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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 BREATHIT r COUNTY NrWSy- i I u lLJr r Jr u fSJ I J kJ C- j 11 1VnhllHII ANTIJEWISH UPRISING Russian Authorities Taking l Steps to Prevent It IOUT RIAKS FEARED IN CSTUK WEEK IJllllllllrllI I Ailvunri In ICurcx lint t piiMil Ilin rnrn Tnfop Pulling t lluck at Ihn tiqiof lhi limn- onl v r UI Vlnlnlly of Iort rlhllrI n rrM of tin Tear St Potornlmru April 4 ttepn etawell run ehell liy tho ministry of the terior Jndlcatu that tho precautionary moasurea liken to prevent antiJew lull illsturbancca during Raster week when tho Ignorant nro easily nrouscd t n sort nt rollglnun frenzy ngalnat tho Jews by the illssomlnntliin of also stories ronanlln blond atone ment will result In tho avoidance or scrims trouble In nplto of tho pre cautions however It Is considered possible them may bo attempts riotlnt but tho authorltlca may bo ro lleil upon to nupprctm those with a strong hand Deposits of coal similar to that of Cardiff Wnloa have boon found In the vicinity of Port Arthur Tho discav cry la an extremely Important one view of the necessity of obtaining an ample supply of fuel for tho fleet Advance cf Japanese Tokyo April ITine advance guard of tho Japanese army In northweMl- e1otea occupied tho town of Sn Chung without opposition Sans Cheng Is on tho Peking road is mlle west of Choni Ju and nbaut 40 milesany south of Wlju When the Japaneso drovo the Kusslnns out of Chung Ju last Monday the UtiMtans wllhilrow In two columns one going over the Kosk San road and tho other over tho PC king road Tho Japanese ndvanco from Chung Ju was made very rnpld It was anticipated that the IlUBslana would roulit this advance but th felled to do no nnd now It Is not prob able that there will ho any further opposition south of Iho Ynlu river Rustlan Position Stronger 1 Ixmdon April ir1 cnrro uttav of the Morning Post nt Yin Kow that tho ItitHslan poiiltlon there Is dally IwcomlnB strongar A fortnight ago tho Jnpnmwn cold have Inntl with comparative case while n ty would uxHirlonco great dimculty Tho ctirrrni ondont says ho line re I ceived trustworthy Information that the concentration of troops along tho railway has hell no rapid that It Is now Impassible for till Japanese to carry tho war lttq Mnnelnirln with any hopn of aurceca and that tho most they can do Is to Isolato Port Arthur and possibly Vladivostok r Another Attack on Port Arthur t London April GTho Tltnoa cor respondent nt Chofoo cabling under ditto of April 4 says that there was I another Itombnrdmunt of Port Arth April 3 hut that there nun no InItic details of tho engagement avail able t Alit TAMC KXIMIDKS Ono 3liin Kllltil Srvrrul liijurril and I n Ilia Miiip 1iiriliilly Wrrrknl Moadvlllo In April IA largo nlrtbo I tank exploded In the machine shop of tho Krlo railroad shops here partially I wrecking tho Immense building nnd i kllllllg ono man Instantly anti several Killed John C Frederick l 37 gang foreman Seriously Injured Harry Cummlnan and IJrnosl II Hans man clerk In gnncral foremans olllco and Captain 10 M Hoffman n machin lAt The air lank carried about 100 f pounds pressure Tho explosion jarred the entire city 1 Floed ta Standstill Vlnconnes hut April iTho flood Is at a standstill but tho nit atl on hero has not Unproved In lawruucethecounty III nnd Knox county inn I In flood loss will bo 1000000 nccordl to tho mOAt conservative estimateA- hnmust holt of these two cs iJJ have been under water n week and the wJF a It wheat l- ostlmated IB ruined Tho losses nV f100000 to bridges ftOO octrta iambi 100000 to Icveon 25 r t 0 tO to fences fTROOO to buildings 150000 to railroads and tho rest l crOll Tho Stnlulard Whncl works mlingo tho IndlonapoTfH Handle company cm ploying COO men have closed down on hii pccount of water which seeps through the levers4 After Thirtysix Years Keolaik la Feb 5Cimrlen Cnck Icy murderer of Constable Renb Fcnstenmnker In 18CC nt Farmlngton who was arrested after 30 years en bred a plea of guilty and was son tcncttil to 10 yours In prison at Fort Madison During the 30 yours fol lowing the murder Cachley led an honest upright life In a wood camp In southern Missouri Ho married nnd reared n family who know nothing of tho Indictment hanging over him Ills whereabouts runs discover- thrpugl ot aPPllcnU 11 for apnnalo tory Building Razed GA Devon f J11lngllli Canal struct h AV talling a loss of 100000 It + + v eitllllCII by Theodore Morris k Chtepwiiy and th IIIghlnllll Ulnn commny plateiaII llninncd Dreyfus lace Oermaiila Knitting works Henry Wnllpttt pearl worker Over 800 persons are thrown out of employment Strike In Panama Spreads Panama April fiTherallroadsw- ltcltmonbnV tJoIR In thfJifllrike of tho railroad laborers Unit States marines will he landed IIf1 the wharves and othur property eftitke railroad which the soldleri of ihaw ubllq are nom itatrolllng ij f i r f I j tfti f Jt t tI2N f1i + 1 r e t4 ua 4 11 1 yStV T 1 MANV IIUSUItIWSlflUfU- loOlI III futile Itxtn rHulch Troo and llrli llloii 6iiMiwlrnn Amsterdam April tA telegr run received from tho commander of Iiu Dutch column which Is oporatln against tho natives of Achln norther Sumatra who hf stcadfftBUy roo fused to I Ic r lolN of a nCknotJo there1win resulted In 1 clutch Rucee Intl nt n ttII 3 Ihn vlf afaarcby nu 41 marolu urmundl tho village of e wlero a forco of neatly tile trlbcsIt were encam 1c fatter wero armed P anIffjespnl rough with the t lIut for their ca tr taijJfirl- ngk the r becn tooted and eroroWIrllJ111 men were compelled to lice tillhad killed n1 wounded 325 or trio pub u 11110 lOll to tho rebels Is Alec 1 r Hklllell while their wounded II a figuref f Cool Conic lion Jot St lands Mo tApr 2 William Church who wasfarr phla and brought liero to niiiwcr i charge of having murderet Mr a Mrs Honry W Yeatcr his bone tors of Wnrrcntpn Mo teal Augu cnnfcisinl to the police that ho coin nt milled tho double crime Just beta J80 ho full Impelled to 1 Just went to their rcom and cut thtin throat with my razor while tidy won asleep he said Ho calmly relate tbo details ont toM how ho e8cnpul nRfrom tho county It dont keep no nights ho continued Now nail then I wish I had not done I I1 tako what I get without asking fo mercy Chicago Oandlts Retentenced Chicago April 2Time car barn ban dlts Neldcrmclcr Marx end Yandl- were token before Judge Kcraton end on motions by tho states attornej Pywere rcsonlcnccd to bo hanged oa April 22 tho date originally set by oioyl nil tho legal requirements nlqtie In passing sentence Tho re sentencing the bandits was duo tu time action taken by counsel for Qua Marx who applied for a writ or round ot errors Irsn ot judgment and the clerks record Iowa Democrats Indorse Hearst 31ToDemocratic state convention did complete Its work until a late ho Tho report of tho commlttcx on rts6 iutlonn which eas- y tirnnlmouilj adopted reaffirms jiHi s Domocracjr as enunciate flion Jackson and Oal n pl r the delog tel to Tw rite C1I1 soaren tlon to support Wm itandrlrfi- rst rot last and all tho tbs for t ho presidential nomination Tl fesolii lions declare that Hearst will ucvCj compromise with trusts and TRI hln the champion of iota j lurNegroca Will Nominate allt ilL Louis HiatArrt IwT Scott a negro h aaapvsr J thai preparations have bun oloIt11 fol n national convention fur 11 uo nation of a negro can lkt ft done Tho conventional r heli In SL I nula July G the di to set foi nations Democratic c invention line name of tho now part Is The National Civil Liberal Part and n platform will bo adopted wi ch Scott ngsoya will call for gnvernmr town of transportation facllli es and a pension list for turner clay s Floods Ab ttIndianapolis April 4 J boo aotf nttuatlon throughout Indian ha Im proved considerably during tlc Pas 24 hours Dispatches from j 11 menaced by tho high wale i aunt the past two weeks JStll Ate hat there Is no danger of fJtthe dams Considerable alarm wiinfcl at F rc Wayne because of a bootie ride waters which hnveslncc rer14 I K Is believed that tho rlsewtV ca 111 rensenolr at Cell II a O J J Earthquake In Manzan to 1rltSon Francisco Cnl Axlll Tho steamer NOWIOlt raYt ao earthquake at Mnnzanlllo i to r day A number of LuI1J11er shaken down but tho great a m was done to the now bi ak water that Is building by the a i govornmont for tho Improv tho harbor Much of It that 1 built line mink from eight an will bo great Race OonOalvestan Tex March result of tho Intense oxclj has prevailed among tho rnc lumber regions of first Text tho past tow days four while ono negro are dealt Tito tr gas when tho lumber san to rid themselves of characters il Three Perions Dawn Boise Idaho llrl 1iT t danrIver They were Miss tint yiili s Omhnm and a mryBnnmep 40 vnsnamo unknown MlsaflynI iltJmo times ran the ferryboat H et tLiJ potol Fasted Forty40yi Anlototm Wis AKllg r h- etiuttahelm 16 Is dos otter dtt or 40 Jays undertaken Ii 1 Iblr Ito ptlompt It la eona id hilt life from which all raobanished by continuous ill tM 11iIMII her birthIMMarx Mutt taj u h Chicago April G rrtl whoI- imi a corpus for the rellefiQ ta Marx ono ot tho cnr Its was dental by Judge I1J I Joeekl the last of rhoN K b en pUced on trial to a it I 1 otf I p 1JIo t R f1t1 Al S BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRO IN THI AND ADJOINING STATES 1rninlnniit Kiirinrr Shut From An hiitli KolliMvIng ii Laaud Jllm ere suICIun Jaekson Ky April 1Jnme8 JM1- cll non watt shot from ambush and kI lid near tho mouth of Georges bran near hero The foul shot was fir Is nllcged by Bummer Spicer a cousin of Sheriff Kd Callahan Sp ccrs father Itogor flplcor ban been engaged In n lawsuit with George Johnson fattier of the murdered mat over the title to lands in this county The Splccrs wero enjoined from cut ling timber on tho land over a yea ago Johnson alleges that In viola tlon of the Injunction Splcer entered time land and cut over 100 trecalb o Johnson appeared nt tho Splccr horn to romonstrnto ho woe shot do 1EII1nh Roberts who was rafting tho opposite sldn of tho hosoya ho saw Spicer fire the shot f window Ho rushed over to whcr thoc1stInan Married the Wrong Couple Kvnnsvllle Ind April GMiss- up Pearl II Owens and Guy Myers or Sobreo Ky came hero to bo married They w6ro nrcompanlcd by Miss Z Qrayson nnd Hubert McCurry Afte securing a license tho four went to tho ofllco of Magistrate Schrader w through n mistake married the wrong couple Attar the ceremony had beer pronounced tho magistrate was toll of his mistake but Miss arayson a McCurry decided to allow tho ce many to stand Tho real prlnclp wnCurry and the ceremony was 1mIn plelo Jumped From Skyscraper Now YOlk April 2Sldlley John oleo Hayden of the Hotel Hollo Jumped to the street from tho twenty first floor ot a building at Hroadwaj and New street Nearly ovary bom In his body was broken and ho was dead when pedestrians reached Hnydon wont Into ono of the unoc pled offices on tho top floor of Now street side raised a wlntlo haThalaid an umbrella ho carried on t notledge crawled out and Jumped II nuprominent relatives In Kentucky Firemen 1Firet- o lr JhQt rgegry of llnldormnn Hrothors In llonwood dostroyod n flvostory fiat owned hy the same firm a twostorj dwelling of August Holderman and saloon ot Daniel Clear Aleut 300 forolgnora lived In the lint and there wero many narrow escapes it death Ooorgo Hofleo n baker Is ml ing and Is believed to hnvo lost life Two explosions preceded discovery ot the fire which Is thouglil to havo been of Incendiary origin TI nil10Rs wax 180000 esiCredited With Eight Notches Plnorlllo Ky March 30 Illchan Jenkins known na Dead Dick was shot and Instantly killed on Uucl crock twenty mills from hero unknown parties from ambush kiss played n prominent part In Weds whlclf regal so desperately It tho mountains several yenta ago Is credited with having killed men but for tho tact fcwycars Lees living a quiet and Ho was well known throughput mountain section of eouthcastcn vnItontuckY + No Agreement Reached Loulsvlllo Ky April tActor liaV rlag horse In confcrnco several days tho Kentucky coal miners and IntorR adjourned without having r dAll agreement concerning tho wage scale It was decided to defer saction until Wednesday April C present scale to continue In effect to that limo President John Mitchell ice been asked to como to Louisville and old in n last effort to secure an amlcablo settlement Kentucklans In Trouble Hamilton 0 April GThe cntucklans Deity Davis Jim Vance nd Arthur Donovan who tried tu hoot up Symmoa Corner 0 will not o returned to that village for hearing intll public excitement has tiled out a11I In badly hurt from a blow with i pokcr Tho men wore captured lUarmed nt tho point of revolvers joano led by Squire Kehm and CQI able Uccd Hamilton before Y raid UBO their guns Three Killed In Freight Wreck Clarksburg W Va April hTso Ight trains crashed together In tha Hlmoro und Ohio yards herb In a rend collision killing thrjfr a r o wore riding on tho pilot The flee were Thomas Quinn irion and Charles Shafer Q R from Plttshurg Tho homes of the i f IilvOnII w WUDiiftenllent i cnot i1hIno on toH alI l14Jr eorelxtttatd au rId I by hanging 1Alust in a cab- inIljl r his home Despondency over ill li tli was the cauae jr Farmer Run Dew Henderson JtyAprtl frSt- oll Eo Dusch 70 a fdrmer was run over and Ttllled hy the northbound Louisville nand Nashville accoiaraodatlon train u 1 I t I r niCKK TIUST Agents of tire iovrrnmvtil liiqiilrlti lido Its Oprriillunf St taulfi April 4 A corps of agents of the fnltcd states depart went of commerce In In St Louis In quiring Into the operations of the so willed beet trust According to In formation they have keen pout hero lIy Secretary Cortclyou in Accordance with a resolution of congress Instnict fag him to Investigate tho causes or tho alleged low prices of beef cattle l1nJedprices of beef cattle and time Belllnp prices of fresh beef Tho resolution directs Secretary Cortelyou toascer tarn and report whether the prlcoE have been manipulated by any melee ato combination and If so what the capitalization management nail pro fits of such combinations arc From St Louis tho Inspectors will visit Chi cago and other places Caseosupremewmcave carryingroma ruling of the Interstate commerce commission requiring witnesses of flclals of tho roads In question U present certain papers and records ac teas to which was desired Tho court decided that tho right of direct np peal to file supremo court of the United States In such n casa does solar and that It therefore took tho case It further decide that tho hOtcommlllsion had the right to take up the case although Mr Hearst the complainant could show no financial and direct Interest In tho proceedings Killedrepersonaaarc ICfivo fatally injured by an explosion tho factory of tho Dickson Squib company nt Prlccburg near hero Twenty girls wero employed In tho factory What caused tho explosion Is not known utltll said one of tho girls throw a squib Into a stove and that tho force of tho explosion was so great that It wrecked the building and sot It on fire The squibs are used In coal mining 1mpolltkC uled It pistolUoRussell of tho State Democrat and J W Hawkins former as rdsfatantchlet of police who have boon wdns abdomen Each was active In t preliminary organization of the Ir ocratlo county convention The streets wero cooled with pole Russell fired three effete bTforoUawklns pull ed his pistol Panama Canal Suit Decided Paris April 1 The first cl r tribunal of tho Seine decided the r ogalnstsa holdstreceivable and condemns tho plain 10tlrrs to pay tho costs of tho action This decision has tho effect of remov- InG the Illegal obstacles In tho way of transfer of tho canal concession from the company to tho United States byPunitive Expedition Punished drlallstIONigeria lirltlsh West Africa and punltlhtotrtbe who In December cut up a ottcerR tho recent fighting tho Okpotos four their way Into tho midst of tho British oqunro and killed or wounded many of the British Carnegie Institution JrRWasblngton April 1Tho house commlttco on District of Columbia thorized a favorable report of th olll bYJ15cnkerthoInstitution of Washington D a T Institution is capitalized at 10000 000 from Andrew Carnegie and Its purposes are to oxttfd wpportunltlea for study and resear hfn the UnltCd- Stntes j rCIJDrcke BothvWIIJ lruY Ledr East Sfrt lOUIII1 pr 1All contclltlnl his wltis 4 blob him ort l1t11 jsa and AtlooQ 111 luroftdn rolaUvgs d anlng the suit tvo + etlkn ago Oo Jnhn Tim ItI rrJ6lceal phch nxt4tit rMoolthjG0OQ0 pslatswlllto reillthcsl- ie here and In UroP etsenger Killed 1 and Car Looted fneddlng Cal April 2Tho Oregon xprcss of tho Southern Pacific rail way southbound was hold up at Cop ley near Koswlck by three masked 1lrto J thenlank j f much booty limo robbers and Tibetans Clash tUh India April 1Ne recetvgdefAsovero fighting betans tho h mission under Colonel Young tendl There were two engage I relnllsedwiththe Tibetan camp at Guru Two Killed by Flying Cow Brunswick Ky March 31As tho fast northbound express No2 Queen and Crescent railway was rounding curve near Tatovlllo It struck a cow knocking the animal against Morgan and his 1year old son Os car Morgan both of whom were killed t ST lr L = o i 4 1 1-x tf r J ij iiI = FURNITUREm NEW AND SECOND HAND to r G S SETTLESe I1 t Jackson = Kentucky ft Wc can furnish you goods at the following extremely iv low prices ttiilfltendfl from 100 to S50011 U1Bi Jiircaiis from l00 to 1000 Vnslislands from uO cents to 500i Cook Stoves from 150 to 1250 N I tS We carry Couches Kitchen Safes Stand Tables anti 1 various other things at prices Come and see us IS you will be surprised Yours truly I I G S SETTLE R Jackson Kentucky n INCU6ATOR DUCKS c tadthy Thcr Jirr 1refernlile to Tlio h0llatrhrd by lien Q1Tltn Inciibntor not hatch no lam go a itereentnge of Uueks eggs nn the hells will Ifoa cr the ones that do hate have n better chance for their lives IIIj the machine thin when left to the In tier mercies of time hen Ducks ninko a thoII11111111stoffer tflcy once get out of the shell This Is the critical time with pome ot them Thlslisone time In their UnS w hcutincs niv chow They dont lOll rut of shell In n hurry like the chicks becntiKc the shell Is tough nm tiuylvlilliitf Sprinkling the eggs wltl hot Water helps the hntehtng process It they fail to innkc any headway In pettliiR out after time eggs hove beci several hours tho shell she IIlI gently loosened enough for them toot get their heuiU out H Isfeii8y for the IIlIl teur totrRt duck CKBH on the fifth or slslhtlnyi The bug germs show up plainly then Ther are likely to bo Hcvcrul Infertile essa unlcas the ducks ore very healthy htcud active and we like to dispose of early which mukes time Ira lighter to 6nnQley1ciur souiu n while wnlt and core for tho nmchlno n 1I11do eggs but one feels nmply repnUl n number of big soft cola tellm- au II make their nppearnnce There Is uo Her liutwtlinn n machine hill 0Aduties jThoy poon grow ugly kntttte 1ii lieu whentho ntwrlgl- ho IYtnxaget heOtnuee they grr + qul c cr limn thlcUpiis or htrixya ltil n- ha ro Jler 1oti au4k Ilkd IIJt n lie her protlfx Roe sntlNfnrdryy j1Ill the ningc of the garden or yn r I np thoilucklliiKH In n roomy grits lit surrounded with duck proof fen C1 IrN wont tlo to give them their fr eiorcut110m D lay so many eggs theySntifilf frlghteiuil by dugs other dlsturldu InilueiuCH They tat bp carefully flhut In every night lh VUCswniwIf them Is n posadblli Nrltcretenor Ice will iiiorc tUuii pay for themselves eggs durliiK thcrsprlui mouths It fully lookt l t r AVe know whereof we spcnkUnvlagbed experience In thl bmlich of tlmnoultrg business Ohio 1 armor s The 3li innna Tliunilcr It has been wild that thunderstorma arc Inlluenced by the moon Nearly 111000 obsevntlons collecteil by the tltltet Stntos weather bureau show a preponderance of 03 per cent In ti Hrat half cf tho lunar month Ti ttlUlltlerstorll1i1HS first quarter hurt olio least number tween tho fulllnoou nnjiaho lust qu ter This Is perhaps limo only antlsf tory evidence thaVthe weather is at alln Influenced by tho moon Vnlnable Space First Stockholder l dont pee why people should bo nlloweil to packages on time elevated marls nood Stockholder Why shouldnt they I First Stockholder =Well If It were not tontor tune packages we could crowd a f more people Into each carTows Iud Country L x vn u tf- Scf AT Iron Beds from 250 to 000 Dirting Tables from 350 to 500 Rockers from 50 cents to 350 Chairs from 25 cents to 8100 Parlor Suits front 1000 to 3500 lowest i ON MAIN STREET Srnlty and the Cabby It was about 130 when Arcllb McAllister artiest at Huston static nnd be found that time train he was to catch for Portsmouth dm not leave London till 4 oclock To see as many of tho sights of the great city IlosMlhlelnthelimIlCll time wus 1 enrjiest desire hint the hair total stories he hml heard Tunitochy nbout Ixlulon cnbmenH charges hail not been lost upon him After n uiouren thought however he hailed nlrnnso Im n stranger here ye ken he said to the driver but can yo drive me Waterloo station In tithe to catch 1 oclock trnluV With n little reflection cabby said he thought he might miumgc It cud J driving by devious ways he wnnng- t to ninko that twenty mlnutesjourney huit tvvo hoUrrniul n half Arrived Waterloo Archibald fastened upon railway policeman Can yo tell me tie fare from Er- uud ton7 Ono nnd six said tbo companys guunllnn Vurrjr well said Archie IIcr n btt ibow fer yorself ran mono nnoT wull ycjfclhdly settle wl the cobra while n body teks its tlckctLon unit Chronicle rs Ilt Games aposttunot necessarily menu one that has 011not been crosseil with other fighting breeds but one that lies not been crosHeil with other that fighting slot giunctock never stops fighting x IIereIs torkunexcelled In flavor of nleiit and ore of prolll1IlAynerrr fnlr to protect their younff chickens Time tells will tight n hawk nny ntlicrcncniy to n young brood Ilt gnmofi nr doubly valuable They naare in iloinnnU for breeders std also orror fighting purposes Joo Steen In Unneliror TeethtIlcfore nrtlllclnl were coatedhe deficiencies had to bo mode good by hlthe real article so body snatchers rnv reIICll1 tho cemeteries ut night breaking up tho Jaws of lima dead to extract etheir teeth to sell to dentists for Inse r flan In live mens mouths An army these ghouls followed Wellingtons ar my They were licensed ns cutlets Jut once night fell out came their nippers cud they prowled over time battlefield extracting tho teeth of tho dead or dying Drang Otilnnu Incorrect IOTho largo anthropoids of llorneo and Sumatra nro usually called ornug ou tangs This forum ItBcems Is not cor omtanboK 80 atthnt orang outnng would simply urea n man In debt Time correct Malay name Is orang utnn or outnn Tills slg nllles the forest man In distinction to oraiig dusun or village civilized man eeGeUIRIr n Llbrnrr Student How would you advise neho to go about collccthlga library lro maoaged was young itt woks and lent them Now I borrow books and keep them J I j I liI j tr I f rrtv F W r tt s t y ITIn i c many years ago directed that In her collin should bo burled all her handkerchiefs and sum + clehtof tho best Scotch snuff to cover x dNher body This She preferred to flow 11ers as nothing mold bo oro fragrant t no rffreshlng to m as that pre clous powder Furthurthe six great est snuff takers In the Ipurlsh of St 111JII1UCI Westminster weYe1 to be her Six old maids each bearing in her haul H box Oiled with the best oScotch snuff to take for their refresh ns they walked were to carry the poll Before the corpse the minister ysync to walk currying and partaking pound of snuff At every twentyI toftnat were be plural for gratuitous distribution sto bushels ot the same quality S Qtg tearthquake mid Peatllenee sJron early times pestilence has been ha One of ibo nccompunl rwears of earthquakes Nor Is this per rt qerstltlonn ra g ithoA D otter more Wan n dccude of eels rate disturbances which extended from fis Japan to the Mediterranean the whole of Italy was visited according to Slgo v wjilchIcrs such as Von Plenclz an authority on tUo Lisbon earthquake of 1753 if w were wont to attribute tile pioneness to disease exhibited by whole populu flans during sett uako i u to shAken rve tegel k pttvlougcvi ausplnilottnll broken re M t r 1 A Clever Special IICaderuSir John Uylcs was a tierce special pleader ns n lawyer In tIll young days he appeared In a breach of promst rr Iso taco to defend a man who had married another woman Sir John cross cxnrulned the plaintiff thus Did not promise to marry you when his father was dead Yes la bis fa they deadV No Then that Is my p case Time defendants wife tinny did before his father br afterward and hu may outlive them both when It will beat time for him to fulfill his promleelV is It la also recorded that Slr John rode a horse culled Business so tlifit clerk might conscientiously tell Mpifp fir tailors tint hits miiBter was out on y business Loudon Standard V A French EpUode A Frenchwoman took a seat Ip a railway car In Purls the other dad when a man entered and sat down on the edge of her dress Sue called Ube attention to the tact And asked him first pleasantly then angrily teiiet up Ho pold no attention tob c whereupon she boxed his ears reJe1ft city Ho retaliated by P DI k V from her scat whereupon siloacriwlsted and he was arrested It turned wU3fc s that ho had not heard a word of what r she hall said being deaf and he Vaa naturally indignant at her acUontftmt apologized all the same j 1 t- no To the Jackson coal ntnnPa Xou man gel cash for your ohs tJi9al1In goat 4l1A S Johnson1 atone oJ E j rj 4t t AYiii It Ita tr J- tI J4V t ll- V TtlBBRBATIfITT +ZmT VliLJh Z J WISH IIAfUNS Friday tprllSth llKfl I t IMOIKSSIONAI CARDS i J VlaK lUoiNli 0 XSlloWII IIAaiNSl BOlV lNG 17AWOficr JACKSON KCNTUUICT jfjyAll business hitsetett to them will lecelvo jiromitjjand careful tit lentton Yr == = 1 X1I1InririIIIII LCARK = t 3 LiVAVYER a 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Trihttno Farmer uIsto pay tu OlIO para an bacrtption 1 tho JJrciitliiuVCounty News Tat nil Vanlnjuof this oller itt onto as a it will soon lie withdrawn a q1ndfortiselrten toto T on a guaranty that hart paper hasI aR inoroihan twice the circulation in Jr iW t IJreathittiQoiiuty of anyuj pu hliIipdp Qh r paper goes to ev tVofcoiil IerrS Counts J8 ran1tllll st eer one in Lee Mnl tics ollin r Owslutl and WolCe Couu A ff td If jgILwllllt to reach the 1 lOunt trtldl 1L nlillll IrJall 0 REATII = NtswsiTt M A illjirItrrilrr ntotnnch way cnuso no 1 cadof t I 1VIii the elnlunch- t fails tipjwrrarcu its rnnctlons Ihn bow ijTsj hcifnie itsranKfil the livrr and f IIUIIIOrousfto k j are piiiiiju5iij And1IIPrflirt the moH to be r dreaded thiuJniiuiriniil ihlng to to rev 1IItOlI Itie1 t nr 14Aen i n henl J 1 thyconlIIIiiifnUir thJ8 parIipso no houbr ii rleLxII1eon he aced tlr n 1 Olmniberludiii sIIIlIlohond Liver issn jf irHle br DBy llros Cn Jt HE BREAD MAKER i I 1kar of the Result when us In11 Mans jeldls Flour c wliMa niiUwV liie natural ills e + iit tJr1TI IIt 6drry MRe I tillterh ltlel bread Ihnt1 have 11000 IJInc because It I- i1fiIIJd t HH tliii libel IlId ulllle 1IAb tight tcny oil Iti beet Cquippe- I r lirflour mill iii Kentifolcy f I IENIfor E- wfllflwHiortjFr cohVlnolfiK thnifn f fol H + krour grocer for it TIS GrMAVSFfE D ASOX 1 DQIUI T YN Y I t tH 2tJt 1 L 1t 1 I i Nt of I4 rn J t 0 Ji fo r I JiJT ti v J C he Gentleman i From 111 dofr t 173yc Copyright 1099 by TJttoJiteday fSi MeClar ColCcpytifhl 1902 by MeClurt Thitltp tZI + + ++ ++++ OIIAI7 tilt t f lEN till rusty bands of tho olllcc flock marked half IIl1l1tIII 4 the editor In thief of Carlow County llcrnld took t It IUIiion Ms last totted from the White Caps IIlnrIPrnMUl1Ile west stroll Ing thought fully out of loxvu by the white hot deserted Mnln street null thenco onwunt by tin country rand Into which Its proud half mill of old brick store building tumbledown fninie shops end thinly painted cottages dc generated The xuii was li Ida taro where the road ran between the sum veer ileitis lying wavoleas low gra cous In promise hut rotting to a wood of hickory nnd beech and wal tint that stood beyond lie might turn his don Iebent hat brim up mid hold his head erect Here the shade fell imp anti cool on tho green tangle of rng and Iron WIHH tutu long grass In the corners of the Himke fence nb though the mm Deal upoiitliu mad so- clojc beside There wiis noihovemcnt of the crisp yon lenveH ovurhmd High In tilt bong there ynal a quick dCped when the air In quite Still boil conic yet there restid sonuwliPit on the quiet day a faint plenannt woody swell It came to the editor of the Hnriild us he cllmbvd to tho top rail of tilt fence for u font mill he drew clotC6altogether lethabit of delicacies hi said aloud addressing the wide slhnce complain Ingly One taste nod they quit her fliiIMird gazing solemnly UJMJII the shining lllthV town down the tend It was n place of which Its Inhabit ants Kometlines runwrked easily that their city had n population of front r tH0 to 0000 onlx but It should be easy to forwlvo thorn for such sloth mall It Civic pride Is n virtue The town lay In the heart of that fertile stretch of tint land In Indiana where eastern travelers glen lag from sir wlnclfcWH nhiidderand return their eyes to Interior uphoUtery preferring even the swayIng iiiparhwna of a Ililliiinu In the monotony without TIlt landscape runs on Jiitcrinlimbly level Hint bleak In winter a desolate plain of rood and snow hot nail lusty 111 summer mile miles of lint lonMonioiiMs with nut one cool hill slope nway front tho still The peiftatent tourist who mcks tor signs of 1111111 In this wd expunge per cejves a reckletw amount of roll fence at Intervals a lull haul a ml here gild there mart hlnwelf Inuurioiis patient slow looping up trout the fields apa IhetlHilly as till limited tiles by Now tillagetowith u mill near the tracks This 1Y ucaaalyrlxct nut the IlIlInhllllnJ nod the local papers refer citykI Ihttvllha capital of ClirloWJOIIII Tit social n- and liuslnps4 energy o the town con centmted on the sqiftiro nod here In summer time Xhr gentlemen were wwup lounge froiu store to lore In shirt sleerea null In the center of the Bipiarc stootl the old avert l rlck court house loosely fenced In ushady allpprler 0 Vlloji the film filutctpnGut for thedry In tar UhlttlerK In front of the around IhJstjnare anal the here pants tlr tlit clujlre In front of the Ial woull1goIfence and carvolheir luitldlson the I uld board Frortj Ihe LMialtlfiii pf the taut TIME PIECES IOH j EVERYBODY i I IWATCHES IN Gold Gold Filled f NIOKLE ANDJGUN METAL ANDIFHEINTZ JEWELER apUl lIAIl STty 010 f Till lIIUIs1l- I LEXINGTON KY I I J I 1fhJ itIt JJ i+ u f 7 ajr r 10 J II lJ Inn I C ir sun the editor of the Herald Judgctlm that these operations were now In + nod he was not deeply elated the knowledge that whatever desul conversation might press from man rune on tho fence would iruhabty be lutplred hy hU own ioiivletlons ex- 11IIttlltlllollnll In the Herald He drew n faded tobacco hug and n hitter pipe from hid pocket toil utter Illlliih nod llghtliiK the pipe twirled thu an pouch mechanically nlwut his lltigei then suddenly nnnllng It pnttid It caressingly It had been u giddy little bug tang ago gay with embroidery In tho colors of the editors university and although now It Will frayed to tin verge of tatters It still bore nu tilt of pristine Jauntlucs + an air of wWch Its to owner In nowise partook lIe looked from It toward the village In tho clear dlstnme nut sighed softly us he put the pouch hack In his pocket rend rest t- Ing his trot on Ills knee nod Ids chin on his baud sot blowing clouds of smoke out of this shade Into the uiildne ah tuently watchlns the ghostly shadow on time white dust of the yard A little garter snake crept under the fence beneath him nail disappeared In the mulerbriuh n rabbit piogresalng on Its travels by II series of brilliant ashes and terror smitten hulls tome n Ithin a few yards of him sat up with u quivering nose nod eyes alight with fttnrf ul Iniaglnlngrt nod vnnWiedn Hash if huffy brown toil White Hhadows ivw longer a cricket chirped toil luiin mswers there was a woodland stir of tirisw nod the pair of robins left the iinindies overhead In eager flight vo eating before the arrival of a hock of blackbirds Imstenlng thither fix the eventide should be upon theta The blackbirds came chattered gossiped as quarreled and bout each other with their wings above thu smoker bitting 011 the top fence roll lint he had remembered A thousand miltS to the east It was commencement day cvcn years to n day from hU gown commencement hive yenta ago on another June aft ernoon a young wan trout the east had lighted on the platform of the station be north of 1lattyllle and entering the j rickety omnibus that lingered thieve seeking whom It might rattle to deaf e1 uoss demanded to be driven to the Herald building It did not strike the driver that the newcomer was pre clsely a gay young man when he climb ed Into the omnibus but an hour later j as he stood hi the doorway of the till lice he hind Indicated as JIM destination depression seemed to liar a allot lute the marrow of his LoP1lattvllh was Instantly THfirt to the to strangers presence and III Icrl1 IJIII Ill jectuios were hazarded all day lung at he the bnck door of Martins I ry Goal Uuiporlum this was the club during the iuyb and at supper the new ur rival and his probable purj oses were discussed over every table In the town Upon Iminlry he hind Informed Judd nennett the driver of the omnibus that he had come to stay Naturally such a detlaratlon caused a sensation s people did not conic to Ilattville to ve except through the Inadvertency of being born there In addltiou the young mans appearance mad attire were re orted 10 he extraordinary Many of ho curious among them most of the marriageable females of the place took occasion to pass and repass the sign of Ihu Carlow County Herald during the lIll1gtliMennxvjillo the stranger was seated the dingy otllcc upstairs with his head bowcd lowou his arms Twilight stole llfrough the dirty window panes a and faded lath darkness Night tilled tho room Ho did not move The young rune from the cast hud bought the from an ngciithad bought It williI over having been within a hundred miles of Ilattville The Herald was = alleged wirkly which had sonic npimanvl wllllll1 live ih II or 1t4 n declared date of puhllcalloit ufld KOUK times inlswd lire altogether It tits n thorn In the stile uivery patriot of arlow ixninty andjiarlow people nft tupporilng the paper loyally am lung hind at laxt given It uiul silt Kcrlbctl fur the liurulhpubtlshed In the lUlghhorlnK ivnttl y of A ma Tho former pnahlt iet r of the Herald n suniptltlous sentlemjjiirwIUi a goativ hud lakiii the pieoHWlon of eavlig Ilattville forever uulhu aflernoaii pfe wtllng his Hiuxiisrti rrt arrival The young man fn m theAi8t tutu vastly overpaid fur his purchase Nloixover the price be had paldfo lt was all the otley he had In Uieworld The next morning he went bitterly to work He hired a compositor from Uoueii n young anal tunned Iavkcr who set type till night long mid helpod him pursue adVerUsements all duy The citizens shook their heads pessi mistically They hud about given up the Idea that the Herald cOUld ever amount to anything wad they betrayed Innocent but caustic doubt of abil Ill In any stranger One day tho new editor left n note on his loor Will return In tlftecn min utes Mr Itoduey McGune a politician front time neighboring COIII of Calnes Imp penlng to be In 1Gttvilleou an errand his henrhmen found the note and wrote beneath the message the scath Ing inquiry WbyV I When lie discovered this addendum dlllor smHed for time first time since his advent told reported the Incident In of his next Issue using the rubric Why Has the Herald Iteturiird to Ilfer us- a text for a rousing editorial on lion city In polltlw a subject of which he already knew something The iKdltleal district to which Carlow belonged was goTernetl by n limited number of gen tleincn whose wealth was ever on the Increase anti honesty In polities was startling conception to the minds of the passive nUll resigned voters who talked the editorial over on time Htryet orners and In the stores The next week there was nnother editorial per ooiiiil nod Mal In Its application lull oft thereby It bccuiiw uvldNit that lie new proprietor of tile Herald was a theorist who believed III general that U polltl clans honor should not be merely of to that middling healthy species known honor among jmlltlclau toil In particular that Itodney McOuue should not receive thu nomination of his parly fur congress Now Mr McCuno was the iitidoubtod dictator of the district ed toil his followers laiighrd at the stran ers fantastic onset hut the editor wn not eoutent with Hie word of print lilt hired n horse nod rode about the new try and to Ills own Hurprlsel proved to an adoptable young mail who en Joyed exercise with n pitchfork to the fanner prollt while the farmer tall to He lalkwl little himself but niter listening tin hour or so he would drop a word from the saddle as he left timid then by some surprising wizardry thr runner thinking over the Interview decide here was some tense In what ant young 101102sold and grow curl iiw to Sloe what the young fellow hail further to say In the herald 1 Iolttlca In the one subject that goe or the vitals of every rural AmorUiin and n llcumkr vlll talk twllllcs after Is deadN- Evcrylaody read the campalgii all torlals and found them Itilereallngv nl though there was no one who dlil real perceive the utter absurdity of a young ll stranger dropping Into Corlow nod Involving himself In n parly light J1 agiitnst the bosj of the district It win entirely u party tight for by gtatcv f- ih4lsst gerrymander tho nnmloatlon carriedlwlth It the curlalnty of ctee hunt A tccekbetore the convention thieve came u pravlnchil earthquake The tin iiows passed from wan to man In owe struck whispers McCuiiD hall with drawn hlsname making the shallow estof excuses to his cohorts Nothing wart knownfof the real reason for Ids rdrftIejfcat beyond the filet that ellhiietTvl from a visit to the Herald olllce In tlitTttate of iwly Jlr Parker the ihRouen had been ut tb rnttJBhaklug on desk I DrA 0 rII iithjI 1 1 f q n- I 1 r oUr 4a 1 1IIUlu1lu tract between Mr Mctune nod myself These patters lire nil ntllditvlt mid coplen of nime reconls of u street cur cpmpijny ii hitch obfaliud n charter while Mr Mcrune wua In the leglsla fur They were sent to me by U iniiu donut know an anonymous friend of Mr McCtmeln toot u friend he struts to have lost On consideration talc nut printing these papers Mr MeCune iigrees to retire Trove politics for good You understand If he ever lifts his bond again itollllrally we pub lUh them nnd the courts will do the list Now In case anything should liapHii to illt- SolIwlllllll will hap en to you nil right broke out MiCuue You can hank on that you black Conn time editor Interrupted not unpletiKiinlly Why should there hd anything personal Iti nil this 7 I dont recognlre you us my private enemy nut at nil and I think you ore getting rather va4y nreiH Soul You keep out of polltliH nnil everything will Gu coinfortabh You ought never to hove bleu In It you see Its u mistake not go Bipiaru IHIII use In the lour run somebody Is sure to give you away like the fellow who sent me thec You promise to hula to n strictly pri vote Ilfef n traitor to the party groan Urn other but you only wait The editor sculled sully Walt noth ing Dont threaten watt Go howl to your wife Ill give you throe to one 0411I11 mild Me Cone that the While Caps will get you If you stay In Carlow You wont talk out fur yourself I tell you my smart boy Good ilay Mr McCiine was the answer Let me hove your note of withdrawal before you leave town tldi afternoon The young man paused a moment then extended his hoed us he Kuld Shako bonds wont trout 11 havent jnonnt to lit too hard on you hoK things will seem ruder and guy to you before lung and IIf nuy thing Hhouhl turn up that I can do fur you in a prluite way Ill bo very Kind you know Uuodhy The Hound of the Heralds victor went over the state The toper came out regularly The townsfolk bought and the farmer throve In for It Old Hiibsortbrn cue back Old lid erlls renewal The Ilenild begnn to sell Amo and i iilnen coUnly people iut Hcrlbwl Tarlow folk held up their bends when journalism Will mentioned 1retfently the Henild nnnonnced u new contiectliui with Itoiien and with that and Ill old of patent Insldes began era of three hunes a week appear Ilig on TuemlNyM Thursdays and Satur days The Plattvllle brass baud scr- etlfflnlihvlllor l TO liE CON riS UlH Jlue several hiinJred deeds rlt duitig my ttriniif olllce as T tlerk there nre valuvble In owrers 1Ir ilie Innd end 1 would ttlnil fur llifiu to call par the fees luhbiheut hilt J VIe lliRln 1tCt will furnlih lil cut jarllb AtqllIrlI IIesllrh meat 9 + t d F Birntj M tes Wf rs A coupon o1rea VMt In every box of T E BADE MAR MATCHThe Thatch with the long strong stick that never falls to light and Ask your grocer for the Search Light Match and Save the Cott- Cffe THE DIAMOND MATCH COI i j I 1 L DAY BRGSiotoIt k b wr 1 OMPANY= Wholesale and RetatK 1r t t I Have the most complete stocki c 4ri n u j i GENERAL I MERCHANDISEt 4 CP Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of iL 4 I J1t 1 U = ftdst IN0t7 tlSt 1J iI i I a I fffduq t Itft 1 IQiS C flW h tl ue eve le inest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky fur mens shoes are Df the Latest Style rot me Lathes we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy iiiinery GoOdsY frhisl Department is under the man agem t of Mrs R J Fulkerson who can snow you The Latest Style Hatsr- ect I i from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS r r hfw If Y riie q House Purnlshings H 11 41 URNJTUME it JJJA J Jt e the opjeyou are looking foAlliavc it by car loads to suit reverybody r 7 r orne and see us our trInuuHU1hR11Nlllnttill m ItII Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltjf cs Are All I iu1111111uNNNN1INNNNIUUUiiiiUUnnu111111nin11UilulllItIIII AY- p IjHO I i I 14 I i COMPANY t I 1 Ji ic i n tQ ky t j r 17 Jac fjyl l J 4 i4 l tit t j I ir u t ti ic ift I yt u JJ f The Breathitt News riihllHlica Every IYIilny v 1 Clmilutlnn niiiro thai IOUItTKKtf lliimlriMl oilo IIlril MI Local and PersonalJti fV I =WliHi III Lexington atop Milli Hnr I linn nfUeid lintel X hurley UiwHif hazel ilneii spent I + IiaIIrlilting in Jiiiksnn Mm K Inirink In villlsig Itie tint i workIMr nml Alt Snit 1nlUin of It Kiiili Huru lure Wednesday sal Tb tiny f lr1 l1 II A nun will prdscli lf11111fjamllltIII flljITlllM + llnuiilll lint ItOliullt Dill tt mei luie mid took putI aaftlut Thiiridny Y v t IhinV1V1luUtunt returned Suit illflii J from Went Liberty whirr Imlmil lieVVMtltMullitK ruiirt JJC hick relumed Tuesday jinjiliritlmid Ooviigton Mhure lie been on lniH rlHiit lennl hnllIlIu It A lluri Muni to Utilfti couily HjtnnUv In attend list bedside of ho sitter 1us J I Sieele Mho has been tertuiitly il- lIjltlwrllI J Irp sun ut Th- uIt m ill 11t Iprlllt dlid in Lexlnti lull JHII runny Iii MJII ilHiiil 19 ear nldnd n Unit al lllelll nt Slain College AUMe Alary air1 bud BeilTeCipi mid Meimr Kverrtl llnflk and lit- Ieh Ifey 1iok n piH alll unllug tU UIIIII1 ilytIlldxrIrlnrnlnKIhNenlntlt I a y- The Ladle Aid Nmieiy of the 1 byterfmi Olinreli ulil givi an Nu liliimenl hi the CollevH next Fluder iMtiifnu ciilillid the Ud Maid Un venttun Quite a Urg muliii c cal present tli Wlirt MiUleMI nt tilt Ilrinr Nn linFlll IL ijnlillNy 1he eJetel wertMvfy lnt ifHng vial IIflll In be IIi e hest ever InIll In tIts iininiilulnr- Dr I 0 KUer vpecialitl un eye HUM and tluuNI will be in Jnckign un April Hih Itlll IClh BJM laded and KUfseii III Inl Itemnmber Ilia date 1011111111 S If Pont nf ltiul ville was here during tin Meek looking after Il- ltend mil i II Iliad IdN father 1 idnl llie Bailey Hotel Utl week lli was flu geed nf M 0 ItalJey Millie hare llnnJntin K Iooper linn withdrawn from HIM rare fur tIt Democratic u liiNitnn fur Umigmii leaving 1 Irk llillliiii the resent liicnin I PIIt1wllhuut upINlnUfou 1Itt r miller will niiil Alirll Mm In dec sir UupkluN Iliu umturr ICiVV 0 tY rKhrlll HIM noted 1tognIJ Ing tVKiiuilUi will urJln n kerJeii uf incrUii n H I the ltnilit uliurrli M- der uti AJnll II Itni ArKltlirllH fang our jenr MiMily the KtcalevitilKfllkl wild ts n HUM MIIfingt r IK Wfll + ndll liilk T Let everylKMty beta Ifiill Nntn JII lid mil Jobe I Junr ul Nltl won fnniiil deed net In Irnblg nunr bb hllln hl4 INNIy bring linrilHl toa nrUi It M miiMiiieU that Im liiilll u Mr bud Ind ilnitn In uarin nod Ml Ndcr nnd nilleil Intn the lire mid Man liurird In dealli lilt 1IIypckresildbud wan niitrrifd Kvtll I Oniknrlmiu lim bran railed M lnsttrntr sit Trny lrhllrlnllC- hurrll line of the wealllileit rliurrlip JfrtNininc niiiniy Air Utukrrlamour 11 bit nniiliiliriil liy many nf IrMhra Nafii11INhl IIr list INee 01o legtnie Iiiiliinln III ilia enrly Os from Lett noiinly IIIN snccet fhoaa Mini any one can mcceiil who will try hard eiiuughM HIIJK hut hit was rill a uf pears unable In lie on biijnJor lean agiiiMinny haul aubel wfllinul rent pnln OIlIHCIIIIIIIIr kid 1m11I1 Smliha Kidney Tonlu has retnoved Ilia imln milt hn Is able lo lie m liU imek uiiliiilit pnln Wrt think Ilrhltr 11111111Mhllllhi know It nllli theamid tIlIioIlL + gltt u Ill unr prcarn UUilu Air Jiilinmn mid ere fur yonMtflf 3m Slinktuiifuiu Literary Club I 1111 aliiteilin at the liiMiienf Itvv H I IaAkVTn jday HVUIIIIK fnnn seven In tl1I Vtilouk This unKrmn cuiitltlrd of djj iIIttll1I1I IIr use ditTercut IUlllur tt of aI iniletgivingtiltIskturysitIho p Us Uiernrjr fcntilriis nml I close s idy uind tXiuullionof il vharauters TKi Ai n iiNZuni were very Ins nllIog end I sII eloing titpLmfil1UuedIA m il killed ni Ui i ninth nHOtv II HralTcli leaf Krldiiy evfiiliitt lyv JJuinivur Splceri l nf Jnlnifon redo s iibiViiiiiri + Ia blIitiiterr hn Will ii I Hie w as a mrofiOi huhfolulfmt hr III blare tun ilerrwrahirvAlcuI Cueu Ile ewBl Ishidt rt n isle einlnht- It mil tiTIfL L- ln8t ii lefll Creek In Ureathlll county S J t i111I lUt tinyof Mrch UtjI- IQII wfiFre between Alfrrd ltdbarts niidirilias ungy 210 In onrrency In NIl lendiillnr bills and eight live ilofintnillU 1 will juya llliernl reward to anyone lliulliK same April IIOL i4 IIMIBrasheari J ilJrilhpe N Iity it Warrant Iv- w ut Jt I 1lJwH1 rliitiinutlitn Rive- ClTainbisriHlniiN lNln Balm a trial Svllln 4 wwt you a rent It l t doe no I good Ono applfoatloH wIirfellBVB 4 elAncureaeprnhtaatiulbrK in ulleUalrdlhl other trenlniQiU Cull burn 1 bites fjulnsy paln In the ulule ami ar cluist jjlniululur and other iy ljlnK a bynpplyinglty it v luII tHI ab tIfo k tt yIa fI1 Y rJ r i v tc 11 R- v t t if i r ii t kn 4o i IIrellon OmeOIH fur GnigrcRNuIII mil Prbnury be bold4161Y- 7th J1tW VJI Win Cniiiity CmiiiiitKP nieMiere laM TiiuMlay and eelrclell the Mlic fur UuI ingrcKionnl rrliilary In- lurid lie May Till 100lr 1ArJuI I I Nnbie Ull1r talld 111 llmlson Mliiritl JAOKiTtN N1 2 k Just Chapnimi midU 11 lYhiltnk Jtilges llreck Combs Ilerk and l h81tulIl siHrT r- jAOkf OX SIJ Junif Kdwanlr end Klbert llnrgl Ulrrki and rull ShlrllJ atFRuzxs No 4 f Itryantnild Wilt 4rlllllll Jude OltlllaUltrkor1l 11ul lllltlonSl ill rti Ot AU irnJprncerauJAndralJ jIll Needhmu CIand Juhll Moody Sheriff f J B ii vuYTho iiitllth Mild I UIIIIIIIII- rulll Jodgea111n Belohen RfVkl end JI- had Andersun SlierJIT j- CKO IIKTT VIILC NJ T Itubt linrion nnd y1t11 CnlUhnn Judges Thus K Ueatuti Ulerka Win Amis Slierlff UCORQH MRAXCII No 8 ItalrlngllSJudge Q W Duaoiu Clerk all Dualon Shrrllit rlCur HOLK Nn 9 A C Itm II1nllJ Klnlrty lliunh e Judge llrTk Olrk atiU J Allen Sheriff SObi I T IIt 1 I II No H L IrlelnItlru gate Sheriff SPRIG FiiHicNo 11 atJIll Bradley and Qeil Clemoiis Jai Kr IInJkfna Jr Ulerk end I Ah rJIIIIIIle Sheriff T- HLUOTTSVILILNI 1- 1I0 j Calhoun and JosLotely JtiilgF earFreuebMllllarUlrrk cud U Viflll JOlventill I 001o t- Attest r J M Allyn qrs iller V hllc t I 1111 n B UIMV to ward Oil til Attuc feg Ithrutnnllaul IonFor yan when prlng tlm+ on end I went Into gardening I Va o LuIIWill more severe lliH pre rding sill says Jinie SIrIi of Muss Ixigaii ruuntpll Ya 1 liieilnverytliiiig Mllh nn relief what ever until I procured a bolli i l CliaTn iMrlalu 1nin ltnlninnd the tint rallon gave me Boar and befoenl111Ij lint IMIIIIJTIU used I felt liken person Now I feeT1iVyTXi cur tit hull always keep a bottle Dllliiinht lahts Inin Balm In Urn h 1 A end when I feel any ymplnm nflretiirn l soon drlvo II away with one A toplications nf this liniment sir ii ir Day ilnis Ci toi will pay cull for Oominkiiwealtli Town anti School Claim I A SJ Ixeox CorrcspondeiAbo ROUSSEAU j f h11ltlesstrd Mclnlosh shni W J Mills re 111midui Alller was trying in force lair buy tqv leave Alolnfosh the trouble i nine u I1 Miller run isle hood In hi lIrkll- CI Mclntoih being Ihe quIekWl drew isle pltol and shot al Mlllere I end IsB Ainlx Is Irf t ir wll hit t great m iiy people have jjlt nfir gNltgilhe beak randy Jur F JIIekrtll a urea to take them lip WII hope that the weather whj n en leyupshorllp to lhl the Baptist lrother will begin to preach again I lire Joe Lovely has begun tlie Ito us tlw Sunday Sobool again ry A Ar1tllI 1Ired A customer of ours whojhlj been suffering from a severe Ifor six months bought two bottles of I n Relllpd from lotIi bullies of it It gives perfect r IlaynelJagBros Co t MMBiwMm If poi unto allYhonlee o ands you want to sell list 1h HoBlnsA Bowling 0 G03NEYV1LLE Win Brewer attrnded dunnii al Campion Alonday t Mil Mary Jalllkller whole n suffering ruin R fpraUledatkl since Uhrlitnus ls now able t wlthiiut a crutch ryChire will be prennhfng at for t Ir t C of e y- lIQuildup tits In tlil3 It ill utson 1111111111JiII 1tJuhll W 00 p c ell III on liSI tl1lIlsItepublhcerPBl ono The blll physla Chem le Ia trmisoli and Liver fablltll Ety to tyhikn r pleasant In rAect rnr- by elite Day Broi Co tM ii ir if rj r M OAMIT0N- Itnv C II larrKon uf MeniloM irnn preached at this MelhodUl CliuHiSilli tiny nlglit Imlltl Win T111r piilorif the Mrll dI fChiirchlhilitlihns moved lot unlit nu DevllH Creek IllKepCourt llminlbnl Hurst of the Mnn of Ilu Ic Itidwitu if Boxor trgf here Innt pnrrnlaltsI Cnmplnn It on n bocm Mngnlllcant hIlIMIIIIIrl belli erected a11ae II Ire too numerous to mention mid b I lie II IIr nil kinds Is lively Hun Jill 0 Lrktu left thin nuunl for Lexington on Inmlnei of Boxer wasJiere lIrlllIulllllllIlJklllt well for n man of his age IKAKTIIKK Atliis 1enrl Abner of Flncustle who lias been visiting her ulster Mrs J II fohiifou spent Saturday and Sunday with AllKte Faniile old LIHIe Hurst hoblusre KIHe and Lula Elklns spent luiuluy with Aliss Fannie mid Llllie llnrst II hash clerk fur N B Day Co mid1ancleavr was vlilllng friends and rel Nltlvent Iearlreu Saturday mid Sun tiny II Hurst went In CovSngtoti Seta f sirtiny ai a witness against Will 11111 etui for breaking Into B Jl Ilarr warehouse StslMisa II Hurst who lists been sick illlllJIIIOn Tuesday night there Will a social given al the hume nf J II Johnson all d wife In honor of AlUsei Iearl Abner bpd Lillle Mural Those present Mere 111s Alnggle Kose Bettie Shackle loud Llllie and Lulu llnr t nnd Ienrl Abner Aleiur Iorler Iawson Cu INnrom Spencer Item Itichard nI John Hum I S Campbell Courtney Iswsgnlllll mid Oliver Kaih Kvery lIjorblEitOXKIt rHq John llurtt went to Jackson Saturday like Norn slays w Ni sndly dlsap migratelit to y Saturday The writer would be pleised tn hear if the editor of the Cmnplon Courier d nlleuuIr member In good standing of the Onmpliiii Slag Dniicing Mull Miss LonNa King was honored one eight last Meek in having had ns a pleasant cIIIIrJ Frank llullon Ittnlllre are now bring upplied wllh two dally liain malls fill the oslmai ter erhopNi will satisfy them fur the lime being liniacMiner got on the OAK here WeilneMlnv eiroul to BeHtlyvillo Tills lime eiignged liHlging at ll Imperial in iidvniice The wlfn of Iowell Brewer of near Inxtun diiil Monday of lint wee- kSchlISup1Jnlutll1aulbetluf Uay ions Will on use 168 I At Kntt bound 0 A K truss IiIlissIny Little George Mays II on the sick tut0 The firm of Shacklefonl V Swar Imvo reimved gtrlr ant null froniSMH water lo the Davis lark of Fnireit IIjIII11Inttentivo In rendering lib pirates the fatuily of tJarr1ner 1aodlelxd4J11- K Ile Mile girls were tn low with na iJGf IK Messrs Itobert mid MnlheK Chlldeii Tot 1axion went lo Jackson last wejK WKIIeii L rolls nee Husker recurved rout Tom Sew KTor a birthday presj rata nice selection of pictures of llov- iri elo J Jeff Davis King anti ono W King liave been axvarded the contracts rill + the liiiiron Star Brutes from Vearlree toOmnpton and from Hazel Oreen t Boxer for four years from Jlilj tat next IWilhin Ihe peat Iwn gawks the pop iivtlon of our town bus incren ed wt- r llilv Dmilel Oak who btu Ithrll rIIIlulrlll nulrr IhtUlIIllIf of ti rroren Creek Cmmrl ompnny OH llti orghnizittloii Hi Illir plu veil In Boxer Mondiiy lie U now a lion thud on Ihe O tt K hew le tsmil duA mid moon hlne Isle going lo iiuililigs log rolllngii als candy jmrUes and uldthl cos h ere seen the enjoyment of t tli of llmie that ndmliu itahrl dancing old BugSewell was duJlUhUI en ulned nt the home jit EqS IJ fhureinglsight r4l1- milbnl llint O W Fhlgend T- Cums p I tlueu plNaanut gentlemen lit atuIlIllI MII 1111a1 1tI1rlShack lerunlHIIMQ 1 unJ Nan sit Jerry OIQW Ilhldo+ n f IM JMI on laarHiinday to tlinr II nuled into IIIEI hllllllY oftgn tI nth eIt27 n r to oc wad JuJR lIto I ue guodneN4uljF rtj h thl + t II w truss and liffeclloniite hiiibmiii lhobrl IIdQn leautlf GOuplehI tlirifngh life Dewitt Taylor is visiting the uuntlBrother burn V Gold Bu 7 U A j 1r A- 7UBttijo alalley nf xSclmrlnh k 111 IIIbirlhlnufi0unrce bnby Tui tjie 2t Alr Oilley i n thevifeof Do r in wnsImisleI1 nrnimtvny l Ion InclniH hlley recpntty l vUkiiiIn tint aceldmil yffi rtA L Moore of J iim Mo tlhtl bent Haying nt tlm hrtnud Iii+ lhu r illlav C T Anhley ofltfilReiniix Jiniotlnii fur Iho punt ulnter rejiirnei loSlIoni InatIwerdnyMlsinroN- us n linker and ill health druvi him tojjUn hullsof Iueuutcky III reuIernrrn- K le tuna fully regniiifd hia 11n R In II rttiiimu isle trud mist lAtuls = pfMHMM JoliiiJoneiaiHl HhrleiXuhliu nllo III JOorJlPj auerufDayA Swmi Innibe i lit Eastern Kentucky wa at IMdijewiind Junction last Saturday on aitiiia j connected M ith hli thrust ri 1 1t1JarIlJrllOlll ur nIIIIllItiI f been appointed foremnn of theffstiii nl lirlilutt reckon the L A E jUilt Chas llakerof KaHiarinli vvho h njt been so III of laver for the fur JjfctVi l hat been here for two weeks ntteiiullr KiN mother Mrs Saucy 1I11ttrailer latt Illness Jiff Air Leonard Barnes if Uidgewpod 1111raplace Thursday nt Patsy Ky ff Alba Marllm llnili of ZnclmrinhTwit A vliltlng her eUler Mrs E O Hjiencorliif Uldgewood Junction din lug the lritl part of last week Nine melllhor Win Ail nun fnmlly who live near here arty quite 111 = of metilrs Howonl Jmne aiilttunt clerk t Day and Mel Ills store urcmnpanled his brother I a mediral Iiniiitule tti LoulnvlllB INSt Tuesday rlMliu Llilie Spencer IIU returned to use puma of her Hunt Mrs Jnlin Sien car nf XanharUh Fur brawln year Lulle has beets luniukeeper for Idher falhernf Oklnhotnn Quito recent ly her iwo brother Fred mid 1IIcuitd pn illuni nnd left home so it tvas decided that Muse Spencer ihould return to the home uf her aunt We accord her a hearty wuleohie The Soul Winner Society has sent Allss 12mm Withers III Uidg ivoml Inndlon to carry forwnnl their wuk ntlliat place Aliis Kllen lmrt r III Youngilown 0 another member of the nciely wasat ntJeolJllIlIlIlliOlIl until qiiitn recently when ill lienlth cau ed her to abandon her work IIHI return to herhome We are glad the Society lake suchnn Interest in our ifopld and trust that all of oir ritireiis will Mid Alias Wither In her work Messrs Nathan Jake and llmvanl James two of our proinriuiit yning liulne i men were In Jnckion over Sunday Mrs Nancy Baker died at the bum r of her son James Baker at Zttrlia inh recently Site had heellJu III health fur several pens peat anti when tin contracted typhoid fever a few veer Ieaulcellttlnhrqe Will nlerlainpd IIr her ultimate recovery Seven childrrn survive hers Jill Davtd and Charles Baker slra Inwrence Knoxand Mun r lloscaj Shackleford of this neighbor hood Mrs lydia Dunlel of Itdsslyn nnd unhurt Baker nf Iennington iap 1Mrs Bakers remahit were burin near her nld home atTutsey Ky- i A lodg ofthe onleriirBed Alen vn organized Kern last VVednesilay night Twenty candidates were Initialed ill the mysteries of war paint tomahawks mid scalping Our Sunday School has a tautR into life again Miss Etiuim With orr tliu ladysent hero by IJr 0 nor rant began the Sabbath School last Sunday morning We IIUJMJ that the parents of our neighborhood will send their children na u Sabbath School ia the best thin possible in training tho littlo folk and emus of the folks too tl right and wrong of aU thinga CI du Iluiniield twludllttts Leon ofljttat I lay CityJia3ibeefr transferrt to the 0 K ntvLue Cityen Theo wife earl vminrrAa lliJd Win AUain art not ex dttl- re live iftftaita und rSaul Ilt Ult 11t4iltivla o jQwyiiew iniasibuafy Miss Em mt ltllf r Itsanrltriruslit Ig Sitennis iutrIr r we say lit i 7 tYaeaplBttsurytu sit nnd lialei her thauks n ghtocr t 0 only hope ski till stay in oni midsC getthuruughi41d hiug for thole good Iidlardof 1 Talk Hole 1011 of lfxVJ tYillliew- Madison 1111 county Th has taken OilY fresh coat hit amid is looking quite like n tositsb lsuUjFriday win Jones and son are on 1al oporatiti3IelilCos t ri iTrf i l r it1 IJT J 0 IV J M Iliinkd of Jainpton wnl known to 1r of wolfo Leo AllY Hruuthiltcoiiiitiu4 1 diedof hwir dtsuleu on lulu SiIth lust lie wa taken ill while attending lile lugging work on hollysix nlJles from uinpton flu was ruinovc IIII a tt citiwlIHIIII ostng 11111 A widowanti liver dllughRlltof Northern Mori 1411Cutltlllllllks by the death father Newton Sjieneer of Xacharinl was visiting friends in Flat Woods in Volfo county Jarl week Jim on tho 2nd just to tlu wife of UharhS Spencer of Hidge wood Junction n daughter Moth or nml child are doing nicely Jv M Hose of Leo City has re moved his fatuity to Itidrrowo I where he is employe by tho HI- t rII Kentucky tftnyo Jo as sales man in their store No 1 ins Drake of Znplmriah was i II Kiilgowood Junction last FrSilnj taking tho school census for Dis trict No U2 Mr Drake has bet teacher nt Xachariah for tho paRt two years and ho will also tea ell this year Something rattier odd was that several of tho names oil his list were those of wives 111111 mothers ns the law provides flu sit an f ono under 20 years ornge shall attend school There net JoO school children in our distri I A S Johnson lulls lime for solo 115 per barrel IIUnited Stolen rnrsliulH Sale By virtue nf Venl No H02 which Is suet from the nlllcp of the Clerk of ii United State Ui+ trial Court fur Ihl KaStern Dial of Kentucky nn the 10 day of Alarch 1001 trune nT nI my deputies will sin thu 2 tli tiny il April 1031 it being the first tidy of tin regular April term of the County Onnrt at I oclock p m it the front dour of the Court House ill Jackson Brealhitl county Ky exiii to public able lute folloiviiiR de + erib real estate towit A certain Inset parcel of land situated lying bud be ing In Brenthiit Duty Ky on thi valers of llawes Fntkof Qulcksiiiul Creek and more panicnlnrly dercrib ed sty follow to wit Beginning onr jipruce phil on the right hand lark mil the Laurel XuritHr Jlnwes Funk ill OTuicksaiid tjjona hundred ynrdA up anhl right hd= lark from where Nero Alans now lives thence n straight lino tip the lull on the righ linndHide nf said fork to till lop of tli tlueucrII aald right hand funk to opposite the be binning mi its to include nil ground of mild lurk tram the beginninc to tin heitdbf said fork or so much lliereo ins will IH necesiqri to saliiify IIIN United Slates of America for the min ksof one irundred dollars mid one lino aired mid Twentysis dollars bawl forty one cents cost with irilerent therein Jrum tlm 301 h tiny of Felt 1003 moils paid ftrigelher with farther Bum mil 125 cost of exeoiilion nlillIlls th + Nests tlmt may nicrnn trout this sale Said property levied upom as Ihe reel itesntlauf iroo Alans Said sale will lu made ojfn credit of nix inonlliaAlhi sale bllle1111lrOld perrsioalFecfr IIIlr v Olvenjmulermy hand as U S blur slid forlhujKaslern Dist of Kentiiokv r this ithdarof April 1001 I Qb n Sharp US M + nyjfArB ltltll D AI J Bee S U FBrnor fnrbnr uloa in clucks slap mantle clod for SICO ABJlll the same cluck fur friOQ jIHlStf 1 J lIrIllCMlstoflue Niir1nrg1rllinn Farmer n nntinnal lllilfrnlt1ugrirnlhtrnl k ly of tII no super mr ass III r lhl practical nd hlhi IttIJeCTishers nrailBlerinhiwI In glvo It acir riihillon nneqiiniled ty any paper+ of unultts Slnle- if FnunimiKlhiitevrry eiilerpriiing Cnmitm iiliiy = reHih his own o YllrIIngle IIttNinl rrtillhl1I11I1 a Idolt its nblenljslijjiBfrlUielwo papers at so I H t nan nUiiiti id lu Iulluril The pneaoftrjjeNmvYork Prihunti Farmer u Brtnlh nt County Ne vjJisyflOO a yir bill both papers xri t for a full year If ynu yroSIIII sour IIlIlIeallunuultslIIIW York Tribune er New York City bud a fI1ICIir of that paper will be mailed to yultns if HLUU GHASStJriiACriOX CO Georgetown 1 aniT Lexington I etc lml i Curs I WVH Lexngton rlIrle ever 9ofp in Leave rarhjajf from ok sitto 8 p in nndiaito Pi ins Slnul are40cenla- rle vff r Leave TexInKlontfoV Georgetown av sterr hour trust 7 a inYtp 1 p niexcep JIn m III ni 811 in nail Hfp in frutubBIII and 7 ud 0 I III r1y a Y ALIsXANDERi T PrBSlden6d4 t1I- r W ji 1 SOLID IGOL1 I VDI13S AND n Glt lJIII S ASATCIIKS A flaw tine nf 21JWRlKlgin and YViiltlmin Kailrond Untclies All the new mid Inlest novelties piinetonlly being added to our stock on when In Jack ou SD FLEENOR JKWKLKIC AND OITICIAN Itr It Do yon want the Lexington Steam nnndrytoduyour lanndrying J D Moore is their ngenl here and will cal every Monday Coiiiblnntlon OlFiri plbtnltll furnish you two ptipers for n lltll more thmi the price of pee We can snve you mosey on any pnper you wish to take We will furnish you TIIK allillIlthrConrlirloiirniiri- t Louisville Herald Chicngo InterOcean- h Cincinnati julrer- y Lexington Leuiler Home and farm or New York TribuneFarmer- i One Yunr Pill Only tylu No one should bu without a paper when he inn buy two of rile best in this inintry fir unlittl money rdFUrStaple and Fancy Groceries at owe41 prices cullon Crawford L t Creeeli or phone 35 A MitUtltd costumer In the best ad vprllneiiKiit Our cnslomeri adver rise us A 1 nnnrrnnnCo n 1 c 1= RAILROAD TABLES I Lexingtoif Eastern Ry kL- OOAL1IbLLrrrU3LE tt == i Effective October 17 1908 r IiT East Bound I NoTI Nf tI I tDenyiJun t ffvUlnihetter SHO 825 Olny OUr J50 013 + 811111100400 028 kx i1 Natural Brlilge 435d 964 tyTorrent 449 1008dIleattyvllle Jun IUlt 1029 0t K June 1128 Ar Jackson 615 V 1130 West Mound 7 x i Nai No1 bait DIRy Hi Sunday Bx iunday AM rrM- Ar Iexin Inn 1010 805 illfhIIIM 923 IS2 0 Clay Oil 837 489 Stmiton B 28 480 Natural Bridge 801 v 401 lrBenttyYllle0 to K function 629 280fJackson 625 2 2fj r 011JnII1 4 make Close connectlo t r for Genital Oily oifdptflnts on Ohio Kentucky Hallway Divl r dally et cent Smulny 1rron land 2 connect at L it oJo June tlon with Ohesapeake A Ohio for Mtr pointNos 4 at BeattyI ivllleMgrrlONKi RY Effective September 1002 1 L Hast pound West Bound eMr d Q Bg STATIONS is sl io CoH tun A H SHAM k AR IM An AH IV PM LV 030 235 Jackson 1120 830 925 230 0 KJunc 11 i0 885 843 158 Wlllmrst 1152 4I7 1 83015211ampton 1I5S 430 1 7W 128 Lee Oily l22 610 7MI 122 llelethawa 1228 618 715 103 Cannel city 1245 545 i AM IV PM IV VM AR PM AR Westbound Passenger Train connects tat n K Junction with trait which leaven Lexington at 740 am Eastbound la s nger Tram connects r 1 at U fe K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington etB05 pm M L COKLEY Supt A NOTICE II 1 All who are indebted to the ear J tate of J13 Mnrcum will please call and pay the same at once Mus J n MAKCUM ADMX 1 i VVtts r i t 1w Ladies Fling Shoes qJ t1 A Nq Cut off Vamps it Courtneys Shoes IOU SALE BY A o rDA1XTCronrn 1 a fig Here We Are The CelehratecL4 HANAN E3HCEf- r The Host on Earth ci o I r ctl h ir1 t1 ii Ere For Sale Bit 3 i 1 DAY BRDS 00jlaoksou Keituoky i Y iia Or t 71r F1niJso 1904 sUoMo Tu We Th Fr S- aI1L1llI1 I L f ff0 III 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1920212223 24252627282930 IIKAVY IU s ill MIRM Cigar ijirlurl 4 sod Other HulldlnR In Vrnl laiiipu COli All III 1 Tampa Fla 11l1ABnear as can ln nlllfrlnln swept Wet Tninpa caused a lose which will exceed 300000 The only ib ath low HO far art known Is that ot ono Cuban baby whlch was burned In J ono of the cigar factories Tho fnc torlos of Santa Kiln Company San nro Company both of Chicago J M Martinez and U Sanchez of Toinpa were time heaviest losers The Santa Kiln company lost 125001 worth of tobacco besides n largo number of lino tears Fifteen blocks of biislneSa houses and many tone nyonts woro destroyed West Tampa lias only n small water plant and as u conseuuorico water supply gave out Fond of Dog Meat Sf Dolls Mo April 1 Beginning on April Fools slay all stray dogs In St Umlft will bo btrvcd dally to morn bora of thoIporroto and other tribes of Fillplooa at tho worlds fair Ar rnngomonts to this effect were com plctod with nho officers of the dog pound Tho Igorrotcs who at home are lcad hunters aro very fond of dog meat and threatened to strike tin less served with their favorite noah Accordingly stray dogs Instead of BtiffflrlnK death by asphyxiation wilt ho BlauRhtered dressed and roasted fried boiled grilled or frlcasacd to suit the nectillar taste of Iho Igorrotos Two Couples Mlwlng Portland Ind April 5 Wyl Hrlnco and Henry Hcdman and theIr wives havo been missing since last Thursday when they were compelled to abandon their homes on account ot t the high water ILts believed that tiipjr woro drowned by the capsizing 4oftheir boat A systematic search j Is being prosecuted Recclptc and Expenditures r v Washington April 2Tho monthly comparative statement of tjio govern men I receipts nnd expenditures showj S j n surplus for thin month of March oft 3057010 Tho receipts are 41701 409 amid time fttpendlturca 41701398- MAICIlKr KKlU ili Ii 4 rirSlfpmnlSlock Prlcis Kor April 4 iG ytlaixl Cattle Choice fit dry1 1 I i 5re8Stwnu lIKO llwi and up I Mffl 95 I RiHxl to choice 1000 to r150 lUs II 45 J r IGsytlao IIHL SI 2nfi1 a2choloe lIeUr u I J filIitMelKiitii 3 70ftS Gtcholc tat botcher bona J3 453 fat GO ftttr l cows cowsf0At C KjtrfrT to RC s1 J5 JJGS iG culls to r ronflnon ft 0 fT5 C5 ood to choicer well er nhcep J 7S 5 00 eoo t to choice niixri Clh H 2Ii465C8IrtoloOO 11 6 1OI 2S culls to common IS G03 50 C folrfto EfMwl fjnrllncc 5 OOO5 50 Rood to choico a srpB 2504 60 Calvo Oood tl 0th f 00 fnlr to good J1 600 r 00 colniuon foil J3 00J6 00 lloxx York rn J5 40 mwllumiJ and heavy r5 tO pIpgrtR 15Q6 SO Btaga and rough 90 ISnxt JiUutTulo cattle Good to rholco plnK and exporters J5 OOQ C 4 1 air to gnat shipping nloorsj Jl 40Q 4 M butolvern it 5094 SO fair to fcmvl iriftjilHTH 3 SSO4 3S heifers S3 10 ffl ntcnvrg n SOI 10j blill 12 35 ql zttttyalf hits nnd rprlnsersV fnlr to In xl J 00 goal to choice 113 00 t tfSS 6 1PKhib ti nnd Iambs Good to F 1 chi01 itnh8s1i 605 90 culls end coins nshiedosiersY 41t 1Iol r toscu5 utif1n II to Rood i 4 yllllrll 5 5JG 60 Cnlvrs ylcst 1 AO1 sluglleavtes GOC5 6S YOlltfr I5 fSiofi co peg Ii dObS d5 J rough K flO stairs X OOffl 25 prhneJft UDI loci unit feeders U Snt 25 s rnws llJSfll 25 heifers U mess JO e ciinn rt1 f iroa 50 hulls 2 aj3 9iI cr IiiI + TpxHBfvl ttenm H OOfJl CS Cahes e 13 tilQMCO HOJIH MUed ulul Ijiilfliorr fy52ti5 n goal in C0ce tieavy tS 33 fA G 50Yuaati nvY S5151535 tight fIC 35 lfhtepUno41 to choice wetII- a + r1ta75iT5 tIl1lr tit choice mixed 13 1Gii = S + i M 3505 C0nutlvo tt iambus J MfiO SO western lambs II M t000rd ntIl8 CllIJleo 5 5 q ro1A5119711rit 65Ut O- C tltly Matcht U 5Q td heifer tI OOflf20 1 f niiit ti ejtUQtt Oo fresh cow4sj25UO 50 e tAiijIui rrs l l9tir5E goal mussel 15 008515 re fnlr mlitc H 45 w4 SO rliilco laniba 1 v I3 SOOillfM fair lo Rood 5 50is75- t lililveei I BW4 60 clipped lambs S 1IIL6ijBIi I talvr Venla IS 00 j0 60 tfI lrIlie lira + y 5 OOi G medium F SI1R heats lorlrrru Ii 5053G G5t11 1 s iiir lr i5 tGru5 fin plow f tOQr F + i n wNl1tk Cottle Steers 14SO y- s 6 itiiJTil prime t5 C5 lulU i3 OOJfl 15 fltra 3 5n fOWM U Oil3 8 vea- o s W ini t10r1 MV tops Sr49ri II4III cilVca 13 00 Slicfps and l airfli Sheep IptedksWt bhaFi ethl 2505 7tvtlorf tie 13 BOB 5J1fII eh dcr l 1r t41ut2 real W 1 Co IINo YplllJ at Oa mixed G3j5 OatsNo 5 S tINW WI3e Ilye No Z 760TSc W Unlit intats 700 Ituntti I IU MQS 45 CUllfe3 Yrf s fllmip S3 OOl 6OrJamhsU 50 e I fi iCGofto Wool Ohio and iPennHylva k 4nia XX u1m u1J P Ic y SOg31o No deriiVoeclKlithR bloat 62Ga quarterC 2tJ21obracorn 50HOJ l iC4 y e1c clovtrwod td 50 tI J Imve etvpral hundred deeds re nsyIIlrity Clurk 1httlc nru valiiiilili lor t lt4I J1is or the lutist aid I 1111- 11l y JJllId fur them to cull pay tho foes 1 HH them oati l J IVio sly ins ta i 4I Itn va four KOOJ plow or wngnti horsas + tVJi foredoiuIl 01 iio nt tora Anti get irlee HId cxinnliie stock i h 0MS Qaht ri A U lI IGlblhon will furnish hle aus lel rult lI1ept r CI 01 I11wJtIA7rJt1l1lr t t i II u u + t f i 1Sa p5lir THINGS DOING An Aliening lo Ancprlnln It Ilse Cnfer TrrnCnn HP roan IIrr Uy J T JtAnSUALt It has been an Idea of some of tho people of time department of ngrlcullnni that n hardy species of coffee trio ought be naturalized here by growing It from need of the original wild coffins tree as that grows In nature unculti vated by man and It Is thought tint the coffee tree of Abyssinia would re spond bettor to the environment of thti western hemisphere than the Aiiiblnii stool front which the coffee trees of the would at present originate Consul Hkliiner who hiss Just returned from n trip to Abyssinia completed arrangeI meals by which swell of tho wild tree of the country will be forwarded to the UnlttM States as soon ns it ennui se cured from the interior of Abyssinia Whatever Its prospect of success this project Is certainly an Interesting one to the great army of American coffee drinkers Corn Growing Inlermtn The corn school was one of the most popular features of the Illinois farm eta Institute meeting and drew n big crowd Professor lltimc of time Illinois college was tho Instructor and L It Close of Indiana Judged the exhibits Moro good bushels per acre says I 1rofessor Hume Is the object of the study of ecru The discussion follow ing Irofcxrtor Humes address pointed toward a prevailing opinion among thu turners present that seed corn this year Is low In vitality Thorough test lug before planting was urged by Pro fessor Hume An unusually tine eons 11IIllI101Tefltltalc The first prizewent to time Messrs Button for white corn of the variety Fs misers Interest which will head the Illinois list nt St Louis Ntiifknieii Mnkr Thrlr AVnntx Kniiwn At DOS Molnex Coo members of till Iowa Meat Producers association up perircd before the legislature with ti pe tition In favor of the Delano stock ship plug bill At the hearing given by time house committee on railroad of tesll trusty against the bill the railroad men advanced the arguments that high speed of stock truisms tends to danger nnd that fast trulllc hind so Increased the oust of moving stock tint time reduction of speed with consequent re duction of cost had become n measure of necessary self defense The Delano bill establishes u minimum 111111IIf twenty miles an hour for stock trains nisi oblige time railroad companies to Issue return tickets to cattle shippers the discussion before time committee1111 stockmen not only demanded time piissago of this bill but asked that u meat packing plant be established at the State Agricultural college to teach young men the trade The annual meeting ot time shllPlrs association held the some day ratlllcd these de wands A Nei v ItaiiKo CoimJrr It would appear that stock growing Is to fled n fresh territory In Alnnia which may in time rival the glories of I the old ranges While time temperature Is frequently very low it Is claimed that tho absence 1of severe storms makes the cllmafe more kindly to stock than that of the plains Present plans of Washington stock growers contem plate time tRtimformatlon of sore of time Aleulinutldmlds with their wile areas of rich gross Into great ranges for ciittljuflnd sheep One thousand sheep nj ready ben successfully wintered thor Eight thousand sheep were recently sent by n company which Intends large numbers of both sheep anti catty Good Ptnn Pur Ilnme and Jlnrkpt- K William Raise of Now Hampshlro proboblj knows considerably snore about peas than tho next nianv lierV IH what he loss said about some of the newnr varieties j- Irnilus or Prosperity An early wrlnkli d large podded pea of excellent 11 CRADUJ Unjrera I I s muwus ANurdflllTrArt iualty from fotiMfo eight i iliijH later thHIIUJOAlulIluJlles two to three fejtrt lilgh pods dark green large tougnndlWtrlonllllhlJ live to seven largo 1111111 for Its size and UaIlt7 also flue appear fuse In tho market on compared with orICla A new early wrinkled pea Vines two nnd n Imlf fe t pods three lo three and n half Inches lung con taining six to eight peas Very pro lific quality good Highly recommend ed for homo or market use nklnlionm Cattle llrenlrm Orarnnlir Oklahoma Iris a newly organized Shorthorn Ilreoders association Pro fessor Iltirtls Stlllwaler was elected president nnd J W Gaudy Supply secrotniytreasurer It Is proposed ti exhibit n herd of Oklahomii Shorthorn nt St Loulx AtXess Tliuu Cost Heniin and Hominy B3c pet pound nt Crawford tt Oreeohs A nice small Farm in Lee county for nf Tho Larkin Stamper ilnco on the head of hoar Greek Nice dwelling od storehouse cribs and barn never falling writer well fenced lrlee rear partJculIartttJ Winchester KT l n Tllti SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 10 lru or lli Lesson turk vlll I7tS Menuiry Verses it la3Ioldrn1 xl Miitl svl 10 Cuiiiiiitntiiiy ire IKirtil Ity Ihs II A I Mourn Cuptight I1W4 by Anitrliin Irns AntocUtlon This hsson Is recorded In Mutt xv I und luke Ix UK well us In Murk am contnlns the llrat particular pmllctlo i concerning thu rejection time dentil UIIII the resurrection of time Christ lnkie says that Ito was shoe pruylng am Ills disciples with Him when He nskii them thlaNpicstlon Vhoni do wen st that I ntul lie fcts evidently leudll- up to the following iineslloii Vhon soy ye that I am Time people hail va rlous opinions about Him IIIIIIIlhllII- II Him to be Jolts the IlnptUt am other Ktljah or Jrreinhili or ono of th other prophets but Peter ass+velin for himself said Thou art time Christ the Son of till living God Matt xvi lil To this JetHis answered ltes e art thon Simon Harjonn for flesh mid bloat path not revealed It unto time but My Father which Is In heaviiV Matt xvi 17 Man cannot of himself know Gal or recognize Christ God only can reveal Himself to nay one nod this He duct by Ills Spirit but there Is no bin drniice to our knowing Jod except or our part for all who will may aciiialni themselves with Him Job xxll 21 John vl 871 In the wonls following Fpoken by our Lord Thou art Ieter and upon this rock I will bnlld Mj church If our teachers had told tma that our Ionl said Thou mire Petros amid upon this petra I will build Mj church anti htid nlso told us that petros signifies a place of rock 11 Btone while point signifies n nolltl rock n ledge according to nay Greek dictionary how iiinrh Idle talk mill controversy we might have Kara saved from concerning the church being bnlll upon such a piece of stone a rolling stone as Peter Did your heart ever say Thank God neither the wisdom nor the power of hell shall ever prevail against the church of Christ As Peter was priv ileged to open the door to the Jews at Pentecost and to the scuttles in the house of Cornelius Acts II x xl we can see his use of the keys lint we must bear In mind that while tin kingdom Includes the church the churls Is not the kingdom Whoever heartily believes that Jesus Is the Christ null understands It cannot but rejoice to be uses to the utmost to help complete the church and hasten the kingdom The Jewish lenders having rejected Him nt their Christ or Messiah and having determined to kill hums the ills clplcs mire forbidden to declare to tiny one tint lIe Is the Christ He then de chores plainly that not only have the elders chief priests nnd scribes reject ed Him hut He Is to suffer jmany thinks nt their liiindsjnHdtbc killed by them nl Jtruusn Rr tqriIl lIut time third day Ie wlll tlso again When He Ie third time told them that He wan to die iiiid rise again He told them more fully of Ills sufferings aid nlso time manner of Ills death that He would be mocked nnd scourged and erucllled Molt xvi 21 xx 19 They do not receive Ills sayings nnd Impul she Peter says that It must not be According to Mutt xvi 22 Peter said He It fur from Thee lord margin pity Thyself this such not be unto tire Krom this rejection of the cross on to Peters denial he seems to be In crcnslngly out of fellowship but the love of ChrlHl was unchanged toward him Johns xlll II The Ionl Jesus told him that now he emus representing Satan and not God How strange that train the same mouth may touts bless ing amid cursing sweet water anti hit ter las III 8121 but Peter although saved was not yet n Spirit flllfd man There tins much of Peter When we are Sjilrlt tilled self Is reckoned dead and tie Lord Jesus alone has the right of jfiiy In us and Gal II 20 la our ex perience He now called time people lo tutu and gave them n message us WIll as the disciples I will quote It from luke Ix 25 for the akv of one word no- tgrtsnhy the others If nay man will conic after Mi let him deny himself nnd take up lift cross dully cud follow Me This vrtalnly means following fully like Caleb tind Joshua und not following afar off like Simon Peter hot meroly denying something to oneself but actually denying Onus and Irentlng It uMend and Iwirlijtrr The emus neverfiijSfests flowers or Jet orJewelry but n ys prolonged fsuf iyrjiigj dally dying llyCor Iv 1 1 Horn TheRnyliigiicernlng losing or saving ODDS HfFNvus often uwd by oiur See two other occasions In MaTfrX 3 loin xlli There U the gloryIpampering nisil Indulging std living unto self In this pi each t life nosy pica n etenijil poverty amid torment und surely mean that If the precious bloods Christ Is desplswl nnd not trusted tut tMugsheaven und have our nlTectlona He Hetslieforo us His glory Auo Ills klnjidom nssurlhg im of Ills d lre 1- 0hno nq Blnire It and lint Jit liirt given It to us John xvll 22 21 I John ill 2 3 Phil III 20 21 Ve oust 11111 till guish between our meeting Him In the ulr us lie leaves lilt Fathers throne to return to earth to restore nil things of which the prophets have spoken amid our return with Him when He shall ho manifest In Ills glory to sit on the throne of Ills glory to Judge the tin lions l Thess Iv 11118 Acts III 20 2J Col 1111 Matt U v 31 lteIIIIIt will well repay to look up every ret erenco prayerfully 1nchouefor him self must search tile ScriptUres cud re ceive all inooUv b Pure bred Pekln Ducks OornUh In IlelglniillnreefurJackson Ky WAUT1JD To buy poiSjloRi for veer work10 inches aiiil up 401lYl- ellglh J will pay caslm kiIV J 02iNilrton It Ir5 n sntlnektake Cliam erlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets a qlliek rerovsry It cert ln Fo u1ld- by Day tA J IJIII r t e r Nm 1 == =DRAINAGE OF FARM LAND sful rluiix Ihr IrrlitMlon rnriiic In tin OuVriil Vtxl- By1rrsC a UIUuTT UralniiBc Hxpcrt In ninny irrlRiilwl IiuitlH ihe wator no vuimilaU at viirloihVjtotiiU by under How from the lcuslt oLlrrlgntlOO trtc steel upau wore UI II ll1 adjoin lug or from loaUiiKo ot inipidy illtelica which nor eoiulructetl through pert 1 yOita material lima prevention of the accumulation ot water In humifr iimutltk Is loat iicciinipllHluHl by I turcrptlni It before It reacliys tow low erlevelAlbert Iga near Clreeky Colo line ntgthem Into mho grovel which lies lie t lIUAlNAdB ny WKLL8Inenlh the mitnruled consist of curb taxes twelve Inches IIII dlnwoler nude with ljht Hides from ltoiml4 an such thick They are sunk i from eight to twelve feet detp the ex ravidous being made with n large au i gee The wells have nnderdralu out lets about three Set deem leading to n surface ditch The water vision at In these wells to the height of the OlllIJI let provided and lions away The soil which Is about five feet deep Is unl1er1 laid with gravel which process of seepage from higher lands lies become Hiircharged with water which by reason of constant pressure Aral continual supply trove hind own pyiug ti higher level saturates the soil Inlntw on account of saturation and This method of draining Is ulllIlII Inil highly successful by the t vicinity Who have wltuesand the I reclamation of the land so treated This Individual well nnd lasso ns used In the work described are shown In the that figure The method Is simple Us ctllclciicy consists In relieving the lirei sure of the underground water at such that It will not continue ti 1111111lllsothe gravel stratum underlying the tract will provide for tlxj remainder Drains upon another plan hale been- tiscl by J IleUel and others tit the vi cinity of I ngmont Colo users Ilne of undcrdralns la ACOlltlIlUI wfcie6f the slope along time dervffof tho lauds showing seepage These drains aro laid live feet deep which Is regarded ns necessary to their suetess The subsoil IH adobe clay In which pockets of sand are encountered wild Interfere with the laying of the drains fho method of location Is shown lid second figure The drains I are mailuf ono Inch boards In the i box G lIy U lnehes In lbelilslilrw Ilb no bottom drains complete cost about 1 fhellcI It is not uncomiuun In this flntlone drain located In this manner Intercepting Hunklout water to reclaim forty to eighty acres of laud where till soil IIIota fctlff nature Where sots llelojIntloulIbh but the size of drains must bo increases The quantity of water which It Is necessary to lorcopt Is greater than Is usually suspected and some failures to obtain good reimlti HIV probably owing to the fact that till I snits nro too stools Ulmllpw drains do not accomplish tho result nor do ulrHJiiH lull up and down the slope as ally and cheaply ns those laid across iVlioro drain nre laid in wet iittstnblo condition nnd water burlnII mild pockets often Millie it h u 1 J IoiuAIAaC 1NTRItC11Cf1Y0 1AI- hie to 119 i n Im liso5rt e r iaafkhntt lit 1ICt gietlihes be natal Illaccotdlt1I1 as The plans of treating land for thtj purpose of redeeming It traits alkali which has accumulated through oal oration and seepage arc not nnlorlii- nor is there any ptwjjdec which has been HO reduced to t nl to jus tify an nuthorltattvVTifliUNMHt of methods that may bo iKt Tho cutting off of tho ui supply by drainage hay often iu tho full reclamation of tj with no other fend dent the quent Irrlgatloiijnnd cropping1- Coal 1 h and 1llunherIand v Wiintil q I Von tctona hundred thousand ucres 1 of ciiil lind timber lands In Knstern Kentucky fur GAIII for Bnstern Onpl tollslB W toO diimi- LoxliiRun Ky Ail And lliRfnrinntlnni hi which It Is found lrospenloreGuideFalrfleld YaIw M r 1- I 0 PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS ATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS Current 1voiU of Hie Wrek fIIImIiilleally Collrtileil Drum Diiy In Ibr llrlcfful Komi uud ItnerveJ For Thl CHIli 11111 lUlilAl Taylor Levering coffee Import ers llnltimare failed The Chicago Journal has been purr chased by John C Hustman buslnoas manager of Hearsts American i Signs point to the ilmloraomcnt of General Nelson A Mlles for president by Indiana Prohibitionist convention Nail department of Iho American Steel Wlro companys plant ni Uaukln Pa burned causing a loss of from 175000 to 200000 Itobert Howies who shot and klllea John A Unit a white fireman uses Clifton Forgo Vn and escaped wits captured ntlluttonlllu W Vn Walter Huslinell Joseph 11111 ana Archie McUrhle boys of Salt Lake City Utah fatally burned an a result of playing with matches and powder MONDAY Strike of employes tied up the plant of the Cleveland and Southwestern Traction company Jewels vnlucd nt 3000 were taken by thieves from the homo of Mod ford D Wilson on Indianapolis banker Miss Mabel Page 40 daughter of re tired Iron manufacture was mur tiered by an unknown party at her homo near Weston Muss Seven conductors and motormen working for Aho Public Service Cor poration of Now Jersey were arrested in Hobokun on charges of conspiracy and robbery l Two freight trains cranked together In tho Haltlmoro and Ohio yards at Clarksburg W Va In a rearend col lision killing threo men who were rldlnir on the pilot Fire In the grocery of Holdorman- Urothers in Uenwood W Va do Btrojcd a fivestory tint owned by tlio same firm n twostory dwelling of iAugust Holdjrman and a saloon of Daniel Clear ArDltnty Total loss 30000- ITho first party of war correspond left Tokyo for the front SInce tho lilt of March tho San Francisco mint has turned out 33 000000 In gold coin Miners In tho Wllkeabarro Iadistrict celebrated April 1 tho annl vcrsnry of Ism adoption of tho eight hour day All the Servian regicides Immedl ately concerned In tho palaco murder have been removed from tho kings entourage At Nice Franco M IllRely driving a 100horseitower automobile covered a mile BtantJIng start In 53 35 tea onds breaking all former records Annie Owens tiled at tho Mercy hospital Wllkeslmrre Pa from idatitorah of opium poisoning and Moore Is In a precarious condition tip KIIIOAV Tho Republican convention of the renomInatedIeported to bo Improving The Hussion gunboat Mnndjur has been dismantled at Shanghai- A passenger train collided with a switch engine In Limo Cleveland yards and both engineers were seriously In- Jured Over thirteen thousand miners In Iowa will bo thrown out of work bo cascu of Inability of operators and workers to ngreo on details connected with scale At New Haven Conn Judge Gajer of time superior court rejected nu 61E deuce mho sealed letter by which William J Uryan wad to be given 50 ly 000 from limo estate of tho late Phllo 8 Dennett- TIIUHSDAV The town of Westport Ills on the Wabash river has been abandoned on account of iloods Short limo In tho cotton trade la responsible for a weekly loss of 550 rn tip 000 to British workers Tile employing printers of Chicago on account of a strike are sending a great deal of work to ZIon CIty st King Mcnellk gave decorations to 129 out of tho 30 members of tho American party which recently visit ed his kingdom Tho Colombian gunboat Bogota t now at Cnllao will bo offered for sale tho government of Colombia replacing her with two smaller vesselsr tIAmfrlcallarreitoil at Deaver on tho charge of descciatlnK tho American Hag A W McMillan of Rrookhaves- Miss g jumped from tho fourth lofi rl window at tho sanitarium in HaUte1 Creek Mich breaking his neck JHaclalBelabee Tux and many citizens nrej under nrms- RIIubllcnns and Democrats In tlul Ihlllpptnea aro organizing to elect elegates to the national conventions Returns of deaths from bubond lEMllrchbeen 40127 New York legislature has grante Urani Cronk the last Auncrlcau inn r of the War of 1812a pensloi w or i nth 8tari3af l Oil company has reduc quotations on crude oil threo con ve stf1tTilLlmI William II Payne coInd tlBtIngton aged 73 B i c J jfGn BRie Giva liiiii V SVwii n fteeding anvthinjK In I lsJine iJi VILllokGQ c I iL k 1 1 SL- Ili M AlOKAWK01tD JAAIKS1MJ01M1V AIllrON WE ter I yoc TAR1 A7 IIOiJ IN TI1K Crawford Building And our trade 8o tar leas exeomM 0rfondest hopes Wenio lqy grateful fur the eneraiiB pu tran pgc wolmvo received in the p3 tltlld will try to merit oven noro in the future Our stock Is NEW CLEAN AND FRESH r lmluliunfodhn Zf r and Honorable DealingF And the uon courteous tnmtuiunt- I Cf and SEE U 1 Respectfully A1P1 CRAWFORD ft CO vlIt1lirtident- Frn IJltfUIW Vice Treildnnt il IJJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK i Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital a 1500000 Surplus 1 lOOOoe e e e I e Ve solicit tow Banking Business and accounts of Lumber ManufacturersfSf aLlllls u Business Men Merchantsv m i U Farmers l Otommivuturu and offer our millYj r Sitiiit1u Hmiin of gltlmnfoliiiijfnt rl l jCOLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY V E5HSH asasHsas2S2Sdsa5asasBsasasasHSHsa n35TRaH2 A M ideating Wooer pentuanshipthat with you nl mt the prospective condition of yo ir damsel olFspring For rvmul time past a secret pas sion has Gritit in JI1 bosom internal daughterSostricken II hurrho writer con tin uses f1h snit ational capabilities have BbanuonHl me und hero I now cling lolllio II rely long tresses of your ath obit cd daughter like n marl r ihipurr ekLl1 on the rock of love AB to my scholastic caliber I was rotontlj r irclcd from tho Hangun ynasticalhtgPenangGnzettc Couldnt Hide It The Jtijssian police make prac cal sue q X rubAt Kiev re ftDtlr a i runkcn prisoner was rob kdof a out 1900 by cell mates her del etl the crime but two 111Ihmnit away n pllll r tuterlors Jhey hod aral owl itl Against detectives Jtro I Id time X ray the radium- thcr marvels yet to como rial of the future will need bllttleahlprov a Criminals Hate Him o- Ollll lIghlonprinciplll kccl gSllLlfi wu In L pq for twcntynino aoKI therois f fill ever An so Pie reason cityhlnumber Uan opportunity to kill him as keeper for YaravMr Connaughton has tic enmity of many dcsper Jluay most of whom hato ua intensity which would Item to murder should the- np ITer C9l OTFrl TIIE 4 JrSONr OD JIVKRY STABLE IN CONNECTION tic s J1 iti wrrrb M Household Hints Polished ironwork con be preserved from rust by an incjtpuniivo mixture made of copal rnrlllr1 ed with ns much olive oil ns will rive it ft degree of grcasiness nnd nftgc ward adding to this mixture ns much spirit of turpentino us of vnr nishiCracks in a cooking stove can bo f satisfactorily filled by n paste made I of six ports of common wood nihoJ to one part of table salt mixedwithI t cold water Properly ouzel it will prove lusting nat trill take tlllftttitlir I Jo Jean plaster of paris orna meats cover them with a thick coat of starch mind allow it to bccoino ling dry Then it may bo oil and the dirt with it II Cotton Curtains and Portlre- CurtiVin and portieres mado of cotton bur1111 were note SO iiopulur- ikuJho J way to then i t to liuvc a multi of printed coital t criijio seven inches wjuu allabout tin curtain and about an inch mull t half train the TJjojMirtnir edge is IIl1lshertwith n sl g IIi timid Tlio burlap conies by tho1 yard as does baiul also which ia thlJtjiurposQA i re9tehowed n band of crviuij printed cot tOil on which vus i 4- Sprtwlhil roses ttnotllertafrtf olproso mcg a rose patlerlmses ITo Clean Bright Ware silver ware mire often rubbimigfsgiven n very aimplo and most use ful rccipo Take C1I1or whilingsand tIll up time cup water Pour this mixture limbo a bottle and add ono otinco of nmlit Shako well before using i8t h JI noel cloth with this and rub ibu slljpr milt brass nfiorward polishlW FItL1IIUS f eats OA- IULP01 t I I III c 3NGTON HOTEL r S S TAULBEELPRQP to n IillNTUOIIT k rtFIRSTUrAsBBAatldIar ot ftY r 3 tityt Yx b M J