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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1000 7o 0J I lJ J l 10 y i 1 6 Ii BREATHIT CO A NTY NEWSl 1 + WISK UAUINB Editor mid J nblishort1NKvsiAiEit DKVOTKD 10 THE INUKUT or EASTKUN KBNTUCKY ORB TOUAH PKH VRAR IN ADVANCE t z l f = =f 1 Volume IrTeA l Jacksori Kentucky January 1 1904Tnlnbcl 12 2 BRIEFAHDTO THE POINT NEWS ITEMS GATHERED 1 M THIS AND ADJOINING STATED Old Grudge Causes n TraardyMX f Governor frowns COIIIUlonland t ACrrjlIuuDetIKnaxvlllo Teen Jee2CtJepntr Sheriff Iw It May shot and killed Leo Lewis at Powells staUon In this conntyr The shooting was tho result of an old grudge Tho portico wer returning from a Christmas entertain RI tfatl Tillage church when May who was a tow stops In front nf Lowia turned and fund tour sbru it him two of which ontorel Ms Vii I Lewis was unarmed and 1S a r a panted at the tlmo by bps vf 111 daughter Carl VooI ey ran of riy John Woolsey who hn nnpnl to t behind Lewis was ohct In IIw ni 1 ant seriously wounded by en t t i Ilra shots r Ilcompany p balance of 114200 due the I will pay the Interest ilia nn rI1 payments an soon ns ttrt + 0at be ascertained Tho HHaoli rr railroad paid to the auditor taxes on Itu teglblo Loulsvlllo and lOlertIJ40900 franchise tax Tho Hartford Flro Insunreo c pany paid back taxes tic n1 inlums since 1899 and Im rnnp tal Tobacco company pail C141 lu on business dono in Kentucky tht past year May Se Lynched Bcrgont Ky Dec 29 Oi ll4 Goan creek In Itchcr county Wll 1am Shepherd entered tho homo of Obcdah Fields his fatter In law nn rbot and kUled Riley Wobb lIorotl q Tlion nrs +R upon bis wlfa Mav bllphero tho slayer fired a fatal blInto her body His wife was cimMn ter 10 months old baby In ln r nr nhil tho Infant also was fatally woo t vd Shepherd disappeared toward tit Virginia border but was apprchen I cJ and taken to Whltesbur ha 1 Thtro U much excitement nt Whiten f hrs and Jynchlnp is threatened Shot Feem Ambush Loxlncton Ky Doc lOln Brea Mtt couHtyxbloodbounds have bo oivT55tnxll of anothcrmurdavi tblshct and killed his man film + itih Al James Johnson was wV Inn In tlifl Direction of his bomo r Gorto crcok n rifle shot rant ot frrm thoundorbniah on tho mountil skit and he fell mortally woundot lit Iwxves a widow and four children There Is no clow to tho assassin an It fs not known that ho was connect ed with any feud ExGovernor Drown a Condition Henderson Ky Dec GTho con dition ot former Governor Job Young Brown who has been III dropsy for some time Is gradual growing worse and It will be necessary to perform another operation In order to afford him temporary relief ThQ long confinement and the pro gress of the disease haro weakened tho patient considerably and tho attending physicians do not bcllcvo ho will survive much longer than a week Mob Violence Threatened Hopklnsvillo Ky Doc 20 Threats of mob violence haying become pronounced during the past two days nine negroes charged with murder were spirited away to MadlsonrlUo for safekeeping The negroes are charged with tho murder and mutlla lion of an unknown man a week ago One of tho prisoners confessed that tho stranger was murdered and robbed ot 100 by himself and com panions Read Yellowbacks Morgan town W Va Dec 20 Lawrence Dancer Clarence Jamison Charles Mvcrs William Santee and r iehjamln Narthlow IUfAd IIMlfIoars each are in Jill horn said they tore orpsahed alll r bran hour stores Dnrrr fIjader of ih gHnKsildith2J r At s- 9d an oathln their owRWMdlto stick Aether In thelt werkia1Hlnliat thor were Inspired bre1mtiyfeIs Land oisrVenitet Huntlnpioa W Vat ASAnorder wai4 lIered lBth US land sail VudiifaMwjlUtle of tho Jlshth JUtiICdistrict removing the ease to the Marlon county circuit court before Judge John Mason Hfttt n million acres of land ave at etike Judge Doollttla was probiblfed from ItUng In the case by the supreme court Christmas Shooting Lebanon Tenn Doc 26At Fall Crack church during a Christmas en ertalnmcnt Sheriff James Jennings hot and fatally wounded Rico Pick ett who together with several other young men it In alleged bad tone 10 ho church to remove tho ChrUttmii tree Dog Causes a Tragedy Madlsonvllle KyH Dec CNevlI reached this city of a shooting affair near Pcovidonce In which Volnay Rich a farmer had been shot and hr tantly killed and Den Hall a nefh- bar fatally wounded The two men bad trouble over a don Struck 011IOwl gsvlll9 Ky Dec 8be Mu ual Oil and Gas company with fells nor tho Ragland oil Holds of thli county have completed a well which le Bald to average 36 barrels per day Found Dead In Tunnel Mlddlesboro Ky Dec 28Tho body of an unknown man was found In tho Cumberland Gap tunnel hot having been killed by a train New Railroad Mlleagt Baltimore Dec 2GThe Manufao turera Record has made a careful ro view of railroad construction In the Southern States Missouri Indian territory and Oklahoma covering tho entire year of 1903 and showing that 37078 miles of ling were built since Jan 1 last and that at least 41711 miles ot line will be built in those statcs and territories during 1904 Dynamited the Safe South McAlesterl TjDt 2fI A bold bank robbcryi attended by a battle between Ii ue of atlKlowor this city the robbers securing and Inltheto the bank building through a rear window I Eleven Passengers Injured Kokomo Ind Dec GEleven pas sengers were more or less injured by tho collision of a westbound Clover Leaf passenger train loaded with Christmas passengers and a Pan Handle freight cnglno at a crossing hero There wcro 120 passengers on tho train Two cars were overturned Digest Engine on Earth St Louis Dee 24 The biggest stationary steam engine on oarth reached the worlds fair grounds on 21 cars It Is of COOO horsepower The engine Is to be Installed In that center nave of Machinery ball Tho total grow weight of the shipment Is 720 tons divided Into 202 packages Insurrection In Africa Capo Town Dec 8A general In surrectlon has broken out among thu Uondclzwarts tribes In Great Nama qualand German Southwest Africa Tho Insurrectionists have collected In the Kara mountains Death of Art Critic IMartlnoz tho World died hero after a months lines resulting from paralysis Thousand Made Homeless I Manila Dec UA fro la the uo Edo of Calumplt destroyed 250 hcjucj Several lives were lost and lOCPpor ions were rendered homeless L r CRAWFOlt1 JAMES BItOPIIY A F l F CRAWFORD riONt DI2AL12UH IN fiti a I General Merchandise g Tf Consisting of a brand now line of Clothing Shoes Hats 1- l VA a I Dry GoodsGroceriesI9 Gents t m w HardwarerAnd evorything usually found in a first class general yr fstoro Wo sell for j4Cltslii AND AT Rock Bottom Prices i k Jail on us at tho J Crawford Building nnd let us show you wlint we can doI 00kI re r w JA- t I EVENTS OF THE WEEKI ITEMO SELcCTED AND MirtANGED FOR CONVENIENCE 1 Any Otto stay ITreonif Thoroughly formnl on IfiKllnjj Iluppetitps of the Diiy by Imply Otiitidn Down ThU CuhnuuiWKDMC DAY I Russia has determined to send a large consignment ol troops from Moscow to the far cast Mrs Mary A Rogers Beniilnstnn Vt was sentenced to bo hanged in February for killing her husband The stato department is making dctlvo inquiries in report of nrobabla massacre of Hebrews at Klslithbff Six contacts of the electric current were necessary to electrocute Frank White negro at Auburn N Yi prisonIt j feared that the collier Vienna of the French navy manned by 51 officers and men which left Ilockufort for Toulon has been lost The probability that tho Canadian government will place an armcl cruiser on tho Great Lakes may bo brpught before congress with a pur posy repealing tho prohibition Ti lsuttPneumonia Is reaping a harvest of death in CblcagoIganizing to Invade Turkish territory Total number of deaths from the headon collision at Grand flapida IiiI 20 tho injured number 38 Charged with murdering Christian Dade Portsmouth 0 James and Den jamin Allen have been arrested- A cut of 10 per cent will bo made In the wages of the steel workers la nil of the Catncgio mills Tho men voted to accept the cut M BunauVarllla the Panama mln liter has stated to the British government that Panama will boar a por lion of the debt of Colombia At Akron Ot Frank Scott a fiN man Cleveland and Walter Hartlo brakeman Canton were fatally scald ed by the explosion of n locomotive boiler while tho train was running at full speedIAt a worker slabbed John OBrien IMmet1 Is t Tho president has delegated to tho of Hawaii to Isoub passporlsIThree men were drowned in Bostoi harbor by the sinking of tho drodg General Poe Tho Bolivian congress by a vote or 41 to 11 has approved tho Aero treaty with Brazil President Loreo of the Baltimore and Ohio road has been chosen presi dent ot tho Rock stand railroad The gunboat Vlcksburg sailed from Shanghai for Chemulpo Korea whore local rlo recently endangered Amer lean life and property The First National bank building at Marietta 0 was destroyed by a fire which started from a gas explosion entailing a loss of over 100000IaATUItIAV- Bakers to the number of 1800 TO Parts are on strike Howard Smith was Instantly killed at Strasburg 0 by n CantonAkron electric car Fire In a six story building at St Paul damaged the structure to tho ox tent of 200000 I Louts Adraln mall agent of Knox county 0 fell from a train and was perhaps fatally Injured I Charles Stlmmol was found guilty of murder la tho first degree at Dayton 0 with no recommendation of mercyiEmma Sheldon and Ell Hempho of Hlghwood Mich wero run over by a train and Instantly killed while drlr Ing across tho track Consul General Oliver JJ D Hughes at Coburg Germany has resigned and Henry Baylor now consul at Dawson City Yukon territory has been appointed his FUU sllccfs8orI Flro at Frankfort the wheat elevator of the Join Milling company and over COOOO bushel of wheat 4 First Citizens bank at Cameron W Va Is closed owlng to unusual withdrawals and Inability of the Instl tutlon to realize on Its paper Mrs Denson Weaver was found dead In her homo I In Cleveland O Other members of tho family had nar row escapes from death Leaky gas plpos v Property valued at G1000 was de stroyed by fire at Minneapolis which gutted tho fourstory building n Nlcollot avenue known as the Grin nell building Colonel John Beatty general man ager of tho Green Bay Phosphate company at Hlltow Fla whllo driv ing to his mines was shot from am bush by a negro ho had discharged THOKSnAY United States Minister Beaupro left Bogota Colombia for tho United States Lawrence 0 Murray of Chicago has been chosen assistant secretary of commerce and labor Hiram W Bcckwlth 72 a law part ripr of Abraham Lincoln from 185C to 1861 is dead at Chicago Five laborers wore killed and many Injured by the collapse of the old Thirteenth Regiment armory New Yolk city An epidemic of typhoid fever threatens Pltl burg Pa Four hun dred and cixtynlno cases have been i reported 10 tar this month n a S uERETURN To ZION t 1 IT I WRITTEN lOA JEW CANNOT f ESCAPE HIS JUDAISM t f rio ni VLIl Over the Kurtfc Wandering Children of Israel lake Hetara Ml grlianaea to the ehof ZIon The New KlonUt Movement t tSpcclal CorresPondencI Port Said Dec 12Ench end of the great ijtioz canal Is popularly describ ed by superlative Aden the port at the sovrtli end is called the hottest place on rartb and the tourist who to caught there during one of the placeti torrid spell concludes it team out Its npulltlWrort Kald this quaint In at the north end of the toll water way Is claimed to be llAJLWAT HrATION AND CHURCH or vita IIUtT HUULCHXa JBUUIULZM the wickedest spot on the eartb Talcs scary enough are told of how white young ladles tourists going scheme I from n steamer M lori Said and walk Ing through Its streets to view the I quaint sights here bare been spirited away by villainous Arab slave traders end sold Into horrible bondage In harems north and south I do not Unow wbgther thcy are true or not i Whit I doKiiowtstbat Port said Ira point of meeting in the great high way for Jews returning to Jerusalem There arc thousands of these Most go to visit the City of Zlou and return t the places whom they live and thrive I In the four quarter of the earth But some who have trade fortune among the gentiles go back to Jerusalem to live the remainder of their days and to Iny their hones in the outcast Jew burying ground there No Hebrew maybe burled within till glorious city of his father To Port Said they come from both wnys pious orthodox Hebrews From all Asia and the Isles of the far eastern seas they take steamer through the Indian ocean and the Suez canal to Port Salt Again from England and tup western countries they sail through the Mediterranean also to this city and the two streams meet bertI Thence to reach Palestine one taunt go by steamer northward to Jaffa ancient Joppu which Is the port of Jerusalem Tim movement tpr the return of the Jews to Palestine was begun In 18GO by the formation of the Israelite sill onO whose aim woo to better the con dition of the persecuted Jews through out the world t Ohe of the things the alliance has achieved is the formation of a successful colony nt Jaffa with an agricultural school nut oil Ute tremendous enthusiasm of the Jewish blood with those who still hope nnd pray for the restoration of their people to the city of their ta I thers is now stirred by the Zionist movement It is assuming sensible i proportions A strange fact concerning It Is that almost without exception the great Jew llnanclcrs are utterly Indif ferent to it while the Jew thinkers scientists like MaX Sordau lIerzl litterateurs and poets like Israel Zungwill throw themselves into with pAssionate devptloh ItI The hope of a Mcsslahwho will come to redceiu them from misery has been nearly ground put of the Jews by 2000 years of persecution and oppression Few except the most orthodox of ori unto Ismclltcs now look forward to such deliverance But a new hope has sprung up in the breasts of hundred of thousands of them the bole that they themselves will yet be able to bt4d1IunrtcrsZionists would buy of the Turks out coaYerttmodern JewrywOrthodox oriental Jews devoutly be hove that to this duy the Old TMta scent curse Is on then for the sin and Idolatry of the Bible Hebrews They also bcllcvp that by prayer aced hu miliation this curse may be rnoovbd Such belief gives rise to some curious customs Rich orthodox Hebrew mer chants In Asia who cannot tbetaeelves go to Jerusalem and pray day after day mouth after month hire tbelr co rcllglonlsU who llvo ntbe liftly City to go to the Jews place and pray and chant tbo penitential ptelra oldIplace of weeping it Is at tile twhere some of Uie foundattea siesw the ancient teqflto sun lie J eM bet Mohammedans mSy now tread tbe site of the holy of holies yet o toMt i the rocks Jews kneel bMrtVrokeaty in the dust nod wall Amid toe aleK1 11I11rItIIrtUlrK es ttIInd weep t WILIIQLMINA tanrr K r f URn tPOLICEsalt Lake Hurbrr Confessed to the KIllliiR fir inn as IfISalt Lake City Doc Rose a barber ourrondored himself at police headquarters He said thut be had killed Ids wife Christmas af ternoon and that tho body wis still lying In the bedroom whore tho wom an hall died after lying for two hour with a pistol bullet In her brain Tho police found lying on n bed In a miserably furnished shack lice body of Mrs Rose clad only In liar undergarments and by her side waa the womans twoyearold son tbe babys clothes being saturated with Its moth ers blood It was nt first thought that the child was dead but when an officer attempted to release tho little arms from around tho womans neck the boy began to cry and plaintively told the policeman that something was the matter with his mamma and that she wont wake up The child Is In a serious condition but will probably recover Two Revolutions In San Domingo Washington Dec 29Tho state do partment received the following un dated dispatch from Minister Powell regarding tho progress of tho revolu tions In San Domingo Another rev olutlon at Azua and nt Barnhona with another provisional government there This makes two revolution and a couple ot governments one in the north and center and another in the south Lived a Century Slept In a Chair Danville Ill Dec 29 Catherine McVey aged lOt who was pastry cook at a Danville hotel when Abra ham Lincoln stayed there died sud denly Her husband died 25 years ago and after his death sho never went to bed but always slept In a chair Increase In Patents Washington Dec GMoro specifications for patents and trade marks were printed in tho Patent Office Ga zette this year than in any provlius year Report of tho work of the divi ilea shows 31165 patents 1SSG trade marks and jaG design specification Trip Around the World Boston Mass Dec 26Rw Francis E Clark the founder of the Christian Endeavor society left tMs city on a trip around the worN Dr Clark was accompanied by blir dausn ter Several clergymen andJfhrlsUin Endeavor ofUcials tire atJ irM o to bId Dr Clark ataroSol I Get Notice of Cuter Ironton 0 Dec 29Threo iB1it sand blast furnace workers In thlJ district were given notice of n proposed reduction of 10 per cent I wages to take effect Jan 1 Th i matter will be considered at a district meeting here next Wednesday Payne is ill 29rostmnsterIvere cold and did not leave his part men BIAItICK r KKIOIITA Grain and took rice pyrjtOeo 2 CLEVELAND C tlC fat Ilrt fed steers 1150 Ibtf at Utrp U GOt4 CR toad to choice 1000 twlirO II s Jl 6 W I 0r fair to good 1000 to 1100 Ibd 33 75 if4 00 good to choice 900 I7f 11 Uii 1504 15 coarse and rough fii steers II HflrJ 75 choice heifers 3 Gn J 4 00 choice fat butcher bunks J3 orsa ii stoles tat cows U OaeS 15 chnfe b finer milk cows and sprlnwrs nr WI 60 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice ihlpplnr lambs 15 8586 25 fair tjaptlIS WC5 75 culls to common tt rood to choice wether sheep 13 5064t- loaf to choice mixed sheep J3 263 75 fair to good S3 OOCS 60 culls to com moon K OOO2 75 fair to good yerllnv 11 16 O 4 15 Rood to choice ewes 13 000 S K Calves Beet grades 1 60 Rood 17 007 ZS common to fair U iOQfi tll totavle J3 60O4 50 Hoin Yorkers 14 8JIJ4 90 medium and heavies It W plea M 80Qi 75 stags and roughs S3 2C 94 IS EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to boot hipping and export steers 14 SCIJG 15 fair to good shipping steers Jl 384 75 choice butcher 14 154 79 fair to good butcher f3 654 20 betters SS 1594 00 fafcows U t63 65 bulls S2 6QO4 1C fresh cows and springers 130 OOflS 00 choice 140 00065 00 Sheep and Lambs 0004 to choice lambs 36 COQ6 75 culls to common IS 0005 75 good to choice mixed sheep 13 7594 00 culls to common n 0003 00 good to choice owes II MCI 75 fair to good 13 Z5CT3 CO good to choice wether sheep SI 25G4 50 fair to good I 7504 25 fair to good rartlngs 44 505 25 Cnlven Dwt U eoe 25 hogsheavies 15 1095 lllI mediums IS 10 Yorkers 1C 05 piss I 05C5 lOt roughs 14 0004 25 CHICAGO Cattle Good to prime feeders II 764 00 cows S1 5011410 heifers 12 004 65 cannon 31 C0tf2 40 bulls it 764 25 Sheep nod Lambs Oood to choice wethers 13 75Q4 59 fair to choice mixed 13 OOQ3 75 western lht p 13 2504 23 native lambs it 25i I H western lambs 14 60Q8 10 Calves r II 800675 DossJ11xed and butch etc 14 4504 75 good to choice heavy KCIO4SS rough heavy 14 50J4 65 past I43004 55 WheatNo 2 rod 90- cCornNo2 t2Q43c OatsNo 2 I4HC 51O4tIt I0i tidy butchers II 30J4 60 fair 3 75 10 heifers 12 6001 00 cows bulls andstags 2 0003 75 fresh cows a25 00665 00 Sheep and Lnmbs Choice wethers H 1004 SO good mixed 13 709 fair mixed 13250369 choice hambs 16 1066 ZSyiAIr to toad ISBOO e00 common V GOCnleS6 0- 0Ilgi 71 Hogs Prime heavy 851005 15 limedtums 2510 heavy Yorkers 516 tight Yorkers IS 00 pigs 149006 PO I NEW YORK Cattle Steers 13 690- I 10 stags 14 55 bulls 12 8003 90 cows 1160160 Sheep and Lambs Sheep H lOSS 75 choice light sheep J4 00 mbll 5 50l6i0 Guile Sf 60 Canada Iamb s II 00 Calves VeAls I 008 60 State and Pennsylvania 15 250 CornL4 S CIllCINNATIWheat No2 red 910 I cisrCornNo S mixed Ut2c Oats 4 + lS mixed 3TM0SSO ReNo 2 Ho Lard76 32 e Bulk featsi626 laaqonn 00 Hogs 13 8004 90 Cat 0004 65 Sheep 2 0003 CO Lamts14 mfG 00 jJOBTONWool Ohio nod Penn y t 34eS4Hc X 300 lIe No 1 333o No 2 310So tine i waked delaine 35Q34- cTbLEDOlfiteat89So corn 47Jio ftfi lie rye Mo loveruea Il 95 lOVER SIXTY ARE DEAD Engine Hits Timbers and Entire Train Leaps From Rails ESCAPING STEAM ADDS TO HOSRORsi I lerrlfyliigScreani UNIt th lrVIirri Tniln Ilungrtl Dmvii KinbxiUiiirnt TiuojhrstJnlolled iilzlnic CrlrfiAra Jlaile by IliMirunrij- Connellavltle Pa Dec 24Atl- east G3 persons were kilted and Si j persons injured In tho terrible wreck of the Duquesne limited the fastest j train on tho Baltimore nod Ohio from Ilttsburg to New York TBT train plowed Into a pile of lumber avid then rolled down an embankment Tho train left PlttKbur a few minutes late In charge cf Kn inoor William Thornley of C = TJ Illwill When approaching Laurel Vi which Is a particularly fine puce of rwdbod tho train was running at o Mci rjt of speed Suddenly the Irtrqw- ero thrown from their teat hy the lightninglike application of t nr brakes and a moment Htor lu re way a terrible crash The train was made up of two baggage two dsy conches ono tfper and ono dining car mid was carrying at the tine at tie low est cUxcte 150 passenvrr Thll train rowcd clang for a crncHerabla dlstaso and the cars wore torn t pieor passengers jumping frovm Int from tho wreck sw It tor Liq Suddenly the en IU8 swervril to tnleft nnd tho coach Jnir1 r TT over the embankment to the pV tt tho Youghlogheny rlvrr Tho m tr9 tho caw stopped roHH1 thorp woa n wild scene Many ww riinlcmefl be neath the wreckage and tt wr nni that rent the air were brvr tlon Many were lnjwrp1 and h tei- mad excitement rITJPI ito the river Others pinions hrnra the envy limbers plenlpil tn aorirpl tones for release So trrrlfif wss to force of the wreck that n Hv every passenger suffered a moment non sclonsntss and many f fi ahlo bodied men were unable tn ssut in helping tho Injured from t vrrrH on account of having fat tl1 A peculiar feature of the accident Is the fact that not a tvomrtn nq In 1urod except slightly was caused by th r1H IjngeotecaJ dof V 1o Jlj llOn 1a westbound frelhLt sW which passed Laurel Rnn ri than 15 minutes before the fit M sni on n curve and It was impossible for Engineer Thornley to see Jar enough ahead to detect tho obstruction on t yII To Be 64ond Naval Pftwer Washington Dec 29 Senator Hale chairman of the eornmttr 9 on naval affairs said that It In the in tendon to make prortson for another liberal addition to tV nrvy tfnrlns the present session of 1118 H says that when the drib r alrrad authorized are compltoi Iritol States will have n r r0 nnw crfu I navy than any other uatt n except Great Britain Russia Buys VJoe Peet- San Francisco FV q The finn of Getz Brothers A Co h cjitract ed with tho Russian trr inmpnt to supply tho latter v th onoOOO pounds of beef and Get + Rr fiers Co are making demands nn n nil th big packers In the carat having u ready placed an order for 1130000 pounds with Cudahy A Co to be delis aced In this city r rSClimbed = Convent Wails Loolftvill Ky Dec 30Rosa n rshly Riaa Cecil and Tenle Rolfes + lIUIatc of the Convent of tho Good 8hcrhrr traped by climbing the wall Attar they lead gained their liberty they were at a loss which way In em and appealed to the people ot the nfJphborlKxxl They told a nnm bor of tales of tho hardships and alleged pftnletimeutB Thoy were arrested by a policeman Rosa Buckley la 40 years old and had been confined in tile convent for 28 years Rosa numberItwo years Thousands of Sheep Burn Buffalo N Y Dec 2JSoclI thousand sheop were burned to death At the Fast Buffalo stock yards The lonx sheds In which they were confined wero swept by the lames before any of the animals could bo released The loss is estimated at 75000 It was Ktatod by Superintendent Leigh r that the flrn would In no way inter tern with the handling of livestock here Plenty of space Is available Iti the cattle and hog sheds to house the sheep arrivals Conscience Smitten In St Louis rSt Tx nls Dee 20 Another dill bursement by Scrupulous Con science wet mule Secretary George H Morgan of the Merchants E 4 changprccrlvert starter containing a 20 bill to square any old account Cona a ototal amount of = 1420 wero received by the city trrasury officials of railroads and same citizens last week IThe sender has not been discovered Settles Guessing Contest Washington Dec 20ln view of Ute fact that many thousands of peo pie In all parts of tho country are Interested in the result of a guessing contest u to the number ot cigars internalrrevenue bureau asks that public an iwuneemeot be made of the number of eltrvs taxpaid at 3 per 1000 dur elnlt November 1003 The number is officially stated to have been G78 157470 Steamer Collide In Storm Boston ivc 2801ao serious re cult of the recent storm was tho col lision in this harbor between Unltoi Fruit steamer Admiral Dewey and the Clyde tine steamer by thlt Alralbsir4cD-et a after resolving the v blow II the channel Tho health r ant Cormorant rescued Jptqor tho foundering l IKlo rlq Mate to I athy NOr aArschoonerColumbiawashed rom Uio vessel by a huie1f a wave last Sat4ilay and was lost a tow miles north of Hog Island Tlia negro cook was almost frozen Itor death The crew suffered terribly from colt and were without food all day Sunday i Sheep Cse Settled famousy lmissed In Common Pleas court without recor1 Tho meta amounted tot 40727 The sheep which caused all of the lltltntton between John W 5 Won horse and O H rge Wbltrldgo aoif1 long since hen dead The sheep was valued at lit Skull Flattened Bullet GMlltonkiown thlchhevleduesfl Tired of life ttriptsd to blow his brains out 2but 1 wliat of the 32callber revol ver f It 11 jfal3t his forehead arid drop to his feet crS2S2525i9aSiS7S2525 5a3S5 Sc52 IIerQ1lO 4 The Celebrated HI A VSIOE f- Kw The Best on Earth TT I Iii PRICE gp 5 oo PRICEO sa tae aua s secstaeaxenm A t 1 I Ul UlJPJ a DAY BROSJao- Ksorj Ot Ixl 1eptuoliys5i52525 SeSe5u 2 3LSa52S25255 52- I r A t i r TRY TIlE i k BREATH IIWWY N W 1f ah Lra- w e yyAM3i tsMa 0c t 4THPBRBATHITT NEWS y J WISE HAdlNS Editor lrldny Jniiuary 1 1004 H JOHN D WHITE- Cauy r Room JOS Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice In Stnto and U S Courts Buys and sell Real Estate Keep Rood list of Farms at fair prices Spe dial attention jglven to Oil Coal andI Timber lands Reports values on ap plication Director for the New EraILand Company Circulation more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies WE will accept advertisements on a guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breathitt County of any paper published Our paper goes to ev ery post ofllco in Perry County and almost everyone in Lee Ma goffln Owsley and Wolfe Counties If you want to roach the moun tain trade try an od in tho BREATH try COUNTY NEWS QUI electric lights aregrout of sight REAd both sides of our paper and toll us how you lik it AN all home print paper COTTON dropped S1a bale Wed nesday What did tho tharmoin eter dot IF tho price otcoal keeps climb ing the people will get warm enough to do without coal YOUNG and old men willnow have to take to the woods if they dont want to get marriedIt is leap Year This is goodadvice to several of our friends WE were delayed in getting ou our paper this week on account ofI the breaking of tho press WeI I will hardly get it repaired in time to get out our next isstfo 6n time but after that The News will appear regularly as heretofore NEW YEARSS GREETING WE greet you this New Years morningwith an all homo 1lthe patent outside in order to give you a greater variety of reAlII ingmAtter Wo will have fromI t time to time article on farming gardening live Btockpoultry au other topics witten by persons who are authority on tho subjects they write about It Took Effect An Indiana woman took arienic to whiten her complexion It produced tho desired vliltetiPM Tho funeral was largely attendedand every ont present noticed what n peautlful white face the corpsn wes Good ForUnclo Nod Sarah A Little widow of John I Lit tie deceased liDS ben allowed a pun iionntthu rnttt of 12 per month itnd also her t2 Ol per month each from Jan uary OlhlDC- OFylvester 1 harp etc fruit distiller has been allowed 5581 as refunding tax on brandy from tle Revenue De partmentThe cure were prosecuted by Edward Marnum t THE BREAD MAKER j hat no fears of the result when usln- nL Mansfields Flour jl whlta and has the natural test sx and flavor of the wheat berry Makes JtfUer whiter healthier bread the pu have been using because It is milled Iron the best wbsat and milled In tins right way oo the best equipped roll r fleur mill in Kentucky Lets 3Wb seek of BEST PATENT or MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you It till be more convlnolnf than a barrel of words Ask rour gruoer tar it B 0 MANSFIELD ft SON ROSSLYN JCY y er k 0 CORRESPONDENCE I Counties by our ibCorrpoud SpecI til I TOUUWXT J Mr Edward Iottlt of Zncharlah was In Lexington 14th and 15th Messrs Leonard Barnes and Ullllnm DnuRlierty loft lien 18th for their iel homes at Salt Lick Ky They will not return until after the holidays Mr and Mrs lien Kelly of Ph Gap Ya me visiting Mrs Kellys pftrI cote Mr and Mrs James linker of maZnchnriahMr William Jcnes of HldRWood Junction went to Salt Llok 19thW Mr Jno Watkins and son William of ell RldRwood Junction spent 10 20 21 and 22 In lnlttonwMr Jno Jones went to Ilidgvvood 19ant Mrs A L Moore and Mrs Earl of Hidgwosd Junction has been quite III fur the yast turnnlghhMr and Mrs John Bushoug of IUdgej wood Junction spent the 1I01ldasre with Mrs Husheougs parents at burg Mr and Mrs OT Ashley nnd Mr nnd Mrs A L moor of llidgwood Junction went to Winchester on the 24th Mr JUlia Cndahy and son Smalley of llidRWbod Junction were in Lexing ton 22nd Mr and Mrs Henry Charles and child of Znchariah spent the Holidays with relatives living rat ovrnItlMr Clyee Rumfleld of Clay City way a pleasant visitor in our town during R Ohrlstmns A Christmas Tree was one of the tea tures of the Holidays at Itldgwnod Junction The hearts of all the children M were mode glad by gift ot candy toys eat Tilt soccer of the tree It all due to Ron Murton and our teacher Mies Proctor I he three months old Infant of James Bilker of Zacharlnh died the 25th Mr Clifford Junes was in Zocliariah 2 24h Mla Emma Whitman spent Christ mns with relatives nt Natural Bridge Mrs Mary Martin spent several days last week and visiting her daughter Mbs I fie Martin a pupil in the Mid way Female Semiinnry- lUv Chris Morton of Louisville who ft has had charge of of the church at Hldgwood Junction for the past six entroute to Danville Oa were ho willI have charge of four churches We err the very sorrow to see Kev Morton depart as he Is n whulesiiiilpd youtig man and hat done considerable our hood in the came of rellJlonfr ITho ntnvo factory started up Wed nesday morning rafter being shutdown for two days during the Holidays Whiter McBrida has been on the sick list for errernisduysa- Relatives of Dock Giler the 0 K Qre m nn who was dageroulj hurt in linmptuntull which rrcentp have been Informed by the railroad officials that he will recover blt will be liable a to suffer n permianant mental weak ores on account of the terrible Injuntl received on the hllIlItHIAfI1IEEEd County Court Monday was well at tended considering tho cold spell TIe recent rl e In the South Fork brought out about 8000 ties Quarterly Court Tuesday was well attended but owing to the cold weath er some of the most Important eases luIDr Wednesday fur their home at Why Not The Wheeler llulden tie hoist Istl begininu to operate iignin and will continue untill nil the ties are out orI tho river nt thlslllaceITho L t Uy Co will run a special train Monday January 4th from here to Richmond of J It Uunti of Fincastlo was In town A Tuesday BOXER runt 51 well who has been attending the K W Aut CHinpton has returned humri since the close of school and U now at Boxer renewing his soclalness with tho hair young belles of this place Our youngfrlendTom Stewart turn ber Inspeuter under his father George Stewart fur W l Boon of Indlhiiiu left Saturday to his home In Indlanop ollsInd Gold Bug Bewail is visiting his brother tho postmaster at Campion this week Messr Wulternnd Eddy Oliver two the young Wolfe county boys of much note and renown were at Squire Gritoc fcths Sunday- T P Sewell entertained at the home of quire Grlffeths Saturday and Sun day nights add all kind of turkeys wire devoured numerous other gllLidII things in proportion to nBOONVILLE Issao Wilson has purchased the JIc j0FDIlIlting Sulowory elbllIJ 0111himWelmviit rumored Burt Dr W II Gliis In coniPnipltMlnj nn ofllo wild ing In Blonville and furnMiIng him withIn ExRny process for treat Ingdiseaaes On Christmas duty George Abahawr nnd wounded Mart Akeman on oUe Creek 6 miles from town Ake n was drunk and coma to Abshowr house and noted very badly Abshear jiutlfible in the shouting Campbell Highs was shot and wound In the tend by Roy Bowman at oss Roads on Christmas evening undn not serious highs was drunk i Buwmnti justifiable- On Monday morning Mils Bathe of this place started to vis er brother 11 Wootlord of 1 lIo- xlIIeIennlIntl on Tuesday oer friends the telegram from summerset Ky that she was there dead and to know what to do whiih her remains Bruce Wood ord her brother started to Sum merset at onto to InvHstlgate Ilex apimotherthe sad news tinnlnCJ YIIMarrlldtree Mr Walker Combs to Miss ltas Rev J M Smyth olllclatillglit The two Mr PruflltU paid their best dolIraI I tlves tots week 10MrSmyth a visitDIInOroeSirs Townsend Superintendent Mr Smy Hi and Mrs Williams teachers and iting MIssLulnSmylhSecretony Burn to Mr and Mrs IrofTHt on the May ndII baby llurruh for them Rev A R Williams It on the sick list Grandma Smyth celebrated her 70th birthday on the a TROUBLESOMU Row Manford Stacy preached the fhOl1leevening visitingher and flnp Uwcek Ihs 1 cry S ullh has relumed from and visitingfriends very Mr Williams Stacy mid Jerry Wilr linms parr gone to StllCYIoIi FINOASTLK I Mr J B Cason Casper Cable and Douglas Kincnid wont bird hunting yesterday killed 13 birds and 3 rabbit Mr J a Olinger who is riming a sawmill ouTuhnspn creek In Morgan Co left yesterday fur that place with quite number of our boys Mesters Tliomna Iluyes and J B Gen are doing ltU n good business trapping this winter Inspeeaturlett s take up some timber r Mrs Ellen Terry who has been visit ing her parents Mr and Mn MoWbii InBreal31r Wnlter Day and wife left for their home in In Bentty vllle this oven g Mr Henry Kincuid and wif left fur Kogern Ky MrsNanfe Hayes who has been one sick lids i1 improving teat Miss Ida Norris left this morning for ee City to spend the remainder of the winter londllYfora saw mill lie hoe just purchased of C Instill His wife will Join his son We wish Logan scccess In his now deltaking IInI We have hnd n wedding for Xmns Henry Kincaid and Flora Lewis of Roger Ky they were married at tho home of the bride lost Thursday kcUordCllllleKlncaldLetvis reception Friday nt Squire Kincu Ids Tim 1I0nrdur1rustees of District No purpolerhuvlngthink they waited loa long Quarteleyjiieetlng atone M E Cnurch here next Saturday and Sunday and old hens on n Btrikoso I guise that there will be very few cokes for the casion I UOWLIQ Plenty ot shotguns rabbit hunting all the go hero James Sandlin wade a bnslness trip LeMlierwood duturduy S L Bowling has taken up hit abode with Mr L W Evans Two wagons passed here last week with gouda for Cnrnahan Co 3BunMessrs Win and R U OilY left last for Oneldn where they wf school this wailer will and Ed Bowling have bough wives a bran new sewing machine f I Normal and Business r I Department of = fiLees Colleffiate fnstltllte WILL OlEX January 4th1 1904fUi s IWO i S 2PROF J F LU1CENS80 long and favorably associated with the Institution willrnin conduct tho Normal Work Ex periaafled and thorongflycorapetejat teachers will be in charge of Department UUSINESS PUiaiAKV MUSIC ACADEMIC COLTEGIATK MANUAL TKAIXINO- NO1OIAL OMKSTIO SCIENCE 1JOAUD1XG AHTMENT Studonts pursuing Normal or BtiBinosa Courses mn take advantage ot till Acu omic and Collegiate Departments with out extra charge Diploma will admit to any 011 egoEof tho lan and Board reasonable Call on or nddrcsofM L GIIITON Principal t Jackson Kentuckyt ece Donfe try to be n man before your e Cuter there will be plenty of years when you will wish way were a been StunJron Gays Creek lust Saturday rl mss Slim Carrie Eversole was the guest were Miss Jane Laiigdonn lest Wednes Ganad Bowling has moved in the the owned by William Deaton rummers Headquarters at the Ar IhIKtJllllotelorDr Bogc of UampUhrUty was vis Dr Hogg Thuredayhll Ej lastJNoblereturned last week the 3 i Il erne of Hnzel Creen was ai- tbeArfhigton rldnytrlMr James Onudlll of Stevenson was caller at our ofllce Saturday Mri Kate S Buhannan has sold the Imperial Hotel to C J Little Ruth the little daughrer of Mr and W E Bryant ii v ry sick WIZ Eubanks won horn Wndnhedap Thursday and left for lljdeii a Thursday IInVlrgllllaMrs S S Taulbee who has bens on sick jot1 several days U slowly Im prornngAMrs Hattie Smith who has been In will city tlie guest of her Daughter Mrsi B IL WilMnins for several months oft Wednesday morning fur her home will Ill CovThgton to spend the holidays Gets Contract Logan Gose has secured thocontract cut for carrying the moll from the depot to tho postoQlce and entered upon the dutlesoriils position January r lntprutiingrn Dock GIIIy of Lexington who rlou1fjyfinjurrd by JIIII1IIII1 from t6 1 of n trHlii on the O A can fafCpboutLaid to Rest er beDiedyeouDecemberwasdue to dropein her death the people of Canoe tuna n kind friend WH the ilIlI1plthlze with toe in his hour of sorrow WANTED To buy poplar logs for Seveneerlength will peg cavltWJ GIBSOX Mo Norton Vo Accepts Pastorate Rev R L linker will preach at the- mBaptist Church next Sunday morning and night He lies accepted tho pas torato of this Baptist Church here and twill move book here III n few days HITCH YOUR MOSS AT OUR STORE nest Plato in- LEXINGTON Jo buy- DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELERY SILVERWARE ETC VATOIIE + 1t 1IDnnI up HEINTZ JEWELER E Maiti Op LE Ij c3 4 1 r Methodist Christmas Tree Perhaps the greatest success in the of a Christmas tree that has ever In Jackson was that furnished bj ts Claus to the SundaySchool chll at the Methodist Church Christ eve Eight hundred present distributed in the course of two hours and not a ilugle one was mis placed so careful was Santa Claus yI good children who always attend SundaySchool So sudden arid mvs terlous were the appearance of Sitntn Claus that he seemed ko have com i out the midst of tho tree which with It r glllttrrof tinsel and ariitlo desolat mndII splendid effect Iinnyune had any advantage of any other In the mattarof presents it was i little members of Mrs Hlncrn class and this was dun solely to the ex care sad palm taking of thulr All seemed more than pleased and Iji7ThanksLoon Out For Strikes The employes of the Chicago Inland Steele Works numbering 1000 will get 10 per cent out onanuary 1 The American Bridge Co of Trent N J BotlnVd their men that n 10 rcon reduction would go into oiled Jan 1 This cut will affect 700 men Two thousand men empliyedby the- merican Bridge Co of Ihilxdelpbia receive R 30 per cent cut as a New YearllKlfeFcut their employers 10 per canton January 1 The blast turned turn of Iron ton ofnumbering 8000 will get a 10 percent on January 1 rflu nov in innimc it nicks tOOl AII The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanno for r1001 is now reedy It will be mulled tll surprisingbe sent prepaid S3 cheaply No tuity or parson Is prepared to study e heavens or the storms nnd weath In 1001 without this wonderful age splend fit ore rent for onlune dollar a can amongtheHicks Almanac It Is too well known to need further commendation ralthrullyfor diSLISKISO Co 2201 Locust St St Louis Combination Offer By our liberal terms with the pub IIIiore than tho price of one We can save you money on any paper you visit take We will furnish you THE BREATIIITT COUNTY NEWS and either of the followin- gCourfnrJournal Louisville Herald Chicago IntcrOcran Cincinnati En lulror Lexlngtou Leader hone and Farm or New York TrlbunoFarmer Ono Year For Only 125 WNo one should be without a paper when he can buy two of the best in the nountrj far so lIulInlnAY Death IIOVOM over Tom Campbell the noted lawyer and detective at his home in New York Former Guy Julio Young Brown Is not ezpectel to live He Is at his homo In Henderson Hll IndGpide W llt FAULKNER Falrfleld Iowa Coat and Timber Lund Wanted Wanted one hundred thousand acres of coal and timber lends in Eastern Kentucky for CASK for Eastern Oapl talists toO dMiTjj L Ky j 4 ri r f 4 jt1 itt i i Jti Day Bros Co Have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE brought to Jackson Consisting glaQtdSt NdtiottSt Qfdttqt M r ist J ZQt1 f re have the Finest ne of SHOES ia I f astern Kentucky ur mens shoes are the Latest Style Foi the Ladiesf we have the most Fashionable Lot Shoes money a could buy illinery Goods his Department is under the man 1 y ment of Miss Laura Rawlings who show you 2 I lie Latest Style Hats l ct from New York City Also r FASHIONABLE DRESS GOOnS1f r 111 the Latest Patterns and wtave Priihj froli the Eastern Markets- I you need any House Furnishing or FURNITURE o are the people you are lookinr r we have it by car loads tocor I every body 4 r Come and see u a our I I WiI ellllflt41tlM1iiNilUttN1M11AlEtl1WUINllillllffrrf1tfI trt1lllllltpltlllttlillNNllltrltltilr1 r + r Day Brosco 1 1 l Ah l e 1 a 4 J t Jh t 411 T h II I t 1t s S just received n largo 8hipllll mud Mens Youths nnd Chil- drenSUITS ATS a buyerI firm to bo sold nt prices to suit every never below worn such goods offered to the as they will bo to you now Hon do titles thoy will never bo offered to you again In addition to that I will offer my ENTIRE LINEof Ladies mill Gon- tflFURNISHING GOODS Unt CJnpj and Shoes nt prices to suit every econom Peal buyer 11 COME EARLY Indget time benefit ns long aa these bargains last We tlly wolcotMO you and your visit will bo greatly appre- ciatI j Lf thank yol for the favors and Assure you i s good treatment in the future r i t Yours For Trades C KELMAN Jackson Kentucky I = fTheBrcathitt News JI Every r Irlclnj NI OS OF LAPP THE VEEKtAROUND JACKSON rn rLti25c5 5Z5u25Z- f Clrculntlcn more than 1FOUKTKKX IIiiiKlrtMl coplos I Arc you a subscriber toTha News JEIII no selling t0 cents dozenl TM Ice Mani In his glory and tho i I owl run too A 8 Johnson has live for sale at 1145 par barrel jnornto the wlf of Mr 0 A Myers 4 last A Rlrl a9 Taulbee returned from a business I trip to the oily s8e S D Flflonorn ml In another col i umn Always ninptlilng ni iv c Ir Soldon Hi rRIII rflurnrd Tuesday 1 tfmn n business trip to LoxnRton Cstjter cuts your hair In the mo t np todt style OW Harrison our old friend from Valley Vlow Is at the Arlington If you have any engraving to do try xe S D Fleenor Judge G W Oourly of Bsattyville- washaro t Wcdneiday on legal business oursdImeats Miss Jrnnln Ewing was a ploawnt caller at our office Thnr cUv morning 1ofr and Mrs J S Hnnd spent the holidays with Mr heads parents at HurtIn The host hnlr cut and IIhavl can bt had at Carters t J W Fords son who was sick with typhoid fever for several weeks I Im recovered Dont tall to see our lino of Clothing And ShoesA P CuAwronn Oo Miss Jesse Thompson of Lexlncton was visiting It Miss Ramsey during t tho holidays I will PlY cash for Commonwealth Town and School Claims A 8 TonxsoH t Mr F A Lyon Jr nail Istnr at + tended the imp given by our young I 1 l Yolks last week W Z Eubsnk was here Wednosdn t 4andThursday and left for Hyden or t H F DAVIS Leads and others follow I f lx At jt ir Mr tfid Mrs Tom Bo worlh spent till Christmas with her mother hiss lilchardson tit Lf jlnRton O Kelman i paying the highest mitrkct price for beef hides and fur bidet Mr W 71 Tlptun maiisger Arling Hotel attended the hop at Jit 3t rlIiK TociMJAy night Dont go to Lerfnirton to buy flrst clnss groceries when II F Dull can sell you the sumo goodj T II lIanti family left here Tuesday morning for a short visit to Mr Hudsons mothnr Near noble A satisfied customer III the best nd DdverIIIA P OnAwroxn A Co Comcf IndIO no We will please you A P CRAWFORD kOo It J Vtilkorsnn and wife rep lust Friday to trfilt Mr Fulkernons itoth aret Ewldgln during tliCTidlyn See S D Fleenor fornll kinds nlflm lass jetrelrt Special attention Ivan to all kinds ol watch clock and jtvelry repairing Iron J L McCoy returned mini hnabrewfamily Utile Johnnfe Duckworth retutied from Winchester Tuesday when he had been spending the holidays Ith IYhospent the holidays with his children llewiaa compmied homo by Master Wat en his boy H F Davis has sold his stock of ro conics to Clay anti Mat Crawford i hu will take possession nt onco Mr Da via will movo into the Fleenor Iliijld lug For a bad taste in the mouth tftA few doses of Chamberlains Stan clt nnd Liver Tablets Price 25o fnr rnnteu to cure For Sale by lAy Knot Co J lion George Stevenson one of 5 Jck sons most popular young men re tu mod Thursday from Winchester where he had been spending the hub Idn s with his many friends Chrlat plat waa not the only attraction that took him home Mr A S Reeves one of Winchesters must popular young men was the guest of Mr Duckworth st the Ar llngton Thursday night and attends J1the Leap Year Hop Mr Reeves was considered the best dancer on the floor and many of the young ladles were heard singing Ive Got My 1e01 Y Fire tit Mt SifliitK Fildit innrnlnK dune dnlltag to ill iitniiUnt of 1350CO Tvvu 1II1J11IUtlllh liven 1111y ltcCUf JinlHe 8 II Patrick + who IK nt ti hoiiltnl ni Lcxliiitiiiii UlinprnrliiK a nl liopci are tiiiterlnfiiBtf min rinu t errfW Argulnrllt bet For Jumiiiry 13 1he cn C VM Ji MII 1 VliIn fqr tin iniiKlHnir J II MniLMiin In set fur nr Kuncni In Iiinri ij AppfiilH Inn UnryIS Somvthlnif Uiuisunl Uo hnm lust received n copy Of the docket of the Court of Appeals There Is not a stogie cnie there from Ilreath Itt county 1 Ncv KnoUlcecpoi Mr Unwind Dnvnll of Stamping Ground Scnti county lies accepted n position ni bookkeeper In the Jackson Deposit Hank Ills First A S Johnfon served venison for Christmas dinner to htit guests Mr Johnson says the flavor was hue n I tide was the nrH htr tasted pled Mrs Ann Cole aped 09 yenrn mother of Mrs Landrntn John anti Field Cox of Wolfe count y died nt her hone near Cnmpton tart Monday Slio was the oldest woninn In VoK ClllllltrU Their Flrnt Visit Mr nod Mrs W J FIt lIor and wire of Grennvllle Ttxn ntH vlnlllng their sorts Judge I W andS D Flicnor They err nccoiniinnipil by their dangli er Mm O II Pippin Ibis is Iheli lint vili tll our cltr Which County do You Mean pro From Itinuyvlllo Cor h- Our December lama uf Circuit Couri clifeJ after being in settion for lei dnrswlth only one conviction ti tho IHI2 years That is tint much wow then our rhi IghiIiirloe O iiniy nfturnll Vreparlag For It The SvnnIny Lumber Ct have had a large force of men working err ernl days breaking np the Ice around j their booms in the river here In order to protect llieinselvo neatnit a possible Ira Use Dcor Jcit l olson Duff returned Init week tram Wlsconiln lie brought with him n large deer which hu sold to Daniel Robinson the butcher Mr Itpbitisun old n part of the wont He says he It going to stuff thin hldo and preserve It and set II up In Ids shop Pack Homo I of Albert Fiiqnn who was hnrl below I hero about ten drays ago hy hla Nagno If turning over on him mid who was sent to tho hospital nt Lexington hu o far recovered ax to table to go to hu home yesterday lit Ilaucnllle lilt Lritntl Deal Mr S S Tniilbew hu puroiinsed or the Hew Era L+ nd Cofftr the consld oration of 1 1543250 their tract of and on Uiley nd Clay Hole tributaries I Troublesome Creek This Is considered one of the best timbered tracts In the county and contaftiH nboiit 1100 acres of lilt Study Uedlcluunl Mason Combs W J Bo tgs Chester Et ersole Jeorgn Little and Mss Bertha I Lyttle linn aliss Obra Aullck nil ol hazard Perry county passed theough hero Wednesdn on their way to Louis vllle to enter a Medlrnl Collego kiting Her Uot1ier lo Mr and Mra JJ G Sultzgaber of IndlnimpolK warn visiting Mm Salt gabers Mother Mrs Tlpton at time Arlington during the holidays Mr ns Halligabitr bus returned to Indlnnapo Us but his wlto will remain with her mother for several weeks aiuy bu DeclartMl Oil I It is said that the primary election erdeted to bo held nt L xinKton Dn next February for the of nominating candidate for the vnriouauhl ces would be declared off by the local Dentncratle GclIImltlll It seems that a number of persons who dont belong to the ring and who would like to be candidates Is time cause of the trouble Tjcnpcil to Death Miss Bethel Woodward of Hoonevllle who was on her way to visit her broth er who lives In Knoxvjlie Tenn Jumped from the moving train near OnKdslo Tenn last Tuesday night and was Instnntly killed No cniiio U assigned for the rash act She was Identified by her bfother who lives In Knoxvillo Death 1rnin Burns The twoyearold daughter of Jei n Spencer of Z olmrlah died December JO tram the effect of gurus received two weekSIIII The little five year old daughter of Willie Willis 01 Kidgewooddied e comber 20th front effect of burns re calved while nlnvlni oround the fire jVA have received uiiother cut u Weber Wagons and now have in stuck all sires from 2J Inch Road Wngons to 3K Inch Log Wagbns Noun bej lor T i OSAIN COMBI Co 1 74 l 4 II ToSiKimltliu Winter in FJorldn I InriMlt nf IW let Decem ber J2il fur Tninpn Fa whore he will spend time winter ith Ills daught familyII570 Lives Lost OilonrJiB won Jiatrouiflrei that Gnu oceiirftd In years was time burning oftliK ilitinttr m Ciiicngn last Wrdnes day In + lneh bT011rea w sra JoH Set seal nf the singe Minis here heap- rested I 1 Lire brtU IVhin Uiksjrnlih I dine ioliiu chickens amid IWjjInn liar for sale by M M Ihoiss Jackson KY Delightful Christum Eye The Ohrlntmn tree ni the Prrsb tcrlun Church Tlintxluj ntleruoo- Ueceutlirr Mi WHS one ut the moil per feet dlsphmla of tho kind seer made In j UCkllIlI Kvtti tj tint men critic Nye Itwus pronoiincfU fed succea and wldlo the rxvriises were sleipta yet they were iittniotivf In every feat tire mud were fitting torso ideal Ohrlsi tnnBcelebmllon AVu Wulouino Tlium Hack pneltioidIn plnee of Mr lloiiitlcy who Ins been transferred lo niio her office Mr llnlid M iiutn strrllgcr our propta ni he wni n tllJehgr hllem III on tin It ft K cnrli III the OIa ond has bee fur lilt L A ul lentl vilo toe vernl year Vo lire glad to hart Mr Halrd amid timidly back with ui Tires of Rail Road Life The ruling pubic nil the L E will mlMithrlr ild friend Jimmlede ISntchna hu boa iei ntd 1Iu1I1I1II iciU UOOH Ui 111 liinir AI Iteutiyvllle- liniiiilt iDnile nioiy Ifelunj frifiid while employed lij the NiViaLunlputiy lit nlivnjH lord n kindwunl for every od null every one hud n good word fur Jlinnili 11e regret very much to Rite him up and hops he will return to ae us In time near fiiinre Captu edsPlem MfjKvniiiJ SfliinrSIiMinv thin- eeaspal from jell At Ilindman shoo two WHokti ngo were recaptured al IVIIIitinuon R1e Irvine Stacy ailer of Knutt aunty arrived her with them Tlmredny lie offered a ran ui d of toO for their capture and they were arrested on their arrival at Williamson Merger was under sentence to time = penitentiary lor two years for forgery tint had nppenlud his cnie Slone was held without ball for the murder of hs cupola IVo1uld Hint So It Dr Wl Hogg who went to Cal Ifornla about six weeks ego in starch u clatter plnie lo live than firealhltt Cdunly bee returned n better satisfied not a richer man We hut often said that when ono drfnks of the limpid witter mina brouthse the pure air ol Krenthltt cuunyti hu in not satUtled to livo nay whorerise whtoh hits proveii truo In nlmost case Flints oil right boo you pre not the by only onu Vha hns irutrned besides you have hoard llifdid raping Tho alai vt mad plesAiittttft medicine hnveusvd fur jndlgtotlon and conitl tuition is HiLmberliifns Stomach and Liver tablyts saya Malard P Craig Mlddlegrove N Y They work In like n shies and du notgrlpe of have unplvsant Alert It For Salo by hay Ilros Cur Newspaper Maa+ MArrIes r I Mr riinmnn H Piukeli son of Mr Gonrgo Plokeljti the liarneits maker nnd iincloofil Qof Richmond wu mnrrled nt Denver Col last Tuesday lies Mary Kvuno nlsoof llclimond ins Miss Evans was soul to Denver in hopes that ne might forget her tear young lover but that was not tile case n telegram canto and Toni lest Im mediately thu rethns been told Heres to Urn Tom anti his young bride Every Bottle of Chamberlains Cough I Remedy Warranted In We guarantee every bottle of Cham bololnACotiKli Remedy and will refund thu money tounyoiie who is not sa is Hed alter lulng two thirds of the con tents This Is the heat remedy In the world for la grippe coughs colds croup nnd whooping cough and Is pleas J nut und auto tolake It prevents any tendency oln cuM to result In pneumo lilaFor sale by DAY Hiios Co 1 Bet Ho Knows George 0 Scott our little Iii aimby Barber who was nccldently shot the foot Christmas night Is read easy I SCUllY Imktialhntherlfttbolello was having u geed time but luppsn togel In the way of n stray ball whim puncttired life hoof breaking two bon and otherwise causing him much pal lie was carried to ibis home of MrI Whiitnker where Dr Offutt dressed the wound and from the lender nuri Ing lie sit receiving from the hands of Mrs Whltuker his friends are 1st led tlmUe will hn uuj ngainln f days Vn3ltlondedoCottj7 Ambushed James sUtKinnej und O W MeKifJt noof Laura hid In the busies and lledon I A Fox the bullet out tt hole In his pant nnd killed his horse Mo Kinney confessed and related the plot James MnKinne hits out been csp bond5sV k N r t no s 25s S0SCS2T ssznstz sasaa2stsI m The Criterionm I of f ashionIThe Latest and Best I q tJ have Now a Fall and Complete U rlWo of G G imU TSOIIEver Shown in Jackson Tho Choicost eILieuof Notions you will flats by Call ing on US Uoforo Buying Elsewhere REPErTPULLYij dJIrS D FLEENORJ irFinsrOLASs i- Jewelry j GIVE ME A CilL WHEN IN = IISENn W J Dislocated Her ShoulderI Mn Julian Sodurhulm tit Feru- Fella alien tell amid dblllili her shoulder Site had u surges j get it back in Place ns noun ns 7IIC ole bui wits quite acre anti pained I r verj much liar somatic thanes clot ift hud teen Ghamliorlatnii 1nin Balm ndver tiied for sprains and sureness l bud sin asked him to buy her a boitlv uf it which he did It quiokly rtlluvud liar end enabled her to sleep which aha hhd not duns fur several dupe The two was much pleased with the relief It gave his mther flint he bass alma re commended It to mnn oilf a Fur sal DAY Uno Co- Sonnds ijL to MiUlCj A woman of tiyaprj ll slit U called mild who elalbe Hit rln carnallon of LI frah in ordntlng quite n reiiimtlon und doing eonsiUijrublH prM alyllng In the Inr Ridge nelglilHirlnHxt Wolfe soil Morgunonoiuic Site I credited with mme inarvtlini purrs Ell looks and folks like a cullem n graduate and no one knows + hrnie oho came John Alexunder D win vliu claims to be Elijah should get out an Injunction and lop time competition Iantagrnpht Bio Smith since D wie Ions decided logo to Australia yu will hove to put up with the wiimnii of mystery but sure as hu returns we will hell him to gel mil nn injunction JncUnon to bo ltci ru cntc l Brealhitt county ought to be well represented both In the mineral anti forestry exhibit from Kentucky tit the LouUlnnn Porchnne Kxposlilmi so far efforts along this line have resulted very mlMaetory Tim Contlnentnl Realty Company with hendqunrten here stmticritatt 100 to the fund of fire Kentucky Kxhlbit An soclatlon mud will do nile 3w to II that their property U shown up well nt the fair Olle of the ilrt exhibits fn the Educational Display Will sent feat- ackson to LHivlll It consuls if manual triililliig work dune nt trio In duitrlf School heiw Clinrinlng Kntortaliiinont A musical nnd recital was given the ynnng pupils of chI Sunday mud on their every Innocent ynntin mill and bright ned by the mnicilp reproedI fthad been mild by Mh e tl flay und eaDrake of t V 3nrgNbmcitt hKefforts nnd renditions wash hL l I commendable of them MunT ciolT be said in their praise tins long und kindly will their efforts Hunger In r membernnce of those present prl1sldetlIWwillulandlnil life cunibersoniH und ill proportioned turn mid to Sill nnthin 211 his bllIlIlv and pcrsonul nltraollon he was a real and recognized Old Santa beautiful were given ulicarlsmint were glnJdened and the luyu nnd linllowedness whl comes alum CliiUtrntti title were vial u0 on efety fa rrt T T co nows THIS SUIT i The bust 500 Shoe 500 llfii1 ISold by IDay Bros Co IJAckion Kentucky WEDDING BELLS Rang Out Christmas Week and Many VOUiVG MEAIITS ADE HAPPY i 1CLFfiVBACK Mr W II Pelfry anti Miss Aniline lack were married at theresidenee of- the brides parents Mi and Mr Jhll- C Back near Jackson on December 24th IOBR1SI1TTL Mr James Morris amid Miss Armpit a ofeLittle daughter nf Win Little of El the bride Decmnbur 17- Lxwtavl Rs Mr J W IinvU acid MM JannVires tteromnrrmedat ilie ieiiJciiiu if aha brides pareti n Mr and Mrs Move Vires of Eikmnwa leaf Uni iiendoy- TCHVnitTtKNkH John P Turner Jr mud Miss Mar ilin Turner daughter of fesare B Tur nor were hiarneil m the iMliice f brides parents near Cmme IIHYIIcr iHih- SMITItaABBAao James Smith und alias Helle Jab bnrd were married nt the rwltlenetTof the brides frther Mr Ww Oalihii 1 of Frozen Creek INoembr 24th- ADAUSLBOO Mr Fred Adams and Mis DutliellH Legg were married DeeembA 18 at the home of the bride near Torrent Tho brlds thIl19vlld dun lit er of Mr Jack Legg and Itluom Is t be son of Mr Jesse Adnim all rirrant A j tk v PUOJESSIOXAJloVWt flJ VfitK HAOIXS o farrLexu ill I HAQINS O fiG31 AtKaoN 1Wu cfiAll liusliiiit ruMftfO r Q- n vrlll receive prompt mid eniff lentlon T =nn nn f n n J r 1 IA 11 PATTON f I LAWYBIt i JACKSON KKNTUCkv If 1N- gn i t II nnmtnnilnnnrmmrjlit g E L C ROARKF a 3Iighln CdllllliMI = 1 iIIIIIIUUUUUl1U1Wi1Bt11UM4MMlMrUal John i can- Stone nason Foundations Stones Pillar- sRdLROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry IOOALT1MK TABIK ICt1ecIvr U lbtor l71 nn1ry w ray PM lv ifxliiBion 3 M 9ltClayStanton 4 09- Nntnrnl Bridge 48ft i Torrent 449 Heituyville Inn 511 I GUArJnckiun Ir 1Vest found DIIYD Nom No1i r 5 niii AMA ir Lexington 1010 IJ O2AClay 4 Stanton 828 J Natural Bridge 801 I r Torrent 7 47 x Beattvville Jun 720 o f 0 A K runctro 029 Jackson 028 22 ci pforKentucky Hallway Vijohilcent ulltln Nus111l1tJ 2 ctiniiit1 HI r A t I t a LSierlirllNos 1 and 2 oiiiien t ville Junction with Ic I t vllle dally ez epttundetJ I i Oites Ii i u O K Y Effective SPlltlml Eaat Bound Wt tJ STAIIOt AM AR Pit AR I0SO 235 Inokmi l 00 I0M 3iTO OVK Juan 11 I843 158 Wllharat U t17 830 102 Hampton 11 g0 750 128 Ire 01 I2 t10 7911t22 HeleehiiWB 11 cdS 7il5 105 OantioiCity Vf ila6AM 17 Ill LV fit ta nt trn Westbound Panrenger Praia Minject MohlA8Enctboitnd Pau iiger Tin n mineete at O K Junction will nn winch xInglollM L CONLKV iti r THEHAZARDm = riBAPTIST IN8TITUT 0Iellh B JANUARY 4 1SO44S bythisconsisting of live well furnished rooms two s halls amid tin oillco Tho faculty will consist of Five First Class TeachersfSpecial attention will bo given to the pronaf1 ttion of tonchora for their noblo work wnilo other departments will not be neglected Bo ti yond tho Common School the fol lowing subjects will bo taught Mnthemat iCitttnt1cii tart of Triollometr English up to Logic tonuiih OlM Moralt 1 WTuitionJit Beard fojJgAs PETREY 1y jETUt1tIq J s s 1Jlf t Is the to je In It lo r ror In 1 FOR THE CHILDREN A Kind Hearted Street flay otely Sometimes people Imagine that boys girl who live all their lives on the citys streets struggling for a livelihood nri not tender hearted and kind nut the story of a New York news the boy shows that this Is not always BOA t little girl about six years old was playing with some children dangerously near the edge of the sea wall down nt the Battery Every once In nwhlleIi she would stop playing to n tle kitten that was with her Itbcrtag nnd chased tho little girl She ran straight toward the sen wall where D bile Riiddcnly slipped and would pare fallen into the water If she had not thrown her hands out and thus saved berseltA1 poor water and there It floundered about cously mewing while a crowd of chllD dren and grown folks gathered on the wall above gazing down at it some of them even laughing jrtttthis point along came Maurice the One glance was enough to show him what wns doing Awl exclaimed he What are youso guys rubbernecking nt tie kids pet fur Why A dont youse do sitmtliln Dont youse see F little kids ncrylnT Tlir next minute seizing the chain thnt guards the edge of tho Battery walk Maurice swung himself down and reached out as far as ho could In the effort to reach the kitten Then to the dismay of the onlookers just as he caught the kitten he somewI how lost his grip on the chain arid down bu fell into the water The tide near wns going out nnd try aa he could be able could not get a footing ou the rockshot But n workman who was passing by this hurried to tho rescue Hanging over the wall while u couple of men held hIs legs ho caught the boys hand and 117 pulled him out of the water fleas liar TITO Winter CameRIoHave you ever played stir thethe mush Have ono chair too few Sometlle one stands In tho middle of the rooml holding a stout stick and the others Pewalkstir the mush and she pretends to stir very hard with the stick continu l1ing to do so for some time After nwhlle when no one la expecting It oho knocks three times on the floor with the stick and then drops It and Joins ary CoCOlrrecbalrKing nnd queen is the name of an other genie Have two rows of chains trio boys sitting in one row with n Ilu at their head and the girls facing themCOI with n queen at the end The boys are pony given even numbers and the girls oddnl1l ones Wlifa race reailr tli killU e A4 a 7ra 525FLOYD DAY President m FPVJIIAWKOIU Vice President rcnl1sl1 nuinuVr too boy wTfo tears that number starts up ilwfueenUumell calls one of her ntfmbera null the then chases the boy around the COlliW pnny If she succeed in catching him to bolero he gels to ttK kin he pays nIforfeit If not they tuke their seats and quern cults for a Mtoinbir I rIAnntlon ble There are three nf filets Mem the darehi fiTlteroBthe dear lifted btbjr allerIJoJust six months old today And I think aa I rack tho woo ono f To sleep In hla tiny nest dimplesIt corn wCllmhaMay I hold oor fwotch and listens awayI Iuu IIIADdDear tints nlecthe beet II aoftlyMy ItAnd a boytoh cbeek aU roe lasIAn I lovi oo iota I do I Wkola hiinerd buabcla ujla at enrijh for liT flTbenAnd fold him 1ndn reiButReluctant go to reat- I underThat t rice be sot No out In It the Mnny places lsavm curious names but t placehichThat place Is the little hamlet of Ws or Paris Wa being an iinpronounce name the Inhabitant of the ham have transformed R toto dUu but change her not been stnotlotied le rRally anti on nl the official records the name Wa still appears Tko hamlet has Inhabitants and Its sole attrac are the Cliantrau dOiny which been for many years In the posses of ICdmond A boms family and Cliatean de Vltniy which Is our of best nx churtti of tHi ronntsBanoo tylo of iircblttHlure So tar RR In known there is only nits hasnRrlu the TIIMOP of Iratno- t Dixie Sails With Marines Philadelphia Tier 29The auxili cruiser Dixie nailed from this J League Island nivy yard en route for r carrying CilO marine and flw INppllearer tll 0snlledof men froHTlimiton com n Waalilngton compose C An polle oaaiDkny D Philadelphia cimMNWlM K and P Brooklyn au Ini252S2KOUT YAK A HSDA lL Atffit UII h JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I iiitl m I Kentucky1I tl Paid up Capital 1500000 fat u m i Surplus 1fOo00oI 0 solicit tho Banking Business nnd nofiuunta oftr m1r s J Lumber Manufacturers Timber DealersA ITnU uSbiYJLCii r fjrw LI y me MerchantsN ii Farmers cl W Throughout Eastern Kentucky und ofTor our Cutotnorashthe mostJIid f 5 rrr LibuMineee dn i III C c = y JU a II lip SPEOIALTYTTT7 Y P i f WINTER FEEDING rl n ftrlttJ ot Oraln alitil lreeo Stun nml Cut Bone Tho greet soviet in making Lens lay simply nrovkllng them with a sufiaclout variety of suitable food On irnctlonlly every farm there Is SlimI1unll itent variety to furnish n properly meed ration It some one will only tithe of time nnd trouble to see that It Is prepared The trouble la that on the average tarn poultry lire regarded no n side Is sue neglected or at best fed without are or thought In the west every nrm has corn In abundance mill the omptntlou to simply throw this grain the chickens Is often too Htrong torl resistedaCorn wheat oats barley and millet aril tare nil good fowls Some object corn but It Is highly desirable where not mltl as nn exclusive filet No rain Is satisfactory so used Any train when used exclusively Is too heavy and rich too concentratixl something must be added for bull Wheat bran makes nn excellent bulk Imlauee n henry rich grain tool mil besides it has n good effect In not ceeplng the digestive organism In conIIlltton In n stnfo of nature chickens get oth than vegetable food Insects nre i alert of their bill of fare and we must I mulato nature by furnishing them u ouw substitute during tho winter or hey will tot do their best Meat wraps cut bone nud kitchen refuse should be given them A little cut laver or alfalfa hay Is always accept ible Let thum scratch In straw or Utter part of their food They like to It nnd besides it prevents gorging lid the production of too much fat lirough a laaj disposition GREEN BONE Man Who Snys It Added Fifteen Tor Cent In nil Poultry Pronti My experience with cut bone as a rood for fowls extends over two years only with n flock of 100 hens writes V Adams In Farmers Voice Prior of that time IlIAd not used cut bone got n soup bone of tho butcher care off the meat a little meant wont lurt If you Intend foaling ns soon as IU nnd I teat the same day It la cut Some people mike the mistake of us- g bones that have been bolltsl or lain niid sun bloached Some of the Mt owential feeding value of tie no has thus bwn lost especially as ltd for Rrowing chicks For growing chickens after two v veaks old 1 talc the bono menl withrchops tlamixtietl with curl milk will del so that each bird gets rotn a halt to one teaspoonful of the meal according to age Extra large and quick growth bone owls means more meat amt more it means 7 to 10 cents per pound laying hens I teeth na above only hat each lien Jets one tnblesnoonful wlce or three times a week according I tklnk she may need nu extra nl wnfi Hens need more whoa they la rlttK regularly or molting I g every L1nlltBII gained by Mg bone L c general health of k quick growth of broilers Increase amount of eggs etc over the two boric was fedI ttgure It mutt I dote account that the profit de U 1C per cent over the profits of two receding years This 15 per Is attributed to tho bone feed and other increase In proQts was cred tetl to the source from which they amo Now dent feel overdose at first at auyxihmytor that matter teal orularly vv A 14joewnSiO Mnclilnc Tho the all some with of of silk The above Illustration taken from Feather IIOWB u proud nUll pre ruins elou pullet of the true egg scalar ota g type of conformation It lyAn Ilrrur Abunt Pure llluoil creLetmeIrlnee he lies CVoonUtlns chimrcelfly pure bred blood Injected Into 11 x1IlIulantliver Wynndottes to give plumpness IR nh1lIIoutbQUoekllant In 1898 was again crossed with InJIIIcalItlutulillyd rather take tho commonest flock i knuoUIIng Cliinsetotimonrufjwould crop up to vex and annoy stuff Ifl Cold blood Is more easily obljt rated Croup I Tho peculiar cough wlitoh Indicates n asp Is ugusllj well known to the D- nthers of OIOllfJl cliildron No time cull bo In the treatment of it for ihls purpose no medicine flu ctivtd more universal approval ilVii i- liatnberlalni Condi Remedy Dot H snafu valuable limn In explrmeut R- K with untried rimeiHen no matter aw highly flier may bo reeommendrd RT- nl girl Ibis niHilieiim ns directed and W M nictom or croup will quickly dli flf l tur 1Vr ulr by DAr UKOS m a I t THE FASHION IN GOWNS Ilreu hue UjiinprH opens Ilnneei and LEBfJtclalNow York Dec 2iTlie denmmls modem solely with Its almost trnseless round of dinners tens operas Tact ilnnccs art such that n woman of hlol1 must keep n grout nnsurtmcnt suitable gowns lint cloaks and nil t- Ilh e other necessary paraphernalia for proper appearance under all clrcum Silks velvets tares and em Old broideries follow each other In tho our minds rye In bewildering array lint out of the confusion of glare and tlotb4 obllroillerrTien are pure white dull silksde ouAllterial appears to bo carved or IlIcruRtll1nc with the llcslngo foaIrnn1lwhrle alllitvefriends 1ntograpelost one lots of Us popularity slier whole nilllolle111themoth like rrnl gropes The whole effect wlmlike Ivory carving Him tothlOuhkelwnlcranwhiteIInololljthis were wide and bell shaped There otIshellliDturocnImmeulesliver buckle finished this Illumeth twthlthmanyItreunlollNew Yorks largest hotels was n IInndnnhlncktho ilncst of broadcloth amid these ahIIhlltrimWI wiwithsuflown blolthan in the feet earth 21 U 10 great from the xxtit ficial our Cor bo loins our ings also iXpnirrn DOWN non BVBNISO WEAK only point of color was where the small gun metal watch tens pinned to iOIsee difference ii the way people dress lag Borne wcarjrinythlnK ns like the French they think that m the night cats are gray Others will have lead exceedingly drossy Milk waist little liotnd of lace upon tt and no end bright things sewed to It In time way one vpanglts Lace over sots delicate Und is probably the prettiest and most be suitable The skirts may lio nlmostI an any kind The style of taking nO- Ihats when tho curtain rises still ob but It Is really much to expect woman that she should wear her with pretty lint and then bo obliged to take I off and hold It In her lap particular or when all or nearly all the men will out between the nets and do to or less damage 1011 they ceremonious dinners anti for turn receptions and for small fjrst frocks of thin might rinks or nary Ibnile so n half low cordage Is most In the Illustration n pretty Is shown for such n function It wade of china crept In n pale pink most flesh color There Is n short ter ht till waist and this Is extended have gitIngon clear around tho skirt cross tho foot aro them bits folds of to clablouse mokindthe chiffon lact around tlic nock God Is If possible luuro liked and early rvforethat cannot bo decorated In learn me way with this dolleato iiiul filmy same It softens jjjOLIVJi L B5H5HSH5H5ESHSH5HSH53LEETE asJ A Iii 111- o CIVIL ENOINKLltS the 5AND SURVEYORS Rv itcanPrompt Attention given toeo reallsATlVFACfibN QUARANTEEi I OVPKip t JACKSON i KEN IUOKyJlera SSSZSSSSSl SHH23H n- r t i TIn SUNDAY SCHOOL tTfONAL101jat Ik Lesion Lake II Memory VrOIIOohl1 Text Late U BA Comn eutnrr IrcimreJ Rei D111 alene CoprrlM uses If Amcrirta fern AMcciittoo Whether We study what U called the Testament or the New Testament elm should bo to know Goo for Dr Murray says The central of title book la God ltd ono ject U to reveal God ills glory Ills Hie love In rending It our chief sire ought to be to know God May life and heart be as full of God Wlt book Ul At no man hath seen nt any time except ns tho only be Son who Is In tho bosom of thonc bath declarer Him amid as 110II knoweth the Father sure the lie to whomsoever the Son will real Him John I 18 Mutt si 27 we er only know God In Christ and must 0tlonlIt to well to remember thene things we begin again a study of the life Hint who was God manifest In the I Tim 8110 Two weeks ago our Christmas lesson we saw the men from the east worshiping with their gifts but In the lesson yens hue passed Blnee then Ho U now at tho age of twelve eping the Passover with Ills mother Joseph In Jerusalem Verses 39 81 each speak of n return to Xnx but In the foster it U Ills lint going to Naiareth utter Ho was tarn Mary In the latter It Is Ills return the nee of twelve to be subject to the of the humble home and time rpenters shop for eighteen yours Verse 40 gives Ills history to see of twelve and verse KI from to thirty All tho while Ult was salvatloa of God the King of e Jew the Lords Christ n ht to lighten time gentiles and thtII 0II0Jolinoly Spirit from his birth hake I 15 to tlSpiritwhich Ho needed to know as Ho was to bear It and thus lie Increased wisdom Tile grace of Oed iuuit ve been exceedingly abundant to hint to enable Him knowing He was to sojourn meekly nn4- bmissively in Nazareth thou thirtydAs to JIll body of od He grew as do others of the chll drenwhoaenatnreslncxcoptodllc took upon Htm Heb II 14 iv 15 More Is written of those thirty yeast Mary wW doubtless be Kind to tell us due time If we need to know We do certainly tto know now more of ubmlsslon to circumstances and limitations which was no fully mnl1lIii In Him for as one has Mild mission U the highest mission onI Jae IT 7 L Iet v 5 Kph v Matt xi 2930 As to growth see Pet Ul 18 I Pet II 2 II Sam v margin Eak xII 7 The Passover was one of the three annual feasts end not only pointed backward to the deliverance Bgypt but also forward to n greater deliverance from nil nations of earth when the Passover shall fulfilled Ex xxlll 1417 xll 17 1JeI 58 Luke x111510 The part wu fulfilled when Passover was sacrificed for us v 7 but tie full benefit Is yet toI seen We who are redeemed being 11111bloodgirded eating the Lamb not die daining the bitter herbs emblem I fellowship with Him In life atI PhlL It9 John vi 57 Wo must beware of all carelessness In our relllton days journey without Him It puny I more than a days ere we agala rejoice In There are some I 111mIthings In this story as to consider how much or bow j they knew of this unique Son among all the sons of men the only who lived elsewhere before Ho on oath the only one who could called truly the seed of the wom the only one who serer thought 100 said nor did a wrong thing It seems odd that they should start for home without being sure that lIe was them that they should think lIe would prefer the company of kinsfolk acquaintance to that of Ills own mother that they should not go right the temple to seek IIIm nn soon na returned to the city lint let us from them to Him nnd to Ills recorded utterance the one soli recorded utterance of thirty years ich raven also His whole sojourn a mortal body I rest be about My lathered busl verse 40 Tile is the first My Father of human lips spoken of God although there U an approach to It InIr- 1eer1 nity or Joseph Another clllld would thought of the wonders of the city visiting friends or tho jourC and return but He is wholl copied with the things of His 1atherI the great astonishment of those ape lly versed In the things of God we find Him at this early aesre tatcretted In the house of Goilt the word of God and tIme things of flan In all else and I plea of Samuel David JoasltI JaaJaa why not expect our young to receive and serve Him to let Him live in them TheII Spirit who lived and wrought In and In these others la willing to I 1 and work In us and In our children a I A Bargain for Somo One I ly sirs small Farm In Lee county for The Larkin Stamper place onful head of Bear Creek Nice welling d storehouse cribs and Guru never water well tensed Prlcu rellrill and terms easy For pariicu apply to SAM JETLrI Bargain For Purmora IlliG1hfliuual illustrated agricultural tve8kg 11 uw Ju 1 r tf t jI ft t fl II fi j fI I tJ- Ptl Jl SinE II fo THF NATlnNAI W I a I n CAPITAL + II Ir I jf fi JI JI I j i YI It tJ Lt tt LiII W Special Correpondenej ASHINGTON Dee 21notb branches of congress have now got fairly down to till business of tlc session the details of which are somewhat prosy unlntcreHtlng There nre how very ninny llttlo amid IlKht + unlmiwrtnnt In themselves 41slllllnitidloln t ff fOno of these Incidents occurred the j InI WILL GLADLY Iran TO llttf e when General Meyer rcpre Hunting time Flat New Or 1nIIlAIIn ItnkecaiiMlderntlon of nn Invitation to outgrew to attend the cere monies of the ono hundredth nnntvtnary of the Louisiana purchase Itiv renentn tlvo Ilnrtholdt wino by the way has earned a reputa lion for suavr ity and getter lty jut In hula Missouri district which finds dllllcult to sustain on the floor the house was primed with a speech the HI Louis exposition and did not vnut to be Interrupted but kindly sold tile gentleman from Louisiana amid laughter of tho house I will Kindly- Icltlto him after I get through General Meyer Is still trying to figure out Just how he benefited by the gen erosity of the MIsiiourlan I Representative McAndrews of Chi 110 evidently believes In giving his istrict nil that Is coming to It Sometime ago he sent n constituent n quan tlty of grass sent and a of rom end hoe Just received tho tol n lowing reply I After taking ono package of your grass wed Ive become a hayseed The com you v I has been planted in trvacant I Mlnbank building It nlOta Mpprkb now and all the T rnaMcAndrews park Try to son NII a few trees and n wa term lon Apropos patlbIpreal Keycs and ills proposition to give the United Stnte the canal site If Pan ama should go back Into the Colombian republic Senator Drpcw tells thin story A friend of mine went Into n butch er bop not long ago He saw n sign rrsdlnir Fine Country Sausage rents a Pound 81It How lIlt you can sell sausage for reins when all Urn others are selling t inr he asked I Because I havent got any the butcher replied I llppreccntatlvo Fred Landls of In dlnnn who declares that ho rams to n t Ift on t It to nn I MwzIt work warn lunching with friends rutty In Ho house restaurant when hr zing reflectively nt his cup of colteenl remarked tI 1 nm sorry that we nre to have a singe In tho weather Change In time weather repeated prescntatlvo Jim Grlggs of Georgia he e hustling manager of Democratic- r mgress campaigns Why I newer I w n more beautiful day In Washing nbrlght bracing and the sun shin g so brilliantly that wo ought to bo the rocks instead of listening to tar r nrKlIlI1entsIWo are going to have a storm Tho ubblcs rising from the sugar in my JlTeo and known to all loyal Hoosier lucky spots remain on the surface the center of the cup Instead of sep Mr rating and going to the side Infalll of twenty largo pages heed no super tour as a thoroughly practical and hell pnbllcatlon for the farmer end ov IttIshlrunenuallod ly any paper itn slave In iht United Blair KnnwinK that every enterprising acnifis nlvoy reads his own local weekly newspaper Time NewYorkand YlbmipFitrmHrha rondo an exceed bo h Illiernl arrangemciit shish en tilt Iii ntlrr tho two pnjicrs at MI pries that 110 larmer can affottl per awrra to A c 1 II t It II I I U I n 44 Incidents Which Give Zest andfl llPiquancy to the Routine tv vu erg v II Ii IncldentM package Ttblc sign of n change It Is ns safe tofbet ou that sign as It would be to buck the chances of Ilepubllcnn success next year Both are easy money With u pitying smile Grlggs called for another cup of coffee but refrained from using sugar possibly ns an ex prcsslon of contempt for tho Indian Inns political and weather prophecies When the cabinet meeting adjourned the other day President Roosevelt found u quarter of a dollar on the flour Who lost n quarter lie asked I didnt said Secretary Hny Secretary Hitchcock counted his money Lu IKWHO LOST A QUAIirKlt Imo vast as much as I hail when I in It yours CortelyouV asked the Ideal No sir said the secretary of com mcrcu and labor How about you KnoxV nuked time president holding up thBllvr be tween thumb nnd forefinger I never carry HO much money In one tin attorney general replied The other members of the cabinet oody Shaw Hoot Wll on nnd 1nyni were absent Nobody claiming the quarter It was decided to turn It over to the con scions fund as a contribution from the nbxcnt vjt for as the president fee marked oven If they hnvo no Oil they should have Though Joseph G Cannon nml David Ie Annond hUt served In the house together for twice years ono n ltf publlcnn leader and the other a Demo cratic leader they had serer met per Ronnlly until the other day when John Sharp Williams approached Mr Canon and Bald Mr Hiniiker 1 want to Introduce my friend Hepreoentatlvo Do Annond of Missouri whom you have Just put on lime rules committee Cannon and Do Anneal shook ands cordially Though they hare scored each other In speeches and lime tiling parliamentary taunts at each other no ono hind ever thought of Introducing them anti they never Introduced them wives Now they think they will be good friends ItcprcscninUve Trimble of Kentucky dictated u letter to n constituent nml his secretary wrote It on n typewriter Ho received the following rather terse and tnrt reply Sir You dont have to print my let ters I can rend writing A story with n moral IH told IH1l1tojCharley Maui tho doorkeeper of tho house press gallery It nppenrs that Munu hoed n son who wants to Iw n Lpinto 11M liter Ro U over to the bu realm of engraving anti print IIIK to see about Ho wnlkrd In n room where Important looking man sat behind n desk I nin Mr amma ho sold- doorkeeper of tho press gal In tho house representa ves The than be hind tho desk looked tip Then said I know your know you Yes 1 Indeed I know I ou Tiiniw WIfIUT or TUG rnEss rdoYes Interrupted the official I know you You threw me out of tho press gallery the only time I ever tried i- to get In there Oh yes 1 know you The conversation languished nt this point and It Is sofa to conclude that Menus ton did not get the Job FRANCIS M ADAMS T 41ThotjItpHpim sent for a full year If youifforward 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