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EREA1fflTT GOUNTY NEWSI Wlsi 11 AhIt1ditol and ihlhliahur A rltlrurerlu J1voT1b 1u Tug tKK 01t LASr11x ItexTlroht f i 0x1 lloitAlIe1r 1Iteu IN AutAxos l L T 4= = Ii 11 =VOhIlUC Ill Tncsol1 IK Jtucky PlflIiyFcbruary 26 1904 Jf Number 29 A FEEDING PLANT EtRhll lroitj1t firnr Clilcnffu Wher SIlI anrr Iniutx Are Knttcnrd fllJrty miles west of Chicago on the Hock Island railroad system it Stock dali 111 where nn liiuuciua establish milit equipped with the most modern aplillniicos for dipping shearing heed Ing nail marketing of over holt a mil lion cheep amt lambs In n single season Isbttlnirnpornted Although thoimnndi of nhrcp are pas turcd anti cnml fur there during the cummer niontlm nntl other thousand I stopped over teed and rested In transit IRlUOIC II WKIT2 UANAOKR from the wsttrii feeding ground to s the Chicago market the feeding geaoi proper UgliH In the full and suds In tin Fprlnjr when the rnnuc of fur oft Colo ratio Iilntin New Mexico Oregon Will old Wyoming seed In their quota ti piirlnku of such him ns the tutnhlhdi ohms tixM rt fowler provide which quickly traiufniniA them froth feeder to butcher stock GltlmU II WIItX ling liieii the wan tiger nf the wtabllehmcnt for the last twelve year The barn or this Institution ore hti mrroiiH sod roinmndloiM being 100 bj 130 with nlleya through till renter ol nulllrlvnt width to allow a wagon tc pals throufib Tho ventilation niul lighting ii n iHrfiit A plentiful supplj of wlndovrs Injures nmplo tight by tiny s niul n perfevt electric nyfttoin fnrnUhc tho MUIIO by iilulit The barn mid yards are kept In n erfcvt tmnltirj iiiitdllhin tint woodwork being wmdHil nn ufiuii DM IN nwswary with n Btront cnrbolfr whflettiiidi The tens are IK It weru tindrniolng n continual clean hill Mtaiklrimil by the niHvusliy of iuiv lug nmlerhil when vlth to keep tin fiTllllrcr mill going with which the plant ha quIpiHd All sheep entcrlnn ths feeding extahlhdumiit are foil on the iiuilrnit plan thnt Is the cuuips ny funilslioH nil grain and roughagi at IHI much n Inn which iv fed by ex pert feeders whose mrvlce are Incliid eel In the cunt met Mod clover hay fa the bulk of the roughage ntutl uml se nomads that nit worthy of the nninc front n fcvdefn standpoint most ol which one from the companys own ele valor tame the train melon Such m nro not from the companys clovntoi nee carefully nolpctiil by expeit tc Insure freedom from Mich tilth ns 1 + tummlliiie fmiiid In the common nrtl do pilt tiH ntlio markettoday All ra thins urn foil In self feeder The feeding Aerial varies In dumtlon necord Inc to the lcondition of the nnlinnl whet put Into till feed lots or pens UH the caw may lit Iltnn thirty to nlnetj dity5 Is OK limit American Bhwii ltnrdtrTHE GOAT HERD I A new Industry Is offering Itself t o the farmers nnd manufacturers of tin United State The facts that 23000 000 worth f LIIkl l W n i III nually Into the Uultwf Rlntc and that our cnlerprtlnif manufaclui crt tin now obliged to tend hulfwn around the world for a large share 01 thew suggest that the farmers of thl country hove a great opportunity to pu a large hare of this sum Into thcl Pockets and that the entire sum urn be divided between our producers IIUlI manufacturer The census of 1000 showed tho tott number of goats In the United State to bo lea than 2000000 and when II Is undttttood tlut the of probn hly LOUOO000 Kent were required Ie make thu VSOOOOOO worth Ituporta lust year It can be seen that the suppl from the fulled States could hav formed but a ewtt oro of the tola coniumptloiK i tact that n larg share of o iJ Hf this Importnr l111YFtNwea fi India Chliu ruuce guts that tiler are large arcas h 1 united State which lulfiht pr goats cuccca fully and to suWcl Marge number to supply the ea0 OWl dewaud Harpers Weekly lllaU Prloci lHA rora At the recent his B City sale till sweepstakes Augur tick IIek Jr sold to Trunk Lnuirun of Texas fo 1350 A carllngldoolllOld to J J Gentry also of Teits for 000 Bevel other nuluiuls sold f r 100 or better most of them prizI winners at th Auiericuu Roynl4 A gums are bccoui lug very popular 1u tl southwest Dune ni ftiUB- Fnrmors of Text Vre niytng plan attention to tieZ 4dnyof drat hontes ulnce the price w rattle declined They are txtumlvilj uwsl In every community Dull sell readily for cash Wagon uiUHt lie puked In all kinds o weather and over uwas which do 110 always claH4 us good ind for thIs an lit her reason the everyday honw till unties to be In uutldlurm nn Itneb Urilrabl Yasvle OB Inull Ilurri The Polish are a class of poultry very much liked by fancier mid breeder who have iinvll places and can glv thou the proper attention says Amcrl can AgrlculturUt In pn iitliiii the ac companylng cut TherllrutJuhIJ WHITE CIIKSTK1 IILACK IOLUII CO K- tho handnoinest class of poultry t heir large topknots and brilliant colu In making them very attractive lie White Crested Black aru solid Wad Ii color except tho topknot which U p ur white The fowl arc medium lu sjlz pad lay beautiful white eggs Uveiy Bottle of Ohamberliilnt Coig Remedy Warranted ilirKiiitrnntee every holies o Cliim boUlii Cough Itemrdy anti wit rrdim the 1I111111J tonnyone who Is 111 satyr tied niter using two thirds of 1ctln tunli Thl ii the ben remedy in tin world fur In grippe cougha cold croup mid whooping cough stud Ii 11tn- allt nnd safe to Take It prayer t anq tendency of n cola to result in pi umn nhiForiiilebj DAY llHi On + A P CKAWFOItD JAMES BROPI1Y A F LYQL WE AUE lOW AT HOME IN TI- IEBuildingCrawford Anti our trade so fur has exceeded our 1 fondest liopoa Vonro doepy grateful for llio generous patronage woliiive receivetl in r tha paste and willtry to merit eveu more in lie future Our stock ia NEW CLEAN AND FRESH And wo 11 eau to maintain our reputation for handling the best goods and Fair and Honorable DealingA- nd the most courteous treatment GALL and SEE US1 Respectfully AI e CRAWFORD A 00 FEAR WAR IN BALKANS I Chckib Bey Says the Situation Is Very Critical DECLARES TURKEY IS NOT TO BLUE r 1iirklli sinister Vlll Irripnt liupnr taut oniiiiiiiilrulloiu lu rer tllry IlayUlspatehes Fruit ICiiropnun Clilc Krpurt Turkey uml Itulgurlit 1rcpiirlnx Fur Unr- Waahlnfiton Feb 23War In tho Dalkan states Is Impending and the situation at present is extremely crit ical Is tho opinion of Olicklu Dotho Turkish minister at Washington Of tho Balkan situation Chcklh Dey who baa h conslderablo oxperlenco In that Bcctlotl Bald Although my nil I vices are meager the rows I get Indl f sates that tho Bulgarians are assum lag an attitude and pursuing n course which It will be Impossible for tho Imperial government to submit much longer with patience It la reported that they are arming tho Inhabitants stirring up strife In Macedonia and doing everything possible to harrass I tho Imperial government I hopo this Is not true but If thin reports bo cor rect hostilities In the Ualknns can not much longer ho averted Let me re peat that I hOpe the reports of tho activity of tin Bulgarians aro exag Berated hut It they contain n measure of truth then the situation there Is truly critical Turkey May Fight Bulgarians London Fob 23 Telegrams front Vienna and Balonlca published here give alarming but unconfirmed details of preparations pointing to a war lIe tween Turkey and Bulgaria Tlm Sofia corrcsnomlent of tho Dally TeleI graph says thin Bulgarian government has declared n state of slew over n zone 19 tulles wide nxlenillng nlo tho frontier from Kustendll to the Black sea with a view of preventing tho Incursions of armed hands KAYDItS HAYS NOTK ton it Ciintlnl Siiy ItiiMU Highly 1VIM lrrlciiiMil of Aiurrlcxnii Washington Feb 2Uussia glal ly and vjlllngly favored tho sugges then of Secretary Hay that as far as possible the belligerents in the far I eastern war localize hostilities nail respect the nontrillty of China In the Interest of a continuance of peaceful Intercourse of tlu rest of the world My government expressed tho convic tion that Mr hays suggestion was prompted by motives of tho highest humanity anti was mutually advan tageous to tho belligerents This statement was made by Count Cas situ the HtiMlan ambassador In the course of a conversation with n rep resentative of the press at the embassy Tho ambassador spoke In gen oral on tho far eastern situation Sends Note to the Powers Washington Feb 23 Breaches of International agreements In matters of war are charged against Japan by Russia and the latter nation Is ad dressing to tho powers either through their representatives nt St Peters burg the emperors envoys abroad or probably through both a vigorous communication charging Japan with repeated violations of tho laws of na humus first ns tho note alleges In threatening to attack a neutral port Chemulpo Korea unless the Russian ships within come out to taro nn over whelming force and second It states In attacking Tort Arthur boforo war had been declared nnd while the Jar nnese minister at St Petersburg was still enjoying tho protection and the courtesies of the Russian government to which It Is claimed ho had pre viously addressed a communication oxpreswlng hula belief thnt the Inter ruption of diplomatic relations would bo brief The text of tho note Is not yet obtainable Jags Claim Victory Tokyo Feb 18It Is Uo belief of tho navy department that the Rus alan secondclass cruiser Boyarln was torpedoed and sunk by the destroyer I Hcyatory In tho torpedoAttack on the i Russian fleet at Port Arthur last Sun day morning A dispatch from Sr- I I Petersburg dated Feb 1C staikltlal hon yarlll wns blown up wll alotts I Ut l8ii officers and men Felt by a jJJRRio which It accidentally jruej j 1 t4 Near Firing at Sea ivJort Arthur Fob 2SQII1SOt I uttory Ilrlns nt sea are Jist nightly and Monday firing was air beard This Is doubtlessdug tho I1lhmlllll ap s hut nbthiilag sort f1lnasdarIlO Sel Th litarrlllQn tit 1 leo llent anuli s firmly I tell of the nUImato success or fueslanCulsser Destroyed Petersburg Feb t7The flits yeas 13JfIpt nine manner In which K I r sf t orpoillo transport Venlael was tIe lit itaL Still had on hoard 197 officers i underIu JriJBoats NafyaeaMIcoin pontlent of the Dally Te r j cab I under date of Feb 22 fepure I I that 610 Japanese squadron Iwi e tareour Russian torpedo boats Port Arthur by using Russian signals Rutilas Casualty Lilt Chemulpo Fob 19Seventee offi cers and 439 men of RuwilaH war IShIPSVarlagnnd Korletz warejfHhet or drowned Avhentho I 1wero rtostroycd =J Oh9 1 Culp 1 r Cheoo fish 18TIwaa B 8Id J tbefOO91bI CUIW 7 r to IAlll TO j K8T Final Trlbulri IH to frimtor IJnnn- b TlioiifHtidt Cleveland 0 Fob20ThO sad ruts have ended the body of Son ator Marcus A Hnnna rests in n crypt in tho memorial chapel nt Lnkevlew the eonowlriK thousands have gono to hirer homes and tho iliiul tribute to a great man has been paid Shortly after the noon hour Fri tiny tho casket was taken from tho Chamber of Commerce auditor lum and the funeral procession took up Its slow march to tho church two miles away At the head of the col umn rode a platoon of 12 mounted police followed by three platoons of Troop A all mounted on black horses and with swords at carry The h nrso camo next and was followed by 100 carriages carrying tho pollbearcw and official guests which include members of President Roosevelts cabinet Governor Herrlcks stair the delegations from the senate nail house of representatives member of the Ohio legislature city ofHclals and delegations from several clvls organizations Immense throngs of people lined both sides of Euclid 1 venue from the downtown section to the church entrance Tho body was met at the door by tho officiating clergymen Rev W A Leonard bishop of Ohio urO II McOrew rector of St Pauls church President W F Pierce of Kenyon college an Institution which has been greatly benefited by Senator Hannas liberality and Rev W H Jones rector of St Johns Episcopal church ofwhich the dead man was a mcmhrr who spoke tho usual sentences ns tho body was homo down the alnlc The members of the family took scats near the casket and other frletnt who had accompanied the remains from Washington wero among tho mourners Immediately following tho family canto Governor Herrlck anti staff Uirertly behind these came the Washington delegation with Senator Foraker IP tho lead After thr services tho body accom panted by tho family pallbearers and Bishop Leonard pmceeded slowly out Euclid avenue touikovlew cmc tery where a final farewell of the dead was taken In Wade Memorial chapel Tho service consisted simply of a prayer by the bishop The body was deposited In a crypt In the chap el to await burial at tho pleasure of the family To Locate Radium Chicago Feb 23Work to aid miners in locating radium In Ameri ca has been begun In tho Kycr +oii physical laboratory at the University of Chicago A theory that there Is growth In the life of matter In tho physical world has been made n special study by Professor Mllllkan He says Studies on radiation hav suggested the question whether IhlrIIP any natural process which 1101among the atoms what tho life pros ess does among the molecules nampI ly which takes the simpler forms an1I builds them up again Into more corn plex forms Tho fact that radium noIexists on the earth taken with the tact that tho life of radium la short in comparison with tho ages thnt the earth tins been In existence certainly Booms to point to an affirmative answer Wrote Last Letter to Roosevelt Washington Feb 20 President Ilooaevlt was tho recipient of tho last letter written by Senator Hanna It was written on tho Tuesday prloi to his death and was purely a per sonal note acknowledging the presi dents thoughtfulness and cunsldera then In expressing his personal Inter j eel hitbe senators sickness letter now Is in tho hands of the ThoI ators family It Is to to graphed for preservation Tho orlg lnal will ba returned to the president who will preserve it1 Asked io be Shot He Was FortTiodge la Feb 17Ilarahah shoot me asked three year old Leo II ltsNo Twont replied his four yearold brother who held a revolver In his hand The second request by the younger brother wolf compiled with and the ball lodged at tho basu of tho skull Death wan Instanta neouaE4UE Holts time father leti his between the mattress OlI his bed and tho older boy secured Tho younger child saw hlni get It aMi I playfully asked him to shoot 10 mother Is almost crazed with grief Eleven Millions In Debt and Assets Houston Tex Feb 23Tho reeds ers of the Kirby Lumber company re turned to the federal court n state ment showing the assets anti liabili ties of tho concern placing both of them at 111103044 It Is stated that the Inventory was not made on per sonal Inspection In time llabllltloi 7289292 ISJllaced under tlie badlng Investment valucsshllvhigtilnl It Is not a liability r Fortifying the Coast J1 Warsaw Feb 231lelivygunsare being put to position on tho coast about ten miles from Odessa cover approach dolha port Thaw preparations are being made In vlaw- of poselble untoward happenings irpunil time Black sea The effect of War err tlialjar east upon tho Balka topicJe Jf Hundred of Live Lost TJehfoln Feb 23A telegram from Tslnaa Flf Shantung sayq that lion tired of lives have been lost by prsting ota dam on tho Ihvang were destroyed ClalmlseltDdenlesBenjamin Anderson has been indicted on tho charge of murdering his brotherin law Janus Hall He asserts self defense I f y hGlI0U1nLCSSON IX FIRST QUARTER INTERNA TIONAL SERIES FEB 28 Text of the Leson Halt vll 2120 Memory Vcriet 21 25 Golden Text Jots I Commentary Irciiitrril by Key II SI Slrarni Copyright 1003 Ljr Amtticin ina Auorlitlon The gospel by ilattlunv Is specially the gospel of the kingdom thnt kingdom of which tho Old Testament Inn BO much to toll us when a ICing shall rulfiii In righteousness and the work of righteousness shall be pence nod the effect of rlKliteoiisncsH quietness mid nssurancc forever The name of the Kins shall be JehovahlHldkenu tlm Ird our ItlKhteouimesa Hu shall reign mid prosiicr and shall execute Judd ment and justice In the earth this throne shall ho the throtio of David at Jrrusnloin and Ho shall be King overall the earth Isa xxxll 1 17 Ix G 7 Jer Ill 17 xxlll B U Xech xlv 0 If any Otto would be truly thrilled nail lifted above present things and clrcum tlllllC4l t him become ncjuatntct1 with the King and the kingdom with whom ami to which every redeemed demon la a joint heir tho klngilom which shall Include all the kingdoms of this world with n King beforo whom nil kings shall fall down nod 4 whom all nations shall serve Hev xl 15 Ill lull 11 Nothing snore thrilling or Inspiring was overwritten nnd the Cod of Truth Himself wrote this 11finiiii io 17 In Mutt vvll the King lion given ns till laws of the kingdom that kingdom which Is tint meat nod drink but right eouanes and peace and Joy In the Holy Ghost Itoui xiv 17 The opening words assert that iwvurfy of spirit Is a characteristic of those who belong to It Compare Inn Ivll 15 Ixvl 2 lItinnlso sold tlmt the righteousness neces nary to enter It must exceed that of llio scribes njid Pharisees v 20 nnr inuNt be such ns meets the require ments of the true spirit of the law not that of mere word but deeds which are righteous before Coil who Fifth lu secret Not every one that Rallh but he that doeth the will of My Father which Is In heaven urn the opening words of our lesson nnd the beginning of tho close of Ills ad dress TJjjjt we may more fully appreciate the words we must remember who tho speaker Is Note Ills oft repented I say unto you corresponding with time Tuna salth tho Iord of the Old Tea tniiKnt for Ho Is the Lord of Hosts thin God of Israel the Creator the only Ilcdwlner the Judge of all mankind Ito is tho one of whom the Father said lit ills bnptUm This Is My Beloved Sun In whom I am well pleased and tit the transfiguration Ho added Hear yu Him Mutt Ill If xvll G Ho Himself said Tho Father Jndgetli ni limit hut hath committed all Judgment the Son John v 22 I seek to imphaslzo this bccauuo there ore so really teachers fluid preachers who pro fessing to be Ills friend not only dis honor tin word which He so honored but dishonor Him tint believing Ills words timid thus dishonor tho Pother too for all Ills words were Just what tho Father told Him to say John xll Is49u lint however much people may pro less to be hits frlends and to do work- lei Ills iinlne hero Is HU own testi mony that He will have to say to thcmvUI never knew you depart from Me ntfTlint work Inliillltv verse TT lie has told us elsewhere that He will lave to say to some Depart from Me ye cursed lido everlasting lire prepared for tho devll and his angels Mutt xxv 411 After the solemn warning that He will have to say to some Do parti speaks again In grace that sill who will may lieu from the wrote to conic AH who hear the gospel either obey or disobey they either take refugo lu Christ tho Truth or turning front Iiim they accept some of tlm many prevailing delusions of the devil aM ecs refuge The latter passage gives the further truth that oven those who lire on sure foundation nnd are therefo eternally safe have need to bo careful of flint which they are building day by tiny lost they may see their work hurried upliutd they themselves saved as by flre The works must bo God working In us the works which He hater before prepared for us Kph II 10 Hill II 13 Col I 20 else nil nua prove wood hay and stubble Returning to the first part of our lesson nndJho matter of doing the will of God we must remember our Iord was talking to disciples chapter v 1 21 for He never talks to the unsaved of dolnzr When the un saved naked hut rose day What shall we do that wo might work tho works of God HUreply was to the effect that the only work for them ww to liillevevm Htm 1ioni God had sent Johml2S 29 On salvation by futh nphrt from any works of ours see Runt itl21 Iv G Kph II 8 oTlt III 5 theh on tho works which toast mil will followseoMCpb II 10 Tit Ill 8 Jas IUI2H uMay we ever listen to the words of the Spirit In this Infallible book wheth er they conic toua through prophets npoatlcs or Christ nI llf na won authorityn ofly GUll There ore before us n glorloui morning and an awful night but there Is no morning for those who despise tho word of God Isa JRCI 11 12 vii l 20 revised version No ono Is n of God nnd a Joint heir with 110ChrIst who has not received Christ 10hIs own Saviour putting nil his Ira as a sinner In the precious blood of tho atonement John I 12jJ John v 12s Lev xvII 11i Hcb lx23 but having thus become a partroJIIHif mid Hn kingdom Ills lutist be m nnnlfcst that wan nays lprlfy Him la Us chapter vIII t 1 + v1 1 Here We Are1 I The Celebra- tedHANAN 1 1 SHOE 1TheBest 011 Ea- rthPRTCE5OOPRf61 For Sale By DAY BROSO0J- ac soQ leQtLJcly I The Growers of 1Mutton and Wool 1 keel n few sheep with the dairy for I think they require so little attention says I Ii Stebblns In American Agri culturist My sheep are housed only during haul storms until the lambs be glut to drug and I seldom have n weak lamb Just year my six ewes dropped eleven lambs and raised them all 1 sold them III August at C cents vex pound alive nnd they weighted Just 100 pounds bringing T 2rO The owes sheared fortynine iiounds of wool which sold for 17 colts pound netting 333 or a total of tk from my six ewes A single lamb get orally will lie larger then n twin but my heaviest lamb weighted 115 pounds nnd his twlu 111 iKHinds Much de pends on the owe ns n milker ns to size of lambs As I was raised among Merino sheep when a lad I thought there was no IIhlt1 their equal and of course when I went to farming for myself I bough n flock of Merinos I kept them two or three years and sold them and now I would not tithe n bunch of Merinos a s n girt If I were obliged to keep them In the sixties when wool was from 73 cents to 1 pier pound the Merinos Just IInlttl the hill but when It comes t raising lambs they are not lu it w III tho coarse wool breeds Several years ago I bought n floc and picked out six that suited mo ns to build Then I got a Shropshire ran lamb of the same makeup nnd at two years old ho weighed 1100 pounds nnd my lock Is nil his get A year ago ono of the ewes lost part of her udder nnd I feared trouble with It in the future BO 1 sold her She was only four years old and would have been good for sev sent years yet She dressed ninety poundsI out In the business and bought a registered Shropshire ewe and she dropped n pair of flat ewe lambs My sheep nil dropped lambs except one within n week and four tripletsrelambs My sheep are about ns tame as n house catA Grant Irish Dreed The American Sheep Breeder prints tim accompanying picture of ono of the only native Irish breed of sheep itsystriking cons irutlo attention among the breed ers of OItntJlrltoln- It These sheep become very large and IiPnvy especially when fed null kept on A llOfOUUON ItAU limestone lands Sown animals recent exhibited weighed as high as 2CS old dressed lambs at ten months old tiara tipped the scale nt 12S pounds The mutton is delicious lend tho flavor excellent Another at tractive feature Is tho een mixing of the lean nUll tat which Is u great ad vantage from the butchers standpoint It1s to tho wool It Is white bright and nnd an expert from the Brad foul wool house when giving evidence before the government department I committee on sheep dipping lu London recently gave its opinion that tho wool of the Roscomuionaheep was tern best lu the whole of Great Britain Sheep Meurf Grler ncea VBc vyccn tie rallroula ami the fSy c e N I I 1 v t reserves the sheep men of our country ago being subjected to considerable hardship said Thomas J DIckcrsou of Walcott Wyo The railroads are Belling large tracts of land to big stockAtmen and theca stockmen will not allow any trespassing Every alternate see f thou is owned by the government and ono moan San na much right to It as anyother but wo cant get to It without titrespassing and so the men who have bought railroad loud have the use just twice the amount Included In purchase This bars out the rest of otI+ 3r The Medicine Bow forest reserve Inl2l0 taken a good deal of our Ia The law limits tho number of sheep be put on tho reserve to 40000 and In ttho past nt least 100000 have found FXai good grazing thereon The matter of trespassing was taken Into court awhile ago and It cost ono big firm in the that8JspectcdV What BKerp Eat Professor Kennedy of the Iowa ex periment station says that there aro GOO kinds of weeds and grasses grow tug in the agricultural states and of these sheep eat 550 horses eat 82 and cattle eat BO Ho says sheep relish most weeds hnd do well on them and therefore evSry farm of a quarter see tion should havo at least a lock of twentyfive sheep to help keep down the weeds and that susali flocks pay their way on most farms In this way He says Less later Is required In handling sheep than almost any other kind of stock During a large portionkOf the eor will take care of them themsw Ji certainkseasons food carp and attention This la esp idaily so at lambing time Oi HutrulMK the RhubarbYGive the rhubarb plants lu the gar 1ii 6eo s den a heavy dressing of fine old como post If you wish a few early stalks placo kegs or boxes over some of thutplants and heap over them some manure Cotton NuteIForeign authorities say the 1003 cotton crop of li linn Turkestan Is un h usually large be luautflcleut d r for the Russian cotton wllI 11Uln a nucccss Porto Rico cotton Is said to be of ex 1 ceptionally tine quality Santo Domingo has a small Insect 1 f called the cotton bug that seems to have put a jiowerful dumper on ex perimental cotton growing there 1tP Farm and stanch says some inventors of boll weevil machines have proved CtIalchines and the companies thus formed are now selling umcblnea According to advleva iron Jamaica the government ofMhat island intends to make extcnslve xperlulents in got ton growing and to puqh that Industry If jou wont your grboerloj carried to your kltahenPhoneSS rnr NOTICE 4 We have been engaged for lhetpiastrtwo years In the mountains of Eastern Kentucky bllW lug Bud mineral t and timber lands for Astern capital Ists We have at this lime completed the larger portion of our work timid we desire to say to the people ot Breslhltt snit adjoining counties that wit are + c now randy to take up all our eases In this Judicial District which has been r lIegllelel on account or our work hi J t tho coal Heidi You will Undone or t both of us In our ofllce In the Old liar gts Building during nil holiness hoursyC Youn very truly r T COII W N OOPS 1 n ffIaT riIfIl L JA Sf 1- JJ 13 1 4 t THE URUATHITT NEWS J WISE UAfllNS Editor Friday Iobrruiry 3O 1004 JOHN 13 WHITE s L a lUyQCr Room 003 Kontucky Title BldR V Loulmllle Ky Will practice In Slate unit U S Courts Buys und veils ttenl Inmate Keeps Rood Jlat of Fiums nt fait trice Spo clnl attention given to Oil Coal and Timber land Reports Values on ape plication Director for the New Era Land Company In gjf Circulation inoro than FOURTEEN HUNDRED copies R ArK will accept ndrortisoinonts ly on n guaranty that our paper has more than twill the circulation in Brcathitt County of any paper published Our paper goes to ov lar ory post oftlco in Perry County andalmost everyone in Lee Ma goflin Owsley und Wolfo Coun tiesIf you want to reach tho moun tnin trade tryan ad in tho BKRATII lug TIT COUNTY NEws of A Great Offer Tliia is Presidential year and- over Democrat will want to read the CouriorJourulland every Republican will want to read tho V Louisville Herald the leading papers of each party in time State of Kentucky In order to allow jour readers this privilege we have decided to give each of our subscribers t both old and news either the CourierJournal or Louivillo Herald absolutely free of cost for In one year On receipt of one 1111 dollar tho regular price of they Breathitt County bows at any retime between now and March 20th + vuAyill receive either tho Jour itiroutnll or Louisville Herald oj W olio year free This olferwill 1Y be fwithdrnwn March 20th i p i I JS- i t Ise i Wo are happy to announco tlat wo have secured the services o- lMr D Wall Fitchof Leitch Held h abyprinter in our ojlice We ha t boon delayed In get illguLn few of our last issues pij count ol o thenrshort comings of our printer etc iIr hI1itRcilU8pleRsurti Jo nr form yon thatViYo Jhavp just iii stalled a ii w Gampbell Cylinder i Press the best iri lie mountains e f aiuUvjth time aid of Mr Fitch who is tijiuodel young man with vnono ottjio hall habits we promise to bo out on time hereafter and will give you o k Pa PImore than the price ve lit Tell your friends about our r f N newspaper offer and take h jRdlJtn o of it yourselfiM Pure Bred lion Trade t- a Breeders of pure bred swine were hardly nblo to keep iip wjtk their or ot lIars while fat hogs were high Their surplus aOGk waspnapped up at good 11 prices nut since hogs mare declined breeding stock is not so muck in de I inaud liitnct the Inn IIsouly a traction of what It was n year n oj tjyS ago nt this time Stockman and l lIIerl1ohlli host there Is just an niuch I Hgt tor brertlliiK hogs now ns there 11 gver WUH but people will not buy be 1 cause the hog market Is so dlscourng 1 1rulh market for fat Logo should Ve very little to do with the extent 1 jjpt tho demand for breeding stock but should have something to do with dl fprlees nil It has Just ins tilt hogs s- a decline nnd ndrance So do pure bred al 1 cnn bo bought cheap now iirill1tls limo time to buythem regard 111 rI 1 the ottigr fellow Is doing Y 1VhF7xit Hoof Irrlilfirr nil fforfs tan i erect swine I by + JT from Vuii Iisre1YeJn oily cougtara t tlrrlj irtvssfnl tl1e nppllllllCiS i art 0 pally Ali cess Hogs are ntI iittsc ns Pis the earth 1 ffrtI11II1 Ie Ttll try to thfin In stilHof IIOR tTfincw rings nudd Ether device ylicy nevi the worst In tlii IIPIIIIIi11 jmnthe fall when the Iny ZHeifcniP out g fluC Tennessee FarmerftT Every Bottle or GHsmbertiilns Cough Remedy Warranted r W Vfe guaranty every bolds ofClinm p belulus CoaK1 Remedy mad will refnlil p the money to anyone who U not suiia I ae fled after u liiK two ihlrd of the con tents This It file lest remedy in the world for Ii grJm scoughs colds r croijii Iud whoopIiiBCOURh und Is pleas aliiafld mete to lake Ii preveirts any r teitiiHey IIr a cold to r sill in pneuino TnlltPiW1 by LiAr lions Co a l for the NEWS 100 e rtwY rjrtd t t =sJ rP111 sJ J7 i MOt f 4 Qr II THE FIRST CROSS the llnh Uno Why II h So Hf relive iind IIrn lug All our readers who have used thor oughbred animals even If only of fair quality on the common stock of the country have been lath surprised and delighted at the results of the flrst IIi cross fart of this Is no doubt duo to the superior care which time farmer will iiro give to the get of n lIre for which ho celIIIintroduction of thoroughbred Blood whether of animals or plants Is that ItIn encourages time farmer to Rive better care or cultivation ns tho case may be lost This however does not altogether nc dny count for it One of time reasons and the main renJson why this first cross Is so effective Is day that there Is no particular prepotency the blood of tho common stock of the country It line been cross bred Indls old crlmlnntely bred null BO altogether fur mixed up that no particular animal has any particular potency or prepotency When prepotent blood Is crossed with this the offspring therefore take main after time star In other words the Influence of the sire la preponderating In fact dominating and controlling from IVe remember reading somewhere attempt to Introduce n breed of I nglllhI mutton sheep on the sheep of a particu district In Franco Cross breeding Tailed because the sheep to be Improved Lfs lied been bred so long In that particular climate that they were almost ns pre potent or as the fanner would say as strong blooded ns the animal Intro luced On tho border land however Mis Between this strain and another strain day where there had been some cross breed time crossing with the English sheep week became very effective that Is time lines prepotency in time native stock hail keen broken up and hence the English blood became the controlling force Horse breeders have noticed that n W mare with no particular blood line of ten produces the colts most like the sire and for the same reason It Is always ndie safe proposition to Introduce OilY kind of Improved blood for crossing or using on the mixed stock- Itreeders have often noticed that no 1111Iblelias been on time commou stock of mixed breeding It requires n great dent more judgment to Introduce the second cross timid than the first nail heft is where the breeder has nn opportunity of esercls Ing superior judgment No sire Is perII feet There are always defects In him uul in his get and sometimes defects ap Qinu pear In his get which had not appeared the sire the result of the Inheritance blood which fur sonic reason had not out In the Individual Vfo once tta herd bull which was n remarkably smooth level and exceedingly flue inluial We were greatly surprised to find that the majority of his got dropped a little just behind the sh uldcrsr lime bull showed nothing of this but been evidently It Imd come down from some veek niceslor therefore the sire should be selected with a view of correcting the detects In his get Wherever that de fet may be the succeeding sire should tilt particularly strong In this poilltnIf any man makes half with the second crossing that he did IIIIII the first he should be satisfied and the ireatefnnmber of crosses the smaller iroporllbnute Improvement will be undo partly because there Is less room are or Improvement and partly because here Is more and more similarity in the bIOQdllncs Wallaces Farmerrtl HINTS FOR FEEDERS I All sorts of experiments and practical work are being undertaken to find put the possibilities of alfalfa At time sick tockyards the other day 200 hogs weighing from 275 to 300 pounds each Icre shown which the owner averred mad never seen any food slnco weaning tit alfalfa null they were prime pork ers but while nil conceded tho great nine of alfalfa as hog feed time above ucccss seems almost an exception AtJlie Nebraska state station farm Dveral bunches of bogs on alfalfa pas urage each bunch being fed varying mounts of grain down to no grain lad t the eye the hogs that had some grain J were doing much Getter them those on II alfalfa Some oilfclar figures show that nn acre of good alfalfa will sum her ten shote hogs and n grain mixture d shorts and corn added showed that the growth gain was nearly double that t the alftUJlVfjjd shotes thou i lime figures in acre of aifolfir ad nu nctualtmdlt4of Toe pounds of Ipork gain mnn tlw actual value of rinli ic alfalfa nt8pTr hundred of hog MS 1 rile t Ceelon trom disease of vas Ifalfn fed bogs is n matter of ct tnmonv remark All this goes to show astern farmer wants to try by every means nt command to grow alfalfa referring again to tho Nebraska state inn the third cutting of alfalfa 011illl tbe lot after clue years in clover yl 1 over one and onehalf totisluf acre IIlId the sn 1 showed Cory little If nnyInit Jterlorotlon trim Its best yields with I ly showing of n yet fourth good crop nd promises yet years of good Ielth without Cincinnati COlliI erclal GnzettcJFeed anil IIUUIUuK8UII Pure water and lots of It Is needed nil animals 5 fj feeling on tho ground Is wasteful h id unsatisfactory t Comfortable buildings for stock helps- midn lessen cost ot fecVlV A system offfarmlng breeding orell ilrylng that cannot b improved onrill is not yet bees dlscovnred p Better sell half your stock and build w nod shelter with the proceed of sale ir the other half In thls way yon 1111 ily iso Limit as much feed und grow rlftler neater stock and In the end your jweketbook will bo Just as full tli amtot less erpense and bother m 1111 FS5252525252S25252525225IDIIr LEETE BEIJKIS li CIVIL ENOINKliU AIi ItY1LVIYORScu wll Prone isinil classes of work iild iATiSFAcflON GUARANTEED VII O njKFIOE lei NnIliUi 51 liRruY +k 1A 1 COiTCSpoudcncc i t UOUSSg u i- Mr Mary lIen IlY Mimi of Oreen ii ioy Is on time sick list Joreph Lovely and Robert Mulnlodi tuUltiR ties to market thU turk Bet Duiiiol Mclntokti held 77 ftrvl during Jnliuary 1001 and toll lit Robhlni on limn Uh Stinduy February Nunn Miller aged 03 years ili d UVdnejdny nnd n asbarlyd1hura fn the Mlnlx grave yard ManTord Riehle conducted Sun School on the South Fork rill the 1resbjlerlnn Church 0 R McQnlnn who U shout 00 yenro imam hud E II Mlnlx to taw timber hUcuflln- HEUVM Ilichird Herald who fi attending school at Jnckgnii vlrilteit his parent Friday until Moudny- llarlmi Grinilli visited It II llernld adO Grlllllli of Turkey Creek visited mint Mrs Hell Terry at Cupc Brunch Snturdny and Sunday MissJnliii Uiillitlinn stud her Iltllr- niecellied LUll EIU Evans visited I tint und Guppie 1 erry Sntnr nIght Aruh Jett Is on the tick IM thU Hits ItIclund JILt viiiteil at Hock Lick innu 8nncllltlmEmily Herald visited her sister Mrs 0 Cu nd I IT Saturday mall Sundny 30th Mrilru Herald Is at the point nf of lINOASTIK link lile George Couch of Greelny was I1IIwef Muse Huberts Saturday mall Sun fnmily A 0 Eaton is moving his saw mill week ed T S Sliackliford and A C Knsllu were Creek ntliiiilmicc upon Court lanl week J K llobli E II Smyth nnd J IS chrsed were suninionid In Itentlyvllle- list week tu le1 nil about how bud the county Democrats were intimidated by the- dapnllicn11duf the Kincniitle piecinci the November IllcllulIuIll DnvUof 11 inehlsltr trims selling- nn dny our mercliHiits Siiurdny in to lenrcli of eggs and possiiin skin Ito K bridge earpeiukrs leave sold on time siding hero for tin IntOne but left for Jiicksim MOllclII lie It reeins the Special terllllmihe ire Irice ircuit Court I it rutlier a vluwtgn MIt luwyHrst in mum + t ur Ifs Important into are in Krniikfurl lighting agolntl clinngn in uiir Judiclnl district iloiiifj Mrs Niinnv Smj tli w ham bas beon re- iouly nes ill fur Hit teat iwu weeks f onirtbftler nl Ihfs rilllliIhl there 11111 Impesiif her recovery A C Eiistln Id at Lee Olr this went saw mill nr Mrs APE Slnieki m iiliif Abner IlIllIl 41r8Tljns hazel him rented n part nf Mr tll+ liocriver form mill U moving Ihere ind JlUWHlJt lIt Airs T r SliuuLelfiiid has been on the pIe lion fur the 1iifll two weeks 1 irOllnger is hopping nbuilt mi nc with Muni of stepping uiiit unit n few dajf bnclcr II S i tiibtJ QltttN I hf Jacob Iiullrnnd children and Imd lisBLfllie Hush hove been vinliiug rrlllIoInntl mrlntiwsa Ilrhig 1111 IInrdI rlclta Creek near Clay Oijly Mull in Admin nml IIIBllllhiiird Adnm lash Fridiiy He I s serh lusty III of 1Iit11 Zer Uiifh wnitjn lienltyville lust eek utteiidiiiK Jne peelnl term of Circuit Court In Lee county t Mrnnd MraGoo Tliniiker of Xiioliii 11ft quitu ill of the Iiicii3lu + Uncle Ixaluli Spencer of nnlmrinh in ntttndfni Circuit Cmirl nt HenU 5 aJi Hie lust week I ri8n I M Dniilil of Will hlIllr woe ai Ridgrn uad Jiticllum In + t 1Vednrwhiyv A M Sides of KMgftvnod pnld7ibiui + s trip to AViticliister ln tTiirtjiiy- Eiirlo 0 Ailfy has in Wlnoltistef Hpek piltQliiisliig liiilie fugfdrio 1IIIIIrrillHl JlifT lecinl IIIIu mid thud Frank Dniiitl flfOimil who were mnmVij iiccnily ill + alt IIoU nee fir limn linn belli 5 reP ill tIl1I1r the liiiiciion Prito i Isii 1Ii1 imher inspectorlit ilin Inner jdneN- sr Itiier Krmvn nnd Sunof 1 tichetHr lie hiit brMu seem to be n ulllinntcli eouplo und w I trust Hint Ilifir Hint cnreer Yih IleIIS Imppy nnJ oiiperous as tho God of 1 icluldj Uh GioSlewiirt of Williurtt vvaiaenln our niidRt lust Touidny NOurof 05 soul can boast ofren newly Pc nrried people nil of whom are actual aidontsnnd Gave been married v1tl1T I the pnH ulna I fnotlcd llmt nearly 11enlrimercelli t- IIr lha totnlpopululion urn iJfldKi i ldlie urideGl onu stale ntFnffatraII ant jjlon ntlhues SIIIllflnr bl In excess of flttyRie1lit6ab- lPANTED J I 1 fltTn buy lugs fur eer w rklO Incites and iip illy 9 glli will pay cash j- VJ 1 iaibToni PI Norton Ya r I 1 rdr M 4 Normal and Business Department of Cees Coleffiate tfnstituie WILL OPtS January 4th 1904 i C JiI ai2lJi SHPKOF J F LU KENS so longand favorably nsioointul the Iiutitntiou will conduct the Normal Work Kx porieucocl and thoroughlcOlllpettmt tcnclivrs will bo in charge of tho ineJ3 Djpartmant IlIUMAUYACADEMIC COIIKOIATH MANUAL TItAIMNO- XOUMAU joMisTic oOII XCJ HOAUDIXG 11sl1ir111fNi Students pursuing Normal or Husinosa inrais may take advantage of the Acadumio anti Collegiate Dupartmuntd with out extra charco will admit holdur to any sollogo of the laud luition and Board tClOllllhlcE4 URn on or address 31 L GI ItII1 Prhlled I all fl Jackson KoiiHiokv t10 EYIIJEIIThfre have lIr winter tlm i fnr and Uilburn Don anys there will be twentynine be C winter breaks George Martin an old nolJler of the = Ky Vol Infly has hml incrente p pension grntted and U now drawing 1000 per month Lee Vennnble of near Vincent who been suffering frun ilomncli trou for some ytnrsdled at hinhoinu Uit HH leaves n wife nnd n Inrga to mourn his loss who bore ouriyiniinthioThe Gooplro Oo lies IURV their ntnvo mnchinery from Cow to Mendow Creek mall Is niw working up the limber recently pur of L 0 Ruse Andy Juddn oltlzan near Kudee llmie Imd his hones mall its coulunl lestioyed by lira Thur dny evenini lenving him nnd family entirely deMi lls culled on our citizens Sntur far old who responded liberally ins needs Geo M Trendwny of Lev tine 1 l out hh entire interest In the Dry f + nnd Grocery biilueM nt tint to the Trice Rrua sung of Iunc 1 who will continue llm iMMlnet the fnme old vunil The Irndii c yes efiect the lot dny of Miircli ItHckiipli and linker win have bcpn n genfrnl mHrchniidlniiiK liuol nt Cow Creek fur moor years are winding up tlifirlnnines nt tiint plnrc w hl go into tIlt innui business nt Wiiinore Mutch Nt Old Aunt Rfheeen Clinmber of Lnw Twin paid our town n visit on tin of the in mill She role bore from hoots to Itoonurillp a db ice of 11 mile She IK 83 pears old the tliermnineter at zero inn ky ns Phe is usunlly pnlled I + we1 i rrd rill n women of iHrngH the- nnsttucaasnttalker J you Nesr hlllfIl the hst reocollecllon I ever snu- iqg person of her age She urns nilsMl niv Hooiivlllf belnj n dvugliler of infrof thruld pioneer of tin conniy hiii Ro e Sr She touo dinner wiili pniifcurraapnntlenl who is n rein tire mho old Indy nnj tin first ttinehV fd ever met lictr Cull nfialn lunl and Hscky Your visit was highly np precfntml r you 111Imalljlox IIIHIIIIl tlteenitlnl thomouth of U r Ol f rIIInofifpt his + t i tiiIY i3 llloretrl indi iriT liHiniMHlriTf Jiiw Creek there is Hili ilhytcnrfe with at least a dozen expo 5i ttwhich Indfflnte Hint Qvs tit be ft Imbed ofj miillpox III great while 1Ille silie Unlit Itmllh Inkes thp antler In lifufntniU the lluniun ns It should r ite pectfiilly Ynller HrilcJies = f Combination Offer I j Hyioiir liberal terms with he pub Ishorii of other papers wo nri able fdhllHli you two pnpura fura Ijllle Hiin the price of eau UB ciiir iiveyiiiiiiuniy on niiy impor 111111 fakN Wit will fiimlsli you TIIE S11I HT COUNTY NEWS ujid ofHm following vi CourlciJournnl jK IaLouisville llernld a Chicago IlIleroCllInj I Cincinnati Ell tu r riLexington Lemjer n k j Hone and Knnnpr New York Trilinne Fiirnfer + + Ono Year For Oulyr laff one sliould ha vHholitH he calm buy two elite boat ntliII nhnlryfir no lluji MviiiHyi j4 of oiiolufmcd n ii tier ndvislTsfd Dniilel U Hurst post mneler nt e oll Ivy February 10 Lit 1001 mall ea of to the Dend Letter olllce at IVusl1 D 0 for week ending Murch t11100Jrime t lhlIlelOllett tried Rlld- you ex will always ute Olinmberlalns onincli und Liver IlI blets sage illluin A Girard Pease Vt These ublete era the moitjirjQjibJecatlmrla ate For tale o lhhiORDi7RTIROf111tIff11TRRRfllfllllllL LAAVVKU JACKSON KENTUCKY = WiIIllrllellll ill Hrenlhill und 2 lung llln amuiultl- esilnluWUWUUUUwWHIUlulluUlllllln = 11AiCIII i IIIHI ii wi JUKI FULL IINK OF ALL KINIH Dl IU3T CLASS JKWKIUY tNI Nil FUUAHK C1VF MK A 3AII 1111N IN JACKSON 5 D FCEFi O- RnrrFrlllc A1l WJIOI fHE l3REgD MAKER no fenr of the nxull wlnn oniiij Mansfields Flour white and bus Ihu nnliirul Insti lluvor of limo whent berry Mnke butter uhitrr liinll ltJl bread Hiiin have been uflnjj beo mime It ir lcl rllllllh boat iilieul nnd millet canlife tight 1rnylfu Hie Lest ciiiipiid ler flour null tiiKvKtucby 1IIrotdAk v ir Kroner f r il t 0 MAXSF1HLI S SON U033LYN KY ref e tlrS c rva unrutnPreat4ent Cttinitry flab iltlln Iharbor Jllrli rxy ntbahy was horn I did not J teem jUrtjim my strengthalthough the I ocMr e con td getfinkWine ofCudul tlwhatIt would doctor and was I IYI1rtngthnd health I m tofek1 was out w i to UU I Il IIII wimit1aNe I am very enlhusl I H EW+e pmg E Us ItJIrevenLl aIiwho Wine 11111 O wt tiM hIJr of her 1 MsotUAratk bd taken bahYClmesJtmke eoT ry should WMEB e ly a to every 5 1 T IrJu I t I d = b J j Ira jt Day fSros C f q tr I ii the most conplets stock of GENERAL MEROHANDISE br ConsrstinoW f ter 911 t Ut a- p Jf fV ooust y x I 11 lfriOlfSt v 1 I 0t f i uqt fFfQtSt foesf li a JVe have the Finest line of SHOES in astern Kentucky ur mens shoes are If the Latest Style Jiltthe Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot- oF Shoes money cquld buy illinery GoodsR is this Department is under the man agement of Mrs JR J Fulkerson who r how you j Latest Style Hats dire t from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOOll Iill the Latest Patterns and wCA 1 esFIeslr t the Eastern MarfGetsaJ If you need any Mouse Furnishings o- rFURNIfUR0ti ale the people you are looking for v7 ve have it by car loads to suit every body w J Come and see us our 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiimiiiig JrejIIRigfitfIIlUi 111111 III UIII I 111111111111111111111111 IIIIIIIIIUJI I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI nllieli t 1 4 w v01 r x Wfy tE Q ta Mo J I Q 1i 1 I J rr C jr Ar I M t t1 I otMtJi f es ty Stock Reduction SAL 20 PER- CENTrOFF On all Muiitf and flop Iwatyweigi t Suite Ilinta Ovuruouta and B c Liulioa and Ge- ntsFURNISHING e GOODS till tliesw good will bo sold regardless Dont delay liven among this Lcd there is H choice liven in thlulu there ha complete LOW PRICEThroughout our stock- S L tc J t C KIELMAN Jackson Kentucky 1 s4 I NewsIThe Breathitt 1iiMbiiiutl Every lrlilrty iS52sa52Si5ES2I1i52Si52i1ifJill I gBtilrZSr5 5Z 5252S2 caJ 4 trCirculation tlllmI IvOUUTKHN hundred cUIloIAre you a subscriber to 4 When la Lexington slop with lIarlI t Bros tit Heed Ilntuka I i ToU Sulldgold Juwelr soul hy J UoLa prelrrdea yof CtII tl UniversityJ- Ulunun huIlnu for sale a WS 1pur barrel Junes Uniidlll of Stevenson was hernnlt hnanness Wllnudy Uapt Joliii Plckurd returned Wcl nedni from a business trip to Lexing luq William llnlley nsslslant agent at lhetjltot Is vlilllng rjlatjvei at Mt + wll itR wllHpay cash fur tominonweallh 1prw ij and sc oil CUImi A s JAlixioNTf ulfonW J Ooll for line Jewelry guafunteed from 1 year to 20 years r J IK Moor bus bought a lot 80x01 feet on Broadway of John Dean Con sfderwtiuu 1150 Loh iIntf1M anti hues 4- J a APCKAWKORUAOO IM Davidson amorchuitnl WOo bbam unii hers on builtnlis Tuelay and Wednesday j G c mime cud ItO nt We will please VJou AIOKAWKOHDCO f Attorney J M fejUrof Wolfe coun Tuesday on legalty wns In Jackaon r buslneit tU you hove any engraving to do try S Fleenort f iiorn to iri rind Mrs Jeff D Olmm- iierson Lower Twin Jreek abpy UU t Tuesdiora week ago- 4 1 JarterclIl your hair In th6 niostup tudate y fr r m V 111 esJNorA Lovelase of Frozen and k Carrie Thomas of St Helens vlsl ln Jnokson Monday andTnesday i Win E GambeU aiidwtfB of u arde 1 Greek ulin iTniM luiLli been i titor several weekirimveubout reaove 1 4i iif tL I t 10 et fMLl nf of lie It Kaihof Validate vii iitfJaek ISH I of Pure bred Pokln Ducks CVnUliilt dian Game chickens end Belglm arm forsalaby M A M Ilsnls IJJackionfr HtladP Crawfordel Coji nd iu thU issue Try thorn Uncle Bun B Bigstaff hit m Itcl from Ailiul to Frozen and hit littnd quarter will bd at Frozen till further noticelMiss Molll Maloney of Oa ddr via lied Muss Mjfaiiwy Davis JU Inr garet Crawford during time I l t week end attended Waihingtons lirth fay exercises at the college I D U Hoblnsun Dm butch wAnt to Frankfort Tuesday to collect in la the siI ItCatherine Hobinion a dpcr ilt woman who lives on Cane Creek tried Tuesday before Squire Jiims Edwards Acting County JuJce or Breallilll on a chugs of IUIIBIJ cud adjudged Insane She was ord reJ i be taken to the asylum at Lex Mi Ed Eaton of Clay City wm sht- alld killed at Beattyvlllu JUllcll1 las- sFriday evening by James Blinltui tha trouble came up ovyw an nldIhe and Eaton wasdVunk at the time Mel Ion gave himself up to the author t3 and pleads selfdefense Later IIIheld In a bond of 12600 In tit III which he was sent to Jail Win Mays deputy marshal ar J II EathlngtonlastSaturdaycli with violation of the navigation He gave bond for lilt appearance fore the U S Court at Frankfurt alio arrested Fellow Fngale s mouth of fen Allle Init Sunday ell with fulling whisky Fugata was In 300 ball and III default of seas taken to Franklort Wednesday Tuesday was the lint day that shown any indications of Spring i turous spring birds have commrJ looking around to get straws and liaise for their new years nestn venturous bode have commence peep front their frozen rtreata on reconnoiter and skirmish along batllements of seasons end the pj up merriment of youth la hennl 1111 i ery hand Mr and Mrs A P Jackson of 111 4 brio were hero several days ago InI business conneotedlwlth t suit fur a vision of a tract of land on i Fork containing about 1006nO Jackson was the widow lPlo away Wlreman who owned lie lastdat the time of hll death and left iiu rvi WhJmlhe widow and two ehlldreq land bll divided and r llagbtrBowI1 are the Uorner f L sVaslshgtuna Hlrlliday 1eretsc Wnslilnuton4 Birthday was cele brated Mimdiiy night nt the college with exeruixKK think wero blfihly np proprlntu nnd stood Iuhtg Promptly nt seven oclock the audl toilnm was brllllniilly Huhlfd nod It wan not lung err n hinge crowd b gnn ourlng lulu the build lug Never li turn in the hUtory of tho scjinnl lum n more Inlvlllgcnt situ reperlfriaud lence H pinliUl In lift riinpii ami no more Iniervsling priigraniine could hUt been arranged A 1 7t If oclock Prof M S Glrtoti appeared on the stage nnd In a few concise remarks outlined the exercis of use evening together with n hear welcome to nil present The pro ramniQ ns provlotinty arranged was fully carried slit with the single ex ception of tho young pleas declama tory contest nnd every feature wan iroiiiiiinccil a full succees Mrs A II Pitltnn nnd Mis a Drake the college faculty were thin llrst to appear In pursuance of the pro rnmint In rendering n clmrming duel This wits performed to the Riipreiiif delight of Ihn audience which was held spidlbound by their exqulsllo music And UN chase excited relentless cheers This was tidlowed by the chorus by rlmnry department which wa one the most delightful features of the evening It CUll it11 of slngli g end ililforin drill nnd Ihe mnntier of per ormnncii proved that ntmnit care and skill hhd been employed in its prepar ation Mod ol the Primary pupils of the school were Included III thus nxer cise uml credit should be given Mist Annie Irvine for the matchless training that hand beets given Columbia he loin of Ihe Ocean was Ilse IIlxltUlIl liy n chorus from tin nteruieilfnte nnd ColVglate depart menls No morn appropriate fen turn was Introduced in this lilting celebra tion this fund lemembraiiCH of Ihe Father of Ont Country and ns the gets voice uttered the words of that patriotic HIIIR vivid Inspiration seemed Io enkindle lbrouglioiiit the entire audience Tho contest In reclialion wail then upend by Mhaa Lucy Wllllnius with n recitation entitled A Stray Sunbeam wan a innsi bcpiitiful Mini nppn- irlnte kolrclion cud was oilmiralily rendered Following MUs Josephine Mcflulre- lellvered n recitation entitled BiK Ilea Bollnn I lew wai a beautiful recllatlon stud was revived by the stud tears with lienrly apply UH Mils Ida inborn ii jib a beniiliful and appropriate reiilalloit closed the young Indies coniest MUses Margnunt nod hunts Craw fund then rendered duel which war appropriate at d charming mil well re ceived Miss Ray then xniig a song entltlod Tell me Swallow which WIR so en chsntlng that nt its close she was re railedMisses Mjfnmvyand Ylolette Davis rendered duct murh to the pleaiire the entire audience This wn followed by a beautiful rendition by Dlias Alleno Drake entitled Voices of Spring The exrrrlneii of Ihe evening were closed h v nn npproprinle fong by Mrs A 11 Pillion Mr C Phillip Mlec tiny links Pntrlck suit Crnwfoid This unsn usual pleantnl feature and was ndmirnbly performed The Judges Attorneys J J Rank stud A II Pa I ton mud Dr Vanee OHut Ihiii retired and after tutu tie Illmrationi nwnnled the medal In the voung ladles contest to Mls Jsiepliinu McGulre Notlva Notice U hereby given that time part nership hereloforo existing between Ihe undersigned allll11 H Grain and J P Oraln under the linn nu tie of Oniln GlIIl1hstr Co luau Bern dissolved by muliiul cniuentiif sill llm parties rein The nldCrnhis nsitime all the IIIlrll1I1 linbillttes of the firm Tlils aloell 21 IWH NH Combs DrJP Bopgs of Kobbfns relumed Saturday from Loultville where lie sad been Inking a putt graduate emtfjtj of mvdlcino A WEDDING RINGSS- olid 18k Told in a variety iii Widths and weights a em Qt neI RiD t Jet In bright spnklliigianonf 01 Perfect Beauties a 1 lii0 TO 818B UP WEDllNa PKKSKNTS Silver l im Cat glass hKChunks Rrwto Ornament IIlll- Vi aKcTl 1lLLRrSr- 1a EAST MAIN STl r SITF sfitePlsuel- i x lItlr Lexhlplon r Ki I Irlfraf It Ids le Lee Oily trait visiting here during the week Miss Mnllitt Cope of Taiilbee vMled In Jackson ilnnti weekt1 have lerrral hundred deeds roIcorded during soy tarot of olllco nMI County Clerk These arc vnlunbl i IIII Ihu ownera of tlm luiid and I 1111111I be glad for theta locall pay feet and tnke them wit J WlM IllgilS 3 S rwilertlf this Arling ton llnliil who rented it mist October to Win Tlptoii on account of usher husltiuss engngeinetits has again taken charge of the hotel nod will give It hiliI personal attention hereafter Mr Taulbee sepsis tuba welljiilted to the hotel business nod we lasts heard ninny favorable comments nlnce be has resumed control See S U Fleenor fur nil kinds of flnlIdillS Jewelry Special iitUiiltiii j1eliIto till kind of watch clock mild Jewelry repairing Ainiing tliote who iiitended Court nl Cyntbinnn thus week ns witnesses fur jut Commonwealth v 1 IIUl1lonlllllhI lira wer the following A II ShllllA S Johnson Henry C HurU SI llollon nod lilmnri Collier Adnin was sentenced cue year ali 1101 IIlogs bond was f nfl iI 11 he being lickrstud nimbi to go anti Jnmes Ticky ease was continued till next lulelalIA eatlifltd customer is the best nllrverlliciiitiiil Our ciiitunmrs ndver the MS A P Ciuwroitu Oi A NEW KIND OF MEAT lloulU of Mr GuuilnlKliI llntlnK of IluRnlu null AIIRUI Cnlllc There in a uiiin In Texas who mina spent the last twenty years In develop log a theory which stow promise to rev olutionize the entire cattle Industry of Jthis country He la Charles Goodnight distinguished as a plillanlliroplat phi losopher nod sclontlst and ho line at n last succeeded In raising a peculiar cross breed of cattle cuibradnK the flavor of beef with the extra weight and fourteen ribs of the American hut silo Cattlemen are greatly Interested IIrMr Goodnlghts breed of cattle rheIanimals nro magnificently built weigh fully 10 per cent lIe than the average Texas steer Those who have tented the delicious tenderloin steaks from one of the new crossbred cattle declare that they are the best they ever ate It Is proposed to breed the cattle extensively for the markets where It In believed the meat will romI mand a higher price than even thor oughbred beef- Serettcen years ago use cold froiity morning snltl Mr GixKlnlglit I Hun rlN l a number of bulTulo cows and two buffalo colts grazing In a canyon some thirty miles west of my rand After a short chase my com panions nod myself succeeded In top 1 hug the calves mid these together with another animal a present to Mrs iood night were the nucleus for the present herd of buffalo now grazing In my pats torts It has been a long tiresome task and many times I was nlimwt forced to despair of reaching the site cessful end of my experiment but at last miccess collie to me nod I have proved flint a cross between the wild buffalo and the Angus breed of cattle has produced n valuable new breed of animals I have succeeded In producing a breed of cattle which rctalnlni all the hardihood of time buffalo possesses all the tutu Dualities of the domestic ani mal rile high bumps mind heads have disappeared but the bug deep bodies hiive remained giving a weight of at least 20 per cent more to the grown animal nml nt the RIIIIIA unto Improv hag the flavor of the beet These cat tit like the buffalo will grow tnt ou grass Which would starve the ordinary Angus herd and their ability to go long without wutcr sued face time severe storms of wllltlr1I one of time most im portant textures of the new breed A west remarkable feature however Isrthe fact that omen down to the eighth blood they retain the fourteen Sibs to n side jioictfsed by tljelr pro genltor thu buffalo thus glv lug more steak cutting meat and add stralsgestehnracteristl while the buffalo Is excitable and afraid of human beings lic rossiil breed Is much morXs gentle cveti than the ordinary Angus nnlinul und scorns to crave buiainTattcntlou rather than fearrte I THE PORKERS I Comfortable pig quarters CUll be cheaply built and comfort with hogs means ns much or more prollt than with stay other unliimls on the ftsn lIe Is a rich man Indocil who quit n ford to let a milking cow shiver lit the wind through u rainy cold alight or n Hock of laying they wont lie InyltiK though hcnrf roost whero wit and wind make tho night one lpng spell of lulrealnKhl1t the n nu who will leave Ida hogs to IIQlOWII In wed and thus exposed to ruin aiMLfwlaa inuat be wholly blind to profits and all hu titan fecllhg Sill inia long Journey through shq ouijtrj during a recent sterHiyw more hoWl In nuiil 1ch erleaf exwaedynnnls tuna nu landhh e tk iaklM l of good corutomnka tip fUe utatt which n t nm sure r plain earth niideod would do 1t1Wethey are at all practical but these can be monde with It good light and tight roof over tho sleeping iuiirtera and at least the north and west aides made wind proof Nearly always eon kind of refuse straw oats or some thing can bo found for a little bedding We know it hpd been rainy and bnd much worso than usual but dry apto or shed routs can generally be four somewhere on the farm If one about Itbakota jJianer F U a E f Confessed A 0 Adorns ot Cniino pUnd Rilllll Io thin charge of pnrjury nt yriI hiatus In court there last Tuesday nnd nuked the Jury to bo an lenient with rim PK they could lIe miulp n ilnlunipiil before the Jury to thin elTect that hu teeth field falsely nt thin trial of Jolt stud Whllp through fear of hU mil Adniiu testified at the trial hunt he rtrts In Jflckson nt the limn Mitrmim was killed and silts Jell nt the huts He slated In his confection Hint he was not in Jack eun that day and could provo It by the licIt citizens nf his neighborhood The confession mealed qnllo a sensation nnd the Jury gave him thin low ret penalty evidently concluding IhlllI the procurers were the morn guilty Miss Anna Uamtey was in Louisville null Cincinnati this well nllendiig the millinery opening and buying her new spring stock of millinery hazard loilj j I 00 F Xo Mr Whereas It hath pleased God in Isis nllwise providence to call nutullinueir Klizabctli the wife of stir beloved brother In the Lodge of I 00 F inn IIISO Caldwell we tbo inember thin Ilnznrd Lodge remembering kindness Io those abuts her her friendly diiposition oral ChriftiHU lift bow in liiimbln snbmisiilon to Ihe will Him who tlnelh sill things Unsolved J We extend wullIrowing family consisting of and 3 children our hentifult IImllllillI sympathy and tendered interest in them shnll abide nil troubles Ite otved 2 flint Iheso resolutions be spread upon this minutes of the lodge alit n copy sent to the bereaved Family and one lu the Brent hilt Coun ty News and mm Io the Thousand sticks 1 A Thompson J It Eversole Cuts It I Bo gs HComh Sep G Kslmnii who luau been making tour of the West for use past fhreo weeks returned home lust Saturday and Is now confined to Liu room with Grippe 11 W Curler hits rold his handier nut lot to Win Spencer for 350 possession to be given next Moo tiny Cool lInaberlauttlWmtuhl Wanted on hundred thousand acres of coal nod limber hinds In Enslern Kentucky rr GUll liar Eastern Uupt InllslR toO E SMIT- HLexlncon Kr Its Up you Vamps Courtileys Shoes ion APCRAWFORDc ITendencyol the Times Jr r TIll tendency of medical seleiice In Uaiaultpreventive measures The best IhVniljnlof that world is being gavels to the subject 1118 easier and huller to prevent Iliac in cure It hns beet demonstrnfeii that pneumonia Oslo Ilf most dniiRLous dlsonees that sited htul men have contended with can be pre vented by tile use of Chamberlain Cough 1ln1l1elllllllllh nlwnys retnlis trout a sold or from an attack erfthat this reuudy eounleraelH nail tendency ufo tiieio disease toward neinniinlnl TRlslias LII fully pros Is Jn maul ninimniil of ruses in whljj lliUtemedy his been used during the prevalence nfuuUlgMiid grip In Versa I years nod eon haregtelupuu with Im elicit iHiiitldence Pneinnonin often results from tu t cold when 1111 danger is njpCpheuded until it to eud deiilydijcnvereilvflmt there IB fevei 3sad dilllculty In breathing and pnlm It4t the client then ji It announced tlinl ihe patient Una pneojiionln Bo m ihe safe side nlIIlalt Chnmberhilni Cough Iteuiedas BOOH as the clIhlll contracted It nlway cures For til nIJy Diiy Bro Cu alt And thetormatlonsln which It iafouni 10Selll 25 cts for the Oil Prospector Guide WfH FAUIKNIill hnrheld Iowa alif Ilav6 asp lioaeee or lots 01 IsIIlIdi yep 1I1Itlo cell IJ tiLihem uitl laglni Bowling M R J 1 W Dean Contractor for Brick and Stono Work LImo timid Cement for sale Give lout n cull when needing anything in his line JACKSON KY NOTICEA- ll who nro indebted to time es late of J ll Mnrcum will please call and pay the same at once Mus J B MAHCUM ADJIX T F Wallers hns bought the Inter eUofG V Williams In the sawmill which was located on Miller hands nUll ins moved It to the mouth of Cane Creek where he has the contract for sawing n large amount o lumber The scratch ot a pin may cause thin lots of n Ilmbor even death when blood poUuning results truism the Injury All danger of title musty be avoided however I by promptly applying Cham berlain Pain Balm It Ion Antiseptic and quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by Day Bros Co Among those from Jackson who witnessed the rendition of ibis llur at the Lexington opera home this week were dipt Julio Pickaid Mr and Mrs A S Henry Dr and Mrs C B Dhkson 0 W Senoil O II Pollard L Y Itedwine Mr Duvall and Mr Gala When you feel blue and that every thing goes wrong take a dote of Cham berloiiis Stomoch and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and Invigorate your stomach regulate your bowels give you n rollih fur your food and musk e you fool that Hi this old world Is a good plnce to live For sale by Day Bros Co N B Climbs who has just retired from business from the llrm of Grain Combs Co takes this method of thanking hula ninny friends fur their liberal patronage during the seven years he was In business here If he should enter unto business again he would be glad to have all his friends call on him 0 Kelman ii paying the highest market price for beef hides and furs Kobort Thackott of Stanton has ac cepted n poshtiiu with Carter time Barber To No Cut off in SALE BY you lJO S UONALCAiIDSJ y J VlSK iIAOINCC X liOWMX- e1TAGINS BOWLING ATTOHNEYSArLAW Oftlce over PostOfflci V JACKSON H KENIOCKT A I IFAll builneis Intrusted Io thirii will lecelve prompt and careful at tension jt h= WtiNN NNMNNNN NNN N I I t A H PATrON i LAWYERf LJAOKSON KENTUCKY RAILROAD TABLES 1 Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIMETABLE Effective October 17 1003 East Bound No 2 Daisy a Sund 4Danyi Lv Lexington PM 225 Winchester 810 Cloy City 850 Stanton 406 Natural Bridge 485 SunyNO3 Torrent 449 Beath 511 0 ICJune 611 Ar Jackson 616 nllndId 7 r lOwy AM Flf Ar Lexington 1010 605 Winchester 923 520 aiStantonNatural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 847 Beattyvllle Jun 728 826 0 K function 629 Jackson 625 225fNos 3 and 4 make close connectlo for Cannel Oily arid points on Ohio Kentucky Hallway Divlsio dally ex cent Sunday Nog 1 Mid 2 connect at L E Junoyblion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt pointsNos q at Beatty vllle Junction L A for vllle dally fJCius SCOTT O P A ro O K RY t Effective September 1 1902 r East Bound West Round STATIONS AM AR PWk AR AM IV Mf LV 930 2t35 Jackson 1120 330 925 2t3DOKJllnc1128 985 843 108 Wllhurst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1153 430 750 128 Lee Oily 122 610 741 121 Heleehawa 1228 518 715 105 Oaiuiel City 1245 645 AM IV Ml IV PM AH Flf AR Westbound Passenger Train connects at O K Junction with trait which leaves Lexington at 740 am East bnud Passenger Train connects at U A K JiVncllon with train which arrives atAVInchester 520 and Lexington at 605 pm ML CONLKT Supt raBLUE GIIASS TUACTIONCO Georgewwn Amid Lexington Trac v jzhourp m Leave Pm is verhourfrom 7 rta mu 08 p tit and at 10 p lit Singlo fare 40 cents t J Leave Lexington for Georgetown eV ery hour from 11 m to 1 p in except E 0 11 a m 1 p m 8 p in and 10 p mt I Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 tt ft a m to 10 pm except 10 a in 12 m and Tend 0 p ms Y ALEXANDER President Vi at- L of W J o3 S400 TH E HAZARD BAPTIST INSTITUTE will JANUARY 4ms 1QO4 We hope to have our now building rehdy by this time It will be un elegant building consisting of live well furnished rooms halls and an oftice Tho faculty will cousialot Five First Class TeacjieWi fJ SINlciul attention will bo given to the Par ntioif otjVeachora for their noble tear 1 biI other departtuent3 will not be Be 1 youd tho Common School llmucbosthe folIfSU will bo Matheamt iEnglishAmericun st Science Music Etc Tuition IerMonth Fromlto 2 Board Including Fuel Lights Et6 175 to 2 J3 For further particulars call on or address A S PETREYfy on r E F DAVIS t HAZARD KENTUCKY 1 Sunday A WAGON BED tuffnl lnr CnrrjIiiK Stock and In Otlirr Knrm Work Some of his neighbors built a for carrying sheep and hogs proved so convenient that n correspond ent gives Its dimensions and plan In I cw England Homestead The frame for till hell Is 14 feet long and 3 feet 6 Inches wide The sldepleces are of T by Inch stuff and the end pieces of 0 by 2 Inch allowing nn inch differ diet for tongue nnd groove flooring There should be tour crosspleees to se cure the bottom of the bed Take ol1 buggy tire anti have straps math with n huh In each end Five of thes should be bolted on each side nnd two on each end as shown In cut Stand ants which are to slip Into thepe are made of 14 by 2 inch stuff 40 inches long For Bints get poplar tour Inches wide by threequartern inch thick Bolt these to the standards Tour inches apart The top railing la made extra strong by putting on nn extra strip which has a quarter Inch groove A tenon should be cut In the top of each upright to lit into this The corners nt the top should llxed with ordinary tlthp door fasten ings bent around the corner fastened nt one end and with a staple over Which to slip the other These can be held In place by small wooden to fit the staple I y means of this troll fastener at the corner the sides nnd ends can be quickly unfastened and taken off and the bottom can then be removed with case The wagon will carry twenty sheep or bogs at a load 1 have also found it most useful It- t + fcfflrin work Taking off the sides 1 I hoe n good boo for holding fodder bacco anti other things Aside from your own labor It is very inexpensive f FEEDING EXPERIMENTS Vclcli Couriien nnd SOT Dean liar na SiilmlltuUx For Wlienl Droll Ieedtiig experiments to ascertain whether hay made from hairy eowpeas and soy lleans could be advan tageously substituted for most of wheat bran In the ration of dairy cows led the Alabama experiment station to conclusions ot which the following la a summary The followhig values per ton were used in calculating the cost of food Wheat bath 20 veldt hay 10 cow yea hay f10 cotton seed 12 cotton scotl menl20 Cottonseed hulls 3 Vetch hay tlfls proved fully equal In feeding Value to a similar weight of wheat bran Ily this substitution the t cost of life food required to make a I pound of bluer was reduced 25 vet ccnt vWith llje vetch ration the cost of food 001k n pound of butter averaged 10 cents contrqstwltlJ 134 cents when when bran wnsTetl ibo waste In fccdlngvetch hay was with most cows about 0 per cent of the 4nlllouttofferoo nnd with cowpea hay I i 10 per cent The latter residue I W being useless Is charged as a part of flth rationj ibat portion of the cowpea hay actu 1 ally eaten proved fully equal In feed tlugvalue to a similar weight of wheat Charging cows with rill the cow IH uIu1YITIcdtuem we found that cowpea hay land go percent bf the feed 4lugvaliieof wheat bran d toil of this hay being equal to 1720 pounds of j wlihEln A ltJicat bran was worth 20 per J bay was worth 1720 t matI li iilfillllJlr roflts per cow jjere iiiF1rI DAY President 525P5252Si TOUD Vice jJ pr sident oii the Vetch ration ahdl35on of tho ration Jersey cows used In tlllH JItlfproduced butter nt a cost for Too I 8 13 cents per pound when fei 1 vetch ration Running cowpea hay through a feCiI cutter did hot decrease the waste In feeding this food Jour antI a half per cent more butter was produced with soy bean bny tha in with cowpea bny If wo take account o f the portion of each actually eater However a larger proportion of tb0 coarie stems of the soy bean hay wa S left uneaten When corn hearts were substitute I for wheat bran tho yield of butte was Increased by 8 per cent Oetllni Orentmt Value Front Crop Various farm products will rcprcsen t n cash value greater than current mat ket price for the saute If fed to llvi stock mid marketed In the form 01 r meat This assertion Is based by tin Montana experiment statIon on tin tact that during the winter of 1SOO am 1 1000 while clover was being sold It 1 the stock nt 5 per ton 701 was se IIcured by the station by feeling eloe IIto p It required 118 pounds ot to maintain n lamb and produci a pound or grain One ton ot clove produced 1G05 pounds of mutton which at 408 per lundredwelgb gave the above ivsult 1000000 Worth of Cotton Per nl Time total value of the cotton export ed during the fiscal year ended Jima e l 30 1003 was tl01SO120 and If the value of nil products of cotton esportci 1 be added thereto the figures are ralsei I to 37G7f 3018 or nn average of moor a than 1000000 per tiny during the en tiro year Crop Ueporter IN THE SOUTHWEST Matter at Intcrrxt tii Knrtiiem Cot IIto Grower mill Live Stock Men Irrigation In as essential as n fertlll IeEel In nanny sections of the southwest and the one need to be studied a1 much as tine other The water probler i has been solved by many stock forum era of the southwest by the boring oif artesian wells A colony of Japanese have purchase1 1000 acres of rice land near Leagiu City Tex They will plant seed rice from Japan having brought twent r tons of fine seed with them to this country The Japs are jjracjlcal rice farmers in their own country will- Ie doubtless make n success of the business in America The cotton planter who pastured lib cotton fields early In the fall ant I thrashed and burned nil the trash lii l9his fields has Just that much advantage In the boll weevil tight over the farm er wino has neglected to do this Congress has appropriated 230000 to be used to control time ravages of the boll weevil The money is to be ex tended under the direction of the agricultural department timid Is available Immediately 0Profcssor S A Knapp bus boom or dercd by Secretary of Agriculture Wil son to report qt Washington for the purpose of assisting to prepare plans for the Immediate expenditure of the appropriation madeby congress to fight the boll weevil The BouthwesU was well represented at the mooting of the National Live IISiock association nnd the National Woolgrowcra association at Portland IIOre Tine woolgrowern adulated n change In the method of Imndllni wool so that the producer may dent directly with the manufacturer In tho event of war In tine far east there will he an increase In the price of beef entile Meat maintains an ar my In the Jleld better tuna any other ration when accompanied by wholesome bread nnd no country under stands this better than the powers which threaten hostilities ItiHsIn nnd Japan Formers of Texas ore paying more attention to the breeding of draft horses since the price of cattle declined They are extensively used In every community and soil readily for cash Wagons must he pulled In nil kinds of weather nnd over roads which do not always class ns good and for this and other reasons the cjeryday morse con tinues to be In deulaiid Texas Farm and Itnncli I Ilnlltvnr Coimtrnctlon In Ihr Houlli Oklahoma territory sliows time greatest Increase In railroad mlkage having Co3 miles to tier credit Louisiana Is second with 440 miles Texas thirdI with 370 inllesand Indian Territory fourtbrfjYjfij io miles Tine total In cre IJte four states nnd territo ries which jaketT together form an iinbrflkcn r gipn tributary to limo gulf of 3Iexlco aWIJlI1ts to nearly onethird Idot the total Increase of the country ac cording to statistics of tine Iteliwmny Age 52S25tS2 525 5255EE 5J SAMUKL hEAD JK nobler ROBT VANAUSDALL Asst UUbhI c I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK mL Jackson Kentucky ill 4fl11t1pGaitiI1 I a 1500000 b cIi050Oo i I TIosolicit the Banking Businoaa and ncgiuta ofIt 1 if Lumber Manufacturers i I i 1m r1V- V Timber Dealersj I j 1I1 Business MenIMId t f 1 illFarmers vavie r j Throughout Eastern Kentucky and ofFer onrCistoihers the most LIBERAL TERMWithiu the limina Of legititnato business 5 fl f 7 SOLtSpTIONS A SPECIALTVI UUUiiir iIC1 witI PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFORMATION ADOU r PERSONS AND THINGS Current Kventi of hut Vek Syslfiti ntlenlly Collrctrd liim lny lo DM r In I lao llrlrfcul Iorui nnd Ittavrvr I For 1 tuba Column TtlKSDAV Total number of typhoid fov r cases In Ooliimlmn 0 reported Bine Jan 1 la 14 1C total deaths 11C Tho Alhambra theater hotel an npartnientfl Chicago wOre destroyc j by fire Three lives lost Propcrt I loss 75000- Huclt K Huntington 57 an lnmit j of the Columbus State hospital for the Insane ws choUod lo death by his cellmate Anthony Klrachonmoyer Rush ordfere have been ncelrotl 11 Philadelphia for tho complntlon of comotlvoa for FusanSeoul railroad In Korea owned by Japan Cyrus 13 McCrady cashier of thD First National bank Soymour Ind nnd treasurer of tho Cooperatlv Dulhllng and Loan association ha admitted his accounts nro short HGOO Kdward llclgar 271 South Curl street Chicago was arrested nt th I White House Washington and locke Up pointing nn Inquiry Into his menla1 condition Ho threatened the life nt time president MONDAY Dr Amndor was formally Inaugural ed president of republic of Panama Perry Heath has resigned as socre tary of tho Republican national com mUtee He gives tho death of Sen tor Hnnna as tho cause In a speech at ChlKigo prosldon Mitchell limited that ho would soo- nretire from tho duet offlco of the 11l1no Workers a BOcintIon Admiral Dowoy will visit the Islan a of San Domingo to obtain persona knowledge of conditions sold to ho bordering on anarchy In tho Ulant At WnsblnstonPa Mallvar Kovo vie was found guilty of murder of Contractor Samuel Anderson + J was torn to bits by explosion of dyna mlto bomb Accprdlng to Shemtd Pasha UK Turkish general tho loss to the Al banians was fully 400 killed am t wounded In a battle at Ilabyhosl du to Macedonian uprising The Turkish loss will not exceed 100- SATIWDAY Martial law In till rimming district In Colorado Inns been ended Ira Kllgoro Howling Green 0 mistook chlorate of potash for opion salts lie may die Because ho could not pay his doc tore William Shaeffor Dayton 0 cm his throat He Is dead Colombia Is distributing tracts In European cities directed against the United States In regard to tim Pan anna canal 11ItjurYJfstlgltIngcago has oxonarated WQ Taller fireman at tine thoatcr heat for Mn told at Thownrjscaregood cash wheat for milling pur poses was the cause of the advance KIUUAY Senator Quay of Pennsylvania cerlously III at St Luclc Fbi Tho revolutionary party In Russia Is causing the government much troubleAbner McKinley brother cf tho I ito president who hums been suffering from nervous exhaustion la reported dangerously III Colonel John I Martin scrgcantat arms of Democratic national conven tlon says convention alone will bring EOOOO persons to St Ixjuls The state department has received and has accepted time resignation of W Fl BuchananthAmnericail minis tel to PcnamaC tfo successor has been appointed At Hanover N It Dartmouth lull tho oldest LUIltlnRnt Dartmouth college and oldest college buildings in the country waa burned to thd erpnnd The mall was built about 110years ago Loss 25000 TIIUIISDAY Pneumonia Innncnra anti bronchitis 1aro raging In ChlcngojEvery hospital Is fillet v Thousands artajialn In revolt in Mactedjinla Turks arc massing trodps on Bulgarian frontier At Dayton Qu Theodore SayloK aged 4 was scalded to diatb by fall Ing Into a tub of hot water At Miss Mamie iambic 22 daughter of John Gamble a rich farnier wa turned to death near Him luy 6jt John Alexander Dow It of Zlon City III has been compelled to ileo In a cab to occajie a mob at Sydney Au Btralla Andrew Camotdo lias prond edtho coeducational Institution for necra students at Wlllierfoico Ohloa ii Ljcary building Tho utmcturdt will cost 15000WKDXKSDAV c Time Mardi Gras In ii lull blast at New Orleans 1 American nurses nnlirDr AbUi McGee will serve with la iimi1marrtm Leo Holts 3 shot ant llled his brother MarahalKl bl thdjr Income In Fort Dodge Iowa Senator Itllrtou huh for Vallogil Influence of postal itui tlmnmrit lea la set for March 22 In St Ixiils Intense cold is reported in many cities particularly III mUMIe states where deaths from trornrgur rw corded v Tho stage which ruin between Lak City anti CapIS jo Ii lisa bean held up by masked 111 and tbo registered l mail bag rifled Xtlargo SUIII cf moper was secured t1 A Murrain for HOIIw A nice small Farm in Ieo ciuniy lot nir The Larkin fcitiiiiiu iI e61bn the head of Hour Creek welHiiK fjoul ftorelioiiBO crib aiidu rnj never roiling water well tchIcftT1 IV loo IfiA sonubla and terms oniy jFor parllou Ian ollply to CTT WnebViter Ky Iiargntiii For IrluIer f lineaf i OVKU A SCOIIK KlbnKl Two CirloixU of Pymimlto Kxplod With Awful Furor Ogden Utah Feb OTwo curso dynamite attached to a wCrk train qn tho Ogden cutoff of Urn S ilthorl Inclflc railroad explodedlwllh terrlfl force nt JncKson tatlon8S nmiii B west of Ogden killing at least 231Qr lions Injuring as many more and dc- stroylng n large amount ofproporty The list of death and Injured ha not boom received but It Is a larpo proportion ofjthe vlcUmawtn Greek laborers Among the know dead are ComluctorGeorgo DcrmoJ y of Ogden anti his train crew It I S also reported a fireman named Hurt with his wife and three children were killed The explosion wrecke everything within a radius of half mile Tho accident was caused by a water train running Into tho two car1 loaded with powder Five locomo 1 tIes were reduced to scrap Iron am the big steam shovel at Jackson Sti tlon was completely demolished New NaturaIIzt1jiPaw- I Washington Feb 23 Representa live Gouhlcn of New York Introduce I a bill amending the naturalization laws by requiring court records to h produced end Identification made al solute before tho Issuance of final pipers to an alien A penalty of 5011 fine or not less than six months lm- prlsonmentI or both III provided for persons selling naturalization paper Mr Gouldena bill was prepared at tin Instance of the United States dlstrlc grand Jury of New York and has r ceived be nayn the approval of Attoi nor General Knox Mr Oouldcn sal I District Attorney Durnctt of Not York says that ono agency In that city 111Eolt 4000 anti another 2000 natural Izatloa papers last year and thai J there Is no qiifiatlon that tens uf thou sands of Illegal naturalizations an Issued each year In all sections of the I country Blockading Nations Win Tho Hague Feb 23Tho arbltra lion tribunal vrhlch has been constd crlng time claims of the blockadln i powers for preferential treatment o I i their claims against Venezuela hai j decided unanimously that tho three blockading powers Great nritnln- J Germany and Italy have the right t i a preference of 30 per cent of the customs duties at La Gualra an 1 Puerto Cabello the litigants to pa I tholr own costs In the procedure on I divide equally tine costs of the trl bunal The United States Is commls stoned to carry out tine decision of the tribunal within three months Mothrnhud Burned Youngstown 0 Feb 18Mrs Lot tio Garwood a teacher In the publl schools lost her life while trying to rescue her sevenyearold daugbto r Alva The child was suffocated Our Ing the night tho natural gas whlcl land been low during the day came or in full force setting the house on fire Mrs Garwood left the house but ro turned to rescue the child Two othe children Grace and Ada Garwood and Miss Stafford an stint of Mrs Gar wood wero rescued Miss Elbe Clark a clerk was also suffocated b3f gas In her homo In Wiseman street Study Farming In High Schools Columbia Mo Feb 22 Decision I 9haS been made by the faculty of tb Missouri university to elevate th Etudy of agriculture to a place as a high science and agriculture as laugh In high schools will bo accepted as Ii basis for entrance of students to tin university This will have the effej of placing the study of farming on a1 equal footing with other sciences It 11I propose by the university to Intro duco the study Into every high school In the state and If tho plan Is Sill cessful It Is expected that other statesI will follow the example Presbyteries to Consolidate gSt Louts Fob 20Arler confer nces extending over the past threea days the committee on church co operation anti union ot the Ireshy terlan churches of tho United State and tine committee on fraternity anJ union of the Cumberland Presbyter Ian church unanimously adopted at agreement as a basis of the union ol thnmtvo churches The action ot these committees after being ratified tiIy time general assemblies will make Presbyterian church national In character with a mpmbershlp ot 1280000 Vrj Congregatlorullstss Assembly 4 St Lonl Febj 22V Tha Cengrcjii tlqnal swwmer BBEembly which met I yearrat Pottawattomle PolntJ Jlcli anti LeCBI1JOJ national organs Ration bar selected for Its perIna- f nent a site nwr rallktort Mich bordering on Laff Mtclilgan llta tiesslonT this year will J eJl from Aug 7 to 21 Inclusive The cVm tral feature as heretofore will be a Bible school conducted by Professoi aeorgo Q Stevens of Yale seminar and President Heury King of Oberllu college Paine Attacks Poolroom St Louis Feb 20ln an effort to close up a poolroom that has for a long time operated In the outskirts of Madison ilL across tho riVer from St Louis three constables augmented by a posse of citizens and beajins i warrant for the arrest of six meii connected with the poolroom preclji Hated arlot which resulted In HIM shooting of seven men Two may ille Eight Hundred Men Killed Salonlca Macedonia Feb 19TJf Albanians who were besieging Shftl si Pasha who with 2600 TurkIM troops and three guns was rtiiportcMi besieged by 2QOOO Albanians at Daba Jhosl have been routed losing eight hundred men killed and wounded The Turkish losses ore sold to be heavyt Flvo addltlOoul battalions of trope havo been ordered to Yerlsovlcb it iihtlonnl Illtisrated agricultural wok ly of twenty large pipes hat no super tam us a thoroughly practical and help ful publication for tint farmer anJ ev pllbIIshersculotfon unequalled ly any paper of IU class Stale Knowing that every enterprMng funneis nlway retlehl8 own lo cal vreekly nmvipitperi Time Now York Tribune Farmer Inst d an exceed liberal arrMUftU whlnb en ableiuetoofTiirMin K feri nt ID oV aprice that BoIHPfr ctn efforji I crJ SIBUNOHEDPARAGRAPHf I AND ADJOINING STATES Child ii lticltrit In Homo iiiyl tlllrm to Deal li Kiirtnrr IUIItri 11111 Itiirim IIU lloimr iiriialsig lo th a t liiiiitk IIIMO tunturs MurdoriT- a Mayavlllo Ky Fob 22O W 1113 1mmmcl a former 12 mUM front this cllr 0juit homo very Intoxicated ran ht a brother away from the bbuno with n Winchester nnd afterward hilled ble wife driving his children out In tM cold and rain While in lila dellrhi i Uramcl set his house on fire and Iler shed In tho flames llramel mad Ian vlously thrIven his wife and chlllrol ont of tho houso tinting Hjircon Jor y Hunt Sunday shot and killed 110 ort Davis at tine homo of Charles Lee Flemlngsburg They quarreled ov craps Charms Urcckcnrldgo kill 1 lila wife and then himself hahn colored He mail previously htlUd thrc men on account of Jealousy for hit wife TC3cherolitlclanSlslersvlllo W VH Fob 3lIonPeter Lowery nn exmember of th state legislature ansi one of tbo mOBI prominent Republican politicians I tIme county was shot mid iilimwt III stantly Wiled by Frank Van Canal young schoolteacher Van CAmp school Is located at Oil Itldgc a ft mills east of hero Soon nftr lIu morning session commenced Lowe called Van Catnip to tIne door and 1 exchange of angry words was fll lowell by n revolver shot TIll tIll 1111 ran to the door to Ind Ixivvory on tilt ground mortally wounded nnd V 11 Camp Mamllng over him with a sine Ing revolver In hla haml Van Cm walked to Slstorsvlllo and gave hIm self ni to tho authorities Hoclal to hnvo acted In salfdefamo Slid Down en Culprit Ixtulsvllle Kyv Pb 20Tine acnl batlc abilities or jwstolllce Inspect S A Susong were omploynd In Ihl arrest of W H Henion n later en tier charged with rifling tho inn ih Susong concealed himself In tIne AAr ret of tho substation wlmro llensi was sorting mull anti through huh I bored In thin ceiling watched the C1r nor obstruct money from n Utter I order to catch Hanson with the 101101 etlll on hit person Simons slid feet down n rope slighting on Ihh sons ehouMors llenson confosw tbat he oprnod letters contalnli money In order that be might pay or a mortgage on bis mother home Asphalt Company Bankrupt Chicago Feb OThu Fodtral A A plait company wan missed In tb hands of a receiver Inhankruptoy LJ Judge Kohl nllt In tho United Stat district court This action fallow the filing of n petition by a numb of creditor It Is stated In Ibo 1111 lion that the corporations llabllltli are between 30000 PIll tiGOOO and that the nsweta are oonsblorab below this mark The nneta of Uj company ns listed Include a bratl tract of land In Kentucky where tl I concern principal hohlltvGB are 10 cattd sundry store containing mer chandlso mammal accoiiiU And bIlls rI cclvablc to the amount of 40000 Escapeds I quarrel which took nlne nt Hoatt- f yule Junction on time Lexington nnl Eastern railroad Jamos HhuIlon a111 rind InstantlY killed Uil Iton and 1m mediately foil to tIne mountain where ho Is now hiding Tbo cjuirr started In the imoklnK ear AVlii nplbothquicker and killed Knlrm bvforo tl latter could got a cbanoe to shoot posse Is alter Shultoo Gets TwentyOne YearI MaJIsonvllle Ky Felt UMIhaving con timed two ueok the cat of the commonwealth against 141 LIndle charged with the mtiriler i Jesse Durton on July 4 last at Hit Ington was brought to a olo e her the jury rendering a verdict of giilll and pia chI punishment at 21 you In the penitentiary lfva the longu and most hotly conUmled ease evt known in this section ansi was ono 11 tho most noted eases Probaijly Fatally Stabbed Huntlngton W Vn Fab 20Dllr Odell n loiter carrier and LoJuiU Gllktrson were probably fatall stabbed In n street fight Inure wit the thrco Thompson brothers TII fight was Limo result of n contest hI twecn Coqfiressman i1mngin nnd W F HUCi for congressional delegate Hood Hlso flowed at 0119 precinct II o county First Legal Saleon Jackson Ky Feb 17Vor the tame n legal saloon vaS vC8tuhllHhp n lucre whcn Matt Crawford took out lcensfjpaylng J500 tbfinfor Itecen ly the town council lot a rcsob tlon licensing ealootis In tInts taco i II a Ieglsallv9 enactment prohlbltln I laloons In Jackson NniQvrqua bliu 1 tigers nro tjllll fnoperatlon Jicco Fatal Fray DlngesB W Va 23Jniia Stepn B wftltliy merchantnoarier jshot wild killed wealthy farmer stint nel8bborrT II hours ulcer tine murder a tpreli wn ipplled to Stepps largo store aitJIwas totally cenwimedj Stepp8 VMaio flreJ lout It was unveil froii mumm Jildlng IIfiC rp d ta Death Ml l Feb 22 Tli thr taIl 1icrac Greii wthi to7 uiwfajFa root wjuft S war lturnci1 I IwIk wail aiestroy y ted In tine j pI ia I to 10 IoIfIaaSU iuii- Faiiumi1J4 sysariiiiI i im Jirtu lit it yi r- liil i f fuil yuur if- fimmuard Jaioksammu Scud jHuimiiCsd IA York Yomici- n mtiam Pp4aIsPfWitlIni hiC- ube mailed 4J y4sitIasw Ioi Marine Are Kitlidrd III SII limlahmigI a huL 4gil I us flIlhlrI San Juan II H FII lSAllrhot I mcNHngo has been re lOll W tr1011 Santo Domingo City tMiedjvfcOb II Maying I mat an AIIIlnwnr hl- 1J0Illhmld nlilllirltnlri thu insairi near Santo lommn I nag a aul IIIH luuo I nun 1 wuver satilimilliH 4 Iliruv eeipiontly rooinburheil- Wauhlngton Fei Tlif bulln of marines at PnJarltD luMrrSanto IlL inliiKO by nn AmerU mmtrslml1a n J doubt was authored ytho con tnander as a result of tlaIftlenacc t American Interests ID U tho country The crticolumbia 13 now at or near Sanw Domingo an praimnimmsbiym woro I omcor Is Captain J M Miller The unsettled couWo Pf affair1 Of San Domingo 1iirlng In man r j places on anarch wllb Its cue quont menace to Amnlnn laterufitt a 0has been a sour conablerabi I Irritation to tIme a1nfnnstratiomm an I Admiral Wise tin jmir naval off cor In those w 4been give largo with dlcreUolIj to den HannLiI1 Cleveland J p IK I The valui ot the cstaq loCi Into Runatct o i Hunna Is cdflmn dii 170000 I i to f800000 It I Xd that h r owned at lexfct t cent of tlltt ttocU of tbo Clove ti Electric rail r way capitalized III oOOOon in Uti llllMl to belngbrl II Imuterestetl In vessel and Iron mUm proportles hu I was n director In lId Inltcd NatIons bank auardlaiPTJi company UK a PeopIoH n I I oan compm of this city an Ih Cleveland am ii Plttsbnrg rallwn1 Ho was a hrgi stockholder In III American Ship a building oompw sit tho Plttsburi Coal company H owned tbo Kucll Avenue opera kiv In this city Snow DIM Feet Deep Gait Lakejii Kob 231feite- a r City branch L f Vt Denver mend til a Grande rallro i I completely blocko- by a huge i I mlp In time canyon below Bridal V FalU Bo tcrrlfl I was tho slid t rocks and Umber i were carrhM Or up on tho other till of time CDIIn nj the Prove rIvet i WOB compl lammed fur eom- distance V r i iistanco of 200 feel i tb traok I I 1 from 75 to 00 fee under the w sail debris Caused WreckJChicago A pnscnger trait on a bran fIne lUg Four rallroar was wreck1 Wauponteo III re suiting In t lI1r t eec tUlsselller and the ID of fio others the name of I a rouUl not be learno l A Utnkan said tu havo cauiev I time wreck Ii1 I Gxplc K liiThree Men r Iluffato i 32pi Two men wcr lliiisiu7xInt i was biirne to death I ond iovn ro Bfirlomly Injured lit an nxplo f blast furnace gas a the pant YI tho iokawnnna Sl- oeconnI2irri rk Irtces I4Ii nillrnliiCU i- fll 1stli th nI 111 ll 5 lt1 gnat uc I 5 o I 55 ROrtt TO I 1000 10 I ISO mien tl sac K r J I 00 la IOW ll I3 7II4 1 I t hi IVan tl HOI 10 clinic ht I uili nil JJ 1001 A Choice fn I eow ll 0 choice to fancy mllrl WU 11 5 m lit ooojo 00 Hleii 5506550Ichol Iiii brp II OOOI CO rxxt li haul lnn httv M OttQI JS fair In boo li 01 50 cull lo common II t ifrJ li ooti ywiillnu II ODffS U I Ktyo1 i t ewes 13 SOJfl 00 good trf- fHMI I m II 2O 40 aIr to ROOl- tIt t l lvc Cltoleet IS 00 gnnI IT tr tnmonnnl tt II 09J oo I Una n iki I ISIS medIums anal I ltriM CA CII plr tl SCI M iuat j llhs 13 SOQI 5- J JI Silo Collie tiood to ehoi 4 K ani export trwrn It looC In fi X lOll nlilpplnc IttJl II 103 I Culster II IOU I It tar le pool i is II 80 VI 00 liflfors II Gi tfl j ii n It II 0 ft1 6Sbull t2 V 91 cowi ami rtnera fair In SOh 1 i 35 Oil rood to choice 110 00 0 i iip anal LimmbOool to ctiij iiii II too so cull anil com nu l ii 78 good to choice mtsn SIV iill 60 cull and common SJ3 goad to choIce wether heel H vai fair to good II SOI 75 mis i M i Iie ewen II JBCM 80 talr In I ijiiiiigli J5 3505 75 Culven 1k i 14 II lIolhale 35 S5t r Ii m ihm IS SOUl 11 Yorkvnt 15 10 el f II tOOl U rough II 50 I Ji i 1 II S01 CO ilu 1 CaUle Good to prim M U nogs 00 poor to medium 13 SO 5V kci nnd itetlera 12 001 IS r f iJ GOt 00 hitters II OOlt 75 7S CO bulls U OOQ I 00 111 id Iamlis Good to clinic welh s H ai So fair la choice mi- xIn1 lG Wfntern Bhwp 14 IOO5 16 n1 Inlul 51 BOO6 00 wenlern lambn- I UIR fIreiiS3 rot1 00 Hoz Boo1Silight II SOOS 35 Wheat II Oltl OS Cohl No 3 42Q I 165 No Z 00- It j Cattlx Choice IS tOO II 80O5 00 good II GOO- n I It 3011 GO fair II W I 13 0013 10 cow bulls 0harrI I 753 7a th cows SG 00 r Hlii ep nnd Latnb Prime vrvlli Wl tao KOOI mixed II IOU I 70 d II oo0 ii i choice limbs JI fnr to good Ill 00C 35 l M OOOI 60 Calve Veala Id 00 I 1 lItiiilrimne heavy IS 6BOS CO I I IB DOS 66 heavy Yorkers E i lldht Yorters 15 IOQ5 JO r 1J11fk 80 Cattle Native steers 0 2 7r6aa5 cow 11 70 Jeiand iJiinbn Sheep 13 609 VI h line IS 00 lamb 16 00j 90 I 0 CalyeiVotnlii Sf BOO9 26 I I fingylvanla and state is 501 I II macalNo 2 red II OS Corn- II OutHNo 2 11 II67c u uatl Wheat No S red It 07 I ormNo 2 mixed 47c Data mill llCIIVic Ilye No 2 mOo ll rd 16 SJ Bulk Metnt 87U s 124 Hogs IS 850 CO Cat t S 25WI CO Sheep U QOOI CO 7GI Ohio mud IVniiiyl XXX mind above 3l3IUoi X 3011 VoTT 328l3o No 2 3l32o tine I uI delnlnn 1536c j Lilo Wheat II 004 corn 47oi III U ttc ITv CCc cloversced 87Ji = v Iollicr Itccnincndation v J- w f 8 1I tI Ciinmmmberlnlsua CouJh a number of yenr and- iklumltaiicy Jn saying that H In itfreinedy ror coughs colds nnd- o p e used in myfninlly Ii ll0ttvoiua 10 ezpreia lily conn III tlMr8IiledyMreJ A Moore I IIt4mtq3I lr u r 6 1jtIBU IRS TO TOVlsS r wonbs OF TENDEnNUSS LITTERED UY GREAt MEN Ilio tlomniti Thru Tom lIons Illil In the 1iirlner itt IIU SIIITIMIK ifnil li Ifiin 1iiiil lllililirM llimllDt a tril IlaNp uf Cn fu 1 1 u i Mil1 lm great nidi liavo pnlil mom en thunliMtli tributes to their wives tlmn Ton Hood ii ml probably few wlvea have bettor deserved smelt homage my a Jthe Chicago Chronicle ou will thlnklio wrote to tor In ono of his letters Hint I am more foolish ban amy boy lovtr hind 1 jilenil jjtilliyfuf never was a wooer so yinin oMiixirt ond so Menped In love ns I lint It is n love winelllled ninth strengthened lay long year ut expnlouee May Jod over Inlets my darling tIne WItItt nitwit helpful angel who ever fttuopetl to bleu a ninnt Had therw ever we wonder lived a wlfu to wlidm a moru delicate tool beautiful trlliulo win paid tlmn tboM trMit of which tint burden U I love times I toe Ihee tis all hint 1 enmnsuny y I vnnt I met much Nulbitnlol Ilnw tbortm vrolu to him wire muny yonr nftor bU lung imtleiica bail won for liliu tint lluwvr tliat wn lent from lumen to tibow lie tHt4 lbllltlw of le- I btinuin soul Thou art tin only jibi5 Mil In tin world that ever was 11111 Mry to iso ninth now I am only myself when tbon art wIthIn mumyucin luau art ail mupenkahly beroved woman Sophia Hawthorn wn little belter Intuit n ehronle Invalid and It may Lu 1that this iihyKlcal wrnhurM woUe sillVt ileit tlil vii I ry and temlerne of I be mun And lie rvajnd n rleh reward for an almost unrlvnhd devotion In use ntiuonphere of love and hn pluei and Inspiration wltb which laIn iluUcutti wife always fiirrunnded blm rise wedded lIft of VonUvorlh with bU coiiidn Mho tdinntnni of delight wan a loom more iiublt ly tuiiiitlful limn any hale inm ever wrote Mr Wordsworth win never fair to look upon hilt Mie bad Unit Ilrlldl and rarer Inuuily of mini whirl made her life a eenler of 51ItiuiW to till nronnd tier All lanai sbt laos istipu to me be poet asmit Mild III isis Utter days none hull Ood and muysehijnim- ever know hind It would ho dltiittit lo limitnu more lourlihtR nUll bountiful picture In tine pnlhry of great mmiM lives tban hint of Wordsworth mill bh wife both Iniwed under tine hunlvn of many yearn and nlimwt blind ivnlktus lintel In band togvilmr In tine ganlim wltb mill tiit bllMful flb nrtlmi uiul tender cMiifldmiop of youthful lovers It never needml the wvMInK totieb of a grout umow le nwhe lie llvw of Arvbbli liop fnl sail bta devoted witnu jwrfrrt tvbolv BpeHkliiK of her many yuan after IJl html been tnkrn from blm be Mhl Ill Part fmm her If only for a tiny waa n tialn only len Inlenoo llmil the j lewir with which I returned to Ill mt l when I took her with mo U Will one of line puroil joys given iii n inwii to JVllrh- tho mcvtliiR betwiHiii tier HM olin cliIU aireumVWhen David UvIinrMlnfie hail laaiiiS- uIt thIrtIeth blrtlnUy with Imrely aVthought tor Rtirlt nn Imliilwi in woulliK mid wwldlnn be dwlnird llll moroimly that xvlwii 1 WHH a little lean bucy he wouM MItIt tMnie an ad wllIIIII IllI for It wlto pIgI I n decent sort of widow mid yet 110111 con elointly near train ht fate tliatbidj a year later be WIIC Intrmlitcln hInt hrhle Mary iloffot to the hattie be bad built largely with hi own ImmU at Mahotku Ilxun that itpremel Imp py lour to tine liny wl jl eighteen yearn later be rwxHvwl bfr Iltlil faint wblfporlnjt at Sliii iingn nn imiu ever bad n more wlf mrrinelnK bnive de voted wife tlmn tlia mlMlpnao ilaughlnr In fnet they weiv nmre like two happy lIght henrlwl eblldlvn thanVsedate married folk and iitider this magic of their merriment Urn bard Bhlpn aiid duiiRPM of lift in tly heart of the dark eonllmnit were 8trlpvrd of mull thtIr terror Jeans Paul lUchter enufoMtil thmt bo never even mmixvUtl the potelTtlalllKM of human l hajiplnes until be ijiet Caro line Slayer Ibat iiwwtleat ft ml unit gifted of women when lit was net approaching hU fortteib year and that lie bad no monopoly of tilt trxullttnt happlneHH U provtd lay hint wlfuH dec brntlun that Hleliier Is the piirant use bollent tilt most prxlllke man that lives to la thso wIlt of uib a limn la till greatest glory Unit win fall to a woman while of hIM wife Itfehler once wrote I thought whlJlI innrrleil her that 1 luul noundHl Ihu tloplli Qf biiman love hut I have bictf renlu how unfjithomable h tIne beartnV1 which a noble woman inasieshiinae Lt t4fOulAVrn lIsa llnmllior Ixird HllenlMiroiiBb tile jsnsitWjgjKl I JinlKe was iinn about to BO on when Lady lillonboiiinch nald Ibiit alma xhoiild Ilkf to aei oininny him lie re i pllwl tbat be bud no objection protIdod sine did hot mitts isml ier the carrbiKv wild bandboxes wbleh were bin ant tepnut borreiiti I I nun ing the II ret In8 Jour hey Lord Klleiiborouli ImppenluK to Htretcb Mj itgs hull Isis toot tlii nsb MinictliJitK belon till scat lie nhIseoy ered Hint It wax n bandbox Up went line window and out went time band box The coachman utoppril null tineVfootitlin tblnkliiR thoU the liandbcvc bad Inmblwl out of the window ty wine nxtraordlnary ehance wan going to pick It up when Lord Kllnnhorouuh till 11111 II I called out Drive jiul Tbo I in nil lsiax II cconll ugly waai left by t ito ditch shale Havln reached the ioan try town whom no was lo nllliliilo im Jmlge Lord IJIIcnboiiiuKhprocewled to array himself fur hU It I aIJa u a I met In tln ronrtliiiimo Vow wild In Vwhtre H lilY wljfwhere M my wig1f My lord replied lilt fI t telilla lit It wan thrown out of tbi rtirrkue window I VVV52Si525252S2n5i2S2Si251 J iKETK tJJMUUISj r CIVH ENGjXISKkS P AND SUUVEVOHS i Ir Pram pm Attention given to nil clnARe of work niil E SATISFACTION hUAnANTEEix V IjV H lH Lfl OFFICE fIRu I JAUtOJ il iiiVf KENTUCKY lf 3r J t