrible horrible I Let me square It up some way IP began the alarmed Anguish Square It upl Look here Harry An guts I am the one who will do the squaring If he wants a duel ho can have It at any old time and In any style he desires lIe may kill you Not while n Just God rules over our destinies Ill take my chances with pistols and now let me tell you one thing my boy Hell never live to touch his lips to hers nor will there be a royal wedding She cannot marry a dead man lIe was beside himself with excitement and It was fully half an hour before Anguish could bring him to a sensible discussion of the affair Grad I ually he became cool and the fever once gone he did not lose his head again Choose pistols at ten paces and at 8 tomorrow he said nonchalantly asa- 11p at the door of their apartment an nounced the arrival of the princes friendAnguish admitted two well dressed black bearded men both of whom hind sat at the princes table In the cafe They Introduced themselves as the Duke of Mlzrox and Colonel Attobawn Their visit was brief formal and con elusive We understand that you are persons of rank In your own America Y said the Duke of Mlzrox after a few mo mentse are sons of business men responded Mr Anguish Oh well I hardly know But his highness Is very willing to waive his rank and to grant you a meeting Im delighted by his highness con descension which I perfectly under stand observed Mr Anguish Now what have we to settle gentlemen The detail of weapons When Anguish announced that his principal chose pistols n strange glcani crept Into the eyes of the Axphai laws and they seemed sutlslled Colonel At tobawn acted as Interpreter during tills short but very Important Interview which was carried on In the Axphaln language Lorry sat on the window sill steadfastly gazing Into the night The visitors departed soon and It was un derstood that Prince Lorenz would condescend to meet Mr Lorry at 8 oclock on the next morning hi the valley beyond the castle two miles from town There was no law prohibiting duels In irauRtark Well youre In for It old man said Anguish gloomily his chin In his hands OM he fastened melancholy eyes upon his friend Dont worry about me harry Theres only one way for this thing to Dont you dare to drink that toast end Ills royal highness llit dpomed Lorry spoke With the earnestness and conviction of one who Is permitted to see Into the future Calmly ho prepared to write sort letters not to say farewell tint to ox plain to certain ptrsons the cause of the duel and to say that bc gloried In the good fort UHI which had prwiited Itself One of thtw letters wits addressed to his mother luiotlur tQ the father of Prlfui Lorenz and tilt last to the Princess of SrrUHtnrk To the latter ln wrote much that dill not np pwlr In till epistles directed to the oth ers Anguish hind been In hits ro MJi more thou an hour and laud frequently called to his friend and begged him to secure what rest he could in order that their nerves might be steady In the nfornlng But It was not until utter midnight that the duelist sealed the envelopes directed them and knocked at his seconds door to say I snail Intrust these letters to you Harry You must sco that they starts oil tliolr vuytdli6rrow Tin Hi lie went fo lied nod tojslbep a At 0 oclock his second who had lept but little called him They dressed hurriedly and prepared for the ride to the valley Their own new English bulldog revolvers were to serve as weapons In the coming com bat nnd a carriage was to be In wait ing tor them in a side street at 7 oclockBefore leaving their room they heard evidences of commotion In the hotel and were apprehensive lest the In mates had learned of the duel and were making ready to follow the fight ers to the appointed spot There was a confusion of voices the sound of rush ing feet the banging of diors the noise Increasing as the two men stepped Into the open ball They were amazed to see half dressed men and women standing or running about the halls Intense excitement In their faces and hi their actions White uniformed policemen were locking into the corn dors Soldiers coatless and hatless fresh from their beds came dashing upon the scene There were excited cries angry shouts and more mystify ing than all horrified looks and whis pers I What has happened asked Lorry stopping near the door It cant be a fire Look The doer to that room down there seems to be the center of attraction Hold on Dont go over there Lorry There may be something to unnervn you and that must not happen now Let us go down this stairway It leads to a side en trance I think They were half way down the stairs when the thunder of rushing fret In the hall above mme to their ears causing them to hesitate between curiosity and good judgment They are coming this way Hear tlrn howl What the devil can be the cause of all this rumpus cried the other At that Instant a half dozen police guards appeared at the bead of the stairs Upon seeing the Americans they stopped and turned as If to oppose a foe approaching from the opposite di rection Baron Dangles separated himself from the white coats above and called to the men below In alarm they started for the street door Ho usulallypurple his anxious eyes darting first toward the group above and then to ward the bewildered Americans Whats the matter demanded Lorry There See cried Dangloss and even as he spoke a conflict began at the head of the stairs the police aug mented by a few soldiers struggling against a howling enraged mass of Axphalnlans Dangloss dragged his re luctant charges through a small door and they found themselves In the bag gage room of the hotel Despite their queries he offered no explanation but rushed them along passing out of the opposite door down n short stairway and Into a aide street A half dozen police guards were awaiting them and before they could catch the faintest Idea of what It all meant they were running with the officers through nnI alley us If pursued by demons Now what In thunder does this mean punted Lorry attempting to slacken the pace He and Anguish were just beginning to regain their souses Do not stop Do not stop wheezed Dangloss You must get to n place of safety We cannot prevent something divudful happening If you tire caught If we are caught cried Anguish Why what have we done Unhand me Baron Dangloss This Is an outrage shouted Lorry For heavens sake be calm We are befriending you When we reach the tower whore you will bo safe I shall explain gasped the panting chief of police A few moments later they were Inside the prlspii gates angry Impa tient fatigued Is this u plan ip prevent the duelV demanded LorryjT ttirnlng upon tho chief who hud dropped limply Into a choir and was mopping his brow When he could II nil his breath enough to an swer Dangloss dM so land he might as well have thrown n bombshell at their feetTherell be no duel Prince Lorenz Is dead Dead gasped the others Found dead In his bed stabbed to the heart exclaimed the chief We have saved you front his friends gen tlemen but I must say that you are still In a tight place He thou related to thou the whole story Just before 0 oclock Mlzrox had gone to the princes room to prepare him for the duel The door wits closed but unlocked as ho found after repeated knocking Lorenz was lying on the bed undressed and covered with blood The horrltlod duke wade n hasty ox auilnntloii and found that he was dead A dagger had boon driven to ills hlurtIas ho slept The lintel was arouse police were culled fluid the excitement was at Its highest pitch when the awe friends crude from their room n few minutes after UI nut what have we to do with this dreadful affair Why are we rushed off hero like criminals asked Lorry a feeling of cruel gladness growing out of the knowledge that Lorenz was dead and that the princess was freed from hercompactMy said Dangloss slowlyI you are accused of the murder Lorry was too much stunned to be angry too weak to protest For some moments after the blow fell he and Anguish were speechless Then came the protestations the rage and the threats through all of which Dangloss sat calmly Finally ho sought to quiet them partially succeeding- Mr Lorry the evidence Is very strong against you but you shall not bo unjustly treated Ypu are not a prisoner as yet In Graustark a man who Is accused of murder and who was not seen by arty one to commit the rrjmo lumnot be legally arrested until rtu accuser halloo before the prliiccaa J who Is also high priestess and swear on bU life that he knows the guilty man The man who so accuses agrees to forfeit his own life In case the other Is proved Innocent It you are to be charged with the murder of the prince some one must go before the princess and take oath his life against yours I am holding rou here sir because It Is the only plioo In which you ore safe I ornnzn fronds would have torn you to piers hid we not found you first You are not prisoners and you may depart If you think It wise But how can they amuse me I know nothing of the murder until I reached this place cried Lorry stop ping short In Ills restless walk before the little baron So you say but If you accuse mo Ill kill you I whispered Ix rry holding himself tense Anguish caught and held him Be calm sir cautioned Dangloss I may here my views but I am not willing to take oath before her royal highness Listen You were heard to say you would kill him You begun the tight You were the aggressor and there Is no one else on earth It Is said who could have wished to murder him The man who did the stabbing entered the room through the hull door and left by till sonic There are drops of blood In the carpet lending direct to your door On your knob are the prints of bloody lingers whore you or sonic 0110 else placed his hand In opening the door It was this discov cry made by me nnd my men that fully convinced the enraged friends of till dead prince that you were guilty When wo opened the door you were gone Then came the search the tight nt the head of the stairs and the race to the prison The rensou I saved you trout that mob should be plain to you I love my princess and I do not for get that you risked your life each of you to protect her I have done nil that I sun gentlemen to protect you In return It moans death to you If you fall Into the hands of his followers Just now A few hours will cool them off no doubt but nownow It would be madness to face them I know not what they have done to my men nt the hotel perhaps butchered them There was anxiety In Dungloss voice nand there was honesty In his keen old eyes Ills charges now saw the situation clearly and apologized warmly for the words they hid ut tered under the pressure of Homewhat extenuating circumstances They ox prossod a willingness to rennin In the prison until the excitement abated or until some one swore his life against the supposed murderer They were virtually prisoners nnd they knew It well Furthermore they could see that Baron Dungloss believed Lorry guilty of the murder Protestations of fine cence hud been politely received and politely disregarded Do you expect one of his friends to take the oath asked Lorry Yes It Is sure to conic But you will not do so yourself uNon I thank you captain for I see that you believe me guilty I do not say you are guilty remem ber but I will say that If you did murder Prince Lorenz you have made the people of Graustark rejoice from the 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instance in the United States whore a Trust Estate CompanyWol Trust Com pany Business and the business is in the Mutes experienced officers und are fully equipped in every way having the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults nrd I CM s in tie city d p The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized ln1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individual and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to uswill receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vaultfurnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits Advertise lit v i uL t 1n SRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D end V GBABBAQE EdItor and Proprietors Issued EveryWednesday- 8nbscription Price 100 a year or 1125 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charger ed at the rate of 10 rents per lit OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of Ii c nti per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1003 EIGHT PAGES L II do ST L TIME TABLE i EAST KOUND No W Dilly Fast Train leaves Clovcrpo 5o7 A M stops at West Point only arrlv eimt Louisville 715 A M No 421ully Mall and Express leaves Ch terport 040 AII stops at mill way station arrives Louisville 12151 M r No 44 Dblly Malt and Express leaves CIa ycrport 443 PM stops at all waystations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 110 P M WEST BOUND No41 Dally fct Louis Mull and EEvanleaves lovenortIOOJ A M arrives YUle 150 IM urrlvtl St Louis 716 I II stops only at llawesvllle Lewlsjwit Power Owenslwro Stanley Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson No 3 Evallsvllle Mall undatall leave Oloverport 1lII StoP way lita itlions Arrives at Evansvllle 1030 P M- No 45 dally ft Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1045 P M arrives Evansvlllel 20 A A M St Louis 7 SO A 111 stops at Hawcsvllle Owenslwro and Henderson only No 47 Cloverport Accommodation Dlilly leaves CloVtrport ut 600 II m Stop lit al Ma tlons Arrives at Evansvllle u 00 a m Returning leaves Evansvllle ut 530 p m- arrives at Clover ort 830 p m Thruogh coaches on trains 41I 44 45 and 46 Parlor curs on trains 41 42 43 and U Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 make connect tlon at Irvington for Fordsvllleevery day ex- ceptr Sunday Trains 1It 43 and 41 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Dr P W Foote is offering his fine farm near Irvington for sale Hit is an ideal dairy farm well equipped in every way for turning out a tine product The wonder is that the floe tor wants to part witn it It IH conveniently located to the market and Footes butter has always been a good Seller For a man who understands the dairy business it seems to us that here is a splendid opportunity to drop right into a good paying busi ness The Hon D C Moorman candidate for reelection tar the Legislature writes that he will be present at the Mining Masons barbecue and is deeply interested in its succes Co Norris D Belknap Republican candidate for Governor has also in timated that he oily be present if he can arrange it This barbecue like the one hold last year promises to be the event of the season and a hap py meeting place for friends and relatives The Masons are making arrangements to entertain 4000 people and when they put their heads together to do a thing they generally do it and do it in the right sort of a way So you had just as well make your arrangements to come enjoy the day and see the sights Samuel Dowell and W G Bandy Of Irvington were here Saturday to buy doors window sashes and other building material from Gregory K Co for the new Presbyterian parsonage Irvington Cicero and HI Daughter History abounds with examples of the love that lists existed between fa ther and daughter which proved HU perlor to the chungus of time and for tUlle defying even tenth Itself Mud en tering Into the records of humanity imperishable bud Immortal One of till most beautiful instances was the love of hero for Tulllu She was a woman of high attainments and waited clmraeter with qualities of heart and inliul that peculiarly fitted her to be her fathers Intimate com panion After her ilotitli he could rind neither consolation for her loss nor distraction for his grief Affairs of state weighty mutters of political and personal in terest oven the sympathy of Bruins and Ctisar could not dispel the nulan uholy that puttied down upon hits soul and forced him for a time Into retire Inuit Hu wrote of her In these touch lug words A daughter I had In whose sweet conversation I could drop all my euros mid1 troubles limit now every thin Is clmiiKiHl It IIH all over wIth no Attletif 1 fed It more than ever now that I have lost the only being Who Ktlll bound me to life An RxiiliiNlve Klrvntor There Is iKrhaps no elevator in the world more exclusive than that provid ed at the cupltol for tho Hiiprume court of the United States That elevator can be used by exactly eleven people and no one else would for a moment consider entering It except as the guest of ono of those eleven privileged gentle men The fortunate eleven are the nine justices of the United Stilton supreme court the clerk and the marshal of the court The elevator goes from the ground flour of the capitol to the main floor on which Is located the supreme court of the United States It Is a Binall elevator HO that with Its con ductor three portly forms of justices of the supremo court of tho United StnJCH would till it It Is ono of the very latest designs of electric elevators and is finished to magnificent style Woshinu ton Star ofI Jtoic 1H NFx HARDINSBURG 1 Franklin Kincheloe was in Loulsvil last week Fred Ferry of Cloverport was lIn town Sunday Mr and Mrs Paul u1tonspel Sunday at Garfield Frank Vessels of Owensboro Is visiting his mother Ernest Babbage of Cloverport was in the city Monday Percy M Beard was in Lonisvlll several days of last week Henry DeH Moorman spent Sanda with his parents near Glendeane Daily Beard Is spending a few days at Fordsvllle the guest of friends Miss Maggie Scott of Lonisvilli is visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Scott Dr John E Kincheloe spent ton day at Irvington the guest of friends Henry Head of Rosetta the life it eurance man was in the city last weekJno D Shaw spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville the guest of friendsIMrI and Mrs Frank Mercer of Florida are visiting Judge N Mo MercerJohn Alexander of Barns was tbe gneot of Mr and Mrs Joel H Phi last Friday John P Tucker of Meek a former deputy sheriff of the county was In town last Monday About thirtyfive Hnrdinsburg folks took in the Masonic excursion to Louisville last Sunday Mr mind Mrs Joel H Pile spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Urrin Hardin near Cloverport Harry Hambleton of Cloverport spent severalI days of last week in town the guest of relatives The Rev W F Hogard tilled hit regular appointment at the M E church South last Sunday Mr Coleman E Haswell and family spent Sunday at Mr and Mrs Hen ry Skillmana near West View Deputy Sheriff Herbert M Beard went to Cloverport last Monday on Justness connected with his office Miss Alliene Murray of Clover fort who has been visiting Miss iliunie Murray returned home Sun lay Miss Fannie Smith who has been Islting her sister Mrs Ornn Hardin rear Cloverport returned home to lay Wtu V Bowmer of Lou isville who has been the guest of his mother Irs R H Bowmer returned nome uesday W S Beard of Louisville who has been visiting his parentsMr and hrs G W Beard returned home Jonday Mrs W B Lennon and children etnrned Sunday from visit to Mr and Mrs Roland A Smith at Steph insport Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard and hildren will leave thIs week for lindnnnti where they will spend everal days Mrs Caleb Hodge of McLeanaboro 111 arrived last week Kid is the guest of her brother Dr Milton Board nnd other relatives Robert Bull Evan Royalty and Franklin Kincheloe are guests of lIss Mary Richardson at a house arty in her home In Union Star The Rev W H Foreman has nproved his property by building an ddition to his residence and painting it Harvey Woods did the painting Miss Eva Cashman of Denver Col who tins been visiting Miss Margaret irodlewent to Union Star last Fri- ay where she will be the gnest of relatives- B F Beard Co are displaying in weir window a large mounted alliga tor skin The alligator was killed In Florida and is a trophy of Frank ilercera shall and prowers Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications they cannot reach iseased portions of the ear There III only one way to cure deafness red that is by constitutional remo 1I0t Deafness is enticed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the EustachlanTube When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is ntirelylclosed Deafness is the re suit and unless the inflamation cane takenout and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be lestroyed forever Nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which ia nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Dol am for any case of Deafness caused jy catarrhthat cannot be cured by lulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars ree F J Cheney R Co Toledo 0 Sold ly Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are the Lest T Mies Bessie Simpson of Nicholas vllle Ky who has been the gnest bf Miss Ruth Haynes returned home londay c i IRVINGTON Mr McClure has gone east Miss Iva Mudd has gone back to LouisvilleThe Hook have returnfe to Hardinsburg Rev Hines is holding a protracte meeting in Bewleyville BornTo the wife of flint Beauch amp a fine little girl Tun Ius Foote left Friday to try his fortune in Texas Work has begun in earnest on the Presbyterian Parsonage Miss DeJarnett and Misses Miller and Jones have left for their homes Rev Williams wits here last week circulating among admiring friends Miss Alice Board of Holt arrive Sunday to see Miss Dolly Jlaycomb Dr and Mrs Paul Dempster are here with Mr and Mrs F B Lyons Mr Parks spent Saturday in Clover port on business with Short A Hay nes Miss Cecil Spradlin is home fron a pleasant visit to Miss Payne at Bewleyvllle Mrs Harry White has gone to Haw esville and Cloverport for an indefinite stay Clarence Penick And family are here visiting Mrs Penicks father R S Bandy Irvington has recently been math a coaling station consequently all trains stop here Mrs Jonas Lyons and Hubert lore home from Martinsville Ind mutt improved in health Mr Milton Brown has returned from Lyonia where he went to attend the funeral of an uncle Rev Graves WAS callea to officiate at the funeral of Mr St Claira little child on Monday last Harvey Board was in town Sunday handshaking and looking happy and delighted to see old friends Misses Lou Moreman and May Dempster nnd Miss Nell Moonran are visiting Mr and Mrs Foster LyonsJ Lewis and little Reba Rev Graves wife and mother are making urrangemenst to attend the Chantau ina at Owensboro also Rev Hines Miss Anna May Herndon left Fri lay for her home in Henderson after a five weeks eojonrn nere among her many relatives and friends She was jccompamect by Miss Mabel McGlotn laD for a visit We are always glad to welcome our young friends from Webster and pleased to see such a nice delegation it church Sunday night and to the ice cream supper Tuesday evening joule again Mr Clint Crntcher also has charge of a Niagara Falls party The rail oat fare from here is only 1100 round trip He hopes to arrange to go August 0 or 11 Miss McGlothlan oan give you full particulars of this rip to those in this tows and com nunity No one should slight this op lortunity to see one of the greatest wonders of the world also many of the states and Canada Mr Clinton Crutoher is again mak- Ing arrangements to pilot a party to ilammoth gave August 27 Low tttea will be offered from this place and any one wanting further particulars can see Miss L13 McGlothlan whoa assisting the transportation agent Mr Crntcher A large crowd is expected to go from here and the more the merrier CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho- Signaturo of ROUND TRIP RATES via MISSOURI PACIFICt- o many points in the states of Colorado Utah California Mon tana Oregon and Washington from Missouri River terminals Council Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive 1750 to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo daily to Sept 30 3050 to Ogden and Salt Lake City daily to Sept 30 4450 to spokane Aug 4 and 18 Sept 1 and 15 5200 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle Aug 4 and IS Sept 11 n I 15 4500 to San Francisco and Los Angeles Aug 1 to 14 inclusive 4500 to Portland Tacoma and Seattle Aug 1 to 14 inclusive 5000 to San Francisco and Los Angeles Oct 11 to 17 inclusive Full Information cheerfully furnished on application to- W II CONNOR G A 58 E Fourth st CINCINNATI OHIO 111 Quarterly Report OP T- nlBreckinridge Bank CLOVERPORT KY At the close of business on the 30th da of June 10X1- ItESOUIICES Loans and discounts e 119410 Overdrafts unsecured 2011 6 Duo from National flunks 82333763- Due from flute Banks 19ullliHanking houso and lot 354 ZI Other stocks and bonds Gyf33 S Specie 01IiO M Currency 400309 12 au 51 Furniture und fixtures 2211 86 241054 6Ji LIAIUI1TIES Capital stuck paid In In CIL hf45100 00 Surplus fund 6755 611 Undivided profits 100 00 Deposits subject to check on which Inter est i 670i3 8 Time certificates of de posits on which Inter est Is paid 110C08 23 IStfCSO 1 Unpaid dividends 3 per ct declared this duty 1353 00 Fund to pay taxes 816 81 1 f 2410M i STATE or 1r TUCKYSllCounty of Ilrcckenrldgc I A It Hkllltnan Cushier of thn Hreckc ridge lank a bunk located and doing busl floss on Wall street In the cIty of Cloverpqrt In saId county twins duly sworn says that tho foregoing report Is In all respects u true statement of the condition of the said Hank at tho close of business on the Stth duty 01 Juno 1903 to tho best of his knowled ItE und belief land further says that the buslne of said Hank has boom transacted at tho loca tlon named and not elsewhere and that thE UlioTo report U made fromtihouSecretara afl official notice received ot Iulyl003aA H SICILLMAN Cashier J T8KIUMAN II IDirectorsFSubscribed and sworn to before mo by A n Skillman Cashier the 2nd day of June IP- OCHAKLFS H N P H C My SIlLLlIIAiiO 11104 Quarterly Report OK TilE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business June 30th 101 RESOURCES Loans and discounts i 15295 OJ Due from National Hanks S10D2S as 10X8 3 Specie 4tiO 43 IwBGFuruttureI I 4 tJ Current cxpumes lust quarter 171 ti3 Current uxplaxt quarter ending March 31st 4iO 03 51n- 2F302I1 jLIAHILIIES Capital stock paid In 8 7500 iI Surplus fund oo83i Deposits subject toclieok on which Int Is not paid 216527 45 Demand certificates of deposit on which Interest Is paid 557822 2216 61 SO21 jJOHtfSADAIK Castile iirLMAN11it Director 0 W IAYNtf i STATE OF KENTUCKY I ss County of Hrcckunrldgc f Julia S Adair Cashier cif Tho Two State tank it Hank located and doing bnalnes IIII the Town of Stepliensx In sift county icing duly sworn says till foregoing report IIs In mull Kspectsu true statement of the condition of the said Hank at the close of bust less on the 30th duty of Juno 1103 to the of his knowledge and toilet und further say that the business of said Hank huts hlon transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report IIs mad compliance with an olllclul notice receive from the Secretary of State designating the Sfltli lily of Tune 1903 us the day on which buch report shall be made Subscrllxd and sworn tt before cue by rob S Adair Ciifililcr the 1st day of July 1C03 Wit K HOOKCIcr HV LhlIiFLM n C 0 N N h r First Classn MealsII I For Picnics t AVo are prepared to fur nish meats for suchoccasions I Wo make a feature of this business during the season i andcan supply every kindof meat neededdo it quick do it right and do it cheap No matter how largo or small I tho party may be wo cantt furnish tho meat to perfect 1 iontJust let us know byI phone or JcttCII Fred May City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORTI KY i i NN tNNNtHH1 Will Teach at Hardinsburg The Board of Trustees for the Har HrjHbnrg Normal and Collegiate Institute have employed MIss Maude myth late of the Sturgis Public Schools for the primary departmenl for the ensuing year Mrs Sue Mercer of Glendeane wlll be in charge ol tl1e intermediate work You Know What You Are Taking When you take Orovo Tasteless Chill Ton- IC because the formula lIs plainly printed or very bottle showing Hint It Is simply Iror IInd Quinine In n tasteless form No cure to pay Irlce Mc Phone us your grocery ordersee how well we handle It Babbage Son Position For Jj The Indy oLttio houso l1 Whcn she hus to APOLOWZE for tough bread or pastry The 1 woman who IRCSjj gf I I IIfor her baking haw no apologies toaa I oflcr But generally receives cansglltuh ions Tim bread and pastry is alwaysI goo dIiI rsrrmeanr Your grocer sells Cecdicks Gold Dust Mudo where quality First Last and always is our Flourii f Ca dick Milling r- II GRANDVIEW IND ALAAWASAAAAAAUUWAA AAUUAAAAAAAUWAAAAAAAf Lakeland Dairy Farm FORSALE tt- hawing determined to remove to city und devote myself exclusively to profess lonal work I now otTer ut private contract this splendidly equipped farm and the i untlrooutllt now used to operate and Salt lover road tend with 327 acres lying on and divided1 by Hardlnsburjj in thirty minutes drive of Irvington railway station 2tf acres In crops and pasture fund 60 acres In timber Used ten cars for dairying and therefore In good state of cultivation and unproved equipped and stocked as follows Modern ImprovementeZ1aleni seven room cottage newly paInted and with cellar underneath largo yariS and garden with cistern und such buildIngs as belong Ina yard two tenement louses and one cabin barns for keeping 50 to t1 head oftcnttland horses mugnilclenl Jrancry with seven bins will store 3000 bushels I grain and lower noon store machinery wagons etc double silo with 150 ton capacity four room hog tabernacle family orchard and small fruits eight large Jakes or ponds from four to six feet deep each covering from one to ono and one halt acres and situated exactly at right place settles the water question and sup plies the fish underground ice houses etc fur machinery I will mention lob p engine and bailer complete two tread powers one and two horse large fllll and enslla u cutter and thirty feet of carrIer wheat bInder corn hInder mowers rakes ILII kInd of plows cultivators harrows 4weeder drills clrcular sow rllt cream separator harm wagons surrey bUlly Intact everything from a ten horse engine to u hatchet d l11IJnllllel1t dairy herd of IOCOW8 andO heifers of the Tormentor untl Rt Lambert families now headed by IL son of the noted King of lit Lambert Founding of thIs hers has been the work or ten years umd the result Ls nil average of more tfts n WO Ibs of butter per year for each cow In the herd and I Ib of butter for every two gallons of milk andlxst butter market In the United Stalest head of mules and horses 35 tons of timothy clover and oat hay 45 acres ctrow lug crop of corn etc All offered privately for next month at end of that time I closu out remaining perliOnalltl Mat pUblhauctloll An Idea of the value of this term and outfit Is Indicated by the business it does which nmouuts to more than S300 nixli average every month Ask flank of Hardlnsburg If proof Is required write for particulars terms etc or visit the place and see for yourself Dr P W Foote IRVINGTON KYY- YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYOYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYTT + + + + + + + + + + j M H GABBERT I l of Elizabethtown KyZDISTRICT AGENT FOR I HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORKt t THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD it This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO Y INSURANCE giving the most liberalcontract on farm i town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of i Prompt attention given to any matters that may como up andII Y J B HERNDON Agent Irvington Ky OANa4+NCONN N NN N+NNO + + 2ffJrrYrJtrrlYrrYYYrvMItYrYrrltrrYrvrYYrYYrr1rlrrlbrvlrt1 n j i i ASii i i i i i 1isi i i IYOUIIJ t A new comedy played on Kentucky soilC i by thousands of characters at the Seven Hills Chautauqua Assembly each year It is as full Iof mirth laughter song and intellectual en i joyment as any of Shakespeares plays The I17 Hills Chautauqua I Owensboro KJi i AUOUST6TO2Ori iiprovides an all star bill of wondrous enterii tainment lectures and classes that are sure J to be just As you like it 0 WRITE j i W G ARCHERI iiGeneral Superintendent OWENSBORO KY JLfor free booklet w t4lc WtrartX itttgAilS1iillitA Ai41aA2tAAiAhA CilitAA A11i1AASt IwA 11 91 a tdn C i lTs Mja t s aL h FTtittsAfter Pills of a bilious habit by taking one of these pills If you have been MUCHut they will promptly relieve the nausea t SICK HEADACHE t and nervousness which follows restore the appetite and remove gloomy feel Ings Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitutea I IJfi tt The Breckenridge Newsy f i WEDNESDAY AUGUST B 1003 Try our want column for your wants ii Good oncou 8c per pound Babbage I Son i CitySj last fii weekonr Try Java Blend Coffee JJOo pound Babbage Son t i Mrs Tilliuan Pauley went to Louisville yesterday Miss Ethel Oelze returned lust week from Georgetown Ky Try Gatos Brand California fruits Babbage Son Born last week to the wife of Irvin OBrien a daughter t Z T Cox and wife of Ekron were in Owensboro SundayaMrs Alonzo Fallon is visiting her sons Justin at Cedarville Ind Miss Lessle Newton is visiting ref atives and friends at Owensboro The rniiilast week came in time to give growing crops a fresh start j The Hon Geo Jolly of Owensboro was in the city Friday on business Miss Margaret Fcnner of Hender son lis the guest of Miss Ida Wilson Byrne and Roscoe Severs left Thurs day for the Cumberland mountains The Eaton Shoe smartest shoe made for men fjr0 Babbage Son Miss Rhodes Taylor of Clover Creek is visiting Miss Mary Collins Felix Elder of Henderson for merly of this city was in town Fri day Mr Harry Hills anti little daughter Julia have returned from Darlington S CE P Fenn and wife of Harding burg were In town Monday on bust ness I Miss Katie Moorman is visiting relatives in Hancock county this week j MiesMuril1 Gregory came up from Owensboro Thursday to visit rela tivesJ D Gregory will till your coal house for 8A cents per bushel during AugustFor One brick store room 85 x 100 feetnoA Oelze Clover port Ky Leon Wilkerson came yesterday to visit his mother Mrs Elizabeth WilkersonAlex colored is back with the Fair at his old job as driver of the delivery witgon Gregory sells the best coal on the market for fflflO pei 100 bushels deliv ered to your coal house Miss Jean Todd came up front Owensboro Wednesday to be the guest of Miss Marion Bowmer Miss Ina Miller of New Albany Indwho has been spending a week with relatives returned home Monday Miss Cecilia Foote of Owensborp who has been the guest of relatives in this city and county for several weeks returned home Thursday Miss Lucetta Miller returned Wed nesday from a visit to Mrs Sue Har daway at Bewleyville and the family of Mr Frank Claycoinb at Irving ton Mrs U G Wills Mrs Francis JIf Sawyer and Miss Amelia Sawyer were in Hardiusburg last week the guests of Mr awl Mrs Alfred N HestonThe boilers at the Murray Roofing Tile plant have been repaired and the other cnanges in the machinery and building are being pushed to comple tionWm Perkins is putting up the real deuce on the Hamilton lot to bo occu pied by J W Pate and built by the Cloverport Real Estate and Im provement Co The Fair W T Tilfrd proprietor opened for business Saturday morn- Ing The store was attractively de corated and at an early hour customers thronged the big store Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a back straight neither will It Ihump leg long but It fem soft makeIIdiseased hone and Is the few genuine means of recovery iin rickets and consumptionSend umpleSCOTT 49415 New York Mind fioo all drogjUU 4r n 11 2 It is snob a pleasure to have Jnils n Coombs shave you- BornAugust 1st to the wife of Frank Engllihn girl Mrs C J Fellaof Atlilisou was in the city shopping Monday Mrs O B Mattiuiily who is via itiug relatives in Owejsboro is quite sick Miss Sallie Lightfoo of Hawesviile has been visiting Dr And Mrs F L Lightfoot Bert Beiivin painted R N Hudsone oillue last week and iis painting the L H St L depot this week John Bishop tins bought out S E Wilsons interest in the confection ery firm of Wilson fe Bishop Mr and Mrs Jas Witt returned Saturday from a visit to Mrs Mug daleen Pennington at Big Spring- A A LaHeist assisted by James Pulliam of Harainsbnrg is putting a new tin roof on the Cloverport High School building this week The Misse Tempe of Louisville daughters of the late Frank Tem pe and Miss Koch came to Mr Julius Dutschkes Holt to set up one of their fathers harp pianos nnd are guests of the family HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES National Encampcmcnt 0 A R San Francisco August 1722 1903 For this occasion rate of x350 for round trip Cloverport to Sanfrancisa and return will be made Tickets to be sold July 81st to August 13 inclu sive Also on morning trains of Au gust 14th Good retnrnng OctT sea Shore Excursions Atlantic City Ocean City Sea Isle City Avalon Anglese Wildwood Holly Beach Cape May N J Ocean City Md and Rehoboth DelFor this occft slon rate of 1725 for round trip Cloverport to above points and return will be made July iJOAugO and Aug 13 Return limit 12 lays inolndlng date of sale Old Point Comfort Excursions For these excursions rate of i55l for round trip Cloverport to Ulll Point comfort and return will be n ade Tickets to be sold for morning trains July 15 and Aujr 18 good returning 15 days Including date of sale Free reclining car chair un train leaving Cloverport at 036 a m August Gti for use of Seashore passengers Kentucky State SundaySchool Convention Lexington Ky August 1820 1903 For this occasion rate of 485 for the round trip Cloverport to Lexing ton and return will be made Tickets to be sold Aug 17th and 18th Final return limit Aug 21 Cheap rate excursions to Niagara Falls and return on August 4 n 11 and 14 Apply at ticket office tot in formation Henderson Louisville Excursion Sunday Aug 9 For trains leaving Cloverport 507 a- in and 040 rate of 125 for round- trip Cloverport to Louisville and re turn will be made Limited to return on 43 or 45 same date Owensboro Chatauqua Rates For the Cnatanqna rate of 1 60 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Ang 6 to 20 inclusive limited to return August 21 Louisville Jefferson County A fIe fl colored Fair Louisville Ky Aue 1822 1903 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on August 18 and 23 limited to return August 24 Tickets sold only to colored passengersEXCURSION On Sunday August 0 for trans leaving Cloverport 507 am and 0 40 a m rate of 125 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made good returning on 411 or 45 of same date Notice I will be in Stephensport about the middle of August for two days prepared to make all rinds of photo graphs Win J Mattingly Cloverport Ky UNION STAR i Born To the wife of Ralph Am mons August Ia son Mrs Wm Mummer returned from tin White Sulphur Springs Saturday She was away two weeks Miss Nell Cashman begun her school at 1opiar Grove Monday and Miss Cora McCoy at Stepheneport Newsom Gardner who has beN spending his vacation here returnee to Irvington Snnuay The Onion Star and Sample bas ball teams crossed bats on the latter grounds Saturday afternoon It resulted in a victory for the Union Star boys The sure stood 20 to 10 Miss Eva Cashman returned Thursday night from a visit to fiends IHarlUnsbl1rgI throng I Preto1I u t IMCHSTRJTAKE DOWN REPEATING SHOTGUNS A Winchester TakeDown Repeating Shotgun with a strong shooting full choked barrel suitable for trap or duck shootingand an extra interchangeable modified bore barrel for field shoot lug lists at only 4200 Dealers sell them for less This makes a serviceable all round Run within reach of evenbodys pocket book Winchester Shotguns outshoot and outlast the most expensive double barrel guns and are Just as reliable besides WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN ON THE HUSTLE I Is the Queen City of the Pennyrlle Owensboro will Demonstrate what She Can do with a Big Attraction Like the State Fair The enterprising Business men of Owensborn have carried their plans far enough along to make it clear that the State Fair during the weeK of September Gist Iin going to be a greater success even than was experienced last year in LouisvilleI They are already showing that when Owensboro bids for a big at traction success is assured the enterprise it matters not wnat the na ture of it may be This1at least is the opinion of the Directors of the State Fair who found a farseeing determined set of business men at Owensboro reedy to takn hold of every suggestion and car ry it to a successful conclusion The following local committee have been placed in charge there Advisory Committee Dr J G Hickman C W Bransford Lee Ray Entertainment Commitee W G Archer J W McCnllocliL S Fred erick During August about 2000 hand beItern Kentucky counties Secretary b B Shropshire at the headquarters in the Board of Trade Building Louisville is daily receiving scores of letters from the biggest live stock men in this State and in the United States announcing their intention to complete for time 20000 cash prizes that will be distributed Several new big amusement attractions will be announced in a week or two State Fair Association i I Wo have a box paper with all colors + 50c now 30c iiwaso t and envel opes blue and whitcaro nice shortZnotes wore 50o now40c iiAneat box paper with envel opcSjisi price 2uc lOc L llo = I Warts= r WAXTEIlTIKMAKEKS WANTED tlo tnnkiTH for Initliir triirt County Will Pay 10 and lteprcscnlingileun STKAYEU Strayed from the farm of August Putsclike liursu 15 hands hlili3 or 4 years old with star In forehead If you have seen him or know where he IIs write James Dutftdike Ixxllburg ICY FOR SAIK 30head shorthorn and Iolted nurham and heifers To reduce my herd will soil any of alKtve cattle very low They are nil first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep nd young Polled Durham hulls 15 months old weight 1000 Ibs price J5o L Green Tall of Rough Ky WANTED TIM1IEK MFN Wanted twenty pood timber men Will pay I per lily Will IH In Cloverport until Tuly 27 See him at Springs luIyS1 Hope to meet twenty good stave makers C W llea vln Snblno Miss COOK WANTED VLantfd cook Good wages Apply at News ofnVe WANTED D Af CThat lire clean and largo 3c per rvrvvltiHiui will he paid for them dellv ered nt this ottlco Ino II Itahbugu FOR SALT PRiNTiNU Iressew and Cuttlllit mllhIIlCI lot of good Laundry nmoiilnes Also new and seoondhaiid las and Uiisollnu Engines MARTIN UAIIfE 5103rd Street Ixiulsvllle Ky MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Inxiiranco Policies bought for ciish or on lit low rides Call on or write toINO IP 1JASWELL Jn Attorney tit luw Hurdlnslmrg ICy pp Berkshire and B PI Rocks FOR SALE Large Fimllsli llcrkshlre logs and Hiirrtt1 Plymouth Hock Chickens lien Holt 110747 430 MM as 11 yuarllnu lit held of herd Eggs In season Also Choice Vhltc Surd Corn JOHN II KOSTEH NoCnek Ohio Co Kv0 Miss Margaret Clark of Owens boro who has been the guest of hei uncle Capt J H Rowland recur nod home Foleys Kidney Cure is a medicine free from poisons and will cure any case of kidney disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine + + + + 1 1 0 0 e + e One of swellest this perforated withenvelopelvas now 40c The finish on this pa per 15e now only 9c This lot of box with is neat stylo and is nice for children color was 15c now9c I N The Good- Summer OldI I Time I tehits its disadvantages makes us cross and hard to please appetites Food must bo tempting IIdiseJiminlltin to eatables we are tempters to palate and Hams the very brand Breakfast Bacon the same sort Chickens the kind you like FRUITS AND VEGETABLES a The Best The Market Affords Try Us JCNOLTEBROMASONIC KY v TheBest t Every Watch dock spectacle or piece of jewelry you buy of us is the beat that the amount of money you pay for it win buy We also examine eyes anti do it as well as any one any place you unity go We tit you with the best quality glasses for as little money awl in great many cases for less money than any one else UcspcctfutlyI BallrJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG lAAJIIiIWMV4 JI KY WlI1rIfWJ 1 STATIONARy 0 REDUCED I 1e i i iOurstock of stationary must bo sold regardless of price Our stock is composed of the hest goods in the latest styles and will not lust long at the ollowing low picesiswell envelopes Whitings cards i this former now white Monday the things out paper 50c only Koman andenvelopeisvery ishwas paper envelopes a white best too CLOVERPORT a A stylish light grccnbox pa per with cnvelopesis this for 11101 price GOc now only 45C Envelopes with cobweb ef fect and paper to suit in all colors was 20c now 112c A New Article A now thing in envelopes and paper Onion skin in all col ors was 20c now 12c iA largo lot of lOo pencils Ythat2 A very large variety of pen 2 staffs and pens regular lOc e hat go for only5c IbooksI and weekly day hooks aindZetc at reduced pricesa Jno DBibbage V Gloverport Ky I I N N e NN 1 N 8 N et N + 4 4 + ++ +4 + tItlO Golden Crown FlourI I There are many flours on the market each represented to be just as good as Golden Crown I Flour but lacg the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the famous Golden Crown Flour Golden 1 Crown Flour is made from the best wheat and milled by honest methods It contains all that the1 best flour should contain and no more Cooks make themselves famous by using Golden Crown Flour It is absolutely pure i STAR ROLLER MILLS Cloverport Kentucky f 4 II j + t t MISSOURI PACIFIC ==RAILWAYOR IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEF- ROM St Louis and Memphis Affords tourist prospector or bomeseeker best service FASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IL Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma and Indian Territory Colorado Utah Oregon Texas Louisiana Old callfornlB1Arklu1as Pullman Sleepers Kr o nellnln chair cars on all trains Low rates free descriptive literature Consult Ticket Agents or address II C TOWNSEND 0 P anT A Mo R TO M ATTH EWS T P A- LOC18VIMC KY FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS For Rates and Information address III I McdUISE W R POwe Tr Pass Anent General Agent CINCINNATI OHIO REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST r On the first and third Tuesdays of each mouth special homeseekers and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Mis souri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rato Is one fare plus two dollars and for Singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars r1NHtNkTwttllMtAx t1t1aNR1111M11 1t111t t B I COLONIST RATES s VIA THE = r One half rate plus two dollars from Ie p Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem = phis to points i- nMISSOURI = S S s ARKANSAS 5 = INDIAN TERRITORYI = OKLAHOMA = K TEXAS i LOUISIANA I i This rate is in effect on the first and Jv third Tuesdays of each month Full Ijc information furnished upon applicaII J lion to any passenger agent of the J1 company or to = PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT x f Frisco SystemI SaInt Louis ttxttttattntKattttttttit Itttitwttttisiti Fruit Growing and Truck Farming along the Cotton Belt In the name of a new and finely illustrated booklet just published by the Cotton Belt Route It t IN in their OWIII words the story of those who IllneI gone west and achieved great success growing peaches sttuwhenies pearsI gmpet tomatoes onions melons potatoes and other fruit and truck onI limits Unit formerly sold for 3 to 10 allI acre and now yield iWO to 300 per acre copyfreeSouthwest for the rent you would pay luI the ISatt or North B W unRAVUK G I t TA Cotton Belt St LouisMo Do You Enjoy t tWhatYou Eat t youtremedy disordered digestion and diseased stomachs are so completely restored to health and the full performance of their I functions naturally that such foods as would tie one Into a double bow knot are eaten without even a rumbling and with a posl live pleasure and enjoyment And what Is more these foods are assimilated and thatdii tissuesJf 1 of dlgesUnts that will digest all classes of food In addition to this fact U contains In assimilative form the greatest known tonic 1 and reconstructive properties t i Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all r disorders arising therefrom J Kodol Digests What You Eat Makes the Stomach Sweet Dottlti only Regular size S 1 I00 holdlne 2K time tba trot size which sell for 50 cents Prpard by E O DeWITT A 00 Chicago III ii JL4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1003 fcural Free Delivery In Hancock Hancockcounty expects to get rural free delivery service next fall The route will go down the river road from Hawesville to Petne although the office will not be discontinued because it is a rail road office thence out to Fenley across to Martindale and Utility and into Hawesville again The offices at Martindale and Utility will of course be discontinued The service pays the carrier fifty dollars a month hut he must furnish a regulation wagon and a horse and go every day except Sunday D G Duncan of Hawesville was the only applicant who was examined A Physician Healed jJr Gee Ewing a practicing phy sician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years writes nls personal exper ience with Foleys Kidney Curl II For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarg ed prostrate gland I used everything known to the profession without relief until I commenced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three bot tles I was entirely relieved and cured I prescribe it now dally in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all physicians for such troubles I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect success A R Fisher Hawesvllles New Band The following young men have organized a cornet band at Hawesville H F Critser Sam Jackson Claud Younger George Younger Taber Miller Wm Kyler Chas Kyler Tom Kelly Leonard Keown George Franzman ChusHawley Chas Puck ett Squire Aldrldge Jr Cullie Car der and Colemau Goering This is the first cornet band Hawesville has had since about 1871 The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills in d KeverUit iMdioof Orove Tate leas Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Oul VPrlceBreckenridge NegrI In Trouble Old DeJernette a negro from the wilds of Breckenildge county who has made his home here for about a year was before Police Judge Tuber Tuesday night on the charge of wife beating Gideon played ball with wife on Sunday night because she charged him with toying with hearts of strange and entirely outside sisters The Judge assessed Gid 1800 and the railroad will settle the damages because the man works for the com puny Hawesville Plaindealer Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force is ietidytoserveI wheat and barley food adds no burden but stutai ns nourishes invigorates New Superintendent Appointed Last week John DeJernette was ap painted Superintendent of the Hancock county schools by County Judge M Stephens to succeed W S Givens resigned Mr DeJernette taught in the Hawesville school last year and is a wellknown young man He was reelected for next session but his appointment will remove him from the school room and another teacher will be selected Cures Kidney anJ Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid hey Bladder and Urinary diseases take u bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped ic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim ulty In passing water also u frequent desire or even involuntary discharges jf the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable oddof the urine scanty nod high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaohos in the back din appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the urio acid and dissolves and destroys It Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resist nil other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Sprague Coming Again Sprlguehiltreadyforsufficient water the boat will be down the Ohio with a gigantic tow of coal boats- Acquitted of Murder Charge Marshall Sara Keown of Fordsville who killed Lincoln Smith by shooting hun in a fight on a train had his examining trial before County Judge Miller and as all the testimony was in his favor he was acquitted What are Humors They are vitiated or morbid fluids course ing the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to detective diges lion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves T- In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility How are they expelled T By Hoods Sarsaparillawhich also builds up the system that hm Buffered from them It Is the best medicine for all humors To Select Campaign Committee Chairman C M Barnett of the Re publican state central committee bas called a meeting of the committee for August 11 at 780 p m in Louis ville for the purpose of selecting a campaign committee Invitations will be sent to all the Republican candida tes for state offices to be present Col M B BelKnap who is at his summer home at Black Hall Conn luis notified Col Barnett that he will attend the meeting Judge George DuRelle will in all probability be the cbalrma of the campaign committee and the head quarters will be in Louisville DeWitt Is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salvn look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts WI ten Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises bolls eczema and piles The popularity of OeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worth less counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by All Druggist Falls of Rough Inventors- A special from Washingtn D C says Patents have been issued as followsKentuckRobert C and Lafayette Beauchamp Falls of Rough corn harvester John Nanman Louis rule liquid fuel burn Richard S Weitzell Marion mine car spring bumper draw bar and automatic cou pIing Many persons in this community are suffering trout kidney complaint who could avoid fatal results by using Fol eys Kidney Cure A R Fisher Removes to California Los Angeles Cal July 24 1003 Editor News Please change my News from Vandervoort Ark to 1224 E Vernon Ave Los Angeles Cal I would be pleased to get the names and addresses of any Brecken ridge county people who live in Los Angeles or vicinity or to hear from any of my old friends who will ad dress me as above Will try to give you some facts about California when time will permit Yours truly Sidney J Brack When you want physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes Contract Is Awarded The contract for the creation of the Kentucky State building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year has just been awarded to Caldwell Drake the firm which is erecting both thu Agricultural and Horticultural buildings nod ground was broken last week Expected to Arrive This Month The delivery of the new engines bought this year by the Henderson Rout is expected this month instead or tills fall as formerly The entrlnes are the same style as Nos 10 aud 20 and will come from Pittsburgh Will Prospect for Lead Another Hawesville mineral company tins been formed for the purpose of min- Ing lead in Breckenridge county Last week U C Younger nod others of Hawesville went to Lodibnrg where they have leases on land to prospect for lead It is reported that Owens boro capital is interested Two Ribs Broken In Accident Mr William Brown living near Hardinsburg was thrown from his buggy the first of last week while returning from church and two ribs were broken Mr Brown is seventy live years old and was already a crip jibe having had his thigh dislocated some seven years ago from which he had never recovered His many friends will be sorry to bear of this accident Buy New Towboat The towboat Antoinette has been sold by Capt Charles MoNntl to Swallow Markel who own a floating opera for 17000 The boat is now on this Iliuols river Capt Me Nutt Is building a new boat at Mor gantown Ky to cost f10 000 C PoulUe With Telephone Company Mr Forrest Haynesa former Irving ton boy and nephew of Eugene Hay nes of this ctiy has resigned his position wih T R Lanmeu of Owens boron salesman in the dry goods and clothing department and has accepted the position of cashier for the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com pany in Owensboro His new position is a pleasant and responsible one riember of Church Fifty Years Beweyvllle Ky August 4Spec- intMr and Mrs B A Hardawny J M Hardaway Mrs Mary Bltssett W H Cain Sr Mrs Evelyn Harda way and Thos P Hardaway have been members of the Methodist church here over fifty years Laxative romo OTliiiine Cures aCoMlnOnQD yCripki2 Days Irrrnrr every p bolo aso Formerly From This County Miss Sue Henry Brashearof Green yule TexasIs visiting her aUterMra JE Chlppsat Birdsville Livingston Banner Sraithland Ky Mrs Clupps was Miss Helen D Brashear of Louisville a former Breckenridge county girl and daugh ter of the late James U Brashear OA TCRtBean the BJgn of tnn oa j mo NIIU You Han niiu s Boll Celebrated SeventyFifth Birthday Mr Anderson Hook living near Hardlnaburg celebrated his seventy fifth birthday at his home last Sun day All his children and grandchil dren fiftyfour in all were present and spent a most enjoyable day Mr Hook is a good man and a splendid citizen and the News hopes lie will live tc enjoY many other nappy re turns of his birth II had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion Lee of Dnnreath Ind hI tried eight phytticlans without re lief Only three bottles of Foleys Kid ney Cure made we a well man A R Fisher House Party at Col Greens Owensboro Ky June 31 A number of young society people have gone to Falls of Roagb and are having a house party at the club house of Col Lafe Greene on Rough creek Those composing the party are Mrs R E Griffin Mrs G Ellis Owen Misses Francis Warren of Nashville Tenn Alice Crutcher Martha Frayser Helen Watkins Jes ie Jolly Phil Mat tingly Gray Haynes James Skilltnan Percy Jolly Edward Moore and Charlie Crater An Artist in His Line An attractively decorated window can be seen at J C Nolte Bros store In the back of the window is a windmill painted green and in the foreground a large pond granny mounds anti trees The whole display iii artisticallyI arranged and has at tracted much attention Chas Fallon the decorator is becoming quite an artist in this line Strange Disease Kills Cattle A strange disease has broken ont among cattle near Matansan Ohio county The cattle when first stricken stagger and fall down and their legs stiffen out They remain in this condition until they die Mrs Fred Unrath I Prcaldent Country Club Denton Harbor Midi Alter my first baby was born I did not seem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he conild ered very superior but Instead ci getting better I grew weaker every day My husband insisted that I take Wine of Cardul for a week and see what It would do for me I did take the medicine and healgrateful to find my strength and slowly returning In two weeks I was out or bed and In a month I was able to take up my usual duties I am very enthusl astlc In Its praise Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal of pregnancy and childbirth It prevents miscarriage No woman who takes Wino of Cardul need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrath had taken Wine of Cardui before her baby came she would not have been weakenedas she was Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every expectant mother Wine of Crdui regulates the menstrual flo- wWINE Of CARD IlL I A BUSiNESSI Is EDUCATIONtt Y conceded It Is of ffrrt Importance to geT your In life ThU betawho would win tralnlnz at the aeel that stands In tbe very front rank THE INESSBCOLLEGENnr nivncniMn his line WriteInexperienced teachers each one a specialist SHORTHANDSeven beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupy nit TYPEWRITINGprominentposttlonsalloverthe Unltsd StatesIt will be mailed t School open all year you FREEsStudents can enter at any time tr t E J WRIGHT Prest = = I 1i I Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE t DALTON GA t AGENT WANTED 3i 3 J J f ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADSu- mmer Excursion Tickets now on sale to St Paul Minneapolis und the North I Colorado Itali Grayson fprints Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs Ky ut reduced rates Very cheap rules to California and return account U A It July 31 to August 13 Inclusive Only Line running through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville orEtoMEXICO AUIZONA and TEXAS Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In eachItmonth i Itort i aN The World all Knows TUB n Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry The always popular Henderson Route is The Worlds Fair Line If you have a trip in view to Evansvllle St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES AND ASK US FIRST If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions 1Vett have them JO E L WOMACK Q L Garrett City Passenger Agent Traveling Pus Agent L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE ttI H KY J U 1 viiI the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis I J first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st s For oneway tickets It Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 = roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri I Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territories D Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town The Cotton Deli runs solid through trains to Texas equipped with the t tjmost modern and comfortable cars These trains make quick time Southwestif copy of our handcome Illustrated booklets homes In the Southwest and AThrough Texas With a Camera L G SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Pt I I 1 We are fiT4g7t050II Offer the low Round Trip rate I I from Memphis to Star Francisco we CALIFORNIAfati onForGARyeve 6EO H LEE 6 P A Lilllo Rock Ark III Tickets on Sale August lnt to 14thr sinFinal1ieuin I WtJIon requestiKh6 De BACON D PIA = Cinciniali 0 i I Mti J f 7 Breckenridge News DNESDAY AUGUST B 1903 PERFECT TRIP c and Army Headquarters Train to the Reunion at San Francisco i LonisvilleKy July 25 1903 All rrangements have now been complet ed by W G Force Commander Grind Army of the Republic Department of Kentucky for the most elaborate trip ever planned for the Kentucky Veter ans and their friends at the 87th Na tional Encampment which will he held at San Francisco August 17 24 1003- r Through Pullman tourist sleepers will be operated from Louisville over the lines selected us the Official Route on the evening train of August Oth leaving Union Depot at 1915 p m via the popular Henderson Routs to St Louis the Missouri Pacific Ry to Pueblo the scenic Rio Grand Lines to Ogden and the Southern Pacific Ry to San Francisco and Los Angeles Arrangement have been made per J witting those that go with the Head quarters train to spend one day In 1 1Denver one clay in Colorado prln- gtlone day in Salt Lake City and the Bchedile is so prepared as to permit a daylight ride throuirh the Rocky Mountains When Denver is reachedt the Seeing Denver car will take i the party through all of the principal streets and sight of all points of in terest in this wonderful city After supper the summer gardens parks and other places of highclass amusements can be visited and sleepers will be 11 located covenlent to the depot where H they can be occupied for the night The day and evening at Colorado l Springs van be spent in sightseeing principal points of interest at place among which are Pikes Maniton Grand Cavern Gar II IITheof the Gods Rainbow Falls Cave Winds Ute Pass and the Cog amply repay those taking the trip and are a revelation to those who have only read of these natural wonders They mOlt be seen to realize J magnlJ It After leaving Colorado Springs the convenient schedule allows a daylight throughiBheOne feature of this daylight ride through the mountains that awes the beholders and one that will ever be remembered is the Royal Gorge that awful testimonial of natures force the walls of which rise perpendicular ly for over half a mile from the river bed The train will run very slowly through this gorge so that a good yew of the entire eight miles may Vt secured Salt Lake City where a day will be spent is one of the most remarkable places in the world Here the Mormons erected u tabernacle with a seating capacity of 0000 per sons also the grand Temple costing 4000000 Fourteen miles away isthe great Salt Lake the Dead Sea of America This great mysterious inland f sea hoe an area of 3000 square miles andfTs 4000 feet above the level of I the sea Thousands go there annual s Iv to batho in its waters The day spent at this place will be one long remembered and never regretted The travel tram Salt Lake City is I through the States of Nevada and Bunny California San Francisco be- Ing l reached in the morning of August 10th DO YOU GET UP 1 tt WITH A LAME BACK Eldaey Trouble Makes You Miserable newspiperiis your made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the liver remedyIt cal triumph the nine teenth discovered after years I nent kidney blad specialist and is promptlycurincIJrq bles Brlghts Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not reo ommendedforevery thing but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Jlust the remedy need It has been tested privatepracticepurchasehasbeenwho albooktellingI troubleIoHer In this papet n4wid address tto- t KlknrCoBInChiatton cures great kidney of century of byDrand der and i you fifty cent and ataot- atsee era sold by alICgood drujAglets 1V tsakas1tatstake p troraejdrtiBwaipKoot Ir Ktlaera Swam ddrees B fhaatoo N y r CLEANINGHouseI looksforwarda rule she knows that she must pay for the overstrain with days or weeks of sufferingDr Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well It cures the womanly diseases which generalhealthi weakeningdrains and ulceratiqn and cures weaknessLI1 of your tworfeelingLorwar101lnDterlue trouble alto pain In the tide and head ache Alter taking your medicine I was cured You may publish this or uw it in any way you DrPierce1 Favorite Prescription It has the testi mony of thousands of women to its complete cure of womanly diseases Do not accept an unknown and unproved placeFRBB Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fret on receipt onlySendi paper covers or 31 stamps for the cloth bound volume Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY Of San Francisco no words are sufficient in description nor will our space allow of more than n mere mention of a few of the delights of this wonderful and cosmopolitan city It has hotels of every description and restaurants of worldwide fame French Italian American and Orien talwith prices as various as their characteristics The Clitt House is worth a visit not only for the vlelr of Seal Rocks and occasional visits of vagrant whales but for tho excellent beach as well though for bathing the luxurious Sutro Baths are perhaps more attractive Among numerous other attractions may be noted China town the Army Post at the Presidio the United States Mint the Hopkins Museum of Art while near by are numerous and delightful resorts Including the seaside city of Santa Cruz the fruit orchards of San Jose the garden city of the West Mt Hamilton where is located the won derful Lie Observatory and Mt Tamalpais from which may be seen spread at ones very feet the pano rama of the Golden Gate There will undoubtedly be a great many people outside of the G A R who will be glad to avail themselves of this through tourist car service and the very cheap railroad and sleeping rates announced Taken with Cramps Wm Kirmse u member of the bridge gang working near Llttleport was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera His case was so severe that lee had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr Gifford was called and consulted He told them be had a medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered wIth the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of MrGIffbrds medicine Elk ader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it in yonr home it may save life For sale by Short Haynes Thanks That we Appreciate Virginia Place Cannelton Ind July 20 1003 John D Babbage Esq Cloverport Kv Dear Mr BabI bage Accept the thanks of my mother and myself for the very kind notice of Uncle Will Huckebys death in this weeks issue of your excellent paper Enclosed find twentyfive cents for which please send us halfI dozen copies of the paper I amI assuming that you have the same rate for extras as our local papers here Mrs Hnckeby will appreciate your courtesy more than she can express the News having been among her most constant friends during all the long years of absence from her girl hood hope In old Breckenridge Again thanking you in the name of all the Huckebys with best personal regards to yourself and family I remain Yours very truly Thomas James de la Hunt New Colorado Book The Chicago Northwestern Ry has leaned a beautifully illustrated new book on Colorado Any one interested in Clordoo can procure a copy by sending 4 cents in stamps to W B Kfliekern P TM Chicago 111 JlattftJltJltErrfhWlllrYllt wt tlia ilea ttjiMitrla Political Gossip In Hancock Hawesvllle Ky July 29C T Duncanformer Democratic postmaster of Hawesvllle is being talked of for the Legislature and may get into the race It is not known whether Dr J W Knox will run although he will undoubtedly become a Candida te for State Senator next year Judge R E Duncan brother of C T Duncan is being pressed to make the race on the Republican ticKet There are five candidates for Cir cuit Clerk though the office here does nut pay f300 a year Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved II A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I bad not gotten relief It says John J Pat ton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlains colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after taking three doses of it I was entirely cured I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For sale by Short Haynes More Cannery Supplies Arrive A car load of brooms empty boxes crates cans etc for the Polk Pack ing company arrived Thursday All tne machinery and supplies for tho companys cannery will be shipped the first of this month and installed in the factory on arriving Contractor J M Lewis stated Friday that no tomatoes would be ready for delivery at the cannery before the next ten days Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try B B BBatonic Blood Balm now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs watery blisters pimples aching Mmes or joints bulls carbuncles pricking pain in the sKin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood sup ply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm is the only core to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the suln Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood ref and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that dooters patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists SF- 1To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Oen Murray Still at Jackson Frankfort Ky July 29Adjt Gen David R Murray was here too day from the State Guard camp of instruction at Jackson He spent some time in conference with Gov Book haUl and looking after detail work of the military department returning to camp this afternoon The two local companies of militia will be next ordered to camp leaving here for Jackson about Saturday Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Brotno Quinine Tableul cure a cold In onllda No Cure No Pay Prim 2Sc Ike Adair Goes to Louisville Ike C Adair formerly Postmaster- of Hawesville and now cashier of the Fordsville bank and who is also iden ifiea with inane other small ounns has recently been elected cashier of Ii new bank in Louisville It is assumed that he will of course remove his family to the metropolis at once and enter actively upon his new duties Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are dueto disorders of the stomach and these disorders are all caused by indigos tion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is jut as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps the little stomach sweet and encourages the growth and development Mr Henry Carter 705 Central St Nashville Teun says My little boy Is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever since he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he IB a well baby 1 recommend it to till sufferers Kodol digests wnat you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by All Druggists Presbtery Now In Session The Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian onnrch convened at Garfield yesterday and will continue four days Kev Eli Hawed of Grayson onntypreRched the opening sermon yesterday at II oolockL m Dinner II being served on the ground everyday uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuueuuuuuuueuu u AN OLDFASHIONED BARBECUE There will be an oldfnshioned barbeeuo ut the TAR SPRINGS SATURDAY AUG I15 03 An oldfnshioiwd barbecue is something everybody advertises but few see it after it is advertised We propose to live up to our advertisement und give the people something good in return for their money We have employed one of the best cooks in the county to prepare our meats They will be served in the best of order and cooked to the Kings taste 3 BEEF MUTTON PIES AND CAKES VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS f will be found on our tables nil served for the low price of 25 cents r Besides splendid dinner there will he all kinds of refreshments A splendid hand of music and a fine dancing floor for those who wish to trip the light fantastic I plellluntdayThis barbecue will be one of the best ever given nt this famous resort No expense will be The best of order will be maintained No intoxicating drinks allowed on the grounds The candidates Ire all invited and will bo present 3 3wL NOEL J L ISOHE Proprietors C YTTYTTTTYTTTTTYTYTTTT Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1903 This statement of time condition of our Bank closes the thirteenth yeti of our business and to the figures in this statement we wish to invite your careful study The item in our resources of Blinking House and Lot which we have invoiced at lSOO cost 8500 and tho item of Fixtures und Furniture cost more than four times what wo have invoiced it knell of the other items in our resources is invoiced in time saute conservative way and every dollar in these resources represents n full one hundred cents and more We invite the accounts especially of those having only a small business No mutter how small your annual transactions you will find it very much safer und more convenient and more satisfactory in every way to transact your business through bank We make and preserve a complete record of every transaction through our Hank and this is of especial value to the small dealer for future reference WE WILL BE GLAD TO IHAVE YOU I RESOURCES NOTES AND BHM S 1SS09831 CASH IN SAFES AND OTHEU HANKS 7345088to to to BONDS 1905522 BANKING HOUSE ANn LOT 180000 OTHER REAL ESTATE 78079 FURNITURE ANn FIXTURES 40000 TotalJ S 28423220 M H Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera inorbns by taking Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre vomited in the same way For sale by Short Haynes Special Summer Rates Via Chicago Northwestern Ry For round trip tickets during the summer season to St Paul Duluth Ashland Waukesha Devils Lake Gogeblc Luke Gtneva Madison Marquette Lake Mills Green Lake Lake Minnetonka and other summer resorts of Wisconsin Nothern Michi gan and Minnesota Yellowstone Na tional Park Oregon and Alaska phamplets Colo rado California and Hints to Tourists giving detailed informa tion mailed upon to W B Kniskern P T M Chicago 111 Starts Another F Henning has started his dis tillery in operation near He does not mash over four or five bushels a day He makes about sixteen barrels of whiskey a year Owens bore F Fanning operated the distill ery near Tar creek south of this city several years ago He sola whiskey to minors and was put in jail when he wouldnt pay his 11011 girt ting out of jail he left thie section of LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN S 2500000 SUWLUS AND PROFITS 1533419 DEPOSITSNo 25 DUE JULY 1 1903 at 4 PER CENT 100000 Total S Respectfully BEARD Cashier J Chamberlains approaching Minneapolis Washington Descriptive application Distiller- yJ Yelvington Messenge- rJ thbcountry UNDIVIDED 24289801 DIVIDEND 28423220 THE TWO STATES BANK INCORPORATED Capital Stock 15000 STEPHENSPORT KY IKI C ADAIR President DR J 11 LEI Vicepresident JOHN S ADAIR Cashier numerous G W PAYNE R A SMITH WM 15 HAKDIN R A SHELLMAN R D HAMILTON L P MILNKK J S CAREY TilE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Your tunds are absolutely safe in our bank as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only Burglar Proof safe made nnd the only one in the county We solicit your business whether large or small You can do your banking with us by mail JOHN S ADAIR Cashier 1tC1 eG SCKtE idG THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mcr q The njo t centrally located and only firstclass hotel In tlie city mall ID a 1200 rule Only one block from the principal hopping district and two block from the principal theatre h Street car pau the door to all part of the cltr- Everything neat and clean I r I t th 1 v J w eo w The Breckenridge tNeWs a WEDNESDAY tUGV T 5 1110J T1 t TrBRANDENBURG The Misses Gnedry spent severe days in town last week Mrs King and Miss Ada Vreeland went to Garnetsvllle last Saturday Miss Fannie Pusey Phillips lis visiting Miss Sue Owings at Wolf Creek A largo and generous crowd swelled the treasury of thu society confident My John Allen Murray of Cloverport was a visitor last week of Clay McGheeDavid Henry Duncan was quite ill last week but he is recovering satis factorily Prof and Mrs Dan Roberts of West Point graded school attended tho institute i Mr and Mrs McGuffin son and daughter of Louisville are visitors of Mr and Mrs Miles As usual a delegation went from t our town to take in the Andyville i picnic last Saturday Miss Beulah Hale and brother t Floyd from Durant I T are visiting relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Watt are entertain ing quite a house party at their de j lightful summer home Miss Mattie Taylor of Kansas i t Coughing 11 1 was given up to die with quick consumption I then began to use Ayers Cherry Pectoral I improved at once and am now in perfect healthChas E Hart man Gibbstown N Y Its too risky playing with your cough The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over Be gin early with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough Three sizes ZSc SOc SI All druzrlsts Consult your doctor If he ateTs take It then do as lie says It lie tells you not to take It then ilout take it He knows Leave It with him We ere wlWnj J C AYKU CO Lowell Mall City mid MiVs Mary Taylor are visiting Miss Bernice Shacklett I HarrrJlll ofjUustonVas fir elnt the Institute Harry talks enter tainuigly of hfs Mammoth Gave trip The IIce cream supper given ltae tf Tuesday night under the auspices oj the ladiestinild was a decided success A number of our best citizens will forth lyparty to take the trip next Saturday to New ABlanyJ on the steamer Columbia i Mr and Mis J H Hoskinson Mrs Ella Gregory Misses Matt and Mabel Shncklett made a party this week to Niagara Falls The ladies of the aid society an contemplating an ice craeui supper in the near future for the benefit of the Methodist church We enjoyed a cave party in last Issue The writer of it is one of our best when it comes to the quill and graphic descriptions Mrs Clarence Kerfoot and little daughter having returned from Mich igan are at Judge J F Woolfolks on their way to Oklahoma The Misses Katherine ana Minnie Harris and Lillian Busham have returned to Louisville after a stay of two weeks here and in vicinity The Casperke gasoline launch will transport a representative crowd Fri day at Mt Hope Big Bend to attend the Sundayschool convention Miss Tennessee Hamilton joined her aunt Mrs Haccher in Louisville Saturday to take a trip to New York Washington City and tho sea coast Prof Cherry of Bowling Green College was a visitor to the Meade Cunty Teachers Institute and made a most interesting talk before the bodyl Mrs Ben Richardson of Chicago Mrs Blast Shacklett Mr and Mrs J D Richardson and children of Louis ville were guest of Mrs Jeff D Ditto Saturday and Sunday BIG SPRING Will Callahan of Elizabethtown was here Thursday Dont forget the ice cream supper will be August 8 H Meyer and Jim Wright were in Brandenburg Tuesday Ben Clarkson was home from Owens boro a few days last week Miss Nan Kurtz of Cecilia is visltirg Miss Daisy Meador Big Spring club defeated the Irving f I young prize given 1 one largest number of votes Each one in most I farmer on the Pay one cent at voto your favorite The will bo E to Lodge 133 H A v 3 s it i k toiibiill teain ifilai game r to4 tom Nichols ntettained with ant icacreaiii snppe Tuesday iereaing 1 11fSe till and 01lle1 Mae Chirk son are frlendaYnar Louis vinet i Chas Bennett of Owensboro is hero visiting his cousin Miss Willibio Moorman Mrs Cq Martin visited tier daugh oIrVerlrteslastDr Strdther was In Brand nhnrg Tuesday attendnig the Meade county lI1edlcallocletH in Louisville this week As his custom he goes up the of every month Raymond Moorman entertained Thursday evening in honor of the vis iting young ladies Miss Bettie Clarkson of Elizabeth town is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs A W Clarkson Miss Edna Dowell entertained Monday evening in honor of her visi Miss Bertie Willett of Grove landThe young ladies will give an Ice cream supper Thursday night August 8 for the benefit of the Methodist church Ice cream sherbert and lem onade will be served at popular prices Threatened- I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption says C Unger 211 Maple St Champaign Ill I tried a great many remedies and I was ui der the care of for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled sinceItA R Fisher 5000 to California and Return x Chicago North Western Ry August 1 to 14 Chicago to LosI Angeles and San Francisco account G A R Correspondingly low rays from other points Three train a day from Chicago to the Coast through without change Daily and personally SpecIal p in August llii Write for Itinerary illustrated folder and full particulars N M Breeze 433 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio PARKER HAIR BALSAM I WrPromotegrowthMerer Ortornalrarea ftUtaa40c WEBSTER Splendid rains recently The corn crop is in good condition The rock crusher is running rpgn laxly again A protracted meeting is in progress at Raymond The Kurtz sale here the Oth will at tract a large gathering of people D H Ilnynes anti Amos Prather each have a new boy at their honse Willie Board of Owensboro is here visiting friends and relatives Our public school here began Monday with Miss Mattie Hook as teach er There is but little fruit through out this section and that of an in different quality Anion Kincheloe and fatuity of Hardinsburg were the guests of L B Henderson and family last Sunday The acreage of tobacco planted in this vicinity is larger than usual and the condition of the crop is good The session of the LeltchHekl Pres bytery at Garfield this week will at tract a number of people from this communityWork our public roads generally has begun and not before they need it as many of them have had but little work for several years Dr Sebastian and Mr Cash of Louisville were hire last Sunday to call on two of our young ladies Miss Nannie Lyddan and Miss Hattie Steward Miss Sue Watkins Paralyzed Miss Sue Watkins who has many friends in Louisville was at the Gait House last night on ber way home She has been in the East to visit and while there was taken ill suffering from partial paralysis of one side Her parents brought her to Louisville and she will be taken to her home in Owensboro today Saturdays Con rier Journal aosTORsBears the- BlgIJturo of iba K1aI 151 Nave Always Bought Tour Sleeping Cars to Colorado Leave Chicago daily through the sum mer on the 11 30 pm tram Chicago ds Ry Only 250 double berth Chicago to Denver Best of service Two daily trains Very low rates now In effect Illustrated book let Colorado sent to any address a 2cent stamp N M Breeze 435 Vine Street Cincinnti OhioM J C a of the of p the are ago 18 a W B a A R W T the on a hat old a of OOOOOOO 1 have puppies I will y 8 dollars each ofare JIOne solid white Ono with Rood Sized liver over Two the sttme with big 8110t8 eyes One solid with of large Mark spot on left front and on left hind hip For call on or write Babbage Cloverport OOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOOOCXXXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCXXX 1 P LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES I II RUSSELLVILLE f Term Wednesday I ft t10 A for girls Six Years of work A under the very best home and and courses In Art and of women each one a In her ment and a brick well with bath room and Rates exceedingly low for the and are to write for a copy of our the B E t tf Oa 1 M i T I j t 5 I I t For Sate by Bros and A R 10 I TTYTYTTTTYTTYYYTYTYTYTTYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTTTYYTYYYYYTTT TTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTYT T1vTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTVVVVVTTTv1e I l E SECOND ANNUALC CE Masons Brbec-uEE 3 Kentuckylej p 11- E I I E THURSDAY AUG 20 1903 E A repetition last and frolic additional attractions Numerous and varied carnival features Continuous concert by r a twenty pieces Dont miss the baby show handsome prizes for the finest youngsters Throw confettill r i Y I iI Ipt Field Sports Two running races a barrel race potato race C Skillman Cloverport Ky i and r E particulars Confetti great sport Use Plenty the grounds h FI FIREAD THESE PREMIUMSI l l motkEpopulnr receiving tho v moneyEMEy goldto the Cpopular grounds fhiiirbbbth- andC for receipts dunated Clovorport No visiting first tor Consumption physicians Northwestern for with Nolto Bro will place fine pair mens shoes at top soaped pole Climb polo and tho shoes yours Baby Show months 1st prize solid gold ring given by Oolze Second prize bottle of perfumery given by Fisher will crown ugliest man the grounds new Short Haynes will present tho best preserved lady with pair gold spectacles 1 5 bird sell for five These fullblooded Read descriptions them mule female colored tillOUlIl1 females marked nenrly black around nndon back female white exception shoulder further Informutlon D H Ky 1 KY Fall Opens September 10th 1903 boarding school exclusRelyFFor successful practical education obtained religious Influence Thorough extensive Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Elocution Physical Culture Faculty composed highly educated Christian specialist depart Campus large beautiful Building massive comfortable furnished supplied electric lights excellent unTantages comforts offered Those Interested requested beautiful catalogue Address President ATKINS f ra Kincheloe Hurdlnsburg Fisher Covcrport TTYYYYTYTTT Wh CC 1- t of years fun band of sack race Write B for entries is it on r 500 total limit Tilford with Dogs x RACESjc t 1ij s Running race fifty yards F Fraizo gives a pair of find ssOC r to tho winner B Running race fifty yards for boys under 16 years hof age 01 Conrad Payne Co a target rifle to winner tt Potato race Oelze Pate fifty pounds olf Golden Croon W h Flour to the winner v rt winllerbyrV tf Ti E SPECIAL REDUCED RATE ON Lfl ST L RY FOR THIS OCCASION W Hill John Beavin and Uncle Dick Carter have entire charge of the cooking and firstclass old fashioned barbecued meats are aisiffir de llL Dinner 25 J Cents Ev rybQWtX t J t1altAMa dthI ledC t1 E A 6 AAAAAA A A44 I I4SAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 A 4 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ if