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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 22, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904012201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 22, 1904. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 $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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tho extensive plant of the Locke Brothers Shoe company Several other buildings caught flro but wore caved by the prompt work of tho fire department and volunteers Tho entire department reserves from neigh boring cities were called out but tho flames resisted all efforts and In a short tlmo the blazing buildings were a total lou I Beckham Not a Candidate Frankfort Ky Jan 19ln the house following tho reporting of tho Cantrlll schoolbook bill to that body Speaker Brawn presented and had- read I a letter from Oovernor Ueckhom bitterly assailing Senator Cantrlll In the course of the letter tho gayer nor makes known that ho will not bo a candidate to succeed Senator Black burn The governor In doallng with the schoolbook bill charfioa CatUMI nrlth having defeated schoolbook leg Illation at tho last session and that tall advocacy of the measure now Is Inilnccru Mother and Daby Jailed Jackson Ky Jan 18 Deputy fiherlff James Holbrook ijcllvered to she Jailer a woman of the name of Tnb whom he arrested on Quicksand crock SO miles from Jackson on a capias Issued on a Judgment against her lu favor of tho commonwealth for Belling liquors without a license She j cnrrlod In NIt arms an Infant 10 montlis old Her husband accompa nied tie rticrtfT as far as tho Jail and although he was able It Is said to rmlttudsatlstyMs wife nod boiurHo go to Jail Stele Marriage License niuefleld W Vn Jan 1C Guests at a wedding which was announcod I IlcullrIInrheld up Joseph Miller and forced him iO surrender a license to marry KjDijnor Nance to whoso affections Ie waA a rival Thu XClllnB party pas awaiting the arrival of the room and when ho returned minus the license the guests Bladed by Ethan Nances father started after Montyo Vs Acquitted but Lynched Jctt iblirg Va Jan 16 Informa tion hoe teen received hero of the lynching In Susiex county Va of a negro named Klmnro Mosely by A mob of negroes Moody was tried this week for killing another negro on the public highway In tho pres ence of the victims wife and child He was acquitted A mob of negroes the dead mans friends wont to Moso lys bouse seized him and hung him to II tree and riddled his body with bullets Was Mortally Wounded Nlcholasvlllo Ky Jan 18 Beattle Vincent was shot and mortally wounded at tho home of George Rod der where ho called to ace the daugh ter Vincents statement Is that ho asked who lived In tho house when be was attacked by two young men George hushes was arrested and con teased that his companion Henry to 1 white chronic lie Le now lit jill1it Waldridgo Is still at large Must Die Hopklnjvllle Ky Jan 18 Tho Jury In the case of Commonwealth vermin Charles Finch charged with aiding and abetting In the murder of an unknown white man near Pem broke Nov 14 returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at death Six other negroes will be trjed for complicity In tho crime h MotrtfAmd Daughters Perish Mlddl o Ky Jan IGUy rp Elizabeth tardie 4G and two dangh tern Edith 11 and Bessie 7 wero burned to death In their home about neevn miles north of here The char red bodies were found In the ruins of tho house It Is supposed the build ing caught fire from an overheated stove Found Husband Married Louisville Iy Jan 18Mrs Wil liam Fullwood of Baltimore almost prostrated by the grief caused by tho news of the death of Captain William Fullwood her husband arrived aftho Wlllanl hotel When told he had boon married to another woman she col lapsed In Honor of Gordon Mlddlosboro Ky Jan ISBr ro quest of Major J W Grew every Confederate veteran every son of a CouIand bowed head at 10 oclock In honor of General John B Gordon Disfranchises Illiterate Negroes Frankfort Ky Jan ISThe houiio committee on suffrage and elections has decided to report favorably tho Hcflln suffrage bill This measure In affect disfranchises tho negro on tho ground of Illiteracy Reformer Indicted Rock Island III Jan ICJ W Warr head of the J W Warr Pub lUhlnK company secretary of tho Mo lino Savings Building Loan as roclatlou and a leader In reform movements WAS Indicted by a grand Jury on 17 counts charging embezzle mont of 100000 while sccietary of the building and loan association IIo was arrested and arraigned to glee bonds Forced Son to Kill Him Burwcll Neb Jan 1Glirorso Smith 60 years old o farmeV t- lIIJI head over the rauzilo of a shotgun forced bis spit 10 years oU to the trigger Smiths head was off This case was reported by Coroner Thurston who held an in Quest over Smiths body i Blizzard Raging Bt Paul Minn J s 19 Reports received hero state that a severe bill zard Is raging In the west and north Tim cold In Canada Is said to be very Intonpo and tho prospects arc that It will reach this section soon Ten Indicted For Peonage Montgomery Ala Jan 19Tim grand Jury InMho federal court hero returned 10 indictments against prom Bent citizens of this and neighboring counties for peonage Plunged Down Elevator Shaft St Louis Jan 14 Tumbling dawn tho elevator shaft from the sixth floor of tho Brown Shoo companys build men were killed and two Injured Every Bottle of Chamberlains Couch Remedy Warranted Wu Rtinrantei verj bottle ufChnm bololns Cough Remedy and will refund the wiinoj to anyone who U nit sntli flfd nller using Iwo thirds of the con tents ThU U the ben remedy jlie wurlil fur In grippe cnu hco1cl croup nnd whooping cough nod In glen ant stud safe td tnke ULPtc4tte spy tendency of a cult to r+ pnetfnuy nlulorslpbi DAY llns Cnf r iIA P eRA WFORD TAMES BROllIY AFLYO1 f j WE AKE NOW AT HOME IN TilE 5 J 1 Crawford Building h- And our trade BO far has oxeoeded our I fondest hopes Wo nro deeply grateful to J tho generous patronage wo have received in n the past and will try to merit oven more in il the future Our stock isti J NEW CLEAN AND FRESH And wo propose to maintain our reputation ir for handling the best goods and r Fair and Honorable Dealing And tho most courteous treatment GALL arid SEE USM e I Respectfully f APICRAWFORD rt CO I I s I lY i tt sal EVENTS OF THE WEEK I ARRANGEDII Any Ono May Ilrcomo Thoroughly furniril on Lending lliiip oliiK of thin lny tiy Singly Glancing Dawn Ibis Coliiiiin vElItDAYThousands of quail have died as a result of tho snow and continued cold weather In Ohio John A Russell ohlof of police Co lumbus 0 died from an apoplectic stroke Ho had been chief but n wee t Citizens of Russia aro Incensed against England believing the latter country U secretly aiding Japan in war preparations Mrs Wlnflold Warnock one of tho pioneer residents of Portsmouth 0 was perhaps fatally burned while starting a fire with coal oil King Peter of Sorvla according to a report from Cettlnje Montenegro Is prepared voluntarily to renounce the throne nnd allow tho powers to nomi nate his successor Five hundred persons residing In an apartment building at Marlon Ind had narrow escapes from burning Tho building which was destroyed was without fire escapes TUIC8DAY Tho senate committee amends the Panama treaty to give the United States control of the harbors Tho American missionary board reports 100000 homeless In Macedonia as tho result of the recent outbreak Three men are under arrest at Chi cage charged with robbing the dying and dead at tho Iroquois theater rOe Seven people nil colored wero killed Instantly by the explosion of a boiler In sawmill In James City N C In a panic caused by a flro In a Dayton 0 schoolhouse Edna Baum a little cripple was fatally hurt by being trampled upon John R McLean of Cincinnati was appointed on committee to arrange for Democratic national convention St Louis MONDAY Sam Parks convicted labor leader Now York was dropped from the rolls by tho union Fire which destroyed the George Irish Paper company New York city brought serious Injuryto flvo firemen sore American marines were land ed at Seoul Korea Ruslsa refuses to consider Manchurlan question with Japan Larkln Grooms 60 a farmer of Ad ams county 0 while gathering wood fell over a 40 foot cliff and was per haps fatally Injured Former Congressman Taylor of Ohio argued against Senator Rood Smoots seat before tho senate com mittee on elections- A campaign against usurers Is be ing carried on in New York by tho district attorneys forces which has led to tho discovery that many of the moneylenders aro In n combine SATURDAY- An engineer brakeman and fireman were mangled and killed by explos ion of locomotive boiler at Syracuse N Y Bid Hoollhan ono of the most ex pert safeblowcre In the world was taken unawares by five policemen In Chicago Fears of typhoid epidemic aro en tertalned by health officials of Colum bus O Thlrtyflvo cases reported in one day William J Bryan says ho will pub lish Tho Commoner In St Louis each day during tbo Democratic national convention The threestory carbarn and about 60 cars of the Coney Island k Brook lyn Railroad company In Brooklyn NY were destroyed by fire Edward 13 Landts 45 a manufac turing chemist shot and killed his wlfo and then shot himself at their homo In West Philadelphia Pa FRIDAY At Scottdajo Pa 15 persons wero Injured by a streetcar accident Socialists at miners convention In bdlanapollB will fight for recognition Livery drivers renew strike In Chi Sago and mourners aro compelled to resort to streetcars The Farmers bank Auburn Ind closed Its doors Tho officials say It will pay dollar for dollar At Terre Haute Ind Mrs Eliza beth Wardlo 4G and two young daughters wero burned to death In their homo Striking stoglo rollers all girls at Mycrsdalo Pa accompanied by a band and several hundred made a demonstration at Ellc Lick mine A 10000 bribe Is reported to have been solicited by a representative of tho house of delegates In St Louis of ticket brokers Attornoy Folk starts Investigation THURSDAY Negroes are arming and a racewar Is greatly feared at Normal City Ind Three thousand dollars was taken by robbers from a bank at Goff Kan They escaped Colonel Charles Denby Evansville Ind diplomat and statesman died suddenly In Buffalo N Y Cloning of theaters as a result of Investigation of Iroquois theater fire In Chicago has mado scores of chorus girls idle A train on tho Southern railroad dashed through an open switch In yards at Bt Louis Two men were killed and ono seriously Injured Chlnan exhibit at tho worlds fair will bo a display of oriental splendor I and will be made by tho Chinese gov nMgt Rqrthe Drstttgl t I 4Joio ti ii i If I c w RESOLVED TO FIGHT Japan Wants Peace but Is Ready to Begin War WILL NOT ALTER THEIR POSITION yGrowth of Amsrlcnn and Urlllih 8rn Iliiinit In the Hermit Kingdom In creases Japnn Kxpecit Sympathy StruggleSs1ti Tokyo Jan ILFully reconciled to peaceJapan joinder of Russia which Is expected to end negotiations nnd provoke hos preparedAllhave disappeared and the country Is patriotically united The government Is receiving many offers of contribu tions In tho event of war amounting to many millions of yen The Jap anese people would welcome an lion flihtbforooriental affairs They tear the aggres sion of Russia and uclIcTO If v is not stoppedThey mands aro fair and moderate and patlent sympathyInconfidence In her army and navy In the event of reverses or a national disaster It Is thought that England and the United States would Inter powertoan Invasion of Japan a country whlca Is probably tho most strongly defended ono In tho world Tine Trowtli of British and Amerl can sentiment is marked Numerous displays of tho flags of the two na tions are made and popular oongs re citing tho glories of tho Lion and Undo Sam arc sung Till charac JohnnylIullThe activity of the United States in the opening of the ports of Mukden and Antung Is keenly watched and In some quarters It U hoped that this may may aid In solving the problem of Insuring peace Tho censorship prohibits the publl cation of military movements All the recent movements are merely prelimi nary and aimed to Insure an Immedi ate dispatch of an immense land and eea force If It should become neces sari Asks China For Troops London Jan 1BThe Standards Tien Tsln correspondent says It Is re ported that Russia has asked China to send 1 QOOO troops to Manchuria to protect China subjects French Land Marines Seoul Korea Jan 18 Thirtynine marines from tha French cruiser Pas cal have arrived hero from Chemulpo to protect the French legation Race to Build Ships Washington Jan lSone of the most Interesting races to naval men over undertaken is that between the buildingtheNewport News Shipbuilding company which has untjcr onstructlon the bat tleship Louisiana These vessels are sister ships timid wore started at prac aIsuit of this race depends In great warIWill Reinter Remains New York Jon lSThe United States dispatch boat Dolphin Com mander J H Gibbons from Washing ton D C arrived hero under orders from tho navy department to await the arrival of the North Berman Lloyd liner Prinzes Irene from Genoa which bears the remains of James Smithson founder of tho Smithsonian Institution The coffin containing the remains will be transferred to the Dolphin which will take It to Wash ington where reinterment with ap propriate cordnionlcs will bo made Found Dead In Oed Louisville Ky Jan 20Captain Daniel G Parr ono of tho oldest and wealthiest citizens of lx uisvllle was fcund dead In bed He at one tline operated a line of boats on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers Among the ninny Baptist Institutions to which he gavo money was tho Parr Memorial church of Petoskey Mich M Made Worlds Record Denver Jan 19D W King Jr president of tho Colorado State Rifle association has made a worlds rec ord scoring 517 In 1000 consecutive shots with tho rifle at the grounds 6f tho Denver Rifle club Tho previous record 908 points was made by Col onel M Poptf ProhlbltlonlstsCall Indlanapplln Jan 20The call fot the national Prohibition convention to be hold In this city beginning June 29 has Icon issued by National Chairman Oliver W Stewart Tho call names IndlariapoJIs nit the convention city Tennessee Republicans Knoxville Tenn Jan 20ChaIh- man of tho Republican state central commltteo has called a con vention of Republicans for April 7 at Nashville to select delegates at larpe to tho Chicago convention Suicide Was Short M Muscallno Ill Jan 18 Develop ments Indicate that G F Utterback cashier of the SIgournoy Iowa SaY rigs bank who committed suicide speedlttIQL1 t1 t1 I It tu HAD NAimpw KSOAPK Eighteen Saved From Ortnvnlng In Icy Waters In Miinmintli Cure l8Eighteendelegates National League of Commission Mor chants were thrown Into the Icy water of Echo river which winds a tortuous course through Mammoth cave unit were saved only by tho coolness of the guide The roof of the cave over Echo river Is arched and the space lu the center owing to an unaccountable rise In the river was only two and n half feet above tho water In order to In sure the passage of tho boat the men and women were forced to stoop over Alone placo tho boat swerved to one side raking the heads of the persons In the boat next to tho bank These leaned farther forward to escape Btrtk lag their heads This lowered one end of the boat and the water began to flow In rapidly The guide saw the danger and called to Sir Muehlbron ner a member of the party to Jump and tako the chain This he did landing on a steep bank which offered only a slight foothold Lying down on his face ho held to tho chain and pull ed the boat towards the bank The boat sank In eight feet of water but further back whore there is no landing the water is 18 feet deep By tho light of a single lantern the party escaped by climbing over Much bronnera prostrate form and after waiting several hours for a boat wore brought In safety to daylight Call for Democratic Convention Washington Jan 19The follow ing ofllclal call signed by Chairman Jones was Issued for tho assembling of tho Democratic national convon tion at St Louis July G next Each state is entitled to representation equal to doublo tho number of Its senators and representatives In tho congress of tho United States and each territory Alaska Indian Terri tory and the District of Columbia shall have six delegates All Demo cratlc citizens of the United States who can unlto with us In the effort for A pure economical and constitu tlonal government are cordially Invlt ed to join us In sending delegates to the convention Postal Receipts Increase Chicago Jan 18 Comparative re ports of tho postal receipts at the Chi cago poBtofllco for the first 10 daya In 1903 and 1901 show remarkable gains for tho beginning of the nrw year Statistics furnished by Postmaster Coyne show that sales of postage stamps and postal cards at the Chi cago postomco in the first 10 days of 1904 amounted to 330416 against 1284369 for tho same period lu 1903 Tho general postal receipts In tIe first 10 days in 1901 show on morons of 46628 over tho business of the same tlmo In 1903 There was also ii 13 per cent Increase in the amount 01 the registered articles handled Bailey Aoalnst the Treaty Houston Tex Jaoi181n n signed statement Untied States Senator J W Bailey says That ho will retire from public life before dishonoring my state and party by voting for the ratification of tho Panama treaty In his statement Senator Bailey assorts that the presidents personal In fluence was used to secure favorable action to aid the Panama as opposed to tho Nlcarnuguan h Smoot Again Replies Washington Jan 20 Senator Smoot has flied with tho committee on privileges and elections his second reply to tho presentation jnado by At torney Taylor Tho reply follown the Hues of argument made by tho attorneys for Mr Smoot In the hearing be fore the committee Saturday last and places on record detailed denials of assertions made by Mr Taylor Taft to Hurry to His Post San Francisco Jan 19Mlljor Gen eral McArthur received a cablegram from Governor Taft tho now secre tary of war stating that ho could not attend the Union League club banquet to bo given in his honor nor review the troops at tho Presidio Ho will arrive hero on the 23d and says he Is under orders to leave for Washing ton the same day Reyes Changes Plans Now York Jon 18 General Rafael Reyes Colombias special envoy to the United States did not pnll on tho steamer Allegheny for Cartagena as he had said he would When soon at the Hoffman house General Hoy as said I decided not to sail and I do not know just when I shall start Ho refused to clvo his reasons for chang ing iris plans Diamond Fields In Kentucky Portsmouth O Jan 20A com psny lit capitalists was formed hero to develop tho diamond fields discovered some three months ago by Mr il Miningandcounty Just ffross tho river 011 and coal haiobeon discovered on tho 600 acres leased by tho company t Thirty Drowned Bloomfontalne Orange River Col ony Jan 19About 30 persons woro drowned and three hotels and 17C bouses worn destroyed as tho result of the bursting of a reservoir hero Hun 110010tessGreat Gold Strike Cripple Creek Colo Jan 15Tho most Important gold strike ever made in tho district became known It was made on Beacon hill A sixfoot vein averaging 200 per ton was uncov ered through which streaks run which assay as high as 160000 atou Want Gorman Frankfort Iy Jan 15Tho Ken tucky louse of representatives adopt ed a resolution inviting Senator Ar- tttar P Co f1eIsd rW thatbodT tt u us ya Ii r FIKKMKX IXILfni Two Are Criiihrd by Knlllng VnlU In Cincinnati Pyre Cincinnati Jan 20The large plant of Mlhalovltch Fletcher Gem pany on East Pearl street wed as a distillery and for oomiioundln liquors was burned Loss 60000 Insurance 100000 Joseph Illgby and Joseph Bocklago firemen were seriously injured by falling walls Bocklago is not expected to recover Fifty girls and many men employe In the six story warehouse had narrow escapesThe started in the warehouse at E01 to 503 East Pearl street and aftf ward extended to the main building across the street to G14 to 618 Bmt Pearl street and both were destroyed Owing to the vast quantity or liquor in both buildings the fires were non entirely beyond the control of the fire men who labored hard to Nave adjoining property Tho fire Is supposed to have started from spontaneous combustion ann straw wrappers In the warehouse In which besides tho goods nf Mihalo vltch Fletcher Co were lUKe qvan titles of liquors bflonalnl to the American Central Distilling company the Allen Distilling company and the Panhandle Distilling company Owing to the large amount of liquor con sumed the fire was exceptionally Illu minating and could bo seen for many miles Noted Writer Dead Now York Jan 19 George Francis Train tiled from heart disease at Mills Hotel No 1 where he has lived for some years George Fraud Train was born in Boston March 21 1429 Ho was orphaned In 1812 his father mother and three sister dying ut New Orleans of yellow fever He organized the firm of Train Jfc Co sllp ping agents with offices here and In Australia and started the first rtlpi rr ships to California In 184011rr pro motel several railroads and mace an Independent race for president In 1872 Ho was noted as a prolific writer and for his eccentricities Heart disease from which he died followed an attack of acnte nephritis Funeral of General Gordon Atlanta Ga Jan 15 Attended by military honors and with the fconnpe of his state and the Southland Gen oral John B Gordon soldier plates man and citizen and the South last great figure of tho civil war wan burled In Oakland cemetery In the procession which escorted the remains of the famous cavalry lender to their last resting place was a bat talion Of the Sixteenth Infantry Unit ed States army Colonel littler D Rico now stationed at Fort McPher son Ga and nearly every foot of the ground traversed by the tong line of troops and carriages on Its way from the church to Oakland cemetery was of the highest historic Interest Robbed the Lifeless Chicago Jan 20Another Instance of the work of ghouls during the ex citement following the Iroquois the ater flre Is believed by the police to have been unearthed In a report re celved that tho body of Herman O Drelsel a teacher In the normal prac tice school who lost his life was found to have been robbed When the body of the school principal was found IS cents was In the pockets of his clothes He had taken 260 with him on the day that he met his death and had oxpeqted to make numerous purchases The body of hit wife waa found near him in the ruins but tho ghouls bad not despoiled the corpses of the women With this issue Till News will Im prove each week so help along 1 UKCORI liROICKN r I Ohio Illvcr Willi ever frozen Over I For too LUIIS n Ierlod Cincinnati Jan 18 Dispatches from Onto river now toe forming while tho1trjallJdlWJon Evanavllle and Loulavlllo were ltMdyIi firm and also those botwoen Madison and Cincinnati The same coBflltlona 1nnntlI30If- and 40 foot high exist Navigation on j the Ohio and tributaries hoe beenBUs andI f r that depend on the boats for mall groceries fuel and almost everything are suffering great Inconvenience There Is only a supply of coal avail able at Cincinnati for two weeks and colder weather prevails While thero have been colder winters the OHIO river was never frozen over for so long a period before This Is duo to tho low stage of water Submarine Signal Tests Boston Jan 15 Interesting tests of submarine signalling were made on board tho steamer James S Whitney during her trip from New York to this port Communication by bell signaltwas established with three while the steamer was some distance from them apparently showing thatrit Is possible for vessels to each other and so avert collisionsY IRaaSnh fssfles Call Jan ISTllo much discussed call for the assembling of the Republican hosts at Chicago June 21 was issued late Saturday by Sean tor M A Hanna of Ohio chairman ofIthe national Republic committee follows In Its Important details wording of the call for the last thoIpublican convention providing delegatesatlarge for United States senators two for each representative titlarge two delegates for each con gressional district and six delegates each for Alaska Arizona Indian Tor j rltory Oklahoma and Hawaii i Makes Novel Bequest Kansas City Jan 1JBy tho pro bating of the will of William Worth Kendall who died here Jan 8 a fund was created the income of which is to be devoted to establishing a me morial fund to bo called tho William W Kendall fund of tho Methodist Episcopal church Tho amount Is stated to be 260000 The clawc per taming to the tend reads It Is my will that ibis fund shall continuo until j the end of this world wlpn Jesus i comes Fast Train Ditched Pilot Greve Mo Jan 20Thefl- yer a fast passenger train on tho Missouri Kansas and Toms railroadI was ditched near Boonvllle beeause of a misplaced switch Tim ran was badly scalded and tho engineer and ono killed passenger Injured but no one wasIBlow Safe and Escape Memphis T nn Jan 20 A long distance telephone message lido been received l y thn local pollee telling of the robbery of the bank of Joaeaiown h- I IIatoulJ I Was John Browns Daughter i Pasadena Cal Jan 1GDine Ruth Brown Thompson daughter of John Brown the liberator died ut her home hone aged 75 years- Prominent Botanist IeHOOllftwriter on horticulture Is dtatfnged 72 years I Read A P Crawford fro s ad k in this issue Try tlioin cSZc5P52 52 5 ifS rn Mere We AreIfi The CIiDratedFHANAN SfrIh- o OEBest on Earth ij PRJO E n r S3PRICEFor m t Ill 1 DAY BROS oo ttn 1 t- v Jaeger eittiQlv 5il525252525252S2EiE52S252rSa 5 Su I r sTRY THE r BREATH ITT HOUNTY NEWS rrf3xI f 1lti r1 r7 rJ t t 3 11 T R1kj P u ill 1 TUG URBATHirr NEWS J WISE HAGINS Editor 1 tfrldny Jnmwry 22 1004 I JOHN D WHITE Cauyijr 1 y Room 001 Kentucky Title Bltq1 LouUvllIe Ky Will prnctloo In State and U S Court Buys und sells Heal Rune Keep Rood list of Farms At fair rvlcesi SPA clam attention given to Oil Coal and Timber lands Rinorts values on ap Director for the New Era i land Company fjF Clrculiillon more titan FOUIITJ3RK HUXDIUJD copies WE will accept advertisements on n guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breatliitt Countyof any paper published Our taper goes to ov ery post olllco in Perry County and almost every one in Leo Mao goflin Owsley und Volfo Coun tiesIf you want to reach the mountain trade try iin ad in the BKKATH ITT COUNTY N mVBeMr and Mrs Leele left for Oahey where they will remain for a taw days lion D Y Combs of Hazard was hereon business n fore dais this week Dr SwanRo wont to Loulsvllls 5Ion dOT Sir George Stevenson lies resigned his io ltlnn ns liookkerper for S S Tnnlbee nnd lies gong to work with Leete Henri MILLION Dollars for Now Ciipltol at Frank tort Amid cheers from n throiiKof visit or tho Kentucky lloiue Wednesday passed the bll appropriating lOCOOOO for the nrootlon of n niw Capitol Building at Frankfort the vote being 01 to 1 The measure will bo passed nt once by tho Senate The Homo Ibo passed tho Bradley Registration Bill i A bill for the creation of n county of Beckham was pasted In then Senate A number of other bills were Intro 3duced Combination Oir rr j By our llbernl turns with tho pub lishers of othar papers we ore oils + to furnish you two Ittlpef04 fur a little more than the prioe of ono Wt con sure you mousy on any paper you wish- to take We will fnrilMi you TilE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS toldi either of the followin- gConiferJournal Louisville Herald Chicago InterOcean Orhdnnnti Enlulrer Lexington Leader llama and Fnrmnr New Yorlt TrlbuneFunnar Otto Year For Only 12 No one should be without n paper whew he can buy two of tho best In the country for so Itttlu money t t 011 And the formations In ulilch it is found Send 25 cu for the Oil Prospectors GuIdH W nKAUiKNun Fairfield Iowa i OLDEST Preacher In the Mountains Undo Jlmmle Moore Is Dying Her James Moore the oldest Rap tit mlnUter in Kentucky old puuibly In the Unittd Stnios Is dying nt his home fn Menlfoe enmity Uncle 107 years old lie Is ono uC till most remarknblo men In the State lie hn liven n minister o the Baptist Church fur evenly yum and during that time he hnj jirunjltcd In nearlyevery county in Eastern Ken tucky During his career as n preacher its has received into the church 3000 con I verts and udniinlxinred the right of buptNin lo 1728 tieupl When ho bepati pieaulilog III Ile moiiiituinc there wfr i u clmiulif iiril services hail ki ho Ielii in bite woods IliqTil Hon til Jl HlukH J004 Alt t 1II1II1tHI110 U i IOUit rtN II I nINIIil nllY 1Urllrlrlog 11 r it pI 1I hI y N Ir i M ei llMll III Ioh ii n tII flu I ml iiiil tenth 11 llji 1I1IrllljNod IM 111 y dli p VOKi AND Luthia1t1 t r iiniy our lullnr n 11Wd iKl VOKICS i + 1111111111 h At rim + i MlIlClIzlllI Iik- he1 l lJ A i it Is lull well knoVif to iited ftTrthttr comniundallon Pew itt p hive fuuored snore faithfully f r the public good or found a wlr- meritlllc inlnjhe heuru of the jehplu j uilitI IrdNrd to dvtilln A an WOUK s Nu rtKtAOCo l23Cl Locust St 8t Ilunl I e 5- N r iN- a i I 141 r I Sl W XlIt S S s ifr CORRESPONDENCEFrom Oorrospondeuts JI ZiSo S2S2S Boo IWIT1R I Your correspondent ilrow one of thN prizes offered by the Mountain Ucliffns voted on by its culucribcr twits most popular cnrropponoxit and nwardud July 0 for the lost 6 uioniln ot 1003 Boonevlllo LodRO Fife AM met on December 28 and elected time following officers for tho ensuing year II 0 Moore W M Hugh BrynntS W VniHilIocUJV rG M HojjR Tress L M Garrett Suoy V M Abshenr S and I The Scale heirs Matt been offered S800 fpr time old J W S ale farm ly IIIR Just across that river from Bootie vlllo Since December 1 our County Court Clerk has Issued marriage license jp the following Charley It Ceclle lo Matilda Minters Jolla Hoivninn to Mary Bowman Joseph Moore to Dtllnh Smith Luther Pearson to Taura Evans Alfred Turner to Tuclndn Herald Joseph S Conglctnn lO mule Mar cum Iliiecom Ililmer to Martha Estep Win Evans to Marrervn Newman ltd Wilson to Collie Seals Ballard B Isaacs to Nannie Nina Butler Jewell lo Dora Collins Major Ptfarrnn lo Fannie Evans All ot tho above have been happily married nod nro on Ihelr way rejoicing except Major Ieuraon rand MUiEvan Major presented the proper certlllcateV M appeared on their face to Ulerk Combs and dynnnded license TIll certificate was signed os appeared by John Kvans father of the girl but the clerk having scmf doubt told Mr Pear son that he would have to make an nf firtavit aii lo the geiuiinetieM of Mr Kvntii slpnaturo When Mr Pearson made affidavit nod flied In the office that Mr Evans signed the certificate nid was willing to the wedding where upon the clerk Issued the license but in the meantime and before the marring Mr Evans smell n rot and as this girl was only 13 yrs oldcame to the office end found hit taints forged to the certificate and an affidavit of its gen ujieneepeo he at once procured n wars rant for Penman charging him with rabtt nwearing hnd him arrested timid nn examining trial before Squire Price who held him to gnawer In the sum of 500 and iiidioininit nt the January term of Cirenil Court anti while in Custody Mr Penrwm was served with seven processes from tho Circuit Court the aggregate of his bonds nre f 1600 and tiara rl8llt of which he Is now an tumult of Cattle Radfnrd So you oe true Lore dots not always run smooth The blool hounds n fund forthe pilrcliaso of has recently been sub bribed by our citizens have just fir rived They were purchased by It W Ilicknell at Wilmore anti are fine Hptcimens of the kind Thy are about 7 months old male and female mini well trained for dug of their age aiid are being kept nnd trained by Mr Jesje llolcomb of Wfnklirs Branch who claim to be an expert In Dugologyund a fine trainer YAILBR HniroiiKs Goal anil Tlmbrlancl Wantil Wonted one hundred thoutand acres of anil and timber lands In Hafiturh Kentucky for OUII for Eastern Capl UllMs Vrileto U E 6 I1T- IITuxlrlJollKr q John Dean Stone Mason Foundations StonesPillars f HOWS THIS SUIT Y I The boat 500 Shoo 8500 Made Sold by I jJlckilol1 BEATTYV1LLK unit H 0 llll returned homo Friday from Frankfort where he lns been for tcvoriililny taking In the Legiwlniuri amid as usual brought back In hU pock et that which frees ono ot our citizens The Benttyvllle Lodge S04 I Q 0 F installed tho following officers Satur day night for the nov year Loniii Evans N 0 Albert Terry V G S P Stamper Sect r 0 S McDaniel TrIM Samuel Darch owe of our clever sa loon men is awny on n vacation The LonisvIHe nod Allantlo Itnllwny Company bus put on n new passepger train and Mall car leaving Beatt vllle at 715 n m making this run to Richmond Ky and back to Beatlyvillc al foj 15 11111 A Ira lid A subscriber sends us n letter he re celvcd from a breeder of poultry of whom ho proposed buying some stock This breeder claims his hens lay from 2SO to 300 eggs a year many of them producing the larger number He offers to sell a pen for 10 or a trio for 0 The breeder who makes such claims condemns himself nt ponce lIens that will average even In n year could readily be sold for more than this breeder offers to take for n pen but such hens ore not for sale for tho very good reason that they do not exist Commercial Poultry Gene Geese nre grassers and will do well on any green pasture If they have ac cess to n crock or lake so much the better but they can be successfully grown without water to swim lu Hut In fattening they need soup good sound grain every day Geese are good for their leathers good to lull and good on the homo dinner table Hut the cook must know bow to cook a goose or It will have the characteristic goose flavor which Ii generally IlL tasteful to American palates IX tONi ItKMKMlIUAXCH Of Little Albert llngliitt VIm bled Sunday Evening Jnn nary 1n 1004 With what seeming lack of mercy has the grim Angel of Death taken from the circle of hone this fairest jewel this purest gem Taken from the scenes otjllfe ere its billows had be gun to roll taken while in hours of Innocence when no clouds hull checked its way when the sunshine of life was yet In its dawn taken at a tithe when it had only reached tint period of In spiration to hope when It was the joy and gladness of homo the one most endeared the pride and promise and hope of parental joys and affection Whit ruthless grief wlmt relentless sorrows shut such as this must come Of joys and sorrows ot suiialilnuaiid sadness is the pilgrimage of life mnde up Only to be defeated we build our hopes only to loose its sweetness we taste of jig oily todrop their petals we pluck lifes flower and in an endless chase of vague and varlgated visions wo pursue time vanities of life From other griefs and wots or from stealthy sorrows we must cease to burrow sadness leaving each care by lifes unresting tide where time bllloivg rage will ceaseless ange- anti with rising urge until the calm and Pnullla olnrnal ocean is reached Bright with lope we consign this sacred treasure to the total around Ii fall the fragments of shattered ambi ton with It there Is buried the pros pects of earthly attainments but around and abnvo anti eveloplng nil In thnt blest nsiiiurnnce from hint who said SuTfr little children to cons unto Me and forbid theta not fur of such Is time Ivinglum of lltmveu January 10 VI K K j 3w W I WATCHES I i I Of the best American t 1 iiiakos SI 00 S2DO 800 and 500 1 ftiit UP- HEINTZ THEJEWELER 91T09ITE PHOENIX HOTEL LEXINGTON KY I TRY US ONWACJ REPAIRING tL2 1IiHEINTZDr 0 It L Iij Normal und Business Departinput oi == Lees Collegiatefnsttzlte WILt OPEX January 4th7 1904 Ksa irsrszsw crcjWA ii1a fPICOF tT F LUKENSso null favorably associated with tho Ilistitutionivillagain conduct tho Normal Work Kx perenced and thorouglilcoll11ctont teachers will bo in chnrgo of the Department BUSINESS PUIMAUY MUSIC ACADEMIC COIJIGIATI MANUAL TUA1XINO XO1OIAU JO3IUSTIC SCIENCE ItOAUDIXr DKiAKTMKXT Students pursuing Normal or Business Courses may take nilvnntngo of Academic nUll Collegiate Depiirtmonts with out extra charge Diploma will ndmit holder to any jollego of tho Tuition and Boar reasonable 1t Jail on or address 31 Ii UIr1ON1PrincpalJackson CLAUD WEATHERS Of Flat flock Is In Jull ut Mt Sterling Charged With Forger On lost Saturday Claudo Weathers of Flat Ronk mnde n business trip to Mt Sterling und after he had been in town but a short while he proceeded to load up with merchandise and u this was dead easy he begnn to cash lit some of his ice cold cliockswhlch he lied ro trouble In doing Among his victims were S M Nevvmeyer who bit at his bait taking hook timid all this fun cost Nevvmeyer 18 plunks unlucky number Mr Weathers not wishing to slight stir of his dear Ml Sterling friends made a flying trip to see D Kaplan where he left another ono of his Ice cuM checks for which Mr Kaplan thanked him very kindly The next v cUm he tried was Oldham Bros Co which provrd beyond a reasonable doubt to be n hornets nest Instead of the little Busy Bee and hero is wheru he failed to get oft 420 worth of cold goods as Mr Oldham soon got on to the man than Flat lloek and he Is now In jail busted flat nod when the grand Jury gets through with him hi will be both broke and bent for tome time to come Say Claude you have our sympathy Kit Out llonutfful Streets We cannot refrain from speaking of the impassable conditions of our streets and crossings and the Imporfeat tide walks that are only a mockery to con veniences In our town These matters should have been taken up in time by time and liy those in authority with the lingering recollections of tile conditions of the streets we hove had in the past winters and we should have been protested against these ap parent incouvoiileiicei It mar ba possible that each citizii thinks that time other inns Is to blume timid that the weight of responsibility ta on the I other tnnnfl shoulders but there is me thlnRiwe nil know tjjat some one U to blame and it tuust4b that the blunts is with those who are cfisrged with nublia duly amid to whops lime pub lie looks to for faithful p lformance Flicse mjjgivitiga are paltible Hlat let Itris not our purpose to enumerate pri rate wrongs or fallings nor to attrib ute then tc pei sonal failures but who can take n stroll or ramble to this only nil I road depot ill Jackson anal view the impenetrable sell of thud around It with no means to evade without feel lug a sense fjf regret that more pride is tint taken Jour capitalists and those of wealth to provide necessary and am pie conveniences The yards around tlielepol and the pasiwuyii leading to It could be tnacndlmlztd n moderate expense rind this would bespeak better taste in those having control of af fars Uutwejnuit refrain from Indulgiiig in an endless enumeration of misgiv hugs 1 fearing lhatsume of tliemito the critical eye might bur traceable to our personal failures i SD FLEENOR Watches Clocks ANP ALL KINDS OF FIitSFOLSe Jewelry t 1 GIVE ME A GALL WHEN IN JACKSON S D FE NOR OPTICIAN AND JEWELER I N NN11NN 11IN NNM N- w y WRECK OX PKHK MAItQURTTR Twentytwo InsseiiRfM Klllrd an TwiMitynlne Injured Grand Rapids lIch Dec SIt- n headon collision between two Per Marquotto passenger trains 22 per sons wore killed whllo 38 other were Injured several of thorn pro ably fatally- It was the most disastrous wroolc I tho history of the POlO Marquette sji tern and Instead of being caused b roans carelessness or mistake Ii charged to tho high wind which of tingulthcd tho rod signal light In th order hoard at McCards Stntloi whore tho westbound train was 03 pectod to atop and receive new 01 dots Two minutes before tho tram rushed by McCords tho light wa burning says tho operator but In tlm brief Interval tho buzzard that war raging extinguished It and train Nc 6 unshod by the station to crash int eastbound train No C near KM Paris TIle trams which were tw ot the finest on tho system wore n duced to a promiscuous pile of broko and twisted Umber and metal wit dead and Injured pinned down an crushed by the fragments of th heavy cars 81111 rrnnnllnlTllnlRinlrlfPflltmlrnunu C ROARK 1L LAWYER KENTUCKY practice In Breatliitt soil = Mug mn Counties ilHIUUililUilllllUUUllUUUUUUUUUII THE BREAD MAKEF has no fears of the result when usin Mansfields Flour ts white and bus the natural tat and lUvor of tutu wheat burry Make better whiter healt ler bread thai you hays been using because It I milled from the best them nod millet in the right way on the best equlppei roller flsur mill In Kentucky Let a 25lb sock of HEST IATEN or MOUNTAIN LILLY talk to you 1 will be more convinulrig than a barre of words Ask your grocer for It R C 3IAXSFIELI C SON 1ROSSLYN KY Mrs Laura S Webb VIeslretdchl 1Yonmins Demo matte Clnliaiol Xorllivm ObI I dreaded the change of life which was task approaching I noticed Wine of Urdu and diddcd to try a bot tie 1 experienced some relief Ihi lint so kept on taking It for three month now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It oil and on now I have pitted the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the wojub and ovarian do not wear off TEeyfollowawouman tothechango Wine of Canlul now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardul never falls to benefit a suffering woman of any ago ul relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When you come to thoebonite of life Mrs Webbs loiter will mean more to you than it does now nut you now avoid the suffering toe endured Druggids- aelltl bottles of Wino INEOFCARQUI p r + J f f IIr IIhr it Day Bros CoA t Have the most complete stock of r GENERAL MEROHANDISEIt L Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of I 1 4- I DVJ aQdt 4 JIltlOlJjS frafiiIjL9jpY k I H tsr 11 w n B 56Q 5 We have the Finest Line of SHOES in I Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style For the Ladies we have the mos Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy flh11ineryGoodsR i g This Department is under the man l agement of Miss Laura Rawlings who1 J can show you i Styletdirect Also Hats FA8HDNABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from thd Eastern Markets 1 t I Ifneed any House Furnishings or- t f FURNITURE We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body C nee and see us ourIIl l l l l l l b l ltl 1 H lI I I III 1 Pr ces relllrRlghirl 111111ninn1111 IUIfIl umHIl II II 6 1 D yBros CO 1 l r Lt tI i WoLro P r 7 IY Jjre I p I p i w 1 iAI- I Stock Reductionft SALE 2OPERTCENT OFF woightSuitsLadies nnd CSo- nlaFURNISHING GOODS All tlioso goods will bo fold regardless Dont delay Even among alto best there is n choice Kvon in this sale thoro is n complete LOW PRICEThroughout our stock f I Yours For Trade i i n C KELMANr r l Jackson Kentucky i I The Breathitt News JliblUlitd Kvcry Friday 1HAPPENINGS IN AND AUOVNI JACKSON s S2525acEsas2sEsa5- ap Clrciiliitlon nioru thou POUJITKKX Hundred coiileH Are you A 1I1criblr loThn News Eggs ttt felling nt 80 cents uoien Carter cue your hair In the moil up tUdntu style When In 1e angtni1101 wllh Hart Urol nt Heed llntol A R Johnson has lime for ialr at fM5 per 1Jllrrol U you have nn engraving to do try 8 0 Flcenor Flour her ndvnnct d 30 cent on thu hundred and coffee to 15 cents per Jb MMC Ann and Itottlo Cope of Tall tcSare yUJtlng friends here this week Ut Keliunn p-regtug highest market price for beet hide and furs Lewis son of JJon J L McCoy is spending a fawdnyi with his father at tho Arlington Beo S D Fleenuri ad In another col limn Always something new F S SprftUling deputy sheriff of Wolfe county was here on business lint Saturilay Tlio beat hair out and shave can bu hall nt Carters t IL Ruse of Hazel Oreen was here hunt Saturday until Monday soliciting jnciirnnco and also making other solla ItntJuna i will pay cull for Uommoiiweallh Town and School Claims A S JOIIN OK S MSobl and A A Allen of Noble composing ilia Inn of Allen Noble wore hero on builiiMi Monday and TuesdayDont fall to see our line of Clothing and Shoes A P OttAwrortP A Go Mrs 0 T jnowden and tier Inter eating little doughtier Mabel of Camp Ghristy visited the families of Mrs J n Maroum and U 0 Hurst In this City thu first of the week + rt JDr L fl Hlaiiton vice 1reddunt of Central University was here first of the week iiinpooilng the work of Lees Institute lie was very much pleased with the sucoeflsof the school James W Clark has sold hits residence on Edit Main street to II 0 Cornell and has bought another lot on Wet r Main street and If erecting a dwelling ift iJfdr J I For a bad taste in the mouth take n few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price JWo War ranted to cure For Sale by Ihr linos Co Mrs SII Hurst of Frozen accom panied by her daughter Miss Llllle attended the funeral of her grandson Albert llaglnii sun of Mr and lira A L Iligln which took place Monday Coma and lieu us Ve will please you A I CKAWFOIIU A Co Mill Carrie Rose of Hazel Green the accomplished young daughter of John M Itoie of that place linn been visiting Mine Margaret and Kate SeweH and other friends In Jackson during the past week Pure bred Pekin Ducks Cornish In dian Unna chickens and Belgian Hares for sale by M M HAOISS 4JlloklllnR A satisfied customer IK tile best advertisement Our customers adver tise UIitA P OnAwow AOo Mr Jimmie Patrick our old friend the butch was mineling with huh many friend hero Tuekdny JImmlo has accepted position with the LA K News Agent with headquarters In Lex ington whore he will be glad to have his friends nail on him We have received another car of Weber Wagons ntid now have in stock all sizes from 2i Inch Road Wagon to 84 inch Log Wagons None boLo ter CHAIN Cones Co Miss Martha llagins and Mrs Minerva L Ilagins returned last Sfttuiilny from a ten days sojourn In Louisville They attended the how given by the Kentucky State Poultry Association and were tam guests of Joseph lloglnsi who Is unending the Theological Sem inary See S I Fleenur for all kinds of first ulnas jewelry Special attention given to nil kinds of watch clock and jewelry repairing Dr Nell of Ml Olivet has taken IphnrBe of Dr Hoggs place at Onmj Ohrfity while he is taking n course ii medicine Dr Nenlu comes well reo nmmended and will do all In his pow er to plense and cure those who conn n dcrhU charge I Dollar Wheat H There was another advance In Ma9 when Weddesday the figures roach ng OiSand will reach the dollar mat k in n few days May corn and Mu oats also advanced sharply V ANTED I To buy poplar logs fo veneer work 16 Inches and up nn rv length will pay callhWJOIBON t florton Y JI LEAP YEAR Never Falls tn Toll on Tlioriu In Love Mr Osunr lupins and MINN Flor mlcu Crawford Are Hindu Mnn and Wife MANY OTIIHUS PArr IN TASK tlflglnsCrawford Mr Ojor llngln and Vise Cnlllf Grnwfnrd hull of this city were mar ripd on lust 3 iiinlny miirning Itov Mr linker of this Nuptial Church ofll clntlng Bull time pnrtlna nro well known The groom Is n young man of sterling qualities and Integrity and by lime own cnmmendiible trolls has won Iho ot Id m nail wiped of ihe people of Jackson 110 has been iiiiloycl In differ Slit hrnncliHi of business here and In every feutornof hili work Ie has rend ered fiipmno satUfnUlon lie Is at present oinplnjeil as fnlefinnn in the Sinn of C Kelmnn A Co The bride Is the elliclcnt operator nt the lleph ne exchange in Jackson nnd her geninl dlllCnltiun end kindness In fulfilling the millions duties of that position has gained fur lice the grat ItuJo mid favor of nit the people here TUB Nnw extend hearty cnngral illations to this promising young coup le on their launching tutu the undue mntrlmonlnl Gen with wishes tutu their pilgrimage through life mny be n happy nod nmm 1esled union and that pence and joy may ever he their portion Thompkinslloskms At tutu home of the brides lather Mr Wllllnm Iluskins In this city on last Monday Mr Linden Thompson of LrxiiiKton was married to MISs Myrtle llofkins Kev M W llinerof the M B Church rfliciating UrnesUaker- Mr Leonard Barnes And Miss Lilly linker were quietly married nt the home of the bride on Jannnry 7 The liriiie U the beautiful and no cnmpliiihed young daughter of Mr Jut Hiker of JCnchnrlnhond the groin is a resident of Uldgewood and Is a gentle malt of high chnrncter StarrArnnvood Miiiionary J Starr and Miss Lou cindn Arrowood bulls of Cauou neigh berhood warn married on thin llth nt the house of Roger Splcer where they will reside and do missionary work nt Cnnoe and Turner Cree- kItargerLversola Mr llobert llnrgor nnd Miss Carrie Kver ulc both of fowling neighbor hood wero quietly married at the res idence of Mr Win Howling of tame place on the 1- 5hiusted Ponslon John Neivmanof Vfncenlwho served in the Philippines in the Itlh Infantry hilt been granted n ponsion nt 6 per month to oommenct December lOtli 1001 for disease of henrt Ijud to Rust Little Albert Ilngins the one yaar old sun of M r and Mrs A L Kaglns died Sunday nvenlng at llielr residence ill Jackson utter nn illness of only a few days The funeral services were conducted at their home by Rev Mr Powell alter which the remains were taken to thu lUglntf burial giuunufor interment Serious Accident Black Combs Hurried of JUg Sink log Lee County was dnngerously If nut fatally hurt last week by being struck on the head by the limb of A falling tree Combs was cutting tim bered In fulling a tree n limb caught in a bent sapling and came back with terrific force striking Combs with above resultsDone Him Good Peter Sparks aged 10 of llIden wise was suet to the House of lleform stone time ago was dismissed from that in stitution Monday He now has n fiiirly good education andn trade When asked what he intended In do he said I am going home put np n shop of my own and make nn honest living and from this on bu a man Died Consumption Andy Short Jr of Wharf died of consumption January C ailed 87 Ho leaves n wife und 0 chlldrsn and u host or relatives and friends to mourn his loss The burial took place at the fans lly grave yard on Turlry Creole lie hnd bllIlI u member of the Methodist Church fur ten yeiirs and was n good lirutlun a loving hither and Ind husband IJncU to 0111 Uy Joo Outron wife and four children rind fir daughter Mu Ourluild Den uld nnJ child passtd through on Sat urony en route to Tollver Wolfe coun ty They left hose the 17th of March for Indian Territory they are satisfied again to live In Ola Ky Advocate 328585 GetIt rThu privilege of collecting toll on the Jackson Hiidgo for the next year has been awarded to F S Taulbee Jar 326585 he being Jhe hIghest bidder among nearly n dozen applicants Is The bridge a good Investment to the counter UNCLE BEN r Honorod by His Old Confod orato Comrados Unel lien lgsiiT who brie been en gaued InmiBlniior work uses fur tin tlnKIIlidfo ws recently npiMlnKj AIIIhlnt Chip hula of till JIIJIlIkJ lUviHtoll uf U C- pithV iho rookI Major on Grim Hennett II Y ungsIIR Hewasatei elected Chnplnin uf ilI pukes cum niHiid last August nt IVirks 11111 lit has also been nVrecl the OhllplnillIplace lit life Home State for CUIII dole oldlero nt Pee I wee Valley hut declined that honor Sent htNIt4tvlvua Money 111ts AVII SnnnRM r IIlIz1 Green IlrolloJ several hilllr money In the t101eJlrenlIIntlDistrict and Thursday morning the Congressmnn received crisp uevr bill for thu money doAtrojed To Try the Vest Thus Ciilliiiswnrth wifo mind twoQ cnlldren of Wolfe county and Dr Jriiiit Spradllng of Iaytwn left on Tuesday fut Muscnue I Tto live They were iiecompaniod by Mrs Sernb Wilson of Muscngee who his teen 7lsltlng hubs Filter Ms Collltisworth Mrs Callle Clnike and Mrs MfliieAs berry of Hnzel Green dllnKhiufMrs Colllngworth will follownexr month Comes to Jackson I Mr A Plnmnier who has been with K L A V for tne past two years moved to Juckson Int week 7udgu1atrlcit Couvaleschtg John E Patrick of this city received sayhug rially Improved Vise Judge was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital more than n months ago for skilled medical treatment and care and It has been re ported snore than once during that mpuaribleTheifylng to his ninny friends here who are very anxious ubout his condition bled Happy John Gross aged 22 son of Lewis Gross of War Creek died Jan 5 lie died In full triumph of a living faith rejoicing till the IlIjtS Before his last said Samclassed without money We must all go this road souuer or later and It is a linppy death for one to die In the arms of Jesus D V 0 Improving Floyd Hack of Stevenson who was nccIUenlly allot In the leg Clrbtmse jIloydfor several months w Charlie Scott nor little b rber who was nccldcntly shot In the footChrist milt ulJhtIS lni roving and it is hoped Hint he will goon be owl again Kvurctt Hack who has been very sick for the pnsu two Hveeks it Im proving slowly il DIsIoiutocTHer Shoulder Mrs Johaiin SVUmliiilni of Fergus Falls Minn fell und dishipated her shoulder She had a surgeon get it back In place ns soul a fosjiblo but U wits quite sore nnd pained her verb much Her sonme rationed that ha had seen Chamburlalns Pain Halm adver tised fur Hprnn iind soreness and she asked him to buy her a bottle of hI which he did It quickly relieved her and enabled her to sleep which shin bid nut dune for several days The sun was much pleased with the relief it gave his mother that he hns since re commended if lo ninny others Forssle by DAVHROS Go Ik4l Suddenly Mrs Joists Dnugherty Riled 4i of Suit Lick Url nt the home of htfrson Willlnn ofnidgowond She hind justn rrked to visit her sun when she xVns taken suddenly 111 alldI niter four days Intense suffering her Illties culminated In death Of Interest to You In this Itaue will be found the ad vertisements of A P Crawford Co Uoad them carefully It will pay jou Kve ilibigtin their store Is new and fresh Cull on them and examine their Jnrgfl stock ef goods It will coat you nothing These gentlemen tpl be pleased to have you gallon them NOTICE We Have bcliiengabedfor the past two years in the inountalns of Eastern Kentucky buying and taking up mineral and timber lands for Eastern capital- Ists Wo have ni this time completed the larger portion of our work and we desire to soy to the petiplo at BreMhilt and adjoining counties that we are now ready to take up all our cases In this Judicial District which has been neglected on account of our work In the coal fields You will find ono or boih of us in our office in the Old liar giVnullding during oil business hours Yours very truly Tt T Cor WN Cod 5252552SZrcLfiZSZrrtSriSCScTI tettrtt is ete S252515c I cc The Criterion a of Fashion The Latest and Best f We have Fullanti Complete rn JiLnoof ij I READY TO WEAR HATS Also Some of tie I 0 HANDSOMEST DRESS H T S 0 I Ever hliown ill Jackaon The Choicest Lino of Notions you will find by Call IYlugon tS Before Buying lwlsowher- uRESPECTFULLYriI PETERS RAMSEY muJsasasasasasasasasHssasasHasasssasasas asasaaspsass THIEVESi In Urcntliltt County itienk Open and Itnb Freight Cats From Wednesdays hex HeraldI The L A E officials lava received freqjent complaints fume llreathllt county all winter from cool dealers who have suffered by ihe Mealing from gon dolas on the tracks of the L A 13 road Saturday 2 men drove n xvngou up to a ella lORded it with eonl and drove off The sent on n freight ear was broken open at Elkntnwn yestonlnr and Uoo- worth of groceries were When It seems that organized gangs of Breathitt county thieves have banded together to systematically prey on the freight cars on the L A Erand Detectives late boen employed by the company and n close watch will be kept on the road at the points where the depredations lore been roust num eroue If you want your groceries carried to your klt hen Phone 38 Death Claims JIlss Dnvlu Miss Joannn Davis daugater of Jesse Davis died at her home near Hazard lit Saturday aged about 16 years 1She was the daughter of Mr U It mith of this county Its o you o BY g A CO 1or Jackson Blind Tigers Must Qo Away Back and Sit Down 5 The Hoard of Trustees on last Wed tssdsy passed an ordinance allowing tloods Uo be opened up hero It Is Inlmed by any thnt saloons will be preferable to the blind tigers which have infested tlio loin so long We shall soon see The nicest und plegnnlest medicine have used for Indigestion and constl pslloh is Chtmberlulns Stomach and Liver Cablets says Mcliird F Craig uf Middlefirove N Y They work like chnrnu0d do nut gripe or haven unplAst effect For Sale by Day Bros Co THE Of Our Elootrlo Plant Explodod Wodnusday Night With leaving the mudcovered streets of Jackson in dark ness the engine of the Electric Light Liam Oil Wednesday night exploded renderlhg confusion and disorder In the building The manngomeiitof the plant has been under control of John A llailey and Tom Mrircum and at the time of the explosion Mr Bally warlot supper and Mr Maroum was incident ally on the outside of the building The machinery was greatly damaged but Utkllj no CUll leas hurt t wdP ARMY To Give a Musical at the Court Rouse Saturday Staff Captain Chas Strnnhel who IF one of the armys best miulcIniiB will arrive here tomorrow also Ensign Ins jJ Nrliin who will take part In time IIIIIcelI01110rrll rhwho will take part in the anti steal are as allows Major and Mrs Escott Small Cnptnin nnd Mrs Strnu bt l Oaptaiu Jtenzler nnd Candidate BaMett SUNDAY HBKVIO3S ME Church 11 n nlo Court House 3 m Court IIll1lfc730 pirn Poitmasters Appointed On recommendation of llppregenta the Hunter theiollowlng postmasters have been appointed in the llth Dis trlct Arthur Grant Major Owsley county M Bird Pleasant View Whltley county Uurgcrine Botner Vincent Owsley county iiiri Y Y V Y Y Urt 1 Vamps in tNewcutof s Shoes iOR SALE PCRAWFORD 2 i 1 SALOONS n I a ENGINE nUiudenishcriuli SALVATION p J 11 PhiolESSIo1lL CARDS J VtlKK lljlOIKR 0 xI tI oIHAG INS d nOWLI ATToRNrrls1c Li l5r Office over Jos rflc I M ACKSOV T1YO t r X 0All huslne xpitUstedluJt1euL will lecelve prO tllltDIIJoArel nt iflnllon t r+ r tyt- lNLNINIININHN NNNN 11 NINA t I r r- h C wi 1 1I j A II1tTb11 II tI trAWY II JAOKSON FJrhkV LI Ili J 4jINNI s i RMILROAD TABLBSJJ i I I Lexington S Eastern Ry LQOALT1MK iVBiri t i 4fKfffcllve October 17 1003 r East rNolv tW106 Dr3 Natural hridgq 435 i a5t t i I Torrent rOd440 IffMc ArJnckgon 015 1130II west Mound in Qt II i I 3Oally yr sslaAM PNIAr Lexington 1010 Oaiil Jr C20ClayStnnttui 828 4 30 Ii Nnturnl Bridge 601 401 i Torrent 717 847 yo0 826 O K function 029 280 Jackson 025 2 25 Not 3 and 4 make close connectlff rfor OuniiHl City acid I Kentucky Railway Ditiaoi dally es jfNodJunc JIhSterling I Non 1 and 2 connect nt Bentty vlllo Junction with L A A for Beatiy vllle dally excoiit Monday t MgrOIlS l O jEffective Septemhei r 1002 Hast Bound West Dound 0H ca= L sDI + H rHAM An PM AK AM LT LV 030 4J85 Jnckion 1ISL 850 025 280 0KTuno 1120 885 IJi52qU7tT fJ l f 51AI S I I hrva Irfxinnin at 710nn i I 1AIhllllnrl luH4 iiKHr Imln cllnlliots n U K Junction with train wlneh arrives HI VVlnohfster 620 und Jx= IHRIOII at 005 iM i- 1JLUn t GRASS TUAOlIOX COiI I Georgetown and LexingtoirJmc tibn Ootnjmnj iII1KHpili Lonvv Purls orrry hour from 7c 1 n m to 8 p m timid nt 10 p m Single are 40 cell taS + Ierr11 a m 11 m8 p m audit p m Leave Georgetown every hour from C RIII to 10 p m except 10 at tn12 m and 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER President u I rRU THE HAZARD = iIIBAPTIST INSTITUTE Y1j1 ope- nJANUARY r X 4 1QO4 I We hope to Imvo our now building ready b t this time It will bo nn elegant builditfg consistingof five well furnished rootiiSjtw w halls and nn ollico rite fuculty will consist of 41 Five First Class Teachers rp Special attention will bo given to the propar ation of teachers for work whilesother departments will not bo neglected Jtyond tho Common School Branches tho fol lowing subjects will bo taught Matlioiuat 4 ics to and including first art of Triouon ctry English up to Logic Guttural History of American loiitics Lliysical Geography Moral t 11 Science Psychology t aaTriltion Per Month rotaNSJ to Beard Including Fuel Lights Etc 5175to- For 3 further partitiulars call on or address 1Son 1 i tE F DAVIS j lrrtJ 1 I HAZARD KENTUOKT R Ii t i 4aSr ya 1H SPORTING WORLD C1 t Cnaelt Ifarrord Oarimen In Fred Colson the former Cornell cockswain Harvard will have a row Ing roach who is thoroughly with the famous Cornell stroke fnmlllorI tenchlngliestyle at Cambridge IICWIyI I V B COXSOM UAllVATDfl NBW BOWING CCUCU athletic committee Is Instrumental In r1 bringing Colson to that college Ho goes to Cambridge to study Instruction and administration in the Harvard law chooL although there Is no doubt Ind I teal motive Is to coach the crew III CollOQ has steered one champion Cor QeU crew to victory and successfully coached tbo freshmen crows for four years Wedera Bicycle Circuit Arrangements for a western bicycle racing circuit have been completed Denver Pueblo Salt Lake City an Ogden will form the circuit whlcb I being promoted by the miimigcru the luccessful Salt palace truck ii Salt Lake City This track has been a pronounced money maker for tour consecutive years the receipts of present Fear having been 27000 F Schcfskl is the manager of th circuit Dave Shafer Is Interested I sa a s2s521i25i FLOYD DAY PresIdent Q v Antomolille In Cuba autotnohilts ofthestropIyto 1400toCubanE lnotbcolleges of the west to meet the best men lu the east nnd that opportunity thoStr western intercollegiate chllmplono will be held and two we1 June 11 the path stndupssal Intercollegiate j will take place In the ill Dun r Will Defend 1IU Title Arthur P Duffey the Intercollegiate and worlds champion sprinter will de feud his title at the annual college championship meeting to bc hcld next May The announcement comes as an authoritative dental of the stories which here been printed frequently to the effect that Duffpy would not again appear In the Intercollegiate games Motori at World Fair With the Mississippi at hand fur trials the St Louis fair promises to establish nn epoch in the automobile and motor bont sport and Industry in this country Makers of bpth classes are preparing for an elaborate denloa stratlon of them during the exposition Tho Dlxoiiralmer Night X The reports of the recent Dlxon Palmer tight in England say Slink t was the best contest decided Oiere n4 years At the conclusion of tlio coU test Palmer said I held the rid minr too cheaply and I hoe been well beaten IXtV Oakeball Scheme nnllgtr Billy Clymer liar a mini scheme under his bonnet Ho wed tho east and west In n league made up of Jersey City Baltimore Buffalo and Toronto combined with Louls JJIf Columbus Indianapolis and Toledo Iloxlnir In Lou don Attendance at the boxing touts London hns been fair but the factrr IImains thnt the Britons will hot gtVc sUI n lire dollar note for any tight un Itss It Is International and n champVtv tflhlp McCovcrn Dealer Than Brer I feel better than ever remark th pugsEs t dorstod that I nm not a lend one by tta11 1 j 2Si iSHSESHSHSHEHSHS SSSSS3 SlIUIr HEAD Inlaiher n W FijRAWFOnn Vice President JIOIJT VANAttSDALL Ast Gashi- ii 11 1 4 I A K Kentuckye ONOp8IT BANK t Ill i gPai up Capital 1500000 St1050OogyJwWe solicit the Banking Business and accounts of rdlt Lumber Manufacturers 4r Timber Dealers 111I Business Men Merchantstc l Farmers C If f Tkrogtoat Eaetsrn Kentucky and offer our Caiiowcrt tbe most lBEF AL ER ulr Within tbeliinins of tegitimtte buiinees + t Y 0 Ll T g IALTY 4c 0 Ft irA STREET CAR GHOST I was driver of a bobtail ear rheICt 1 Jletwo passengci a in the car at the Um a saintly looking lilitef of charity and a man who looked a tramp In tilt last stage There was only ono nickel In the box and niter knocking repeatedly on the door I stopped the car and went Inside the tramp protested that lie hnd paid Ills fare and I turned to the nun Bj a gesture she signified that I should hand to the man n paper that was lying on the seat I did so nnd when I turnI trampdeclaredbe had been alone Utterly mystified I went back and started the car A little later the ramp got my name and address nnd mydoctorGwdoctorhI said If I am luny out with itt Xo no JUt said heurery sane wen have optical illusions now and then 1 dont want any more of em sold OPtlCJIIIIusJonsdoesnt f I should say not said the doctor But my opinion Is that you turned your back a minute and that the woman got off without paying her tare Probably she was not a real sister of charity The city is full of frauds Bhc made you take the paper to the SeegnowI thanked him kindly and went away and it didnt happen again Weeks went along and It was winter and as cold as Greenland and passengers more bothersome than I ever knew em when one day standing In the sta hies talking to Mike Gallagher the old fellow that watered tbe horses and al ways had a Joke for everybody I hennl my namo called Youre Wanted Jim said some one and I went out into the street and the man that bad called me pointed to a gentleman about as fine a looking one as I ever knew and be tho gentleman Walked up to me Its your dinner time Isnt IU said je Yes sir said I Ive got a few of minutes Come leftthTalked rue lute a restaurant close by the stables and said Call for what on want and I sawed It Then saM ie You dont remember Brown Y No air Bahl You r tt Jim t save me a paper about six uiontbt ago Said bea newspaper I asked your name Oh ohr said I Xo sir I didnt know you 1 begin to see the likeness but yotiyou I know said he I was pretty well down on my luck then See here lIe unbuttoned his coat a sealskin bless you and took out ot the bas pocket n newspaper Bead that bo Said pointing to where It was tolled r read It This is what It said It Ferdinand Melrose will return home all will be forgiven by his dying father nnd after that where he wns to inquire for further particulars Well I am Ferdinand Melrose 811YI the gentleman the black sheep of my fatally Long ago my stepmother made mischief between my father and my self lie forbade me his house and 1 rather went to the had No matter for my story Besides tho fare you Inquir ed about I had only a bottle of laudanum in my pocket I was going to Cen tral park to take It I should have slept myself out of life Into elernf und the city would have seen to my funeral if you had not given me that r paper I went to the plate mentioned and found ns I expected that money bad been left in a lawyers hands to take me home When 1 got there I found that my stepmother hall been dead three years and that my falh had been attacked by a disease that must be fatal We were reconciled an when he died I found myself a rich man I had kept Jim Browns address and I feel that I owe him something Nothing at all says I The lady line sistertold me to glue it to you What lady said he Id like to know myself said I and 1thrn T told him my story Is strange says lie I cou swearr that I was the only pnaseuf rev at the time I felt so miserable und t0 shabby that I purposely waited for a n empty car And another thing Is strange Jim Brown said he W bad a ghost in our family A nun la said to appear now and tines always to 1do good And my father declared tin at he was 111 slid appeared to him three times always pointing to my poi1 trait which hung in his bedroom and always conveying to him In some way fiat It was his duty to search for tae In fact she was tile cause of our recon dilation I couldnt say anything Neither ot us spoke about the thing again Jut when he Instated on starting we In tin eating house line I wasnt tool enough to refuse and as you seCt Im not a bobtail car driver any longer No I havent Been anything queer since that time and I cantsay 101 anxious but whether the lady wris what the doctors call an optical delusion its certain that she only did good all concerned Bless tier for cornIng Cblnena Fatten Until a few years ago bareljllf tt dozen Important newspapers were is sued In the Chinese language Ted y every large city however remote hal Its journals These usually contain besides the Imperial edicts extract from the Peking periodicals edltorla 1 articles nnd a special section devote + to European and American affairs am affording much enlightenment regard1 dog foretgnere and their wnys = Croup Tie peculiar tough which Indian tea croup It usually well known to th mothers of crouppy children No t1 should be lost In the treatment of and for this purpose no medicine ha received more universal approval iii Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pt Sot waste valuable time In expirmtBt matl3lhowbui Rife this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly die appear or sale by I AY BKOI Cr- i A y IWIif4 THE COTTON v L rIiJ SHORTAGE OF THIS YEARS CROP DUE TO THE LITTLE BUG While llnll Oiieriillurn irtnr Illrli With Illnlnir Prior ilioimnnilH uf Men Are nehrt uultcihllllh ler idle IalllI- SpecLtl CorrcipontUncc Now Orleans Dei 2ll The almost Unparalleled rise in the prlco of now cotton In the exchanges of Xmv Or leans New York anti Liverpool lies put millions Into the pockjjts of Uniilel J Sully the bull captaintimid Ills fol lowers but It has spelled ruin to hun dreds of men whoM optimum lend drawn them Into the bit camp while Its evil effect on the general Induittrlnl situation can hardly bo calculated The publication of the government trop report showing n yield of less I than 10000000 links 0102030 Jo bo Ydt Ihrote Ilia mnrlwt hdn n fu m Vr BY THt BOH WEEVIL 00TIIexcitement from which It hall not trrecovered Despite bull palled e majority of tho brow cxpfctcd A crop ons that of N emit intro lend bsateIf any short o- fsrvhlch was 10701Cil d Mill operators throughout this country and Europe driven to oxtem ties by the high pried which had prevailed during the fall had been post poning buying of winter supplies In confidence that with the Issuance of the government report the market would materially recede Their delay will cost them dearly Uvenxwl dispatches say that the manufacturers of the Manchester dl net are predicting n national calamity Khould the United States governments figures be verified W P Brown cotton t king for a time this year says tin- a cotton famine greater than any sfa the civil war Is Imminent Other s nee fifteen cent cotton coming The only ray of hope left to the bears Is that the authorities have underestimated the yieldCotton mills In Maine Massachusetts and New Hampshire are In pretty good nhape most of them having InUl in a nearly normal supply lit the beginning of the rise In time market and having nt the Mine time limited their promises to dealers and cut the wages of their cm ployees but In Ithode Island the UlIa tlon In very serious There line already been a cut In wages at Providence bar this Is likely to bo followed by another Uand It Is nut Improbable that some of the big mills will hove to shut down Some of the southern mills tire similar lyrituatcd It Is In England however that the effects of tho famine most deeply felt In Mancliesttftigrcat tae torles with acres of loans hare longer been Idle and others have betn running on half Imc The distress among timed cotton workers has been great Now that the prospect of a new and cheaper supply of raw material has been de troyed more mills will be forced to close and tho army of tho unemployed t will be vastly augmented The Miortage Is attributed lath by those who expected It and by those who did not to tho personal Influence of 1dthe Iwll weevil This pest made HH way Into Texas In 1801 and inns been ex tending Its lend of action with Incredl bio niplilty Congress tons been repeat edly nuked to come to the rescue 8cv eoral bUilt for tine repel of the affected districts were Introduced nt the lust session arid others have been brought Into tire congress now assembled line department of agriculture lens been conducting experiments with n view to findlnga satisfactory method for oxter mlnatlng tine weevil but to wage q auto eessfui war on the little belles will costa very largo sum of money land picking ly the only effective means of eradicating the lancets thu growers have dtacovcnl but that Is too natty and too slow The boll weevil Is n little horny libelled beetle with prominent mull lary palpi or sharp feelers It begins Its work when the cotton It In bloom en tiring the flower to extract the sweet pollen aiid at tbo same tlmo deposit Its eggs within the boll The eggs ortothree days The weevil passes through dnany changes tint reaching time pupa stage commences Jo eta Its WilY out of tile pall which withers nway Jell- Ing lIe dead lower It tiles to iunalhcr nnd begins Its work of destruction again It finally fallsto the ground burrows and turns Into a cocoon from which It emerges In the spring n full n beetle ready far lIullllles8 It i thrives peculiarly well In Yet weather ItB garages this year have cost tho rot ton growers of the south 30000000 nARY Ti MOOIIK SSSSSKSSSOSSSSSSSSSS csI LEETE d I1aIRIS bi CIVIL ENOINEEHS lalAND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention given to allolasseeof work and 11SATISFACTION GUARANTEED owT IJACKSOi vr i WORLDS FAIR NOTES 1Model schools for the blind and Old St oulsas It tys 100 yenro ago Ice Plant produces 300 tons of Ico dally Special building on Art Hill for sculpture Typical 49 mining camp In lIn- Ing flinch Juhlloo presents of the late Queen VictoriaOutdoor mining exhibit covering twelve acres Rose garden six acres In area GO 000 rose trees King Cotton a status in cotton 60 feet high I Sunken gardens 7GO feet long and 100 feet wide History of the Louisiana Purchase told in flowers J IIIiOOOOOOOof Education 625 by 7CO feet cost Palaco 3191199ffeet cost Towers on Palace of Machinery aro 215 feet tall Forty thousand horse power for Exposition uses- Iargeat silver nugget ever mined welsh Ave tons Fair opens April 30 1904 closes December 1 1904 enginein t nearlytwo s 3000horseappropriatedfor A United States Fisheries Building 133 feet square Revival of tins Olympian games rf ancient Greece Fifteen exhibits departments 144 groups SOS classes buildingsonOver fitly foreign government dlplayrhlllllplnft covers to a t1F11 AnthlO 81000 ell ogy Bulldlt 2C3 by 113 v cost 115000 Palace of HorUcutY re 400 by 800 feet cost 258000 Palace of cVnery 625 by 1000 teat cost = 1966 7 Palace of Liberal Art 625 by 150 feet cost 4 5000- Palaco ot Manufactures 625 by 1200 feet cost J719399- Conservatory 200 feet square In Palaco of Horticulture Live stock exhibit covers 37 acres 250000 for premiums Automobile chairs carrying twj persons reach all points ansd openeprocesses Halt a million dollar expended in rei cadea flowers ot every hue Fortyfour States and Terrltorle appropriate 5811500 International Congresses learned everywheres coachthe one Horace Greeley rodo in Model strawberry farm with 400 varieties growing thereon Aerial navigation = 200000 appro printed for tournament Amount raised by city of St Lou s and citizens 10000000 railwayt t Natural garden whore all North American wild towers grow OLD SPANISH MISSION STYLE New Mexicos Pavilion at the Worlds Fair le of Quaint Architecture New Mexicos pavilion on the Pla teau of States at the Worlds Pal has been designed after the style an old Spanish mission The plans were recently adopted and work on tho building wilt begin at once Tho building will bo of staff a story and onehalt high It will pro tent an Imposing frontage of 70 feet on one of the main boulevards and will have a depth of 50 feet On entering the New Mexico Build tag ono finds himself In a large reception hall To the right Is a room for executive and administrative uses To tho left are rooms for the commissions and superintendents of exhibits There will be a ladles and gentlemens waiting room The building Is designed especially as tho headquarters tor New Mexicans and their friends who visit the Worlds Fair and tbey will find plenty to re mind thorn of home Tho grounds around tbe romantic structure will be laid out in typical gardens Splendid specimens of cactus will be shown and many of the most beautiful flowers of New Mexico will embellish the place FRUIT DISPLAY IN OOOP HANDS Cot Ion D Nails committee In the work ot the Kentucky Exhibit Association Is a joint one having In charge exhibits of both agriculture and horticulture He has assigned Mr DL F Johnson ot Fern Creek Jefferson county the president of thu Kentucky State Horticulture Society to look especially after the horticul tural end of the display and Mr Johnson has called to his assistance tho following wellknown fruit grow era J M Garrett Fort Garrett S D McVcan Alexandria H F Illllon meyer Lexington Thomas L Dutton Bedford J C Hawes Fern Creek W J Lee Pitta Point William Cook Bowling Green G N McGrow Bayou and O Piper Clinton A Bargain for Satan One A nies small Farm In Lee county for sale The Larkin Stamper place on the besdof Bear Creek Nice dwelling god storebaou eribe and barn never falling water welt fenced Price rea lonabl and terms shy For particu larerapply to VIM JETT Winchester JrIBargain For Farmers The NwYork Tribune Farmer a national Illuitrated agricultural week rn The Great II Mortgage Lifter Q Iu mi address before the annual meeting of the Kniisus stale boir i of COIUIIIbUincnt I need not go tutu rtVtnll seer the grultiii that can be mUnl on n Knnsn y cornbutUntoIsration The former figure maybe till rrlCldtlgreen carpets of Kansas on which ho looks and trends so often ate the best cundluiciits known nml careful cx perlmenU have shown will save him lntI tuado most money out of hogs In ChrrukNI ounty have Jmss In pbu nut will we keep our cows knew deop lgrass and our hogs knee deep In lu a drive of nearly fifty unties lust spring over a good portion of two of our southeastern counties I was alton label to see hut ont fanner tint had I ndctiuatu pasture for Its herd of hogs Corn has been cultivated 200 years mud Its poMtbllltle are just being discov ered Without It our Puritan forefa hers would have perished rant we might hnvo lend no New Hngland Now corn culture U much dUctiMed ud rom breeding associations ore In vogue When will the nraw growersn torn an association read lay world the possibilities of groan Such variety of grasses as grow In K nll Such n world of teed an waitul The tiny of guns olng to hastnehamts to IM Tire I- Muny tarp g Jloaael- Io r tuuues do nut have n suitable I nt arrxcauto they think they can 0ani 1t A good rand serviceable o can be built that wilt not cost much and at the same time will give good satisfaction The plan U at tel lows Build It sixteen feet wide The length will depend Um Ibo number of hogs kept or the number of sown to farrow on tho form The building should run east and west and along the north side n uiuageway three and one half feet wide should run tho whole length of the building thus leaving all the pens on the south side It should he so constructed that movable pat titions can ha dropped Into place every wren feet making a breeding pen 7 by 1 i feet which will lw largo enough for S SOW There should be a window In each pen and Mow the window n door which should open Into a little Iqt or span Into which the BOW andpig cnn run on sunny days When Got be- a tag used as breeding pens tho partitions can be remove x ad It will make a sleeping house for the sfiutes or tilt hogs The trough should be placed directly under the partition adjoining the passageway and the partition over them should be so constructed that they will swing from the top so that when putting the feed In the troughs the pigs can be shut off Such a hog house Is not expensive and It will soon pay for itself In caring for and saving tho pigs Successful Farming nada Ire Litter of Ilai The accompanying Illustration sent to lire Breeders Gazette by N W Crockett of Mtoour shows a white sow with twelve pigs She had tided teen and raised twelve of theta Just after the pigs are born says Mr Crock eta I like to keep the sow as quiet as possible for the first twenty four hour I give her all tire water she wants to drink and time next tiny I glue her a little thin slop and a small feed of corn I usually Increase tier feel each tIny until I have her on full feed In about a week or ten day or as soon ns the pigs are liMo to follow I glru her sopso I J l AH INTZIlESTlXa rAUIIY rate pen where I teach the little tel town to drink slop und eat soaked corn I generally let the pigs wean them selves My sows that farrow In March nnd April will bring pigs again the last of August and the first of Septem ber They nrp bred before they wcun their pigs soon ns the sows show signs of drying up I remove them to another pasture and tho pigs do not miss thorn for they have learned to ent and do not depend on their moth era Krrp the risr anlnliitf The pig should never be permitted to spend a day without nn average Itx crease In wel htWhen a pig IMVUUVI settled in lid habit of making dully or rather constant gains bo will not cense It well ted whereas If the habit Is Interrupted by a period of short rd ions under the Impression that ho will gain taster when well fed tho feeder will find that ho was mistaken nun thnt he will not fatten nearly so fast ns if ho had been well fed all his life I ftcaldlnff huge Put the hog In a cask or trough and throw three or four handfuls of air slaked lime over it then put in your boiling water It will make the bristles fly There la nothing better I have been ushif tt for years There is no ugly smell like pine pitch tar or rosin nbout ltJ S In American Agriculturist ly of twenty Urge pagei has no super lora thoroughly practical and help ful publication for the farmer and ov err member of hll Tamil I allll the pub lichen as dltermlLJedJo Klvlt Ii a air oulatiun unequalled 17 any paper ot its class SUtPI Knowing that every enterprlilnR farmers Uay reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Trfunne Farmer has made up excit ingly liberal arrangement whloh en ables us to offer tho two papers at HI Iowa price tbd no farmer Sea aford YM rr I OATS FOR POULTRY A Ioultryiunit AVho llrller IB Out but He AltviiM Sunk Tliem In many papers I ate the statement that oats are not fit for poultry food HWeverythingelseNow I believe this same cunduiuiiHl paintrycheapest I hnvo been tII theta regularly for over twcuiy it r nul would not do without thim rdu not rvcoininiMid feeding them tlo In mire tIIIlohoullllongenough i i tllIllIthuslogs of outs to Honk and by next morn otthansame amount of bran and shorts niiuti i olllucnlonll yrnddltrgatayetoct out the soft oats Unit every Ill lightthnt oats 1P Guy the heaviest dean oats Ittbut and It would do you goodcnn buy drone and frame grow fr M lv urinal with wheat and corrw lu ration w vrnlng feed I beD for noon and by nil other brcod JVO It is orm Is oho hAm that oats In genre p tho ft lblo tlttl to devcl i all v lrIf lumb or pig hut these NJnave grir jirgi IQ In riHHiin oats to poultry toJet best nsiilts they JIIUlltobe eoakeor ixjde nod if In addition 1 to tints ra liberal amount of good grit hiafurnlVaed you will find oats au beeltas a hone and flesh former and nl ru nn excellent egg producer Try ttiem ns I have descrlbeil and i ee If your fowls do sot soon learn to love them Joo Farmer In Stockman and Xanner I E y- tPoultry mi Insect nolrojrrr i Pt- yThere is one advantage of keeping poultry on the farm thnt le Jenlmllylkoverlooked anti that Is the vsat numj her ot lusoatH destroyml b11t j If every Insect destroyed by a hen lei Y a day were counted and an cstlnintu nettle of tho number of Insects eaten by a flock of twcntyflvo hens It would1 atioty that hens are more useful In that respect than may lw supposed When busily nt work scratching the hens secure many grubs and +worm while tlio Inrviu of Insects also assist In providing them with food A Iock of turkeys will search every n oU and corner of n Hold for Insects i 1 III a turnkey can consume a large amount of fowl It will tnnkc away with u vast number of them each day Tho active guinea is ever on tho earch over tho fields for lnsects It does not scratch lent every blade of grass is looked over and It rarely comes up to tho bnrnynrd to seek food Its Industry prompts H to secure Its own fool nnd In so doing hundreds of Insects are destroyed The ravenous duck whoso appetite seems never satisfied will attemptto seek enough In the fields nod It cap lures not only Insects Jut the field mouse and small reptiles will be eaten It other food U not plentiful nut 1C Insects abound they will be content with eating them In preference fo OUT thing else Farm and Poultry Hevlcwv jiJA Nine White llurk Tire Illustration reproduced American Poultry Journal shows aI I tf J I ails iris TilE GOOD rot tmVbred and owned by Victor Caneday Taylors Fails Minn She Is very tine In lath color nnd shape and laid eighty six eggs in four months In her second laying year lice grandam laid over 200 eggs in a year silk nreed of Noun Silky fowls are not extensively bred in this country but In England they are very popular Their soft wculesu feathers when in prime condition are exceedingly loose and fluffy tnndlnitout from tho body in all directions giving tho fowl tile appearance of a large bird which their weight does riot JustifyThe cocks welsh tram two and a half to four pounds while the weight of the hens Is from two to two and a halt I pounds says n government bulletin The birds are of rather square com pact Cochin blood crested the cocks crest running back horizontally while t tho hens Is globular five toed feather f legged roan comb lumpy In appear ante and dark purplu In color ear lobes blue or purple tinged with white akin violet approaching black the coy ering of tho bones being of the same color shanks dark blue or black plum age white and downy Kllkles lay a small egg of n pnlo hurt color and lay ten to twcntyflvo before wanting to sit They make excellent mothers and aro very valuable to hatch and rear tho tender little ones of the more dcllcnto varieties to lose the opportunity Tire price of The NewYork Tribune Farmer Is 100 a year end The Breath Itt County News Is 1100 a year ltn both paper sent for scull year it you forward f126 to the News Jackson Ky Send your name and address to New York Tribune Farmer New York City end a Hpfclinfiu copy mil then Mnif rdid Lie msllyd tUYIIII or Subscribe for the K w1OI r I J per year 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