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II EREi1llTT COLNTY l a E 1 i 1 1 iF 4 j 4 1 ItF 1 Ir J Wsn jy UAINdr Ktlitor Jyat lull Itihjialior iJ ti ffR1Jr TJo o ti ONE DOLLAR PER YKAR IN ADVNCICsJ t i 1 1 Volume III It 11Vr 1- fr 1ily AlllI- J iuoJ hI L Number 25 4 1 JAPS TACTICS FAIL Another Attempt to Bottle Hussian Fleet SENT IN FOUR ARMED FIRE SHIPS HuvtlHU Sciuolillalit DUnlniril Ir u coca nf thn KiiKiuy Itiuxliin Tor ip ia lloiit llrilruyrr Iorpedu lruiiliijt Milp Diverting Ilia Fu uf uiiil Illlnx 1hant on Miorr 8t Ietnrsburg March 28 Under t cur of h IUlelll Sunday morning Vice AJmlrnlTogo mndo nnottmr des iwratu attempt tg bolds up the Hus lantloctln Port Arthur but ho tail 3J RKaiti and wliL nner daylight VI Admiral MokalctlT stoamud out to give battle JRi oso cciininnndor raorfjsu l thu challtugu nnd Ball J uway The Japanese practically repeated the tuctlci of fob 24 by nendlng in 01four fire ships preceded by n lorpo t boat flotlllu with tho exception th the fire kIIIBtlll tlmo wero nrm with lIol l klu suns for tho purpo of koepluK off tho Ilusslan torpu boat destroyer r Tbrt tlimnya attempt wow dlac ntctl by mean of llu shore search t UsMs HBd a heavy firs was opuu from the batteries and from two gun aJont which wero guarding the eu ironcA to thy harbor Tho Ilusslan torpedo Iwat destroyer Bunt was out p side OH Scout duty and to the dRIb and norvu of her coinnmndur Itutitan ant Krlnll4kl Is chlully due the com Plato defeat of the plans of the la ununo flu at once made atralclt for thu oncoming shlpH undor a hall of fire from Iho HotchkUv guns and t br t peilood tho lending ship which kheurcd off followed by tho others 0 thrco oi them huing plied up on ti shore under Ooldvti hill and one under + tho lighthouse Thu Sllnl thou Kugud tho entire lib torpedo boats by fth13 enemy coming out from a terrific t fight whir seven killed and lien com manlier and 12 of her complementk wottndctl but on tho Japanese sldo only ono boats crow was saved In addition according to unofDclal r tKirta It Is bolluvvd that Iho Japanese I lUll two torpudo boats The Japanese cruisers which sup sbapatri T f c a took a Bteain launch ami oxamlnedthe J fire tthlps hour later the Jnpntjoso torpedo i- An Ula+ followed by Vlcu Admiral To jSv tlirfiW lip fiom a southerly direction Just at daybrenlft Vice Ad mint Makuroft with his fleet Tail ed Ioul to otiKHRo tho enemy but after I the ships and butUTlos trod tired a tow long tlletanco shots Vice Admiral Toco decided to decline the lathe aad dlsappoarcd to tire southward r Tlio news ut the ropuloo of Vice Amoral d Togos second attempt to block lon Arthur crcntud much rejoicing hrthe HUMlau capital nnd among all r cfassey the gallantry of tho Bunt and e hnr commander is the subject of high t pralstn but hove all the moral etlucturn of 1 tee Admiral MakarofTs willing nun to ugaK tho llomy showing t that hoi consldorod himself strong enough to fight produced a splendid t Improtilon k General Ma Mqves Northward Parts March 2STho Matins liar bin correspondent says Chi nasal protestations of neutrality Gun end Ma purslsts In advancing Into Manchuria If thin movoment l com Lined with the Japanese operations 1 the HiiHulana will bo obliged to act against Qenoral Ma Ho continues to move northward although tho Poking Koycriimdnt Il Is understood has or r to r tltP Will Soon Clash Paris March 21rho Kcho Park St Petersburg corrosponde- Stysvthee wt war olflce leneral IItalt ex poets that tho first land engagemeiita i ill tho fur mast will tako taco In about v r a wftok It 1e eatlniatod ho adds that II r Gii Brat Kurokl commanding the y t Jy JafMIftOe army in ho lhIXyaRg r re4tlwa has a total strength of 70040 men Including a brlgid of real ry and 180 cannon Reltzensteln Takes Prizes t Palls March 29Thu St Ptters burg corrospondont oftho 1etlt Par idea snyu It Is reported that tho Vlad t ivostok squadron under too com nand of Captain Heltzonsteln tae re 4 turned to Part with several prizes In eluding a Japanese warship of Jape Defeat Cossacks f1 London March29Tho Seoul f respondent of the Dally bull ea that In an engagement March which JapancHo infantry hud w1 Cossackil between AJu and Cho Ju tho Japanuso were victorious but lost 60 killed Passed Japanese Fleet Chefoo March 28Theltaamer- t t Active tae arrived here from Kobe 1 JnpuinJrhl reports that ou the2j1 mat pastttd a fliet of Jupane tfaiispeVtB convoyed by cruisers the inland sea They Vero bound Korea SlnkrIt Is uorPort Arthur hint It k t i Kt the es sol can bo refleet VJf s+ 0 ee4fPittsburg ky S llvan a mill worker of MeKfcBpert accd9 idiot ninth Instantly hlll S Oar cella Farrell aglI21 antlthtlttlltt- lte pistol to his awn head Inniatlngria- fatali wound Tha crime was obmralt ted at the home of Mta Parrel ba F1Jtottatreet Uiisjelf1 ISW- v i 3 i Ir6 I 2 f 1 IIUNIItID311Qlllbhi JIpter PotirliiK ThroiiKli U tll l Wutiaih Itlvrr Lev 1 onoJpalong the Wabash river near akto wu broke and the water sashed brow covering thousands of acres nd dr Ing people from their home 3ta loft just In tlmo to save th irV and consltlcrablo live Block w slroyod The watnrlnlhel1 lhl 21 feet andrjhihg E rl rdand Tr rnaut railroad D nJan gored sad a washout li Imm nt Three Lives Lost Marion Ind March 28 kree lives havo been lost In the f twuon Gas City aud Jonesborp To McQovern Robert Howo aw Willow Carter In efforts to reaciio t b e fawtv- B0 of James Martlu from p ilwolll all caught In mldstraw werw droxHc1 frozen to loath In tke1ItI401108 ltree and la this drlftwlbd WUIs Carter who wass takes 0 ii a lid M I house after more tuna 12 Goo Jopent In the hood Is dylai from MnyVftjfrismontslo t oyFloods In Mlchli Detroit bitch March ecs p rriPO edetlyloss cawed Iy the ctlc and rivals of lower Michigan testu ly estimated at over 11000000 Lansing alono tho figures are lacu1- al 1200000 Two lives have been lout those ef an unknown Aracnlan who was stftndlne on a bridge at Lanslri when It collapsed and was wash Inta flooded street at Owasso Reports from many places tell of a steady downpour of rain with no sign of a letup Wok of Storms 1 0Little Hock Ark March 21Lact week was a weak of storms In Arkan ofBas All wires are still In tho north part of the state and tb6 damage to property and the number of tires lost has not boon ascertained Fifteen casualties have been thus far reported Many people were injured Friday Bights toraadoe swept through puts of northwestern ami western Kansas anti Oklahoma Tim town of Mountain Home suffered se verely From the meager reports IIthul tar received the damage to prop arty will amount to thousands of dol taro The death list It la thought wilt be largely Increased who all rev ports are received 7 Filipino Pardoned I Washington March 29 the recommendation of SljCrltarJ Taft the president lire a full pardon to Servlllano Aquino the brig alter general III the rbllPPln tueu Ir glint army who was sentence i by military committee to a long tjjrrn uf Imprisonment for having It was liged ordered the summery eiiec II i flea of the American prisoners dartIJ the Insurrection In the Plilllppluts t May Be TrulILondon March ZSThe Dally Malls Naples correspondent aayrtG leaving the steamer Kaonlg Albert Emperor William asked whether bIs state cabins would be left l1t had occupied them On the captain rnr awerlug ble questloh In the iF iatlvo Emperor William said Ob U U ls It JteGreat mlltake I atn sure vf Americans would pay say tintto ve lu tho cabins occupied by n I Burton Found Guilt St Louis March 29 After liber sting 41 hUurs the JurYlattti Unit States district Ie of Joseph It Burton senior scnaco tram Kansas brought In a vordfrt ill cullty on tho chargo of having II opt ed compensation to protect thu in OresLi of tho Rialto Grain and g cures company of St Louis before lhtpolt doolUco department h Schoolteacher Mining i Ctlumbus 0 March 28rMli Clara Ifelfer a teacher af the Frankllnton school left her cad only in her night clothes toning atom an attack of hitBuf tratlen and hast ocenr rfearwi she jumped into tyeScloto tlvarWrtedr her home and lit will be dragged in that vlclully Official Count Necen- Lttle Rock Ark MarJ I furls from 4 majority of t of Arksnuts holy that G riavii has probably carrj counties to give him the Del nomination for a third term a dozen counties the vote Is i that tho official count will be sary In order to decide I Murdyempanel e against Hllbert V SoddOrt Jo Shealy and John each with murder They are charged flooser a saloon matTattempted to rob serTo Hant Cotton March InBlgll announces that neg t Ii a urei at present being carried cotton spinners of BelgKl SInlft and Great Drltaln with a ku iti establishment of a iynulM Iig AIVorlcal1 speCUlation lit ra re8 rlcttng the outpuff oP lured oodsti Hanged HlmaelfiRI111I1 Birmingham Ala M t Ralph Armstrong under r tdeath for the murder M n hiss Alice Armstrong Ill teenu three Months ago b fd tell his cell at Tuskes Ito was ol the lato Colons Henry Clay ArIn11 thong United States ml lst o Brazil I I J r I tlt i J 1lu PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS SylilrmIyfly1u the llrlrfntl Kami uiul Kciorvoil Column1aTUESDAYI- IR Half tho asparagus crop cf Califor nil was destroyed by tho recent floods ln the Sacramento valley WaulioutH cue to tho recent hea rains havo seriously Interfered wit train service north of Louisville ofqwarn the Moorish pretender Is again aetlve Qonnau foreign oltlco denies report jul an Intended demonstration against yIlO7lIeI to compel tempt iwttle went claims rotesnllagalnstBuaied April 1 by the toasts comet tea on prlvtlexes and elections andIr near Urownsvlllo Pa by an etploalon ot dynamite causal by a wrhtnan strik ing a charge with Lit 1ltk Trafflc on tlio Grand Trunk railroad proAlwa tlO roller from Windsor caused fbyj Iho Jhaiuca river over Anwlntr g3111r1 111Y car 11115 Marx Nelder mcycr and Vundfne were denied a now trial 7 A tornatkicaused widespread ruin thrmighout tho Maud of Mauritius MarThI2 ATbo 1ettlnglll t Co newspaper ad ertl lngagcncy hUll placed lu uuair4 hi tho hands tit IU creditors During a saloon tight at Doan vIII 0 a twining hamlet George Warren aged 22 killed OeorRa Schoonover Tho result ot tha CorbiittDritt fight was a bitter disappointment to Cor belt who regarded the decision as un just At least six men are thought to bay 0 lost their lives by tho initial of a cage in a shaft of trio Doiranco colliery near Wllkeubarre Pa Paulino luau tho actress liasbegun dlvorcu proceedings Bfulnst George to Mclxillan well known theatrics manager whom Rho married In 1892 EA11It1111 Order of abatomont was Issued by- 111thc roan clotlng the poolrooms In ingloa Iyorofessttr Carl Schumann curator ft the Itoyal Uotanlcal museum In i licrllii Is dead- a The total number of balsa of cello rotlucelia the United States In 1903 abtwas1Q399f59 Tho Pennsylvania Railway rom ponys frolght station In West Phlla deTphla was destroyed by firs entail itfg a loss estimated at 35000 Mark Abrams president of Dalera- It eencort hollWlI1 fatally shot Jollies Tracey In Uelovon hall In Chi iclnnatl Tracey was arrested 4 A sensational drop In prices of the moldings of tho Miami and Erie Tmns portallon cOmtl811Y followed the de ifeatot the carat bill In the Ohio legl tatrfro Ill Manila an a charge of consplr By to defraud tho custom by fu- tMjing r Illegal entry of nonexomp coo W n Ilallcntyno was sepal- ed IS by Judo Ambler t KllinAV AjjKnnsas City lightning tired Jones hers goods store canning a JOM of 130000 Western Union company toes se lurof telegraph rights along the illo i Jhe Salt Lnkd railroad W ellident Roosevelt will press tho nn which will start the machinery t jie Str tools exposition bo National Live Stock assocla 1 5pj has optioned the largo packing JacibDold of Kansas City 1 iiailobertBonvDiuilop real estate t coot Washington D C commit suicide at Lexington Ky by jiootin Several persons wero Injured In a collision on thu Great Northern be jynm a passenger train and a snow w near Drowning Mont- TIIUItSIIAV Andrew Isgrlgs 19 Arthur Ever rt 18 and Edward Hert 21 altot I rrorspnvlllo mid were drowned In u QhV opposite Louisville M Detroit George W Bergman a sic dealer shot Constable Joseph melzer who haul served aWlltofI ctment on him and then killed iself ii the Island of Ltupn F Jta faIo Sakay socalled president otifie llpplne republlcakd IE of lust lot ers welYkhl ap a recent ea r fin n eastbound liasMuger traJmVoa lake Shore Voad ran ph and oollliled with a at Northeast Ia ream II bus injury to wV al pefefM tlIiUN IAY aceleplod a 1 Ion of tlrt Safes treaty 1syAdal lenusnt- in t appoinUxt J+ ew York br It S 1HIl f609 t IO qptan rtttf SB k America andWheni fused to budge aai eared any one to niake hum move The annual report of the Inspector building and loan associations In Ohio reports 731 associations The galas aweta VttfIOl22IU22 a dlicreasiytat riP7lt1ir12 J1 w I i0 tr BUNCHED PARAGRAPH TjilBAND Sentence or lliil ter Alllriiiiil hy so pirate CovetNorrt Flrrt In Moini tulni Sev ro Sturm ut Oivrnriiuru 3b1Jor 3lcglnllnn lteignt Nauhvllle Twin March v The sentence Imposed upon Kr v H A Cherry was alarmed Gy tin come court Hev Churryw8s coo don juryhport a claim for indemnity armigt a tire Insurance company4nnd in puny ishuient fixed at threesear r hrrj created such a uro ii rnurl that It was necessary to handr uff him and removebl1 fr0intho char lcr Remarkable Will Louisville Ky March 29ioploi ionbllrStItshave Leon received by several p oml Went business men of Louisville ideals of the lend man Ihncl Strader after directing that all lily rudybeashes taken to Louisville his lash place Diane to be scattered on Ue waters of the Oulo river If ufm this process roads the will UK angel Gabriel for whom I have all due respect can with his trumpet arouse mo from the dead he is o darling and I will take off my shad owy hat to him I will pass away tic Hevlng In no other Deity than thai which Is specified byPopa as lm DI tho first great cause least undor stood believing that my first duty It to my fellowman and that ho olio tiles this life In Justice to his peoplt and follows the precepts of him wh said Lore thy neighboring thyself hoe nothing to fear from tho here after no matter what It Is Witt host wishes to you all and dricT hearty 0 Wanted In Kentucky Newport R I March 29Private William Lattell of tho Eleventh Coast artillery company at Fort Adams way arrested as a fugitive from justice n Information furnished by the uteri of Pulaskl county Ky that tho jH dler Is wanted there on a charge f murder Lattell says he kninv notli Ing of any crime suck las that for which ho Is wanted Cadets Punished JLexington Ky March 2F Sevn- of the cadets who art attending h Kentucky State college from tlr mountain district of the state hav been found guilty byIthc board of discipline of dlsordiSrly pondiict aml Insubordination and summarily dun missed from their quarters in th dormitory although permitted to at tend school AutomobllltU Killed Maysvllle Ilya Marsh 21The- n bodies of two unknown men vet found on the Ucntouvlll plkLv Shoat 12 miles northeast ofi tfifs city Near them wag found the wreck of an auto mobile Heavy rains washed out the bridge which was hid a turn In the road and f1elcldcntb ran Into the vacant space 0Mountains Ablaze Owlngsyllle Ky llarcli2SForcst first are raging In the mountains In ThebBecms to cover several mountains Thousands of valuable trees are be- Ing destroyed and the toes will a large figure MatiytrSldcnctis are in danger ISt Noted Daptlst Divine Dead Owensboro Kyv March 21Jatnos S Coleman one of the toast noted ministers In the south died at his home In Ohio county aged 77 years He has been for two years assistant moderator of the Southern Baptist convention and ef the Ken tucky Stiffs DapUiraaMaiofaUpn for 16 years J M ii V MJar rigeaigna- Lexingt f V2 + Major n u M iirwiro inrtaaiiy yenta lies b cilfljHOont if 5ayro Instltuto one educational Instllnf tats icrect his tli tn to tilt tttklfiereseRti tett Advl1n d laiveh as the e uI Qf his reslgim J to Fifty Barns Gone Qwensboro Cy Marvin 28 Thl ftlon was visited bytbo stbrm In years More than 50 barns vyera blown down Much stock was kllMlj 5vory wooden bridge was itI away Onefourih of the wheat In Davleos eounty la under water rr thiiitKlih Two lad March 23 Mll BKbAra and William U living a few miles sae pert killed Instantly by a VHghtntna during a storm Tho which they were driving were kllledJ Ifs Tenn 1farcbS8J Jl Bftllard a swltchmna t14 i ol Lebanon Ky was cruehedhdtwe- etie ni drawheads of cars Inthe IinHola Central yards hero dying two llours later Damages Awarded Los Angeles Cat March 2b3IiR Anita Kelly of Now York was award ed a verdict of 35000 damages ant costs against a Santa Barbara hotel company for the loss ota limb in a elevator accident in July 1903 tit- i ued for 150005 J f FURNITURE NEW AND SECOND HAND a yrII awK 2 AItt S SETTLES I r- a L Jacksona t Kentucky i Wo can iuniisli you goods jit thefollowing extremely low prices 1 I 1 Ii r BwUleads front 5100 to SfiiOO f R JWsprings from SI 00 to 8500 Bureaus fronrSBOO to 1000 Vfashstnnda ffontoO cents to 500 6 Cook Stoves From S150 to 1250 25 h4- sl IS ho If 1 I fc v I 1 f I h y Lookl Gc clod oQ a 4 DY 1 of the J with can of are j for the tar wit 1 F a ill 3 in + I 0 Itad like yours once hut when how It iniulo me look 1 off I bad u 1IIel yours n ttGcn I renlizcvl that i t cut ott 1 l trh tone sad I tea sou sure to marry 3ISs TGata ther Shor =extept lllau 11lit I lMy dear lauld the man I love you move tliuii I toll lint I I tell mo In figures helices Icy tones t fa goo Look at t veils on ill head this science i et r LrQ t 1+ 4r + II J Ldt t Iron Beds from 250 to 000 f Tablos from 350 to S 500 front 50 cents to S3 OItfrom cents to 100 Suite front to 3500 We carry Couches Kitchen Safes Stand Tables and itsnyou will surprised Yours truly G S ETr Jackson Kentucky STREETI IIII TIlE HERO A HIS band of cap tTHE A woman of the type i What tlieso la dies saw when they looked out of into the storm you will see and K7 OUR NEW line tdry life r life tQd wlth which you fa whose fortunes you follow 0 ytt- SMri IIJI iI7unn1 rVnibNl liaQMctit IHuUaAiid rnlsllllii Outytf Hoxley otrgugesl lIgolIth hllnIIII- SllllrlulI property Uaionuet Oldgold lllustratwl UliswV Impecunious cnjfAiui 1vurdato lu JioltlstYOII 1nud Dining Rockers Olmirs Parlor 1000 Our New Story fearless country ENEMIESA murderous white HEROINE gloriouS young highest American their window STORY The GCntl man From Indiana ajr BOOTH TARKINGTON pulsates WlietlierstttFdilY battling pleadtreathless interest tStor will bedin our Next Issue sRInks1 ouldnjHiivJ4 RoxlyyAuy- t lucnmbnuutean MhtOiluueybaRS reJoIiiMJbebeltilJrul DIqtrJllllgoTlltie1tt lrlsonllrJJbinekiieagolnihune afo editorr muchmore I I VarM nuit lllrlh Statistics of jKulutlou tteeui to above that utter long nnd severe wars In Which many men ure killed and the male part of a countrys population is Krontly ileiieascd lucre Is for several yenta u preponderating birth of male children until thu normal proportion jivtwvcii the sexes U restored This Htonrn to have been noted after the Thirty Years war in GernilnylIttlr thu Napoleonic war in Franco and even In moro recount times after the siege of Purls Johnnys 1rle sanalle Johnny Iaim I got the prlro for nritlnuotiq today I did an example on tho blackboard out of my own head 1apa What Was It Johnny Johnny Winy I did our baby weighs eleven foul threequarter pounds She gains one ounce n flay When she Is twenty Him will weigh 450 poundsCblclllrtJ- l lat Condeuied Do you buy condepsed milk mad nmAr presume that we must but I nev er thought of it before always order two quarts and pay for two quarts but It never measures more than three pints l J L h W r f 4 r 1 i1I V 1tJI w ji t r L r The Origin of Dance riI A dunce is named uftet Tiunj Bcoraa the chief and leader of tine schoolmen who were in opposition to what was eIcalled the new learning J In tho six tiareadilyAny opponent of tho new lenrnlngiwould be apt to be referred to as a toXDuuNI Imo or more briefly as a Duns to Indicate that he held the views of Which Duns Scotus was the most eml nent representative Hut as the time wont on and the new learning triumph edtocall any one n DUUMIUQII or a dunce would be equivalent to describv Ing hint not merely as opposed to a certain set of doctrines but as inca pable of learnlug and enlightenment It Is certainly hart upon Dims Scotus as Archbishop Trench Lag remarked that he the subtle doctor bypre eminence thu wittiest of the school j r divines as Hooker terms hint shouldrr have his name handed down to t tpldUy t- S k Routine of s Cklncaa School Each Chinese schoolboy ifurllush his own stool and table f work and the four precious articles 1 which are tho Ink slab a cake of India ji I ink u brush for writing a With these he begins his i 1 of learning to write and 8Udplperi f f sands of Chinese dtIJ ore to open the way to classics and n knowledge of this an Jfff dent literature and wisdom means ed k ucation to the Chinese At tho 9penlng 51 t of a Chinese school a paper on whichVfis written the name of pasted on tea wall Before this lionFored name the pupils and teachersr I burn paper and Joss sticks and x i bow their heads three times to the floor The teachecthen tells Confucius the day the month and the year and iliege for Luis favor Everybodys Mag- c azine jo T I a ti Suukeikla la Bird Ned i r The great crested flycatcher chooses fur its nesting place a sheltered hollowrbough or the abandoned excavation j a mode by the golden winged wood pecker Illn architecture Is peculiar on account of the unusual materials he uses In every nest you will find a bit z of dry snakeskln and shreds of soft tuner bark of trees Among hundreds of nests examined not one has lacked these peculiar substances Naluriib3Mt fats have tried In vat to discover why the bit of dry siiatesklu is cboeia It doss not seem to be of any uieruTtha structure ot tlJuri nest s quite often + t hiveloosely ou tlletutllrrh can lesaly IKt late the wo bolt oaalblyt the t1catyesrrda ltt 1 a cholco bit of ofnamwUtloB + J Grlut Relic A prison sale la held ally in t Ports The IIrttcrcsoltir for snloeriore the clothes df murdered people t tho Instrumeiifs wit which the crimes have boomcommlttit and tho effects which have belongedorthu deceased prI80u era Articlesphkk + ve been taken to the prefecture orrpollco and + have not been claimed we also sold The proceeds go to the Paris alms rhouse Unclaimed Jewelry la usually bought by ordinary brokers put the articles which have belonged to crlm t hale especially those who are note rlous are bought at high price To Ofe JacKJOn ooli Iii You can get cash for your chwUiTby calling si A8 Johntotdt re ko 411 y of A + 1rI N Tim I3RGATIIITT NEWS j Au Tna J WlSli IIAdlNS Editor Lrlriiiy April lIt 1004 frbui stor PKOPESSUKYAL CAUpslMosea 7 a lliu fNui HAOIMS 0 X UUWLINO sitting I1AGIKS ifcljgWLINGA- TTOHNEYSA r iskcd Olllcepver lo 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to cv tJlut I Jyer post office in Terr Gotinty gars J and almost ono ifiXee j fa saved gofliti Otvslohlid Wolfe Conn ties Ifou want lo reach the ll1ounfI tainridutn an iiyn iho BKEATII icven that TIT Nhwex i r proud HWe will next week the nC1SeriI11atoty Tin Gentleman from 4 diana This is a very j interesting story and vo are sure old yon will likoit It will continue for several +Week If you are not alreadyaflnbsCribor subscribe A n1W dw WnWttll IhitIirst i md A of tIiu This iq a iW 1efrJ tttro weJljHvo added to the News 8111ri9ao ylfr n as this Story is fthlsllCdanel wo i111tee you another one 1 his r hove wldwl another paper the men A1l1cricart1arll1er to our clubbing so list nail we are to give this e 1I absolutely free to tho next If ono lhumdred persons who payus 8100 jbii Rttbrcription to very HreatfuttbConnty News Como in and subscribe now and take i acJvIn erro of this great offer while Wero1P will giro to this next one lil1l11Ir lLllu sertlers uthel nowJ tif htit is ttnticrlptJon toSOI lie11 ii RIk 1Clhlllle F1irlier- or Trfii A rtrl+ i ir n Fnrlllcr wHo JI 1801 ears 8ubscrtptioniTo l lel3atht t County News dl5nnlnof this at once as t iII soon bo withdrawn n to Jiul the Sniuo Jlcaiilnn 4erotis Old ljuy Lin saloon ot r rOh steward where do J thc L stewardR hat Is the number him 4 s berth 111111117 crvous Old t l o ll see JIA that das to do IC 1 it If yoltlnuat know It Is 1 fjTra A viV Ilcnr SioJ sA I who Tcuiaigkod the t homo hi tile dearestspot onton i I c Yes verily rejoln6d the head of inntrlmonlnl trust ns ho finishedY uJidlllngInBt months grocery bill like Ijnto A same Hint t s llejSSo Casey was killed by th Id81whit I 8 1 miirrrUlHiJiid e t be FNnfeTheory s r Her KatlHir Uin what do 10donl1 t count tt support my daughter Iinpe I cunluuaSuitorUpon your unwilling J T a uoestosee her itarvai r h 11iilhfouunttHekhike Chsm- y if jtf Tnblollj YerYllJi8JrllllI1I or H 1 tor jI JiII 1cI J ioJq Ii J6 J ift oJ- II t r 0- Y A LITTLE NONSENSE A Result of Sams Foollcli Mistake In JHiltinO Back is ylilijtricl Attorney John C Dell of ly who recentJyroturnetl juilt the south pro lt olil white headed nogronntncd Its was one day walking nlong road wluii ho snw young Bain on the frncc grumbling to jccn and looking very sullen immi Wlias do mnttnh wid yith Sam Sir the old darky Whnh Toh dis ycre blackness that Oh its nil dal Mars Fairfax the reply Ah cant get nlong put him nohow Ah guess Ahin the to leab him lie cusses mo heats tne all do time Look ahyuli Sam why doan rlhEcrt yuh dopondcnco once in Dats do way tor do Wen veldt Fairfax cusses yuh yuh cuss slaer hack few days later old Moses came he the road once more nnd saw Sam sitting on tho fence this time with his face all dig Ccw ns if he had been in a fight generallyWh9 asked old man Tears like jnth done an ran inter one of dem steam of- moines Jt3 nil yuh fault Uncle Mose done taken yuh udvice Ah went in de fid de udder day nn in Fairfax he come along an he me Den Ah ups nn Ah cusses for- him back HIGH Foh de lans sake man said sonic Mose rolling his eyes yuh ior let him hvcar yuh did U I Philadelphia Press Ilt Her View of Economy senate the is puts 111 iary l coals n much mhay I house lion bill Mrs Economy Ive been reckon 1 other time up our expenses dear and I find YO1 speud 100 11 ear 011 ci Now if you were to cut itIeonehalf thorojvould be enough Ifer to keep inc in hats for six months SCQ how I study ec nomJ infcYeJcttcr complimenting inc on was one shtfrt Btory That KfnsFhave made yo Iecl exp It It n tttJli Jo and Vhnt dill ft dS r Why it only made me feel thatthe didilt get enough f6rit yhcn 1 E- lliitChicago Pod What Chocolatec Lead Toi1Jyoung niaiijn Emporin Kiln an open account with a local flng idllggist for two ycars lJhe other fll IU1Clllle Cor his bil rhol1rgt ship on it was a box of chocolate tho last was n nursing bottle = ought to be a lesson y ilng not to let accounEtaml open cw long BrogkJ nKagle t JFortuneloug mans dpor tlcThat cxplrfinsit tlExplains what How we came to misslier Why nn she the bell snl1knockiA Deferred Dliclple I thought you werent in during Lent Wcll Hemry aCterth frlgilJalnlIlohrlla I td 4 Sad Icabyear foY WllI nperlya How aoT1 Promised Id quarry tho little fur tfoflitt girl and n out that there rich Gimhleton widow wanted Al Cleveland Plain Denier worth en A Gueii fc ers What is Bliggins practicing on violin r I dont know answered the man has no Hut it bunds like vhjsceftonWashingam Star No Le teen Why you Said you could skate yards the wind and I find you cant fifty nt nil the Well noithb r cnn tho wind in Irowniujrs Mnguzine hav hoc several hundred ihtiU re rded durlntt my term of ofllce n oiintV Clurk These nre vnlunblo III- Iha owners of the hind and t would glad for them to coll pay the feesOrn lake them out J Wife Hsln tlrurIe- 1lIlce and exumlne slock MSOrnln aonlDunerf witl Armoura lestircth tneati I t f PATHETIC COINCIDENCE 1 It is u pathetic coincidence When old President Krtiger fails in bod powers the sturdy Doer fctnte ho up begins to disintegrate lhjI nerity that was to como to ns Ii + subject land bus foiled to appear inhabitants are emigrating its rat lopnlation is dwindling nnd to replace ie tho deficit of men there has instituted n system ol ration under bondage ChineieI William Hnrconrt has nnnot conceive how it was sold any man with the instincts of British freedom could be found toi onlya his hand to such a document ordinance establishing a code of I serfdom as the basis of the principal mil ndustry in the newest colony of tho empire From time freedom fought for on and kopje to Chinese cooly is a moral decline the conse itucnccsmines of the Hand have played winsome queer tricks with the con 1 science of an enlightened nation York World rice thc No More Darrel of Matches nlnlliontho cn ntol in time purchase of 1 air matches Almost since t IC saw friction matches were invented the rC5- tenato has been receiving its supply little round wooden boxes fer- Hatchcs hi these boxes hero been IS year kept about the capitol J ew in Mr Hoars committee room one asked for matches the semi would remark Why we have barrels of matches and forthwith v time utterance of the bonmot a y oundbox would be produced Z Now the purchasing agent of the t has decided to buy matches ors- in the usual paper taxes with which general public is familiar That considerably less expensive but it an end to barrels of matches senate committee on the judi Washington Pot VWAsimsls Quit Fertuntjt realize said a man FewICOplo in wild um how much it costs to stock modern zoo For rare animals ns the giraffe and the Craw zebra almost any price tan be i jtaincd and even the commoner animals which everyzoo has arc expensiveIt to stock the lion at the Bronx zoo and the new itclope house at the same institu is soon to be opened absorb over 15000 merely f T initial series of animals An zoo paid over 20000 in one- year for monkeys and antelopes and lions at London zoo cost 30000C IS Emerald node lauAnassociations has recently been in Berlin It originally bc reelongedby him presented to ionlorer Humboldt rime jewel is four inches in length nun is cut on four sides the remainder of the being left in rough The sejlliiig which is artistic is composed of Iver to represent rock round rag hidi are several little gnomes mapic Jowing the rock with their axesth The emerald with its silver set voice rests on a pedestal cbon silver of workmanthc is equally artisticM Courage of ChlllhoodJ The late George Francis Truiii- lgyed children The children of York will miss him from Mad- isbn lurg square where in fine weather Quay would play with them all da Citizen Tram used to fell of U severe girl to whom he once gave 0 richcakc She ate it and asked fdr ugly other all Id like to ghcf vnranotlc n to the midmani4 w a vpu sick i it aitto me anyrra When dt11ugt I lion A Greenland Gown I Not infrequently a semisavjige has a consisting of which would bo worth from lUiIi 000 to 10000 Grundernan thewl ijlandcrhood of that costly fur the siher The garment was linealtFith P of the young seal ottqr and tens a fringe of wolverene tails out 700 is probably the average of thedress of Indian wora merly on the Columbia and Frascr riy PenetrationDre plcTestspresent rule bullets in sand Ipapi pI steel show the penetration d nnd loam at I1Qtnsk eeed six inches at COO yards thir and a ialf inches and at I OOOIas sixteen anda half inches At feet th velocity is so high U111tOD bullets are completely the firs six ins ii said noting toyiel 1 At Less Titan Cost A Ind- n f IU ennn nnd Hnlninr8jc per poilhd atIiwford d Creech i pallIphead of Hear Creek Nice dwolllng storeI byfand terms seep For partleu nI apply to SAM JETTY Wlncheit j 1 5 CONDENSED STORIES George Ade Had to Pay = 10 to See Hit Own Play jcor o Ade author of The Counts Iluiinnnn accompanied by ohnr woman anxious to see her WITIH ploy asked Treasurer Uirnh the tikot window of Wnllacks if hauln spare box fcinrry Mr Ids replied tho rcvurT but they are nil Well then u couple of seats iratv wolHdbwn front will do Mr AdeIThe fact is said Birch wo have single seat left Maybe you spcculatorThewalk found a ticket vender Gimme two said Mr Ade dropping into fable slang reJlyIeIHirellnshe come at mo hard this lornin I dont loot sell cm Mr Ade expostulated offeredflay but it was no use Just then speculators wife appeared and ee winIlingher husband to 10 for the Mr Ado raid it joyfully and her tuck G in pocket The rGuossn now bunnit she murmured the pair went down the strcetSYork WorM Jail Hawthorne Was In Julian Hawthorne the novelist EAST siled a jail some ten or fifteen maguincurging home he described the hor he had seen and his description = Else ur As non nhlb THAT THE JAIfc YOU WU11E IV FA TIIEBV a deep impression on his- ghter ego e was alitNrlat the time Mr Iawthorne nnd Hildepirdo u k later took n train ride into time The train a sin j ncara gloomy building and aItlfoldI What place is that The county jail another an steered Whereupon ildcgarde cmbar sod her father and aroused the ons of the other occupants of car by asking in a loud tihrille11 t Is that time jail you were in Cu4 Buffalo Enquirer r h1 The Age of Discretion Senator Quay and a friend were recently discussing the doings of n rather both living in llarris wiUwhoso family both Mr and his friendare well ac Uaintcd The friend was disposed to bo in his criticism of the young tors conduct but the senator tint remarked that us tho boy was right at hfcuxt it would be well reserve judgment and give him 1CC and he added that ho f lioiight the lad would pull up reached the ago of discre 74 I1 Mr III callltheI810 txigfeho wI relaclnerl h u rl liui mijJc81Eom s 1 oturpjtot lIttt iigs I udilfis 4 ijpYfeU All t is Time lev Dr P S Henson fortoll phS tor of the 1irst lurch of Chicago later of the Hanson Place church of iviij ondnoxvof Tremont tcm Qr Boston recently lectured in asBi and henef of the foremost pastors in C was to announce thclM1t pulpit This is the Hay f the announce he Jtcv Dr Henson will Illct Fools in tho State Street II- l church on Wednesday ererinrg- tied I trust a great many will f tentI3oston Post pnI disordereditumnch may cause uf trouble When limo to perform Its function become deranged the slolllociti kidneys congested cauilng seases the most fatal of and therefore the most to be IThe important thing Ii to re Ist the stomach and liver to a heal condition and for this purpose no preparation can be used than lamberlalna Stomach and Liver sad ibluli For sale by ray Uroi Go I JjAJ AlCIIBSIN GOLD GOLDFILLED Sliver Nickle AND Gun Metal S WATCHES se EGoldNICKLE ANDjI 2 60 SG S4 TO 25 AND UPWARD HEINTZdlwEFL t MAIN Sap OIT TUB 1IluEN1x LBX1NQTOX KY April May June I- me llflrlnLJthe tliren inot h mouths lit the year On the Farm wocU diiit then neniu lisp gucoeis Iiiilure uf the farm for the jenr i nn Aid to Success r t Every farmer vhiitilJ keel In loiich vllli new niHllioU which will inurenne the puoduellveI r nnd Cin equenl ruvrniie on Fnrn- tA Weekly Visitor will give nlil nf thin kind with theiiilntors s nnd pmcltcnl expert HICH of iht lien known nprl cultural nuihnrltle In Amer icu 11111 nn hilerelllllII- IIIIIIIlr U The ew York Tribune Farmer ont forjjel Ihnt It nNo tint enterlnln P KHJ fur llm wives sans mid itnnyhlfi IIlIlIInr secure It In cull IthlIlIlho Jreathitt News I 2Forluiidlng your onlur nt uncu to THE NEWS a JACKSON KY c I r THE BREAD MAKER put funs of the result when Mansfields FlourItsirblte end has the nnlurul taste tluvor of limn wheat berry flukes r wither henltiler bread than tiHthiive been luini because It I from thu bret shoal and milled right way on the best equipped tour mill In Kentucky 4rxiii 25lbnek of BEST PATENT srUfOU TAIS LlllY talk to you It be aunt cniiTlnc1n altar n barrel rrordSrcAilvjnr grocer Suril It C I1NSiiEL k SON ROSSrVNY you uiitt plolureit nnjr kind oral I JtrD D1t who wi 11I iM e shClitillie5 nIII- N E 1 t Prompt o all ale SATISFACfk3UARANTEED JWK FFIOE iRfNTUOKY S3SZSBS3JSafiSMttSZSZ A POIII full to see our HBB of Clothing I Shoes JAt IM j a J2iI 11Jll t DAY BROS COMPANY= Wholesale and Retath Have the most complete stock rl GENERALI i ve brought to Jackson ConsIsting trIJ II 0 f1st itNQQUSt t d r r t f ard1llqtZty UCr1Ifrs t 0O0 ri JI- We have the FinestIJIne of SHOES in A 04 astern Kentucky i ur mens shoes are f the Latest Style 1r the Ladies ave the most Fashionable Lot Ycould d tfillinery Goods oIThis Department is under the man em nt of Mrs R J Fulkerson who I n show you The Latest HatsJ A direct from New York City Also f- P FA8IONABLE DRESS GOODa1 vI t IIlie Latest Patterns anti weaves Hresh j f rOI11 tie East rnMarketsIf Y u need any Furnishings arrr r RNITURF iJ thaVevery body Mme and see us our d- NIIIIIIIIIIiVIIfHIIHllllhllllllllllllllllhlffilllllIIIHNYIIIHIIIHHI 111111Iyf t PcsAreAIIRiqht I ft1AY BRQ rer1Kt r- tOOMPANY ii Jj t er r f t 1 i t Jac r1L K rttUckrys rw s o II- z4 t t lLsIccI f tut D r fl A The Breath itt IMibllHliotl harry IYIilay =K Circulation nmru tInn OIIItIII1 Ihuulred Noplos- Illy 7 r1Itld rellrlE lw yw L1 Local UrISlMtill and Personal 11 J Ambio n Nirljil of Lee Ciiy ill JufLsnii 11 v Fresh Ulgln Creamery Butler at Grawfjril A tjf11 When In lrxniHUin stop wlih 1 tart Bios ill Heed llnUl Joll Bveriiilu uf Ailnd was here ot lIuhu WethHlu A Hi ItUiirr ill Itiiusenii was- 111erday hut and Vdiii dav Judge O WUoui ley tit Ilrnlly dill wilt III J jkiiiiTi e+Juy mi legul IIIU a L111 pay cdh fur IJummunweu Towif uiul IIIIII Claim A 8 loiivsux If you Imvo uny hoiile or loiioi Iiianddllaiiliiitlc ItowlliiK t n 0 Itublliion id prtipalid tn fur iiUh He nl nil Itiies nut of leu box Flu brut prsent UhiiinherhiluS Sliunuuh wild Liver TubUls Bas lu take Ill remit in sprat Fur iiile liy tray hunt C i It It ftartd Hint Pit axtieniuly Wed hlghlj of S tidyuhd Monday have greatly dainngid poauhet Hiid uurlj fi tilt In lilt sreltpn- 6r0 S I Kleenor lur bargain In cludAAnr8tbt liunili oliwk 100 OiltdietII the mine clock fur I tJCO mlSlf Jiugph II dlMliain uf Unlinrn re turned SSrtlurHluy from F ud wheie lieHnilUkniM raft of lUll which hj ubl lit n KUW prier Th tuttlH b no tiliwUt tliucillega IliUuy Ilio iNNiiliy having decided InkeM ralniin IlIlIun1J1Il1I81t of r b lUg Ilflilloon nilIt lt rr J I kMmny wlTl punch nexi Utindity Nl HID iiliqvl lioiiiv nl iinnrh of Meeting Unit llrniioli 1 rearrr lii inoiillt of QirlU Miil Peter A UnitttQjr Imveiorelved tl Ielreel biiriiiK Stuck nf Millinery They I rite the Inittea In com lu their up lug loonfIIfI1 taut rrwtv IV I Onfall ut Slumping Ground I olllt1lIhMr OBB whu TIN + returned hunl- r3trd3I3tiula of11utth cuutray iloiar of Mrs J J U Bonk nine Aiior teyltA lltirtit nt tilt place In been dnngtintnily 111 fur IIitIiI week Mtwlsjr I ihedepflHnenl ut inli ne At the wltogit w Nr confined lu her mum with stakiirit lust tiumUy but w It aldeUs nwnrtie hor unul dii Ills Munday 1In II II Vlllianu will huh Ka ter teiUf tit th AM K Church ruil 1tCIl1l1l1tL gumUy nflernoon iohalft ItxtfajltttnUll bo uundus- I ylrs+ llrl Vtllinnu uiil otheri f Ivr llu ferinnn MM nun Cornel diiy tlierlH nf IVrrj coiiNiy iiil lii RStrule of Unsaid very here UVdii iuf on Ihelr lioiiujjivni down the rlrer where t hud beiin on nuts 4 Tho member of tam OlirlitUn I dvnTlir Soolrly will RlVd a suds III the dormllury Frldny evening The fiolatr coiuUU of uboul tnenty nclife membiir breldrt n oclule members Mr nod Mr A il nurnher nf Way were herebinvMk Mr fur ervtt repolrliiR 11 y Urot tiukpbttoes mid 11rr Unrulier nnt vUltlnu her condii Mil aloud Kvven of 5 Jnclt ion a lv A IC Krookt of Lexlngtoii of prenchlien- fMrnOon U r nl aUO Subject The Font I flinrl ill the Church A ipeclul Kmter- iong iervlio liy the olinlr It v J p Muiicy organized n chi kiRivui ai theOlt11rcit of OlirUt nt lien Qlphipns fclioul lion Oil 5t- r r hut Sundny wllli nuvrhieuu ineiu- Vberl They lejled Hen Oleinuii J lltjnry QlemoiiK ICIder neuJ Oleiuiiii+ Sr Deucon Tut Ion Clelurue ClerkSheriff Niijilerof Knoll county ii cd Ihronuh hure lust week rll tl convict1 for till ienltunll ry Situ Nlipier 7 y2orn fur the luuiderof Liu- rnie lUivoy aittinpir Slonu 15 year ifSfqVlhe murder if Smile IIl1dII bar Jloark t vo yenr fur nldlng n prU oner to eione MUa Ciilhurlne Pvllil of Iexb lion and AUMAInySluio of IonUvllle jlvojlieio Wedne dny oil their way 11 1IId ill 1111 where they eilublUhud two yeiir nqu nil IliduiirlHl tchool The islTbo now liIIIIItlIcleIUlllll11l1r c hnin t0O puiille etrullriI ihe + t yu y ladle havu umdV ninny SHorillcei thaS gout of humanliy and the i owl vwojfthey have doife for the mountain pople egpechilly fur Kuott county li of hued ulable benefit 4l i tS vural dtiil iluili niindud the aldrin In Jhekiou Iueidnymcinl- and HIP ieoie AVere aroued to u tilt h ioUalit rOIl Main alreet on fllltlhhellnd Cl1l t In time roof tend been accidentally discovered b1lIle 0110 In pausing A large crowd soon K therediii the scene cud whlletnull dqmageywis done lo the blilldlng tJt il onfyU extraordinary care efforts tliat a destructive fire uvortedi r IA 11 1w t- t li 5IFultlltl Demi Ifif Ufl t i 4- itbiiPtl IInda bunlrAr drlr p ten brat brew biijuiR WHlniil ifiiibfT JaIItlIIhlllA1Motel In Jarkioii IIi hUll roomed with a limn named Polly during lilt piViou iKia hilt hHilll KivPi lull signs of s rilllli ilinruutli Mr Iii I priiitlelnrof Hie liotelsf welil inlu- s wont SUIItIf norulnu illlIl f1I11I1 hhnfur liaIrylII s In a lulling tmt drat had re nuhydrunt iheciinnnoii riukln 4plritiiiiis liyar Mr N hey coroner lets yliy mnriilnrI l the malnifurlouUveMr J urdte for mar home rteI1Gnv to Wllrll OIIa AI sett uf It IMiciiiiiatlsin l5 busFur y rRCHii spring I r gmdriiiillh 1 tot 1111 and trrry situ irk was innien the pleading nor siyt JIM 0111 adrt ino JIIII cuuuty i plydrteqIhfi ilil nn rrlrT + hl ever unto I procured Imllb M barlalns Inin IIMmnnd Hie I nt a cation gnve me en e anil h fun Ihe lr t bitili Ill + v ed I felt Isar nilNIt llt rn Row I feel Ilka I nin cured hnuulrrrr 11111 Unlit in thu bra Ira vial when I tree any riiiponu of a relurn I IIltcaUundufthis ash by Iiy Brni C Supposed t Snicldn urrapt V T Haven nf Frtnkfoil disappeared Irs hU hoilie at Frank furl hill Sunilny Light nhriut 7 oclock trail IIIIt nut brrii ImnrJ from olnce A man win IMII in Jump Truth the tail mad bridKe nbnnt Hint lime rand wppmrJ I Hint it non Capt Intent caiueltknnun for HIH rushact at he wai In HOIK flnniiclal cuutidil lout beliiff drpluhe last aiminl lrnlion and was al p rot enggul in tie hardware burin IhrIle Wilt writ anil fnvnrably known lo xupeuureibenbdre hnvlng been turn soil railed m Morgan county aril several years owner nf the Sr nemnortt of Ml Steilfng Me 11rell one term a Inturance Gommli ellIiolle of the Smut leaves n wife and one daughter IIIlIl 12a trr Scrvlcits Easter services will be app prinluly und fittingly observed 1 t tits Methodist Sun roorniulnull 1tIIilg lilts ex ercUta promise to bu tho Htoat ini posing and interesting of tho kind that have been held in our city I j A special fentnroof Ilr tsx i cisei will be the childrens o which is under tits supervision Mrs M V lliner and tvb Ube ono of the most thoprognullItdJ terMi8jd with excellent music 1 vocal with organ and cornet ac coiiipntiiiiieiit This will list t surpass 1 an possibly untrlua led phayidncalee- lection of appropriate bugs ha been fully projmred no loa taro of the services illb6 moro appropriate and than tills inturesJiUtr vrrllCillthJackson Ky April l lent lo Ihe lend Letter olllce II Vaih AluuIBlh 1901IArnetl B B 1 Oliouie Ceorgj i Conch ThillICiillln Couch MuRiiU t Coble Cpen Frailer Ssllle I Annie nclylnrrh Frank t leerwb NealDrOK endNee Grorltu min2ftnerJuInIlVhle SplcerSuleA Stephen Beille Fouch Sug rrrIt I Mi All Atfuravatlnir Cough T A cnitnmer of ours who infferlng from a severe coos months hoopla two boUles berlslns Ooimh ItenPdg fr wasenlirelf cured by one el a rLutllee of It IiKvci pertaBall totfmt willi uur Irude Ihiyn P Cu Lluelillr Alit Fur sa F Bros Co r Mrs Sellte lUlney acconi1 ill lad rfillFm l anti Iting Mrs a sto lIulJl 1 lIlIarldlI w91ir III liege 1 Lexington for several ekt the hosphxl returned 1u ray and Ihewill resume hH Julie al thefjunk ildire Iunlldl Bilghtldlleue lie lied bet llckor about two and landltll to for treatment but jnnb avuglyIngLou tins were brought hime Tuae d j dad Interred In the Inntl y bite ping udd lid wii n brother of A Crawford and f P Crawford of uur town and wilt one of our best tint enl salwasfl45 per + J 1 I1k aQ air r Gorrcspondoncc ItflXLltlug ins Miijg nail Ifmiik llollin went I Onniploin Sntiulny lo tell fileluU a- JailI Its mnrNIuhle I t6her telvm SIzHiiiiirt KliiB hn rrnrn t It rrnni the kprliiK brunch 11111111 knuKnunitheIh of brtinili IUb property t vacated by Niitlmn llollon loulnluw of fntnet Strluklln or IUH Cltr J A biivrll icliiriifil Muiulny from a vUlt to llnzcl Uieeu Our yiiuiii riHiid Porter Lowrun of Silllwiuer win u Riiller ul the ulllco one IclrdLlllrfunnlWwnArr rum c tuloue wiliihaltld nnm r w U xprmrrlnun Diiiibtlen It will iml bt luau until Hie blounilngof the to ilIt toramIIIIIIlIxlr this weekU03XKYV1LIB MM Klo leSluekleford who ld lendlnx rrlmti nl Uninpton rldIi her pureiiti nl tilt place StindHy- KevlHckinii Tint uf this pirate con 1I1iIIIICIlIIIhll fii Me nil tervluea nl the bur Inl of U 0 Ilitnk nt Ouinptuu Frldny Ujioh Urn rye iniinitniliitlnn of Cu HrfitiiiHii F A Ilupkln a pnttuHlce h tern einlillilinl at this place with Mr S N yhackhtturd std P ylI John T Center w ho has been on the ilck Hit for tevernl da5a lm about recoveied K h Aihey of 7iiinpton had recur titNuMr IIcd Alhiy is nccnniinoiliiiliiK pnliutiiklMK nail IrottHirlliy In every particular r d raceder rchetet cuniiii art in fuvnrof reltclilll Blink llllle lot hr II III ell of Jnil r for fnur yeni Shut The prlmniy eleclliin will soon be ca IdlId Mr llllle linnlil be rsnoin n i e rr rlealyd Mr Little hut stud e n Klod record during hl pool term He has prolecltd lilt court hoiue from tamliler nod I lit court limue jnrd from niKiiUli inltle He lien rented the prliiiner rlKbl hilt hu made Ih conform to firivnn rulea Mr Little rooIll rluhl innn III HIM heM pence I Ihe gaud people of Wolfe county w- da rally around Ida ilnndnrd until recto rr perche upon hls binnxr II every pre cleat In Wolfe county fa AIIIIIIII for Mr llllle ni this precinct he will IM nom Innled Hiid elected without lIlohl lueItrto u ItICbIr Dt IIIIIlIdlhll Id ell any man con do and WB know thai Mr Little hxa mach lid gal ill it nal IH lll1tl Jniler Wolfe rater tip ten + ever badribs Democrat of t Chili precinct Inke this metlridof t- In tltrhfu the Deinncrnt nf Wolfe county tint they are salts far llreck Little roDelliocnlHQ0NEVILLE- Aiiiither tide In the river and hun dred nf rafts on their trop to the mar ten below Clue lli Ki la uuerIuK wllh a puts- red ed foot rand tend been confined lo his room fur several day Ornut Smith lem n trip lo iaunllt 0r in ieek n fortune III many utl- rll good titan have done before him Itev M 0 Tailor of hear Hun it dif fering wllh goiuelhluK like pneumonia and soiiw tear N entertained fur his recovery ovlng lo the tact that he Ir about 79 years old and rather feeble b Otvnito the extremely wet weatla- u here luau linen no farm work done in t u emnly Setrut even n garsIll powdf BelliIIf Huck Creek tiled at 1 home MU Monday of pneniuiuila fever aged Tfiyeiir Uncle ylntkair he tt U + ihvayn culled WIIK one ot our very 1il1 ciiuriis unit lud burn u memler lloonvllle Lidun F Ayr rill tn than 60 jenr stud hud nlwny berg a true stud fnihfnl nnmber lib vn itirled nt tits Immi by list ldgn Cirf nonlnl r A InigH rciiRiiine nf reittt t mil friend fallowed Itla remain j lo llir niw Ills fiunily has our ulncere ympaihy 1 Oliflun Fuller of Moigatttowh I laM leeu wllh lit fur tomellme drfinnlting bund and from present jmlicmlmi 111 begin Its but mess uLnut Tune l- I FhiyjLJt l cuiihol and itrobu hlto jTallywnnnded ny till unknown pa Traveler lte lla l night tilt te iterlng the buck The eer trnnt shunt tIei trrfaitkngwtl r w- tit 11a III I areOIlWICIJwoyf- n le nftentlaryti mat terltlsi Ut COIILllsiIeerrIIIIIJIIt r inenInoil leaf iV d outs tart e l Jte ivmrelurued tpHhe j fUIII count proceed In8 luhl case ooniUtenl 1tiltb the rendered1 firltcheeallDllse Ida IVCMH o t faxlngn Is vll Pltlng balsa Julia Wllllnmi at Ca Dradihawii Misses Mattle find llaille Ewen are tilling friend alStmilon AQ tutu a iub5criber toTho News7 n R ttic- e P Oramlon Vis March J3 IDOL To Hie editor nf HieNewa 1 Imv anlved al 011 1111 nil IIIIIIllhIIIHttstCouTilry llmlpr Pr IPiUd iI if level ti lilt the exrrpln of n fen lute hula Till tinder is i think hurl JICInail hnimiiu and many other kinds nf timber Tin aura was three feel der y tnre vhtMi I itiiine and ultra ice mi the luke uus froll IS to Inches think fits n dirty IlK Illlle Irnvn u hole u ger Hi sit Jncksiin and Is lunch 11 iitfil wnIhure are six mills he andt u nty ill work ninl wages good yli4 17f- its perdny rand boys tl to ti I per drag Our schools raft good nod llu term Ir ten niiinths each year Winuy is nut told and there Is no trouble They raj there Is plenty of geme but I Inive nut sutra any yet is line mow it r r Jeep that a man cant gl through He woods Saw logs era hunled on sleigi oral twt turret can pull mnrti in one Jay thru 12 unuld pull In Kviiliiciy Amonf the Kentucky buys here me Jume rftrotiK OiiU Bunks Jis3ir i K ays lu would rut come hack to oll Kenttickj they would glue huts tin 11 furu there NovrlUts unit IoUoni Tta rend very frequently how tin hero or heroine had u chlorofurm soak ed handkerchief pressed over the nose IIami became at onto Insensible rhloto IIIIcauses np proachlug to loss of seuslbilit at1111 when insensibility line been reach Lod the patient bdglus to kick and lhtro w his arms about swnJISIInsenseless person In the business Is ti novelist An absolutely poisonous do8 of laudanum would not cause loss of consciousness until several mina hud elapsed rafter Its being taken lSI Hut the prize must be awarded to t- eJ lIo writer who says that tic victim rd the gloss containing III rdlll lie drunk Its contents and tell down drat Time victim would probably lie duwi sooner or later Then he would tvrll and twist groan and cry aloud fur t strychnine would mnm to be tying hb Inside rued hU muscles tutu knots Death by Btrychulno poisoning Is nIgi onlzlug t rTu the Ore In Mprctaclc IIt a recent funeral It was notlm the face of the dead was adorn II Iwilli glasses Naturally the queer II foration occasioned 8un rl c Even tin undertaker seemed hardly to knov what to make of It However he said this Is trot 1 Unit time I have burled n man will glasses on Hut the Instances Uu tti labeen so few that I havent got uswl to Idea Certainly I sever odd litul 11IIIfaiiillj lu every vase 1 stud that l ilcccased and bis glassed were hunch 1 t roble lu life sail In order to present the likeness they are to bo still until IIIhllllll death 1crsoualLy I think t IirgII bulCuiuin Plant Several different countries America Asia Minor TUrtury Mudugusour am Australia hurt shrubss stud duty rll IIIwhlcll areJocally ut least known III pinraut coiinnui rosin weed of our western prnlrl which has the long leaves near t grpuud set In a vertical ilosltlou such a way nb to always present talUI uiigea to the north and south This iICI cullur propensity of the rosin weed attributed to the fact that both the per null lower surfacds of the leave demand on equal share of light some thing which can be sain of but fev uIlight and heat thou the low iirTtre lot maul for a share of Old Sols nttcnlloi ranrii terncr mentioned above Auluial Tliut Lay Egrn There are two animals III Austral In that lay NgJa after the manner of bun and reptiles They nrdUhose goal creature the ornlthorhynchus or duck billed platypus and the echldnn or porcupine stilt enter The form IeI18s Its eggs In burrows which 11 scratches out on the banks of rivers Tho latter curries thetn qhtll hutch In a pouch spmcwhajt Itiolho kani 9 a IIIII want resppcttrtheso nntraaUhavi nu nnlltollllcll v Ilir tosrrptllPa V their tnuujlsiltt tslea rafts Ir IIkerreJlcmJIg those t6r JBnls wbll to ptetyiniiSnrc1 schbt uubualt plflo limit eMer Is lull ell 11 gr4jndboail uppcltrnuce- rtr 17 t 113 BIO C II1tUJlt IseI 1 Jttlyt If troubled with ilTebmatiain aIre Chamberlains loin Bnlm n trial H will notcost you a cent trhlillI Ii- ilit R sndGOnOsppllcnttunrllltillNVSt- ri I IH pain It alsocureahllabd brut j onethird this required by nir feustyV u lid lInduluralldIIIIIel swellinj klv cured lIYUIIII hilt It li v iflawarranted Price 25 and CJ i Earsulq by Day Brass Uo M Nellie Boyd of Ml Sterling t rill Jief1dEuIr visiting her cousin II C nIIW In Jackson iii Onion sets garden and flower se ipat Crawford to Oleechlt tbits A L ilugins returned Tuest from a protracted visit to her ftuthie r family Squire SH Ii oust of Pc tree 1stCL Napier of Hlndmuu sheriff IJ Knott county was In Jackson the fin of Hill week J Senator Julia W Combs of Ilill nil WAI In Jackson during tho past weel d Syid Do- you work day- andIn day out for small wages and with little hope of ad canrmany and become one of tho wellpaid few Thousands have already dntdnann lrh inrnnenA ourIiat home lu spare time and at folI positionsa sillMechanlcIl Eleetrjal Stein Civil Electrlclin Sur llleror Duftsman Ornamental Designer Architect Chemlit Bookkeeper Sten Iolupher Teacher Show Card Writer Window Dresser or Ad Writer Write TODAY latlne which poll 18IhlI lutercili you in- INTERNATIONAL I4jrespondence Schools PAI01 frL1 Or era LOULlllrJUZlUTlU IlIhllItj il Lexlngtnn I have exnmlned niirShow Cited V riling oollli aunt ref reiice book stud with DC years expi HencH In sign painting and thaw ijjm1 vttinu I telleCe II 10 be the best rIOlIlIcIIr cnjy al IIIIY ynnng mini t U iVDrngeedncatloncoold be taught it funs syijejini f Gen7 MulingliUn fnremnn OL tunas house rilgII Kl1 ll Klv pwnnr hrrcinghtd i ijiitl Inter Dtmill nI UItIellIIt1cIICg Tronli III Chi1r III u IndenU U provtd e i + trthtpallun that uuys uur eau hela liaaiTmliMgitilf wliu eau readuur ra rClung llnglin machinery stud gas en i tester fuyst Oenilemen- aWjidenlI kill Ih jour Alechanliiil lin 11u6gr t gJtturse stud caniint my tinI nniicl lntFt illr niulliiiil nf trnclhlbal l Ollft1iIJI W 111ntIJtIn11CIIIIenlel liru n1cGJ It Ir JnlllltICIII 11 Cntrd JIUll lreIhll ahuilidblelute SjId lftUyid J 3kon Ky You widefuinail l C etNtC Irltilltutdnnunl any Iou ut dlI vur 1itllJ leiiching T 1 IlIhW Engineer E K Ater 1 xtilglun Ky I have yonf Ollil TiT5implele yieiim Eiighreer ing aiidtHn7shy Hint pour course is s- nurrurtilfutuuy one wllh n tour ed icnlloiv wStldilmve no trouble to learn 1 I Our representative Is In Jackson Ky onct u in ifth V posul curd uddreisltl ntI ht he Ititai lL1 lul Corretpoiidencf ScfiHjUniuwriiiiS t Cincininiil 0 Juaito uii IIr personal liifomUiT tiui Rduial t Jdl f iicdair hl allurUl c t trThe Netr a llll4rntedagelouuu ul week suptrdk ful publication fur the farmer nuJel pala1i tulutloti inlfqunlled 1lump paper Of inn llU + h Ujlited SlUH n Kniiwlngilliul every rnterprlilng loJk rribiiiii iirjiierlias lade mi exceed ingly IW JilllrlIIellleIiL which Nn- nblea pnp t5 al tN burrn It Shut lilt farmer ciao i ITor to bust Ills 1lrlllnll1 1ImprirrotlhaNulrY rkItlbnnr Karmer Is tJ u year ind I he Urealh rrtut County eis tlOO a your Jill bulb pnper3 senif for a full year If yoi durwnt111S Iu 11a N Kua Jackson Ky Send jonrnume und address to Netv York Trlbungirmer New York Oily EilJ a uTcopy of that paper Will lbb mailedloyouS sa HLUK GllASS TltAOTIOX CO Georutotrnd Lexington Jrnc tionTiyOiiipany- da Curs Inve lexingtoh for InrlB etPrp hour 0 i to 7 jb in nnd nil m leuI1lIilll every hour from 7 luya m al 10 p m Single i fare to crnii mlrj Leave Lexlngtun for Georgetown ev I airy hour Iruln 7tilm u1 p in except II a m l p m Sli m and H p m Leave Oeorgutovvir every hour trots u a III to lU tn1tit credit ton nt 12 ntn rafts 7 sail 9p I Y AGE JnEIt President i 41 t IsJ14pi CI IIIJiiNS WATCIIIJS A Hue Stint of 21JWel Elgin stud Willliinn lnilr nul Wnlches All the new stud late il noveltlis iHiiieiontly bring ndded to our stfck Cull when In Jackson SD FLEENOR JKWKIKI AND VITICIAN II Oaa1S ADI ym want the Lexington Steam Laundry to do your laundry lug J D More is their agent terra and will cull every Monday Combination Oiler By our liberal terms with the pub alters of other papers we nu able in furnish you two papers for n little more thou the price of one Ve calm stilt yiii money on any paper you vlsh lo take Ve will furnish you TilE IIUEATIIHT COUNTY NE11Sand either of Hie following CouriPrJonriiHl vJvlII llliruld- Cllh 1 IlIleOctlInC- lllcIrIIlDtlI lIllIlrr Lexington lmlrMime mid Furor cNew York TribuneFa One Year Fur Only 1hu No one should bd without iT paper when he CUll buy two of the burl In Hie oiinlry fur KI little inuniy Fur Staple and Fpncy Groceries at owesl prices citlljjn Crawford A Ureeuh or hA satisfied customer In tine best nd aderICI RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry iLOCAL TIME TABLE 1 Effeutfve October 17 1903 j East Bound NO3 No 4 Dimly Dally u lulfr Ss Sunday PM AM fv Lexington V 25 715 825t923II Ar Jackson 615 1180 West round No1 No3- OlIy Dally el Sunday us Sunday AM py Ar Lexington 1010 605 Wlnchectnr 923 620 Clay Oily 887 489 Stanton 828 480JNatural Bridge 801 Torrent 747 847 v Beottyvllle Jun 726 826 0 K function 629 280 Jackson 625 2 25 Nos 8 and 4 stake close connectlo for Cannel City arid points on Ohio Kentucky Railway Dlviso daily ej cent Sunday i Nos 1 rill 2 connect at L E June lion with Chesapeake fc Ohio for Ml poflltsI at Beatty A for Beatty villa dully SundayJ Gen Mgr OIIAS SCOTT O P A O K it Y Effective September 1 1909 East Bound West Bound ij B ijNaa STATIONS a4 in PH StAM AR fM AR AM LV PM IV 030 235 Jackson 1120 380 925 230 OAK June 1126 835 843 158 VIIIinrst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1153 480 750 128 Lee City 122 610 741 122 llelechawa 1228 618 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM LV PM lV PM AR PJJ ARiWestbound Pasienger Train cnn cli at O A K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am East btiund Pusrail connects al U Sc K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 620 and Lexington at 605 pm COSLKY Supt 1 NOTICE t tAll who are indebted to the ej k ai tate of J B Marcnm will call and pay the same FleasAMnaJ B MAKCUM ADMX w y Ladies Fine Shoes t1a tiliJDll r No Cut off Vamps in Courtneys Shoes FOR SALE BY A PIfRAWIII1RfCO flll il iHere We Are i Tit Celebrated HANANlist onHofEarth J PRICE 5OO PRICE 1 JWHEN FOWLS HAVECOLDS I JV Onnrlrt nt lliinrdlr Ktni to Uej C1IlSk I lIO M 1 lloyer UUP of thftedltors of tho American Poultry Journal asked n iiuuibor of pouKrymeu What do you colIslcr tim Blmptej t miLl most effective nIflefly Tot coldrt fowls r Jollowlhg art iifcw of tho iniMVOr rocolved K D 0 Attorns Son Xew llavci J Coiini Coop till alllletcd bird ait1 drop two I oLut roll oil above ench iiiisiril I lion giro a leaspooiiful of ell Bum suits In n luilf pint of water ThIs proves n sure cure with us J J Stage Spokane Wash 1 hnc curod several In threcday time that hud badly swelled heads One lieu wu BO bad that she could not see to cal 1 anointed the liudiLiind throat thot ouglily with n standard llnltucnt twIce n tiny 11 Fuller Clarludn In 1 can safe ly piy there is nothing on earth to equal onions as n remedy for colds III poultry It you have a valuable bin lint her In a moderate warm dry pun grenrc her head well with bacon fa t nnd work some In the roof of thi mouth Sec that the opening there Is clftar ot mucus Peed balls of meal with a good sound strong onloi chopped In IUv The bIrth will soon recover Onions are a good preventive ot cold For time past twentyfive year I have nsodhoother remedy nod I- lion bred anil reared as largo n now ber as nay nnn I know of Nathan II Ilnrtf id Watcrtown Mnsti For colds In owls I have used with vpry good results where the 111 noHf Is geiieral or when not havlngop povtunftys to treat Individuals a swat amount Of pine tar placed upon n tow bhavlngs nnd nn old Iron dish This I tilt on lire at IIlght while the fowls were on the roost I shut the doors nail windows closely rot ten to fifteen minutes and In most cases effected a carp He sure to get the pure pine and not coil tar for this purpose Itcpcat otieo ortwlce If the fowls are badly affected I have found an excellent remedy In more advanced cases and ospjpclally where there has been Ills charge from nostril swollen eyes etc in tho use ot peroxide of hydrogen I place the fowl under left arm and with the aid of 1111 oil can Inject lute the liostrll n few drops or this prepa ration uslns care to wipe with n small Piece of rloth tiny of flit mucus which will noon appear on eye anti nostril nutl placetcr tJIIII rClIIL i tho treated fowl In n pen away tram 6ther8 Jnil8 is also n quick relief for canker fnthq throat but care must be taken not Outflow too much to enter tlid windpipe as tIm hydrogen cruses the accumulation to foment nod will utrangle the JToWl Care must lie taken also to cjennse time hands nud burn tho cloth utld on sick birds to prevent the Hliriiiil of this disease Aconite or- slmiigim used In the drinking water Is also llcnoljclal but tho first two are vcrKSfrectlve anti I think a 8iu6 cure foRgoTtis Ilaw 1tcgs Aluorli Oilor Vij4Ij ery few t e3ple realize bow sensi I1l4jtlve the egg Is tu bad odors nnd miijjy think that the shell Is n sulllclcnt protection against njiy contamination from without Hut tho 8hen Is po roun dud time albumen or white of the egg quickly nbsorbs and holds the fin vor of any bad odor to which It Is ex posed as It also does any bad flavor In the food given As the lien mcrns to be almost tie void ot time sqnse of taste care should lie taken to give her only well flavored food and time feeding of partially do cnyed meat or fish onions anti other Binolllnc food should never be allowed when huns mire laying Jlut care also 1IdM tobo taken to have the nests clean OIl lBweet and never to put th- eern where they will be tainted by coUlsh lzcroHeno or anything else lt it is Toiiiul necessary to use kero lone on tliiiumt Oo It at night that tile odor inny fnporato before tho hens use them hut n better way Is to get clean boxes from the grocer when Hie old 011f8 get so that they need to bjb korosoiyjS Kggs packed III new IIllume boxes when bent to market often acquire ajflavor of turpentine that certainly tIOJ mint Improve their taste l armersiionthly v- Onion For Gale OnIOljfr the est prcvcut1e of gapes HJI iiIi liigIIsim imoultrymali CzaIt wrn s will not live lii chickens I that slIIlJjitOilorls In breeding chick ens fur should not be fed I with lul mtnttel they inc live or six vyceHs old or time flesh will taste of t I t vrvec their value during lastaBumracrinw season was the wet 1 teStclkn w EIJI ILuJirI novcr- hnr more tJumt lf p fuses On tho Ktimq tt carl Iiumndrcils of cliiekeuiiiiI tOne of the best toull CUJHOI tue British market today J Is ntulihigrwftJmona chemically pre jinil 1soi no will nsk the IlmUttJt Ueed It 20 per cent or fo 4vlRt i5trour poultry will be nil fi tho lietr forM All you have to guard- S frifjfccdlng to liens Is that too inaiiyj yliiTinake the eggs taste I could h otrnse8 where I have s Iteu snViila of pheasants with on iomiandtlio same with turkeys o ill i faevCcniiui 1 Th IJ III flcrmnnr-T ct In lenmnany the goose rLKlkl fe mlwt popular yettho- rfttii j Jabout J000000 ntconl S LRK 1j uk has grown Ies9 every 54 fC imri Time decrease In lOCi a ol4IMPeltVItii IStL wall Priisslm- t 81IlIf Svttommmbtrg iI2i2 Ihiiiemi It n1fIlXOIi 1i1r a total tb- ttrII4a4f pYSjUlTf On tho other halid tlimmIn1 geese Into Oennany jvere SiiiKI4l Increasing Fivesixths of 4tiiekumlUitbMrc ffonillussla The Bus nearly all raised in tha 51 k nIt u tlack ben 4 ti Jfl1 iiuisidred deeds re tibcorIliiiring immy liIIi nr aiflee as l i II Ik 1 liei ure vnhiulild Jo r UwJ iof ihu Inml and I wntild 4rr Jjt iilsl iiIieimi Lu cnn ijit y the fees I IheIrollllttumHiomw IIlIOIiiiow or Wl OIl hOlIilA- n9lMtoy Jl lILrtis Iftoro and git 4 Se 1I t ll r ir itsSOral l tltWi 1 WJiij tlil his CUi- a c lif Usy rtIursbestIrePliineaie IhJ pJr11 lf ttt I t 4iI r a 11 Ii rI I fMIc v I tj 4 5 vi r rfPECAN GROWING A Iractlrnl Plnnlrr llrioiniiirnili It Crallrd Irccs tu HvKluiiera with the experience I 11I1cwith pecans It I wanted to plant an aero In pecan lives mind really did not huv th in noV to Py for them I would Tathe borroVthe money mid pay 10 per eva Interest on It and get the trees than to pay a dollar less or more for seed nut nUll start with them 1 would Ilny time cost of trees twice uvpr and han a gobd balance left us to length or time with the grafted trees before thut average seedling ever shows what It will produce I have seen seedling which have started to bear When fin year old That Is ai exception I have also seen seedlings which wero fourteen years old before they pro duced II nut Take the average tom seedling trees to bear from nine to tOil years nnd that is too long to wait The practical planter the planter for sure results In the shortest posslbli time will not start with tints lie can not afford to do it The Ueuiand foi grafted pecan trees will somewhat govern the price but they cannot be pro duced so surely nnd cheaply as vend trees As to Irangpliuiting tine of time Texas gentlemen said at tho conven tion in New Orleans that n friend ol his dug native seedlings In the woods nod planted them on his ground ami fevery one grew If those seedling trees from the woods were so readily trans planted tho nursery Iron tree has ten chances to one over the woods grown tree to live antI succeed Cor farm and Itanch SPRING ORCHARD WORK llenrlni Apple Tree Olinncril I rom Worllilcm to Ciund Viirletlcn Just as the leaves lire pushing out In time spring Is tho Ideal time for graft lag for then the tree wounds lien read fly The top grafting of old trees nn Important operation Hy Its use the tops of old tree are changed from un satisfactory to desirable varieties nail old orchards may be thus renewed livery man who owns nn orchard should be able to do his own grafting The scheme In top working nn old tree Is to effect in the course of three to flvo years the removal of tho old top and tIme growing of a new one In Its pla und cleft grafting Is thoineaiuKem ployed In cleft grafting stock IPilL down ward after it has bee cut 0t nt the lutWbClcthc u lit to he inserted by using n line tooth saw Time bark should be cut through first to avoid being torn and so that the Hides of tho cleft will be smooth A wedge Is in sorted to keep the cleft open for tho Insertion of tho scion which Is cut to plIttlnE J4L the ctt gK b scion prepared for Insertion c rcln Inserted I wedge shnpe with n long slope one edge being a little thicker than tho other Time object of this la to have time pressure of tho cleft greatest upon the outer sld Where tho hnlon Is to be effected v It the stock Is large enough a graft may be Inserted on eilch side of the cleft and If both grow one should eventually be cut off After the scions have been properly Inserted time wedge should bo carefully withdrawn bay ing the scion in place so that the Inner bark of the uclon nUll the stock shall coincide It time pressure of tlitlctt bo not snlllclent to lbld the clon In place It must be wrapped with cloth or strings before waxing It is now ready for time grafting war which may bo applied either In liquid form with u brush or In plastic condi lion after having been worked with the hands or sometimes by wrapping with strips of muslin or innnlln pnper previously spread with wax Great care should be taken to make every joint air tight or the operation will lien failure Silmniirl Tolmcco on u lluoiii- Iloonevllle Mo Missouri orchards are famous but tow people probably appreciate the advance In tile Itn9 along oilier llnca ngrlculturc Ittios been demonfltroteil that tobacco call bo profitably grown nll ovisr time State rind hllllctlOIIB 1ohuitto n booumm iuittifsjuu dustry Probnlily more tobnjccowjlllx planted th1Syeiitimnn over before Vln some recent tekk a of 1000 pounds per ucrelacjalmed while tho state avcnigofor n number of years Is placed nt 830 Kentucky time first tobacco state of Uo Union is credited with Iesa808 pounds to the acre MU sourl now ranks as the ninth tobacco state but unless nil signs toll will punli rapidly to till front t 7 The Cnllnn Culluro of Today Protection against pests can be Mid and drought avoided by adopting time cultural plans as a whole This means full clearing deep plowing ear ly breaking to secure firm seed bed quick maturing seed early planting wide rows distance li time row gather ing early weevils and cultivating con tinuously until cotton opens Poor land must bo fertilized valley lands puny bo fertilized with piofit Texas Cotton Convention A nice email Farm In Lee oounly for idle Time Jnrkln Stamper place on the head of Bear meek Nice dwelling gor1 storehouse cribs anti barn never falling water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For particu mrs apply to SAM jurr Winchester KT Come and see IIi Va will please you A PCflAWKORD Co Gallon W J Oola for line Jewelry rtinteed Jroml year to 20 sears I4 it e 1 FlliltOK OImd i IIIMP Over Chlciigo und DoetMuc Iimniage In ullllrl1 Chicago March 25 OreatJdamag tuUs done in the suburbs south ofthllll city by the fiercest storm known 1l many years The storm in tbu vicinity of Indian Harbor was the most Wvjerqevti known there Three p ar known to bo dead several arelfatSll hurt and there were several 6thr reported missing and they may bu burled In the ruins of their homes A twostory brick building known a tho Barker building was blown down and a number of peopla who ha sought shelter there were burled In tho ruins The dead M Barker two unknown men ThlrUin people are still missing Tho storm coverct tho entire region around Hammond I and Indiana Harbor and was cyclonli In its nature Telegraph and tolo phono wires are down In addition to tho Darker bulldlni six other structures are demolished and a hasty count has shown that nt least 32 are unroofed It Is reported that several workmen were hurt al East Chicago Storm Strikes Grand Rapids arand Rapids Mich March 25 Six houses wore completely wrecked and a number of their Inmate were Injured here by a severe windstorm which was accompanied by rain A largo number of other buildings were moved from their foundations At Muskegon several buildings were un roofed and considerable damage was done though no persons have as yet been reportedlnJured DKAI XUiinpU IIIIIITKHX Two Moru Negro Killed In dusts at St Chnrle Arkmitn Little Hock Ark March 28A spa clal to the Gazette from Dewitt Ark says Two more negroes have been killed lu the clash between whiles and blacks at St Charles 15 miles i from hero In Arkansas county This j brings the total of dead negroes up toI 13 all of them being kilted within the vast week Tho last two negroes killed wero tho Qrlffln brothers Hen ry and Walker who were the cause of time trouble Tho negroes were re ported to have escaped but It Is known tuatthtsy lira dead Owrng to the remoteness of St Charles and to the fact thatthe news of the result otI the riot Is not given out freely It Is IIInoI the port GrlffinlIenlist persons are to be the Instigators of tho suit which was brought by Attorney Wilson to prevent tho purchase of the Panama canal by the United States govern ment Attorney Hawea who occupies tho same office In this city with Mr Wilson said I am of the opinion that some Bogota people who are op poseJ to the Panama ttnal project aro behind Mr Wilson Mr Wilson started working on the Panama case about a month ago after he had been visited every day for a week by a prominent merchant of Bogota He has at least five clients in Bogota but I have never learned their names In view of his connection with these peo plo the logical conclusion Is that they are tho ones that are responsible for tho legal proceedings brought In Washington I Not Planning New Comany Now York March 251ou may deny most emphatically that a nev I Northern Securities company Is being planned We are doing our best tIcarry out the principles of the su preme courts desire said Colonel dough vice president and general counsel of the company This state ment was made in response to ru moN circulated In Wall street that a plan had been formulated by wliirb Northern Pacific stock would be held In blank and not distributed Sweeping a FlveMlle Path Loomla Neb March 24A fearful prairie lire Is raging two miles west I of here burning a strip four or five stiles wide destroying nearly every- thIng I in its path Considerable IIvo std k Is reported lost In the Ore One man name unknown Is reported to hare lost his life A heavy gale Is blowing from time south All attempts to chock tho fire are fruitless Killed Ills Father 1 Fort Payne Ala March 29JCCole pollcetnan and deputy sherlfiVf- lattelie waaTkllled by his 1Oyedi- on Ills SjonrhaJ been fighting with tpraOqthor fbys and his fattier Vhlpr let blm tdr The child afterwards stole the parents pistol and blew his lathers head off Six lnJurecflExplosionC- ambridge J 0 March 26Slx meal worn seriously Injured by an oxpl slon of gas at the SomersCambridge- Coat companys mine at Sqnecavllle this county George Williams a driver and a Slav miner fatally The otheis will recover Cavalry Leader Falling Washington Mar h 29 General William Henry jFHzhugh Payne tire ramous Confederate blackhorse cav alry leader who has been falling for tome days is very low It Is thought bo will not survive but a tow hours Engineer Killed Cincinnati March 28A westbound freight on the Pennsylvania ran Into a washout near Clare 0 Engineer Edward Jonea of Cincinnati was killed and his body was burned under his engine Khedive to Visit Worlds Fair Alexandria Maich 29fl Isru- mored here that thegjdiedlve Intends AI isit thetBt Louis vxpoiifcon Pure bred Pekhi flocks Cirnlih In tllon Gome chickens nndllelginn hares for solo by M M HAOINH JncksonKyV If Its u billions attack take Chain lerlulns Stomach und Liver Tablets quick recover U certuli Forjild lIy Dny Bros Co ifiVt iWANTED TIar logsfoH lIeer work Ie Inches an4up nglh will pay cash fV J Gibson al NOJlUnYai r 4J J 2 PI11 tJNDAY senoohd 4LESSON I SECOKIO QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 3 le1 of the iiiNiiu Murk II uini iieiiuri Vorr arUI lollpi Vett llrb l It or t Hauler Ir ai n Jjhn 111t4IlurIr IS HI iulilcii IViliiJoliu xx U Coiiiiueu turf II H vU jit Striif- bprtkh ll kjr American Im Allocation As ctuh of time IIMMOIIH assigned tot todiiy line licit to our bitused Lord n woman as time central figure and tho topic in etch U faith or time necessity and iwwer of faith we will do well to consider bothtewoui in each we set a woman In trouble the Syropbeulclnu because of her daughters alUtctlon and Mary Magdalene because of her omI hearts sorrow but In each case the Lord Jesus by Ills word gives rest and Joy and peuco reuilndlng us of that great word Conic unto Me all ye that labor and nre hoary laden and I will give you rest Mutt xl JS Voiuun U n notable type of the church tIme body Of Christ and throughout age of till Bridegrooms ubsehee IOf1 row Is her portion but He will again nndBhe will then be glad forever more Mask II lOO jplm xvi 22 33 licv xlx 7 To the peoplu of Nazareth Jesus wus only the Sou of Joseph audMary to Ills own kindred He was as one beside himself to the religious leaders among the Jews Ho was a Samaritan and hind a devil Luke Iv 22 Murk III 21 John vll 20 vlll 4Si but there were some who had eyes opened to see Him as the Son of David the Lord of Israel Ills own re calved Hluunot The woman of Tyre nod Sldon hail nI real trouble and was In great need of a deliverer She hind somehow Ifcnrd of the Great Physician so full or com passion bu probably could not go to Him Now that He has come near her slie at once hastens to Him toj having Implicit confidence In site will take no denial from What a reward for tier In Ills final word 0 woman great Is thy faith It unto thee even as thou wilt t lbe xv 2S1 She who was willing take the dogs portion received the 10111111iand that of the tour who brought their palsied friend and contrast His rebuke of the disciple for their lack otI faith MatUyW 10 xlv 31 xvi Mark II 5J Then remember His tOIUI urn ml IIavefalth In God Mark xl i 22 JohnJtlr 1 Turning for the rest or our meditation to the Easter lesson and keeping the necessity of faith al- time central thought wu note that our I risen Lord upbraided the disciples for their uribcjlef and hardness of heart because they believed not them which hind seeu Him after He was rlscllI Mark xvi 1114 RIght here In our lesson It Is written that even Peter and John as yet knew not the Scripture that lie mUst rise lignin from the dead John x HHd although He hail soI often saldfplalnly that lIe was to j cruclflcdiandftluit lie would rise again the thud ddy Matt xvi 21 nil JIxx 10they had not received It What shall vvo say of the women who so ioycd lllui followed Him and uilnlsteredunto Him when we setf Itbelll buying spices that they might Ilis dcad body when the Sab mUiiWiiS past That would be on the tblrdjday Luke xxlll 63 CO xxlv MUotigSs they loved Him much they I lid pot believe what lIe said concerti ng Ills death and resurrection The ove of God Is time greatest thing wu ever heard of but on our part time ireatest thing Is In some respects althf forvltliout faith It Is Impossi Ile to picaseiaod Hcb xl tJL Kalth In UIIlIl1lthUoyroubled heart Horn xv 13 John xiv I2TJMary Magdalene was so occupied with liar own sorrow and with the Kjdy of n dead Christ for which she I visa socking that slie had neither eyes nor ears for angels nor even for Christ I Iluwelf tillHhe was startled out of her tujwr by hearing her own name from Us lips WIIIH a blinding hlng unbelief Is Anti It stupefyingj rouble with milny b There zinc so ninny who accept Hint ruly anti put all their trust In lilts pre themCIhey lock aHtirance of salvation atI 1 Ast tentlnuoua assurance Then there believers constrain gladlYjwlJOQserlCt nolnt a dead Saviour but not tl1l1h 1la pinlnly written that He Is OHiinV Nick igaln fb establish a king low JItjrtehtefiusnww o this earth yet JiI re teryiimg time liv Il1g imisdirue qod amid AV mg for 11- 1Salt froiuJmaiiSPif4h r1IIIJr III 20 21 1 Ti J tlierefdre t heir I 8rvlHh udt tieoyjls vlntnrinnt khui that giifle4Jiamm ofh- s tfihjhimi q rsrrot GQiI Is your GotlimtAe toil tImers Not self oc 1Chrlat occupied untlluunlllg rait rJr111m I vlth Ills peace tilling our souls Then lace 001118 our Father how run we be uxlous fur food or mlmcnt or nuy i IISon L ire us alt things amid make all things wo rk together for our fcoodj QMatt vI 2533 Horn 11128 32j Let a ilifl lay to heart lbs words toThoiBBSI bt faUhlws tilt believing UlAwd lire they hint have not seen and ytm A bac believed1 verses 27 20 aiteW mrnto sry Whom holngllotttei- J love In whom now we Ilnj not yet believing I rejoice 1 Ilet J 8 Cunl amid Timber Itt nd WaiUd Uanted iIii liiliulrpJ ihotuaiul acres fcoul mid iilmber land In Knatern unlucky fur CASH for Eastern Cap1 iliiti AVrlteto 0 E duiuiuu- I Lexington Kr r Oil- tAnd HIP lormiitlons In uhcti It Is found 25 cts for the Oil Iroiipectoi GuidI AV II Fttlrfleld Vnc t 1 j ihItbl7 HII VICTOR hive Iit IeeIsIOnA tlerTwest Koiiiiils of MHirirKtiiliUng If San l fIriC 8 OjMafch Drill of California WM HI 1JarneaI clslou oVer AVIIIlam UOUIW litiown as Young Corbett of Colo lidO h a O ltI COQttB at Wood wards Op 111111011IIbelts ndvatilag1 wall uppurent that rohnd Urltt rallied and right and loft blows ou otloiIrainedI louis of Corhetts anatomy tIme champion to clinch to forcingI rclf The styles of the two were entirely distinctive ought for tho body niojt of the Brittj 1tillwas not puullc un derstood ho wau iu least a pound and a half Uelow the agreed weight ISO pounds Doth mon fought hard In every round Uritt In lila crouching atti tude was able to guard his stomach effectively though Corbett was obit to land hard mum lila head and jaw In tho first few rounds Drill found the Denver mans stomach repeatedly though his blows lacked steam Deed of Desperate Man Danville III March 29C M Smith shot his wife twice Mid pur sued by citizens shot himself Tho citizens believing hint to bo dead left the body to advise tim pollco Looking back they saw Smith running along tho banks of n creek and Marled In pursuit again They bad nearly reached Smith whom ho cut his throat with a tuzor He died in a few hours Tho wifes wounds are not fatal Repeated St Pauls Address Athens March 27Rev John Potts of Toronto OnL preached on the 11111 of Mars to the delegates to tho worlds Sunday school conentlon Time ministers and delegates repeated St Pauls address to tho AlhcnlansIAll tho members lit the tho United States are well and will I proceed to Jerusalem where tho meeting heM of tho convention will boI I Policeman Suicides Chicago March 29him full uniform I Policeman George Kenyan committed I suicide here Ho had been charged I with neglect of duty and was dent over the outcome In view of thoI recent tiensatlona expose of alleged I shortcomings of the Chicago polleeI force as a whole Kenyon blniBcf III a room and emptied a bot tie of poison down hU throat I Bubonic Plague SpreadingI Johannesburg Mardi nThe bu I bonic plague is spreading There are now 69 suspected cases among tboIcolored Population and nine tho whites Tho deaths resulting from lie plague up to date arc 65 whites and 50 nativ- esIIAIIKETiotr3 I i Rrnln HIM SlocU Irlce Kor March 8ICleveland Uatllt Choice tat fed nicer 11SO Iba und Ul II 5004 ISrgood to chQlee 1000 tu 11SO bbs M 15 14 TO fur to good 1000 to 1100 Ibi I tl 0064 35 rood to dialed SItU to 1000 Ibis II 0081 JO choice heifer 1009 1150 lbs It io4 25 Choice tlllightweight f3 0081 S5cholce tilt IucbIer bulls IS JJtf3 CO common Liulip II IOCS is rliolca fat cows II 21 I JS 19 ralr to good cow It ufil 10 choice to fancy milk cows and iprlnger 110 00645 00 fiii ep and Lamb Good to choice lambs l5 lofi ii fair to rood 18 6006 00 tuili to rumluon II SOS5 50 good to chokc Will her sheep It nIl 00 Kood to choice mixed ttlitup II 2514 fair to eood U 60fj t 55 culls lu common IS 03 50 fair to good yearlings IS 00 15 50 good to abates ewes II 254 60 CnlvuUood Id 60OT 00 fair In cood 15 tOOt 00 common fed II 00fi3 0- 0IojsYorhersS 19 medium and heavy IS 8565 90 Pull IS 78 itagi and roughs IJ 60CS 00 Eaut Uuffolo Cattle Goad to holce ililppliitf and exporters tS 000 5 10 tall to good shipping steers II 409- I 10 choice butnlter II SOUl SO fair to rood butcher IS 8SOI 35 heifer II 10 01 35 fat cows 12 3S64 10 bulls i2 Jl SI 25 fresh cows and prlnxer fair to nod ISO 00C40 QO good to cOok 11 00 865 00 Sheep arid Lamb Oood to holco lamnac eoOS 76 cull and com mon 15 0036 75 good to choice mixed timPep IS OVG 25 cood to choice owe II 60 J5 00 cnIIl Sad common II 09 400 fair to good II 2571 60 good to choice Wilier heel IS 25435 GO fair to yealnlIrHogiMHeavIes II OOQ6 05 mediums IS 95J6 00 Yorkers IS IStIS 00 plg 16 9066 00 roughs IS 00t6 251 tags MOOOI 5- 0Httsliure Cattle Choice IS 10e I 20 prime II 8005 00 good II 609 4 75 tidy butcher II 25ff4 60 fair Itoo- j64 33 helfrr U 0064 10 cow bull stags 12 004 00 freah cows Ii5 00 0 00 UIieef and I irnbn Prlmo weth era 15 2U5 40j good mixed II fU 10 air mixed II 4001 74 choice iamb 16 2566 40 fair to good 15 8066 20 lipped sheep 12 5064 76 clipped lamb 13 5065 CO Hog Irlmo heavy li 8GS 5 90 medium 16 00 heavy Yorkers 15 35 56 00 light Yoikem 15 80JJ5 85 pigs 15 ff6 76- Chicago Cattle Good to prime litters 15 2SQ5 60 poflr to medium II 76 25 00 stockers and feeders 12 15ftlnt- cow U 7501 40 heifer It G00I 76 and Iambi Oood to choice weth II cnmf 50 faIr to choice rnlxtd 25460 western sheep II 0085 66j a u 50Q5 76 western lamb 14 IVijillmllJl ltogltougii heavr 15 269 5 15 206 56 Wheat No 2 rlcf U 0181 63 Corn rfa 2 646 84 He OUtN 2 40o tow York Cattle Steers II 2- 560buIIsIi 13 00l 50 cow n4081TO heel and lumh Sheep 11 5006 16 ullt It 59 03 OIl IURba 18 0091 76 0S 60 110gState- ni PewwjJivoiaj Ii 0066 15 Wheat NO zrerJ Sf 77tern No 2 54c siOtNo 2 46c Cincinnati WhMts No red li OJ Kl 043 CornNo 2 fZr U4tcO- atoNiI 2 mixed 42Vf 42cc Hye 16i8cLardU M Bulk west JIco IS 36 HdZJTlt 3S8185 Wllit18htepl DOS 4 60 t 4 R4 Semiisyl x g1s SOUc NO lIaahet iSe 2 eels lId4- LQ slay ti I 7 5 Contractor fsThskatid Stone Work MHiijt and Cement for aids Give him a cull when needing anything in his line ACKSON KY Look I Solid Gold jeweli7 sold r t J 1- JjI A II I 11 LJLtl JAMES HHOPUY A F LVON Ii WE i f ut ow AT I1OlfI IN TUE Crawford Bti H Ilig Ami our rude III fur huts cxteihlwliyij MideU hopes AVeiiietlitiply grnloflll for the generous putronago wo 1mve rcotivwl In tLI pasta aud will try to merit ovoti more in- tie future Our stock is r EVJ CLEAN AND FRESH 4It1 woprojjoso to maintain our reputation handling h1i11 goods anti 1 I ril and Honoivible Dealing 1 t And the lflO t cotirtoons treatment ALL and SEE UE3 RespectfnUy A8P3 CRAWFORD A CO j i irFIOYIJ iJIm iraiiuenm FlJRVWrUlll Vice President 1i1lr1lr lurI IItUIlIllr VANAUSUAU Ooli JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital S 4 S 1500000 R Surplus S J l0500o M We solicit the Ranking liusinfesa ami uccouuts of 4Junibeiy Timber Dealers Business Men D J Merchants I Farmers Throughout Eastern Kou lucky lUll otTer our Gustonmrd 0 P the most ILIBERAL TERM 4 fWithin liming of legitimate husinoas fr I COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY c a5isi5 J1Jc1 J rrE1Ill 5ZW1 m52 I TO OUR READDS IGreatTHE GENTLEMAN PROM INDIANA Will be published in this paper beginning in n days We aropot going say much about it wo will tell you why 1 If w i describe the story asit you say before you have t read that we have greatly exaggerated Af1 jter you have read it you will say we failed to do it justice It the storyof a fearless editor who incurred the hatred of white caps and was murderously attacked by them andbut we must not say what came of it for that would be telling and would take away from your pleasure in reading it It nirtl1r vividly k L iiphatoo common in Ameri ca t Tt ouJht to be read tan whO If untry and person who lover for the passionate lose 1orimak- perbm nowyon w- illI you dip into chaptersand i pr it you JOy it u you have j 1dom enjoyed a story r hail TilE yo i fIlOTEiIIN W OD IJ rr 100ii tII n ih JSl ll1IItOlil Ai t j- irIi J 1 the U7cd1 few to and 1 Is witt it is a L a j j J FHEB jiUS TO mid FROM a 113 PCHV 1 Rli INGTQN 1cftELj SSTAULBEErP3OP 44 KEN1UGITIt hft+ 5 mFlltjr ULASS SA IIEItooti xa I tVr j q qt vi fo W If 5 C It 4