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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v l- y I t a r t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I I IIIt ARE READY TO CAN TOMATOES Polk Packing Cos Factory to Start Up ThursdayTo Em ploy 100 Hands TILE FACTORY ABOUT READY i i I Manager F D Whiteneek of the Polk Packing Companys branch fac tory located here stated Monday that all the necessary machinery and appliances for canning tomatoes j hud been installed in the factory and that it was the intention of the man agement to begin operations Thurs day Seventyfive women and girls will be employed to peel tha tomatoes and to do the lighter part of work ti tiwhile twentyfive men and half a doz en boys will perform the heavier part Mr Whi tenet who is from Green wood Ind where the main factory t of the Polk Paukiug Company Is located will havt the management of the local factory during the packing season and Mr A J Ewing also of Greenwood will have charge of the companys books and be their time keeper J M Lewis has finished his contract with the Polk Packing Co as far as the factory is concerned nnd will build the warehouses when they are needed Megerly and Mc Farland have put down a well at the factory striking an excellent flow of water which will be used for general purposesManager Murray of the Murray Roofing Tile Co stated Monday that the companys factory just east of the city would be in operation within the next two weeks if some fixtures for the elevator arrived in i that time as expected The necessary machinery for making clay shingles i has bran installed and the arrival of the elevator fixtures is practically all that delays the starting up of the plant The shipment of the machin ery for making interlocking tiling is promise by the manufacturers within the next thirty days Between thirty and forty men will be employed by the factory at first but probably more as the output increases Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their ac DeWitts1LittleAlbany Ga says During a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue muss or any other pills I ever took and the same time it effected me pleas sently Little Early Risers are certain ly an ideal pillSold by all Druggists The News Temporary Office The Breckenridge News will have a temporary office on the barbecue grounds Thursday The office will be constructed of a wooden frame and walled in with old copies of the News The walls will be somewhat historical inasmuch that the papers will date back about two years From them you may learn the growth oft Cloverport since the disastrous tire of March 13 1001 which swept be fore it 113 houses and caused about 300000 loss to the people of the town Comfortable seats will bo provided for visitors to this temporary office and all are invited to call on ns and bring their friends The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death THUS a mere scratch insig nificant out or puny boil have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bncklens Arnkn Salve ever handy Its the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Onlv 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store School Begins First riondny The Cloverport graded school will begin the first Monday in September with Leonard Oelze principal Mrs Ella Gregory first assistant Edmund Wroe second assistant and Miss Mary Jarboe third assistant The new roof and cupola of the school building have been completed and all other necessary improvements will be finished before the opening week of school G1l TORYdU Bean tho- Slgutnzo of f4 ue r mno Yii daft tilttals Boutl- i z SAVED CHILD FROM DEATH Guy F Moorman Risks His Life For That of Little St Louis Girl A FORMER CLOVERPORT BOY The St Louis Chronicle of Thurs day August 13 contains the following account of n brave deed performed in that city by Patrolnlan Guy F Moormana former Cloverport boy lI fjelpl HelpI The appeal came in a piping baby ish voice that was heard above the din of the street It was 0 p m Wednesday when shop girls and busy men were hurry tug home after the days toil The thoroughfares were crowded Great yellow street cars were whizzing by with an everclanging noise It seemed that there never had been quite such an unexpected jam at Fourth and Locust streets But the cry was heard It struck terror Out of the congestion there dashed a bluegarbed figure to tile place whence the cry had come Something hazy fall before the eyes of the spec tators It was the mist of fear Women and men stood transfixed They expected to her the final agoniz ing scream of death But it was all over in a second two big strong arms of the athletic figure in blue lifted a tipy child from the street high over his head just as the car rolled on around the cor ner curve and the wheels had missed their coveted prey striking the baby s dress as they passed The tot clasped her tiny hands about the big police mans neck cried and murmured Tank oo Mister Policeman Tank 00 Patrolman Guy F Moorniun of the Central District squad had scarcely escaped the wheels himself A man wi th tears running down his sheets was at the officers side in a second My God is she killed he exclaim edHe was shaking like a leaf from fear He was the childs father but so grateful was the little one to the big officer in blue that she still clung to his neck until the sidewalk was reached Then she seemed loth to leave him It was certainly a narrow escape from death for little Clara Fleming The child had become separated from her father in crossing the street at Fourth and Locust An Olive streetcar turned the corner abruptly while other trolleys were shooting by in all directions Clara bewildered stepped directlyin front of it The fender was against her when she screamed Another second and her life would have been crushed out But the big policeman who has stood guard at the dangerous corner for years saw it all He jumped and snatched the child off the track just as the wheels rolled over the place where Clara stoodThe father carried the child away close up in his arms ana the big officer seemed so oblivious to his heroism that he didnt even get the childs address Moorman in one of the youngest men in the Central District but has a record for bravery and fearless ness unequalled by any of his super iors1 St Louis Chronicle Miss Kelly First Assistant Miss Margaret Kelly of Petrie has been elected as first assistant in the Hawesville schools to take the place of Prof John DeJarnette who resign ed the position because of this ap pointment to the county superintend ency Miss Kelly resigned her posi tion at Petrie to accept this one The Hancock county institute will be gin August 31 To Pipe Gas From Meade The Louisville Gas Company in competition with the Kentucky Heating Company has secured nearly all the rights of way for the pipe line it will lay from Meade county to Louisville The company expects to get n good supply of gus in Meade county and in addition expects to secure n supply in Harrison and Crawford counties in Indiana The capacity of the reservoir will be l00d000 cubic feetand will coat 75000 I I1 BELKNAP TO BE PRESENT Republican Nominee For Governor Will Attend Masons Big Barbecue NEW ATTRACTIVE FEATURES Col Morris Belknap of Louisville Republican nominee for Governor has announced his intention of atten ding the Masons big barbecue tomor row While in the city he will be the guest of Capt J H Rowland The Hun D C Moorman candidate for reelection for the Legislature and other candidates intend to ho present- A number of new attractions and attractive features for the big event hitherto not advertised have been arranged for by the Masons Numbered articles of merchandise at 25 cents each will be sola the person getting the lucky number to be given a 100 rubbertire runabout The fine Cannelton brass band will give a continuous concert and a string band will furnish music for those who care to dance The big outdoor din ing room will be optn at 10 i0 in the morning and there will be plenty of room for everybody and plenty to eat And then dont forget the field sports carnival features and vaude ville shows and numerous other attractions If you want any informa tion see U W Moorman Jr on the band stand or the men with the white caps Those are the Masons who want you to have a goal time and will see that you have it There will be low rates on the rail roads and an excursion 50 cents round trip will be run over the branch road from Fordsville Everybody will be coming people will come from everywhere and you want to be one of the five thousand who will comeThe BrecKeuridge News will have an attractive temporary office on the grounds and will give away 3000 copies of a handsome program and souvenir published especially for the Masons Second Annual Barbecue It will pay you to get one and read it The Masons begun Monday put ting the beautiful Skillman Grove in shape for the entertainment of the big crowd expected and by this afternoon will oe prepared to handle five thousand people tomqrrow End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with un abscess on my right lung writ AS J F Hughes of DuPon Ga and gave me up Every body thought my time had come As 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 Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Short Haynes drug store Price COo and 100 Trial bottle freeWill Complete Casey Residence- J W Squires has contracted with J W Casey of Vine Grove to complete the partly built residence on the corner of Main and Second streets belonging to Mr Casey Mr Squires will do the work for 550 and one years rental The bulding will be erected on the foundation of the one that was burned and its construction will be about the same Mr Squires expects to have it com pleted by November 1 when he will occupy it and keep boarders Mr and Mrs Mays Quests Lewisport Icy Aug lrsSpe01al Mr and Mrs Andrew S Elder of Hardinsbnrg and Mr Robert F Elder time popular and accommoda ting clerk of Pete Sheeran Bro I Co and Mrs Elder of Kirk are the guests of Mr and Mrs Sum T May this Week They will also visit the Chautanqua at Owensboro In Honor of Miss Strother Miss Olivia Fallon and Charles Fallon entertained Friday evening in honor of Hiss Gertrude Strother of Louisville Miss Fallons guest Saturday evening Proctor Keith en tertained in honor of Miss Strother END COMES TO OLD CITIZENS Patrick Riley of Near lIardins burg and Jas McGary of McQuady Pass Away INTERMENT AT HARDINSBURG flardiualmrg Ky Aug 18 Spec lalIr PatricK Riley an aged and highly respected and esteemed citizen residing near this place died last Monday His remains were Interred in the Catholic cemetery the fol lowing day tile Rev Father Galw offi elating at the funeral services He leaves a large number of relatives to mourn hij loss Mi James McGary aged seventy five years departed this life at the residence of Floyd Lewis at McQeady last Friday His remains were brought to this place and interred in the Catholic cemetery the following day TheKev Father Uabe conducted the funeral services in the presence of ii large number of friends and neigh bors Two children survive to mourn his loss Embezzlement Cases Continued On motion of Commonwealths attorney Pnwe at Hartford Friday the Boittuer and Schlltzbuui embezzle mun eases were continued until the November term of court which is the third Monday in that month Just one year ago Saturday J H Boomer shipped his packuye said to contain s000 from Owensboro to Fordsville to his own address The agent Slitztmum claimed ne was held up and given knockout drops that night and believed of the pack aget Boatner was arrested at Irving ton as he was preparing to leave for nbfitvilletl5chlltzbau- ui was arrest ed at Horse Branch The men were indicted surd have remaind in the Ohio county jail ever since last sum mer Honors for Chas Wendelken The twentyfourth annual announce ment of the St Louis College of Phy sicians and Surgeons St Louis Mo states that the honors of the fresh man class for the session of 10o 100 wer won by Charles Wendelken of Cloverport Ky To be nt the head of the freshman class in u large school like this is considered a high honor and speaks well for Mr Wen deikens merits as a student his fu ture course and his aptitude for the profession Holds Its First Meeting The new union Sundayschool at Hardins schoolhouse held Its first meeting Sunday The Sundayschool has thirtytwo members and was organized by V G Bubbuge after a sermon by Rev P L King Chas Smith is superintendent and George Harris secretary Sundayschool met at 3 oclock in the afternoon but this time of the afternoon has not detinate ly been decided upon as the regular meeting hour on Sunday Webster Boys Play Good Ball Webster Ky AUK 8Specinl The Webster base ball team went to Cannelton recently and defeated the local team there in an easy score of 10 to 2 Last Saturday the Webster team played the Brandenburg team here defeating the visitors in a score of 0to4 Headquarters at Louisville At the meeting of the Republican State Central Committee in Louts villa lust week it was decided to make that city headquarters for the party during the coming campaign and Judge George DuRelle was chosen Chairman of the Campaign and Advisory Committee 4 Adams Principal Again The local colored school will begin the first Monday in September in the new school building south of the Cloverport Planing Mill on Mur ray Avenue Geo Adams has been elected principal with Miss Arlivia Matthews of Hardinsburg as assist I ant j FOLEYSHOMS TAR i I atoathecoughand healslungs WILL BE IN CORPORATED Cloverport Real Estate and Im provement Co Files Articles This Week MAY LAND BUTTON FACTORY Time Cloverport Real Estate and Im provement Co which was organized several months ago is to be incorpo rated Articles of incorporation will be tiled with the Secretary of the State of Kentucky the middle of this week and the capital stock will he 15000 The perposes of the company are to build buy and sell houses and to offer Inducements to new industries desir ing to locate in this city Marion Weatherholt secretary of the company has received a communi cation from President Farley Price of the Valley Button Company of Newport Ark mil regard to the pearl button factory Cloverport is trying to secure In the communication Mr Price states that he will be in Clov erport sometime during this month for the purpose of going over the work In person mums considering the matter of locating a factory for hid company in this city A big bed of mass 1 shells has been found in the Ohio river nt this i o nt and all the advantages for a button factory are very favorable TIIA Ark ansas company will operate sixtyfour saws and employ seventy men It wants no local capital and has a capital of 10 000 of its own- ADDITIONAL LOCAL Good oold drinkd J Bishop Fresh good candy J Bishop Fresh melons Weisenberg Noble Try one of our lunches Weuenberg Noble Go to Browns for Clarks thread at 4c spool 8 big tablets for lOu until Sept 1 J D Babbage Bring your chickens to Brown and get market price Fred Whitehouse came up from Owensboro Friday Go to Browns for Standard Oil Lamps at 125 each Rev T F Walton returned from Bnrbourvillb Saturday Jarne lounger has returned from Lexington and Midway Walter Oelze spent sevens days at the Chautauqua last week Wallace and Allen Pierce were down from Louisville Sundxy We can serve you a good lunch at H ny hour Wetwenberg Noble Miss diary Wirgman of Louisville was the guest of Mrs E C Brice SundayMiss Currie Tucker has been visiting Mr and Mrs J A Couty at OwensboroDr MM J Edward Cipps Birdsville have moved to Hampton Livingston county Ky Miss Nelle Grigsby of Greenville was the guest of her sister Mrs J A Barry last weeK Mr and Mrs Geo Dean of Chi cago are visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs George Gregory Go to Browns for bold Dust lour wilde by Cadlck Milling Co Price 5Cc The best flour in Cloverport T H Bates of Tar Fork is the first property holder in Breckenridge county to pay his taxes for the year 1108 Mrs Chas Lightfoot will visit her old home at Sargho and attend the Chantnuqua at Owensboro this weekMr and Mrs Geo Patton Mr and Mrs Juo Burn Mrs N Ferry and Mrs A E Adams were in Owensboro Friday Mesdames G W Short and Eugene Baynes and Miss Ruth Haynes spent part of last week at the Chautauqun ut Owensboro Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia returned Saturday front several weeks stay at Old Point Comfort Va Simms Thomas of Haweaville and 0 T Skillumn of Cloverport spent yesterday at Seelbachs Hotel Sundays CourierJournal a ttJ DEATH CAME LAST MONTH News Just Received by the Family- of Jas Whitehouses Death at Ormoc P I WAS REARED IN THIS COUNTY N z The sad intelligence of the death of James W Whitehonse July 11 1108 at Ormoc Island of Leyte Philip pine Islands has just been received by the family Mr Whitehouge en listed in the United States army in October 1001 and on August 10 would have been twentysix years of age For gallant service he was recently given the rank of corporal in Company K18th U S Infan tryMr Whitehouse was born and rearedsin this county mind has u large num ber of friends and relatives Hisrmother and family now reside in this city The following is the letter received by Mrs Rosa W Whitehouse the dead soldier boys umotherHeaa quarters Division of the Philippines Manila P I July 11 1008 Mrs Rosa W Whitehouse Cloverport Ky Mailam The Commanding General directs me to say that he regrets that it is his painted duty to announce to you the death of Private James W Whltehonse Company K18th Infantry who died at 810 ai um tidy 11 1908 of amoebic dysentery in the Post Hospital Ormoc Leytf Full particulars will be sent you by his commanding officer For informa tion relative to the settlement of his accounts please address the Auditor for the War Department Washington D C Very respectfully Will A Hubbard Colonel ana Assistant Adjutant General Life Sentence for Jett and White The jury in the tnal of Curt Jett and Toni White charged with the murder of Thomas B Marcum the attorney of Breath tt county rendered the following verdict at Cynthlana Friday morning at 925 oclock We the jury find the defendants Curt Jett and Thomas White guilty and fix their punishment at confine ment in the penitentiary for life The jury was hung by Jasper King a cousin of Judge Lailnrty attorney for the defense The other eleven jurors were for hangup Jett Seven stood for hanging White A motion for a new trial was made for the defense and Judge Osborne fixed Monday September 7 to hear the argu meats on the motion for a new trial Train Will be Held Over Hardinsburg Ky Aug 18Spa- cialThe Hardinsburg Lyceum will present a great entertainment to the public at the City Hall next Friday evening Germaine is a great magi ciana worthy successor of the worlds famous Hermann The down train on the branch will be held over here in order to give all who desire to at tend a chance to return home the same night Tickets on sale at Kinone loes drug store Hole In the Lungs There are thousands of men and woman as well as ever with holes in their lungs consumption stopped Consumption stopped is consumption cured What does itr Some change in the way of life and Scotts eumlfion of codliver oil With the emulsion give some at tention to circumstances chnnge from a dark dump olose room to a snnny dry airy one fFom city to oountry i from hard to an easy life indoors to outA hole In the lungs once healed is no worse than a tootight waist or waist coatTake tho emulsion and give it a chance to heal the wound Over the County Sam Dix of Roberts Bottom has sold his hay crop of between 80 and 106 tons at 1100 per ton Ken Rhodes of McDaniels is ill of typhoid fever- J R Rhodes J H Glasscook Charlie Downs and J W Storms of lIoDnnlels went to Louisville Monday to sell their tObacco- I I J DeWitt Is the Name When you go to buy Witch Salve look for the name DeWitt aevery box The pure Witch Hazel is used in making Witts When Hazel Salve which is the best salve in Ithel world for cu burns bruises boils eczema a DelVltWitchta cures has caused numerous wort less counterfeits to be placed on them market The genuine bears the nn ChicagoSold THE MECHANICS BAN OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits follows1 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we w I l issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they art worth Jrd St Opposite Court House k B II POINDEXTER Cashier = J L MOORMAN DENTIST011- 1Ce over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed = V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sctI tling estates All collections rca enable Cloverport Kentucky I H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- IIARDINSBURO KY thCourtsote I ties pcolhl attention Riven to colkctin I road eases and criminal practice LicenseothI practice In United States nistrlct Courts Oafceover Hunk A llardlnsbure Correct Dress for Men I Ifwe make your suit this Fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR J INO AND RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H HUNSCHEt With Casper May Co CANNELTON IND BED HI CASPERKEL Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in LifeII Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky If Cloverport Planing Mill In GREGORY CO Prop I t LUMBER DOORS SASH HLI DSCIDOOR AND WINDOW SCREENSsl JISHINGLESJ glLATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC I MEAT MALT a v not I felt THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUe and Strength la Every Drop A tlcomtltuentsPURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January i iva IiGtntlemcnHnlntrcumlntd withluante that It ii an efficient blood tonic II riches the appetite and Inlaontes digedion and Is clpeclally beneficial In nervous Jlfolltatlon and Alldiuaufatttndedwithdebilily Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Loutnrllle College of Pharmacy I fAT A MALT CO LwtUvlH Ky k tH t R I I ++4 ++ GRAUSTARKDe 4By i 1 i tnil= CopireM Jffll by lltrltrt S Stone + ThI XIXIFP went the carriage with a wl1eelsKI of the elements For Foil time the two sat speechless side tathe atrub swirled nnd hissed the witI howled and all the horrors of nature seemrd crowded Into the blackness of that thrilling night Lorry wondered vaguely whither they were going whyI lha hud seen no flushes of lightning if he should ever see her again Ills mind was busy with a thousand thoughts and queries Where are we gulag he risked aft er they hind traveled half n mile or HO To n place of safety came the reply from the darkness beside him Thanks he stud dryly By the way dont you have any lightning 1in this part of the world I havent seen n flash tonight ft Is very rare came the brief re ply Devilish uncommunicative thought Lorry After a moment he askedp How far do we travel tonight A number of mills Then Im going to take off this wet coat It weighs a ton Wont you re move yours lie Jerked off the Wg rain tout nail threw It across to tile opposite seat with the keys and the lantern There was a moments hesi tation on the part of his cotnpaulon and then n swond wet coat followed the first Their rain helmets were also tossed aside Makes a fellow feeli snore comfortable After this there was a longer silent than at any time before The soldier drew himself Into the corner of theJ seat an action which repelled further dlwusslon It seemed to Lorry so he leaned back In the opposite corner nnd allowed his mind to wonder far from the Interior of that black stuffy car riage WIre was he going When was he to leave Graustark Was he to see her soon Soon the carriage left the smoothI streets of Edelweiss and he could tell by the Jolting nnd careening that they were In the country racing over a trough rocky road It reminded him of an overland trip ho had taken In West Virginia some months before with the fairest girl In all the world as his companion Now he was riding In carriage but with n surly untalka e soldier of the guard The more ho allowed his thoughts to revel In the American ride and its delights the Wore uncontrollable because his desire to see time one who had whirled with him in Light Horse Jerrys coach I wish to know how noon I am to see your mlntrens he exclaimed im pulsively sitting up and striking his companions arm by way of emphasis To his surprise the hand was dashed stray soil he distinctly heard the sol gawp I beg your pardon he cried fearing that he hud given pain wMh his eager strength You startled me I was half asleep stammered the other apologetically Whom do you mean by my niJatress Her royal highness of course sold orry Impatiently I cannot 513 when you are to seethe princess said his companion after waiting so long that Lorry felt like kicking him Well see hero my friend do you know why I ngred to leave that place back there I said I wouldnt go away from irauatark until I had seen her you fellows are spiriting me awny kidnaping me us It were1 want to tell you I wont have It that way i 1 must know right now where wo are go stonnlI tell you nothing 1 ehumchlyOrders That Is my affair sir I guess Im about as much Interest In this affair as anybody nnd I In on knowing our destination I mpd Into this thing blindly but Im 1 oing to sue my way out of It before we much further Vhero rue we go ingYouyou will learn that soon nigh insisted the other Am I to see hnr soon Thats what want to know You must not Insist I cried tho sol Her Why are you so anxious to see icr lie asked HCldenly D JIlt bn KO ulamcd Inquisitive cried Jrenfall angrily Impatiently Tell me where wo are going or Ill put bullet Into you Drawing his re r he leaned over grasped the guard by the shoulder and placed the mizzle against his breast For Gods sake be chin You would kill me for obeying orders I am serving one you love Are you mad shall scream If you keep pressing that horrid thing against my side Lorry him tremble and wus at once filled with ooitiuuiKtloH How could he ex Liver Pills Thats what you need some n to cure your bilious gooddigestion pills They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative AiidoSBito Want your mouiUrne or beard ft beautiful browiycr rich black T Then me- BUfflCWGHAMS DYEMVI In to c or DducetiTt Da ft P HALL 1 Co Hunt N H DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysbladderOrgansAlsoache eartDtBeaBe ravel Dropsy Female Troubles CUR B Dont become discouraged There Isi a Fenncrstcases as yours All consultations Free lieI had eeverocnso of kidney disease and muttbyaffected with femalo troubles Dr rentiers bothdDruggists Me tl Ask forCook nook Free f Sure Cure Circular Dr OO MUFenner redon1aN y For yule fly Short d Haynes UCt it loyal ItlIlM HI IIMIUCjr llflLSl iif yatir patuon liiuUnunu lluieni lie cncu janiiiiing the pistol into Ills pocket You ore a brave gentleman and I am a fool Take me where you will Ill go like u bomb Youll admit however that It Is exasperating to be going In the dark like tilt it J3 qvery tgod thingI t that Jt Is dark enld the soldier quickly The darkness Is very kind to us No one can see us nod we eau see no one 1 should say not I havent the faintest Idea what you look like Have I seen you at the castle Yes frequently Will you telli the your name You would not know me by name Are you un otllcer No I urn new to the service Then Ill see that you are promoted your stanchness How old areyoulice youI all1tItwent two Of the nobility My father was of noble birth Then you must bo so too I hope youll forgive my rudeness Im u bit nervous you know I forgive you gladly Devilish rough road this Devilish It is a mountain road Thats where we were too Where who were Oh n young lady and I some time ago I Just happened to think of it It could not have been pleasant You never made u bigger mistake in your life Oh she must have been pretty then You are right this time She is glo rious Pardon me They usually nro in such adventures By Jove youre n clever one Does she live in America 1 Thats none of your affair Oh And then there was silent 1 between them h Inquisitive fool muttered Gren tto himself t For suite tine they bumped along over the rough youth Jostling against l each other frequently both enduring sinkally and silently Suddenly Lorry remembered the lantern It was still 1 lit with the slide cloned when ho threw it on the scut Perhaps U still burned and could relieve the oppressive dark iiexs If hut for a short time He might at least satisfy his curiosity nut1 1 look upon the fact of his companion ILeaning forward lie fumbled among tho traps on the opposite sent I think Ill see if the lantern IIs Ilighted Lots have It n little more cheerful III berg ho said There was it sharp exclamation and two vigorous hands grasped him by the shoulder Jerking him hack unceremoniously No no You will ruin all There must bo no light cried the soldier his voice high and shrill But we are out of the city I know I I know Hut I will not permit you to hiivo a light Against orders Wo hero not passed the out posts expostulated tho other nervous ly Whats the matter with your voice demanded Lorry struck by the change it in it My voice asked time other the tones natural again Its changing Didnt It embarrass you when your voice broke like lint went on the questioner breathlessly Lorry was now leaning hack In the sent ioite a little mystified I dont believe mine ever broly like that he said speculative1 There I was no response timid he sat silent for some time regretting more and more that It was BO dnrkllGradually he became conscious qt n strange unaccountable presence in that dart cab lie could feel a change coming over him lIe could not tell why but ho was sure that some one let else was beside him some one who was Snot the soldier Something soft and for delicate3 nod sweet came into existence permeating the darkness with Its ur deniable presence A queer power seemed drawing him toward the other end of the seat The most delightful sensations tool possession of him Ills heart lluttered oddly His heath began to reel under the spell Who are you he cried 4n a sort of ecstasy There was lie answer He remembered his match sate and with trembling roger lingers drew It from I the pocket of the coat he was wearing The next Instant he was scratching a match but nN it mired the body of his u companion was hurled against his and ruthless mouth blew out the feeble me blaze so Oh why do you pCl1I1t7 was cried in his cars tny I am determined to see your face he answered sharply nail with n low cry of dismay the other occupant of tI- the carriage fell bade in the corner The next match drove away the dark y ness nnd the rriyHterj With blinking eyes he saw the timid soldier huddling the corner one arm covering his face the other hand vainly striving to ed mil the sVirt of n tnlllforv Mtt ouor ihe n parr or rca trouser legs ueiow tile arm that hid the eyes and nose he saw parted lips and n beardless dainty chin above long dark tresses strayed in condemning confusion The breast beneath the blue coat heaved convul sivelyThe match dropped from his lingers and as darkness fell again it hid the soldier In the strong arms of the fug gnlllllngEbrace The head dropped upon bll shoulder his hot lips caressing the burning face and pouring wild Inca herent words into the little ears I You You he cried mad with Joy rOh I this is lieuven Itself My brave darling Mine forever mine forever You shall never leave me now Drive owl Drive onl he shouted to the men outside drunk with happiness Well make this Journey endless I know you love me nowl know it Oh I shall die with Joy I A hand stole gently into his hand and her lips found his in n long pas sionutc kiss I do not want you to know Ach I am so sorry Why why did I come to night I was so strong so firm I thought but see how weak I sail You dominate me you own me body nnd soul In spite of everything against my will I love you I love you I love you T have won against the princes antI the potentates I was losing hope my queen losing hope You were so far away so unattainable I would brave a thousand deaths rather than lose The next mulch drove away the dark ness and the mystery this single minute of my life It makes me the richest man in all the world How brave you ore This night you have given up everything for my sake You are fleeing with me away from nil that luis been dear to you No uo you must not bo deluded It Is only for tonight only till you are safe from pursuit I shall go back You must not hope for more than this hour of weakness sweet as It is to me she cried You are going bade and not with uio ho cried his heart chilling You know I cannot That Is why I hoped you would never know how much I care for you Alas you have fOlll1l1mo out My love was mule rash by fear You could never have es caped the vengeance of Axphaln 1 could not have shielded you This was the only course and I dared not hesi tate I should have tiled with terror had you gone to trial knowing what 1 knew You will not think me unwom anly for coming with you as I nm It was necessary really it was No one else could have But he smothered the wail in kisses- LnwanmtnlyIheexelninled It was by divine inspiration But you will como with me away train Graustark nwuy from every out Say that you willI cnnnot bear to hear you plead and breaks my heart to go back there But 1 cnnnot leave Graustark I cannot It would be heaven to go with you to the end of the world but I have others besides myself to consider You nro my god my Idol I can worship you from my unhappy throne from my myheartI not desert Graustark not even for yon He was silent impressed by her no bility her loyalty Although the Joy from his craving heart he sow tit Justice of her self sacrifice I would give my soul to see your face ton Yetive Your soul sin your eyes I can feel it Why did you not mo stay In prison meet death und lId all It would knee been better both of us I cannot live without you We can live for each other die for each other apart Distance will not lessen my lute You know that It ex ists 1 It has been betrayed to you Cnn you not be satisfied Just n little bitIwith that knowledge she pleaded But I want you In reality not In my dreams my Imagination Ach we must not talk like this There Is no alternative You are to go am to stay The future is before us God knows what It may bring to us Perhxps It may be good enough to glues happiness who knows Do not plead with me I cannot endure it Let be strong again You will not be cruel as to battle against me now that I am weak It would only mean destruction You do not seek that Ills soul his honor the greatest rev treat he had ever known were In the that touched her brow- I shall love you as you command sappyWithout she sob bedMy poor little soldier he whisper lovingly as her body writhed under storm at tones M rar t d J nRYI I AegetablePreparalionfarAssiillilating jj1 J ling theStoiMchs andBowels of I Promotes DigeslionCheerfi ness and RestContains neither OpiumMorphute norMuleral Nor NAR C OTIC m AOUiSAKlJElPICERfnmnf JBlulJ Apeecl Remedy forConstipa nonSourStotnachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish jii ness And Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORKiII 1i 1iEXACT1i WRAPPERIII 11 wishI wore n soioierr sne wailed lie comforted her as best he could and soon she was quiet oh so very quiet Her head was on his shoul der her hands In his I last How flU do we drive he asked at To the monastery We are nearly there she answered in tones tar away The monastery Why do we go there he cried Tou are to stay there What do you mean I thought 1I vas to leave Graustark You tire to leave later on UntilI the excitement is over the abbey is to be your hiding place I have arrangedII everything timid it Is time only safe place on earth for you at this time No one will think of looking for youi up there I would to God I could stay there forever living above you he saidI drearilyYour window looks down upon the castle urine looks up to yours Tile lights that burn In those two windows will send out beams of love and life for one of us at least For both of us my sweetheart ho corrected fondly You say I will bei safe there Can you trust those mot who are aiding you With my life Qutnnox carried n message to the abbot yesterday and he grants you a temporary home there secure and as secret as the tomb Ho promises me this and he Is my best friend Nov let me tell you why I cm with you masquerading so shame fully Adorably he protested- It Is because the abbot insisted that I bring you to him personally He will not receive you except from my hands There was nothing else for mina to do then was there Lorry I was com pelled to come and I could not come as the princess as a woman Discovery would have meant degradation front which I could not have hoped to recover Time military garments were my wIly safeguard rAnd Tiow Manypeople know of your deeptionV TLree besides yourself Dagmar Quinnox and Captain Dangloss Tin nbbt will know later on and I shiver as I think of It The driver and the man who went to your cell Ogbot know of the escape but do not know 1 am here Allode you remember him Is our driver Allode lies the fellow who saw me cr who was In the throneroom He is the man who saw nothing sir- I remember his obedience he said lauglilng in spite of his unhapplness Am I to have no freedom up here no liberty at am You are to act as the abbot or the prior Instructs and I must not forget Quinnox will visit you occasionally lIe will conduct you from the monas tery and to the border line at the proper time Alas he will be my murderer I fear Yctlve you do not believe I killed Lorenz I know that most of them do but I swear to you I am no more the perpetrator of that cowardly crime than you God bears testimony to my innocence I want to hear you say that you do not believe I killed himI feared so at firstno do not be angry I feared you had killed him for my sake but now I am sure that you are innocent The carriage stopped too soon and Qufnuox opened the dqor It was still as dark as pitch baddisagreeabletensed except for misty drizzle cold and penetratlng We have reached the stopping place he said And we ore to walk from here to the pate said the princess resuming 10 iionreo innnv tones Willie fief I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the 1 Signature of In- USB For Over Thirty Yearsi GASTORIATHC I I were busy sunning tneir raincoats sue whispered In Lorrys ear I beg of you do not let him know that you have discovered who I am lie promised and lightly snatched n kiss an act of indiscretion that almost brought fatal results Forgetful of tho darkness she gave vent to a little pro testing shriek fearing that the eyes of the captain had witnessed the pretty nansgresslon Lorry laughed as ho sprang to the road and turned to assist her in alighting She promptly mad thoughtfully averted the danger his gallantry presented by Ignoring tho- I outstretched hands discernible as slen der shadows protruding from nn ob Ject a shade darker than the night soil 1 leaped boldly to the ground With Lorry In the center the trio walked oft rapidly In the darkness the fugitive with the sense of fear that be J longs only to a blind man A llttlo light far ahead told the position of tho pitewd for this they bent their steps Reaching the gate the captain pounded vigorously and a sleepy monk soon veered from the little window through which shone the light On Important business with the ab hot from her royal highness the Prin cess Votive said Quinnox In response to a sharp query spoken In the Grau stark tongue A little gate beside the big one opened und the monk lantern m hand bade them enter Await mo here captain command ed the slim straight soldier with face turned from the light A moment later the pate closed and Lorry was behind time walls of St Valentines a prisoner again The monk preceded them rcross the dark court toward the great black muss his lantern creating ghastly shadows against the broken mist Ills followers dropped some little distance behind time tall ones arm stealing about the others waist his head bend- Ing to a level with hers his It to be goodby dearest he ask ed Goodby forever + I cannot say that It would be like wishing you dead Yet there Is no hope No no We will not say goodby for ever she said despairingly Wont you bid me hope 1 Impossible You will stay here un til Quinnox cornea to take you away Then you must not stop until you are lu your own land We may meet again J Yes by my soul we shall meet again Ill do asyou bid and all that but Ill come butte when I can stay away no longer Go to your castle and look forward to the day that will find me ut your feet again It Is bound to romo They parsed Inside the maRc doors and halted You must remain here until I have seen the prior she said laughing nervously and glancing down nt the boots which showed beneath the long coat Then she hastily followed the murk disappearing down the cor ridor In ten minutesten hours to Lorryslie returned with her guide lIe will take you to your room sin said breathlessly displaying un mistakable signs of embarrassment alwayslienmember The monks back was turned eo the new recluse snatched the slight figure to his heart- Some day he whispered She would not speak but he held her until she nodded her head CHArTF i XX TUB ArrnoAciiiNo ORDEAL it American has escapeiU THEAS the cry that spread h Edelweiss time next morning It brought l nplsguisedrelllt tp thetfaces of thousands There teas not oar who upbraided Baron Daogloss for hj astounding negligence Never hut lhart n criminal nseaoed from the iom CONTINUED ON PAGE gJJ f r ypr- ii l fH+ tr iFiliE1 liT13ITf MissiononEartht lit a I t T MediaWordI I e Selfe 2lie lie jt Enirtvluiri Llbrarj dintiPre rrntluua oulj ft wllli bj lie lie a mall seamed In plln IIPlieMAYYoung 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door was locked but from within mini1 groans nnd cries Alarmed nt once the cnpttiln procured duplicate keys and entered the cell There IIP found tine helpless blood cov tied Ogbot bound hand nnd foot nUll almost lend from loss of blood Tin clothes of the American were on tin floor while his own were missing gon with the prisoner Ogbot ns soon as he was able related1 his experience of the night before It was while ranking his rounds at mid night that he heard moans from tin cell Animated by n feeling of pity hI opened the slab door anti asked If lie were 111 The wretched American waR lying on the bed apparently suffering He said something which the guard could not understand but which IK took to be a plea for assistance Not suspecting n trick the kindly guart unlocked the second door and stepped to the bedside only to have the sick man rise suddenlyI and dealI him n I treacherous blow over the head with the heavy stool he had secreted behind him Ogbot knew nothing of what fol lowed so elective was the blow When he regained consciousness lie was ly- Ing on the bed just as the captain hind found him The poor fellow over whelmed by the enormity of his mis take begged Dangloss to shoot him at once But Dangloss had him conveyed to the hospital ward and tenderly caret forThree guards In one of the offices saw n man whom they supposed to be Ogbot plus from the prison shortly aft 12 and the mortified chief admitted Ilr sonic one had gone through lily private apartment As the prisoner had taken OgbotV keys he experi enced little dltliciilty In getting outside the gates Hut wowed Dangloss storm- Ily he HliouA be recaptured If It re lulled the efforts of nil the policemen In Kdelwelss The chagrin of the grim old captain who hind never lost a prls oner was pitiful to behold The forenoon was half over before Harry Anguish heard of his friends escape To say that he was paralyzed would be putting It much too mildly There Is no language that can ado quately describe his sensations Forgetting his bodyguard he tore down the street toward the prison wild with anxiety and doubt He met Huron Dan gloss tired and worn near the gate but the old orllcer could tell him noth ing except what he had learnedI from Ogbot Of one thing there could be no doubt Lorry was gone Not knowing where to turn or what to do Anguish raced off to the castle his bodyguard hawing located him In the meantime He was more In need of their protec tlon tthan ewer At the castle gates he encountered n party of raving Axplmlnlans crazed with anger over the flight of the 1111111 whose life they timid thirsted for so ravenously Had he been unprotected AngulAcwould have fared badly nt their hands for they were outspoken lu their assertions that he hind aided Lorry In the escape One fiery little follow cast a glove In the Americans face and expected a challenge An guish snapped his fingers and sarcas tically Invited time Insulter to tweet him next winter In a battle with snowballs blasphemedInAnguish and his men passed Inside the gates which had been barred to tho others and struck out rapidly for the castle doors The Princess Yetlve was sleeping soundly peacefully with a smile on her lips when her prime minister sent un excited attendant to inform her of the prisoners escape She sat up In bed and with her hands clasped about her knees sleepily announced that she would receive him after her coffee was served Then she 8uuinioned hcr maids Her uncle and mint the Countess Dngninr whose merry brown eyes were so full of pretended dismay that the princeiis could scarcely restrain a smile and Gaspon the minister of finance were awaiting her appearance Rim Ujunl flit counts torv of the ell cape murveicu in iufc iirtsoiiers au dacity and firmly announced that ev erything possible should be done to ap prehend him With n perplexed frown on her brow and a dubious twist to her lips she sultl I Suppose I must offer a reward Certainly exclaimed her uncle About CO gnvvos undo FiftyI cried the two men aghast Isnt tllltt enough For tho murderer of n prince de manded GiiHpon It would be absurd your highness lIe Is n most Important person Quite so lIe Is n most Important person I think Ill otter COOOtgavvos More like it He Is worth that at least agreed Uncle Caspar lleyoud a doubt sanctioned Gas ponI nm glad you do not consider me extravagant she said demurely You may have the placards printed at once shin wont oniuudresalng the jrcasurqr Say that o reward of SOOOgnvvps ellvepueGrenfall lorry tome i unuldir nnYAlu Iwtfnrstn NnJ 111 livers urcnfall Lorry to the tower submitted Gaspon You tullY say to the underslgncc anti sign my name she said reflectively Very well your highness They skull be struck off this morning- In largo type Gaspon You must catch hint It you can she added lIe It a very dangerous miin noel royalty needs protection With this wise bit of caution she dismissed the SUbject and began to talk of the storm As time two young plotters wero huts toning up tho stairs later on nn nt tondimt approached and Informed tIme princess that Mr Anguish requested an audience Conduct him to my boudoir she said her eyes sparkling with triumph In the eocliMlon of time boudoir she nil the countess laughed like children over the reward that had beon so solemn ordered Flto thousand gnvvos cried Dij mar leaning hack In her clinic to civ plmslzc the delight she felt What n JokeTap tap came a knock on the door amid In the game instant It Hew open for Mr Anguish was In a hurry A8 ho plunged Into their presence a pair of heels thud the floor spasmodically fOh I log pardon he gasped as I if about to fly May I come Int Not unless you go outside You are already In It serums said time prlii cess advancing to meet him Time countess was very still and sedate I am fso glad you have comma Heard about lorry The fool IIii out timid gone he cried unable to re strain himself Without n word she dragged him to the divan nod lie tween them he soon had the wholi story poured Into his ears the princess on one side the countess on the other You are n wonder he exclalmei when all the facts were known to him lIe executed n llltle dance of approval entirely out of place In the boudoir ot a princess but very much In touch with prevailing sentiment But whnti to become of me he asked utter cool- Ing down I have no excuse for re malnlng In Graustark and I dont like to leave him here either Oh I have mantle plans for you said she You are to bo held ns hos tagc What I thought of your predicament last night and hero Is the solution This very day I shall Issue an order forbid ding you the right to leave 1Kdelwelss You will not be In prison but your ev ory movement Is to be watched A strong guard will here you under surveillance anti any attempt to escape or to communicate with your friend will rcsiilt In your confinement and his do tectlon In this way you may stay here until the time comes to fly Time Axplmlu people must be satisfied you know Your freedom will not be disturbed You nay come and go as you like but you mire ostensibly n prisoner By detaining you forcibly we gain n point for you are n eded here There Is no other way In which you can ex plain a continued presence In Grau stark Is not my plan a good one It Is beyond comparison he said rising amid bowing low So shrewd Is this plan that you make me a hostage forever II shall riot escape its memor if I live to bo a thousand At parting she said seriously- A grout dealI depends on your ells cretion Mr Anguish My guards will watch your every action for they are not In the secret excepting Qulnnox nUll any nttempt on your part to com municate with Grcnfall Lorry will be fatalTrust me your highness I have had nut h Instruction In wisdom to lay II hope we shall see you often she saidDnllyas a hostage he replied glancing toward time countess That means until the other man if captured said the young lady saucly As he left time castle he gazed at tIll disbud building In the sky mold wn lered how It had ever been approached in a carriage Sloe lurch not told him that Allele burr for miles over wlnl Irg roads that led to the monastery up a gentler slopo from the rear The next afternoon Edelweiss thrilled with n new excitement Prince Bola ror of AxpUaln mad with grief and rage cline thundering Into the cIty with his court ut his heels Ills wrath hind been Increased until It resembled ia tornado when he road the reward placard In the uplands Not until then dill he know that the murderer had es coped and that vengeance might be de nled him After viewing the body of Lorenz liE It lay In the sarcophagus of the royal palace where It hunt been borne at the command of the Prlijccss Yetlve he de mantled audience with his sons be trothed and It was with four that she prepared for the trying ordeal an lu torvlcw with the grief crazed old man The castle was In a furore Its ball soon thronged with diplomatists and there was an ugly sense of trouble li the air suggestive of time exploslo- which follows time igniting of a powder r magazineThe pale faced princess met thE burly old ruler In the grand council chamber Ho and lie nobles had beerc kept waiting but a short time Within a very few minutes after they had beer conducted to the chamber by Count Ilalfont and other dignitaries the fail ruler canto into the room and advance between time bowing lines of courtlon to the spot where sat tho man who hen d Graustark lu his grasp Boluroz arose as she drew near him gaunt face black and unfriendly Shi extended her hand graciously and hi a prince for all his wrath touched hi trembling lips to Its white smuoti backI come In grief alai sadness to you court most glorious Yotlvc My bu don of sorrow Is greater Ulan Imil bear he snM honnrlyV- VonM Hiir I tymhiltlve VOJ WJ lJ s IInIO1 fllo fI I tIoOreserved1 1 frv lp too i i Mtlvr Ings rtes If rs mo tit 1- n1otter notliiiiM more than ly she ntlt1 Hn In hs l ivViilVili r s dl tit he hail lL art o the uuiriliivr t sirpp timid auk I vieffort VIM L lux monde to iviptmi- blin Ytiv t lrlntlI1 nil that bad hap peevlesprr + iif I Iiimlli itlen rvlr t flIt that hi OIIIr5 had bent nlIl1 to fuvniipllsli rahj tiling nddix that she did not believe the fugltrv lorN get nwny from Grnustark softly with out her knowledge The old priii was working himself back Into tit vo lent rage that had been temporal subdued andI at last broke tilt li i vltrlotls dentinelatin of the omit s new that had allowed the man to is cape lie first iiiHlsted that imm o and his Incompetent usistnuta lII thrown Into prlon for life or exelntrl for criminal negligence then he de nmndpd the life of Harry Anguish n nn eider and abettor In time flight of the murderer In both eases the prin cess firmly refused to take time action demanded Then she acquainted 1 bin with her Intention to detain Anguish as hostage and to have his every ac thou watched In the hope that n clew to the whereabouts of time fugitive mightr be discovered providing of lOUtS that the friend knew anything at nil about the matter The Duke of Mix rox and others loudly joined In the cry for Anguishs arrest but she bravely lick out against them and In the end curtly Informed them that the Amor ran whom she believed to be Innocent of nIl complicity In the seapo should bo subjected to no Indignity other than detention In the city under guard as she had ordered I Insist that this man be cast Into prison at onre snarled the white lip pcd Bolaroz You are not nt liberty to commniul In Jniustark Prince Itolnroz she said slowly and distinctly 111m ruler here ISolnroz pisped and was speechless for some seconds You shall not be ruler long madam he said malevolently significantly Hut I am ruler now and as such I ask your highness to withdraw from my castle I did not know that I was to submit to these threats and Insult or I should not have been kind enough to grant you nn audience prince though you are When I came to this room It wits to give you my deepest sympathy nnd to receive yours not to be Insulted You have lost n son I my betrothed It 111 boiomea you Prince Bohiroz to vent your vindictiveness upon me My much are dilng all In their power to capture time man who has so unfortunately escappd from our clutches and I shall not allow you or any one else to dictate the manner In which we are toI proceed She uttered these words cuttingly and at their conclusion arose to leave the room Bolaroz hoard her through In surprise amid with conflicting emotions There was no mistaking her Indignation so ho deemed It volley to bottle his wrath overlook the most offensive rebuke his vanity haul ever received nnd submit to what was evidently n Just decision Stay your hlghm ss I subunit ttiI your proposition regarding the other Htrnngnr although II doubt Its wisdom There Is hilt Out III whom I am really interestedlime one who killed my son There Is to be no cessation In the effort to find him I nm to understand I now hove u proposition With mo ore 100 of my bravest soldiers I offer them to you In order that you may bet ter prosecute tho search They will re main here and you nay use them In nny WilY you see lit The Duke of Mix irox will linger In Edelweiss and with him your amid yours may always confer Ho also Is at your command This man must be retaken I swear by mill that Is above and below me he shall be found If I hunt the world over to ac complish that end He shall not es tape my vengeance And hark you to this On till liOth of next month I shall demand payment of the debt duo Axphaln So deeply IIs my heart set on1 the death of this Jren fall Lorry that I agree now before rill those friends of ours that If he be cap tured nnd executed In my presence be fore tilt 20th of November Graustark shall be granted the extension of time that would have obtained In tho event of your espousal with time man he kill ed You hear this offer all It Is bound by my sacred word of honor Ills death before the 20th gives Grau stark ten years of grace If he Is still at large I shall claim my own This offer I believe most gracious Yotlvo will greatly encourage your people In the effort to capture the man we seek The princess heard time remarkable proposition with face deathly pale heart scarcely beating Again was the Outy to Graustark thrust cruelly upon her She could save the one only by sacrificing the other We will do all In our power toto prove ourselves grateful for your mag nanimous offer she said As she passed from the room followed by her un ofpexcitement on till sides the unrestrain ed expressions of amazement and re tier from her own subjects the patronizing comments of the visitors all loll IIIIIIJ to sound her door Which way was sire to turn In order to escape from herself Wo must catch this man Yotlvo said Hnlfont on the stairway There Is no alternative Except our Inability to do so she murmured In that moment she deter mined that Uronfall Lorry should net eer bo taken If she could prevent It He was Innocent nod It was Graustarks Donnltv to pay TO BE CONTINUED Laxative BromoRuinine Cares aCold in II donevery 25 IASK FOR FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy rejjuUte the bowelsal1 ftomich stops I crying cures summer compl lint Mayor Yewell of Owerr Wo Kr saes Our baby was wavtinu away iwhile teething HU boil seemed beyond control Three physicians iIIi gave him up Ovrtns Pink Mixture I = enoughIt H I INODeI n FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS lor Indigestion 50 tablets ISOc Sample and book tree Onld toy alt Flrnirirlsts u n u Dalton Marble Works r MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED AIIWWt oNN fr- p THE TWO STATES BANK I ISCOIlPORATEDII iiSTEPHENSPORT KY 1KB C ADAIR President DR J II L1CU Vicepresident I JOHN S ADAIR Cashier IIDItHCTOHS WM B IIARDIN J R A SHUILMAN R D HAMILTON L P MIL mR J S CAREY THE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS u Your tunds art absolutely safe in our bank as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Scrtw Door Safe the only III Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in the county We solicit your business whether large or stimuli You can do your banking with us by mail i JOHN S ADAIR Cashier etax- waIFirst 1 i I State Bank II IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHX R WIMP Vicepresident- II H KKMPHR Cashier i of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIAcconnts DepositsI AeBank of Hardinsburg OFFICERS- B F BEARD President M Ii BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS MORRIS ESKRIDGE G W BEARD LAFAYETTE GREEN C VIC ROBERTSON DR A M KINLHELOE B V BEARD Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits J The Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS- R S HUGHES Pres LAWSO RENO VPresJG THERR Sec Tress A J BRODIE J S H KIGEL F T GUNTHER W H PURGUSON 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 instanco in the United States where a Trust Estate CompanyWe Trust Company Business und tho Business is in the hands of experienced officers and are fully equipped in every way having the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults and 1 loc s in the city The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized ln1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals 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 IMPROVEMENTSI Interest peld on time deposits I u 3v r V r r v rv V w w r 11- l 1M l BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q BABBAQE Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 126 if paid at the end of year GAUDS OKTIIANKSover live lines charged or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot 5 cants per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1908 EIGHT PAGES The special tram from Foidiville c to Cloverport for the Masonic barbecue Thursday will be conducted by Mr J J Tilford of Fordsville who will 1 1Beethat the best of order is preserved 1 1and will provide every comfort and convenience possible for the passengers f + The News on behalf of the Masons and the good people of this citycord y rally invites all its friends and readers to come to Cloverport tomorrow and take part in the big barbecue The hospitality of the city is open to all and a hearty welcome awaits you Neither pains nor money lias been spared to make you enjoy this great day and we sincerely wish you to be one of us We want you to come r with the expectation of enjoying your sell and when yon return t1 your homey we want yon to feel that yon would be glad to come again next year Ill1r little city was destroyed by fire a little over two years Ago but by your good help it has been rebuilt We want to umKe yonr AO qnHtutance tomurrow to show you how we hive grown in thow two years and to thank you by a hearty welcome and the hand of good fellowship for yonr aid in contributing to this growth Sells Herd of Jersey Cows Dr P W Fcote of Irvington sold Monday to 1 C Bnmaide of Liberty Ind his herd of flue Terser cow Consideration fl o cash Crepe payer J U Babbage FOLEYSHONEYHDffi Cures Colds I Prevents Pneumon- iaIRVINGTON CntyliN Claycomb spent Sunday at horn Miss Ellen Wathen was a recent visitor1 here MnR H itcQtothlaa Is expected hove next week Miss Halite Mercer is with DoUr Claycoinb for a visit Miss Mary Cornwall purchased the Tom Lyddan property in Woodland Hon Oeorg Jolly of Owensboro was here Sunday visiting relatives Jam os Fronn Biggs olerk of Hotel Henderson is here taking a vacation Dont forget the date of the Grand Masonic Picnic at this place August 28 Henry Waggoner of St Paul is here to visit his uncle Mr Watling tonDr Clark and wife are loosing at residences with n view of locating here Mrs R il Jolly ami children are in Mt Vernon Ill to see her mother Mrs Williams Mammoth Cadre trip Ang 27 Cost frost Irringtcn and return only X12 alltoldRev Gravea Rev Lewis and Miss Eva Herndon have returned from Owonsboro Mrs Watlington and children of Stepnensport were guests of Mrs Redman Just week Mr Key with the Kentucky Nation al Bank of Louisville was here Sun day to see some of our pretty girls Mr and Mrs M D Holt Mr E Holt Abb Holt and sister Mise Nora will be with the bpradlin family for the next ten days All out for the Masonic barbecue at Cloverport Thursday August 20 Railroad fare only 10 cents Tickets sold at T N McGlothians Mr C C Smith A B Coleman and wife and Miss Ermine Munford left Tuesday morning for Lexington to atttend the State Sundayschool Con ventionThat hustling Dutchman on the cor ner is one of the livelust business men in the town Tho addition to his business house and dwelling is going up rapidly and will De a first class grocery store when completed Jive him half a chance and he will carry any line in the market What Did He Meant Have you ever been married asked the magistrate No replied the prisoner at the bar yUynllwJtePhUlldeJphlll t eM1 HARDINSBURG Next Monday is County Court day Drr A Walter is on the sick list Miss Tida Mercer is in Clahoun visiting relatives Judge N McC Mercer spent last Sunday at Irvington Dr T H Hook of MoDaniels was in the city Saturday Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard are in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs U W Beard were visiting at Kirk Sunday Miss Ada Jolly was the guest of Miss Alice Baker last weeK Miss Sallie Withers of Kirk is vis iting Miss Judith DeJernette Henry DeH Moorman is in Owens boro attending the Chautamina Jesse Payne spent last Sunday at Leitchfield the guest of friends Miss Bettie Hook has accepted a posi tion with hei brother T J HOOK County Superintendent Joel H Pile was out last week visiting schools Miss Minnie Murray Ie visiting Mr and Mrs George Wolf in Louis ville Marion J Thomas is spending this week near Derby Ind the guest of relativesPercy M Beard and family return ed home the first of the week from CincinnatiChintz has gone to Lexing ton to attend the State Sundayschool Convention William Withers of KIrk was the guest of Mr and Mrs Thos H With ers Sunday Charles Edwards spent several days of last week at Owensboro attending the Cbfmtauqna Mrs Hillary Mattingly has return ed home from a visit to relatives at New Albany Ind Judge Milton Board is able to be at his office again after an illness of several days duration Mr and Mrs J E Wright of Louis vibe are the guest of her rather Judge N McC Mercer Miss Benlah Hook was the uu of friends at Chenanlt last week returning home Staturday- Ed G Beard of Louisville is spending this week with his parents Mr and Mrs Win Beard The Rev W F Hoard lined His regular appointment at the M E Church South last Sunday- S A PAte sold two mules to Frank Shslhnan last week for 850 TinsI is the top price for mule here A large number of Hardinslmm people will attend the Masonic barb one at Cloverport next Thursday Mr and Mrs W F Pane represent ting the P M Colier Publishing Co were at the Ah Hotel last wee Hillary Mattingly has gone to bt Lonle where he has accepted a Ijli1 tion with Simmons Hardware Co Mr and Mrs D Bnysingerof Paynes VI lie Meade county are visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity S D McGill has purchased of Ben Hook his resuldence on Main street now occupied by Mr and Mrs Thos BlytheMisses Margaret and Roberta Brodie returned home lust week from Che nault where they were visiting rela tivesMrs Scott Peyton ot Louisville and Miss Fannie Kronsh of Rome Ind are the guests of Miss Nettle HOOK Mr Anlllrs Wm G Haswell- spent last Sunday ht Stephenoport the guests of Mr and Mrs G W Md Jnbbins Mrs Bnrrel Beard and daughters Misses Marie and Hettle of Owens taro are visiting Mr and Mrs Tay lor Beard Danny Meagher and daughter Mary and nephew Andrew of Lou isville attended the funeral of Pat rick Riley Mr and Mrs Connoway of Har din county who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Chintz Royalty return ed home last week The Rev Caleb Hodge of McLeans boro Ill who has been here with his family left Monday for Oklahoma to visit relatives Mr and Mrs Amon M Kincheloe returned home from Webster the first of this week where they hail been visiting Mr and Mrs t B Henderson Wm L Popham of Louisville was here last week endeavoring to inter est people in the fraternal insurance order of the Highland Nobles He is the state manager for Kentucky Mrs Roberta Weatherford Mrs Florence Pile Miss Irene Moorman Miss Nannie Board Miss Lena Denton and Messrs P R Payne I B Payne and Robt Weatherford are enjoying camp life at Sulphur Springs near Harned Prof Milton Coke was in the city last Saturday He is now the principal of a large school at Robards Henderson county He will spend a few days visiting relatives and friends in the county before returning to that point PREACHED IN TWO CHURCHES Rev W B Rutledge Conducts Meeting In New OO hen Church Also Local Church Rev W B Rutledge of Asheville N C former pastor of the Baptist church of this city preached in toe new Goshen Baptist church at Glen deane Sunday morning Tile services were interesting and successful both spiritually and materially Rev Rntledge delivered a good talk and a consider b e sum of money was rais ed fot the benefit of the cnurcb in which the new pews have just placedSunday evening Rev Rntledge beenII livered a touching sermon to a large I congregation of Baptists Methodists and Prsbyterinns in the Baptist church of this city At the close he deliver ed a message of love from his belov Lv FARE C80 am 50 Mitchell C88 50 Oaks 689 50 646 50 Ruth 649 50 654 tW of Rough 712 5d 729 50 729 50 738 50 Kirk 745 50 800 50 ed wife who passed away August 6 at Aehvllle to her old friends in CloverportRev dame here from Tay lorsvllle Ky where Mrs Rutledge was burled He will be in the city several days and would be glad to see all the friends he made while he had this pastorate several years ago The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever is a wrtie of Groves T ite lei i Chill Tonic It IH slmplv Iron und Qui PBYlrlceWtSuccessful Protracted Meeting For the past two weeks Rev W R Oldham assisted by Rev R T Brnner has been a protracted at Mt Pisgah Baptist church several miles back of this city Much interest is being mani tested in the and the earnest efforts of Rev Oldhnm and Rev Bru ner resulted tae first week in eight additions to the church IOF MILLING CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR The machinery used to it the high class Lon borry Hcd t Wheat all their share in making ADKKS GOLD nesT FLOUR unquestionably pure Your rocers ellit Milled by CdickaMilling CoGRANDVIEW IN- DSpecial FordsvilleTO Cioverportand GREAT MASONS BARBECUETHURSDAY 50c FOR THE ROUND TRIP 50c Fordsville Askins Rockvalc Falls Dempstor Glcndeane Jolly Hardinsburg holding meeting meeting produce contribute Lv FARE Harned 810 50 Gartield 819 50 Basin Springs 831 50 lrvington 845 50 Webster 852 50 Lodiburg 900 50 Pierce 907 50 Sample 911 35 Stephensport 918 25 Addison 922 25 Holt 925 20 Arrivo Cloverport 937 Returning Train to Leave Cloverport at 515 p m Plenty to eat All kinds of amusements Brass and string music- COMMITTEE CHAS B StflLLM AN C W MOORMAN- W H BOWMER i JNO D BABBAGE Manager i L lJiIo rL k W dAoAF WWr FORSALE to city anti exclusively to profess determined to removehaving splendidlythis equipped farm and thelonal work I now offer lit private contract iO nllrnniitflt now Used ou and to oderate divided by IInrdln burl andsalt RIver road und with 327 acres lying Irvlnlfton railway station acres to crops and Ilasture I ordriveIn thirty minutes ears tordairylng and therefore In good state ot t 1sed tennnd M acres In timber stocked follows tand osroved equippedincultivation and now lodlrn soen room roUulte newly Jlalnted and with Modern anti and garden with cistern and such buildings os belong cellar underneath large housesnnd ono cabin barns for keeping 60 to so head of- e two tenement will store 9000 bushels fii cattroand horses mugnlllcient IImncry with soven bits or Y etc double silo with 1M tonmachinery wagons grain and lower hoots stores tabernacle family orchard and small fruits eight large capacity tour room hug each covering from one to one and oDef j1L feet deepfrom tour to sixlakes or ponds the water question and C 4half acres and situated exactly at right place settles sup r plies the fish underground tee houses Nt holler complute two tread t 4 I will mention l0 h p engine and pow For machinery and thirty feet ot currier3 teed und onsilago cutterhorse largeers one and two or cultivators harrowsg ii wheat binder corn hinder mowers rakes III kind plows + farm wagons surrey buggy In a iwetter drills llrcularliaw rig cream separator lfrom II ten horse engine to a hatchetfact everythhd ot the Tormentor anll St Lambert h dlliry htrd ot 10 cows IIndO heifers headed by B son ot the noted ling ot St Lumberto Foundingof 3Mnnllllcnt the work of ten years and the result Is an average 3 ten per year for each tow In ho herd and lIb ot butter for every two Unitedand l rst butter market In the Statesgallons mulesund horses 75 tons or timothy clover and oat hart 45 acres Irows head of ot that timeAll offered privately for next month at IInl crop ot corn ec tersonalitiesatpubll auction An Idea ot the value ot this j dose out remBlnlnlt l to more tlmn fsooIndicated the business It does whichund outfit Is by proof averaKe every month Ask Hunk of Hnrdlnsburp If Is required Write 3tBrm terms etc or visit the place and see for yourself a Dr P W Foote c 3 IRVINGTON KY YYY7YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Dyspeptics are made every day by their own carelessness Cure that case of Constipation and Indigestion lbefore it becomes chronic Take F I ONSILLY and Tonic Pelleu the only remedy that assists Nature and does not get in her way Strong purgatives gripe k and make confirmed invalids Ramons act gently k and leave the system independent of drug t Sample and DooKlct Free sComplete Treatment + 4Jtr as days as cts l- l4 I C iNetrlWrkladare- s For Satel by Kinhr in ors lIrdltl sIIlJrlr und A II Fstn r f overport i i IIrrtIU J The Best Every Watch clock spectacle or piece of jewelry you buy of us is tho best that tho amount of money you pay for it can buy We also examine oyes and do it as well as any one any place you may go We fit you with the best quality f glasses for as little honey and in a groat many cases for less money than any one else I Very Respectfully I Lewis Sc Ball HARDINLwZLOUIBRANDS i SILVER CROWN Second Patent r j OUR BESTF- irst y Pate- ntFAMILY XXX I tCUSTOH GRINDING LieD ADDISON ADDISON XY j 3 r- r 4 t gip 9 g 4e t AgedpjJe bowels weak kidneys and bled x awl TORPID LIVERIIl + i4thave a specific effect on these organs a stimulating tb e bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as F ta youth and- IMPARTING VIGOR I 4 LIVERTheyr f WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1003 Babbagelft T Shoes OSc for cash onlyBabbage Son V My store is opposite the Postoffice T Bishop1 doingLryonr painting Bring your eggs to Brown and get 15o per dozen Fresh melons at my store all the V timeJ Bishop Go to Browns for Club and Winches ter shells at 40c per box Miss Nell Gregory was in Louis ville several days lust week If yon are in town tomorrow come to see me please J Bishop Prof J F Elsom of New Albany e iwas in the city Friday on business Mr and Mrs Rudolph Geislin visited relatives in Owensboro last week Proctor Keith spent Thursday and Friday at the Chautauqua at Owens boroMiss Gertrude Strotherof Louisville was the guest of Miss Olivia Fallon last week Clayton Rice or Greenville was the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Barry last week Forrest Stanoliff of Chicago has been visiting his grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Wilkerson Byrne Severs returned Thursday from a two weeks outing In the Cum berland mountains- C H Mattingly of Hardinsburg Vas in the city Tuesday the guest of his son W J Mattingly Mrs Chas Lightfoot and Miss Judith Miller spent Thursday in Bawesville with Mrs George Bentley Rev T F Walton went to Barbour ville Thursday to take his two little daughters to his old home Everybody likes Butterick patterns because when a dress is made by them to it titsJ D Babbage Agent Miss Ree Willis attended the Chan tauqna at Owensboro last week jind was tne guest of Mrs Moorman Miss Lillian bippel and brother Emmett are visiting in Owensboro the guests of Miss Elite Swaggot Jamie LaHeist went to Fenley Thurs day to visit Mr and Mrs E G Greg ory He returned Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs WTGeerof Thomas vale Ga have been the guests of Mrs Geers sister Mrs Wm Smart Raymond Pate returned Thursday t from the Chautanqna and a visit to his uncle Allison Pate at Owens boroMrs Lee Dinsmore and daughter Helen of Louisville were the guests pi Mrs Tillmun Pauley several days last week Mies Annie Murphy arrived from phicago last week to spend sevnral Seeks with Mr and Mrs Eugene Kingsberry Yr Miss Margaret Moorman went to guestifthe Chautauqua Mr and Mrs Chas Hall and little t Ryant1 at the Cbantauqua at Owensboro tlSeUSc On sale Saturday45 pairs I J of mens womens and childrens shoes at USe a pair Values from 1 J35 to 175for cash onlyBabbage Son Rev and Mrs C W Chadwiok1 formerly of Bedford Ind but now of Honey Grove Tex have returned from a visit to her brothers S H and Wm McCracken Messrs J E Keith and Chris Cline Mr and Mrs Ed MoAffee and Miss Lydia Graham of this city and Mr and Mrs Hugh Weatherholt and Proto A Powell of Tobinsport were among those who went from here to 0went boro Sunday morning to spend the day at the Chautauqua SUPPORTSCOTTS bridge to carry the wuktned and starved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food Send for tree umplt SCOTT dt BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and jam ill drug5iatt- Try my lunches J Bishop Go to Browns for meat from 7o np Shoes 08o for cash onlyBabbage Son Try Judson Coombs for a gentle shaveDoo Furrow has been attending the Seven Hills Chantanqun Morrison Gregory have painted the roof of the St George Hotel Eddie Conway of Louisville was the guest of Jas B Fisher Sunday Roy Heveer and Miss Ray Heyeer were at the Ghantauqna Thursday John Morris Gregory and family have moved back to this city from OwensboroBornTo the wife of Geo Bentley Bawesville August 10 n line boy Arthur Francis Mrs M Bernhardt and daughter Mollie of Louisville are guests at the Fisher homestead Saturday being a holy day was ob served at tit Roses Catholic church the same as Sunday Mrs Chas B Skillman and daugh ter Elizabeth have returned from a visit to Owensboro and Morgantield W K Embry is building the curb- Ing for a bricK pavement to bo laid in front of H L Staders livery stableMrsJohn Burk and little daughter Dolliq and Gnssie returned Saturday from a weeks visit to friends near Victoria Miss Mamie DeHaven went to Oweusboro Wednesday to be the guest of Miss Margaret Clark during the Chautanqno House paints from 00 cents to 00 cents per gallon SH lcCrncken the contracting painter telephone 418 Cloverport Ky J D Babbage Is agent for the per fect fitting Butterick patterns A pattern ordered today will arrive Fri tiny Give us an order please On sale Saturday lli pairs of meni womens and childrens shoes at ISo per pair The best values we have yet offered For cash only Babbage Son Mrs Chas War altl and daughter Hallie were at the Chantnuqua Thursday and spent Friday in Evans ville Ind returning Friday evening- to this city Go to Browns for Glassware Cutlery Salt Lime Cement Feed Boots Shoes Rubbers and complete line of fancy and staple groceries All spld for cash and prices to snit sameMiss Sue Henri Brashear of Greenville Texas who has been visiting her brother James Roy Brashear at St Louis Mo and her sister Mrs J Edward Chipps of BIrdsville Ky is now the guest of friends and rela tives in Louisville her former home Deafness Cannot be Cured by local appllcutionsthey cannot reach diseased portions of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflam ed condition of the mucous lining of the EustachianlTnbe When this tube is inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the re sult and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever Nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous services We will give One Hundred Dol lars for ant case of Deafness oansed DY catarrhthnt cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure SemI for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold ty Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are the best Mr Tom Ryan Hurt While tombstones were being loaded in three wagons Thursday morning at JE Keith Sons monument works the teams became frightened and one ran away Mr Tom Ryan age seven tyone of Tar Fork was struck in the head and painfully hurt and two of the wagons were broken down Mr Ryan was taken to his home that evening by Mr Keith and his condi tion is now much improved To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the inonoy If It falls to euro E W Orves signature lIOn each box JSn A Hnrttnln- Frod Kitty didnt marry that mil lionaire duffer after all did she Jack No he backed out and she sued him for broach of promis- eFredWhat damages Tarklwentf1ve thousand and she golltF1etlClelf case of 25000 off for cash wasnt it I didnt think Kitty was so sharp at drivIng a bargain Comfort The Pnriona Comment Yes said tho Blllvllle father that boy shall be taught to tell the truth Hos mighty young to be sent BO fur from home replied the parson At lanta Constitution Being a good fellow requires time money ptl a strong constitution Mere will pot will not sunce =Puck BEWLEYVILLE Murray Blanford was at Brandenburg SundayMrs R J Cain was ill several days last week LaRue Cox is in the city looking for a situation Mrs Leona Adklson recently visited friends in this community Dont forget the good meeting at Irvington August UOilO Wilt Brown of Guston bought a fine pair of mules from Dr Foote Emmet McCoy who has been prom ted is home for a vacation Mrs Annie Pennington and children visited Mrs R D Cain last week Mr and Mrs W W Keith made a flying trip to Louisville Saturday Junius Fcote is with his uncle Robert Board in Texas He has a fine job Rober B Cain is spending the week with his Meade county grandparents Miss Mary Elstou Hardaway spent last week the guest of Miss Blanche JollyRev W H Bruner is here conducting a series of meetings in the Baptist church Miss Blanche Jolly is in Lexington attending the State Sundayschool ConventionMiss Lena Snyder is visiting her cousin Miss Aileen Hardaway at West Point- Ills Maude Witt is home from Louisville She and a visitor attended l1nc1I1YIHenry Livers and Mr were guests of Mr Beavins Sunday Mrs Sarah Turpin and daughter Fannie of West Point are the guests asSfJttI of Louisville a visit to Mrs Amanda Smith of Gaston C D Hardaway and children are mush Improved though they still require careful nursing The public school of this place was announced today to begin August 2 so children hunt up your books Misses Kathleen Walker and Marion Let Cain were gnesth of Misses Ada and Margnrite Stitli Sunday nightAll are fine girls and made a gay party Golden Rod WINDOW CLEANERS Working In SkyHprniivrN In hard on Nerves nuil StoiiiiicliH The reason that wo are always ad vertising for window elonuurs1 said tho foreman of a compHiiy that cm ploys 200 men In thin liuslncs Is that so iimny men throw ui their Jobs titter they have been nt It a week or t o Some of them oven do not lust so long as tint A window clonuor roll make as good wapes as a mechanic or a mo tornmn The work Is stinidy becniiso nearly all tho window cleaning In New Yorks big buildings is done by con tractAny number of likely young fellows really In need of work who promise well enough at the start give out with in a few days Sometimes It lIs their nerves that go back on them but more often It Is their stoiaaehs We send away half the men who apply for Jobs without even giving them a trial If a mull drinks or Is t o nervous that he has to dodge trolley ears he should keep out of this bunlnes ben we take a tuna on trial the foreman breaks him In gradually We dont put him on n skyscraper jolt rlgjit away A great many private houws Jr this city Imvo their windows cleaned by contract ami we start him In on that If a innii IB no good nt ladder work It IIs no use bothering with him From private houses the Ixglnn r IsI sent to department stores and Dually the tall buildings Puce In awhile we fliul a man who can start In on sky scraper Jobs right away without any trouble Dont look down Look up all the tIme Is the constant admonition of tho foreman Not one mat In ten Is able to obey that order The temptation to look down Is Irresistible If a tuna cant break himself of the looking down habit it Is nil up with him He Is sure to come around sooner or later and give up hlA jobNew York Press THE GREAT PARKS OF COLORADO constitute one of her chief glories They contain fields forests and plains they are watered by creeks and rivers and contain villages and farmhouses they have springs and lakes where hOt tels and other places of entertainment are found for those seeking health and recreationTo people to reach these fa vored localities without unnecessary expenditure of time or money the UNION PACIFIC has put into effct very low rates and splendid train set vice from Missouri river to Denver Accommodations are provided for all classes of passengers on these trains the equipment including free reclining chair cars dining cars buffet smoking cars drawingroom sleepers day coaches etc Full information cheerfully furnished on application to W II CONNOR G AI 58 E Fourth st CINCINNATI OHIO t e F I V Warts jljl- FUR J7 SALE Fun SAIEA rood bicycle In use one Cost MO to bu sold for JTO Is In Rood condition Apply lit News ollloe WANTRDOini VJAIltOf11I1houtwurkCloverport Ky FOR SALKUIVEU 1IOTTOM FARM Fur SnluOldo Rlvor bottom farm of 117 KOiurnx cleared For pitrtlriilar address AHB DITTO Jr West Ioht Ky- IOK SALESEW I NO MACHINE For Salo Second hand sowing MiicMnv In running order 10 Ruts It hurry F12trFOIL SALEFAiMI For SnloT wish to suit ray place lying lover port Mor tvA saesmore or loss Well IImproved will rtphtcc grass corn and tobacco will Per Cash and Addressn h FOR SALE 30 head Shorthorn lId foiled OurhalIl cows und hollers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They are all first iMnss itnltnals 1 nlto have fur sale 4 deep red young Tolled Durham bulls LOreunCOOK WANTED Vantcd f Mk Good WHRW Apply at News oltiic WANTED D ArjCTImt Rro clean und large 3c per VJ4V 1 wlllbu iwld for them dellv urud Ht this ulllco Inn II llntilmge FORSALE PRINTINt lressos and CutUna marblntll one lot of good laundry machine UawllneKlllfllltStreetloulIIIoMONEY TO LOAN I irEIii orhwrltt10ISoI atlawBerkshire and B PIRocks FOR SALE IIrroclIIYUIIHIo ElrllsInJOHN IP IOSTKKN Creek hloCo Nv n L Ih ST L TIME TAIILK EAST HOUND Clovtrprt5tINj es armytNo 42 Dally Mull and Express learsClororw rtiAMI Iop at alll way tatlotmarrives Ix uUrlllB ISns P M No 44 Diilly Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 443111eup at all way stetlungex copt lIorl Arrives IolJdnlllt 7111 I M WEST HOCXD Expresstmvesluverlwrtvlllo IKII I Iij arrive St Ix ul 7lrt f M wOwnIpottavllleBaskets ItaveaOIotrlrttatromNo 45 dally St Louis fut train IeavesClo- vorpwrt 10M 1 M1 arrives Evsusvllle 10 A llawesVlllfOwtmsiioro tIllvleStNtlinis Arrives mIteturaingarrives at Cloverport S 30 p m 44ParlorI IIThruuahI Trahu Xos ronl1fftlontJrcept connoottonLabor Day Celebration llcncltriun Ky September 7 1103 On tile above account rate of 805 for round trip Cloverport to Hender son and return will be made Date of sale Sept 7 limited to return Sept 8- Oweniboro Chatiuqua Rates For the UhlltaufJua rate of fl 00 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will te made on Aug 0 to iO inclusive limited to return August 21 SPECIALS Cloverport Arcsy0t1 getting ready for the Masonic Barbecuet We have lots of things needed for that Big Event taatts SHOES SOCKS HATS HOSIERY PANTS HANDKERCHIEFS SHIRTS FANS COLLARS RIBBONS NECKWEAR UMBRELLAS And more than we can mention here Come our way Well please you Remember the dayTomorrow Reduced rates on railroad- s C NOLTE BRO IIJ MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY Iwwffwft H OSTEOPATHY GIVES QUICK RELIEF To thosf offering from Chronic Constipation Asthnm ioitro Stoiniifh TrouMt lluyfcvor Hronchitis or Hlounmtim All Curable Diseases treated without the use of drugsI Callor send fur ftIdarl cxplninin OHteopathy DR C E BENNETT OSTEOPATH Opposite Court House HAWESVILLE KEN- TUCKYAdvertise in our want column n SCHOOL SUPPLIES 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- PENCILSINKRULES ETC SECONDHAND BOOKS REBOUND FOR NEARLYIHALF OF OLD We have a large number secondhand books that sell for nearly half their orignal price They are rebound and some perfectly clean and some are not Everyone of them are usuable 10 cent tablets for 5 cents until September I Three big 5 cent tablets for 10 cents until Sept 1 I Jio D Babbage1Kentucky I Yt v j T lr ti a- j M tl- k 4 rCHINTZ ROYATLY Practical Surveyor t ALS- ONotary Public- I t can survey your lands t write your deeds and T take the acknowledge I ment at ycur homesthis saves you trouble and costs your patronage so licited address me atliar KyIII MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY = =k OR f IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEI- ROM St Louis and Memphis Affords tourist prospwtor or liotnoseokor best serviceF- ASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IN 5 bit wuri Nnbrnskti Kansas Oklahoma and IrKll n Territory r olorndo Utah Oregon Cullfgrnln Arkansas Texas Loutsiuna0th and New Mexico Arizona Pullman Sleepers IrtI RettnlDg chair cars on nil trains Low rates free descriptive literature Consult Ticket Agents or address H C TOWNSEND U R nnd T A ST Louis Mo 1HTU MATTHEWS T P A- LoUlsvtLLE KY FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY TRIPaHomeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY TEXAStrfor IUUH and Information adJrevi II I McdUISB W R POW Tr Pass Agent General Agent CINCINNATI 01110 REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special homeseekers andI colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Mis sour Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rain is one I fare plus two lohra awl for single trip tickets onehalt late plus two dollars j x K1tMR7tltSttit tuattttu11k71ttt14t711tlltty t =4 COIONST RATES rt VIA TILE t r f s Onehalf rate plus two dollars from t = Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem J phii to point in i MISSOURI jj ARKANSAS E INDIAN TERRITORY I OKLAHOMA l F E TEXAS she LOUISIANAf 9 This rate is in effect on the first and 9 third Tuesdays of each month Full se + f information furnished1 upon app1 Ica JJ Lion to any passenger agent of the 9 company or to 9 PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT 9 Frisco System 9 A Saint LouisIB- tKKKKKKtjKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKIxef r Do You Enjoy WHat You Eattl You can eat whatever and whenever you r like If you take Kodol By the use of this remedy disordered digestion and diseased stomachs are so completely restored to J health and the full performance of their functions naturally that such foods as would k eatenktiUve these foods are assimilated and transformed Into the kind of nutriment that f p Is appropriated by the blood and tissues Kodol Is the only digestant or combination A of dlgestants that will digest all classes ol food In addition to this fact It contains In assimilative form the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia and all I disorders arising therefrom Kodol Digests What You Eat t Makes the Stomach Sweetb Bottles only Regular site SI00 holding 2H times lee trial size which sells for 50 cents Prepared by E O DeWITT 00 Chicago III fitrI J 11 rite Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1003 EVERYBODYSGOING To the State Fair at Owensbon Next Month end See the Great Exhibits For Which 20000 Cash Prizes Will Be Given The great Kentucny State Fair molly the bIggest in the South iIs inly five weeks off and us Septeinbe 21 approaches the interest iuciense apidly The enterprising city ofII vensboro Is on the hurtle as it therelslgoIngi at Kentucky can afford to mist Moil of the States exhibits for the St nuts Exposition will first be seer at the State Fair at Owensboro nex month and the fact that many of the prize winning exhibits will be sent to the Worlds Fair next year wit trove an additional incentive to iveryone Cash amounting to more han 20000 will be distributed ir prIzes for all kitds of stock farm and nmeral products housebold work and other exhibits Send to L B Shrop hire Secretary Board of Trade Build lng Louisville for catalogue of Infor- matIon Taken with Cramps Vm Kirnise u member of the bridge gang working near Littleporl Was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera His case was so severe that 1m had to hae the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr Gilford was called aUll consulted He told them be had a ledicine in the form of Chamber tins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea emedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around nett day The incident speaks quite ighly of MrGiffords medtulneElk- ler Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it In- rour home it uiay save life For file by Short Haynes Our Letter from Home Cerehiw1 FIR Aug lOlOOSMr J D Clorerport Ky DearBublmue r Our time for the News expired Jnly 2 and on that day Mr Huckeby issed away My hopes and my heart Itre broken We laid him amid the ilruugt trees he loved so well as he quested This was his adopted home y 4 he always loved the state where he was horn and called it home He lenshed the thought of his sojourn in eutucky mid the many dear friends he left there The News was al itys the first paper rend when the- tulll was brought in He called it Our letter from home I wish to mtiune the subscription so Mud env 1loscc1 100 money order for same It ill bring some comfort to my far off uthern home Very sincerely Mrs WL Hnckeby levelandDe Foto couny Flonda Eat all You Want Persona troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all they want if hey will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and sstmilation of all of the wholesome fOfl that many he eaten and enables to the digestive organs to transform the me into the kind of blood that Kiives health and strength Sold by Al ruggiEts Formerly Lived Here Prof Vm Park of near Barretts srry in Otto county and Miss Lelia 1 CampI of Henderson were mar- led at the ChautHiiqua grounds at weusboro Wednesday night at 83J uclock The ceremony was performed iy Rev T1 lUtclilf of Fordsville In the Whito Pansy cottugu of Mr lugh Gilbert Mr and Mrs Park will make their future home at Bur etts ferry Miss Coup was a resident of Cloy rport a number of yenta ago lids adder having had a position at the oM planing mill in the west end oi town Puts an End to It AIL A grevlons wail of times comes as It result of unbearable pain from orai taxed organs Dizznefs BucKaohe fiver complaint and Constipation Bitt thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it they art gentle but thorough Try iheui Only SCc Guaranteed by Short Haynes Drug Store 4t 1 i General Debility Day In and out there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food docs not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It Is hard to do bard to bear whit bould be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition take floods Sarsaparilla n vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions and Is ely unequalled for all rundown or lebllltated condition llooDB riLL cure constipation 25 cents Was With Roosevelt Tims Mitchell one of Roosevelts rough riders Will in the city a few ays ago enrouto to his home at Moo oyvllle Mr Mitchell was mustered ont of serrate in December and has been in Daviess county slice then Hw has been in the regular army for ear and has seen much active ser riee He was one of time leaders of Inosevelt s men and was always chosen to take command of a troop when some daring feat was to be per formed He entered the first of the var with his own horse and brought lim back home He was in a nuui Iwr of hard fights and was In the thickest of the battle on San Juan hill when tide American forces made their uemorable charge against the Spanish fortifications CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I Were at the Oalt House P J Purcell and E 0 Brice of PhiladelphIa who own large bride interests at Cloverport are at the Galt Mr Brice will sail for Spain iii a few days Brice and Purcell ar ived in Louisville tanned by the breezes and sun which blow and shine off the coast of Novia Scotia wnere they spent over a weeK sailing and rUhing about on n smacK Overtures have been made to them oy capitalists who want them to sell their brick yard Thursdays Louisville Her- aldFOLEYMiorinTAR h frrcHUdnni taff auto jo opiate Good Change In Colors The depot and small buildings owned by the Henderson Route along its road will be painted in live colors to wit two shades of brown and one noh of yellow white and red The ldcolors were yellow ind green The bange is a good one as the green did rot hold well Bert Beavin the well mown painter has the contract I come Strength and agar of good ood duly digested Force is enelyto serve wheat uud barley food adds no burden but sustains nourishes nvl orates President flansUcli In the City Lewis Ian hach of Parkersburg W A President of the Murray Hoofing rile vo arrived in the city Wednes lay Mr Mnnsbach came on business connected with the starting up of the ompanys factory east of the city If you know of a poor old stifle- dlorega horse with a sore backn barb dwire wound unnatural growth stiff oints or swollen limbs send him round We can cure him with a few applications of Ramons Nerve Bone Oil 25c RAYHOND Miss Lee Thorusberry of Sirocco is visiting at Alex Hendrys Roscoe Hendry has gone to St outs to accept u position Mr and Mrs Wir Rhodes of Bran lenhurg spent several days here last veek visiting relatives Revs English anti Clapp are con lucting a meeting here Mrs Irwin quires is quite sick Thomas Snnireaof Cloverport spent last week with his brother Irwin Miss Hallv Mercer of Louisville Is Hatting at John Mitrcer Miss Dee Btiaham spent Saturday fuel Sunday Iiu Brandenburg Mrs Shrewsberry nee Corn Cash wan and children of Indiana ale visiting at her parents Mrs George CahuiHnb Miss Ethel Buhaui of Lodihurg has been vialting in thia cointnuuity and attending church- Entertained by Col Wagner John A Scott A G P A F W Harlow D P A and D H Long street A 0 F A of the I C R R and A M McCrncken Gen Sup and L J Irwin G P and F A of the Henderson Route were enter talned Wednesday by Arthur L Wag ner Colonel unit Assistant Adjutant General r7 IA at the Ditto Souse West Point Beacon WEBSTER bUH1gameMiss Ruth Gill of Louisville 118 visiting nt H H Hatfields I Miss Bernice Shacklett of Ekron visited Miss Norris Kurtz last week George Woolfolk and wife of Louis dlle visited at Dr Parks last weekjj The finest crop of tobacco ever see In tnis section Is growing around here I nowMrs Chits Robnins has gone to Zannelton for n visit of two or thre weeks Paul Knott and wifoof LnRue count y are here ou n visit to friends not relatives AiiionKlnuheloo nnd family visite it L L Heudersonfl several day unt week- J 11 Fitch and little son Jimmy of Cloverport visited John Hatfield ast Sunday Misses Norris Kurtz and Ada B Henderson are vi tiling the Misse Burr near OwensDoro J C Crutcher and wife were iIn ittehdance at the Chautauqua In Owensboro last weeK A considerable amount of much seeded work is being done on the pub Ho road in front of John Lyddim house Quite a number from here have been in attendance at the Freedou meeting which has been In progress for the last two weeks Mrs S P Parks and T B Heuder son left Monday for Lexington to be- D attendance at the State Sunday chool convention this week T B Henderson aa overseer on the new road leading south from town was out with his hands last week putting this road in first class order Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved It A short time ago I was taker with a violent attack of diarrhoea ant Believe I would have died if I hoc not gotten relief says John J Patton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamber tins colic Cholera and Diarrhea teiuetiy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after taking three dose of it I was entirely cured I consId- er it the best remedy in the worM for bowel complaints For sale by Short Haynes Improvements at Howard It is reported that the Henderson onto will do considerable work it the way of necessiry improvements bout their station at Howard pre aratory to handling the quartermasters and Commissarys supplies to- he used by the army in the maneuvers near that point in October tops the Cough and Works otf the Cold axittlvo nromo Quinine Tubletsl cure a cold Inloneilay NoCuiu No Pup Irlcti Sir Robert Woods a Candidate The Hon Robert E Woods of tfuiavllle formerlyI of this city an onnced his canlid toy tor the nouii ation for Commonwealths attorney on the Republican ticket at Lotiisvilh hnrsday M Alfred Seligmun has been chosen the proper candidate Lot his place and Mr Woods friends who Bre in touch with the preparation of the slate say they are sorry to see bis touching evidence of good faith LIVERTROUBLES I dodfedfordsDlaok Drsaght mood medicine for H er dbease- itcuredmy on after he had spent 1100 with doctors Hlialltberned lelne I tahMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act regularly go IruagUt and secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraucht and take a dose tonight This great family medicine frees the constipated bowels stirs up the torpid liver and causes a healthy secretion of bileThedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im purities and strengthen the kid A torpid liver invites coals biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness ad contagion Weak kid neys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black Draught should always be kept in the house- I used Thedfords Black Draught for liver and kidney com plaints and found nothing to excel ItWILLIAM COFFMAN Mar blenead l- itTHEDFRD3 BLACK DRAUGHT UH fFFQFACTORY PI WED New Rival Leader Repeater U F you are looking for reliable shotgun am= j munition the kind that shoots where you Ilf point your gun H buy Winchester Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells New Rival loaded withIloly Black powder Leader and Repeater loaded with Smokeless Insist upon having Winchester Factory Loaded Shells and accept no othersii hey ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD The I Summer Kxcurskti Tl kets nc c tie sttet SI Pan MUiwaiwils find the North sII oast Coiradi Itah Ciriysui sprirjjs I iwsun Springs uru Yrulruii 81rln Ky lit rtdurrd rlltlSII Only Lino running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO AUIZOXA Dud TEXAS Special Low One Way and Round trip hates In effectWto the Southwest on FirstRussand Third Tuesdays In eachwith month11on1lj BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARKnee pcaa I froUlLandsaddressStraF W H RLOW D P A Louisville Kyhim ae arcen acethe Get in the Henderson Route Habitlatigwou war Kentuckians coul mot Official Routeto the nulland Worlds Fair Cityershuge Finest passenger service through St Louis Owensboro and One Evansvllle to all points in the West dud Southwestto t titleI If there are any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special oc Ue casions Homesiekers or Colonists Excursions we have them bor ASK US FOR RATES 11 IROM ANYWHERE TO EVERYWHEREpUthe And ASK US FIRSTnatlug Jal E L WOMACK Q L OarrettrOilCity Passenger Agent Traveling Pus AsrentforI bed L J IRWIN Ni General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE chi fta KYII nad off P via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Main histfirst and third Tuesdays of each month beginning October 21stII1 For oneway ticketstHalf the OneWay Rate plus 200 E roundtrip tickets one fare plus 200 to points In Missourit1Arkansas Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian TcrrltorlesJWrite for particulars and cost of ticket from your home townrTbe Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Texas equipped with tbtllmost modern and comfortable cars These trains make quick and direct connections for all parts of tbe Great Southwest f If ton are seeking a better place to locate write for a free copy of ear nand ome Illustrated booklet nome In tbe Southwest and I Through Texas With a Camera- L 1 O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati 04 E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket At St Louis Mo iiiiAT SUMMER HOT SPRINGSARK- ANSAS For those who go to Hot Springs for the benefit of health the summer is really tine BEST TIME Her fortunate location highnp in the foothills of the Ozarks insures a cool delightful climate and every condition which obtains in the most popular summer resorts of the North is fulfilled in the Valley of Va per Physicians are united in the opinion that the waters are more beneficial during the summer season ONE FARE PLUS 200I IthroughoutI GEO H LEE G P A G D 8ummerIILittle Rock Ark Advertise I Ni f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST ID 1003 RUSSIAN j PILGRIMS How Aged Peasants Attain Caste in Their Villages i hey Travel Far Away to Pray I at Distant Shrines and Monasteries The Holy Places They Visit and I IatWhich They Are Fed and Lodged When the snows of winter melt In Russia mud the woods arc fragrant with violets anti the Ice In great masse floats down the rivers to the sea the peasant who is on the threshold of old age tired of long Inaction tomes forthI from his izba and looks abroad Strange thoughts have been stirring In him for several mouths recollections of a vow that he once made that If heaven willed he would one day worship In a certain monastery and there venerate the relics of Its saints For many a long year It seemed as It this vow would never bo fulfilled for there wi work to do In the village of which he could In no way rid himself and still more pressing wits the burden of a numerous fatally that could not bo left But now the children have grown up and can feud for themselves and the father anti mother are no longer of the same value to the community as labor ers Indeed were they to quit the vil lage they would not be much missed One way however remainsa for them to redeem their lost position and to en title themselves for the rest of their lives to the respect of nil their neigh pllIsrlmoge Innumerable are the sacred places In Russia and out of Russia which the pilgrims visit On the sterile tundras that end In the lonely strand where the waves of the White sea fling their foam upon the walls of the Solovetsky monastery on the quays of Odessa await ing the steamer that will carry them to Jaffa or on the monotonous straight roads that for verst upon verst lend by forests of white stemmed birch or sons ber pine to the resting place of St Serge near Moscow or of the saints who sleep In the catacombs of Pet chersk at Kiev there may bo seen bands of pilgrims staff In hand jour nosing on fact through poverty or hi accordance with a vow to thIr far oft goal The men often wear clumsy but comfortable shoes of plaited bark stockings fastened round the leg with string breeches reaching to the knees and wide baggy lowing coats attach ed to the waist with a colored belt The women have a colored underskirt n short dress and bodice all In one and u bright lined handkerchief wrapped round the head a knapsack on the buck and a gourd or kettle fastened to a girdle But the costumes tire very various and it would be Impossi bit to describe them all These pilgrims beg for money com pnrnti ely rarely They have the self respect and Independence which befit people presumably so pious Perhaps they have saved for this pilgrimage foe mummy years they are hardy up to the last degree At night they sleep where they can In a monastery or perhnps In sheds that have been erected for them by the road and when they wish to drink they stop and ask for water at a peasants hut whore they are respectfully received If they are short of bread the poor moujlk will give them some If he has any for the charitable instinct of the people In Russia Is Inex tlngulshable And perhaps too they will render some service to the homes that they visit Tolstol has described a pilgrim to the Holy Land who found a whole family dying of starvation and ifset them up again And when Satur day arrives and all good people are bound by their religion to take a bath then men and women will plunge Into the river regardless of the want of bathing machines and careless of all bathing regulations Glad after this interminable march of many weeks Is the Russian pilgrim when he sees far off Hushing against the azure sky the douses of the churches of the holy places where he is to worship nnd especially Is be glad if it be ft town like Kiev that stands on a range of wooded hills breaking the monotony of the endless plain Sing ing a more Joyous hymn he approach es eagerly for he knows that there are food and lodging assured him at his destination At Jerusalem there is nn Immense convent built supported by the Russian government which Is well aware of what the pilgrims do to in crease Russian Influence and her repu tation In the Holy Land AtSolovet sky there Is a hotel with sloping coun ters that serve as a resting place At the lavra of Petchersk the oldest of the Russian monasteries there has been n house for the poor since the eleventh century Some of the pilgrims are nc commodated In rooms that resemble well kept haylofts and each one has a locker where be may sit during the day and sleep nt night There Js a hospital there too with eighty beds and n special wins for those whose nil meats ore not of a serious description And for three days pilgrims are lodged and boarded free and many are allow ed to come and ca just as they will COST OF TRAIN LUXURY The IteaHon That hallway Passenger hales Are So lllnli It may be asked why the rnllwny locomotive does not pull passengers ot- a lower rate Because It gives pas sengers so much room comfort and high speed that it hits to carry a ton or dead weight for each passenger A locomotive weighing 100 tons pulls nt 45 miles an hour 12 cars weighing GOO tons toad containing T00 people weigh lug DO tons assuming the passengers to be men women and children but chiefly men and to average 131 pounds each 1400 pounds of dead weight per passenger when every seat IIs taken But cars cannot average more than seventenths full The railway carries free the passengers 150 pound trunk and sends with him toilet rooms heating stoves and fuel smoking rooms dining rooms and bedrooms These houses on wheels and the locomotive which draws them Lave to be wade very heavy In order to get the great strength made necessary by high speed If the railway could dispense with these comforts and luxuries and carry passengers packed closely Inside and on top of low roofed ramshackle un heated vehicles like the old stage and at slow speed It could pull passengers at onetenth to onetwentieth the price of the old stage Engineering Maga zinc Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid fey 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 uretha 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 tho bladder stone bights disease disagreeable odd of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci fie Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back this 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 f1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky North 1olu Ior fold lends Talking of hair restorers said the captain of a steamer who has been a whaler none of them Is In It with the air of the arctic regions A man with thin hair who falls to get a new crop if he goes within the arctic circle Is a hopeless case I have seen whalers who ggt Laid when they stayed at home for a year or two and got a uw crop of hair every time they went to ward the north poly on a whaling expe dition How do I account for It The far ther you go north the land animals get shaggier It is a provision against till cold When tlip arctic winter ap proaches tho reindeer the bears and other animals get a thicker coat of hair or fur Similarly the hair on the hu man head thickens when you go far northIt Is a fact Now I dont want you to think that once the touches of the hair Ire dead new hair always comes Oven In northern regions Sometimes when a man Is apparently as bald as a billiard ball the follicles are not dead and there Is hope for hlmPhll adelphia Ledger Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are due to disorders of the stomach and these disorders are all caused by indiges tion Kodol Dyspepsia Core is just as good for children liS it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps the little stomach sweet and encourages the growth and development Mr Henry Carter 705 Central St Nash vllle Tenn saysIMy little boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever slues he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodot he is R well baby 1 recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests wnat you eat and wakes the stomach sweet Sold by All Druggists A Startling Request Percy Is n little boy who makes plans to shirk his bath sometimes But the other evening he cane In from play tired ncd hot and sticky Do I get n bath tonight ma 1 he askedYes answered his mother Well ho said cheerfully the Lord knows I need tBrooklyn Eagle A ncrlved Topic of DUcnunlon It looks as If we were In for an othpr Napoleonic revival What makes you think BO I understand the Lime and Plaster club linn revived the old debating ques tion Resolved Dat Bonaparte lUll n greater man dan Napoleon Cleve land Plain Dealer Kept Annnder TomHave thus and Ethel quar reled I dont sec tbm togethert lately Dolly No they havent quarreled but Mauds new gown is lavender and Ethels new gown Is blue Somervllle Journal r u Some Formal Correspondence A matter of fact sacristan of the Ca thedral of Berlin once wrote the king of Prussia this brief note Sire I acquaint your majesty first thnt there are wanting books of psalms for the royal family I acquaint your majesty second that there wants wood to warm the royal seats I acquaint your majesty third that the balustrade next the river behind the church Is become ruinous SCHMIDT Sacrist of the Cuthedral The reply of the king was not that of a gracious majesty Its stiff formality In Imitating the style of the sacris tan probably was not taken by the re ceiver as complimentary to him- I acquaint you Herr Sacrist Schmidt first that those who want to sing may buy books Second I acquaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt that thoso who want to be warm must buy wood Third I acquaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt that I shall not trust any longer to the balustrade next the river And I acquaint Herr Sacrist Schmidt fourth that I will not have any more correspondence with him- FREDERICK Absent Minded Lord Derby Lord Derby could be very absentminded and once on a time he walked with Lord Clarendon his opponent anti told him all the secrets of the cabi net Lord Clarendon listened amazed but thought It too large an order when he was asked for his advice It was not for him to counsel his political foes At this Intimation Lord Derby woke up saying Really I thought all the time I was talking to a colleague lie had continued hardly recognizing the fact a controversy he had been having with other ministers nt the foreign olllcc Of course Lord Clarendon honorably pre served the cabinet secrets but he told his story against Lord Derby and made a laugh Ills Mlsinke- Gushington1 wonder whats the matter with Starr the tragedian lIe never notices me any more Crlttlcknidnt I hear you tell him his style was very much like Booths Gushlngton Yes But surely Crlttlek Thats where you made your mistake You should Imvesnid Booths style was like his Philadel phia Public Ledger Quite Kant First Girl Those stockings are n lovely color Are they fast Second GirlIt you had seen me yes terday when I met n cow you would not have asked that question Houston Post Some men said Uncle Ebon will put In weeks prayln foh rain an den kirk cos dry happens to git delr feet wet Washington Star Suicide Presented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest ninny A run down system or 3espondenoy invariably precedes suicide and something has been found that will proventthat cor dition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of selfdestruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also n great Stomach and Livor and Kidney regujator Only too Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists Lemurs Iltornry Ontpnt Andrew Lung hold nt one time what must have linen very nearly n worlds record In literary output Ills regular weekly work was six lenders for a morning newspaper two humorous sketches for an evening Journal two long articles two book reviews mud a contribution to a weekly Illustrated pa per In addition to this he devoted four hours every day to what miy be called pure literature lie turned out books nt the rate of three a year or oven more In 1S90 for Instance there appeared from his pen the lied Fairy Tale Hook Life Letters rind Diaries of Sir Stafford Northcote How to Fall In Literature and Old Friends For weeks together his work would average 25000 words a we- ek01Lj9TORTIL Bears the- Sfguature or Nara uwayl Bought ctli cllC A Quaint Old Will My hobby is time collection of strange wills said n retired sea cap tale I have gathered together copies of over fifty odd testaments and tine reading some of them are One over 800 years old bequeaths what da you tld11k7 Why It bequeaths Its makers soul to God This Is the way It rends In Del nomine linen the yore of our Lord HH1 the XXXth day of May I Robert Petlgrew hole of mynd nod mcmry make my testament and last will yn forme and manner followyng First I bequeth my sowle to Almighty God and my body to be buryd yn the churchyard of North Cadbery I be queth to my some Hlchard a cowe n calff the second best grass panne 11 plotters II dysshys of pewter and an altar of wheat an nkar of dragge and an aknr of mellow To my daughter Alys a cowe To my sonne Thomas uiy old oxe The resldew of my goods not bequethed I give to Mawde my Wyffe Philadelphia Record Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she bas prevented attacks of cholera morbns by taking Chamber laths Stomach and Liver Taolet when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by indigestion and these Tablets are just what Is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward oil the approaching attack Attacks of billons colio may be pre vented in too same WRY For sale by Short Haynes A Charming New York Womans Ex- perienoe Miss Rolnback who lives at No 731 Amsterdam Avenue New York City and is Treasurer of the Womans Pro gressive Union wrote the following story of her experience I am satisfied that half time doctors do not know what really ails their patients while you have carefully studied the needs of the sick and wornout and have skilfully prepared a reliable reme dy which will cure in a short time Two years ago I began to feel rundown the prostratedprepared to take up anew the burdens of life I had headache backache and was very nervous scarcely able to sleep more than two hours at a time I was advised to try Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and was delighted with the re sleetingsplendidlyvorite Prescription for eight weeks and then stopped for I was perfectly well Ever since then your medicine PrescriptiontooYours very truly Miss May Rohrbach To Dr K V Pierce CnrillH of Onr Own Const It is a common notion Unit corals grow onlyI In tropical cued subtropical waters and that no coral reefs are be found along our own familia- coasts A 11 a matter of fact coral formations utretch all along the Atlan tic const of the United States although the reefs do not rise co libzh that they project from time water Snno of the most licnntlful of till living coral lathe Now York ixuirliiii was dndjred up front the Atlantic ocrnn almostI wlthn sight of the oltyof New Yort and there sire many coral pntrhes still cliurr to to Knris Jruornlly the northern coral Is snow white although soiftlmes It has n delicate brown tint Pink coral is found ociasionally Lint It Is rare FOIEYSKIDHEYCOBE Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right I APHORISMS Ilnfclt Is the deepest law of human nature Cnrlyle Good nature Is stronger than toma hnwksEliersonSTnhobearers Just as bad bs tale makoni Sheridan Almost always the most Indigent are the most generous Stanislaus Those who complain most are most to be complained otM Henry True gentleness Is native feeling heightened and Improved by principle Blair He that thinks be cnn afford to be negligent Is sot far from belle poor olmsonPtntstont people begin tholr success where others ont In failure Edward Efsloston He who commits Injustice Is ever made more wretched than he Who suffers ItPlato- A friend that you have to buy wont be worth what you pay for him no matter what that may be Prentice We curry in stock slang with scores of other pills the celebrated Ramons Liver Pills Tonic Pellets in fact we are headquarters for pills of all kinds but we want you to try Ramons The manufacturers claim them to be the best our easterners who use them say they find tbem to bo the best 25c The Iloinnn Inpctto The Roman lupttto which is almost Indistinguishable from the so called Pomeranian dog Invariably tries to bury or cover over ony food given him which he does not like If fed on n loose drugget he will skillfully cover up the obnoxious food if the carpet Is nailed down so that he cannot do this he goes through the exact process with his nose which would turn over the plate If It were movable The lupetto has n general contempt for any but meat diet anti though ho miry conde seen to accept bread and milk out of deference to his owner ninny of them would not make this concesflou ho h sure to go through the form of protest first The reason Dr PiercesI scription acts as such a restoring tonic and strength builder for- rundown women is be ItI patent in the 0111imon view of that term it is a readyto under the rection of R who V dil years age used in fmeticethose cases where his patlent rundown nervous or suffer ing from consider able pain at stated periods due to ir regularity or die eases of the female organs It is not like many of the so called tonics advertised these days because it does not depend upon alcohol or upon any narcotic for its effect It is purely vegetable in its composition and without alcohol i 0Miss Nannie E Kyle of Volant Law1 rence Co Pa had a somewhat different experience from Miss Kohrbach Imt with the same result as has been the case with thousands of women before Please accept my thanks for the good your Favorite Prescription did me also for the advice sent I had been suffering for some time frcm pain at stated periods and impaired general health when I noticed your advertise ment in one of our papers I decided to write you for advice Received n kind reply telling me just what medi cine to take and giving other advice which was very valuable and which I am sure assisted much in the cure 1 Favorite Prescription and soon felt much better so of course continued its use for some time I would advise every woman in poor health to write to Dr Pierce for advice as he will take an interest in every case submitted to him and will send a kind letter in yours KyleToThe diseases which weaken and torment women may in almost all cases be cured by the use of Dr Tierces Fa vorite Prescription It establishes reg heallliinflammRtionfemale weakness curesI Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Ac i = ijTHE j PIKE Mgr I BOOK SHORTHANDTYPEWRITING 6tslthe preslrIPItion replyRespectfully cept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women shouldbePrescriptionwhenever 0Chas Boyle of Acme La Concordia Parish speaking of his wifes expert ence says benefit Medlcal remediesothers that I have used I thought my wife would die at times now am able medicineoldWeiIt a wonder to the people to see my wife going about with a baby She is able to do her own housework can walk six miles with baby without stopping alldaylIefore using your medicine my wifes weight was 122 Ibs and now sire is 12bottles sbeentroublebyBoykinToThe first of maternity is often followed by a quick convalescence which gives no tint of loss of strength the result of the trying ordeal Youth with its undrained vitality makes for the i happinessHnt adifferenthousehold duties and very often weakness caused by womanly dis ofi r aipreparesproceedDr promotesand sleeplessness and gives a conscious miees of buoyant health It gives great muscular strength and elasticity and makes the babRdventpainless It is unexcelled a strength Riving tonic for mothers during the period of convalescence Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce letter free All correspondence is held strictly private DrRFavorite Prescription makes weak AeceptnoTltlPrescriptioni mostdelicate contain GIVKN A WA Y No HUre is made for Dr Jferees Common Sense Mtd teal Adviser II if sent FREE on receipt of stamps to py exfxnu of mail ing ONLY It is the brit modern medical work containing more than one thottsand large pales of vtluable advice and information Send jt one cent stdrrps for the clothbound volume or only it stamps for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N y 0000000000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000 OrM Ha GABBERT jj- of Elizabethtown Ky e e DISTRICT AGENT FOR o- ii HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK f o THE LARGEST COHPANY IN THE WORLD 3 o This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TOKXAPO tINtjUKANCE riving the inot liberal contract on farm nnd 0 I town property Prompt settlements gimmntcpd in cage of lots Prompt attention given to any platters that may ronie up S I Z J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky i 00000 0000000001001000010000000000000000000000000000 H h w w oJ Fifth Avenue HOTELouisville CAMPBELL is as as IU r cr 4i or 1 The mot centrally located and only llrstclHss hotel In the city making a SSW rule Only otto block from the principal It shopping district and two blocks from jjrlrl the prlneltMtltlllatrcs Ir Street curs passs i thu door to All parts ll- of i the cltv- Everything neat and clean 7 oL I n A BUSINESSEDUCATION1 the young man or young woman who would win success In life This being conrcded It Is of first ImporUuu to get youi K training ut the school the stands In the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY KEEOINO this- medicine purchased experience multiplied practically Seven experienced learners ouch one n sperlullst In Ills line for a beautiful nook giving testimonials from graduates WriteIprominent IKlsltlonsull over the Unltsd Suites It wilt be you FILES School open all year Students can enter at any E J timeILOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES RUSSELLVILLE KY Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903 A boarding school for girls exclusively Pur Six Years of successful w ork A practical education obtained under the very best home and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elecutlon and Ihyslcal Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one specialist In her depart ment Campus largo and beautiful Building a massive brick comfortable well furnished sup plied with bath room and electric lights Rates exceedingly low for the excellent anvantuges and comforts offmd Those Interested are rrqueted to write for a copy of our beautiful catalogue Address the President B E ATKINS l kr 1 i adk wr PZ i r + N 4 u The Breckenridge News 4 4WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1003 BRANDENBURG Mrs Stuart Owiugs and childre hereMrs Beull Guedry spent Sundu witn Mrs Gene Guedry Brandenburg Normal will open the t 1 Monday in August l The picnic at Sulphur Well las Saturday was a small affair Chas CnsperKe Jr spent Tuesday at the Seven Hills Chautauqna Mr and Mrs George Woolfolk nr here for a stay of several weeks Mrs Pearce is visiting in Owens noro and attending the Chantauqua spendlnlstwo weeks with her mother Mrs E Wimp Miss Fannie Pusey Phillips has re turned from a visit to Miss Su Owingsti and Mrs E R Boudurai were guests Sunday of Mrs Anui Biciterstall Elvice Wiuip and Scott Grinnel spent Sunday with Juoge J F Wool folks family Mrs Uhapezo Wathens childrei spent last week with their aunt Mrs t J1 1 W Lewis Miss Livers and Clarence McGalai were guests last Hunauy of Mis Audrey Brown Miss Tennessee Hamilton is In Baltimore with her cousins Lauren and Bless Taylor- A good many from here attondei the SUUlI school convention at Cedar Grove last Friday Mrs Moreman and daugnter Miss Linnie are entertaining relatives and friumls from Louisville Mrs Gene Gnedry bud her children from Fulton Ky are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Hay nes Mr had Mrs Henry Coaley and Mr and Ira Jnuias Dondarant spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Hanoe Ham- iltoni I Mrs Vessels sad her children of e iweneburo have left after n pleasant visit to her sister Mrs David Can ninghhwi Mm Gardiner nail her mother of Irvington are at White Sulphur KpringInd whew Mrs Fon Rhodes oinea them Tuesday Charlie Casjwrke chgjHjroneU a party of young men on the gasoline launch to visit H cave on tbe Indiana shore a few miles above here plea Audrey lirottu Mrs Wui Sanders and her daughter Mrs Jim Jones of Grovelud have returned front a visit to Owensboro Victor Spaulding will return to Corydon Kv Wednesday to attend the institute and to begin his school at that place the first of September The Niagara Falls party returned last weeK very much delighted with their trip They toot in Toronto Buffalo timid several other points of i nterest Miss Mary Taylor is visiting her brother Purc y near Russelville and from there she will go to St Louis to study masse this ensuing full and winter1 The Rev J L Hart is conducting a meeting at Taylorsville He will preach hertviMt Sunday and on the Tuesday night following there will be a lecture reliting to foreign missions by a Japuuesse minister whec a young peoples missionary society will be organized Hardinsburg Stock Notes Himllnsbnrg Ky Aug IS p- ednllr GN Burtof Stephensport conducted horse sale hero last Saturday The hordes were Indian pontes unbroken which he hud purchased in Montana He sold eight heM and the average price is understood to have been about x15 Lost Hair It My hair came out by the handful and the gray hairs began to itcreep in I tried Ayers Hair vigor and it stopped the hair from com ing out and restored the color Mrs M D Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure in offering such a prepara VigorItsuch satisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using such an old and reliable prepara tion itioo a bottle All drujiliti If your tlrucpint cannot auIply you fiend us one dollar aud we will express you a bottle He sure and giro the name of your nearest exlresa olive Address J C AYEIt CO Lowell Mass J 1 j tI nil rW There are a great many hungry hearted t women who would attend a baby sale if babies were ever offered for sale because there area great many wives who love children and have been told by physi clans that they can never hope to nurse a child of their owna Some of these women who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription for the cure of womanly ills have been made happy mothers as a result of the cure of womanly disease and the building up of r the general health Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well It establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflamma tion and ulceration and cures female 9 weaknessI to you some time ago to get Informa FlanIs Dry female weakness and pains Received answer from you advising me to take Doctor Pierce Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Dis covery I took two bottles of Favorite Pre IIecription and found It did me good r had been married four years and had no children now t can say that our house is blessed with a little baby boy born July loth by the help of God and your medicine I praise your mediCine I1hll1lyI You can publish this letter ifyou wish FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt mailingonyISend 21 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the cloth bound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y WAYS OF WINGED WOOERS Incidents Illnxtrnllnsr the Comical Side of haul Life Wooing time brings to the front the comical side of bird life mud method art as varied among our feathered neighbors as among ourselves The ex tretuw of dignified courtship and disreputable scrimmage were shown by two well known burls when the pres once of a rival Intensllled affairs Two purple fluiIies suitors for tile favor of the same sntrrovllke maiden placed themselves on each side about afoot I from her sad offered a mualcal contest First one burst Into rapturous song flying up Into the air feathers Huffed out and snowy breast and rosy shoulders more lovely than ever The solo finished he dropped back to Ills perch and jwlltely waited while his rival poured out his madrigal This alternate display continued several minutes and apimrently the umpire found it hard to choose for she evaded liMIalon by taking illght both suitors following Different was the method of two orchard orioles one In the Immature plumage of the second year the othnr In the full glory of maturity This was n wrangle accompanied by scold Ing and nylon vituperation from begin ning to end If the theory of selection by tine dross be true decision shouldI have been easy but titter a whole days trial the fair one ended It brIa truly feminine scorn of theories eloiv lug with her plainer suitor leaving the gorgeous older to console himself with another bride which lie did before theI sun wont down Colliers WeeklyI When you want physic that is mild and gentle easyto take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes Special Summer Rates Via Chicago Northwestern Ry For round trip tickets during the sum miter season to St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Ashland Waukesha Devils Lake Gogebic Luke 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 Alaska Descriptive phamplets Colorado California and Hints to Tourists giving detailedInforwa tion mailed upon application to W B Kniikern P T M Chicago ill nirilnkln rSarinrnla Eskimo women wear the most cu rious kind of underclothing Its pecul larlty being that It Is made of the skins of birds These skins before be lug sewed together are chewed well ll3 tlfu women In order to make them soft About a hundred skins are re quired to make a shirt and the Inlior of chewing the skins which form tlnir Kirm Mit8 IIs quite enough to account fur the massive well developed Jaws of Eskimo I WOIONIINo rmlitnllnn Seede- dlieThe astrologer described you ex ally and said that I would marry yonSheDont you think it waa a waste of money to consult him Why I could lave told you tho same thing myself If you lord asked meStray Stories Cnnlilnl ThInk of Pillar Teaciier And what happened to Lots wife- ScliolurShe was turned to salt Teacher Into a what of sal- tSeliolarWhyorn sort of Job lot of salt I guess Hxchnngo ills An Why do you say lies n wonderful actor drllt1l1tlcIentertainment nntlHtuully made pee ple think ho enjoyed ltChlengo Post pr J THE CEDARS OF LEBANON Onlr a Few of Tliene Illitorlo Tri Non Ktiunln There are only about 400 cedars of Lebanon now remaining high up on the rocky slopes Hadrian sculptured hIP imperial anathema against all win should cut these sacred trees the Mara nlte peasants almost worship them and call them the cedars of the Lord am a recent governor of the Lebanon has surrounded them by a great wall so that the young shoots may not be in Jtirvtl by roving animals Yet centurj by century their number grows less Hut If the cedars are few In number these fan are of royal blood They are not the largest of trees though some of the trunks measure over forty feet around Their beauty lies In the wide spreading limbs which often cov er n circle 00 or J500 feet in circumfer once Some are tall and symmetrical with beautiful horizontal branches others are gnarled and knotted with inviting seats In the great forks and charming beds on the thick foliage of the swinging boughs The wood has a sweet odor is very hard and seldom decays The vitality of the cedar is remarkable A dead tree Is never seen except whero light ring or the nx has been at work Of ten a great bough of one tree has grown Into a neighbor anti the two are so bound together that It is impos slide to say which Is the parent trunk Perhaps the unusual strength and vitality 1 of the cedars are due to their slow growth When a llttlo sprout hardly waist high Is said to be ten or fifteen or twenty years old one cannot help asking What must be the age of the great patriarchs of the grove It is hard to tell exactly Uy the aid of a microscope I have counted more than 700 rings on a bough only thirty inclines In diameter Those who have studied tho matter more deeply think that some of these trees must be more than a thousand years old Indeed there Is nothing wildly improbable In the thought unit perhaps the Guardian for instance may have been n young tree when Illnim began cutting for the tom pit nt Jerusalem Lewis Guston Leary In Scrlbners Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and CarbunclesCosts Nothing to Try B B BBatonic Blood Balm now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints bolls carbuncles pricking pain in the stein old eating sores ulcers eta Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood sup ply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm is the only cure to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the sKin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that ilonters patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists 1 T6 prove B B B OHMS sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Some Comfort The Fiend Yes sir I have run over nearly ten people with that automo bileJrlnilDitl any of them escape with their lives 1 Oh yes but theyll never be the same againLifeRnpid Action Always think twice before you speakI soil little Tommys mamma Gee now he answered if you do that you must do some pretty fast hlnkln sometimes when you git to goln for paw Chicago IlccordIIer lilt Before we bring happiness to others we must first be happy ourselves nor- x111 happiness abide within us unless ire confer it on others Maeterlinck I lIUMS WAgSJLTHEe r QRDJ WAIThER PEPTONED PInSBURGHPA Wnr There Is besides a pleasure In order n very real fear of disorder A mob afire or a runaway horse arouses a sensation of terror In the spectator quite impart from their potentiality of harm to himself Mere force Is not as is supposed the last argument of man A civilized war would have more ter rors for the stockjobber than the cot tager were It not for the threat of un governed force veiled behind the punc tilio of Christian fighting We are never quite certain of an army The disciplined brigade which nowadays captures the enemys capital ns tender ly ns it would guard its own has nev ertheless the same badges on Its but tons ns those which were fouled with the rape of San Sebastian and the iiiur der of Razelllcs It may drown UP manners at any moment in a torrent or blood and tears anti statesmen and others never forget the fact War 1Is but tho crust of tho volcanoI Fires of unutterable horror hum beneath The very perfection of the discipline which controls them Is evidence of mans dread of disorder for It Is only fear that welds so strongly the furnace doors Blnclcwoods You Know What You Are Taking TonunityilotteI and cureXoTour Sleeping Cars to Colorado Leave Chicago daily through the sum mer on the 1130 pm train Chicago Northwestern Ry Only 250 donble berth Chicago to Denver Best of service Two daily trains Very low rates now in effect Illustrated book let Colorado sent to any address for 4951VineI I FIELD SPORTS t 4 What WALTHERS PEPTONIZED 1 1i PORT i is and doesIl1o It is simply a good honest common sense food tonica combination of 1 rich Port Vine and Pure Pepsin nothing else It is not a cureall or ammedicine for acute or chronic diseases It does not take the place of the doctor It does strengthen weak diges tive organs tones and builds up the impaired impoverished nerves mus cles and blood and promotes a perfect a condition of vigorous health It is a valuable remedy for dyspepsia indigestion and stomach troubles generally for weakened vitality and impaired strength It is a preparation of great t worth for nursing mothers tired women old folks invalids and conva lescents It is highly recommended by physicians and prescribed by them both its constituents being of long i demonstratedworth Two sizes 50 cts and yIOO For Sale By ArR FISHER Cloverport Ky THE BOY JOHN WESLEY No Evidence of Any Iricoclonnnedi In lib IlellKlouH Development Of the nineteen children born to Snm IIUf1hltlI these only three were sons John was thirteen years younger than Samuel nUll six years older that Charles Of his early boyhood only one Incident Is recorded On a February night In 1709 the rectory sects burned The fondly hurrying out In terror left the boy John sleeping In hits attic chamber and he was taken out through a window only an instant before the blazing roof fell In upon hits bed WesleyI always retained a vivid recollection of the scene and more than a halt century later when thinking himself near tenth he composed his epitaph ho de scribes himself a8Ion brand plucked from the burning Ills mother deemed his rescue a prey idential Indication that her son was preserved for some great work and resolved as she says to be more partic ularly careful of tho soul of this child that Thou hast so mercifully provided for There Is however no evidence of anything precocious In the religious development of the boy but only a certain staid overdcllbcratcness which he got from his mother but which to tho more mercurial temperament of the fa ther seemed In a lad not yet In his teens halt amusing and half vexatious Sweetheart said the rector to his wife I profess I think pur boy Jack wouldnt attend to the most pressing necessities of nature unless he could give a reason for ItC T Winchester In Century CA8TORJAn nLo ofII I First Class Meats v ForIPicnicsWe aro prepared to furnish meats for such occasions j I Wo make a feature of this business during tho season and can supply every kind Ofi VI meat needed do it Jitmatter how largo or small 1furnish1 1 ion Just let us know by phoneI or lett- erFred t I May 1 City Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY Zi 1tiles1t i tH t Parental AnnlRtnncr Barnes When I was young my mother always used to sing me to sleepSheddYes women ore good at that sort of thing but it takes the fathers voice to wake n fellow up In the mornii log Boston Transcript s J U- e 1 i GRAN- DMASONIC I i BARBECUE Irvington Ky August 28 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MASONS HOME Several of the most prominent Masons in the State will be present and make addresses Lots Ii of music by Brass and String Bands i F PRE 11VheelbarrowFirst State Bank fi in Gold McGlotblan Piggotf one Recking Chair Jolly Gardner one Fine t R S Bandy one Riding Bridle W E Brown one pair Vogel Bros Shoes HatIIAddress entries to R M JOLLY Irvington Ky DINNER 25c EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED 1e-a u- c