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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l II II j titIIt s L 11t ATHIT C T NE SII 1 111 0i r J WISE HAGINS Editor and PublLhelp WPUDDxVO xO1kDonar e r You Sa Jttlvanca 1 k- VOLUME ILpfC150hIr i M nORIDA HilliRiCANE I Mnpli Diuuago to PropertysJOSH of j It IK Estimated That Half the Oran Crop Around Tampa andi5ne Fourth on the East Coast Hit Been Cut Off II Jacksonville Fla Sept HJglnWOK Friday morning on the cast coast and Saturday mornlngon tho wet and r lasting 24 hours Koulli Florida ht heel swept by tho strongest hurrlen- w n known In that part bf tho state Tho wires wont d3wn at tho beginning and railroad service was delayed 0 that account no details reached here hh Sunday Even they arc Ineo pletCJacksonville Fin Sopt 15 Tho wires south of Palm leach and Tam im nro etlll down and will not J o lurJhorlIetAUIIof y the havo Ilc irectAbd b null IndIIUI80I1Mr8 orr in omi trains ThjoJitcaWr Incbulvn of 11 crpooTf owned by tho Inch ShippingK Co from Qnlvoiton lumber and cyUpn need meat for Hampton bade wrnt nighTheg llnated at will striking the beaehw I great force and breaking Into threo pieces Tlio captain mates and II ofatlon tho crow were saved Nine weroI engineeThe t lered to pieces by the waves and Its occupants drowned Tho achatn Martha T Thomas 760 tons Cap tTwoWatts cargo of lumber from Apal rhlcula for Baltimore wan wrecked nlno miles south of Jupiter Tho tcooncr la split In half The crow were nil saved- Urunbors opera house at Palm O ileach wail partly unroofed as wero eight other btiolnosa bipckn v ileh of rero oleo damaged In other ways AU tbo boats ort the lako Worth water front excepting three were wrecked and funk Two lives wero loat In Tampa by tho alarm Louie Baroa a clgarraakcr who was truck by the fxlllnn cornlco e of a building tiled the next day T V Hunnlcullf a nintonnnn mot bla e 7 death scar thoiJggeBta Roy cigar lac 1H taraculv- atal Inl Y several fitrtortCs Y k were badly damaged The property lose at Tampa will reach f60000 It Is callmnted that half of tae or nngo trop has been rut off around ty Tampa and onefourth of tho east roast Thero are no wire south of Tampa and train ore dslakU What has happened at inntfJChrjar Punta Itusra not knelw U Is tCIOrted titunta IhtlJlI1 fin bee n t mpptely Waiihed away but no rom inuntcntton with tho place has yet boon osslble Owing to the timely warning of ttio weather bureau all shipping remained In the harbor after Flday morning It Is feared that tho schooner Eva Shenton which sailed for New Orleans early Friday has been libel Much np piohonnUm Is also fell fur the xloani ship Johnstoue which Is reported to havo sailed from Mobile for Tampa last Friday Middle and Welt Flnrldr are untlrc e- lI cut oft from tho ouUld world A train which U fl here Monday morning for Itlvnr Junction could grt no further than Greonvlllo ThcTo In no wro connection beyond Drlfton Both thoso places uo approximately 10 mllos west of Jacksonville HEAVY SNOW STORMS + Thousands of Cattle Are Freezing on the Northwestern Plains Chicago SMt tGThOlumnd ot cattle and IIbell are freezing on tho plains of tho nuithwest an the result of nn unprocudentcil heavy now storm for tlls xaaion of the year Railroad untie Is bloclicxl by a snow fall ot ton Itches In tho Dakotas Col orado Wyoming and Montana and tao entlrd Hrlrlfh Northwest U prostrate In In thogrlp of a frigid wave At Choy the ennc Wyn the lowest tomporaturo prnvnlls 26 degrees being tbo mint mum Y Stick By Lightning SprlngflclJ 111 Sept UThe tot of tho mafMvo porch at the front of the executive mansion was struck by lightning tunday afternoon during n tho storm Ttet bolt of lightning was a terrific one and twu great balls of flro seamed to rail from tho porch Gov fates thouitht tho porch had caught fire and telephoned for tho flro do ble partment Tho tire marshal and a day part of the lire department unsworcd the Biimmuria but could find no lire The bolt of lightning was one of tho too most terrifying ever witnessed hero A Dog Enjoined From Barking Knoxville Tonn Sept 15A dog belonging to It H Bell u well know u liveryman of this city WOK Monday tho enjoined by Judge Sneed from barkcl Ing anti disturbing the members of W for II Tcpclls family Fought a Duel to Death Ablta Springs La Sept 1uFran Allison and Marshall McGhcc two young men In St Tammany pariah taught a duel to death at the Tall hock camp ground Monday Both men 10womanWill Meet in Buffalo In 1905 N Stlollls Sept l6The biennial convention of tho Brotherhood of Hall way Carmen of America which hurlbeen In session here for the last woek of Monday completed Its buslnuss an- decldzd togTJjralo In lDOGJ a 1 AT MKINLEY8 TOMS Tho Widow Placed Floral Tributes on the Casket I 1Becon1tale rent 6atA oECI io was not ob 8ervedbr any formaliprograra In Can pubtltlerencen made in thd various t t llfeiandeath1 1 wero worn as J allent tribute by pu morons citizens Mrs McKlnloy In tho forenoon mado a special trip to the MoKlnley vault InAVcstlawn cem etcry and placed floral tributes on o tiocd from strangers were also placed In tho torah Mrs McKinley In In good health to mFIREMEN FORM A UNION fJ Will Reeel + chart erFrom the Am erlcan Federation of La ells 1 orPlttsGnrg Pa Sopt J5Mt was Joarncd ond y that tho Plltauurg firo men have r ently organized RoutsI ro1Dry p week Ton or wityi 5SraQmberi and eliitmtlon I s to follow with tho unionizing ot tho AI legheny fire department on Saturday next When these two cities are thorott flhcoclatlon will be formed by tho fade r with the object In view of ecllrill better pay with shorter hours rortl ire flro lighters and a release from all As political coercion HOMEorMembers of the Board of Govern n on Have Been Selected tho Louisville Ky Sept 15 ftlrand Exw lilted Ruler Joseph T Fanning II IalK who was In this city Afonda night announced tho selection of iw tho members of the hoard which IP Rovers the new Elks national 11 home Past Grand Exalted Meado E Wctweller of IIl1rrl blandNulty of Baltlmoro Mr Faanlnuslated that ho had not decided upon tho third member rtf the board MAJ BETANCOURT WOUNDEbYlr hv Tlear eve la Santiago do Cuba Sept 16Itoports of the presence of an armed par at SevcIU near Abonoy Monday At mornlnfc caused Gov Yero to send a force of rural guards who round the party which Is of unknown strength and attempted to arrest tho men AIll fight ensued In which Maj Bctan court In command of tho rural guards In waS severely wounded but no outlaws were captured DEATH OF SAMUEL CRAIG Formerly He Will a Business Partner I 1of the Presidents Father Augusta Ga Sopt 15 Samuel Craig born In New York 75 ears ago belt died hero Monday Long before the civil war Mr Craig was a business partner of President Roosevelts taUt Ho was also a witness to the sign Ing of the treaty between Japan 11111OJ Amurlca which was negotiated by Commodore Perry Mr Craig earn o south soma years before tho warp I Returned a Verdict of Guilty Now York Sept 16Tho Jury on tho case of the officials of the Mercan NtNfnlRulltIrlent of tho bank and Rudolph New man Its ClIherCoWill Investigate Indian Affairs Tho Washington Sept 15 Charles JIhll soph Bonaparte has been selected h Secretary Hitchcock to take charge o the Inficstlgatlon of affairs and officials a Indian territory that come rhoodjurisdiction of tire Interior depart hart mont ExSenator Farwells Fall Chicago Sept 15 Former United States Senator C B Farwell who 1ms Leon seriously III for several W01IIW fell from a chair Monday evening mn1Usustained H broken arm It is 3 shock may endanger his ultimate rccoverycPlttsburg Wants the Convention of Plttsburg Sept lliJohn S IamH president of thp lty council Mon Introduced n rfesolutlon wjllch was unanimously carried by that body JtJjhe vltlng tho republican national to hold tho next national convon tlon In Plttsburfr to The Carnegie Technical School Pittsburg Sept 16Aftermany de lays councils hnvo finally authorized club mayor to accept on behalf of the ny tho HlnnMagee alto purchased I tho location of the Carnegie JOInolpBACHBLORkEasy come easy go and hard to get ileac again en lallovertogether than it does a dozen mm o draw up plans to build a railroad Y Press The sultan of Turkey employs 15 sec whoso duty it tale translate books for hU delectation If one them happens to err and translates a fay salt that Is distasteful his majesty lit 1p1r pitched Into th9 Boaphpruo ly SU ARlN VESSEL anti Important Exliibl lieu of itiniiti Waife Jaye The Torpedo oatAdder Succeeded In torpedonffth CravenNavyb Test V t Success I1 f In EveryWaym Newport It h Sept 16A irclt exhibition of rnlmfc warfare Irapof tant as Illustrating tho effectiveness lt navys submarine craft a psjglve- uesday oft Brcntons Reef lightship 0 when tho submarine torcodo boat Xiiail der succeeded In torpedoing the to pedo boat Craven So stealthily dl the Adder creep apqpvtb trEa tUfr t tllO wooden t uCCC r soilalruckatho Crayon CaJiMrt below theitrtier slilps Ucfor- the crew on tho floating warship cool man the guns or tho torpedo tubes The sham I1ghl Tuesday was a con lent Unulnp oCthc proj5raniwhlchwaabe cote fun olJ1iYI aiw its m icst of th lubmarlne boat and wai axpcccae 1 awy way as tar as tho typo was conse earned The Craven left tbo torpedo station during tho forcpoon and running down of harbor cruised about Brentona In eet lightship walling tho attackco Adder Instead of following Imm Bolted nn hour In order to get the crew of tho Craven oft their guard soon n8 Fort Adams was clearedolf the submarine boat plunged beneath th- Iho surface earl remained for 45 min ator ales during which time officers and men enjoyed lunch without Inconvcnl sate On getting outsldo tho harbor of Adder was onto moro sent to the with surface but only her conning tower to exposed The Craven was sighted be short distance outsldo the lightship unconcernedly on ah easy swell In The Adder again plunged and when Cravene a and a regular projectile was fired The strutg and force sufilclent to perceptibly Jar next boat Tho crew of the Craven wa- nable s to reach tho guns ln1Jlmo tq 2 IJthot ttt t bnatsr lu no wtb li w Ion v f- kcclr iSNOW FLURRIES IN NEBRASKA cant Midnight the Temperature Wuot DoWn to Freezing Point Lincoln Neb Sept IGWltb sky nt midnight and temperature down to the point of frost vegetation Nebraska was being slightly nllpelltTuesday night Tho weather rust Is not cold enough In Eastern Ne case for brooks to lIIatorlaU corn VjdaysthwrternJrfromof Nebraska received up to mid rr night Indicate that frost was cnerRItbl IrfloralltlosI Crop bureau estimates the door to corn at 25 per contonani beenEXPLOSION IN THE BASEMENT I close Broadway National Dank Building Gutted By Firewo13 01Nnttonalcorner of Park place was by firo early Wednesday morn At 2 oclock Here was an explo A In the bailment tram somo un + t n cause anti the fire Immediately the elevator shaft to the root whole Interior of the sevenstory moot was soon ablaze but tho cd prompt work of tho fire department land totand largo one ot too oldest In Its neighbor Thn Broadway national bankwmoved to nqw ciuarlcrs several They weeks ago v i Lynching In MlsslssJppIIf Crater IIII SOil 16WUllam illiams Nosro wan lynched on main strkM of Ccntjrvlllo Tuesday ton Q mot ot K eral hundred people amt Williams who Il a labor agent has here ssYOin S employing Ne gross tor cpntrncto In other sections the state Durlni A quarrel with J Germany a white nnn Williams atatq drew a revolver and s ot tJermany dead A mob waV gttlcklyN1111amr and a running fight TtoJI0 ended Inaho Negro tured nUll shot to deata by loo cr Oftv- iedeA Chatty Worker De dtt 3 Berlin Sept lrfU8s M toy well manager of the American wjiiflliflut died tiara She bad been mnf ndatl yoars actlrA fhuharity wJilt Jndye trotilileNtrI rees eRII d 8 Exilem Land at KIn G llXln stbn Jnmalna SepL lij eFouChard an aoplrant to tire pre of Haytl accompanied by ariln prominent Httytlen JpoilUciai s tier hero They were axlte d y nt Nord for consplrlr yeJtr throw tho republic S fFreezing Weather In Texas Waco Tex Sept 161lIs reported front Stamford Jones county that there was a drop of 40 deg ln tbo temperature Monday night andjjTups ly ud that LAe31pEattju P tn prevails rrI Eleventh Areas iyatxtli natfouallr- at7 h Uosan a four den tabernacle Tueitltiy K largest num AI r eywV Ince tho begin of the tan fir the rcclam of the w4il bOwing how the- novement kMj a national In delegatesyPeanayltppJa irlnonti whl rhLthe and ro IPal gorernmeot ci martial o ntiatlonb or all Thodra of the c tgress so great Js IsItoIadequdt Anlntcrriitlonal aspect Wnl to the pcocc huge by the prclI of two resQTbftM foreign govern ihoSfirst by Secret fY of Agrlcultum Wilson Us Gov Wells of UtAh In his speech In welcome and President W A Clark his response time has elded to do things shearUlY cheered of Important ra ts beneficent to from cause of the Irrigation are conne deafly expected by tfoth delegates and 10000 from tho present congress and first resolution Introduced by Son the Burton of Kansas favoring the conserving of tho flpod waters of the neE great rivers as a P4rt of the schema the Irrigation ot thewcst vyas received the so much ravo that there seems ful be no doubt that such action will ovcrwheiminglyscored vote U Is estimated aE theca remains but the arid anti uenlarld zoncg about size COO000000 acresof scant public lands tltude there Is attlDCl t watt available for under the aYstai to Irrigate of aFcakonC1alfint raea If tn the 30 years i shxjuld prAvldo resgrl J u ln acrra 1t a n i t 1111Mrrty Aght t erasCaf shoal ory ber lh Ithlchtttrlcl J 0 killed1 tGttr t oTrleotmant llleCynthlannof Curtis w on trial here had tho alleged aalasslnaton of Jim at J n July 21 the after 15 Jesses lied been In on duced tar the defendant and 11 for In coniponwr uu on motion of de Ish for change of venue Judge It decided that the case should tried here sod at once Indicating the It no Jurors could be selected from redlfs county that ho would order Sher their Leach to go to other counties and Jurors Twentyfour roan were regular panel tar this term of court of this number seven men have Sir accepted as jurors and at the of court Tuesday afternoon rho- Judge said he would draw tho names GO men from the wheel and they ton be given to tho sheriff and his sick deputies to summon here by 9 room Wednesday morning second HELD STREET SERVICESller while Detachment of the Salvation Army run at Winchester Ky r Winchester Ky Sept IGA detach was of the Salvation army command by Col Richard E Holz of Cleve O wero hero Tuesday afternoon a held services on the street A crowd was present end moot fqstcd much Interest In the propoard pel aalon of the mountain counties loft tar Jacfcuon where TKey will proquro horses and proccejf cast to the Virginia stat y believed hero bat much good I Four rcault from thetillp i- Jnekaon Ky 9pt 1G a fialrk army arrived TujESday night held a brief iliuetlng on the streets Jesse which was falrljiwell attended i r and Rigid Quara Established pars Ijircdo Te jtftjt 16The Texas health an tcdcrnl authorltlcg Tuesday night g shed a most rigid lee quarautino agora u Laredo McxJ opposite this clj iunt otJfi lira af gi + r opo oho trado antelThe cnts tBfgrlh 4 ue otpacea sn c Rncl apprqafhod thn proportions j- zrd In hc nlountalns It R79 ir snowing for several days j TV CruiserMaiyland Jrloated1vNowport Newk Vu Sept 16 The United States ruiser Maryland was Van floated Tuesday nfernopn Apparent Jnltcd the ihlpls nc damaged lu the leas oxaAipallon t the hottom rvltlb- aadp immedlati 1HJt ii i AGEN HAL UPRISING rsitwcctioii in the Vilayet rystyled That the First Three DivisI HePhllHpopolllhoc Was Called Out LrSalonlcaA general Insurrection In the vll civil yet of Salonlca cant ot thIS Vardar andMondny ImdBulgarl CteeSona Sept lGNo Important st pc preaontrrltlca for the capital dfPrlnce Ferdinand and toreply from tho powers or somo loft matlon from them In response to Dul garlas noteegThe air here te filled with rumors of prl mobilization It Is alleged that tho three divisions of tho army hat- Ing their centers at Sofia Phllllpopo and Sllvnac have been called out official quarters however It is do the clared that tho only step actually deHe upon Is tho summoning to colors tho first threo divisions who retired tad tho army during the last threo leader This will slue a force of some men who will be chiefly employed wa In strengthening the troops along scoot rootlet It Is expected that a week will stif to enable too ministry to judge of many extent to which Its final appeal to powers Is likely tp prove success Doubts aro expressed In diplomatic circles whether the Dulgarlan It will bring any decisive result there is every disposition to recog the sincerity of tho ministrys at and Its v omplote Justification din Issuing such a document In view upon the immense forces that Turkey Is gathering In threatening close prox frontlCrzAlore the vilayet of Monastlr A large body of Ben troops agar tp Pollster mountains to dlsiicrsfi llho bandatconccalcd thero in tnrreretaylaasesfr nts and lis tccn pear line igpnastgrypKami thttjnear Monastlr to ecerof revolutlonartes supposed to be In the building finding none set flro to tho monastery and tho servants and the women A Konsklglavl year losengrad a cavalryfed Itn three hours engagement with rage 1 other of Insurgents The Turks 30 killed and many wounded Cralk Tho Dally Moll understands that British cabinet Monday resolved naval cooperation with the powers near near eastern waters and that Brl ships will soon appear at Salonlca Is said In Vienna that the repre sentatlves of the powers have advised cultan to withdraw the Bulgarian went from Adrlnople on account of t lawlessnesstereCONFINED TO HIS ROOML Thomas Lipton Is III In theLAuditorium Annex ChicagoOhlta Chicago Sept IGSlr Thomas Lip little arrived In Chicago Tuesday a very Soocl man and now Is confined to his hat at the Auditorium Annex with ablrphysician In constant attendance A There attack of stomach trouble roars rover than that which he suffered the guest of Lieut Oov WooIof New York overcame ining WtIrugoon tho verge of collapse A ear nnMphysician quickly summoned Hasty treatment afforded somo relief Tho patients condition was such as to com tho postponement of all funcUonllJ1 remIALLEGEDn Men Were Placed Under Arrest was unatwillTroYGreen James Sanders A V Morton Richard Mann Wash OreclIFBufordfMcCaJj alleged 4orwere brought haters State 101lIayand they bro now In jailthlit that these are railed andrlegroesof+ blacks to cave under pen ant Office AeportShernr 5 Sept 16T o annual t of ttitf cpmmlsal r of patentns t1 a fatal pf129 patents 2194 marks Issued durngs tho year front applications tor raeehanlcaft tand Y afternumbered 49199 Were To Confer With the President Birmingham Alar Sept i6 + lostBhorapson collector vof Internal In Alabama and one ot President planof encavailsw v tor Oyster Bay where he wasthe bra conference with tho prcsl the school Death f H Chester Van SantoIIhlladelphta Sept 6li ChesterIA Sant eastern manager of the epl States steel corporation died lank lueedayxrnm appendicitis at his reel he dty after au Illness of ery six days He was 43 yeara of aucrir 0 v tt S nnSSUS cxxXxxf STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST a L 1txXXt1CxXxx1lXllxxKr A DEATH OF COL R TrJACOB r Was a Picturesque Figure During Suit the Civil War I IIvll1 Ky Sept HCol It T a plcturefiquo figure during the been war sled at hfA home lnthls elf cult Sunday Col Jacob was 78 years old to was widely known an the men voted Kentucky from secession seen alsd as the captor of Gen lobo fell ol Jacobs career began with a trip J the plains In 1845 He crossed orlte tine to join Fremonts command He service during the Mexican war Returning to Kentucky he was elected United the leglzluturo as a democrat The the eccsslon question canio before the be and Cftl Jacob created sur while by rcfuelng to vote with the the Brecklnridge hlvote giving a the plurality of oneColtbe unionist against secession When attire ties tilities opened Col Jacob organized 9th Kentucky union cavalry The participated In the smashing of Morgans raid and It was to Col Jacob Ills command that the confederate arid a number of tits followers a surrendered Near theciosp of tlluspral r Cot Jacob became lleutepint g r Capt of Kentucky noon Col Jacobs wife Sarah Benton tits daughter of Thomas IL Denton died protect years agoRnm A PRINTERS CONFESSION poking carried Landed S D Dempsey In a Cell at West Point killed Louisville Ky Sept 1GThe Hob county grand jury will be called to Investigate the sensational Frank attempts to destroy the newspaper Iantor the Deacon a weekly newspa lIIlrMorrison the editor of the paper- S employed D Dempsey a printer employed and the paper and whpsc life It had killedthought was threatened by the n unknown has arrested tteWl1stlt thrbifgh room no 1 u rrw4l SHOT HIM DEADSE Sheriffs Posse Searching For Harry Supreme Craik and Green Strong Lexington Ky Sept IGA mes from Boonevllle Ky says that a biennialsheriffs posse has been seeking Harrv and Green accused of Knights cljiOD onlIo at It Is claim tn JKatthemremark they made about his Healy portance wedded wife He reared and j body to a friends house and shotgun It Is claimed and the securellltranl IeallAsHospitals Are Crowded the Ky Sept ltiThe has of In Lexington are so crowded S W no more patients can be taken A girl was transferred from tho D Samaritan to St Josephs but governor Institution could not accommodate dldate and she was sent to Louisville cialists era numerous cases of typhoid cult hey Two Were Held For Murder Paducah Ky Sept 16The exam trial of Mrs Nannie Smlth Cox liam Bertram sort his spn Jordan told charged with murdering and Coxs husband William Cox was Henry Monday In Benton Marshall John and tho two former Were hold- Jordan Burtram was excused bonds burg A Kentucky Victim Green Ky Sept 16The ains of Lester J Lewis of Oat this county have beep received Carrie York from the Philippines tn visit In the regular army and white bell about a Sear ago was shot ambush and killed The remains tlon bo sent here for burln1IIpeel IKanGoebelKy Sept 16The cases Coy W S Taylor exSecretary of Charles Cant John J Farrell a brother of Caleb Powers or the others charged with complicity In died fioebel murder conspiracy were Uon In the Franklin circuit court ago continuednesdlchurlFiftySergeant Ky Sept 16 Deputy Wear Johnson and OeorgeRo surprised David and John Hoi losle brothers and Hart Kelley thing to Jim Kelly who escaped tits the Whltesburg Jail a week ago reel arrested them on Elkhorn creek She a fierce tight III which 50 shots land fired the Hit Plan Fell Through Green Ky Sept 16Th1LeMaj E II Watt to have an- ampment Paul of the First battalion of expert Third refitment In this city prior to shop regiment going to the West Point lerson of Instruction has fallen through slneerlng herePreparingKy Sept 16The war Many has shipped 3500000 smokeless cartridges for use at nesses West Point The artll prevent will probably use smokeless pow and The camp will be named In hon hey tied louaw to be 1- v t xxxXXXXxxxXxaX xX THE FAMOUS METEORITE J Entered In the Circuit Court For Its Possessionr Lexington Ky Sept llSull has Instituted in the Bath county cir court by tho heirs of F MEwing recover from T J Pergram the ra- mous 300pound meteorite which was from Northern Ohio to New Orleans on November 15last and which on the land of tho Ewing estate w Hugh Pergram discovered the mattewhile hunting and he dug up has been offered large sums for 1t I Similar sutra have been tried In the States In the last few earsycourt deciding the totthe property of the landowner a like suit In France resulted In aerolite becoming the property of one finding it II ANIMAL TRAINER HURT V x+ Lionels He Was Training Flew at Hit Throat Louisville Iy SeptJGSlIltl1na lioness of the Ferarl Bras carnival at the throat of her trainer Peter Cardona Tuesday altar and nit him five times lacerating arm which he had thrown uptn himself Employes of the wild show sprang to the rescue with poles and pistols shooting and the animal away Cardona was to the hospital on the carnival caut89lzedtour men- KILLING J i AT MIDDLESBORO j Zullger Killed By Clay Colssn Monday Afternoon Ky 15frttnk Zull formerly of Clnclnn lfiat lately by the New So tit Brewery Ice Co of this city was shot and Monday afternoon by Clay Cols The shooting occurred In the bran of the brewery and there wero witnesses Zullger was found shot j thj head soil a 38callbejj rg rUh hree cha eta empty tKentucky TO LAST THREE DAYS Lodge of Knights and Ladles of Honor in Louisville Louisville Ky Sept H The 14th session of the supreme lodge and Ladles otHjfipr will bo in this city g Tuesday1 15 The sessions wliriant days One hundred and fifty del are expected to attend the meet at which business of more lm than has come before tha tor a number ot years will Ua Nominees For State Offices Ky Sept 15AsblanltItarnish candidates for three most Important state offices Each the parties are represented Hon Hager Is a candidate on the democratic ticket tar auditor lion J Wllholt candidate for lieutenant Olaf Pearson socialist can for secretary of state The so will have a candidate fur cir judge and commonwealths strut Illicit Distilleries Raided Owlngsvllle Ky Sept 14Unlted- Stales Marshal Prest Jackson made n In Rowan and Morgan count o arrested H H Ross Martin Jonas Cassldy W H Baldrldge and Roberts on the charge of illlir 4 dlstjlllng They were released on 5i for their appearance at Catlctw court on December U Mrs Carrie Nation In Kentucky Hopkinsvllle Ky Sept HMrl Nation has arrived here on a to her uncle Squire Alex Qamp and other relatives Her vlslt to Kentucky she stated was only a vatsi and she could not stake any She goes from here to Mich In a few days Jack Farrells Father Dead Covlngton Ky Sopt 15 Patrick 57 father of Jack Farrell St Louis National league team Monday morning from an altars which was performed several dstyg The funeral will take place Wed morning front the St PotrloJia Rattlesnake In Her Bed 1 Ky Sept HWhen Miss Hampton retired she toll souio moving In the bed Turning on light she saw a rattlesnake seven long crawling under the covqr screamed and her father rushed Into the room andTBfibt reptile Will Supervise the Shops Ky Sept IGProt P Anderson has been appointed as In charge of the exhibits in practice at the Worlds fair An Is dean of the mechanical pn f school at the state colKjo 3 Indictments to Be Returned Paducah Ky Sept 167 MoTfUi are being summoned Uefora grand Jury than eyerjbefOrHf an official of the courfstatetl tiiPt expected at least 2QkTndlclgji a returned s r I S I 3 BREATH ITT NEWS ridt September 18 100J WISH IIAQINS Ilditor- ANNOUNCE1IENT r authorized to announce LVGSTER HOWARD D didnto fur the office of Jailer ct kk hilt County subject to the Do of Iho voters of Breathitt- C at the November Election 1 V L authorized to announce 31 C BAILEY a cnndidnto for the office of Jailer or I i nthitt county subject to the ac ti ir tho voters of Brealhltt county a1 i in November election 1903 JOHN D WHITE Caiuy r Loom 003 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky WoIllructice In State and U S Courts BUJ had soils Real Estate Keeps g l list of Farms at fair prices Spe cialattention given to Oil Coal and Uimfoer Jands Reports values on ap plication Director for the New Era Land Company ilCirculation more than rUiUTEI3X HUNDRED topics W K will accept advertisements ui guarantee that our paper has r n than twice the circulation in = iliathitt County of any paper ru dished Heres More Tmilcrlsm ir 8 Miller anti his committeemen si in t that A L Haglns had carried u majority of the precincts and was able t iKsnize the Convention refuted to- nhle by tho call an published in the 1iater or to allow the delegates to nvui a motion before him but caned h committee together to get reports fr iii hem It appeared however that- I irrc of his committeemen had not beau sworn in although they had l iii noting as such committeemen It n nFPared that they had not held pr i rwt tneetin tr1 the three precinct Ji ill 7ackso rfbut had held all J t ft together In direct violation of tdlui ttithUandlng the fact that A L J ih had carried a majority of the jir incsin the county and those that i d 75f Demgcratlc votes while T tiiauotcl Cj t1SfI r al1llftstju d clar m i 1 the nominee for Circuit Clerk t M other column will bafounj the e t uf the convention that nomi i A L llugina for Circuit Clerk v convention WHS carried out ac c rg to the call and according to 1UVV J rrVliepe have the right to luiiuinnte and elK their oflicers or will they allow Miller and hit Commit tt f to take them from them lr Thomas Little of Manchester who hoe been employed at the Ailing ton Hotel for tho post several months leaves next week fur Los Angeles Cal i ulliinIA cold wave is now passing or attempt ins to pees over Jackson Many nl the blue denizens declare that the il tmometr on last Tuesday was ur 7 s depress above zero + For Rent lirgo store house at Crockettsvllle I r further Information call on or ad dm Mai MARY E STIDUAU- CROCKETTSVILtB Kr tali For Republican Convention i Republicans of Breathitt county o iltrAby called to meet at the Court IJI in the town uf Jackson on Sat 11 I the 3rd day of October atone F e u ik andall other voters of said c ty who are opposed to fraud and t Ji inptioii In electrons in said coun ty elsewhere but are in favor of a f imllutand fair count are also In j v ill j attend said convention without ri a to post political affiliations and 1 jipnte therein for the purpose of r mating candidates for the offices i Circuit Court Clerk Sheriff and r of said county to be voted for at t suing November election k Ting under my hand this the 18th jJ nf September 1003 JOHN 0 GRIFFITH Chairman B C O- II HORST Secretary A Remarkable Record 6 Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a r remarkable record It has been in use for over thirty years during which time ninny million bottles have been sold anti used It has long been the standard and main reliance In the f treatment of croup in thousands off lr ms yet during all this time no wile hus ever been reported to the manu r fa turers In which it failed to affect a cur When given as soon as the child bra mies hoarse or even as soon as theI ciupy cough appears It will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take+ many children like it It contains no opium or ether harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to ar adult Fur sale by DAY Duos CoY r Pure bred Pekin Ducks Cornish In t dim Game chickens and Belgian Harts Tor pale by M do M lUoixs t ti Jackson Ky yw N RL J A 5 t4 o CORRESPONDENCE J ikd p From This and S1ec1aCLarreepondeftts Iii IIG t BEATTYVILLE i Rtin is needed to settle the dust In the streets The Catholic are people erecting a church building on the hill above II L Who lers and hove tho framing most doneGD Illeronymus of Monica was In town Wednesday wo relnfor ned that his sawmill at Sj Helens was burned a few days backloss about 60000ClIITord Bryant son of J U Bryant while playing with other boys at school got 01 e of his eyes knocked out Wednesday morning The cause was anoth er boy playing with a top which struck him in the eye The Democrats of tide tho 23rd Ju dicial District closed Its convention at 10 oclock p m Tuesday after nomlna ting Hubert Hiddell of Irvine Ky for Judgu and J K Roberts of Heattyvllle for Commonwealths Attorney The Republicans of this the 82nd district of Kentncky nominated Lewis Spicer of Lee county as tftelr candi date to represent tho district in the lower house of the next General Assembly of Kentucky Mr Spicer is a deserving man and has a strung fol lowing in the district The Democratic Convention was well attended but though some mishaps the bolt of feeling failed to prevail We heard eevedal speeches made during the convention from a Democratic standpoint but we must say that Charley Friend of Irvine Ky opened the lull with hot shot fll1ns recognised at the opening of tho convention taking to the floor for the pur pose of nominating a temporary chairman but took tho advantage of the opportunity went after the Republi can party In strong language he asserted that the President of the U S lied recognised theto Book of Booker T Washington as being that of and In stinct of n gentleman but he ut heart recognized Booker Washington as the outstinct of a negro Ho accused the Republican party of stealing offices and asserted that the election of the Republican State ticket in November would be a disgrace to Kentucky Who ever heard oL the Republican party being ebibto steal np ffloSiS B State of Kentucky Ifthty npSsSA t thing nt a1 nb3steelie btlloelt py 01 H ttvhdhoveand taken the State Offices by force I and now hold offices which do not belong to them but which justly belongs to the Republicans who have bean ppen ly robbed of their rights We would be glad to hear of Charley speaking in every county of Kentucky Core know he would snake many votes for the Republican rmrty because there are many good honest Democrats In Kentucky yet TORRENT Mr and Mrs A M Styles of Ridge wood spent several days in Lexington lest week Mr Charley linker of Pennington Gap Va is stopping with relaiives In Zachnrlah Miss Mary Cilley of Ridgewood Junction was visiting friends at Glen cairn last Friday and Saturday Mrs Jeff Bush of Zaclmrlab made a social call on friends and relatives in Rldgpwood Junction last week lice Mary Ann Combs of Qlencatrn Is visiting at the hone of Mr Joseph Gilley of Ridgewood Junction Mr Earl Ashley has succeeded Mr Dolf Coy as clerk in Eastern Ky Stave Cos store at Ridgewood Junction Mr Dolf Coy and his sister Mrs Will tan Bedford of Ridgewood Junction paid a visit to Ridgewood last Sunday Mr Charley Spencer who lies been living nt Fltwnstfe fur some chap past has removed hit fancily to Ridgewoodd Junction Mr Blain Dougherty Of Salt Lick arrived in Ridgewood Junction last Friday lie secured eranliy rent ns 1 tester In thettave factory Mr and Mrs EdRrdMY raol Itldke wood Junqtlon returned from Salt Lick Wednesday Mr Mjerrt brother Air John Myers nceotmmniid horn home An excursion front Clnctnnatfl brought twohundred people liBrJTlHSSt i Sunday The excursion consisted of nine coach loads of people but most a of them sopped off at Natural DridgeI L and E employees Day nt Nnturnl I Bridge which should have been last Saturday was Indefinitely postponed by the railroad company A conihli t erable crowd of excursionists werjjnot to be disappointed however an siroy went to the Natural Bridge anyhow I Mrs W A Jones of Itidgewood Juno lion gave a social last Saturday night in honor of Mr Dolf Cjy who leaves here for a prolonged visit to relative in central Ohio Among the lads nnd lasses present were Missus Bertha Jones Cello and Martha Bush Mary Gilley Mary Ann Combs Annabel Gilley and Lillie hush Messrs John and Clifford Jonen Jacub nnd James Bush Dolt Coy James Profit Robert Sullivan Earl Ashley Walter McBriJe Dave Baker Allen Gilley John Myers Blain Dougherty Frank Daiifels Leonard Barnes Joint and Steve Pol son and Le Roy Lacy ulso Mr and Mrs Ed Myers and Mr and Mrs Jesse Townsend a ST HELENS Our school Is progressing nicely the attendance good St Helens is on n boomtwo n w buildings in the past month Miss Sam Hurst of Cnmpton wasI the guest of Miss Ollle McGuire last week Tho lion Kelly Kush made a flying visit to St Helens last Saturday after noonMessrs Tlios F Wilsot and WT tc nQulro are vlsllh th t l IIwe v 7pAir j Lisa Lel JtitF rUC1J n ids- j the epC o lash I1IJ iiiitre IIt I tr JS shy Tennessee nnrjurtta hot time- Sayboys if you flint ft soldlcr man you iRun in it Jut go why bock t and sit down f Misses Minnie and Ida Scales of this county was the guest of Miss Al vis Wilson last Sunday Misses Flora Snowden nnd lliillie Thomas were among the number who visited Natural Bridge Tuesday Mr J W Jameson will leave Mon day for HonJuras where he has a nice position with H lumber company Mr F W BenUy has completed his new dwelling and storo house and Is opening up a full line of groceries Mrs Lydia Snowden of Jackson Mrs WInnie Lucas of Primrose anti Mu I Snowdeii are visiting their par ents at Crab Orchard this week Soy I Wonder what stakes uB Jack visit Primrose so often Also why did foggy desert the place so soon after dinner last Sunday Fess up boys Misses Maggie and Dot McGuire two of St Helens most charming daughters left for Louisville Saturday morn fug where they have accepted posi tions a number of the railroad boys IQuite day hero last Sunday They came to see thu girls of course Wo are pleased to mention tine namos of Capt Glass James Patrick better known as Jlmmle de IiiciiAIbert Wright Foley Price Mack Mtrnphy and Willie Patrick Come again brtys fi2 a sa a sa 5252552525255c55225 FLOYD DAY President J SAMUEL HEAD JnleshierIF PJK AWFORD Vice President ROBT VANARSDALL Asst Cash JACKSON DEPOSIT pIC YillPaid up Capital 15000 K Surplus ft ivT 105ML- l VSff fI We aolicittbe Banting Business antlaccoiiiita of 1oiLumber Manufaotufcrs j1 Timber Dea1yrs p 1 Business Menw r A Mereian s t f Farmers i Throughout Eutern ICentnckyand ofdronr uatoraera o the raos LIBERAL T RMSWithin tho limius of legitimate business UN = =COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY n h ufvweetr rit f pISl SOS f at blare Blanche tho beautiful and nc of Mr and Sirs norellat Uliontly III We miss her brightt presence very much for she one of Simpsons brightest JlljsheMr James Muir and Inturrostlng fait by ly moved to thelr new homo at the Davis Stnvo mill on last Saturday Mr and Mrs Vroomand and three ihlldren who came to Simpson last week only tarried herna few days lions nod then all removed to Davis The new addition of tl house of W A Hampton here is almost completed It adds a great deal to the appearance and convenience of hit home He lies silo started n new wire fence on his rum which will encloso about six hun Bred acres Tire dust is high and mighty here on till account of the droutht Misses Anne and MallleCope passed through here Monday en rout to Jackson to a few Mr W It Hamilton of title place Is expecting to visit tilt tsburg Pa in a u t l i + 75Sl the envy 1J oil 3Irl9ed Tlntra n st Iclehmon- ir ulbee of Flat r JM jMelvinn anti Wuges of Magrrvrcbn 111rMrs Lizzie Oliver of M mdow branch s visiting relatives at th a placoallJilt and Mrs George Lovelace of Stilhvater attended funeral services on Sunday the Mr M E Shackelfoid of Fincastle io visited his mother at Flat Monday Miss Minerva Miller visited her cous In Miss Nannie Miller last week Mrs Nancy Oliver and her niece Miss the annie Oliver aro contemplating a trip to Huddle Mll Ky- BOWLING Is S Perry co en lo20thant wen th rSoMr Ell Cornett of Hazard who is engaged in the drumming businessI was in this part a few days ago W Henry Johnson and wife of Shoal Leslie county was the guest of John DI Bcgley Saturday Several people visited the home of rphn M Begley Sept 6th to witness nn betweenBowlingtoown an easy quietSg 11 erry MMak- esErhea 1 t breadtirsn een using because It fa from the best wlfjat andm Ued tire right way on thr best equipped rolier flour mill In Kentucky Let u 25lb sack of JEST PATENT foi MOUNTAIN LIHLYtalk to Joult tif vllbe more convinci j than a barrel Ha of words Ask your g icer kir it tj Tl G MANSE D SON BOSSLYNKY The tOrtit was I ordered that iireclnotnioullng bo held TuesdaySeptember purpose of seiectlngdelegntes lontlend ortltcklllIIlIlIThe following are thp resolution 0Resolved flint till votes of each recinct le certified by the chnlrman 11nnkstroy the candlduiu receiving the That all Democrrts shall bo allowed rote in sold convention who hare with the Democratic party whfch Is tabs dulerinlnvd th Chairman and Secretary of tIlt mooting G S MifLRt Chairman J M AULWC Secretary Pursuant to Urn shore cull coiKcn were hold In the various pro cinoUof the county on Wtxlnatday Septembet 0 anti ilolepiites ward njv pointed to tho convention to mel at Jackson on September 12 ami the following precincts instructed ihulrilul egates to vote for A L Huglns for Circuit Clerk Jackson No 1 Jackson No 2 Jackson No 3 Georges Brunch W e Clay Hole Lewi Fort Spring Fork- Eliiuttvtife Th jibuvo pretiniis representing m nmiio votes out cf the 1000 whole number of Democratic voTw ai the last election in the county dtflKgntbs met nt tho Court house Satottjay Sept Iflh Innqoordaiice lrbrfl1dlii II nlOaIvat JQn B rtllit s ale t teprltra a sOnlt a tfib r llowing UlcgAtMff o niinittoe ortT c FUpdrjiui K Noble Athford Joseph J Jl E Davis who retiredanti in the following report xvHch uimniniiously adopted We the Committee on Credentials pointed by the Chairman of the Convention called to meet at Jackson Saturday Stplembttr 12 1003 for purxj e of noiniiiatlng n Democrat candidate fur Circuit Clerk bug Icaveto submit the following report No contests ware tirade before our Committee We find from tine credential that fallowing gentlemen are accredited delegates to this ConventionaJackson No 1 Ocmbsr H F Davis S II Stldham fJacksonFrazier Harlan Rico Wm Spur 1JackionVires Georges Branch Jumps T Deaton B May John Stidliam Thomas Denton and Harvey Slzomor- o0ny eJ It Blake 1 B OIe 0 FuIffklnsElllotlsvllloJ M E DovIijW L suttee nnd Sam Patton Sr + All of which is ropectfully ijef cfried Given Under ouuhands this 12th day jlL1luVC ADVdJ K1 n B C II L Uhll o Idord M1E j r lacoSo 11SUdhnmCJng Ueatorr 0 MIIanHmnnjiy dispensedVjUfj tfous being Declared In order was nominated as lhe k Candidota for Circuit ecoived all ofVha W Sff F1iorcrTIilllit p t- Breathittounly tdrC tenit 5111IonBlttrled- Cv roviMso arman i t stvS DiiAiij Secretary r I1hzaIi Ifot1iro not a subscriber to News begin now8 mo 25o JJ I v tJ4 y- vtl L IIj t h Day ffif Br05CO I have the most complete stock OftI GENERAL t MERCHANDISE i i 1vV Jl Ever brought to Jackson Consisting rf1 r t t1Jc3oa= f t V NfjfJ liSt t OO r p eioflllqt t lI 74 fP I i f iII J JiLt c IJo St x t1 eIQ f We have the Finest nine of SHOES in t1 Eastern Kentuckye ur meris shoes art a f the Latest Style 1 For the Ladies- u avetlte mot Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery Goods This Department is under the man- gement of Miss Laura Rawlings who show you he Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS- In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh II the Eastern Marketsr ftII If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE ia- rW are the people you are looking for 1CN we have it by car loads to suit r every body Come anj111111U1NIIIIIIIIIIIlUI111111111111111111111111Rllllllllll Prices Are AH 111111111111111111111i iIIIIIIinili4JIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lIrPA i i ft ay Br4Y 4 r o r cf t GO TOr1 eN o r eI iId a En 1 A N 9 Si1 J For Upto I 3lcs of Iii JII1II1111111111 IIiIIIIIUIIIIII t e A G 11 nnntnuuulIar As Represented by these cuts Prices C mo are as low or lower than forI i CHEAPER GRADE SHOES r STlic Question is not how much you ft pay but hoW long they lastS U IlxtuihttiiiteeS n i i iU er toc cry pair and a better shoo can not be A found F C KELMANIJackson Kentucky iP c rA The Bieathitt Newsn PulillMlicd livery lrl lay = riesl3 IIN AND AltoUND JACKSON n arr522sawasas s2s25a = ESf Circulation uioro than FOUHTKKX iruiuinMi copies J B Hollon feo was h Wtdneiday Oapt Jolir kord to H- ari U Monday II C C Irnuutt uttundurg 1m Terrr CnruiL Qeurt O B ArniUof Snlrcr vlllo wn Iin town Monday If you ant to do- a try D Flexor N W Mnplll uf SnlyeriVlllo was registered at the Arlington Monday lion W 0 Jlizcalburet are 1WO hore Wednesday R II Cooper of SnlyeruvIHa + was at JWArlington Wednesday D n Sublet IInIlD GSublott of Salyomlllo wero callers at our o leo Monday Qea8 D Fleenor for line watch es clocks and jewelry 1forMr J 0 Ilgmnnof Mindman wai t registered at the Arlington Tuesday1 kt Mr llgg of Hoonvilto spent a lw dayu with his brother Dr Hogg this s riIkMr T II Hudson attended Democratic Convention at lientty Ijethe V Tuesday vSftJIInvo eyes tested and fitted r S D Fleenor Jeweler and optician Horn Mr and Mrs Charlie t Iiugj Friiilon Saptembor lla 12 potind girl Blisses fwdMnttia Cope Taulbeu were visiting friends here during the week n Wo keep on Iiahd ntall tines n good supply of ncitreait merit which arts will 8 11 cheap1 CRAW COMBS Co = Dr Taulbeo and family were visit idg friends and relatives In Wolf coun ly last week Cap A 8 Henry and wHo left Hazard Inst Wednesday mornftiffwlmr they will remain about two weeks W J Gibson of Norton Va fa tat tho market for timber monde IVsice him what you have 8202ir Sergeant Frank Hutchison of t Provost Guard wan In Lexington Hut urday in anarch ofn cook 11 ereMills Brown of Danville Intl iv been vitlling her stator Mrs Lynch returned homo Tnemlny Mrs John Smith of Lost Creek tvas taken 111 very suddenly last Satnrda morning and Is no holler at tints writl lilt tIm J IL Thompson will move to Lexington the latter port uf this week where her daughter U attending sohoo See S n Fleonor for all kinds of watches clocks and Jowclry ropnlriii prices reasonable The Perry Circuit Court ellInst Monday at Hazard There was i largts crowd In town and tho best or order prevailed Mrs Suo A Hamsey will leave 5 urday to attend the tato Convention the Chrlstlun Churches as a delegate from the Christian Church at Oil place Mr Adorn Carpenter bookkeepe S S Taulbee is News Agent DI1 L E d iiing Jim Patricks absence who has gou o lienttyvllle to visit I tie mother ami i rnrdatr friend Miss Mn tie OonrKj rna of Jack sons not lieiitifnl niil nccotnpllaIi- the young Indwile bus been family of tllll nn Frozen Will Mare Monday but rituniid to Frozen laVIbyMlsa time Uiuli rtlsjii one ofLex ingtons most pnpulur young Indi who has been visiting her bitter Mrs Thomas Bosworth fur the pint two- or weeks htis returned IIODKV inul II II her step hOle roads ninny friends w regretted very much to give her up 060 4 good Elgin or Walt pant wafclfbT S Q Flennor coll on him ivlten in vneodvof Siythlng In the Jewelry ftte I 4 f1 hat Gnu JlcatThU AIkTghi I1 rebttuuglugtu sc Dj llugfl ehnt jlm tiittlia rtcnnlrbygt log birth to xrtvfiHetin young one one time Tired of Old Kentucky hL hitakor of Clnyljcle w- A leiive fur Wjjnvfttil Indian Ttirrl liny in n few to mukutllat pluce hu flllilru liTdiii r- tJy J J llul cC WllCH V t Ill ItlclwtandrnulUt or TliulJM1- nlll Sfiav 1lah uJnllII u 1Ifilfl1 cun13 were innrJllfllllt Fin Iun iI- R t t IIntretlnyLl lOh lor Srno I Imvf n gtMul llm1 linrMiitrn Lull x i tla3 ilmiM ml ditee yieiiM uW u II uv HI tell LlAKUOTT Ithbitlh ICY Ten Yuiirs OiiVvS UltJ Ioiimln B Gnu of the moH reimirkablu Millie1 girls In tilt world Dlisa MetriH Nil nolt of Lebanon ptiCy filie ft only t- ytars old but wetglis2f pounds The little tiro year old daughter Mr soil MM Centers tiled last Molt day MM Center waj uUwj uert Mr Onldwel Oaku vllOljVi a oitCuft Creek 81it0O Suit Mrs Allen lUeklej of JelTersoi uiiniitj has filed salt against tliu L K lUllwny Company for 25000 clef 1the death of her ton Wllllnm O Ile I Mrs Ceo O liana Dead Mr Oforge 0 parties wife of Fv- D u n mliii Gfo 0 Bunion died Middenl jynt their Plorldu haute nt biiilibul F Uuv GUll O Ilarnu la tiw loddl- B lilt service at Whlleaburi Saw Mill IluriiH JOKS ijtoOO The portable saw mill near St Hoi ens belonging to G D llieruiijmii Company was destroyed by flro I- iI ul Friday night IJheorlgln of tlleflrl 10iTho funeral of Mrs Martha Am taker will bo o nduoied at tin 1V linker Grave Yard on the John IJl tie Ink of Untie Crotk on the ouitl Sunday in September livery body In viltd to nlluiul Taken Up Otte llul ccdraawple1weep the aII- of 1 erdrl2 y r wtit nquuti1G mil cr n rkoy j gpwtypas fur this no iota nm atungu Pleasalcallattynce TIMS liRtrri furl Ho Will nn Ills fJutlcM In this Issue appuart the announce inent of MO Hailey as n muudld fur Jailer of lirenlliiu county to voted for nt the seeming Nuveut election Mr Hailey la too well n favorably knovriHu this courtly tone any commendation from us If elect ed he will perform the duties of I ullbe according to law buuduyScliool KxciirNlon The SundaySchool gave an excur SUtutdRYorprovede to one most occasion of that kind The excursion win cum posed entirely of entail children u mid those who wore fortunate enough to uc present will lung remember it The y IIllIaItTom Knows How nrhldoll for Circuit Judge nod who 1 illS friends by the snore roiindfd up entyelclit of them und served then with one of the beat mesh hut oilS over sot before man It wanu date 1014 Unit will not soul bo furgolttn those who were presettt1unrill hejIems Goal and Timber I aiid Wanti l V cd11nuted one ntuidreU tlijJUoimJ acre t of caul und timber lands Iii Kasturi Kentucky tar CASir for Easteru Cs llllsls Write toV t 0 K JIITH f ntIoI ton Ky Jirs Bolituuioa Takes C t tg0r Sir Wilson who hae lied chnrothe Imperial Hotel for the post set oral p olnI18 retires lromtGabuslnals- nnilaU lolitthiiou theyvwulir will take charge the run hotel oh an uuiiodate plnljf anti the table will ba furnished with dverytlilnR tjli- tun bee found at a flrstclass hotSj Neither lime nor money vljl be spares oatsitt any hoteltt1IL 1 HlsLtfet tiCtldmlatlAlniJl Colic ChoaArlanhoe Remedy wnlolllroIftown says loliiV QolloiphoWra and DlarfipH Ueinedy s vlJitJ mis lira lost lieI hud berg sick rIll Ii month srl what the doctors c lkd bilious dpse- very It+ and could get nothing Io do him good until he tried this remedy sao him immediate veils suysB Little merchant Hancock Md For sale by hay BrosyOo fetjIIMB TJltich rinprcivcd 4 MW Sarah 1etoM rpt trout b artilsVrlaIiii vrhere beer gIktslItfurrhea FYit bveU re abnrn will tire t grtCelf- ealre litI1 i In t oolii cur as n road flu C u r t- aii 1 U 1ilsitiiiGu aidW thuva l gar load o- brd parade nI Na chulra churlsVhli sizes ati wlilelt we rtfipiictfully avian th bile u cell and exgrnllta 1riee at heap Cratn boa h Co 1lnrringnttt reporttt one oftit ago worn Miarried In India during a siugla f Ihe recent durlllg the same yenr Jfor marrin ef of children rrumlir Hvojinrs wns 22p7 fir boys nn Jli3j r girls As n cnnsequenee of tils slate of affolra there were at the time h6 census was taken twenty two widowers and twentyseven widows less than n yonr uldtnd some giX less than IIvo years otd The evil re ulls of this system have been an- oxIelite nail alarming nmong certain of iho Hindu liusle that u bill hat lately been drafted in the province of ilanidu which limits thu marriageable nRe nt IS Seers for boys Bltd fourteen for Irlll f IIISiomach Trouble 11 have been troubled with my atom i ch fur the pan four yours says D L Bruuh of Clover Nook Farm Green field Mass A few days ago I was III doted to buy a box of Chamberlain Stiumidi ulid Liver Tablet I have token part of them and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble wlilt your tftomach try atmx uf these TtiMpis Ylire certrln o be pleased wiihthe result 1rlce ao For sale artby Iny Hros Ui r rltvu Liar trhteLtydtecoveredbe nelghiloft1nddnot vn 1 hIOwes His Lila to a Neighbors Kindness Mr D 1 Daupherty well known throighout Mercer and Sumner coun ties W Va most likely tIe his life to tho kindness of n neighbor He was nlinust hopelessly aflllcteJ with dlar rluift was attended by ttto physicians who gave him little if any relief when a neighbor leiirningof his serious condition brought hamn bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Hemcdy which cured him In less then twentyfour hours For tale by DAY HrosCo Durn That 3Inlo llarlan Rice attended court utlloz Orold first of the week in a witness agninn a non by the nme of J 11 WniTiJUchttrged with treat ingf his mule Ho indicted idea and he onfessed told yearsha12itllliPAAJn Jiit1 ex WiLjwhen he mot uu with Hnrlaiv m thinking the mu wm Ilkejhtmlelf Ithoi iahome puritiadeiVthe poormulu t iaccompany 1bbw 6n hfs journey Ui Han traced patrttitKnott court whoreth OtoJ bvf mAro Good spC w v IrjI1RTVelydlItteelNlllt G III ahkN JllIlu n tit 11111113 17altil4 zawlcunndua in 111 JlldI1I race bath enndldntus pre lIllemell and ttlier that Is elect writ take care or the ullieu s J- X c- i a t J 40 ks- Vlra rIII1Ilr 1 Jabut st tit Tulaiiriityy i Teryslck Y Site y dtt=of Mr Uob- ler tin Ilia sick lit t ortI Y earutdtykuglt gur IIO 7 IIlagfuqwtnkpected = A Ieetl 1juriy 1I1IIJIII lli J 111 jtuvlnn itltrAll br+ nuldnl- pneum a Mr Murlr iih t r Jclc It leas lJeJWe k bouttugliitnuth and In 111 better r Mist lla ko whohnft been lad ui for eevtraldly friun flat rffeclB IIfII ftUt In able to bo suit ngiiln v o F W Kelcher who suJtalned a fracture of tt cellar ttond bv n fell Wjreral Weeks ngtl has recovered X era hilloufrultnuU take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tableis and n quick euro Is certntn For snlu by Day limo Company 1 Tlio Jett Trial In the rlilt case the motion for con tinuance and for change of Veniu were overruled and the jury was ac eeptid by bith sides Wednesday even Ing und tin Cell lInnwclllth begin taking testimony Ihursdiiy morning JI Hlanton is reprtiHtfiuiiiK the d- erAare lion A Fllyrd stud W W Vaughn are a sUtlig Commonwealths Attorney ryer anJ County Aitornoy Webiter In the prosecution Soldier Weils The wedding of Mr Sam D Miller and Miss Jettie May Hall was cele brated at the residence of the brides purrs s Mr and Mrs Oscnr C Hall on last Tliuisflnjjjj evening The ceremony was parfi nncd by Rev J M Jones Jof the BnIL Church The Hffnlr was quite n ociil event as Mr Miller Isone of tlis m t p ipular tnem of the lr vost Oiillit on duty in Jackson and the b ill n much be hoed by nil wlin kn nt her After time wfkltijni an ulab rue sapper woe en Lll7el iteut rIIIItlOenoUh alreaeulitlrs lJu iJIr ID1t1 d rarSenri j i r aim rrlttlig I l Jitt fn flkck- Liss tinge r ft ljltiiUq- r 117ts 10tr7mfPI UI s van mb+ blot tV JIInJhnnnlJNrid lt bltlFit Sw ICJJUChjn niggn Ton l rtBSivtlMdley lttlItgnmK Waters The NKVS joins etch their many friends in wishing time happy couple a long aril irMo ja lift Mr Daniel Keen wlu has been saw tiler for the Swan Day Lumbir Com ChiIIcnt1Allhott r7iHOTEL IN E OITY r J i A a7n now tins SUIT YOU S i The best 500 SIoc 500 I Mnde t owu uy j Day Bros Co I Jackson Kentucky t i TCongressman liorelnj Passes Away Judge Vincent IJorelng Congre + maii front tle llth district died at hi home In London lust Wednesday utter an illness of about two weeks Ho had served two terms In Congress und was elected to tho third term last elec tion lie was one of the lending Re publicans of the State and very wealthy Mr Sum U Fleenur U attending tin Jett trial at Oylitlilnna this week I Mrs Laura S Webb Ice Prra1Aaat Woi ions nemo crollo Clubs of or hfrn Ohio I dreaded the change of life which wu rut approaching noticed Wine of Urdu all to try a bot itr r1 ptfkfletd some relief the forthreeS i iew 1 halllakeItelfa f 1i 4SBSaila weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off llieyfollow a woman to thechange not wait hut take Wine of Cardul now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Cordui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any relieved Mrs Webb when she was in danger When you come to the change of life Mrs Webb letter will mean more to you than it docs now But TOU now avoid the suffering SM endured Druggists ellttJea of Wine of Car- dutLWINEOFCARDUI tf5252525ES2525252525255252 mHoro We Are The Celebra- tedHANAN1 SHOEjjj Tho Best on Eartb ERIC E SOO PRICE IFQi Sale By Y BROS OOt Jaekgoq legtuckyi- 3SZ5c52S25255i5i5252S2s5E Si111i2 T WEST 1rr1 d I W lingonottI lJ 5d S TAULBEE PHOPRIETOR It 1 JACKSON KYr tqN I tIN1CONNEUlIUN t RAILROAD TABLES Lexington t Eastern Ry LOCAL TI MB TABLE r Effective October 10 1002 East Bound N2 No c Dally ez sunlaly PM AM Lv xVVinrheater 416101ltOIi 3 Natural Bridge 485 051 Torrent 440 10118 Tun 511 JO20 0 A K June 011 1120 ArJacksun 015 1180 West found Dally 1DallyUx AM PA- rI Lexington 1010 005 Winchester 025 620 Clity City 837 430 i Stanton 828 480 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 717 347 Beattyville Jun 720 326 O K function 020 2550 Jackson 025 225 Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio Kentucky Railway Division dally ex cept SundayrNot 1 and 2 connect at L B Junc tion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt pointsNoa at Beatty ville Junction with L A for Beatt vllle tliiily except Sunday r U BARB Gen DIgr OHAS SCOTT a1 A 0 K RY EfTictivo September 1 1002 Bast Bound West Bound 7 i w 4- H gs STATIONS H e- BtiE1 t G rFA31 AR PM All AM i PM LV 015 StSo Jockoon fl20 380 010 280 OAK Juno ll2fi 385 R2A 158 Wllhuret 1152 417 d 815 152 Hampton 1153 407S5 128 Lee Ollr l22 510 70 122 Ilelechtiua 1258 618 700 105 Oannel City 124B 5i5A- M TV Ml LV PM AB tJI AB Westbound Postenger Train connects at 1c1 Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Iaas uger Irluin CQll Cta t lit O c K Tunattnu with lInll leitt nriUjIpxIlIgloliM L COKIKV r A Itai aiii for Sum Oi jj YgAsale The Lnrkin Smniper place on the head of Hoar Creek Nice dwelling go d storehouse cribs niiil burl ntver rolling water welt uncrd Trice rea + sonable end terms eauy For fart apply to SAM jittW lfilc1MIOFESSIOXAL CAI5DS == 1iHt- r 1 xJm Nlvrg t LAWYERS r i IJAOKSO KENTUC1 J i fit I Ii nh11lntTnTTnllrrTrnnlTnnTnnnllllilL E tJACKSON Will practice In Hreathill slid Meg mil Counties W II IIUWWUlltiUUUUUUllUUllllUUIii i John Deanccc ccc Stone Mason 1 III Foundations H Stones Iii Pillars AMERIAS 1BESfIEditorially Consistently llcimblican News from all of the world W llwrit ten original Stories Answers to qwrnrt Articles on Health the llajne Nw Hooks and on Work about the Farm and Garden The Weekly Inter Ocean F Is n member of the Associated Press ivbighethe New York Sun and Spud Uiibbyjf Htlwtrustt ihrmighiiut it iiMiiifry YEAR QNEZ Pc LA Subseriba for THE BBBATHITT COUNTY NEWS afcd Tho Week jInter Ocoi n cub year bath pip or 15 r T BUMMER CLOUDS They are hip without rudder or topm or tall They are ships without captain or tailor or cook TheIr decks are not guarded by canvai or rail And there no place to stand whence the watchman can look They are ships without chart Itne parThf capstan or anchor or chain And they sail without aid of a planet star Nor reckon they aught or of lots or- S of gaIn They follow no well beaten paths through the sky i Omi which jare seemingly tailing in sportc And the prow from the stern Is not easy to ep- While I the rtarboajd is not to be told from the port They are built not of Iron or oak or of pine Their tides are not shetttd with coatings of steel Thee no log to mark with Its unerring line The knots as they fly Irom the nautical reel They are wanting In armament suite 1 torj war They are destitute quite of cannon and shell hut when the do heard rom lafar0And their lightnings seem born In the I bosom of hell They come from no country familiar to men Over mountain and ocean tike tplrlts they rite And the port they are seeking theres no mortal ken To tell where It Is or even surmisetTheir changeable color confutes the eye They have caught the chameleons mys tical art One moment with hueS of the rainbow thefvie And while we are gazing their glories p departcOh tenuous ships of the measureless air Sail on oer the depths of the fathomless blue In beauty ye hall from the land of the fair And vanish from tight like the sweet morning dew u Thomas Pardon Wilson In N Y lade pendentb nInto the Front J 1i i UTTON has never compared notes on j the subject with the men of his ac hqualntanceof them proposed marriage on Impulse as he did If so he would like to m the circumstances He Is not thus cuI sympathYlHeton Is a woman of such Infinite tact I that she makes him think he fy very happy Stillthen he falls Into a mood i at once rctrowKtlvc and Introspective j as he h woritTb do when left alone ho j puzzles over the complex existence of II himself and neighbors i Sutton Is not an Impulsive man by nature therefore his actions between j three and four p m on the 22d of June i 1897 were all the more Inexplicable j At three oclock on that eventful day he Irpwt HrdtIn Boston rJP01 was 46 years old yesterday he wrote 1 celebrated the natal day by renewing my oath never to marry OldA bachelorhood may entail a certain gree of loneliness but that Is Infinitely bette than the domestic squabbles In which I sec my married friends con stantly emb led Women ire wellnfnough at a J K 3ce but Jcl1l to taking oneJfthem for a wife Sutton stopped to study out the most Stencein and he pushed the letter under the blottercyou Im glad to see you Wont you alt downhway to Brooklyn and thought I wouldh top In and see you as I passed dont want to bother you I see you are I a busywness Is dull I was just writing a letter to my old friend Hardy In Boston I was telling him what I think of the ladles i Yes And what do you think That they are all angels I wish I i could marry them all InconvenlenLIBptlf LttendencIesmuch to gratify them You dont ever a make a start In marrying Sutton grinned You oneIhe said Youre the lutI Ieperson341Fortywas 40 last birthday Well then 40 If you must have it toi and refuses to bind herself with conju gal ties she has no right to rebuke 11- Id sinner like me for plodding along iitsingle harness Miss Decker leaned her elbow onjhet desk and rested her chin In her shapely hand But I cant help myself sh e said Neither can I said Sutton Yes you can help It You can ask somebody to marry yt0 And you can marry somebody who asks Miss ouIto the support of her chin Nijbody asks me she said That Is because you give the fellows such scant encouragement You shouldnt do It Ruth upon my word you j shouldnt A nicelooking girl like you Aililnicet Decker If they got a chance i Oh thats all nonsense returned i Sutton They get the chance all right 1 dont believe the woman ever lived no t matter how ugly and uninteresting wh did not get at least one otter of mar riage At any rate I never saw one Yes you have seen one was the reply You see one now Nobody ever I asked me to marry Sutton dropped himIHe looked at his tcomeexpect me to believe that Wbyyou- alt unusually popular woman I don- ewant to give you any taffy but facts a i facts and I hope you wont take offcm j when J tell you that you are the er- nlceltsl I l I ever knew You are prett1- you are bright you are you mean to tell me that a woman of your type never had a chance to get married Why I never nW you when you hadnt a pack of men at your heels t Ml Pcccr sighed 9Ct1r Du ther didnt mean anything sh t ah1kC Itliked mo well enough up to a certain but they mover waned to marry me It is a sober fact that doboiy ever wantcd to do that Suttons guardian angel give him a tremendous push end ho fell forward precipitately You are wrong there said Somebody has wanted to marry you Ho never told me so IrWhat would you sar If he should tell you I dont know It would depend upon the man youMisstones You she said Sutton nodded Yes he said Im ithe fellow Miss Decker Jumped to the halfway point between laughter and tears antIo there sho halted It seems so strange sho said I can hardly beollcve you mean It We have known each other so long We have been together so much We have talked of so many things butwe never talked this way before You never did anything to make mo think thatathat youcSutt n took another eap That said ho was because am such A slowgoer such an idiotoI wanted to ask you all right Iewas too confoundedly backwardcMiss Decker spread out onbthe blotter and left her chin to care of itself Sutton came to Itssassistance Now that I have forgeds o tho front like A man ho what are you going to say to mefThat I am glad you forged a ront At four oclock Miss Decker resumed her Journey to Brooklyn Sutton tz- arted her as far as the elevatoreWhen ho came back he t his desk moodily Well sir he said If this Isntnthe darnedcst mess I ever got I InThen he took Hardys letter from the blotteryI w my oath never to marry he ead And I wrote that Just one hourhgo I cant send It now Ill to write another letterpThen he wrote be have news for you I am going to get married I have got sick and tired of living alone Thats a lie he commented but Ill have to let It go andwave decided to seek companionship matrimony I have been In love withty Intended wife for many years honestly believe that Is so but havepfoolishly delayed my happiness now We are going to be married nexttmonth I hope you will come on the weddingsas reread tho letter If I really have p wanted to marry Rulh all this time ortI felt sorry for the poor girl on acpcount of her frank confession that was the exception that proved my rule Anyway I hope It will turn put all right = And It has turned out all rlyot so Sutton S ometlmps won t8p c Ir IfJFeeq thMAD fi1 niet i 11 r l ltitost Mlrnculnni Iicnpe of n Day Incr Woman on nn Alpine leak A narrow escape from death on the jf ountains has been experienced by t young Russian lady Mile Sarnlkoff reports 1 the London Express She was staying at Chernex in Switzerland and a few days ago starlet ff alone to attempt the ascent of th v Sallausccx one of the steep Alpine peakl lose by i She had neither alpenstock nor nailedo oots and afterattaining a considerable s found to her dismay that shiould neither advance nor descend For w ours she clung to a narrow ledge of rocl t few inches wide until at last helpless ith fatigue and vertigo her grasp and she fell By a miracle her dress caught on EOUK sharp rock a short distance below ant- when she recovered consciousness sh managed to wedge her body Into a cbmsparatlvely sate position Here she remained r exposed to a furious stormushouting for help Late at night a searchfparty attracted by her cries was ableg D rescu her and carry her I nd almost dead with terror to shelter The conduct of the seven German attldents from tho Geneva university recent adventures on Mont Blanc nearlicost them their lives has seevcro censure from the Swiss press asIwell as from all classes of Alpinists It appears that the whole expedition was discreditable In the extreme The leader was a young man who having made an ascent of Mont Blanc last season persuaded the others that If theytwould pay him c2 each he would thorn easily and safely to the summit Insteadof proper provisions bottler ot absinthe and other spirits were taker The students arc reported to havr broken various mountain shelters Itiwhich they stopped en route and to have abstracted fittings and other artS des Vlirrc Ills Mnleihlp Tlirlret I Tho mule Is moro generally dlslrlti 1uted over South America titan any otter the continents being found there everywhere excepting nlong a part of the hot damp coast between Pernaiu buco anti Rio Janeiro and eJs also practically unknown In thu Guanas tho Amazon basin and Terra del Fue Ills hume covers perhaps a fifth us much area as that of the horse Thero aro few mules around our greet lakes excepting along their southern chorea but from the lakes tho animal I extends southward to the straits of Magellan ilhqmin all temperate ojnd hot countries U practically roexr tensive with that of the hose but II does not extend nearly as far north as the horses range and he is not found I in tho deserts iA Great Star Com In According to astronomers the Star of Bethlehem which conducted tile wise to the birthplace of Jesus will ap Josephustwhich Is now known as Halleys comet and since his time It has appeared on 23 occasions IIIIrd with Dig Appetite The adjutant or marabout is a tall bird of India about five feet high The wings eipanded measure about 15 fee from tip to tip It readily ullowi cit or 6 jc w- 9iiiii INDOOR PICNIC LUNCHEON Sonictliltu NUr In the uruln Ut That I JPopular Invitations to indoor picnic lunclir are flyIngirouni Just now The hos less In nearly every case Is a very y0 woman but there aro Indications f lame of the older folks are taking I ly to tile ides reports a New Yorll hange L- An Indoor picnic luncheon is so thing llko a buffet luncheon wltht difference That the viands aroini passed around by servants As a rule the number of guests Is limited to abou Ioz n The appearance of the gueslj n the diningroom Is a signal or servants to disappear and to rqfialu all f sight At one of these affairs 1 ther day at a suburban rcsortl buunte the six girls and Bevel amen who trooped into the dinijnound a big oval table oaded good things to eat At one endjsare a big c bowl not a plalter oF chicken salad t the other end lpunch bowl of coldg and In between dishes big little filled with cold bouillon sand iches cold chicken pie escalloped t the cnly hot dish stuffed ggs stuffed olives sweet pastries ifa- kes preserves fresh fruit and bon ons The table h da cloth of grassgreen ilk almost covered with ferns On a- maller table also draped In green were iles of plates cups and saucers knives and spoons napkins finger bowls well of lemonade and a pitcher of Ice water The guesta proceeded leisurely to seat themselves around the room evidently expecting a waiter to loom before them inrayno waiter appeared and they were left in doubt as to what waseXf bTIisirhei ourselves Take what you like leave tiThereuponibited what Is a marked feature of all- ndoor p picnic luncheons namely a- rodigious appetite This feature maya explained by the fact that guests areMpermitted to help themselves ns choose Thus a with Ithocolateith bouillon I never yet had enough salad at onedime confided a pretty girl not yet until I went the other dayto an Indoor of icnic luncheon When ffound that none seemed to care whether I ate a taste of a dozen different dishes or a lot t one I times to thaladsuoundPeople who have attended them say IB lots of fun to be had at Indoor icnic luncheons iir rAD3 WVJWJ2JillTnkt lnira nfn rliITTllkIIIt trtnwtlotaflCWkICts ra l1leiSlng sIgn oL111 trrnesIf at society women are more pond more terestIng to which are distinctly usetuIIThe day has gone by says Gentler woman when polite accomplishments 2 ilone occupied the attention of ladles pcnltlon and to be able to do anynl thing moro practical than warble InliE Initferentipunch holes and sew them up again o is the process of embroidery was onceel lescrlbed was considered positively ulgar Nowadays women very rightly re ard all this kind of thing as waqipb f time unless music or reaches a certain standard lafand means and a desire itoicrlously taking up such work as bookbinding o and photography anti thebbeautiful art of enameling Princess Charles of Denmark usuallyP binds with her own hands any pretty fashions the books which he presents to her friends Photog It Is a hobby which has been taken p by most of the ladies of our royal mamilyirl to pursueflInt so far enameling Is a fancy work by few though one cannot lotibt that an exhibition recently held n London will do much to popularized i for lucre were to be seen of this fascinating work done L men and women well known In so clul circles When one mentally compares tiio Berlin wool work atrocities and pallid and hopelessly Incorrect flower studies seascapes done by the early Vie maid and matron with the beau tiful art specimens shown as the work of the modern socl ty woman It Is Impossible to deny tlwl we are a great improvement upon our predecessors at any rate so far as artistic ability Is concerned r Water triot PlPkiP Take the whl part of tho rind cut Into forms Jr Pieces Dissolve one ounce of alumTby onohalLgaliorL atwater Scald rln becomes yellow TakeCUP or vln gar to onehalf gallon of Jler scald in this until It becomes f Tak out and drain and put InIce water Lest nd one hour cliwateronce This makes It br e MU sirup of one pint of vln of sugar with clnnamr nutm mace as for other swe PcklesAC the rind In slowly tinti transient Intakes three gallons o warriolx eunceS of aluni five qua- rT jsufarand five pints of vinegar for wmatoM From a tinner heart I and moonshaped tine forms may be r dto cut the rind out In tan hajcieGoOdIioustkeepingi rirn ael with llcrrlf Did I understand you to p l wife said the conversation wa brilliant and sparkling jL Those are her exact words What was she doing atffcelme Oh she was furnlsbVng the nVer sation TltDlts V A Man orWeight Asklns What do you think of Puffing tonOrlmhawoh hes the kind of man who thinks that when he atepsjon one md of the country the other end hops jp In the air TitBits SUNDAY SCHOOL 1TlI nibnsl trlrII1 211 1eoe AbslIneflC 7 J Iron I J aarny among yvureJ shall cover the tkila Use hospitality oneinethr Uhout 11 A every man hat Fcelved his gift nen o minister the seORe tOlAGlflu- o o + of tI ifodaceo- ll Iu 5dapak YethIp au the oracles ot God IC all man m III him do IfSs of the ability which loll t that Ood ln all IhlnBifjnay be gliIthrough Jesus Christ 10 whom be pi e- IInd dominion for ever and nero Amen CiUIDCV TUXT He not itriuik si- leiIercIn In euellh BilM OUTLINE OF snurrrnE SECTION InDelngTlMK8urpotd to be 05 A D PLACERome NOTES AND COMMENTS This Important Pert of the New Testa ent was probably written by Simon eiter near the close ofhis eventful life t Is a hopeful letter of Christian com ort written to both Jewish and Gentile In the provinces of Asia Minor ho apparently were suffering persecu on for their faith It was probably written at Rome Hastings Bible die onary the name Babylon In G13- robably referring to that city It Is very likely that Peter hall come to Romeo visit Paul In his Imprisonment and Sllvanus Silas was going to Asia inor as Pauls delegate the other apostle took advantage of the oppor inity to send his greetings and encouraging exhortations to the Christians who were In trouble Tho letter oes not discuss doctrines but Is full practical advice for everyday life The thtfrno of the letter Is the true Christian In siifferInjVV Arm ye yourselves also with tho same mind The lkst protection In e world against Blianl temptation ffering and despair 1si mind lllro Christs serene patlfnjtand unselfish lie that hath surrer ufforlnoCtt- ncJ1ke apu flQln onauming thq- o3Jf4elflshitssat 11ln n human strong UrlU leaOl uun WtlUIU SICI vices mentioned heireJRltlsMo moth of crimes and th brcedr of vices George Dana Doardman pointedly says As Dunyans Pilgrim Is represented the earlier portion 01 his Journey as al ays carrying upon hlB back n huge of sins to each traveler In the drunkards broad road to death In bear g a great bundle of woes Among are losses of time of talent ot pur y of a clean conscience of selfrespect f honor of religion of the soul The darkens tho family obstrurts arrests Industry Impedes rogress deranges plans estranges artners undermines houses lowers personal standing debauches polities Is tho nurse of polljlcal dictators avid lobbyists V The true substitute for the evil allure eats of the saloon Is cordial goce- lellowship among Christian people being fervent In your love amongyour selves and using hospitality Whin good people earnestly compete with tra- loon In offering liojpltallty on abrcoil- emocratic basis then the evil Institu ion will be doomed lit thrives today less on the base appetites of men than on the human craving for comradeship goodfellowshipMeanwhile 11 bo thankful that moro and more thi drinking man Is gelling to be the man for whomlhe world has no room1 that mnrwho drink are being fnrceil out of employ met because all and great corporations anti many prlvatoemploj era who hire men for positions of roo c8jPpnili IUty and t41s will not risk their money their roperty and hiimiin lives as well with i l n whose nervesare- iisteadied whose ottsnr0 bleared aibrains befogged by vteotioHc drink ThY most effective of al emperance legisla lien In this rigid i tohlbltlon which It raoldty becoming Ow Cit our stfentii After lon wciations and infinite trouble PresiVll Xoubet of France has secured vHf castlo of Inezene which once beloiged to Diana of Pole tiers the favonlof Henry II The chateau Is one q most picturesque In France It iituated near Montell mar and has afaterfall three pond filled with trou nda large park will plenty of gam The price paid wat 170000 francsJFrom his tower the can lw see his birthplace Mariapue wbelblf mother still Jive ys1 L FEARED A SEPARATION ri o jUear i IltlU Inmtt 1VIa AfraU Her Father Might ne Im- tlhps the QoaU tWhld Iud her the j rsbe or the 0 the Oat ttt he day of judgment llIetJ1tV are you erjlnjr dlatt About the goats O Im so afraid ISll- I TVh no i1t you are a at III e bt tbial1n4111il1b tj Pit the same performance was tedF again her mother Inquired the 0kgcisttl Im afratd about tbeI tlIellyoudear that you werj Irvjhe cabled Im aol febut Im tradviu mliJea gnat THEfSELFMADE MAN a Not Alwar alnUhvit lodnct But rThere Are Some Affliction U tmieaztea uturalIiotnSome men always teem 10 very new and parvenuThe often a very goo sort when hea finished rarely baa the gout hut he tqrnetiRKt aufie from over cxeitlon of the cotiinSomehow the ears of the selfmade scan stolenfromlhe self nade man ecaed ore great arnie tion lie didnt haea baccalaureate sermon hioiUkAjuLohJLif could remember that ate others Jut si intigmti cant as himiclf We occasionally tee an architect of his own fortune teems to have ntUlaid the blueprint when he was about halfway through- In hIce Cream Idyl Gentle trader didit thou ever orderone plate of ice cinam with two spoons honest now in thedeArohld1ya f tnou Here young and these flU only one girl in all the worlii sod she hall a round fate tike till full moon and as full of fretiklet as the skin of a brook trout Did iou now tomf own up li wan down in the little ice neam shop the only one in the viHagc and yon were hilly anr when tnt Id who nailed on you smiled a you thought You would nave brtn glad to get alone with one tpcon and take turn 11 tttt you were too baihfill for that Still you nteil to tiiate licks when you thought the smiling lady wat not looking and love went with them and the toe cieamwa twice at wtej and flaverKiiue Whit You never did You rcnllj never di l Well then ton 3 OIl have at try known whit Heaven on earth it Your education lisa been neglected X Y News A Ht ra Victory rowr 4tliTinn rit M Otbra Yciire the tens ii old tun of letter Voung of thv place la bright Iwy and one who li very well liked 11all wo knnn him IIlltlldealwa very annoying aixl which made him mi erablc all the time lie had to get iitlhrcc hhflrenedycalledDoddaIttdticy tie fellow with the mult that he is now com AYIrt onl iaDiIiurI1b1 11JilreorxeCltd ledti U la tf Ilecord ileraldgicairoiiIinerre on iu editorial page to this wii film Mitt Carrie ieorge hat had her limb am putated for the third time She is in the hot pital is getting along nicely1 Urowiog country UHW Itotibrtter PottKsprttj- llOO lllurnildronnil Steel Itnnur OfTcr If OU tan ute the bttt big NWpound steel ange made in the world nnd are willing t save it laced in your own home on three month free trial iu t cut thi notice oil lhirafInda big f the neel range and mary other coking and boat IIIR stoves you wii tiso receive the niotl wonderful iOO ieei range ocr an offer that places the beet ileel range or heating tovc in tho home o1 Ih famIy an offer that no family in tie and noiaattcr what tbeifcircuinttnncei may be or how small their income need be with ml lie Lat cooking or heating WTe made MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 15 CATTLECommon 42 25 3 65 Heavy steers 4 60 5 15 CALVES Kxtra fi 75 7 00 HOGS Cb packers 6 30 6 35 Mixed packers 6 00 0 6 25 SHEEP Extra 3 10 p 3 25 LAMBS Bxtra 5 35 P 5 40 FLOUU Spring pat 4 CO 4 90 WHEAT No 2 red p SCYJ No 3 winter 84 CORN No 2 mixed tJ 5- 3OATSNo2 mixed 0 38 RYE No 2 63 HAY7New tlmothy132POHK Clear family 15 75 LAUD Steam 7 87Y DUTTEH Ch dairy tJ 12 Choice creamery tZJ 22 APPLES ancy 2 OO 2 60 POTATOES Per bbM 73 R 2 00 TOUACCONewt 3 50 r 9 00 5 601300 Chicago KLOUn Winter pat aSlo 3 9- 0viIArNo 2 rc4e 80 82 I No3 spring K D 81 COIIN No 2 mlxeU 51 OATSNo 2 rjtflxcd 36 RYE No 2 5616 5- 7PORKMe125 01260- LAKDSj am 0 27j 9 30 jST New York Win BtrU 8 65 0 3 D- OUEA1No2 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