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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl I BREATIIJTTrrtOUNTY NEWSalII i oJo I qJ WIn lUoiNf Editor uud Publisher A NlCVVSlAlKt ltVOTKD TO THY iNTEKtlTS or BxtTEKN ICEJfTTOKT ONE DoLbAit Pin YEAR ix DHwl i rr w wM Volume III Jackson Kentucky Jriclay r2r 1904 Number 16 BRIEF ANDTO THE po I i NEWS ITEMS GATHERED IN THISI j AND ADJOINING STATES linrral rapier It Ilurlril ut Laneu Itr IKYNI uud Ooclnri llulr Up Kur Not IliyliiK Klc imrs Mm ilndlrtvil Kur lillllnft llursr t Lancaster Ky Jan 25 Gcncrn Daniel It Collier pension ugcnt fur Kentucky died sudfdnly nt thu Popi Banltarlum Louisville where ho lao been going frequently to ho treat for rheumatism General Collier on his arrival at the Institution Baturda c6fiiiilalned of twins In life cJWhen a nursu called to Inqulro ItJOo his condition fcho found hIm dead General Collier was adjutant generut under Governor Bradley and twit emu olllco under Taylor and he wai in charge of the Taylor troops Frankfort during the stormy pert that followed tho assassination e William Goebol Ho served as a voyor of tho port of Louisville dart ne General Hurl ons administration Tbo funeral took place at Lancaster Bradley Honored Frankfort Ky Jan 3Tho house an overwhelmingly Democratic Go paid Former Governor VO Ilrid the high compliment ota kii him to address that body Tho ex Cover was received with applause and bli ipeoch which was from n patriots chccrld1IrrUurnljoint resolution Inviting William Jen nnga Bryan to address the laglsla turo on February 3 tho nnnlvnrjarj of ho death of Wlllfiira wan adopted rcfoIuHonto aiJo urn February 3 and hold Goebel memorial S servlcvtf was also adopted OafeDlower Caught Lexington Ky Jan 21 luJlman colored was detected Slowing tho safe lu the ticket once ut tho Ix ulsvllle and Nashville rallw Ho had demolished desks and cat torod tickets nod papers over the CQor and was placing blasting powder J tho scfo when detected by J W W ticket agent Baughnjan jute pal through a window Wrist flrlnr at Tho pollco cauKht Baughman The machinist who opened tbu safo sail tho cnllro building would bavo bcw domolUhed had the fuse been light GJiFOH Murder n a Jan nn AV- Bfaka7 NI biacksmllh of Slzaonvl this comity whllo shoeing a hprso camo enraged at thu animal betaun It playfully nipped him on the Selling a heavy hammer ho strucl- 4ho animal over thj head fracturing Its skull from which It died IceIt 1 snow held under bond to answer an InIIctU lIt of the grand jtirr Crimes of this character are pool able under Weat VlrRlnla etattitea A penitentiary scntoncarof from ono to five years After Professional Men Lexington Ky Jan 25 City LI- ceuso Inspector C W Miller causct ageing1loc llcensn fee and Monday ho had Ii wI against physicians Ho will after Insurance agents on Tuoed and other lines of business will taken up In rotation Diamond Fields In Kentucky Portsmouth O Jan 20Apony of capitalists was formed h to develop the diamond fields dlicov eyed some three months ago by Mr M E Bryant of the Kuntucky Minim and Developing company In Elliott county just across tho river 011 and coal have also been discovered on t- t jiGOO acrefl leased by the company Want Senator Hanna If Frankfurt Ky Jan tlThnconcurred In the housa joint rose tlon Inviting Senator Marcus A nu of Ohio to address the general sembl of Kentucky By a ur ylou MaNTlegislature DudIlelegran- lrelv dhero announces the sudd I death In Now York city of Dlsh Thomas U Dudley of the Eplecu dloccso of Kentucky lII hop Dudley wtlh his wlftf has been at his mothe- l homo In rOW York city for save rnlIlef days Fear Flood Damage OwenrUoro Ky Jan 25 TJie Ohio lellrIVChlP lnt continues to visa ot the i I Jf two Inches an hour Tbu rntlarhls covered with swill trwvlng Ice II The river men nDel farmers In luVlands are very app rv hcnslvc of damages lhoTenneuu Republicans Jan 20 man HorcliesBof tbo Uopubllcnn s stdceutra comuiltteo has called a canat of Republicans fur April delegatesatlargourv Lee Turner Acquitted Mlddlcsboro Ky1 Jan 2LiLco Tur ner proprietor of tho Quarter House who waa charged with klllln ulY Sberlff barlclI Cecil In a fa ft8Ioa battlc 11 WABacQullled r by tho FloodednWheeling W Va Jan 25 Ily1n onethird of tho homes In the city xcro yhollyor partially lnundal and thb fall in temperature h caused a great deal of suffering For a New Capital Frankfort Ky Jan 21Tho house by H vote of 11 to 1 passed a bill np proprlatlng a million dollars for a nor state capitol building No Arrettt In Bedford Mystery amUcdfar4 Ind Jan 2C Ofllclala Inhru uro anxiously awaiting tho dcvel opment in tho mystery rl1Yth death of Miss Sarah Scbafvr a sequent to the return of Heltger ft Hloomlnfton and Chief of Pollco Inlell and Sheriff Smith of Bedford eatare reported to tare left Loultlllle this city Mayor Smith said Wo 11mbare no evidence which justifies arrest of any ono yet and BO far SB know no arrest will be made soon InvMtlgate Invettlgatcra 04lioness City Mo Jan 26Jr tho grand Jury that has been investigating chat ccs of boodllng rondo against thu litboard of cducAUon of Kansas City beIlan falls tofcrfn Indictments thu jurors JIAlmay he exposed blpIln another grantf J ry called though It was announced last week that f5 Indictments were to be voted was later dccUrtil that some mo tohers of the grand jury wero that clined to return true bills In Oven Gy2G11dlo Mm Elward Smith wa cliuppiuc wood her daughter flvo years old placed n baby brother In a hot oven closed the door and baked the baby to death bufjra the mother returned Tho oven had been heated for baking ayHad Great Progeny flgC ago ot buSG was the progenitress of 17 chil dren 08 grandchildren and ICS great grandchildren youeretPs I iurantr eveij bnttl of lioMnf Coughs Remedy sad will rein ti inunej In iiiiMie who li nit iatlf honrdafter using ton thirds ur the ao touts rode fi the bit remedy In I world fur U urlpp clinch culdi lotornnlalld whooping cough and to pie is and safe to Irks It prercnti any l1n1I1IIC1I1r a cold to result In pneumo nlaForaalf bj DAT HMiGo LH = A P CRAWFORD JAMES BROPHY A FLYON I WE Alltt NOW AT HOME IN THK Crawford u i Id i lug S rAndfondost hopes We are dtel toythe patronage wo have received in infIO n f NEW CLEAN AND FRESH i And wo propose to maintain our reputation furhandling ando 1 if Fair and Honorable Dealing And the inpsit courteous treatment 11 ALLand S- Res EE U PeetiullYtT1 AP CRAWFORD Gi NOI 1 GoT04CY SWKPT AWAY I Dtulti Ioltow In ViiUe of 1IIIlouI Torniiilo In AIiili iiiu Hlrmlnghara Ala Jan 86The to tat number of toad nt Mmmdfllle ai entho recall of the tornado is US six ot spnhom aro white Tho number of la estimated at G5 of whom about a dozen are expected to dIe measures art being ialion by of TuHcalcoRa under tha load cmhlp of General W W Brandon atl Jutant general of Alabama Ilipili from tho female collogco cit Tuscal110arfcii are at Moundvllla serving tool to tho destitute and aiding tho Injured tlylvery bURlnesa In tho village with the exception of a flmall drux store was completely destroyed The tornado struck tho city from the southwest and mowed a patch a qoar tor of a mllp wide through the town wearingiota np of 10 miles through what was n for but which IB now as clear on If tlto cut by tho woodmans ax Frol cars were torn to splinters trucks from thorn being hurled hun dredj of feet from the track The depot tho hotel warohousia glnc 30 homes sail storehouses worn corn plctely destroyed Where they U U Impossible to flat oven the pill ors on which these ttructurea rMtcd- Dales of cotton which wore stored warehouses wore torn to atoms of Itut lodging In tree making It appear BS though that sec aslion had been chatted by n snowstorm Iron safes tho doors of whlcn In some Instances were torn from their binges were carried away by the force of tho wind A young clerk employed by W P Pilfer hearing the terrible roaring the storm let himself Into a wall tho center of the store Ito had uo sooner found his place of safety whi tho storo was complotoly demdllshad Ho was drawn out uninjured lileckeduU01arkersburr 0 2GTbe- us Parkersburg arc dra rhvwllter Tide Includes the kashawaato tarPart the town almost up to Th street while among tbo resider lbtl1artl nivorslde llpcchwood and thb ISoUlh Side arc pretty well lnundal All the puullc buildings available are occupied by persons from the looiloa districts and several hundred per sons were driven from their homes whllo many are living In socona stories of houses that are partly un tat water Iluslnoss houses and factories are flooded Railroad traffic on thti Ohio river division of tho naltlmoro- VI and Ohio railroad to the north nod on the Ilttla Kanawha railroad Is ontlro ly suspended Dalesa nnnual meeting of tho stewards of the Orind Circuit trotting races was held hera Nearly all tho UntO of the two ijos alone was given up to hearing the re quest and tho discussion that tho ell cult bo started a week earlier Tho following date wcro decided upon Detroit July 183 Cleveland July 2530 Buffalo Aug 1C BnpIro City Aug 813 llrlghtou heads Aug 11 Hcadvllle Aug 2257 Provides Aug 29Sopt 3 Hartford Sept 6 Syracuse Sept 1217 Columbust Sept 1921 Cincinnati Sept 2G 0 i Memphis Oct 1727 Tug Sinks Crew Rcccued Loraln 0 Jan 25ln an effort to uJthlove somo of the craft swept out iii the lalo by Fridays flood tho Haiti more and Ohio lUllroad companys 1111tUI Cascade was sunk about 1000 foet ticnda hoary snow al great Ice floes Tho 13 men of the paheck u q began to sink Thero Is about 10 of water whore the tug sank and effort will bo made tp ralso It wh the weather clears The tug In valued at 120000 Daughters of Confederacy to Meet I Nashville Tenn Jan 22Mrs A T Smllhof Charleston S C presi dent of tho United Daughters of Con I fedcracy and Mrs A W Oakley i St Louis president of the Missouri f district Daughters of the Confederacy havo notified Mrs John P Hlckman of this city secretary general that tho annual convention of the Unit odof Daughters of the Confederacy will tie held In St Louts Oct 4 to 8 1804 and rt 7 has been designated Confeder iOct day at tho Louisiana Purchase Boat Sunk Three Drowned ndI t Cincinnati Jan 25Tho Ico arou l Coney Island gave way and sunk tho r towboat Adollo at Browns Landl east or this city together with a bar i of coal Lolls 15000 Throe teen J I ployed on tho Addle whoso nome could not bo learned are missing 11 I supposed to have been drowned ThgJ river has been rising rapidly horu since Sunday midnight Koreans Loot Homes J Seoul Korea Jan 25 Korean dlers and police at PyenKyong rinsed as robbers havo looted all tA I wealthy natives houses are growing very uneasy over tho dltlon of affairs Tho natives seoi ill aro apathetic Tho weather I1extremely cold- FiftySevenI Below Zero Duluth Minn Jan 2Grho went- orf at Pekegama dam near Grand Rn ids was 67 degrees below zero I the government thermometer titer At Hlbbtng It Is 42 below and 48ITwelve Men Killed Johnstown Pa Jan 21 Twelvo 1 11 J men aro reported dead and many fn J M asa result of an explosion at the CurabrU Steel companys plant l 1 r kt- A 1 JlllY I1OMS IIAUimOV Sliijor of Chicago lu Answer With Others for Iroquois Horror Chic Jen GAflcr hearing cvt fleict tr tJirZo weeks relative to tho litniioii theater horror and the cent tlonn oltlnp about that pluyhoucu at the thnc if the disaster tho coroners a rdlctIIIIto atvp It tho artiiit of thd grahd jury Carts r If Han mTTTiaydrfif Chicago WI J Davln proprlqtor In part and ma of tin theater George Williams building rmmisslouor of the city EJ ward I unilln building Inspector un der Williams William Sailors fire man In th theater James B Ciim mlnss stai carpenter William iul ln who iin charge of tho light that caused tin lire In relation toJIayor Harrison thu verdict reads aa folloiw We holo Carter 11 Harrison as mayor of the stcty of ChlciKo responsible ad ho has JgaSbllNt a lamentable lack of force nnu reeponslUillltheing ComjiMneluner Williams and Fl Marshal MuBhamjAB heads of doper manta under tho said Carter IL Hu clone following this weal course has DOliJlvcl Chicago Inefllclcnt ecrvlcu which makes such calamities as the Iroquois theater horror n menace un tit tho lllIlIc service Is purged of In theCOtlllctentll Three Dead Eleven Hurt St LouU Jan 20TGd Denver ex press on the main line of the Burling ton was run Into from the veer by a heal passenger train while taking water at Gardena creek about 40 roll Ix north of here and three passenge- of wore hilled four seriously injure- In and sawn badly hurt The wreck currcd on a bridge over coQck The bridge and twd care ol Uio local train and the local each woro horned The express traIn was running behind time because of t blizzard weather and had stopped tank Just after clearing tho bridge alto water Suddenly warning the local train crashed In Iiccpassenger cars lOllwero badly demollxhcd and the bridge was filled with debris which took fire To Honor Naval Hero Washington Jan 2G Tho senate heard further discussion on the ques lion of appointments to office made In limo congressional recesses listened to a speech on the Isthmian canal quell tlon by Mr Morgan and passed a numbyr of bills of a semipublic char solar As a result of the debatd the appointment question a resolution asking for specific Information ccrnjng tho nomination of W O Cruir aa tOlloclor of customs at the parlor Charleston S C was passed A olutfon cocking for similar Informatlor concerning tho nomination of Brlga dler General Wood and other army oflcer wont over Among tho Gassed was ono authorizing the tlon of n monument to the memory ol John Paul Jones Will Doom General Mlles ceChicago Jan 22 The Iroquol which prominent Chlcap 10Domocrnlo belong Is preparing o ctboom General Nelson A Miles as the man to ribmlnato for president on tho Democratic ticket tlild year It wa learned that a committee of the clu has been authorized to arrange forte a banquet soon at which General Mile18 will mak2Jh principal address nd bo t a bona fide candidate for tho iircglACncr General Miles bas been 1nvltedC to attend and has nc copied Tho date of the banquet has not yet been fixed The Ito uols Is ono of tho leading Democratic ganlzntlons of tho west setRemains Will Lie In State bod1enI pll copal diocese of Kentucky arrived from New York and In charge of escort of Masons was taken to Dudley homo on Third avenue Thu body will Ho In slate a portion of day at Christ Church cathedral that e funeral services being h61d on Well nesday Bishop Tuttle of Missouri will preside at the ceremonies and among those Who will assist him arc Bishops Oallor of Tennessee Francis Indiana Petcrkln of West Virginia Burton ot Kentucky and Haiylolph Virginia exShot Jetts Companion- SJackson Ky Jan 2b News ha been received hero of the shooting oi Tlckoy Tom Tharp by Matt Sloan It Leo City Wolfo county Tile arose over a card game Tharp w lngshot In the arm and through the 11eand has small chance to recover Hi emas a jail companion and an lent witness In tho trial of Curtis atlllslnco convicted of the assassination B Marcum and Jim Cockrlll KoreaIDeclaration Paris Jan 2GsA dispatch from deouL Korea announced that tho sqrralt government had made a oventQlersliter It was announced from conthat a cablegram had been Siproved of Koreaa declaration of ueu traVlty ArmsP LewtIz young mu accompanying FIckcr had her around him and after a long on the part of young Picker sho dls covered that ho was dead Tho coro ner decided that death was duo t9 hpart failure t4 r MINERS ARE TRAPPED1 Explosion Locks Two Hundred In Underground Prison ALL ARE BELIEVED TO DR DEA Hope For Imprisoned Miners 4V lpIdlrrcurl lIa III that Appurrntly Olcil After IteliiK In the Mine Hut u Short Time Plttsburg Jan 2GDr W B Me Cullough of Cheswlck who has been In the mine for two hours has t como to tho surface and told the pre representative that In his opinion none ot the miners who were In the shaft at tho time of the explosion la alive Ho thinks It will be sever hours before any of the bodies can be brought to the surface LPlttBburg Pa Jan 2Tbe bell r2lhat many were alive was rudely chit when the body of Selwyn Taylor Irwas brought to the surface Ho been dead for several hours and now hopes for the other Imprls oned men have been abandoned The rescuers are being brought out coated with Ice drenched to the skin and un able to walk They report the dead aro scattered ono above the other as thick as pine needles Water is fast pouring Into the mine covering the corpses with a shroud of Ice and mak Ing the work of rescue almost Irapoa slble Afterdamp is collecting In quanlilieli rePittsburg Jan 2C It Is now U llcvcd that all of the 180 to 190 men Chcar0n are gallineup again but only one miner of all those atthat went down to work Monday has been brought to the sur face The rescued man Is Adolph tlGunIa and he is still In a scmlcon condition at the temporary hoi IinpllaJ at tho rude schoolhouse on tha above the mine In addition to the miners who weree at work when time explosion occurred It Is now believed by all of the men of the rescue party who have come up the 220foot vertical shaft for a warm fag and breathing spell that Selwyn M Taylor the Plttsburg mining enl necr who plotted the mine and who was tho first to reach the bottom tho explosion happened Is also noon w nmong the list of dead Of those In the mine all aro probably dead JRho explosion occurred at 820 oclock Monday morning slid tho first warning was tho sudden rumble un Oilder ground and then a sheet of flame followed up tho deep shaft Both mine rages were hurled through the tipple 20 feet above the landing stage listho thrco men on the tipple were oehurled to the ground A mule Will thrown high above tho shaft and fell dead on the ground The Injured men wcro brought to this city at one U where two of them have died since As soon as tho nimbi of the explo slon and tho crash at the pit mouth startled the little village the wives and children of tho men below ruche to tho scene of tho disaster but to 1gain no encouragement There was to get Into the deep workings Tire cages that let the men Into the mines and brought them out agalu when the days work was done won froth demolishedrAll day long there was a Jam 01 waiting women and challdren about tho mouth of the pit There were ubcalla for assistance and for gurgle orald from the men In chargo of mine but It was not until 4 oclock In tho afternoon that the first attempt at rescue was made This was a failure an the two men who volunteered were driven back by foul air allThere Is a light In every cottage In hethe little hamlet stove the pit mouth There Is still a crowd about the moo InQof the shaft but It will probably hours before tho full extent of t catastrophe Is known Senator Burton Indicted St Louis Jan 25The fedora grand jury returned an IndIctment against Joseph Ralph Burton Unite States senator from Kansas charging or111m on nine counts with acccpttn five checks of 500 each from tho lUalto Grain and Secui ties company while a United States tcnator for his alleged services In In tcrcedlng with the postmaster general chief postofflca Inspector and other azhigh postofQce oOlclals to Induce dythem to vendor a favorable decision en affecting the permission or 01Ihe Rialto company to use the malls tUMajor Hugh fJ Dennis president or asowith him are named dlctmont an the men who made the check to Burton Old For Miltons Manuscript nlallulcrlptnilferedror sale at auction but the re servo price 125000 not being reached rlit was drawn otter IP bId of 2760-I aacertrbiddersTo Buy Washingtons Sword Washington Jan 26 Senator appropr1allnloGeorge Washingtons sword from hIs IIGI1Ind niece Virginia Taylor Lewis IrmMad Dangerously III neeZmellvfUe 0 Jan 2Gl1r and Mrs Henry Butler and son Harryar dangerously jll as the result of eat has dried beet which had been trust I with ormaiqehyde W L EVENTS OF THE WEEK ITEMS SELECTED ANDARRANQED FOR 3NVENIENCE Thorouhlrothe Duy by 1 haply Gluiiclux Dotvn IIlbI ColumnTlKSDAY Total number of typhoid canes In Columbus 0 Is 409 deaths 15- Ynrdmnstcr Edward Mochel 32 Gallon 0 was found crushed to tootu between cora Floyd Thurston 8was accidentally sashot by his 10yearold brother white playing with a shotgun at Thurston O At Tokyo Takashlma the Japanese Interpreter for the Russian attach altutu arrested on the suspicion of nc ing as a spy Lola the fiveyearold daughter of Allen Norris a farmer near TllOn 0 ofwas fatally burned while lighting a ItpIece ot paper at a stove Three persons were burned to death 11and 3000 In cash consumed by flames of a fire that destroyed a dwulllijg at MornlngBlde near Plttsburg Colonel Arthur Lynch leader ot Irish brigade against Ungllsh th hoc war convicted of treason and se tenced to prison for life Is out parole MONDAY James Clark the leather King dead at PlaInfield N J Estate at 10000000 I I Fire In the Masonic temple 20story 1 skyscraper Chicago caused a panic Leaa50000 3 Diamonds valued at 12000 were found on James Walter arrested In Chicago Ho is alleged to bo an pert Jewel thief e1 Fifteen lives were lost In the wrec Ki schooner USI Olhlersand elections determined to upon an Investigation Into the made against Senator Smoot the Mormon apostle Chicago millionaires ore organizing to promote a gigantic philanthropic work for tho colonization of the slum population ot the great American cities upon farms SATURDAY The plant of the Wloblo Soap comer pany Ironton 0 was totally de strayed by lire Loss 30000 InsuY once 20000 In the senate Senator Forakcr seated the credentials of Senator na for tho term ot six years beginning March 4 1905 to Ned Fowler actor Columbus 0 suicided by shooting In the JJ of his bride and a doctor Idncss the cause More than 1500 men in thQ building trades at Paterson N J who havo been locked nut for a month bavo re turned to work Tho sultan has ordered that general amnesty be granted to the Bulgarians and Macedonians who havo been i m prisoned for participation in tho dis turbances The body of Miss Sarah Schaefer teacher of Latin in the Bedford Ind 1 high Echool was found in a carriage house She had been assaulted robbed and the FRIDAY body mutilated ntll Unusually low temperature in southern California Peanuts are a luxury in Philadel phla Southern peanut raisers nro With thIs isaue1hs Kim xv 1 htlIrove eaoh week so help aloe planting cotton Three men were killed by bursting of flywheel at Cambria Steel com panys plant Johnstown Pa Alderman McCool and exCity Clerk Lamorcaux Grand Rapids Mich pleaded guilty to accepting a bribe E A Ell r banker New York oily was committed to hospital lietGlnka he ought to kill President1 R66sovelts At Columbus OW D Brown of FIndlay journal clerk of the senate was found unconscious In his room overcome by gas fumes Ho will re coverTho brain of George Francis Train weighed 53S ounces and ranks Ac cording to records twentyseventh In list of brain weights of 106 world famous men THURSDAY Charles Martin 20 Bridgeport 0 was cnichcd to death by the falling oft the walls of a mine chute Clgarots caused the Insanity of Miss Fannie Trenabb Chicago She had unokcd 15 a day for years Mrs Arthur Oswald PatcraonN J was arrested having been accused ot beheading her eight year old son Reports from Berlin are to the et tact that France has decljned to prom Iso Russia armed aid In event of war with Japan Dynamite was found hidden la lump IIof coal at the Born Brewing compa IIInis plant Columbus O No cause or clew Is known WKDXKSDAY IIThousllnds of quail have died as a snow and continued cold weather In Ohio John A Russell chief of police Co Iambus 0 died from an apoplectic stroke Ho had been chief but a week Citizens of Russia are Incensed against England believing the Utter country Is secretly siding Japan la war preparations Mrs Winflold Warnock one of the pioneer residents of Portsmouth 0 was perhaps fatally burned while starting a fire with coal oil King Peter of Servla according to from Ccttlnjc Montenegro II orIllrcptred voluntarily to renounce the allow the yaarcra to noml ale his successor TREACHEROUS aionos- Ancrunu qnicrr KUUdWlill Par leying With XatlvM Manila Jan YGit has just been learned that Lieutenant Campbell W Flako of the Twentysecond Infantry was killed while trying to outer More Cotta In Mindanao for tho purpose of examining tbo locality Hu was au companled by Private Foy of the same regiment Lieutenant Flake was LIthot treacherously tho Mores firing on the party while Major Dullard web parleying with thorn More Cotta was nt once taken by assault with no fia lher loss to tho expeditionary forces 111Tho estimated loss smear the Mores killed Rescued by Llfefavers Toledo 0 Jan 25 Another gor formed In Maumco bay and at mid night the water had reached a point usher by several Inches than It was at any lime Sunday and was sUit rising at the rate of three Inches an hour It Is ono degree below zero and getting colder very fast Sunday morning the four men imprisoned on the terminal bridge draw and four men on the draw of the Wheeling and Lake Erie bridge worn rescued by the crew from the Marble Head lifesaving station A ropo was shot over the bridge with a cannon and the men slid to safety In the breeches buoy linHead A P Crawford Cos ad in this issue Try then S S2 5iSa525ZS2Z Sc5aunc ZS2525r2Sc5u 25c 1 KV t Here We jjire The Celebrated t I HAfNAN SHOEIthi The Best ou Earth PRIQE SOO PR rOE I lJ A BtU f DAY BROS CO Inlaosol Ieltuoky bZ 91K25Z5d s pa fi52SCS25i5i52 r TRY TIlE I a- r BREATHITT HQUNTY NEWS r t iff 1 4- L d- w 1r ri i Wi 4 t rJIjJ 1 Jt 1 Ir t =1 THE IRiATHITT NEWS ir J WII HAQINS Editor 0Vt 6 nwr January 30 1904 i rOaN D WHITE CawYer Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg- LoulirllU Ky WiU praatlae In State and U S Court Stys rod semis Real Estata Keep I good lid of Farms at fair place Spe clal attention glven to Oil Coal and Timber land Reports values on ap plication Director for the New Era Land Company Circulation more thin FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies es sWK will accept advertisements on a guaranty that our paper Ima A more than twice the circulation in Dreathitt County of tiny paper published Our paper goes to ev r ery post office in Perry County and almost ever one in Lee Ma a goftin Owsloy und Wolfe Coun ties If you want to reach the noun tain trade try an ad in the DnxA- TIn CorjNTT NEW Judge O X Bowling who has been In Missouri and Arkansas for serer- weeks on business returned home la Itturd ay lie will devote all his tim c to Lie law practice Ira Bud Lawson and Mrs Marlon Larson and Green Lawson and Blgstaff lawson all of Frozen we hern business Wednesday 0lib Henry Evans Is very sick with FJeumeniaCredit due Kelly Kasu for the ed itorial work and to Thomas Marcum aid Edgar Bryant for the mechanical work of this Issue as I was busy set ting up the new press and our printer f easaway on an Indefinite leave uf nb tense Ml s Pearl Troy of this place who It attending school at Hazel Green came e tip to attend the ShackellordTray wedding Combination Offer By our liberal terms with the pub 4 lishers of other papers we are able f to furnish you two papers for a little 4l more than the price of one Ve cnn k sere you money on any paper you vi to take We will furnish you THE 1BREATi1ITT COUNTY NEWS mid either of the followlll- lCourllrJollrnoly Louisville Herald Chlaago InterOcean Cincinnati En julrer Lexington Leader Imo ue and Farm or New York TribuneFarmer One Year For Only 12 s No tine should be without n paper when lit can buy two of the best In 11 country fur so little money 011 And the formations b which It Is fnut Rend 20 cts for the 01 1rospectu Guide WII FAULKNER 5Farfleld lawn Tlu Rev Iri It hicks 1001 Al nmnnc itTheRev Irl R Hick Almanac for now ready It will be mailed to lurllrlsInstan be sent prepaid so cheaply No family or person Is prepared to study a the heavens or the storms and weal h l er In 1804 without tide wonderful Hicks almanac end 1rof Hicks splen dU paper WORD AND WORKS bulb are sent for only one dollar n year 11ORD AND WORKS is among the best American Magazines Like the Hicks Almanac itIs too well known to need further commendation Few men have labored more faithfully for the public kood or found a warmer place in In the hearse of the eonlu Brad orders to WORD AND WOUKB IUD LoIISWo ROWS THIS SUIT YOU The boat 500 Shoe 8500I Made I I Sulu Uy t r IDayzBiUS C0 L kKentncky JfIKYiI i 1 10RRENT Miss Amanda Gllloy of Zaaharlab was visiting friends at RldgffOodJunc tlou last week Au Gpldtmie of measlus is making the rounds of our neighborhood Master Benjamin Jonas the Junction mall boy and George the young son son uf 11 G Mart no are the two worst oases Mr and Mrs Leonard Barnes Jnu e Baker were visiting relatives at Bow en last Friday and Sataurday Mews Henry and Cane Spencer and Jacob Bush members uf Torrent Lodge I 0 0 F were present at the organiza lion of anew Lodge at Filson last Fri day night Married by Rev J R Savage at nth e Court View Hotel Winchester on tle 21st inst Mr Curl Ashley of Rldge woop Junction and Miss Ethel Sparks ofSllonm Springs Arkansas Mr Ashley la the son of 0 T Ashley of the lunation and Is n young man of good character and nn exceptionable business qiinllilca Isis bride though not known here seems to be II charmIng young woman Time bridegrooms parent Mr end Mr s 0 T Ashley and a sister Mrs A I Moore were the only relatives present ut the ceremonT The young couple will make their home for a few months nt the irsilene of the bridegrooms parents nt the Junction We extend a sincere wish for A future of marital newljuIt R Adams of Zucharlah paid a business trip to RIdgewood Junction last weak Cifaty Miss Martha Bush of Kuchariah wa ylslllng relatives at the Junctlen last week Campre at stave factory at the Junction and secured employ ment In the Big Woods timber lulus tries In Menlfeo county Robinson moved his family to their new home matt Monday William luau Jr teat in Lexington Monday Mrs C T Ashley gore n reception on the night 22nd Tart in inane of her son Mr Carl Ashley and bride Relatives and friends present w ere Mr and Mrs Karl Ashley Mr and Mrs A I AnoreAlrandMreU1AehleyAlranEre d d Mr Clifford Junes Three brideis i nd bridegrooms grncos the board with presence A daughter and two tons of the fnmily all having married since last May A omnllpox scare Is again arising in tiN section of the county Albert Samples of Little Sinking U the only eh00e a well defined ciao of the disease lives about eight mlle front here David Baker of Kncharlnh was nccl dently shot through the fiend while handling a revolver loo careless 1 si week Mr Jett Adams of ncharinh has re turned homo from the Berne College to which Institution he went but two weeks ago Smnlljiox hud broken out mid Itt was thought lo hire been ex posed to It hence hit return home IICual and Tlmbr Land Wan td Wanted one hundred thousand acres of tnlamid timber liiinls In Knslurn Captr0 E SMITH Lexington Ky Lilt of unclaimed matter advestlied by Daniel Hurst post master til Jackson Ky January 27th 10CI Dud sent to the Dent Trotter olllce nt Wash ingtoii D 0 for week ending Febuary 10th 1004 Biiiley Iura- lItmGRrlr Henry Cmiipbell Ghns Cause Oullle Charles Willie Harrison G It Jesse George Mays Mary A Morris Martha A Muiiford J I1 Nulls If5 Nulen llmtule Pews John Rachel MIll- rulllllnsull Iti A Walsh William 2 Divolf Daniel Martin Laura n D inert P M Willie May the Infant daughter of HO inert of this city hate been very ill durh g time past few weeks and N not expected lo live Knsh Williams of Stevenson In thl county a omit r pupil of the 8 I Lees Uollegiale Iiislliue here lass again en tered the ichool Knsh if n promlalng young man having received two medals in this school i one a scholarship medal one one which he received legit year ill the otatorlcnl contest New Drujr StoreI Dr O II Swango and Dr W P Hogg Dune opened up n drug store III the OarJwell Building under the na tie of toe Jnakson Drug Company T E GHP a Registered Pharmacist of rIIIIvllle is in churlIOdd Fellows Locftfo nt Haant Robert Thomas has begin cnus his lonI ed by the G and L dgp of Konttt kr 10I institute nil Old Fellows Lodge nlI Hazard consisting of about thirty n e nbers He will g t llatuid Sun day mind will he accompanied by S IIIStldham Will Kversolo nod oilier o- tlieplnce ro V John Dean r Stone Mason Foundations Stones a Pillars INSTITUTE ITEMS Prof J F Lukens of Lebanan 0 under his management thorough and fKchml work Is assured lie lass already nearly fifty pupils enrolled In this department Miss Allen Drake of Ashvlllft N 0 a graduate of the Normal Training School of that city and Miss Mar t Ashby of Parkvllle Mo and a grads ate ol Park College have charge of the Collegiate and Intermediate deparl manta They were connected the Institution during the past Av months and have shown great ofllelen oy In the work cluingtf Miss Evelyn Byrd Ray of Edmonton Ky a graduate of the College of Mush at Cincinnati 0 Already the work In this department shows remarkable promises to eclipse In results any previous term of the school Literary nnd debating societies has e been formed In which the young pen pie of the school mny participate and which will prove to be helpful auxll lariats Preparations are now being made for appropriate exercises on Washing tons Birthday This will consist f musicals aecitations declamations Ac There will also boa declamatory con tst between time young men of the school and n contest between the young ladle for the best recitation in both of which contest medals will be awarded The work of the Leess Collegiate Institute at this place U meeting the favorable approval of all patrons and those Interested and at no previous term Ins more rapid progress beet nude In every department of the soh jl the work that Is being turned o it bespeaks the excellence and abllltj of the instruction Able teachers an found at the head of each branch In the school teaches exectutlve as well as mental ability and their efforts are being manifested every deparlmani There are now over three hundred pu pile enrolled surpassing any prevtoui enrollment r t K ij I n n D WATCHES Of the best American wakes 100 250 300 and S 500 and UP- HE1NTZ THEJEWELER OITOSITK PHOENIX HOTEL LEXINGTON KY u ij 4 I 1 I I b TRY USONWATCII REPAIRING HFINT7r Judge Miller reports that the Illegal snle of whiskey which has beencerrfsn on on Hunting Creek In the past ten or twelve years item beet slopped lie further says tint the neighborhood was never more or derly than now ret some other nelgl borhood try the same method and le- the t officers of the law do their duly and the Blind tigers will soon be a thing of the poet in this county Attorney J JC Buckand wife of tlmis city went to Cincinnati timid Cov inglon Monday returning Wednesday MrDnoli went to try sn injunllon proceeding in the Federal Court before Judge Cnchran III time COte of Paul Suluifter of Cliicliinallagaiiitt S F Taulbee of this cmuny The met er n conloversy innIotalogs about twenty five hundred that the defendant have removed from n large boundary of land claimed by Schuster for which he seeks to rooovor ton thou mid d illnrr In damage v lloiacopatliio I Dr Hutching of Carlisle Kentucky grnduiilo of thin College of llomeo pithy I melt n t Clio airileJ lm Jackson Tuesday night with a Thew of locating hero While wo have several physicians in our town already we have none who are products of this special branch of medical science We hope that the people will ihow to Dr II ulchlllg n kindly welcome that he may make thin his permanent home and find his work both pleasant and profitable jj t i- 1 1- t1 tfii = I Normal and Business Department ofdjCees Collegiatensillle WILL OPEN January 4th 1904 jravxrrjEsg w ngy orAiw girMgy wr sr frr aeaigri3 PROF J F LCKENSIO longand favorably associated with the Inatitution will again conduct the Normal Work Ex and thoroughly competent teachers will be in charge of the Business Department BUSINESS- PllIMAilY MUSIC ACADEMIC COLLiUGIATl MANUAL TItAlXIKO- NOUM AI DOMESTIC SCIENCE HOARDING DEPAKTMEXT Students Normal or Business Courses may take advnntal1e of time Academic and Collegiate Departments with ollegeeof the land Tuition and Board Call on or address M L GIltrON Principal Jackson Kentucky drime taking of depositions In comIAlanisRoberta contest case was menced at title place Monday Jan Y5 Mt Adams Is represented bt linn Janet Andrew Scott of Frankfurt one of the molt des I g is ed awyer In Kentucky while Mr lloberli Is epee neiited by Pollard and Repwlne of title puce It will be remembered that JlimO + P Adams of Maogoflln County was the republican nominee for Common wealths Attorney in the twenty third judidicial district composed of ihe counties of Magfflin BrealhlttWolfe Lee and E tlll that he was opposed by James Roberts of Lee County who was the democratic nominee The contest for the ofilce was a hot and spirited o e slid when Hi eUctlon came nnd paseil It was found that the vote In the rare was very rinse On the taco o the slant Adams was elected by n safe majority bul these returns era said to have been mutilated mud changed In the Onkdnle p eclnct so as to glee Robarts a majorl f Here Ihe certificates held by Ihe election officer show that Adams rc ctlvd one unnamed votes and Roderts lone hunbre1 and sixtyfour but they appear to have been changed so as lo vlve Adams only ten votes and HoberU two hundred ane sixtyfour anb heie Is another dlwjrepancy The cipher In the unit place In the 100 Indicating Adams vote was erased giving Adams nlr ten voles and as the records appear the 161 Indicating Roberta vote was clunged to Ml snaking a total vote of two bund red ami sKveiUjrfntn buntireclnct This in a slight dnscreapwy t leek In mathemntlcal kill Thl I only tine of tilt maiy appearance of rand 5 only one one of the nanny niean teed by Ihe political machinists in thwarting mind hanJIiasppIng the will if the people We do not mention the + pen framl ht was verpeirateil III Ihe Frozen precinct How when there was no stgi if distuthancH and the people + ell ntlng smoothly four aufdli rs were lispached there end stationed nrtiml the voting house and kept on guard until three oclock next motning how the name of the candidate for magis Irate In that district who recelvee a majority of flfiylhree votrf Will clear lost end was tint recognized whet electiupapwardedI things tearing we stay IncrensB the blush of ahauie which must undoubl mIl be burdening tie faces of tle le vile perpetrators of frauds THE LITERARY WORLD OBC of W B Yeas Jokrc John Oil tee Ilobbe at Home Special Corretpondence ew York Dec 21W IJ Yeats time Irish poet and revivalist of Interest In Irish Gaelic who 1s at present lu America delivering a course of lectures IB Intensely opporfod to what he conxld CM time old fogy trmlltlomi of the university at Dublin suiyq Hurpcrs Weekly DurliiB n rcceift visit to Yule Yr Yeats was naked by one of the In tructora If he knew the age of a cer tain repernble professor at the Dublin liwtitulion No responded time poet Jdont know precisely that but I Lave heard that the combined age of all the professors at the Dublin university la 1500000 years- Thomas Kelson Page the novelist line a great lIking for colored people and they In turn like lulus Moses Stcbulns IB a good friend of mine Mr Page sold at a cllnufr party One mornlnt I met him on horseback and he wan chuckling What H the joke Mose I said MDe Joke la sail he answered Mat Alive Jos won a uuulituh from ills yah boss How did you win Hi 1 naked All won hit die away Dull wits a white papoh on he road an Ah sex to de fionB dot Ab bet n qunhtub he givlno tcr shy at de papah Dtf Voss he take de bet sub nu den he lout bit fo do fool iWellyoull have some dllllculty III collect Ing It Bald L Oh no anti no salt No trouble bout dat Hyali hyah gwlne ter collect de bet all rightIIt How on earth will you Wy tomorrow de gwlne tcr gluinie a dollab ter buy teed to dish yer nag Well Ah Jest keep out er de feed money de iimrtuli wal ian owed mo Tricky Tom Thsrp was slot ant wounded at Lee City lass week The i 1 t diniaalty cnino up over a genie of cards ho Is not expected to recover HltmmnmnmmIIIII= L C ROARK LAWYER JACKSON KENTUUKV Will practice in lireathltt and I Mag iflln Counties it11UUht1WWUWUIIIIlUUUUUlUUII I t I WATCHES FROM PI00 tll IO A FULL I INK OF ALL KIXDS OF FIK3T CLASS rVEIRV AND SIL VKUWAUK tIl VF MK A OALI WIlJoN IN JACKSONS tlOij JEWKLKK AND OPTICIAN THE BREAD MAKER ins nn fears of the result when uiln Mansfields Flour t4 white and has the natural taste und flavor of the wheat hurry Make wetter whiter bee Itier bread thai toll have been using because It I milled from time best vheaf and mlllei in the right way on the heel equipped roller flour mill in Kentucky Iet a 25lb sack of IIKSl 1ATKVI ir MOUNTAIN LHLY talk lo you 1 Aill be Immure couviitclng than n barrel If woid Auk your grocer fur It H C XANSFIKLD SON ROS9LYN KY 10urBLttkDraushtcine and am pluscd to say that I never uitd nylhlaj forelock that gave lull ugood tatlifactloo I heartily recommend It to all owners stock J D BELSHER St Louis Ma noteatsick persons should expect to be cared by food When your stock themmedieinolees stock foods Unload the bowel and stir up the torpid liver and the mossblothobowels iftakenof lllMkDranght Stock and Ioultry tentimesover fleshAndIlloodlfleshthe smallcit amount of food con earned Buy a can from your dealer iif t- t 4 JtS5 i J Day Bros CocHave the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE trbrOUght Jac jpbn Consisting ror D1J g aOQdst INtious efotfdttq Helts 4Ea IO S We have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our wens shoes are of the Latest Style For the Ladies we hdnmost Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy niinery Goods This Department is under the man agement of Miss Laura Rawlings who can show you The Latest Style Hats e direct fjom New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all tl e Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from th J Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or URNITUR Wo are the people you are looking for wJ have it by car loads to suit I every body Come and see us our Il ltlllllll IIIIuWUNIIIIII IIINIIIIIIlhiiITTII 1 Prices ArellllrRijhtllUlU 111 III IIIMI UlYIUUI H UI IIIUIIIlllltlllllllUimiHlllllltHI tt IM p 5- BEQSco0 Y J t LI I yjfYJ fC 45 f j Y J J t PJ J1 J J to is J1 4 woad a 1iII u JtQ 1 s Stock Reducti- onSAL Er 2OPERr CENT OFF freightSuiteLicliis und Qu- oteFURNISHING GOODS All tluwc goods will bo told rt nrllltill Dont delay Kvon among thu bent thure is n uhoicfl KVOII in this snlu tliuro is u complete LOW PRICEThroughout our stunk 2 + t v4A Vourn For Tnidov C KELMAN Jackson Kentucky o t p j 1 The Breathitt News luhIMItc1 leery Iridny =1rS HAPPENINGS or llale THE WEEK MI 1IN ANTI AUOLND JACKsoN n- 1Sa52SCS2S2c252srS2S25i =iL- UUltTta Circulation more t 1 Itnndrrd replay Are you a Miticrlber to The Net r1c Eggs tic sellluK at 30 cents due Garter CUtll your hall In the inoU tu dale tyln When In I xjiiRton stop with I I art llroi at Hews lintel A S Johnton hai lime fur isle nt 1145 per barrel If youhave any engraving to do try B U Fleennr Flour ht ndvanntd 20 cent on tin hundred and cuffs x to Ira cunt per lb U Keliiinn I + puyiug the likn1 market price fur Gent hide and fore See 8 P lid lu nnother cut lung Alwny lOinetlihiK new Tlio beet haircut nod shave cut had at Cartels U U KUDU of elGreen was here from SMurdnj uiilll MomlnyioHcllIng Insurance and nlio innUng otter s list l ins I will pay rush fur OoininOnweaUli Town and School Claim A S JOHNSON Dont tall lu see our line of Clothing and Shoes A P 0iAwroHt Co- If you want your xroaerio enrri your kltalieiillniiif3 Tim uicret and pleeantxat nudiclno I lmveu t d fur IndlgtHtiOii and cotull pnllnii Uhbiiibfrlnlno Stomach Jtvir Inblels says Mulnrd V i of Mlldlegmve N Y They work like niilmrm nod do nut gripe or have any impleiaiit effect For Sale by Day trod Oo See S U Fleennr for nil kinds ulu Jewelry Special attention to nil kinds of watch cluck and jewelry repairing WANTED To buy poplar In t veneer work10 Inchei nod up J any length will pay cash UJGIbdon Norton Va John II Ulanton hint accepted lion ILea Cttpslid has move ffttrilly there wsc 4 to e rl Sum WlliK3r or K NarrrhI- JAi tIIoneSniimlHy n wrk IIKr ever Illor ii yysr + cot w1lleurgo 11 Nb liMVMlt wti11 bit + Iiifjis ripixJir nnd VeJ Fur n had 15411 In the utnlh ink i- ihtr I III IIf llhuolbrrlahta Stem sat and Lirer TsblIs frier 2rn 11 nt 111111miluii nnd snit us UV will please you onA P Omwrotin A Co tipPurr brod Pdkin lurk Cirnliti hr chlclllIl and ItflKlnn llnrt for lulu by M F M HAOIXS- Jnck on Ky A fntifltd customer Is tieboit nd viTlUfiiunt Our ciiitntners udver tUe im A P OiuwrnnnA Oo Len IItokl ul 1It ttrhng whihar post recovered from a severu case ol measles returned to his home list Silnnlny Clifton KiiKletif Perry County was held tlllhl Jircut Onurt on ctmrgH lit Ornml Lnrciiiy He IJ ehirgrdiiitti taking 20 In money from Win David cm while they were uleeiiiiig In tilt arthMoidny night The m cry was fuuml In the iomeii liin ol EiiRh- Ctorgo and Jmne Jul neon tulle Onickulttvlle were fvrcrely Injun d lust week by n saw lug rolling over them Juncos leg wa brokiii and It U thought his recovery iedoubttuh tiles A merlon Moore ulfe ut J I4m MJOM of hush Uraticli died Inrt We newlay nf fever She leaves n him LAtthe suit three children Alhulot neday to tee hits sister Mr G rat Wilder who is very low withlniit trouble Cllrltiralnil sixes from 26 Inch Itnnd Wagon lo 3J itch Log Wagoiu dune Inc GRAIN Conns Co anlIaulheurngiven Jm r doing well illsg4barn 11 1r past two Illn provingMr Mu GulreofSt Helen visit ed his brother Kelly Mo Quire here last week lexngtdon I I visiting JlaudexEwon In South Jaokioti tlitt week i SHAGICELFOHDTHU Wednesday afternoon al two oclook at the Dila tory of the S P Collegiate Institute In Jackson Mia Emma Troy of this place was mar to Mr Arthur Shsckelford Hey larding of Winchester ofiela It WAS n very quiet wedding and only some of the closest friends weru pent yes The groom arrived at 11 00 on LA ETraln acconpuiiled by Roy Mr herding and8enttcr A x Bennett uf the seventh district Thou pre besides these were William C Matt Crawford Misses Mary Annie Irvine of tills place and the ft er and sitter of the bride They left on the 225 train for lex Ington from which place they will prohaly take an extended bridal IJt It U with pleasure wn chronicle vent Ni mire worthy couplet t they hays wtilib our uuttee pare been Jutiifd in uidlook and no nurn pi one laing future c ud be gloi to ll roar favored In tlin ciiiKjutiit of love MM T y has m de her hunt n li Fackxin 111Id llrnt site mergep Into nrly winos tihnal llioiiKli Ihe Is lit alive of IIIia town und it can be old ill her that situ has ncqulred r indhlp 1tn hunt iif pcoplr ifs In Jnckodti linn been one cnlillnunl or o of rite arentpllsLmrnts HIM vliile wear nut proud to liiiidlt thom ilxcnl only on account of hell i uenct It can fin truly raid of lint hrsuprrlra cnnnol be too In cultnro and nefinem nt ltrr htdl rid nl sKiInl traits PU surely worthy iniilnlinti In bUpiulllnii site Is getnit and kind and commnndlng She win the eatrt m anti a i fU nee of lit nw rho knew her und her departure from fnvkion he penple cannot but fr tarts hiss The gKinni Is ont no well kin 11 here shut U h he attene d sloo 11 err 4everslears ago HeU now emploje Hi the United Stale rpr ie as mail olerk betMee Clue mail and Ohnll ougd and hat the reputation of u III me must tlllcldiit in the service We join titer intny frienJ In lienitj congratulation wUhlng ihfiu ever luccetitpuulhle In life W n HowelU gives some charming rcmlnlxconceH of the lute llrct Harte III the Christina Harpers relating to a weeks visit Hurte paid him when the latter tlrst came east from Cali fornia Mr Howclls thus dcscrlltes the author of The Luck of hooting Camp He wits then us always a child of extreme fashion as to his clothes and the cut of his beard which ho wore lu u mustache and the droop lug tide whisker of the day and his Jovial physiognomy was as winning as hits yoke with Its straight nose and fascinating forward tliniM of the under lip Its flue ryes and good forehc blackJwas as one could not help seeing thickly pitted but utter the first glance forgot thin Although ho was one AmeilcaH most successful authors t Hnrte tutu n very poor man Ills tate was valued nt but 2000 John Oliver Hobbcs Mrs Cralgle who has won fame na novelist and playwright on two continents U nn American by birth despite the tact that fur years her home hoe been abroad Her literary bent U accounted for In part by the fret that clannlc Rest was her nntal dry Sin has a ha some HUinnier home on the Isle Wight nnd h r son John Churc + I JOHN OLIVEII Honnsa AT THE ENTIUXCH TO lien onus Crnlgle Is At titan Her lint novel Some Emotions and n Moral pleawed first publisher to whom It sent but he did not bring It but be cause It was not no long as the books CralgleIany did longer The second publisher wanted the title clwnged and he did not 1 the pen name chosen by the null John Oliver Hobbes She said In ef feet I wont change the title and wont change the pseudonym and you publlnh the book those two tGl belwill be published with It Her Hlsteuce upon using n pseudonym all la thus explained She was a very young woman At the time and she lint If tho critics thought the book t written by U woman and a very OUIII woman at that there would be an phorically gnashing of teeth Among her plays The Hlshopa Move Is best known It Is now plain why Mark Tw flrd to Italy The National bI Twain association has been former lIng his and make Ilanal Mo his boyhood home a literary I urine Ten thousand fair women to dotho singing I BEUTIU MIMWEP NIXON t h r j DEAD IN THE SHELL i Common lena TliougbU on Hutch IRC1l and Cklmtcbkble B0B Chicks dying It the only thing that cllnIIIgoMrIIvcrlngwrtalu gatepost that I Gad for a mark when disposing of the ella that the hens failed to hatch Breaking the eggs to sec what was In them was nov cr thought of then suit ti not yet but realwhen It cornea to twining Incubators It thlnlIJpele hatch 80 per teat suittitper the shell yet the tame people would perhaps Innocently admit that the In cubator did better average work on all Irthe eggs than the bras 80IullelIiPIIM ir vim i tiui uuiuu n ii eviuciuv In Itself that uiucthliig U wrong with lira 20 per cent or they would have Latched also Why not mix In n little cool reasoning In comparing Incubators with hens suit do away with the unjus tifled prejudice Good Incubators equal unIwereulwaste rockIIor sense In selecting fresh eggs neither would freezing or overheating theta be fore they were putt In tile machine af feet them hrThese are stubborn serious facts nnd willIIIyet wavy will continue carmortem examination of the eggs that are left In the Incubator and still more they way unconsciously select eggs for the Leos suit till the Incubator 1with most any kind to make up the number Commercial IoullryI ITrph1 Uruuie Turkey Cock The above splendid specimen of Drome turkey was second gobbler nt Madison Square Garden poultry show New York last winter exhibited ponBronze d lidOrPa rOHTT IOCNPS Ing shows However males that so much above standard weight rurtl possess such rounded form In all see tlons The great fault lu most large poultry Is coara Mi w The medium slztil birds of the breed ns a rule aie neuter the Ideal form We present the- M above as one of the most Hyimuctrlml mules shown above forty founds The size general form character and color polntM of this typical Bronze cock are worthy r Imitation on the beat turkey ranches and where show quality Is sought IVScwvll In Reliable 1oiiltry Journal Grit youngitot6111geese plenty of It where they can help themselves It Is not a good plan to mix It In the mAsh food excepting for young ducks and for them use quanti ties of coarse sand Hut this Is only made use of wbere they nre growing broiler ducks and they gtuff and teal them so hard to make them grow fast that It la necessary 1oittlx this kind of grit with their frnKta iIable them to consume enough to grow to unusual else lu a very short time In dry chick food or In dry scratching fowl or with grain foods of all kinds no barns or In- I jury will come of mixing some grit among It for the chickens will pick out the grain trout among the grit nnd- I only take what grit they need or vlsu to have Grit Is the only teeth that poultry have They grind nil their food with the grit and cannot exist for any length of time without It Xemtm For IrftrlnST Ilea To make nests to prevent liens t eating eggs take three board two tot teen Inches wide and one twelve inched wide Null these together for floor plug it the twelve Inch one In the middle Malta twli rows of nests 14 by 14 on the outside boards MaVe lids tpr tL nests putting ulngoa at ills upper s of the nest Cover th pace between the rows of nests with boards upoc which you fasten hinges Title makes a building similar to a double corner Ib wltu driveway between From t bin Wake n small hole just large enough atcaaIt being rather dark In these nests De will not stay longer than just to posit her egg for which purpose thinks Jt la n nice secluded place IkoOaID Neat torThe of guineas Is generally dark colored tender juicy and In fin Iettual to the ringnock English phc1111I Itant Many think It more palatable ttgefor the flavor Is not so pronounced and Is considerably more of It The alfitwh of the white guinea Is light color and If It Is croduod with th Pearl vilrlcty the went of the latter 118will become nearly as light taIIet11n Asylum Mrs Sallie Turner who was sent tithe Asylum at Lexington finm hb county several years ego died titere arklast Tuesday toCen D Culper U S Pencil Agent at Louisville died fast Satan Jy or Aniline piototls lie war about 64 years old and had been Ad pant General of Kentucky undei LQoTernovlUracleJ ind Teller j The CriterionJ I of Fashioniij i J The Latest and Best JWeHave Now a Full and Complete J of I READY TO WEAR HATS Also Some of the HANDSOMEST DRESS H T S O- I Ever Shown in Jackson The Choicest I Lino of Notions you will find by Call iug on US Before Buying Elscwwr- oUESP1WlFUIfY PETERS RAMSEY IiENTIJOItyi NOTICE patsal wijpsrs Ill Kentucky biiflngand Inking up mineral mid timber lands for Kntlern cnpltul lab We hue nt Ihls lime completed the larger portion of our work nod we desire to WRY to Ijtupeople Hrenihltt ind rtilJoinliiR counties that we a now ready to lake tip nil our cases this Judicinl DUtricI which lute beeii neglected nn nccotint of our work in bythuconl 1Gdda You will huh n1- lid or toils of 1a in cur oilier in llmOId 1I1Ir ils Build III during all busIness lieu Yours very truly T T Ciiit W N OOPK AcchUiitnly Shut Whlrt liiilldlng n lire in the More ol llurl A Ueluine nl Williiirst toll1 day Henry McGuIre ncuiilriilly dro- pfd I1 hU pistol whlcli Wits diiichnrged the hall entering the young mnnV hick 111141111 fiillrcly through hi body It is thought lie enn not recov er YOIIIIK Mu Jinrn is n MIII of T G McOtilro of St lid n Kelly Knoli nf this plnce went 11nifr county Friday whern Iif w Its Up To Cut off in JJ 1UIt SALE CO Dislocated Her Shoulder houdor She had a surgeon get It book In place as soon m but tt tens quite sure and pained her verb much Her tonine ntloiifd that lio hud staked him to buy her n bottle of ll which he did It quickly relieved beer + lid eiinbled her to Bleep which elieliiil nut dune fur several days The run tvns much pleased With the relief It fate cis UKther that he Use ri oinmended it to ninny luheri For sale sLehp DAY lianas Co In the case of Schuster nVnltif Tnul Lye in the Federal Court nl Covlngton bifire Judge Cochran the plaintiff vowas awarded h writ of injunction all1st file defendant enjoining htm from removing timber from a JaIl o tnatof laud qn the waters of Quicksand laht thin county cler Is repaeseut ed by Attorney JTJ Cleis of this digs11r is represented by Judge Gourley or Ueatty ville A Good Judge Judge Kidded flnMied Its first ti rm of court under the new administration at Qaniptmi this week11e will begin his term at Salyersvillo next Monday The Judge knows how to dp business urand Ii doing It In the proper way M R Georgo Shearer ix widow of Rldgwood Junction Uns flfO children in her tastily Ill I Lhd to Rest Chnrles Patrick Bowling tho info HowJIngliedresidence lilT 0 Johnson and wa ti9ewellbwnl 1e g Mn Howling I 1111 daughter of Iles toninhe baby was taken with n throat trouble mind flvd only a few days The fun ml services were conducted by Kev W W Powell of the Presbytei rstan Church nt the residence of Mrs la trick The Inel services In tho series n meetings held here by the 8nlyatio- Army rns hold in the 0 iutliuujt Sun day nlKht The courtroom was pask ed wllhu large orderly crowd our IIbullt three hour they Indulged In n miscellany of modus of worshll cMiiiing of Hingiug with banjo cor nut and guitar acc mpnnlmenbsuppl 1 uiitloiidexluirtNiIMM Ac To tilt pe plc hero the servici lIre intereetin They haven peculiar syitem of wet ship which ij remarkabley at ang people who know tlO little of them They nppenr to be n devout nnd pious I ell I It IIlel their Inbnrs he e seem lo Myyou No Vamps Courtneys Shoes BV A P CRAWFORD FergumIOtlilllll vtrillelnce Tauluee oflrneaslpea tUIlrrdllllll elseIll tlJtU lOu 1A1tAJa J WlW HAut cs OY B wwir HAG INS do BOWLIH ATTOKNEY8A LAW Office over PcstOffief JACKCOS KUTVMT All business Intrusted t 0 Ibeas I will receive prompt and cartful at rentton r iAJACKSON KENTUCKY j OtnfInnf MM J RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1908 East Bound N2 Dalyraid 4taw lie PM AMI Lv Lexington 225 746 6Clay j 828n i 864glteatt sills Jun 511 1028 0 A K Juno 811 Ar Jackson 816 1128IWest Hound Nis 1 Dailye slay Na 1iDtidy AM rrntr IOCUincheiterClay Olt 8J7 Stanton 621 411INatural Bridge 101 401 147Beattyvllle 2WJackson oannwllorKentucky Railway DivUfon daily except Blilldl INo 1 and 2 connect at L k EJuag MaSterllnfealtyvillavllle except Sunday J R BAna Gen Mgr AgYtEffective September 11101 Past round Wet Belo i STATION AM AR fit IB AU LT ttt LT 930 235 Jackson 1120 SJI925 330 OK Juno 112191843 168 Wilhurst 1169 417 47iriO10 741 122 Helecluwa 1238 Bll716 105 Casuist City 1246 644 01 IV ru LT Mf Li m Aa Westbound Passanger Train conaeoii whichleavesl n8tbolllltlaflnger Train connects nl U Junction with train whisk Lexington ii L COXLBT Sups 1ILUK GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company everylip m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cen tI Leave Lexington for Q eorgetowo eve try hour from 7a m to 1 p m except 11 n in 11 m 8 p m and 10 p ra Leave Qeorgetown every hour from 1- a11 to 10 p in except 10 a m12 ra and 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER PreiiCent x i Ir THBHAZARD BAPTIST INSTITUTE will ope- nJANUARY 4 IQO4 bythisconsisting of five well furnished rooms two halls and an otlice The faculty will consist of Five First Class Teachers Special attention will bo given to the propart1 anon of teachers for work wbilo outer departments will not bo neglected Be voiul tilt Common School Eruoche this fol lowing subjects will be taught Mathemat TrionometryEnglish American lolitics Geography Moral SciencePeychology Music 9BoardJ2gTFor further particulars call on or address A S PETREY OR E F DAVIS 9 II HAZARD KENTUCKY w asaday dally s A CHEAP POULTRY HUUS L Nut n llniiilxonie lliiimr but It b Convtntant mill Coitiforlnlile4 A writer In the American Poultry Jounml glue the following description of n cheap poultry house building Id 10 by 30 feet 0 feet feet back It stands uu n slop 11Tho of groused in tile oreha till our poultry buildings uru l ea The floor Is mode of crush I slolieA coal ashes clay and sand 1Vc expect on top of this to keep n supply of wheat straw forlltter durl + I luc winter months We hare no par ton lu this house as we Lave other therI nro flve feet wide twenty feet long and t throe feot froul the floor Tko roosting poles ore made III s dons tour poles nine feet long to t sectlou securely nailed at the end ivi two Inch strips Tlitse roosts are just laid on four crosspieces with notchto t cut out of the crosspjeces to admit ea it pole so as to make It nolld yet It can bo lifted and taken cleric out of t building If desired or can be swung the rafters when cleaning We sheath cd this house before weather boarding ft with a good gratis of two ply rooting t paper We gave the paper about tt1 Inches ef a up then on the Inside t covered this lap with u plastering lA to try to take It wind proof It Is n shed roof sheathed solid with oak beI wp top of this we placed strips eighteen Inehcs apart from the comb down to tile cave This was to keep the wit from getting under It and proball from tearing It off As soon as the root was completed we gave It a jmintin- There are four windows or eight sgsl in this house four below ten inches from the door and four above twenty Inches above the first four Our reason for dividing the win jlows was Jo admit sunshine on the dropping boards and floor at the same time The louse Is weather boards with h No 1 grade of ono which was purchased at 1 per 100 feet A strict materlatrpWghtlsed r jj completed not counting the labor as we did that ourselves the building I cost just about 30 or 1 per running toot AVo do not unbuilt this as a model x 1 housesbut it Is good enough for us b present nothing handsome nbot it just warm and comfortable that Is nil To Ilrcttk Ui tittersI The ineaM of preventing a lien 4 Bitting seem like a very humble pro j lem to occupy the throbbing brain of an but the mutter has been recently attacked by a genius of Url t t JloudurnStJvlio is BO stir that he las found the solution of this mighty matter that he has gone to the lruub of tstlturout patent papers III Uis nn 525252sasa52515St ZS25 Af OYA AAY P idyes cult F JltlOHO Vice President mntrutsr 13lsruu s Grain ami Stock Priors Kor Jan 23- Bant IIulTalo Cattle Choice eh Ip ping mill export steers it D 56 5 40 fair to good rlilppItiK ulcer I 2SQ achoice butcher Si I5Q4 76j talc to g nhlplnff steer Jl 64 75 choice but ITK J4 250 4 78 fulr to goal butch n13 750 4 15 lielfera li 75fft 50 tat down JS 1063 S3 bulls 12 SJ4J4 25 fresh cow rland springer lair to good 2S 36 pooJ LambaItJIInd common J5 0005 75 food to oho Ice mixed II 45Q1 60 culls anti com nlmono J2 60JJ3 15 good to choice enell II 2JO4 50 fair to good 14 OOIJI it good filiIUurge tG 005 75 Calven Ilcnt 17 000 S 00 Hogs Hearles IS 6vJJ5 65 me plINU 2503 75- Cleveland Cuttle Choice tat dry 1ft11 Bteorn 1150 lbs and up 14 3504 ss good to choice 1000 to 1150 lion II 10O 700tllfat butcher hUlls 13 IOCS 35 cliolco fat cow 4 13 3533 50 choice to fancy milch Sheept66 35 fall to good IS S0ff 00 culls n fiCowcthor sheep 14 SOffl 76 good to cliolcn oodIfitly to good yearlings 14 OOftS 00 goi to choice ewes IS 7504 00 Calves IJcst eii 25 good 17 00 fair 1C 0000 50 rom mon nnd thin 14 SOffS 60 Ifo F + Sits pigfho ChlcHgo Cattle GooJ to pntn steers It 7505 Cp poor to medium 14 UO atr4 00 Htockera and feeders It 2SI 10 U soul 35 heifers U Mlft 99 Oltcannon II 6092 50 bulls i2 2504 35 Sheep and Ijimbs Good to ehrlcc welt nil 34 3004 75 talc to good mixed 13 75 O 4 35 western sheep 14 04t1b 26 native 60l1lD and butchers 14 S096 50 Rood to choice heavy II 76y6 20 rftticl hecvy II 75 ttNoW 2 U No3 31niO- oIlUNiturg Cattle Choice IS 2S t 6 40 p+ tate fa OS 90 20 good It 75tjT5 00 tidy butchers II 60l SS fall II 10 Q 4 60 betters 3 006 4 20 cows bullH and rungs It 731 75 fresh cows and Hprlng ers ISa ooye 00 Sheep and Lamb Prime wethrra i4 ynQLTS good mixed it zlItN so tale it SQoa 25 cholell luntM 10 40 GOO full to good iC tOQ t 15 commoiif It Qolp4 60 HoRstrrlmu teary tG 305 151 mediums 15 4005 45 heavy Yorkers 15 35 iG 40 light Yorkers 15 30O5 36 pigs 5 ZOO 5 25 New York Cattle Steen 14 SD0 6 GO oxen 13 25 bulls 12 5084 10 cows 41 6S jrS 75 Sheep and lambs311 IS Z5UI 75 chulye mixed sheep rt 8T1ii4 fs US 65 mixed western 13 20 Wheat No 2 red Die CornNo 2 5Gc Oats No 2 414C- Cincinnati Wheal NoI red 97 SSo Corn No 3 mixed 450J5VC ox RyeNob5- 0lJaeonn 2 75 Hogs 15 30 tfS 35 Cuttle 12 uofol C5 Sheep 13 254 00 Lambs i4 COQ6 65 Boston Wool Ohio and Penney Y S9tX and above 34e34Vic X S3Q 81 Nd I 72QISa No 2 SI0320 ne alwhglplelahe 7St1S8e icIclt5 25 SrSS255ea JSt71i t1Ii in ftw elder uowiJANA HW 11Anl Oath IfJACKSONDEPOSITBANK Jackson Kentucky P1111 up Capitala r 1500000i Sur lusa 10500c m tII solicit the Blinking 81191 ie33autlaccounts of yP Lumber Manufacturers Timber DealersIt f Business Men s W i MerchantsfJ- Jf FarmersF e I a Throughout Euitoru Xeatuckj and offer our Oustoniora n the most ft cs LIBERAL TERM3 1 JVithil1 the liinins of legitimate biisiuesB nOLLEOTIONS ASPE IALTY GSi52Sa5252S s52S252525 scsesascsiS2S2Si HINTS FOR FARMERS I The Varmcta Udnrntluu lie iticccMful fanner nitist horb more of an education than simply lilj oxpcrlriicc TliU aught have been tuft pleat fifty yeah or rvon twenty year ago but Is limilotmtc nov vli iliutigcil conditions Of cuttrwu It Is out of tin iiiiostlon for the avorigo eat al llslint farmer to thc up LU bush tes3 and take n volluffu course Tucru nix other ways to Bicuro n Kclcutlllv lint tip to dull acrkiilturnl education llrst of 11111 ure UBrliultunil papery experiment bulMIuaniul agricultural Ijooka These fire within the ivach of nil nnd contnln the latest anti best science and Iirnitlco Then there are the foniu rl4 institutes snuiRO And furiners c lull 1 ineotliiffs The Information seetwed- thego nt tins the recoinniendallon of c IIIR from Ural liniuU and U npt to cxwedlrgly jinutloil In addition 1110 tnlihrlnter corn and stclikmena tour tions at agrlcnltnnil colleges where the Kilcnttat and prattled man come Kcthor aro too valuable to be licgltOtcil With such sources of Information there ID little excuse for the modern farmer being iKiionint of the best incthods Anicrlcan 1gricultnlt- tInlprureucutIhrungh Sclrolliin- Kvcry farmer eau If he will Improve Ills seeds of nil kind by careful set ec toil nnd cultivation and by tnklnjr nd- I vnntiiKc of imtural variation with as 7 much certainty as he can by n similar procvsis Improve his Ilrq thick Take cotton for example and go Into the Held and Und n pralliie ntnlU that inccU us ujauy as possible of desirable ch nr rcterlstlcs select u few of the best bolls from this stalk save the sort nod plant nt n distance from any other cotton n 1111I cnlllvate carefully WWII this colt natures select the best lane from the best stalks mud repenttho operation using the seed from nil this patch tor the Kcncral crop and the selected an from selected bolls use only for tho feed breeding patch A similar process will produce similar results with other fleld crop In the case of tun vegetables simply select the best se gnnleituhseasons way theta Is no end to the ImproveniMit that can be wrought In the years to come The effect however will be nppar t pslie drat season the selected seed usnl A I tu Itcniliulcm- Dont qunrtvl with the weather Dont think any old wny Is nil rigid It isnt The best cure for cracked hands dur cold weather U prevention Wear gleatherglorcr when doIngbutBldo work Frozen grass contains but little nour ishment It Is Illllng but animals wont grow fat on It Oho them n ford nt the burn on good hay ouch grain before turning them out fur cxeixUe Out of the crying needs of tin average farmer Is to provide wutorproof re innm nure Sum that every ifartlclo of manure U saved and stored tor time of UH lieI11 Its every holt on tho carriage that has been broken Also It Is wise to replace nil the nuts that have rattled thecsleighs and the bobsleds Thovmnn who lekeeps n stock of such nuts nnd bolts to go with theta Is sensible bout ItlilKc Igor Iotntixx At the ArknnsaH experiment sintl tile highest yield of merchantable potn toot wax uecured with ridges Inches high The same method guru the smallest percent of hulls nhIDII pert potato grower no longer pile earth up to the plants In ridges six lashes above the hollow of the fume by the sloe of It It Is held by some that letcl culture Is even better thnn three Iiffrii ridges The laud should be deeply plowed nnd deep furrows should he made III the level ground nnd the seed deposited nt the bottom of the furrow Then when covered the ground will be level nnd the need covered to u siitllelcnt depth After this frequent shallow cultivation U nil that Is needed nli It retains molstu rind destroys tho weeds pVhco to Until Out Manure The old question of the best scot for out manure Is of more 1 1oparlance to sunny farmers than tho building of the Ianunm caiuil It Is hard for sonic men to bellew that tlie barnynirathe work of hauling Into the spring son ton when other work Is r NSlugfh would get just ns wash out of manure nnd do the Work of 11auf1 cheaper If they would haul every day or week as foist us a load U ready On iprcaiad nure can roto winter with little If shy loss It Is got economy to got this part of the spell work done before spring opens Itu ral New Yorker Satt fmtorjr Axuomnriit Ilnii few Xealand farmers arc given the privilege of placing their OWII vnlmi tlon on their farms for the purpose of taxation which some would regard us it snap were thlrf privilege not toupl with the right reserved by the EOV ernment to liny 111111111 mud any time within twelve months of the Ilirte of making the assessment nt 10 JlerI I cent above tilt valuation placed upon the taint This plan It Is siild secure u very satisfactory assessment The Hume of llrtlfop Tho lint prairie taints along thc tree tributary to the Little Unbash river southern Illinois seem Inst adapted vtlio growth of the seal of rwltop grill This small strip of country sent In rn yvrir to the mn et 73 per cent jot ti entire red top sect tkclnct of tutu Un States nnd the growers received nobe 8 than 300000 i IId Croup pocnlUr cough whloh indheat U tuualjj well known to tIlse LIjIIIIthen tit eruuppy clilldron Nntfiiift sliculd IJB tin the treatment c1 It and for thli purpose jio medicine ha received lining unlTBiial pproral than itl CliamUerlalnt Coughs lUineJy Do not willa Taluable tlina expfrmeut f Iig with untried rfin JIflf no jnau eooJIIneutltllIIuIell symptoms of croup will quickly dill Fur Wog JIIr1 4 f r 1 fxy 11181LFOR THE HOUSEWIFE llou lo Aiuily lrini el Nearly nil unlulc rot rurnltuiv may be rflnoweil u1J cautllKl by tho up Itllcnlon of enamel It dries quickly It niiplled lu the morning the sett Will bo dry by night It glviw n line glow runt N Kmitnry and easily eh u- Hhen eiuiunlliig a nnmi seen u should tint bo painted with whlto or white lend tainted with pentlne whMi soluewhnt lasou till cost When H ls Is hard send try up one cont of eimihel A second coat tilled utter the first has become haul mid dry will produce a flue finish Vooilwork previously painted s11o flret be wanlnd Vlih soap anti water using n Unit soda lronlx or tinnwu to suffuse tin wutcr Then apply on alittwo mAlt of enninel 111A culclnilnod wall should be u Isillllnil or scmpiil oft An old wall that U s- eu Ib sollinl In fpots should be cellrest cleansed find the sjmts wnshed trlllnfrow tll100Iu find water to remove grease Then Illly with a thlncoat of size funds by dissolving n little good glue In boiling water It Is bestito apply tho size whllo I It H wnrm Do seat leave spots unsized I ns If you do the paint will not evenly Then apply one or two coats of white Inside paint When this U ply Uc fiuimcU On small articles p out painting will not IKJ necessary Ininr Dulllm Por Servlnir No soar will the hostess sigh o seeing her most cherished lace find broidery ruined by fruit and ciiotsi stains She may now Indulge In the dainty awcsmrlcft of tile without nqunlmns to their bchlg sl itrl says the Chicago Chronicle The reason rortlllJl I that everything the shape of dollies casserole fu l pall sherbet cups Is sees made of paper I They are ns dainty ns possible and nro made to Imltnto tho beautiful Tene Mlrife work Mexican thrown work nnd all taco patterns III the most wonderful j manner Despite their fragile nppt rallie+ liquidsten pleafout n color scheme with but frilling i pcnse ilt91n1r Cnrpit bartoncr- is Despite the curse that dnrln last few years tins overrun tile eastern section of tile United States for oiled 01to = FASTUNCll ANI WAY IT sours stained uiuiinwtiil stairways tluw still n multitude of housekeejier whotUau adhere to the cozy old fashioned a carpet To all such the Invention onIIn Imiiroved form of fastniec Is n n c ter of Interest A Philadelphia Invent or had perfected u fastener that en gaged the carpet nt the top and hot of both sides of UK rlnrr the de- outbeing quickly awl uisily plored In tion and removed therefrom It IWslsl8 of twp outwardly luring ttr II arms of wire or other material la together securely at 1110 truar metallic rosette und pointed nt cxtroijlly Uy ipresslh thy nuis to l1ltr they can Ue pliicwj bonitilh the jedgo of one of the stejis and when rulenscd Ida points of one pair of t tldu nrms will ngage with the carpet Wrath the ledge nnd If desired e the woodwork find similarly the iii ropule will engage with the stair tr The carpet etui therefore be held nUll slCllrollYtlypltte std yet lJu rllllll isionaIIIor J JIIItd WICIi ynl firIxClean uinltm r oust us for no fug till tin Inside with small w ovumllitdgiblets on to bull 1rhb u nmall onIon nnd two or three slices of bacon brIltllu row haw Wlten glbleH are c enlitut u 11I1I1llIIt It a eanccpnn with the triltUkn Ocr nil simmer until quite tender Int tl nJnrbl onions in the quart of milk 1 IlIllletpi rboll the chick n When It is ducal about onelmir Dilrken with 1gter and tinny rulilxil to u siuooth v wltli salt nnd pepper 1I11111ct cool unfit It thickens Iour this Ierhuffthe fowl when It Is arranged on I It platter mid serve Tn Clean flat oil VnlniliiKV nnw Potato Is rr deunlun g an oil painting Cut u potato In two nl tdtab quickly over tlje surinco of the painting with It When It shows soli take n fresh potato Wipe dry wlUt n soft sill haiKlUerchlef It Is n fi plan to clean only n small section tlioipalntinff nt a tlmix then wipe It awl go on to n fresh part Sweet oil if lightly and quickly applied v ultlcclean iiipnlntlng satisfactorily IIIVlnlnl Fur SlockliiRn toIt lycoinmended that a little vine sgar bo added to lie water In which stockings aro rinsed otter liolnjr wnsli oea The Ktocldngs should then lit dlllt wrong side out Colored stocking will found nnfuded used black ones will original lu- sterr5iri I u == FuJ41ETE c J1EUKIS CIVIL ENQISKKICS Art SUItV1S00 g Prompt Attention given to all clnjios of work find tSATISFACTION GUARA lTEiE I fO11f0EhlN1UCkY r r 42ft9x52 tr y i tin- wTY r t- 4 4 ArTHE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V FlhST QUARTER INTER 7IONAL SERIES JAy bl loTrxt tit the trllu puke vt 111 Memoi Vr c nGuldru Tvit IrllJohn Till ai Coniiiicntnrr Ire olllilrlll by Hcv U SI sicnrus AweUlltont men who IcTt all to follow Jesus It bataptliiiiinel had already begun to follow uhfIIlul but evidently nut to the extent nil to follow Him fully After the people of Nazareth a Cnpcntnuwe ills about talllee lelIb Ill preaching nnd IInIItlIlIoj tell manner of slekncHS send dls Iv 13 21 It would 5 Mntt Iv 182J Mark 1 HVJO Klinon nod Andrew took a further In following than that trot In lobo I used that James find J heartily Joined theta On that occnslon Hlmon und Andrew IlrJwlre casting n net 11110 the sea while and John were In the ship u tiptheir father mending their nets In our kfiout of their skips were their nets There Is no IHHH to try to nconcllo the rcconlo Let theta stnod ns reconls of different events In the cr1I111t they forsook their nets hut 1 thelnallranilack lne reinworo wholly the Ix rds for ills service 4 II I to gospel harmonies It la probable that Iho sermon on the mo ut illslhttt v 7 comes In between tho last tint this OUt but tutu only events Is lint of so much Importance a becoming Letter nc pinlnteil with loci through Jesus Christ As we sir Him stnndlug by the lake of Gennesnret the sea of Oalllee we remember that motto It and every living thing In the river that How through it tint IIItho hills that surround It till tbl 111It slugtyro made by Him and for Him Col 1 10 Hob I a John 113 exlhe jHHplo see that Ho spoke never man spoke nnd they crowd around hint to receive tilt living bread and living water which nn tIn111m Thnt He may separate n It ttlpTo from the crowd nnd thus ln hotter teach them He stole Into Shill boat and auks hum to push out n little1 from the mini nnd sitting down IllIlle taught them out of the hoot We t safely conclude that He taught them out of the Scriptures the things of the kingdom nud tile thing ctlTee Himself and that His word was tx1111tie power and that some believed aunt some believed not for He Himself taught unit the seed always falls wayside rocky thorny and ground Hlessed are mull who rocVlve Ills word with meekness Jns I Having used Simons boot ns n pt 111ltIn lie with reward him for the loan of It and so Ho told him to launch Into the deep nod lot down fits netsrrl for n draft Xo one ever suit ern toss by giving attention to the site wcjrk of Chrlif but multitudes have boon bleiwwd for tune nnd eternity obeying Matt vl 83 If we sec to work lIe will sir to nil our need bettor we could tidyThere were plenty of fish In the nnd they were no menu fishermen thuswttho insult of tiara far their skill their wisdom labor Now 1118 nt Ills word that Itctrlboats l ortolllentcreatures 0111 on put kI1oblIelloo Whether It IM n great Itsh ato swallow Jonah or n little fist Itchhrill n piece of money or n sal1 of to till throw nets nil are oltrdlent to Him Jesus wild Stt down your nets hilt Simon Itl let dotrn the net Unlmllu litollr part Is tho great hindrance yet on this occasion our Lard wrought not Itearour any r IllstUrr u us they that hunger nnd thirst otter rlghtroutmpss for they shah be III I II Kings Iv Kx xl II Citron v l uketIM Acts Ili Matt v 0 Kpli v 18 toct allows us to toll In vain that hltamay sec our own helplessness nw 1outHim work When the Lord thus wrought SI- Rn Rnty tits untr0rthhness that lie crlttl tltanxTn with others when they they saw 1florr of tho Lord Job x11111 hen 1 fi Dan x 8 Rev i Iii We are curt InvSda earthen vessels nnd If we would tho Master have control of us hihetR n 1I11111wltempty vessel the Hplrlt of works and we all stand astonished When we are broken down nut tau scions of our slnfulness and utter 1111It worthiness thou we hear Ills I cur not or Peace be unto you or nt Ilrrllworll of qnletnexs find encouragement It Is only the proud willful rehdl nnd hard of heart who nave fear for nil such God will humble 001nlrtatl pun II 11 17 Dnn Iv 11Th limit those who have conic to the end themselves He will bless and use As to forsaking nil notlco the con JJtlons on which wo stun become d led plea In Mntt xvl 21 Luke xlv AT All who truly receive Jesus Christ as twit II Savlopr become children ot God fur till gift of moth Is eternal life ii i nrttho from any works of mire John I 12 nom vJ 1 HI 21 hG lint to I u rtlwlpje means a whtile lionrtoil for waking of nil for Iilx ankh The cost f our salvation foil wholly on Christ tile cost of discipleship tolls on us A Timgain for Soiuo One inA nice iraall Farm In 111 9iinlj for The Larkin Stamper Piece astI tliolietd of Hear Creek Nice dwell tUcry gtrxl gwrehoun cribs anti barnnuer falling water well fenced fries tea sonablt and lnmlul Fur parr leu law apply to BAM JKTP- WlnoliMlfr K F lltiriiln Fur InriuoM Now York TribtinB Fanner JIJlte1111 illuetrutoaagrICUltdrul week j 111 r 41- ka r EXERCISE IN WINTER It Ii Neccunrr to 1P Vuttu slut k lAIn Good Cundllluii The question of uurdln form sit rk in the tester season U one that should be given much attention The wlntsr Is now at band anil the well doing of the unhunl theni lvci and particular ly of their progeny will be largely de pendent on the amount of uerclIIIIT vhlch case U glv u to them wt- tlr Ille nil kind of stock keep lu a better con dition of health and thrift when tht van get n rensonable amount of exer des mimic profits ty it mute than preg unlit anlmaU It U generally rocomuiended to fur ulsli exercise for brood mare by allow prond dock When of the draft type however they do not lu nil lnatalera seem to take enough exercise to Inalint the best results la the progeny Es Ibeyreheavily fed find In n high condition Where It case be done t6cnt tl11Ihllerately In till hand of some one who Will inutile them with suillclent care lIhOWII usually Kd utUclviit exert when they have access to n yard but when not glvJus fillk they will not be IIIIJ Injured tint probably will bt Iwnelltetl by having 1IlL 5s to n paaturv Hold to which they may be tempted nrtlucu when the ground li not all covet elwlrIhlShCl11 are apt o stiffer more from of exercise than other chimes tiN stock If they ore confined to n row quartern ray from the middle November to the end of April there danger that the torah crop will to weak anti larking In vitality In afi ezrrwhen the mow some have adopted the plan of feedlui tbC III an Inclonuro utno dlilnncu trout sheep whlt1 They are thus forced take cxercini1 In getting back and forth to the IncUwiire referred to Of rose If the ground Ii ban or Oven n part Is bare and time sheep have time pasture r at such n time they will t plenty of rirrcUc while endeavoring nlIlelll lliemwlvc to the grats It It fits Injurious to young litters swliitf when that brash sows are k OttIntu a those should have ncccsi to layt1llStlumwlvM u straw and uianuru In searching anytalu tint sap be contained unitehnapslIlt tame When they ncr t allowed OVM to a yard they ihould not of aunt be kept in the tone time but should be given at rrriiln parts of the day WI they niii not particularly Inlrrf oilfrith the presence of other nnlnmla k umrfarmerrst lluor For Stock Uiirn runLIIIII hour for n stock hnr nhtPC till uo of coal ashes too AIM and about twoparts of fi rlr wetting well nu It U n tad tho more Jl Is tnmpcd tbu lulltinteu rnu lojf n 1 nicies nnd clay ccnre IIIN In 11nrJ + I IIIIIaft1net nlxvnya catches more or Ikelhryro pnhtr o terse lxicrlenec of careful fitters however shows that bile corn If f with euro will give an good rcsulta IIIlcIIII1tulttl corn difference between soft matured corn U that the former title nlxjut IX per trot wore lent iffInnv n1 fiat change heir former myth lit tiling lucre Is usually a In 1 nfnlngo of cub BO that corn sad alb quitecam as in wru n tidier tuinxwe In tlrmliie ration than the addition of from to tell pounds of ground o WIJroullli barley Buffalo gluten feed corn As the corn dir the amount fed each day could be unfitly reduced Farm nnd Home mOilIhnJ For Stuck i a tvrtaln kind of Uuchrl nhaeultlrnted III Otsego county N auWdf goes by tin nauii of lcrlno- tlu buckwheat It la u little curlier t Lcue other kind nnd eau be sown lioio after spring work Is loan fu not toll to fill In wlJSUmn wl11wp generally sow It from June 10 20 The blo 8om Is the same color of IIWI leave so you never notice It by la bloHsoin Its quiilltleii nro a s yield1oJ It eV kind It yields tram sixty to el font nnd onehalf bushels to thu n does tot make good Hour for oral oat but is greatly relished by all l1 stuck and poultry The dour li l a little bitter It has t cnt1lllfarmers know that cut hay or often straw wet and sprinkled with weal li n better teal for working ho than whole grain find hay In shape the nutriment In the teed Is easily oaton mad digested Horses not need water when eating estop It Is put on the chopped hay to w meal stick to It The meal be line digests perfectly willie suite the nutriment In wholo graft is Again the wasted effect made In gosling the latter Is so much detra from the strength which should the work orIlfir ai a tkoroaf nibllatllon for the farmer anti er ot hit natty cud the pub areiIalerinlneJ to give U a clr cnlallou unequalled b7 any pa of its clan In the Stain Kiionlng that earl enterprliing inrarumeracal waeklj naw papar Tin Nelr Y ark Farmer hrs made an uceed Ingly liberal arrangement which en stiles UI to offer the two papers at arow a price that no Partner era tVo 4 rT Elr M p w LAST NAIL IS DRIVEN Kentucky Building at Worlds Fair Ready For Dedicatltin 13 A MOST IMF03INQ 8TRUO URE Occupies the Belt Site On the Exposi then Grounds For a State Edifice Has Wide and Deep Lawn For Dlul Grass In Front and a Deautlful Cluster of Cedar Trees In the Plot To say that tho Kentucky Building at tho Louisiana Purchase Exposi then la the most pretentious sever erected to represent tho State at- fairareeither a national or International It very mildly If Kcntuck serefont Lava been ashamed of their building at former expositions and there Is no denying this tact the assertion may bo made without fear of contradiction that no elution ut thu State will look upon the Ken tacky Building at the St Louis Worlda Fnlr without fooling proud It hll nativity and the Uullaing which narks tho dawn of a now era In Kentucky life When It was stated that tho Kentucky IlulIJInK occuplas elaterlon ground tho spoke advisedly It stands within what Is commonly known ns tbo main therarare a lahaft mile away on tho plateau of It therefore occupies a po etltlon at once tho envy and ndmlra rlion of citizens tf alsUr States tworIIIInll sixtyfive feet long It U tit an In theytoloading from tho Grand Itasln tho MinesofOovornmcnllkttothu terrace of Louisiana Purchase States tbo palace of Kino Arts Fesll 4011lIltUreryCltwhenythotirtinny times as possible In his tour the grounds To come to the Oor crnment flulldlng tio must ten Kon assumeda1111thlt The Now Kentucky llama will anyllltflilrTbuo Is no describing the Ken tucky Ilulhllng It must bo icon to loonotlaJUenUIIvo rondos Every side Is n imposing on rearerma the original plans have been adJod an attractive stoop as an approach to tho front porch Midway between this stoop and tho wldo roadway to the southwest of tbo Mine Building terILIctaco wtranyrruUloafsIhalnx boon Iransporlod to St Louis for this purpose to await the admit wIIIfirpass up Keatuckynt1 elUIllmako an Inviting spot lo many vinJt thoGCentrance to the roadway previously described aa running by the Govern mont building to tbo Palaco of Fine lintuptrees that made Forest Park tho scat Ittran Louisiana territory Two of tboso trees seemingly grow up through Uio outhweltctas aa all these nionarch of the unrest bl1vo111ft Kenctro oyolurouponIllulldcrllthreDnlau a gun oorceu1study In blrdsoyo lesson tho boautlos l of tho grounds In tbo contor of thu lIlttIhon circling giving to tho visitor on the magnificentfeored glasses In tho center of the ro beOtrtodln map nnllIohPDrIUPlt7lYrYork Tribune lrrnnerbEl00syear and The Brealh Itt County News Is 100 a year but youpSend jour nsin stud sddr s lu New York Tribune Farmer New York Ollr and a spicliunn copy of that paper will be stalled tojou eoSghscrihe for the Nrsra XTlper ycllr jf Il