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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, March 11, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904031101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, March 11, 1904. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. EREATfflTT3KMJNTYNEWSJ I l I I Volume III = t = Jackstfn K KIltUJr1rlillIuh IIJoi == Number 22I ICATS SUCKING BREATH AirOlil aVlvrn1 1nlilf Tlml llni nerved n liiml Inrpur- Cnn r n cat really suck thc breath of a clillilWe have always heard that It could Away back lu early chlldhpod wo du tltictly remember frequent warning i- to look uttt for the eat Do not allow flu alt to get Into bed with you ci pc clnlly to got Into luil with the baby IIH It is liable to suck tho bnbys breath I which would entisi tho baby to die Is Iliore any fouiulatlon fur such n notloli lui this We never could dlscov in any tail meaning to the belief that a net win suck the breath of n Indeed the scnicnco tit totally chillII IlKlblo What Is nieniit by sucking the breath I It nmy bo true that the cut nttriuUd by Iho breath of u child who hail u 101hlhlrttII tlilMa HIM or tongue lured on by Iholswell of milk Wi lire not In u lion to deny those possibilities they are true 1II1lIl011111 of these iiptoiltlons fur nllitI basis fur the taUniunt that the cut It liable In suck the childs breathe Imvo always hwml this hlatPiwnt with u shudder of horror It stems tu eqivy same wolnl horrible tmuedy hurt run hanlly be Imagined lint It U u mere fancy Iho origin of which In Iard In explain Yet we would advise mothers to Ite careful about leaving the lufotit with u amt 11e ihi not favor the Idea of outs tlsrplnt with children nor do we fnvor the pnullce of children playing VV1tll lit hindllng thoin mopping them nmiind tho fUwr fondling them droning hem up as souls It 1N not KIK for the cat It It nut good for he child Neither cnU nor dogs ought to to treated In tkh manner They are till right In their place but they ate nojyit for plaything If the Hiipuratltlon that n cut eau sack a cldldii breath Inn operated at a preventive to muthm allowing their cttlUlmi to play with eats It has served n very ptod purpose but such childish notions are tidally compatible with ma lure ronocllou U Ii one of the old wlrwT fablat which may have sir cl n guod purvoMt huh It Is too ridlcuhuH fur ropftllkm There ore other vial babyItonldrsgno iiHlnteIIIthlt rr that the cnt will suck the chilil1 breathMcdlcul Talk e The Cur of Children It la niimlly accepted without IUUI thou Ihht tho modem lmillflc luoth mlJ ugil In the rare and brlnulni up of Infitntii tend tu IncriHme the avemto V ydurallpu of Immtiji life Mr Charlton yrltlMK In llnrpurA Wtwkljr i prnteuts a illrTreut view When In La wls4unatetint Ktronxur urvjved When tho sick 4 ure reach torso that n large number Teoonr rom dlwa e It hi Inevitable I Ihat on limo avenige those who are thus t Ifscunl nnwt bo wonkur than time 411111I munity jm which Uipy are restored r4 Thus air IlipJo Intlncnws wiys Mr I re vte In lnhIJlllJu while aavluit life land osprclnlly to save urea which nro ftwlilo Inn greater proiwrtlon than those which lire strong nnd thus In time end must lower the vitality of the ti great moss of the populntlou j AUklnir Hit Cliiiurrc irn UIIRidiiilout bit Iho slightest iirnvorntlon com e gnu falrneMM dumanded hint tho lilniUu oftthere would bo no thought of iiunsiir ling iwonlM so the nuthoritlea took the matter tuba their own hands nt the gates of the city of London where every gallant wax liable to bo chal- leiiKel and if the public oillclnl found niiy Illmlo ticyond thirtynix incites the srallh stood by to snap oft time steel iff to UrllIUlr tlJrllgth InQuwn mix iibfth reign tb was the common practice IIrllh- lioW made bread III more hull gestlble butt stale bread because It Is more niflUt and becumea more solid 4t in limo mouh henco more Impenetra f the to time Hnllvn and the gastric Juices For flit satire reason bread crust Is more illtistllilo than what Is beneath Id ttin drier Bread tummy be unlit for use from being monde of luliiltorata til or too old Hour by turning sour or 11olt a bitter taste from tau y it8tvfroiii getting moldy nViJ from iiMulUuIent fermrntatlon In time rising process Which leaves It too heavy for tho dlgcbflvc thuds to net well upon of1lIrllllll t SiMiiiUlnt- filrn Ilrown I was downtown yes tcrdiiy 1 didnt know Lot I might mectfjou Mrs Oroeno I was down I town too and Im nobly sorry I didnt see you Lithe Johnny Greene Mudoht you remember wo saw Mrs A Hrovn8ilos and you sand Come lots IniiTj iVJ frosty hero That old cut r uuistlio some where near What old l tat did you meant mal a a An liivlliillou Accriiivil N11 never carry my watch when 1 I go oulslmo sold artlessly I am so omelets that It wouldntbo sued Wily a person could steal anjthlus right from under my nose bind I wouldnt mUs It flea the young mutt by her sldo stole u kiss ntuirgho didnt seem tO uxist3Itrlia nests used for soups are little jielatlnous things made up princi lpallyfrom tho saliva of tiny blots of China vi t l l ODD BATTLE PLACES Mrn hoar 3lmlf Wni nil Ice mill Ill ilrr Hie Kurlli Nurfurc Battles have been fought In many eft rlons plate rangluK from mountain piaks to sewers from lee fields to des lit sands At the battle of Monterey In the Mexican war the Americans were able to 10UIIlIallllille streets of the city with thttr artillery but they had dllllcully In 11lolllutl the Mexicans from tin hi ti es Uvlng bulb of stone jjHj ftl block or houses the YunUifl fc nigh the walls fiiui r ne lil Ilr lighting Mid tlrl + lug fty so that the battle or largely fought In IIJ I tiles of the wars of 911 1or time InilipiiiKiue tit till Spanish ship iu SSuyder Xee Tho Iurselmnk over till- 1lJIIIs is inoba w cavalry ctrl tly against fitilim timer i ts were fought be tyy troops on Ice In these wars cud on one ar ii tho Infantry Issued to have w I Nptle- Thu battle U rt1tx was partly fought on ri 1Je nnti vlien till allies worn gli II f across It the shot front the K I irtillery pluiiglnt In to the Its ijnd i faking Jt up cnuseil the death 01 ads ofltusshiimand AiMtrlunt tOf thii ndergnmnd battles which hsell loco irt history the fiercest ly that of the siege of l1allrl rffjony I wars The MpanhiiiH nifneu N 146 hutch ruin tcrmlned wltlf vijuil indtMtry and be low the Kitiiud it HTi ivnlllct rageil When the Versaiiir+ trojips took 19th Is after the coininun hey chased Home of the communist trtiops to the great newels of the French capital where romu desperate struggles took place Washington Iost THE ANGR TREE ItfculUr tullei of 11 I UurloIY of Ilitul i Ir There is In the wllJs of northwestern Idaho a peclC8 of lie ncaela tree which Is entitled to b Classed as one of the wonders of plat uri It grows to n height of about eight fret olid when full grown clo t i Its leaves to gether In culls each da at sunset nail curls Its twigs to thu aim ape of pigtails After the true hats tIlt Owl Itself thus fur a nights slecplf totkhed thin whole thing will thinner HH It LitntiiyJ slur IIUAUellt nt Itehlll tlblurll I Tim tJnrr IolleutLVnnches nndviith I a uuuseutlug1i + rrlfiJltt illJI tor- a few moifiviits causes a vMvut dizzy headache IJill angry toe ai it bad twn Miimvl was discovered traveler+ wit UIMUI making camp for the IIlgl t pldctsl one Nod of n moans covering user ono of the sensitive branches tiding It for a support Immediately time tree began to sharply Jerk Its brunches The motion continued growing more tjorvoun untll nt hut the sickening odor which It gave out drove time tired C ropers to a wore friendly location nrloslty of course prompted nn Inventlgiitlon Quo of the angry trees was dug up aumi thrown to one side Imutedtatrly tijwji being removed front time ground tree opened Its leaves Its twigs tWt luet their pigtails and for somexhlng Ascr- an hour and a half the outrti lIrallcheli showed their 1Wgllllllon bY a series of quaklngs gri weaker ns time passel IlimllV caJln altogether when the foliage Hung II nip and Withered Thu next 111111111 the tree was placed upright In tilt groulul again u llttlo water was applied to t mfr roots sad very soon It resumed Ku normal condltlonHoston Globe- A at trig t yVhat Is u lrht asks n currpipam cut who has been worried by tlmpiims as happy as n grig The grlg tIr with Mark Tapley the honor ojmproverbially hnppy But a lenli udl jtcthe dots not define n subiti net In Yorkshire we are told a grV s o yuutig eland happy we may hoK In Staffordshire it is a bantaai But In Dutch thu krlek Is n cricket oif grass hopper n really merry fowK mebbier n ertit Utlin InilVlllollll CMUllili for an eel Rut we cannot accept at4as the embodiment of mirth nii + Vl put our money on time Dutclu ny t krlck Loniloii Chronicle VIIIK nu Income No one CUll use an Income with economy who does not exert hht Judgment and put forth nil the dom lie possesses to make It f thu highest ends of which It Is t blu In his peculiar clrcuniHtanceg It does not make suite lives let filler and happier It It does nut velop the betty and educate the loin If It does not promote Industry U eqty und goal will If In tact It dijes nothing to elevate null Improve un u kind then waste and not cconptnr Us shown In Its management ft + Mlie laud Pierced lll m Miss Skremer Papa says If I g e up my singing lessons hell give nu Va pull of diamond earrings Miss nlar Jol Youve never worn earrings ha you Miss Skremer No Ill have II Inane my ears pierced Miss Oh I see his ideal He wantsjofpns you back In your own coin Ihlladti II phln Press 1 l n 1 The Steal Tnxpaler Johnny Pa time taxpayers are onjyt the people who own properties t they PaNo my sou Thereat tax toycra are tho people who rent thq- roperllesIhlladeiphiar Ledger rfj r Ai of integrity will never listen oaunyreason ujjalnst coasdcnce IlornaYp t k A1 i- W tt AC = r THE HALL OF FAME Dr Walter Kuntze UIOII whom time University of Idptlc recently confer red n Ill U is n dent mute Fifty yours as a hotel proprietor Is thu proud record of Peter Meltiler the fully boldface of the Hotel Itlvcrslda of Luck Haven 1n ilme SkldowokaCurle time famous woman scientist and codiscoverer of rndltim Is but thirtysix years of age She Is said to bo attractive in manner cud dress Mrs Mary Mcintyre of Holt county Mo ly u granddaughter of William Montgomery Uluir who was a staff oillccr of Anthony Wayne and helped nt the nulling of Stony Point The only American whoever won the Vlutoria Cross ts living at Stouguton Muss lIe Is William Sccley who In IStM watt aboard a Hrltish vessel at Slmonosckl Japan and saved the life of time captain Itoborl Casper of Xeu Ituppln Ocr many 4K i is totally blind makes a living as n newspaper reporter lIlt memory Is nuch that he can remem bar the exact words of any speech lily accuracy is marvelous Mr and Mrs Itatemnn who live near Spring Valley Minn have three grout grout grandchildren twenty seven greatgrandchildren and forty grandchildren Mr lioteman is eightyfour yours of age and sirs Uutcuian Is eightyEugcno F Ware the Rev Hobcrt J Hurdctto and nil Perkins will bo taw principal speakers at the banquet of thin American Press Huiuorlats In St Louis on May 20 A Journey will fol low to tho early home of Murk Twain In Hannibal Mo Ernest Atwood of Chlttonden Vt Is n raving maniac as the result of n troll bath In a lake He did not Intend to take the plunge but walked out on a log to got n pull of wilIer and tell Into time icy water The shock was so great that ho lost Ills reason HORSES AND HORSEMEN Charles P Doble will train a public stable nt Syracuse Y Alllo Nun SftiVi the show ring quern will be broil to John A McICcr rollJohn Hugloinan is working Circus Ulrl 3 217V1 and n number of colts by Haslo Ulr 22U C Mart Uumarost wants to be put on record to tho effect that Prince Alert will lower all the records now held by Dan Patch In 1101y Chnrley Lyons nt Lexington Ky Is tutoring n lot of youngsters for Mr II Schmulhueh of Wheeling W Va as well as several aged horses Includ ing Dlrcctum Spier 4 210Vi and La dy Thlsbe 211V Charley Von Meter hits n number of fast young things In his bunt at Lex ington Ky Among them Is the lily who showed sensational speed last sea suit as n two yearrild She trotted a mile In 215 i In August Trunk 0 Standard of SprlngVillc Ind tins sold to William Schmidt of Excelsior Min the brown psun- stallion Star Hoy 2IV4 by Wllstar 21714 son of Itobcrt McGregor 217 II dam the great brood mare Daisy K GERMAN GLEANINGS Since 1871 tho number ufblind sons in Prussia has been reduced b onethird Germany tins 227 lead pencil facto lies Each year they export ltWO tons of pencils to different purls of the world lnst years reports from the 10000 postolllccs In the German cinplre show a decrease of 200000 in the number of letter cards sold On last New Years day 130000D city letters were mulled III Uorlln not Including those that canto front or Vent to otter places IrTho Prussian Island of Rucgcn In Iho Ilaltlc is Infested with adders irast year 1213 of these poisonous oaken were killed and bounty collect Id on them- Lriaucu Is in some respects onu of thu oat rcmarkablo cities In Germany a less than fifteen years it hoe dun ed In population and Is now close too I00000iunrlc- braell records of emigration were il nt llrcmcn last year Not Includ j tourists time number of Europeans 10 left by that harbor wits 175320 highest previous figure having been 320 In 1D0- 2ENGLISH ETCHINGS into ore over HO women dentists En land iare nt presentln Lou portions aged more tlouI- yeRI9 ft Hrltish board s that there Iii fIJ ountry ono to rI jIIlnt icings 7 gp slcs are beebrahiir a ptepw nd and sal efforts to rlllo how ta11e11 ns oilier a tutu to nautttaleme vC A Hew oicupntlon Is oplnyi for tramps in Emsl n4fThey st ft wives near a police trait Rndwnrftf Broaching motorists of danger and ea result are rewarded witliAettatlou e of small pieces of uron3 n A census shows that 15MU76 vehicles passel over Lenclonkllge Intbe course of a recent week In the samo period 112305 pa ov r Blnckfriars bridge 83863 ever the Ttewar bridgs and 24432 over l3oulitttiil lc bridge k 1 alj 1 Mf f Ii lt II f1 THE IJESPISBD TOAD POPULAR HATRED OFTHE ANIMAL IS OF GREAT ANTIQUITY In I cmHilary nr VclliiK In Muiirfitl tlnu Lure lle Cio lIth unit Jlln tuilieii Iriuiurc IliiXN Xu Sisinll Inrt Tlip lullef In ron1 Sluiui0 The unfortinutc toadIns from tune Immemorial um nn obJect of distrust and uer iII especially timimg the fommoii pivpu A iVItasIng taQ runa that a gent ictt lit walking1 ntong n country lane JuIO1iiml1cllly upon a Village buy bl Ldorlrib the crushed hotly of u toad with al heavy stick nest uxclulinlut at euh blow Ill lam V to bo n toad lterelrt the Indignant newcomer seizin tliffi inlscreuht by his collar hvrulIsI a cane Ito9suehnntlquttyand eradicable I hat till Creature Is not dangerously polsoiiuus Itdi hopeloss tu attempt to convince the ordinary rustic Doubtless this belleIns its origin lu time acrid eet the toad has the power of emitting when disturbed or annoyed unduly and which wilt cause a dog that has In cautiously picked up a toad tb foam at tho mouth Again time uncouth n1 pearunce of the creature IUIIl much tu do with the feiliin of repulsion with which It has always bleu regard ed Squat like a load Is time phrase by which Milton Ill tIIIlS the evil ono essaying to reach the ear of Kve Superstition In truth has laid n trio hold on the toads mlKslinmm ilijute The belief not only In time exftience of load stones but In hair elllcacy ns u sovereign remedy cur certain Ills which is still common in parts of the country Is of very amient date There Is to be found in the hoods of old and great toads says Ienton writing In I5ta stone they cull borax or bting USIH aa rings gives forewarning of venom In the Londesboroiigh iullcitlon is n sliver ring of the fifteenth century In which one of those toad stnms is sot They were supposed alwuys to bent on their surface a figure r iinibllng u toad being somewhat slmllir trinkets ono may Imagine to tin Hiarubivus ornament of time KicypltaiH Another ratty writer remnrku A toad culled VrepandlaVtguehlm Itiy par envenomtil by thirblle of rat wasp iplder or other bun uus hI IIIIKCS the pqln awl BWtJUng tlJlrf I was believed that when brought dell to poison the stone lIleeIIl lI shuns vd color thuf conyojlng to Its wear ItS a timely WnTrilnlrofdangcr j It Is to these peculiar amulets that Shakespeare is supposed to rfir In As You IIke It Bweet are the uws of adversity Which like this toad ugly and vnnmnus Wears yet a precious Jewel In his hiJ Is It not probablebowever that limn poet being n poet Is here alluding to the eye of the toad nn object as nil who arm really fainlllur with the ap peurance of this humble bitradilun will agree than which there are few more beautiful In nature Perhaps the mostofainlllur supcrstt lout In regard to toads Is that still rite which Bupitospft them capable of exist lug for an Indefinite period In time into rlor Of rocks stones or hermetically uulheu1gtic instances of thus remarkable pow er have been brought forward from time to time The following exam ple front nn old book Is typical In 1703 Mr George Wilson a mason mot with n toad which he wantonly Im mured In a stone wall that he was thye a I stone Just lit for the magnitude of Its body and seemingly 80 plastered as to prevent time admission of air In isou sixteen years afterward It was found necessary to opFtu a gap 111 this wall for n passage of carts when the pee creature was found allay ItrU9vstrong hold It seemed utUtltll1 u pid state but It rpoiJi recovered anima lout und ucllvhy mid as If sensible o the blussliiK of freedom iiuulo Its way te a coIIectRJnof stones nnd disappear Xd It is cnown that toads run exit Grn 11uc w9tlart fowl nud ii II tejiernllyJJellevwI that they live to a great 6gtfaud doubtless these two pe culiarities Lave had munch to do withI the superstition In regard to their nap posed penchant for n hermlLs life The fallacy however was completely ex posed by Dcnn Ituckland father of lrank Itucklaud the great naturitlHt Who went to time trouble of testing tho truth of the tlIIOl lIy an cxausllve I scales of experiments U ncod 6nly l e remorkiHl that his victims su shad the IlIcnrcerlltlou In legendary as in pnporstltldiw In hit toad plays no smallmtl It may not be generally known that the ilea dvfst C Trance was originally In shape a takj xhUa At least ruua the tut ten otlhrance lIoreoll his bont iii- MJ of toads or boles bees ciied In old French Ills hm gave great umbrage to time r r who r belleil ntu ns i inbled f Musjt agnlnsj him undLl KIug hit Clods while on Its way to Uw h retcs waagranteda vl lpif MMn lie saw In the Leavens his do chainug AUxr Such n banner he ciniHed II- 4uiutiyty be made calling It his III wbr =London Globe The Unit One coyledividual He is different from ot6 men Of rourseheg willing to bo aI gaged to you replied Miss Shurpe Exchange 0 Tho best armor out of gu ihotl acou OIft1r e iat 7tt- i 1t dol j FOR THE CHILDREN Her Cowpolllon Little Zultln was seven yam old and wrote nanny compositions at school but ono was treasured by parents and teachers that she might read It when sho Wild older Time subject was n dif ficult one What Is a Fable Why she salt to her teacher 1 know n fable when I see it but 1 dont know what It is when I have to soy U It weuis very strange Indeed Must my composition bo lung Oh no short by all weans an swered rime teacher Only tell what a fable Is You have been reading then Now sliuuly tell lu your own language what a fWile is That Is nil Zelda teemed quite puzzled but mamma stalled and told her as nn on courageuienf that wtun Bile had written her composition site should havu a coral necklace Oh mamma I shall try very hard I shall think and think and think until I think it out Site wished for tho coral necklace very much but alto also wished to please her mother After a time of deep thought and hard study she brought her composi ton triumphantly to her teacher and saidThere is my composition It was hard but I have told exactly just ex actly what n fable 13 as you told me to do I rend over my book of fables and round out nil about thorn Thu teacher took tho composition from tho little girls hands and tumid It It had one grout merit It was quite short It road A fable is n plate where animals talk which also they nerer do sun Time grown people laughed very lynch when they rend it but sill won the coral necklace because mamma know alto hall triedGrace Baxter in Youths Companion In n Chlnrae School Each Chinese schoolhoy must furnish his own stool and table for school work nnd the tour precious articles which are tho ink slab n cake of India Ink n brush for writing nail paper With these he begins his wenry task of learn hug to write and read tho thousands of Chinese characters These are to open the guy to the Chinese classics nnd n knowleilpo bfL this ancient literature and w tsdonij means education to the Chinese At the openlug of a Chinese timetwall Hcforo this honored name time pupils nnd teachers burn paper money hindsrthen tells Confucius the day the month openeduueIng when the pupils arrive they must bow twice once for the teacher and once for Confucius The Volts ncTetiRC According to an Indian legend In the begpVuIng the Log was put on the lII t and the Wolf beside the tine wTufii the winter clime the Dog could notfoiidure time cold so he tattoo down t 6 settlement and drove the Wolf from the lire rime Wolf ran to the mountains where it suited him so well limit he prospered and increased until utter awhile he ventured down again and killed some animals In time settle ments The people tot together and followed mil killed him but Its broil ere come front the mountains anti took such rovengo that ever since the people have becum afraid of time Walt A You UK L iiucutlunl Dcnzel Ruth Ncwberry the tou t yearend daughter of Mr and Mrs O IL Nenherryof Sterling III is alit j to repent fortyeight recitations uu songs nmougVthe number being Cur few ShaH Not Illiig Tonight tad Hall Coluufbln till total number of gunlaOil in thb fortyeight pieces being 3450 She began learning shorty boar shanks year ago nut when n poem learruHKshu docs not forget It Rhic rccltlnSJslio begins with the first poem that shejjeurned and recites the total fof fortyeight poems without being promplid tmiking about acrenlydv e minuted tu recite them all A Modern lluiuitTnv One day Eva who had never seen n automobile was playing on the roe side when ono rushed by Mamma mamma situ shouted thu wagon has ruuned stony and left thu horso Bomewhcrcsl Cincinnati Trill unc Leant Punt I aster be a rcglar kid bout two tr hush I cdtitayt reeIro r haroIr I gases alia dMift know how teller hatoofto took like girls rDut now you bet Im growln up and KOt a little chance i 4 Imeatt wearln i long f Ji tpanllI octet be a baby when Ieot a smash I criedn howUoflt the felltr ester ride cwt 1R All over me and knock me down and call me mothers awn 1 tell you now theynun w gay Choy Jes1 let me alone Hfflfci 1 Cause bout a wee aglI licked Ned ernrown end JllllyJ3ancas I alnt no any moreTilm vearinflong i t pants I mister kinder hatethe lul elrll I wouldnt t eVer play jBpjfc Er talk with them or cwUh the 1but now It shift thatrWayv sayeton Shes g 5t such pretty eyeiTand say her smile ls out of tlghttSv Lust week I took her with me to eves tar grown updansepti jI bet the likes me ttterlncermw ngIa Siuwaukw SalltlueL- w 11 rc h1 Here We Are The Celebra- tedHANAN SHOEThe Best cr Earth 1 PRICE SSOO PRICE f ftPH IS M HANAN SHOE 1 y w f- ata For Sale By DAY BROSO0Jaekgoi Ieltucly LATEST PICTURE OF LADY CURZON VICE REINE OF INDIA This now jilcture of Lady furzon the American girl who is the wife of IndlaM fUerpy her wearing her famous iHuuion1 tiara and peacock feather gown Before her marriage Lady Curzou was iiiss Mary Leiter of Chicago A NEST BUILDING FISH Nature IfTilrili n Knit Curium For Hie llrllitei Klnliiii It is doubtful whether protective mim icry among animals Is better exempli colr as time Sargasso sell Pterophryne Ilstrl- d Owing to Its peculiar structure It is poor swimmer and It therefore spends most of Us life moving slowly about the bottom among corals seaweed etc which these flshes closely rearm dluwg 1ttoo masses sargas assum weed with their peculiar fins and color markings of the tlsh closely resemble the weld itsclfNot only does the weed thus furnish a hove for Ihl species but the tUU ictually construe u nest from It and therein deposits Its eggs One of these nests found In con nection with the Hassler expedltlo- wtls described as consisting of n rout sizedpearances it was made of nothing I this suIt weed tho brunches and of which were however evidently knIt together and not merely tangled tutu a roundish muss for though some of ti- Iracea and branches hung loose feu ettime Ifts1j lt because nt once visible that oC the ballwas held together by threadT trending In every dirlctl among the seaweed By close flan It became apparent that thud mass seaweed was a nest time central part of which was bound up In the form of u ball with seventPJoose branches ex tending In various directions On still closer examination the uNit above de scribed was found to be full of eggs which were scattered throughout the mass Nature huts thus afforded a safe ns Inns for these somewhat helpless fishes whose cutaneous lilaments which are plentifully provided on the belly around the mouth and on the dorsal spine so nearly resemble the weed itself that pmlaceous fishes doubtless tall to re f ognlzo time living animals and thus the latter escape extermination American Advlcr Smbound to git tr de moat d won take no udvlctfatnll au do dot tries to take all he Iearsus11I lon Star t Ia v Tho peonle who help us xnost am those who ntnko HyRubfoW ocher e ments unillluel rallJ I ties i tw V t r M n 4C a r y WHY HIS MARRIAGE FAILED lIe regarded children as a nuisance Ho did all his courting before mar rloge oflIe doled out money to his wife as if bugger olIIo never hud time to go anywhere wlthLU wile lIe saver dreamed that theta were two sides to marriage Ho saver dreamed that a wife needy praise or compliments He thought his wlfo should spend all t i her time doing housework Ifo treated his wife as be would not have dared to treat another womanj trlfuschange I lIe serer made concessions to his a unimportantand He thought thin marriage vow hail s oftit tIIe shied on liar by his wile as his by di tvine right and not as favors Silt IllCCeq r Y 1 4 Uoervllitf oflltr uuYtltsie I uthink ok tint tuansjlnauclal enbar fhllllFinancial embarrassment4 yr y rlYou lIes got so much money ho doesnt know what to do with It Catholic Standard und Times i t r A Tcuiiur rr Opinion a Time Fiancee The Idea of hit think ThioY 1 you neednt ur t Jicoerr III wonder whut Bragg weans by ever talking of his social forJutI6el suppose lies a member of organizations mind never pays bU e dues Exchange w p ftAllwhy did he marryT S I atSo as to huyo some one to him couldntlim 141sht Hale J I eUDldnt you say that baldheaded woe a blonde a No I only sand his baa light halt e 4 +k jfJ 4 J ht lrt Ya K 0 h J u THE BRBATHITT N WSD J WISE IIAfllNS Editor Frhlny March 111904 TPItOFJSSSIONAL CAKDS 1 WlfK IIAUINIOSBowL1No ITAGINS 1C BOWLING ATTOItNEYSArLA W Ofllce over PoilOftlcpJA- CKBOV KENTUCKY KrAll business intrusted to them will receive prompt end careful at tention r I El 1 1 1 ITnnHHnhnltnnnttnrtnnnnHIIHIJS I 1 L C ROARK ELAWYERe JAOKSON 3 E Will prnctlce In Breathitt nody= uuuuuultYLlIItWWllwufJJllwuug f 1 IA H PATTON I LAWYER K NTUOKYI I JOHN D WHITE LawyQr Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice in State and U S Courts Uuya Laid pelts Real Etlnte Keeps good list of Farms at fair prices Spe clnl attention given to Oil Cool and Timber lands Reports values on ap plication Director for the New Era rand Company f Circulation more thnn FOURTEEN HUNDRED cpplcs I WE will accept advertisements fpii a guaranty that our paper ems t more than twiceatho circulation in sBreathitt County fan paper published Our 1 iargoei to ev cry post office in Perry County and almost everyone in Lee Ma goftin Owsloy and Wolfe Come tics If youwant to reach the moun tain tradetryan ad in the BKKATII 1 TIT COUNT NKWS A Great Offer i j x li IHs is Presidential year and ovorAiDflinocrat will want to read tho Courier Journal and every lie publican will want to read the L uijlo Herald the leading jwporg ofcench party intilO Stat al1oIon itcnir readers this privilege we liavi- tjUecidcd tpgive each of our su- bIfibersoth old and now either or Lot vilh jjlerald absolutely free of cost for one year On receipt of ono dollar time regular price of tit- jiireatliitt C fty rocs at any tune betweel now and Mardi 20th you will receive either the Cour ie Joufilal or Louisville IJirid This offer tiiill1K withdrawn March 20th 1 tI During his instruction to the Grand Jury last Monday Judge Riddell rancho kQff into a now field and asked theur to indict nil who are violating the law gob J orning tit practice of medicine surgery and midwifery It is ro I posted that for some time this y county lias bEen infested byay + liumllerof people who call them ri selves doctor and go about tho i pountry soliciting the patronage i of tho sick and their families It wf may be that many of the recent F deaths in our community can be directly traced to the employment ++ of ono of this sort of doctor- suntil t r 14 tho dangerous condition i f alarms thefrionds and when a illullitiod physician is called the rd condition is such as to render his offorts unavailing Judge Rid doll also paid his respects to tho patent mcdicino venders whq pro 7 f scribe their stuff for every com r plaiiit Our Board of Health 1 t fllpuld see that tho county is rid of this eyo sore 4 Two papers for thotJricoo ono This oiler is good 20 if lie sure you subscribe for the nNEWSand got the Courier Jour jalofiOUis IlerahiL fy t liJr + or e yearcfrooI td U 0 IK S r fI 4 t I L JESTIIOTKLINTUB FBEIBUS To amid IUOM on Y S DEPOT 1 ARLINGTON HOTELS s TAULBEE PROPIIBO JAGIISON KENT UG1tY GOOD LIVKPvY STABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONXECriON UOOM IIe CorrespondenceIte- ms of Interest From Our Correspoclcnts in the County JL WAit ommK Wo had n Roml meeting at this plnce Saturday conducted by Rev William Welli null others Mr Willnrd Stftinpor will preach at Nelson Trents Saturday night and at the Lower War Creek school horse UIII SlIndnyjRev H K Mnddon will preach nt thu fatter tVnr Greek solnxd hoime the first Saturday and Sunday III April Granvlllij Gross has lust finished his nice portico I Enoch Orsborn noted to Gust I Woods mill last Satin day thus Hall ha 20 sistersinlaw and 20 brothersinlaw and 8 children one of them 32 years old who la in the army 10HUENT Mrs Kate Furshpyandsoil Wnlter IIflda married Boll Header Fortdiey wife and two children left hero earls lost week en rung for their home In rirkersburg W Va rlllllrpI Corshfy hnsjiatl charge of the lion Hotel rllrllHI four years and will he greatly uilssd by those who partook of food at beatable Win flush Jr tells in Bowers last Wednesday and Tlwrgdny insisting In the orgniiizatlim of n lodge of J 0 A SI Mrs W A Junes Mrs Eurln 0 Ashley niid Mr John Junes were In Zucliarinli I JnitllIcsdIYIfonder of Xnchnrinli IK 111 jf fever j Jin esMeadiW lute of Keren Col lege Inm iutf red the Intermilionnl Fchool ofTHlegrifpliy nt r11III lilt Jim WHS fortuhnte enough to have II school friutoivljp WM MMHitur jft n scholar HIT hiolu lie hUll no ue tte tliiik 71m + IiI auuiu nut of the school n 1 jJihtltl brass JlCIIludel I JjniHi K Lee Oily was III our rror midst enrty week lie is sawing staves nndercoiitract foe the Eusterii Kentucky Stove On and YII he Ima une and a quarter million atKye + sawed nt lruJnUreeK Le s CHy and tiller l iinU poinlH tilting time 0 A K1t H Berry Igowas III ItUJt6 county lust week tovmnkenrrnngtmenti her textlniEnrle IiJjswIIJd J ruction attendiifg i business iiffnirM Inst week Elden BIMI Bun of Fielden fu h i not eipected to live c6iifutnplii n burn on Ilie 211111181 itothe wile tf fielden hush n girl bnby Ilhur m d child are doing llnely The ixmnnili8iild child of Wirki Chester of Dun IUd which died of mett le j parch MIIII brought hire lust Sntuidi niid insets in the Bu h iniveyard MM Gilley of 55ichnrliih Is very ill Sh elms meiise and Almost rrcdrrred- Whoaxpatmo resulted u n reining iurccuditioii is quite serious pJylu Uiinifleld1 whu was in the efn U Eat Cloy City and re- cetlllytrnudfrrred to J ickxon is tit ill homo of liln mint Mm Mary Martin IfIIS In en III with meisle while In Jackson nnd lair been iinnblH to remove to hN aunt hntnu until recently Jolin ViilUlns of till Junction went to Lexington List week In sleet u ilnugl tar who tens coming from Ellijuy On to vUit him J dm returned h me very much dlsiiu tedus nfler Ihe roan lee of vomiii his daughter cliinifiiil her mind nll1 fI m tel him to meet lit r In Knoxviiit Ten Meslaaianl d Ia nei wt n in SCaclmrhih Siijrdi y d Sundry Ink liig culls on rl hdlI1d ielitlve4 Mrs Nary Spencer amid MUii Minnie llugli of Xuclnirlnh were visiting the silck at Ulilgewoiid Junction Inti Alun tiny Mrs Sarah Vllllnm + left here Mun day morning In lulu Snml Itopp amid fiimlly ni Itloliinniiil Ky Summy to be a bontncu there und Mrs Will arms expired his employ in au mme cn pnclly unknown toyourcurreiipndent A M Stiles of Uidgerood general mannger nf the Eastern Ky Solve Cd went to JnukMin Mondiiy to confer with Floyd liny nomiiinl propiletor of the ccmpnny Mra Cline Spencer 18 seriously IIIof ineusluMN 1111 Spencer of Hidgewood Junction 1 very Illof measles nt the resilIence of futherlu lawXer Spencer at Zacharluh John Jones spent Saturday nod Sun lay vlfclttng friend and relatives in XnchnriiiliMM f roll t and dnughier Mrs Enrle 0 Ashley of llldgeivood Junc ltron were iirUlnclieiter 0111 t iliopilug our last Tuesday I f + JtJ a s illIJ t Ii leiJos Cox nn l h N of 1ln vllle wii8 visiting his not heruimt1 John Uatklns lit Hidgnvond Jnncliun luring the first of the ttekc Itiverlaid rc rIDo I l 11wages r marry vaucemCIJHI I Increasedr plan We can help you qualify at home in spare time and at small expense for any of the fol iotaMechanical ans EleetiJil Steam Civil or Mining Engineer Electrician Sur veyor Draftsman Ornamental Designer Architect Chemlat bookkeeper Stan ographer Teacher ShowCard Writer Window Dresser or Ad Writer Write TODAY itntlnc nhlcb poet Lion Interest jrpu to- INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schools Dox 799 SCRANTON PAt UB tiLL OS QUI LOCAL BlrBISBIiTlVilh What n few Kentucky people thilk of our school Clniii llngan mnchinery rtnd ens en GNII1lrm11NIIIilhlllrhlJ utItSN sod Cnlll1l11af tin your method lit any time W V Wtilsori hend cnrpenlerKeiJ iniky IlokCoat CoCanntIflyIf You course in ArchllectiirivUtwhiit Avery cnrpenler amid contractor liljiiuld lake Yynrgyiiine has boon a greet hllll hjll Silas Ily11mid Jnksart KyYdnre- aurseInfermi l IndrvrryIiti11niIj your method of teaching 1tX w II Funk Chief KiRineer I fRT iIlium K I llai rltglueerlug armngeJ that uug unr With n ed ucntlon wo ilil Imre no trundle tolenriir- IiuN II KiiiHi y IM N Lin seism- SL Lexli gi ii Kyr I hove xnniiiid LIJIJTIrtIICI7t l Ifiirtt in ign iiinltns nrdIabnw curd + ritinlI b Ilrva It lo lie IIi ii brat Comm rsu lfer dbynny eninopundenui ochiol and ijint ni liveniticolr cusdhlztiugtitwhh- your syhtn fi 0I ilyttlvlmes iniiliiiuil 0 irre iiiiidMnc slliixiln of which I MID u tntdiMit It priivHIeH n nygiem of edniiulriililiil nut UHII tlii ndintlingf of Him vim rend nnd wrlto Our rIrllfllhr fir y 4Hicc n in nii A ll urrespumlenulSchrdsI11 will iiuuiKj ni miy 1 lerfoniil liiformn tion yon nmy sash I e1eve levpriil liunilrvd deeds IH corde7dripg my tera3of olllcII III County ClfrkriieVn aro viiUiMbli to the owiem IIrth land and I xrniild behind fur tinfin tp call pay alto fees nnd take them oijty7 ViH Iliglim 1VeD Aiiln- rle many r5IiU3r lr John niom t will be pleased tualetya that he hug entirely recllvlrtdrrollllt attack of rlieiiiimil iii laiuborlnins Iuln linlm cured MinfaTter the best doctor In time iu vn POflIJIItIlidhlld fulled toidye relief tlTia iroinpt roller from imln uliieh lliniincnt affords la iloneuortlimiiuy times Its cojt For sure Ity Dny I oitOtr will pnyjauh Commonwealtli fown RUt scr Claims Z A S JOIIHSOV i tfcir x 7i camf d 1 3 0 TGof BEEF CATTLE t hour In n country of such magnitude ns thU all propliccios In regent to future p nre liable to toll oven If bawd non apparently sound reuxonliiK loll they have fulled tlum fnr In the rot tic market Expectations of hlillro Ill cry markets after the range cattle were 1 out of the wny love been dlnalmolntwl y liberal marketing of fnnn cattle hchlllnck to be dear of range comlltUII lion or kept In the country beenune of the flue toll weather which permitted them to utilize pasture longer than usual Rut now that the bulk of the heavy corn fed cattle nnd the prassers from ranges Wild farms nre out of thu way poultry amid KIUIIU nro In the mar ket to a larKu degree and port Is rom ly paratlvely cheap and nlways popular when cheap Hut otter December till poultry will no longer compete to nuIr unusual extent What tutu the IIItH pects for cnttlo During the late mer and early toll mouths not so 1111111IIr attle ax usual were put on feed foul there should out be n burdensome pup cal of tilt cattle for midwinter There plenty of cattle On toed but roost them will be ready later thnn usual because they started later This Is US suming that feeders Intro generally iMircbaBed the thinner nnd cheaper steer to feel and that the kinds that pitre n short feel ore not a larger iltproportion thou usual It Bcoms that conditions Justify expectations of some Improvement after ttls month bntrll there Is no cattle famine In sight as sumo of our hopeful friends believe There are too many cattle and too much corn In sight to hope for realty be high prices for tat cattle Stockman mud 111 tiller Iorclvnl The fine Herefonl bull Terclval shown In the Illustration took tint premium In the aged bull class mill rho n Iftn s lit ti Texan stttte fair In Dallas ILa 1II weight at the fair was 2UiO pounds nge four years IVrclval head tho herd of Colonel D C Ithome Port Worth Tex Mistake In IVnllnpr Professor Henry of time Wisconsin Btatlou claims that Ahierlcnn cattle feeders pre giving tholr stock too much grain He says hr part I lore spent considerable time Ingoing through literature w the subject bud Rill surprised that the llritlsh feed er gives to his fattening beeves but n small groin nllowatusi You nil know that tho turnip or rutabaga an we call It Is extensively used In feeding opera tloua in Great llrltaln On searclilng authentic sources of Information 1 llnd that the initial grain allowance for the fattening steer In England amid Scot land ranges from six to eight pounds per head dally In n few cases It Teaches ten pounds and In only one case out of n score or morn of repmls have I found It stated that xu ninth aS has twelve pounds of grain were fed to a steer In a single day iiud tits amount only at the close of the feeding 1lrllJllt Tree grains used In Onnit Britain consist usually of barley Orn meal cottonseed meal ard linseed opal With the small groin rail MI ore flit from lift to a hundred pounds of sliced turnips four or five pounds of cut Hlmwnnd in flee to ten pounds of hay either emit or rll long On this ration the titer of Kng land and Rcotland usually makes n or gain of between one amid throequarter to two pounds dally or say from Ifty of to sixty pounds per mouth 1 hero lsno need of saying that the Inpll li otocV tuna does not fatten his huliocks or that they pre Inferior to ours when they ute sold tor the block The tail 1161t stockman hq a flilNnIas good cut ik tnml lie Puts hlmi pn market I usually II n flnlshed eofidllldn a f Tlif 31osoceerul rirmrr Every perwhVlio Imp enough Jtidfi 11 meat to go In Whnlt rains knows el titer from exporleiioe gr observation that our most Ally stGtl 1rtl of staples arc flue ifvcrmocUfafWprOAya Ut11811Iullebut n judicious selection of different l 1willr tho fariuer than any olio kind lint i1J most farms several different kind will prove nlore prolltable than nnyijj true kind Hogs may toe keptTnnd r addition ns many sheep as If Nil hut were kept Thqro Is gn Jlto average j nl farm a place for hogs a pine for eat ffl tleiiplace for ijiecp clc and one kjnd r will not Interfere jylth ntoth I1I11I1 IJ properI innnagwl sIt I tee r utl- prl11tnbl u ItSS R t + 1 dozen sows 1o ralis ftmtwl lito cur load of tilt hop my flh 000 At iho saim time a M r ton sheep may be w ld f it 1lliB3 It- 1tt00 mitt nearly as mmhvK 109 Then n tcwlnt steers foifpRe 1fbutcher will easily njn fit lrtaitsp to JflCOO or 13000 Pbeiualdre alto thli stock lIIllnyror till the lobar Brie feeding and niarketliifr Catl thej IT all grown at home owls low tlwn tins manic could bo hough for by a feetlw Come and aeo uc Wo will pi youA 1 ClUWKOItl fi Co I Burn to Mr and Mrs W Q Oold i eran of Oukdule on March 1st a girl U kl paying time hlglieU Inark fur beef hides null furs j 0 If you have any houses or irtl or andi you want to sell list timerswithi tilw ilftginiA Bowling rc b 1rfZ4 rt f IJLUE O ItASS TRACTION CO eorgetown and Lexington Trac lion Ooinpany Cars ln1 Lexington fur Paris every from flu in to 7 p in and nt D m Leave Paris every hour from 7 m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single nrolQciMtU Leave L xliiglon for Georgetown ev hour torso 7a in to t p in except lu in I p m 8 p m and 1C p in Leave denrgelown every hour front C III to 10 p m oxcept 10 a m 12 m 7 nnd 0 p in Y ALEXANDEU PresltlentH HuiKutn For FarinerH Tlie NnwYork Tribune Farmer n ihtliinal Illunrnled nRilnullnral w oak I of twenty huge pages has no super I- tor oars Ihnrnuglily practical and helpful I tor III form r nllJ ev miinberuf his family and the pub hero are determined to glee U a cir culation iinrnuiillril IIUlJ paper m1A rIns6ln ihi United States Knowing that every enterprhtnjt farness altvay reads his own lo weekly newspaper flu New York I Tribune Farmer ha lode an exceed ingly liberal arrangement which en 1111111 oiler the two at so EiThe prce of The NuwYnrk1Tribllt- teFnruerisltOn Q year tinlllitt County New is UOO a year but bath papen sent for a full year If you U 2fi to this SItU Jackson Ky Send jour name and address to New York Tribune Farmer New York City and n spcclnnn copy of that poser will mailed to you Combination Offer Ityunr liliirnl terms with the pub lisherA of other pnw irs we are able fiirnisli you two papers for K little more than tutu price of one Vecan nave you mnney on any paper you V lII take We will furnish you TilE iiuiivrmrr COUNTY NEWS and Iiihir of the following CMiriervlourmilLunioville Chicago InlerOeean- Citictnnall En iilrer Lexington Leader Mono nod Farm or New fork Trlbttne Farmer I Olio Year For Only J12tf Nu one should bit without s paper ivhon he can buy two of the heat in Ihe iiiiniry for so Illllu money THE BREAD MAKERU nu tears of the result when mlnjj Q Mansfields Flour 1lullmilled from the nest thenl and rallied the right way on the beat equipped aorltMOUNTAIN IUhV talk to you It canillb more convincing thus n barrel void Ask your grocer for Itt Jt C MANSIIELILC SL ROSSLYN KY Iii S5252525525252525C1 F CIVIL ENGINEERS I ANt SOKVEVJIp In Prompt Altentlon RlrouJto nil claPRoS nf work nrd 4 SATISFACTION GUARAN EED 01 1 ICII JACKSON KENTUCKI HFINELIN OF 8l9illlJ 1 ta4mWATCHES k i Jewel Iwye k1 t la Also nice tine of all kinds or lint Jeweky Ciin when In JeckAo D FLENOR- Htlttt AN llfflCfA tc- 3iIlwllliiz7 5 t eat customer la the at ad varth t0ur customers deer l AuY QaA1rPORA a1 1 l t y t i jAr r Day Bros Co the most complete stock of RAL ROHANDISE o Jackson Consists dl Wlj tti m Q dSt Ill vIlIlfjlf St I P 1 JatiI4iJJiiii JJqjt r MatStI CSw We have the Finestj Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style For the Ladies 1 we have the most Fashionable Lot Shoes money buy flillinery Goods This Department is under the man of Mrs R J Fulkerson who show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If 4fyou need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our lUMMHiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiitiiiJ- iiiiiiiiiiPrices Are All Right Day Bros Cod k n t MfJ4 C n 1 10jl M4 I ir t j- t 1r- i p J I II y- I 1 1I t 1 0 1i A Stock Reactionti S 20PtOEN1Uu nod 1 y WIi I O Suits InniD Ovt t illiIioos Ltd tea nnd loots 1iURNISHIT OODS All tliesrt Mxlsulll Kj ganlleaa Dont delay Kveu nino est tlior is a uitrtx li reu Thu tit t rro b n complete LCWTlirbugliont our sUxk r 1a Pwz tl Veto Ir Castlei Oa KELM AN J t Jackson Kcntucky t- rL I r I a IW The Brcathitt News PublLslicil Hvcry Irlilay y IE- y Circulation nioro tintn c roUUTHHN HinutriMl copies r I Local lend Personal T U Johiiioii of Titllc s Lee count y ii a rislllnu attorney nt court Whrn in Lotinglim stop with liar liras nt Item Hotel loiiXT llurstuf Frozen ntlem oJ court here during the pod week huh + 4Itny ol vie uvula dcpartme nttlio college acne In Ixulsvllle fru BnHirlny until Mmidny Iiunk I Solid gold Jewelry sold J 1011 f John P ArniwoiMl Wltlck lining down 2300 lies fur tho Beau Tie C 4 At lust Thursday v Uciul A I1 Crawford COH 1 fetlils issiio Try tlteul tvvcroti lack wll ha4 Its rut k uliico last October linn so tnt i cicdIU 10 be able to go to auik- l it Ith 1 In+ rIlturslay- y Alioriiey John M Tester of W t lending memberscoiiniy oim of tin Ihu 0 mpton her his Lit eti in Jacks week attending eau r during the port Judge IdiiiK Cooper of Ml Sloi pug Is Ut11t11 Cllurl here lhu vve 0 mid urging Isis cnnditincy fur Congr ffoin tlm Tenth district The Presbjterlau Charth is bnlldl IIIIIho iioiiheasl corner n piirHoiiiige cVillcwe Ill curlier Main street N NWaililnuton Avenue The framing Jf J already up J W Clark has Ihu CII V Intel v ThirettasnMUttll tide ill tie rl fittllI list of this wrrk wllch lirilO COO lulu hays llnwm Th Jw liesdeiveredwur0ecreral Mi41io vurtoua dealers here Wjjiiinve received n notice from Merchants and Munulncturers Ai- rtff ontlon of llallinioro lint the lcni fj nry interruption to business by pmgsed and that liar m V greatIro1111e f Art able to IULnlL idef I heretofore ti V Thos AViTsoli und J S Pembort two niemtori of the Jnckjoii Puree came ontln full uniform Thj day Jnckson looks very much cltl gtiico we have uniformed pollcen patrolling our streets Now Jll lluard Trustees would pave ourltrt ve would feel like we went living i- oily sure enough t t f 0 i l+ t Mrs HunnnV lock widow of Hack Islmpmrliigv t f1IIrlllillack ntlhuoll 11llIm Jiulce Wfiy iM HeclTujr of Winches ler U licre i jmidliigcjinirt Ihla wt ck rn ti lot hll r II tNblthJ1I UripH ten+ libIti tel yA1a une o tuwlI ilium J Any1r I II LJtntlerhai purchased n to t on llrondtvay if Julio hen and Is ereul hug a drug More on it LII llulln lm till CJiitraut I I Fugato Mciytoln kupnrPInsetl thf John IlnrntUijfn uti TTmiblenmm and a deed i Mllllntlll I lultn by thl Master Ounuhw r liVsURjcdnwdny 111 It N llIlnlll N I i u Olnrn K IiiBay both uf FIUt r luutried hiss Saliinlny TliKi lukkwqu by fur N II 011 111 F sn nod the bride h IIllln1 r ggN II 1n l DrJ P lloggj Srf 1hnll coutract for the pr rli i tt v Ooat CampOhrlsil i ltt past t 1ii year has moved hi1 lo Jacksnn nllll la otllcing with 1 Taulbec lie will tiers Msim eVo soon IckII I Irvia husk urrjll1 + druf Juloi- N 11atrlle I I lea by I tet nrnn nnhe duj1 t Inclndl the s err hnt t uwilasliptud as a hu4 ilr w l I df open linn Ih J Ikri run nit t of April Ut uhIIvdltor IViiMigton I t ndNiirlI of llyden win hern In fir u soliciting subscribe s t r ek which by the wnyrj hIuse mid till home priirt Is I Iltlll it circulation ptnL It speaks well for hint ni era ig lugoflidand Se lq- Is A P Ca trig oI ro n Tliero have been thji snls r1111 nlng hero dining kII ver Iheni has been oonsfdijrnble tlIIJ gbl there hnsbcen tin 111 hllI an excellent police fo je but J1tre I hove been but very few arrests Is nothing llml keeps JMvn craw the certainly N f p11 Wifonf I the s011u cull your nlleuttdut hf t nlIlorthin pears 1 rondo many ImprovemenlB ayiper since he purchased iniso j I cnr In eaqjuid now gives It hlj I 111nlat tentlon WeUnowjtf J p in1 110 oil moantnrns more suluib in Mm llicemer resort than Jnnkson The A Ill nl IUIon with Its beautiful lawn nit elegan auj shade trees Is n very inviting place fur ten the summer boarder lookliiR fr r08i lll roarenllon or pleasure ii u A B Johnson has Hum for lithe n tUG per barrel J y r lt ort IChCCircuit Court convened Monday with Judge Itlddcll on the bench There was n gout crowd In luwi nolwlllihtardlng the bad weather and when ilio bell rang thu court room wni HilcUy liltednil anxious to Sec tit Judge and hour his Instructions tn flu fintnil Jury which wore very able and exhftiiitlvc He nld when he came here us Judge M yens ago hint nlTiiIrs were In n bud Uindlifon but when he r tired from the beehJJ yens ng i HreitlilUcjiin ty wn n lawabiding ni nay county In the Slate IIianid law nnd order roiild be restored again In Hrealhlit cciinty He urged till Jury lo huh out who were bully of crime In this county nod thou Indict them lie sold It was tho duty of nil good citizens to aid In enforcing llie law The following compose tin juries lnM Junv Will Unitll Gilbert William Shade Fugnto II IV llouiishell Waller John roll Ilrtick Young Geo Spencer A pper sun lively J 0 Wilson Michael 0 Oiiiinip Tliomus Strung and James It Strong Walter Johnson was appointed fore innn PETIT JURY Tunes Huberts Slgll T irner Green llensleyCI Denlon Jeo Andernon Albert IIiMKdlt Logan UillinmSfTaiil hert Campbell lames Dentcill llarlan ltlce G II Hlley Hilly Uussell Jr 0 T Strung Win Urilllth Dun Oliver Tay lor King Win lIoskltH J 15 Moody Win Miller JIT lloimley A J lleiuley Jilni M Snmvden Henry UumlilT nod Aliilen oii Culilirsju The Commonwealths Attorney not befog present T T Cope wns n point ed 11111111111111111111 Attorney poi tern whll nalyd till Tuesday evening till 1 Inn J K Hubert came In nut enter d upon lint duties of thin ullko- ludgilllddell took slek on Mondny anti ml lielig able to hull court on Tuesday an Uednesdny lion 0 II Pulhcd ncted at Special Judgo Sev rill mindeinoiinnr cane were disposed if and u Brent ninny hnd to be coniln In1 nccnJiit of absent witnesses On TliurMlay morning Judge Htddel1 c tiled the Equity ticket nut disposed itf n girnt many tdd case Thu following are the judgments en tered fur mifdeineanurs to ThijrMla eveningKHimnMonley IIP25 Mnrh toward SI 430 a trIO Charley flush C W fO and ten day Jnck Spleer S I f50 Tnlion Hampton S L fro Jjck Iliuitisliell Adultery 20 Serena DcaUin Adultery SH TluunnsGrosr S L Hill 8 Abraham Iuiicetord Petit Larceny GO days Sylvester Tharp S L f20 1 Jnl hlnrthvllenrvOandlll SMOO nAThus Jen ITK S 1 2 4- M ilvery llillrook S L 0YAlfnd llnlloihfSO rIIl1ll1rt llnynri ShoollnR nl ro A A Il tW- Icvl llollonSIIJO Thumton UohblnsSI2p + 1111181111118 I100 I Malvory llolbrookS I CO TFj Thus Centers S I2y01 V 5 o w Tliurnlmi Nobbing S L t0 Kell y Ueed C W JS5 mitt ten days OUbe Spencer 0 W 25 nd ten days Kllslin Smith S L too I II 6 i 1i Jom A Miller UamlMgtM It 1rmk Snmma Adultery fJLInvlllu Mann laming f20 the 1 tall S anti Courier Jour nil ono year for ono dollar 1lIueJhllyden lo look nflcr the Interests of 111Ihc vnrl MM teethes companies fur whluli hu is acent I WEDDING RINGS Y n1h17Sk nnhl hi A wilt V Lw widths and jvelghts 111111tJnl aior2t sliStaE In bright gpsirkllaydjelrt eIr tPrPerfect BaStutleaT o 813RO TO 1tJPIIt- tJ IS = JIVKDWNG 1 RESENTS Solid Sllver Silver plate Out filnss Olucka11r1iza Ornaments t iI EOL JJ 1Jhl1h i KAST ST OPIOSITK t Tlio Phoenix Motel Lox ingtun Ky OIl o tt1L 1 J0- J n KKADITTIIROUGIL Jtiif Spoil this Story to Toll itiii the lfertdHuet Tnuie nn cthlponli rontnry phrase this ii nn oer Into tale llnvIiiK happened In n small Virginia town In Iho tvlnterof100K It n story very much of the prrgent Up to n short time n 1I Mrn John K llnrmonnf Uelfn siiiijon Vtt had no pcraitiul knowl idgeof the rum curative properties of Chnniberlnlna Ooiifih ItPinrdy In t January sh14 SIa my baby took n dreudful cold and nt ono tithe I feared she would hnve preumull lit lint one of any nnlRhlor told inn how thl remedy hnd ciiiiit her little bor nnd I begun Riving it to my baby nt once nod It soon cured her I heartily thank the innniifnctnrerRuf Chumberlulns Cough Itemidy for pliicliiR tn Rrent n cure wiililti my reach I canpol recom mend it von highly or any too much In Its furor I hope nil who rend thi + will try it and be convinced as I one For sale by lui limns 0 I Anotliur friend GonoTo Intel II Andrew Slliltinm known nl n gird citliiiiof Urenlhltt county lllrlllhl Peat week with n severe atlnck i f measlc Itnrbig n widow and eljhl children nnd lie invple of thn upper edge r ilm county to mourn hula l m Andrew dtidhnm was known by man ciilztMi nf Itrealhllt county lie was n brollicr of S II Stldlinm nf this city Ilydrd lab 11011 inn will buried in the family bnryliiR ground the they following Ilia youngest child Is in the lliill plocs in the U S Army lie will return keno Feb 8 1005 nnd flnd his nlil hart friend gone before Thb lint left ninny broken heart Jnines 1 Stidhnm ItimlvoriiMiily no heard a well known farmer rcuiurk om day during the past week that arcurdhiK tn hU iropliesie we will Imvf UNO more snow Ihnt then hove alrendy kern twenlytifjil rnoir aid there 1119 iflio more due He lined uk rillht on the runt llmt the moon wa tweniiiliii dnyi old when thin lint mow rr11nod i ntd that rill enlh tiny In the HRH of jlm moon we would hove inn snow This may IIR count lo the penplu for the very severe winter we hnve had nut it will servo a n warning hreiitier tint we 1111111 IIH careful n to rile iinionii ago when the I1rut snuv irinined to hill Uev MAV Ilintr has been confined to his Inline with nn attack of grip dur ing the InatweekGilds Dannfious w How Qfjen you hear It rllIInrIllV ujhn rule mid n few days Inter ICarJiftijat the inun in on Ills back with ptie tiitb tin Thu fa of IIIQII common ocgurrcnce tint n cold howler alight nhould l t be dlregnnled Ghamber lalns yoiiRh Itemed y coiinteriiots nil tend icy towanl nenmonln It nU wnysciires nod is pleasant to take PI by Day HrsCi fL 0 Hunrk Iud his barn and nil Jts ccmlciys by lire Tlmrsdny evening Ho wriv IlirnlUK rano eornslaks and ell r rubbish lei ma htry lopu ngI tint lilsgnrdeii when n ktorm chine ii I wTiicb UieVv the fin Into hula barn Cell tiii W1 ie fur hlnoJorelry rimliltrlllll 1 year lo CO jears r r fJ VANTHIBNantes nr Ihoio that cnn ipareall or n port tH of their jute fur JInlil Iliiploiiiiint at liiiiiu Good pay 100J French Untavlalll A nice gnuill Farm In Leo ciunly for tale The Lnrkln Stamper place on the head of Hear Greek Nice dwelling I guI storehouse cribs and barn never falling water well fenced Price rear tunable and terms easy For particu lar apply to SAM JKTP Winchester Kf BLUE GRASS t = It to a atlvc of lie VVnlmiih Vnller n na A grentiUiVn pooulu content thnt blue ilrat found In Ken tuckrf tnltlllll cnilhenPIndlnim geola pUt lInt this Is not bU nine gras I Is u nntlve of the WnUash Valley Iu Ifidlnnn It lvits fognd liy WlllUim Ilunry Himlson troops duriiiK thnt tllll inurcli to Tlppccnnoo in 1811 HurrTJion gnUiertd n mimll nrmy nt bhlo Fails nnd HtArted north At Vln ciMines the istllnnt heroes retillzeil that they could out go 200 mllex up tho AVnbnsli without feed for their homes Cioncrnl HiiiTlMou hind two cribs of corn nt Torre Monte nod perounded the then tQ go on As they came on with hungry horses and seal feed they found the grouud ovcnil with blue gnisn i Six miles west of Newport on the Collctt fnrm triun found n bountiful supply lIt uluu gate Some iikicos In the bottom it win gnwJn throe 1 wt high lindHUcli fctl iuul never been hearth ofvfy tho kcntucky tuililler t- fHNt1 + Ilne CltjfinoVe blue grass warf f iuid mid fjidii there to Tlppeennoo the wlioln llnoff mnrch wits fovcretl wlllllJlIlI II ThoKowlwns cnrrlml back to Ken tirclcy mid athcn there but they could pot innko It thrive moue In the wart IlOnnilllt jmd to lie wtvn vvlt t outs nnd rye Mr Sanditsky told mo In nn early dnj that no blue grnsu grew In Kentucky nntirnttcr It wilt Imported trout Indlnnn Torn Downing of Term Route wan dn nrdcnt admirer of lien ry Cloy and once went to visit him nt liU homo near Aslilniul Ky AfterI seeing the tine fnrm well set In bluegrass Downing suicgestMl tint Jlr- i Clny lot him have sonic of the seCd to tnkc back to IndlnnnI font dont make a fool of yourself nail Clay Tho grnndslro of Kentucky blue grunts Is growing around your house and In tho fence corners your fields Wo got theI sccillUlMVerrc Haute nod the mid dlok mid nftcrn hnrd struggle got IftargrovHiero Iu Its present lux urlousness Indlnnnpolls Journal ritIto J ISJJ C 1 CARRUTHfcRS1 LUCK When Vivien Dnwnqy jilted young Cnrruthera nil his cynical friends do clnred that It was n blessing In illssntoe Carruthcro WilY neither comforted b consolation nor hardened by cynlclIIII Ho had loved earnestly and his wretchedneaB was In proportion TheI etlng of stings lay In the fact that Ylr Ion Dnwnay had thrown him over for mere money Sho was now Mrs Jes supAs regards Jessup ho lied n husoI factory on Long iBliinil n mnnHlon up town and n villa tit Newport He wan runt of society but he was gradually entering the mystic circle that rings society around To pass the boundary with duo eclat ho deemed himself In need of just such A wife us was Vivien Jessup So It came to pans that lIwreI occurred a business trnimnctlon between these two For Ida money and his potentialities Miss Dnwnay bar tered her youth her beauty and tier un deniable descent trout Poctihontas Ac cordingly they were married anti young Carruthers fancied that this mere curtain raiser of his life was all his worlds drama Cnrruthers was In n fair way to go to the devil when Virden Dawnny Jilt ed him Ho did not go thither how ever but to war Instead It was thin war of those days Somo nervous courtier of the emperor of Mnndnlny hind unwittingly trodden upon the sa cred of tho ambassador from Cniubodin Within n moon anti n half every pigtail In all Cambodia tingled responsively hence the war I have spoken of Cnrruthcrs cynical friends Must cynics are good na lured and Hnrkncss was the best na lured of cynics HnrlsneM wan n war correspondent the stormy petrel of nowKpapcrdom lie Bald to Carruthers I null for Mandalay tomorrow You feel like umUIng n war on society Come with me rind make war on the Cambodians instead Anti Cnrnithcrs went a a a a Tune investment which Mr Jescup nuido did not turn out eo well after nil A merely rich man who is nlso single stands a clmnco of sneaking into society by WilY of club parlors anti yacht lunches but n married roturler even If his wife belong toIl first fait ily of Virginia does not always find open the front doors of Fifth AeIlUeI Moreover Jessup lint married nt nn Inconvenient epoch There was n real serene highness within tho piles and he mcilltntcd marriage with the daugh ter of n certain society site general Through the medium of society papers tho Irlnco of Hohcnstauffeuluiupcr nickels Intentions were no secret Un der the circumstances the introduction of n Mm JcsBiip proved dlfllcult You cannot ask an Independent high and mighty kind of lie empire to dance a cotillon with the wife of a Long Is land manufacturer At least tho great dames uptown argued In this wise Poor Vi len was very lonely nt licwI port nod still more lonely in New York Jessup hind n short temper nnd ho lost It altogether whets he fomui that his coup hail fulled Society papers hlsallIto say nasty things about the Nasty things are nastiest when trueI nnd these paragraphs were hideously I accurateIn midst of it nil the war in the east collapsed with n crash To every bodys Intense surprise tho forces of Mnndalny mode mincemeat of the Cambodians Then young tjprruUicnt suddenly nppcnrcd in lop and wrote n book It the wnr wnsjtlio war then Cnrruthcrs book iron Ibis look A your hud passel without n new fajl or a now lion Cnirutliora mill his book filled thagnp llnd nqt thuyoung soldlernuthor penetrntwl nsjgfar ns and 8eC the throne rounutlcjttdesq mysterious oriental Pollphnrs sultaiui The Duchess of Gatherum fed him upon ortolans end trnilles in IIoncntclr castle and hula book went through fire editions ns A circus Columbine goes through hoops When London bows down New York salaams Cnrruthera found himself twice the hero in America thnt lie lied been In Kngland The great society she general heretofore nlludcd to in trigued for nn introduction and haled him oft to Lenox The Irlnco of Ho hcnstnuff enPumpernickel planned with him nn excursion into Burma One morning Sirs JCMSUP neo Dnw nny rend In her most detcsteil socbty- popcr tho Yo1lQvlng lntcrcBtlng heir fortune favors the brave Tills week wo nnnounco the approaching Wedding of lint modern Monte Chris to Mr Georgo Cnrruthcrs to Miss Virginia Van Ituytcr It will bo re membered that Miss Van Huyter antI her 1500000 dowry were popularly supposed to bo destined for II S II tho Prlnco of IlohoiistnuffcnPumper nickel Tills Is not to be Gossip says that Miss Van Huytcrfell in love with Carruthers Cambodlanus nt first sight Her hero Is no needy fortune hunter for his recent work Is coining money nnd another book may shortly to expected from his pet Mrs Jessup displayed considerable Ill nature when her husband returned without cntds for tho Van Astorbllt ball Poor Vivien She bad been think log of how differently matters might Gave fallen out If only sho had ro mnliicd the fiancee of young Currulh ers New York Press WORLDS FAIR NOTES A Philippine band of fiftynine fur struments will form one of the nttrnc tlons at the fair Tho for space received from- patentriakfast food companies aloe a are BufDcfent to fill tho Agricultural building Tho windows tf tlio Idaho building will bo transparcntjes showing tho wonderfully beautiful scenery of that state Tho Shoslnjiio falls In Idaho nro 220 foot high sixty feet higher thnn tho great Niagara falls and of great volume Professor John n Paine head of tho department of music nt llnrvnrd university is now nt work on the nu sib of the worlds fair hymn which will bo sunngnt tho opening of the es position ntBt Louis in May Edmund Clarence Stedrnarr has written the words k t3ubsory o for the 1iVs 100 per year fL f j I Vnltcful Children For a lung limo Ito two year old child of Mr 11 McPherson G9 N 10th St Ilarrlsburc 1n would sleep but two or three hours In the early port of the night which made it very hard for the parents lies mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble gave her half of one Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stomach and the slept the whole night through Two boxes of these tablets have effected a permanent cure and the IN now well hlltlI strong I For salty by lny BronCo List of Unclaimed matter advertised by Dnnlel D Hurst post master at Jackson Ky February 19 th 1001 aid tent to the Dead Letter olllce nt Wash ington D 0 for week ending 1Inlchj llth 1004 Armstrong Dlcie- llurng James Bresey EP Clark Grace Ojmbs Molllft Eddlns Lillian Green Nellie linger Pollln- llutneld W J hJockllrdAlnlonoy Mlllnrd limey Kiniiin w- KiimflfldCljdo HobtnsonT It Shiiltz Willie Stacy JD Strong J A InD Hurst PM l lirt Siulilciily The wife of Jackson Heiuley who lives on Elm Street near the Arlington hotel died very suddenly at her home lust Monday evening She was appar ently well at dinner tlmo but In about an hourthe was taken suddenly rick and died before the members of thin family could he sum moved Mr and Mrs liensley and family moved here front Purr county last rill and have nuido a hcstof friends here Mrs Ilensleys maiden name was Denim She was about 60 years of ngeAr to The News L1V Clemens and Miss Nnnnie B B Wilson were married last Monday nt the residence of the bride on South Fork Rev J P Muncyof the Christ ian Church officiating Do you want the Lexington Steam Laundry to do your laundry Ing J D Moore Is their agent hero and will call every Monday onQuicksandtrhlthersofl lied last Sunday a week ago drlagrippe Slm was boll 75 years uld ullpgICreek for frOOO RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOOAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 1903 East BoundNo NO4 Oan- yu sunday tit Sunday PM AM Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 825 Clay Olty 800 013 Stanton 400 923 Natural Bridge 495 051 Torrent 4I9 1008 iientt ville Jun 511 1020 OAKJunc 011 1120 ArJnckson 015 1180 West tound DaiyDailyEx AM P W- Ar Lexington 1010 605 Wlnclipstnr 023 620 887 489 Stanton 828 430 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 847 Henltyvlllo Jun 720 820- O K function 029 230 Jackson 025 225 os3 nnd 4 make close connectlo for Cannel OUr add points on Ohio Kentucky Railway Division daily ex cciit Sunday Nos 1 cud 2 connect nt L E June tine with Chesapeake r Ohio for 3It pointsNos at Benity vlllo Junction with L A A for Beatty rub daily except Sunday J U Mann Gen Mgr Cues SCOTT G P A- 0K RY Effective September 1 1002 Hast Bound West Bound i NGuC STATIONS SScaMr n 4 + l cE R+ E4 rEt HI An rut An rIV ram LV 030 23i Jackson 1120 330 0 25 230 0 K June 1126 8 35 843 1581VilU11rst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1158 430 750 128 LPO Oily 1222 B10 741 122 llelechawn 1228 B18 715 105 Cannel Oily 1245 545 AM W nt IV PM AB PM AB Westbound Pasfcngor Train connects nt O ft K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 nm Eastbound Passenger Train connects at U fc K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 620 and Lex ington at 005 pm M DT Costxv Supt NOTICE 4 All who are indebted to tho cs tnte of J B irnrcuin will please call and pay tho same nt once MiuJ B MAKCUM ADMX No Cut off Vamps in Courtneys Shoes to FOR SALE B- YAPCRAWFORDCO n n THE HAZARD i BAPTIST INSTITUTE J will Op- ClfJANUARY r 1904tWe liopo to hnvo our now building reads o1 this tithe It will bo an elegant ng consisting of live well uraisheclroom two Italia andan oillco Time faculty will consist of Five First Glass Teachers A proparj r and the Compton School Bronchos the following II subjeCts will bo taught Mathoiiint icsto and including first part of 1r101101netr i English up to JolTio Qonuml History of Antorcan Polities Physical iconnslmyroral Sciollco l eycltologyMusic Tuition POI Month From 1 to s2- j Boardt Including Fuel Lights Etc 175 to SJ I JjgpFor further particulars call oifor aildrosa A S PETREY lOR E F DAVIS HAZARD KENTUCKY 9 ry ry c t t t y 4 UI sfit+ C tr t 1it Im ItYt T- fi A HOW T6 STERILIZE WArE IMirlnciillini KITcrlcit by V lnit n Lll c lln Clilorlilo or Silver Time constantly Increasing demand j fur prim water anil for some method liy means of which this cnn be ob tained renters till recent communica tion made by Professor Palerno to till llcalo Acailemla del Lined especially Interesting Professor Pntcrno has suggested a process for the purification of drinking water which constitutes a forward In the study of this 1Important problem From numerous and extensive exper iments made by this author It appears that by adding to Impure water oven that containing pathogenic microbes nn extremely small Quantity or chi ride of sliver there Is accomplished the complete disinfection of the water For this purpose two milligrams or nt Roost two and suer half milligrams of the chloride are sufficient toabtolutely sterilize a liter of ttater and to elluil note every danger of Infection The process is so simple that one cannot expect any Improvement upon It In the future It may be used by anyone and III every condition of life tho sterilization being complete after a few minutes ten at the most anti no apparatus being necessary beyond a stand vial with a solution of chloride silverThe keeps Its flavor and all of its properties without modification only undergoing a slight whitening which disappears after a few hours of repose Water purified by means of boiling ozone and all other processes known up io the present when exposed to tho air soon becomes Impure whereas the process of Professor Paterno keeps tho water puro for many months to Homo Trlbuna 3Ilss Ethel Crukcr One of the prettiest young women in New York is Miss Ethel Croker tho sdcteen year old daughter of Itlclmrd Broker Miss drokcr Is often to be seen Madison avenue cars traveling to and from her mothers home at 5 rat Seventyfourth street Mrs Cro ker HvosTh strict retirement and U v known to only a few New Yorkers Occasionally she goes to Lakewood for jn few days and folks express surprise at tho exlfstenco of a Mrs Croker Miss Ethel goes to one of tho most fashion able girl schools in the city and Is mak log friends who will be valuable to her when sill comes out She is devoted to her brother Frank and like him she takes an interest in dogs and horses Miss Croker is tall and dark haired She has unusually high color and when swathed In a mass of gray fur sbclg as pretty as a picture This yioungfwoman has had every advan tag r7nioncy can obtain Until two i1fi rcaI81U0 she had governesses and JjI every art Since her fa t ther migrated to Wantage England i Miss Ethel has not seen him Now r Yorl Press lpcriLosing R Scalp Ilcccntly n girl In New York was scalped by having her hair caught In a r revolving shaft TIle ready verdict is 4that while sire may recover she must always bo sadly disfigured Perhaps e notSeveral years ago an accident similar but worse deprived u San Francisco girl of her scalp down to and Including the eyebrows Doctors employed skin grafting anti supplied her with a new scalp with n luxuriant growth of hair The handmade eyebrows were as deli 1 cutely penciled as tho originals The new ImlrSwas of a different color from t i tho natural which had been of a rare shRIll dllDcult to match The girl was beautiful before the accident and she was beautiful afterward although t much changed Vhlethe ordeal through which this patient lTd to puss was long and pain- fulo any yontg woman would rather I try it than to go through life either 1bald rbcwlggedow York World J Fnaliorin No More IJ nnqlO of Fashoda Is to vanish J froiittlionip This Is In consideration This is an ofllciajjilccreo and henceforward Fa- eliodaYls iiHlioUn no more The prey IIICQ rif that name becomes the upper Nile Hnre the tort and outskirts beconicjlCoilol and the village which load teen known as Fashoda is ivrehainedrabwar Theso changes are all future maps oil cinly reports and recognized books of referencp t t y 4 J r FnrmliiK In Korea Koreans cultivate their fields largely 1tclth spades One of these Implements tins n handle about eight feet long 4 bowl is tipped with iron r and Inns two straw ropes fastened to Ii ir Tho man manipulating the handle feSimsheg the spade into the grou ll Then Vthose holding the rofeathrow an lu significantly small anibunf of earth a iRK distance of about two feet In tire Ko dun fields ono may ofteittce ulna men thus employed on one spade The SlnylnK Sex Do women lip longer than men luring tho past year no fewer than MUsx hove died who were nfJMGharlansr In several cases they to eC nJt1erllbly oer n hundred of ngi and it is rcniarkublQ that jo T vAfiiTcso persons thirty sIX were worn n fejn Men mind womenjallke belonged to stations of life blitit Is noticeable that by far the greater proportion of11 vr time women were iiarrled London World t GermnnriI are government employee Each oust f bo of good character and live In a je ji spectable family The pay 11i3V n r 1 cents n day with on ndvanceQf A 1 r tents in two years nnd thoseyfour years In service secure 71 cents a day Applicants for these positions usually i id fI4 jralt two yenta for an opening Dont qverlook onrapecialofTur lColds arc Dangerous tf neW oftenlJOIl hear it remarked Qllt onlV red and n few dnyg later Jearn tlmt iJiewiftn U on his back wlti- lcitP911I10nJo Tins U of tuch common oaeiirrpncn tht n eotd hewerer slight ftkftiild lint Iw disregarded Clinmber t rhuh Uoufih Hell1 v- teliltssay counteracts any towgpd pnemnonla Itf ali f 1W pkrer AMI t t w take raNQgrhlb1 flrr 1 1U4 a tifs1 The SPORTING WORLD Skntcr Ilellervulllc SliniTluir George IlellOfenlllc of Winnipeg who was picked to win the mllo nUll tho live mile events at tho recent chum plonshlp meet nt Verona luke Sew Jersey did not skate the race he was I supposed to have in him timid tho hest ho did was to come In second in the five mllo racy mutt skate third In tho hull mllo went In the live mllo race Ucllefoulllo was tho only one Champion Morris Wood of Long Branch N J hud to fear The Canadian showetl that he was used to going the distance and it was n question whether Wood could hold to the last mile and then have n sprint left Ile proved that lie could The condition of the Ice prevented extreme spued Tim top ice was soft In spots and would not hold the strong stride of time skaters Most of time fastest amateurs In the United States wore entered along with a Canadian entry or two Itrnu After Ollrlcn Affnln Tommy ftyan the clever middle weight Is hot on the trail of Phil delphia Jack Oprten whom he met recently in n six round bout tlnn rords barn n tweer nun 1I16 JMw TOMMY UTAH meeting with Ollrlen says Ryan I want a chance toshow that I am time better man The Philadelphia fight wan in favor of Ityan throughout null ho Is sure that be can bund OUricn his quietus A 1lorlila Sporting Carnival Florida Is preparing for a solid sell son of carnival next winter automo bile racing and automobile boat racing TIe latest project assumed by Florida parties Is the ttolJOselllut lllolJlle boat raco to take place upon Luke Worth near Palm Beach Pin Immediately following the automobile meet nt Or mound A D Proctor Smith Howard Gould and Fred Sterry have each do tinted a 1000 trophy to be awarded for automobile boat racing Other tro plies are certain to be given and the meet on the placid Lake Worth waters will add materially to the interest In Florida next season Nor is this to be the only auto boat race for time Florida East Coast Automobile association proposes to promote in connection with the automobile meet a scrjcs of race on the Halifax rifer- Irnllatng Governor Crnuc- Hmvqrd WllleUs of White Plains N Y has bought from Daniel W Malo- ney time fast twoyearold colt Governor Crane by UltigenrSOtlVi dam Nowa day 2144 Governor Crane Is a solid tuTyof great substance although not large at the age Ills sire was next to Arlon 210 the fastest twoyearold ever to orglntudMeI started Nojvuday took n rccorSof 217 3 early lu life and loweredIt to 214V4 then was retired The mating of such a sire and dam was Indeed n happy one and fojv could possibly find a flaw In Onvertfor Gratiesjnneup gait or aught else llb istn trait r of- the good old fashioned sort and sticks to It whenever brushed seemingly knowing no other gait Jolly nachrlur a rust Green fn Jolly Hachelor regarded by horsemen as onto of the fastest green trotters In the country Is now In the stable of E E Smothers and will bp shipped to Ioulsvllle with Mr Smatters hafiiess horses at an early date George Spear who trains for the owner of Major Del mar will tit Jolly Itachelor for the races and probably piftnpalgn him lu the grand circuit Driven by his own er II C Mopes Jolly Hachelor trotted In about 212 to wagon lit Empire City park Yonklrll N Y last season Haulier SlcOoyern- Hnghey McUovern brother of the former fentber champion Is rapidly coming to the front Less than n year ago ho knew but little about tho manly I art Terry took him In hand and then sent him to Philadelphia where ho met one of tho Quaker fighters Ho won in a walk and since then he tins been meeting bantamweights through out Pennsjlvanla and other eastern ptuttts Terry believes that In a few years his brother will develop Into a great fighter Lnjole Denial Captain Napoleon Lajolo denies the rumor that lie will tako n team of Frenchmen to Prance next full to show tho natives how baseballs played The story was that Larry hind con structed a team with George Lachanco first base Larry se ynd base Parent shortstop Do AnnonJ of Cincinnati third base With the remainder of the nine to be selected from time minor leagues rA Powerful LAnlo Hunt There Is being constructed In Italy an automobile boat with three engines v of sixty horsepower each driving tin boat through ono shaft This launch Is expected lojjmjejajtiOILlmrsepQAyfiE It lit designed for use III tho great regatta at Monto Carlo after which It will bo shipped to America in all prclt ability for rise In the racing here JI A nice small Farm In Lee aunty for sale The Inrkin Stamper plnce on the hpad of Dear Creek Nice dwelling gosd storehouse cribs mind barn never roiling water well fenced Prjee reasonable and tennis easy For pitrllau arc apply lo SAM JKTT- Winchester KV AVANTED Naiiiriii those tint spare all or a portkii or their lime for light employment at home loud pay JVFrepoh Rutay1o1IIIIr t J 1 tJJfr tJ h r 1 f twrcf 111 fx t1 FRIENDLY ADVICE It Wni Strunl dwell but Wim Uvuen she tu the Mari Who Tuiik II County Comuilxsloner JohnMcGou gluey has not the reputation of being easy but It Is coming ills wily A few days ago he was talking to a group of friends in the courthouse when a well dressed man passed and nodded pleasantly to the commissioner lIe stopped a short distance away to read a notice while McGaughcy regard ed him with a wistful look Who Is that fellow asked one of the group ties n friend of mine said Me Gougliey He borrowed 5 of me about a year ago and I dont think ho will ever pay it back I could use that the too It I had It Why dont you ask him for It asked the first speaker You never wont to let your money get away without trying for it Thats right said another Be game John and go after It Snow McGaUghcy finally yielded to their suggestions and walked over to where the borrower was still engaged with tho notice After a short conversation his friends saw some sort of financial transaction take place and the stranger walked away while McGaughey re turned to the party Thats the way to do It said one Ho paid up like a little man didnt be No said McGuughey sadly he borrowed another flve IndIanapolU News rDeclined to Strike Out Danny Coogun time nets baseball coach engaged by the University of Pennsylvania was a well known base hall man when ho went to the univer sity in the early nineties He was fie receiving end of the famous Uuyne Coogan battery When llnynu tiled poor Danny was nearly heartbroken Danny was very popular when at the university and possessed n fund of Irish wit and hu mor that generally kept UC crowd alaughtng He Is a little fellow with a big voice He tells n good story on himself when he started out in life after col lege Ills father had been giving him advice about his career All I have to say is this You nre now going out Into the world my son null youll find it quite different from college life The road will be rough and stormy nut strike out my boy strikeout Not on your life t saldfDanny Im going to be n baseball play Phila delphia Press 1sefnl nee cx First Student The professor in his lecture said that reverses were neces sary to stimulate n young men Second Student Thats true If It werent for an occasional check I couldnt do anything at nltew Or leans TimesDemocrat Wide Experience Mrs Snobbs I want a girl accus toned to being employed In the best families agentive got just the girl you want She was employed In seven of the best families last month Brook lyn Life DUqanllfled You will never male a reliable reporter Wby not sir- You r never told the caliber of the re volver used In that murder story your wrote up yesterday Judge Involved DUInrbaiice Parker Weve moved again Ii Barker Youbave ParkerYes Our children wereJioj- noisy that wecpuldnt stand what tlwi neighbors said about them Detroit Free Press ir e A War Complaint DeStlchnt are the Japanese sol SfcOunbustabeing fed on embalmed chop alley and canned hlrdsnest coupsewV York Times Jft of tIns Pnluncc V How is your son getting along in his literary labors 7 JorklnsOh famously You should see how gracefully he carries hi a pen behind his car Hoston Transcript Not in Ills Line d iIi r or Do you keep IJllIItIeaUler goods Nom You will smut theme down on tile next Jlock Theres arflr6 solos tiersLe dcrlCeikly j lore Vainer C 1GIIssleSIIPI 1JIi1Hbehaaa- coat of arms w Charley What good isnhat Wby I haws a coat of clothrCleveland Plain Dealer W Pure bred Fekiii DticksiCinilsh In dlan Oninecliickeni nncTiileJglnn Hares for solo by M k 3h JDckon Kf If Its n billions nltiiokaka Ohain Ierl0lue Stomach stunt tier Tablets i quick Vecoreryis certain For tall by Day Bros Cut v WANTED To buy poplar logs for once work 10 liicheeand apt any length j will pay caJliS rGlbiQfllW Ys G fC S1f l1fY It PEOPLE OF THE DAy The SlilklnK of AexpyR Admiral ItxMr till lIre ll l com mander of Huiislun uric fittvv naval rind land In Silo fur east rOle from the ranks In the lhlsslull 12nvy4tlte lint nttrttcteiT ultcntiiii coun try n young lloutoimiiL wfUiout In tluciuo and wiihiiit fiimlly Ho I mil landed at Sun Fruwllttram n cruise Jn Ahmknii water ouh thin battleship llurlck when war was Imminent bo tweon Husslii anti treat Drltnln river the Balkans Ho at oneo cabled to the 1natM nCtJiu Lu AlOIIllAIi AiKXKlKf f to purchase In this vutintry n number of vessels to be used as commerce de stroyers to prey on English commerce and received u reply to the effect that there was out time for the dual Alex cleft telegraph buck a respectful messuKc to the effect that he perhaps knew tine situation better In America than it was known In lluxsla ulul ILl ceived time necessary permission In ten days he hind purchased eight ships nnd although the war cldud soon blow over the Incident was the waking of Alcxeleff ttxm his return to ltussli he was gives command of n shill and in three years ho was an admiral irnater and llnnnn Volncy W Foster nt whose request bills lave been introduced In congress to provide for arbitration of labor ills putes Is assistant treasurer of the Ito publican national committee No one connected with the committee has been a more ardent admirer uf tho late Sen ator Hanim who was chairman of the committee than Foster Foster was not the choice of Ilanna but tho sena tor learned to appreciate the assistant treasurer during the lust campaign There Is nn Interesting story about the manner In which Poster wins chosen It wan found necessary to have an assistant treasurer and Pres ident McKlnley suggested Foster to Ilunniu TIe chairman sent for Potter in Chicago mud said McKinley wants you for assistant treasurer I know half n dozen union In Chicago that I would rather have but ns you are McKlhleys choice I have appointed you 11ell you are delightfully cornp- lltnentatieportcJ Foster If If were you me I wouldnt touch the place but I want to do something for Mcllnlcy and I nui gong to serve him In tlie place ho wants we whether yea like It or riot Before the campaign tins over thcso two men who begmi their nogrclatlon rather lifausplclously became the best qf friends f j Slinfrollii Unique Actliiiu John F Sbafroth of Colorado enjoys the unique distinction of being ute only inan who voluntarily rcllnqnlghed a seat in the congress of the United States because of evidence of fnhid Ih the returns by which ho was elfcteil Mr Shafroth served the First Denver district of Colorado In tho Fiftyfourth Fiftyfifth Fiftysixth and FiftySev enth congresses Ills contestant for tine seat In the Flftyelhth congrcsi lens Robert W Boiiynge who filed n pro test agnlnst the returns as made bythe I H IIJOUK V SIUFIIOTII Colorado secretary of btate The test took tilt usual course lit Wash ington and when the investigation made by the housJ electlonscommlttod revealed fraud and the evidciicQ was on Feb 15 laid before Mr jBUufratu gMitlcinan arose In time houW awl licked that tht committee prcsVat UH rcsplutldn seatllig Mr Bonyngc which vus done The StvUr There lii a new iiresrii1 IttvItElr land every yearAissIl far tW new president Is tqp- rosldent T of true r year he III M Robert Copt M Comlcsse wears n to on one side to HUV lie U I He cakes everybody Iktr jmanners are inost IngratlaUattJl kl eloquence altogether lrresilbl13wS- ides ire lias n splendid 0WrtwIV- Which lie received In Nctjci ff net lilbcrg and Parlrt 7 He is flftyaevcn yearn old Il4AJ1I lej1 height of hla powersI Coal nnil Timber inmi Wantd Vanted ono hundred thousand acres of coal and timber land In Kniterij Kentucky for OASII for Eastern Oapl talltlt Write M 0 E duiTii Lexington Ky r l Aiiil the iormntlons fn which It fuuim Send 26 Ct for the 01 Prospectors Guide W HFACtKNBR Ir n W4InItdldt Ydi 4 0 J 0 tldii Wftfit Y fl J + tI 1 c TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL I LZSSON XI FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 13 Text uf tha Irut Mutt xlr 113 Miiior frosts IIttuldea rest Hrv II ll l miiiiMitnrjr Irriinreit by UPV ni M Slvurtic- Coirtlilil I 101 tr Aimilcin Prcw Auoclatlon J Again we pass over iuany events be tween the lessons After the stilling of the donut Ho cast the demons out of thin man Matt vlll 23 says two at Uadam ninth suffered them to enter the swine Then nt the earnest request of the Uaduivnes lIt departed out of their coasts thus granting their mule lieving Veiiueat vhllo lie denied tho request of the healed man who wanted to abide with Him lIe then healed the women who hall been twelve years sick and raised to llfo the rulers daughter who was just twelve years of age Luke vlll 42 436 lie onco uncle revisited Nazareth and tiiujht In the synagogue but they were offended ut Shim amid He left them marveling at their unbelief Mark vl 10 After tills He sent forth the twelve nnd at the time of our lessor way perhaps at Caporniium or on Ills second circuit teaching intuit preaching in tho cities of Gnllliv Our lesson opens with the fame of Jesuit nnd tilt perplexity of tiered compare Verso 1 and Iuke Ix 7 though Herod wns In time eyes of men- the one to be envied ninth Jesus was the despised mutt reJccttHl ore We need to be oft reminded that things and pvo pie highly esteemed among mim iiiui bo nbnnilnatlon In the sight of Gal ninth there Is n woe unto you when all men shall speak well of you Iuke xvl IS vl 21 Another helpful and- ncrnesary Worth Is Fret not thyself because of evil doers because of him who prdaperetl h wino bring fill wicked deVlcosHlsL IIOU lsxxxvll J 71 There are ropy evil things nnd ovll people that 1101 lhly we lire not cnlUM upon to meddle with but the fact that John hUll Herod for a hearer left him no alternative but to be blind to Her ads sill for peaces nuke or faith fully agaln t them for Christ sake The former as n servant of God he could not do but time latter he did nod was Imprisoned for It John did not seek honor trove mm He wins great In the sight of the Lord and lived to pipage Him hence he did right In the sight of the Lord at any cost Ve will newer help to make known the tame of Jesus If we compromise with the world or III any way wink at sin We must be over and always whole hearted for Him wholly ills Ills own purchased people to show forth Ills praises I Pet II Oi Our lives by purity and meekness and Holiness and tho Joy of silli forgiven unmet proclaim llchold the iJimb of God The Spirit lllllni iw we will be u rebuke to those who I conform to the world nnd live unto tllCIUHClVf Turning to the birthday party of Tiered what u sample we hive of the world lying lu the wicked one n very llclehaztnrs feast the devils owu and he knew what he was up to for he was running this timing to accomplish his purpose How well he enabled that imor sinful girl to dance that day How he enablid tier to captivate the sinful heart of tiered and to lend him In lips excitement to make a rush prom hue which led to time dentin of John What n devil possessed woman Hero iliac want that she could think of noth lag to ak of the king no desirable as the dath of the man she so hinted be cause ho land rebuked her sinful life Yet other mothers have counseled tlelr children to do wickedly II Chron xxll 3 Gun xxvll 12 13i nand theI- IIUIH devil still lives and work Hoywrethpil a specimen of silt In dnl ijit lunnanlty was this man who had placed himself uudcrdho control of this sinful woman for lusts sake wile feared her and feared people nUll lilul some fear of the hereafter hut had 110 true fear of Oath We have come to a lime when In church and state In public amt private life the devil controlled Herods und Herodl uses tire without number but the worst phase of line work of the adversary to day Is tilt control of the tenders In spiritual things who do not hesitate to teach that however ungodly people tinny be there will be salvation for them after they leave this world there I Is no everlasting punishment and even the devil himself Is to be saved They Lord keep us faithful to Himself auto lilt truth eves though It should mean prison or Palmos suffering o death fur Ills sake and may the heari of Ills true people bo stirred to give he gospel more quickly to bole wlfo awe not hoard It yet that Ills chuirh may he oompleteil and tints ungoJiy age may cad How awful the last sceiiQ In todals I IMsonl John has been mouths In liu onely prison seemingly neglected etui I iy our Lord for wo have no ret itl hat Jesus ewer went to see him r though the prophets had testified UHnliili would glee liberty to copt and open time prison to then IIla- thounlllIn Ixl D But now Is li he trnmp of feet Sonic one is coi 0 co him Is It hU Lard and In- JU cell door swings open H Via Iited not for earth hut 3fi inompnt It Is over for Vslt her gift and hlnIInpints or thU11eml1 i WNP the faithful iiios I i nml Ills ti nlullIfiJs perfecting all tlAt con Hasay Be sin and 10iau e In the 118011 of piiVkVorJobn or of Iii je peat Rem vIII 2832 II IrlMa1M 1 f 1 Den II it rfprl3rick nml Work Liino and silo Oive k needing asf JACKSO f Y- I C Hon JV tJA ne Jeaelr- 4yp J r 2Qjeari t+ sar- k t l t TK K AT Till WORLDS FAIR r On ol tin rut s t lit LoiiUUiiit 1urclinM agwahtoa at SI I IIIwill U rhirat I form of a star iriifUiiir rile Star I AdTin build rill ilyvalioii Tin writer of lit dt0aIi If i iit iimi- rtouispace urudualed I central jiuiut imllutu lilt lira otiiti of th star FR 111R01111 x A FLYOK w J t1 HE NOW AT HOMK IN ClLH f Cfiwford Building I IJIIIur triule so fur Inns cxcewlwl our Indent hope Wenro ire 11 grateful for T u jefibroiis patroimgo vo litive rwiivwl in- CL J pat und will try to merit oven more in lie future Our stock U t ThE V CLEAN AND FRESH And we propose to iniiinlnin or ropntntion for lluudling the best goods und Fair and Honorable Dealing And the Inmost courteous tronlinotit CALLand SEE UE3c Respectfully AJ Ps CRAWFORD t 00 47lJr1L1Lar7aL7r ICLtJ CJ4 CICJI CJ J IC14 ICLCf 4ar KfiiVl lutYPualdent J SAM Id IIKH ln Hii liirr- hu l KlWFOItD Vice Preldini UOIIT VVNAUaUAl Asst CUtloa s37tia7i + tnrCm L JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I- ui j I IJackson Kentucky l- j Paid up Capital 1500000 j Surplus e t l0500o tj- 1Ve n Jy solicit tho Daukiu ofit rn Lumber Manufacturers l P Timber Dealers r iit Business Men r W W P 6 1Melcllnnts v In v f Is I I farmersIU m e R- TliG ou bout lC 3tern Kentucl and oSTar our stout r 1 the most r t- m LIBERAL TERIfe I- Cj AVithtn the Hiniiia of Ivgitiiiuitu ImaiiiKss nI COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY t rffi5i15t5i5ii Si5nGaCit ari i Tlti iMtr Korcaml- ii hardly an exaggeration to say t time Koreans are the laziest people earth All day long they lie about streets smoking their gigantic os A native pipe Is a six fdot length bamboo with u metal bowl und In frlfrd tucked Into tho neckband and iwn the trousers leg All work of very arly every kind Is done by the worn i who occupy perhaps tine most di raided held by the sex of army atlon The unfortunate female jtopu Ilion Is collectively a beast of bunl u ml denied even tine mont elementary recognition us human beings A Ko lean girl lias no name She Is merely known as daughter of So and so her father Bleep Fee the Young Mud AurA A fouryearold requires 12 hours one of 7 yenta hours of 12 years 10 hours and of 10 or 18 0 hours Aft er that 7 or 8 hours is sufficient until after CO then tho hours should bo in creased gradually with each decade aa the man or woman of 80 teijulrea as much sfeep as a child of 10And It hoTfld be remembered Unit the most Lealthglvlng beauty waking time ta early It All Dependea Dont vo go oily lilgherru k libe facetious guest In the botelwJiwth elevator stopped at the twentyfourth doorNot unless the elevator dropsiHrl inswered the truthful elevator boy Judie + j r r Iluttar tear liMiilun In Scllly nnd tlnun i iy till Inilujstry of growing early powers for thu 1 if don market tins rrnchcd largo propor lions Prom that foriuor Island an ninny ns fifty tons of surly sprfng liliMnnma aro shlpiied to till nciliiland In n Hlnplo dnr11ut llower autHon beglna In Jan uary when Ilue rally vU rte II eel lire com hug Into bluoni Often when the vend er is cold aural cloudy time Ijudu nre tardy In oiicning nod It Is scary to re sort to iirtlllclul aid In order thiit time waiting morkelH many III supplied Iii lower heads iiry Jilckiil us twin iin nij hind penetrates tho calyx ami placed In jars of water which lure upon till Hhfilvrs of agrceuitnuye kept litII tpiiipvruturi of 00 to 70 degrees Inn few Lot w lurinrlvfiTfl buds respond to tho gnnliil warhith Hjinad their pet silt assume their lgwliigcolors mid lire ready tor butjichMg and piicklnir An Anrclolf of 11hlltlernA friend in vonferaatloti With Mr thlttlerthi poet riinarked that ho va atielmt to contract tu fnrnlijh n lot of oak tlniber for thu govcrnnicnt gun bants anil asked him If he thought It was In couslstcnco with tho peace doc trln 5 of the Quaker ikiioiulnntlon Without saying anything Calculated to decide the nuentlou the two arrived at their iwrtlng place when Mr Wnlttler shaking hla friends laudsaid loseIf thee ides furnish any of that oak mbar thee spoke of pdsure that It is- all sound r ii C + i 1