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I BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS t IeCO- I VinK IISUINer Keillor null Publisher 11IKVOTRn =0 o TIIl TIlhSlti OF 1 S9TIIN likNTnagr to DOMAK PER YKAR w At 8ANOl I I I 1 oleosv 1IJJIfI i4i r fackson 1 KclltUC1Cy1F1hid al 111iit15 i904 J Number 27 1 r RUSSIA WAR FLANS They Are of Greater Magnitude Than Is Generally Believed ALL CONTINOnNCICS ARE CONSIDERED Away lit Ire Kiuployul gist the Jugs Dinltfiifil In INiirh Ilin Totiit nr halt Million Urn llulllo toM hliiiidriiii to Hull Early III July l iir to Kly In August Ct Petersburg April 12Not until lato In the cummer will tho Htmslnn military plans matiiro They Lire of much grcntcr ncopu than U generally bcllovnd and nil poualblo contin gencies nro taker Into consideration Tho Ituatdan plans aro predicated ut on NitHilconB dictum that God i fights on tho fildo of thu heaviest lint talions and they uro being worked out and timed no nil to apply to u superiority of numbum on land and Lien plmultimcouHly Tho army Is do signed to attain Iho enormous total of half a million nt tho Kino scheduled for the reinforcement of Vlco Admiral Makarnrtt Hoot with tho Baltic squall rou Tho Sovontcfiith and Tenth army corps now drafting are expected to reach Manchuria by tho mlddlo of Juno Thu mobilization of four other corps nt toast two of which will bo runt the Volga will bo announced by Uo mlddlo of next month and will start oastward a month later reach log their destination nt tho end of August Too lift posslblo difficulty regard lag tho passage of tine Sure canal ills appeared taut week with the signing of tho AncloFronch colonial treaty by which treat llrltaln adheres to the convention of 18S8 concerning the free passage of the Suoz canal Hear Admiral llejostrcnsky It Is said will hoist his fine ns commander of the formidable llaltlc squadron early In July and will sail Immediately for tort Arthur with tho following yes sots Tho battloehlpa Slavs Horodlno Orel Knlae Souvaroff AUnandor 111 and Qtllalilu the lust named being now en route hero from Cherbourg tho crulsera Aurora Dmitri Donskol Svletlnnd Alma Jomtohng and hum rud and the trnnspnrti Ktimtschatka and Ocean oach carrying 1000 tons of coal rite TtMtiperloy conveyors ordered In the United Status nro ok peeled soon and thy will onablolho squadron to coal at son Reported Engagements lAndon April 11No confirmation has reached Ixmdon of thin various rumors moxt of which cnmo by way of Paris of land fighting landings l y Jnpancso on tho Iiao Ton peninsula the capture of Japcinc transports by Russia etc Dlapntchrs from various points anreo that the Russians havo complotiily ovacimtoil Korea but bo yond this there Is little rol4blo news A Chofoo dispatch which roaches Ixnidon by way of Rome assorts that tho Japanese Bquidron with SO steam era was sqon making for Port Arthur Igorrotes Get Dog Meat St Louts April 11Therll Is great Joy Intho Igorroto reservation at the worlds fair The Igorrotcs nro going to have a dog feast anti nil thin ar rangomonls have boon made Six dogs wero tethered to stakes In tho reservation and guarded by the Igor totes from tliQPhlllpplnos It could f not bo ascertained where tho dogs came from but there they woro and each dog was being given a run moat every limo ho looked hungry to fat ten him up quickly fly common con sent only four dogs will bo served al- i tho feast tho beauty of two saving their Uvon They are n water spaniel nnd n skyo terrier Tho other four o t aro plain dogs Coal In Alaska Washington April nTho goolog leal survby lies received a report of nn extensive deposit of Alaskan coal Hccosslbln to the Paclu ocean locat ed from 13 to 25 miles Inland from Controller bay Alaska Tho coal Odds lie behind thu Controller bayou fields at tho foot of the Clhigaoh mountains Tho coal and oil were found to bo In two distinctly separate formations that lie In tciih7 parallel JiellR Tho coal arena ns at projcnt rqcognlxeil Includes shout 81 miuaro miles Tlio coal rcnombjcfl tho harder bituminous coqlof tho o0 st more thou it docs HHtlirsclto I = ll QuarrcledOverfMan y r n clrst TJClIa Osahann mid Alctorla Robinson disagreed and quarreled ovor Iho at tottion5 hhISOIi woe alleged to have lavished irpoii Mrs Graham and In coiiBoquonco Mrs Robinson Is dead nnd Mrs Graham Is In Jail charged with murder Tho two women mot at their homo In Pocahontas and started Into fight viciously tearing at ono anothers hair Mrs Robinson was proving too much for her antagonist when Mrs Grnham pulled a revolver nail fired five bullets Into Mrs Robin sons body 1I ties Instantly fusion In Favor hii v Kan April 13There Gare- alioiitlt J00 deteffat iJn tho Populist state vfonveiritftti which convened hero itle there IB a strong ant fusion sntimen lt Is believed that s the emymUon will be In favor of fusion ltie reastulaltla concwwlons In the plillonment Qt IN ec can he secured from the Democrats fl Boys Grief Fatal Ionlsyfholti April 11 1rlefover the tragic deathof hlr mothtr Mrs Julia ClarK lllwslioff who w fmurder d Nov 3 by hej lnmlwHdJaJ cob BlBchoff caused he d t ottawi BtshhottzlblaiIsll while ghowas carrying In 9oa J 04 H rra n 0 i 1 ti Jt 1 t Z i j Dfo Ji 0 o jtaj jl L iZ L1 w10 I t Hrr 2 o v t r f 1 I- 1pJWI 13 CAH JUMPS TMK TltAOIf I The KIIIiMl laid u Scorn Injured In u Trolley Accident Santa Barbara Gal April 110110- ot the Edison companys atrclcars ran oft Ibo track InlMs city and was turned over Five people wero killed Instantly nnd two worn to badly In jured that thoy died soon nftdr tho accident Twenty woro more or Was Injured sustaining bruises and broken bones Folio wine IB a list of dead Krnnclsco Domlngucz James Smith Hnmon Iteyoi Loon trillEarlOoland all of Santa ljjjA The first three nnml oro rhht and their hollUAmong the Injurtlulbo cr m It Is believed was d anus KrutUchnltl wife of the tv nic dime tar nail vlco president of la I Southern Pacific railroad who wet ullkhtly hUrt Ur Itosa Ingbort Of Chicago lira ltiarly nn cnetem omen nil dross unknown nnd Edmo I Quinn of Kansas City The other mjured are all Santa Barbara rcoplo Doth Will Die Wavcrly W Va April 11Thom- as Engle a prominent attorney of Mlddlebourno and a recent pandldato for prosecuting attorney of Tyler county nnd Conitnblo WllJam Yont of this city are both thought to have been fatally Injured In a duI Englo suffered from mental troubl and was taken same weeks ago to a sent tarium at Marietta O Friday night ho escaped and after a taco fight with Toll Collector Harness ho crossed the Ohio river on the Mart etta lgoSundn night ho ap geared al the railroad station hero with a knife Ho closed and locked the door anti Constable Yost broke It down Knglo stabbed him In the ldq and started to run but was brought down with a bullet from Yost rq voher which entered hits head Both will probably tllo- Cleveland Favors Parker Now York April 7In a signed statement Former President Clove land Indorses tho candidacy tlf Judge Alton 11 Parker for president In the statement Mr Cleveland says Tho recent movement looking to a concen ration upon Mr Parkers candidacy afforded mo tho greatest possible re hot and satisfaction notouly so far ns my personal comfort Is concerned but as n Democrat anxious for my partys supremacy and delighted with tuna prospect of Its return to snotty and patriotic effort I do not see how anyone professing to be a real Intelligent Democrat can hcsltato to accept Mr Inrker If ho should bo nominated as n fit representative of safe and conserv atlvo Democratic principles entitled to hearty and unreserved Democratic support Leader of Vaquls Shot Hormoclllo Mexico April nhtnu- el Ouaveil who has been for five years at the head of the Yaqul rebels In Sonorn and who In that time has Instigated many uprisings first In ono section and then In another Is dead Guavcsl was discovered among the prisoners taken by Captain Barton In an engagement with a bond of say ages near Ilntamoto and was immedi ately taken out and shot as Captain Harron was not prepared to take any chances Ills prisoners numbered al most as runny men as those of his command FItIFatal Fire In a Mt Vernon N Y Apr 7 Five persons aro dead and aMher Is lying as tho result of a fire that occurred In the Columbia Hall building The dead are Nathan Frey lid Isador Fre 12 Helen Frey 9 Henry Frey 3 and Gusslo Dohrlng 10 cousin of Mnl Ito InljllretlRivers and HarborajBlIlI Washington April UMJ passed tho bill n inlttco on rivers and 12Thojpr ating 3000000 for n maintenance of hi river and harbor is Burton chairman of tho comtu lt In explaining the bill urged tho tlon of settled principles with retard to river and harbor work f I British Ashore Calms HOIlri VIl Affrll lho Ilrltlsh steamer Rosewood fro alt ports for Rotterdam via Lomb tls Point which wont ashore above ftir coltoBlue Is leaking and has listed allrlter to port necessitating tho Jettlso of hoe cargo Restriction Removed Washington Aprl 7Thie tot- Ing bulletin was posted at navy partment The rcstrlcllon of the tloshlp squadron of the nhllllrp lias been withdrawn nail Ihn i0ia dorlnchlef authorized to permit squadron to cruise nt discretion going north of Fuchau on theyAsh coast Indiana P rohlbjtlohsts IfTdlanapolIs April 7Tho1ro tlonlstt of Indiana In convciu lucre nominated Felix T Mgt of this city for governor ancjnlt I dolcgatea and alternates to the tlonol convention Tho convcntilin took no action regarding a noyul + e for presidentsCrafts Would Go to Columbus 0 April 11ltepltatlvo W II Crafts chairman t Jj house finance committee la g groomed for tho congressional su Blon In the Nineteenth district S i Is said to bo satisfactory to So r Dlek and the statohouso oOlplals Panama Strike Enuz1 W K Panama April 12 The iirfln ike Panama railroad was brought Ho saerid most of tb laborers returnlSi o win IT uuder the old condluaaoj a irihk1 liP T li y rir 1z 4 r r Ao 44 q T 4A t j BU H OH PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Kentucky 31lnrr mid prnnr Agree to Mibnilt IIT reiicri to Arb trillion Pllcir IMruitd on liund Crlino HIM Casualty Jackson ICy April ILThe charred body of Sam Jones son of John Jones who was special cllzor tor llreathltt county and who summoned the first Jury In tho JcttWhlte ujurdor case was found near hero under a creek cliff Tho body was In a pile of cm here still burning and gashes on the slue of hits head led to the suspicion of foul play Ills known that ho was In company with Thomas II Combos and 11111 Combes and that they were all drinking Tho Combes boys say tnat they Lty down to sleep under the cliff after building n limo and that they left Jones during the night Dill Combos lied an ugly cut which resem bled a knife wound on his thigh Conspirator Cut His Throat Nashvlllu Tenn April 12 Follow lag the discovery of a plot among live negro convicts to dynamite their way out of the state prison Poto Dodson one of the conspirators cut his own throat and will dlo Officials of the prison becoming suspicious of tho negroes actions Instituted n search nnd found dynamite caps and pistol cartridges hidden In the shoo shops where tho men worked On being ac cused Curtis DIxon leader of the gang confessed by saying that the dynamite had been smuggled In by Jim Young a trusty When Dodson was brought before tho warden and accused ho drew a long shoo knife and slashed himself twice across than throat Miners WIII Arbitrate Louisville Ky April 8A strike of over 1000 coal miners at work In Ken lucky which scorned Inevitable was averted when after three disagree meats the wage committees repre sealing operators and miners agreed to submit their differences to arbitra lion and abide by the result Thu minors gained a slight advantage in having the question of hours ell mi tinted from tho proposals to bo arbi trated the day standing at eight bourn The miners demand the full Indianapolis scale whllo the oper atoms Insisted on an average reduction of IV4 per cent JDeaths From Floods r Evansvlllc Ind April 8The back water Hood still afflicts the people at Glass Ridge In the Wabash bottoms near Vlnconnos and the funerals of thrco persons whoso deaths are Indi rectly due to the flood wero conducted In skiffs Tho dead are Ethel Christy May Ilutlor nnd Charles Prince the latter n prominent farmer They woro afflicted with measles nnd pneumonia and the water In their homes caused relapses resulting fatally Mlles Chris- ty was tho daughter of Mrs Alice Christy who tiled from flood exposure last week Tragedy at a flail Game Lexington ICy April 9Coley Hay den 19 was shot at tho State college baseball park by Leo Anderson State collage student who was acting as guard at the park The bullet entered Haydcnn left shoulder nnd Inflicted a bad wound Anderson was arrested Central university and State college wero engaged In a game of baseball sad Haydon was looting on through a crack In the fence Anderson or dered him away when Ills said Hay don cursed him Anderson thereupon shot hint without further words Killed In Collision Central W Va April 8A coljlslou occurred between a passenger and freight train near this place on tho Parkersburg branch of Ibo Baltimore and Ohio In which Conductor Ford of the freight train was instantly killed nail Engineer Donnlngton tially Injured Thrco postal clerks P K Applegart of Loveland 0 T H I O nortop sjf Cincinnati and W V- si ParkohfJmrg were slightly in Jure No IJnSSOllgcJwero Injured ox cops tuna whj fcltd a Up slightly ask s N eTenn April 8 ThcBe publlifn state convention no lalniItct Jest Littleton of Franklin con y for Rovlnor anti Instructed Its delegates atUT national convention veil for the presidential Hom na ok Strjshnlne by MUtake lIsvtllo Ky April 9Mrs ichnelttqT 57 v ed from nn overt airy nine taken by mslako nine Mrs Selinoldcr was the if JoHoph J3c 1ielder a lumber c Old Grudge klnsvjlle Ky April OJoull- t 18 shot and killed Otis Mcln t ltoh was nrmpd but did not draw liver Wllbert escaped Old Grudgen U John s4 Jisiren oinks ln 1876 John J was iby Orea lc 9m1lq In a him and causing i pars Il J ftRtfJaehJac S rliarged with the III rtI JIkte iilbnd 0 foA1 Ujy K Fatally Burned n Ky April 11 Deputy Count Clerk Thoma HudBOia tried to start a fire withy kerosene and was Irobabljr fatally bu- rnedHt II 4 Soa k ayi r t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 WINTKIt 1811 rJCondition on April lIho Lowest of Averages of Lint Ira VrnrV 7 ontJiIfof statistics of the department of agri Cimilllion AllrllIIn 1902 and 841 the mean of the y6preThestates the averages of eonlitlohs on April 1 1904 KanBaH78MisBoiiri8l NebraalcatSi f3TennesseeStates 7C5 The average condition of winter ryo on April 1 was 821 against D79 on April 1 1903 854 nt the corro spending date In 1902 and 891 the mean of tho April averages of the last 10 years lOfficialAtlanta Ua April 12 Justice of the Peace Ormond Attorney W II Withers and Deputy Sheriff T J Jones wero Indicted by the federal grand Jury here Tho charge against RHorneylconspiring In order to Interfere with and defeat the extradition of Charles Blazer alias I C Harding lllazc was the man who charged Detective Dan Callahan of Cincinnati with kid naplnR him In Florida The Imme diate cause of this action of the fed oral grand Jury was the aervlns of n warrant Issued by Judge Ormond after the habeas corpus writ was de flied Blazer last week Papers have been served on the three men In dicted anti bonds taken Four Children Cremated Wllkeabarro 1a April 9 Four children of Mr and Mrs William Burke were burned to death at Sel aa topol Tho victims are Helen 14 James 12 Mary 8 and Michael G Tho family retired nt the usual hour and about 1 a m Mrs Burke was awakened by Quo crackling of flame She awakened her husband and It was discovered that awall of fire separate them front tho two rear rooms occu pled by tho children The parents made an attempt to reach the children but failed and they wore forced to jump from tho second story window to escape death The Plttsburg fire department responded but the build Ing could not bo saved I Fowler Currency Dill Washington Aunt 12A repor from tho house committee on bankin and currency recommending the passage of tho bill to Improve currency conditions was filed In tho house b r Chairman Fowler The first Beau- of tho bill repeals the law which pro habits customs receipts from being dlIposited In national banks The ond section repeals the monthly 3000000 limit on banknote retire ment The rccolnago of silver onto subsidiary coins is dollarsI tho third section of tho bill of 100000000 as tho total amount of subsidiary silver coins that can be I existence nt any one time Is repealed by this section Fairbanks Against the Field Washington April 12 President Roosevelt has been advised that the West Virginia delegation will present the name of Senator Elkins at the Chi cage convention as a candidate for vlco president Other candidates art Senator Fairbanks of Indiana Covet nor Van pant of Minnesota Governor LaFolletto of Wisconsin Governor Cummins of Iowa John U Webster o Nebraska John W Yerkes of Ken tucky Former Governor Lloyd I wu dos of Maryland and Former Govcrnoi Walbrldgo of Missouri It Is generally conceded that It la Fairbanks against the field- Mississlppl Stationary Memphis Tonn April nTboMississippi river nt this city has come to stand with a stago of 39 feet shown on the gauge This Is a rlso of three tenths of a foot since Saturday night It Is predicted by tho United Stdtes weather bureau offlclals that the water will remain stationary and soon begin to recede Thus far alllveea In the Mciriphls territory have withstood the overflow and It Is thought that when tho water begins to recoil 1 all danger will bo over ir Durton Sentenced SI Louis April 7 z United falcY Senator J II Burton of Kansas was seritenced to six months Imprison In the Iron ami lined yomvictedrusting ot t office rtment In trehal orti o 10 Griltf arch Securities coral nyr- St fir Loulsanil hiving receive pn r ntontiirom the company for Jjlsiser vicce7 y tAuarreledOver a Seat atfokeri ykieollng W Va AprIl9At11oe W Va n Benton huff and arIes Black quarreled over a seat Ina poker game and Black struck Huff several tunes nnjho head with ifs fist iiulfvll telthofloor uncon scious astseveral hours later au owed a rupture of a f VA etFoundDe + ira April MrTho body 1oskowsklt n murllcror ra fly escaped Im jail qt vifeunk was found on lio Lo f Valley railroad tracks above r The authorities believe com V iniUed sulcldo by jumping latfront- Re of express train H a t J Plague In Chili f Valparaiso Chill April 12Strl + gent measures are being taken topre vent thin spread of the Imbohlo plaguo from Antofogasta tOi other ceilingathiPort L ic f r- It j f Via v t i i = FURNITURE I I NEW AND SECOND HAND AT G S SETTLESII Jackson = = Kentucky We can furnish you goods at the following extremely low prices 1 ItalstMula from SlOO to saQu HrdBjiringa trout 100 to S200 Bureaus from 300 to 1000 Wnslistnnds run16O costa to 500 Cook Stoves from 150 to 1200 fI j We carry Couches Kitchen Safes Stand Tables and various other things at lowest prices Come and see us you will be surprised Yours 1 G S SETTLE 1 1 Jackson Kentucky tt t FNEWSgATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS- Current Events of the Week System ullonlly Collected Front Day to Day th9 IJrlefts Nunn fwd Reserved 1111 uis Coliiiiiu v TUKSDAY Sdnntor Quay reported 111 at Atlan tic cUr O s Kelly millionaire manufac 0aSecond Lieutenant tarry Parshall of the Twentysecond Infantry died at Maruhul Mindanao of heart disease General Juan J Jlmlncz the l omlu lean rebel leader who thud from tho vlctorlouajgforces of President Mo rales nt New York Tucker Pinokney brother of former Congressman John M 1lncknoy ot tho Houston district murdorcl by negroes In Walled county Tex 1 lC1 rfeeling high ror the lest time slnco his coroni lion Aug 9 1903 tho pope went to St Peters to say mans In celebration of tho thirteenth centennial of St OrogI ory the Groat who died In C01 A P As a result of this brides mo lor- being stricken with smallpox durmg I tho wedding rfestlvltlcs 30 famlHtJ I who witnessed the marriage of An drew Baxter iud Miss Ousts Krause I In Newton Wlsare quarantined In their homes astiti epldemlo 13 feared F MONDAY Flro at Cairo 111 consumed Ellis Brothers Fair and ro tilhcr build- Ings Loss ICOjOOO Steamer BvWoIvIn laBv eat fresh wator frelgnGveEsol over built successfully launched at Lo ratal 0 Ml- Kov John McQuald ono of Ihooldt cit and bestjtnown Jesuits In Aincr lia died at Boston Ito was born in Ireland In 18264 rprosldent Roosevelt sent to the sen Kato thin nomination of John McCuff j Joi poAinaBtor at Creston 0 nnd Itebet t 1VIler at Flushing O- I EnglnoMlsrJof a train on this Phil addpltla Ualtlnioro and Washington railroad bkjiloiled at Halotborp Md Instantly kUllnlffA tJi Williams encl CarterSATUKDAY A tornado wrought much damage tb property at Owehsbnro Ky Failures for the week numbered 225 In tho United States against 1Q7 last year and 29 In Canada compared with 1C a year ago- Prestdcut nominated James U Par sons Jr as United States consul gen oral to the Pity of Mexico vice A D Barlow reined and Texas flyer No 5 wrecked four mlfes south of Fort Scott Ian by the raiJ spread lag Many perna lirUrod Steven loosen Joseph Cumberland Charles drlgsby an unknown negro killed at Washington DO by nn explosion In thoPlntsch gas com pressing plant 1w JusUco Iritchardofthe criminal court Washington flxedjMay 2 as the date for the trial offormer Assistants Attorney General JameijNTyner and- o I former Law ClerkIlf1r J Barrett QLho LostolflC0 deparetlit fpr con gfr r Ji I Ifl SGO2Dining500 t t Rockers from 50 cents to 350 Chairs from 25 cents to 100 Parlor Suits from 1000 to 3500 trulyj ON MAIN STREET Splracy to defraud tho government FRIDAY tasked men held up the govern ment trading post at Ross Fork Ida They secured about 1500 and escaped Georgo McCoy killed and three trainmen Injured In a wreck on the Loulsvlllo and Nashville near Middles boro Ky Tho Ohio supremo courtsetJuly tlas the date for tho execution of Wade brothers who murdered Kato Sullivan near Toledo O Flro ot the Wehrlo stove works Newark 0 the largest in the world did 100000 damage and throws 1000 men temporarily out of worktA collision occurred between a pastsenger and freight train near W Va on the Parkersburg branch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad In which Conductor Ford of the freight was killed and several trainmen In jured TIIUKSDAY Pennsylvania Republicans nominal ed former Attorney General J I Isikln for supremo court justice r Thomas McGovern Nationalist member of parliament for tlio West division of Cavan Ireland died at Cavan a Prank Foltz killed William Swlgard nt Auburn Iud They had previously quarreled and It Is said Foltz dellbor ttely awaited Bis victim Edward and Jacob Hammondbroth era and Oscar Slcgcrtson asphyxiatedh by illuminating gas as the Hammond home Philadelphia An arm protruding from a window led to the discovery of the dead body a of Major Henry Bathelruor 42 In his room at Columbus Death caused byIe henibrrbao of the lungs cAkronhands ot ivcelvcrs Capital stock 200000xDetectives are Investigating the dla appearance near Danville lit of an express package containing 1000 Humane society bf St Louis prohlb Its tho furnishing of log meat as food for tho Filipino esatthe worlds fair The cases of W 8 Taylor John Powers and Charles Flnley charged with complicity In tho murder of Wil liam Goobol went over to next term W D Dlmm ot Dayton 0 an Erie railroad mall clerk stabbed himself In the left breast nt Salamanca N Y and Is at the hospital In a dangerous wndltlon Example of It Himself Tho lelegnto with the scarred face roso to speak Mr Chairman he said Im for tho resolutions nil right only1 want em made a good deal stronger Wo are hero to denounce grafters and grafting of all kinds and we watt to make it so plain that no man who has over profited by graft will lure to show his face Where would the speaker himself lie Mr Chairman yelled another delegate if his friends hadnt como forward when he got his taco scald ed and furnished tho skin from their arms to give him a new face lies got graft written all over his hero tho meeting broke up in a rowChicllgorl ibuno e t C r y- tt 1 a I J A V IUNLUCKY COPPERS J1 1 At St Asti tt JUia racetrack outS j v sidle of Alexandriajit used to be tho h J Ircustom to give return liekets for 17 j iA o scats Mostof the patrons would t tI Land over n quarter and get in change a nickel dad 3 cent This copper money according the av T creed of the gambler Avas un ucky- y so that the Potoihac between Ii I Washington nail Alexandria was fill i cd with tho copper thrown1 over4 board by the men who wero going to tbet on tho races There is an ohLSj time race course man who swears hat the stretch of water between he two cities is so overloaded with I copper currency that it is well worth 4 while re There X11is r UIQ bottom of that river than all tho mines ia Colorado will produce in a Jj P year If the government would only take n tumble and look things over it could make a fortune from tliot r cents in tho Potomac Pittsburg Dispatch tS d l- tA Test of Sobriety An ingenious test of sobriety is y now y entericpfinalsplatform about two i igh ascended by three steps This platform is about twelve inches wide and fifty yards long following I zigzag course with here and hero oxn obstacle that has to bo stepped i Ono who has nlrend hind a at drop too much is thus practically to full fdrttthis harrow and F cult pathwayrto thopaddeI tr tOTfCCIohi w 1 fir rill which they reach the bar Ir ICy require another drink they mus traverse tho platform a second time Jid BO on a P 0 Fl neIUlonf w There art two popular delusions + about nab = ore that they canijof lho- out of water nut Uio other that they can Ilyo In nIlJNIrovnlorthc tealNsupply I a c tcr of tact tbereVare t1s 11I Africaiwhich having tOt1liitht at dry rivers for a portion oh the reara + have developed lungs while lu many an ainateur8 aquarium nah genet llvo lu tho water provided owing to lock ot i food Theo It Wa Toweri ihWae Tommy Flggjam 1aw what tbeDI u 7 ble says Is true aInt IU Paw llgg jllulSuro thing my son PomutY Flgg JnmDont it soy All flesh la grussV Paw Flggjani Yes Tommy Tommy Flfjgjam Then aint dried beef bn12ri P DalUuioro American f Plve ClarltlUF Little boy inquired tho minister t who bad called to see thee luau of the house Is your tether a Christian I i Yes replied the boy I think ha la rjihesatiayeLlpplucattsu J ati pSubecribe today a- R 4- by j 1 e tN e- V 4t i rt P k 4 b 4- a C j THIS IJREATMITT NEWS t- 5 r J WISE ItMI1NS Editor i city April inili 1001 p 1KOMSSIONAL CARDS = =J VisirllAOiK8 OX llowtivo I1ACIlt1SeCI301VLINq trrOkNIY St r 1MV Onice over IostOfllce JACKSON A KEXTUCC- Tr All business Intrusted to them will receive prompt end careful at liiilton = = =I I Ill TTTH1nTITTRRRnnTlnnTf nnnnmlc R0ARKtE LAWYER = JACKSON KENTUCKY 3 = Will prnctlco in Ilrpathltt and 2 11ng dlin 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withdrawn ThBro ia 110 national enterprise 1 stow that is performing more functions than that of tho Weatli- ort Iitreau At n minimum ox S 10li has been ablo to furnish 1 ilt 1 HipU kinds or weallmor ii- I l oft t11 ill tlio ufottntain section of E1Mil +nlutk aid vhila we fI cat n tlioast of many ndvhntngos 5rps ofi idrb cOiHbnient sections the deliveryI I ti lath yiyt and tho like we can any 1 thntvo nro uhnndnntly served with n Belecljl miscellany of vnrigatcd i J dllllnt i Iderrslstannah any cause 1111 t ciid ofrtroublo Wlien tho stomach f rlillflHrfurlll its fuiicitotiD tins bon i cUbrs nio duniiiKed lilt llvtr Hiid l IIsis cotniril cnuimig nutnerou tz lfII t hipimr Hl fiilnl ur which ore r uud 1111r fir ibe most la tlr r o d atltiflutlmrlnnl lllingLi lo rp M ore a0 It hel pry lliy cipiilllion tail rpr iil inrinsnno= Mip riiretirfltiiiii eon bo used llujn- Chuiuberliifiisf t 8t mnch nnd Idvpr Vrnblitt Fur HIIH by Uny Pros Co r a ti Jii I 0 THE BREAD MAKER11 JIM IK rents or the result when iuint I Mansfields Flour r IV white anti lugs Uiu imtiirnl Ius 4 iiiidjliivor of the wheat borrj MnJce- b tUtr whiter Seflitfar breml limn y 5 t InJj513 i WilY on icjulpjned- 58i vjr IiI hour 111111111 Kentucky I o t Lgta U5lb sacktor IIK8r 1ATENT 1 + WAIOUNTAIN LlllY talk tu yiln I hartelftt 1 Jt C MANSF1KL1 SOX tL ROSSLYN KY r 4 f J Idspofdtt 4 r rr tiP wa = M 4 fw 047f1 A KICIMIAUlj- Dor Armleil un Clmrgo or Robbing Wealth Old Krolimc- Snllftbury Coun April 9Four boys suspected of connection with the robbery In Lancsvlllo whom 12000 WBII stolen from the home of Henry Davis a recluse were arrested ralr their homes here About 8000 wa9 found In their possessioniThe boys are Fred IJlodgett 1C Edward Welmor 10 SnnTuol McCor8 mlck 18 and Den Plant 20 Jolih Turner 15 was arrested at Now Jill ford charged with complicity In the same robbery He Is said to have made a full confession and took the officers to Urookflcld Junction where they found 1200 hidden under a stone wall All the boys arc members of re spectablo families Two Banks Quit Marshalltown la April 7Tho Exchange National bank of Dow City and the Dank of Duck Grove Craw ford county have tailed with report ed total liabilities of 500000 and as sets of only 150000 Doth banks are owned by II S Greene of Dow City Mr Greene says the assets are be twecn 75000 and 100000 greater than the direct liabilities and that de positors will bo paid In full Specula tion In western cattle Is given as thu cause of the failure N Wilder of Dow City has been appointed receiver of the two hanks WreckIIndians In a Maywood 111 April 8 SIxtythreo Indians In a special car of tho Oregon express en route to Washington to see President Roosovelt were smashed Into by the fast mall of the Chicago and Northwestern two miles west of here during a fog Doth trains were eastbound Three of tho Indians wero Instantly killed three were fatally In Lured and 20 others were more or less seriously hurt Tho Indians were from the reservation near Itushville Neb and their Journey east was particu larly for show purposes at Now York Mrs Botkin Guilty San Francisco April 8Mrs Cor della Dotkln was found guilty of tho murder of Mrs John P Dunning by poisoned candy sent by mall from San Francisco to Dover Del several years ago Tho penalty Is Imprisonment for life This Is the second conviction of Mrs Dotkln Mrs BotUIn was charced with poisoning Mrs Dunning and her sister Mrs Deane daughters of Representative Pennington live WBslherLanded In Jail Owensboro Ky April 11 Earnest Clarke of nussellvllle Kywas placed In jail hero on a charge of passing an- nl old state bank bill of 1855 and obtain ing lawful money In exchange Youthful Pair Weds Sargent Ky April 9 Johnnie Ad arne Jr only 14 years old was mar ried to little Miss Drucllla Adams 12 his cousin Tho parents consented 3IAUICKT IlKPuTiiri Grain And Stock Prices For April 11 Cleveland Cattle Choice fat dry red steers 1150 Ibs and up I 60T 85 good to choice 1000 to 1500 Ibs J l 35Q 170 good to choice 900 to 1000 Ib- s3Bb16 cholue hewers Jl 1004 25 choice fat butcher bulls 13 SstfS 60 Choice fat cows IS 25SJJ 50 choir to fancy milk cows and springer 110 001iJl 15 00 Sheep and Iamb Good to chairs wool lambs J5 8508 IB fair to good 15 8036 85 cilU and common IS 000 S 50lllOdIO choice wether sheep II T5W KQvcommon tl WQI 00 fair to Rood year ling 15 00S 50 Rood to choke ewes 14 2501 C5 good to choice lipped lambs 14 85O5 M fair to good tl GOt 83 Rood to chO1 a mixed sheep clips It OOQ 4 60 rain to gaud J3 S004 00 good to choice dllp ewes H OOffl 25 Calvea nest sa 5OE 00 J fogs Yorkers 15 85 mediums and heavies IS CO pigs 15 00 stags and roughs 13 C0f4 75 East Buffalo Cattle Good to choice shipping and export steers II 900 610 fair lo good shipping steers It 409 I CS choice butchers II 40Sj 4 65 fair to stood butOhtm I3VT604 2S heifers S3 10 Ol 15 fat ooTV4sf2 2tS4 00 Bulls If 23 I lU I 26 fresh OOW8 IInlsprlnlt tilt to good 130 00040 00 Sheep and lamb Coal tocholce lamb SiHi 40 culls and common 15 0005 75 Rood to choice mInd slie 15 1005 25 cull and good to choice wether isheep iS 40Q 5 65 fair lo good Iii 0035 10 fair to good yunr lings 85 2505 75 CalvCrBest 15 509 61S Hogs Heavies 350565 mo llama 5 505 55i Yorkers IS 405 4S pIgs IS OOQ5 10 rough II 750r 0 stags 13 7504 25 Chicago Cattlp Good to prime steers IS 4t5 66 poor to medium 131 Qt 90 Btorkers and feeders U 75QI 25 cows 12 0004 30 heifers Ji 3SQ4 50 canners U 001 60 bulls S2 0004 00 Texas fed sterns II 0001 GJ Sheep And 15Iwestern sheep U 9505 65 western lambs 16 01SJJ 45 Calves li 50Q5 25 Hogs Mixed and butchers lQOarift gad to choice henry Si 205 3Sffr5u5h heavy II 9566 10 IlghlI 7S515 WheatNo 2 red U GOtll OS CornNo 1 62V4O53C OatsNo 2 38ViS o- Pltlsburs Cattle Choice ttiebE 6 40 prime 15 105 25 good II 75 Y5Uand singe 12 OOS 400 freshcows U5 00 060 00 sheep and Jamb AVooledsheapJ 13 J005 60d woolcd lalOIt 6 J8 40 plIpptMl Blicep 12 60fl 4 50 clipped lambs I COgBIO spring lambs t800lSIO 00 CAlvea 59aiogsiPrIme hoary fi566it4Imed1 nll1 15 b5 05 60 heavy Yorkers J5 500555light Yorkers IK 2505 30 pigs New York Cetller Native juicers 14 60S 6 20 hula 13 7401 50 cows It 60 03 65 choice fat steers 14 30 Sheep rod Lambs Clipped sheep 14 60OI 75 tops 15 00 Unshorn lambs 16 3506 65 clipped lambs 16 0005 60 slvesVeals II OOtJP6 60 Hogs Pennsylvania hogs If 60 nuffalo pigs 15 30 mixed western 14 90 WheatNo 2 red tl pornNo 3 Sic Oats No 2 45c- Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red U 07 mixed 53H5lc Oats No 2 mixed 420424c RyeNo 2 7S78o rSirdIS 10 Hulk 1I10Ilt1 CO Hacon lit 25 Hoas II 0006 35 Cattle 12 25 61 75 Bhenp 12 OOlffl 60 Lambsrl 60 1600 ABoston WoobvOhlo and Pennsyl 7unto XX and above Sic X 3o No 1 IJr No 2 31032a tine Washed delaine JISJCc Toledo Wheat 1100 corn Blc oats 424c rye 73c clover eed 16 CS m JAI t1 boylsecamo 1 left In the cupboard and told you not to disturb Jiltlo Oscar I eated It bodied Mother And what would you mil nn act like that Little Oscar Disturbing the piece I suppose IonntFirst Btutlcnt A funny thins Imp reared lo me In class today Second Student Tho Ideal First Student Yes The professor called me up mind then be called me down Princeton Tiger s Y L + n t 4 and the in every Box Search night Matches hive other match It lights easiest burns longest Get Search nut Save tho Coilions A Dew Story Clmunccy I tells how after the Pawnee Indians had exterminat ed tho Crows when he was a boy ho journeyed from Peckskill to New York to see the great Pawnee chief who was exhibited at Barmims It happened to be on March 17 and as the parade passed the museum the band played limo Wearing of tho Green Just then tho great Paw nee chief rushed to the window and exclaimed to his medicine man He date Moikc Ill see that procession if I lose fly jobl- larlintly iIlrturnrd- Algy You say she only partially re turns your affection Clarence Yes and thirsts what Im annoyed about She roturneil nil the love letters but retained nil the Jewelry TIME PIECES lon I- et ATCHES- I et IN Gold Gold Filled 1 IIrvjfCKLEAND GUN METAL 1 11 S2CO 3S4TP 25 AND UPWARD I HiIItNJEWELER EABT MAIN Sr OPI TUB ihukal3 IBX1NUTUN KY t it ALL OVER ThE A HOUSE irjlow to Make a Convenient gip and Attraeii tiveWqslutand- In this day of Iiygjenic cure when harlorfulioftei Locomcs ncctwury to provide soniftTiing ttt take their plan Itcndy undo Rill 11 It are to be bought hy tho epore hut n mot satisfactory one run ho utilizedat homo hy two hoards and fiiur iron brackets Tlfe hoards ShONho of emootli fwood nccciKury size Ha make goncroils ehclres TIJ up r tirI i taut the washbowl JJoth shelves should he painted with while enum ol two good coats und when thor oughly dry screwed to the brackets which are screwed to the wall These shelves are placed at n com upperonethe of the upper fhclf is hung a curtain of some Pimple washable stuff that can be kfjit fresh and clean It may be a dotted swiss a madras or a tambour muslin and the drapery JUig enough to reach IJrovitleilaof toilet needs for the dolly baths while the upper contains the bowl even soap dish and mug lib irnr- JoliunleI void Unrlu Simon that lie was ccttliiR too old and feeble to at tend to business MnminnrDId lie take It kindly Jounnlcnaftlirevr me out of hIs office Us I Gt lt 0- I 1 jJT ar = You Hold to Win when you hold n SEARCH tGHT longer MATCHA EVERYBODY I I Huftia Story n peculiar man and nI j Now York merchant daringly uianlp ulnted the coffee and spice markets lit the tulddlt of the nlnoteoutli century On ono occnslon whet he owmtl a large quaaUty of coffee tin market nipldly declined HU ruin WIIH pre dieted What are you going to doT- I linked him Wliy he said with n shrewd wink I shall buy several tboumind bags more and steady the market lie come out of this Hpecuhillou nut almost every other In which be em barked with success He commenced business In butter and eggs and bar ctuno the master of the spice market of the world Once he Imported mi en tire cargo of l epper lie hind only a dim Idea of where coffer nod aplai came tram and usually kpoke of the places as tray off llln woks were kept by single entry UH he refused to understand nay other Myxteui A small paper meiiioranduiu currlod In the lln IIIK of his blcli lint was liU chief re liance In regard to bin business iiTilrn He wits one of the foundcra of the Na tional Broadway bunk Town Topless Wnnttd TITO Good Murderirn Some curious letters passed between i Garrick and n mini named Stone The latter was employed to get recrnltH for I the low parts of the dninm nod one i night he wrote to Harriet Sir the I bishop of Winchester In getting ilrunk I at tbe Dear and sweats he will not play tonight peculiariCOmduct explained that the conununleatlon only refers to the inun engaged tu take that character In the play of hoary VIII On another occasion Onrrlik wrote to Stone If you can get mo two Rood murderers I will pay you handsomely particularly the spouting fellow who keeps the apple stall on Tower bl The cut In Ills face U just the thins tkk me up un lildcriuan or two for UUchard If you can nail I have no ob 01l1el11mRlerChllmber A Wine IrnblnnIDid you ever n man smites his thumb with n Im minor while putting down a carpet under his wifes supervision how mlckly he thrusfs tho bruised and throbbing member Into bis mojith iHplc think It Isbccanxe the applications soothing Hut ibo move ment is purely Involuntary like wink Ing The emu cannot help It Tho fact U that nnturu knows what u man Is apt to any under such clrcutn stances and no has provided him with an automatic stopper Whenever ho hits las thumb hard enough to hurt and It floe nt take a very hard blow almost to kill u man when ho Is doing something he doesnt like to doII1 a sort of Interlocking system his thumb Hies lute hit mouth amid fur the critical moment speech Is cut off An Pilil ICurrnii Ciiufnm Everybody knows the fondness of time I adult ChliUMQ for kiteflying The Ko rean however puts this pastlmu to al iwe altogether novel When time tluie of goal resolutluns conies around lit tub new ellr the Korean writes on dlsposlttomiilumpaticmiee etc tt wn art dark says olio Amer jcan rtsMlnBvlbKor a nIntlng such hoielit tlkHtfJ4jr out to Its full length ho cut ltfUH ICUUKO Imagining that sohu iMd rut himself of Isis enemies matt cbitlil bpgln tho new year with now CQurlfgf M O vat CpoollJler and Alligator II WIles 111uIIII st rota I lHllfiy tuning t puluitd Lt- rdislha i efgllowjng nre time uosl OfilKfroflllfhqside or tfie iippar jaw and Ik therefore vii ibho when tine mouth Is closed while InthorirllKutor It Is received In n pit lii tho upper jaw mud la therefore In visible or pearly so Again Hi the croc odile the hind of fattened scales whklrjJwwjiBticig In the alligators whoso legs tire wswl London Saturday Ilevlew Insert Teiuyernlnrei I ThO teuqerutIIl a Ite hunluli Is essentially tbe umo In time trafiiii and In the polar zones Insects at rest have a temperature practically UHf saino as that of tho surrounding air In ordinary conditions of heat tumid of humidity Under usual conditions the temperature of an Insect rises with that of tile surrounding nit only more slowly When the air Is very moist time Insects temperature may rise moro rapidly than that of the air When tho Insect begins to move Its tempera lure rises and continues to also until the motion ceases r J 4IItt I r + 2 J April May limeI me tilt three moll Imporlniit moiitlisof the year 011 the larm The work dune then uenn I he iucoei or Inlliire nf Iba fnrm for tin iunr As an Aid to SuccessV livery furmor ilmiild 1ljIIIIIIIIIIOh with mate iiiiiiiiMU which will nsertrsn ml pnslncllve- Ilera sad UtllliMtlltlll r9t lint 1111 iii Far m A Weekly Visitor wbliihu 111 girt aid of lliii kind ulih tbiMiiliilni s ii mid pmellinl i xperl- eiiit of lllf ticul Unuuti ngrl- oullnrnl niiibiiritlin In Amer lonnud in rill luleruitlnn Ill U user Is tile New York Tribune Fanner Dolt forgot bat It nlest lint entertain- Ing lags wr HIP tithes sans nnd- dmiglilorr Yen lens teciiro It III euftiMuiioii with your IKIIIIO taper The JJronthitt News tvhleh will be bligls r sad better that ever li dim pipim rue ytnr For Only 8100 by sending ymir order nt OUCH to ITHE NEWS KY I e wa- work I y o of da sad day out for small wages and with little hope of ad nnonr help you leave the ranks of the poorly paid many null become one of the vcpafd hew lhnnn1 In nPA Jt1 r Idoubled sMwil iiet for any of the fart lowlug positions Mechanlcil Electtil Steam Civil- or Mining Engineer Electrician Stir r qBfiftsman Ornamental Designer Ar WftiiH 0i111 BooVkeeper Sirs w e Show Card Writer i or Ad wither Wide atingwllebpail is jon tu V n r IN- Tterrei 0 Abr Schools r Ieii BM PA- oscusJs KfHMHTiTITII OurreJr rI a lIiiocksnn K iiiee n in nikts tnl cuntaddrejuas d lo I he Uorrestioiulence SrtlioolH Ml lY6Fb11Sh Glnclinntl 0 will Inborn yon Bhyfiie111 i afu7ntn Ion you may wUb 1 e- r t = DAY 1u1 iIi1 COMPANY Wholesale and Retail 1jip I iiif Have the most complete stock eyrofIvilf GENERAL LJ MERCHANDISE ConsistingEverb i of 1 14 o04t Jv OtIQfte e1 tIiI11lfr J t wilfr S row we have the Finest Line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky y Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style ror the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lott of Shoes money could buy Millinery Goods r- S This Department is under the man 0fageineat of Mrs R J fFulkerson who Jt can Show you The Latest Style Hats i V direct from New York City AlsoI FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS I In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from he Eastern Markets x If yotitneecLany House Furnishings or J j t UURNITURErafir 1 I JIJ f ae have it by cal loads to sultrpvkevery body 4 jorne and see tIS ourIir Ch- IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllIJlIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII avo f j I cs Are All Right g = tF a II1I1J Il1tII II ill IIIIIIIIIII11111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIUIIIIIII II 111111111 II II I DAY BRO tCOMPANY J 1toO HC a9Rson J eJ1tuc y IJiIL if rJItJ 2 1 if d J f liWttyl1ll1W1Ill = nrTZ 1 m The Breathitt News ItibllslHMl Hvery lrltlny a trOitTUlittliiu imiri tbuu FOUItTHUN IliinilriMl oiloi f Dt I Local and Personal 1 s I JriImilJohn III11slllr ItIIIIf wns in Jnck ion Mondiiy Vhen In ltxinglnu stop with Ilm- llw nl KHII llolil rHorn April 7 tniho wifu1 of urcc Lfrunsin Frozen tw In boys dekrfur Severul wifk is Impiuvini rM ltrwnnli rilormd Mondii froiii a vllt tu felt Ilil4 In Lexington Mr W K IlimUliatv tvn4 vinllln frIi ndlnlexln loiMlrtof the vtrk- 1I44 LutHflullitt wa vUllliiK friend oif Fiotiii Cicek Saiuidny unit Sunday LOKHII Taiiibe vl llfd Ii lend nt Lde tHy and Caiiiml Clly llrnl of the seek KWIIIh HuiH Bud Hiiwiird DIIVII rat Saluuliiy mid Sunday ill lixlng lUll C rant llnllidny III Cmiuv Morgan county win In Jackson Ineidny ill IHhltj a Mr S 1C Iliiml nf atiiiiHMi ans hen Tram of the wifk a gif t of Cipt and aIr W It lira II aw If you hero any buuri or lolsoi mid you uniit tofll lUl them wills HagtiifttV Howling fn the JaiMou coal miner You earl gel en1t fur your churk by rtalllnn at A 3 JUIUlaall4 tnre- Mts u lllllu und Fiimilu llurt nf IVarlrei fpenl fioin Saturday mill Monday vMtlng IL Jiclcmi- Charle K Wynit nf the Jiicktnu En ginu Work rHiiriitl AVwIneMlay from a busliuM Iripn Oliio- Jiiilttu liiM Nod hi MMI Autlin III HnZHid pnntal ihrouuh here Thursday on thilr way In I4 lItIIan A Hank MI iiicocil nt Cmitel City lnl Mnxilay wllh M hmlrySupt ol the 0 K Ky 841rrl4 nit Ixigau Tnutboi reluruml fiom Ihrt U H Arfny April Ut and 14 making bin hiinio at the Aillniiinn llwlel- C 1 Filclk uf L plc O Iu lOr ccpltil N 1llIttll a+ lrnvillli fnle innn fur llM Jnckiii Knglni Work I will tsitFrnmll fur UuinmonwKallh 1ii Jut IIII4 A SJoilXMiN- I liaVi jllot reulnvt dn Par loud of hart nil wlilnli 1 am aetling oWap 2m M S Urnill Ill brat plij pit Chamhrlnlll Stimajh Bud Liver TnbUi Kniy to In laku ilea nnl In effect Fur tab by Uay Itiw Cn Hummer 8plc r iII hihl In n bund nt V6 Xlo mi w Thiir huhultut nit that may bN found ngaiiift him for lliu mnr der if Jmne Jiiliiuiin- Ji u hn It lUymf 1Vdt Liberty Will In JiickMii during ihe peat teik willplitni mars fur llu vhoii liiititc of Nark Mizl Oti of Uinclnnall the Kentucky Itlmik and Cannel Coal Co sill pard I8IsIISof Win lo Ht bmU llrilol Ihe AtttrkaiilitiriXhfhli They will build an arch of IhU coal near the entrance tndk2iugiI IBV iiveritl hundred deeds ru roulVilMlnrliri my Iran of olllea as Coiuil Uleik These aro valuable lo thenoliirn of Ihe land and I would lr freerauttrlaka them oit tI J Wiso Iliglns air Hind bus hiamil her hotel to irahi llollldny of Canny whowlll Iakr- putrt4mhls ill 11591II ily Mr HollhUy 11I1hll1lIlItllIlrnlal fxpurlincu in the liilrl biiiliuwf having a ho tel fur SHVernl yNnr tit Cnnuy We eleouiu Mr llollldny and Ida family toonrloivn MHLetlle Glni left Tuendny rill hejnluune nt Ueorgclown Mif ulasi tin In Jackon fomeverul mouib + at ofsdlItfihvioe mill Iollmdnml du lug bat stay litre In b cuiui endeared to a hot of Irlend Him were torry to rut leer feels Antce nmll Farm In lie eiiinly fore iiZIIt Lnrkin Hlamper place on llujtiieiid of Hear Creek Nice ilwelllug fi1 std rtIlIehllllst trIha nllli horn never fallitiK water well fenccil Trice rea loiiuble and term ea y For partlcu i lmriajply 10 MAM JKtl tVtnchater Ky UaH for lvMibllean Convention r I helUpubllciin I Imof Urt nthilt county cullof J i OIIK oclock p m Airll saHijfjOpjitfrtr tjie purpose of elecllng drlrntes n + nllbntl the Kipnbllcan State convention to ha heM nl Luuli 4llltliiyiii May 01 1001 nnd to transiict any other lumlnets that may tin Itgaily brought btffore said ciftiven lPtnil AInrgeulleuthturataCnrtitallys- ulicited UespeolfiiU jf irO llurjt JohnO Grlllllh 4i Secly ClinfuHOO Y 11 of lie nnniMi IIIIHrAIICIrlledI Ily Ihinlel IIluretujast master al- Jaek1o Ky j AH I 15lh 1001 mild sent to lhulead Letter nlllce alWasli DS6T for week ending April 29thy1002wIInh eLtl lf rik n isFrcq tiJavldjon HleiiM U1 InlJ IlnulploIl1V 0 J Mattock i- IIOYlI1all George r Irofllt W 15 t4SehIUan Mw Pat Vires W U 4r Wlilttaker Julia W 1West HE Ono ileac letter D U 1 Po taIi tot = W K- kiir 1 t Curl Day Dwul- Cftrl Day died at tbo JooJ 1311 tnnrhnn lIosJlltullit Lozin + ton last Tuesday of iiiilftuiiiiatorv r lull nn pneumonia 1 10 WII8 taken sick at Frankfort before lilt LtgUlaturu adjourned and WIIS moved lo tilt Lexington JlospilnlH- OIIII thereafter wlioro ho bad uv ury nltviitioti tbnt loving friend and tbo moat uk illtc p1tJsti1lU8 could boalinv Dr J A Juttl boo of this place woe constantly tit bia biHlaido from the LIgiullingof his illness till bib death + ro mains VITO homo Vwl lnlllll11mKrozttti Creok in tbo trestpcn of n largo number of his friends ttiulei tbo auspices of tbo Knigbta o- lLythbu of which ho VMS u II li bur Hov M VIlinoro tnLu Methodist liiireb couductt hlll rllllonsl8cnictl at stead Air Uuywxs a member u hist Legialatnre nnd introlmmi fainona Inl lUll prohibitink thol- coudacatiOlI of the races passed both housua and was ilgned by thu Governor and is now a law hich only affects Uoren College in title State Jlo was a eon of Nathan HUayuud leaves one brother null two eieere tir u 1ayturd Mn Clary Williams und Miss Nay pay f llov to vanl OIF an Attack of ItlllMlllllltlHII- IForyiarn when pring Urn ranic on and I went Into gardening I fur sure to have an attack uf rheumillini and terry attack wan more levurf than the precrding and lay Jotle McDnn aldnf Man Kigali e5unly1V Va 1 tilidnverythlng wllh no relief llllat- r1I1I11Ii I procured lMtltleoliaiii bt rlalni Pain llalinand lilt lIut allliI nation gave me tat anil before Hrt bolli rn4 card I felt like a new peron Now I feel liki I nm cnril hut I nlanym keep a bottle nfChanilier lallll Palm Halm in tlm linnin pnd H him I feel any symptom of n return I toon drlvo it away with one or Ijo airI- Ji3Nllunm of thin liniment For mitt hy Day Ilm Ci Ltrst On JAUI Creek In llreathitt ronnly Ky1ts Iii alit tiny of March INI ome where beineen Alfred Itohert nmid Tlo Sirung 1210 In curreiirr Its Illy liiidollnr 1illa and eight five lollar bills I IIIllnJ a liberal reward Ill nilJ Dim llndlrg laiiiu April 4 loot II II ilraahearf 1Ier Ky Yiitfoti lur Salu ClHhp Uav all sizes in Wibur Wagon fron J In niail wagoiM lo 314 in lug wag 1114 Call mud examlun mime Irirei right MSCraln oerena Napier wife of McOager Na iler died last Thursday week ago of ineuniiinta She wa the ttiduw II- IlftlolI Graft mud had married McOoif tr Naier aldiui three week ag- oCo1res1oiidence FINOASTLE Oh will It Ii abnoil know J B Miirrl multi wife nt lea Oily art lilln f their mull Frank here til Week MrTlpintiand Irs Emily Ollnte vent married at Dealt vllle Monday Mr llronn wits calling on our rnerj ihitnt IUI veek w Henry Shoemaker and J H On inn sirs at lleatlyvllle tit Jurors lhla Week T S Shackleford and John Aimer Sr illended the that day of court al Deal I y Vllle Mr Sarah Bhncklefoid mother of ii- E Slueklefurd dud Wednesday aftei icing conllned to her bed fur tilt pint three year She nil 85 year old niul leuvem a host of relallyeatal trends nutirii her dealh J K Ivlncaid Moses ltoiert and 1J Shoemaker are juror at Heatlyvilld- Uaao Miller of Campion was viaillni hla mother hurl lists week Mr Eddie Spencer was visiting E Snlytlsm family Mune- lllwi llobbs went to UtIILt vI lit Tues II air Mote Barnett and wife nf Zacharlih vl lied the family ofO W Trend wtjj Saturday mutt Sunday I10XKK Aunt Ellen llirt lit Vancleavd Sta ion spent Sunday will Mra Florenef lorlun She wa also a caller at tin mperlal Hotel and took luncheon4 J Weley Fletcher moved this Myeel rant the Cope Fork of Frozen Iril6vnt ewell property recently vacated by Ii If llorton and fondly iII H Stamper one of Wolfe county most useful and able physicians was liere laat week Sir J A Sovvell Is vlltlng her dangl ler Xerllda Center al Hazel Qrwi tlllm vteekis John Woellh1 hu removed his black mthllllIg tool from VanoleavB to 1s iIrn er xiresvectale horse for farm pur- taeej2 A t a f r d thou Mays liable to IIHIIIMO his join work otlhu 1ryorsitw mill ciusrlyhuumedmonth with inciiniuiiii wan hero Tuiiiliiy perambulating mho hrokei tirculg of thy luun- llemuralaawylilierSnmI J Klkin mill Hannibal IlurIL were eultrulnlni uII of the fnmll of J A Sewell Sun ilny sight Jim Napier mill Alias Ulehle the lovable mill beautiful daughter of Men ry Illihlu uiiil wife lilt quiet inurrlcil nt Ilm homu of I lie bride um evening lust week- IOJrnlrtvua gardener ore very busy ihUuevk planting and owing tleli need 1IKATTYVILLE Tile woollier h cold mill unsettled find lull little farming slid gardening have been done here- On Friday Curler D Stamper ion ol Judge 81 Stumper wU taken sick tttlh limilllllli tint nllllil tiuiH IIH U it inirroving On Sunday III tliH lower end of iMt county on Miller Creek Ruben Webb shut mutt wounded Thus Hughe Hie hall Inking ellecl III the forehend mill nit 1ml report lie wa Hill nlUo WB lid not learn the particular of the trouble Jut I vldinv our tovn mnrlial bar a complete suit of uniform mid U racy tulle seen by time boys Mini a few if thiin run upon Is lull Monday and Pnenlay L Circuit Court began Monday with Judge Robert Utddli on the bench and ComiroiHvinlili Attorney J K Huberts handling the indirlmcul Judge llld uavelhe Jury his Iirt Inilruction for ninny year In Leu county which was favornbln wllh tbtt iurnet appeal fur he juror In do their holy mid stop ijriiitn in tutu county lilt iiutructiun rere heard by rill many as could gel In use court house even landing room uliuld nut be hud by massy everyone union In hear the Judge give hU open iiulruclluu Tim following gentle men CMIIIOM Ihe June Irntiil Jury Win Slernberg K J Crajlree IJ J IhoenHker JMMH Spencer Harvey Shoemaker Jame Kill Julius 0 I mu- IAlni51 Iulemltlifssh Iaac llonry Ed AnrtmJr Ju llreck Smith moth John Smith Foreman Eiljnh Naac- IVlll Jury Jilt K Klnoaid Floyd Creech Lewi Aimer Jesse Calme I IarueIirryUham SiernhergMoeltob rid A U JoliiMim 1V J Itrniidenburg diehard Really Daniel llnll Chnrler Dmnrel J II Curry W T IUCNI Divid K Shoemaker J K Evan luther Kncald Ii N Cornelia Henry Hall Unlit llrandeiiherg Veni lioach Kobi Oalighlrly Jum It lluinni Jainei Van lerpoulrise docket was cnlleil Monday Hid many old Indictment where tho i n rites WITH dead or left tint country sere tiled away by Commomv allli i Allijrnvjr Hubert Theno lndfitinents have linen a hiiidrnnce In the court fur uveral year suit Mr Koherl decided that It would be the bat thing to get item oil llid docket The vlf ling allnriiHy are 0 IIullard and Judge U It Ilislwint suit J 1V lIaKllI1I lit Jnckiinn K K Hogg S 1 HugK mid J U Kveisnlu of Itooiievllle j- uOUl i J It While of Irvine mid Jame Adam of Sulvemvilld Floyd 1lyrJof Wlnqhmtor mid U M Ilirrii of 1et- nfllnd 1015 HUNT Jell Admin of Xacliiirlnh tvnm vlilllng Itobt Sullivan at Lexington lecenily Unllln IIIk4 ago Itnbert was 8u ieiiiilenddiit of Mel inn ft Jos anti trill on Walker Creek when sin tie court it 111 health ho rllInlll Ilia IU- tllhn mid reinrncd to his honidfn Iox liigioii 1114 health did nut Improve iI time putted mid on the 5th innl lit left fur Olin udlor Oklahoma mid nth ir polntH in Ibtl ouuili 1111111 hope of receiving Kiiinn beiivltt from lust dry 1llIInltll ilmt connlry We trust that lairjLeonnrtl llnrncs nnd wife of Ridge wad JI notion pnld a Hall lust Tnetduy 41111 Weilneidny to Mrs iUrne grand pareila I lit KInsltinisi vlfu tif Fln caitle furIpiut nt vi I improvii g Kraiikl u Daniel wilt Itl s1 sbler Its In u Mro I 111111111 1111111II t lurlllluiI- ler IIlIutl lit sl lrithsyt- tl 0 A liler of Uidgewoml n on Ilse clik lint hut week ly Improvlignt Ilrl IIIII 3it noer of Rldg wnnl 111111 lu Nat urn Itrldge lut week nliroli of employniBiit with pilUllnmd nardYM 1vii8 vlidtlng her Uoscoe SliackleforJ nt tick lust Siiturdiiy I of Uiulical Kr and Mr f n of Si MfVn were united bonds t Jnntnmony eiij lo homo oTv t bridegroom II Mrs Hum Ions been em t t- tq firecenthrto r tVlate III- hisrout store on Little Sinking slab t 0eitly uurrJed coupleIt nap y ant t vaporu1s life alit l C bt sit me nrluli olio waitt- u r niggert1 IJIa 16rllllxht sign has o red Hint ho win mole tu latreat r 11fJld last Seturdey GnrA8lly of JiinciliHi as In Jnllk onllilIhnltJjIIIIIII iNiemlny nnif Wednstday AjA I Mrs Jell I ush ef ZlchllrlaWdyls lIng her daughter Mu E 0 iSpencer at lUdgenobd Junction Muiulay Leonard flume i was lummoned to i lihe bedside of his sillier Thom Darnel atSait Lick lau Manday A telegram I i Ii J k Yt clnllJIHollI 1Enalertt r rI wood lelt for IortMnutah O Tiiewln Ho will viiit friends there Iluin iri ttiil Week i r Mr Lizxie Whit taker of UidK woo jM is Vlnlltng her parent in Meolfee ty Swnaa1Vlhrhesler 11 Alias Frazier of InrkMin has l ifn HiHguentof Mr K M Itise at hislg woml since mat Saturday 5j- Ml Maud Spradliiig of Itidgpwow wm In Lexington ihopping early tin of maul week Kdwnrd rellltand Jacob hush Xacharlnh hop were inixini wffl thu Jnncllon people Munday y Dr Kwen the well known of Dundee Will the guest of K U Hpen cer Monday mid Tueidny UT Aihley began to remove his lark suvv mill from Itidgewood to Hinipueon Little Sinking Creek early purl uf tit week Clifford Junes was In Hid ewocd nn private butillede lad Kriduy- Knrl Aihley wm at lEIdgewood Inil Monday and Tueday niiUilug Ills fn miser itrulghten 3iit hU buiinei pre paratory to moving the milt At Lees Than Cost Mean and Hominy SMc per pound ul Crawford ft Creech UOONKV1LLE Kniter Sunday hue come nnd gnnr nnd will be remembered by all win 4aw it pass III mid of the luMen thni ever pHiseil Ibis way Smallpox has nluut abated In thu counly only one new enure fur thu la t1i twenty five or thirty days Time weather has nt Init down and Brutes are beginning plus and work their garden flIck Malnou la very luw with sonu kind of bladder trouble anti not ex peeled tu live John M Onmpbell our hustling ate chanl Is sow In the city purchn in him1ri1g and iiinmer stuck of gomlii Ain Evans wife of Ilitrmau Evan of rien ant Orove iiKfd 75 yenn di la t week at her home a ltlln compli cation n disease She hnii been m Invalid for the lut tenor twelve yeas She wa burled at the Evatlabury ground llro S 1C Umni y olllcintlng The Owiley C mnty Deposit La was nrgMiiztd at Ibis place butt wpel with Kd Campbell Irenident K Hogg Vice President cud Julul S 1 Campbell IM Camnbell 0 M llogu A M Neely Logan Kversole A J Wil ion and T C Fuller lirtcor Tin hank will be cnpltnlited nff I6000 n will bgln liililneii on the Jlli of Jul- miltrUrhnites I Y IEo idutlons of Heppccl IliKinevitle lnlge No I5 FA A II Out of tills Heeling mortal brenth Out of use valley or the bhudow death lute the light of thei perfect ways lulu the freedom of perfect day The tfonl of our dear friend lIdah- hcr and bmlhsr Marcus C Moll pass ill away at 12 oclock Monday the 21 a sissy of March 1001 llro Bell had been mi active neln uf lust Muioniu Fratenilltyfur In limn CO years muda member Iolihh- Mllt i since time yunr 1800 It Kilvcil ilml In the death tt II Hell this lodge hu lull a true n worthy member the n immunity good citizen mid Ills rOIllIln devut father nnd husband Resolved Hint we deeply eymputll tinj1111brother III thh thuir md hour uf Diction tend commend them to II hilt hnt promtsed to be hmbuml to tin wiJow o father to the orphan mini eve IJ iifHsent help In trouble Resolved that this Iribulo is nn in ilividnnl expression an well ns use e x prettloti of the entire lodge of tin seme of the great toss we have talnedItecolved Unit these resolulloiu aptend upon our records pmibii heel In ihe Mounlalri liohi Itreulhltt Cotintj NUWH mid a copy aenflo thd family 01 the defeated llrolher ffN 1V It Hullu k4U E Hogg ft1l Qarrctt Committee An Ainrravutlmr Con h Cureds A customer of our who had be iulTerihgfrfim IItS r cough for months bouKlii hill botUeB of ClniHl berlulns Cough ltenedyfom UII mV ttae eilMrely 6lrllllj ape mid aiiil botllektif It liglfC9 perfectTsatiXfaR- lion w lttimr trade llnyiiestnrkb 4 t fJlevlll AID Fur sale by t1ANTEU IIJ- I 141Ipsy logs fur veneer vork10 IRhiWel up 813 length will paq Qasby g N J OibsuoNoutolti 1113 Wnrtltnt lst C1 Wattle Jlp lrIf i sl t1 ytills rhruutattem R- Claltltarhlna Tain Uulm a trial pit wIlT efot COM you a cent If It dues 110 ffAod One application will relieve 1lnlt also cures sprains and brut lnbnellilrd the time required by ii other treatment Cuts burns fat bite qnlniy palci in the side niu chnit glandular and other swelling ItIEv 6 I cents For Bale by Day Bros Co p rM- U It r A S Johiison hue lime fur Bale lit JM5 per barrel Unllutl tintlca nlNlullN Stile tyt4 i Ily virtue of Veni No 1402 which is Ji8a from the olllco of the Clerk of the Willed Stoles Dinlriol Court for ht 10lhioiyrnytdeputle will on tlm 2ruh day of litSriMCoiinly Court in 1 oclock p m nl Ih ront door of the Court llonsu iii rxnozerrent estate towit A certain Irjct or parcelof Innil titunled lying Bud be ingIn Hrentliitt criinly Ky on Hu Waters of lluwe Fuckof Quicksan- i Creek Bud more imrlicuhirly deserted iii follow towit lleginuing on pruceiine on the right hand lurk ol the laurel Fork of llnwe Fork nl Quicksand Creek ubout one hundred mlin n itrnight line up the hit on the right hind Hidu of said fork to the top of the ridge at Hilly HownrdV line hence tvith mid ridge nronnd the head of aid right hand fork to opposite the be Jniilng 111111 to Include nil SIIUliellit Tufd fork from the beginning to the lead of said fork or to much thereof M wilt IB ntce art to satisfy the United State of America for the sum if one hundred dollars Bud one linn Ired and twenty sir dollar and forty me edits coats with Interest theroon from the 8Is day or Sept 1003 until pnid together wllh further mini ol M25 cost of execution and nisi ths HMS that may accrue haw this sale Jatd property levied npom u the real tiite of Iroc Mails Suld sale will be nude on n credit of six mouths the purchaser being required to execute ale bond with approved personal shell r ty etliven under my hand as U S il- todI11 fur the lsnetern Dliit of KentncUr ilia 4th day of April IDOLS Cl Sharp U S M Ily A P Ialrlck D M 1Sa S U Flepnor for bargains g tutus A filleR day mantle cluck h fl CO Others ifII the sauna cluck h Irw18tfIUI1rnh For Fnrincrs r4The NewYork Tribune Farmer a eenk y r or ass thoroughly practical and lieu lILIII publication for Ihe farmer nnJ ev ry memlHTof ills family and list pal- E I itlier are deiermlued to give ii n cir culation unequalled 1y any paper if ilii clam in list United Slate Knowing that evfry enterprising nriiicis RInrCa own al weekly newnpnper The 1lowJkI- II riihnne Farmer ha inde an XrII ugly liberal arrangement whinh en mules mitt to filler the urn papur at BO low a price that no farmer can font rHI lush the opportunity IlIIe price of The Nuw York Tribune ill 100 a yearind The llrealh itt Cotinty New is 100 a year hub nilIxd11 paper1pent for u hull your If you K1Ia m copy paperaidhe mailed to you IJLUU GHASS lIt ClIOX CO loxiugtonrncurr Care leave I xliigtou for Paris every ruhour from Oa in to7 p in and nil iudHillII + leIarIOlelitl wt GeurgrtuWItizrpry In m I p nil11 lord Ib p III IrIII lJllrgll t l Svery hour from I litn m to 10 p meicept 10 a m 12 m IIlIeI1 and 0 p ni Y ALliXANDEri President Coal nnd TliulBrLiiiiil Wunl iII Iatlnuled on liuiittrvUftlibiiaaiul bares iif c aoI timber ImnU iii Knsteri tplhUhBuItIi Te xingion Kr w- AS Johnson says lint he we fur n nuniber iif ellrl4 unable to lie on Mil h ck ugnI51icuuylotldaubshulce nhbuutkrrntpulnunnhru1ntafkldnryIrouhuh rl4rtoved lliu pnlu tumid ho in nble In lit srlhieituckuhhuutpnhl AVe think it proper It and Hu tatvm nl wi given in our presence 0 IIIIIIiIHv IItJfingtpiW lit cnrrle a lusts line of wjttchei undtiewoliy llu also dues 1 Viileh repairing 11svlien you 1u tttll ililiiiii when irilLjuxington Pure bred 1ekln DiiukT Cornlih In I dlan Unnie chicken andHelgiun hares fur sale by MJkl HAOINK M JacksouKy OIL And ihetnrmittionsin which It Isfotini Send J5 chi for the Oil Prospector Guide W II HKH- I Falrlleld Va yif ha a billions nllnck lake Clmm berUliiti Stomach mud Liver Tablet a quick recovery Is certain Fur tub IYeby Day Jima Co 7 Dont rail to tee our line uf Clotliln and Shoes heA 1 ORAWFORU Co aePi lpIfyou tl antpieturemanyklid or an on tvbn will rutiuaranled you sail faotlonijp v Mrltlclt- Herald lIrlllel 81 111I AlexII stud Vondil Combn durighte of Saml Combs were tI 0 in the htlly bond of matrimony las Monday tiU j r i t 4Tw r VI SOLIDGOLD JuDIES AN OKNTI1iMKNH WATCH USA flue Him of 21j uel Klgm and Witlihiini Kailroiul Watches Alllhenetrnud Inlc tiovellle couetontly being ndded lo our lIutJKWKIEI AMI Omcuw Do you want the Lexington Steam Laundry to do your laundrylng J I Moore la their agent here and will cu every Mondny Coiulilimtion Oinr Ity our liberal term with the pub lichen nf othee paper we are able lo fimilnh you two pnper for n litiln satire than the price of one Wu can sore you money on any paper you v ie I lo take We will furnish you ill I imKATIHIT COUNTY NEWS and either of the followin- gCoiiricrIiiiirniil Louisville Herald Chicago InterOcean Cincinnati Hn purer IIlIxIIIJtIIlIl Leader sirIlume and Farm or IrN York TribuneFarmer Ono Year Fur Only l2S No ono should he without a pap when he cuss buy two of the beat in the country fur no llulti money For Staple Bud Fancy Groceries at mvpAt price null on Crawford sV Creech or phone 33 A natfsfiHl ciihtomer In tne best nit 1 rcrtlsoiiKnt Our cnsloincrs aunt r tise iii A 1 CRAWFORD Co o YOUfI Ifill tE RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective October 17 10031+ East Bound 1c r NOI U JDa- nululIsar Ex Sunday PM Am Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 825 I Clay UH 8f8 913- Slanton 408p923 a 7Turrellilleatlyvllle Jun 611 1029 1128ArWest Pound No I No 3 DillyHi s AM lbArLextnglon 1010 605 Winchester 023 520 Clay 837 489- Stnuton 8 28 4 SO C Natural Bridge 801 401ITurnout 747 847 Ueattyvllle Jun 726 82l0KuueUun620Jackson 625 225 Nos 3 and 4 make close connectfonfor Cannel City slid points on I Kentucky Hallway Ulvlalo daily exIcell Sunday I NOI 1 and 2 connect at L E June I tion with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt 101111I at Beatty t A fur BeaUy IiJGenlIIgrOllAR 1 OK RY Effective September I 1000JI i East Hound West Bound c 4 ci M t7 w TS STATIONS e i 0 F ail c foot rimAM AR VH AR AIL LV PM LV 8S0I i 843 158 Wilhurst 1152 417 i 830 152 Hampton 1103 430 7irlO1281PIIUily 1222 610 122 Kelechuwa 1228 518 715 105 Cannel City 1245 AM LV PM IV PM AR PM AREWestbound laPenger Train connects al O A K Junction with train which leaven Lexington at 740 am Eastbound rawonger Train connects at0 A K Junction with train which x arrives at Wincheiter Irrtw NOTICE All who aro indebted to the ess late of JM5 Marcnm will pleaae call and pay tbo same alt once l MuaJ Ii MAKOUM ADMX i tie i Ladies Flue Shoes No Cut off Vamps in Courtneys Shoes FUIl SALE BY- APCRAWFORDCI Here We Are The Celebrate Jt HA4SSSl AfTbo Just ca Eatp PRI0Ex 590 PRICE For Sale By DAY BROSOOJaekgoi Ieltuoly r nI I The Gentleman j From Indiana Dy Doom TARKINGTON twittl Isgf iv DouUtiir A McfJure to CowiW IW2 tr Mtttee rewwa Co +H+HJoH 4+++ Joofz 1414 + Durlnit the second month of the new regime of tin Herald till working force of the paint received nn addition One night tln editor found some barroom loafer tormenting a pntrlnrclial uUl luau who linil n magnificent Lend and n grand white beard tie had been 1 thrown out of n saloon nn l ho was drunk with the drunkenness of throe works steady pouring lIe propped himwlf npilnst n wall nml reproved ills tnrincnlorx In Iatln Im walking tour nyjlrIlshct reinarkjyl the 111 11111 list hooUIng his awl Into the old ninns Suppose we leave our friends tern and po home ofIheand n Kliuiioiir of romance was thrown about him by tho gossip who agreed that thorn WaR n dark portentous se cat In htSlIfe iticoplnloii not too well conllrmcd by Urn old nianH iippearince Ills line eyes hind a habit of wandering to HIO horizon and hits expression vas mild Vogue nod sad lost In dreams At io first glance one guci cd that hU dicnnis would never be practicable In tiller hppltnitlon and some such 1m presSslpn of him was probably what cmiSedthe editor of the Herald to nick imintj liJin In ida own mind tile White Knight Mr Kjshce coming to IMattrlllc from nobody knew where had taught In the high school forte years but lie proved quite unable to refrain from lecturing to tho diiiufoundeil pupils on archa ology neglecting more and more the unllnnry coerces of Instruction grow lug your by yule more forgetful nnd absent liMt In its few Looks and his own roilerttons until at last he hud bit n discharged for Incompetcncy The diiswl old mUll had no money and way to make tiny One day be 110I III nt the hotel bur where Wllkll tln professional drunkard favored him with his pocloty The old man under stood He knew It Was time beginning of the quo He sold his books In order to continue his crept nt the Palace bar mid once or twice unable to pro coed to his own dwelling spent the night In a lumber yard piloted thither + by the hurdler veteran Wllkonon The morning after the editor took him homo 1lsbee npponml at the tier old Ihlt in a new lint and a decent milt of black lie hind received his sal nry In advance his looks had been re purchased and he had become the re t portorlal staff of tiLl Ca How County Herald also he was to write various f treatise l for the paper For tie llrst j 1 few evenings when he started Louie I f from tho olllcb his chief walUed with theyloW iMeJroslenintlon was complote rat f til tttr of the Herald kept stead llynt hisjwork and as time went on the IA predecessors swindle hall Ipin him passed away Hut bis IonullilS and n wuitso of defeat grew 4mU1tTJl1 usu When tile vistas of the hetI I Mich n liUier as 1lattvllle but be found lilmsolf doing It and It wan no great 1 happiness to him that the lIon Hedge llnlloway of Aiuo whom the Heralds opposition to JlcCuno hUll sent to i Washington came to depend on his Ins act for renomlimtlon our did the iTgalfzatlon that the editor of the Carl ho aunty herald hind come to Iw MjiJijues successor as political1Iltctll t tpr iutr n pertrpllbly eulivenhlg of J lipii the young uttui The ellrs tJriftgUVery slowly and to hhu It IIlem1 r y wont by while ho jagdjfand could not even see them tlluv dfd not consider the life he l lpiioscltliii all but the other clti Z IlK9f Carlow did when lit undertook against tho White Caps deni 11zoii J of Six Crossroads seven miles of Plaltvllle The udlves were r imijlimore afrnid of the White Capt 0 lievas TJiey know more about tliftnIIII1 understood them better than q ii Ticro was no thought of the people i iaK5thcCrofwroadi In hil mind as he tint t on the SIIIIKO lence muring tit the little smoky shadow dance on the white road In thoMuno Hun 4hlne On the contrary 1J9Ywas yi3upled with the realization l a tNW been a Ulan In his class tit4oilcgi jIOQ nnlhiltlou uccdcd UO hl h IIJQ1IRlhso stn thqtllroll hicthifofthe nulmY18itSi llgf lr iould not Jiolp knov IttaUII- t thl hen yen lit to a dry fr uirlilscom It inJiiclcuiciit tllla 1111111 wile sitU II 011 a x lIr Iicurnllill Indiana own the pike a buggy clime creak JIIS toward him gray with limit out aTTdMravtd like till fat shaggy gray man that drew It her unchecked do FpTdihent head lowering before herr r w her liicongrnons lair waved lu cvMahtly like the banner of n storming fs JimrTy The editor did not hear the tounl1Yta e e till the vehicle itaa lienrly opjio Ill jlm tile rod focal oimd perspir inSplrlver threw rein null the Journal i l whitetnilllroO t fJ ll oivdy do Mr HurlJIessV called 4 the man In the buggy feoakln1 In the P 1 weather Ho spoke In Flioiits though f tit Itiier was bard of hearing kif edes Just soaking answorwl Hark Ml less Its such n gypsy dIy How Is a Mr Howldirr I I + dbIIti glvln good satlsfiictlon tho Ilk- JUIJallll all nt inure Hilts In town I r 1 Gao Mm Ilowldcr wy regards Journalist comprehending tile TRymhoIUm liov Is Hartley iThutanners oncut taco shaded over- fur n wicond lies ben steady v- rI 9nc the nlglit you brought him homo weeks Hiniight Im kind of both 1IIIIIHlUt tomorrow hnwuntu to come Y uforllhuw day nnd seems If 1 hadnt s haveVf HW dike Med have to pet him long us j J gesfit lilmjiot 1g cQjug Iij lust nigilt J Lrrjyy t11rjr n- r III a I r for IvHlKo Riifuwayn fee turd nt till courthouse Sny howtl that loclnro strike you You give Hedge n mighty ulna Bondoff to the audience In your In troduction but I noticed you spoke of him as a thinker without wiyln what kind 1 didnt know you was an cnn tlots a man us that Of course I know Kedgo Is honest Hnrkless sighed Oh hes lima best WOo got Uowldcr Yes I presume so hut Mr Bowl der broke oft suddenly nn his eyes opened In nurprlso nod lie exclaimed Law Id never of expected to see you Bcttln hero today Why nlnt you out nt Judge Hrlceoes This speech scorn cd to be Intended with some humor for Bow Ider nccompanird It with time loud laughter of sylvan timidity risking n joule Why Whats going on at the JudgesUoln1 onl Didnt you see that strange lady at the lecture with Minnie nrl roc nod the Judge and old Flfcbce Im afraid not llowldor They couldnt talk about anything else at the postolllce this uiornln and nt Tom Martins She come yesterday on the afternoon accommodation You ought to know nil about It because when Minnie nnd her father went to the deem they bad old 1Isbw with went nod when the buckboard crone through town he was scttln on the back seat with her Thats what stir red the town up so Noliody could rig ger It out nny wily and nobody got noted of n good look at her then except Judd Ilennelt He said she hind kind of n new look to bur Thats nil any of em could git out of Judd Ho Wits III a sort of a dreamy state slut MHdy lip- ton Yon know Mlldy She works out at Hrlscoes Yes I know Mlldy She come In to the ixwtotllee with the news this ladys name Was Sher wool and she lives at Kouen Muss Tlbbs says that wasnt no newsyou could tell she was n city lady with both your eyes slut Hut Mlldy says Klsbeo was goln to stay for wipper nnd he come to the lecture with em cold drove off with em after verbs Sol Tlbbs says be reckoned It was because Flsbee was the only man In Carlow that Iris roes thought had rend enough books to be smart enough to talk to her but Mss Sellny says If that was so theyd have got you Instead and fa they hind to till Jest about give It up Of course everybody got n good look at her nt tim- electurethey set on the platforms right behind you anti llnlloway and silt did look smart What got me thought wits the way she wore a kind of a little dog ger stuck straight through her head Seemed a good deal of n Sacrifice Jest to make sure your hat was on right You never see her at nil Im afraid not nnswored Hnrkles absently this Hrlscoe stopped me on the wily out mid told me she had a visitorYoung man said Howlder you better go out there right away He raised the reins mad clucked to the gray mare ellthtll be mad 1 aint lu town for her lung ago tilde In with imikeWouldnt entourage It too much Hvln at the Palace hotel observed lio eider Sorry you wont ride lie gathered tho loose ends of the reins In his hands leaned far over the dash board nnd struck tho mare n hearty thwack The tattered banner of tall Jerked Indignantly but she consented toniOve down till sad Howlder thrust hli big herd through tho sun curtain behind film multi continued the conver sation See the White Caps nlnt got youyet Xo not yet Harkless laughed Reckon the boys drnther you stayed I if town after dark the other called back Yell mule out nnd see ns It you git tiny spare time from the Judges He laughed loudly again In farewell and the editor waved his hand ns Howl dcr finally turned his attention forward to the snare When tho lop 1101 of he- ri0oImd died out Harkh ja realized that the day was silent lilt longer It was verging Intoevening- He dropped from the fence uud turn ed his fact l 3vvnrd town and siipiwr He fcitlhg life anti light about him heard the clutter of the blackbirds hUIIItlevel Iniumppej frpnk1 vgji two sldea by hr f the grove a vista I of 1ufinltclytstrettRrlig ivitlof green lined here nnd then with woodlnndA rind lint to the horizon line the village IIICatlowIA farm bell rang III tho distance n tinkling coming small and mellow from far away and at till lonesomencss of that sound he heaved a long mournful sigh The next Instant he broke 11110 laughter for another bell rnncoverTlio L He stopped to cxclmmjc a worth fields the courthouse bell In the square The llrst four strokes were given with mechanical regularity the pride of the custodian who oixratod the bell being to produce the effect of a clockwork bell such ns he had once heard In the courthouse at Itouen but the llfth mild sixth strokes were halting achieve meats as after 1 oclock he often lost count hi tho strain of the effort for tire else Imltntloii There was n pause titter the sixth then n dubious and reluctant stroke seven n longer pause followed by n final ring with desperate decision elplifl IfnrM a 1 ooVf tlJl1I11s watch U ff j Jf o 7 l k714LL It wnll twenty minutes of tl- As he crossed the eotiithousc yard to the Palace hotel on bs way to supper ho stopped to exchange n word with the bell ringer who seated on tho steps wits mopping his brow with nit nlr of hurl earned satisfaction Ingot evening Schollelds ho said You came In strong Oil tho lust Htroko tonight What wo need here responded the bell ringer Is more publlo sperrltpd iiiun 1 aint kick In on you Mr h ark- Icss1a sir but wo want Inure uiOn like they got III Rouen Wo wont mol that Ml git Main street paviil with block or asphalt mIll thatll put In factories men that Ml nctnot set round like that old fool Martin nnd laugh nml pollywoggle along nnd make fun of public Fperrlt day In day out I reckon I do my best for the city Oh nobody minds old Toni Martin observed Ilarkltss Its only half the tine he means nnylhlng by what he says Thats Just what I hate about him returned the bell ringer In U tone of high complaint You cant never which halt It Is Look nt him tullI Tho gentleman referred to was ing over lu front of the hotel talking to ri row of coatless loungers who sat with their chairs tilled back ngalnst the props of the wooden awning that projected over the sidewalk Their faces were turned nwnrd the courthouse and even those lost In medita the whittling had looked up to laugh Mr Martin one of his hands thrust In n pocket of hits alpaca coat and the olh er softly caressing Ids wiry gray chin beard hits rusty silk hat tilted forward till the brim almost rested on the bridge of his nose was addressing them In a one keyed yoke the melan choly whine of which thought out the words penetrated to the courthouse steps The bell ringer whoso name was Henry Scholleld but who was known ns Schoflolds Henry popularly abbre viated to Scliollelds was moved to In dignation Look nt him he cried Iook nt him Everlastingly gain on nbout my fell Well let him talk Let him tnlk- As Mr Martins eye fell upon time editor who having bade the bell ringer j good night was approaching the hotel he left his languid companions nand crossed the street to meet him I was only oratln on how proud the city ought to IK of Schoflelds he said mournfully as they shook hands but he hooks kind of put out with me He hooked Ids nrm In that of the young man nUll detained tam for a moment ns the supper gong sounded from with in the hotel Call on the Judge la- 11ghtr III naked No Why- I reckon you didnt see that lady with Minnie last night No Well I guess you bettor go out there young tram She might not stay here lOllIltrJ QI Urlscoe buckboard ratueti along theeldstle country road the roansijeUlng sharp puce hsthey turned eastward on the place loWanl home iTheyll make the eight miles In threequarters of nn hour said Judge proudly He turned from Ida daughter at hU sloe to Miss Sherwood who sat with Air lMsbce behind them mid pointed ahead with his whip Just beyond that bend we pass through Six Crossroads 4II eager1yof after the lecture she said to Flsbec IttllWho was wntchlug him he nn Bwereil Wotchlnn ihui I dont under stand Yes they have shot ut him trio the wools nt rilgbt amt jiThehas n habit of taking long walks affer dark and ho Is heedless of nth remon strance so tho young men hnve organ lard n guard for him and every even u Ing one of them follows him until he goes tjthe otllce to work for the night lit Is n different young man each night nnd the watcher follows at u distance so that he does not suspect lint bow many people know of this nrrurigemcnt Nearly every one lu the county ex rapt the Crossroads people though It Is out Improbable that they have dlscov eredlt tlXoJ armaLligselflhey ry ofDrier night nail every one kmymnnd If13criedpeople It The buckboard turned the bend is tlife ofroad and they entered a s inalld settle Melt built raggedly about n blackk IfhooI marked Jjuletly IIthethe shiftlessly cultivated llelds r W- d live barns propped by fenco rails s0titn tlaroualinilcim I side u squad of thin razorback bagsjf liuudabout disconsolately In time mire n I II broken topped buggy with n twisted wheel set IIIug Into tLo tumid of the middle of the road tliore was always Ih a hili1110 lit maid here In the driest mini titer n dim face snivrlng from n iro ken window Six Crossroads was for bidding amid forlorn enough by day Tho thought of what might Issue from It by nlglit was unpleasant tumid the legends of the Crossroads tpgether with ah unshapon threat fancied reInMiss Sherwood slater as though n cold ter draft hind crossed ierhmi i thduovhew they live the pcoplo that hate CapeJllcy treplied Hrlsiw Usually Whltq Cups are u- vlgllniico committee In a region whore tie law Isnt elifonrth rTliose fellows arent that to J1needfor pure devllmont iifcud hO1et tween us and then tha1gqMbaclJ Alone r tllI and oplya C O US old cr A folks unow much olwut n1I And he was the flret to try to stop them Wll1 you SOt our folks hro pretty tonstllleringsaid Ilrlseoe npologet Icnliv Wcd orfot t used to the iiiiMiuio of tilt Crossroads It took u stiii Pr to jlr j up aril he did II1 sent hjhtJf then to the peal trill ny some tar tW liI years AR tny 11aR9epttime saloon n man strl ilitl Hito tlioVdoiirway nnd looked nt tinin He was eoatloss nnd clad In psriiiiiits worn to the color of dust Ills Ian head waii curiously malform ed blyhrr on one sldo than on the Dill er and though the btlckboard passwl rupUlly nod nt n distance thU singular lupsldcdnesa was plainly visible to the iHviipanta lending nil ugly Blgnlllcnnco to his meager yellow face lie was lull lan Karl powerfully built He eyed tilt strangers with affected lUll guor 11111 then whoirthoy had gone by broke lulu sudden loud laughter Th1t wns Hob Sklllett the worst of the lot sad the Judge Hnrkless sent his sun null one brother to prison smith It nearly broke his heart that he couldnt swear to Hob When they were beyond the village and In the upon road again Miss Shier wool took a deep breath I think I breathe more freely That was n hid nuts laugh he sent after us The Judge glanced nt Ids guests face mid chuckled I guess we wont frighten you the said Young lady I dont believe youd bo nfmld of ninny things would yon You dont look like It Besides the Crossroads Isnt Plattvlllo nnd the White Cups have htu too scared to do anything much except try to get even with the Herald for till last two cllrIIecr since It went fur them Theyre lay lug for IIurkleKS partly for revenge nod portly because they dareu do any thing until imps out of the wny The girl gave n low cry with n sharp Intake of breath Ah one grown tired of this everlasting American pntlctice Why dont time Plattvlllc people do something before they Its Just ns 1 say Brlsooe answer lll Our folks are sort of used to them I expect we do about nil we con file boys look after him nights but the main trouble Is that we cant make him understand he ought to be more afrnid of them If hed lived here nil his life he would be If they get him tjiensll tie trouble of nn Illegal na lure Ho broke off suddenly nud nod dvd to n little old man In a buck board turning off from the road Into n tams logo which let up to n trim cottage with n honeysuckle vine by the lair Thats Mrs WlmbyH linsband said the Judge In an undertone Miss Sherwood observed that Mrs Wlmbys husband was remarkable for time exceeding plalutlvenoss of his ex pression lie was n wcnrcncd blank pale eyed Ilttlij man with n thin white mist of neck whisker and he wns dressed In clothes much too large for film No more Inoffensive figure than this feeble little old man multi be Im ngiiie L ct his was the distinction of havlngTrecelveil a hostile visit from Ids neighbors of the Crossroads A vaga bonding tinker he hUll married the one respectable person of the section n widow who had refused several gen tlemen nt the Crossroads nail so com plete was the bridegroom Insignifi cance that to all the world its own mime was last The brute continued to bo known by her former name ns Mrs Wimby 111111 her spouse wns usually called Wldiler Woman Wlmbys hus loud or Mr Wlmby The bride sup his wardrolie with till garments her former husband nod alleging this l rotUlotJltll as the cause of their anger tlw White Cups broke Into the f5rmhouso one night tore the old mat hIs bcri uud before his wifoli eIII lashed him with sapling shoots till he tis near to death A little cur 111111wOIIIIrlllS mans wounds and they deluged the dog with kerosene nnd then threw the r hiiTiiial upon n bonfire they tool i ale mill danced around In heartiest enjoymentThe recovered but that was no palliation of the offense to tile mind of hot eyed young man Prow the last who wilt esleglng the county author ties tur redress nnd writing brimstone loud saltpeter for his paper The pow ladjIIdtllllel1lthose of the state land he went every OWIIIOrbefell limit Ill WUH rewarded for tile raiders attempted on entrance He and former multi the farmers sons teal the inarnuderx land did n satlsfucto llIIOllllt of damagu In return Two hc Wldte Cups they captured amid hOglllZNtjJhen There were arrests lUll In the course j tlmethere tins n trhil Every p rev IIrOIl11nstar virtually conducting the proseou lobw ant neon the stand and swore ttf maiiHfterrman flight men welt to penitentiary on hU evidence live tljliic for twenty years The Platt vllle bees band serenaded time editor of the Uinild again rrerWlro no more raids null the x 4 1 r4ntlll men vhitWXrnlcft kept Itftu Jir hovels appalled find Alinketi mit nlnne went fig nnd left them nn f ilt +l they recoverod msllroo their hrtrdlness nUlIhlnn JItllIltk pn what tied shot iii do to man wlioj brought tnlsfurluuc tad trrrIm ipt them Tor a long time be bad been ptibilslilng their threalenliic letters and wainlngd In h column which he herded Humnrof the Dny 111111lhl HrlscoelHickbotirl had heft the l IOl14IOUIIII tnrbe tillsired hail crone In sight of Plattvlll jr IkW cops visitor turned to Kit petition of the kldvertiut- tl uI of Mr Sklllett had cans iiI calf umidr her bnalhr alf wlltutllnt wo had mtVt drlttarr- ough e She draped Mr 1 I fIsglouchelTeverence iou wlll meet him tomorrow ho said softly hintedIbnde lust night when Minnie nsked htm call on me He wasnt even Inter enough to look at me TO lIB CONTINUKD SaettMii tvTIrESUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON III SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 17 Text ut tic ICKNon Murk Is IItl Mclniirjr Vflmn Ul Ootilrn lest MnrU IK TConllnrnlrT Irrjmrrtl by Iliv U M StearnC- opyttahp S804 liT American IrfW AMoclttlon This lesson wems to follow Immedi ately upon tilt lust In tho regular order of events nnd like mho last Is recorded both by Matthew timid Mike The first verse of this chapter should certainly be Included lu our lesson ns It U tho- key to the lesson nud the transflgura- lion IR the unfolding nnd fulfillment of Ills naylng In that verse The fact I that each of till evangelists record tho trnnsilgurntlon Immediately litter that saying concerning the kingdom of lint Is milllcloiit evidence that they so un derstood It Peter also speaking of tills event treks It time power nnd comliiK of our lam Jesus Chrldt 11 Pet I 1U ISI The favored three who wore with Him when lit raised to life tilt rulers daughter lull nftcrwurd In His agony Jethsemane were prlvllcgi on thIs 1111 to be eyewltncssed of HU Why these tune Instead of otheiM nod wily John should come I nearer than James or Peter we may not perhaps know but we do know that few swm willing to bo Ills choice ones Ills Naznrltcrt although ns In re demption It seems to 1M for whosoever will The out question stIR stunts Who then Is willing I Cliron jcxlx LL- Luke wiys that He went up limbo n mountain to pray loud as He prayed the fashion cf Ills countenance was altered nnd Ills raiment was white and gllsterlnp Our lcssoe says shin bug exceeding white ns snow nnd Mntthew says white nu time light nml that lllsfmvdld shlneus the sun Some whit thus He appeared to Daniel long before He came In the llesh iimil many I yean after Ills ascension to John In Patmos Dan x a Itev I nth The I miracle was not sot much that He was thus tratiMllgure but nither that ouch glory could thus INI veiled those thirty thnv 111111111 u mortal body What nn Inxplnitlon to Imik fiirwnnl to till time when till M Issues In which we now live simile be Immortal Incorruptible fashlonetl like unto Ills glorious txuly when the rlKhteous idiall uhliie forth- theI ns KIIII lu the kingdom of liul lathierpieR1hi Iiitt xlll ITi The transllgnratloii took place on n high t mountnln apart by themselves mid so t we must have our seasons impart with Him In prnyer If we would we nnd knqv anything of Ills glory lOur Iord always llVeil In the renlltles of tile uiiKiiii Gist the Puttier till holy nngels the rtHlwtiuc trail time earth were nil more rent to Him lint I the people nnd thing which our tint ural eyes see nnd now bore ore two men Moses and Klljnli who had boon nbsent from the earth nt least 1liHV and son years respectively nod they nro alive nnd well mind talking with Ja us of that most Imimrtant of nil I events up to that time Ills docefw which He should nccompllxh nt Jem salem Iuko Ix 11 Although the ills ciples were heni with sleep they kept awake timid sow Ills glory nnd the tw men that stool with Hint We ore no toM how they recognized Mows ant Klljnh thou If the Uml Jeniu Introduced them but It Is pmbnbto that III li glory one shall know another without nny Introduction nnd we may see n new meaning In the words Then shall I know even us also 1 nm known Cor xlll 1Jj If the ntonlng sncrlllco of Christ was to Mines amUKIIJah nnd- Chrlxt KO nil Important n theme h can anything else be moro Importiint usi Peter overcome by wliat he saw nnd not knowing what to say NllggeN that they make tabernacles nnd nil there nnd so we too would fain abide nt some conference or convention or In j sonIC happy frame of mind on some mountain top of spiritual experience limit tie klngilom Is not yet amid thi art many on tilt lower level of world oppressed by tie devil nail few even among the disciples SWHMII able bring relief liecnnso there Is so little prayer amid fasting verse 20 no little whole hcnrfednos for HUll so little value seimlngly attached to the clops blotxl which alone cnn Glen from nil Kills Peter spoke n cloud overshmlowod them mud n voice from till cloud said This M my beloved Son In whom nm well pleased hear ye Him 11 xvll lil This U cllll OodH word t1Irk each of us and there Is no way hYIOU which we can be pleasing to Soil er copt through Jesns Christ and no oil WilY by which we can tune Alleiwsl with fiat When we Ilell flhl w hor Christ w0 icnr time wo s of alts- I1ither rye for tie Vlllhlr oM I III w I I to say Join xll IS 10 xIvXoi mil1 when we lobe ecrs for Jesus Jurist vj will certainly have none for buy W dishonor Him or Ills work JIll II hero Is II great front for our lieail 1Jmy saw no mUll nny Immure na Jesus only with themselves It mhjiU lilt of other words anal as tin The Ijtrei iiione shall Im exult Cense ye from minus Behold Lord vie lard Hindi IK king owe tho earth In that cloy there shall one Iurd uud hue mime one Isa II 172lll lZech xlv Hi- We may nntlclpate In our dally ail experience the kliigdniiMvhcn i xdnll be nil In nil but It must be finding In OhfUt now our nil In all iby Bceliuciio ono but Jestm only IxvftASj Col 11111 If they hUll sin i bclltfw niH word they need not quesJH rwliat He meant by HI Ing from the dcmJ for hind they Just looked upouu reproEentatvJJ hav th9l + who die and rom 1 elllt 1 i ly III4 P every W 1t r y DIJoIea I t1 1 f jBrlnkaim I ik JllIfO and I i itrJ rnr side live j t ill wlinn iu ilnrr I tsiythin iIiJI siine JACKSON KYI hunk 1 Squid alil tv sold I N J CQU 11Iao a Y- nS Y L 1ua ta lul111 A F IYON WE AltE NOW AT UOMK IN THIS Crawford BuildingAnd our ourfondesttho generous pat rO II IIgo wolinvo reed ll in inlitf NEW CLEAN AND FRESH 1111 wo j urhnudhinblIntnllou II mod Honorablo Dealhij IAndtime tnoHt uourUoua trvntnivnt ALL and SEE US Respectfully A 1PP CRAWFORD I CO h us CII KIkitFOlll11ee Ire Idinl Ii Jii 1llln 1 11 HOItTVANAIWDAU JlItrllI IJAUK bANK Jackson Kentucky m Paid up Capital 1500000 1f0iUOOrI Vo solicit the lianking Huaincsa and nocounu of Lumber Manufaoturcrs f n yimbcr Dealers 1 Business Men IiiMerchaut ts 1UI111ClSIIrn rn lliroiiirliout EiAern Ivon lucky anti offer our Oujtomura o tho most I LIBERAL TERMSt11r1tltin the hiatus of logilimato husiuuas 1COLLECTIONS A SPECALTY ct9I 25aSZ525255S5a5rxgZS5 57Si+ 5754S 75a j- o FOR THE LITTLE ONES i Jthnny Kntw More About Goatling Spllinpi0essay on the subject f1mi ting was written by an lanUyIlleoJ luti Knjuiror haft two coat in winter Hut wt do haft to be cnrfull that Lottt dandy fun dont 0toanti I nivo a nico pear of ekcighU amt IIIn Bkeight good Hut 1 cant lihlevy good but 1 con skcigbt nomhlh r lien aunt Pple- An I there ii sum peplo cat 1 lici thcn sum peple dont nthnkeoIdo- t IIII 1 ko to COAt don you ant hsee Qthcr people coat dont At 1 I like to to hit bumps when IhIIby ride and wore I slay ride thug w ur i bumps and were you hit on Ilimji md it wont take you very long Mill v0 i hit nether hump anti I Ibut III ji tzrvttiTdiityoRund I liljslt a r dent you nre rniy of places to slay ride that anti pfplo never even clout you think e1 The Eskimo Dog dog is the only domestic tho Eskimo haat BayaUcu IVnrv hut he ninnuKCS to bout as much ujJoC it as wo- evera different beasts It hi place of tt horse drnggiigi- d dijtamvi t guidejilta t Ig in IhV snow which mark realitijl hole of tho hidden It rounds up bear and musk 1 thoinastcr to kill nnd often e ii teller the hand of hunger the 1fiilo snow hut settlement IIrUjsit life to feed the fault lias1Iclft 80 faithfully and Its contlto keep them worn I U6 S lIrrEI INrIIE otIY hIV1RY STABLE IN v V CONNECTION ftrtt As h a piv t I ei lit AMI I ro Rnrlttn In Ilnlllr Thin prcvitllliiR belief limit Korllln4 axe clubs when they attack unch other or their eneiiiliii U nn entirely rro f neutiN one writes n traveler J1iey do nothing of the tar mill how wueJl nn ImprtSHloii over WIIIIB to exist or 0rurmcamo a youth my nimpreheiiHlon iMirlnc n lung sojourn In that country I had nm pie opportunities to learn tilt truth i stout them and what I dltfcflvered time w 1 o suhseplently colll1rIHtcIIItIJo lug ii protracted hunting trip In liar nto The tact 1a that In fighting each other or In attacking or dcfemllii theyII which are nbnormiilly strong nod sharp fluid cut like a nuor They ere g chummy on their fowl but the miornfTiii- MhtriiiKth j of their powerful nrmx more than imikex up for this deficiency In lighting they almost Invarlnlily attack time frees or the Hinlm of their adver Buries In the cone of human beings or members of the monkey tribe the Korll theo v r kA nnnulunis Itlreloi to Them wall n cbnraitor lotto what t wax then Known ns the tiirtBhortt l Sirt of creation who went by the name of IllK John I doubt If ho eycr had nay other name WII had n HJIIe Illt II uncut wo were going to make a town out of 11 ml concluded that the first thing to do was to choose nUlli nth I which wo iirueetMleil fn do There wijti several cnndlihito hag John imoii tJrrlrtlrolltltllJoie walked up voflllj iik lilt votei nnd put them kite bin pricket aril Hiild rhls IH tho quickest jvny All them as votes fur lUll come to this stilt Not n man hesitated It was the must 1 II0ywe 1kept JIm lu till we pulled up the town moved on to the next terminus of the railroad hat Louis jloboUcnm crat j When the Iliwd came c Kpuli iliad u otlive In tie uric There was nortoOel + nnytliiiiB else Whnt did he Iho tiP Water XT f 11 FUKHMHJSTOnmi FliOM UIPOi RLINGTOr HOTELf2 E PROP- TA iItSON11a1 1 rrGl T li r F11hSTCf ASSSAMPhI JoIi U00310 i i 0 4- r +