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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 20, 1903. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 bre1903112001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 20, 1903. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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thanks to fad Thus first 2 atlonul Thnnltf giving day was designed ft TKbftdlitlnctly religion In lUcharactcr MfrtTthe Intent of the president wa tin a IjgrMood and carried out by the people I Chunlies 6t the cftka anti town 1ntiirSlIIegei were filled that day wlln tuothtrs and aimer who thlftf thMr loved UIIOS who moved dally un4cenpe of Imminent dancer Trims tim jrilnnlikslvlnfc day Jdoa dlilcs hid of tht Tho andful of Illgrlmaln HagsaeliuKiUs in tho year following their landing at Plymouth inot In their church in ob dlenio to the governor proclamaflon to wlum thanks for a generous harvest In tcrinlttenily thereafter many fiiar knit then ruarly cachVroar the day was vDWmomoraled spreading through tint the New KiiRlnnd debt ft did Uot reach New York state until IS2I nnd was regarded liullffcrbnily by mw miatm HiiUI Llmohi twvo It national manning WnHlilngton did mnkn two Thanks Klvlag proclamation but only at the KUXfiestlon of the eitngrcas Two tub tlOfluelllllresl1ellla flatly dtrllntd to la miuyiueh proclamations insuring that of tho constitution nn to re 1Ju forbade any such exercise of 42mwrby iho chief executive llcnoe It Is within reason and right to y that TrauHRglvIng day tft a na tonal festival began In 1SG3 and was Inslltiiled by Proaldtnt Lincoln nut by a rapid process of evolution lbi religious fpatnrp that which paw Vho to the tiny linn been dlmlulthod In larger title but a limited number uf chtirchoH on n their doors for scrv Icoa whllo In the smalltr anliTn single house of worship will conduct what Is termed union service for nil denom InRthU1lIunll there are many va enurehot that are opened Tho day has developed Into home day ono In which tho loved ono mew with glad hearts and doubtless thank rut ones too nnd ftltcltnlo one on other that It is as well with them ai It U Those who live nt a distantc and those who are traveling upon the J wAIR Autumn hup mtfdV nt jTitw JwOOd The it v the triAsiJ tot from Ihl ittutett Ja IeJ cVi ihoed i 10 If I1I11s al oU every Hrtri oath remember for the tldii Of lh yun hvc all echuit Sw And ittn lbs JOIllktuAd the frt ol timbere- callthe Thtnk iTtaiwt kept lan j 1 T r ypi I tide not no nutler hew iwift Is Time rlrer We cherish them u for ha I6 es that her hoU dearer they crow May they nrt ioeve Framed by Affection In Mfcioryi rold ACllnI llleCOInlntr tt Nm- I er r cJ ottlflcrll Rpcallnr Ihe dys war kCe r r mber fculInd the imt ai f ths dear ijnj ifo If connecTcriirljh itTrrjtrerleirtither I raneIauhIerar4ictataur4ieurdree IiArid ThelldesohnOlhcrTInItoc aIbe Cptchel anew In the depth of thC vine lands IIIttreatTbeflovAndAnd tpanned It the tky ty the Thank i lnc bow J I thtlhomoof Thanksgiving day that they of ono blood may bo together on that day and spend tho hours In recalling the pout so much of It as is peasant Of they engage III Joyful songs or InnO Mnt pastimes all filled and thrilled with tho goodness of life Whether or not the people are less religious than formerly does not enter Into this discussion There afe 62 daya I In the year set apart for Sunday church observance and tho people by a sort of common consent have sceil lit to tipcnd thin the ono day of thB I year tinder their own vino and JIg tree undisturbed by callers holding I ronimunlon with those who are bone ot their bone and flesh of their llcsh Surely there can be nothing Itt coh travcntlon of rclleloil 111 the home sea tlment thAt lao murlied a feature of Thanksgiving day Tho homo Is the safety of tho state It Is hero that youth receives Its Influences for good or III It Is hero that men arc mndo or unmade Can there be higher tribute to tho bqncilcenl influences of home life nml or It than thn niodurn tinlverMdl practice In thcso stnlps of every tuna and woman with j their children muklng a homo day of ThankrglvlngT May not the happy hearts and glad faces of these home injI going church to King solemn psalms In any event ono may not sacrifice any spirit lof gratitude In thin good flod for HU mercies bccilu o his heart Is glad and lovedIf Yet bltsvcd Is that nation whose- I Got Is the lord and It was a happy suggestion that romo lo the great Lin don to nallonnllio one day of the year I In which to praise tho Lord because Hd- i Is God anti to give thanks to ills holy uumo for merries that endure front generation to poneratlon 1111t ttosun rnnh rim MiHHIM Ni OX tIlt It I 0I Mr Crocjdlla Vhat will you have doarioT Mrs Ornoodllo Some dark meat without dreetilng ploaso t 1 HEY VI ncr flout us and Meircrf rical Vith kve aj iKecilon the divs the pot We hr the si eel ocs and we see th lur fenTK t cSirrncd he Thank ifrltfntl tOC hlpp loW How ote we locked II the fieldi In ihs m mirc And uw on the com tha rirtt harry cf mow With the urn in the eut all the KndKip xtorritt 1 u we oma ThukilTlnti ve to1 ed lonj ace C icw I 1 E kneel as a people fir eeat Is the Nation WfcT hipirrs are njTir rjm tea UTto see Cur power ia boundless ard lofty our nation For tha is the land sf the brave and the free The beII of Thatisclvlnt are tunefully ftnejnc Thy call to the chancel tha hlfh and the tow And miUonsJcdararetn tratltuda alniln The sorfs that their forefathers sang lorc Ito I Cod for His EOOd es Me keptuia Nation dirknaji and trial oeraadowedthe Und His love and His care were the Plltrlmi salvation Whop a ted their faith on the wavebiaten strand 0 bells of taktIlDg I ring out In the morning Ve ve planted In loveandwe reap as wa sow The sun of Ooif IQTO Is the lndOClile alornlne And FrefJcrn remembers her birth lo c ago T C HARSAUOri i SITUATION CRITICAL Ban Domingo Completely In vested by 1000 Insurgents Gen Wos y Gil Refuses to Capltulnll and a Genital Attack arid Desper ate FIGhtIng Is Expected With In the Next Few Days Sail Doming Monday Nov 18 Tho political situation hero IB serious The Insurgents are bombarding th J city Qcns Veiicc3lao Hgtiero and Juan Francisco Sanchez aro refugees In the foreign legations Tho city Is completely invested by 4000 men un der Flguero and our other generals A general attack Is expected within tho next few days Gert Wos y Gil refuses to capitulate and It Is believed that the lighting will be severe The situation Is desperate and fighting Id the streets IB likely to occur at any moment Thin cruiser Baltimore ban teen com pelled to rocoaL Minister Powell Is endeavoring to protect American Inter eats with the limited means at life dls posal A German naval vessel Is ready to land troops at a moments notice Tho insurgents endeavored lo have Minister Powell recognize thetu but Ula till minister refused to do Thti revolutionists fired on tIme Clyde liner New York as she entered tho port of Samoa Tho vessel was unin Jured Tho Dominican government has ap pointed Minister of Foreign Iterations Jalvan nnd Judge George Gray of Del aware as commissioners to arbitrate thtt Santo Domlngu Improvement mat ton an the result of Minister Powells determination to compel the carrying out of the terms of tho protocol Com missioner Qalvan will leave for the tliltDd Stales tomorrow It is possi ble that the Insurgents may endeavor to capture him New York Xov ISThe United Klatos government has refused to rec t ognlio tho btockhdo of San Dominican fiorl mado two days ago and has pro I tested against It This was confirmed by Collector gtranahan of the port of New York Tuesday The collector reI iplved telegraphic advices front tho treasury department advising him that tho state department does not COM III er the blockade effective and has en UTftl a vtcoroim protest against It The coll Mi tor In conformity with his instructions and Uic protest has noti teal masters of vessel sailing lo San Donilnlcnn ports that clearance Capers will be Issued for any ports III San Do mingo thus officially refuting tho effec tiveness of the blockade KITCHENER INJURED The Well Known British Commander Thrown From His Horse Simla Nor 17Uen Lord Kitch oncE commaiidcrlnehlcf of tho Brit- Ish forces in India locolved severe Injuries wIthin riding horseback finite fIx miles from hero lila horse bo camo frtshtened while pabtdng tironli a tunnel and throw Gen Kitchener against the side of the tunnel bivak lug both hones In otto log just above till ankle Gou Kitchener lay disa bled until coolies who happened along with a rlcUlshaxv brought him iierc Phjslclaim Immediately set the broken bones and the patient Is doing well CHARGES FILED The Impeachment of District Judge Kirkpatrick Requested Washington Nov 17 Charges were flied with Speaker Cannon Monday by James V M Nowlln against Andrew Cltkpntrlck United States dlstrlot judge for New Jersey The Impeach inonl of Judge Kirkpatrlck U asked on tho ground that Ho has brought tbo administration of justice Into contempt through his being fie active president of a trading corporation The charges were referred to the judicial commit tee CHARGED WITH MISCONDUCT Petition For Removal of J B Thomas as Governor of Dayton Home Washington Nov 17A petition by 11 n Pollard asking for tho removal of J U Thomas an governor of the central branch of tho national military homo for disabled volunteer quWUis at Dayton 0 was tiled In the hotise Monriny Charges of inUcoiidua arc made ngaliiBt Thomas Judge Wrights Appointment nshiugtouNov li1ht3 nomina lion of Judge D Thew Wright of Cin cinnati to ho associate justice of the supreme court of the District of Co lumbia was taken up by the senate judiciary committee at Its meeting and ordered to be favorably reported for l JII 11 rlll1I Ion of the senate I Arizona Wants Admission to Union Washington Nov liOo Drodle of Arizona In his annual report to the secretary or the Interior urges that the interior department aid in secur hug tho passage of an enabling net forth admission of Arizona to statehood To Regulate Profits Washington Nov IS Raprcsenta tlve Ucdo Introduced a bill to regulate the profit on aitjcles of necessity titan ufa lured by persons having a monop oly of the same the regulation to be made by the Interstate commerce com mission t Mayer Takes a Bride Washington Nov eJ A Smytho tnayof of Charleston 3 C wanmar rind here ttIhIS Ella Calvcrt Camp bell at the home of the brides par rnts In the presone of n ftw guest4 iL Ju0r un yt clcg In mourning a FIFTYEIGHTH CONGRESS Extra Session I3enatdthetollowihsenate Thursday fly Senator McCi mat to OatabllBh the eighthour day and also a hilt creating a commission tiP Inquire into the condition of tho colored people of the United StatUs 1 thoItklngloot Sunator Allison appointed the following committee to reorganize the committees of tio senate Halo chair man GalllngorHansbrough BUrrows shJQUarlIJSduced a bill appropriating 50000 for totlerevolutionary war hlouseIteprcsentative Payne Thurs day introduced In tho house a bill mak teclprodltreaterred to tho ways and moans commit tee Mr Roberts rep Mass Intro duced a bill removing the tariff on hi luminous coal containing less than 00 cent of f1xe carbon and slalO also a milreu10IiI the duty on hides Representative Levering Mass rein traduced ills 11111uf last session to make tho ciirreiicy responsive to tho varylhg needs of business Tnd speak cr anhoiinced tho ways and means nepubJltansMessts Orosvcnor OTawney iMlunJ Me Call Mass Dabeock Wisi Mtealt Cal Hill CM Uontelle 111 Wat son lndJ Curtis Kanj Democrat pLaY Cooper Tex Clark Mo Washington Nov 11 House The following among other bills were Introduced In tho house Friday Extending tho privileges of national sol dleru homes to veterans of the con federacy reducing letter postage to ono cent providing u penalty of ten years imprisonment for till rime of train robbing and Imprisonment for life for the crime of obstructing a passen ger train j authorizing the secretary treasury to reimburse governors of states for money expended by them to- Ward tho expenses of state troops tails elurlngtheIssuance of currency redeemable In provimilugfornations of I Uand J5 Washington Nov 17 Senate Among other hills Introduced Monday Were the following By Mr McCum ber N D permitting the uso of tho entire proceeds from public laud sales for irrigation systems by Mr Quarles WIs to repeal tho desert land law tho timber and stone act ant the eOI11I mutation clause of the homestead by Mr Perklnn CDI Ja amend the immigration la so as to exclude aliens over 1G fairs old who enn not read and write by Mr Burton Ianto open for settlement 600000 acres ol land In the Kiowa Comanche and Apache reservations In Oklahoma ter litany and for tho purchase of a na tional forest reservation In the South era Apalachlan mountains by Mr Martin Val for the construction of n memorial bridge across the Potomac between Washington and Arlington House The lionao Monday made a fair start on tho legislation for which It was convoked In special session adopting a rule under which a votq will be taken at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon on the bill to make the Cu ban reciprocity treaty effective and entering on debate of tile Cuban bill The rule was adopted by a party vote with the exception that six republican members front Michigan and Califor nia jollied tho minority In opposition to the rule The democrats opposed tho rubon the ground that it was drastic anti prevented a vote being ta ken on any amendment to the bill while the six republican Votes end against it Included opposition to the measure as antagonistic to beet sugar Interests Tho short debate which pre ceded the adoption of the rule was fol lowed by several speeches on tho mer its of tho measure Mr Payne opened the debate In a speech whoso keynote was that tho measure would not affect injuriously sugar tobacco or any other interests anti was demanded by na tional honor and good faith For the minority Representatives Williams Slice Swanson Va and Robinson tnel made speeches criticising tic republicans for their tariff policy and the excessive taxation of the public Mr Swanson predicted danger to our foreign commerce front higher fur eign tariffs unless we Initiate tariff reform and declared the tariff ques tlon again Would become an Issue Washington Nov 18Senate Messrs Cockrell and Dryden Tuesday presented to the senate an address from a committee representing the In surance companies of the country ask Ilrohlbillangus Insurance companies by HO extend ing the lottery laws BB to make them appl ablu to those concerns and Senator Drydcn Introduced a bill to carry the petition Into effort House The house resumed consid oration of tho Cuban bill The notable Incidents of tho tiny were the speeches of Mr Stevens rep lInnI who spoke In opposition to the bill aiul tho speech of Mayorelect McClollan N Y Mr Stevens argued fiat tin bill was a cruel blow at one of the most promising agricultural Industries of thl country and that tIm measure will Imperil our vast foreign trade Mr McClellan delivered his valudic tory to the house making an argimeu In favor of tho lull during the counu of which ho criticised the administra tion of Gen Vood in Cuba and charg ed tho republicans with responsibility tot what Iii lacking In the fulfillment of the duty of tho United States to Cuba To Place Trust Articles on Free List Washington Nov 18 Ilepresenta tlvo Richardson Introduced a bill to place all trust made articles on the free list and to reduce the rate of duty on all articles manufactured In this country and sold more cheaply abroad than here Death of Gen R F Bernard Washington Nov 8Brig Gin Reuben F Bernard a veteran of tho civil war who participated In 101 but tIeS tutu skirmishes In that and In subsoqtiunt Indian campsites Is dmd II hj re litencc Ir thi cty T THE NEW REPUBLIC Iii Adni Glass rtnd Oilier Of lidnls Call on the Junta A Military hand Played the Star Spangled Enner on the Amen cans Arrival and on Depart ure From the Building Panama Nov 11tlr Adm Val her watt Is practically Presldcnl Roosovelt8 representative on time Isth malls nndConsUl General Gudgor who Is here to direct the relations of the United States with the do facto gov ernment called at the paldco at 230 oclock Monday afternoon anti In the name of the United StatUs govern meat paid their respects to tho mem liens of tho junta Hr Adm Ytalket presented a letter from President Hooievelt and there wero mutual ex Changes of good wishes Otherwise the visit was quite Informal The junta Monday appointed a corn mission composed of Scnorcs ArIas and Esplnosa to proceed nt once to Colon nod confer on board the United States steamship Mayflower with tho Colombians who arrived there Sunday night on what Is understood to be a peace mission Tho socalled pence commissioners are from time depart ment of Bolivar but it Is not yet kdowrt whether they aro authorized to represent the Bogota government or whether they camo on behalf of the department of Bolivar to recognize the now republic Panama Nov ISAt 830 Tuesday morning tho flagship Marblehcail hoist ed the flag of tho republic of Panama and saluted It with 21 guns Tho Trci Novlembrc a gunboat of Panama lila playing tho American flag answered the salute The shore b l alic fired a salute of 21 gunsOWiijch the Mnrblohcad answered At 10 d in Rr Adm Glass Consul Codger and Commander Phelps accompanied by Llcuts Philip Andrew and S W Trelllnwlder offlclAlly called on the junta A military band played The Star Spangled Banner on the Americans arntvaiat the palace and on their departure from that building They were received by tho members of the junta the cabinet ministers and dens Huertas Jeffries Diaz and Va ren and their staffs Adm Glass said ho was glad to oRloIftlly rail upon the government of the republic ol Panama It had been a great pleasure for him to salute title morning tIme hag t the now republic for whose prosper Ity and greatness he made the best wishes Senor Arango a member of the jun ta answered saying that In tho name of the Junta anti of the people of Pan ama he expressed sincere pleasure at tlm presence of time gallant fleet of tIme United States 1to whom the Isthmus id deeply grateful for the baud of fel lovsliip KO generously nnd promptly extended to thorn by Its great presl dent Mr lodger proposed a toast to a now Panama cnnul treaty which was answered by Gen VartMi who toasted President Roosevelt and the United States army with great cordiality During the ceremonies large of people surrounded the palace of time government Colon Nov ISThc commission from the republic of Panama met time commissioners front Colombia on board the Mayflower Tuesday During time conference Nlcaronor In signa rOil a brother of time governor of tho state of Bolivar wlto was the spokesman of tho Colombians tuttle a strong appeal to tho Panamalans not to disrupt the republic of Colombia nnd he supplemented his appeal by time solemn assurance that Colombia would Btnnt all the rights dimnntUd by the Mimliins III lit eventually carry out their grand project of Inllillng Mi liinal Replying to Senor Inslgnarcs Senor Tomas Arias representing Hie junta saul tbo Bogota government anti time Colombians generally did not appear to grasp time actual conditions irovalhimig- li the istimuinis The reFolu Ion Seutor Aria said was horn absolutely of time unanimous desire of Ihe entire People of Panama and was Irrevocable It was tIme act of a now Independent government already thoroughly organIzed and formally recognized by time United States governmentIll receiving its representative Senor M Philippe Buuau Varllla ns well as by tho governments of France and Italy Senor Arias said to them Colinn tiia will always find In this country tbo most sincere brotherly fooling Tho political ties binding time Isthmus to Colombia have been broken but the fault Is not that of tho Isthmus The ties of affection however can Per be broken Senor Inslgnares in answer express ed hU deep sorrow at finding that tho hopes of reconciliation were impost tilt of realization and that tho actions of the people of time Isthmus of Panama were Irrevocable He declared that alt the people of Cplombta would unite in an effort to enforce time rIghts ol tle republic on time Isthmus of Pan nina even at the cost of great sacri flees Russian Foreign Office Notified 81 Petersburg Nov 18 Ambassa tier McCormlck Tuesday formally notl lied tIme foreign oflice here of the recog milLion of the republic of Panama by 1nlted States Foreign Minister Lams ilorff replied that Russia would take 110 action until tho czars return Shot His infant Brother St Joseph Mo Nov 18 Theodore Hayes aged 15s alleged to have fired a bullet Into the brain of his aycarold brother Tuesday ticcnuto the infant annoyed him br rjJnjr The chljd died I Hittanllv m Igtftfwtt imiTttW m 1N1 W ItW MM I STATE NEWS ITEMS If- tWJXWW VWWOW ttfl JIA1 tA1 A1W W1l1 j i LOCKED JAILER IN THE CELL f Mother of A Prisoner Assisted Him and Another Man to Escape Frciichburg Ky Nov 17 Monday William Hopkins and Floyd Webb each sentenced to three years In the penitentiary escaped from jal In a peculiar manner Webbs mother vis ited him going with Jailer Hackney as betook dinner to the prisoners Some shavings had been placed Inside the cell door and the jailer undertook to sathcr taem up As he stooped Mrs Webb pushed him In the cell and lockout tho door fill two prisoners then ran out of the Jail and started for the hills Leo Brown a prisoner awaiting trial Tor wife murder pushed the woman aside and released the jailer Rev C W Williams a Methodist minister overtook and recaptured Webb Hopkins was also captuied LAUGHTER MAY CAUSE DEATH Judge Haskins Amusement at An Ini tiation fay Result Fatally Owcnsboro Ky Nov 1C County Judge If M Hasklns lies at the point of death at lila homo In this city Ho Is suffering from an Internal homer rhage and physicians say that the chances are against recovery The faces concerning Judge Hasklns Illness arc very peculiar Ho was an amused spectator at tao Initiation of i two young men Into the Elks lodge Thursday night The funny antics of tIme candlatea caused the sides of time venerable judge to shake with laugh ter Ho left before tho meeting was over saying he was JII Friday ho haul the first hemorrhage Tho lIb rei clans soy he broke a blood vessel from laughing TWO JUDGES APPOINTED OT Crouse Succeeds J W Henson and E A Brown Sr Special Judge Frankfort Ky Nov ltGov fleck ham Friday appointed O T Crouse to bo judge of Webster county to sue ceed J W Henson who was recently elected circuit judge He also ap pointed Judge Ell A Brown sr of Owcnsboro as special judge to try tIme case of commonwealth vs Holland in Calloway county Holland was sheriff of Calloway and shot and killed Harry Keys a brother of the county clerk GRIEF CAUSED INSANITY Night and Day a Farmer Remained By His Wifes Grave Bowling Green Ky Nov nAfterremaining by the grave of his wife for almost eight days and nights William N Hhi a wealthy farmer of this count ty was removed to lila homo by force Monday afternoon ho was adjudged a lunatic the jury deciding that Insan ity was due to grief over the death of his wife The Organization Completed Lexington Ky Nov ItIt Is announced that the details have been completed for tho financing of the lion ley Tobacco Growers Association by the Now York Security Warehouse Co of New York to the extent of f 10 000000 tIme growers to raise 15 per I cent of the amount This amount and more Is assured White Now Claims the Election Louisville Ky Nov 1C Another claimant for the certificate of election In tin IJIovcnth congressional IUshlciI Is exCongressman John D claims that when tho official returns are In It will he found that he has a plurality over both Dr W G Hunter and D C Edwards his republican op ponents Will Be Presented With a Medal Hnrrodsburg Ky Nov 17A move ment is on foot among the democrats or this county to present T C Bunton with a handiiomo medal Though Mr Bunton Is 00 years of age on election dny lie went to tho polls at Salvlsa and took with him Hvo sons five sonsin law and 20 grandsons and all voted time straight democratic ticket Religious Revival at Frankfort Frankfort Ky Nov 17ne Clarence 11 Strouse ot Salem Va open ed a union meeting at time operahouso here Rev Mr Strouso spoke to 500 men at the opening service anti at the conclusion he called for men who had decided lo Hvo better lives toistand up as a testimony of sincerity Everyman in tho house arose Candidates For Speaker Umlsvllle Ky Nov t6Flvo can didates for speaker of the Kentucky house of representatives which assem bles In about six weeks aro now ac lively In the field The contest Is one of the most Interesting that has been seen in Kentucky for many years Strikes In the Kentucky Oil Fields Lexington Ky Nov 16 During the past week In the Kentucky fields wells were completed as follows Wayno county 4 Knox county 3 Cumberland county 2 Bath and Row an counties 3 Floyd county U There were a few scattering strikes also Has Abandoned Lexington Lexington Ky Nov 17W W Webster of Pennsylvania who came to this city last winter and formed a stock company to build an oil refinery In this city is now preparing to build refinery in CJiapute lap r STANDARD TIME IS LEGAL a 5 Question of Insurance Payment Hlhgea on Courts Decision i5a Louisville Ky Nov 1GJudge Cork don decided In the case ofTwo paint houses against an Insurance company that standard time Is official by reason cf usage Tho Insurance company claimed Lint solar tlmo prevailed in Loulsvlllo when the contract for tho policy was printed nnd that this should etormlno whet er noonJ lolar time or noon standard time was meant Tho plaintiffs buildings caught fire on the day the Insurance policy expired alter noon solar tlmo nnd before noon standard time The pol icy read that It sIioiiidbej rorvnI- I noon without tmalJ1nibo ex presnlon further l H NEW REPUBLICAN PAPER The Knox News Has Been EstablisliiJ at Barboursvllle Barboiirsvllle Ky Nov HAnfltpaper tho Knox News has ben cstab llshed at this place Time sheet will Co printed In the same building In which the Barboursvlllo News an Independ eat paper is printed W M 0 Dish man editor of the Barboursvlllo News will be manager of the Knox News This is time first republican paper In this place for many years FOUND DEAD IN BED Former Representative Thos A Smith Paused Away Suddenly Mayking Ky Nov 16 Tnomas A Smith aged 67 a prominent ixilltlclan and exrepresentative having served a number of terms In time Virginia leg islature was found dead In bed at his home near McConnell Sunday morning Death was caused by heart trouble Mr Smith was well known In Ken tucky and Virginia FIRE AT HUSTONVKL2 One Block Burned Entailing a Loss of 50000 Hustonvlllc Ky Nov 17ThIa town was almost destroyed by fire Monday One bloclt was burned en tailing a loss of 50000 Among the buildings destroyed are the Weather ford hotel Meyers general store Adam Bros druggists C W Wheeler dry goods Tore Co general store and Daniel J Adams residence Prominent Educator Dies Covington Ky Nov 16In tho death of Prof George A Yates who passed away Sunday morning Coving ton loses one of Its oldest and most honorable citizens a man who has probably done more for tho education anti welfare of the present generation during the last 10 years than any other man In the city Prof Yates hail been ailing for a year Covington Ky Nov 17The tuner al of tho late George Yates principal of the Third district school took place Tuesday at 10 oclock from tho family residence Rev George A Miller of the First Christian church preached time funeral sermon after which the remains wore laid to rest in Highland cemetery Newport Mill May Cut WagesFNewport Ky Nov 17Whether or not tho Amalgamated Association ot trail and Steel Workers shall consent to a reduction of independent mills Is a question that has been raised by a letter written by Col J A Andrews president ot tho Newport rolling mill to the local lodge asking consent to a reduction of 20 per cent in tho scale of wages now paid- Feudist Is Released Owingavlllo Ky Nov lCvrHarvcy Moore after languishing In jail for two years was admitted to 3000 ball He was charged with murdering Fin Icy Tolllver 72 years old ono of the leaders In the feuds between tho Tol livers on one hand nnd tho Logans and Martins on tho other Only ono male of the Tolllver faction nowsur vlves Judge Williams Selected Frankfort Ky Nov 17On recom mendation of States Attorney General I Pratt Coy Bcckham lias selected Judgo B O Williams of this city to appear before the appellate court hero on Tuesday of next week In behalf ot the state In the Jim Howard murder case Attorney W M Smith pf Lou isville will represent Howard B J Ewen In Covington Covington Ky Nov HD J Kir en tho principal witness in tho caso against Jett anti While convicted of the killing of Attorney Marcum at Jackson Ky passed through this city Friday and paid a visit to City Engi neer Quinn Victim of the Wreck Buried RuBscllvllIe Ky Nov HThEr re mains of Ed SturgiS who was killed In the wreck on tho Knoxvlllodlvlsltin a few days ago wero brought hero anti burled A delegation of railroad men came in a special car and attended tIme burial Wllf Fix New Freight Rates Mt Sterling KyPNov 17The Kentucky state railroad commission will hold Its last session In FranKfort November 21 to wInd up the assess ment for 1903 It IiIriiored that tlig boar will tW frolht rseJ J t1 tTHE DREATHITT NEWS f =J WISE HAdlNS Editor I Friday Xovcmbor 20 1003 rf JOHN D WHITE Cauyqr Room 003 Kentucky Title IHdg e Louisville Kyv R IWdl practice in Slifte and U S Gonrtf r1 I Buys und sells llenl Estate Keeps i good list ot FpfniB nt Mr prices Spe wcial atloniyir given to OH Goal nnd I l Reports values on apI plieatjiT Director for the New rn JlV r r Circulation more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED coiilcs f advertisementsyc on a guaranty that our paper has t more t tan twice the circulation in Broathitt County of any paper a published Our paper goes to ov cry post oflico in Perry County and almost every one in Leo Ma jIgoflin Owiloy anti11olfo Coun tiesIf VAfct you wailt tb reach the moun tttainan ad in the BUEATH ITT COLNTV Isllws i IQarrosilondunts should sign their I names to their communications t not for publication but that we inayfcki ow who to look to for the correctness of the items Some corroapondonco woro left out this woek for this cause I t ThanksgivingDay OYOlillil Burned1 Little Mny HiiSIPj the lo jmr old daughter of 11nlld MM Hiram Ball ey who 11 v un Lincoln venue wns Pp rioiisly burned today by her clothes catching fire tram the grAte She rat to the home of Coolloo Hudson where the family succeeded in putting out the fliv hut not until almost hei whole btidy was blistered Her fnthei and mother were both away from hoot nt the tints Dr Offut was coifed in and dressed the woundr Ho Dous Not Want to Live Alone Daniel Thompson who lives neat Vhnk In this oounty whose wire left him in September brought suit fordli vorce on the fer uiids of abandonment andadultery secured his divorce nt this term of court nnd Wns married again on lie 18th of this month to bliss Clay CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court adjourned Thursday ilueyRiley IlileyTheHugins Chapman brought by theli giinrdinne tu subject their property for disI r Wick deuton wns granted n divorce from Cordelia Denton Electric Light Plant Completed t the Electric Light Plant is noun dfr full steam having completed the voter supply tlin Company will start Saturday evening and run all night They have only run these evenings un til 10 mid 11 oclock for complete test F rug Vu can certainly prnisq the Corn puny for the excellent light they furnish ag nil who have seen it join In l saying lliat Jackson tins the bell light and neatest constructed plant in the State of Kentucky us Its regulation are nbsolutelr perfect and our street lights turn our nlghU Into daylight and In the future It will bo n pleasure for our citizen to walk the streets bj night nnd abolish nt last the habit or carrying lanterns lye certainly can congratulate Mr Louis Etiricht lie president of the Company in securing the services 01 Mr II Liiilmr Iuber for the in stalling of our electric light plant at hu Iis proven hlnrtelf competent In evory detail not only in his work bait in IIM general management and trying Itodense our citizens wherever it was in lii power W certainly wish 3Ir Leber success in lii future work wherever ho moj be tor he deserves it Mt Btorlliiir Court A bun t 2000 cattle on the market quality fair trade good 1 O to bunch 1000 Ib steers soldal 3 75 but 860 wns the price that 1000 Jb cuttle sold for Lighter weight steer sold att 325 to J340 Yearling steers sold at 3 23 to f300 according to quality hollers at 250 to 320 tho latter price for a bunch of 000 fat heifers Cows utlfci to S cls Hull nt 2 s to Octs A largo crowd at the pens with plenty or buyers Mules wore a bit slov some tine 16 hand mules offered but buyers claimed fiat H7li to J200 was too much I Some 15J6 hand mules lit 325 per pair and 15 hand mules at f100 lo fllO stltall males 7li to00 horses wire in better demand I plugs selling at tOu and 75 fair horses at 85 to 100 and some good horses at y H2G to ilCiodvoAIQ 1 U ILr K t CORRESPONDENCE II ICorrespondents From This and Surrounding Counties by out Special Jo s t1i TURKEY Uev Peter Hacker preached near here Sunday Mss Lou Whlsmin who hasbon rioting In Volfe returned home last Monday Mlss Julia Cnllahnn made a business trip to Jackson Saturday John Jolt of Copes Branch wnllI hero Saturday Snnford Harett a little ten year old daughter of Jlp nnd Splcer Unrett died it her home near this place last week Mrs Laura Johnson visited at Jens iJreek Sunday J Terry went to Jackson Monday Mist Maggie Short Is visiting Misses Lillie and lUilh Terry Mr Ance Mcintosh ol Jells Creek vas here Sunday Snmel Terry will move to Jetts creek next week Miss UosaCawood daughter of II B wood ot Boonovllle visited htr sister Flora here last week Miss Runt Terry who has been ill for he past week is much better II H Cawood secured a fine bird dug Ire Monday I100XYILLK Ike Wilson tho new Circuit Olert tins rented the IJoonvlllu Hotel and Is irepnred to appease the appellli ol loaf mill and beast Purler Wilson formerly of loom vlllo Hotel lies rented the property irimvii as the Dan Campbell property Hi Multi street completely overhauled 4uiiH and now offers to tint public aurally n lint class boarding lotto liny Vilsono Cow creek who was ccntly taken by a Deputy U S Mar hall to liichmond charged with still iijr liquor pleaded guilty to tho chargr rust week and took his puulshment ithotlt trial dipt Dick Uurnside has been making it lively for tho boys who Itas been Ifnllng In home made tobaco- Vilburn Bowmaite bent crop is the tltH wonder of Fish creel neighbor It HHI particularly to size und weight Ilioy run in slzs from a gallon bucks I a half Bushel and weight from II 21 round 1m bro ight your correspond e it one last week that was 2J feet Itiiiguud weight t03 pounds which wns tIe fittest specimen of the beet we evo itt Ito also raised In tho saute garden 60 iinds from two deed SerentyIive uf which grow on tine vine the vine rut 160ft long nod branched outCO feel vide John Peters and James Xeely was itId tu answer In the Circuit court itliinlity fur the striking and wound lug of lltnry liundly llundlys con Jltiin is some better but as yet hat mt little mind and it Is feared titan the far ill his head will entirely destroy his mind Died on Lend of otwcrgcon creek on Thursday last Old liuck Creek lion liowman of extreme old age If h tad lived to the 23J of December li would have been 00 years old he wns ne of the old pioneers or Owsley coun o v wns a citizen of this neighborhood when this was Clay county He tsar tied a daughter of old Joe Roberts und rnrcd a largo family which survive him his wife having died many years tgoho belonged to n family that lives to u ripe old age Theres now living in tho knowledge r your correspondent eight of his lieu y IloivmnnO cousins and double coos ins whoso ages run from SO to OS years old viz Itev Cornelius Moore Eliza of th Trcwitt Matilda Miller and Ir iielu Bullock Your correspondents mother all of Jackson county It S how nnnE W Bowman of Owsley Aunt I dry Crawford of IBreathltt county mil Rev James Iatton Moore o Bath liinty their ages uddel aggregates the sum of 731 years Can nny other ji your uorrd pundants give tin nuns h25252S252S2S2S25252525C tfLOYI DAY lresident- F1R1VVFO1t0 Vice resident asss II M of so many persons of sonic family ol kin now living of tho above ages YAUER BRITCHES KOHBIK3 A shooting fray took place in this town last Sunday resulting in a mat named Gabbard having n leg fractured Drinking whisky and gambling is dan genius The Board of School Trustees at thin place have succeeded In procuring a Mr Wood of Pennsylvania who come well recommended both at a teacher timid a preacher The entire village seems to LOloll pleased with the ctoice ofthe Board andhope wo will have another guol school like Mr Alexander tatightlnst year SrcrtiEX FRAZIER uMr Pennock president of tho Ky fj V Co has been In our Camp al most n week but started for Ohio Tue P dnyHovJ T Wood was hero and itenched Sunday nnd Monday and re turned to his home in Tennessee Tues lay We hope that he will decide to make this hlslhomo fora year at least 0 C Hubbard was In Jackson SlIt Irony night and returned too late for Sunday School Sunday morning Molt Gabbard had a racket with Al len Creech last Sunday evening and was shot In the leg It is a pretty bad tvuund nt ore butte was broken and tinned up considerably Several feces had to be removed but he will nut Ipse the leg The log engine is laying up fur me- IlVirs this wrek MI the mill Is shut I wn fur luck of logs It takes about 120 logs a day to kp her going Mrs Taylor King Is on the sick list Jetties Miller is on the sick list Miss Julie Hayi has Unified her uhaul and Is at home on the sick list James Ward gut his shoulder thrown iut uf place last week This was the ighth time and he always has to be iiuusthellzed before It can ba replaced it ho has been chloroformed eight times pp TORRENT Mr J M Sullivan has removed hit homily to Lexington where he has built n home Baptists held their monthly meeting at Zacharial lnst Saturday and Sun conductedrthe services Messrs Carl nnd Earlo Ashley John Jones William Jones Leonard Barnes and Mrs Ella Ashley Mrs W A Jones und Miss Bertha Jones made a pilgrim ego to Zachariah last Sunday to heat the Bnpti it preachers Mr Uoscoo Shackelfordrof Standlug Hock made a butinees trip down the L 15 last week Mr BilPBaUey the popular trav sling man was In town Tuesday News from Flat states that Miss Flossie Shuckelford is 111 with small pox Miss Flossie Is ono of the many correspondents of the NEWS and wee trust that her illness will be of shoes duration and that she will recover none the worse for her experience Attorney Joseph LyMni of Ump ton wns here on business Saturday Mr Carte Ashley has entered em liloyment of Eastern Ky Stave Cu Mr Owen Warren of Salt Lick has secured empljyment in the Stave fact ory at Kidgewood ATI10L IMrs1 C Johnson and daughter Min oair of TollegJ left n few days ago to a sew weeks with relatives in Laurel and Jackson counties Misses Calla and Lela Bowman had quite n pleasant trip to Boonville lust Saturday nod Sunday vlssiting Mil Lou Eta Muse and attending the an nual meeting There seems to bo some great at S2S252S2S25252E2S2S 325 J SAMUEL HEAD Ja1ashler ROB l VANAUSDALL Asst Cash b Sm J u JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK L Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital 1500000 Surplus 1 105000 Vo solicit the Banking Business and accounts of Lumber Manufacturers f Timer Dealers Business Men- Merchants Farmers ThrOll ustomersn I the 11103 I LIBERAL I Within the limins of legitimate husinessII COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY SPSu 1 NI A CRAWFORD JAMES BROPHY A PXYO- NI mf I AIPICRAWFORDUOr 1 1 b DEALERS IN s General MerchandisevW Consistin of n brunt now flue oC HatsIt Dry Goods Groceries 1 Gents Furnishing Goods I I HardwarerM And everything usually found in u first class general h ryj store Wo still for m fleestus m 1 Crawford Building 1h imf and let us show you vlmt we can du- I mJ PI CRAWFORDr == traction nt FIncaslle fur Mr Hardti Hurft as he is visiting there quite of tenMrs Elihu llowlingof Juekfon Court ty and daughter Mrs KL Farfis end two children Irumer and Utiinuf Ixm dun Ky have been visiting rela tives In this vicinity the pact wetk I Miss Florence Strung went to Dnii viile riiurfdnj to suo her brother Alex who was sierotisy 111 and who died the following duty Mrs DJJ Crawford ho + gone to JncK iiiin to assist her dalighter In the hotel business Inmprovhig MlllarJ Combs son urN B Combs who was reported 111 last week has greatly Improved under ihecare of Miss Josle Collier who Is n splendid nurseTime Arlington Hotel has been crowd ed forllie part twowewk FARMS FOR SALE Ue have for sale ninny desirable arms in Central Kentucky especially n Marion and adjoining counties These tennis ranee In acreage front 50 to 5oo Acres and in prices from lo to 60 Per Acre Some of these places art Itieh lllne Grass Farms and others over until Creek Bottom lands We have excellent facilities fur show hag these farms and would ho glad to how them to those wino are Interested If you are thinking of going to Oklahoma Texas Arkan sas or to the West in Search of a Home Write us and we will forward you In formation regarding these different States We are In a position to oblaln the very lowest railroad rates and to go along with you and show you any of these cnnnlrle Ycorrespondence Is solicited and will pace our prompt at tentionCentral Ky Heal Estate Co- Lebauon ICy K E YOUNO Secretary and Treasurer to2 THE BREAD MAKER lint HO fens ot the result when using Mansfields Flour- Its white and has the natural taste and flavor of the wheat berry Makes better whiter healuier bread than you have been using because it is milled from the beet wheat and milled In the right way on the best equipped roller Hour mill in Kentucky Let a 25lb sack of BUST PATENT or IOUNrAIN LIMA talk to you It will be more convincing than a barrel of words Ask your grocer for It 11 C 31AXSFIELD k SOX ROSSLYN KY Wairons For Sulu S Ve have received a car load of the uolebrated Weber Wagons King of All and before you buy elsewhere we would respectfully ask that you call and examine our wagons Mr N it Combs will bo pleased to show them to you at any limo URUX COMBS A Co A Bargain for Sumo One A nice small Farm in Lee ciunly for sat The Karkln Stamper place on the head of Hear Greek Nice dwelling god storehouse cribs and barn never failing water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For purlieu lays apply to SAM JETT- Winchester Kv For u Bad Cold If Y u hnve n bad cold you need a good reliable medicine IIko Chamber loins Cough Remedy to loosen and re lieve It and to allay time Irritation and inllamation of the throat and luncs Fur sale by Day llroa Co 060 will buy a good Elgin or Walt hum Watch of S D Fleeiior call on theJr4 THE HAZARD lBAPTIST INSTITUTEI will open G JANUARY 4 1904 AVe hope to have our now building read by this titnu It will be nn elegant building cousistingof five well furnished rooms two h lls and an office The faculty will consist of Five First Class Teachers Special attention will be given to the prepar ation of teachers for then noble workwhile other departments will not bo neglected Uo yond tho Common School Branches the fol I lowing subjects will be taught Mathemat ics to and including first art of Trionomotry English up to Logic General Historyof American Politics PnysScal Geography Moral Science Psychology Music Etc Tuition Per Month lrani1to S34 Board Including Fuel Lights Etc 175 to 52 j For further particulars call on or address A S PETREY1 1 ORE F DAVIS HAZARD KENTUCKY N S + r i Jto 1 oJ ne- Co VI iiP f tI 1tIN 1 St12s Day Bros 1 p a Ji i Have the most complete stock Off1 T GENERAL t MERCHANDISE j Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of v Bvg aOdSt oftou 4i WIIIN St t IOth1iUqLt r w r fO St 4IWe have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky f s- Our miof the Latest StyleiFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy I1illineryGoods i This Department is under the management t of Miss Laura Rawlings who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE rlw j Ware the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every bodyH + Come and see us ourytauuunmmnBBHnmm II I Prices Are lIIiHrliighl 111111fIIllilill11111111t1111IB11111 t 1111111rlllllllllllllllllllliinnl1111rlrtlllril111111iIIBl lllh pay Bros Co f 1 iMt yrdim 4tY 4 J PItt r + r oL Jrr 1If J tPtJJII trttrt V j 1 j ii = CCC 1 f11 C US B 4 UBi I i1 Vo will have our hall Opening next 91 wok Our stock of Clothing Shoos 1t lints niul Gents iMirniahing Goods is J the most complete we linvo over had sinco wo Imve brew in business I nm yours to give you u Cut Price from l S tu ft percent lower tlmn the lowest O KELMANa tlKcntttclc3r f tJ q Ji ot s z = 4 N 11 t = N j rs iHt 1 a I k The Breathitt NewsY Published Kvcry trld- nyfaSS2arrr25 r HAPPENINGS 52S2S21 1MTHE Ifl HJIN AM JACKSON n + LSa52SC 5Z d fffr Circulation more than IOUHTBBX IIun lr il copies 1ge ti ailing nl MO cents dozen Qliweng h quoted nt 5 and I650 per pound Dr J It Cope was here on builnoi Thumlny J lV IvlwnnlsA Sou hell sliced hnm nt IBa pouiid linn 0 K Smith of LnxliiRtun wu hero on Monday If yon Imve nn engraving to do try S D FieenarII K DAVIS Lend and otltpr follow lion J I McUoy was In LexliiRlon flrttnf tits week Yoi can get the beet hums and bn cnllllKdwimU Sot G Vi llnrrlton ol Valley Vew woe hero Tuesday You got thin beat fresh nnd cured 31 0a181lt II F DavU Dr Dnko of Illmlman was with tu n few dujH thin week lliiyo your eyea testedand lilted by S D r looiior Jeweler and optician Onpt A a Henry nnd wife were in Xftxlngtoh lint of the tyoek K I Combs of Troublesome was hero Thurfduy nfinrn IOHI of gooda J Q McUuu hai adverlUed hIs stock of goods ut Fee City for sale at auction 4 Saturday Nov 2Ut Dont KO to Lexington to buy first C1116 i jroc rlcs when IL lr Iuvi clot sail you the fume Rood Judge 0 X KowliiiK left last Mon day fur Missouri to look utter the letting of Home star mail routes Keep your eyes on II Ir DavU TlmnkKlvliiR stuck He will hrvo n JY magullluent display NSurvices at till fresbytsirlnn church 1 Sunday morning anti evening by Itev W W Powell r Sea S D Fieenor for all kinds of watches clocks anti Jewelry repairing prit es rrnnmihler 3lr Jut S Head reiinwd lVldnes day horn n visit to frleuda und ml sheds In lUclimond U Kelman li paying the highest market price fur beef hides nod fur hides Ioult Keliinm returned eduisday from n buslues trip to lluckhorn MUi Mnrgaret llaket wJiohns been on the tick list for several weeks is vide to be out nguiii Helle and Ida Strong hurt sold their ioue and lot on Elm street to Inck 4uii llensley of Clmvis Terry county He will mute to It scup Muss Elizabeth Drake und Miss Xe but of Sit Sterling were veiling Mss Nellie Tiplon nt thu Arlington Hotel this week K T Ileynoldtf of Uoonvllle was here Wednesday looking for n location for n saddlery chop We think n snddler could do well here Pure bred Pakin Ducks 0irnlsli Indian Unite chioken4nti llelgian Hares for sale by M ft M HAOINS- Tnokcou Ky John Bradley of the Bradley Cu of Hamilton OntarIo was here Thursday He gave Sam Pillion an order for five oar loads of square timber for export For sick headuchd try Chamberlains Stomach and Jilver Tablets they will ward off the attack If taken In tone For Bile by DAY Bros Uo Clifford Hedmaii three years old son of n wealthy farmer living near Newport Kywns found Inn field near Ids homo Toesdny night froze to tlehth- We keep on kind nt nil times n good supply of nice fresh meal which we will still cheap GRAIN OOMBS Co MA Conyer n niahl carrier dl cov ered the body of a white man in n licIt near Ilopkinsvilie KY Hogs mood eat en away the head and torn out the stomach WANTED To buy poplar logs for veneer work 16 Inches mild Uli tiny length will pay cash WJ Gin oN Norton Vu Samuel Palton returned Toeiday from Illndmund where he had keno attending Circuit Court lie was em plu ell to prosecute hi the ease of the Commonwealth of Ky vs Win Stacy charged with the murder of Ed Wir lunn a S D Fieenor lia Just received the nicest line of 1847 Ilogers Hnw Silver fare ever brought to Jackson con Ing of knives forks ten desert tulili und gouvenlnr ypuons Call and slant Ine them We have Jiiitt receded a cur loud of lied sttndit + priiiK 11111 fIL I hII + ellurnldtrizt Io1 ui N u i I renpeciftilly melt ti r 11 I ll und exalllrllerite m el Grain Comb= li Co xorrcis h Dr W P llii Sins plnerd hU ae ciiiint III my 1IIIIIIIIIur caillecllni Per ills Indeliifd In him will pleae cull nil Hlt and Collie Hume tiespectfnllyKlIILY Milt A1 Lngg Onfiivilie jldam and Fred AilmiH of Torivnr were henl- lurt WulnoMliiy Ill their return fnim tlm Imrliil of Diiolfl Stamper who vm B member of Torrent Lodge No 711 A F A M Mr r11f is matter 01 tillA IUdge A rood Haul Sonio urn on hmt ttedneadhy night broke limo the lllni of the Singer Mfg Co rare and took fOO belonging to the Company No clue to tlm thief He IlIllJrllJy n ladder nt till back of the building LOAt One rid iiiuley uleer ibout three yours old and velnht about EDO pound Itoili HUM liver ben frost bitten nod Sieve the appearance of having leer cropped Finder will phmsH notify me Mint receive reward IR1VH OltOB- SKlknlawn Ky Notice Any person or person deMruylng tiny pniHrty of tout Jnokson Electric Light and Power GII01 tuner lamp + etc will litTproifcultil to the full ex tent of the law Jnoksui Electric Llght Ioiver Co lIt JII her Letter Many Since lid first IIIHII that wits ever killed in Itrriithlit ooiinlyMiy Queen Chnpinnti was Aioli Iltiyn riiUiuriurrutl In 1857 I apfiir that ho and I n Comas hnd n ditllculty over u piece of lmd oi what I now kiuwii nil the niL llrancl odor Ilia mouth tif ijulcktfiind llu nod VIh fought with butcher knives null Combs Will badly wcunod but re covered but IIny died M A M Iliigin nre now prepared 10 fiiriiUh some hue pair trio or punit of Pure bred Cirnliili Indian Game chicken and Whllo 1ekln Duck ni re mumble price It costa no more to keep pure bred fowls titan Mongrels and they are much more profitable Our Indian Game hens weigh from six to eight pounds nod the roosters from seven to eleven pounds Litho Scrcim JIollou T ald tn Rest Serena llollun the beautiful little 12 year old diiiKhtcrof Alfred Ilillon of Onnoe died Tnendny nltla of pneu monia fever She hud been nick about three weeks She was buried next dny nt the fam ily gruvn y ft rd Notice MrI1I llmer Attorney Is the nu tlioriril collector for nil accounts for the Jucksun Electric Light and Power Company nod all sutllemenls from this date should be paid to him He nisi will receive nil meter bills from monih to month and is time general representative JACKSON Ktnoriuo LIOIIT d POWEK Co Now 1304 By IUTiiKn LRHKR tI7tllD TIIOMfiiONCIAV Daniel Tliompson and America Clay were married at time residence of the bride near Whickon November 12th by Itev W J Arrowood MTTiEaAimAnn Melvin Little and Maggie Gabbard built of Herald wore married at the home of the bride last Thursday Oil And the formations in which It is found Send 25 CM for the Oil Prospectors Guide W II FAULKNER Fairfield Iowa Try THE NEWS You will like It JUST AVIIAT YOU NEED CliainburluInH Stoihnch ami Uv r Tablets When you real dull after eating When you have no appetite When you lutes n bad taste In your mcoih When your liver U torpid WliKii your bowels lire constipated When you have n headnchn When you feel hi ious Vlmy will Improve your nppitlie cleaiuo and invigorate joiir Htonirtcli and regulate your liver nnd bowels For sale liy Dav Brow 0i Wi have rewired nir lond of Kn tiawlia Salt andore selling even bash is for 176 CHAIN Costa Co fE2552S252S2S2S2525252 lLEETl tC BEURIS Iii CIVIL EXGINEEUS ANn SURVEYOIts runpi Aentnu uIIO 1M soil Ilix e of wrk wed SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1OLLJ LJtOjh ONUCh V- a2fzr75rltelbi i t5= Wni ii daJ lieour 1I Inahduur linoofXmaiGuodi t t UehhlUK Morvlce3 lv II W Elliott of tilt Chtlalln Church of Sulphur Ky will preach at the MIl hudl t Church Sunday after nooil November 21 hubs u Saw Mill 1 V Wllliumi umVr K Whir have boiiglit or Allen Davidson hit tOenin 58tr tutu mv located on Miller Brnnch Tl ey will iimvi It to near Mr William iiome on Qulckiand in about SOda- vBintty vlllo Hplwcopnl hnrt2t Consecrated The St ThomiiK Eplicupil Church ft Bcattyvllle was consecrated Sunday with beautiful nod impressive ceriuon les The Right Rev Bishop Thomas Underwood Dudley of Louisville and the Right Rev Bishop Lewis W flour ton of Lexington nsdstwl by the pas tor the Rev AlexnnUer Patterson formally of Lexington olllulated Oth eriiwlio ntalstid were the Rev Messrs Charles Feller of Mt Sterling F W Wentworth of Winchester j and Thorn us Cook of Middliiilioro Taints tiiinitli Killed Richard MeKliinny shot and killed Jim GilHIth lut ViiiHliiy week on the Middle Fork of the Kentucky lover nb nit 10 miles from lljden The kill lug grew out of an old grudge Grlf liih bore the reputation uf a bad man He killed Ids hither nbiiut n year ego nnd hi trial wns pending In the Perry Circuit Court ut the time ho was tilled McICIiMixjr i urrHiideri Union ThiinlCHKlvhitf Harvict There will be u Uniin Thanksgiving servjce ut ihu Presbyterian Church on- IhurtinyIheE201h at 10 a m Our Prcfldenl nnd our Governor hare both called upon us to observe the dnfld it is hoped that every one will attend Itiv W h V Powell will make tit rimnkaglving nddre A collection will be Inkeii up rill the pour of the city An anthem by the choir and Amrr leu aung by the lifth grade pupils of o ir publlc school will be H specie feature of the pr gram Lovers ot looks An effort in betig but forth by the book lovers of Jackson to establish the Tabard Inn Library in our flourishing little city We now hard electric light and will soon have good ilrrett and waterworks why nut have a Ii brainy The Tabard Inn will be a bt I gluing The Tnbard Inn libraries art no experiment Since Mardi 1002 many thou 1I11Il1 01 branch libraries have been established all over tit country nod thousand uf buoka have been placed in thin panda of many eager renders who otherwise would never haveieenlhe volumes Time Compnnj agrees to send nn attractive book coal crmtiiliiliig 125chluicu boukii There are changed once or twice a month ac cording to the louallon of the elation The Tnbtnl Inn cliculatei only new booksthe beat that can be bought in the best blndligi and at soon as they nre published The bunks embrace till chuses of literature and if there III uny books that number es pecially desire they cnn be procured In tinier to Introduce time librarr Into Juckton fifty nlb orit eri urc nec sary The yearly ice is nominal only flO and for every exchange of book than li a fee of live cents At the end of the Ural year If the exchanges have bell fairly good the 160 membership fee will Le Jitcontinued Aio there not fifty people in Jackson who are willing to pay this nominal sum that the best llieniuni of our titian may bo access ible Tliosu who would like to lull themselves of the privlege kindly hand your names to JSlhlld Dr Dickson Copt Picknrd or Mr Glrton and If fifty numes are secured theIibrary will bj opened Combination Offer By our liberal terms with the publishers of other papers we are able to furnish you two papers for a little more than the price of one We can sere you money on uny paper you nosh to take Wu will furnish you TilE IJUEATIIITT COUNTY NEWS and either of the following CourIni Joiirnnl Louisville Herald sChicago InterOcean Cincinnati En juirer Lexington Leader HoTie amid Farm or New Yarkrribuno Farmer 0110 Year For Only 9125 No one should be without Ii paper when he cnn buy two of the best in the country for no lltth money The nest IttMiHdy For Croup This ID the na on Alien time woman who knows the bit remedies for croup in III ilHinand in every iteltdibxrhond Ont of lu must icrriilil + ihingi in Ihe ivorht i tar Sir 80 nkened la the middle nr the nlghi In u wliooi front one of the clllllrtn The uroup an n rrrohrr IK sure to be lost in ease nt burglary There tiMd t IInil old fantiiuned rem idy for croup known as hive syrup and tulii lint worm modern mothers rnr that Cliumbcrluliid Cough K mfdy it I et r laid doH nut rust jO n moili li IHIIHt tft p lit Ill W tip I- IlioIII q k Mul RIYe rIIt inn hi rtr ln line Irli in1 M ii HI t IUit 1Oghi nIpeMe b II will Ir i 1N nllnrk JIllll II d tl trlrs6 1llH wm 1 r aI gvbeorlption w OT 2szszsr s 2s2 szns s sesse The Criterion of Fashion C C The Latest and Best n J r u Wo Have Now n Full and Complete C Line of C cram C READY TO WEAR HATS C Also Some of the C o HANDSOMEST DRESS HATS 0 Ever Shown in Jackson The Choicest Line of Notions you will find by Call ing on US Before Buying Elsewhere C KESlECTFULLY PETERS RAMSEY rAUI SON KENTUCKY rm252525SSc5uc2Sc5525r5S 525225r1 bled Cit11whllat Lexington fur reteralweeks with ty phoid fever died thieve lnrt Saturday llu laid Improved omslilinibly bit took n relupie whli falnl result IIis remains were brought hoina Mondry ntiil buried with Muitnnlu humors Itutiiriis Irom time holy j Judge limner Ererdr left lafi 11n day fur St Iuiil Ilion tu IIIOHI his in Charlie who In un his teal inure from time army N utica + Any person IIr pornn cutting dnwn Chestnut trees fur the fruit nr mher wlie cull inu limber or trevpnxtiiiRui time lands of tho Kentucky Union Own pang timefruit Land liuinpnnv ihe Georges liruncli Cunnel Coal C jinpnny or time Ixal Creek Coal Company in Breathitt Perry Powell Let Wolfe or other counties in the State that they hove property III will be indicted for such offence und prosecuted to the extent of time law A S G W SRWE1Lagents Mrs Fred Unrath r vsllcnt Country Club Ilenlon harbor Jlllcli After my lint baby was born I did not seem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he consid end very luptrlor but Instead cf getting better I rtw weaker every day My hut band insisted that I take Wine of Cardul fer a week and tee what it would do for me I did take the medicine end heals- lowly gnttful to lied my strength and returning In two weektl was out of bud In a month I was able to take op my usual duties I am very enthusi attic In Its praise Wino of Cardai reinforces the organs of generation for the ordeal preg nancy It prevents ims carriage No woman who Vine- of need fear the coming of her child If Mrs taken Wine of Cardni before her came the vonhl not have been weakened as she was Her rapid recovery shouMI commend this remedy to every expectant mother Wine of Cardui tho menstrual flow INE orCARDlL I Cool and Timber T and Wanted Wanted onp hundred thousand acres of coal and timber lands In Eastern Kentucky fir CASH for Eastern Capi talists WrltPlo 0 E SMITH Lexington Ky The Weekly Inter Ocean ti Is a iniinbT uf ilii HfMiointed Pret tliHiinlv Wcitfin whimper Peeeswlsp he entirrI Kraplilo News StMvin 4 the New York Son and Special ohms 1 lllP Nely Yfk World ilHily r urtt from 01 iO nMHlitl iirf iiiniiHiiiii thrnaipn nry YEAR ONE DOI1AfI Subo ribs for THB BRBATHITT COUNTY NEWS and Tho Weekly later Oce n one year both papore Ibr 125 AMERJGVS l t t+1 ti R4fIISI 4Itli1nu1311 t lmllIri Csnslarr It ilrpithrtuu luU Um t AI HOWS THIS SUITlYOP The best i 500 Shoe 8500 I Male t t I Day ISold1 I JAckonJI t Low Rates From Lexington Via the SOUTHERN RY Effective September 15 to Novem ber 80 California POIIIIII37 40 Portland Ore 40 40 Tacoma Wash 40 40 Seattle Wash 40 40 Spokane Wash 37 90 Ogden Utah 30 4Q Helena Mont KG Hull Mont 30 10IHilling Mont 31 One way tbketii will lui on s 40IIht Hatitliern ltailviir from Hil 15 to Noveinhrr 30 nt Ih1I1IVI rules anti corriiipondingly f nv nilfs will b mndt to Miler points in the Vst and Norlhwei Cheap oneway settlers liekel + und round trip home eekerV tickets Iris also bUII sale October Dili und 20th fluid November SJ and 17Ui to Oklaho ino Indian Territory Texas nnd to many other points In time Neat also points In the Southeast For maps folders and complete in formation call on any agent of the mime Southern Railway III nddruss C C STEWART TPA Lexington Ky 011 I1UNQE11FOKDD 1A Louisville Ky I 0 B ALLEN A G P A 1 St Louis Mo TIlolISSw r AJcXutl A == tJ WHK 11013 O XIkwi tSIIL I I HAGINSl JJOWUSG It IfIt IWVTACIQX a rV t- frAIfIJtIlI1I illll jip Ihllnjwill tecehra prompt 1fcalUrllllItrtentlnti =r S i TrIOS T rtnen A II rerraiN 1 IlIxm L iToyt i JIIWYIUi I IJAUK9UN JJf nthm t0- Illln m I z ft111fr i fillIflnTrlrnrlffii t m t L C ROARKgAg g LAWYER Y t JACKSON oil5IUl1Cl Will pr etlv III lln nililu Cultt- gI111LLlILLLLIlllU11111WLL1U llfi = 5InB IKi Couniif 11L 1WllU111111- John Dean Stone MII 1 FoundationsI Stones Pillars- RMlLROAL i i- J= =TABLES 1 f j 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830 152 lIt1m toli 1158 80l y 750 123 Lfp City U32 10 7l41 122 HelMliNWn 1228 18 715 IKK Oahnel City 1245 vl- AM IV IM IV IM AB I R Westbound Puiwenger Truln act its at O K Jiinatlon with train ch leaves Loxington at 740 am Eastbound Pa s nger Triifn cr cts nt U K Tonal ion with train ich arrives at Winchester 620IInxIngton at 605 pmM CONLEY Su d = tf5a552S25252525252S252525i2525252 WdAre D IHereCelebrated 1yu G sHOE mThoBest on Earth rn S OO P R I CtE C u q I if o i rO rL J 11 cy 7 1 Natures Greatest J Cure- for Men and Women r t SwampRoot is the Most Perfect Healer and Natural L tt Aid to the Kidneys Liver and Bladder 1 Ever Discovered I SwampRoot Saved My Lire SI- A FAIMHS STRONG TtSTIHOHIAl otrIdieyI bid an wnl paUnn 1111 back oer the kid itir N- t A MRT9APKER lIes end had to urinate fran four to seven tlmti rickdunpooodi in two weeks and thought I would soon SwampRoollnhe aDdbeandtOodaI am a farmer and am working every day and beforeIWatkenikGratefully rour SAntrrApril Pa There comes a time to both men and women when sickness and poor health bring anxiety and trouble hard to bear iisappointment seems to follow every tflfort of physicians in our behalf and remedies we try have little or no effect In many such cases serious mistakes arc knowinghatsick Kind nature warns us by certain symptoms which arc unmistakable cvi Vlencc of danger such as too frequent scaldingirritationthey tell us in silence that our kid bladder Prove SWAMPROOT Will do Our Have a Bottle FREE badly once to Dr Kilmer Co send without a sample bottle a book telling about it the letters reccivcd women cured Dr Co thtspderSwampRootthe drug stores make mistake Ro every botUc Donliln Krrrlee ulo Pacillc Hallway and Iron Moun throughColorndoTexas Arizona etc Through operttIngthroughrancico TouristcnrfcrrricetoCulifornfn four days In the For rates ami full information address any agent of tI Pacific Hallway or Irou Mountain IouriI or II C TowMCsn General Ticket Agent St Louis Tunic tenyearoldtauhtera call on a friend who in n large house epaciou grqumls about it At neared she sighed ant daughterDolly after I feel ax If I had come to live in n hat box Dolly gave a like her and said dismally liveInNilw Fut to Tue s Iron Momitnln Houte leaving St Loula t nin for points end the South tvest Direct connection trains North and Fat to this the Moimtiilu Route three other trains toToinn learingSt loulnJJl p ru ansi 305 a m Iullmnu Sleepers Dining Care ant Elegant Chair tars Twelve bourn saved to California Kn schedules to Texas Tourist ticket on sale the year Write any agent Mountain Route or H C Tows URND General and Ticket Agent Louis YCII lie fooled He had a smooth way with him Which lirovee way or the transrcsor is successful when smooth 1hila dclphia Three through trains tlaiJ Chicago Chicago Union Pacific ut Xorth Ywlcrn Line hortsightedHantli neyi need doctoring It neglected now facelooksdes under the eyes feet swell and bzdlyiThereKilmer the Itt kit ney liver nllll rened fulfills ecr wish in quickly relieving such troubles It inability to urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant neces sity of being compelled to Up many times during the night to urinate In taking wonderful new discovery SwampRoot you afford nntnral help to nature for SwampRoot is the most perfect helper and gentle aid to the that has ever been discovered I SwampRoot a Blessing to Women I troublefor MRS Eo A TIN I became weak ema laird err much donn I had great difficulty In retaining m urine and obliged to water very oftsn night and day After I had used a sample bottle ot Kilmers Swamp sent me on UI ImmediatelyboughttInned taking It regularly I am to say that SwampRoot fared me entirely I can nw syruptomeblessing to me Gratefully MRS FH ArtTix 19 Nastiu St Brooklyn NY To What Great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy for YOU Every Reader of Paper May Sample by Mall EDITORIAL NOTICE If you arc sick or feel sendat Binghamton N Y who will gladly you by mail immediate ly cost to you of SwampRoot and nil and containing nhny of thousands upon thousands of testimonial from men and In writing to Kilmer and onedollar size bottles at everywhere Dont any but remember the name SwampRoot Swamp t and the Binghamton N Y on Dallr Through California via Missouri through Teek nud Flats after resided with she the hou Visiting back silt exactly niothrrV Train via 30 liiTezoa with from In addition Iron have b40 Through tet round of Iron 1asseoger St mecomplctcly audi that the most Its Ledger solid to California Dr eat corrects hold this kidneys US tlf1 and run was Dr Root yoar the address J llnnlnrnc Irccnntlon A roller at the boarding house of Mm greyhoundbaskingdoorOIl didnt know you had a dog hi longhaveyearsHow I have never seen tutu In passing along here We dont him to leave tho back arll replied utrs Irorui with Cttilliaaiu ItLeas lean as that dog ii standing round in front ot jtVYouth Companion niah Wnlilnc In Winter Ilquiekecpers naturally dread dish wash owing to the fact that It chaps the renderS them hdtd and rough Much of the injury however resulta from the iie of impure soap I Ivory POll H used in dulim awl the hanils arc carefully rinsed and dried they will not chap OR H PARKER ChI Notoriety newbonnettatfciug notorietywhyThat will make your friends talk twice as much Stray itoricsc Sinp the Cough an1 work olf the cold Laxative Dromo Quiuine Tablets lrice 25 cents managertoPuck Three trains n day Chicago to Califor and Washington Chicago Union Pacific k NorthWestern Line If you dont try to live up to your Ideals the chances are theyll come down Puck Virtue and hajJpitn sisters Chicago Daily cW I Bakin PowderAB- SOLUTELY PURE 4 There is a quality added to the cake and biscuit by the Royal Baking Powder which promotes digestion r4 This peculiarityof Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recommend it Royal Baking Powder is usecj in baking by the best people everY JfcfIJ l 1 1 t 9YA1 AKIN rp 1 OIN yt Y911K 0 U Ic 1 i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leson In the ttttvriiiitlnnnl llrlul- or Nuuuults UJ ttOtCturao- lit MnitlK Drink- THEtESSONTKXT 1rov Mil I3 21 ro Wine Is u mocker strong drink is rag IRI and whosoever U deceiVed thereby la tat Wise I lie not unions vintblbbtn among lotous enters of flesh I VUr the drunkard and the glutton Ihall come to poverty and Oixnvjinui thoU clothe a man with raga 1 Who hath wotT who hath sorrow 1- Aho hath contention who hath babbling ftho hath wounds without cause who taUt nJncss of ercflt- ft They that tarry tonic at the wlnS hej that fro la seek mixed wine SI Iook not thou upon the wine when tls ml when It Rlvth hts color In the sup when It month lurlf nrlght- X At the last It hlteth like a serpent and itlngrth like an adder W rhino tyu shall behold atranei worn in anti thine heart uhail utter pcrvcn hlngt 31 Yen thou halt be as he that Htth lown In the midst of the sea or KS he that leth upon the top of a mast Co They have stricken me shall thou say and I was not sick they have beaten ne end I felt It not when shall I awake i will seek It yet again tiOlnnN TIaTWluue is N ntockriv Pros Vlllil PreY 2Oj Ot course these selec ions front the ancient Hebrew Vls loralltcraturc do not bring us new light on the temperance question They simply show Uti that to the worlds icenest minds there has always been Jght anti that from time Immemorial Jquor has been the curso of the hu- nan race But the factH stated by this writer with such dramatic power are ndUputable and could not picture the situation more perfectly If they had seen written In America In 1903 The first great point In the lesson or today U not that wine Is a nocker though It IsIt mocks all sigh Ideals and makes dupes of thoso who trust It for it is voluble with romlses which It never pays nor Is ho point for us that strong drink Is t brawler though that Is true as any nc who is familiar with tho sights ind sounds about the doors of a sa oon knows Tho flrtt great point or us Is In the words Whosoever srrcth thereby Is not wise As the ace advances and men are controlled fore by reason and less by Inclination md momentary desire tho foolish hlug3 will be seen to be wicked Just is the wicked things aro always fool eh Drinking Is wicked because It s foollah It Is tho high privilege lad duty of every man to make tho not of himself physically mentally ind morally This ho cannot do tin- eS ho rules out the doing of foolish hngs There are a great many klaus of physical foolishness that aro Intemperance just as truly as drinking Mu and those should bo Included In he Isctuslon of this lesson Tho wort crime which a boy can commit lagalnst society slid against God Is hat which makes him less of a man ess useful as a ctlzen less true as a Zhrlrtlau The reasons why the use jf liquor is to nay the least not wise ire brought out as the lesson pro jrowes Ch 23 o 21 Bo not among vlncblbbers SelfIndulgence or the elfIndulgent disposition Is conta jloun No man who has any regard for his manhood can afford to run un necessary risks with this contagion rho wise man will keep out of tempta lion Just as much as possible Shall orofr to poverty With the wreck of ines manhood goes the wreck of his fortune to that he who sacrifIces his Ideals and the highest things of lIfo or low fcnsual pleasures finds him self in tho end without either In ihooslng the lower he loses all- VI 31 32 Look not thou upon the wino when it Is red In other word do not be Insane enough to 1rlnk anything Just because it looks ood and tastes good and for awhile nalco you feel good when you know lint It is really a poison At the last it biteth like a serpent It la badly Tho man does not live who drugInhe system does not exist that can re sist the deteriorating effects of thoRN things One can never tell what tho dl rectcrrect will be But It will not be pure y physical They benumb the con science destroy will power and kill elfrespect Tho moderation theory In uhiounil The only safe course Is- o Icavn them alone entirely Vs 3335 Those closing verses picture the reeling mind and stupefied the drunken man One read Ing of them Is enough without discus Ion The question Is how wo can IntemperancerhoVII with good and one jaf the practi cal methods Is hinted at in this utter inco of Henry van Dyke In the hacca laureate sermon to the graduating class nt PrInceton last Juno Intemperance ho said Is tho typo of all evils because so ninny others grow ml of It The way to attack It Is to make sober life beautiful And full of nterent Teach your 1 oyt slow to work how to lead and study you fathers before you send them to college It you want to guard them against the temptations of strong drink anti the many shames and sorrws that go with It You reformers provide men wth recreatlogs that will not harm them If you want to take away tht power of thntlirtulsaloons ARMY AND ivy Admiral Bowles Is to receive 25000 a year from the private ship building concern with which he Is to bo con nected As chief constructor of the navy his salary was 5500 a year Watchdogs are to be employed to guard the German dockyards A dog is to accompany each sentinel and the animal will be set upon any stranger who falls to respond to the challenge The new Belgian military system es tablished on the basis of voluntary conscription has already proved a failure Notwithstanding the active efforts of the enlistment committee but few vol unteers have come forward during the last year Gen Joe Wheeler Is an enthusiastic believer In the value the incalculable benefit Is hiliown phrase of the army maneuvers Many things he says that are necessary In actual warfare are being attempted now in these experiments and when one side or another falls the failure shows what may be expected next time In other words to learn why you have failed or succeeded In a thing Is Just as important In war fare a s In anything else J ALUM FLINT AND- SULPHURIC I ACID It is reported that in many localities housei are Infested by peddlers tr3 lug to sell or introduce socalled cheap or lowpriced baking powders eIther directly or by an order upon a ginccr In must Instances deception is used and It U claimed that tho article is a genuine baking powder and has alt the merits of a purO article Housekeepers should be on their guard against this danger to their food Alum powtfcra are almost always low priced But they aro well known to bo detrImental to health In England and In some sections of this country their sale is prohibited by law Congress has forbidden tho sale of food contain Ing alum in the District of Columbia The highest authorities condemn their use Dr S W Johnson for instance Professor of Chemistry at Yale College says Bread made with a bak lug powder containing alum must yield n soluble alumina salt with tho gastric Juice and must therefore act as a poison It Is well known that these socalled chcap goods are mado from alum or tho very cheapest materials One of them was roccnUy analyzed at Yale College and found to be onequarter sharp pointed groins of ground flint Others are filled with sulphuric acid and salts of lead are also found la themIn baking powders be sure to get a reputable wellknown cream of tartar brand anti never buy from peddlers An Indian Eljralam Ages before the white men came among them their ancestors had lived in a faroft country to the west bo yond tho mighty rivers and mountains at a place where the waters constantly moved to and fro In the belief that away toward the rising sun there ex- Isted a red mans paradise a land of deer and salmon and beaverthey had traveled on toward the east and south to find It but they were scourged and divided by famine so that it was not until after long and weary Jourrteylngs during which many many moons hall passed that they came at length to the broad and beautiful valley of the Hudson whose bosom forever ebbed and flowed like the waters from whoso shores they ball come and here amidst a profusion of game and flan they had resteil and found that Indian elyslum of which they had dreamed before they left ttfelr own homes In tho land of the setting sun From Indian Le genus of tho Hudson by William Walt In fourTrack News I In Iiapnt Thrn- I have noticed said the serious off hand philosopher that a woman will Get a golf dress when she has no Inten tlon of playing golf Thats so agreed the man with the auburn whiskers And continued the offhand philos opher site will Ret a ball gown when she caret nothing about dancing and a tennis dress when she wouldnt play tennis for fear she will freckle and a bathing suit when she has no thought of going into the waler and a riding habit when the very thought of climb- Ing on a horse gives liar the chills and Yes interrupted the man with the auburn wliiskers but when she gets a wedding dress site means business Ever otlcc thatLondon TitBits llrr Iilen at a Poet Walking home from school the other day some children were discussing the perfection and usefulness of their respective fathers My fathers the best man in tho world said one little girl he Is a minister He makes peo pie go to church Mine Is the best piped up another hes a doctor He makes sick people well so they can go to church Three or four more enlarged upon the benefit the world derived from their fathers when finally a sweet blueeyed little girl said My papas tbo best of all lIes a poet A poet said another In sympa thetic surprise why a poet Isut a profession Its a disease Sew to hulL On his first visit to London an Ab ertleen youth visited a refreshment parlor and noting a woman eating an Ice said to the waiter III man glo mo yln o thae Being supplied he took a spoonful nud made a wry face Im dootln Its a bit frost bitten mister said he Oh no sir remarked the waiter Hils an ice Gosh Do tlyjy cat Ice In London asked tho wondering Aberdccnlan man we slldo an skate ont In Aberdeen QUICK RESULTS I YtJIllllof Concord I N CI Justice of the 1oacc BaysII DoannKldnoy Pills proved a- very cfllclent remedy in uy case I used them for disor dered kidneys and backache from which I- hadcxperlcllced a great deal of trouble and Paul The kid ney secretions were very irregular dark colored and lull of sediment Tho Pills denied It nil up and I have not had an ache In my buck filuco taking the last dose My healtli generally is Improved a great deal FOSTKItMILBURN CO Buffalo N Y For sale by nil jalcrs price 60 ceuUpcrlxix WET WEATHER COMfORT J There f no aatiafnctlon keener that being dry and comfortable in the hordeit atorm YOU ARE SURE OP THIS IF YOU WEAR y IJe I WATERPROOF OILED CLOTHIN I MADe IN BUCK OR YCUOW- AND BAWD BY OUR CUARAKTEi CO tb H u- tole4I IA MjZ1utttOlO51OCM YOUR OtlALStR IfSewuthratauplyycuhcJfor Md haLt Pe7J 11 i c t THE oolt AND THE ZOO j An Alllane Which Panic 1e ons Were Cnninmmnlclr Ignorant About Some said the rhiUdelphl woman Oldinl to a ft w n change have a queer Idea of what the 400 doe and it doe queer things god ness know without having things Uownt do Ui l to it I wai going through the zoo the other day with a he went on and while we were standing before a cane In the lion house tny companion turned to me and asked I wonder who keeps all this up Before I had a chance to reply we wera both aetonifhed to hear a deep voice reoly Sure mmUni Its the society We tutnrd anil beheld at healthy a looking specimen of the working woman as ever I eyes on Tlie society questioned mr tompan ionhn a half way lacll C I The washerwoman looked us all over with then she blurted out I J1I1 socldthe society Whllt lila nice ye arc Ure1 an havent ever t heart of the the society ofuo I V orkt That the society that keeps this l hCt11nnelblank amazement niter her retreating lIulJIWan Maintained In Thl Instance At Cost to the Court ul the Irlconer A ttrlain squire of the city who betrays ill patriotism by presiding in a small office Wile had o I ease before him the other day which at tractni an unusual crowd to the temple of justice A young tellow ycut up before him relate the PitUburg Dispatch on a charge of stealing brass and his friends were out in full force to see that he got a fair show Before the caw opened the anise and confusion became so great that his honor declared that the next man to in unusual outbreak would lie ejvcterf from the room He lied hardly erased speaking when a young man shouted at the K mc tune waving lila bat above his iieuI hooliganlut nnd lo nnothrr indant the young man found him tclf living ruthcd to the door Order hay inK restored once more his honor or dared that the prisoner he lfllre- the liar for trial The court olhccr hur riedly glance about through the crowd and then a great light suddenly fell upon nt relietlThethe prisoner The Doctor Statement Bt John Kan Nov 10th Tills town has a genuine sensation in the case of a little son of Mr and Mrs Wil liam McUridc Dr lAmes the attending phJitAII says Perot of a very malignant type brought this child very near to dea sad when the lever left him he was lIern1Ira lyzed in the right leg and right arm lie also let hearing in lila right ear and hit nirid won much effected Ills tried another treatment for 1 tune and when I was recalled I found that he vas having spells very like Epilcp ty and was very bad gradually crowing uvorse I advised the use of s Kid icy Iilla and in a short time the child bean to Improve Inside of a week the icrvous spatnm or epileptic seizures ceased ltogct her Mr nnd Mm Mcllride have jnndc a worn statement of the fact anti Je to t Lime lisa added his sworn statement utying that Dodda Kidney Pill and noth ng cured the ts lad Caller MiitiesIitlanyone call while Itms out Jane Yl mum Wan gintlemin nutfther callin mum What was his name Moik OKafferty mum an be wits as glad to mad yea out na wna to fond mutnChicagoiaily TcsahIe proposed to me today and he wait tn wanted me to marry bum away nut I WI not to be hur ric lei8o you put him oil eh- 1resVel indeed 1 told him hed have tonioriowlbiladelihiIrese Ii o Cure for Consumption ian Infalli loll medicine for and N Vi Samuel Ocean GroveN J Feb 17 1900 The man who refuses to believe the truth is often credulous when a lie is told to him Town Topics June Tint flutter Color make top ef the market butter 4The richest purse often baa the poorest contents Town Topics MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 1- 7CATTLECommon J2 50 3 CO Heavy steers 4 40 hf 4 C5 CMiEl3Extra 0 7 50- HOas Ch packers 4 70 f t 75 Mixed packers 4 CO tJ 4 70 8IIERP Kxtra 3 25 ji 3 35- LAMBSExtra 5 G5 O G 75 FLOUR Spring pat 4 CO 4 95 WHEAT No 2 red 85 56 No 3 winter 83y2 CORNNo2 mixed r 46 OATSNo 2 mixed 3Cj- IIYB No 2 59 tUi 6- 1IJAVCh timothy tfP13 0- 0lOltKCiear family 013 85 LAUD Steam t C CO IJUTTEIlCb dairy i 12 Choice creamery 2- 4APILESFanc 2 75 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 2 25 235 TOBACCO Now 3 CO 9 00 Old G CO 0 6 65 Chicago FLOUn Winter pat 4 00 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red SO i 82 No 3 spring 72 7- 6CORNNo2 mixed t 410 OATSNo2 mixed 33tfp 33V Y1POllKLARD Steam C 92U 3 6 95 New York FLOUR Win strU 3 95 4 05 WHEATNo 2 rod 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 49 OATSNo 2 mixed 40ft- UYE Western di C2 PORK Family tWIG 00 LARDSteam 7 CO Baltimore WhEATNo 2 red 0 83t4 CORN No 2 mixed tD 48ft OATSNo 2 mixed 3J CATTLESteers 4 25 4 75 HOGS Western liP G 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 3 47Vf OATSNo 2 mixed 38 PORKMess 91300 LARD Steam 0700Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 821- CORNNo2 mixed 43LJ OATSNo2 mixed 3 35 A IIVliss Rose Peterson Secretary tiParkdale Tennis Club Chicago from ex perience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex to use Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound many beautiful young girls develop into worn llstlc s ttiitl Ihopelcss women simply becauao guffleIent attention hns not LCCU 1111- Fto their physical development 2o woman is Oxelhlhit from 1iyiiictt weakness and puriodfo pain anti young girls Just budding Into woman I hood should be carefully guidedP1Y111YIflorahl I1C you knowof nnyyoimff lady who Is nick nnd needs motherly advice 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