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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, March 25, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904032501 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 25, 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. BREATIIITT1 GOUNTY NEWSI I VisK JlAdiNS Editor anti IiilJiisliir 7 A Iixthsrnreu ian71to 7l r ut xTkugea os 1tBIh11N ItxNTUCIY tfi Gas DOLLAR PER YKAK IN AUVANOK a =t J = = = = = r f i I Volume HI Jackson Kontuckyfgiilay March 25 1904 Number 24f 1 J 1 WAR RUMORS Should Only Be Accepted With Great Reserve RlilOKTBD ATTACK ON PORT ARTII1 Jiipiiiirid Nr + rapnpcr ISrports n Cor liliinl Ijiiiut anil Sri AltuiU im I url Arthur null Its Orctiimtloii by 1 ht liiiinirBA Coll MOII Vllli the Itu slat of Krifliicnt Occurrriirr tendon starch 22 A number 1 nimnra arc printed in the nownpapei I hero ttils morning but they must nccupUd with groat rOll rvo T Telegraphs Tokyo correspondent ca bleu n newspaper report of tho Japo nnoso occupation of Iot Arthur aft er n combluIcd land and tun attack Sat unlay niut Sunday It Is amiertod t a illvlnlon of Japanese landed on tlie Mao Tung peninsula itaturlay a tad onpnRoil till Russians pair Port A tliur whllo ttio fleet bombarded froi Saturday evening until Sunday morn lug Tho ennio correspondent report n sharp encounter nt CliloiiR on the Ynlu river about 30 nilk northwest of ftljn In which tho HUll seats lout COO In lilllwl and wnund Thu ChronloluM SlmnKhnl chat henna from Nowcliwnng that 1 ho Jiipanosa TOftAwl Tailing pans 40 miles from Hal Chang amt that col lUlons occurred with tho Knaslans- Ruselen PTan of Campaign 0t Pelrraburg March 2ttuneZl- dlluaklt official confirmation of t report Uiat tho Hunslan oulpo aliiuidunoil Anju tiMm tho approach tho JupnnuBc In force causes no BUr prUo hone as such action Is In per feel tfcorA with thq Himiilan plan catnpatKii Tho Russian eklrndshl- and ndvnnced IHMH were thrown f ward tololy for the pnrpoio of wonry lug Urn Japanese outposts alit hack as tho main Iwxly of tho cnem rnrfviM forward until tho strong poi tlnnn at tho Yalu river are reached Tho 50 mites of country between AnN and trIO Yahi oru vtiry dltncnll for the movement of a large force There may do notno lively fiklrmlahlng aa the Jitpanfwo advance pro ro scs but the Itnmlana aro reaolvoil to avoid a j rtoclilvo engaeomonl until certain j victory I Heard FlrTno at Sea Yin Row M firah 22 Firing wa s hoard off thu count apparently abpu klx mils to Iho jautliwnrd 14 shot liavlnt IHWII hoard between 7 anil 710 a in The inciriiliitf was buy niul It was ImpoMlUle to ilUtlngulsl nlijcls nt imi A Credible report hai rant ulI1 hurt flint two cruisers nm five gimlioaU wnnnoff Klnohow Inlet rtuihlng Troop Train Irkntak Siberia March 2Elgtctm trams btwrliiK hoods of tho It- j Cross society hnvn boon hold up I allow mllltnry train In go It Is iMllmatod that 1000 men a- j i reaching Manchuria flatly Age Penalon Ruling Washington March ITIVlth t npprovol of Secretary Illtchco Commissioner of Ionslons Vnro mitigated the most Important penel- y on ruling thin has lirtii Issued In a Ion tlmo It direct that beginning 13 nut If there la no contrary o dunce and ell other legal moot liavo bout met claimants pension under tho general acte t June 27 1890 who are ovur G2 f old tdmll be insldcrcd us disable ono half In ability to perform mane labor and shall bo entitled to fG iiioitth ovnr 05 yearn to 8 A C8ryean to 10 and over 70 to Vvrfhe usual allowances nt higher ratei continuing for disabilities other that ago Not Confirmed London March 21 Nothing reached hero to condrm tho that a hattia line taken place on Ynlu jn which tho UimnlanH capturm 1SOO prisoners A dispatch from Bt r IctorsburB to n news agency sa thero tai been no chutiKo In tho situ atlbn nud that nil Is quiet on both laud and BCII betweun tho Ilusslai i lino from Ping Yang to tho Yalu river mid tho Jnpancno lino to QOIISBII There have bean slight BlririilBlies boo tween Jicouts but no bottle has taker place afl tho dlntanco between tin opposing nrmleu U great The bull of the Rii8Hlan forces tho dlepate- gdde has not yet passed tho Yal- river r Indorses Hearst IloBton March 21ut a statement ex OoiigresHman Oeorg Fred Williams nnnounces his Indorsi luent of W It Hearsts candidacy for tho DetiiOeratlo prciiidentlal noinlna lion Mr Williams nude that he In tends to wago a contest In this state in behalf of the candidate of choice WIIIt it Stand Trip ColiimUi tM8rch 21Tic Intl mntloii has Koiio forth that Horrlclc will not stnnil for the pro posed trip to the St Ixiiils oxpoHltlor liy thu Ohio general assembly at 8tllto expense which W eaiis that an effori will be iimilo to adjourn the leglsla tune i tore May It Temperana Leaders ated rpnjorllYcoinmlttoo was aareed to the housigndlhe II ran nock jeoal option bill carrying illstrlct local jjptlbnvil t ontoItt NO Attorney Defend A llnlon Mo March lT t1ueiioa- ttorney would yolunlepr to d fend William Uudolph the Union bank Tobber charged with killing Detective e Charles Scliuniakcr lie was rnot IrtuihUJute eourt to ple- adsvx4 cr JI O W i os I J rI ttorY 3 r r ly IEAtIWJ COJUllOJIISK Iropotltlon Subm Jted by Uperulon Indianapolis MarcbI9Seeretary Treasurer W D Wilson of tho Unit Mine announced that t ItlleT had finished tho count of t referendum vote of the miners on operators compromise propositl- which provides for a reduction of G per cent from the present wage aca which rtrt tee aajorlty of 31H li tiivor 1 cceptlng the two yoa rs t n ract I tho redaction Tl10 total vote t by the miners loc al unions II dlana Ohio eta rn IContlckyno rwhlchlj voted In favor of lc 17373hoAnti king Crutade Grenada Illssj March 21An anti lnchlng t nsa o has been Inaug- Int urated by tit S I U Uarksdalo cam United Call der uto Veterans of th la city The illlolng slgnlflcant tea rIUtlOll1 we rTmmously adopted B t a largely meeting of tl camp Fir t IItlttill aro unalterabi opposed to of a humn in ngbeing save g It tor tho one u it mentlonttblt tt second that Confederate II 1aa and law aWdl 115 eda of u ttppl and of ll10 vobontnontly andrt1 opposed to practice of InlHK B human bet ng for any trim whalwiaver third that Unmooring tones to- ContetlhiAte all Tot r YhOIf and daugh grt and glorlol alorganltatlolltblt Daubers of the Confederacy one and all to arise ofIlnolr might and by precept and cum voice and pen moral force anll Influence help put a stop to this dla bollcal barbailc unlawful Inhum- of in and ungodly crime of burning human porcrnor Vnrdamnn la liU recent ngeudul efforts to save a crIminal rfrom a mob bent on burning Crew Drowned Portsmouth March 19The HrlI lab submarine lost No Al Will r down and sunk by a Donald Currl liner and 11 persons were drownei Including Ileutmmlt Mansergh th senior officer engaged In aubmarl- Ot ne work The liner passed on and ported that oho ftad truck a forged At the time she as struck the vess was off the high hIV engaged In t maneuvers and was lying In cove n fathoms of water wetting the preach of a hell elhhl St Layr 011 tit l arc MlVhlle drllll ng r r water In theLpart of thu fclty tart week ol wee strn ck and tho low her I been r o great tit the city authorllle ordered the gnu it IhIng stopped to ayold any accident flow has beep escaUng Into th munlcalen1l outlraI sewer n a I tho oil should bcoome Ignited hoTrampi wreck KIIIXIn 19 Five in 10known tramps stealing n were wreck rallroaKa vinorth of hero Tub eagle anti fl vo cars the train ar piled in a dltcl toralld the oodles of tie vlctrna of have not beN recovered ThE 1111atc1deut war Colleen by a b oken rail- t crow escaped i i lngIIw trI fccordolUatlons of Dr Lorenz n bloc lags Bur IlerformodYoung profos orIR the Unty rally of IllSPenns lanla is the pllclug graft rtlug nerves Ina Iralytlc child heICIl which cured u ee fauUI palsy J Avalanche OlIen Coal V t- YSeattle Wash Ma h 19 avg latch In the CascadJ mount a I n tho recent storm q jed one f tit o largest rlfhbonus curever found In Wnahlnbton The hi abide covered a moon In road r quarter of a mile torn great pp h end tllllber croleerr l mate t It carried down 2000000 alb from tho mountain 4l SecureuStates supremo cotirf that persons travellug had lellmay not secure flatus u accident when they I es and the decision went ten of applyIng the prillclll 110 auc censers al are not urn lilaI with 11 contract usually printed on the Ick of lasses I IllsHall wreaks ioor New Orleans March i iThe 1 Itv lest hailstorm on recoti followei 1 terrific rain occurrej kernUi- r the weight and valu ftf ball water the root of tit tbern press company lit r u Wit caved In nearly ri jlnii the bi Ing Other damara flyanHb y n flooding of stores LMluea 11 MI q gt Louie Ma 1J I A61In Ii krvlng Itself to eah 1111 arllOt teal exhibit here bcau t Its mull was taken away liwTjMoJiday Sine then the lion has 1 food an all day and nlgh bas liept walkln- r g around the cage In fijcokielesfl vIgil occasionally giving yew t to a lot growl I Illinois Opcke New Vc k March 19The battle ship Illinois was docked at the Urool lyn navy yard for repels made n4q ocean by hour collision with the4j court ID southern waters on March 4 yM 4 rtt t L 7 1 1 BUNCHED PARAGRAPH 8 RELATINO TO AFFAIRO IN THIS STATESheheNew County or llrcUlinin Tube I ii 1nrt of Ohio Woolen 3lllli Uurnei GGftlnt aunt linprliuiieit Ior Nrglci Ieof IntyChllil Iliiruril to lleulli- II Vnncelmrj Ky March 21lt has just been discovered that throw gh soino ones error the lines of the reo cently created county of lIeck am cross the Ohio river and part of the lluckeyo state Is thus included In the county Not only Is this the caso Lewis county Kentucky h without a legal scat of government as Vance burg the county seat has been Ir eluded In tho now county An alma hopeless tangle seems to kayo result cd which only the court of appeal- jf can unravel Robbers Made Rich Haul Memphis Tenn March 19DralI checks and currency to tho amount of Mumphlely III to ptured and tho robbery Is being In vcRtlgated by tho postal authorities Tho officials nro reticent about dls cussing the matter but It Is known that a mall ouch containing tin 10above above amount which left Mem hoIlhla March 9 for St Louis novel reached Its destination Run Down by a Train Clarksburg W Va March 22A whole family was caught or a alnall railroad bridge of tho Baltimore a- In Ohio railroad west of this city by pasenger train and ground to death Tho dead arm Tony Manardl Tony Manardl and their child Franl Jarnettl is dying and Frank Rosse badly Injured Two others who wen In the party wore also Injured JepDndentIe 22MrM- atthew T Scott widow of Dr M T Scott of this city and daughter of Squire llasHutt president of tho otto National bank committed suicide- in at her residence by shooting ai Scott has been subject to spells depression since the death of her band about 10 years ago Wants Damages For Lynching reoCnlhlsua ICy March 1C Corliln thin negro woman who w Springfielheemployed on attorney of this city I lponil attempt to remover 5000 for t lynching of Dlxon She has two eh drew of whom sic claims Dixon tho fsther Preferred Death to Poorhouie Kllsabothtuwn Ky March IGAnnl- ot Miller colored burned to death I her house here She lived alone an was soon to have bceu removed to tho county poorhouse It Is ballgt eI- ler 1 that sho set tiro to the house and de gestroyed herself to avoid the poor house Blew Out Gas Both Dead St I juls March 18 Edward Ra cr mutt his son 1oteV from Jackson Tenn were asphyxiated In a room a hotel whllo asleep When dlscov 011ered the son was dead and the II Is believed will die It Is though esthey blew out tho gas by mistake For Neglect of Duty heOwlnglllIIe Ky March 21In Perry county circuit court In Constable Jesso U Combs was 1000 and sentenced to serve six months In tho county jail on a chart of neglect of duty Charged With Murder crOwlagnl1lu Ky March 21Tam Terry has Just been captured and lodged In jail at Hazard charged with cite killing of William Cody which currcd a few days ago on creek Killed In a Quarrel Madison Ind March 2lin a qua rat over exchangliiR tobacco at Lee Landing Ky Henry Stucker Jrwa shot and killed by Richard Croftm an engineer Crofton fled to Iniiian Explosion Kllls Five rMlddlesbon Ky Mnrch lS On IWmnn was killed and four mortally Ina jurcd In a premature explosion at the muting camp of It N 1 flee near Dead John Jones + rerWoolen Mills Burned k Henderson March 21 = tldyIa 170000 Insurance Kentucky Dank r t Bowling Green lCyt larch 2- as 3 Colonel Thomas J Smltli ban it njerchant financier and of ktThr1 heal dead Kentuaky My Louisville jKyvAlMifVIf to oe delegatJMy t1W utkitti 1iR Iwill be lu tyjln Ioola a- Reelver tbfor w ibde IIewas Tennessee Central fiaUroad Child Burned to Death threge yearold S place cur burned to death War Vessel Damaged Washington March 19 mall re port received at the navy department from Hear Admiral West command log the coasts squadron tells of tho grounding of tho Columbia near Santo Doming several weeks ago No de t 14er il9 accident have been ruado pwbhhII is understood the Co f iE lhIi ordered north to bq 4Ci4 ire4 x i II cv j J JI ff1t c tf fItI f PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFTION ADOUT PERSONSTANZr THINGS Current KvtnU ofHiu Week Syslm iitlriilly Ciillcctcd From Day In ln In the llrlefeslf Form uuil Iteservc For lull Coluiir TUIC9iAY Earthquake shocks wero felt throughout New England Former Mayor Wlillam R Qrac died of pneumonlakat his homo In New York AIUtlight plant work mon at Columbus p have gone on strike for an Increase of wages French residents rCanada subjec to military duty hays received oriel to return to Franco for garrison dutj Datto llasam who wounded Majo H L Scott In JoloP L In Noven bar last bas been killed by pursuln troops Judge David S flooding 80 United States marshal for District of Colon bla under Andrew Johnson died nt dreenfleld IlIdfJolin a negro charge with betas one of a party who 11 11 ell a Bohemian railway worker was found hanging to a telegraph pole at Montgomery Station Tex Near Calamba Luzon ladronrs attacked a surveying party woundln A S Perkins In of tho part killing one member of the coristabt lary and wounding another nd31USU1aSully the cotton king says his BUS pension Is only temporary rllTwo negroes were lynched by II mob of masked men at Clovelam IsMIllS The First National bank eG Flril Neb was wrecked by robbers In an attempt to loot tho safe raGerman powder factories are rushe orders from China Turkey Spain and other countries IYThe plant of the llaywny Oil Re company at Elizabeth N J rcwas destroyed by Ore causing a lOlls oror 100000 JBAdmlrat Walker says work oaPai ama canal will begin in a few week after the arrival of tho commIssIon on the Isthmus naTbe executive board of Amalgfl nllliadeentnrwII9 Isbangell a Henry Williams convicted of at sault and inurJer was hanged at Roanoke Va I whoso wealth Is dollard Wls Governor Wareflld has approve the two socalled Jim Crow bill relating to railroad and steamboa travel In Maryland Tho lion cub and elephant tusk- u presented to Vrosldent Roosevelt i y King of Abyssinia have oat rived In NoaYork Thirteen accomplices In the muide Jerof the Queen ofKorea In 1895 wen executed by strangling In the city prison at Seoul Twentytwo high waymen wero executed at samo tlnio theftnlUAY The Duke of Cambridge 85 cousin leJof tho late Queen Victoria filed h London President Roosevelt wMrnbtaltoni the formal opening of the Loutlann Purchase exposition lesHov It A Sldleyono of the owest and best known Catholic priests I Ohio died at Sandusky 0 aped 00At Omaha Major WIlliam H Ilean UllltedBtateslrmy committed sul had been o derttt to Jho tlhhllllufl Aa a result btthe Inquiry into the efiarges against Scnatornietrlch of Nebraska iVllllameon S Summers lUiijted States district attorney foi J Nebraska will bo removed mom 04 once cNeldennenrb Y er andiiVan TDIno were paced in soil tart conflneniont In tho county Jail ni Chicago No one except their spirit unl advisers will bo allowed to sc tho prisoners TIIUItSDAY- k Uusslan students ifwomcn have been ordered Duke of Cambridge cousin ol lIthe late Queen Victoria Is dying Ir London lI rryheUn Democratic politician was fBund dead In his room at tin Farmers hotel at Columbus O Captain Ivkov of tho Russian Mar Wurlau commissariat service tin been shot foe revealing Iluslsan to the Japanese Postmaster General Iayno Is mud i weaker than has been generally he JI II and It Is likely that he will b unable to resume Ida duties for se eral weeks WKDNKSnAY The Columbus Otralles and bor council has declined to the Ministers union to send delegate to the body At Chicago Jus lay Marx the car barn murderer confessed to tit P more crimes making the total of nlrii murders which he admits having con milted William E Miller who claimed ti bo a survivor of the light brlgl which made the famous charge nt B baklava 1851 is dead at his rest deuce lajfdroton COlin Two persons were killed and sa eral were Injured In an explosion wrecked the plant ot the Chtcagc III Toy Novelty ijorapany The ex plosion wait caused by the Ignition of itUi9 roii attarptetal eapti Y 7 j r I P f t I rI FURNITUREN- EW AND SECOND HAND AT 10 G S SETTLES Jacksonl KentuckyiWe can furnish you goods at the following extremely low prices Uctlstwids from 8100 to S500 JJcdsprings front 5100 to 8200 Bureaus from 300 to 1000 AViislistngda from 00 cents to 500 Cook Stores from 8150 to S12i 0 4 Wa earl Couches Kitchen Safes Stand Tables aucfe various other things at lowest prices Come and see us you will be surprised Yours 4ruly Q s SETTLE V JacksoncKentuckYia T WORLDS ItKCUKD report on Tiiriet Iructlrr of the Iluttleslilp Krarmrsi Washington March 2ln a veto letter received at tho nay partmcnt from an olllcer on board Kearsarge tilt following remarlrn- s record made by that battleship In liar target practice just completed at Pensacola IK given One 13inch Ilmodo six hits out of seven shots In 5 ninnies and 20 seconds An 81 gun made 10 hits out of 10 shotH I ii h minutes and 20 seconds and a iilnch- s gun made 18 hits out of 18 shots I ii 2 minutes At thor vy depart- mr this record was declared to bo th host ever mado by an AmerIcan wi ehlp and as far as the officials Jpo 1t has jiot been equalled In nny r elgn navy- Nomination r1 of Woody Confirmed Washington March 19UYlbo tlon of the senate In cxccutlVo aena General Leonard Wood became major general taking tho rank froi Aug 8 1903 the day President Boo volt made the promotion Tho coi eat against hla ponflrmatlon has been a notable ones beginning Nov 11 1903 Loon otter congress cunveii d iiu hllGwhol1li + a votepor45 to 1C the noml nation was confirmed The late Si rstor Manna was recognized as tlo leader of tho forces opposed to Gen eral Wood and hail It not been foi hip death before tho disposition of tin case It Is conceded that the t ate would have been much closer It has not been believed at any tlmo since tho contest opened however that tin flghijagalnst confirmation would havo been successful Holds Saloon Keepers Liable Siiringneld 111 starch 17The ape pollute court In a decision Imndec downliolds that saloon keepers lro llatrollsIgInonce of liquor sold them by tho do fendahta The case was that of Itl1to Algopd who tsna awarded 3030 dam nges Bgalnst William notwlnla a sn loonlceeper of this city for tho den th of her liusballl George Algood tv hod lUeon drinking In tho saloon ol hntwltllaand who while on his way lnjan Intoxicated condition troin l iajbuggy and received lujurl- a ca whicllr tatatlyIPanama Invasion Given Up ColonLiiMa 18 The State3jC iIscr OlympIa left horo for IJ I she will real T IIvl0 United Slates next week Aceordln to newBYfccelved from tho coast It IH giventopinion jn ninny parts of tho rep ult He especially In tho department Of Cauca tai ors the recognition of I ama TlieFcolouiblan fiunLoats Car tugcna and Geueral Ilnzou are now In tho linrbor of Cartagena Pre sl dent Marcoguln is on board ono of the vessels I Philippinesg+ March 22 Tart has received a matt report fron ihavatcellt 0lbw rePOrt altappears that elections were hold 1ii132 provinces with tho result that 1g the former governors lter4 cSEt311a1nlt tll1e enl ltccq 1 Y fIi id hh Iron Beds from 250 to S 000 Dining fables from 850 to 500 llocker from 50 cents to 350 Chairs front 25cents to 8100 Parlor Suits from 1000 to 8500 ON MAIN STREET t tliI Wright said that tho elections h passed oil quietly and that great In crest was manifested In the 110Indicted by Federal Jury larch lBThe fed blooral grand jury returned six indict ments against Kansas City and Ken lucky wholesale liquor dealers wit 1111nro charged with violation of the p law The method complalne- nett of is tho shipping of liquors to flctl tlous persons and then allowing ex tress agents to disuse of the pact I ages to whoever wants them The- ellt names of the dealers against whom true bills wero found were not made rpublic Sully Sees Finish NoW York March 19The suspen slot of Daniel J Sully Co tha senior member of which is Daniel J cSullY the operator whose dealings f mafanII- n speculative world for several years SPwas announced on the Cotton Ex Tin Mlnlnj In DUck Hills Dcndwood S D March 19 imlnlng of tin In the Black Hills be chine n fast this week with the start Ing of tho 100ton mill of the TInton company The company is an Eaglls- n and eastern concern that has bee ojwnjng a tin mine in the northwest crn hits It Is treating 100 tons dally Y Three Durned to Death Parts Tax March 19Tho Eaglo hotel at Hugo I T was burned Jolin Scott an employe of the hotel Ml nerve Scott Ma wife and his sIster nlaw were burned to death Hous ton Scott the 12yearold son of tho couplo who polished was fatally burned Claims a Seedless Apple Grand Junction Colo March 19 After experimenting many years a local grower claims to have developed a method of growing seedless apples which Is destined to revolutionize tho apple Industry just as seedless oranges revolutionized orangegrow Ins Candidatef liar ry M Daugherty Is in receipt of a let 0tcr front United States Senator Pair banks of Indiana in which the writer declares positively that he is not a candidate for the vicepresidential- cd nomination hoMotorman Arrested Keokuk la 22A trolley car ran through a minstrel parade probably fatally injuring James Ba randl hurting five other persons and destroying nearly all the musical iu strumcnts nnd costumes ofthe band William Cahill motorman hoe been nnfIrre9tedol1 a charge of assault Advance In Rubber Footwear New York starch 21A circular has been sent out to tho trade by tho United States Rubber company an nouncing an advance of 7 per cent on oil classes of rubber footwear to take yyeffect immediately Bull Killed Him reoEt Paso Tex March 21Cuco-m whose real name Is Antonio Fernan dez a matador was killed lathe bull ringa JUarez a bull to which ho lied ju udmlrilitereilthudeath- I thrust 2 iwi J j- i 1 i I L 11n J- il i tJ4 S- mg 1 caFalling Rock Kills Two March 17 Michael d Adam and Oeorgo Malrele wero killed eto the Calumet and Hccla mine by falling rock One man was Injured JMARKRT HEPOUT3 Qraln and StocK Irlce Nor March 21 nCleveland Cattle Choice fat dry 1180 Ibs and up i4 6094 85 SSd00 1i fit 35 good to choice 800 to 1000 lbs fII 8504 35 choice heifers 14 104 25 choice tat butcher bulls 1 3 353 60 choice tat cows U 25Q3 50 choice to fancy milk cows and springers 140 009 45 00 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice lambs 13 505 85 fair to good j3 009 S SO culls to common jl 0005 00 good to choice wnther Sheep II 7585 00 good to choice mixed sheep 14 2584 6a fair to good 13 60O4 25 culls to common SL 50gJ 50 fair to good yearlings J5 00 OS SO good to choice ewes 14 254 60 Calvts GooJ It 00g8 25 fair to good w nttS 5008 00 common fed 33001b 00 andrstags and roughs j3 BOBS 00 East Buffalo Cattle Good to Choice shipping and export steers It 809 JS 25 fair to good shipping steers at 40 4 65 choice butchers U 404 65 fair to 1good butchers II S5e4 35 hclfcra 13 10 0Ol4 35 fat cows 12 354 10 bullsri 35 25 fresh Iowa and springers fair 0igood 128 DOOM 00 good to choice 140 5 tJSJ 00 Sheep and Lambs Qood to choice lambs IS 0006 15 culls and Com moo 14 SOS5 SO good to choice mixed commonnJtooholcegood yearlings 15 25Q5 65 Calvos IJest 10 006 76 lloga Ilcat lea 15 TOeS 75 mediums la 60QS 70 Yorker IS 559 5 CO plea a JOCS 40 roughs 15 09W S 20 stags 14 OOO4 SO 6 Chicago Cattle Good to prima steers 15 2335 60 j poor to medium S50 OS 00 slacken and feeders 12 5034 16i g cow II 60Q4 00 helter 12 2504 501 I canners 11 6082 SO bulls 12 OOQ4 00 Texas fed steers It OOQ4 7S Sheep andrLambs Qood to choice wethers 14 259 iK 25 fair to choice mixed 13 S04 SOj western sheep 14 OOQS 40 native lamb fCalveISbutchers 15 1595 3J COd to choice fheavy 15 25JT5 40 rough heavy 15 159 w nredOatNo 2 40c 1 Plttsburg Cattle dfelce 13 109 C 20 prime 14 8065 00 good 14 SOS 4 75 f tidy butchers II 2694 50 fair 14 009 R 4 20 heifers 13 OOffi 10 COWL bull and stags IS OOQ4 00 fresh cows 15 009 SO 00 Sheep and Lamba Prime weshenaja 2035 40 good mixed 14 SOS 15 air fulitd II tOff 75 choice lambs 14 IOU 6 25 fair to good IS 7686 00 common U oo Q4 CO Hogs Prime heaT end medium 15 5S 70 LIght Yorkers 15 40O t + 5 SO heavy Yorkers 15 005 65 pigs p IS 20S5 30 New York Cattle Steen 14 459 5 SO tags and oxen 14 40S 00 bulb- S I 2504 10 cows II S03 65 extra fat Y Ohio cows 14 25 Sheep and Lamb shvep 13 265 00 lambs It 50OG v yearlings IS SO lvleVeall 14 00I8 00 little calves IS 003 50 rtcalves 12 5063 00 Wheat No 2 redM11 00 CornNo 2 BSfcc OatsNo I nHo Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red II 01 t till 03 Com No t mixed 1741118G1 OatsNo 2 mixed 41941UO 604Catte11LambsU5QZ5 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsjrl A rt vania XX and above S4e X 3031c No 1 SSo No I I2UO one washed da aloe Sl6c Z rToledo Wheat 98q corn 4 = eats 43Uc cloversted U 11i 01IIYANTEDNnatea o those shptI f ttlme f6t 11iht + l J French4v ti BatavlIIr oa w t 00 o lII y WitylV i i k TiC URIHATHITT NEWS =r J WISH IIAQJNS Editor L = Friday March l5 1004 = PKOFKSSIOXAL CARDS u = J ViJB UAOIV f OXUowuso HAGIXS C BOWLING ATTOKNKYSrA rLAW Office orer PoilOfllce J ACKSOV is KENTUCKY liPAII tiu liiea Intrusted to them will iccelve prompt anti careful at tenlton81111TruettnTInnnTmRTTTmTvrny llll It 1 L C ROARK I LAWYER = JACKSON KENTUOKY 3 win practice in Kreatliitt anti fs Ding IItn Counties = illl UUUUUUUUu1UUU11UUUUUWIIII NN NNNNN NNNNN n r A 11 PATTON I LAWYER i JACKSON KENTUOKY L N NNNNNNNNN 1 JOIN D TECEnsr Cawytr r- OlTlceover It Hunk Manchester Clay Co Keiiiucky a Also Noun 003 Kentucky Title BIdg Louisville Ky Will practice In Slate and TJS Courts Invite correspondence touching New t CoIOlHlfF for sale in Oluy Co Ky e Ufon application will InveslnRate t ami repent vulnt or lltlestu Urge tiuctr lncutrp and tho head of Kingdom Cone Letch= er Ca Kyv P 1 Irr y I KVV LJP f Circulation inon than iFOURTEEN HUNDIICD conies r 1 WE will accept advertisements on n guaranty Uiatonr paper h cO more titan twico the circulation in HreiUhitt Countyof any pnper- pnblislnul Our paper goes to ov cry post qllice in Perry Con nty auk almost ecoryonoin Lej Ma goflin Owsley r find Wolfe Couu ties If you want to reach the moun Li tain trade tryfrui ad in the BREATH uTIT COUNT WEW Jt tkd r A RICH 11 GOLD MINE For Severnl Yenrn Esther Tartan e SrcUcrji Worked Over II A tale Is told of a rich gold mine Ii it Idalio with IMge of ore which on c thet= feet high ana entirely distinct from the 4 r pfsurroundlnprtrormatlon This ledge was I if long null unbroken and lay directly i i j across tho course which hundreds of x + Pros actors took every year to react- other gold fields This obstruction f iwrod tho Cat value of which was f ti unlwqwlIwos too high to be sue v A mounted by pack animals so the pros peetors cut n traildlrectly through It- S florseveral years these eager gold Bcck r passed backward and forward ore jliis trail In search of gold mines On J nrght a prospector camping near this leUgo pf rock picked up n bit of It and froth force of habit took It to a creek near by mid washed it Then ho exam ned the stone and to his great aston Ishmcnt he found colors In tbit + of sparkling jold Tho prospector doe not mistake gold when lie tees It He Is hot deluded by iron crystals or bltllI rIofinlem as tho tenderfoot frequent lytavThoKold sparkle Is clearer und 1 of any other minor aljSwdiltte1 the same lu sunshine and 1 es EHfipcclor tremendously cxclt iff store pieces of the ledge r rk li Jmure of It bearing free gold TliiWht located bis datum and that wasWio beginning of a rich mine Yet v for years tho sagest of prospectors hud t t ptlo9Cd over this trail through the cut Ju ltdsledge never suspecting Its val tte nlthough by Its very prominence it medJemed to Invite Inspection Leslies ViaWeekly y r Itnllnn IlrlKoiulii Nurse r a ilnoi ecare taught to resist the qjHecra of time taw During the en j oSuntcr at liana Iluccn in which the aud MIrto was killed time gen illirlnerle was amazed by the furlous 1 rtbehavior of his horse which lashed out ion and succeeded In Injuring One pf the oliicers On Inquiry afterward among the prisoners taken it was r I twcertalmHl that the horse had been r tr inod to behave In this way by being Wwtedly Hogged until ho kicked ono e VofthV reseed ts n carabl r JjBwr npproBChliufhlm Time horso ut hefJN r+ tatt WH ft time memo sight of n ant r rtjMrfLLTiinnnn Globe i 4 pUtr here nilY Inrs9de lute or ailds yell u h Bell list item Hith gi F iiewlln U vy ftnir otI ow or wngnn Kerr TyCat toro and get j f4 t TURKEYS ON THE FARM The rere h Money In Them If You Cnn Irovlde the Iruprr fmiilltloiin- I near have rtvoininoiultHl that fiirmor should make a HptHlally of n line of poultry farming but aa the tur key seems to thrive under nil 11m TOiidlttoim be It either n warm nr mid season and an nil farms just to with Insect life the most natural healthful fool a young turkey can have Why Bhould not every fanner mull hl self of this by doing away with all prejudices anti keeping more turkeys wrltus C E Matteson In the Milwaukee Sentinel We put the fowls ou the farm to take up the waste or scatter grain that is nlwa4more or less at tendant around the place sow we should keep turkeys for t flame purpose though Instead of tuhl up their living around the building sliould be out on the range compelil them to exist largely from time accumu lations on tills range fly this practice your crops am better for not Karl the bugs to destroy them and at 1 same time you have a nice crop of koys to sell at Thanksgiving time tl has cost you scarcely anything When I first started my little place in Pewankee I did not intend raising n turkey for experience lead taught that It needed more than n ten n IIplot of land to grow turkeys on b 1 the opportunity was afforded me In tl way Nearly n section of land adjoining mine being owned by an old gentleman who not fooling able to farm It hhnNe hull vomited it piecemeal until lie con rent it no longer owing to Its fertill being completely sapper out lrnvl tile entire tract a barren plain and yet a splendid place to raise turkeys I availed myself of this opportunity Some years I sold aa high as 300 worth of turkeys The past two years have been the worst I ever experienced in growing turkeys I believe and know that young turkey If from good strong pa entage can stand just as much cold and wet aa a chick or a duckling but the past two seasons were away above the ordinary Instead of thunder storms we had cloudbursts andin con sequence the turkey Wajuvery short bringing time l1arktitJ1r way- up hi the twenties slystf Turkeys were n luxury on the Ics Inst Thanksgiving nut I would not advise tujyjerio give up raising them Just o- rd or two seasons have been against them The farmer has had a pretty hard time trying to mature a full crop of lOIn fortime t I past two seasons Last year w uslug also very Und on the potato crop Well It docs not follow that they are going Joquit raising corn and potatoes v The Ilflrron For Hijunlti Tiio best variety of plgeona to kcepage for squab raising is tho straight Iio mer says William E nice In a bulletin Issued by the agricultural department ayThese magnificent birds are large end healthy are good workers always S A WHITE HOMING IlbEON active and hunting about like the Leg ekern fowls are the best of feeders are of quiet disposition when proper mated and their eggs are seldom In fertile For these reasons I consider time straight Homers par excellence among all the pigeon kind for squab farming FarndnRf duck and goose feathers recently will stimulate increased production of these fowls yet In spite of tho reputedly large prof Us on a duck ranch lets farmers will go Into the business on anything llko a rlargo scale Duck farming 7a ptoflta guniuarkct1 i A estimated by tfieHargo BvojvcrH any a Wallaces Inrmer nt from U to S cents a pound The DCS Mofiies market paid dudst Itoke c with the feathers off There mire about P two ounces of good feathers on every duck Ionllrr at tie Illar Pair Twelve additional varieties of poultry have been added to the premium J lUt of the St Louts worlds fair pony try show consisting of time following Itoso Comb Brown Leghorns In tho 5ledlterranean cirss Black net Game bantams huff turkeys and the follow- Ing nonstandard varieties Gray Japa nese bantams Indian Game bantams Jersey Blues Klondlkes Partridge and Surer Penciled Plymouth Hocks Tea Comb Ilhode Island Hells White Created White Polish bearded ban tums and Wlto Javos Several ellml nations have been rondo In the pigeon classification because of duplication or other causes nail some classes not now complete will be enlarged Pure Jlreeiln Are Ilmt As to breeds most nay hen will lay t properly cared for but pure breeds certainly must be the best to keep UN you jiove a standard to go by If your fowls are not up to the standard you know they are not at tlittr best be steles you Lave the pleasure of having something opeclal to chow your friends you s W DeanRnl- ltritortorB In Iclra4td+ or wiComenthim a call when needing in lua JACKSONti KY Look 1 SoHOJgiild Jewelry tw i r + fI w r J t r I+ 1ryt l I IJj r MONKEY MOTHERS e They nlollftY More Iure AITrcllom 9Thou stay Oilier nliuul IIYA wild beast tamer of long expert cove tells Rome Interesting thing of Itetho affection of animals for their young He had an elephant once ho ntrays who dill all In her power to spoil her young one She fussed over It mind cuddled it up BO that when the time 111CIUlie for it to leave the cage It was simply unmanageable When one of tho men made n bold move toward the baby he was promptly butted lit the stomach anti bowled over in n peculiar JOy which tho youngster had of cx pressing his feelings toward those whom be disliked At last by a vu so the mother awl son Were separate ngmint there wax no such thing as keep them apart The balmy rubbed t ngskUt oft Its forehead mind trunk try through the bars and both walled so long anti piteously that the keeper was obliged to put them topbegctlmeragalnr cared that pies trainmto upon exc l from Its favorite station between 1 mothers legs The mother too woo show her displeasure at any effort to violentlycevery o11V 111 Slfclll lisIhe kangaroo also is very fond and will patiently carry It about long otter it Is ready to hop 011 Its own account IdItllt for n display of pure affecll monkey beats any other ntidlllugjuicing A baby monkey sticks fast its mother anti asleep or awake scents always In her thoughtsI Colds mire Dangerous How often you hear It remarked enawan Is on u pneiimonlu This Is of such common occurrence tint n culd however alight should not be disregarded Chumbei laint Uoiigh Itrmedr cpunteractf an tendency toward pneumonia It trays cures and is pleasant to Sold by pay Urns Co takeI 10Ureluir Turkey Par Market 01Pheu yon sat down to your flu fangs savory turkey loaf hnukegl f I row perhaps took little thought processes It went through In rcnc your table It was enough for ye to know that the turkey was then- tint C It was title and that there was at on It no bruiserplump an fatThe picture in the mind of time aver Thanksgiving diner 1st a barnyard a chopping block a dull ax and a flu tcring of the proud bird after deciipl rollThats terlng In former years but Is no long practiced by those seeking the best rcIsuits They are now bung up by tbetfeet to poles and slaughtered In euc a way that the bodies do not tout anything until they reach the ecnldin vat There In no more founderin about tho yard or Imperfect bleed lug A man with a keen knife parsebalouiMbe row of suspended blnl anther heads seem to drop off Into iasket nt his feet While yet warn- and still suspended the plumage 1 plucked away and stored In boxes t be sold as millinery adornments Fo Some markets the heads are not ra moved but nn awl Is pressed Into tim of the mouth which tideaththus treated comes to the table In I feet condition Charles A Hartley 1 Amerlcah Poultry Adtocntew S Oooic tIOUlpIYCrass Is the main goose diM can be spoiled by too m uc grain K tl Two years Is the ago of maturity for the goose j A goose should average twenty gos S lings per year Lv- IJathlng water mind grn fogdAr i necessary for strong fertlllty of eggsfyp Afrlcaii and brown Chlnq ganders nmte mot 8 readily than anothersar- lety c K Geese have been knowrfrttilvLatch and raise their young wlien twentyflre years old- Itankln says that every Toulouse 0 ftwoThe gander shows time same love torttile young an docs the mother and general care of them VIU1 Toulouse geese If well fed weigh from forty to fifty pounds per p 1Itmale better mothers thauthc Toulouse and mire not so Inclined to become broody time firiiiy dy room Its trybusMansf gelds Flour IDeIIndbetter whiter heolUier bread have been iisinc because Ihllnm milled from the boat Client and the right way on the best eqllillped- roller ru Hour mill In Kentucky e m Let a 25lb sack of BEST 1 ATENTjMOUNTAIN LILLY talk to peas be more convincing thou a barrel words All your grocer tor ItIIU C MANSFIELD pfteeJouKllgfaatlon oil wantplSiiiresny ROSSLYN on 7 kSONJ oirIi tea 1j t x s d- T ll I nESr hOTKiiN TH is wry Irmm litS1 0 amid l ItQ- CI I Y DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROP- s r s JACKSON 4 r i GOOD LIVERY STAWIiE IN CONNECTION =CO 0 7 i j m I Phi lOili but nf for ld I md i anti j r ULUK GRASS TUACTION Georgetown and Lexington True ngtion Jotnpany Jove Inye Lexington fur Paris Prprp hour frililo n ill to 7 1 111111111 nl in Leave 1arli creep hour from It m hiS p in ttiidm 10 I in Single iser rj Iftsltirep runt lInn tll p in except 11 a in 111 m8p in and 1C p II- Iit Leave Oeorgelowii uvery luiir Irnm0 a m to 10 p m exceptslO n in 12 ofand 7 and 0 p in Y ALBSANUEUPreMdeiiJ IIIWIIIHIII Children For a lung time the two year child of Mr I L MrPhenoii 60 N St llnrrlrhiirtf Pit vonltl hleep IYtwo or threw hours in the surly phri Ittill night which nude it very bard the In Ills liar nuuher cnllchlll t lilt thus child had etumnch trouble end gore her hull of one Uliambrlnlni dlomnrh and Liver shield which tJIItlie e tableif Imve ellecltd n perma neatens nnd me is now well strung For solo by Day IJros Co WALLED SEOUL 111Iloe Ancient Capital of Korea Smile of lln Iccnllnrlllm Seoul the cnpltul of Chofon U built amid a network of hllU elKhleeii miles from the sea It1M on aiirlont wuliitl byeAsiatic army forthwith into the as InIIx uqueutlp contest the right of way with helatetl pedcstrlniis mut tll1I Is t cultdn III after 3 oclock iiitn horicnlly one can scarcely see tho town tl the buM lIudllllltIllllllIt at Barring an occasional court function Scoalerla to n traveler The Hh Cls luck e beefy those picturcsquQcharnclcrlstlrs- i of a Chinese or Japanese thoroughfare and a vista across the Korean house UIga In time swat shops of Seoul Japanese eer matches cigarettes and rhea P trodaL reoll an orIj lCallyror pupei finished lu oil and covered with fqmmsa 1110I null the little breeze produced by coolnSeoul from hite kites are over Hying Ja but a lock tlllitlollot the great Chlnexo wall that Itada down to time sea at Slmnlml nrhe city fttei picturesque pn nstysfrwyeh flee promptly and Irret- A rc with the ettllli of lk treat gate will be entered b 1eteurmtpB rracjijug the tapltal from 1 inuio and should he come to the ulde of thW but 9 minute after tho in has ltfppearcd behind tile ii4 the frig bell has boo horizonI flmeijrnrulyvarufiig notq he Is camp in imtH rivabus has cy- ra I irlt1o tJie eq orlal pall i JKaty dr ut aka he hrn aitIlltt Itnos t8t tD iotroluetrlp up u pIt nYito 7 JoJf 1lIitu fIIJ TaouldSomitl till Stmrro relll It lu them ircaillliiiB To use an eighteenth century phrnge this bnn oer trnn huts llavlMK tuthappened In a smiiUViielnln town whiter or 1002 It It a story tm much of the jiresent Up Iii a shor time ago Mrs lolin E IIIImm of Irlrllu Slntfon Vit hot tin persoiml edge of IliiMarB onrallvft properties of Clinniherlalns Cough lice rdy Laf tiwkdreadfuleaitil1 voiilil have Ill1eUII1UIIIIIlllltOfIi n lglilom loll me how Iliii rein had cued herilttlu buy and I- girt Jglring It to alp baby nt pnce ki cured tier I lirnnlj lliantrha nianufnctiirera of Clinmberlulns boiiH pUemtdy for pinning so grunt n cnrp rmendtfavor 1 hope all who rend limit willfl hand l convinced as I was 11111 by Dai pros Co Ii c of IIiS525252S25252525252S2as1 LEETE BEURIS Irrll1 cal CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention Given 10Innll classes of workmul lo SATISFACTION GUARANTEED wpioE JACKSON KENTUCKY ruIJI IDOtJonrli i KENTUCKY Flit CUSS SAmIE HOOM Ao- you Iwork day dayrwages and with Ilittle hope of ad vancement We can help you leavo the ranks of the poorly paid many and become one of Ithe well paid no nlrcodyrat rne spare at small expense for any of time fol lowing positions CIviiIIOor Mining EnIneer i Electrician i Sur veyor Draftsman Ornamental Dulreer Architect Chemist Bookkeeper Stea ographer i Teacher ShowCard Writer Window Dreiser or Ad Writer PIIlyrlte polUonINTERNATIONAL SchoolsInBox 799 SCRANTON PA I01 FILL UI 018 LOCAL KlfltlirTiTITXl 1C11hal u few Kfiilnokr people think uroa r rehul Ltmlii 11 IJniDMjr IN N Limeitonp St Lexington Ky I have examined rtfrorenav + years exp rleiiPH In sittn piiiiting and show en wrlllim 1 believe It to be the best COIMKC nuVrfd lir any nrepondeiice clinnl unil hull nny young man with NVHfaitQidnuiiilifiroiild be laiiglit with yogrrpNlrn Ci Ub It MvLniiKhllii fnriMDHii 0 A giveineplesnlrrlunannmend 1f nntliinnl Ciirt ionilniiort SclmuU n wlilcli 1 inn B flndfiit It provide cian I trrttyy offsIlstnu niiiQliliiery and gas en atiIitii ViiicliHfcr fnyn Qenllemen It+ student In your Meclianlciil En Klneoriiitf Otnirse mind cannot fRf lot much nf your method of leiiclilng otIany time 1 W d WHISOII breed rarpenler Ken liirky IlKicI Cuil Co Cannel City Ky t You CHUMP in AiMhllPclurt Is whal every cnrpenler nlul coiitiicliir tlumld lukc Yuur cijurke has been u great help tonne Un Uiillntul Taksau KlIlIr I rte In Ciui lnghteering of which rfryLyoiirliieiluij teaching V U Funk Chief Engineer E K Asy Letingloii Ky I have your EaglneerY sotB +infiliiM Imve no tronlila to learn Our rHMtVflenliitivu Ihl Jucksnn Ky once H 1M ntli Aosf + lcurdsdtirusstd- 1n OlltltJIOIlIlencIIh9vJ 1118111 you nay II Osmnul b pIr mld h e- t4Nri irlller I Ihmwluerkjtitlnrnty tI ISKuotrlnp illIllIyrtil dl bls own lo wecklr iiuwspiiMirj time New York Trilinnt KiirincrliH mde in exceed ingly liberal nrrnjifeniefit wlilnh en IIhll us tn slier t papersfat io n price that nh l rtner It rord loco tlio oIIOrll1l1ll1l Ibepriceof The Ilbllnl jJtilt= il ppper9 writ rah a full you nrd II2oth NR iY S4ati far RfOf ly I jK1lJT J to j J 1 f DAY BROS COMPANY Wholesale e andRetatl Have the most complete stockof e G p R L t Ja- tnln RCHANDISE I Ever br utht to Jackson Consisting of JII 4iojs-L t + r y 1 tiOtJ5t14 f D AI II UII I I U i- FJQIS 1 JJEfJOeSWe have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style Fjrthe Ladies wemave the most Fafeh onable Lot-j of Shoes money co I buy illinery Goods This Department is under the man agement of Mrs R J Fulkerson who can show you The Latest Style Hats f d ect from New York City Also E DRESS GOODS iIPLatest Patterns and weaves Fresh feEastern Markets- u need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE r i f lIe the people you are Iookingf6r wt have it by car loads to suitv f j every body ui bme and see us our 1 IIIIs11111111111111111111 IIII Illtli p I ics Are All Right r f Ay B80Stip QOM pAJI jIY i i4 fo ck g Jpc c roJ L 0 l n 4 ft jIYl TllC lSlcatl1iU News IulillMiod Hvury IVldaj =L11f niviilutlnii niiiro ihu IIIIIf FOUItTliKN lIumlnMl nploH ifrl LLoca anti pcrSOI1HIJ s A S iMiiiwm mis nine fur unlit nlhIirr iir ImrrH MM P M HtlrWi- lmulher la railing II In Lexington When In Lfxinglmistop with Hllrli diva ill UHH Intel Onlon tNln 111111111111111 nutter seeds I at ifiiwfoiii ft OircHiV Uell TnlllDerl linn accepted a tffailtis Ulerk III the hunk plU llnjl Admits ol Oliiy Iiiy n Ijing liertUter Mrs Dr 0 II I UiIAltfll lilllJIIIHhof Utti IHh I h1 iU llt Irvine at Ihli lJIIIII Iii 1 lit luUJIIIMtlr I r ti9tnu U loM1iP Itl1 tah r tnJ Ia II I 11- I OnlihIlR I iu t been I s rPtII1IHltII low la III ill na Ili19Ilil nr lIl1tuJIher ft AVI I InUoM i a Hildag Iwr t ti- hi nlli ill Irxtftei 111ilt 11I11II1 Iiuid Hill 111 YlYIII 114r rn J utllr Multi poo t life J11 ulwil iniiifr You clil grcnh fur your lihocl by calling il A 3J tblhFiia iiire JllfiHii JlfcrgHiel Urnwforl end My Uliwy UiiVltflrlted alta MIIII Mnlo Hy atbJkttnld Krlilnr hullaiiiiiIiy Alfrid linnitfit of Sinlth a llraiich Iii 111 ail ImilierliiK III the Imp tlril LI i tlulmt4uIIkadurhlg Ihr pnrt IIk A II Slmrt Ima I Id lilt lurni whloh ijllle Unpt ttil 31 rung fmin lie 11 t tQt Iii Mats WIIIII fur 100 each iMr i ItSSlu 0 Unix ktt Tiifdlar for Crdai S iijid mlmr rvlmirvs HI MiSier II- lftlrMA Ir Mt I Ilrgbis left Is- 1Y fertl1 y xltml rd IIL III rut U OfI4mtll III Vliwheiler el- III G tuntr- J k i11 lamnlul runty left 1- 111iI 1Ppri1dultn 1 III IIInk- LI tr IKJIIIB He urxlered the A In his addresa M J 11nllera tI 1 On y Oily wh tie JIIl1 Mil fir drrpry tit 111 n cIIaiIg11iaL iikI very mncli Imj lntV1rMI iII ae n neater Itoi JJ FlfrlHT tar Ilargalui iIIur clu rA Out B day luniitle lnk Ii serho 14JDtteOil Hllie iime nturk Wr f0rj ItIS + tons lluitum wn pHilnii l Triistet oflliu Jury Iund lo YilrceeI Jaine Hntpliy Mr lludon is at II r8uIItlalt Oettiity Uounly Olerk silts is well yesi hint urr du tilt Jiitlea of the olhV- ethfi seven niouhold girl of D Irbd slid Mrsjlt II SmHli who llvaon Mir Ollln Its luln dlidat llielr home IIII Salimlay nlKhl of Miin lej aid pad luuilln Moll wn hurled 8iinN3T Q S h9rset up it fiirnlliire l tore In the new C lmlldln till Dlsiit IdreCI lllly i IIIlive keep on bawl n nice linn of both new end iicoml hand urnlliinu Sea Ili Urge nd on tits HnilJ frj ut our Ilnp 5Inrlageliernubavu bennhaurd- fullutting this week Jere Ualeljili lo Mary Arrowottl Arthur OrlHltli lo Mary Arruwa John Wilton to Gonlellu Tharp Sit Lovely to Iilly Miller fO1rLittle tiled at iho hmpllnl al ot Nt1V Mexico pit Mnrch afiTti IIIIf to Ili drill h tlirurnndgrcnrlltll house lint soon eilJMeil again ffllII wont to llio riifllpplnv t Copt and MM W H Hradhaw enter tulntd aifciipper at their reildencu Ii Friday In honor of Mr nod Mu S K Balid who will noon move lo t Iant art where Mrllalrtl will lake uhuryoof Hie KAKolIlce He hna been Kraph f opurnior here fur 111 vernl mouths 10N U UIIIIIIh ll Kl seriously Iii rueeduywh11e cutlhig IIOu0 n Irlie iC seems thul the tree rots but elhtugnltistnnolher rca nnd while otten ting to dlblodnu same It rebounded Lncklijtting him In the forehead cul thug to Ilm skull Dr Hogg se +ted up fc rithe Wound J Mh 1 Slit 11 villa Is tin gueat of D- l = Ue3llend Miss Irvine Is pleas uiilly lemembered by many people r Jiere Ile hnvliiK teen favorably C tna lh S I1 Lees Colleglnto adelluttily welcome liar i + U A Hurst A S Johmon and K f Knih were III Crawford precinct last Sntunlu li ltlnKlltlrs In the cmo orAduWvJ lliitH Out of 61 t lifcMijs worn 40 ItlilHllIlUhlY voted Adumintiiiu last November election IIrihbu flIItIIIJ IIt tliut poly fur were count wi for AdJnigi tyv Win I JrtslrNk r was tiara Inst Snturdry and inscribed for tin New l4 null OourlerJoufnal I ays the people of Turkey Oreak ova r plenty of corn and two VtectmlU to grind It Ho iiysVhaJ are nil yqanlly supplied with all 1oueceiiarleJ of life Ito 1ft U Uuii Is I 10 BQod If place lo live UUIIJp5t r 1li iIDG Uoblnsonjji prapiited to fur I boxI M I r pWrti L nlsh ce liHllllHKMoutUtjUii rj fitr 1 fm s 4 ae 11 i r4 j 1 Iterate IIIIII Urraatory 11111111 Ornwfjrd ft Ureeohs- Mn OX Howling was vlsllln friends in Lexington nnd Slanlou lira i the weak- Dlias Vina Krnzlbr who Ilea been llv tug nt Lee Oily for several months re liirmd hump Moiiday Mrs It OI Uornctl win has heel nick fur ikveral weeks with miimlti and puvuot tin III is improving U U KobliiMon Ull luriiili hisciu iunier with Armours bust Irate ntea- er W II Whlltnker the barber w hns been uniibte to work fur sets sun accjunt of rheumatism U II II praying Storm ut llitjird 1I alarm at Ilnxurd loaf Tueiduy tuprlrly drwullilrrd ti chllruhiera years I t nbliliver i islor und was nhv urnu IUiOl III HVII flee rl I blown iff of Dr Kyi Irya tin u and S U OaldwjIIA Qut sift ill wascuiislderubl dam Hired Onm Ittai klllfil Jiut uppohlte Ihe lown tutu falling on him This H ejond dorm that has come up i sorts during the past IIItllLllIK the court house Ilifi t iMimmer killing UIe mull and v ling several olhors 1elurs mtev will hnvu the Ii Spring M jr Optmng on Friday und SulurU pelt lit nnd 2nd Cu mtlon OITcr lly our b terms with the Ih11- 1I111f1litlier Of ft ve nre able in Ilrnlili fl 11 papers for a little more hail pnie of title We Cull sire you mijmy mi aiy paper you vifll lake Vu will furlUh you THE tUtlrxTII T COUNTY NEWS al either of ine following CllItltJllllrll Luuhvibp IlNrnld Ghicago iterOoean Clnclniu I Kn piirer Lexlngtu i Louder HOIIH riti I Fnrm or New Vut TribuneFarmer IIOIlU Yen Fur Only tj4195 papuloiinlry for a money rtv Inlon Onlvr Onlerit iHhe adjuJIcilion nl pr11ttuh clams ter said nctJuue 2- u 7 IlillO aq amend It ehnlh be taken all 1 ndJrrrd nsfPaPvidenllul fact If he Hnliurv dieitot outs If all often jjiuiMHeJiU are properly latil teal pas rd III years he Is dls nLlyd olhIIIII pbfly to perfur fir inan ua tutor a0d la en Sled to be rnled at Iflper mouth j alterflxtyllve years fRper month i her ntyelghl year k do per month im a1 r seventy j ar per tumuli Allovaiire l il hlghrj rale not ex ierdmi 1211lr i mnll till coulinuu lo snailiii hare nfure rhea dlrablll ties other than I e slim a condition o 1 inability to pars rm manual labor 11Thl older ilia l hkq Liver April 13 ICm and shall n t be tie rued relroac live 1IIIIIgIIInn 1 years respi tivey are hereby mudllled as atovt applyerm tsl- to attend to oil c tree of Jovernment claims I ldFar SIRlld and Fancy ruco Irs alI- I owet prices cal un ruwfoid A Creech or phone K 11 Stet lug Cu frt uarkel1Ihre u 11 g lidtworxleuuunuu II brhkal d there were n goal nun hirers here wanpng cal Ile 1mllllt a ilo Slot tll tllprl the drn 1 1 ell cull rl sstrill tI or cattle aPJa rhluk our j Iii ID nioiiii lelua who have eq I la s twill do well la bring thenthP e for on thaI daThe best IICalllt uhl III fl 25 but they lighter rullllgiIlfal of f Ito to price for cows iiili 5 Good at thin t5ep i druta would hove lukn1 1 J colt The demand fair Ilidand n good many told eat Iu 7fI tIrhorses sold I Mules were In falnlllI1l1l1llIIIIIUM shade higher than lust cuurtv There hlwere u few 10haiitl mules f g aright i owners 1ertlfkIllK Og4 a buyers stele ullerllitt 1511I f liHllrninny sold during JNjgiUv A vlica j wealtlifurItS JOI NIUN Ihlle tavern liu ldred tlr tin t e corded diirinu my term ot olllco se County Clerk Thetb ilea valuable the owners of the peedend I 1vu IhI glad fur llul 111 Pnp tlnireeyj and take them out 1 f Wlae lIatillllJ A satlifled customer In tin best vertUemenl Our cusltanera silt the nva u- aiubacrtbertufkIArt you o if7 oi y w 0 t 0 JiJ t r+ J 6- Il Correspondence allS OUKKIC Mini IWznllllthl nll daughter of W Kvtiiifi of ilifrt places is nlliiidliij- Mhool nl Ulilieriipooii Collec Tho wrllr iiint u plumunt Inn H vvlihjhe iionliiiiiHler ill HowlliiK Sutur tiny Any unit II want of nn eduenMoi I Irroute t Vllhnnipooii Cdlhjii Till lion tl per nuiuth fur all crudes GayrrlurN court week It M Uenly aid sot have returned from Vuile Viow where they huvt been wuikluc lu llmlier There wus n 12 pound bay reglIrred Ilm home of Itoberl Aliilntoths lure hunt wtek He our named III honor of tin ShIJI HfIt E Mrs S H Hurst who hns been con Hind to her bed fur sometime with grip and pneiimtinfu is much bettor MUm IVnrl Abhiu nod Lulie Hunt were plensunl callers at llurl rill this week Tnylor Hurol who has heart employ ed by Ihe Mueofen Cn for somt time In now nl home on n vacation He will be nt homi longer than Im expects lo owing to Ihe illness of his mother Messn John J But la Chins Lynch Dennis McGonlgnl of Hazletou Iu Mike Shannnlinli of St Lout cove home with Tiiylur Hurst how All to upend two week in the mountains of liiittern Kentucky They weru nil inllroad men and hud been working fur the mine company We were glr to have them with us and trust they will content nln They left for hazel Ion slid Iliiladelphlu lust rack They seemed lo enjoy their stay very munch They will resume work the tat of Agri- Id llille Hnlile the 2 yrold daughter of Maton Cipe of Taulbee I a very sick with meualttj and nut expected to re cuter Samuel Hnrat who has been aI tiolne fluk for the pod Ihren week r Is back In 1011001 IltlMUOSE tlLn grippe niiil menilis me raging here among lilt people Severn tier runs ulu hint oil Noah nnd DcUourcy Lucas and Sand wich Mcdiiirt left n short time ngo for Independence Kn Uulnnd Stone is pulling In Severn d hundred lugs nl Ilieronjmns volts Some other pnriies era pulling In log nl the sniiH place Douglas VYIile and Scott Gum mud r over 100 railroad ties out of one oak era which grew on the term ol HIM wriler Dr Simpson Lutes lilt of our oldest IlllzmOms hero selling out lo leave this section but after making a Irlp li Ohio we believe thai he has leanird that there are worse countries than this ants tear about decided to sin longer f Mrs 0 V Gray Is visiting her daugh tile Mrs Jos llngins al Luniivllh Tims CundilT told Ids fnrm to Wm Shoemuker and has bought tin farm ol Mrs MaJy Thompson A quirt little wedding took place In our midst till other evening Mia Lou Spencer to Willie Shoemaker Ret lu0lY Illeroiijmusolliclatine u11n imye u few persons In our quiet little countiy who are willing tu die Curb the pence lu grieve their Lei friends und bring down thaim upon their wive and children fur the pitiful protlt of a few barrels of whisky The good citizens tutu mothers in the com munity wilt think much more of them lo steal the corn and bacon from their cribs und tnuke hutues of njglis fUt profit outs let thorn g i lo uluncl on Sun days quietly UOXEK Judge Utincfl i + IIItlf i teal this writing frA + Quid Mug Hewell went fh Jickson Friday on bu nel s 7 Huddle Toltton und Wllle y Muys dressed lu the style mutt in the aye lit Ihe full etof 1II1IIIK went loCuiuptnii Sulurilnp lie tlu smiles of their lid tylrlal- J C I1 + url mrrdli w t II1lIlIfKJt IdlaC 1p Wl are HlilllIUII itlltllnhlt irr llllker lli I Nr lIU 11nti1 nA II frthe 1Wi p iH 0IlJ81rlHt n g IIItte t11 fd1 iii at 1111rli4rR and datark luidlll Alta In hill Poix tt lrHTl xwltelulnlt fo have basked in Itlh lug The youngest child of llnrdin liurst and xv I fe of Lane died Sunday near four oclock p m of measles purchaseduhf n greatly lolhC nccommodntlon of ti patrons asuell as to the man lu char Isaac Miller pasted through Alain adptretofllnxar Saturday night on h- dr Ii Iome from Cannel Oily Hut the s so Inieniely Ark that he Ides iof going furlher P I lag st tW e 4 I t is i I 1 flroW Here We Arc j The Celebrated I HUEKt Tho IJttal on garth I PRICE SOO PRICE I 101 HI li I DAY E3ROS COJae- ksoll eltuc y JI 1 hlglerbd hotel in tin 1101111 lie MIL refused tdmiltaiice however liar ho till being crowded lit then cliiinctd- I lo eel his way over the lull to Sewells vllli where lie tuned meal 10 pacify his healthy 1IlIlthllUI1 a tied on which to rest hs tired ants Wourled bune 1101t1UNT Two plentuiit visltOrIMn our town lut week were Min Moifjl Siirndlliuj andtliter Uri Vetch tttlfljellof Kidge vvond A M Stile of Itidgpwood mid jilinca KnKer of FroHi were in WincUiMlei last Monday II Im iiie sciir mrtedw Ith the Eastern Kentucky Stave Oo- Fihlik Uuliirl and wife of Uidgewond Junction weie lu Clay City friin day uolil Monday veiling lltllr1 MUOfitrtha UuhIIr Cnclmrljll was vbiting liar 1I1let i tl r t Itidgewood Junction srvcriilrliiYr lat week EaileAthley of B dgPtlvrrilJlthClildl made u flyiiuj visit lo 1inrliedlrr one day Utffk O S H 1llIr 051 III II Il rUR II- IIIIClotIIIrllIiLlllj In mother during the early part ur lint lrsrk Mlu Mill flush one ot utir tKitirli- US vitfihic relnlie nl KtilVvood d Jiincliun lad Frliliiy ffC- lUford Junes A L Moore Cr till l Karlo Ashley John June innlilkrles Spencer of ltdgre rod J iiiettqnewViil lo Glenenlrn last Monday 1lfrllfr A L Moore lotlI wlfeOTAlileyJrniidwirinfnliKiiili Athley and wife liltIIf UWjw6d JulclllIIl1llu picnic 1ln ly Natural BrldKO last Tuesday AIL rp purred 811111JulIlJle limn as thb a Q1I ill uereaaary to a picnic WHS OliliUint enough lu vvult ntiiil they ure on tluIi way home before It came up Elden Hush Single aged 2riyCnr- died on the 16th lust at ihe Imino t Ida father Fleldon Uiith Jl was Hot expected to live for mine UIIB pal JiS Im was u victim of cojijjuinpUM Jus Bnker removed JiU fninilV ifVJki Zucharliih arlyiftfst week loj lw linker hometeudd near Iatsey E t loauntj r- JtallruAildbra llIlg4 llIJlIn li n- wuy1dQil qtlgt 5qe jrbllt lull lean l It 8UDil u lllr t11 r1t J1I tetliut a Id1ilttU I h ulll- i y eta uacli nlidrILpn +98g 1111 ilek 16 iret 0 inn Ihe Ifsuf OIl Its al 1lutiduytliliaridad tewum of unst iuulidIrtglttfurtlfhlIx till ie at a w ilkstiCtitlCCrltlltgg1 IInlIiiltli Tu II cira on tr one ot them being completely Jeuilhad l1 truck tusbadlytuut iipnnd Irulllc Ii terrupleil fur unhurt tune but tilt 1tSI eiice f uMTeeklngctew tloit wns bus itsruurns It wus liportfd caused u quick cliuiua of coiidillons Five nlLiiiWra of Win Adams fancily are quito lllJr measles Sainl hus been so ftiI ver is slowly recqvernio Vo understand that Sate owes hue re health to tutu tender euro IItit friends UTe awaiting the stxjuel to the pretty romance Itlira Chas S ioncor of Ridge wood Junctionwho has lien ill for tho month of measles and 4t3 complication is rapidly r covering 0 T Ashley and fnHlil are 90 to remove to Millers Glttkirht he bas contracted to sow 2 Jol 000 feet of timber for Albert Sam pies pintol sI pitallt Lexington IY warning It bo remembered tint Faulkner yens dangerously hurt in tho Tunnel while it wan unaergoiugropairs last full lie was y falling rock au- F s h r I L 1 1 t I AJCJIJOS I IN GOLD GOLDFILLED Silver Nickle I AND Gun Metal S WATCHES IN y fsNICKLE AND tfi GUNMETXt M S I S2 BO aV4 TO S25AHb UPWARD HEINTZ1 JEWELER111 FAST MAIS Sr OPP TUB IIIUEVU LBXINUTON KY i Lit ff r ttaining flivonil bona fractures bo internal injuries Ho was tiikeni1 to Lexington 1109pill11I1S soon its ho ms hurt Mild remained theIr recolrJ J IU was CpTtHl to return to Ills homo here gruwka Ys IluvulopuduWBH to pitiil hilt it yeas too late lie UIus a willow ants surer small girlsJJi111 gravoynnl last Thursday un tho auspices of tho Junior Or LuillgIfa ri1r 3rurIYDenlumi bus hanihwtin i- n1iIrlJp rue Ciirm nenr Whlck for 2XX fh lrpieer will move lo Iud earl lie 8ii ppor given by the ladies qltliq lnIIJtorilllChllldl at the ypiJ0110 lust night was n sue H Oi uurJ purticular It was Av lesl and 875 waa collect IftiIlItJe iIIIItIltlIlt Court Justordl1yen I i ostMlotturd altogether it- t has boeu tho host court IW d in this eoltttty for ninny years All the CHSI tint wore rend for trial judgoII1uitis ettlwir ctiss reudynut tint un litoro cases would 110 COli titinedn neeonnt or the nlsooco ofntttrnnys Itt oilier OItrtA 1111 tint in loss than n year the docket iii this county will be alt trail TnylIr liuneur lit Shoulder ltlntle died Tuwdftjpf coiiUmption He va IIhlItfliM nllll I11 the Ionof 11osr11i lilJ L L w C ULIU== = t1 ADIKS AND tGO Ctl17dJIIri vATCIIIS = = =tine of 21J weI Elgin and Itallrond Watches 1IIl1u new and latest novelties being added to our Cull when III Jackson S D FLEENOR II JKWKIKI ANI OITICIAN I 11M tr lo you wunt the Luxiuglou Steam Lnundry to do your laundr lug J D Uooro Is their ngent here and will cull erery Monduy The Iliilllr of LiUlncr Few thoroughfares have been pro served In Europe which give an ade qunto Idea of the streets of the middle ogos One of the most Interesting of these relics U the home of Martin Lu titer In IrnnkfurtamMatn It stands on the corner of n narrow street and rlups to a height which seems unusual buildingsI UwlltredIa very 1 roomy place though somewhat dork jUllll probably badly ventilated The t house like many of Its time coutuliud floors Increasing lu size as they rose thus giving a curiously pie lurutiipju but top heavy Appearance to the building Ionffiof the fnmlllnr expression So lota come ipondcnt of the London Aeadeuuy sug tests that It Is derived from the CSor weslnn Son Lnengo n cowllolltdrm of farewell equivalent In meaning to nil rovolr and pronounced like so long with the g softened There was n talc number of Norwegians awing the settlers In America to judge by names and It Is quite likely themIiu South Africa RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE A Effective October 17 1908 East Bound No arDally 4Dally ci Sunday fix Sunday PM AM lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 825 Clny Olty 360 913 Stanton 406 923 Natural Bridge 435 064 Torrent 449 1008 Beattvville Jun 511 1029 0 K Juno 611 1126 ArJackion 615 1180 West pound No1 No jDally Daily Ex Sunday El Sunday 1 A lit PA Ar Lexington 1010 005 Winchester 923 520 Clay 887 489- SllInlon 828 480 Natural Bridge 801 401 Torrent 747 847 Beottyvllle Jun 726 829 O K juiictio62d 280 Jackson 625 225 v Nos 3 and 4 wake close connectlo for Cannel City anil points on Ohio 1 ICantucky Knilway Divislp dally er ret Sunday JuneI1 and 2 connect at Beatty a vllle Junction with L A for Beatty vllle dally except Sunday fJ H Gen Mar r Oius SCOTT Q P A lq 1 O K R Y sEtlecttre r East HoundtBestarl- H g c c 2rJii STATIONS a w 3 4+ 2nA- M ab4xfI + fAR PM AR AiL IV PM LV t 930 235 Jackson 1120 3BOi r 9t23 230 OAK Juno 1128 835 843 158 Wlllinrst 1152 417 830 152 Hnmpton 1158 490 750 128 Ire Oily 1222 510 J 741 122 Hulechawn 1228 618 r 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AIL LV PM IV PX AB PM ARa WestboundSPenger Train connects at O K Junction with train which t leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Passenger Train connects tarriveIngtdii at 605 pm AI CoNIKVSupt NoTICE fi 1 All who nre indebted to the ea r tate of J n Jfarcum will please j call and pay the same at once MKS J B MAKCUM ADMX s Ladies Fine Shoes Al M M A No Cut off Vamps in t t Courtneys Shoes FOR SALE BY APCRAWFORDC r THE HASiii IBAPTIST IN8TITUI I will open i a f JANUARY 4190t4j readybyj + 1 intiaiqliiiff rooms twos halls and an olUce The faculty will consist of I Five First Class Teachers r Special attention will be given to tinhrH par ation of teachers for their noble work wile 5 other departments will not bo neglected DeAiyond tho Common School Uranchos the foU r lowing subjects will be taught Matheiuat i ies to Mud including first art Trionoinetry = 3 Kngliah 111to Loie General Ilistot of i AinnrioAn lqlsicnl floonrrnhliv oraltf Science Psychology Music Etc 4 i Tuition Per Month From ioi tlto 2r5 Board Including Fuel Iights Etc 175 to 2 j ig For further particulars call T nor address J A SPETREYOR t J EF DAVISf a S JIAZAUDj KENTUCKY 1- t Ihr i PX i fitM O i 11 SITTING HENSi1 i i i Jur Wnr tn nrelor HIII4Y V1 e Klip llcoomrii Ilr oilr i e near Si tire i4 tf AR KImK unina 4 minded tlmt the time iMat hniHltori r ran lng the ne ts and getting ever I ililiiR In rcadlne fin lintclilng oItthl1 ir XHls of little chloks Flint of nlLtl- nejitjnlislJ be IUlJJIII a room or stlNI of IJ rr apart ffom till house devoted to lHyJ4 I lions AnyoiU of the way room closJ 1 J tIIh11 or loft will answer for litf 111 In t hose niul there the nest 8UOUll tw v F mnde A large roomy box H Ighteon t Indies deep with on opening Itf tbe side hugo enough to allow tiiq hen to pass In and out at will should be use First put a tow shovelfuls of dry dlrl or sifted coal ashes In thi bottota or t i the box and hollow out In Uic shape o a iitst then cover with straw or hay I nnd shape it so that the eggs will lIot tc roll over on eLicit other After the ben has shown a Jeslro to sit for a fe i days take your lantern otter dark ai- gcjitly carry her to the new nest In Avhtch you have already placed a few china nest egg- Hold the lantern so that she can sO the nest anti let her step gently In the box and nestle down Cover the top of the box and close tlie opening In trollt and let her remain confined for a full day The next night you may remoi tho covering place food and water III front of tilt box and gently lift her ort nnd let her cat nrid drink When sa- Jsflfxl she wilt retunjto the nest 111111 will then 110 readyfor the eggs wbc you Intend to put under her Should she refuse id return to the nest as a lien wilt sometimes it is use less to try further mill It is better to let her return to the yard and watt ui- til another bne gets broody Sitting hens should be too on whole corn ex t elusively This together with grit a water and a dust lOx should be place flour the nest and she will need no j further care After the first week she S U bc dusted well with Insect pov jdcr and then again about the eight i eehth day If an egg gets broken and ri the others become fouled wash them 4 Inlukewarm water and replace thew r In nesth tIi It Is better to set two on the sara day nnd when they hatch site all thoI chicks to one hen and reset the other The second hatch Is usually the moro r successful as the hens become moi I t faithful utter the first weeks When a the eggS begin to pip do not dlstut t thcjhcn by HftTug her up Let her rt J jiinln quiet until tho shells begin to then reach under hel1 t crowd the cWcka r q and remote them Do not take bet Vu the clucks ort the nest until twei iStyfoHr botffs after they hatch Ni i y ture has supplied them wjtl ifootl 60 1 Sihat KUat they need most Is waVmtl f- JMoreiuug chicks die from belt lillIed train nnYohieF lIusc an- lli1 IJ IQany or thoso that do n tellc I1ro BttIIlttMI alit never gruw as tlieysbouk I k Uomo an Form t1 t 1 Advantage of Inculmtbr Among the numerous adrautngcs or fUe incubator over the hen tiny be of jiiientoned the following The lirtub j tor Is always really tot business whlll If a hen only site hen she feels like 11 j AItIs less work to care for an Incubate I 5Icc5S for n HUlUcient nuiiibcr of liens to batch the llama number of chicken 5 The greater the egg capacity used th v more time Is saved over lint re ulro for the care o hfl hens The chicken tireo much wofc uniform In size and 4c age that thefaro more taslly caret for more clIiI3fI and present 4lf much more attractive dppenranco wliei J J fitted for tllLhlnarkel Again chickens I i hatched In Incubators are always fred U frohrtlce and geiferally remain so tilC- E I they are large enough not to be much S Injured by thema thing that can rare Sly be said of lien patched chickens Equally as much can be said of i v iroojler It la alwayH ready to recclvi I tbtChlcksJaIKt n Uo not hoe to hunt iil ftust at car It might rak b the c11IksVchiilfrd It Is 11109- t ftlrr and comfortable at any tlmo of tic earPrmiria Farmer1 df UoubleEn UelllcnnnOLlayq Perfect eggs It i 1IJ liue day because the bens body Is not cpnblc of releasing sufficient carbo I 1 uatflb of Hrne tO furnish two perfec Iihiclis The frt growth of the egg I 4pI I the hen Is thelolk VUeu this rench- e9isif turlty It drops intq a long membra f alSy Jo nous canal known MllrtOvIduct Ar 1 fIttrarehl through tillS canal It receives B of alUuticn which Is thi Jr whiteef the eKg Att It approaches tin Imouth of tho ovldiiet It receives a Ont I f r Ing of lime which constitutes the shell r l With a full laying lieu this operatioi 1 occurs only every twentyfour hours 5p 4 1 Once In awlilk however dUe l1robably f J a 4 to stimulation and overfeeding the t otl1or yolks are lro1uct41tO rapidly 1 unit two of thom drop flllO t S togctlwr TUeeQ ova travel together 1119 and receive the white sOJi tii rt2 como inclosed In ono siiehi r i l laid are commonly kiKwnMikiitoe yolkeil eggs Such ai 4 egg BMMK R Double egg time white f being ns well as time yolk Sl J Mi S J islalt e IIr 11 vg1Nlhme ctJIJIolmtclmlng Is rejiiizjmmhi1iehtlve tlonIIfIs IIJfr lie lmreHig ettIfIJtln id 1h rmnhleof a it1n orthe age of a RgonRlonl 7 unaUa whole incubatoI tie jmtrtt will 8 tt itrtwt vibratory 4e thlP IfirlttrlltusJlve1 sfIlilhegilng as Mm haaimhiicof a Iiio suishmcr rJLjiiihe hous troy thp cllluK Ig 11 rood chier care has not beel- lji to ptace tIm imicuhimitor beyoni S tft fltv MHcli of such 4iIstUthi4HiCN 4 tt hntorm always gives breeders j sedrtfc M tlwunnds of pggainny hi MgHWl by aBmldnu heavy thund r Up It W 5Iee or cough In the riefty K Ii Iftcubatorn will hinietlmM r corkaS if 1 i ia reslhltu iI 5 WiiI4KI1Ip J IrIIII1IIIL4S4 Juiin Jlltninj t d nItRm1ht hp mTiItrd froni hilHI tack L 1 u hamilfihatns Iuuhii- t Jtkn after ji doctors f 1 in th ewJMurpn1ntt had milled to w M 4ve rII 1M hiruImmhmI sellel frul this Hniment afTprds g n whUh it 7 jiO irtt ninny times III edit trpatBros Co 1IIIrllor n I i 01 JIf 1f- I j5 AN INDIAN DUELIL The FauiuUK Flulil llrtnreii Chid Cnriioiilrr foil Price The methodVlof lighting duets nmo the Indian siildaim old fruiiUcr nu were Varied each tribe lwvlngItao peculiar custom Suite of till trlbg earned to tight according to time lUlll the white limn however aiuo these the Ohoetaws or Oheroke which reminds lue of the famous Inelll July of 18SU when the cclebrut Choctaw chief Carpenter fought neolI tho 1ltic Creek Indian agency with nI white man named Price Chief Cnr poiitor was n splendid type of India tall and straight and comely and lieI had been well educated and hoelnotuI ral talents and natural Instlnets thllt put him head and shoulders over bls Indian associates As usual this trouble was slartcc1 by a disagreement over some trhlal matter which caused a dispute I1nel ended III the white tint calling hll red brother a liar Throughout tllo trouble time big Indian laud remain perfectly calm although conskloral angered and as the Insult fell he gozcc1 coldly Into the eyes of 1rlcc and salt Your blood shall wash out tbatI wordIWhenever youre ready say tho word cried Price You can do our washing right here and now If OU I please Not now sir but tomoruw worn Ing when time sun peeps over the tOil of that wild plum tree you must bo hero anti without fall Time report of the duel spread ro and wide and at an hour conslderab before sunrise a large crowd timid gaLl crcd on the dueling ground to wltueSll the encounter 1rlcc was the lIt Oil the field end for a time it looked aa If I there would be no Carpenter But true to his Indian blood the chief 1I1s dolncd coming too soon nt time appoti ed place as much as ho would 11110 feared coming too late and It was jllst as the first rays of the sun stole oer soft green of tile tree that the rcc1 man stood In place Not a word wall spoken by either titan Uoth drew their pistols and raising he weapons till tired almost simultaneously Carpe ter reeled but with a might effort checked a tendency to spin round an staggering tired as the crackiofhls Oil poncnts pistol sounded for the coud time This time 1rlee jumped high1 the air and landed on hU faceTatoi TTf deadWith a wild shout the crowd press ed forward to surround the lucky clue but before aid could reach him he tell sensejess Price hall been shot through tho heart clean as a whistle a reuinil able shot considering time condition or the Indian wizen he made It thud 0 shot Carpenter could huvgiiiada In the first place without n lie been as determined to kill as irk proved himself when his bullet burled Itself in the Indians breast flue Vice ot NnRRlntr Nagging miOjj5rnay not be aVce of the thin itfu fitjiious physician BUI gests hu that therls some trntliil his theory that there Is a s JentlQc basis for thls ugly nblt seems Ilkcl Perfect health has 03 oTe of Its actors conteljlImlnll A neri olla man or woniauXvho Is aitxlou discontented gloomy dlnsatlsfietl woi 1rlell from any cntmsoeiuu1mot This mental turmoil producesI as one of its primary body mmmi Inability 4o dlgcsf ooI1 proji j 11erly The blood whuicir should 8ul11lr1 force necessary fbr the fnnctloi of digestion Is continually drawn away from the stomach by excitement Mi time brain and time woman who nagi antlers Whllo1 there be tho8e whose tendency to iu3on fat Is so great that nothing wlltstop It n nagging man 01 1WOllll111 is generally thin TheJrhubll has partially stArved their bodies mredimest Time AeommodnUarI VcHt Vli VyuH thly do In tropical countries t boy was brought before a squire in a coal mining town on the charge of having killed one of the only scavengers ofthat country ftetvseverely reprimanding the boy the old squire who waa u German 11salel I Hue o1fO- s I haint got tbet luuch replied the x y Den I nne you 51 I haint gutt V Veil how tmmucIhf you got V The elO1l1l11fllM clltytIe ents All OU tT5l 4uIlrqIui frecmp Brain dcvciopmcntchff6und by rrt essor Seggcl of lunlcli to have two periods or acceleration from ten icreii and from seventeen to elglmtt toI Lu glrU amid from twelve to ind nineteen to twenty In boys At the period of most rtJfild Increase hI height from twelve to fourteen years ho growth of time brain Is less thai flelflhmmdredtb that of the body but at eventeen to nineteen it grows one hlrtleth as fast rnJ at twenty reaches megercnth of tIme Jolly growth Proof of Ailnma nxlnlcnce Dennis This lint lion noospnpcr says here was no such man as Adam Mike Are you sure there lIs1 Dennls Lnm surprised nt n man o your sins nlkln so Where dill your Adam ipplo come from New York Tele rammm gurriredIJinnT Attack What do you consider the most re- iiirkablc chnrncterlntlc of Shake penrcspInynV After u moments thought Mr Stor ilngton Innies replied EudllrauecWttshlllJtlu Star Your conscientious men are oftener DrtscJentlpus In withholding bait bif towIiigLamuuhturA rl1ll11 Lee pouniy tot iul I TUe Inrkln Stamper place on ittIl611all of hear Orec Nicui dwelling lit cribs anti barn never thing wnlerwfll fenced Trice rea inablo slid teimseaiy For partle- uanflll to r SAM JEllHlnphester KY kL rCtome slid h6 nt We will pleaj 11icb7ttiPCeAwrogIuCo JewelryTl t TIE SUNDAY SCHOO LESSON XIII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 27 Test of the LcauU u Cumprelieui Qunrtrrlr llvvlevr Uoltldi Ttst Mutt If Cuiiiiueularj IrcIr1 liy llov U M Steiirn Copyright tBOI LI Anwiion rum AtucUtl n1 LESSON lTbe boyhood of JIIIUS Luke li 4052 Golden Text Luke 11 t And Jesus Increased In wllll10ul and stature and In favor with Gol1l1ud wan The heart of this lessoil Is to my mind Ills first and only onlell utterance until lie entered upon Uts public mlnlslryI must be about mr Fathers business LKSSOX 1I1be preaching of lohll the IJnptlat Matt111 M2 Golden Text Matt Iii 2 Itepcnt ye for the tint dow of heaven Is at hand It hllel been foretold that the Messiah oultl Line n herald even Elijah till PIOlllllt who would prepare Ills way befi him Gabriel told Zacharlas that hIs son whom God would give him IIhould be called John and that he would her aid the Messiah In the spirit and power Elijah Luke I 17 LEssoN IHThe baptism and telllll tatlou of Jesus Matt III 13 Iv 11 Golden Text Mutt HI 17 And Ia a- voice from heaven saying This Is UI beloved Son In whom I am well 1111lIs 100 Consider the same words us those of the Golden Text In Matt nil 5 with the addition Hear ye Him IInll HOC how impossible it Is to please GOil unless we give heed to Ills Sou Wlh Ills first words In Lesson I put 1118 second recorded words of verse 15 or- this iMRon and concerning till temp tlon take comfort front I Cor x 13- and overcome as Jesus did Lessor IV Jesus rejected at Xl1z nrcth Luke Iv 1030 Golden Test John I 11 He came unto Ills own IInd Ills own received Him not Deck Ing Himself to be the one of whom the Spirit by Isaiah spake they woftld not accept Him but were so enraged at Him that they would fain have klllell Him With a word lie could have kill cd them all but time day of vengean was not yet He came to save not to destroy LESSOX YJesus calls tour dlsclpl Luke v 111 Golden Text John 11 31 If ye continue In my word theu are ye my disciples Not Ills first hut HU second or third call to these men as we saw when studying the Icssc and each time a call to follow lIIore fully Our bodies arc vessels and It fully yielded to Him lIe will not rull to fill them It is ours to trust and obey LESSOX VL A Sabbath In Capcrnaii Mark I 2134 Golden Text Luke Iv 40 He laid Ills hands on every one of them rind healed them Anoint with the Holy Ghost and with power going about doing good covers all Ills dally life Acts x 38 teaching bet liig comforting always full of rom passion never considering Hluiscl III the synagogues In private hous or by the wayside revealing God to sinful men the words and works t Goo manifest In Him that lie mlgbt win men to God LESSOR VII Jesus forgives IIIIIS Mark 11 M2 Golden ToxLJUhrk 10 TIme 3on or Maim hotll power on- earth to forglve slims Thcjjjianca tied by his friends anti wn brough the roof Into the presence c- pliifst a lIe preachicti to a cwde icTuso certainly needed heallngTor h body but our Lord sawthat he uecilc tore time forgiveness of his slims apl his lIe attended to first LESOX YIII Jesni and lie Sabbat Matt xllj 113 Golden fexfI tt- xii 12 It is lawful to do wehlwi the labbath day These self rlgfiteoui cligious people were tiiimkjmt a god ot- Ilhe Sabbath day Instead ofworsblplii living end true God on that day iviti our Lord by Ills healing on tuat lay would teach them 4hat to kuo the Lord of time Sabbath whfc cas 6 their midst was better thaVal bet t- 8clf righteous doings 3cr U 36 21- LFSSOV IX Hearers and doers of 4u rord platt vii 212J Goblet T it- Jasl 22 Do ye doers of tliewdrdu- mit hearers only A lot of so ertllei cllglon Is steve talk mimi nn onYu j to God andiuHu It III true that tl tiilJn- o usaivatlOhi hr works rClgltilFll1 cripture but only salvation lfthrecjpus blood of Christ as T1 ree- HItt to the penltent slnner LKSSOX XJesus calms the stop Mark Iv 3541 Golden Test Isfcvl 20 lIe uiaketh the storm a calm sc lint the waves thereof arc still Pea ml china should have no place lir tb leurt of a child of God for thepcrfec love of God casts out nil fear Join lv IS Hut like the disciples In the we are apt to see with tile nat Irout eyes only and merit Ills How ti ye have no faith LESSON XL Death of John jb Uap tlst Matt xiv 112 Golden Text lev II in He thou faithful Untf heath and I will give thee a crown or Ife Time ungodly prosper In thIs world for time whole world Jleth In tie ricked orme ls Ixxlll 12 1 John v 10 fho righteous n remilled to walk will tim who lias choscnJthem and to suf fer with Him mind liot to think II trange John xv 1820 I let Iv 12 13 1hll I 20 Seeing Jesus only lu Ills hand for His pleasure and laying Even so rather this Is tba believers ayr v I1Fslloc XII Jesus feeds tte five Mutt xlv 1323 Gqfdcr fext John via5 ls said unto them I am lImit Dread of Life1 Full ompasslon stiimg time limLmitiuil145In9- hOt haviiiK no shephenl feeding hem as to their bodjeii and speaking to them of the klngdoni of God this rats Ills way and slioufd Ve ours for Ill U still saying GiVp ye them to eat We may seem ip linie no re ources Jio power to doonytljlngi but IIc who Bsed and multliillcd he laulg- 3ave8 and fishes still lives Pure bred Iekln Uucks CinlUh In laim Joins chilekejis awl Ulg1smm Iluure r sale by M MirritiiNn Jacliiun Ky Iflll a billloiiB ntlnnk tale Clout rlulns Slomnch Jid Liner Tableln rjiilck reebvery Is cerluuf For ilk r Day Bros Co f T WANTED Tn buy pplflr logs fo x r r work 16 Inciies nnd up ii if igth will pay o 9hVv biyiii Q tEit- hI MANNER IN WHICHjTHEY ME FED BY THE WOMKEHS lHnKKunrtli III tkere Are XumcrnU III lie Illvo In mriIielstgutlii III iliiiliilNlrnllon ur InltIhUU Illncrvnl Ullli Wiup The safeguards provided against Hit odmlnUtratlon of poison o the tllIIIIUC oriental rulers ate rndlmeutniy COlli pareil with those which stand bttwctll queens of the honeybee anti such u risk Curiously enough this Is a 11hllll0 of the Internal economy of the Ilc hive which appeals to have oCnllcll observation In the Ilrltlsh isles no polsonc honey is collected If It exists the behave learned to avoid it Probal there is none as the honey from at least one dangerous plant the dead I nightshade is harmless Ivy hot would bu time most suspicious Of 1111 gathered on u large scale und It ollly exerts so far as observation I slightly laxative effect on time tllgestheI organs AlthouiUi In this country 110 poisonous honey Is known It Is lIIct within other places notably In 8hlUI Turkey It was In this region that Xcnophons soldiers were llOlsollcll 23UO years ago by honey from tho Azella pout lea a plant which UII flourishes III Ariucnlu Souio centur later a Iloman aruiy sUffered similar but less severely there being 110 deaths The precaution of compelllnt tbo cook to eat a portion of cerdlsll which is the usual safeguard of le9 poLio rulers or time still more Ilrhulthc plan of giving time first helping to a little dog can be eluded by n clecr ItorglH by having only onehalf of a bird or pastry poisoned III a wallllll nest ouch forageron returning 11fo cecds directly to fhejquecn and offrs refreA imcnt Consequently the futell Is sovictlmcs destroyed by slowly uct Ing pulMii Further as regards 1181111 It Is obscrvwl that when any Innlt not recently fedpcrcelve the iiuccn re cclvhnr food they become restless It neatly grown they wag their heads III a suggestive way which plainly COli veys u demand for a share Km11 forager after feeding the queen IIOl the balance of tile load direct to tile nuraci In the case of the honeybee one pos- sIble reason why no virulently polso ous honey reaches the hive mummy hc that time insect foolish enough to col led any would probably die us the 80 called honey sack Is really n stomach In which a preliminary digestive I1roc ess Proceeds This Is proved by the polarlscope vhlch jfiewg that wllllo the nectar of il l 18 pure enllP sugar or let t SbHlOllro In Ihe lilve cells Is 11x trose and lmalfcHniesTijr Dextiose hI Invert lugaralWhe variety of which In tile glucose of commerce Korag bees returning to the beehive place thc half digested product known As taint III their sioreroMM With other hone This mixing woukl hAve the effect or itteunntlwj a istulone1 load shout such be brought In Foraging1 bees never teed the Iuln or young larviP but they give n mout till or two to dronjsi Iii paMlug Just Before sealing for tlic meliimorplios11f workers and drones arefeti with lion uUed with i eilcut NotAo time youi IUCtftS who only get a further suppi of the Aiedlested milky substani mown as chyle which U the sust malice ot all tarvic ludlscrliuluntely du hilt time first three days of their exls mice During time cimryalIm stage thei I 91 no feeding It Is tho business of a rSip distinct for time time being to ci V othe queen afcdyoung rhoy fnif thi food from he stores anti suE alt it to time dlgtSthe proceiis rcfcrre tii after which It U regurgitated to upply time u eds ef time queen lanll yefing larvw The attendants lire nil iVrcKM aIm weh supplies only ami IffYniMHttty The queen bee is IO qifctlnt d tlmf her digestive system III c1 ef MHiliullating only the lire I fifjhjyIe She will die lu a I4IN ona comb contulnlng hone k kept at the temperature ot t Wiiit would appear that the lure gtilt mire It K olhctintC uoisummoum oIty Id re befor il VhiC i succeeded In Ii Illg luGme ttlt cirimtu- ha II qqcStOIht nF o- 51be = JirInt rItEL lionej in tIll stote- oisii jutlmet aftpMtImIt- omml Iiqe Jt r the Bl Kektiecimlchm the ipwJict Je itiufe hjumdtmim food It hnlltt Aate atiOjQoccurrcc1 that poUoneflt lione lI s iMBseil both these lines of defense Third Should the honey be still de erlous time alimentary nttehdants or- the juecn would first 8Un r ftidolly meMo bringing wholesome food woud reacb tier as a struggle for the prlyl lege of feeding her majesty Is contlui IIUy III progroM- Fourtbr Should the stores pass th tree safeguards before iHMitlonei still another viz thm1ic1 lltttBcIrqUAntity to affect her seriously 1rnm qucell Is always on the move and to feed her go great thUj lelsaoutinuaily bringing fresh bNil IiI front of her from which position olone food elm be administered Ni orker Leo would think of Jostling rcry one Rives way to the queen Uneasy mouarchs nnd others mn Ihid some suggestions In these nr ingcmeuts for securing their safety i robnbly they will decide to take tlwlr lanccs rather than avoid risk by Ih- IIIg on food which has previously beet g sed by subjects however loyal leotluc American Conl nnd rlm1JclInlid Wantil IVsnted on liundred ilioutand IIcre- soIJI1 and Umber liunU In I5I Steni mtucky for CASH fur Eastern lanl talltl Vrllelo 11 0 E thilTir LexliiRton Ky 011 id tlietqrmnilonsfn whlclrll Is found pd n eta for Oil ilrwjeloi1 il4vk YW1AtLK 55 5 Breeding and- Fattening Cattle I The practice or dehorning nnlmnli that mini tit u put Into feed yardtt hits come large Into voyiu durlus hit last ten or ifteon yearrf It IK getter ally vtnieodtil that nil things oonnld tired It iii much morn humane to de horn than it IH tv allow horned nntmals to run in time ynnta together says Iowa Homestead While the practice is coui mcudablo It Is the opinion of n hum tier of feeders with whom we have ills cussed the natter recently that It bat bcou carried a little too far When nil animals that mute put Into feed yards ore dehorned tIme tendency Is for them to bunch together too much during fly time In thin way ani mals become too warm nnd cause micntly will not make the gains that they otherwise would If they could be kept scattered Their object of course in bunching together lit to lessen tho agony caused by tiles Another disad vantage of close bunching is that t frequently results In tramping out tllIJ gran nlul destroying tho Mod Those who have tried It hut that by leaving horns on a few of their feed ITS nnlumls will thrive much better Some prefer one animal III every half dozen hornet while others claim that one in a dozen or fifteen U plenty to keep them from bunching There U no question but that there Is something III this theory and we offer it as n lug gestion at this time so that those who nro raising nnlumU extensively for block may be benefited thereby CUring n Juniiilna COY hone Is a surv vitro for the jumping cow says a correspondent in Rural New Yorker Take n pole eight or ten feet long tie a rupo around It nearly In time middle big end at the back and have tho rope fast to n halter on tho slow IT WOUKS cow Fan time rope to the pole 80 when the cow lifts up her head ulIl walks along the back cud of the 11010 will drag ou time ground nnd the toward end will lift up When tha J1Ieil to the fpnrc time end of the polu will rtiu ruder time fcncu and hold her bcnd ilcvni she cannot Jump Ilrlrtl flood For CulT The Kansas experiment station In reporting upon feeding drlcd blood n a preventive of scours says Dried blood Is not only good for a weak calf hut Is nn excellent remedy fur mummy calf subject to scours Wll till seventy until of young calves un der experiment nt the Kansas ktotlc during time past year there has not been a nlngle wise of scours that dried blood has fallen to check In feeding dried blood a tcuspooi huh nt u feed In u great plenty Th should be continued until the ncoui dliuippear In case of n weak calf the ullowiuicc tiny ho gradually Increase la n liTblcspoonful t a feed To prevent time dried blood from ttet thug to the bottom of the pall wliei the calf will bo unable to get it It IIay be stirred in tIme milk whllu the calf h drinking pr time milk nnd blood inuy be fro luiiiTedrately after being thorougl ly mixed Hlnca dried blood is such n chea and efTcctlve remedy It will pay nn one who talks young calves by 1I0lld to have a little available whenever a calf tdiowri sjgns ofdlsordeni in its d gcstlvc tract Itnlir llrtt Production When feeding for baby beef tile feeder can use mixed tired calves hut have bceii raised on creamery skim mIll timid wholo uillk It Is a saving to vat flnate the calves early no Itll to pievcn hlncklIFeed till culvcs twice dally morning nnd evening led In lots III the gam Ardor each time and exactly at tho same tlmo each day TIme hours or feeding should Ie arranged so that the calves will dovall time work of eating lu jjayllKht Ieeltholll what grain am III they wlll cat up clean wlthh hours utter feeding Mix the with time roughage and feet 5kIMiI salt In boxes under the here the calves tall have tne i rnll timmies 1lIe cclvis vita hI slielt cL wlth a common board shed diem II the north and open on tbe soutb mlc- WMer should be supplied In tanki reguJBtwl by float valves so that thi timiuks trim kept full nnd time calves par drink Vit will It the wenther is cold It II iuit to kwp a tank heater golnt in each tnnk se J8 to keep the watci at a temperMturc of about 40 degrees limrmim smith IloirfTalierpnliu Tent t A fweigu pfljvcr presets statistics It- T it out of 471SS animals Ijif 11 Ikhflo Uainfan u he tubercfulln lea LI Vlien slaiiKh tnber ulli or In ever ledi h u Iii Vt 1bi Hd- FAft aw 1mm copsut gAWLo has not AltowH MflqSP lerror In tbN failed In few eaW4i4et ta4luns- I the toot to tkatIS Jt tHIIIRC lion bctwwB smi4M M karamlesm bodies of tubercuter MfiraMl aetiv multi dangerous ouee isW D O Contractor for Thick timid Stone Work LnmNt4I Cement fur sal Gi him it call wImitgiPiidi D Lnek co t J 1 it A P QUA WFOIW JAillis BHOWtYv A t JAON WE 1 vV i AltK SOWAT IIOMK IN Till C rawfo Id Building And our trade so far has oxccodoJ our fpndwt hopeWe are dwpy grateful for tho generous putronngo we Itavd reotivwl in the jwstinJ will try to merit ovou inoro ill the futureOur stock U EAN AND FRESH And vaiff pose to naiiitniii our reputation forli dMrjJ thu Len jjooda IudI Fnh Honorublo iiiuiiig liulllho nion cotirttoua troutnigut QAandEEUn I f Respectfully A1 PftlRAWFORD A GO 5i5252525 1iiifri tIOVl DAY Irlentr- n F Iflw1pV1mce Ire JJ nl IJm JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky m Paid upCpitul 1500000 j Surplus T lOSOO- oI solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of L Amber Mauufaoturers f l s- I m- I A Timber Dealers j5 Business Men I Merchants IiIFarmers T rn i Thro m CTTirfveiitcky and olfur our Cl mora ht most m1 t a I 8 LkB RAL TERMS ffi Iii1tuin the liiains of legitiinivto liiisinoas ci COLLECTIONS A 2107SJ ON Tf PAdtl CHANGE H Ilac wnm Ike Scrcnlr Coil Al oullkrtc HIUIuu Krauci It may it kiu bat n seat ninou time SLvcnt itbrv i u It a charge cOllI about SMxfuuv IIIC 100000 or soiuctlmMJ ivuiy and a chare earns rol o t J per cunt net 11 year so ui a annual protlts lire from 30iJou iw 1ltJiJO or moro In eJ K tuunllcijitlonal tll I lire dlvlilid nh ug a i Irul associates ror It rarely 1101but an agent I t the sole bwnti i in seat More often 1111 Las paM i hulf of It or u thin cf It and tiA or tour vlleiit part uurti wii tk rust iind who ma UKaln Ui i jjirtiitr so that you will lieu r HOU owning uu eight or a six Ih f 1 scat or even a thlt tyiccoti3l urSi leiiitf simple Invest menu t IiI turr no rights or prlvl ICKCB on lbs Umrf As to urocurhls charge the thin has not e of tile stuck exchange Him pllclty where tllmalu leaulrcmeu for gut lug a Cu U to Ie abla to pay for It Ilnr ii 11 Into iiiniit tin a Frenchman amplTreuWBLntynv yean la lie nfiit Imvu aiTved ou yvan1 certain oruis of butlnes Uo umtmr iKi njiy acceptable to thu ogcllt ID he would purcliasi the III ten to hU family in Iudln VH putt be passed upon eotf format vot lnZ a e Jolnl some vclec chub There must be lie mitumiim Tf i record and IK siumr nol character A can duuhiutiuyt recently for ba- dlituiIIpurriiWtt for 110 fault of hiso- Stmm I Liii brother had beei commc etlln iUonable tralllacUollII Ill Ii tiits4 roruibly ettieml there Is stilleded lb approval ot the mini tcr oBflnancc land the sanction of time heaiTof the goycjnwentCiovclaimd- MotTt In Celltury- I J I PITttAND POINT futhdefle Lit- cj1iy iii aiwa s dlvimme A humus uliot a cure Tl time to toast lit when you dont jiMwlio otbenr humility cannot wear nonor 4 fThe lte t kind of hope II that which lends a Land An empty dl nlty U ai valuable 111 a hollow dollar The work c tthl life write the louse ot the n zt llltcli lotr wagon to a star but muleJ prison bars aro our hablU You cannot sanctify your slui by glllug their cinsequeuceM crosses soul with wings uiou i not worry Jt1 tbe rcLi 1 TribUIle1 Qtrtwwor c Of1 f r J II 11 J I Y h- IJ TWKNTVTWO IIItOWNKI hark IMily CuIrussiIimks After Out lUluii llh llurk Jlomi Dublin March nTbo Ocnnuii bark MonK collldml with time Hn IUh bark Lady Cairns oft Uiihilri bay Time Lady Cairns sank In a tow minuted Her crew of 25 wu drowned Tito Mona which was much damaged was assisted Into Dublin harbor Time Lady Cairns was a threemasted Iron hlp of 1180 tnnsBho was oom manded by Captain T Kvnns nndwaa bound from Liverpool for Tlmnru New Zealand Ulio wits built In Ilfll fast In I8G9 and was ownol by 1 TJitl loch of Swansea Tho Mona was com mantled by Captain SchwartliiB and was last reported nt Ardrenxan Damage by Prairie Fires HcmlnEford Nub March 21DU nitrous pralrlu fires have swept time range country Tho ground being dry tho lire burned till touts tt thin grass In tho ground doAtroylng ft for grazltiK for three years Ono IIlthl burned la six miles wide smith 12 inllb Y long another moru than 20 miles long 1 anti very wldo whim an iUr strip still burnlns north of thu Nlohrara river lice III to ho even morn exten sive llanoh sheds harps groves on timber claims anti property along tho railroad has been dcintroyed Suvural narrow escapes from death aro ro ported from tho ranched Small Boys Revenge Cleveland 0ulurchi 22 necaiuo tho landlord threatened to oust hU father for not paying rent James Johnson n sixyearold boy yet lire to a house on Irving street and was suf focated to death wlitlo two other boys out 4 and time other 2 uri lying at time point of death Mrs Catherine Newman aged 81 was carried train v tho hurting house and miuny dip tiHa tbo shock vKVr V tThe Mnii In md Time onuiiuuamy mmiii lii hove isn lIorry 1 1 sight compnred wltli bin inltre w vllo diinukcH his love lOIllIlIoun l and HIII tlnunlly dlsupnolnta the woman who wishes to neo new lights 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