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I- ri M i Ii p l e 1 i I 1 1 i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TOPRINT 1 Ifi9 i9VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY August 26 1903 8 Pages NO 6 ECLIPSED LAST YEARS SUCCESSJ m Every Condition Contributed to Make the Ma sons Second Annual Barbecue a L Big Event FOUR THOUSAND PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE t Tho barbecue given Thursday In- Se llImans Grove just east of the city by Cloverport Lodge No 133 I F A was a big event in severy respect and eclipsed the success of the Masons First Annual Barbecue of last year Every con dition contributed to its success and r a more suitable day for the affair I could not nave been selected Conser vative estimates of the attendance place it between three and four thou sand and the number of outoftown peoplo who came was decidedly great er tuan it was last year Everybody seemed to be having a good time and not afraid to spend their money The best of order was preserved by Marshal Willis and a force of depu ties The day was clear and bright I The Masons took in a big sum of money and were much pleased with the success of the day The merchants did a big business throughout the day and were plensed too The people who attended the barbe cue returned to their homes content ed with the enjoyment of the day and hoping they would have the opportunity to attend the Masons Third Annual Barbecue next year THE PEOPLE WHO CAMK People from the country back of the city began to arrive as early as 7 oclock in the morning and by 10 oclock the vacant lots near the bar becue grounds were literally covered with vehicles of evrey description j The 045 eastbound passenger train over the Henderson Route brought about two hundred people from Skillman Hawesville Cannelton and I other points below here on both sides I ComY mercial Band also came on thisI I train The band made a fine ap pearance in their green uniforms and after marching through town went to the barbecue grounds where throughout the day it delighted the big crowds with a continuous concert of popular airs The excursion over the branch from Fordsville came between 10 and 11 oclock with about 800 people The five conches were full and sos crowded was the train that ma- nytrodo on the steps and between the t I I ImmedlI 1010 westbound passenger train On It came Col Morris B Belknap L Republican nominee for Governor and another crowd of people who could not find room on the excursion train In a private car were Supt t HcCracken of the Henderson Route nnd others from Lonlsvilb t tTHEDINNER J tThelarger part of the crowd that came on the morning trains and drove into town went to the barbecue grounds on reaching the city Nearly TheIi meats which were prepared by those famous caterers Hill John Beaviu and Uncle Dick Carter were excel ently cooked and nicely served FIELD SPORTS AND CONTESTS In the afternoon the races baby show and other contests took place as advertised These attracted much attention and required most of the afternoon TUB Roans IIAt 225 oclock the races began The spectators had previously taken up their positions to see the field sports and were eager for them to bet gin The first race a 50yard da- shtwas won by Joe Champion of Tobins Ind Mr Champion is well n as the fastest runner In this r section of the country and the result of the race was not a surprise The prize for the winner was a pair of fine shoes given by F Fraize The second race a 50yard dash for boys under sixteen years of age was won by Vivian Pierce of this city He easily distanced hit op ponents and was given a target rifle by Conrad Payne Co The potato race and the sack race it e attracted a rood deal of attention and enthusiasm In the potato race Fred Newton of this city was the first to place all bis potatoes in the sacS and received 50 pounds of Golden Crown Flour from Oelze Pate Little Fred Pierce was the victor in the sack race over nine other entries who were all older boys At the first few steps most of thu runners tumbled I over setting the spectators roaring with laughter When twothirds of the course was covered Fred was in the lead and without ever falling won amid great enthusiasm TUB SOAPED PoLE About the time the races began somebody attempted to climb the soap ed pole at the top of which J C Nolte Bro had placed a 500 pair of shoes io be given to the winner A dozen men antI boys amid cheers of enthusiasm and much laughter made unsuccessful attempts to reach the coveted shoes Each one in turn would by hard efforts get a third of the way up and then slide to the ground in despair Finally the successful climber H Blair of near this city reached the shoes and won the praise of the Interested and amused spectators After several had tried to climb the pnleit was thought best to lower the shoes a few feet from the top When this was done Mr Blair climbed higher than anyone else and got the shoes The climbing of the soaped pole was one of the most interesting attractions of the day and drew the attention of every body on the grounds TILE BABY SHOW After the field sports the baby snow took place The age limit was eight een months and the babies were ex hibited on the band stand before three judges and hundreds of specta tors The first prize a solid gold ring given by W B Oelze was awarded to Mr and Mrs J 0 Stevens little daughter of this city and the second prize a bottle of perfumery given by A R Fisher was taken by Mr and Mrs James E Buckebys twin children BRat PRESERVED OLD LADY W T Tilford as was announced on the program was to crown the ugliest man on the grounds with a new hat but no candidate for that honor could be found The best pre served old lady was decided by the judges to be Mrs John McGavock of near this city Mrs McGavock was presented with a pair of gold spectacles by Short Haynes POPULARITY CONTESTS The contest to decide who was the most popular young lady and the most popular farmer on the grounds aroused much interest The Bank of Cloverport had a booth for the first contest and the Breckcncldge Bank for the last Each one cent paid at either booth entitled the voter to one vote Miss Mamie DeHaven received the highest number of votes in the most popular young lady contest and John McGavock in the most popular farmer contest To Miss DeHaven was given 500 in gold by the Banu of Cloverport and Mr Mc Gavook received 1500 in gold from the Breckinridge Bank The total receipts in each contest were donated to Cloverport Lodge No 133 F M A Al THE RUNABOUT RAFFLE y A li00 runabout for 25 centsI This was one of Chas Moormans favorite spells Lead pencils were sold at 25 cents each the purchaser drew a numbered ticket and his name was placed next to that number The tickets were placed in a rotary churn and shaken up Miss Donald Murray was then blindfolded and drew ticket number 071 from the churn Jas E Buckeby had pre viously purchased this ticket and was given the handsome runabout THE END UF TUB If UN The various contests were over about 5 oclock and then the merry making crowd began to leave The- M M si 9 t + excursion train lett on its return trip and Col Belknap and other Louis ville people left on the regular after noon train The Cannelton Commer clal Band did not leave until the 735 evening trait and rendered nn excellent selection just before the train pulled into the depot NOTES Candidates galore Hardinsbnrg turned out in force Are you coming again next year Did you get any confettiIn your mouthHalf a dozen barrels of ice Ovate didnt last long It will be a green spot in the memory of all present Sklllmans Grove is voted the ideal place for a barbecue The hot chocolate and hot coffee stand did a good business Remember the Masons Third An nual Barbecue next year People were here from every town in this section of the State Whistling pigs confetti and the voices of the barkers kept the air alive Everything on the grounds was sold down to the last box of popcorn Signs everywhere Ed Gregory put them up and the merchants got the trade The Masons wore white caps and their wives and daughters wore dainty white aprons Mayor Reid made it fine appearance in his white suit and was pursued by the camera fiend Who enjoyed the barbecue the most Why those who sat side by side upon the big hill Glendeane turned out beautifully More than a hundred came in on the excursion and many by laud The big ice create stand in the cen ter of the grounds drew a large pa tronage Seventy gallons of cream were sold The county candidates were easily recognized by their excellent photo graphs in J D Babbage Jr program and souvenir The Masons presided at the lemonade banana and pop stands and their sis ters wives and daughters daintly served ice cream lemonade candies fruits etcIof bags were bought and thrown in handfuls by the crowd no one caring who tne victim was and everybody laughing when a good throw was made Prof Bert Beavins Great Afro American minstrel show drew the crowd It could be seen half a mile Prof Beavins coat it could be heard nil over the grounds his speil ing for his show Col BelKnap with a pleasant smile and a good word for everybody was entertained by Capt J H Rowland and introduced to scores of prominent Republicans of the county He showed himself to be a man of the people and made many friends dur ing the day The Hon D C Moorman Demo cratic nominee for Representative Matt P Payne Republican nominee for Representative W S Ball Republican nominee for Circuit Court Clerk and Tom J Moore Democratic nominee for Circuit Clerkall were there shaking hands and making friendsThe program and souvenir for the Masons Second Annual Barbecue published and given away by J D Babbage Jr proved of great convenience to those interested in the contests and field sports and of much value as it showed where to best invest your money in Clover portW B Oelze drew the crowd and the trade by having phonographs on the grounds and displaying big signs The baroecue grounds made a beautiful appearance with the big crowd in holiday attire and the white signs and the refreshment stands against the background of the dark green shade trees and hills Pete Schumack an old timer who lived here in the sixties and now re sides in Little Rock Ark was on the grounds greeting old friends and having the time of his life Said he was awful glad to get back to the old town once more and to shake the hands of his may old friends Pete is a little grey but is a well preserve man for his age Confetti is greet sport Whats the matter with the Masons T A wagonload of light bread on the dinner tables No more beautiful grounds any where for a barbecue Never did greyhaired men and greyhaired women enjoy themselves moreLouis Ashley said he come over especially to shake hands with Col Beltcnap It was the remark of everybody that it was the finest looking body of peo pIe and the best humored they ever saw Ell Dean Jesse Moorman and Ferd Owen were some more oldtimers that were present and enjoying the dayProf Powell of Tobinsiiort said it was the finest looking and most orderly crowd of people he ever saw together The Masons are all happy They had a good time and the credit side of their bank account shows about 300 to the better Jim BncKebys twin babies were among the special attractions Two beautiful little girls and as much alike as two peas Alex Hambleton was another old timer who was nil smiles nail having a good time He met many old ac quaintances whom he had not seen in years Jerry Tilford is an ideal conductor He can handle a crowd with as much ease and as good natnredly as any man Handling an excursion train is no easy job- When the community the railroad and the newspaper get in touch with each other and all work together they can make anything a success Cooperation it the key note of sue Jells There were more than a hundred visitors came over on the special from Fordsville Many of them had not been here before in years They all went home delighted with their tilt There were seven hundred and fifty people came in on the excursion from the branch A nice quiet orderly crowd and as fine looking people as ever the sun shined on They all love Cloverporl and never miss an opportunity to visit the old townIt an oldfashioned reunion for many of the older citizens who had not met each other for years To a reporter for The Herald a trainmaster at the Seventh street depot said last evening that never in the history of the Middle West had the traveling public been so largo as during the last summer and gave the high tide of prosperity at present enjoyed by the country as the cause Last Thursday he said a mew orable weekday record was established when an excursion train over the Henderson Route carried 750 people from Fordsville to Cloverport Monday a Louisville Herald- L J Irwin G P A of the Hen derson Route Mrs McCracken Mrs Bullitt and Misses Alice Cooms and Addle G Ditto accompanied Supt McCracken on his private car The Best Prescription for Malaria TastelessTonlrIt PayPriceTroops For Vest Point Maneuvers The list of troops to attend the army maneuvers at West Point has been completed It includes two regiments of the regular infantry three battteries of the artillery twen ty troops of cavalry a detachment of engineers and members of the sig nael corps The regulars will include the entire garrisons at Chickamauga Park Chattanooga and Jefferson Bar racks St Louis A National Guard representation will include one regiment of Wiscon sin infantry three regiments of in fantry and a battalion of artillery of Michigan two regiments of Ken tacky infantry and one batallion of Kentucky artillery three regiments of Indiana infantry and one battallion of Indiana artillery The dates of the encampment are September 20 to October 10 FOLEYSUONEYwTAR tops thecoughand heals lung ST ROMUALDS CONSECRATIONT- akes Place Next Thursday Ursuline Sisters School Begins Next Monday OTHER IIARDINSBURG ITEMS HiirdinsburgKy ADS 25Special The consecration of the beautiful St Rouiunlds church will take place next Thursday The Rev Thomas ODonoughue of Indianapolis assisted by several other visiting clergy will conduct the impressive services The public generally is invited to be present It will be a great event in the history of the church The Ureuiine Sisters arrived here last week They will open their school next Monday Has Position In Alabama Hardinsburg Ky Aug 25Speet- al Joe Ball of Louisville was down Sunday visiting Ins mother and other relatives He will go to Birm ingham Ala this week where he has accepted a position with the L N Railroad Company Castle of Highland Nobles finrilinsbnrg Ky Aug 2i Sp- eInlWOI L Popham of Louisville has succeeded It organizing a Castle of the Highland Nobles The first meet ing will be held on Monday evening August ttl in the Masonic lodge rdom Fine Entertainment Hnrdinsbnrg Kv Aug 28peol- alThe entertainment given at the City Hall on last Friday night by Germaine the magician was very tine indeed All who attended said it was the bust they had ever seen anywhere The entertainments of the Hardinsburg Lyceum are always firstclass and should be patronized by more people Puts an End to It Ml- A grevions wail of times conies as a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs Dizzness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanKs to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it they are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by Short Haynes Drug Store Seven Hills Chatauqua Over The Seven Hills Chautauqua at Owensboro closed Thursday night in a blaze of glory after a most succes ful session of fourteen days Satur day saw the biggest crowd of the session twelve thousand people pass ing through the turnstiles Many Cloverport people attended the Chau tauqua and were highly pleased with its great educational features win Conduct Hancock Institute Prof M H Newton of Owensboro has been engaged to conduct the Han cock county teachers institute which will begin next Monday at Hawes ville Prof Newton conducted this institute last year in a very satis factory manner New Churches at Qlendeane Glendeane Ky August 25Spec- falThe Baptist church at this place has been completed and the founda tion of the Methodist church is being laidIt has not been announced yet when the dedicatory sermon of the Baptist church will be preached CASl T O I3 I E1 Bean the Signatureof iha KiuI You Hava Always Baud Attracting Large Crowds The mission boat Mcgiddo Is attract ing large crowds at Owensboro Citpt L T Nichols says the worM is more irreligions than it was when he was a boy and that the Lord is near at hand He also says that Adam was not the first man created and has ex plained that the ark contained more than one window The services con ducted by Capt Nichols and his band of eightythree followers are very novel and interesting The boat will remain at Owensboro two or three weeks when it is expected to continue its way up the Ohio s EACH WON A SILK BANNER Both Meade and Breckenridge r SundaySchools Rewarded For Good Work DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION I Gaston Ky Aug 2SpecialThe State Sundayschool Coaven tion adjourned in Lexington Thursday evening after the most successful session ever held in the history of Kentucky The noble band of volun teer soldiers for Christ the cream of the State thrilled the audlencess with brief accounts of work aone and the great international workers who had traveled many miles to attend spoke words of cheer and encouragement One of the most striking things was the great number of men and women busy in their secular a voca tions who told of marvelous work done by then in the Sundayschool cause One young merchant who had a small room used as a kind of holy of holies had in the past year through his personal efforts seen fwentynine young men confess Christ This example shows the great value of personal effort and contact There were 570 delegates present at the convention and with all these workers thoroughly aroused to the importance of the great work to be done Kentucky will soon be in the first ranks There were six delegates from Meiide county and still more tram Breokenndge county and all came home so full of enthusiasm that the Sunday school will no doubt take on new life The State Executive Committee in recognition of the good work done in reaching are quired standard presented to all such counties a silk banner on which is the inscription By this sign conquer Meade and Breckenridge counties each is the proud possessor of one oftnese banners arid the coun ty secretary of ach county will take pleasure in exhibiting this trophy to- ell the schools in the county as all the schools did their part in helping to rearm this standard Among those who attended the con vention at Lexington from Brecken ridge and Meade counties were T B Henderson Robert Bell F B Coleman and wife Mrs Lula Parks Misses Ermine Mnuford and Blanche Tolly C C Smith and daughter Nellie of Breickenridge county and Misses Eva Carrigan Ethel Bennam Ethel Fairleigh and Messrs H L Bell C W Lewis and Henderson of M ade county DeWitt Is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Wi ten Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to Its many cures has caused numerous worth less counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by All Druggist Wedding at Webster Webster Ky Aug 2ISpecial- Mr Hardin Pollock and Miss Tavia Chism were married here last Sunday at the the brides father Win Chism they Rev J C Arga bright ofilciating They left immedi ately for their future home near Ray mond What Holds The Future For Me Rev T F Walton will preach in the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian church Sunday August 00 at 11 oclock a in Subject What Holds the Future for MeT No service in the evening Buys Fine Pair of Mules Guston Ky Aug 2LSpecial1- V A Bassett sheriff of Meade county purchased last week of H L Bell a pair of matched mare mules nearly sixteen bands high four years old next springy for s300 He bought them to use on his fine farm near Irvington try r iiw r r c r Eat all You Want Persons troubled with indigestion Or Dyspepsia cnn eat all they want if they will take Kodo Dyspepsia Care This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and Assimilation of all of the wholesome food that many be eaten and enables to the digestive organs to transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by Al Druggists 0THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposits at follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 monthsr Send us a check and in return we will issue a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable torahl theyare worth + 3rd St Opposite Court House B II POINDEXTER Cashier t Je L MOORMAN DENTISTO- mce over Oelzeg Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta 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MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE There Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouUvillc Ky January jj teat MEAT MALT CO Louisville KT Gentlemen llirin examined ynur Meat and Milt withitsnttate that It is an efficient Curve and blood lonk It I andIs11 dueauiatttndcd with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D LouUrille College of Pharmacy NEAT ri MALT 00 Louttswltf Kjr n GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCIIEON t Copyright IfOt by Herbert S Stone lt1o +H11oHH Uoo41 t CHAPTER XXI FROM A WINDOW AllOVE HE longest month lit Lorry s lire WilY that which followed his romantic light from the tower To his liii ntlont mind the days were irksome WOOKB Tile roll monastery was worse than n prison lIe looked from Its windows ns u con vict looks through his bars always hoping always disappointed With each of the infrequent visits of Cnp tain Qulunox his heart leaped at the prospect of liberty only to sink deeper In despair upon the receipt of emphatic though kindly assurances that the time had not yet come for him to leave the haven of safety Into which he had been thrust by loving 11111118ITh + prior was kind to him Every thing that could be done to provide comfort where comfort was n stranger was employed In his behalf lIe lived well until his appetite deserted hint He hind no questions to answer for 110I one cashed why he was there he hud no danger to fear for no foe know where he lived From the city came the promise of ultimate escape verbal messages trout those who loved him news of the world till at long inter vals however Qulnnoxs visits were like sunbeams to him The dashing captain mule only at night and In ills guise He bore verbal messages n wiseI precaution against mishap Not once did he bring a word of love trout the princess an omission which mused the fugitive deepI misery until n rny of Intelligence showed him that she could not glue to Qulunox till speeches from her heart proud woman that she was Anguish sent words of choer with commands to be patient He never failed to tell him through Qulnnox that he was doing nil In his power to llnd the real murderer mud that he had the secret cooperation of the old police captain Of course the hidden wan heard of the reward and the frenzied search prostrated by both principali ties Ho laughed1 byterlcally over the deception that wins being practiced by the blue eyed slender woman who held the key to the situation in her keeping- It was not until the tight of time ISth of November that Qulnnox continued his furs by telling him of the condi tions Imposed by Prince llolaro For some reason the young olllcer hud de ceived Lorry In regard to the all Im portant mutter The American repeat wily hail bogged for Information about the fatal 20th but on all previous occa sleds his visitor doggedly maintained a show of ignorance vowing that he knew nothing of the circumstances Finally Lorry completely out of pa timer and determined to know the true state of affair soundly upbraided htm and sent wonl to the princess that If slip did not acquaint him with the in side facts he would leave the moms tery and And them out for himself This authoritative mesoage brought Qulnnox buck two tights later with the full story of the exciting conference Site implored him to remain where ho was and asked his forgiveness for hav ing kept the ugly truth front him Qulnnox added to his anguish by has tilt Informing him that there was a possibility of succor from another prin cipality Prince Gabriel he said not knowing that he was cutting his lis tener to time heart was dally with time princess and It was believed that he was ready to loan Graustark sutllclent money to meet the demand of Itolaroz The mere thought that Gabriel was with her aroused the fiercest resent ment fu Lorryj breast As he paced his narrow room dis tractedly a horrid thought struck him so violently that he cried aloud and staggered against the wall his eyes fixed on the face of the startled soldier Perhaps she might submit to Gabriel for In submitting she could save not only Graustark but the man she loved Tip sncrtfltebat no he would not be Move that such nllllctlon could come to her Marry Glt hrh the man who had planned to seize her and make her his wanton He ground his teeth and glared nt Qulnnox as If he were the object of hits hatred his vicious jealousy The captain stepped backward In sudden alarm Dont be nfrald Lorry cried say agely Im not crazy Its your news your news Does sho expert me to stay up Lore while that state of affairs exists down there Let me see this Is the 18th and day after tomorrow is the 20th There is no time to be lost taptuin Qulnnox I shall accompany you when you leave St Valentines to night Impossible exclaimed Qumnox 1 cannot allow that sir My Instruc tions are to Hang your Instructions All the in structions on earth cant compel me to sit up here and see this sacrifice made I nm determined to sir her and put n tlou to the whole affair It Is What I Sick Headache Food doesnt digest well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 25c All druggists beutUItlbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE It en 0 Dn O R p Mt a te Whiskers I t11 DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache Kidneysbladder Alol Rheumatism Back- acheIleartDlseasebravel Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary wrlto Dr 1cnncr lie has spent a life Limo curing Just such cases us yours All consultations Free I suffered 10 years with backache and kid ney trouble Tried a great many physicians without relief Dr Fenners Kidney and Back ache Cure is the only Remedy that ever helped me and after using only two bottles I feel en tirely cured Have no pain or ache of any kind Miss ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists Me tl Ask for Cook Book Fncfl For Sale fly Short l Haynes fearcu would come to pass sue is win tug to sacrifice herself or halt her king dom one or the other In order that I may escape Its not right captain Its not right and Im going to stop It How soon can we leave this place He was pacing the floor happy in the decision he hud reached notwithstand lug the danger It promised You are mad sir to talk like this pprotested theother despairinglyI Edel weiss swarms with Axphaln soldiers our own men are on the alert to win the great rewardl You cannot go to the city Wlion a safe time comes you will be taken from this phice into the mountains Instead of through the city and given escort to Dassas 100 miles east That step will not be taken until the way is IperfectlyI clear I toll you sir you cannot hope to escape If you leave the monastery now The mouse talus are full of soldiers every night I didnt say anything about an es cape dill I On the contrary I want to give myself up to her Then she can have Gabriel thrown over the castle wall and say to Roluroz Here is your man Ive gained the ten years of grace Thats the point Qulnnox Cant you see It And I want to say to you now Im going whether you consent or refuse Id Just as soon be In Jail down there as up here anyhow The only favor I have to ask of you Is that you do the best you can to get me safely to her I must talk with her before I go back to the tower Goo help me sir I cannot take you to her groaned Qulnnox trying to control his nervous apprehension I hue sworn to her that I will keep you front nil harm and It would be to break faith with her If I led you tutu that mob down there I respect your oath my friend but I am going Just the same Ill see her f implore iou to be eon ldcTtlle too If I have to shoot every man who attempts to prevent me Im desperate man desperate Shes everything In tlHMVorld Jo me and Ill die before Ill see her suffer Qulnnox calmly placed his hands on the others shoulders and looking him in the eye said quietly Her suffering now is as nothing compared to what It will be if you go back to time tower You forgett how much pain sue is enduring to avoid that very suffering If you earn for my mistress sir add no weight to the bur don she already carries Remain here as she desires You can be of no serv ice down there I implore you to be considerateIt eloquent appeal and it struck home Lorry wavered but his resolution would not weaken lIe argued first with Qulnnox thou with himself finally returning to the reck less determination to brave nIl and save her from herself The soldier begged him to listen to reason 1m plored him to reconsider at last turn ing In auger upon the stubborn Amer ican with u torrent of maledictions Lorry heard him through and quietly unswervingly announced that he was ready to leave the monastery at anytime his guide cured to depart Quln nox gavo up in despair at this gazing hopelessly at the man he hud sworn to protect who Insisted on placing his bend In the lions Jaw He sat down at the window and murmured dejectedly What will she say to mewhat will she say to me I shall exonerate you captain She can Lute no fault to find with your notion after I have told her how loyal you Lire and howhowwell how un reasonable I am said Lorry kindly You way never live to tell her this sir Thou what is to become of me I could toot look her In the face again I could only die Dont be so faint hearted QulnnoxI cried Lorry stimulated by the desire to be with her recognizing no obstacle that might thwart him in the effort Well get through safe and sound and well untangle u toy complications c ti c u ocions We rcacn me eim ot the virus mlnelrorto her before everything is lost The fear that site way marry Gabriel will drive me mad If I am left here an other night Come Let us prepare to start We must notify the abbot that I am to go I can be ready In five minutes Ye gods think of what she may be sacrificing for me Lorry soon was attired In the guards uniform he had worn from the tower a month before Ills pistol was in his Docket and the bnnlh of violets she iac sent to aim that very TJghl was pinned defiantly above his heart Quln nox smiled when he observed this bit of sentiment and grimly informed him that he was committing an act prohibited in Dungloss disciplinary rules Olllcers on duty were not to wear nosegays Dungloss will not see my violets By tho way the moon shines brightly doesnt IU It is almost as light as day Our trip is made extremely hazardous for that reason I am sorely afraid rash sir that we cannot reach the castle unseenWe must go about It boldly thats nil Has it occurred to you sir that you are placing me In n terrible position Whnt excuse can I have a captain of the guard for slinking about at night with a man whom I am supposed tracking to earth Discovery brand me as a traitor I cannot royalI the charge without exposing her highnessLorry turned cold He hind not thought of this alarming possibility But his ready wit came again to his relief and with bright confident eyes he swept away the obstacle If discovered you are at once to proclaim me n prisoner take the credit for having caught me and claim the reward In that case you will not go to the castle but to tho tower Not If you obey orders The offer of reward says that I mtjst bo delivered to the undersigned You will take me to her and not to the tower Qulnnox smiled and throw up his hands as if unable to combat the quick logic of his companion Together they made their way to the priors cell afterward to the abbots apartment It was barely 11 oclock and he had not retired He questioned Qulnnox closely bade Lorry farewell and blessed him sent Ids benediction to the princess and ordered them conducted to the gates Ten minutes later they stood outside the well the great gates having been closed sharply behind them Above them hung the silvery moon full and bright throwing its refulgent splendor over the mountain top with all the brilliancy of day Never before had Lorry seen the moon so accursedly bright Gad It Is like day he exclaimed As I told you sir agreed the other reproof in his voice We must wait until the moon goes down It wont do to risk it now Can we not go somewhere to keep warm for an hour or so There isa cave farther down the mountain Shall we take the chance of reaching It By all moths I cant ondure the cold after being cooped up for so longThey followed tho winding road for some distance down the mountain com ing nt last to a point where a small path branched off It was the path leading down the side of the steep overlooking the city and upon that side no wagon road could be built Seven thousand feet below stretched the sleeping moonlit city Standing out on the brow of the mountain they seemed to be the only living objects in the world There wits no sign of life above below or beside them How long should we be in making the descent asked Lorry a sort of terror possessing him as he looked from the dizzy height Into the ghostlike dimness below Throe hours If you are strong And how are we to get Into the can tle I hadnt thought of that There Is a secret entrance said Qulnnox maliciously enjoying the in sistent ones acknowledgment of weak ness If we reach It safely I can take you under ground to the old dungeons beneath the castle It tray be some time before you con cuter the halls above for the secret passage Is guard ed Jealously There are but five people who know of Its existence Great confidence Is placed In you I see and worthily I am sure How is It that you are trusted so implicitly I inherit the confidence The captain of the guard is born to his post tion My ancestors held the place be fore me and not one betrayed the trust The firstborn In the last ten gen orations has been the captain of the guard in the royal palace possessing all Its secrets I shall bo the first to betray the trust and for a man who is nothing to me I suppose you consider me selfish and vile for placing you in this posi tion said Lorry somewhat contritely No I have begun the task and I will complete It come what may an swered the captain firmly You are the only being in the world for whom I would sacrifice my honor voluntarily eavoone I have wondered why you were never tempted to turn traitor to the princess and claim the fortune that is represented In the reward Not for 5000000 gavvos sir By George you are a faithfulI lot Dangloss AllodeI and Ogbot and your self four honest men to whom she trusts her life her honor You belong to a rare species and I am proud to know you The stealthy couple found the cave and spent an hour or more within its walls sallying forth after the tardy darkness had crept down over the mountain nod into the peaceful vnllav Then began the tortuous flcscent Quin nox In the lead they walked crawled and ran down the narrow path bruised scratched and aching by the time they reached the topmost of the summer houses along the taco of the mountain After this walking was easier but stcalthlness made their progress slow Frequently as they neared the base they were obliged to dodge behind houses or to drop Into the ditcheo by the roadside In order to avoid patrolling police guards or Ax liholn sleutubounds At last stiff and sore they stole Into the narrow streets of Edelweiss Lor ry glanced back and shivered al though the air was warm and balmy lIe hud truly been out of the world Not until this Instant did he fully ap preclate the dread that possesses a man who is being hunted down by tireless foes Never did mans heart go out In gratitude and trustfulness as did his toward time strong defender whose sinewy arm ho clasped as If In terrorYou understand what this means to me said Qulnuox gravely as they paused to rest She will call me your murderer and curse me for my miser able treason I am the first to disbon or the name of Qulnnox CHAPTER XXII OIIENFALL LOBBYS ron T lIE Princess Yctlve had not flinched a hairs breadth from the resolution formed on that stormy night when she sacri fired pride and duty on till altar 01 love and Justice Prince Bolarozs ulti matum overwhelmed her but she arose from the wreckage taint was strewn about her conscience nod remained loyal steadfast and true to the man In the monastery To save hula life was all site could hope to accomplish and this she was bound to do at any cost She could be nothing to him not even friend So long as he lived ho would be considered the murderer of Lorenz anti until the end n price would hang over his head She Princess of Grau stark hud offered n reward for him For that reason he was always to he a fugitive and she 1 least of nil could hope to see him There hind been a brief happy dream but It was swept away by the unrelenting rush of real ity The mere fact that she and site alone was responsible for his flight placed between them nn unsunnount able barrier Clinging tenaciously to her purpose Site was stll cognizant of the debt she owed the trusting loving people of Gruustark One word from her could avert the calamity that was to fail AliiGrnustllrkher To undeceive theta would be to administer a shock from which they could never recover Her highness1 manner was at all times frank and untroubled She was arjparently light hearted Her cheeks had lost none of their freshness Her eyes were bright Her smile was quick and merry her wit unclouded Recep flouts drawing rooms and state tune tions found her always vivacious so much so that her court wondered not a little Dally reports brought no news of the fugitive but while others wore uvbiiuiiii in acquire tae haggard air of worry mud uncertainty she was calmlyI resigned The loth the ICth the 17th the ISth and now the 10th of November come anti still the princess revealed no marked sign of distress Heavy hearted and with bowed heads tube people of Graustark saw the lath fade In tie night the breaking of which would bring the crush of pride the end of power At court there was the silent dread and the dying hope that relief might come nt the last lunar Men with pale faces and tearful eyes wandered through the ancient castle speechless nerveless miserable Brave soldiers crept about shorn of pride and filled with woe Citizens sat and stared aimlessly for hours thinking of naught but the disaster so near at hand and so unavoidable The whole nation surged as if in the last throes of death To morrow the potency of Graustark was to die Its domaIn was to be cleft in twain disgraced before the world And on the throne of this ulUlcted land sat the girl Yetlvo proud ten der courageous Tomorrow would see the north torn from the south the divii sion of families the rending of homes the bursting of hearts She sanctioned all this because she loved Lorry and because he bad done no wrong Aware of her financial troubles and pursuing the advantage that his rivals death had opened to him Prince Ga briel of Dawsbergen renewed his ardent suit Scarce had the body of the murdered prince left the domain before he made his presence marked Knowing that he was In truth the toys terious Michael who had planned her abduction she feared and despised him yet dared make no public denuncia tion As Duwsbergen was too power ful fo be antagonized at this criticalI time she was constantly forced to sub mit to the most trying and repulsive of ordeals Tact and policy were required to control the violent hot blooded young ruler from the south Day aft er day he haunted the castle persist ent In his efforts to Induce her to accept his proposition So fierce was his passion so implacable his desire that ho went among the people of Ethel weiss presenting to them his proposal hoping thereby to add public feeling to his claims He tried to organize a committee of citizens to go before the princess with the petition that his otter be accepted and the country saved But Graustark was loyal to Its prin cess Not one of her citizens listened to the wily prince and more than one told him or his emissaries that the loss of the whole kingdom was preferable to the marriage he desired The city sickened at the thought Ills last and master stroke In the struggle to persuade came on the after noon of the 10th at an hour when nil Edelweiss was in gloom and when the 4 princess was taxed to tae point Trncre the mask of courage was so frail that III she hide her bleeding 4 behind HItBolaroz of Axphaln to quote from tho news dispatch was in Edelweiss a 1 guest with a few of his lords In tho castle North of the city were en camped 5000 men He had come pro pnred to cancel the little obligation or fifteen years standing With the hated creditor In the castle his Influence hov ering above the town the populace distracted bT the thoughts of the day to what he consldcone Gabriel played Bred his best card He asked for and obtained a final interview with Yetlve not In her boudoir or her reception room but In the throneroom where she was to meet Bolaroz in the morn IngThe princess seated on her throne awaited the approach of the resource ful tenacious suitor Ho came and be hind him strode eight stalwart men bearing n long Iron bound chest theIresult of his effort with his bankers h Yetlvo and her nobles looked In sur prise on this unusual performance Dropping to his knee before the throne Gabriel said his voice trembling slight ly with eagerness and fear Your highness tomorrow will seethe turning point In the history of two possibly three nntionsGraustark Ax phaln and Dawsbergen I have Includ ed my own land because Its ruler Is most vitally interested lIe would servo and save Graustnrk as you know timid he would satisfy Axphnln It is In ray power to give you aid at this last trying hour and I Implore you to listen to my words of sincerest friendshipyes adoration Tomorrow you are to pay to Prince Bolaroz over 23000000 gavvos or relinquish the en tire north half of your domain I un derstnnd the lamentable situation You can raise no more than lOOOOOO and you are helpless He will grant no ex tension of time You know what I have proffered before 1 come today to repeat my friendly offer timid to give nnuiiostloiiod bond ns to my ability to r V 1 Go 1 will not hair you carry It out If you agree to accept the loan I extend 10000000 gavvoa for fifteen years at the usual rate of III terest you can on tomorrow morning place in the land of Axphaln when ho makes his forums demand tile full amount of your Indebtedness In gold i Rlcardo open the chest j An attendant threw open the lid of the chest It was filled with golfi colas This box contains 100000 gawo There are in your halls nine box holding nine times ns much ns you si here and there are nine times as mac all told on the way This Is an es dence of my good faith Hero is tl gold Pay Bolaroz and owe Gabrli the greatest happiness that could con to him There was a dead silence after thttheatrical action The interest on this loan Is not n you ask I understand said Ilulfoi slowly his black eyes glittering Y j ask something that Gruusturk cane and will not barterthe hand of it sovereign If you are willing to tank this loan naming a talc rate of interest withdrawing your proposal o marriage we can come to an agree ment Gabriels eyes deadened with disappointment his breast heaved and hilt lingers twitched- I have the happiness of your soy ereign at heart as much as my own lie said She shall never want for devotion she shall never know a painYou are determined then to adhereIto your original proposition demand ed the count She would have married Lorenz to save her land to protect her people Am I not as good as Lorenz Why not give began Gabriel viciously but Yeti se arose and with gleaming eyes and flushing checks Interrupted him Go I will not hear ounot ono word lIe passed from the room without an other word Her court saw her stand- Ing straight and immovable her white face transfigured CHAPTER XXIII THE VISITOIt AT MIDNIGHT B FLOW the castle and Its tressed occupants in a dIsII damp little room Grenfnll ry lived n year In a day the night of tho 18th or rather near CaptainQulnnoxous streets of Edelweiss to the secret passage and he was safe for the time being The entrance to the passage openIngparkA ed that it defied detection led to a set of starts which in turn took one to n I CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 i I The Breckenridge News W itVEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1- 003Graustark Continued From Page 2 IUIIB narrow passage Tats cnoca in j n stairway fully a quarter of a mile from Its beginning Ascending this stairway one came to a secret panel through which by pressing n spring the Interior of the castle was reached Tho location of the panel was In one of the recesses In the wall of the chap el near the nltar It was In this chap el that Yetlve exchanged her male at tire for a loose gown weeks before and the servant who saw her come from the door ut an unearthly hour In the morning believed she had gone them to seek surcease from the troublest t which oppressed her Lorry was Impatient to rush forth from his place of hiding and to end all suspense but Qulnnox demurred lie begged the eager American to remain in the passage until the night of the 10th when all things going well he 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trouble Mantlon this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mst ke hut remember the name SwampHoot fir Kilmers Swamp t Root and the address Binghamton N l- on every bottle it not a little at niS peculiar mariner And so it was that Lorry chafed and writhed through a long day of suspense and agony Quinnox hud brought to the little room some candles food and bedding but ho utilized only the for mer The hours went by and no sum molts called him to her side What was to become of him What was to be the end of this drama What would the night the morrow bring aboutIt 9 oclock In the evening when Quinnox returned to the little room The waiting one had looked at his watch a hundred times hud run In stately up aud down the passage in quest of the secret exit hud shouted nloud in the frenzy of desperation Have you seen her he cried grasp ing the newcomers hand I have but before God I could not tell her what I had lIonel Your visit will be a surprise I fear a shock Then how am I to see her Fool Am I to wait here forever Have patience I will take you to her tonight aye within an hour To morrow morning she signs away the northern provinces anti her Instrill tions are that she Is not to be disturbed tonight Not even will she SOP the Countess Dagmar after 0 oclock It breaks my heart to see the sorrow that abounds In the castle tonight Her highness insists on being alone and Basset the new guard has orders to admit no one to her apartments He Is ill and I have promised that a sub stitute shall relieve hint at 11 oclock You are to be the substitute Here Is a part of an old uniform of mine and here Is a coat that belonged to Dan nox who was about your size Please exchange the clothes you now have on for those I apprehend no trouble In reaching her door for the household is In gloom and the halls seem barren of life He throw the bundle on a chair and Lorry at once proceeded to don the contents In a very short time ho wore instead of the cellkeopers garments n neat fitting uniform of the royal guard He was trembling violently chilled to the bone with nervousness as they be gnu the ascent of the stairs loading to the chapel The crisis In his life he felt was near nt land Under the stealthy hand of Qulnnox the panel opened and they listened in tently for some moments There was no one in the dimly lighted chapel so thy made their way to the door at the opposite end Before unlocking the door the captain pointed to a lance which stood against the wall near by You are to curry that lance he said briefly Then lie cautiously peer ed forth A moment later they were in the broad hull boldly striding to ward the distant stairway Lorry had been instructed to proceed without the least sign of timidity They passel several attendants in the hall and heard Count Halfonts voice In conver sation with some one in an anteroom As they neared the broad steps who should come tripping down but Harry Anguish He saluted Quinnox and walked rapidly down the corridor evi dently taking his departure lifter n call on the countess There goes your bo stoes51d tile captain grimly It had required nil o Lorrys self possession to restrain the cry of Joyful recognition Up the stair case they went meeting several Indies and gentlemen coming down and were soon before the apartments of the prim cess A tall guard stood In front of the boudolllIoor This is your relief Basset You may go said Qulnnox and with a careless glance at the strange soldier the sick man trudged off down the hull glad to seek his bed Is she there whispered Lorry dizzy and faint with expectancy Yes This may menu your death and mine sir but you would do It Will you explain to her how I came to play her false She shall know the truth good friendAfter I have gone twenty paces down the hall do you rap on the door She may not admit you nt first but do not give up If she bid you enter or asks your mission enter quickly and close the door It is unlocked She may swoon or scream and you must prevent either If possible In an hour I shall return and you must go buck to the passage Never I have come to save her and her country and I intend to do so by surrendering myself this very night- I had hoped to dissuade you But sir you cannot do so tonight You for get that this visit compromises her True I lead forgotten Well Ill go back with you but tomorrow I am your prisoner not your friend Be careful cautioned the captain as he moved away Lorry feverishly tapped his knuckles on the panel of the door and waited with motionless heart for the response It cams not and he rapped harder a strange fear itrting Into his mind Well came from within the voice lie adored Impetuous haste marked his next movement Ho daubed open the door sprang inside and closed It quickly the was sitting before her escritoire writing and looked tip surprised and annoyedI not to be disturbed oh She staggered to her feet and was In his arms before the breath of her ex clamation had died away Had ill not supported her she would have dropped to the floor Ifgr hands her face were like Ice her breast was pulseless and there was the wildest terror in her eyesMy darling my queenl he cried passionately At last I am with you Dont look at me like that It is really II could not stay away I could not permit this sacrifice of yours Speak 10 mot Do sot store like that Her wide blur eyes slowly swept his face piteous wimdce and doubt Btrusellug In their depths ad Am 1 awake sue rnurrnureu touin ing his face with her bewildered ques tioning hands Is It truly you A smile illumined her face but her Joy was short lived Au expression of terror came to her eyes and there was agony in the fingers that clasped his arm Why do you come hereT she cried It is madness I How and why came you to this room He laughed like a delighted boy and hastily narrated the events of the past twentyfour hours ending with the trick that gave him entrance to her roomAnd all this to see lIIe1 silo whis pered To see you and to save you I hear that Gabriel has been annoying you and that you ore to give up half of the kingdom tomorrow Tell me everything It is another reason for my coming Sitting beside him on the divan she told of Gabriels visit and his dismissal the outlook for the next day and then sought to convince him of the happi ness It afforded her to protect him from an undeserved death He obtain ed for Quinnox the royal pardon and lauded him to the skies So ravishing were the moments so ecstatic the son sations that possessed them that nei ther thought of the consequences If he were to be discovered In her room this guised as one of her guardsmen He forgot the real import of his reckless visit until she commanded him to stand erect before her that she might see what manner of soldier he was With a laugh he leaped to his feet and stood before herattention She leaned back among the cushions and surveyed him through the glowing impassioned eyes which slowly closed as If to shut out temptation You are n perfect soldier she said her lashes parting ever so slightly No more perfect than you he cried She remembered with confusion her own masquerading but It was unkind of him to remember it Her allusion to his uniform turned his thoughts Into the channel through which they laid been surging so tiirbulently up to the moment that found him tapping at her door lIe had not told her of his de termination and the task grew hanlor as he saw the sparkle glow brighter and brighter In her eye You are a brave soldier then she substituted It required courage in onto to Edelweiss with hundreds of men ready to seize you nt sight n muck of bloodhounds I should have been a miserable coward to stay up there while you are so bravely facing disaster 1110110 down here I mine lo help you as I should But you tam do nothing dear and you only make matters worse by coot lug to me I have fought so hard to overcome the desire to bo IICIlJou I have struggled against myself for days and days and I hind won the battle when you nine to pull my walls of strength down about my ears Loot On my desk Is a letter I was writing to you No you shall not road It No one shall ever kwon what it contains She darted to the desk snatched up the sheets of paper sad held them over the waxed taper He stood In the mid die of the room n feeling of Intense desolation settling down upon him How could he lose this woman Tomorrow night Quinnox Is to take you from the monastery anti conduct rem are a pen Jcct soldier she nald you to a distant city It has all been planned Your friend Mr Anguish is to meet yqu in three days and you are to hurry to America by way of Athens This was a letter to you In It I said many things and was trying to write farewell when you came to this room Ach what perft you are In here You are innocent hut nothing could save you The proof la too strong Mlzrox has found a man who swears ho saw you enter Loroius room What a damnable lie cried Lorry lightly I was not near his room But you can see what means they will adopt to convict you You are doomed IIf caught by my men or theirs I cannot save you again You know now that I love you Could you not nave been content with that last gooa by nt the monastery It Is cruel to both of us to me especially that wo must hero the parting again She had gone to the divan and now dropped limply among the cushions rest Ing tier head on her hun I was determined to see you ho said They shall not kill me nor are you to sacrifice your fathers domain Worse than allI feared that you might yield to GabrielI Ach You insult mo when you say that I yielded to Lorenz because I thought It my duty and because 1 dared not adult to myself that I loved you But Gabriel Ach she cried scornfully Grenfall Lorry I shall marry no mot You I love but you I cannot marry It Is folly to dream of it even as a possibility When you go from Gruustark tomorrow nsht you tans III utfiin rv 111 fly joiii vuu you I shall never see you again God help me to say thisl shall never allow you to see me again I tell you I could not bear It The weakest nm the strongest of Gods creations is wo man She started suddenly half rls Lug Did tiny one see you come to my room Was Quinnox sure Wo passed people but no one knew me I will go If you are distressed over my being here It is not that not that Some spy may leave seen you I have n strange fear that they suspect me and that 1 am being watched Where is Captain Quinnox 1 lIe said he would return for me in an hour The time Is almost gone How It huts flown Yotlve Yetlve I will not give you up he cried sink lug to his knees before liar You must you shall You must 11 back to the monastery tonight Oh how I prey that you may reach It In safety Anti you must leave this wretched country at once Will you see If Quinnox Is outside the door lie quick I am mad with tent that you 111113 be found here that you stay be taken before you can return to St Val entines He arose laid stood looking down at the Intense face all nqulvor with the battle between temptation nUll solid tude I am not going back to St Valen tines lie said slowly But it is all arranged for you to start from thero tomorrow You con not escape the city guard except through St Valentines Yotlve has It not occurred to you that I may not wish to escape the city guard May not wish to escape the what do you mean she cried bewildered I am not going to leave 1Edelweiss dearest It Is my Intention to surren der myself to the authorities She gazed at him In horror for a mo meat and then fell buck with n low moan For Gods sake do not say that she walled I forbid you to think t It1ull cannot do this after all I have done to sore you Ach you are Jesting I should have known He sat down null drew her to ills side Some moments passed before lie could speak I cnnnot and will not permit yon to make such a sacrlllce for me The prop osition of liolaroz lIs known to me If you produce me for trial you lure to have n ten yours extension My duty Is plain I am no cowardly criminal and I nm not afraid to face my ac cusers At the worst I cult tile but once Die but once she repented ns if in a dream I came here to tell you of my deciI slon to ask you to save your lands pro toot your people and to remember that I would die n thousand times to serve you nnd yours After all I have done after all 1 have done she murmured piteously No no You shall not You are more to mo thou nil my kingdom than all the people In the world You have made me love you you have caused me to detest the throne which separates us you have made me pray that I might he a pauper but you shall not force me to destroy the mite of hope that lingers in my heart You shall not crush the hope that there may lJ- euIIsome duly A sore day Some day when you will bo mine he cried I will not say that wit for my sake for my sake go away from this place Save yourself You are till 1 have to live for Her arms were about his neck and her imploring words went to his heart like grontMhrusts of pouf Yon forget the thousands who love and trust you Do they deserve to be wronged Xo nonch God how I have suf fared because of them I have betrayed them have stolen their rights and trade them n nation of beggars Hut I would not for nil this nation have an Innocent until condemned nor could my people ask that of me You cannot dissuade me It must he as I wish Oh why does not Qnlnnox come for you She arose and paced the floor distractedly He was revolving a selfish cowardly capitulation to love and injustice when a sharp till was heard at the door Leaping to his feet he whispered Qulunox Ho has come for me Now to get out of your room without being seen The Princess Yetlve ran to him and placing her hands on his shoulders cried with the fierceness of despair You will go back to the monastery You will leave Graustark For my sake for my sake He hesitated and then surrendered his honor falling weak und faint by the pathway of passion Yes he cried hoarsely Tap tape tap at the door Lorry took one look at the rapturous 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system independent of drugs k Sample and Booklet Free tiComplete Treatment e- vf W 15 days aj cts C + xewYorksadarr For Sate by Klnrlietoe Pros llitrdliislur und A It Fialitr Coverport 1r t Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GAtAGENT WANTED ruaaN e yesosemsSiuSiw i THE TWO STATES BANK CORPORATEDI STEPHENSPORT KY S 1KB C ADAIR President DR J II LKB President X JOHN S ADAIR Cashier IIJIIYCTUUSY G W PAY NII R A SMITH VM B HARDIX = R A SIlIULNAN R D HAMILTON L P MILNBR J S CARKY S I I TilE IIIGIIEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 1 Your luudi are absolutelyI safe in our bauk as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe the only A Proof safe made anti the only one in the county We solicit 11Durglar whether large or small You can do your banking with I JOHN S ADAIR Cashier + iiFirst State Bank iiIRVINGTON KY iiw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident II H KEMPIiR Cashier i of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals solicited IIAccounts s Interest Paid on Time Deposits N s N N te N Bank of Hardinsburg OFFICERS B F BEARD President M II BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS MORRIS ESKRIDGE G W BEARD LAFAYETTK GREEN C VIC ROBERTSON DR A M KINCIIELOE B F BEARD Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits The Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS- R S HUGHES Pres LAWSONRENO VPresG THERR Sec Treas A J BRODIE J S H KIGEL F T GUNTHER W H FURGUSON R A HAGAN C L JHOREHEAD We pay interest on Time Deposits 5 per cent 12 Months 4 per cent 6 Months We loan this money on real estate only Thero is not an instance in the United States where a Trust Estate CompanyWo Trust Com parry Business find the business is in the hands experienced officers and are fully equipped in every way having the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults und boxes in the city The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized lu1872- tftH BOWMER President A B SKIL MAN Cashier DR P L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Aka 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 vaultiurnished our custom era free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS t Interest paid outime deposits I BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO I and V Q BABBAQE Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or fl25 If paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines chargedI or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate oft s cents per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1000 s EIGHT PAGES The Masons barbecue was a splendid I e success In every way 4 It is easy to make a success of any thing if you know how Its a mighty good thing for an town community to be in touch wit its railroad Cloverport closed a deal yesterday for another manufacturing plant Ful1 particulars next week Now for the Centennial Celebration This will be a great event in the history of Cloverport Breokenrldge county never hail a finer prospect for crops Corn and tobacco is simply out of sight This edition of the News is a good paper to send to your friends Extra copies only three cents mailed to any address The pay train oame in yesterday and dropped 4000 or 5000 in our midst as it does every mouth besides about 10000 in other parts of the country The pny train is a welcome visitor Ool Edwin Forbes writes that has can furnish some oldtime relics connected I with the early days of Clover port for our cowing Centennial He writes enthusiastically of the event and says we ought to have it by all meansNo people on earth make a better showing than does Breokenridge county people Sober industrious tine looking intelligent cheerful hospi table and all other qualities that go to wake lip an ideal American citi zenship We are proud cf them from the poorest to the richest God bless them all Tile Masons of Bewleyville Lodge No988 will give a barbecue at Irving ton next Friday The members of this lodge and the citizens in general were liberal patrons of the barbecue given at this place last week They expect a large crowd from this town And they ought to have it We ad vise everybody who can to go It is due them We ought to be neigh bony help one another Do unto others as you would have them do un to you is a mighty good rule to live by It applies to barbecues as well as other things Cloverport should send a large delegation to Irvington Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications they cannot reach disenied portions of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and thAt 1In by constitutional reme dies Deafness is caused by an inflam ed condition of thn mucous lining of the Enstnchlan Tube When this tube in inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the re suIt and unless the inflamation can be taken out anti this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever Nine cases ont 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 any case of Deafness caused DY catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cnre Send for circulars free F1 Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold fry Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best IS RUNNING THIS WEEK The PolK Packing Companys can ning factory started up Monday Afternoon at 2 oclock and Is in operation this week The factory would have begun running Thursday but some trouble was had with the cappini g fires Between sixty and seventy peoplE are employed by the factory This is about half a full house as between 126 and 150 hands are needed This will include seventy wore women and girls who will be employed as peelers Only nome people will be employed provided a sufficient number can be secured in this vicinity The report that twelve Creole women are coming from Nashville Tenn to work in the cannery seems to be unfounded Up to Tuesday morning COS bushels amy1 arhe ripening fast and are being delivered in proper quantities to keep the can nery in regular operation BRING SUIT FOR WAGES Thirtytwo former employes of tue Patton brickyard have brought suit against the Perfect Combustion Com pony of America and the Central Clay Product Company successors to the Patton Vitrified Brick Compa ny The employes have put in claims for wages for labor performed at the Patton yard during the past summer All the claims amount to between SOO and 1000 Three parties have filed their suits in the Breokenridge Circuit Court to be tried in the Octo ber term They are Chas E Keil for 210 David H Swearns Sr 185 and Chas Bohler 105 The claims of the other plaintiffs range from ftI to 60 Their suits have been filed in court in this city Hal Murray of this city and Gus Brown of Har dinsbnrg are attorneys for the plain tiffs Labor Day Celebration Henderson Ky September 1 1V03 On the above account rate of 205 for round trip Cloverport to Hender son and return will be made Date of sale Sept 7 limited to return Sept 8 Kentucky State Fair Owensboro For the State Fair at Owensboro rate nt 145 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Septemer lOht to SO inclusive good returning September 28th TrlState Old Fashioned PalrBvantvllle For the ubove occasion rate of 2 70 for the round trip Cloverport to Evansville and return will be made on September 14 to 10 inclusive good returning Sept 10 Monday evening the 785 west bound passenger train over the Hen derson Route was delayed about forty five minute in this city by the engine striking a cow and being derailed The accident occurred on lower Railroad street in front of Dr tT L Moomans residence i The cow which was killed belonged to Dr Moorman Engine No 10 came up from the shops anti pulled the derailed engine back on the track Everyone yet that has seen the box paper we sell for 80 are astonished lit such a low price for the goalsJ D Babbagt BIG MEETING OF BAPTISTS RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED Hardinsbnrg Ky Aug 25Spev- ial Prominent Baptists from all parts of the county hell a meeting at their church here last Monday The object of the meeting was to take such steps as were necessary to form an association which should include only Breckenridge county within its bounds Their churches in this county are now members of Goshen Association which includes parts of several counties and the inconvenience in attending the year ly meetings together with the large increase in the membership renders this step justifiable Resolutions loorf ing to that end were adopted unan imously and the members of the churches who were present express the opinion that an association such as they wish will eventually be formed F T Heyser has bought from Short Haynes forty feet of the Jas Moorman lot west of the Masonic Temple on whicn he will build a one story briok busintss house Dr F L Lightfoot has bought the remain Ing twentytwo feet and will build a fourroom brick office building Suicide Pretended The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably precedes suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con dition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of selfdestructlon- take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nerviue will strengthen tho nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach and Liver and Kidney regulator Only COc Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes druggists HARDINSBURG County Court day last Monday Miss Essie Quick of Louisville is visiting Miss Beulah HOOK Prof and Mrs McClureof Irvington were visitors in town last Saturday Jimmie Baker is visiting his uncle Mr D B Parish at Tobinsport Intl Miss lone Baker of Hawesville 19 visiting her cousin Miss Margaret BakerAn examination for certificates to teach school was held here last Friday and Saturday Arthur L Smith cashier of the Bank of Glendeane was in town last FridayMrs Chits G Read of Louisville is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard The colored teachers Institute was field here lust week at the colored Methodist church Miss Mattie Hook who is teaching at Webster spent SatnrJay and Sunday at her home Uforge Baker of Louisville was here last Sunday visiting hU father Dr1 T BaKer Mutt P Payne Republican nom ihee for Representative was in the city last Monday Stationery Jewelry music goods These three in abundance W B Oelze Cloverport Mr Jno D Beeler and Mrs Walker of KirK are the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Lennin Mr and Mrs M J Thomas have 250 EachfOn account of not being prepared to keep them Four Female Bird Dogs FullBlooded Apply to D H Babbage CloverportKy returned home from a visit to rela tives at Derby Ind Mrs Thos Ditto of Brandenburg is visiting her mother Mrs Moor man and other relatives Miss Minnie Murray returned home from Louisville last weeK where had been visiting relatives County Cleric W F Hook attend ed the shooting tournament held at Hawesville last Friday Dr Jno E Kincheloe has been appointed medical examiner for the order of Highland Nobles The Rev w H Fitzgerald of Louis ville filled ha regular appointment at the Baptist church last Sunday Mr G W Beard addressed a gathering of Sundayschool workers at Bites Run church last Sunday Dr J M Walker of Bewleyville was here last neck vifitin i IIuDrW A Walker who has typhoid fever Misses Sallie and Mary Richard son of Union Star were the guests of their sister Mrs Percy M Beard last weekMr and Mrs Ed G Beard of Louisville who have been visiting rela tives here for some days returned home Saturday- A large crowd of Hardinsburg folks attended the Masons barbecue at Cloverport lastThursday They report an enjoyable time R A Smith Richard Shellman Harvey English and Andrew Craw ford of Stephensport were in the city last Monday Miss Margaret Baker returned home last weeK after a visit of several weens duration to relatives in Owens bow and Hancock county Mrs Barrel Beard and daughters Misses Marie and Hettie of Owens hero who havo been visiting relatives here will return home tomorrow An excursion to Mammoth Cave will be run from this place next Thursday The fare hotel bill and glide fees are 18 It Iii a splendid opportunity to see a wonder of the world for a small su- mCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ofI Zk A BOX OF PAPER WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH FOR 8e Each box Contains 144 pages of writing paper suitable for pen or pencil and 24 envelopes with the late cut The paper is tiedwith neat baby ribbon and has an ex pensive appearance Mail orders wiil be filled if postage is sent JnoDBabbage Cloverport Kentucky FISHING AND HUNTING The angler till find in Utah ample opportunities to indulge lu his favorite sport The mountain streams are stocked with gamy trout and the but little less gamy black bass abounds in the waters of Utah Lake In season good duck hunting can be had on Utah Lake the Jordan and around the pools and lagoons of the Salt Lake Valley On the mountain sides grouse ore plen tiful and larger game can be foundon the mountain ranges of the Uintah and Uncompahgre reservation- To enable people to reach these favored localities without unnecessary expenditure of time or money the UNION PACIFIC has put in effect very low rates and iplendid train service from Missouri liver Accommodations provided for all classes of passengers Full information cheerfully furnished on application to W H CONNOR G A 58 E Fourth st CINCINNATI OHIO Ai AtJt4 ALL THE SAME t It is the same with Stationery and School Supplies here as with Jewelry and Music I carry the best line in this county Come where you can get the Nicest and Neatest Paper Tablets Pencils Etc Have you seen my stock of Jewelry lately It has been improved above that already high standard Ask your friend about the nice lines carried here W H OELZE Cloverport Ky n i OF MILLING CADICKS I GOLD DUST 1 FLOURIThe machinery used to produce it tho high class Longborry Red Wheat all their share in making CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR unquestionably pure Your grocers sell it Milled by Cdick Milling Co GRANDVIEW INDII I A BUSYNESS EDUCATIONIIs absolutely necessary to the bung man or young woman who would win success In lire This being conceded It Is of ant Importace to get young training at the school that stands In the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY BOOK KEEOINO SHORTHANDTYPEWRITING Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his line Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the Unltsd StatesIt will be mailed you FREE School open all year Students can enter at any limea E J WRIGHT Prest BARBECUEAT GUSTONON Saturday August 29 Col W P Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Governor will be present and address the multitude on the Political Issues of the D- ayEverybodyI Invited t t If you want a nice Goldi Ring H Call and see our stock I Lewis BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURG KY I AaAi y nWV V n 1 Y 1Ip tJfI i HJtn A J tV- I NOTICET- O THE FARMERS OF KENTUCKY islicensedhjcrh nitrogen and ammonia I will guarantee theso bmnds second to none 7 The Desiccated Bone made by theichi bonelicensedKaufmanPureas any licensed in the state nitrogenJJ I 2700 Per Ton contribute Thorne 1Deliveredensport Kentucky 11J 1IJ afternognand Iany drop mon postal to Ammons Ky and I will meet you there t W H DUTSCHKE i a r A fHEALTH tr I INSURANCE11 The man who Insures his life to wise for his family t il The man who Insures his health tro is wise both for his family and d i himself You may insure health by guard1 11IngIt It Is worth guarding I F FAt the first attack of disease generally approaches1 itittwhichthrough the LIVER and maul tests Itself In Innumerable ways TAKE 4 Tuns Pills t And save your health- yy WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1003 1 ICo for eggs Babbage Son Chas Hammnn has malarial fever Pearsons for August oJ D BabbageQuart jars at Browns at GOo per dozen Mrs A A LaHeist spent Sunday f in New Albany- Everybodys magazine for August OcJ D Babbage Tin cans at J Browns at 05o per r rdozen by the crate 31 The best and cheapest flour at any time is at Browns Only a few days left for our OSo shoe saleBabbage Son I Wordlo and John Graham were it down from Louisville last week Joe Fallon and Ira and Hovious 1 Behen were in Louisville Sunday f You save 5o by buying 8 big Co tablets for lOu from usJ D Bab bage Mr and Mrs tau Berry were hown from Louisville Thursday and Friday E E Gregory was in Owensboro Thursday to attend Miss Carrigaus receptionMiss Moorman returned from the Chautauqua at Owensboro Thursday Mrs E G Bannon of Hawesville was the guest of Mrs John Bark ThursdayWm had two fingers badly bruised last week while at work at the shops Rev W B Kutledge spent several days last week at the Chantanqua at Owensboro Miss Jean Todd of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Marion Bow Jmer last week Miss Mannie White returned last week from an extended visit to rela tives in Missi esipp- lLustOldfashioned gold cameo pin Saturday at Tar Springs Finder please return to News office Mrs F L Lightfoot went to Fordville Friday for a two weeks visit to the family ol Jasper Reynolds Misses Rosa and Mary Hagman of f Hawesville were In the city Wednesday and Thursday the guests of Mrs Joe Culley Mr and Mrs Chus Lightfoot and Mrs J L Moorman were in Owens boro part of last week attending the ChautauquaCapt Pearson Hobson of i Spanish American war fame was a passenger on the east bound train Thursday morning We are selling 3 big flo tablets for lOo until Sept 1 Tnke advantage of this cut price and supply yourself for schoolJ D Baubage If you want your new dress to be a stylish one have It made by a Bntterlck patteruJ D Babbage agent for Cloverport a Fred Brown left Sunday morning 11 r for Dubuque Iowa He has a posill- Ion with the Illinois Central as pumping station builder Mr and Mrs E J Berry and children left Saturday morning for Franklin in response to a telegram announcing the serious illness of Mrs Berrys sister Dr Geo B Rowley manager ofs the optical department of the Mullen Haynes Cos store of Owensboro will bo at the dental parlors of Dr J L Moorman Cloverport Ky Tues day and Wednesday Sept 1st nnd tad Dr Rowley is a tine optician and those havlnc defective vision will do well to call on him Eyes examin ed free r CONTINUEThose and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion should continue the treatment In hot weather smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will do away with any objection products season sampleScorr 4r94IS Pearl Street New YorkE soc and fioo 1 UldnmitUp Good flour 45o Babbage Son Fresh melons Weisenberg Noble Lunches cold or betWeIsenberg Noble Bring your chutkcns and eggs to BrownsMrs J L Moorman spent Sunday in Bkillman Se T F Walton for a bargain in a wardrobe 3 Wm J Mattingly was in Owens boro Sunday For nice neat elean stationery go W B Oelze Half Mason jars at Drowns at Olo per dozen What1 UOO water set 400 yes T F Walton Fresh celery and oysters at WeUen berg Nobles Best bargain in a folding bell at T F Waltons Mite Ruth Sterrett of Skilllman has typhoid fever Close prices on mixed feed and brand at Browns Warfield Collins has a severe attack of malarial fever Close prices on salt lime and ceo ment at Browns Felix Elder of Henderson is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Joseph Porter visited in Waitman Sunday Dry salt meat at Browns at OM per poundby the box 3 big Go tablets for lOc until Sept ember 1J D Babbage W B Oelze handles the nicest line of stationery in this city Good pnre country sorghum 3Co per gallon Win Leslie E G Burt sold a number of Mon tans horses here Saturday Lana Oil Buttermilk soap f20o box of three cakes Babbnge Son H L Morton Sons are making improvements on their plaining mill Mr and Mrs Hayes B Hilton of Henderson are visiting relatives here The box paper we sell for 80 is stylish as well as goodJ D Bab bage Smoked bacon extra heavy meat at- O34c per ponnnd by the box at BrownsHow about your supply of nice paper Come to me for a new lot IV B Oelze Clay McGebee of Brandenburg was the guest of Tohn Allen Murray last week Mr and Mrs M J LaHeist of Hen derson are the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith We give two great concerts free every day Come and enjoy them Weisenberg Noble Mrs J C Nolte and daughter Eloise returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at Rosetta About twentytwo young people formed a jolly hayride party to Tar Springs Saturday night All my household furniture must go this week Come on if you want a bargain T F Walton The shave you will want again is the kind Tudson Coombs gives The clean fast gentle barber 12 boys two piece suits on sale Saturday at USc former price flOO For cash only Baboage Son Pate Oelzes flour mill was run ning until 0 oolock at night last week owing to a rush of orders One 00 yard piece of ladles dress cashmere on sale at 12o a yard Former price 20c Cash reduction Mrs T MWatkins returned Thurs day to her home in St Joseph Mo after a two months visit to friends in this city Miss Mary A DeJarnette of near Hardinsburg who has been the guest of Miss Lucetta Miller returned home Sunday The delay in the shipment of the elevator fixtures still prevents the Murray Roofing Tile factory from beginning operations Mrs E C Brice left last week for Philadelphia from which point she will accompany Mr Brice to Spain She was accompanied as far as Philadelphia by her sister Miss Nell GregoryThe young people of Can nelton attended the Matona barbecue Thursday and were guests of Miss Josephine Gwurtuey and Mr Ed Morrison Miss Amelia Witmer Cjdie Bosom and sister and Messrs John Cullen John Bucule John Bosom Mike Bosom and Murray Butt AllDay nisbionary fleeting BewleyvillleKy Auc 33Speofal Monday August 31 the ladies of I the W F M S will hold an all duy missionary meeting hero Miss Tula C Daniel Miss Elizabeth Olrnsted Mrs Howard and Dr Donahue and perhaps Mrs Whitehead are expects d to be present Dinner on the grounds Dr Donahue is a missionary from China and will doubtless make an Interesting talk I I WERE MARRIED IN LOUISVILLE Mr Jesse C Payne and Miss Louie M Heston United by Rev Fitzgerald HARDINSBURG FUTURE HOMO Hnrdinsburg Ky Aug 2iSpe- cialThe marriage of Miss Louie M Heston to Mr Jesse C Payne took place lastSatnrdnv afternoon at 2 80 oclock at too home of Mrs Emma Butterwick in Louisville The Rev W H Fitzgerald the pas tor of the Baptist church of this place performed the wedding cere mony Only a few of the relatives and friend of the couple were present at the marriage The bride nna groom spent Sunday at Bewleyville the guests of the grooms parents Mr nail Mrs Min or P Payne arriving here on the even ing train where they received the congratulations of their friends They will make their home at the residence of the brides mother Mrs C Heston on Main street The bride is an accomplished and charming young lady whose circle ot friends Is extensive Mr Payne is of one of the best families of the county and is a rising young busi ness man He has been connected with the Bank of Hanllnsburg for several years in the capacity of book keeper and is highly rewarded by the officials of that institution The News in common with other friends extends heartiest congratula tions wishing them only happiness in their journoy through life There is nothing so imponrtant In facing severe hot weather as a well organized digestive force Wnen the stomach properly digests nutritious food it created new rich blood and fortifies the system against exhaus tion Walthers Peptonized Port to be found at all drug stores is an ideal combination of pure rich port and the best quality of pepsin It strengthens the weak digestive organs restores the appetite builds and tones up the entire system For invalids convalescents and worn out people there is nothing so beneficial as Wnlthera Peptonized PortSmell size CO cents large size 100 For sale by A R Fisher Dally Hall Service Inaugurated- A daily snail service netween Pell ville and Hawesvllle was inaugurated last week Jna H Obinchain of Pellville agreed to carry the mail for 4CC a year and secured the contract He has employed another to make the trips May Locate In Louisville Wilbnrn Hammnu is ut home from Paris Tenn visiting his parents Mr and Mrs M Hnmmnn Mr Hummxn is in the tailoring business at Paris When his visit here is concluded he is contemplating going to Louisville and locating in the bu siness in that city- Missionary Conference The Missionary Conference of the W F M S will convene at Irving ton August 20 and DO Let nil societies send delegates with reports since March 1008 aUo send names to Mrs A 13 Coleman Irvlngton Ky- We hope to have some returned missionaries with us who will add much to the interest of the meeting We extend an invitation to nil pastors of the EHzabethtown district to attend Let all pray for the success of the meeting that Gods presence may be manifested in our midst Mrs Bettie Whitehead District SeoretaryMrs B Coleman Corresponding Secretary Irvington Ky 3 Big 5c- Tablets For lOc These tablets are regu 5c ones Some of them containing nearly 500 pages of good paper for school purposes You save 5c on every three you buy At this low price you can buy enough tablets for a nine months term for 50c JD Babbage Cloverport Kentucky I r= 4 I WartsV 10 7WANTRnWOMKX V tovport Ky h Fun SALE FOR HALKA food lljvh Iiiusn one I IsInKOH AIKSKV1XU MACHINE For Snlo Stxoml Imixl MwIng Mmlilrw In running ord r Sio gets it flurry EQlorloCOIL SJR 111 For Ssloi wish to sell my plmv lying nr CloreriKirt cuiitalnliiK OurW mresl i pralucegross AIIdl u FOR SALE 3U htval Shorthorn and PUihd isarhnin trays mid heifers To reduce my herd will soil nay of above catUu very low They are all first class animals 1 uUo have for sale 4 deep red jatuiK Polled Durham bulls 15 months old wnljjht 1000 Ibsprlce 80 U Orcun Iulls of Hough ky- 1PANTEi n A f CTImt uro clean and large 3c IrVvJMiuiil will IMI paid fur them ilellv urwl at this otlluu inn II Ilal hag FOIL SALE pIUNTIXd Irissosi and Cutting machines lIhllSAlsoUnsolhncEnginesMARTIN Louisville Ky um MONEY TO loX L orloaned ntlawI Berkshire and BtP Rocks FOR SALE ilurred1IymouII FICIlSIIIl rllTOIIih NOTICE Clovirport Ky August III 1038 Knox alll men by these profiils trout there IIIIK Ilietn oslulilUhiHl orciinlfd uml IIs now rvKtlriK In uulltyIlntukyl cotnimny the oorjiorKte name of which IIN IuproRmemCrsnpsnyI sold rorporallon by MrvIre or same on John A harry UN iiresldiiit or In cuse of Ids sir on1Clireckenrldgecounty L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST noUNI No 4e Dally Past Train leaves Cloveriwrt iOTA Louisville ut wt Iolnt only arriv es at 715 A M No 4 holly Mall and Express uvesClo- ver ort945AM I Htow at all WHY statloiw arrives I uKvllle 1215 I1 MI No 44 Dully Map and EJIiIrIfi leaves Clo verport 448 IM stops at nil wry stations ux copt 1lerco Arrives Ixiulsvlllt 710 P M WEST HOUND RJlJlresieaveI vllle MM PM arrlvto St louts 7111 111 stops only at 1111 w svllle Lewhtport Powern Spottsvlltellaskt luanliClovnrtI teUunsI No4 daily Pi Louts fast train leuveuClo AMstIluwesvllleOwensboro lIallrleresmIteturaingarrives nt Cloverlort C30 Ip in j6IarlorI 4IThroughTrains XU 41 4S 45 and 44 muhe oonniN Uon tit Irvington for Fordsvllleeverydoy except SunluX ItIIh1I 1l4 45 unit 4I tusk curs unction on undny for Iordsvllle train That box paper of ours is made by the late patterns Everybody yet that has seen it thinks it all right J D Babbagt tiforehUdrrar SCHOOL TIME Mothers are you getting tho childron randy for school Time for going Monday Sept 7thwill scion be here Ire have nmny things necessary to lit thorn out SHOESSTOCKINGS STOCKINGSHANDKERCHIEFS HANDKERCHIEFSCALICO CALICOHATS HATSCLOTHING DRESS GOODS RIBBONSSLATES SLATESPENCILS PENCILSINK TABLETS Come our way Well do our best to please you and the little folks JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY w yo NAM yo rVfIWtf yo waa OSTEOPATHYTHE After others fail give Osteopathy a trial and you will find that drugs are not neces sary to health I EXAMINATION FREE DR C E BENNETT OSTEOPATH Opposite Court HouseKENC SVAdvertise in our want column u T 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 F AT Q10 cent tablets for 5 cents until September 1 SPEC Three big 5 cent tablets for 10 cents until Sept 1 I Jno D Babbage Cloverport Kentucky i = Tr c i Twrr CHINTZ ROYATLY SurveyorALSO Notary Public I can survey your lands write your deeds and take the acknowledge ment at your homes this saves you trouble andI costs your patronage so HarIdinsburg Ky- MISSOURI iI PACIFIC- RAILWAY OR IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE 1PROMSt Louis and Memphis Affords prospector or home ecker best service FASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IN Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma and onlCalltQrnll1iI Pullman Sleepers PrH Renningchair care descrlltlveI1ttratureU C TOWNSEND O P and T A ST Louis Mo It TO MATTHEWS T P A- LomaviLLi KY i FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE OX SALE l AT St Louis and MemphisI CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAX SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS for Rates und Information addreit r powerI CINCINNATI 01110 t REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesday of each month special houieseekers and colonist rates are effective from St Louii and Kansas City to points in hiss soot Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas vii the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two 1oiiir and for singletrip tickets onehalf fare pus two dollars tt1tlt111ltllktl t t ustSlx9111k111t1t11tt1tM I COLONIST RATES VIA THEY J it Onehalf rate plus two dollars from se jc Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem x- K phis to points in sax MISSOURIARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TEXASLOUISIANA = This rate is in effect on the first and a third Tuesdays of each month Full II it information furnished upon applica tion to any passenger agent of the = company or to PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT s1ee Frisco Systema Saint Louisi- rliltltAttitt3ttltiISitINtlNtNliltlttMltKt Do You Enjoy WHat You Eat You can eat whatever and whenever you like If you take Kodol By the use of this remedy disordered digestion and diseased stomachs are so completely restored to health and the full performance of their functions naturally that such foods as would tie one Into a doublebowknot are eaten s without even a rumbling and with a post Uve pleasure and enjoyment And what Is f more these foods are assimilated and transformed Into the kind of nutriment that is appropriated by the blood and tissues Kodol Is the only digestant or combination of dlgestants that will digest all classes of food In addition to this fact It contains In assimilative form the greatest known tonIc fnd reconstructive properties Kodol cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all disorders arising therefrom Kodol Digests What You Eat Makes the Stomach Sweet Bottles only Regular size 3 1 00 holding 2K times the trial size which tells for SO cents Prepared by E O DWITT ft CO Chicago III a rrJ Mt 1 i J The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2B 1003 BIG POULTRY PRIZES Thousand Dollars in Cash Will be Distributed at the State Fair Fine Prizes For Belgian Hares the Greatest Pigeon Show Ever Held in the South The Poultry and Belgian Hares and Pigeon shows at the Kentucky S Fair in Owensboro the week of September 21 will be the largest ever held South of the Ohio river Mr John W Good is Superintendent of the Poultry Department and Mr C Stanley Sale of the Pigeon Depart monk The services of Mr Theodore Hewes of Indi nanapolla Ind have been secured as judge of the Poultry department He is an expert judge of etaadrard bred poultry The total amount uf premiums for this Depart ment is 1000 as follows Breeding pen First 800 Second 100 Single Birds first 200 Second 100 Breeding pens must be made in separate entry There will be a special building for Poultry Pigeons and Belgian Hares All bleeders should make an ettort to show their birds and hares as it will be both an honor and an advertisement to win InI such competition- Mr Sale has arranged for a Pigeon show that in attracting national in terestRemember that a dozen of the very finest attractions have been secur ed for the State Fair and that they are free to all who enter the gates of the Fair Grounds For all iinformation and for catalogues entry blanks etc address Secretary L B Shropshire Room 23 Board of Trade Building Louis rills Ky Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles OeepI Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney SpeciI tic If you have agonizing pains in j buck swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the nrethti neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi- cultyl in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Sped tic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back die appear The burning sensation stops Hiid H perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives j strength power lend health to tho kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolve and destroys it Plea ut to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resist all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Agent for Two Companies R T PolK formerly with the Fair Iin the dry goods department who en tered the insurance field several weeks ago is now local agent for two companies They are the Equitable I Life Insurance Company and the Phoenix Fire Insurance Company u OAS T 9RX dBean the- Slgl11ture of Hatt Alnaps Bought t2Ji Mrs Dixon Acquitted The jury in the trial of Mrs Mar tha Dixon at Cannelton charged with poisoning her husband reached a verdict Friday night at 080 The verdict was not guilty The jury was out twentyfive minutes Mrs Dixon broke down after hearing the verdict and then shook hands with each juror To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets All druBglsWorefund the money It It falls to cure E VV Urves1 signature Is on each lax 2V Webster Needs Tobacco Relmndler Webster Ky Aug 25Special- This town and community needs are handler of tobacco Two hundred or three hundred hogsheads of a splendid grade of tobacco could be purchased in this vicinity every year Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force is leadytoserve wheat and barley food adds no burden but sustains noudehes invigorates 11 t ScrofulaFew It may develop so slowly as to caus little if any disturbance daring the whole period of childhood- It may then produce Irregularity of tho stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting Itself In much cutaneous eruption or glaruular swelling It Is best to be sure that you are quite free from It and for Its complete eradication you can rely on Hoods SarsaparillaT- he best of all medicines for all humors Success of Cloverport Boy Mr and Mra Goo F Dean of Chicago 111 who have been visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Gen Gregory returned home the middle of last week Mr Dean who was born and reared in this city is making a success as a business innn in Chicago He is now general manager for tho Nixe Chewing Gum Manufacturing Co which began business about six mouths ago Mr Deans chewing gum has been sampled by his Clover port friends whb pronounce It of an excellent flavor He has succeeded in booking a number of large orders for his company Mr Dean was formerly with Sears Roebuck of Chicago He visited Cloverport just after the big fire of 1001 and intends to be in this vicinity again in about six months Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are due to disorders of the stomnoh and these disorders are all caused by indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps the little stomach sweet and encourages the growth and development Mr Henry Carter 70 Central St Nash ville Tenn says My little boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever since he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby 1 recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests wnat you eat and makes tho stomach sweet Sold by All Druggists Taylor Denies Confessions Georgetown Ky Aug 2LThe rending of the deposition of Former Governor 1Y a Taylor which was commenced yesterday afternoon in the Powers case was resumed today Taylor denies the confessions of Cnlton and Youtsey in detail and says he did not know Tallow Dick Combs Hockersmith or Cecil He never sits Jim Howard until two weeks after the assassination of Goe bel He never heard Dr Johnson express a desire to kill Goebel He aduits writing n pardon for Powers wnen the latter decided to leave Frankfort He did this at the re quest of Powers friends and be cause he believed that Powers had no connection with tho killing Mrs Mollie Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbus by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Taulet when she felt an attack coming on Such attacks are usually caused by iindigestion and these Tablets are just what is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward oil the approaching attack Attacks of bilious colic zany be pro vented in the sane way For sale by Short Haynes Moonshiners Give Bond Lon McGuflln and John Keizee of Constantine who were arrested for mooushining some tin e ago by Deputy Marshal George Giliiland of Owens boro and who were given an exam ining trial in that city and held over to the Federal grand jury and were transferred to the Louisville jail succeeded in giving bond last week in the sum ot 700 each and were released Their sureties were Samuel Whitworth William Horn and Noah Held The October term of the Federal grand jury will consider their cases In a Fishing Party A fishing party consisting of Frank Sterrett and family and Clarence U Johnson and family two Misses Jarboe from Cloverport Ky who are visiting the family of the first named and Miss Pearl Clarkson W G Lee and Line Lutz are camped this week at Henson Lake and enjoying a pleasant outing Charletson Mo Enterprise Fire at Patesvllle The residence of James Hatneld at Patesville was destroyed by fire at 10 oclock Wednesday night The fire caught in the kitchen and all the contents of that room were lost while the furniture in the other rooms was saved There was no insurance Robt E Davis Dead Mr Robert E Davis died at the home of his father at Derby lad the first of last week The interment was in the Cnuimings cemetery J + I oj Hawesvllles New Industry The Kentucky Plow Fender Company has been organized at Hawesville and subscribedefor the purpose The construction of the factory will begin at once and it will be in full operation early in OctoberThe fender is an invention of Joe Taylor and is one of the most useful things a farmer could have The officers of the company are R Helbach president J C Boling secretary J E Ender Treasurer J S Taylor manager S Rosenblatt general manager Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack bf diarrhoea and believe I would have died if I had not gotten relief says John J Pat ton a leading citizen of Patton AlaI itA friend recommended Chamber lains colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy I bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after taking three doses of it I was entirely cured I consider it the best remedy in the world for bowel complaints For sale by Short Haynes Cnnt Accepl Position Prof T T Jones of Lexington Ky who was elected principal of the Hawesville school has sent In his resignation For what reason is not known His successor will be chosen at once and the public school will open the first or second Monday in Septem ber FOLEYSKIDNIYCURE Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right Mrs Sallle Pell Dead Mrs Sallie F Pell widow of the late George W Pell died at her home in Lewisport last Sunday She was sixtyfive years old aud lived in Hancock county all her life She was a member of one of the best families in the county The burial was in the Lewisport cemetrey You Know What You Are Taking Whet you tukoOroves Tasteless Chill Ton IIe btMHtiM the formula Is plainly printed on every battle showing that It Is simply Iron Mild Quintile In a tasteless form No cure Noi y IrleeJOc Son of Former Citizen Drowned Don Tebow son of J M Tebow of New Albany Ind formerly of this city was drowned in the Ohio river and his remains were buried in New Albany Mr Tebow lived here about two years ago and was employed in J E Keith Sons monument works Mrs Tebow died just oefore Mr Tebow moved to New Albany with his family and was buried in the Cloverport cemetery Young Tebow was about eight years of age t If you know of n poor old stifled j horsea horse with a sore back a barb edwire wound unnatural growtbstiff joints or swollen limbs send him j aiunml We can cure him with a few applications of Ramons Nerve I Bone 011 lac- Belknap Will Carry State JjDeDoeto the Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Herald that Col Belknat would carry the state by a majority ranging from 12000 to 15000 Try forHealth 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILl Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was BO ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time My stomach was so weak andupset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited frequently I couldnot urinate without great pain and I coughed BO much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pro nounced it Brights disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no de siro to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value J7zorDont pain Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WINBGARDUI LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES CI RUSSELLVI L E KY Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903 Ste A hoarding school for girls exclusively For Six Years of successful work A practical education obtained under tho very best home and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elocution and Physical Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one a specialist In her depart mentCampus largo and beautiful Building a massive brick comfortable well furnished supplied with bath room and electric lights fAThoseAddress the President B E ATKINStAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i Lakeland Dairy Farri I FOR SALEill331I11Vlnl determined to remove to city and exclusively to profess met foam work I now otter lit private contract this splendidly equipped farm and tho hisentire outtit now used to operate 327 acres lying on and divided by Hardlnsburg and Salt River road and with otht in thirty minutes drive of Irvington railway station 25 acres In crops and pasture und 60 acres In timber Used ten ears torilllirylnlf and therefore ht good state ot con follows pmModerncellllr underneath large garden with cistern and such buildings as belong bAr In a yard two tenement Douses and one cabin barns for keeping 60 to tIO head ot eattl and horses rungntftclent granary with seven bins will store 3000 bushels of eat grain and lower floors etc double silo with 150 ton 4 IeCrapacity3 tinthalfplies the fish underground Ice houses etc cOt thienva wheat binder corn binder mowers rakes a I kind of plows cultivators harrows J 4weeder drills lrlularsl1w rig cream separator farm wagons surrey buggy In fact everything from a ten horse engine to a hatchet Iin Magnificent dairy herd ot Meows and 0 heifers ot the Tormentor and St JllmbcrtFa4 families now headed by n son ot the noted Klnir of St Lambert for3a11bal p0SrowwlI Ing crap of corn err All offered privately for next month at end of that this 00farm1 4 eelforI fui Dr P W FooteE= IRVINGTON KY E TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT FFAT SUMMER HOT SPRINGSARK- ANSAS For those who go to Hot Springs for the benefit of health the summer is really tho BEST TIME Her fortunato location high np in tho foothills of the Ozarks insures a cool delightful climate and every condition whioh obtains in tho most popular 1t 1 sunnier resorts of tho North is fulfilled in tho Valley of Va per Physicians are united in the opinion that the waters are more beneficial during the summer season ONE FARE PUS S 2 0 O IForCEO LEE Rock Ark summelII MemphisfirstFor oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 MissouriArkansasTerritoriesWriteToe Cotton Belt rune solid through trains to Texas equipped with the most modern and comfortable cars These trains make quick Urns SombwettItI copy of handsome Illustrated booklets Dome In the Southwest and Through Texas With a Camer- aL O SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo I I1stI Only LIne running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFOKNTA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS I H G P A G D Liiile our Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect to tho Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays in each month I Lnnds addressF For Folders In tho W and IDESTI Advertise Y S1 r r 1S CHURCH WITH A FUTURE 3 St Roses Catholic Church Established in 1857 is Free of Debt and Will Make Modern Ict IImprovements p 1AS BELOVED PASTOR IN FATHER BREY I J toJue growth of St Roses Roman =li church since Its establish VEJn this city in the year 1857 to its =I standing under the charge of 1G Anther Celestine Brey its res brightaleilll maKe several modern improve ments and has a pastor beloved by his congregation and popular among other denominations These excellent conditions are due to the several pastors of the church and the members of the congregation during the early history of the church and in recent years Especially is much credit due Father Brey and the present congregation as they have liquidated the entire debt the church In the year 1857 the first church in bt Roses parish was built by Father Power It was too small for the growing congregation composed principally of Irish families who worked at the famous cannel coal mines at Victoria and was replaced by a larger and more beauti ful church in 1857 by Father Rig jjgins The first church a small brick CHURCH structure was called St Malachi but the new frame church was dedicated- as St Roses church The first resi dent pastor was Father Jno Sheridan This church and parsonage was destroyed by fire in February 1604 but owing to the energetic adminis tration of Father Nichaus October 21 of the same year witnessed the dedication of the present house of worship a picture of which is shown herein Father Brey the present pastor took charge of St Roses Nov 1 07 Before hip was the late Father M M Carrol of Boston When Father Brey took charge the debt of the church was 2600 He at once devised a way to pay it By annual subscriptions on the part of the members the debt was reduced at fol lows Jan 1 00 2 JWO i Jan 1 1UM1000 i Jan 1 1C01 fIMO i Jan 1 1002 900 On Jan 1 1003 the remaining fOOO had been paid and the subscriptions of last year have been duplicated the money obtained in this manner to bo used in im proving the church Only a week or so ago Father Brey let a contract with Stratton Sterstegge of Louis ville for n Monarch No 3 X fur nace to be placed in the basement of the church The excavations for the furnace are now being made After this improvement is made tllA wood work onthe outside of the church will be repainted the woodwork on the inside will be varnished and the altar will be painted white Since Father Brey has had charge of the church new vessels for the altar candelabra new chalices oiborimus and one ostensorlum have been bought Father Brey was born May 6 1809 at Whitesville Ky In September 1884 he entered St Marys College He was here two years at Bardstown College one year at Ceollian one year at Ellicott City xMaryland two years and then graduated at St Marys University Baltimore Maryland in 1695 after taking a five years course On July 21 1805 be was ordained a priest by Bishop McCloskey of the Louisville discese and said his first mass at Whitesville His first charge was at Fancy Farm Graves county where he remained four months He spent one year at bt Marys Fenwick Washing ton county and then returned to Fancy Farm After tourteeu months more at Fancy Farm he was appoint ed to his present charge by Bishop McClosky When he first came he hadcharge df the old churcn at Mt Merino near Irvington He built K new church and then Father Mey eying took charge to be sn cceeded by Father Zoeller He now lint charge of St Rosas with a membership of about sixty families i Immaculate Con ception at Hawesville twentyfive families i and St Columbus at Lewis port twenty families The order of ser vices is as follows St Roses Clover port 1st undlly1lIss anti sermon 880 a m 8rd Sunday Mass and sermon ST ROSES CATHCLIJ 1015l i 4th Sunday Mass and sermon 1015 5th Sunday Mass and sermon 1015 Immaculate Conception Hawesville 1st Sunday Mass and sermon 1100 i Srd Sunday Mass and sermon 815 4th Sunday Mass and sermon 816 i 5th Sunday Mass and sermon A15 At St Roses on week days Mass at 080 a m in summer and 7 a m in winter Catechism and Bible History taught every Saturday at 880 a m St Columbus Lewlsport Second Sunday in each month at 10 a m- When a priest is pleased with his congregation sad the congrega tion with their priest the time of his charge is not limited Father Brey has had his present pas torate six years and all three of his congregations wuM oe loth give Y him up in case he should toII II VATS R C LESTINIt DR1tV I another call Aside from being popu lar among those ot his own faith he has many friends among the mem bers of the other denominations Taking interest and nn active part in all movements for the public good subscribing stock in new enterprises and having a pleasant word and smile for everybody Father Brey has made himself popular and admired to a de gree which as one factor argurs well for the welfare of his three pastorates Another Shiner Landed Ben Keizee an old man was ar rested in Hardin county lust week by Deputy United States Marshal Georg3 Gilliland on the charge of operating a still without license ind taken to Owensboro Deputy Gilli land arrested him after waiting ia hidin for him near his house for two days and nights When he finally did come to the hone at about 2 oclock Thursday morning the officer was lying near the door As soon as the man entered the house the mar shal broke the front door down and started in A large dog attacKed him and bit his band severely before he could knock the animal offKeizees trial taKes place this week before Commissioner Llndsey It is said that the Louisville officers have been after him for years Open Campaigns Next Month Gov J C W Beckham will open his campaign for reelection by the Democratic party at Winchester on September 5 Col Morris B Bblk nap the Republican nominee for Governor will open his campaign at Munfordville Hart county Septum be 12 Owensboro People at Tar Springs The following people came up from Owensboro last week and are now at the Tar Springs for a two weeKs stay Misses Madeline Rodman Charlotte Mattingly Johnnie Mae Turner Adele Payne and Mesdames P E Payne Thos OBrvan and J IA Manning Big Tomato and Potato A tomato and an Irish potato both of unusual size can be seen at the News office The tomato weighs two pounds and was raised by John Dean in his tomato field below town The Irish potato weighs 41 ounces and was raised by O B Mattingly of this city Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and CarbunclesCosts Nothing to Try B B B Batonic Blood Balm now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils carbuncles pricking pain in the sKin old1 eating sores ulcers etn 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 curedfor these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and given 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 donters patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists 1 To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Cause of Beautiful Sunsets For the past several evenings the sunsets have been the most beautiful ever seen and admirers of nature have spent the hours of evening watching them They are alike all over this half of the earth and it is the general opinion of astronomers that we are now passing through a trail left by the comet which was visible three weeks ago The fine color is thought to be debris from the comets tail The same spectacle was witnessed after the comets of 1874 and 1882 RuinineCurcsaColdlnOneDayC AI t1Prr on everyII To Sue for Insurance The insurance companies that took risks on the Owensboro Pants Manu facturing Company have refused to pay the insurance 34860 and it is reported that suit will be brought for same by the directors of the con cern Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant In effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Philpot ofI Albany Ga says Daring a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pills I ever took and the same time it effected me pleas sently Little Early Risers are certain ly an ideal pillSold by all Druggists I rt uss EllA Pierre what yenrs have become Dr Golden nose and throat It cures Weak Sore Throat and Voice This tonic which allay time at the seal the bya the blood The tt by the and source of many It gives new and Mo his sincere thanks to as follows year ago what our home doctor called Grippe and bothered with also bowel all summer People going one hundred eighty pounds before having thin take Dr Pierces Golden After the bowel my was gone those from in form invited to V Buffalo N Y by letter free I AWAY One the Beautiful Women Ghicago lates experience troubledwith represented severalt disappeared wonderfully PUBLIC SINGERS EVERYWHERE Recommend Pierces Medical Discovery coughs troubles Bronchitis Laryngitis Lungs public speakers Hoarseness Suppres vegetable ingredients cough purifies thereby getting difficulty produced stagnation supply eliminating corrupt poisonous accumulations diseases strength BOURUBAll weighed acquaintance commenced completely Discovery especially suffering of ONLY It tho host modorn ono largo valuablo advlco and for tho clothbound volumo only 21 workIIIn papor covors V PIERCE Buffalo Go The Board of Health notified Mar shal Willis last weok to order property holders to out the on their premises Most of the property hold ers have complied with the ord er and the city had tnt weeds cut on the streets and sidewalks When you want physic that is mild and gentle easyto take and tain to always use Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets For sale by Short n Haynes Public Speaking Thursday Night Col T B Demiiree and Hon O T Wallace Prohibition candidates for Governor and Lieutenant will address the citizens of Clover port nail vicinity Thursday August 27 The speaking will ba free to and everybody is most cordially jI invited the ladies especially Speak I ing begins at 780 m i Taken vith Cramps Win Kirmse a member of the bridge gang working near was taken suddenly Thursday night with and a kind of cholera His case was so severe that hA had to have the members of tha crew wait upon him and Mr Gilford called and consulted He told them be had a in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought would help him out and accordingly several doses were administered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of MrGiffords medicine Elk ader Iowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep Iit in your home it may save life For sale by Short Haynes Honor of Hiss Moorman Miss Sue Roberts Watkins entertain ed Monday evening with a dance at her home on Seventh street In honor of the many visitors in the city and her guest Miss Margaret Moorman of GloT rport The lawn was decor ated with Japanese lanterns and a platform was arranged for ini Jackson band was in attendance The visitors were never so popular as on this evening Refreshments served at a late hour Owensboro Inquirer J IIa Death Penalty A little sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insig nificant cut or puny boil have paid the death penalty is wise to have Bucklens Arnica ever handy Its the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Onlv 25o at Short Haynes Drng Store of of rex an Miss ELlA BOVRGE of47 Ashland ffoulevani Chicago III wrote to Dr recently as follows I I glad to be able to testify to the public your medicine has done for me I had been catarrh for a number of had used many other remedies but to find any change and was about to give up all hope I at last tried your medicine and found it just what it is to be I used a number of bottles Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and will say that I not felt as well in years My headaches which had a com mon occurrence have entirely as well as the burning sensation I endured through my eyes and nose My voice has im proved since using your medicine I would not be without it and I shall forever give praise to your worthy medicine for from has a it the blood of catarrh is of Dis the blood life Princeton sends Dr Pierce I took La was a trouble of my said I was Had and Grippe when I to Medical trouble was overcome and cough disease chronic are Pierce R weeds cer Liver Governor p Littleport ill cramps medicine d K were thing It Salve failed Ho charge Is mado tor Plorcos Oommon Sonso I Modlcal Advisor It Is stint FREE rooolpt ot oxponso mailing Is modlcal than thousand pagos of onocont stamps or Addross Dr all has not all was In am of Dr on 01 0111 1 11 N 111101100111111101011101 + I M H GABBERT i of Elizabetlitown Ky o e DISTRICT AGENT FOR I HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK t THE LARGEST COT1PANY IN THI WORLD Z t This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TOKNAIK t INSUKANCE giving the nuwt liberal contract on farm rued o town property Prompt sottlomonts guaranteed in wise of loss Prompt attention given to tiny matters that may come up 5- II iiJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky 1C 1 110111111111101 11 1 11 11 11 1 1N- z u u= = = = o THE u Fifth Avenue1 HOTELr yt Louisville Ky- II PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr o o ot = i1 The moat centrally located and only arst class hotel In the city making n A 1800 rule Jf Only one block from the principal ifr shopping district und two blocks from ij tho principal thentr i W Street cars pars the door to all purls lot the city- Everythlnt neat and clean fJ p OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY r 1 k N dd 1 t Y The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1003 BRANDENBURG i Frank Malin of Ashland was here last week D M Duncans house Is about ready for occupancy Miss lone Dowden has returned from a visit to Sehreo Ed Yeakel will have a large ware room added to hit store Mrs Chas Casperke is entertaining relatives from Louisville Mrs A C Lewis and children are visitors of Mrs J W Lewis Mr and Mrs W D Howard will make their home in Owensboro Miss Audrey Brown is visiting her brother Gus of Hardinsburg this weekJeff T Ditto has rented a cottage in PembroKe and his family will mover shortlyMr and Mrs Elrod ot Chicano + were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Watts k Mrs Pearce has returnea from a visit to her mother Mrs Simpson of OwensboroW and wife will occupy rooms in Mrs Kings house during the school term Mrs George Frymire will also join her husband there if her little son James is well F The Indies of the Aid Society will give an ice cream supper Friday night in the court house yard Misses Fannie May and Erne Coleman are visiting Miss Lemon of Crydon and will attend the fair Misses Susie Lee Ditto and Mary Richardson are visiting their nude Abe Richardson of Garfield Mrs Bertha Crofs and children of Louisville are visitors of Mrs C G Moreumn and Miss IInuie Moreman William M Ditto will make some very muchneeded improvements on his rwulenae above the corner drug store Mrs Jennie King and little dang liter Edith spent several days last- wttek with her orother J E Keith of Clorerport tRIllrinuen made his last trip for the easun Sunday as his wife aral abU will go to Louisville this week to artimiti Jlri G n U iprke end Mrs G H WorlAnd have returned frnra Owensboro where they attended the ClimituuqiiH lid Yetikel and wife have return ed from Cinalnanti where he purchas ed a large stook of fall goods which are arriving tally T B Howard has had a porch built the entire length of his house with other Iimprovements which add materially to appearance and conven ienceWa all enjoyed Mrs Ella Gregorys article A Trip to Niagara Falls in met weeks Messenger She certainly is gifted in diction and a now of language Mrs Angermier her daughters I Susie and Willie val a gentleman friend of Louisville were guests of Mrs Taylor Haynes Sunday who In vited several friends to meet them Charlie Casperk hit exactly the whenPlie is a second Marooni when it comes to interest and investigating along this lineDuring the middle and last part of the summer days the social wheels are sluggish and nothing of interest is ooourlng People will flock to the Corydon fair this week Miss Lydia Powell has been asked to act as one of the judges in the funny work department Cough Gnunell and Miss Lena Ne vitt attended the fair hop at Shep ardsville last Thursday evening GrayHair I have used Ayers Hair Vigor for over thirty years It has kept my scalp free from dandruff and has prevented my hair from turning grayMrs F A Soule Billings Mont There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Hair Vigorit is a hair food not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless Butgradually old color comes backall the rich dark color it used to have The hair stops falling too JIOO a bottle All drunUU ryour Untffjtlut cannot wppiy you tend us ono dollar anil we will express you n bottle JIo sure and clvo the ot yo noarest express ollleo J C AYER CO Lowell mlmojj i tr 4x YSPEPSIA IS CURED BY- DRPIERCE w OLDE MEDICAL DISCOVERY c IT MAKE WEAK 5TOMACHL5TRONG Gough reports the entertainments and people in that county as swell as the very swelled The Rev J L Hart preached morning and evening last Sunday He will begin protracted services next Sunday night at New Highland Miss Tennessee Hamilton and her aunt Mrs Mollie Hattcher have returned from tneir Eastern trip Mrs HAtcher is here en route to her home in Joplin Mo The way to a mans heart is through his stomach an old saying meaning that to win a man you must feed him well If this is not true it is still true in another sense that the way to a mans heart is through his stomach Many persons imagine that they have heart disease when it is only indi gestion This is how it comes about The stomach distended by gas crowds the heart and gives the feeling that tne trouble is in the heart If you dont know that you have heart trouble try using Valthers Peptonized Port and see If it does not relieve you- Small Hizes SO cents large size 100 For sale by A R Fishe- rGLENDEANE J a Eolton of Owensboro is in townGlen Moorman Is an obliging clerk at C Beelers Mrs Lucy Hunter was in Hardlns burg last Friday Mrs C Heeler and children are vis sting at Bardstown hR G Crider and two children are ill at her mothers Miss Mabel Beavin of Cloverport visited friends here recently Miss Hallle Moorman is visiting Miss Nancy Smith at Fordsville H B Dockery of McDamels spent Saturday night with T J MooreMiss Rosebud Moorman leaves next Wednesday for St Louis to be absent several weeks Miss Nell Moorman is at hove after a three weeks visit to friends in Irvington and Louisville Miss Katie Moorman one of Clover ports charming young ladies is visiting at Mr W R Moormans Dr R L Mercer of Louisville and Mr J Nick Mercer of Dallas jTesasspent Sunday at E A Moores The many friends of Mr John Keith regret to hear of his deathI which occurred at his home vingtonMr Mrs James Cary have recently returned from a visit to their j KingjMiss Ollie Hoskins has returned from Owensboro after two weeks spent with relatives there and in atten ding the Chautuuqua One hundred and two excursion tickets were sold here last Thursday Some idea of the number of Wen deaners attending the barbecue at Cloverport may be hind from this to soy nothing of those who drove throughStyles Howard and Owen Hunter eft last Saturday for State College Lexington This is Senior year for the boys after which we predict for both of theta prominent lucrative pod tlons- School opened last Monday with Prof T J Moore principal and Miss Ella Robertson assistant This Is to be one of the best schools in the county and parent who do not urge their children to be prompt in atten dance are tailing short of their duties Misses May Dempster Nancy and Lizzie Fisher were driving near Rockvale last Saturday afternoon when the buggy overturned and they were all thrown out after which the horse became frightened and ran off tearing tho buggy to pieces Fortunate ly no one was hurt We curry in stock along with scores of other pills the celebrated Ramons Liver Pills Tonic Pellets in fact we are headquarters for pills of all kindsbut we want you to try Ramons The manufacturers claim them to be the beat our customers who use them say they find them to ba the best 25c WEBSTER Crops were never finer Miss Mattle Hook went to Hardins burg Friday Miss Nun Lyddan will begin a private school Sept 1 The barbecue at Jloverport drew a good crowd from here Mrs J R MIls returned Sunday from a visit to Cloyerport J B Gibson has gone to northern Missouri to visit relatives Miss Ruth Gill of Louisville is visiting the Misses Hattield Ed Hiner and family visited friends at Stephenspott last Sunday W J Adkinson of Pettit Ky is visiting friends and relatives here Everybody is preparing to attend the barbecue at Irvington next Fri dayH O Keys and wife attended church at Walnut Grove last Sun day Miss Nan Lyddan entertained a number of voting friends from Louis ville last Sunday Mies Lucy McGavock and Miss Long of Cloverport are visiting at J K McGavocks Mrs S P Parks and T B Hen derson who were in attendance at the Sundayschool convention at Lex ington report a grand time and highly interesting meeting OAgTORLEL A Bean the Signatureof Tte N n You Hare Alcrays IIGUI l IRVINGTON I Clint Adkisson was in the city Sun dayMr John Frakts was in town last weekBob Ball of Hardinsbnrg was here SundayMiss Rena Roberts has returned from Louisville Mrs Bramlett and children are expected home this week Miss May De Tydlngs is the guett of Miss Ellen Mnuford Mrs Smith of Chicago is the guest of her sister Mrs Sam Payne Our base ball team played the Big Spring boys at Bewleyvllle Saturday Quite a number of our people enjoy ed the barbecue at Cloverport Thurs dayFortyhours prayer began at the Holy Guardian Angel church on last SundayP Roberts was called to Con cordia last weeK to see his aged father who is very 111 Mrs Perry Mrj Bolden and little Reba Lewis Bolden are visiting reU tires at Fordsvi lie Miss Mary Wrather leaves today Monday for an Indefinite stay in Vine Grove and Elizabethtown Little Nellie Smith has returned from Lexington and IB with Kittle McGhee for a weeks visit Miss Claudo Stith of Louisville Is visiting friends and relatives in this town and neighborhood Miss Maggie Greenwood has return ed from Cloverport where she was the guest of her sster Mrs Carter Miss Nancy Pusey is expected back from Owensboro to join the party that leaves for Mammoth Cave Thursday morningEverybody come out and hear the prohibition speaker on next Thursday Aug 27 Ladles are especially invited Speaking at 1 oclock Mr and Mrs John T Berry and Master Douglas Berry left Friday for their home in Nashville Tenn after a montns visit here Little Eliza Piggott celebrated her 7th birthday last Saturday with Misses Louise Lewis Mary Heron and Katherine Wimp as her guests Mrs Clara Lewis of Brandenburg was here Saturday making arrangements for her music olass which be gins the second Saturday in Septem berMrs Henderson and daughters and son Henry Waggoner left for Louis vile last week after a most delightful summer with their uncle Mr Wash yonr coal house nowH R White agent for best Kentucky coal lump tOMo per bushel nut Do per bushelMrs Con Bland was in Branden burg last week on business Mr Bland contemplates moving his family there as he has a position with Yea kel Co All out for Mammoth Cave Thursday morning leaving on fast train Costs only fl2a5 Dont fail to accept this opportunity to see Kentuckys great wonder Tour Sleeping Cars to Colorado Leave Chicago daily through the sum mer on the 11 30 pm tram Chicago Northwestern Ry Only 250 double berth Chicago to Denver Best of service Two daily trains Very low rates now in effect Illustrated book let Colorado sent to any address for a 2cent stamp N bL Breeze 435 Vine Street Cincinnti Ohio Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In oneday No Cure No Pay Price 25P BEWLEYVILLE He preached a tine sermon Sunday Miss Kate Triplett Taylor has been visiting her parents Miss Annie Payne spent Saturday and Sunday at home Miss Nell Drury has been in our vicinity several weeks Mrs Rufus Cain left Thursday to visit her aunt in Indianapolis Miss Blancoe Jolly is visiting the Misses fsunnulley in Parkland John Hicks is taking a vacation with his parents in Stiths Valley John Compton and daughter Miss Lena were in the city last week Miss Kate Stith of Louisville is down to visit relatives a fortnight Rev D S Campbell held Quarterly meeting here Saturday and Sunday Miss Edith Shumate ia the guest of her many friends as she attends the meetingMr and Mrs James Witt have moved to tha farm formerly owned by Kim Bewley Misses Olllie May and Lillie Clark son of Big Spring visited Miss Mln rile Stith Saturday Ernest Hardaway wife and sister inlaw Miss Fox will visit Mrs Thos P Hardaway this week Rev W H Bruner continuee his meetings in the Baptist church Rev Argabright is assisting him E S Foote who in visiting relatives here attended church Sunday He hall been away so long that none of his friends knew him The Trustees here have employed Murray Blanford as principal and Miss Bevie Cain primary teacher The school opened Monday morning Mrs Thos J Stith is soon to visit her daughter Irene Mrs Fountain in Arkansas She goes witn her grand son David Fountain who has been visiting In Meade county quite awhile Jesse Payne who was married Sa t nrdny oftenoon brought his bride up to spend Suuaoy with his parents A few friends were invited who approved of Jesses choice We extend congratulations Golden Rod End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with an abscess on my right lung writes 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 50c and 100 Trial bottle free We nave a nice box paper we are selling for 8oJ D Babhage Special Summer Rates Via Chicago Northwestern Ry For round trip tickets during the summer season to St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Ashland Waukesha Devils Lake Gogebic Lake 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 pbauiplets Colo rado California and Hints to Tourists giving detailed informa tion mailed upon application W B Kniskern P T M Chicago 111 FOLEYSIIONIYANDTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia hd Over half a centpry of ityc is one of the reasons why ii goods stamped ii X847YRogers Bros fthe product of this long experience are best They lare sold by leading deal ers For catalogue No6 explaining points of in terest to buyers address the makers- ratmnaaatSliver Cmpftny Mtrtttm ona s m First Class 1 iMeatsFor Picnicsii Wo arc prepared to furnish meats for suchoccasions I We make a featuro of this business during the season i and can supply every kind of meat neededdo it quick do I it right and do it cheap No I matter how large or smaItthe party may bo wb canii I the meat to perfect IIfurnishust let us know by i Jettortt Fred May 1CLOVERPORT1 I t Rss e aaam U I Get in the Henderson Route HabitJ r Kentuckiansff Official Routeto the Worlds Fair Cityrr t rt Finest passenger service through St Louis Owensboro and f Evansvllle to all points in the West and Southwest f If there are any Reduced Rates iu effect on account of special oc casions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions we have them ASK US FOR RATESFROM ANYWHERE TO EVERYWHERE And ASK US FIRSTll E L WOMACK 0 L Qarrett City Passenger Agent Traveling Pass Agent 4 r L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent- LOUISVILLE KY t r lJ 1a GRAND MASONIC BARBECUE Irvington Ky August 28 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MASONS HOME I Several of the most prominent Masons in the State will be present and make addresses Lots of music by Brass and String Bands IFIELD SPORTS I PREfllUMS ingtonFill IWheelbarrowI I DINNER 25c EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED 1 1 reo