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II BREkTHITI OUNT NEWSL t X II = J rL lsI1IAaw81fltdrnII z Jt tiJi = q rli = NvsIAIJttqUKV fI1 UI EASTEI lCINTUQgy l TNK BOLLAK PER YKAKIN ADyANC1C t i d 1 9T l = = v = IV1Ll1l1c7i MW JYickson Koiitucky lijmay Juno 10 1904 Number 35 t PITHY ITEMS OF NEWS M ATOMS OF INFORMATION ABOUT PERSONS AND THINGS Current Kvriiu ut 10 Wt S14tU nllonlly Cnllrctol Knuii liny lu UI y l In tha llrlrfrtl furin unit llptervoil I for Tills Column rtsIMlPAY l- At Columbun 0 Oliver Trowbrldgo endeavored to quicken a firq with ker osctio Falally burned Fro destroyed the sevenstory drug I warehouse tit McKossOH ft llobblns on Ann Btrowt Now York The logs will reach 100000 On account of Rn alleged scarcity of crates strawberry shipping from Lou Isvlllo anti Now Albany rojiortoil on vergo of cnljapsoI- Mwnrcl Blmrjj and 13 C Lewis farmers living near Klmball Neb fought ft duel Sharp received thrco wounda which will prove fatal Mn Samuel M Cfeuums wife of Mark Twain tim American author Hiul lecturer died at Florence Italy of ayncoiM Will bo burlod ntRl Louis Mo- Iwan Vood8 an HgOil fafmur living near Winchester O attempted lIulI elite by cutting his throat with a razor and ImiiKluK himself In tho attic of hi dwelling May recover MONDAY CurtU Jctt under n lift sentence for the murder of J H Marcum nt Jack nan Ky taken lo prison at Frnnkfdrt- Qcorgo Squires a well known younft roan of Nowton Falls 0 hanged him oolf In a woodshed No cniiHo assigned DOIly of Mrs William Nowland n brldo of a tcwmonlhl found on the railway tracks at Spilngflcld 0 with head crllRh d- noyoflunoal reports of cotton plant ed 31720371 Incieaso SK3010 or 98 per coat average condition growing crop 82 as compared with 711 Klraor 8 Lowla of ClovoUnd 0 a sailor on tho battleship Kentucky lying At Now York navy yard Jumped overboard and lost Ida lire In an at tempt to got away A freight train collided with A wurk train on tho Southern railway near HarrodshurR Ky killing two men and Injuring six Tho dead John Bcanloii engineer of the freight train nnd Sam Williams of tho work train crow JATUIM VY Storm of cyclonic proportions do Rtroycd much property n Dalian Tex A wealthy Australian who arrived in New York 1Q dnys ago from Ixindon swindled out or 25000 by mop pn tending to bo wire toppers Seventeenth Ohio Democrats namt ndtcd James H Hunt of New Phlla dolphin fur coiiKrcsn District tWin Rate co unlnstructcd to Su Ixmls A tornado struck Ulcncoc a town ol 1000 Inhabitant In Ialno county Oklahoma demolishing flvo resi dences nnd destroying tho MOodlsl church Commercial failures thla week In tko United Statin weru 220 against J82 tint corroapociMnj week laat year iltuiraa In Canadu number 24 against 21 bsl year Two workmen fatally Injured and several others sorlouMy burned by nn c plosion fJf n mixing furnaco at tin plant of Ufo MononRahola Steel com pany at MoKefHtiort Pn L Klil DAY j Major Tucker aged 111 probably the oldest man In Ohio died at Ath tins 0 Ho woe horn In Virginia nnd lived in them 75 years I Frank Montloths saloon wrecked Iid I p Stilts rcfcldcnco adjoining idly damaged nt North Gnw ItuL dynamite placed undurjhu saloon B August Schmltt 03 a prominent iulst of filcnvllle near Cleveland 0 ftillo lyltiR In bed coinmtttd nulcldo jr shooting himself In tfio head III faith man named Uabcs drank carbolic lil at TWIn 0 and then throw him If in front of a lUg Four tralH which wind him to pieced In his pockets ti 126 anti a Jillvur watch beamier Stato of Now York with 40 eiiRers on board went aslioro dur L de8rt fog pn th L eouth ohoro Iddlo ltH IHlaiul while en route Toledo to Cleveland Passengers rvc8tt1 k 1 TIIIW I AY ii Ia4 branch otitbe brofre1 flrn ortForMekI o cca- i 1 paipcajEManaMr mI4IW Ur9l4i Giaeral Iaa4- I ItIUnited 8st army grae J manual at 1the wnrWstr stricken at llR with lyphodu fever 1 President iUlleelt apfvbiifcii WII I lIam M Lnnninsof TuatciN Tt I be United States dtetrM jt14 i tor th l t district of Now Jcreny 11 C AVilllam F CurtIs a CIIlY8h4q lfc polIceman shot himself a a hospital Curtis was r to tho police bicycle Bty 4tnot ride a wheel t nurglara fatally O tf4i 4hey postmaster aPII CTiettrPaiJ t later Uov Dr Ch1sbuhnBllot and I t wounded ono of the thieves as jje was t about to entr the pastors resldendc I b I MH1VKHIAY ijito deMrnyed the big qaI and enIa jn room or than Western FlelcomI pany Hawifino n 0 Tho lort 3OiO s I jPaiwengei train on tho Norfolk and i 1 lnto a washout neart c jUV15r0 but passengers and cro- weap4I InJury t J t Qambrldgo 0 ndrew Moaeri Ik Wiled his wIfe and child and sdf Messer and lila wife had fro qu nt quarrelsA HHas land Samuel Lews Instantly Uclljed by a Ilaltlmore and Ohio Sputh train wblch rtruck the tnIcycle on which they werq riding near Whin5tonIn4 p l Jf 8 j c A I 1 f t l i tH v f fit rI t r J U S1IMfI Ifml Kourtrrn EnIpioyaIIelIeet to Ilnve- Irrlihrd In the VInhIarh Peoria III Juno C H II now known that at least II men perished In the fIre anti txplotdon at C rnIng iI dlfc tlllory lIght bodies wPrU recovered from tho ruins four of which are Idon tilled Those Identified nro George Oobhardt Peter Lottemeyor Thomas Montgomery Samuel Parson The list of unidentified dead and missing ls as follows Ernest Drown Milton Growl William Flnloy Jr John Ho inker Frank Knoll Iouls Sftx Alec Powell John Unshoe J Zimmerman The fire destroyed every building of tho big plant except the datll rr proper Tho explosion which caused tho fire wnll caused by running spirits communicating tho fire to tho entire plant Tho names consumed 3000 cattle In tho sheds and SOoM barroli of highproof spirits Tho loss is cntl mated at half a mIiIIondOltar- Nebraska Democrats Omaha Nob Juno 2The Nebra Ka Democratic stato convention unan imously selected W J Hryan to head the Nebraska delegation to the notion al gathering at St Louis anti adopted a platform which reaffirms the Kansas City platform of 1900 and p3 ccs be furo tho public Mr Bryans views of what should bo embodied In the plat form of the coming national conven lion Mr Bryan was himself chair man of tho committee on resolution and wroto the platform which wa adopted without opposition Th plat form declares against trusts militar urn and Imperialism and says thn tariff should bo restored to a rivnuo baxls It favors ultlmato InthpnI once for the Filipinos an tax and an 8hour day and reaffirms the money plank of tho Kansas City plat form Test cfa Submarine Newport H I Juno L The sub marine torpedo boat Fulton was glvn a trial In tho presence of annul board which observed her movements Vnlted States steamer Ilut CaptainIi C Train chairman ofItrial board said that tho inaneuvrr was entirely satisfactory The Fulton j Vent over tho tarraganflctt bay courso twirl at crutulng speed nail thrco times at full speed tho boat bo lug on the surface tinning tho runs While submerged shin was sent over tho courso three times anti covered tho same distance awash anti ready t iliya She was also tested 6ri quick turnsnml made 10 dives An observer etatqj that pne of these divescarried tho boat to a depth of 20 feet lu 12 soconda I Shotting of Caesar Young f AVnshlnRlon Juno OItwas ascer tamed here that Mrs Nan Patterson who has been arrested by tho police of New York city In connection with tho shooting of Caesar Young tlo turfman Is a Washington girl Her father Jonir P Patterson Is well known In real citato circles bf this city iCwau stated that Mr Patterson was In Now York looking after lidaughters Interests Members of tho family remaining In tho city positively rcfuso to discuss the subject of thi Young shouting It Is saul that In lain years ltnaNlln Patterson tins not kept In cloito touch vlth her relations onl outside of her Immediate family they know little concerning her move ments fliackniall Charged New York June 2Juhn R Platt tho millionaire octogenarian vhb claims that JC85385 was obtained from him by Hanna Elms a mulatto by means of blackmail obtained through counsel a civil order for tho womans arrest the application being made before Justice Dugro In tho su promo court Tho order of arrest waif placed In the haads of a deputy who went to tho Kllaa womans home and was refused admittance by her lawyer Tho lawyer said that his cli ent was too ill to see any one WerkDeglns on the Canal Colon June GTho first party of 20 surveying engineers for tho canal Is engaged In eelectlng suitable loca tions for camping out at Gatun A party of 66 to ojttwctnd next Tuesday The members of the part HI bo sent to Holila fftitajAdo and other points along Hilt 1Ieayrntlt 0 falling on tXrhkhnjus fxcomolves bolongtfit to tribi fciuiitMrtUter equipment which hero been Iybagile for years era be ag ovLrh rt1K early uso ChariM With Murder Portsmouth OJnQ 2John nero Jrel M we arrested In tho outskirts Jpf this city by the slierln of Jackson irounty on a chars of murdering his mtde Wllllara Herrdl aged CO Tho jMurilered waft conducted a sawmill Just aCroM tho county line During a i tarrei ovur IfOmo logo young Herrel Is alleged shot hW relative over the fcitart killing him instantly Slisj jay Negro Latter Lynched rlujton Ga Juno 2 Thbmpton A negro shot and ArthllrI L Dudley a young Tvhlto I crowd of men captured the negro lynched him and riddled tho body with bulleta Dudley was manager of tho electric lighting plant and Thomp was a fireman at tho same plant Couple Shot Dead Philadelphia Juno OW H Perry and his wife LUile 40 wero found dead at their home death In each caso being duo toti bullet wound Its I the belltjf of the police that Perry llhothlswfe and then killed himself flurry had been out of employment for some tjrao Father of 23 Children Coshocton 0 June C MIchaol rLapp70 father of 23 children 18 oft whom arestill living died at Frank lin Station Itr f 4 i4k I r uJI q BUNOHED PARAGRAPHS DELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Itrlurii Ironi tho Dtmorrnlln Co mil y Cii is v cii I ion unit VVIuit 1 hey Indl en to Kniiil KruygUrivlvnrKur La tonlii Irkclc Oilier Mrnion Frankfort Ky Juno C HeturnH from the l nocrntlo county conven tions Jndlcato that tho uninstructed vote will hold the balance of power In tho statn convention at Louisville and control the situation Interest has len centered In tho raco between Me Quown anti Kohou for chairman of tho two stato committees anti tho returns show that neither has a decided advantage Of the counties heard from 10 have Instructed fur McQuown nnd 28 for Kchoo with 30 unlnstructcd McQuowhp list Includes Jefferson county which puts him on oven terms with Kchoa as to the number of In structed votes and leaves It to the unlustructcd delegations to decide thx light The administration people ara thoroughly confident antI claim that eight out of I0f tho uulnstructej counties will vote for McQuown and tho administration on all questions Found Dismembered Body Knoxvlllu Tcnn Juno GThe do comttosed dismembered body of u woman was taken from tha Tennessee river near this city parts of tho body having been found In throo different places While Isaac Johnson a fisherman was running a trot line ho saw an abandoned skiff and a small Vine box floating In the river When ho attempted to take tho box from tho water ho found that It contained a tow sack nailed across the top and saw the thigh section of a human body drop to the water Summoning holi the party took tho cox to thai shore l o ontalnod the right log of a womans body which had been cut oft at the knee tho left foot and ankle brcant bone and a part of tho back with some decayed flesh and skin Not far away on the edge of an Isbn were later found u forearm and hand Receiver For Latonla Covlngton Ky Juno 3ln the Kenton county circuit court Attorney James P Turvln flied a motion caking aIIIllalllttitockholdore never received any dial ndnalthough the association earned largo sums of money Master Com missioner John L Illchwas apixtlntol tunjKirary re iclvcr It Is understood that tbo Mefonso will make an effort to have tho motion for n receiver lIl aide Fatal Explosion of Gas Fairmont W Va Juno C Tour penjilo were fatally hurt anJ ccit others seriously Injured In an cxplo iilon of natural gas which wrecked a largf boarding house here Immedl ately following tho explosion fire broke out nnd the occupants who were burled In the ruins wore rescued wlU dllllculty Those who were fatally hurt wi re Mrs Wllllant Dent and tyTo Vrnaf9yTingas leaking from a rubber tube and Igniting from a kerosene lamp Double Tra gcdy Barbourvlllo Ky Jyno 31n a shooting encounter on Stinking creek road four rullcs above Flat Lick Clark mid John Mill killed by Pal Carncs and Junes Gray Carjies and tinny have beta placcd lii Jail her The two dead won ageJ 19 nod 2 years were buried In the same grave Jin July 1S1 the fath era of the dead won were killed In i fight on Stinking creek and burled in tho same grave I Receivership ndek Knoxville Teen Juno Tho no- cclverMhalp of the Tetanesu Centn1- rdaui was formally ended fLog IS- iiie when Jutjie TI M h the artier ru ver VJ Ayler Tha4lervas for uI tO- Kiiig1Ja waei iliac itVii1i ceui logs ere Itit uit4d1iinl 03 CIt t1atho rcap have twn itrait dat b tojit t hunt on lrlii V Owonton IL ta that yiHam Jill 3 II rnthe f- iof Sit1111 Cor la placet Jump WIUI IIn the right arni ai Iit eye Flue Bhn uborta lthloncloylatter wlU arrest thuta frnac- Struc 11Mnlh wlifl trialtrainlillistruck SgeanI injuredby wjdWilliam Schercr Of Us hip tlislocntctLk Deckhand Dwne WI1IInmdeekhands of the 8teaITiit Gte Ue4CoronQrbaBmurder K Is charged that Hollln pusbod Clark overboara1 to recover ammo freight HarrIes save Clark who was drowniand both were lost General Hill Dead Lexington Ky Juno 1 General Samuel 13 Hill who served with dg tlnctlon In the federal army during the civil war died of a complication of diseases He served eight terms in the stato senate from Ohio county i 1 Ip = CHARGE IS BEPULSED Four Thousand Russians Arc Stopped by Smaller Force HUNDREDS PALL Off BOTH SIDES Jill General Kitrolfl Ilrportrit SnfTrr itig Knuii n 3llliJ Attack or TypbiM trrloui UitnriH Invjiiluii Tlirtutoiu Jli tlii3llnor Hriulies Jirtvven tim lUlllrltfUIIC iurcrs London Juno CA dispatch trout Tien Tsln Rays Four thousand Uus clans belonging to General Stake bergs brigade on May 31 attacked posltloufioRussians were repulsed losing 200 JapaucnolontVarious special correspondents In St Petersburg report Increasing do PrestOn In Ku sia over the prospect of the fall of Port Arthur and say that wild reports are In circulation as tc dissensions between tho generals and tho highest officials over quota lions of policy and strategy Tho Dally Mall gives great prominence to a statement from n Hussion correspon nnlllorclasses is concerned Internal trou I bles are inevitable tho corrcsponi dent says should the fortress fall The St Petersburg correspondent of neuters telegram agency says that In creasing anxiety Is felt over tho rest lesMicss of Chinese troops on the ManchurIan frontier The Morning Posts correspondent In St Petersburg goes so far as to say that Russia is preparing to cope with a serious Chi neso Invasion- A dispatch to the Morning Post from Shanghai says that some of the warships at Port Arthur have been benched and their guns removed to the land works Russian Losses fKin Chou St Petersburg Juno 4 The flue shill losucs In tho fighting at Kin Chou are officially stated to ho 30 officers and 800 men killed or wounded Those figures were given In General Stoes JhuiItack began May 21 and iVlmlnatcd on tho evening of May 2C Tflo real fight- Ing was practically coned to May 23 and May 2C the JapanVso reIn ln lug quiet tho two previous Gen oral Stocssel rcpOftaiUSt to the absence 6 t1oQp lnJK I against t Otk fire at tho time fillnda t on tho Russian positions on Nanshan Hill during llio evening of May 20 ho gave tho order to blow up the guns and ro tire Tho general explains that tho order whs only partially executed as the encBiyw flank movements nccessl tutod promptness In retreat which ho was carried oHt with great cool m4s thus accountlnfc fcr tko email the Russian losses t Japanese Losses TO Jo Juno 4The total Japanese casuaH at the battlo of Nanshnn r ill MiiBJ Is 4301 They aro divided as folio Officers 31 Including ono major a Vu sergeant majors 71i vied officers and men kiliel1043cers Including one col one ono I cor and 12 sergeant ttaajor 11CQ noncommissIoned omctn 7 4aouncIed Ikurokt Ill St Pe Jllnu 6 AccoriJInK 1oncraliuroklattack IIf tci11c rtJt4o has now recovered 1 ifll11et Is that General Kuro I Y SrwlU not advance to tho relief oT tort Arthur In any casaordera to A so have jjotyct been transinlttcd If is rumored that the army corps of t fee St Pefersburg dls trtwill bo nan llizeul J5ort Oap Warship Reported Stpk- PaniLitino 7 The St correspoihhiit or ho MRIIn says that a naval officer rel eats the story 4it ready In circultc Itt L1 oYcnjg gt thin Russian squchrat LornllnT- hue made a aortic uStitik two Jap noose torpedo boats Jnan battleship ef tho 8hlklsh ma tjP Russian Gunboat Tokyo JUliO GrJ GU n Dtn 1rvSItau a 111 tn du1c7 In Cato Ni hillc4 JilltituiI4 eilJ Sam Clark anhll Ic- SI ted Van Horn Vl hi x liei by at moiu I t I a erk naw nr ho rn- It altar Aiiutlaor ktintleinli tat- lltJt0fOtI5 ILl Fraco war is I ytii1at Trail Lake thi tBBBs js the outcome of a awed itfTi1ll IB the vicinity of Trail Laks Nr a negro secret socltfy land nOrns Involved were jiicked Ut tn do th 1illhutg Suit For Sack Taxes Louisville Ky June 7 Agent Augustus lilgotj 4b7 filing another si lt thoi augurated by i 11am Well 1irIng his term as the Southern Pai pany for back taxiS VJO 000000 The actual ai Igatlon Is ROOOOOO baE at an I average rate of 70 06 s hundred upon a 190000000 prOj r years k Fk 5 FURNITURE t NEW AND SECOND HAND I t t iG a SETTLES I i6 Jackson = KentuckyA g r 1 m Wo can r rllihJOI goods = jit J the fo11oi ing cxtrcmfely i V a- jIt low prices I A Lwlstfjuls from 8100 to 000 Iron Beds front 250 to 8000 11 Jietlsprings from 8100 to 200 Dining Tables from 8350 toJ5 00 i JJiircaiia from aOO to tOO Miockers from 50 cents to 350 Ii6 Wnalistnnds Jrolii 50 cents to S3 00 Olutirs from 25cents to 810q Cook Stoves Trout 8100 to 81250 Parlor Suits from 1000 to 83500 i W3 carry Couches Kitchen Safes Stand I1ndrI various other things at lowest prices Come andsee us l- I yon will be surprised Yours truly t v Itf IG 5 SET r roJ Jackson Kentuckta J IIi IIi MANY MEN SHOT DOWN I ColoIIf I TROOPS ALSO ATTACK UNION MALL I DyimmUc OutniK lay Ulilch u Dozen tcrunt rre Klllrl It Followed liy u iSrrtr of Stirring Kvrnli lu Ilut- airgtots nf Cripple Crrrk An Appeal to ttvoetrlu Denver June 7A reIgn of terror brought on by u Diabolical dynamiting plot followed pud an as Boult upon the militia exists in tho Crlpplo Creek minIng distrIct Armed tacit throng tho streets and conflicts aro of hourly occurrence Militiamen are marching hither natal thither mak ing arrests by wholesale A number of union miners have been placed In tho military bullpen and others are biting gathered lu at frequent imitcr vals City and county officials have been compelled toreBlgni their offices because of tlueirTjpwted zaywithay As near as can je ll 22 are I dead and a score i qr mare injured a3 I a result of tho cWnita loading up til the conditions alovo descrhlud vBa ginning with tho hour whpf an Infer ual machine sit under the station pUtforjnnt JI I on tho line of tlo llorence and ctVplo Creek railroad waa tpuched off jid a number of feoa union mon haij are waiting flr3 traln wVo kiilefiJ W others horribly l cnts roi wed thick and fast TheyW at a hiass U1 d fiaro bullets flewh uid at least twtVftWwer5 killed arT1 4u nuuJbor WjurealAtct ntiiiiu- hlitaryI iiott- I hutadqaarra P 14 tIt IW search I for union miners thefwere flrctl I upon according to feltra frum men n In ungn ialC Tho oldlcrs BfcQijSc1jftho bulldlngfai Worn Ja1lt hecoiints at Itti6venj lphfsta wta- uj4it lIWfl tn thaelrPks Tile reo r 111d tlccll4tatd1Y blood i i thin wounds of tho In 0 lIaslore who were un nWIK overand arrested a number pen t L MACHINE Ii EXPlod Railway Station i rt Outrage CriqdeiI lo Juno 7Jthoexplo the Infernal machine at tho tel at Flndley a lcf miles from t 13 mon were Wiled ahidb1 Bjy Z seriously Injured All the lCfldruuredtlth iiq exception of two from Death wood mine were Reunion miners em ployed on the ulg of the Find hey mine Tho tInhnd quit work and were waiting to board suburban on tho Florence and CrIpple railroad and return to theIr Is In Crook nnd Victor after tbo engineer of the ap preaching train bloW his whistle as a sl8nato the miners aecordlngte IUI tom a terrific cxploslen occurr dernctttK tho stittlon platform 00 1 near which 2C men were Kati Wi fJ Tho datfonrf was bloWn intof Bplliv toni the station was wrecked and a hole 20 feet In circumference andjss In depth was torn In the maolfeet T 101 j e 1 4 ot i i JI t crt 0 1 AT Tables ON MAIN STREET dfl 1III j IIi IIi r c ground Fragments of bodies were hurled through space for several hun dred feet and later were picked up still quivering Tho infernal machine with which tbe diabolical work was done consist cd of a quantity of dynamite cstlmat dHt 100 lo 100 pounds riotfaWPfV volver and a long slender steel Wire attached to tho trigger The revolver was fastened so that the pulljUK 6f the trigger would not draw It awly The i1b1bingtoned to a rung of a chair Tl djrnjK mite was placed close to the muzxfe of a revolver which was discharged by pulling tho wire when r blew his whistle Tho ball from the revolver exploded the dynamite Work eta Tornado Fairmont W aJne 7OIl tIer ricks were razed house wera un- roofed and twisted on their feunda tlons and lives ware Imperiled In a fierce tornado that BWcjJi the town of Attics 12 miles front here Amos Is the center of a large oil territory and nearly all the wells in that region are owned vUytko South PentfCl com panyc The damage jjustalned by th idcompii ha vdiriated at 7OO- QiJncl thatifgdj i the town at 2000 jTho hur u came almost without wuarning and many people had not line toseek shelter 1DcactorMurray DecllneV p jyrrtlHKham Ala June 7Rev John70 Murray rector of St Mk chaw j anti All Angels Episcopal chiieh of Baltimore and former roe torCofKtHtiChurch of tho Advent of I tlnglitaa has declined the blatiop ItntuckY to whIch he was I tbatJ1MUjr Mr Murray says that he la cpivlriccd4tiaf his present paramount duty 1 Jit Baltimore Tobacco Warehouses Burn lchmon4 Va Juno 7Jlro In the tetft i eb district of Danvlllo destroyed three warehouses and 4000000 pounds Iriimnco The American Tobacco coHnwny was tho lessee of the build itiui The estimated loss Is JCOOOOO covered by Insiiranco j e5CEVCr Unihed Cheyenne ro Juno 2Wllllam neell orlho UnIversity of Wyoming jcportvlJJie discovery in Carbon coon to fossil remains of a bronto raur which Is the brgest over unearthed ICLKCTRIO CAns COMIDE Six IVrnoas Killed and Mauy Injured us H Kriult peraonBIF killed and a odm or more hurt as thS result of a collision between nn AStb6und fast electric pee Koiigcr XsiwVfttrtrwVstbound package freipht car at WehW Corners a tow miles ttst of this t41YOil tblll Lake Shore eleelrlo ral ThAn rail accident a tHrretl atjuIntquite IIlstanttrtKny Immediate irieans of communication nod assist lance was Wutfr where every physician iusi nuri In the city was called Into ser0 and hurried tO he place of the aoeiit ona pe I car All tbpae khih4 were In J1a smoking QompartawHil This oars inashesl to pleotft t t Thus atiatl Chr1H w WIerWOOd Oaroa0 3 Il ti J j oo 7 t tiSullivan an inspector of safety ances for the interstate comm CO 4 p commission Blngbamton N Y Jar ij IhamsfkeyTaylor AUIsnce O 7 I- To Search For a Lost Island1 returnltrip twill search for the Lost Island of the p c This Island Is supposed to j z be somewherfr betxveen Honolulu and California boy fTyppears on the older 4- Spanish maps bu on AmerIcan maps It Is Put down II doubtful It a long been a theor that the A an 5ltsloop of war L antJ1o dlsap pOll red in 1859 on I rout Ilonarlulu to Panama and was never 1of again was wfeckAl ort this islanduti rAmerican r have been In are ftC we Island before but nortia iit lane been reight Trains foundtIChambersburg Pa end collision of fr cas on the Cumberland six miles east of hO Elmer Waick l40 an engineer was Instantly killed nnd William Conklyn a trainman Is j believed to bo fatally hurt Five other A trainmen sustained Injuries The two engines and 14 can wero wrecked John Bull Doesnt Believe It London Juno 7Tho rumor of the suggested sale of the Phllllplno is lands to Japan receives no credence here A Tftnight Him a Lemon vpack In the seventies when Oewejr Shint ommnqnnd of u ship of the old Hurt 1 ford type lie was lyhiag lu tim haarbortt oft Qiiion Visitors were ullowtil on yf board at all times except Sunday worn 1 ohag when inspection took place One Bundiiy u well known Auierlcnn mil lloiialro steamed out with a party of friends lu his private yacht nod sue cctiletl In gutting on deck where hu wns met by Ciiptnln Dewey who naked him to leave Mr Money remonstrated und finally exiispeiatwl by tbo cool Y flruineas of the oillcer he burst out 4 No sir I wont leave I am nn Amor lean citizen nnd have a perfect right on this vessel I pay taxes In Ameri ica I um on my own property Part IiIft4 of this tdilp belongs to mel Calmly T Dewcy elicited his penknife stooped fdowii alit split off a piece of time deck flooring Ilundlng It to tho Incensed Aiuerleau citizen ho replied Theres about what you own und thorun the ladder Now git And ho got J i slats a Hlir a CIotfae ba keU Wbvti Korean duo inouriiliig tho first stage dcuianda a hat as large as a tdiminutive open clothetibaukct It Is four ifvet irt clrctiuifcreuco and coin pletelyconeoaU the face whhhls hid dun further by a piece of coarse lawn JBtretokil upon two sUcks and held 1 Ijll ow tho eyes In this stage 1 whatever of the faco way bo rnIbestCond Thothlfdperletl stage Is denoted by 1 plHowwwif of the Inverted basket by1the custeuiary 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illrorlllotioll apply T Ejllpriiluook Agent V1 TAC1SOX Ky Er 870r- t 4 ROUND TRIP Good Seven Days k LEXINGTONFAIR bBourg oilier fjuesctay Vi- aSouthern Railway r Only lieu riuniiig solid trnine 3 7roii Lexington to St Louis JL TWO 2 TIIA1NS DAILVv jip PIIANGI3 OF CAR I 1Vritit or nil en x I T 1V Orowl r 4Illa4eling 1xsf4ngur Agultt 4- a 6111i4 M Oli t1 x IIpS I RECKON THERE WILL DE J5U1M12 VOTES CAST FOR PRESIDENT ON NOV ft 1904 WHAT DO YOU FIGURE I- TIOyOOOS 1 FOR TilE NEAREST GUESS 25000 IN 500 CASH PRIZES 1 lit Prizj StO 0 2l l Pri1JS1O O 5vl Priasa Stoaj- We htivo inailo iinnngoiuunta with the Pnws Publishing Asaoaitft ion of Detroit Michigan tvhorcby01tr gubjorihete can jmrtieijmto in tills dUtridntion = 8 Special Prizes of S500 each ion Zany Subscriptions x lsvurysnbecriber to The lea tlUrr Oburn N ICW8 has n Chance t duro in these cash prize Tlio subject nwter of th6 interesting Co tuit in which theso large jirizoj will lo pail in tho Total Popular Vot to be cast for iho pllic of President of the 1iiitinl Stntes on the Sthc November HOt KAory man woman nod child in the1 United State hoiild bo interested in tho Greutost election tilt Country has evur hat It costs you nothing to win a print Conditions of this Great Contest KvVry Milurrllwr who romlU U till + nRiilnr IlUharlltJlIlI price fur I cars snhsurlpilii loTlu UIIKATIIITT CIIUNTV Nmvft will lm onllilrd In lu IPRdCS mid illfrnn Ili n o irtMt la hilly h rnYir m o i litHI- liOKnccrllllcnlOA i tIll Inmini lo him tiny irizt4 uliioli litx JIIIIIHI uillonilil ill loclniin IVIsOIl yon send nt your siili oriiiii u nNo minl m ylnir J IIsS 11StbantrS of ilin Total Vote I1 bl cist on Viyvmlior Slli fur tlu olllet n UHSIOIJNr In inukiiiK your KiicK i40Illwlllt tint IluiirH Inlow HuwlnI- H total vote for 1HH IUHXT from LIncoln to AlcKlnhy Vrii our iinuin nJilnm nnil isluntis of Ilio cull In Ibo Snli Hriillon lltntik lnlu IIllIIlIlllho Blank with your MilAutpKmi to Tin HBBATIIITT CIUSTV SFVVK a jwjiir will be aunt In 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Art War Opticalt Goods High Grade Goods- TVIO1ClillOPl AT e 1 Our incrou6J Patronage f toiu lliuiiiiouiitaiiis our boatj tJti111011 ill I HEIIJE E I1SIAIAIN STllKIi OI10SIII thc 1HO f I x LKX1TGTOX RI I Wliiit you wnat n plrnn11t plijulfl try niminlicrlniiiV SliUHacIl and- S llxir TnlilrK They nrt tnrs lu lo rake 811111t1U niil iii ellect Fur oilu II y Iay liars On lJWLII1 Ky April Ifiiji IpOI lulerunllunnl orrcIIIhIIc i uw1- sS1railtllll ia hi- OllItllIII IAIIIIIIIutlltrIlnlluritlllugiheerhngriturlnfu 11 ly rtfttrcnrelihrmy lint hens ivllh It and to nt fctvei mo plimure lo pay that Rvalue 11 suit very highly 1 have rnrefitll j KXninlned MIIIIK null n e It freqnefl It In my uirknud lind it n lrJ it UlUnlllAh IInI1I1IItCllalll utplc ihtijiri prlnUl1I1f incivil fiiuiinfrlil Inmy JndRinent It cnnitilutei s Irentf se- nelldrs11spirdaIiu I r iulremeiil8 til- I he wtVLint ftiKineer Infra miylhti hiiiiUifnrn pnblnltM Yiors lrnyA- KA U ItAUanr rtII Joseph Ioiniiiville nf SlIllunliT I c 111nt 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l0IltPubKUNTIJCKY DAl- A1191ISVOItLllS FAI1J THIS 1 JANNlJR WAY OF 111I EXPOSITION TIII IIKNDKUSOK UOUT- KTIIKOlHICIATiMNi FOR gGooruor1i11 0 lloira of Trad tl2U 11 ni3mltlttIanufstctururtRn VKjii liavi IleGus 11 furr tht treat Kentucky Iay dbblatiou illl uVlioV purchasing your ticketsIt ll fortljoiii over the JIolldoriloll Jtonf tiio Freo ltecliuht 1InsaTrlr A In ItoJlleklllIfiom North Mldillelown whero lie lint been to BPO Ills tin titer Jnineu Kn h- cthuhnK been Beiioiuly ill fur some Ho reporlH Hint ho U tliuhih one lihprtivhiK hn Tho 0t K Unllwny company will fur mi now rQIlII41WII anil operate IIWH tend attar July biJn bas bleu upurnleil by tho f Jt K since Ito coinplellon nboiit iliroo vonr ago Thninnry of our poalnwsier n Ic IIOJo1111IIncroiliiR prosperity of our town- S th S Tniilbee Imo boiiKht ot Mire Lnndrnu ifs store at Clay tutu Alrl Iandriim wilt clerk for Mr Taulbee t r = m AIIY ALAIts1171 IJyu r Tisliit CoiiKh hut Pm- IuUJolIlI ellllcl by Chnuthcr Conch ICJIlIOII Jllr U 1 ltnrjni n i tHltt Inn JjlIIIilllIlIlh JnR11111n unit htIOI1 Uoiihlfil rr fmir nr live yinrs with n tfntnsrmhnhlthl11enJs jIIII nlniliuil me rnurttK me fejtr licit 1an in Hut Ilral lnKe nunniiniiilon Mr ltnrlnirje Imv iiiI HHcii Ill II IIIhlI1II III Oilllljl Krineily mlviTI 11 enneluileil In lo try II Now rendttsntliennyanlIIi IIImlI rli retnnrknblo ehniiiu nail nfier salinK iwn I jtllraIC lee iteiitjfIVH win oie xritK prrninnHiitly enreil SiM It nlro4 Cn Noticellnviii iltiiilil lo brenk tip hnsi- keeling e In Jm li on Kv 1 will on Weil tientUT JIIIIH Ibih im lnl2 Ch- I I1 M M my r Miii nii in Jnpk oiif Ky ofTer fur nalr to lite hiuiiext all best Wililer My r lilunre a Iwonlory brink routing i nf right rouiH Hire linll three iinrchKii kitehen hall torn niui collar Alt In KIIM reimlr Oont lii inent hanP phi iIen IUIIIM rfuuer- Igtnlohunei1n jiH well of inn 1Iur nil ilhg crater ristern wild imtv pump litrcHKHriliiitiin linn stnlo of cnlllvn tit Frail npi1 noshes lIIIr rniiplurrii1 lit ilIIll tin AUoinielnrRO nlnbli IRZSS trot in cluilmi amble lilt anti hog lot hili pans iIr- Ahuttlirep IIIIIIAII niiillitlson Syen mcir i strprt npKIN my nlnhjt Quo It on Mtln Stroil 75 x 10jxf e between the iVenbylerlnn Uhnrch an Kifrnltiire Store One lot ClxliO felt on Mnin Street I lwtehtnltiat atilt PrexhylcrlHii Chnte Oalll1 on iho hill stair by y 0 lomlK known 111 tin Dntyiii llnliillx properly 58 menu lota in si1111 naigbhnrianl I IlJncresof grate Intnl n portion which lit knows AN iln College Ire 1111 ty which U very ilelrnblo built properly Alarm IKMIRC MJ lot nn Itrnnd nt till corner of llmadwny and Mn Street klinwn flit ihe leenor hens i orr lspwllllll or 1110 undivided nloreT AlsoUvo smmll fVuM on the Ni Furlof iiuir A llIllIr Uhrollll I nhwo lugcanl m Also wt TII10hllrh Irnr hnl r II h rt a OItlLnJngrrcl I 11 1ollcoa yII Sthii n oITG litdeer Iud ilileofllii rum icon n nCI lo UII hind Ai- lr ttit en IItOheflS 11 Q Tho tl n tnktNurlhO lIlr I hC I 141 t Irlnl fIlan a l Juno 111151 nl 1111c IIrlnjtocllo hnpurlal Inn I 1 latYllr II Tntlon Ij 1 klatiAinu nil our ils htclutltog fnrnillrroild 111t1S Oo 81 I All the rent l IrlIeelhllllniuT two J e lira PquuiItnJIj1elIi ti ItillI IlrOppl Ihiuloferredpnynieiiis laiiieliuM lIlIlri vlll UIIOhnlstciiut by note will lumu liiiilrosmVK SAM POSSCHHIOH to bo Riven Septemjer 15 tOOl tliurIpL InuJ ciilnvned in corn which will let T ItS a uini nicrop Is gathered OJALITTLc ill 4t5 i w yfr rtp Eli Jonui mitt 1115151 Mnhnla TenRtie were at the residence of tlo ItrlJoHi IIIgllkuulJnckemt qoiiniy on Iiinii Jnd IslrI Jonm lcen n J ten her in Jticknon and allay connllet fo iho last thrOu yars and bold 1 cliu corlifieatii fritin both flJll onn I fep Mr t Mr jjneiiworo RnciU nt Mr A Mr M tiltallriy 115111511 IrlemU thi lok T 1 Uurl 111 ana taken Ii lit pt hind lliiry Inut Sal iodnJ And bUnlhl UII 4unieiiH rill Ihe mimlur urJ II Mtf umn The ionrlof Apptnili Iota III y tpiiHolonliUri Ki fir Hie innrder of Jniiiei Cockrill for which ho wn Klven the denlh pimlty by the circull court Beiitiitl Park who Iii been I tending till deaf niia Uumu epliool at anvillo llIli returne lhOmo fcri n three mouths vacation lln r Tho 1PzIsI nbitnipnny put on thflr iindny Train InM Sunday It will riot tin Hie niirr ichednle nn Kim 3A 4 e Cool and Timber I anil Wantoil- Anntcd on hundred thousand iicret OfClnl null limber hind In Knuterr Kentneky rlr loan cur Enntern Unpl tniiv Wilteto- f O R dMiTiti Lexington Kr Sweet pouto 1 1J Iirur cnle nl 20 per biuidred by Win n lliiRlnii riI biiptyPrnl huiiJreil doedi1 re eorded ilnrinu my Irrin of olllee n ontity Clerk There art vnlimbK + It the invtiern of the hind and I wnnli h ulnil fur Ihem loenll pnv the fee und lake them 1111 J lilliRlnp If yon Imvti mi jlimse a or hiino nnda yon Wnnt tonell lil shush will IIugint Itouiug I Oil Anti i Ihetortnatloim wbirh il ish mil d1II1 25 cii fiir till Oil Iropeeior Gold W II NttIrKstn limrllelil Vn II Its n hillillllll lilli ik Inks Clmnv Irin iln ltlmeln nod itvr rahlr 5s rrruvrr Is rlrllllll Fur sal byiJty limos C3o J W Dean Contractor for Brick niul Stash Work Linio and Cement for sale Gve him n call when newlwjj nnythino in Isis line JACKSON KY A nice sinnll Knnn I lee cfny fo mle The Lnrkin Stamper ifljce III iheheaijot IleUr ONteJ rirol1l tod Ktorehoiiiie ribs ami barn never falliiiR water will fenced Price rIll tiinaldfl mid term nil y Fur sarile i INhrtllllllJ in SAM JKTJ Whichever KV THE BREAD MAK ER lint 111 era of tisx rr Ill u 1511 lJJh IIr Mansiield whltu and hna 1 tnl hlllli lintimid flavor of tdharry Ink rwermntrblnnred 1IIiII1 usln u qltclt IIto1151yllr r lIulir mill In t PIt and titi inlet itllLot n 5 ilJ rkI t1 GIJI IiIn6- I I HfJl irlt ht rlioru ennvii elli I 1 T 3tc In yet ilkillfour gn n cnn urn r R059LY N x 0 ell soN ifL CIkCIVI01ch11 611t1 k 1 lilt enurf cuurei t Ilrt llIlit allU iro+ rnt 1lugt hu 1 I r u 511111 IIIctii 1I nbe JIrl snI fur thu Iirat jj1iy f I It e Cumlwrsi j iitteJ sty 1 it aver J IIsAutbrise II CPIs ivunaliel- t Ilea 1- 1avid it Unuiel 1115- 1J 0 V VVIIIlanuwa a man PKTIT JURY Jinn YpnrloUk Nathan T lfl Rte Oomlw ls It Canluell H j Iinnk Sti lit llnrveyJohn Nofiln Illuntui Hddlx John A lliillejVA 0 AVIIonJy II No hid llarren Miller A 0 UnsjeVui demon 0 V Harnntt vm C IranviIIU Crust Henry a blmrij f Terry S K Tniilbee JeorRO 11 ai Win Smith F Al Day and1IunlnIiS- ewcll i The lint three days tee k wninally with the inhdemeii u1arlyof whlnli 11111 la- o r n great nihuul I n aura IroCese ii 1151 been executed y t 517 r r t4 t t 1011 kj r r 4 h r Headache tCan be Curedwith Dr Miles Anti- r Pain Pills if your ncrvon arc 11111 Jrct to dlnturb nncra mich ns Ilcnilachdi Ncuralffln Ilaclinclio Rliomnnlliim Menrtrunl Inln1 BI oplcMnciMt ctetheir Jirrlnu and Jnnfillnr cnn ho quickly ended with a Dr Miles Antl1oln ml- t Dr Miles AntiPain Pill nro pleas ant llltlo pink tablets which do not act- on tho bowcta nor do they have any dlnaercrnbla weakening or hablt form Ins ctttct on the By trm They nro till result of Ibo latest nclcn tlflo knpwlcdco on the subject nf Pain and lirlns relief pafcly and quickly tot tho urentwit sufferer You nliotilj always keep n box of Dr lilies AntlInln Pali In the houlle fllneo you never know whan pnln may nttnck you and It la wrong to suffer when your suffering cnn ho so quickly rcllwed Dr Miles Antl Pain Pllla contain no opium chlornl cocaine morphine or similar drugs and nro sold by druRslsts under n Runrnntco to relieve you or pay your money back ny nllcvlns Tain Dr Wiles Anil rain Pills shorten suffcrlnir and lengthen life 25 cents Never sold In bulk I have nrd Dr Miles Anti 1nln Pills nmthatvery short time I plan UKO Dr Miles ncceneaIiamof tlmlIIIOATK 219 Oakland Bt than Antonio Tex FREE Write to us for FreD Trial paekacn or Cr Miles Ant nemeslforrneclnlUt will dlagnos your cape Irll oU what is wrong and how to riGht II OLOnV 1RwF II I work day in tvfiX tiny Iout for small IF wages and little hope ot vancement We unI bel pOU leavo l ranks of the poorly many and become pall1I the wellpaid few it f Thousands have already doubled or largely Increased Itheir salaries by following our plan Wo cnn help you qU nt homo In spars time allfyIsmall expense for any of lowing positions Mtchinleil Eleetril Steam Civil- or I Mining Engineer j Electrician Sur velar Draftsmen Orritmentil Designer Architect Bookkeepe Sten oiripher Teicher ShowCard Writer Dresser or Ad Writer Vrlto TOIlAT ttatlne which pOll tluu IntereiU YOU to- INTERNATIONAL CorrcspondcncuSchooIsI I lnrrwlirPKeltln its trrnTiIrk hrc n lit nlhs it iitalnlmiM suit rep I Iha Intrrunih lurrtepnnde ehu0lAtg111btl I Cinelnmlti c 111i tc Prsunnlf11 Iii III in- i1 n ilumltTn hefstn In an assn tiSnCjiflrtnny wAlnlnr l n st ie anti up n 11 Air f1D t Tn hby dnrkIb inCl1 nett set- trniitstill ispay cns titn f I- mrre n s tt Q ca omen lout iOa 3tor ion Uon1lntty t ty 1t 16 n 1 hour i4 T 1ieIs nnt I1Itdu overIIrrGOs gel l Yd t I i p m- 111th tefttti eery hoar t 9 511111lnlitr9 rhRCr onfei tun rMoi lTI juLets 1lPIIRnrlinlfy 1115 teats Hllldr1r Iho sea iTvnn snit dally hoRiniiliiR JlIt Iii 5iHwaiil eo Jlnd Uim VVwnUeihn Green Lake Devil Oiliebio AklilanO Marqiieltt uprrinrhnlnthStlnul JIInneno lik sir unny other ilellKhifn lnknrP P- ita+ rIS rtnditd by tin NIIIlhWo Men Jm JllrllfUlnllll11 nmltlnkots pan bo dcur our ngPnt lto u pl tftfed llThe laUe and Summer Kf y Nurtltirr51lnlntltti irjis I 11itu M hititru l T Ai 0N Ut It3 lnLholton j r r 1 i n J0J 11 01 Ir tIWI i uatches IFr0111 1 to the jewel Jtnilronihnovo nents solid Quid Gold tilled Imil Bilvcrino AVnlches of even nndidlOiccstholr r coiitiinially buiii nddedto stock nil vlion in Jnukeon- I SD FLEENOR I JKWKLKI AND OPTICIAN es Coiiililimtlim tIVt r of fly our liberal leriiH with tin it li- isheri of other pot rlWI urn able i furniili you voiaiers for n little nore than the peen of tine WI can aria yon money on any paper yon vluli- to InUe We will fiirnixb you TIIK ItHATIIHT COUNlrY NINSnot shier of the hdloNitr- gCurlnrJnnrnnl 0 Louisville llernM Chicago InlerQeean- CiiKInimii Kn jtlrer hi xtii tou IClllhrIlljiie and Fititiur New lurk TrlbifnoFarniPr I Ono Year For Only sj IJ5 in one choiihl bo villiiiut n pnpei Alien he mil lay two of the heat In tlif niintry 1r an little mutiny r iFur Slnple and hooey IrocerieB a iviit prides cull on Crawford V IVeenh or phone 35 JJK i A satisilrI ennluuter In Isle Itk ni- lrrlisll11lit Our eii ltimerii lyer flan IIR A 1 ORAWFOHJI CnI r you Do I Chemist Window 111I i1XCU honie t i jRAILROAD TABLES i Lexington Eastern Rj IOOAL TIME TABLE d Effective October 17 t 1008t East Bound No1 llyDollyu hno y IM AM f fv LexitiRlon 225 715 82B310Winchester 913 23NaturalTorrent Benttyville Jun fill 1020 0 A K June 011 1126 4 Ar Jackson o10 1130Hl West Hound r 1101No JcD lijr Lr Sundy sundy 1siAM PW Ar Lexington 1010 023 fi20 606 + 1L f Winchester 837 489 a9 M i 8tltllton82S 4 So Natural llrldge 401 Torrent 747 6iJan 7M 8 829 280 4 OK function 1125 223 ngnfor r 4 Kent u cent t iiidayANos t nut 2 1Mt tfuretc Ohlutlon with Uhp1llllellkl 1 Sterling and local I rj h Ileattia + NUR 1 and 2 connect at i vale Junction with L A A for Betty vltte dell except Sunday r eay J It II Alta Can rig r i5IOIIAK SCOTT OPA jo t f 4 I rOjLfly ft c Effective tolJ1ber11D02 + frost Bound Vest Boupn4 i 4 1- AU is dHii ii STATIONSw to = to co f4pEtcfo Itur N AiR ur tT PIt IV 030 231 rnl1t on 1120 330 t 925 230 0iKJllnoII2t1 S3fi R43 1r8 WllhurI1 JLi2i11130 1 i2 Ina nIdun p 91f 4 1 iro 128 hen UI t y e110Y a 741 122 lIellthu1I J 2 tp Tau 105 OlIIIIel0l11 i SG4S Ji IAU LY rat Lt Trnh51ruABB Y ilk n ftl e O h KTunciiuli trill tr 11cll fr leaven Jxlllltlclli It i40ft kneeblnuul Intsnger Train t nC1 K TIIIIOIIIIII with trftIs onnecth arrives at incheiter 520 II 1 Lex a Ington 11805 ptn Ai CONLJCY Sl p t F Ir NOTIQI ln who are indobtcd to t late or J ll MIcnm t + IIV Cco s 1 Calltd ti9t tJ1a or tlGi Jn MARi lInI Ilr end fo dr s not tit rum 3 in- i tiiourtney s uUIt r 1- j OR r ttyor rdu I f11 lIeroWe AiaiitheHANAN Celebrated Sse- Trrlr HOEEarth rho lost on Ii l R fOE f = 00ting11P Bi E 5 Caillen Lamba l BYOl 0 0 St e r bore d2 Ito t c ta S tli ro tOS- C = 00DAY L 15 nrlt e tuokriI J r Isa M n7li in I fr rt r- Yy 7 J I = I 11 1i The Gentleman from Indiana Oy BOOTiI TARKl crIIt 1899 rMcCJwt Co- i Mt I90Z to II I H I H1 = T tho city hospital In Rouen that night a IItntiungnu Introduced himself to Bar rett IKJllcrlnte ell of po Hcc Warren Smith nnd Ilorner slicrin of Carlow He spoke In a low Is Meredith he twkl Mr IflIurklels was an old nnd and paused for a mcmpiit The Plnttvlllt men nodded solemnly An CI hlRUtI dear friend of mine he went on with OkhlmYou can conic In and see this man the Teller with us If you like Mr Jler boIj ton the two of em jot awny wlth him l II Ics BO shot and hacketl up his mothei I wwildiit know him If she wanted to At least thats what they say out here AVc Imvent seen him lies called Jer ry the Teller and one of my 1r nuts j found him In the freight Vurd I new It ins the Teller because he was stow 11Icame from PlattvIHe lajst night And Rlattery llmts his rtimiliiK mate the one we canxht with thu coat and hat that they beat their way on tllhlght Looks like SattcrVlct vHer do all the lie nlnt Sintter5Iit lolQ Ollt 01111 his flolIIlthlolUIIItJ this 08 leJlrlous but t to betoro ho tillSI 811J bliUnP ltlJ tuft les lith 1IIIIIIilr n t JiflI itr TOlIlIg lIur fntJy UIJICDret nnd of L led tln m down Uvl le corridor and It narrow tllo elltered SfJJall wWnl oil TJiero was Rent smell of chein or JcaJs In tiii nBaixm J 1 e Mul WAS loof ertlltlt willtco nt CM mo from H cot In tlft corH l llwt th Mlly rat In In ttM uUlH telhcityl Meredith was con 10 JIC hat made WIll frW ta 7V irJtll IIMr It R 0 1 flIt feel 1 t lAG1J WliMf 1 Ir J JiSundlei so l jIr WIIStis J plguwnttii 1ntlltIldlir 1r nl nll 11 taph Ituhnclitxl Qnr p jiol1 gm a lo broken wfy IUco in Jeriy coCSrJ- Umogt every ono in Leo auch ft PII Kh tor fJ y 111111 O SlrRllle I III0Vell1l1I yI Iletlc Ire la Hare of fllih ftn hall I11- 0l T tJl rY I truck iie ho hod TTVL TI ut f lCrureithe1 1 Jr w s Jlut rrnlrs f r Somehow I on1s lll lJu Or McmHth 1wiN XoORWhtltl1 be troll11 ttblI 11110 Ii hRll t11Qfe to duth lIIselrl UaB It Jt roall or ellr I t4lw UelllfMt Oer tho f Gt n1 toll lie looks t t flPtJI1to mo IIko It IlJindJIO jWt flur 1I IIOdiJlotI f Ot rourse It anJnll11 IIIHscrglIUlI8 toe Jt I malliWIIPIIJIU bllttJltile Ihllm allee la1JY Jurlto tnlkto Yml Ji little 11011110 I Ollt i rou 1 I wUIlIto tnlk to ou 1 friend 2ho Incoherellt mUUl1rlng eonHnu S o IIlre JerJImorn rCIcutld rrettIej Hhulllly Jerll HOUKOUII I 0111 We clolIt wunt nil toollllgc1I litlllill IIIUI JerrI We dropI ed MsIhIIIILII the muns SruhUIerr n slIort gaspIng f or t Ierntj saltt Gny luul swIftly D ten psN1 lending over the cot ho IJ9hllll1na pleasant voke all JJwn iltH mi rslt slittery SudR whllt JOIl dlcl wmltlmt dllHInt 1llIlhIIu wllln 1111flhoUllll1II 011 h with hlln lIe 11111 eu t r l11llIlber JIIJthe thl II 111 Ihere WIIS 1Il01lCr ett v tUNluUlrJs helld WIlIt Imrt IJj8JNI1I1 bJ on t ho law fii JI Jtlller CIlIliitllIIIIIOIItJ onlJ 11100 1111 1ftoiI en bnlfd 10 tile houlder lIurrtt hllllllhnk- of tJ ftheRltttlrJ ralltll tOkllOrel loiJ r 1IIHld ToulI lIurgillll Imflllg tho Ieh j or i UII hIICkIIIOIHIIO HIelt I Jdh ye J helWIA It Ill11 shllld 1Iy 11 old 1111111 IOuta iiJ 011M 011 111fIII llot mllldwJJiXIlI t he reller ralrj It IlltIII8f not nlllllfOU W 1t1 o look IlfI Cft Hetl r t8Ilt 1 shouldpI U iJIJi J TI Surg4111 IreII 1J111k WJUI8lJII lftUOII lilt tho rellerlI lJfoUIIIIJt littlWrtBlrtlngtb and they hrdbun H II 3etjwJjkr 4 or 1 J 9aNifItt l tt rjaw 1 = nhc i I 1 r J over tlHVrido of the tot the lingers nev Itr eeas4HK thclrpalnful twitching Tho Burgeon leajicd down nnd genlly moved Uicii that Ihn shite poarred steadilyTUmiee flt mi old Jwflnd Unit Meredith i fcmyv ThinvlilppcrrirefIIION distinct It pecame a rich voice ami J they heard It Hinging like thc sound of nlllslnIrONwaters golden IIlmleRIIII mlle Earthly music cannot wnkcn lovrly Annie U lc exela111ntlonTho ever the Tellers head Ah ineii lie Soalll almost clearly and tried to lift himself on his arm T tell yon ltn n grand eleven ve luc this yenrl There will be little left of anything thai islands against them Itt our chain ploilshlp DIll you BOO Jim Itomlcy rld over his man this afternoon Aa too voice grew clearer the sheriff stopped forward hut Tom Meredith with a loud cry of grief threw him ttflf on his knees beside the cot seised the wandering lingers In olre6wl1 Johnho cried John Is ji youV- He The voice went on rapidly not heed inj him Ah you neednt howl laugh away yon Indians if it been for this anisic but It Bcems to fny chest thats hurtami that It matters you know The III 10 inores just as good or better Its ly my egotism Yes It must be the side and chest and head all believe Ill try jigaln neit year year Ill make It n dally Helen not that 1 should call you IIcJen1 mean lIsslJsslolsIJIIO wood but Ive always thought 11 was the prettiest name In the youll forgive 1I111allil please tell Parker theres no more copy and or lJeI wouldnt grind out another U k to save his Immortalshe said ah never niado a good trade no s they cant come seven miles but finish you Sklllctt first I know you I I know nearly all of you Now sing Annie Lisle He lifted hand as If to beat the time chorus Oh John Johnl cried Tom dlth and sobbed outright My my Iwy old frlcndP The cry of classmate was like that qf a mother for It was his old Idol and hero who- And lay helpless and broken before UIIrwo pairs ot carrlaite lamps sparkled aIn front of the hopltal In the ellrlli lIt Of the small hours these subjoined U deep hooded phaetons from each which tjulckly descended a gentle man with a beard an air of eminence and a small onioous black Iwx and the air Of eminence wan jnstllled by IHIethe haste with which Meredith hud Jr them and by their wide tlnallIlute They arrived almost neously and hastily shook hands as- y they their WilY to the ward down ml ng 1Ia1I ad up the Dllrrw JHHV They hud a short NUVerKO wjth the surgeon and a wonl with the nurse then turned the others out of the room by practiced Innuendo of man Ben They stayed a long time lu the rwitu without opening the door Meredith went out oil the steps and breathed the cool night air A taint of drugs hung everywhere about the building and the almost In tible permeation sickened him It was deadly bo tlwtflht To him It was lrunbued with a hideous portent of suffer ing ThcllghtS In the little ward were turned up anil they seemed to from Xhatuber of horrors while waited as It brother might have waited Hitlde jllie Inquisition If Indeed a totlownAlas hft had found John Ilarkless naNidilost track of Mm as men some times dojjlose trackof their best beoftIktved hut hud always been n 1111to Tort to know that IJurkles ws fI w ere a comfort wltiioii wklck could hardly have jtot Hlorig Uk he had been wilting for John turn up on top of course he had ability ability for anything 1I1 t1llOpM would always cure for buy nnd bellav I Mtm AO thut Ill would Ita shoHI1 JIll l hr 1I0w much III lIulI lIotgreu1 11011 IIlllIt the thl I1 lIIltR kllluk or hllllITI Otl QIrI IOl dwlI UII e JII n tew cnrs lIlttn I o IlUll UII UlIn fIOft IlIlrblU 8 rIIJUrt ot the tluto fa 8111t OJ ID OWlt llt UIl tt IIhr t Ilcrstllmlllthe SIIt II InUII II 1e IH JI nUl ull t NIVrtlllly ire cWI I 01 II I II tQ et hhllI18S6 IC OW tl lIrkls 1 1ttRlitO J IUIiI hcclI lItnlck1IlIlIt 110I IIIIIIIC lJ tIIJ J t I I willWIIICIIIlow IIl1rklllls Wns II tItllnt 111111- nrUIII hllileIWIIItIi lie Hllherlll trout WII11111 0111 Uorllero liS 8f JI1IpI Ihl StllllI with le OtlltItf lOIIS UIIII 1110 Illitele1te Wottlll I 1111 the Ho 11111 lIll1vrHhulii 1011111 1fiIfr Ir i tl1 Uorlllr to111 J1lIl1glt oodas ollehlllg 111111 lIoiIIC III 1111111 JI II lOlI clfulIouduot out ot hI If I lng slj10 rOIlIlIrklcer os I11lnklul to hJuOlClearlU liall IlIIelllluj 11I11IiaUI s 10 sllerJlrs tile IIIeet lU dofJCII txt Oll tll IJI 1I ru r Ulll1crsto ntt1 111 look t nnhll 11 1111P I cl Kellt I set IJIIC S1I1t1itQ 1tW h IlIttllt hllter Y10rH1 1111 ulH1 tiloIt tllInIIIII IIIUllHi 1enIII ami 1a nnrll100 k I t r Hllfrkt fhO ltIphl ICH tr IJ ItW 011 ltlOW uult RltltalllJJ 1111 II 1 ltlllre II In r tllzrklttI ltJII 1MIK- J c rr tthIII IIIIir U twJ q M 11111 Ifcan r j t hti It Ic voll t J7 L VllilrIlls0 I1I1SWert 1 n ow n cr Indis tinct voice verj deliberately pausing before almost every wonl It was easy work for the sleepy Monographer 10ilntIllllotwereona t Ocr there 1111 are cIrlllsllnlY nlwlIleiIt was hler mueh In punishment but you do n great deal of refontilng with hltile Crossroaders unless you catch them young before theyre weaned They tWIIIII them on whisky you know 1 you neednt have sworn me for 1Ille to tell you this and Smith had started at the illl1IellUolI of the Crossroads but they their ejaculations while Mr Karrett looked as If he had known It hiliot course The room was still save rator tile dim voice and the soft tran 1I of the stylographlc pen 1 left Juil Urlscoojj anil went west 11111dllwas n man on side of the fence Hob Sklllett He IWl19 carrying his gown and h00l11 suppose It was that on his arm Then I saw two otliera a little further cast In the middle of the road I think they hull followed me from the Hrls coes or near there They llHrthllr foolish regalia on as all tha other hUll There was plenty of lightning to see The two In the rond were ttfm ply standing there In the rain looking at me through the eyeholes In their masks I knew there were othVrs rooplcutlInt I thought they were com Ing from behind me the west I Wanted trt get homethe court house yard was good enough for mo PUliStlOIIdown as I wwit by him hilt the other On11 II IIhot 118 11 1i1 1I111 nllll I Jot hl hood oft his face for It I stopped long enough nnd It was Force Jolmt Oil I know him well Then I ran and they followed A little ahead of Iderrue I saw sit or eight of them sprcuU ncross the road I knew Id Imvcjj elltlllle getting through o1 Jumped the fence to cut across the fields 1 lit 1 swarm of them It hud rained them just whore I jumped I set my bach to the fence but one of the Ihlsln m1hugun I Ulleve I came out rom the fence and tWy made a llttltfclrcle around me Xo ono said anythlHK 1 saw they had rojos nnd saplings and I didnt want that exactly se I wAt In to lltelll1 iit n good iimny masks before It wail i rer nnd I caH swear quite a number besides those I tokl you v aAttCRrpIh WIiIpet clear tp shaot wlUNtut hlttiH SWHO of their oWi anil tjw WM a Iotot Ou 11I1l 1i1 Icklflg iJoWl ftir u ny left eye HIM I trkd tttllr- I c apart and he ivreaiHeit H tf ft il Once or twice I f oHJ tIIIt-J U II hilt toluehoolmlMr lII4t- er thc hell1 uuU rliceillC 1I ti 1 I 80t fuzzy and1 then tiuy HI JIwM liiw y I from mo suddenly and t stepped up illtlluM1JlIl 1 j wailed for a tlurry IflIa niul tJ litLIllIhotluh aliout tiie IIAI Itll from tin j tMn I tried to et J tAcoulJoi InrfW I i- Ir IItl u r IUIII JoIt1 I1W1i tU itIIlef 1lItter II lttJa Jt rttjII tNot n1lOut W lot Ii tIIItterWaltl I wif JmIot tllr I tIllIlJtlJht IUI llt 11 catllo 1 I Iht r jIIHtorm to IIr18ollletlrll101 dwa uf tl IlOllS I CIIWII I If t IHUIII1IIse cia rol I jiLTlcmWi otlOIl lJ 1J11Jeil Rh lftl- Ii Hftott 1 1 fcnei t orlrb 11III M of jIlII1t1ll r JIIWlodnllua 1IIII rtlmt I felt and heard n grvat aboutrindisposed of me by hoisting me Into air empty freight car Tho odd jwrt of It was that the car wasnt empty for there were two men already in It awl Inlwtirtn lIowld mtttY1llllIhtJ vindictive TliiiyVeww newiiwl llIg to help I1Ilf a lltnfejthoUKh 1113hatthem to do anythhg unpliHiHfliit would J I wiperlltious I could sea that JBey JhlJiI osketl thm ry tfr tile trainmen for ni Iwif they w VlWf listen or else I coUltluwuk4t wy 1ento Iha t8 II 1 L14Wiiot I r f t rI- i J lilllIIjthIiiovtxl ixstl sslj nnd tile nurse sooth him Mcmlltb rose and left the rooln wllhj II 1I0IsP1I1 stet lIe WCllt Ollt 10 listars again and looked to them to pkc the storm of rage nnd sorrow that Imfi feted his bosom Ho understood lyHuli Ing now the thing was home to hlwj and his feeling Was nt Inspiration qiJ1t fear lest the law miscarry It WIt Itch to gel his own liand on the rtK Ilorner camo out presently ami wV t pcred a long broad profound curo upon the uion of the Crossroads and Merediths gratitude to him fA k jeiu Ilarrelt went away soon litter attd Meredith had n strange unreasonable desire to kick Uarrett iwsslbly rllf Ms Bergeanfn sake Warren Smith satln the ward with the uurso ami Ofly and tho room was very iilrt It WMH Iwig vigil They were only waiting At 5 oclock he was Mil aMve JHSt that Smith came out to say Meredith sent n telegram to Helen wUtch Would give Ilattvllle the now that llHrklesw was found and was not yctgotto from them Homer left for th station to catch a train There were things for him to do In Carjow At noon MeredithI sent a second telegram to Itelen as bar ren of detail as the first lie faR alive was a little Improved Hut this tele gram dill not reach her for she WitS on the waj to Itnucn and lIaR of the pop ulation of Carlow nllcasf m It peemed to the unhappy conductor of the accom modation was with her v They seeiiUHl to reel that they could ramp In the hospital halls and corri dors and they were aH Incalculable worry to the authorities More mine on every train and nearly all brought llower and jelly and chickens for pro c I H r ttl kiclt taUii Je c paring broth awl Insisted that the lwo latter dejlcwtJc be fed to the pa tlent at m t They were still In Ig noninct of 1l 4 trutli nbont the Cross roads ami siwtil the day It was Sun day partly 1 In the way of the attendants partly In planning an assault uponBnc Itouvn jnll for th Harklcss condition duTiTot Imprpv t once Thnsu who had heard hl stati ment kept close mouths nntll the story appeared in full In the Itoucii jiamrs on ye rCVIHT m nDf t the Croasre i lte- CaMVa kMitffid IM Ike Itoilcn jUh Statlwy Hwiwawl a heavily ar Hwse 4 vef to the imHldywiirx wi Si t4nj nteht wwl the sb riff dls covertH ttwt lie might hunrtaVtn the jJWIlctt HHd Jolnwon single li7UkJ awl Hfmrmid Their nerve wafl gone JJWey were kakcn and nfrahland to to their sullen glad Mirrendir they 1 1 Hfion his neck lu their relief at NHtMnpf the law toHchlng kviii They w w h to hear JoUn Hrowns l eily again Tlwy l to get In fcle ef H strong jkll awl 1W thro them wjlviff on the merey of th Mmrtas soon yx s ilhlc AiHljthosajknHim Harklos it no ilihiy In jhcmselvM mO They illd not w Ti to renraWJir Sir t TSiron is Hob othere wi 3lftlt Iwdly and one through Iiuttvlllt i brought them all safely fivHo ally bulletins Vald on their re n octavo nr tv iitrsUay atid o ily was inf Her W MlH II- ijjite in thru Mcnlng brazen Kiim In hot wfiruti havu iVja fiiC Intervlil hfl It wl ij ikH WmtWtm This hq SnW to lto fever tiiiu i vi AlldHloo Tom Jttli W wX slliu younj thhiK nd llotHlfldage ryonth wilh an iln 1 P and a bfihJtah bead W F IflUth preiktsterous neciomunci i i5a u Jl trttuWU JTi waywl his hand ttf y vanlsiud like lbul all tliu saiiie to look exijiilsltely pretty fl linfn vlalil 4n ctn i i contained us charming iat t ulglit Meredith waited Idot hajfjard jM tW ti IlIlrklefll 1111 hll1 111I1l 11- 1I tKinHH1 Kuddenly he spoUeu tjulte Mttlly Mnd the young surgfiu Jay wwi Mol ovvr him rcmefnbewl tlu r wimiMand the toiit all his Wiv Away nnd awHy nermW till WI cwViMM John Harkless She wan t Il11I lulII Vlwit tlt Joliiit whispered Mere i drth fllllklloure feellug easier aretit you r And Joliii Binllwr n ilttle as If for tU moment lio HUW nnd knew his ohl frteml agalH That HUlU night h friend of tUuliicy McCumigseni a telegram from Iloueii lie is Ills paper U dead Your Mine gees before couveutlon lu Sti temlcr OIIAITKU XI IMII HOSS SCHOIIELD wai rn gaged In dworatlng the hilt tentl hairs In tile Herald lll torial room with blue sutln TlbUtiii the purchase or WHICH lit III Dry Goods Kmporluin had tltt11 dlnct 1111 by a 8iullen lusplratlon of nltt sup Mr 1arker of the conuxHlng iron It was Itoss Intention to gar nlsh each chair with 111 tlalxiratuly t tied liow but aa he was no willorund uiiderMtMHl only the Intricacies of a haul knot he confined himself to that H ocles of ornamentation leaving how ever very long 1lIIliftJt ribbon hanging down after the manner of the pendants Of rosettes Mr Scholleld was ulone at his lalwr his two confreres having be taken themselves to the station to meet HOIMII day The wide I rounlry lay dripping under formless wrapM of thin mist and the warm drli ellng ruIn blackened the weather beat rn shingles of the station made clear reflecting puddles on tile unevenly worn planks of the platform and damp ened the packing cases too thoroughly for occupation by tint station lounger The bus driver Mr llcnmlt nUll the proprietors of two attendant cut un der nUll three or tour other worthies whom business or the lack of It called to that locality availed themselves of thu shelter of the waiting room hut the gentlemen of tlu Herald were too lint tated to be conflnwt save by the limits of the horizon They hall reached tho station half an hour iHfore train time And consumed tlieliittrval In pacing the platform un der a big ration umbrella addressing cafh other Only In monosyllables TlwHe In the waiting room gossiped eagerly and for the thousandth time about flu kite events and particularly about the tremendous news of KIsUw Jihld Hen nett lookwl out through the rainy door way at the latter with revereneuaml a fine pride of towiMinnnihlp He de clared It to be his belief that Plsbec and Parker were waiting for her now For all Carlow knew why lU u hUll tone to meet the stnniRO lady nt the station wlien she had come to Tlslt the Hrl rocs whr he hnd with nrr to tile lecture why had taken supper nt tho Urlscoen three time and dinner twlci when slut was there 1ls biv had told till story to Iurker on a meliinclioly afternoon ns they sat to gnther In the Herald olllee nUll Parker hud told the town It was simple enough Indeed nnd lhdMt past wa n mystery no longer It might hare IKHII revealed yours before had thenr Uvn nnythlng iii purtlculur to reveal nnd If It binl iver occurrol to FUhce to talk of himself and his nffiilrs Things had a habit of not occurring tl IUbee Mr Parker very nervous himself felt his companions vllxiw trembn iiKuliiAt liU own as the great enpln r vklng In thu mist and wnillng gnui t clouds of white vapor up to tin sl r Hvoop il down tilt trntk riinlitil bjr them and came to n standstillI11IaJ JJm iJ itforiii FlsUe and the ftnvuun inndo haste to tilt niiirext visti iW iniil were gazing blaiikly 7tlts buiml approaches when they lieiml a il ij hiugh Iwhliul liiiii iih UiiTextlaiii a tpstalrs afid lowiiKiulrrtiuul m iij ladys chaiiywr JusF l liliul JM dear Turning ilckly the foreman IhIa blushing ind siulllng little jsloill n Vision wltli light brown hair H uou riivfloMtl Ja n light brown nilii k ami with ftiiwn ghtvvg from tiiuu till l imllts of iVblgbrown truiiim Iwiif went t let fallens the vlMa 111 flpix u cotton nmnli whili 1 e smitten Judd Iteniuil ivltil gnHpniK against Hip ptntlon- iHunHt therglrljcrieil to the old n man y ni nhoitld havx bern IKMH for mo tetweeii tho devil and ILl dicp jBea UP parlor cur and tlic nimker Ive raven up cigars and Ive Ugun to Mtiwy economy so I dldiil txine on jjIMtin of the cut muljr n they drovoSwjIillv hurt tmin J linirr lit tie dmM 1i 11 II tI IIIr hllir nhorc IIC lrlI th fll 11 eluIIiG A LIte tlllitry 11tII trbe DOmin tlorwilyI 00I B I 8 rlt ir om lJ lt8 i1tJ lao u 11111 dfI if mlnilier of 10III 11 tho government ie NfllrIIlUI body Blwr 1111 lit tThe revolution ls cn XWCtllllt cotwhero 1111 fought Tile iltn Ho ro waltlog for reln1lo1OIUwlollllj- K IIltud States on obont NOVlJort tIfIlIllIlI1I Ill lllllet or In4I- IIIr n t of more tll u IrrlgalIerlllK lItureat l UU I JUlf MI r m UIOlllljIe8 hllllbiCliI lll1YsulllIOII I tho doorknobs A Wue band IIUSHln alltlIUOruklllhIWI81i1l11IlllUIt and a number of ireumtrH suspended lelllugencotirnGtI1n jtrlcatefwtlvlttoofMayday KHruliures aetMIbllt JIn l8Ce that fcry morulnjf Mr Flsbce Upotknown cf tue decorations and IAI dUAWKOKD JAMES JJROllI V MON I LOOK J3EFOHB YotrI mCFISBSny did know wo tloyou nicoaiI il liuoof ow8 III town i t YOU Can Spend money anywhereI Hut wliftii il nmirsiloHii tn IJCW IIIHOlllttt1 ol gilt rdgtil lIlies plewo tile curtoinw 11111 IIh l klml Klltlllempr nuriIiMiidlKv 0 lmv n IIWRlIiclr lino of CLOTH I NnIlilijYunlltnf MADE TO FJT w 11 and v 111 1I A1IJ11011 AND AS GJJl APAH OTJiiaSBS SKIL f Old shOI Qm stuff Ij jIJiu hll t d Dress 3oonnd NotiOS JOllr Tlio 13 u j nnnoii3J Sruly Your Friers- A P GOJACKSON I m COo uhy o CEITEST J5iinRS2ScS sPj j siUlI 0 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK lJackson Kentucky lni1 11 P Capital and Surplus 2050000 Iiye fI JL I Iq lolldi the ilanking Burfnw 7nU aecounu of of- m Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers 4 m Business Men c Merchantsm 1 FIIIIIICS r is r 5rV f 5 Throi llf torn Ivoutucky mill olTor our u Outomun jfl Lti 1110 oot a LIBERAL TERMSltl I tlio liming of ligitiumto lnuinusa I= l 05tEOTIONS A SPECIALTY = u Ids i yc tell IUKM them a faint look cf pain pusse l aver hili brow Hut the Kiel t1l1ll1hltll the room with a dMnclng eye and there were both tears Bud laughter In hvf hurt low beautiful she cried How beautiful f ijbu cnw ed till room and gavertter haml to Kin It H Mr VhoiUhl but 117 The ribbons are delightful I didnt know Mr Hark ICH room was so pretty ltoi lootid out of the window and laughe l an he took her hand which ho shook with H long up and down mutjoii hilt be WHS wt nt Ixller CUBO by iier apparent UHconsclouHmiM of the that the diHV ratlons were for her tlldIIt Aint much I reckon he rllI and itintlnueil to look out of tho ihiw and lmi h- Shi went to the dek and removid her glovcx and laid her rain cloak over chair near by III this Mr Harkless chalrt she unkiil and lUbeo uiimvcr Dig that It wall shu looked gravely at 11 fur u moment passed her bund gently over thu back of It and then throwing thu nilii cloak over another chair wild Do you know I think the first thing tu to do will be to dust everything Very carefully you remember I was coiillilent IIhl tollCgllltrvflHK forenmn Not N tin was thereV I the other and as nrmwroom to hunt CII Itr tllI lltii1 hu tIbe found there In tnl1 UlltJ JimiRlit the devllwho ut admit the concinveXolfliltr superior wlid whistling on tho rajny stairway 1ou liiMtlu and llnd that diwtlttMh we used to have 1II1d paid Invk And presently as they ruiiiiiirtgislw tho nooks and crannies about the irta chlncry lie melted to his niuall awdnt ant Thu paper Is srtved Huddle sflvitl by an angel In light brown You loll tell it by thu look of her Gee wild U11I1r y Mr Bcuoflcld coino blullhlnKrttt Jilin thllI18I1Y Cule dIll you Hn the color of her eyes yes Theyre gray I thought so too show day lUll at Kedge Hollowuys lecture Uut lay Calc theyre klcd of changeable When tie come In upstairs with you and Ffs bttJ they were jest as blue near matched the color of our ribbons Oe reHat I Mr TTpworlhy When till olllorlnl rluimUr had been mndc no neat that It almost gluwtd though It could never It111hll to shlno ns did Flulxo and Caleb Parker and llom HchonVId that morning thu lady look her ivat at tho desk and IOllkitl over the few Hems IV gentle men had already ttmiplliil tIlt her lit nuul Jlr Iarkert xphilnc l many leVh nlealltltM KViillar to tilt Carlow nero aid translated some phrawM of tho pilntliig rtMim and iimbh her lo graup the amount of matter needed lo IIlInn Issue Iio UK coxTLtoca J 4 J I 1 1 INiUoii In Vnll As iiiiuh at ill per cent of orgmila matter ban been found In plaster Taken frpm the walls of a hoxpltu wunl in IurlN Statistics tell us that It Jsnot nncoininon to llnd air In public assem cnlalllllllamouijt of cttrbonlc acid found In puio lilt Of this KHS ToniHnson says It ntlll us a IMIKOH It vu attempt to inhale It by pulling the face iivcr thf wlgo of ti beer vat tho nostrils any thnwt are Irritated so Ktrjiuly till the ploltls cloAes nnd liisplrullonli Iomeu hUllO Out need rel 11I but half an hour In an uuyentlbtll room to 11I Vetflll rfitor 1i8Jte w IllnoelUil4lhB Tody jind thu entire ynlciux will IlIn1HCIJI IU HdUrltlllIJICC I Trl iir Jtnrcu a lli lr- It lifts been Hncovcredtlml the des rt IfiUlitiisj who Imvq nhvfr beeii ae milled with 8iperabnitihuTt wits have for many yiars cmplofOd a mctlioil of tying their horsM to holes In tlio ground that In clover iinhuu iind ef fecjlviv Tin opwutlon of tying a horso ulhlhItJlolvU4ildedlyinuiiglhlo and niiHubxtiinllal out tlia hole The operation Is per formed In tills way Kneeling on the lOt fmnds the Indians dig with their fiknds until they have made a hole about two feet deep They then tie ail prropbulltlthenjUlilllllllllover the knot ID about as huriJlIlIlIlIl1 stone Jxindoii IUIII t IIIlrl UESV HOTEL IN THE Hi IUJS TOanJFIIOM OITY DKIOT V1 ARLINGTON HOTEL S S TAULBEE PROP ffGKSON nENlJOIi GOODJ1VFRyRTABLEINrr FUtST oriBIHIL 1W 7 t t Jtp 1 J J w i L I I1 r t t