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Ij t fye b 4 f pf fi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS iJ ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT III f VOL XXVIIICLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY August 12 1903 8 Pages NO4I L LAST COPY I HANDED IN c ft ff Jeff Sterrett Long Editor of the i a V lfawesv lIe Plaindealer 1 AwayIFit t r 1 WIT OF TilE COUNTRY PRESS s Jeff Sterrett the wellknown editor of the Hawesville Plaindealer died of heart disease Thursday at 2 oclock p ni at his home in Hawesville He had I been ill about a month and toward I the olose of his illness there was some improvement in his condition but his seventyone years were against him The funeral was held from the family residence at 3 p m Friday afternoon and the interment was in the Hawesville cemetery It was one of the largest in the history of the town old friends and neighbors of the deceased coming from a distance to attend Charles Jefferson Sterrett served with distinction id the Civil War being with Morgan during his raid through Ohio Indiana and was also one of Johnsons best men After the Rebellion he entered the news paper business at Hawesville In this field he made a name for himself that was KnOW throughout the State His irrepressible and original wit tinged with pungency and sar casm won scores of subscribers for die paper and made him the favorite story teller at the press gatherings He never attempted modern journalism choosing rather to amuse his readers and instances are known where his pa per was bought not for the news but for the good hearty laughs which are t derived from a reading of its col f uniLs Mr Sterrett was a son of William Hterrett awl grandson of Capt John d Sterrott one of the early settlers of l Hancock and Breckeuridge counties He was a brother of William Sterrett the Washington correspondent who went to Dallas Texas many years ago andalso of Mrs W H Bowmer of this jttty He leaves besides a wife and three children Will S Ster rett Miss Ladle Sterrett atd Mrs L S Powers dIr Sterrntt was a member of the j Presbyterian church for years ahd was accredited as one of Hawesvilles best citizens i Save the Children y Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are dueto disorders of the stomach and these disprders are all caused by indiges tion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps the i little stomach sweet and encourages i I the growth and development Mr 41 Henry Carter 7p5 Central St Nash Tenn says My little boy three years old and has II IIvIlle suffering from indigestion ever he was born I have had the doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one P bottle of Kodol he is a well baby 1 recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests wnat you eat and makes the ptomach sweet Sold by All Druggists Work on County Roads tGpod work is being done now on SupervisorII kept pretty busy for several weeks One of the best pieces of road con struction is that being done on the Baptist church hill by Marshal Willis His force of road hand are still at work widening the road and putting stone on it When the work Is completed I the road will be in shape to withstand i hard nsuage for years without further f repairs f Gas Shut Off Last Week The gas from the Murray Roofing Tile Cos well was shut off Wednesday from all the residences where has been used It was the intention of Manager Murray to shut off the gar wens before last but the matter watt delayed The well was cleaned out lattt week in order that a strong pressure could be obtained this week with which to test the recently repaired boilers f TARpt I J k GREAT DAY AT OLD FREEDOM Three Thousand People From Far and Near Meet for Annual Services FJNE SERMONS BY REV IIARNED Hardlnsburg KvAug11Speclal Last Sunday everybody went to old Freedom church People were there from Cloverport and Big Spring and from Union Star and McDauiela besides many from adjoining counties The day was pleasant the roads free of dust and u crowd of probably 3000 people gathered to attend the services to greet their friends and neighbors and to renew friendships and to form new acquaintances The Rev James Harned preached in the morning and also in the afternoon He is from Grayson county but is wellknown here He delivered two very interesting discourses There was dinner on the grounds enough and to spare and none went away empty The good people of Garfield and its neighborhood are noted far and wide for their generosity and hospitality A day at Freedom during the annual meetings in August is a day pleasantly and profitably spent Consumption Threatened- I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought f had consumption says C Unger 211 MAple St Champaign 111 I tried a great many remedies and I was un der the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Folnya Honeyand Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled since A R Fisher Hugh Ditto In New Company Articles of incorporation of the Oweusboro Woolen Manufacturing company have been filed in the county clerks office of Daviess county The company is incorporated with a capital stock of 20000 It is di vided into two hundred shares of 100 each Of this amount J Hugn Ditto owns twenty Mrs Clara Lee Ditto eighty and Mr H K Ditto five The remaining 0500 of the stock will be issued at the will of the company The liabilities of the company is fixed at 10000 I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marlon Lee of Dunreath Ind I tried eight physicians without re lief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made me a well man A R Fisher Rev Deschamps Still on Top In tho Baptist church case at the last term of the court the plalntfffs filed demnrers to the answers of the trustees and Rev Deschamps as well as a motion to strike out certain par agraphs in the answers says the Hawesville Clarion Judge Owen took the mititer under advisement and his otnion was filed in the clerks office Saturday This opinion over rules the demurrer tnl the motion to strike out which sustains the defendants who are now in posses sion of the church The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Tnns a mere scratch insig nificant cut or puny boil have paid tne death penalty It is wise to have Bncklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the bet salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Onlv 23o at Short Haynes Drug Store Another Hoonshlner Arrested United States Marshal George Qilli land took with him to Owensboro Saturday night Ganey Wilsonof Fulls ot Rough wno Is charged with moon shining Wilson is not very much excited over his arrest and feels very confident that he will get out all right He was working on a threshing machine at the time of his capture and says that the knew that the marshal was coming for him long before he arrived He is a young man but does not look like a shiner His trial will not come off until the mid dIe of the week as one of the most in portant witnesses is ill r r ++++++++ +itt++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Day For Funr MASONS WILL GIVE BARBECUE COUPLED WITH FIELD SPORTS CARNIVAL FEATURES AND VAU DEVILLE SHOWS I Big Preparations For a Big Event i A LITTLE APROPOS TALK ABOUT SOMETHING ESSENTIALLY AMERICAN i t lilL 1 dSLL tttiTtt1t1TTTTTTTApropos of the extensively adver tised Masons barbecue which is to be given by the local Masonic lodge on August 20 It Is interesting to note the difference between picnics and barbecues in the generally accept ed meaning of the two functions The word barbecue like a great many other words in our language has a distinctive American meaning accorded it by up age and is deflped by authorities as a large gather ing of people generally in the open air for social entertainment one leading feature of which is the roasting of animals whole to furnish the numerous members ot the party with needful food The word picnic has alto taken on an American term and is now a pleasure party the members of which carry with them provisions on an excursion into the Saw William J Bryan passedIY the Henderson Route on the 1010 train enroute to Owensboro to speak on The Value of an Ideal at the 7 Hills Chuutauqna A number of Clover port people saw the famous Nebraskan at the depot and several were on the train Bryan was through tins cjty once during his cauipfKgn when he spoke from the back of his car for five minutes to several thousand people Foleys Kidney Cure is a medicine free from poisons and will cure any case of kidney disease that is not beyond the roach of medicine Will Teach Ball town School Miss Mainiu Seaton daughter of O W Seaton will teach the Balltown school for the ensuing year The school has 07 pupils enrolled and will begin the first Monday in September Miss Seaton taught a most successful term last year Foleys Kidney Cure Will cure Brights Disease Will cure Diabetes Will cure Stone in Bladder Will cure Kidney iind Bladder Diseases A R Fisher Camping Party Returns Mrs G Ellis Owen Misses Frances Warren of Nashville Martha Frayser Jessie Jolly and Helen Watkins Messrs Fowlkes E W Moore an d Charles Carter who formed a house party which has been camping on Rough river near Falls of Rough for the past week returned yesterdav forenoon on the 580 Illinois Central trlan Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough accompanied the party to this city and will be the guest of Miss Jessie Jolly for several weeks Thurs days Owensboro Messenger Only a Mask Many ire not being benefited by the summer vacation as they should ne Now notwithstanding much outdoor life they are little if any stronger than they were The tan on their faces is darker and wakes them look healthier but it is only a mask They are stilt nervous easily tired upset by trifles and they do not vat nor sleep well What they need is what tones the nerves perfects digestion creates appetite and makes sleep re freshing and that is Hoods Sarsaparilla Pupils and teachers generally will fill the chief purpose of the vaca Lion best ubserved by this great wed lame which as we know builds np the whole system Mr Jas Warren Dead Union Star Ky Aug 119pe- c1aLMr James Warren an old and respected resident of the Chenanlt community died very suddenly of remainswerechurch of which he was a member 1F arT fFTT1 I hd i 11 V11 country etc The Masons witn a desire to please everybody and give tne general public an outing which will furnish them withsomething essentially Amer ican have wisely chosen to call their largo gathering a barbecue But profi ting by their last years experience they have coupled with their leading feature animals split to the backbone and roasted whole over a charcoal fire field sports carnival feature vaudeville shows and novel sights of various kinds to keep you amused during the whole day Yon cant afford to miss It So make your ar rangements accordingly and come with your wife and little ones leav lag your troubles behind you and put in a full day of laughter and sun shine rQCk Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foleyx Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stage and if taken In time will effect a oure Had Auspicious Opening The Seven Hills Chautauijua at Owensboro had a most auspicious opening Thursday night The weatlu r wasMMl that could be desired and near Iv 5Iw04 people saw and heard the numerous attractions Friday afternoon the Hon William Jennings Bryan delivered a fine iddress on The Walt e of an Ideal that caused great enthus iasm in an audience of several thous andThe Chautauqua is now in full blast and will continue till August 20 A number of people from this city and county are cud have been in attendance To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxutlro HromoQulnlnoTil All druzzlsts orotund the money If It tails to cure E W Orves signature 1Is on each box 2V Hancock County The Plow Fender Co has reduced the amount de red at which Iit hopes to capitalize from l15000 to 10000 Wm Aldndge at Sklllmnn has sold a part of his farm to John and Louis Bledsoe of near Cincinnati for 1450 The later will occupy the farm while Mr Aldridge will move to his famous cliff farm Hancock Clarion Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precedes suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con dition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruetion take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and mild np the system Its also a great Stomach and Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50o Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists Resolutions of Respect Whereas it has pleased the Snpreine Master Workman of the universe to call from this life the mother of our brother W B Gardner who departed this life July 2 lOOiJ ut her home in UnionStar Ky Therefore ue it resolved that in the death uf Mrs Gardner her rlends and loved ones have lost a kind and affectionate mother and friend That we as a lodge do extend our brotherly and sincerest sympathy to Bro Wm Ben Gardner and family That n copy of these resolutions be spread on time minutes of this lodge a copy sent to the Kentucky Workman and also a copy be sent to the bereaved brother and family ComO A Dowell L D Bishotf C JHehsel Irvington Lodge No 149 A 0 U W FOLEYSKIDNEYCUREMakes AT THE HEAD OF HIS RACE In the County was Felix Hamil f tonNew Directors of Farmers Bank NEWS FROM THE COUNTY SEAT HardinsburgKy Aug 11Specinl Felix Hamilton a highly respected1 colored citizen of this place died at I his residence on last Wednesday The funeral services were conducted at 0 the colored Methodist church of which he was a lending member t the following day His remains were interred in the colored cemetery at 1 this place Felix was in the employ of B F Ip Beard for more than twentyfive years and was always a trusted and valued employe He accumulated more than u I competency ana was usually regarded us the foremost colored mini in the 1b county During the Civil War bet served in the army about a earII By reason of his industry good 11 habits and integrity he enjoyed the respect of the whites as well as the r colored people of the community HeII was about tiftyeldit years of agef Prof Germalneat Hardinsburg I I Hardinsburg Ky Augl1- SpettinlProf Karl Germniue the fatuous magician will appear at tho City Hall on Friday evening August 21 He tins given performances in all the large cities and has the uu qualitiea endorsement of the press undtt public He is a German and ever since the days of Dr Faustns those t of that race have beep adepts in thef black arts and magic a place oneoiI held by the ancient Egyptians IfII you wish to be im prosed by the occult the mysterious the weird and the magical you should see Geriuame He I comes here from the Owensboro Chautanqua which is itself a suillI dent recommendation Change In Bank Directory Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 11 SpeoiulA meeting of the directors of the Farmers Bank was held here last Friday Messrs I B Payne of Harned and Alonzo C Glapscook of McDani ls were elected as directors in place of T A McGill deceased and Dan B Pariah resigned I Accepts Lucrative Position Hardinsburg Ky Aug ltSpeo- lallJames G Brake will leave tojj morrow for Owensboro where he has accepted a lucrative position He has been with the firm of Hook DeHaven t ifs Co for sometime past and the good wishes of many friends follow him in his new worrf Is In Prosperous Condition Hardinsburg Ky Aug 11Spe- clal i H H Kemper the genial cash ier of the First State Bank of Irving ton was in the city lust Saturday and Sunday He says the business of the batik is in a very prosperous condition exceeding the greatest expecta tions of its officers and stockholders John Cockrell Jr DeadJJ TobinsportIndAug 11Special- Mr and Mrs J D Cockrell received a message Wednesday of the death of their little grandson John Jr son of Mr and Mrs Everett Cockrell of Horace Ind Mrs Cockrellleft Friday for Horace to attend time funeral Taken with Cramps Wm Kirnise a member of the bridge gang working near Littleport was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera His Sage wag so severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr Gitford was called and consulted Ho told them be had a medicine in the form of Chamber lains 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 Mr Glfford B medicine Elk ader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it in your home it may save life For sale by Short Haynes 1 LOVERPORTS CENTENNIAL Metropolis of Breckenridg Ceoun ty Will be 100 Years Old This Fall GROWTH HAS BEEN STEADY i Cloverport will be one hundred years sold thla fall as tho first settlement In this section of the county was made by Joe Houston in the latter part if the your 1808 Rich in natural reo lources and energetic and busy popula ton the village has become a prosperous and growing town Its growth has been steady and certain than its future was never brighter and at resenttWhen Cloverport In early days was known as Joeville in honor of itx founder it was used as a shipping point by Haniins Fort now Harding jurg nod salt was brought here and traded off for hogs Note the change in the years that have gone by With i population of nearly 2000 people toted for their sociablenes and integ ity it has excellent shipping mUll files large machine shops roofing tile aotor cannery brick plant Hour uill monument works snwmlll ilaning mill three tolmooo ware houees to banks a weekly1 news diaper sis churches good municipal overninont large department stores and other industries of importance and moreover important public im irovemunts such as electric lights did waterworks are to bo made by the city The above are facts that every cit izen should be proud of and a day should be set aside by the city author ties for n public observance of Clover ports centennial We curry In stock along with scores of other pills the celebrated onions Liver Pills Tonic Pellets In fact we are headquarters for pills of all kinds but we want you to try tamons The manufacturers claim them to be the bestour customers who use them say they find them to je the best 2fic Six Volumes of Reports T R McBeath of Leitchfield offl clnl reporter for the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Pus Brown County Attorney of Breckenridge county were at the Nevitt last night Mr McBeath is now engaged in publishing the decisions of the Court of Appeals He says that the court is three years behind in the publication and that he will have the volumes out before the end of the year issuing them from time to time This year six volumes will be issued bringing reports up to date Fridays Louisville Herald Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Brorao Quinine Tublnwl cure a cold noneday No Guru No Pay TrlcH So Cloverport Girl Married Mr Emory Maples and Mrs Emma Greenwalt both of Rockport clime to this city yesterday and were married by Justice Rodman nt the court house t Both are residents of Rockport and are highly respected people They will remain in the city a few days to attend the Chautauqua and will later return to Reexport to reside Fridays wensboro Messenger Mrs Emma Greenwalt or Mrs Emma Barr as the name should be Is a former Cloverport girl Lost CarLoad of Sheep Hardinsburg Ky Aug 11 p- eolnlP Sheeran Bros Co had the misfortune to lose a car loud of heup when the Bourbon Stock yards In Louisville were dbstroyed by fire last week Death of an Infant The Infant child of Mr and Mrs James Jarboe who recently removed from this city to Chenault Ky died at that place of whooping cough one lay last week Cannelton Enquirer New Colorado Book The Chicago Northwestern Ry has issued a beautifully illustrated new book oh Colorado Any one Interested in Clordoo can procure a copy by sending 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern P T M ChicagoIll p a C V DeWItt Is the Name When yon go to buy Witch Hazel Salvn look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Vltch Hazel Is used In making De Witts When Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and Iles The popularity of DeWitts 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 d Co Chicago Sold by All Druggist THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits a follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we wil x Issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they are worth3rd Opposite Court Mouse B II POINDEXTER Cashier J L MOORMAN DENTISTOff- iceover Oelze1 Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed V G BAB8A- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of und adjoining coun ties Special attention riven to collecting road easus and criminal nntctlce License to practice In United States Plstrlrt Courts Office over tank A llurdlnsbure Correct Dress for Men I If we make your suit this spring you Can dependou CORRHCTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING AND RELIABILITY OF FABRICJ HUNSCHE With Casper May Co CANNELTON IND GEOIH GASPERKE Jewelry and Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY 6 CO Prop LUI PRDOORg DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLIISLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC MEATS MALT T4E IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE There Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the ejoeatlaj- comtituccts 1 of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouUrllle Ky January i tom MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Havinrexamlntd your Met and Malt withitI t-loneandeiallduataattendedwIatdebility prodratlonand Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy CGflr A MALT CO LoufirI Kjf + 4Itt+ tMt- tGRAUSTARK r By GEORGE BARR MCUTCIIEON o 1 tCopurght Jfltl by lItrlJtrt S Stone or- v r ov CIIAPTEIt XYII IN TilE TOWER iT HE two captives who were not prisoners were so dazed by the unexpected events of the morning that they did not realize the vast seriousness of tile situation lOrI hours Then It dawned upon them that appearances were really against them and that they were alone III a laud far beyond the reach of help from home One circumstance puzzled them with Its damning mystery now came the blood stains upon the doorknob Dan gloss courteously discussed this strange and unfortunate feature with them but with 111 concealed skepticism It was evident that his mind was near in re Bard to the whole affair Anguish was of the opinion that the real murderer had stained the knob In tentionally aiming to cast suspicion on the man who had been challenged The assassin had an object in leaving those convicting finger marls where they would do the most damage lIe either desired the arrest and death of the American or hoped that his own guilt might escape attention through the misleading evidence Lorry held from his deductions that the crime hind been committed by n fanatic who loved his sovereign too devotedly to see her wed tied to Lorenz Then why should he wantonly cast guilt upon the man who had been her protector objected Dan glossThe police guards came In from the hotel about 10 oclock bearing marks of an ugly conflict with the Axphalnl ans They reported that the avengers had been quelled for the time being but that a deputation had already started for the castle to lay the matter before the princess Officers hind searched the rooms of the American for blood twins but had found no sign of them Did you find bloody water In which hands hail been washed asked An IlIlsh No responded one of the guards There was nothing to be found In the bowls and jars except soapy water There Is not a blood stain in the room cnpialti That shakos your theory a little eh cried Anguish triumphantly Ex amine Mr Lorrys hands and see If there Is blood upon them Lorrys hands were vlilto and uncontamlnated Dangloss won n pucker on his brow Shortly nrteivard a crowd of Ax phaln men chute to lie prison gates and demanded the person of Gronfal Lorry departing after an ugly show of rue InrloiiH 1Edelweiss citizens stood after off watching tho willis and win dowj eagerly 1ist2Sjrcoit Edelweiss a srwii deal of trouble gentlemen but thieve Is yore Iwppliess here this morning thou the city has known In months Everybody Ixllevos you killed him Mr Lorry but they nil lure you for the deed suit 11an loss returning at noon from a visit to the hotel and a ride through till streets TIlt prlncos friends have boon at the castle since 0 oclock and I am of the opinion Unit they are having a hard tithe with the high priestess Goth bless her cried Lorry The town is crazy with excitement Messengers have ben sent to old Irince Bolaruz to Inform him of the murder nun to urge him to hasten hither where ho way fully enjoy the vengeance that Is to be worked upon his sons slayer I have not seen a wilder time In Edelweiss slice the close of the siege fifteen years ago By my soul you are In a bad box sir They are lurking In every part of town to kill you If you attempt to leave the tower before the princess signs an or der to restrain you legally Your life outside these walls would not be worth a snap of the fingers Captain Qulnnox of the princess bodyguard accompanied by a half dozen of his men rode up tb the prison gates about 2 oclock and was prompt ly admitted The young captain was In sore distress The DiiUt of Mlzrox tins sworn that you are the murderer Mr Lorry Und stakes his life said he after greetings Her highness hits Just placed in my hands an order for your arrest ns the assassin of Prince Lorenz Ix rry turned as pale as death You you dont mean to soy that she tins signed a warrant that she believes me guilty r he cried aghast Slurhtis signed the warrant but very much against her Inclination Count Ilalfont Informed me that she pleaded and argued with the duke for boars seeking to avert the act which Is bound to give pall to all of us He was obdurate fund threatened to carry tonplalnt to Boluroz who would In stantly demand satisfaction As the duke Is willing to die If you are proved Innocent there was no other course left thisIam rrtl In LIl via ry Dizzy r Then your liver isnt acting well You suffer from bilious AyersPjlJsFor 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pull Small doses cure An druggbb- want jour mouiUK tie or beard k bututllul Drown or rich black 9 Thru nit BUCKINGHAMS DYE a0iir Me r R for the- Whiskers I n N a N DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There la a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fenncr Ho tine spent a llto time curing Just such cases us yours All consultations Free I have been a sufferer from rhuematisra for over tea years and have often been con fined to ny bed for several days and suffered intensely Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Backache Cure afforded relief at once I now feel well as I ever have in my life ISoI ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City Mo Druggists WcIl Ask for Cook BookFREE rum Sale By Short A Haynes une is me warrant for Mr lorrys arrest the other orders you to assume charge of him nnd to place him In con finement until the day of trial While Qulnnox was making this statement the censed stood with bowed head and tlrobless heart He did not see the captains hand tremble ns he passed the documents to Dangloss nor did he hear the unhappy sigh that mme from the latters lips Anguish fiery told Impulsive was not to be sub duedIs there no warrant for my arrest he demanded There Is not You are at liberty to go sir responded Qulnnox Id like to know why there Isnt I am Just as guilty ns Lorry The duke charges the crime to but one of you Baron Dangloss will you read the warrant The old chief rend the decree of the princess slowly and Impressively It was as follows Sunni flnVo nf 11trw 1In L4 naana on nts hate swears tnat Urentalt Lorry slayLordday 01 October In tho year of our Lord 19 and In the city of Edelweiss Orau stark It la therefore my decree that Grenfalt Lorry be declared murderer of Lorenz prince of Axphaln until he be proved Innocent In which Instance his ac cuser Jacot duke of Mlzrox shall forfeit his life according to the law of this land providing penalty for false witness and by which he himself has sworn to abide faithfullySigned YETIVE There was silence for some moments broken by the dreary tones of the accused What chance hove 1 to quote my innocence he waked hopelessly The same opportunity that he has to prove your guilt The duke must according to our law prove you guilty beyoiid= all doubt spoke the young captain When am I to be tried Here U my order from the princess said Dungloxs glancing over the other I paper It slays that I nm to confine you securely and to produce you before I the tribunal on tho Sfith day of Octo her I rAweek That Is a long time said Lorry May I have permission to seethe signature ntHxod to those papers DnuRloss handed them to him He glanced att the name ho loved written by till hand he had kissed now 1I111I1nI away his life perhaps A uilst cattle i over his eyes and a strange joy filled his soul The hand that signed tho I name had trembled In doing sohul trembled pitifully The heart had not guided the lingers I nm your prison er Captain Dangloss Do with me ns your will he said simply I regret that I am obliged to place you In a tell sir and under guard Be hove me I am sorry this happened I am your friend said the old man gloomily And I cried Qulnnox Rut what is to become of me cried poor Anguish half In tears I wont leave you Gren Its an infernal out- ragesrBe cool Harry and It will come out right Ho has no proof you know said the other wringing his friends nand nut Ill have to stay here too If I go outside these walls Ill be killed like n dog protested Harry You are to have a guard of six men while you are In Edelweiss Mr An guish Those are the Instructions of the princess I do not believe the scoundrels menu tlie Axphaln nobles will molest you If you do not cross them When you are ready to go to your hotell I will accompany you Half an hour later Lorry was In n telll from which there could be no es cape while Anguish wins riding toward the hotel surrounded by Craustark soldiers He had sworn to his friend that he would unearth the murderer if it lay within the power of man Cap win Dangloss heard the oath and smiled sadlyAt the castle there were depression and relief grief and Joy The royal family the nobility even the sere ants soldiers and attendants rejoiced In the stroke that had saved the prin cess from a fate worse ttan death There were of course serious compli cations for the future Involving ugly conditions that were bound to force themselves upon till land The dead mans father would cltmnnd the life of his murderer If tent Lorry who In the privacy of her room the strick en princess collapsed from the effects of the ordeal Her poor brain had striven in vain to Invent means by which she might save the man she loved She had surrendered to the In evitable because there was Justice in the claims of the Inexorable duke and his vindictive friends She signed the decree as if in a dream n nightmare with trembling hand and broken heart His death warrant And yet like all others she believed him guilty guilty for her sake Mlzrox and his friends departed In trhnnnh revenge written on every face She walK J Sfiridiy numoty to tier room assisted by her uncle the count Without observing her aunt or the Countess Dagmar she staggered to the window and looked below Tho Ax phalnlans were crossing the parade ground jubilantly Thin came the clatter of n horses hoof and Captain Quln nox with tho fatal papers In his pos session galloped down the avenue She clutched the curtains distractedly and leaning far forward cried from the open window Quln lox Qulnnox Come back I forbid I forbid Destroy those par pers Qulnnox But Qulnnox heard not the pitiful wall Seeing him disappear down the venue she threw tier hands to her head mud sank buck with a moan faint ing Count Ilalfont caught her In his arms It was nightfall before she was fully revived The faithfulI young countess clung to her caressingly low ingly uttering words of consolation until long after the shades of night had dropped They were alone in the prin cess boudoir seated together upon tho divan the tired head of the one resting wearily against the bhouMcr of the other Wide and dark and troubled were the eyes of the ruler of Grau starkAn attendant appeared and an nounced the arrival of one of the American gentlemen who Insisted on seeing her royal highness The card on the tray bore the name of Harry AiiguUh At once the princess was aflutter with eagerness and excIte- ment Anguish Show him to this room quickly Oh Dagmar he brings word from him He conies from him Why is he so slow Ach I cannot wait Far from being slow Anguish was exceedingly swift In approaching the room to which he feared admittance might be dented Tell me What Is It she cried as he stopped In the center of the room and glared at her- I dont care whether you like It and It doesnt matter If you are n princess he exploded there arc a few things Im going to say to you First I want to know what kind of a woman you are to throw Into prison a man like like oh It drives me crazy to think of It I dont care if you are Insulted lIes a friend of wine and he is no more guilty than you are und I want to know what you menu by ordering his arrest tier lips parted as if to speak her face grow deathly pale her lingers clutched the edge of the divan She stared nt him piteously unable to move to speak Then the blue eyes filled with tears a sob came to her lips and her tortured heart made a last brave effort at defen- se11lr Anguish you wrong ateI- I She tried to whisper through the closed throat and stiffened lips Words failed her but she pleaded with those wet Imploring eyes Ills heart melted his auger was swept away In a twinkling He saw that he had wounded her most unjustly You brute hissed the countess thlowlngilCring her head to her breast Forgive me he cried sinking to his knee before the princess shame and contrition In lily face I Have been half mrd this v hole tiny and I have thought harshly of you I now r H n CTUI tnnti hnk teltli n mniin ftiliitlna see taut you ure Huuciug worn u tensely than I I love Lorry and that Is my only excuse IIe Is being foully wronged your highness foully wrong ed I deserve your contempt utter all Whether he be guilty or Innocent I should have refused to sign the decree It Is too late now I have signed away something that Is very dear to me his life You are his friend and mine Can you tell me wheat he thinks of me what he Bays how he feels She asked the triple question breathlessly He believes you were forced Into the act and said as much to me As to how he feels I can only nol how you would feel If you were In his place Innocent und yet almost sure of conviction These friends of Axphaln will resort tp any subterfuge now that one of their number huts staked his life Mark my word some one will de liberately Wear that he saw Greufull Lorry strike the blow and that will be as villainous a lie as tuna ever told What I am here for your highness Is to ask It that decree cannot be withdrawn Alas It cannot I would gladly or der his release It I could but you can see what that would mean to us a war Mr Anguish she sighted misera bly But you will not see an innocent man condemned 1 cried he again in dignant 11 have only your statement for that sir if you will pardon me I Lope from the bottom of my heart that he didI not murder the prince after bclm hour orably ctnncngeu He is no coward thundered An guish startling both women with Ills vehemence I say he dirt not kill the prince but Ill stake my life he would have done so had they met this morn lug He may be able to clear himself suggested the countess nervously And he may not so there you have it What chance have two Americans over here with everybody against ust Stop You shall not say that He shall have full Justice at any cost and there Is one here who Is not against him cried the princess with Hashing eyesI am aware that everybody admles him because he bus done Graustnrk n service in ridding It of something ob noxiousa prospective husband But that docs not get him out of jail You are unkind again said time princess slowly I chose my husband and you assume much when you Inti mate that I nm glad because he was murderedDo be angry cried the count ess Impatiently We nil regret what lies happened and I for one hopo that Mr Lorry may escape trot the tower and laugh forevermore nt his pursuers Echo could only dig his way out princess shot a startled look toIward the speaker ns a uew thought 111101l1U11Ijand would grow She laughed at the idea of an escape from the tower but lIegunltoglistened strangely Anguish remained with them or halt an hour When he left time castle it was with n more hopeful feeling in his breast In the princess bedchamber late that night two girls In loose silken gowns sat before n low fire und talked of something that caused the countess to tremble with excitement when first her plink cheeked sovereign mentioned it In confidence CHAPTEH XVIII TilE fLIOIIT AT UIDMOHT IlUKVS cell was as comfortable as a cell could be made through the efforts of a kindly Jailer null a sympathetic chief of po lice It tons not located in tile dungeon but hlKh in the tower a little rock bound room with a single barred window fur above the poor Thorp was n bed of Iron upon which hind been placed a clean mattress nnd there was a little chair The next day after his arrest n comfortable armchair replaced till latter A table a lamp some books lowers n bottle of wine and some fruit found their way to his lonely I apartment whoever may have sent them Hurry Anguish was admitted to the cell during the afternoon lIe reported that most of the Ax togaportion1iiai thai A news to the old prince instructed by the aggressive Mlzrox to fetch him forthwith to Edelweiss where his au gust presence was necessary before time lilttli The princess so Harry Informed the prisoner sent sincere expressions of sympathy and the hope that till would end well with him Iite in the evening as Lorry was lying on his bed staring at the shad owy ceding and puzzling his bruin with most oppressive uncertainties the rat tit of keys In the lock announced tho approach of visitors The door swung open and through the grate he saw Dangloss and Qulmiox The lafter wore a long military rain coat and hud Just cone in from n drenching downpour Lorrys reverie had been so deep that he lad not heard the thun der nor the howling of the winds Springing to his feet he advanced quickly to the grated door Captain Qulnnox brings n private message from the princess said the chief the words scarcely mote than whispered It was plain that the lies sage wits important and of n secret na ture Qulnnox looked up nod down the corridor and stairway before thrusting the tiny note through the bats It was grasped eagerly nnd trembling lingers broke the seal Bend ing near the light he read the lines his vision blurred his heart throbbing so fiercely that the blood seemed to be drowning out other sounds for all time to come In the dim corridor steod the two teen watching him with bated breath and guilty quaking nerves Oh gasped Lorry kissing the mis sive insanely asJiis greedy eyes careened through the last line There was no Signature but in every word he saw her face felt the touch of her dear Laud heard her timid heart beating for him for him alone Rapture thrilled him from head to foot the delirious rapture of love He could not speak so overpowering was time Joy the sur prise the awakening Obey whispered Qulnnox his face aglow with pleasure his Huger quiver Ing ns he Eluted commundlngly to ward the letcr Obey what asked Lorry dully The last line He hastily reread the last line and then deliberately held the precious mis site over time lamp until It Ignited lIe would have given nil ho possessed to have preserved It But the last line commanded Burn this at once and in the presence of the bearer There he said regretfully as he crumpled the charred remnants be tween his lingers and turned to the silent watchers leer crime goes up in smoke taut terwl Dangloss sententious The princess commits no crime retorted Qulnnox angrily when she trusts four honest men Where is she whispered the prls oner with thrumming ears Where all good women should be at 0 oclock in bed replied Daugloss shortly But will you obey her com iiundj So she commands me to escape said Lorry smiling I dare not dls viww n v unvflrefirn T sunootie V I The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to ho value in the cu- pLion Coffee comes to you fresh and of full in sealed airtightstrength always i packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt nnlfonnllT fi assn M LioniCotfaas in lam to at vo obey ncr oecause we lure uei said the captain of the guard And for that reason I also obey But can this thing be accomplished without necessitating explanations and possible complications I will not obey it It ts likely to place her In an ember rassing position She understands perfectly what she Is doing sir In the first place she has had my advice said Dangloss the good old betrayer of an otilclal trust You advised her to command you to allow me to escape Slit commanded first and then I ad- vIsed her how to command you Axtphaln may declare war a thousand times over but you will be safe Thats all wtI mean all she wants But I cannot desert my friend How ls he to know where Ive gone Will not vengeance fall on him instead fOUl shall know everything when the proper time conies And now will you be ready at the hour mentioned You have but to follow the Instructions I should say the commands the writer And be tree Tell her that I worship tier for this Tell her that every drop of blood In my body belongs to her She offers me freedom but makes me her slave for life Yes I shall be ready It I do not see you again good friends remember that I love you because you love her and because she loves you enough to Intrust a most dangerous secret to your keeping tho commission of an net that may mean the downfall of your nation Ho shook hands with them fervently It cannot be that sir It may cost f the lives of three of her subjects but l no man save yourself can Involve the princess or the crown They may kill us but they cannot force us to betray f her I trust you will be as loyal to the good girl who wears a crown not f upon her heart said Dangloss ear tImen said Lorry simply Oh if I could but throw myself at her feet IImust see tier before I go I will not go 1without1 plicitly on your word of honor or the transaction ends now said Qulnnox firmly Thus escape means then that 1 am not to see her again he said his voice choking with emotion Her Instructions are that you are to go tonight at once said Dnngloss end the black eyed soldier nodded confir motlOI Tile prisoner paced the floor of his cell Ills mind a jumble Pf conflicting emotions Ills clinched hands twitchtlug lips and half closed eyes betrayed the battle that was inflicting him with pydoorThen I refuse to obey 1 Tell her thatTif she permits me to leave this hole I shall bo nt her feet before another night has passed Say to her that I re fuse to go from Grnustark until I have seen her arid talked with her You Qulunox go to her now and tell her this nnd say to her also that there Is something she must hear from my own lips Then I will leave Graustarkt and not till then even though death Be the alternative The two men stared at him In amazement and consternation x You will not escape gasped Quln nox I will not be dragged away without seeing her he answered resolutely throwing himself on the bed Confounded young nsslIrowled Dangloss The soldiers teeth grated A moment later time slab door closed softly I a key rattled and his visitors were gone messengers bearing to him time ntoit positive proof of devotion that man could exact He looked n this hands and saw tho black stains from the charred letter lust evidence of the crime against the state A tender light canoe to his eyes a went lump struggled to his throat amid he kissed the sooty spots murmur Ing her name again amid again How lonely he was low cold anti cheer less his cage For time first time lit began to appreciate time real serious mess of Ids position Up to this line he laud regarded It optimistically con fident of vindication and acquittal He grew lId and shuddered Instlnc tlvtly JIB he realized that his position wax no critical that time princes had dp4 ned It necessary to resort to nlrate gPi measures in order to save htm from f impending doom Starting to his feet he paced the floor nervousness turning to dread dread to terror lIe pounded on the door and cried aloud Oh it hit could but bring hack those kindly urea eciigeriKxlmustcd torn by conflicting emo thins he at last dropped to the boil and burled Ida face in his IIrl1lffInearly mod with the sudden solitude of de spair He recalled her dear letter the tender helping hand that had loop stretched out to lift him rom04ideaths Into which 1 Inll alnkln PL v CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 t ri r Y i Correct Silverware Correct incharacter design and workmanship is as necessary as dainty china or fine linen if you goodtasteforks spoons andfancy pieces for table use will be correct if se lected from goods stamped I I 1847 RogersII 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thnt his danger was great she could not endure life until she knew him to be safely outside the bounds of Graustark His life was dear to her nnd she would preserve it by dishonoring her trust Theo she had unfolded her plan of escape dls jolutedly guiltily hopelessly Hut she was offering him freedom only to send him away without grant ing one moment of Joy In her presence After nil with death staring him In the faire the practically convicted mur derer of a prince he knew he could not have gone without seeing her lie had been ungrateful perhaps but the mes sage he liad sent to her was from his heart and something told him that It would give her pleasure- A key turned suddenly In the lock and his heart bounded with the hope thnt It might be sonic one with her sur render In response to Ms ultimatum He sat upright and rubbed his swollen eyes The door swung opera and a tall prison guatrlpecrtd In upon him n slurp eyed low crowed fellow In raincoat and helmet Ills lanterns single unkind eye was turned menac ingly toward the bed What do you want demanded the prisoner Irritably Instead of answering the guard proceeded to unlock the second or grated door stepping Inside the cell n moment later Smothering an exclamation Lorry Jerked out his watch and then gpmng to his feet intensely excited It was Just 12 oclock and he remem bored now that she had said a guard would cuine to him at that hour Was this the mull Was the plan to be car ried out The two men stood staring at each other for a moment or two one in the agony of doubt and suspense the other quizzically A smile tlltted over the face of the guard He calmly advanced to the table putting down his lantern Then he drew off his raincoat and itch met and placed in the others humid a gray envelope Lorry reeled and would have fallen but for the wall against which he staggered A note trout her was in his hand He tore open the en velope and drew forth the letter As he read he grew strangely calm and contented A blissful repose rushed In to supplant the racking unrest of a mo ment before The shadows tied and lifes light was burning brightly once more She had written I entreat you to follow Instructions and gO tonight You K you will not leave Qraustark until you have seen me How rash you are to refuse liberty and life for such a trifle But why I ask am I of fering you this chance to escape Is It because I do not hope to see you again Is It not enough that I am begging im ploring you to go I can say no more He folded the brief note written In agitation and after kissing It proceed ed to place It In his pocket determined to keep It to the hist hour of his life gunrl1lhezle of n revolver A deep scowl overspread the face of the man as he pointed to the letter anti then to the lamp There was no mistaking his meaning Lorry reluctantly held the note over the llame and saw it crumble away ns had Its predecessor There was to be ho proof of her complicity left behind He knew It would be folly to offer a bribe to the loyal guard After this very significant net the guards fare cleared and lIe deposited lie found hlmnclf lonhlnu Into Ute mill zle ol n revolver his big revolver on time table Stepping to time cells entrance he listened Intently then softly closed the heavy Iron doors Without a word he l egnn to strip off his uniform Lorry watching him as If fascinated The fellow looked up Impatiently tad motioned for him to be quick taking It for granted thnt time prisoner understood MM part of the transaction Awakened by thli sharp reminder Lorry nervously began to remove his own clothes In five min utes MR garments were scattered over the floor and he was attired In the tml form of a guard Not a word timid been spoken The prisoner was the guard the guard ti prisoner Are you not afraid this will cost you your Hfo2 asked Lorry first In Eng lisp then lu German The guard lnere Ily shotk his head indicating that he could not understand lie quickly turned to the bed seized a sheet and tore it into strips impa tiently thuwtlng them into the others hands The tlrst lletter had foretold nil this and the prlsojiutf knew oboe wu 2 pointingoinatuly bound the guards legs and arms With a grim smile the captive nodded his head toward the revolver the lan tern and the keys Ills obliging prison er secured them as well as his own personal effects and was ready to depart According to Instructions he was to go forth locking the doors behind him Ileaving the man to be dis covered the next morning by surprised keepers It struck him that there was something absurd in this part of the plan How was this guard to explain otInlow could be so easily overpowered single handed There was something wretchedly Incongruous about the but there came a startling and effective end to all criticism Time guard bound as he was suddenly turned and lunged headforemost against the sharp bedpost Ills head struck with a thud and he rolled to the floor as if dead Uttering an exclama tion of horror Lorry ran to his side Blood was gushing from a long gash across his head and he was already unconscious Sickened by the brave sacrifice he picked the man up amid placed him on the bed A hasty exam ination proved that It was no more than a scalp wound and that death was too remote to be feared The guard had done his part nobly and It was tow the prlsoners turn tp net ns resolutely and ns unflinchingly Sorry to leave the poor fellow In what seemed all inhuman manner he strode into the corridor closed mind locked the doors clumsily nnd began the descent of the stairs He hind been instructed to net unhesitatingly as the slightest show of nervousness would result In discovery With the helmet well down over his face and the wipe well up he steadily even noisily made his way to the next floor below There were prisoners on this floor while he hind been the only occupant of time floor above Straight ahead he wont flashing his lantern hero and there passing down mother stairway and Into the main corridor Here he met a guard who hind jJust come In from the outside The man ad dressed him In the language of the country mild his heart almost stopped beating How was be to answer Mum bling something almost Inaudible he hurried on to the ground floor trembling with fear lest the man should call to him to unit lIe was relieved to find In the end that his prows wits not to be Impeded in another moment he wits boldly unlocking the door that led to the visitors hall Then came the door to the wardens olllce Mere he found torte sleepy guards none of whom paid any attention to Nina as he passed through and entered Captain lungloss private room Time gruff old captain sat at a desk writing The es caping mum half paused us if to speak to hint A sharp trough from the cap tain amid a significant Jerk of the head toM him that there must be no delay no words Opening the door lie stepped out Into a storm so tierce and wild that he shuddered apprehensively A fitting night he muttered as he plunged Into the driving ruin forcing his way across the courtyard toward time main gate The little light In the gatekeepers window was his guide so blinded by the torrents blown by the winds tae soon found himself be fore the final barrier Peering through the window he saw the keeper dozing In Mi chair By the light from within he selected from the bunch of keys he carried one that hind a white string knotted In Its ring This was time key thut was to open the big gate In case no one challenged him In any oilier case he was to glee the countersign II lingloss and trust fortune to pass him through without question Luck was with Ida nod finding till mat lock he softly Inserted and turn ed till key The wind blew till hoary gate open violently and it required nil of his strength to keep it from banging against the wall beyond i he most tilt ficult task that lie had encountered grow Grain his efforts to close tin gate against th blast lIe was about to give up I to despair when n hand was laid on its shoulder and some one hlsse1 In ills startled ear ill Not a word His legs almost went from under his hotly so great was the shock toad the tear Two strong hands Joined hits own in the effort to pull the door Into position mind he knew at oiuvhnt they belonged to time man who VM to meet him on the corner at tIt right of tho prison wall He undoiliccdly hind tired of the delay timid fellng secure In the darkness of the storm had come to meet his charge the escaping prisoner Their united efforts brought about the desired result and together they left the prison behind striking out against the storm In nil Its fury You are late called the stranger in his ear Not too late am H he cried back clutching time others arm No but we nest hasten Captain Qulnnox Is it you Have a care The storm has ears nnd can hear names cautioned the other As rapidly as possible they made their way along time black street almost a ricer with its sheet of water Lorry hind lost his bearings and knew not whither lie went trusting to the guidance of his struggling companion There seemed to be no end to their Journey and he was growing weak be neath the exertion and the excitement How far do we go he cried at last Hut n few rods The carriage Is at the next corner Where Is time carriage to take mei he demanded I am not nt liberty to say Am I to see her before I go That lit something I cannot answer sir My Instructions are to place you lu tlf ciiMnge and ride beside the drlvei until our destination Is react Is It tilt castlbV cried the otiiJoyously it U not ttio castle was the disap + answer I At that moment they came upon a great dark hulk and heard the stamp lug of horses hoofs close at hand It- t ns5o dark they could scarcely discern the shape of tie carriage although they could touch Its side with their hands A soldier stood lu the shelter of till vehicle timid opened the door for time American Hurry Get Inl exclaimed Quln nox 1 wish to know If this Is liable to get her Into trouble demanded Lorry pausing with one fdot on the steps Get hat commanded the soldier who was holding the door pushing him for ward uneasily He floundered Into the carriage where all was dry and clean In hits hand he still carried the Lays and the lantern the slide of which he hind closed before leaving the prison yard He could not see but he knew that the trappings of the vehicle were superior Outside he heart time soldier sayThis ur gent business for her royal highness captain it is not to be stopped A moment later he was Inside and the door slammed The carriage rock ed as Qulnnox swung up beside the driverYou may as well be comfortable said Lorrys companion ns he sat rigid and restless We have a long and ennui rill before us TO HE CONTINUED t7dtJTORIIBears the- BlgnatlllO of lie Kind You Have Always Bought 7Finds Pearl Worth 150 Roy Mntthtws a joung Ecn of Hal leek Matthews of New Amsterdam 111111 thirty miles below New Albany found a pearl in a mussleshell several days ago that was perfect in shape and color and valued 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underiiPuth large yurt und garden with cistern and such liulldlncs ax belong IIIIL yard two tenement houses nndono cabin barns for keeping 50 to BO hnad of cattle and horses maenlllclentKranery with seven him will stow 3000 liusliuls of grain and lower lours stores mllthlnery wagons etc double situ with ISO ton tallu11 four ream ling tuburnacle family orthltrd and small fruits eight large lakes or ponds from four to six feet deep each covering from one to unu amid one I half re UllsltUlitlod udhllybtrightmulneesettiusthe water question and sup powerspile the tlih f wheat binder corn binder mowers rakes U kind of plows tultlvllturs harrows 4weeder drills eireular saw rig ream sepxralor term HUKUIIS surrey buggy In 3 rsoftheTormuntoriimlStIaambertftmintmI ofjt twoZl 3 trohiltI close out remaining personalltlesut publlcuuctlon An Idea of the value of this 3 I I 3 rtstulridhttwritteforI j Dr P W Foote J 31I KY eYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYeYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY t OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY Ii xxx CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY I eNNNNNNeNNNeNeeNeeNNeNiNeeeNNNNeFirst IRVINGTON KY S W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H KHMPIJR Cashier i ine Accounts of Corporations Finns nail Ladiritlultholicited Interest Paid on Time Deposit- sNweeeee e e eeeeeeeeeeeeeNeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeee Bank of Hardinsburg B F BEARD President Al II BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS- R M JOLLY G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits The Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS- R S HUGHES Pres LAWSON RENO VPresG T HERR Sec Treas- A J BRODIE J S H K1GEL F T GUKTHER W H IURGUSON R A HAGAN C L MOREHEAD We pay interest on Time Deposits 5 per cent 12 Months 4 per cent 6 Months We loan this money on real estate only There is not an instance in the United States where a Trust Estate CompanyVoTrust Com puny Business and tho uusiness is in the hams experienced officers nnd are fully equipped in every way having the strongest 1 fro and Burglarproof vaults t r d teats in tieI city The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Incorporated W H BOWMER President DR F L UGHTPOOT VPres i1OrgattfzcdA B SKILLMAN Cashier CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashiei Accounts of Firms Individual and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest pld on time deposits I v r iir z 8RECKENR1DGE NEWSJ- NO0endV0BABBAOE t I Bdltort and Proprietor i Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year 1 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines chart or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of C nts per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1003 EIGHT PAGES The Presbyterv held at Garfield ma- ttt week was well attended and very successful in every way The good people in that community believe iIn churches and church work They t have two splendid church houses the Cumberland Presbyterian and the Baptist which are a credit to then and their work They are a hosplt ble people as well They not only be- lIeve1 in churches but in good dinners r and having their frleuds enjoy then CPeople who heard Mr Bryan at the Chautanqua last week came home very much enthused and with their faith very much renewed in his greatnei s as a man of the people and his hig ideals of moral character love of country and love of his fellow man The women especially are loud iin their praises One woman in particu lar who had not heretofore beer f a very great admirer was truly con- vertedF and now thinks he is the great test an in the country The Board of Health or some other board which has the authority should require tho owners of vacant lots It town to cut the weeds and thereby protect the health of the community Weeds are disease breeders They art unsightly They show a lack of prld in home and town Cut them down and do it quickly Miss Ellen Stith of Hardinsbnr in teaching the district school a1 Hardins school houee Miss Stith Iit a very attractive and accomplished young lady and seems to be very en tnusiastio in her work The patrons of this school are very fortunate we think in securing her services and iIf they will do their part there is no reason why there should not be a good Bcnool in that community A teach er however enthusiastic in her work cant do all She cant ompell the children to attend school and she cant teach them anyt ling unless she has the Cooperation of the parents Slits Stith says there are eightytwo pupils enrolled in that district She has ia daily attendance of twentyfour Last year the average daily attendance was only twelve She hopes to increase it very much above this this year The parents should see to it that their ohildern go to school The school it there for them Its free for all An average of twelve doesnt speak veri well for the parents in that neighbor hood We fear they havent the inter est they should have in Ithe school They should wake up on this very important work Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications they cannot reach diseased portions of the ear There is only1 one way to core deafness Hud that in by constitutional rem dlM Deafness Is caused by an inflnm 6tl condition of the mucous lining of the EUltaoblan Tub When this tube It inflfiiufcd you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely cluster Deafness is the ru stilt and unless tho inflamntiqn can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever Nine cases out of ten lire caused by catarrh which is nothing but an iullamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness caused DY oatarrhthat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureSend for circulars free F J Cheney d Co Toledo 0 Sold ry Druggists 7J5o Halls Family Pills are the bestII To Dedicate Constantine Church Brandenburg KyAug llSpooial Rev Cramleil will not preach next Sunday as he will go to Constantine c to dedicate a church He will give his congregation hero a sonron on tho fifth Sunday in this month q TIMELY TALK ON ROAD TAX BY A ROAD WORKER I am told we cannot get more than 110 cents on the 100 road tax unless we vote it on ourselves and to do that we will have to get an act passed by the State legislature to allow us to tllke vote by districts whether or not we will work roads by taxation and how ranch tax we shall have Now let us hear from Mi Moorm and Mr Payne for a man that is not a road tax advocate cannot justly represent the people in the Secon magisterial district this county for I believe there are fourfifths of the voters in favor of road tax and 1 be- lIeve further that they would vote on a tax like this klnd25 cts on f100 and one dollar poll tax on every voter iin the district With that kind of tax we would have about 3000 road money every year which would in a few years pike every roadof any copse qnencein the Second district We now have only about 1200 not enough f to do much good and we also have the worst roads we have had wince the road tax was levied and for the fol lowingreasons The people are slow to work the roads for nothing and pay tax tooThe overseers have lost aU Interest in the work and never WOrK- out their full time and great many of them never call out the road hands iat all We know it is not just for us to work roads for nothing for they are IS much benefit to one as another Tel me of any ther public work done for nothing by any one class of people Now lets see into this business and vote a tax sufficient to make good roads and at the same time elect Ia supervisor by a vote of the people for a term of two or four years and pay him a salary sufficient to compen sate him for giving his attention tithe work Road Worker Tour Sleeping Cars to Colorado Leave Chicago daily through the summer on the 11 30 pm train Chicago d Northwestern Ry Only f250 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 to a 2cent stamp NM Breeze 48 Vine Street Cincinnti Ohio An Open Door To Ruin St Louis Christian Advocate We would be very glad to impret our brothers of the country press with the very great dangers that he in walt for the multitude of young girls that are flockIng to our cities especiallyI St Louis and notably at this time The country press is a tremenilou power for good and if they would keep this matter before their renders constantly warning all as to this open door to rain many might be saved who else were lost The gateway to St Louis our great Union Depot is beset by- n thousand snares for unwary feet Any young girl who comes through the gates into the midway is at once spotted and if it be possible the snare will be so spread in her path that she cannot escape No girl should come here unless absolutey certain as to her course The many tempting advertise ments are often were baits for Ignorance and innocence And if she comes to the city ready to enter the first carriage whose driver proposes to taKe hero a good cheap boarding house or to ccept the first situation offered whereto experience is required she may a8- well hid adieu to innocence and hope rhea she leaves her home And as a latter of course the young man is almost equally exposed so far as more alI or even physical safety is concern till1 If the country papers will onl- keep theee things before their readers hey will serve God and humanity hole in the Lungs There are thousands of men aud Dnnn as well as ever with holes in- their lungs consumption stopped Consumption stopped is consumption eured What does it If Some change in the way of life and Icofts emulsion of codliver oil With the emulsion give some attention to circumstances change from 1 dark damp close room to a sunny lry airy one from city to country rom hard to an easy life indoors to itA t bole in the lungs once healed is no trse than a tootight waist or waist take tho emulsion and give it a- hnnce to heal the wound ellmator for September is inJBabbage BEWLEYVILLE Jack Hardaway of Missouri is here visiting his mother Jesse Hardaway has moved his tam fly to Louisville again Therecent rains very much InjUred Charlie Hardawaya wheat Mrand Mrs Tatefrom near Rosetta attended cnurch here Sunday Miss Florence Cain is teaching the fall school at Pleasant View near Gaston Mr and MrsVertreeseof VineGrov visited Mr and Mrs W W Keith last week Our protracted meeting continues today Monday There have beer three conversions Miss Lucy Clarkson was the guest of Mrs Blanford last week and attended the meeting C D Hardaway has been quite sick the past two wees He has two children sick also Mrs Charles Pennington and child ren are visitors of relatives here and at Irvington for several weeks Will Payne has gone to Missouri to seek his fortune He is with hit uncle John Triplet at LaBelle Hiram Wrather has been very sick at hIs grandparents Mr and Mrs Shumate He is much better now A day to enjoy yoursellf a day of fun of laughter of sumhine Th Masons barbecue Uloverport Ky The District meetng of the W F M S will be held at Irvington the fifth Saturday and Sunday of August Mr and MrsJohn Lewis of Hardii county visited the families of Z T Stith and Charlie Drury last week Mr and Mrs John Frakes and their little dfngther Carra D were guests of Mrs Charlie Drury Sun dayThos Anderson who recently pur chased the property formerly owned by D C Johnson has moved his family thereRev S L Lee and wife of Louis villa who spent a couple of weeks guests of Mrand Mrs Thos PHard away have gone to assist Brother Scobee in a meeting Golden Hod Owns riontana Horses Stepnensport Ky Aug llSpec- lal E G Burt returned last week from Montana with two carloads of horses and is grazing them on Mrs Mary AdttissonH pasture End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with an abscess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of inPon Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had comes a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now rye entirely regained my health It conquers all coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Short fc Haynes drug store Price 50o and 100 Trial bottle free have a swell box paper with all colors 50c now 30c iiwus iiVhitings cards notes 50c now o A neat box paper with envoi I opcsis nowIOC this former 20c SCIENCE AND OLD AGE Man Should Live Long ISnoagh to Welcome Not Dread Death From twenty to fifty a man should lire for himself and his fatally from fifty to 100 for science and humanity and after a hundred for the state lion ored useful In full possession of all his faculties at elxscore years and ten the graybeard of the approaching fu ture will be among the most enviable of mankind for the fear of death Is an aberration The fact Is that one man In a million at present dies a natural death We should live till 140 years of age A man who expires at seventy or eighty is the victim of accident cut ofT in the flower of his days and he unconscious- lyI resents being deprived of the fifty years or so which nature owes him Leave him a little longer and in due time he will desire to die as a child at dusk desires to sleep The sandman will pussl All our Instincts drop from us one by one The child cries for mothers milk The Idea of such an ailment is repugnant to the adult The desires for sweets for play for love and lovemiik lug for long walks and adventures are all impulses that have their day and pass and the wish to live is an In stlnct which falls also with satiety Only at present none of us lives long enough to be satiate with days Pro fessor MctchnlkoffB Studies In Human Nature The Day After It Is a strange omission that the day after supreme and epoch making period of time should have failed to receive the homage which is its just prerogativeDe in his powerful bit of word painting entitled The Knocking at the Gate dwells on the thought that In Macbeth the climax of the tragedy the moment most truly fraught with terror is not the one In which occurs the murder qf Duncan or when the guilty pulr nerve themselves for its accomplishment but the moment when the first knocking at the gate Is heard With that summons from without comes an Instant and terrible realization of what has taken place In that moment of horror Is condensed all the meaning of past crime and future retribution as in a lightning flash The magnitude of what line happened cannot be measured until the first touch of reaction has been felt We cannot tell what has really occurred till the day Atlantic Mttthty CLcerrul Mamma had told her little daughter that she could not go out to play but the little maiden determined to make one more plea Please mamma it Isnt very wet No you cannot Dorothy said mamma pleasantly smiling a little at her daughters persistency Dorothy regarded her mother ng Tlevcdly and then said Well seems to me youre mighty cheerful about ItNew York Times Ilnrrnu of Publicity Mrs NaggiiBS What on odd Inter sting piece of furniture It looks like nn antique Is it a chiffonier or a bookcase Mrs Horns wife of struggling au tborNeither Its my husbands writing desk lie calls It his bureau ot publicity Chicago Tribune tile Inrt The DoctorYou regard society as merely n machine do you What part of the machinery do you consider inc for Instance The Professor You are ono of the ranks Exchange NaN i One the swollcst things out this paper with 50c now 40c The Roman finish on this paper andenvclopeisvorystyl ishwas 15c now only9cT- his lut box paper with is a neat style and is nice for children white color was 15c now 9c I i Dw w t ON NNN NN NN 4 1 OON J THE TWO STATES BANK INCORPORATED Capital Stock 15000 STEPHENSPORT KY IKE C ADAIR President DR J H LEE VicePresident JOHN S ADAIR Cashier 1 I DIKECTUKS G W PAYNE R A SMITH WM B HARDIN R A SHELLMAN R D HAMILTON L P MILNER- J t S CAREY TilE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 7 Your tunds are absolutely sate m our bank as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only j Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in the county We solicitIyour business whether large or small You can do your banking with us by mail f JOHN S ADAIR Cashier H HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES KyIthe above account rate of 205 for round trip Cioverport to Bender son and return will be made Date of sale Sept 7 limited to return Sept 8 AutomobllelRacei LonUvllle Ky AUK IS 1903 For occasion of Automobile Races rate of 245 for round trip Clover port to Louisville and return will be made for morning trains on August 10 limited to return August 10 Popular Ezcurilon to Evinivllle Ind and Return Aug 161903 Cloverport to Evansville and return August 10 125 Special train leaves Cloverport 1025 a m returning leaves Evansville 080 p m Running a store without advertising is a good deallike the old boss which tried to live without eating before the store gets used to it it dies Whites lyings National Encampement a A R Sir Francisco August 1722 1903 For this occasion rate of 5350 for round trip Cloverport to Sanfrancisco and return will be made Tickets to be sold July 81st to August 13 inclusive Also on morning trains of August 14th Good returnng Oct 15 Old Point Comfort Excuriloni For these excursions rate of 1550 for round trip Cloverport to Old Point comfort and return will be nade Tickets to be sold for morning trains July 15 and Aug 18 good returning 15 days including date of sale Free reclining car chair un train leaving Cloverport at 040 a In August Gtn for use of Seashore passengers Kentucky State SundaySchool Convention Ltxlnjfton Ky August 16201903 For this occasion rate of 485 for the round trip Cloverport to Lexing tou and return will be made Tickets- to be sold Aug 17th and 18th Final return limit Aug 21 Cheap rate excursions to Niagara Fans and return on August 4 fi 11 tad 14 Apply at ticket office for in A stylish light paper with for 60c now only 45c with cobweb paper all colors was 20c New now thing and paper Onion all col ors was 20c now 12c First Class Meats r are to fur nish meats for We make a feature of this business during the seasonII can supply every kind of meat needed do it quick do it right do it cheap No matter how large or small the party may be can furnish tho meat Just let us know by phone or lett- erFred MayC- ity Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY formation Owenaboro Chatauqua Rate For the Cbatanqua =rate of 1 Co for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboroand return will be on 0 to20 inclusive limited to return 21 Loultvllle Jefferson County A lc n Fair Louisville Ky AUK 1822 1903 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round trip Cloverport to Louis ville and return will he made on August 18 and 22 limited to return August 24 Tickets sold only to colored passengers All colors of crepe paper in stook J D Babbage NNNNNNN + +N N1 N NN NNNN N N NNN N NNNNNNININN + i M i STATIONARY REDUCED iiOurstock of must he sold regardless of price Our stock is of the best goods in tho latust stylesIIand not last long at the ollowing low prices We envel niceTshortTwore eI price only after of perforated envelopewas only of On N greenbox envclopesis this mer price Envelopes ef fect and to suit in now12c- A Article A in skin in Jno Babbage NN NNNNNNN 1 tgIForPicnics Wo prepared suchoccasions and wo to perfection made Aug August colored N Iif stationary composed will envelopes and envelopes envelopes and A largo lot of lOo pencils n different sizes and colors ithat go for only5c A very largo variety of pen staffs and pens regular 10c hat go for only5e A full line of ledgers books time books and weekly day booksblankII t etc at reduced prices Cloverport Ky fj1 + TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTeT1TITTTITTTTTTTTTITTITTTTaTTT1TTTTITTTTT TTTI7TTTTTTTrT VYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTITTTTTTT W B Oelze Music and Jewelry Store Art Goods and Stationery Jewelry and Time Pieces = 3 AUAuuAAUauuuuAAAuuAAAAAAUuAuuuuu AA AAItAAAA oauu i 1rW t- y r So TiredIt may be from overwork but r the chances are Its from aa inactive LIVER i I IWith a well conducted LIVER one can do mountain of labor without fatigue 1 i iItadds a hundred percentto ones earning capacity It can be kept In healthful action by and only b- yTufts Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1003 Fresh bread today Babbage Son Walter Smart IB at home from the WestJuly Delineator uJ D Bab bage W B Oelze was In Louisville kr Thursday T Try Jusdon Coombs for an npto i date hair cnt 1 L D Addison of Addison was in town Friday 3 big Co tablets for lOc n ntil Se- pt1J D Babbage- D H Severs is at home from the West this week Mr Alex Boyd was up from Owens I boro a while last week Ed Berry and Emmett Mattingly went to Lodiburg Wednesday Mrs Jake May went to Louisville Wednesday to be with her son Owent I Miss Lula Newman is visiting Miss Florence Hathaway at Owens boroJ D Gregory will fill your coal house for 84 cents per bushel during August Perfect fitting clothes are made by Butterick patternsJ D Bab bage agent Miss Carrie Graham of Louis yule was the guest of friends here Sunday and Monday Gregory sells the best coal on the l market for 1850 per 100 bushels deliv pBred to your coal house The girls fad for the barbecue is a crepe paper hat All colors of it in stockJ D Babbage fSMrs E G Gregory and children of Fenley who have been visiting relatives returned nome Thursday Riley Polk and Ras Weather holt of Toblnsport have ben doing carpenter work in this city Mrs Romey Renfrow of Owens boro who has been visiting Mrs Weatherholtreturned home Thurs dayRev and Mrs Lnsk of Hender son and Mr and Mrs J E Ke t b spent Friday at the Uhantanqua OwensboroJas has finished thresh ing in Perry county Indand brought his outfit back to tha Kentucky side WednesdayBe when yon come to the barbecue by having a crepe paoer hat AH colors of It in stocK JD Babbage Mr and Mrs Joe McJohnson of Owensboro who have been spending several weeks at Tar Springs return ed home Thursday i We have aI few of the 10 15 and 20o magazines we are selling for 5 yet See them before they are goneJ D Babbage Fladge Carter of near town has a persimmon tree unusaully large It fris 23 feet in diameter and the first limb is sixty feet from the ground Mr Hiram Winchell and laughter Miss Zella of Hardinsburg were hero Saturday morning en route to Tobinsport to visit his father Mr Len Winchell Miss Birdie Smith of Henderson who has been the guest of Mr und Mrs J E Keith returned home Wed nesday on reciept of a message an nouncing the illness of her mother Miss Mildred Fontaine of Louis i V lIlt who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jas Skillman Uast week return ede home Friday accompanied by her cousin William White who will be her guest We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION- a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially i to the nerves its action is that of a sampleSCOTT medicine 4o9M aiPaalstreeq NeYork joCmdflOol tall drugcitU I 1 MrsD H Severs went to Owens boro Friday Miss Mary Wirgman went to Louisville Sunday Roy Heyser is at home from Charleston W Va Miss Lula Severs returned from Union Star bundav Mrs J H Wills is attending the Cbuntanqna at Owensboro Mrs Harry Morrison of Louisville is the guest of relatives here The best lOo towel 20 inches wide and 44 inches long Babbage Son FranKlin Kincheloe of Hardins burg was visiting in the city Sun dayMiss Amy Pate returned Sunday from a visit with friends at Bewley villeMrs Fanny Lishen went to Owens boro last week to visit Mrs Frank EadesA freight car was wrecked at the depot MondayThe damage was slightMegerley MoFarland are putting down a drive well at the canning facory Weisenberg Nobles store on Elm and High streets nas been given a new roof For RentOne brick store room 85 x 100 feetH A Oelze Clover port Ky The greatest and best variety of ladies and gents hose in the city Babbage Son Lew Baker of Leavenworth Ind was the guest of Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory Friday Apple pealers 50o each It cuts cores and peels the apple ready for drying Babbage Son Miss Jean Todd who has been the guest of Miss Marion Bcwmer returned home Friday The Baptist Sundayschool and church held a delightful picnic at Og leebys grove Friday Jas Younger left Monday to spend a week with friends in Louisville Midway and Lexington Julian Brown moved his stock of groceries and dry goods into his new storehouse last we k Mr and Mrs E C Bricn returned Sunday from their bridal tour in the Eastern states and Canada Mr and Mrs Adolph Fellaof Prince ton Ind were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory Friday Miss Roberta McGavock has gone to Bloomington Ill to make an ex tended visit to her sister Mrs C It BarerMrs J C Nolte and little daughter E16ise and Miss Cornelia Allen left Monday for Rosetta to visit her relativesCapt Carlton and wife and Miss Emma Turner of New Orleans were the guests of E B Oglesby WednesdayBert formerly operator for the L H St L Ry at Spotts ville has a position at the shops in ths car shed Mr E S Foote of Owennboro is here to meet his sister Mrs R V Board of Texas who is visiting Mrs V n Babbage The crowd that attended the barbecue at Carters Landing Saturday was not as large as expected on account of the threatening weather IZ E H Miller after spending three weeks at Martinsville Ind is under going hot nod vapor baths for rheuma tism has returned home very much improved Chas Berry who has been at Lit tie Rock Ark but is now in Louis ville with the Illinois Central as a machinist came down Sunday to visit his parents Mrs Mary Adkisson Miss Lena Payne and Mrs R A Shellman were delightfully entertained n few days ago at the home of Mr Julius Dnts chke in Holts Bottom Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs J C Jarooe Mrs J L Moor man and Dr R L Newsom were among those from this city who attended the faneral of Jeff Sterett at Hawesville Friday The following were among the Cloverporters who were in Louisville Sundays Messrs Emil Nolte Chas and Rollie Fallen Jesse Bohler Marion and Thad Weatherholt Louis and Victor LaMont Joe Bailey John and FredNewton D H Babbage Wilbnrn Gregory and Miss Essie BhlerEd Gregory left yesterday on a spe cial advertising tour for the W B Oelze music and jewelry store The Bank of Ulpvjerport The Fair J C Nolte Bro Star Roller Mills and the Breokenndge News He will go to Union btar then to Hardlns burg thence to Kirk and Glendeane and then back to Cloverport over the Bowling Green road At latest reports the condition of Owen Mays eye was much better and it ia thought he will not lose the mem ber He was struckbya pjecoof steel while he was at work In the Bg Four shops in Louisville and it wao thought for a while it would have to be removed HARDINSBURG Eli Storms of McDanlels was in the city Monday Clara Owen of Jolly Station was in the city Monday BornTo the wife of James Smith July 29 a lTroy Jesse Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard are In Cincinnati this week T J Hook is receiving machin ery for his new planing mill Tom J Moore of McDanielp was iin town last Sunday and Monday Dr Milton Board who has been sin for the past week is recovering The RAv Caleb Hodge of McLeans boro Ill is here with his family Robert J Ball and Evan Royalty have returned home from Union Star Wade Pile the merchant of Mook was in town last Saturday on legal busi nessJas G Brodie was in Uwensboro on abusiness trip a few days of lost weekMiss Lillian Moiedock of Louis ville is visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred HestonMessrs Ezekiel Rhodes and Alfred Heston spent last Sunday at Tar SpringsC Beard Jr who has bee seriously ill with typhoid fever lIB recoveringMrs G Beard and son of Lou- IsvIlle are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Scott The Rev W H Calvert filled his regular appointment at tile M E church last Sunday Jesse Payne has returned home from Bewleyville where he spent his va cation with his parents Miss Martha Gardner has returned nome from a visit to Miss Mary itlchardson at Union Star B F Beard returned home last Fri day from Burgin after a visit to his daughter Mrs A S Edelin Judge Matthias Miller is visiting Mr and Mrs Jno E Monarch anti other relatives at Owensboro- A great number of Hordinsburg folks attended the services at old Freedom church last Sunday Coleman E Haswell who travels foi Carter Dry Goods Co of Louisville spent Sunday here with his family- A diy to enjoy yourself a day of fun of laughter of sunshine The Masons Barbecue Cloverport Ky There were six applicants for pen slons examined here last Wednesday by the Board of Examining Surgeons Jeff Hook and S A Pate attended a meeting of the millers of Western Kentucky held at Owensboro last week Miss Lytie Ford returned how last Sunday after an extended visit to friends at Kokomo Michigan City and Chicago Mrs Martha Hendricks and Mr Lafe Miller are among those who are staying at Tar Springs Mr Miller health is somewhat improved- Mr Morris Eskridge and family ar at Owensboro attending the Chau tauqna They nave rented tents in the park and will remain during the whole time School supplies tablets pencils pens slates writing paper copybooks ink lunch baskets Babbage Son Resolutions of Respect Whereas it was the will of Almighty God in His all wise providence to remove from us our beloved sister Mrs Harry Hills Resolved That in her death our Missionary and Aid societies have lost one of its best and most faithful members the husband a loving wife the daughter a devoted mother the community a beautiful character Resolved That we extend her bereaved family our deepest sympathy in their sad loss Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be preserved In our soci- Ety a copy sent to the bereaves fam fly and a copy published in the Breck tnridgo News Mrs F Fraizo Mrs N Ferry Mrs If M Smith- Committee Rev Rutledge at Baptist Church Rev W B Rutledge pastor of the West End Baptist church Ashville N Cand who was pastor of the Blip tilt church here for seven years will be in our town next Sunday and preach for us at both hours Mr Rutledge has many friends here who will be glad to see him back ana hear him preach All aio coralally invited to attend Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered kid neys or bladderA R Fisher SemiCentennial Thfe Month Bewleyville Masonic lodge No 228 F A M will hold their semicen tennial August 28 at Irvington It will be one of the biggest events in the history of the county Full an nouncement of the many attractions to be seen will be given in next weeks issue IJ t Wants tFOR PALKmVEK BOTTOM 1 PAlm For SaloOhio River bottom harm of 17120 acre cleared For particulars address AHE DITTO Jr West Point KyI roil SALEHEWING MACHINE For Sale Second hand sowing Machine In running order 110 gets It Hurrv JlAJlIIAOEClorIORHALEFAKM lylnJmlllrlessWell produeoIfrIlS andkAddressFOR SALE 30 head Shorthorn and Polled Durham I TheyuroherdwillI bullIL OrconFallsofltougbiyCOOK i Wonted cook Good wages Apply nt News I WANTED RAGSThat are clean and largo 3c per will lie paid for them clellv ered at this olllce Jim D llnbbagu FOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines UnsollneEnltlnesMAUTIi StrletLoulSlIloMONEY TO LOAN i IFE ornwrItetoJXO atlawBerkshire and BePt Rocks FOR SALE Burredi901teo CurnJOIIiL II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No4 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Point only arrlves at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dually Mull and Express leaves CIa rcrport fl48 A MI stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1151P MI No 44 Dally Malt and Express leaves Clo rerport 4 43 PM stops at ull WilY stations except Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 PM WEST BOUND EXjJressleavelClovlrlortvllle 1200 PM arrives St Louis 716 PMI stops only at Hawesville Icwl port Powers SpottsvllleBaskets1 lellvClocrport 111ttonsI No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo rerport 104011I1 arrives Evansvllel20 A lIawesvllleOwcnslJoro1 nailloavesmHeturnlnltiarrives at Cloverport 8 30 p m 46ParlorUThroujfbconnectIon cept Sunday Trains 414 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvllle train Many persons in this community are suffering from kidney complaint who could avoid fatal results by using Fol eys Kidney Cure A R Fisher Pardon for Mike Burk andeGov Beckham to pardon Mike Burk PeMcCarver near Victoria in 1000 Burk penitentiaryyears The Best Prejcripiion for Malaria Chills TilleIebyrlcosocm I The Good- Summer Old I IlIn its disadvantages makes us cross and hard to please discriminating appetites Food must bo tempting When it comes to eatables we arc tempters to palate and purse alike Hams the very best brand Breakfast Bacon too the same sort Chickens the kind you like FRUITS AND VEGETABLES y The Best The Market Affords Try Us JaCaNOLTEBROMASONIC i CLOVERPORT KY n OSTEOPATHY The Natural Way to Health HAS CURED OTHERS WILL CURE YOU I IDr C E Bennett OSTFOPATH Opposite Court House HAWESVILLE KEN- TUCKYAdvertise n in our want column SCHOOL SUPPLES Now is the you are wanting school supplies The place to buy them is at Jno D Babbages storeCloverportKy Where you can find a complete line of SCHOOL BOOKS- TABLETS NOTE BOOKS PENS PENCILS INK RULES ETC SECONDHAND BOOKS We a sell for are and and are not of are SPECIALS I Time REBOUND FOR NEARLYIHALF OF OLD have large number secondhand books that nearly half their orignal price They rebound some perfectly clean some Everyone them usuable 10 cent tablets for 5 cents until September Three big 5 cent tablets for 10 cents until 1II Jno D Babbage I Cloverport Kentucky rr rrlR+ jf mlU l aaeaF + 7RY91ywleyumrV epllrratiff 3 4M1 I 110 t i MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAYOR IRON MOUNTAIN ROUT FROM St Louis and Memphis Affords tourist prospector or 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fare plus two dollars cMM1tNMit11111N1k11ltSJtttltt1t911t1t111t1t COLONIST RATES VIA THE i acv v v I Onehalf rate plus two dollars from s = Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem = phis to points i- nMISSOURI= ARKANSAS I INDIAN TERRITORY = OKLAHOMA TEXAS I LOUISIANA = K IThis rate it in effect on the first and f third Tuesdays of each month Full se jc information furnished upon applicaI J lion to any passenger agent of the company or toI= PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Frisco SystemI gSint Louis It It fKKKKKKt31lKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKtfetFruit Farming along the Colton Belt Is the name ofa new nod finely illus tinted booklet just published liv the Cotton Belt Route It t IK in their own words the story of those who have gone wet nod achi veil great success growing peaches htiHwhenirS pears grapes tomatoes otiioiii nclons jxjUlotM and other Gust and truck on II Olds that formerly sold lor 3 to 310 an acrd and now yield jfltiO 10 JjtX per acrt copyErseSumltwefrt for tile rent you would pay in the East if North It W 1ABKAUMK G I T A Cotton licit r St Louis M 1i Do You Enjoy What You EatYou can eat whatever and whenever you like If you take Kodol By the use of this remedy disordered digestion and diseased stomachs are so completely restored to health and the full performance of their functions naturally that such foods as would tie one Into a doublebowknot are eaten I poslIpleasure enjoyment more these foods are assimilated and transformed Into the kind of nutriment that Is appropriated by the blood and tissues Kodol Is the only dlgestant or combination of dlgestants that will digest all classes of food In addition to this fact It contains In assimilative form the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all disorders arising therefrom Kodol Digests What You Eat Makes the Stomach Sweet Bottles only Regular site SI00 holding VA times the trial size which sells for SO cents Prepared by E O DeWITT Se 00 Chicago III if r V The Br eckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1003 PROGRAM Of Meeting of Ministers and Mission Board of Qoshen Association at Hanging Rock The Milliters Meeting of Goshen Association will convene with Hang ling Rock church on Friday before the fifth Sabbath in August 1DU3 at 10 ocloct The subjects as assigned are In what sense is Jesus Christ the Propitiation of the whole world E B English What is meant by thu washing of Re generation in Titus3X5 W H Kitzgeralcl In what sense did John and Christ fulfill all Rightousnesa in the Baptism of Christ J B Oldham Why do Baptists hold strict conimun ionH B White Our Denominational work and its Iw- pottanceAsa King Baptist PreachersTheIr Relation and duties to each otherJ R Ward The Gospel of ChristWhat is ItT and our duty as Preachers to preach itJ D Duncan Do the Scriptures authorize the Preaching of future Recognition as a stimulus to Religious activi tyJ N Lynch The mission Board will meet Satur day afternoon at 130Mission ser mon Sunday at eleven oclock W V Barrel We desire to make by the help of Godjthis one of the best meetings Come brethren come let us enjoy to gether the service of the Lord J SI Washburn Com A Physician Healed Ur Geo Ewing a practicing physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years writes nls personal experience with Foleys Kidney Cure For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland I used ertry thing known to the profession without relief until I commenced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three bot ties I was entirely relieved and cured I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to nli physicians for such troubles I have prescribed It in hundreds of cases with perfect success A R Fisher Miss Rlchardsohs House Party Union Star Ky August 1lSpeo- lnl Miss Mary Richardson enter tnlued a house party last week The following were among her guests Miss Fannie Lacy of Hppkiusville Martha Gardner of Hardinsburg Lulu Severs of Cloverport and Messrs Evan Royalty RoLt Ball and Franklin Kincheloe ot Hardinsbu- rgFOEEYMIOHEYANDTAR stops thecoughand heals lungs Sarto Elected Pope Caidinal Ginsepril Sarto patriarch of Venice was elected pope at Rome last viet succeed Leo XIII and now rules the Catholic world as Pius X His election wab rtceivnl with favor all over the Catholic world The new pope was born near Venice cf humble parentage June 12 1885 unit was Made cardinal June 12 IfcOS He is decidedly a man of the people and is nJtol for his eloitdnc and modesty If you know of a poor old stifled horsea horse with a lore backa barbed wire wound unnatural growth stiff joints or swollen limbs send him aruiind We can cute him with a few applications of Ruinous Nerve Bone Oil 25c- Alleged Counterfeiters Held Oweusboro Ky Aug 5 Deputy Marshal Gilliland arrived here tonight with Luke Cave charged with violat ing revenue law and Charles K Wathen and Ezra Tlndel charged with counterfeiting They were brought from LeitchHeld All were hfM over to the Federal grand jury nUll went to jail You Know What You Are Taking When you nkeOrovoi Tustoloss Chill Too ic IHMHUSOI lie formula 1Is iilulnly prinlud uu very bottle sliuwlittr that It Is hlmpy Iron UK Quinine In it tustoluw form Nu Guru No pay Price 50c Z T Proctor Struck by Train Leltchfield Ky Aug 5 Mr Z T Proctor of Leitchfield wt s struck by tin fast freight nt Spring Link y ster d ly and his right foot was badlyI ui ipgled Surgeons say the foot will have to be amputated Sir Proctor is the Republican nominee for Represen tat ve for Grayson county CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of VVVVV CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headacho and dizziness Impairs the taste smell and hearing affects the vocal organs disturbs tho stomach- It Is always radically and permanently cured by the bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action ol Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or tho scrofulous habit HOODS TILLS ate the belt cathartic Trouble Over Water Rates Hawesville is having trouble over water rates again and at last reports there was no relief in sight The local water company last week made an effort to raise the citys rates from 300 to 00 a year and the city council and Mayor Miller refuse to agree toI the raise Mr Williams of the water company claims that he had no con tract with the city for some tune yet he has been accepting 000 a year for water plugs Insurance rates have never been any lower since the water company has been in existence Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force is ieadytoserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but tainsnonrlshes invigorates Special Council Meeting The city council will bold a special meeting Monday night August 24 at which the committee lecently appointed to look into the legality of issuing bonds for a waterworks system for the city and cost of same will make its report At the regular council moa ting last week the committee made no report and it was decided to have a special meeting on the date named Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try B B B Butonlc Blood Balm now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils 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 akin Botanic Blood Balm is the only cure to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds np the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that dorters patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists rt- To 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 Trial Set For Friday At Hartford lust weeK the trial ofIi ichlitzbnuin charged with euibezzl rllllroad1andembezzled funds was set for Friday August 14 When you want physio that is mild and gentle easyto take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes Consider it a Good Ticket The Democrats of Ohio county have nominated C E Ford of Fordsville for circuit cerk and Prof 11 DMad dox of near Rockport for Representa tire The party considers the ticket a strong one and thinks it will win in November Has Position In Louisville Court P BabbageSr wno has been working at his tradeof saddler in the repr of the building recently occupied by H A Oelze Son now has H posi tion in Louisville with the Belkuap Hardware and Manufacturing compa ny He is in the harness manufactur fug department and will have thus 10 cition six mouths if not longer Ho went to Louisville last week to assume his duties Bryan Indorses Folk William J Bryan declares that Jo seph W Folk of St Louis would make molt excellent gubernatorial timber He says Mr Folk has accomplished great good since his election as circuit attorneys and as a result the pjepe regardless of party are ready to sup port hi iu for any thing he wants Organizing A 0 U W Lodge An A 0 U W lodge is being or ganized at Garfield Hjrry R White of Irvington has aroused Interebt in the movement and Is organizing the lodge Sells Part of Dhonau Farm Oscar Pate has sold hit part of the Dhonau farm touth of A this city to Cbas Adkisson Core deratlon 1800 4r With the Pigeon Shooters Tne Hawesville Gun Clnb will give Its first shoot on August 21 instead of August 20 as at first announced Members of gun tlubafiotn Louisville Cloerport Henderson Owensboro Lewisport Canuelton and Evansville and perhaps other points will partici I pate The shooting will be at clay I targets and dinner will be furnished on the groundsI The Canneltun Gun Clubs annual shoot was pulled off at WittmeraI garden last Tuesday las Lewis Tay for Herr and Josh Uriftith of Owens boro R H Powell of Henderson MetstA Pragoff and Watson of Louis ville Brown and Scherer of Hawea villa und Wickliile DeHaven of this olty were there Shallcross and Al dridga carried off the honors of the day Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci flu If you have agonizing pains In back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the urotha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hlgn areI1 all the syptoms disappear discharges ceasoaches in the back ills appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resist all other treatment E1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Will Attend Georgetown College Irvlngton Ky August I1Spe ItalQuite a numt eo of yonng la dies and a fow younp men will attend Georgetown college at Georgetown Ky this fall Prf Gray is the princi pal and it is considered one of the best schools of its kind in Kentucky Mission Boat at Owensboro The mission boat Megi Ido has com pleted its three weeks stay at Evans yule and is now at Owensboro where it will remain another week before continplng its trip up the Ohio TI e boat and the mission workers are at tracting much attention and large crowds go at every point to tee them and hear their strange creed preached b Capt Nicholas and his follower in the big tent on the shore Finishes Shipping Tot acco John Phelon practically finished pri Iig and gin Dpi ng last seasons tobac c last weet His big warehouse on Witer street was full front top to bot tom with the best quality of the weed after the crop wis dillveral and now only a few hogsheads remain Fe has sold thousands of pounds of tobacco this yeir and will han le a big crop n at year Lieut David Murray Jr who has been learning the tobacco business with Mr Phelon is off until this years crop is delivered He left last week for Jackson Breathitt county to be with Lila fattier Adjt Gen D R Mummy MDS CECELIA STOWS Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to pet well I however operntionMwell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to try and he did so I Ibegantoimprovemafewdnysandmy in eighteen weeks I was another be- ingttLttuc Mrs Stowea letter shows every byfemalecompletelyWine ness and brings health and happi Buffering and secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui WINEo RDW 1 A BUSYNESS Is EDUCATIONII who would win success Inure This being conceded it 110 uraslmportpnce to get your training at the school that stands In the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY BOOKKEEOINQ SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his line for a beautiful book Riving testimonials from graduates WrIteII you prominent FREE positions all over the Unltsd StatesIt will be School open alt year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT Prest I Dalton Marble Works I MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANT- EDILLINOIS CENTRALRAILROAD Summer Excursion Tickets now on solo to Ft Paul Minneapolis and the North Colorado Utah Orayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Pprlnjrs Ky at reduced rates Veiy cheap rates to California and return account O A It July 31 to August 13 Inclusive I Only Line running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS i For Folders and Descriptive Matter of the Springs and I addressF Lands In the South and through tickets apply to ARKII W HARLOW Ip P A The World all Knows THE Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry The always popular Henderson Route is The W rlds Fai r Line If you have a trip in viewI to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the West or Southwest ASK US FOR RATES AND ASK US FIRSTcr If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions We have them E L WOMACK Q L Garrett City Passenger Alte AgenttLeJ IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KYtI n nMA1fArartAMfUlfiJwibJv via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21st For oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasTerritoriesWriteb- ltbemostI and direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest eopxofnnrThrough Texas With a Camera- L O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo P II II IISUMMER ARKANSAS For those who go to Hot Springs for tho benefit of health the summer is really the BEST TIME Her fortunate location high np in tho foothills of the Ozarks insures a cool delightful climate and every condition which obtains in the most popular summer resorts of tho North is fulfilled in the Valley of Va pDr Physicians are united in the opinion that the waters aro more beneficial during the summer season ONE FARE PLUS 200 For the Round Trip I throughout tho GEO H LEE G P A0e D BUmmC1IILittle Rock Ark J i fu1 4- U s T y 7T++++ tllI litlIIllllllltf IIII11111111111111 PIUS X THE NEW POPE LLLLLLLuLuLLL L u LLLLLuLLLLLL LLLLL L LLLLLL i TTTTTTTT + w v T N APr I JtK2 The thp lote opILeo Xlll vat ID psotJcnllf tt hCvIfS + PP hero PB no i rnnM lllt tlt his DrliHnnt reign I Would be 5IO Cl shoi bv the grim reaper the pnntllfl remnred lo a Irlous cont1III1t1t1I with JUher Perosll the Hallo ii priest whose musical rom positions have matte him famous the world over tint he was convinced fhnt hte successor would be Cnrdlnnl Sarto the patriarch of Venice Vhon the recent conclave went Into sewlon there seemed little probability Ithat Leos propfcecy would be fulfilled for Ham polln seethed to have an almost com inamllng lend among the members of the college of cardinal with Orcglln Gottl end Sernnno VnnnutcllI as strong possibilities Besides these there were several others who were thought to be likely candidates In case the rivalry among the lenders should become so intense as to make the election of anyone of them Impossible But Sartos nnme was scarcely mentioned except among the most reverent who remem bered the prediction of Pope Leo end I those who were mindful of the popu larlty In the Catholic church of Cnrdl nol Sarto which by many was regard ed as being second not even to that of Leo himself Cardinal Snrto now Pope Plus X evidently did not seriously consider himself as one of the papablll for the evening before his election he declared In speaking to a friend who hind suggested that he might be time next pope that when he started for Rome from Venice he had I CARDINAL SARTO bought a return ticket Hut the unexpected has happened mind Leos pre diction hns been fulfilled Cardinal Snrto la Pope Plus X nnd the Kouian Catholic church Is satisfied that the progress made during the reign of Leo XIII Is to be continued and per haps amplified under the administra lion of time present pontiff Pope Leos prediction was considered remarkable by reason of the fact that because of Sartos position with reference to a modus vlvendi between the church and the state he seemed to be on that important point directly opposed to Leo For Instance Cardinal Sarto publicly announced his Joy when there were strong probabilities of a union between church nnd state nnd his accession to the pontificate has long been regarded In certain quarters as the solution of the Roman problem so long unsolved and so long u cause of dissension over all Italy to say nothing of Its bearing upon the attitude of oth tr Catholic countries Cardinal Sarto Ja noted for his prudence having never r meddled with politics and for extreme independence He In also a patron of tie arts find munched Father Lorenzo Perottl the celebrated priest composer The cardinal Is recognized as one of be most learned men In the church- e is u stickler for the exact truth as etween than church mud the people and I ton much r uown some years ago by estroylng certain relics of doubtful utbenticUy He brings to his high dice a character of most attractive nodesty unusual energy In the dlrec totfof matters large and small the admlnlstrntheoWcerndthe organizernoubted Christian character the car teal la from the sweetness of his TTT WIw loo7llJIZIII nature beloved by many millions of people It Is certain Unit no prelate would have n more enthusiastic sane tion from the laity Pope Plus X Is sixtyeight years old He was born at Rlese In the prov ince of Venice and was educated In the Saleslan institute at Cottolenso founded by the famous Dom Bosco He was always of n serious turn of mind and when a young than his rector said to him that he had never been a childCardinal Sarto was not discovered until he hind reached middle age lIe was n parish priest in the province of Venice for the most of his years and finally became a bishop His high exI ecutive qualities and unexcelled learn ing became known soon after hIs etc ration and were recognized by the nu thorities of the church It wits not until 1803 that he was created a cardi nal at which time he was also named as patriarch of Venice Thus the modest but able parish priest became the head of the province In which he had served so many years In a lowly position Ills selection was made by the consistory of 1803 which was com- plIed to sue the throne for the prlvl lege of installing him as patriarch of Venice In return for this concession which was made through Premier CVIspl the church appointed an ecclesi astical vicar apostolic In northeastern Africa to assist the premier In his pet scheme of extending the African colo nlei Cardinal Sarto had not been in otllce more than a year before he publicly des dared for a union between church and state speaking In no uncertain way Ills utterances created a great sensa tion and It was felt that he might have offended the holy father by the fervor of his words Apparently he received time silent approbation of the pope In whose estimation he ever held a firm placeIt said at the time that Cardinal 1 Sarto made his public announcement tint the Austrian and Prussian ambas sadors at the Vatican were endeavor fill to Induce the papal authorities to agree to a modus vlvendi Emperor Francis Joseph Is reported to have written several letters to the pope with this end In view nnd Emperor William of flermany Is said to have been equal ly anxious to bring about an under standing between time Vatican timid the Italian government For more than three decodes a gulf has yawned between the rival palaces of king and pope n gulf material and political For thirtyfive years since the Italians battered down the massive walls near 4lie old Portn Pia nniost njen rind noble women pf all pnres have been dreaming and hoping that the mighty breach between victors and vanquished might In some way be closed It was said of Pope Leo that In 1878 when he hnd list succeeded 111 phn IX be Ilodged for some amicable ar rangement 1 with the Italians but If he did reasons rf state outweighed his private wish Tie was silent and thus pledged himself to the no compromise partyIt Is strange that while Sarto was never seriously considered by tho pub lie at Urge or by the ordinary press correspondents as a papal probability a 13 r r I ITITITI Mi availability was coinmentwl upon by the really thoughtful writers more frequently than that of any other car dinal As an example a special cor respondent of a prominent American dolly last April wrote as follows to his paper concerning Cardinal Sarto and the papacy It Is Cardinal Gutscpi Sarto the patriarch of Venice the friend and patron of Abbe PeroslI the composer who Is at the present moment regard ed not only throughout Italy but like wise In the principal capitals of Eu rope as destined to become the next pope So little has been heard of him until now in connection with the papal succession that he may be regarded In the light of a dark horse In the race which Is perhaps tine to the fact that he rarely goes to Home that he has never been a resident of the Eternal City and that from the time of his be Ins appointed vicar generalI of the die cese of Trevlso until now he has held steadily aloof from nil the projects of the curie The vast majority of the Italian cardinals and especially those who form lug part of the curia are established In the Eternal City have won their promotion to the sacred college as members of the diplomatic service of the papacy rather than as priests And when a prelate has spent the greater portion of iris life In diplomacy and has found It the stepping stone to high honors It naturally leaves him at the close of his career as representative of the Vatican abroad with a greater Ir POPE PIUS X FORMERLY leaning toward statecraft than toward the administrative nnd doctrinal duties of hlq office at Home Many persons declare that it is Imperative that the next pontiff should be a prelate who wonld devote his entire energies to re forms of nn administrative and econ mle character and likewise to the more rigid enforcement of the doc trines and discipline of the church Cardinal Sarto the patriarch of Yen ice Is the man of all others who fills these requirements lie Is probaby the most able ndmlnstrator of the Ital Inn episcopacy combines firmness and determination with abundant tact and common sense tumid has managed to in stitute a number of very practical rev forms In his archdiocese of Venice without giving offense either to the clergy or to the laity He avoids all news paper notoriety Indeed his name la rarely mentioned in the press He has always understood how to maintain nil agreeable yet dignified modus vlI vend with the Italian authorities from whom he derives his stipend and limas shown his enlightenment by tho vigorous campaign which he has car rued on against the veneration of teller of questionable authenticity He Is on friendly t rmn with the members of the reigning house of Italy during the late reign took part with King Hum bent fid Queen Mnrgherltu In the launching of a manofyrnr at Ven ice as well as In other state ceremonies at which they were present and would certainly be a most agreeable choice OB pope to the present ruler of Italy lie IU Just sixtyeight years old which will be In his favor In the eyes of the conclave since as n general rule that number of years constitutes a guarantee that the pontificate will not be of undue length A SOUTHERN BELLE A beautiful Georgia Girl Vice President of the Eaat End Palmetto Club of Savannah and prominent socially there relates the following experienceYou producedsuffering women that there is to be had in the country I want to recommend it es pecially to mothers I was seventeen years old when my darling boy was born Felt very exhausted and weak for a long time and it seemed I could not get my strength back My sisterinlaw bought me a bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription after I had tried sev eral of the other remedies which our Pill Pleasure in ac tion and in S Phi pot of siy D uck KM it WItH It did more mass or any Rut the same it effected ui Little un by all Druggists HOT The cool The is is no ex in being fire no but rather pass quickly The are ex and rest and refreshing service of passengers and via or for The RocUiei Salt and the lowstone in the at of the west W 58 E Sf CINCINNATI are so much- advertised found no I in the medicine at the was so weakand I felt dis couraged within a after I commencedtaking Prescription I was a different life vitality to succeed a weeks I was in health a happy hearty is now two old r splendid perfect health at I or in a yourIt Favorite Prescription me at once address is No 511 Jones Street Savannah Ga Mrs WILLIAMS To Dr R V 0There Is No Beauty Beauty Health Nothing encourages beauty of face and form so as a depends on the condition of the peculiar to perform functions regularly and be free influences so with in the R V making specialty of diseases finally a prescription were entirely of vegetable had a inarvelous on + I =w the peculiar to He it also had on the this he used in his private practice such favorable that he finally to put it up in patent cine some and that it has enjoyed the largest wile of cine put up It is entirely vegetable and Dr guarantee that it contains no t opium or The trouble put up the is that alcohol for their stimulating this is some Dr Iran always felt was bad harmful and a poor bus policy if not absolutely The of the Shepherd at Our the Carthage 0 a deal of Dr Pierces medicines say in to Dr We beg to assure you of medicines our ail ing ones We recommend cures the womanly the general healthwhich eyes and and the thin trid sick are to Dr by in confidence Dr R V PIFRCK N Y GKN a Doctor Pierces Gammon Sense Tldvlser 1008 pales FREE by sending stamps to expense of mailing ONLY Send 31 one stamps for the bound or only 21 for book In covers address Dr H V PIERCE Buffalo Y A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsAAAAAAAAAA1luAAAAAAAAj 3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ANBARBECUEi There will laP an iildfahioin VmrJiocue at the TAR SPRINGS SATURDAY PAUGII503 An oldfashioned barbecue is something everybody advertises limit ee it it iis iidver F 2 propose to up to our advertisement give the people something good return 3 for their money employed one of the cooks the county to prepare meats o 3 They bo served the of order cdoked the Kings 3 BEEF MUTTON PIES AND CAKES VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS E 3 3willbe found on our tnbles all served for price of 25 centsE2 Besides a splendid dinner there be all kinds of refreshments A splendid of music fl1no dancing floor for those to trip the light barbecue he one of the given at famous resort No expense will bo i spared make it a success So if to have the time your spend a pleasant j day dont opportunity neighbors friends bring thorn L 4fie of order will be maintained No intoxicating drinks allowed on the grounds candidates are all invited be present L NOEL J LI ISO Proprietors t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTY7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTVTTTTTTTT Potent The pills that are potent their pleaannt are PeWitts Early Risers W I Albany Gi irlus H bilion at I took one Small ine than u loaiel blue other pills I ever took time pitas sently Early Risers nre certain- lyJ ideal pillSold NO NIGHTS IN COLORADO nights are without ness from dews air pure with out undue moisture cessive luat summer the average temperature 80 decrees There continuous saturating rainfalls brief showers away leaving clear be hind them nights invariably pcol inviting outdoor ercise inducing sleepSplendid train with accommodations for all classes very low rates the Union PacificA write pamphlet Great Yel describing detail tractions II CONNOR G A Fourth OHIO and relief had little faith time sick that but week had 11 like woman New and seemed come with each ing day in few fine and woman My boy ing If any time feel tired need ofa tonic few doses of recuperates My Susm Pierce Like the of much healthy body much organs women These should their from those weakening often con nected life city Dr Pierce after a womans found whose ingre dients origin which effect I PIKE organs women found good tonic effect whole system with results cided medi form years since time medi women only Pierce gives absolute alcohol other harmful narcotics with many tonics public they depend upon effect Pierce practice iness wrong Sisters Good their convent Lady Woods great they recent letter the great benefit these give cannot sufficiently their excellence Favorite Prescription diseases which make cheeks Weak women invited consult Pierce letter strict Address Buffalo let copy pay cent cloth the paper I I j few after tiled We live and Wo best will best and taste I the low will band and who wish This will best ever this you want life and miss this Tell your and and with you best The and will W 1E effect Little gool damp There which skies summer Lake and until years East Very thing Pierce hollow body have N01 1 111010011 11N01011 1111111 111101 01N0- s M H of Elizabethtownly- DISTRICT ERTII I i HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK i iiTHE THE WORLDII f fftown property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case loss Prompt attention given any matter that may come up i 2 2J B HERNDON Agent Irvington Ky 6 + + ++ +i + + + + THE it Fifth Avenue I HOTEL 1 Louisville Ky CAMPBELL Mgr w I a de thirtyfive ago any for his for of use a t undermine the 1 YOU of Medical volume stamps N in in in to 2 fantastic to of I AGENT LARGEST COMPANY IN of to 1The most centrally located and 1200 firstclass rate hotel In tbe city onlyII Only one block from the shopping district mind two blocks from the principal theatres I Street curs pass the door to all purls of the cltr- Everything neat and clean fII- Ii i- w v W I- q I r r w i7 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1008 UNION STARi j Dr Win Milner attended the fuue al of Mr Jas Warren Monday Miss Roxy Wheeler has returne from a visit to her uncle in Indiana W S Ball of Hardmsburg was In town Thursday night and Friday Miss Mattie Milner left Monday tor Oweusboro to attend the Cnantau qua Mrs Ella Watlington of Evansville is the guest of Mrs Judith Watlington Mrs E A Kissam and children r of Hawesville are visiting her moth er Mrs Eliza Bandy Several persons from here took iIn the excursion on the steamer Sunshine to Louisville Saturday Rev Clapp of Louisville and r Rev Enough are holding a protract ed meeting at Raymond Mr and Mrs P J Herrman of Tel a City mud were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jabe Haynes Sunday Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson attended Quarterly meeting at Geth seinnne church near Chenanlt Sun dayDr and Mrs Wiil Milner en tertamed at flinch Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Mary Richardsons guest Mrs Naomi Chappell and Miss Artie Chappell have gone to Ray mond to attend the meeting this weekJas Severs and sister Miss Franois entertained a few of their young friends at flinch Tuesday eveningA to enjoy yourself = a day of fun of laughter of sunshine The Masons Barbecue August to Clover tort Ky- Willie Ilenclmmp and niece Miss nightIfor St Louis Mo to visit their relative Mist Pearl Burton Mrs James HAn and daughters Brooke and Nannie are tit Raymond visiting relatives mid attending the matlne in progress at that place- Mime Martha Gardner of Hardlna burg Lout Severs of Cloverport Meagre Evan Royalty Franklin Kin cheloe Robt Bali of Hordinsburg who have been the guests of Mlns Mary Richardson the past week returned to their Ironies Saturd- aySTEPIIENSPORT W J Schopp wfcs in Louisville Sunday J S Adair spent Sunday in Haw lville W B Gardner of Irvington spent Sunday here Miss Xelutn Lay is touching the p ubilu school nt Frymire Mrs R W Vaughanof Lexington is here visiting her pwrenta Mr and Mrs L nHelm Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star begun the school here Monday Augusts witn a good attendance Mrs Mouie Bruinrnot and children of Evansville Ind dined with Mrs R A Shellumu Monday The farmers of this section are wearing a bright face They say that the prospects for corn and tobacco crops nre exceedingly fluttering The beautiful excursion boat Sun smart My Hair I had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair I pur chased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor and it brought all my hair back againW Quinn Marseilles 111 One thing is certain Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow This is because it is a hair food ItI feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there is to it It stops falling of the hair too and al ways restores color to gray hair lice H botil All runlsla II your tlrQgit cannot iui i ljr you send Ua one dollar Bud we willI express you a bottle lie sure anil civo the name of your noareetex1ire + rnke Address J C A Elt 0Lowell3laas shine took on quite a number at thi place for Cannelton Ind last Friday- A day to enjoy yourself a da of fun of laughter of sunshine Th Masons Barbecue August 20 Clover port Ky Mrs F C Ferry has returned to her home in Louisville after spend tug two weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller The ladies of the Baptist and Meth odist churches will give an Ice crean supper next Saturday night Aug 10 in Mrs Kate Jarretts dinlngroom The room will be well lighted nm nicely seated Everybody cordially invited to be present We were pleased to see such a large crowd at prayer meeting Sunday night They should continue to at tend with prayer for the success of the protracted meeting that is to commence at the Baptist church 01 the first of October and there is no reason why our Sundayschool should not have a better attendance and take more interest in the teaching f the Lor ds work Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion aud these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward otf the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic may be pre vented in the same way For sale by short Haynes TARFORK Nat Dunn who has has been very ill is improving Miss Annie Morton is visiting relatives near Glendeane- S T Rice of Askins was visiting lis parents Mr and Mrs O W Rice ast week Floyd Lancaster of Aiklns spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with Yen Bates Little Amon Hook of Hardins burg who has peen visiting his brother his returned home Miss Llllie Kiper and Charles Carter of Leitchfield were visiting Mr- sPH Keenan last week P H Keenan visited his uncle Dr J W Meador of Patesville ast week Dr Meadow is very ow with consumption Mrs J B Bates and Miss Maxie faokson of MnQuady were visiting rlends anti relatives at this place lAst week Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Ch okra and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Sated A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Pat tou a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamber tins colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy I bought a twentyfive cent ottle 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 SHREVEKY W A Murphy is building a new usidencf James DeWeese of Hartford visited his mother lust week Carpenters are at work on T E Sutlers flouring mill Charlie Carden is extremely ill with niliiuiitory rheumatism Col Dent of Leitohneld Is a guest at T E Butlers this week Many went from here to attend the Association at Fordsville lust weeK Henry Winglt of near Falls of tousn is very ill with typhoid fever Messrs Charlie and Clarence De Veeae opened their schools last Mon tIayEd Butler and wife of Short reek visited at Tom Butlers Sun dayT E Butler threshed about fourteen hundred bushels ot wheat last week C A Keen will not open school at this place until the first Monday in SeptemberMiss Tuustall teaching at Deaniield Miss Addle Tunstull is ne of her assistants Mrs Mamie Armstrong of Frills oj Rough was the guest of her aunt Mrs Butler last week Misses Ruby and Jessie Stone of Falls of Rough attended church here Saturday and Sunday The Misses Camp of Henderson are the guests of their aunt Mrs Al onzo Grant for a few weeks A day to enjoy yourselfa day of fun of laughter of sunshine The Masons barbecue August 20 Clover port Ky Dr J W Meador is very much im proved but contemplates going to New Mexico for his health to spend the winter Miss Floy Murphy who has been ill so long died Sunday August Jland was buried Monday afternoon at the Pleasant Grove cemetery Funeral services wore conducted by Rev E D Maddox of Centertown CpI3TORIdBeau the- Blgaature ot 1ha Kidd You Hate Always Bought EKRON Miss Louisiana Guedry spent several days last week in Brandenburg Miss Nary Ann Richardson is visIt- Ing in Louisville Graham Jolly and family spent Sunday in Stephensport Z T Cox rnJ family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Dan ShacK lettMiss Maud Payno left Sunday to visit relatives and friends in Louis yule Miss lone Mlleaof Garrett spent Saturday with her aunt Mrs Dutch RichardsonMiss Bruner of Louisville is visiting her unota S R Frymiro near hereIwent on the boat excursion to New Albany Saturday Miss Tula Jordan is making an ex tended visit to her aunt Mrs Jim Simpson at New Ha9n Mr and Mrs Jim Richardson of Louisville are guests of their sister tlrs Blan Shacklett Miss Minnie Woolfolk and Lela Swings visited Miss Annie Leo Bandy of Irvington last week Mr B Guedry and little sonGene Slbert went to Almo Ky Friday to spend a few days with relatives- A day to enjoy yourselfa day of fun of laughter of sunshineThe Masons barbecue August 20 Clover port Ky WM Frymire has just completed a new addition to his storehouse and is now prepared to make his customers more interested in his own needs and comfort Mr Gene Guedry and Family of Fulton Ky visited his parents of his placelast week MrGuedry spent sometime with her parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Haynes of Brandenburg Laxative Bromoguinine Cures a Cold in I on every box 25c Special Summer Rates Via Chicago Northwestern Ry For round trip tickets during the sum mer season to St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Ashland Waukesha Devils Lake GogeblcLake Geneva Madison Marquette Lake Mills Green Lake Lake Minnetonka and other summer resorts of Wisconsin Nothern Michi gan and Minnesota Yellowstone Na tional Park Oregon Washington and ColoradoTourists giving detailed inform tionmalled upon application to W B Knls kern P T M Chicago 111 Two Important Trials In Progress The argument in the Jett Whitc case at Cynthiana wax begun Saturday afternoon Mr French for the de fens assailed the character of Ewen Court convened Saturday morning at Georgetown In the trial of Caleb Powers for the murder of William Goebel Puts an End to il ill A grevlous wall of times comes as- a result of unbearable pain from oval taxed organs Dlzzncso Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Lift Pills they put an end to It the are gentle but thorough Try then Only 25c Guaranteed by Short d Haynes Drug Store WOMANS WORK Exhibited at State Fair0wensbor Prizes Amounting to 750 are Offered THERE WILL BE FINE DISPLAYS True to the reputation which Ken tuclniins have long since established for gallantry towards theirwomerf- olks the Executive Committee oi the State Fair has certainly dealt most generously with them in award ing the Premium list in the Womans DepartmentNot are the premiums the largest offered by any State in the Union 7COOO having been alloted tc this one department but so wide it their scope and HO broad their purpose to reach every class ttu t one may be well repaired by a careful study of the listsThe practicable sensible woman of our rural or mountain sections from whose sturdy looms come the beautiful woven counterpanes and artistic rag carpets whose merits are being more and more appreciated the deft fingered art workers of our cities with their flmly laces and exquisite em broideries are all remembered In whatever direction ones talent may lie she will find in this catalogue an incentive to exhibit her best work Not alone in needle workeither for that road which is said to lead most directly to a mans heart the culinary highway is quite generously provided for Bread cake preserves jellies pickles all are there with abundant scope for the display of ones skill in many directions Another striking feature to which attention snonld be called is the Sweepstake Premium offered as an Inducement to exhibit as many different articles in each class as one may table To the one who receives the largest number of premiums in tiny class special premiums of 1000 is awarded matting It worth ones while to enter as great a variety as possibleNor the children forgotten for there is a special list for them where they may exhibit their best dressed dolls their raffia work ncolloplng or any other handicraft in which they may excell To any one who may feel interested the secretary of the association Mr LB Shropshire Board of Trade 13hildtna Louisville Ky will gladly mail Catalogues upon application and ittis earnestly hoped that the women of our State may find both pleasure and profit in making their department a success OAS T 9RX Elf Bean the- Algaatare of 1ha Kind You Have Always Butt WALLACE CIRCUS IN WRECK Special Trains Collide Killing Twen tyone and Injuring Over a Dozen An air brake on the second section of Wallace Bros circus train refused to work in the Grand Trunk railway yards at Durand Mich early Friday morning causing a collision between the two sections Jin which twenty OIK people were killed and over a dozen were injured The tint section on Its way to La Peer pulled into the west end of the Grand Trunk yards at 34 oclock in the morning A red Ugh was hung on the rear car to stop the second section The engineer of the rear train saw the light but when he applied the air brake it refused to work He reversed the engine but the momentum of the train carried it onto the first section telescoping three cars of the stationary train and de inolishing the engine and five cars of the moving train Twentyone men trainmen and circus employes were killed and about a dozen injured One elephant and two camels also were I killedThis is the second wrests Wallace Bros circus has had since it showed in Gloverport July 8 the first several I weeks ago resulting in injuries to a number of employes FOLEY5110lffiYANDTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia I have 0100000000000000 5 bird puppies I will 0 fi sell for five dollars each j These Dogs are fullblooded Read descriptions of themOne mule solid white One female with good sized liver colored spots nil over Two females marked nearly the same with bllt bluck spots around eyes and on back One female solid white with exception of largo black spot on left front shoulder und on left hind hip For further Information cull on or write t D H Babbage CloverpprtKy ICXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3OOO LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES RUSSELLVILLE KY Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903 I A boarding school for girls exclusively For Six Years of successful work A practical education obtained under the very best home and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Silence Mathematics Music iI Art Elocution and Physical Culture A i Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one a specialist In 1 herdepart Jment ICampus large and beautiful Building a massive brick comtortable well furnlshcdftup plied with bath room and electric lights Rates exceedingly low for the excellent advantages and comforts offered I Those Interested pro requested to write for acopy of our beautiful catalogue Address the President B E ATKINS r Dyspeptics e made every day by their own carelessness Curt that case of Constipation and Indigestion before it becomes chronic D J sThILL p 1r TIVER Q and TanfC Pellets the only remedy that assists Nature and dtfes ncit getin her way Strong purgatives gripe and make confirmed invalids Ramons act gently k and leave the system independent of drugs k Sample and BooKlet Free X 6sComplete Treatmentp 4 2S days IS cis 4l5air + rk 40t+ For Sale by Ktncholoe Bros Hurdlnsburg and A R Fisher Joverport a The Best Every Watch clock spectacle or piece of jewelry youii buy of us is the best that the amount l of money you pay for it can buy We also examine eyes and do it as well as any one tiny place you may gor fit you with the best quality glasses for as little money and in a great many cases for less money than any one else Very Respectfully Lewis Sc BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG KY 1 IAlwaysI she asks her grocor for Cadicks Gold Dust Flour which is made from only the choicest of Longborry Red Win Wheat purchased from the farm er direct and milled into a High Patent Fiour by I Ca 1GRANDVIEW1 1 1 0- 4tAifAAil SiAA AAA itAitAitAilil o itilRilARiti1 l14itil t Ai111 ilitilitG1AAilAit RililA R it ilAAit itilititioAAAAAitAi1 +CAi1AAAA AiAAi1R itAQA AitAAAaAiA A ARAAit kAAlitAQilltAililltilAitil iiAitAAaitilAAAARRllti o J J L W B Oelze Music and J we1ryStoree 1 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