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0 a- atflO L I o3totticooI j 6y l Sttito 10 I 4Jf My dstiiuatea of the total vototObo citsl 0 II A ovoinbor 8 100 1 for- II he office of Preflldent ruit rV I r lTt L JM i f v l r r1 U c jr fAt 4 IH r1 oJ t t 1 fil mj0L 1- I j I PlRKE LLLEADI New Yorker Named nt St Louis For Standard Dearer DAVIS QIVBN SHCONI PLACO I DaysManyExcllioO PROTRACTED CONTEST ON PLATFORM Flnnnrlal Iliinlc nnd Income TAX In- me Klliiilniitnl Piirkrr llrartt Urn y Olnoy Vlllntn Vul- lCotlcrrll mul tlllmPropninU for Iartlilriii Mrllryiin- hroiiiulril VoMilnullon of P SI Cockrell For President ALTON D PARKER of New York For Vice President HENRY G DAVIS of Wi Virginia IRt Louts JtilyCVlie Democratic national convention nniwmliled here Wediinday In the old exposition building on Olive street This mon- oItfr moetlnR placo was tho Mocca for tMtRxnctly at 1230 Clmlrmnn J K JonM of tho national committed called the convention to order Ills nnppflrnnoe on tho platform nod tho sound of his pavol brought forth n ChRtrmnnIbe In onlor nnd at once directed tha Secretary to rNd tho call for the oon Appplauce followwl the rend Ing of tim call After qiilPt van mtor oil Chairman JODM announced that the convention would ue opened with prayer by flaw John P Cannon pastor pf Orand Avannc Iloptliit oluirch of St Louts The oonrenttoii arom and re rnalned itandine during tlm Ittvocn on1nthMsIastI cheering Bitwtwl tho cjiatnnanfl aunminoenicnt that he was dlrwctH by he national oo mlttoo to name John 8 Williams SB temporary Qhalrmnn C A Watelt temporary tocretary and John J Martin tem porary rfllntontoflr The chalrmnn npDolntwl Colonel J II Ouffey ef IVnmylvnnia anti M R Tftrpciy of California to ort Mr Willnm to the ohalr Till ccaven lion burt Into clieer ni Mr Wit llami anpetded tbr platform Chalrmnn Vllllanu iteilvro1 hIs addrfn cnltnly and without futures A nipntjim of the unnic of Grover ClovOlnnd was clieerwl betty A moment later tho first IQIqIO Of till SPa Mon oconrnd Mr WliTOin doolnrtx that ltWiu hraten alXrantory to s uo the lanrpln of Qroor ClovHandiTA Hnulilo outbiinit of applfttme rnhIod Choor after cheer rollod through the hall and nlllmunh yu chairman ray pod tho gavel vigorously tim con von tlon ivaq poon beyDniJ1 his control At tho ologo of tlllJllloooll of the temporary chalrtunh leloRates an nounced their commtttoe noioctlons and tho convention ailjotirnod SessjonStnomocrntlc convention nsnemblo nt 10 oclock TbUradntooulor upon the second days session The chief feature of tho BdfUon was tho fight made by William J llrynn to overthrow tho decision of tho nir Jorlty of thp committee on credentials relating td tho Illinois contest The upshot of the conlrovrll was tho rojoctlpn of the minority rg port of tim committee by n vplo ot 017 nays to 299 nyts Thatmh Mr Dryanx speech mill hIs appoaronco pn j the floor WUB cheered beyond any pre J vloiis doinonatrationlt made nij vdtX Jlr Hcntl chairman of tilt cpuifytyl tco on credentials trtf jOt Y port anti Mr iirtotItt5i- i mln prolrlltlllr atn 1 rn i rul ic till illinoiS 1wIjU UT ir ccmtrabcf Coioitti 1tkWSMI Hlul rend I JIs rcjiort nd moved Its Cdftatlon rlute rsultc d In n do- iaiifeatjr Mr ItwIn against C47 TIi ovilUll nto Mr Dry an waR one J lh4YR iL i t cr trnnaplrlnt at ati a 1It events for whlcJi tiict mum U famed Ti1 rcpoHH convmlMo on por t ion rrjommendltJ- IOft IC of MhsOurI fur 1i11ft 1ls Ituhale jW 11I ccr tnr z tonsIjc II r lC I Uw coryiitbtePeA Ilfl ojt- was 4ehtj nhl tfu Na tDii1 1Icojaventtjlrena 1enbIi4j 1 by tho loaders th work rnlgit he cone1jttled with a sIno lo ol Vliet tho delegates cam tcUjthoi nt tho bVsla nlng of tho third y there re malnCll to Vo ccnjllRhed fho flOlk of a nail tho nomlnaUtoj of candldateivrar nnd ljThedor1 t1lf Rabbi Sales of tills city OtTLpraycremmIIteo resolutions an nouna that it was not ready to re port and the roll of Btatca was ordered to announco national commltteomen Richmond Pearson Hobson of Ala bama wan Invited to address thin con vention Mr Hobson accepted tliff In vitaUon and ta B tow mompnti made r lijIIAJi I railn way froth Iho AlabamadoIcBatio to thi platform Ho was tiroctcJ with a round Of applausn and his short sperrh was well received The rcaolutlSns committee still bo lag engaged oil platform tho convcn tlon rocessed till 8jf nu Friday Nlflht Session At S p m Friday tho platform nftrwil upon bYtho commlttCOB oq res ChalrmnhDNominations wore Immediately pro Nowhtltthe list preipflted to tho convention After that IKSimt Gray Cockrell AVnll Wllllamnj Olnoy and Miles w r6 mim d In ippoilioo which took nearly tho flntlro night In tho endall thn elating of thf Porker forces were proBtl accurate Parker had flthln few votes of enough lo nominate nnd those wero forthcoming Thp Hpecohai uttiloh had ben cheered so long and loudly hall nelthor made nor lost n perftWhoa all tilli speeches were male tho roll was called for balloting lint ono ballot wag necessity When thu comtllutedItJurist tutU CR8 vtotifi nine short of the nocownrj 087 but before tho result KM announced Idaho West YlrgliiilH tsil Waihlncion swung Into the Park er rolurnn und the nomination was ollnciioiIGMaxpp ofivlld ontbusiasm followed Qtv floo1cy f Missouri was rig nOfJtJluHoilW Saturdays Session Bt Lolla July 9When tho con vention reassembled at 2 p m Sat urday to name a candidate for vice president the leaders bad not yet reavhod an agreement on eeoond cholM Among tbo considered wore Williams Of Illinois Harmon and Mc Loan of Ohio Turner of WashIngton Gray of Oijjiyvaro and others Moanwlillo Mr Slieelian received a tolocram from Judge Purker the nom Inoe rot president declaring for the Kohl BtatV tird and declining the nom ination If Ills position on the money ijutrition Was not satlsfurtary A re Gels was trilipu to 630 p m at 1I1b hour candIdates for vlro presldmt woro placod In nomination A buitot voi aVout to bo taken when Senator Culbortaon ralrd the jH lnt that the candidate for rice prwMcnt tonkj not be choson until lilt noaveatlun was sure who would be the candidate for president Tho news of l arkera telegram and created IP toniia JlIl1brond t was tiiIfif rboonifift on rflJJ lions olhqornoratc r gold platiltn tim platform but this was opposes fnrthert rooOl1s until 830 p m inltaken 7 Senator Hill Slteehan Murphy ind McCarren Of New York Oovornor Thomas of Colpnldo Cannack of Ttm loPnotof Kontuoky rind others bad a con fcroncp at the Southern hotel to declda on what courso to pursue and n rpy to Parkors telegram was nRrcol to Following is Parkers vtclesrum 11 regard tho gold standard afl firmly and irrevocably established and shall act accordingly Iftbd action of tho I convention today Sh 1IbO ratified by tho people As the platform Is silent on the subject my vlSjys should be made known to tbo convention and f It proved to bo unsatisfactory to the majority I request youtojlecllno the nomination for mo at once that another jnay bo nominated before ad Journment 2 Tho reply adotal1ft the conference Is as follows Tile platform aJoltod by this convention is silent on the rillOstloll oiwIr standard bo cause It In no iy rted by us Sot Isu tr campaIgn atiui- niil campqigiqai Irp mente 1g tbo idatfAt ItirtforP Ulor ts nothing IifU u fressPd by yuu In lhe tol It Jo recd ed WIIILiI- wojrUl Pr HIOR Mil IUIIItnh 011 popttng n tipmiiinlion on rl 4t pm before tlio cotiVcu d iarkrstieranril I t16rrfiitpo tbl iiiitiarl nt I JnH n rio Rlpir Ik I3bis ltr 1I1n partifttiI I tilt dplmt t- tJiiIIIIflflflUsperc A DIIlII jtn W r I Sc llflmlln of II Sf SciiMur- VhIIIani4vfla Curlilfck tr Ilrla ft 1olnl Sbllrj WIJUn a Jte r nnd tbe c i I o lnIyRI1 I tl f rlkO1 Ico III oI1If fli1it ll iijoy sad S- atoranisk Wktlje pI it liiiot ti I flv 4 wIthit vY- t tdst WIJMwuw IncrI IIHnrrlsIfffi roull tVI- amlnntcd uiianIinLsiy clu tiUoUrlled 41io I lop 4 vliidrnr d tm- IInotify jjS l Hrior 1454 ohtr Shurp ctilnJolan of thu wttea to notify Davis Tbd can dHUto for vict prcsidoni was formerly 16fRte8 scanlor from6VOBt VlrwiMa rII T fc The Platform Fkpintforin adopted by tho cof- lveiits contains no reference to tho mbwy quwitlbn The tariff andtrust iilanks hYeiefollows I WdeA uii prOlecllpn uTa rebo- ryktrfit tluo to erjchi tht tw aH4 WaItrJI 5 1 ib l 0I t 7k rSs 06 l i f r StII J Jj I f ty i I rjvot a ttriJT limited to tha needs of tha covtrnmant eeonoraloolly ndmlnlitered and KO aa nOl to dIscrIminate against any IndIpomlbleWe re duction of the tariff by the friends of I th6 mount and for the common weal ansi kpellnrInnot by the frlanco of Its abuses Its ox burdens and equality of opportunities end the constitutional purpose of ralitlnz n revenue ty taxation towltr the sun port of the fwlerdl government In all tie tilmrllcltyWVand combInatIons n ljne l to enable oftp Itnl to secure more than Its Just aharo of lhe joint products of capltfl And labor and which ivi been fostered nnd pro tooted under Republican rule are a men nco 10 brtieflclil competition and an otwtAcle to permanent business pros perityWe domnnd an cnlaraement of thy poirtra of tie Interstate commerce com mliaion to the end that tho travelIng public ant eIslipri of this country may hare pnimpt And adequate relief for tho ntiusu In which they are subjected In the mutter of trmnsportallon Wo demand A strict enforcement of existing civil and Criminal statutes against nil such trusts rumbl nations nnd monopolies arid we demand the enactment of such further lietslHllim us may bo nec isary to ef factually suppress them Any tryst or unlawful combination en- JII1Cl In Interstnto eommeree which It iBMwipollslnR any branch of tiunlness or pruOtiFtlnn hould nut be permitted to Iniimct business outelilo of the state of It origin WlKiif v r It shall he entab Itahed In any court of Competent court of lurlndtftlnii tint such monopolization ex ists Miah pr hll lllon utiould he enfnreed through comprehcuslvo laws to Iw en aoltd on the xubjM- tOthor features of the platform oro KHVUIH vOMtructtun of Iho Isthmian cahsti ranlnliimrne of Monrnp iloottlno In Its full lutefltlty liberal trade treaty with toads reduction of army eel stmr esponillesre Impartial Uw fir labur and copllnl proteotijn of rltlzns at htmerd ahroad K noroiB pansl s by IsstalleIi not by nn arbitrary es erutlvc ofdtr favors up ulldlJ5 Tner hant marin but denounce chip nuhildy liltt Jemnni Iiniwrtlnl enforcement j f etvil srrvlco laws nnd donounecu llepub Ilsn i Hy fur encmachments thereon demands xtrrmluatlon of polygamy and eomjMo mpnrntlon of church nnd stale npprovo Newlands Irrigation net In wIt on dolnj rill Filipinos what WIA done for CutmnAi toyota Perorate rtnte hiK 1 for Arltona and Now Mexlro and RdmlKloiv of Oklahoma and IhdUn Territory favunr territorial government fur Alsaka nnd IOrtQ nieo favors election of 1nltid BtntiiB lMnators by direct vote rondmnna atjjploymQut of military In- lsinlatinhRlltsC vtIzeIis without trial or tor contrbtU6ClBCtlon favors trial by Jury In eflinlmiuca CBrfavtfrii lbcral np propr tlo iiifDr wnterwuys denounces rot IHiiuUllorxn conventIon at Chicago for 110 nice questIon In 1U plat form nhliI pdoaludrn with arraignment of numerous net of tho praaont nopubllcan nlmlntrtratlon The cut y rlink was Kirlcken out and the platform contains no Income tftii plnnk and no reference to the money qilMtion AITKll A WAKM FIGhT Jnpnnrsi Troops Occiipy Inipartunt 01111111 of Port Arthur St PotHrAbtirj July HTho Jap nnoeo are pushing on to Pprt Arthur icnoral Snkharoff ma dispatch to thc foncrar staff confirms the report of thP Japanosc occupation ol Kn Glidifj lie nays that his losses did n6t LJccd 150 klllSd or wounded The 8noral addfl that tho Japanese aro on tlio Yin Kpjy rond Ton Torpedo Doato Sunk Chcfoo July 11rThe Russians as Bert that tho JapanCBe haya lost no loss than 10 torpedo boatIatheIr at Htnpla to roach tho mlfan guard Kulp which wee protected by the atonpladon ships Rlmkb thin Jail I noose In their efforts 16 block the en trance to Port Arthur Tliu gunrdSIlII1I anchored bohlnd tho wrec An entrancfluwn opened around the foot of GoIdehHUItbut the remainder uf the chnllnIWn closed with booms iusklisgIt lntfsIblofor torpedoes tot- tiLs I Japs Lose Ii Warships lien Tsln July 7 Advices have Juat bOn recelvcU here HtatlnK that at 0 p in on last Sunday four Japanese destroyerS inada fr deter le attenipt ta enter Port Arthur nnd attack tile Huwlan licet Tffn do Btrojjpi wore dlsgovercd by the shore Im trlcs QHO of tim destroyers was stinls under Gulden Hill another un j r8hpro battery No S2 anti a third on l fi funnel shot away Tho foiirjJ ono Bucccedodln effecting a refruat J ArmyIc 12 pancro hftyo ijptn hopa oft Kal Choa Jtilsf be touchYliho I jchoi3tI tIjccU4IqfIQs rJhttka a laadlnK wll d4nbItaMcotI9Jy mile nt Yin leo i 1 Jfiluftlereri ConftQ IlttsburK Vn July HJ Julia still whl with lrnnk Otts1iko col orcd will hnnKJ1c tt Thiiror the murder of Grocer Jam l ti as- ClllfLiii4Ct to four otbe ers JOhOIlQ imys Jlow sIJorn hilannlt w ttIKtl is years ed ttn 4- IIILSH a lraaip Two fJiltm- x rc wth litet treviIrg la ii I La Vlrelnlii rwtrte IIfIIlartICJr1 tit1 for tht 5 In i41t Jlire their bodltf from t In train was goIng ILlS utno tv b rcI ercd a like Into on iiCioOr1a oatl ExploslonCrlill1I rl city from lII a warrant efinrglng him wllh llii turiler ot the 1t mien lIhIetI sintiOof the f j Fcoo Cpinai JjillnBrfl union atftl l worked several mines In the4tirIcL = I General Toral DtlMaQrld Juy I1 Torah who commanded tnTSpanliili garrIson at SnntlRgo tvhdn thtt 11 wrren dcred to tho Itnltcd SU Soree died at nn asylumTfqr tf4n9ar hero Tho craqnl vb Be troodlnff over Uls caplt sJI fa f r jtV i BUNOHED PARAGRAPHS i RELATING TO AFFAIRO IN THIS STATUSiUnfnrtunntn Tragedy In Which n Kutlicr nml Sot Are the Prliirlpnl JlIlIllItrIfortunate tragedy In this county hit I caused a profound sensation Nlmroi I Hyrd Jr son of Almntua Dyrd i farmer had been to Winchester an l- It Is said camo homo In an Intoxicate condition Ho went to the homo ci his grandfather Nlmrod Byrd Sr and began a ncrlcs of d sperati I doings Ho secured a mattrcs nni featherbed from the upatalrn and s them on fire threatening to burn th building and to murder the entire family Ills father hearing hi shotItho door in his frenzy armed as b was his father knowing the dangerous character of his son fired killing him Instantly D3VIIIReception to Elklns W Va July l1uhly SOOl people gathered at the West Virginia Central and Plttsburg railroad station hero to greet oxSenator henry 0 Davis who arrived on his special car from tho convention at St Loulf When the train pulled In tho station the music of tho ftlklns band which headed the throng was drowned by the shout that went up when tho Oem ocratlc candidate for vice president appeared on the platform of his car Hon T W Dalley and Senator Elklns each delivered an address of congrat ulatlon to which tho exsenator responded voicing his apprMattdh of tho honor which the Democratic con vention had conferred upon him Killed lria Raid Memphis Tenn July 12As a ro suit of a raid by deputy sheriffs on n gambling houso hero Deputy Houston Mitchell is lend and Deputy Thomas J McDermott is mortnlly wounded Frequent raids have boon made In crop games recently Five deputy sheriffs forced their way Into a place on Ds soto street near Union A moment later a fusllade of shqts met the offi cers When the smoke cleared away Houston Mitchell was found lead and McDermott with a bullet in his nj domen The pSflco will not say wlo lid tho shooting but expect to mnt3J1 several arrests soon- Awarded Damaacs Oreensburg Ky July 11 A vcr diet of 2GOO was rendered In the clr cut court hero against Luther niako man In favor of his nephew Aaron Moss on a charge of slander The do fondant reported that 10 or 12 men I had been missing from his neighbor hood and that ho htt seen Aaron Moss haul ott men orrfft sltdo anti had defendnpilcndcd I was an fiSlluclnatlon tKilled by Lightning I Evansville Ind July 12Frank- Lomastcrs a messenger boy was In stantly killed and business bulldlngn damaged by lightning which accom panied a torrential rain In l hilpo lion of the state Reports front out lying districts tell of heavy samnag to crops Green river and other trib utaries Of tho Ohio river are swollen and a high stago Is expected hero Tho damago by lightning will amount to several thousand dollars Woman Kills a Panther Whltcsburg Ky July ItThothreeyearold child of Mrs Louella Morris a widow of this place was attacked by a panther while playing near Its mothers home Tho woman scared the animal away but reared another attack She procured n rifle and followed It into the woods1 finally treeing it had then by n well directed shot bringing It to the ground It Is one of the largest specimens over seen in this vicinity Killed His Wife Covington Ky July 12John Hil lenbrand glass blower 33 flndlnirlila wlfo III company with Dennis Eagnn Inn secluded plac shot at itJtRn Mrs Hillenbrand BQClrigho weapon drawn t jumped In front of Eagan with a scream nnd rccelvcd tho baIt lioruclf dying Instantly Hlllcuhrand hind sus pected his wife and watched tho house tJnw Item leave the hottsejoIn Uagau and go to the place where the tragedyr occurred Result of Saloon Quarrel Lexington Ky July 12 James Doyle was shot mid Instantly killed by Henry Thompson 19 in a saloon here The quarrel arcao over a card game In which Doyle Insinuated that Thompson was cheating and tuck icturnod with a pistol two sliots Dovjo died Instantly Doyle was ji Spanish war veteran and wrote numerous articles for newspapers Patricide In Kentucky Hopklnsvllle Ky July C Mack Hern of Paducah 28 shot and killed his father James Hern CO a bar keeper Tho dead man had been dl vorced and married again and tho son took offcnso at remarks made against his mother and they exchanged blows Later Hern walked Into the saloon arid shot his father Id Mil two fathers It they talked about my mother Is his explanation Afr Four Years Frankfort Ky July UAller an absence of four years In which his friends and family had mourned him as dead John LScoWrJxSccro tary of the state board af tqmiltzatlon- rrived hero well anti h rtyRnd was iirsttilstsd titian Jti7etltflt iT tfJ t tr Yt ff Ii Ifj i i t1rI I re 4 I Yo I 4 Do you work day in and day out for small wages and with little hope of ad vancement We can II help you leave the ranks of the poorly paid many and become one of tthe wellpaid few I 7 Thousands have already doubled or largely increased their salaries by following our plan We can help you qualify r at home in spare time and at J Iilowlnl Jorvcjor Draftsman OrtamtntalDealfiir Archltact Chemist BooUecpar Steo J ofrapher Teacher ShawCard WrIUr Window Drum or Ad Writer IWrite TODAY stating which poll Hon lutrreiu jou to- INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schools Box 799 SCRANTON PA 1Z4 OR CALL ox UiS LOcAL R1iSIIUT4TIYXt Our reprelIlnllve k i5 In Jackson Kf Jlonce n in nth A postal card lidresrtT to the IIIIrnnU1110orrepolldence 8chol hut St Clnolnnntl 0 villjniurnToiintij perjonal Informa s Ijpn you niny wish t Jackson Ky Apnl JSlli 1901 rntnrimljpiinl orre8PoI1I1 ICe Schools j XV Scr ntonPa AJxnil two years ago I ItPiititrcil In tlitMivlfcnKliiearIiig courts In oiir RchoijU In order fi obtain this larefcwncB library llisV ijobg wjth it and iUiht mo littar to say thai I value i 1 10 IiiisIiie try JfJhIJ r hiivo cateftilly Jiiitiiiit iI I lit same nml ueItrreQuenL IVir iny work pini UmP It a very lliiiriMi h anil iirnitoul dlsoiulon sh 05 fllhJCl1 PfhlllliJlJJ civil Afneerlllil it 111111 JyilKiniiit ll constitutes it treatise hhhtter tiInlti I Iltft rtlImirnieiiti of ilhe working mgiueer thin anything 1 P 1lof itihl siiti Jr t v Yi iri truly AHA 0 Raw JWDeaUOlltractor for llrik and I Stoitu Work tiOCumcnl for stile IlodfJlim n CIIlWICI nnytliiIIL IJI2i Inlp 1 JACKSON KY J 00 j Suffering Jj Will Not Help YourcDisease but Weaken WillI 4 Nerves I II roike who tbeUer to best pain than sooth ttare wrong Oldfnnhloned doctors used to tar it I was helter bocauio they had nothIng with which to ease pain but dangrouzj hoartpnralyzlnjr drugs I nut now that a safe remedy lmaa 1w1Itgained but weakened nerves frA safe rule to remember ii Wb a t- In lf imln take an AntiPain PUt This wilt Bootlm your quivering nerve 1 Dr Miles AntiPain Pllla relieve pair 1 a jliy restoring the natural Bocrtttoiu fat f which they differ from opium and aIm lIar narcotic drugs which rclltva pain by checklntr the action ot the gland They are sure and harmless and an theIIlhoumaUsm DIzziness Tootnanha RtomnchnchP 1onatnial Monthly C Pains Also nerve Irritations Ilka Ha Blckncm CarSlcknoss BleapUainaw Jt Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick in reiulta- I +t i have used Dr Mllea AntlPabl 4 rltlanra i tHy recommend curative proptr rrlLYold by druggists at He tony M JIt ttrnt does not help Novas W IIIIn built lsw Write to us for Free Trill L FREE jackaga of Dr Milts Anti Pain Pill I the New Bclyntlflo itaid7for Pain Also Symptom BUnk Our BpcclalUt will dlagnota your eaaeLt K 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body of a fashionably Ilro BCd woman wag found lu a roo of too total Milton St Louis what o sho registered ua Mra Smith uf Now York At Waketteld Mich the residence of Earl Walton superintendent of the Ilrotherton And Sunday Lake mines was Uoatroyod by dynamite No plow to the pcrprctratora Andrew Cunco prominent wholn Bnlo fruit dealer In Chicago was fa tally a+ hot by a mnn named Cresclo In front of his place of business It la bcllovod Crosclo Is liiBano- MOMtAV Unknown negro lynched at Gordo Gn for Insulting white women At Loraln 0 Joo Chunko drowned himself otter a quarrel with bill sweetheart bey at UhrlchsvlUo O Former Postmaster John Field a loading business man of Philadelphia committed suicide by shooting A quarrel In the construction camj 1 on thu new Indianapolis and Cincin nati traction lino near Juliette Ind resulted In the killing of Jamoa Wit llama by Doc Lewis Otulla and Charles Fulk aged 12 and 1 children of Henry Fulk died at Hoonvllle Ind from eating arsenic spread on bread which had been placed In a cupboard to kill rats Hdwnrd Karl and Charles Koyser frowned In a small lake near Hrcmon Ind whllo fishing Karl had an epi leptic fit and fell out of the boat KeyMr Jumped attar him and wa also lost SATUItDAY Leo Schaeffcr 20 drowned while bathing near SaniliiaUy O Patrick Mollutt 27 Dig Foiir brake man killed In yanls at Columbus O Grand Rapids Furniture company Portsmouth 0 assigned Assets and liabilities 8000 Announced at London that Mra Mnybrlck will be released on ticket o leave before Aug I Rhode Island state building at worlds fair sold tea St Ixwla niau wfTo Will use U for a country home Jury In the duseof Bert Sodders charged with the killing of Harry A House n Dayfou fO saloon keeper returned K verdict of murder In tho Jlrst decree with a recommendation Nfor I 1Michael Kano n Northwestern Traction company conductor shot sail fatally Injured his wife Mollle at Inillannt olln and then sent a bullet nip his own body making a wound that may cause his death KItlDAV State Senator W W Chapman dlod of typhoid fever at his homo In hay ton 0 Cloudbust caused flood of Turtle creek near Pittabdrg Ill Two boy ilrownod Tairick Mellet Dig Four brakeman cruuhod to death coupling cars at Co Itilnbua 0 Lea Schaefer 20 fell Into Pipe creek while alighting from R 0 train lSandUBky 0 and drowned Emma Tlltonof Coolvlllu O died at WelliYirlcVi if after illness of two wcfka H Usa obJ bating polttoncd candy X 1 t ormAI1 WKed by being plow inhJRtrtvelhig Grano at now tnhrn br acroija thi Mississippi I1t T rf in IJAY Port 4 f ChoiKilpo Guatemala de 8triiyof n tor i + f1iIuJJt Ji i ff Ill altg rJP VHpletl Atotlinrter Ffshor 4t r1 bf Chi cluhnil hnportrrwtjl tfujiriMles com snilttP pulcldo utYork JallaniSunk ktliiniinvan bay July 6 ll1oloI 4attJtilter UurchlI saw 11JillllnDlckcrllon Hflrnljors arid jjlonaa Sims two or our ncyroeg vfS assaulted and r a l lfe 1Ir1e tile of Hurling Hi fit illailulphla I trr Tl branchreadwrtc t Bill h Ishanl sale a1 + XcL y lat M iii ptrulman1ittsbIbly beatttf 1y 1r I Ikit1 Philadelphia a d tedfItcha fan in IJrookly lira Plet Ui our rDlafrIOt lima tr er- codl1tdu Mrs Johaa 40lit the worlds fair groun r John latcllff 10 kIH ar amd Hlzon- Uatcliff 19 A brotherXid Rutsell Injuredby s near Marion Ind v a- Urlo gItUs tlty llenn It forhlne- tp yp tlte I leFY + A M V- r rtli x 1 Fhe Best Offer Yet or j bCT I- 51x Jlnjitlie oni Louisville ltfStlono cwr iuih U- iBrealhilt Co News title ywirn- wlONE CrtltSSS x nt thu IIFrJor One Dollar If you urn n Doinoprnf jlJH will vtinl lo roml tint UI11IUinlUlttitay If yon tiro n lip 1 nlbli0nn ynu will want o maul ilia frlIivtJIol It r aid during the riiiiijinigira eatitnto ratio hits lirtNtlhitt Coniitjr Ki uuitrylo Hot the S10OUUiU 1rizo 1MPKOV13D 11A1N SISli VIQ13- OlVorcd liy the ttI Uoulc LunlnbeUvoonr ConiineneliiK Siindny dune Sfch K niuiikyM j oiulnr lino tins HeiHlfr ton Ilinlo will Innogurnln n colt sl1- tort lay inrTlHtf bcttvucit IruhliIr and StUinU In ua litlfr MltiiiiHiiil it I- IIIIIJlrotlt till thud nil ttlnlPlllr IIII ally of all truln b lwfeiillise 101 lIltMlleretI1edali air Ii tiCh9dIlIJllllh Itt9In and fuills oi y lunve I oil II hltI Iii SIOnfI i PKW I 111 nnJ 700 a in ArirettJliJMlIk 0 Itllu 720a in and did fWJft Vise equipment bt Norff1e t i rom the iliuui of tile itMt mi vestiluile ittllurii hodh ng flm r any Irvin uiernllni liiur out NI d- tlluky a Tlie 8HQ 11111 IraHi Ihrd0git ii oliangu uf ante ulll bo ruyi i IlillniHli UbierVHlloll Iurlo r i r Pree ItecllniHg Ufcnlr Ours U X patellieOUOi in train thKiMif ti Ih tI I uhnuipiuflaresvillaorteleta I1 ninii dies hiK Unn Fran 1iIO- hllir on and hth lrrek MI i d uar uuadlitM Ph7d1a in train illbev IilrOar Dinlnn Onra ntMl IdgkwL rlp- assenger wneWda illtnUIlItI a la cnri yore poi ln li rl you jet til triiliii will Inure from nd st Hill the tltrraiI jut Im + lrmi loiilsvillf nrriviiiK Hil d I111I11t from thin uiupiltlittait IKW Inru Su liuliSt ltuio IiiiiurliniJflK i Mr tifkrii it Si IJMI i e or luxdnld rMt auk Hi wu fur Ilrnllrra4X1 1r4111dr11 Will lUHr Ihrlll III 111 Illll Will 13 Kllld Ml llflfl IIHI llnl aJYnlljrtlt Jl1 MltinnVil LL r Irq iffiwith tjtiiillDuI111un1u0ertJ4 Ituu rviirt hdll t lfi riil I I Iu lnii + liirh IIIIH IHWH Iwrnirl llr units g4111 ri Jjrntrwkut VIy t40 K TKSTO lli1I 111- iii S fl TlIIiRX H IVAY Imil nccount of tin 1 nKtcrtttic National COIIIIlItj1I the Southern RailMt tillsell ticket from Iin im to St Louis auj3 tnnuiai rataof S1O65 TirlitIn sale July 2ml3rc1lili III andOthI daysfromf i llATKS Oli vvWt j L t I 8fs1 111 J 1 t JPcf e RatireS ntrout 1nilNcarly nil tti s dl alary tonic nr noW nbnolrtel Mi tdu 411t t itcn tusslan lslfut- iWoats tq Ja anenv tranepartii na4d resultvnlnlj Russon tip Sun 1 njliyrllceur i 1at viiToS freporta VT thot msatnaaf f i tinno taanele OU I I ArtiWW r rhr ta rnb flotilla tont tIIlroyerlland sunk Our ca and fRanI Rusplanorpedo Arthurhe ran Admiral Togo blocltade and coma here with dispatches for the array and for Bt Petersburg This IB omCOl8jwero iP srt J- i flt F 1 of JRt t BROSIfjf ===COMPANY r r Wholesale and Retailr IIMC the most complete stock ofI GENERAL 1 MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting ofa L IJ rgJlGOQd I J f tiOISr f ef 1 I JI Jta j C t Sf OeS We have the Finest line ofSHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the Latest Style For tIle Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Sloes money could buy nillinery GoodsThis Department is under the man agement of Mrs R J Fulkerson who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODSII- li nil the Lnlcst Patterns and weaves Fresh from the liustcru 11111 rlcetstIf you need any louse Furnishings or FURNITUR 1 Vn are the I CQIlc you are looking for we have it b3 cat loads to suit V every hod1wV I Conic and see us our KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Prices Are All Right i I Illhllllllltllllllllt111111h1IIIIIl01111111III111111HtIIIL iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiijiiir 4 t k rQhY BROS l COMPANYi G9 I JacISoIelltuc y- iIi a 2 nn rr 1 f i C 0 i v y i tI- I jjr r Jkl r 0 jj The Breath ill News lubll1l1lml Bw 1Ihlu = L IsonnlLM III III 1ln d Yegtiarnnteen larger i run la lion tlmii nny ollior jmjiur publish ed in this section Matting nt Duy Hros Co Circuit oniiit lienln Ml Hlndinm next MornUv which will licTmlye Onnl licrt llrtl Irrnt nt llml plnrc Ice Crcuiu nt Davis Huatftitraiit lUnllu Kuril of Wolfe ennnljr wm vUHIng In Jickui Friday mid Sill III dity HarrNon 0 nnli4 hits corn and 1111 fur vnleat I Jointi ft 11194 Uble Alliirni J lui V IHirtck went t 1 1 hid limn Saturday relnrnlHK Minidnv Tt coati you nothing to gtieja Inrfer Grain rrturiiiul Moidiy fimt lluifl Orrfii Mrliero II lind pent r Metk at the f mou 3niii ii irtng Yon rill Kl mral ilul hiu lim cround on n water mill of llarrlnin Coml at Guinli ll u Inlile Judue Vin Uubmt couniy Jndct n Knolt ronniy wa here on lniilin lIut ot the tr ck Any Give wanting Jliainji n nuiwtr or lUyrnkc Jail nil or IIl1rllIISll I 4i ilcailrrilleKy Union SlffoW will tit held nt flip Irrthylerlnn Ohtirrh nexi Sundaj ullIlI It the UHlal hour Our guessing contest wiiy menu a fortune to you Try it Mr Tolly KvciuIgH vlf of Thaintt Kveridue of Illndiimi dl dnl liri dome latt Sunday of Tyfiluild fever You gut thu best leo from the Ice rIUitl J It Blake and family returned Imnu i lot Monday floin Mlitourl very iniitl 1lrued with ihrtr trip Now is tho the time to buj your matting ut Day Broi Jo HHV Ben K tilgttaff who wai vnrj lick lat week wan f u fa rJamerrd to bll able to KOO ltsxlnKl mMuwUy The beat Ice rOtlIU Parlor nt t Davit HiutHtinint Mr Miner J ll nlm Ml near bei Ijonie acton 1111111 ilandlu 11 Sal uiday fVrnliiK and pralncd her nnn nnd huuldrr from which the It tiilft r very much She hurt lit taint arm by fall in the url Spring I When In Lexington Mup with Hail f t Bio at Heed Hotel ilrt Etiluratuim ha been appoint ed Ioitmurlei at Uannel Olty Bhe If the daiiuhler ol Mr mid 11Juhlllollfl loco ol Fiuzeli Orcek Thu It n Rnoil itlectlnn and wo aru KlnJ hl K1 le J1IIIIm lIt H F Davis theuIto rnlls will deliver you ico promptly CUIIDtllho11I ivr II po Oaimul Otml Company ot Gannel Git for everal year and altendi ttrlol r 1 to Lllllu f v Go to Davia Keataiirant Ico Oreain Uarlornnd get the best Ice Jreain I I T Bulln the ponlrnclor 111n nov in procei of conitrucllon addition to the ton of 8 11 Slldhnm A bm nnd- dwelliiiB11 for It L DavU P I Day Bros Co have received 100 twIts of new mattiitg which they arc selling at gr at bnrgnins Jilm Deans new more lions It near UK lomiileiltui under the workntnnj Ihlp of L T Folln the conlrocinr 1 Ihe palnilns wmdonebjJa Ho Hn 0 U Ihompton doliiK thu paper iani ft Whtii complbltd It will bn I tu riiinent to tdnt rllrt lit llm town Sulciuinn Wauled To cull the SIIIII cr Sewing Miiohines in III 0vklny IIIcOIIIn4tJDIDIIIr Mgr Jackion Ky Sue S n Klevnnr for barenlnt in clocM A nile 8 dny mantle ulook ur- fl 00 Oilier tell the tame clock for 1260 nilSt Our guessing content is for 6ir present as well ns new subscribers Each gets ono guess for enc h 50 ct paid on subscription Public School To Betjlu July 18 The puLHfi School will benlii Monday July 18Ui at T Q Backt resid nco Piol James L Mobro and T 0 Buck are the tencheru IlJllliflltlShuol o fI 4 TIIt f4 tiill- 1 Iir j j J r llrj 1rJ r tJ llfJCIIIh A opil Sliiit m IJmidlHof IlidlllOf 111 rllllrI llIitrlll hIHfli l ll1 nllI III- I uif hill J I hII 3lA1 11II JM IIiIIlJ IIBU and liiilf Rf0jl IIII dlll T 1 OliA r + 11 1 IUUi IIIM 10111 lilte iillloM in inrlifxlHr niul 1111 Vfinn IIIHVP ihw IIII lit II 1 IIIlP1j11 JCllnltr 01 r nil lirrti to ilini iilnfe lilt will II Hive lii fninily ihrc nljniit Hnpinm r It Thi IIt tfiII I III rmLon h Mr Militia one f Mir Iitt ml itiiiiint I I rIII X T Kinirniul Dfiulol Tuilltco if Titiillicf vero hgio lunt Mondny in tho iiitcrifit of lliuir cchnnl Mr Ivin j vm rueoullynppoinlud I trulltlC 111111 hLl nlld Ulliliol 11111 IIM uniplityoil Hnipo Kianur 0- URch tlio whoiil rliin Ijpwivor lid not li Hi 4 tho IIIOIl1 III Mi King nc ivuil iiotino tllnt hu had IBOH iincliHr o1 116 iilld Mr mullieoput Irof UUuorin ohur u of IIiIIIhul Mnd onilto over to OTII to prt I lmtaror pjfdloction tho law wonl Hifnhl tjmifl Who Is To Blame 4 Irow frnuilR woro cioiuiiiUlnl nt variunt prudncte in thlt Oflunly t the last nIiHtion IIOh hlyut lro on Onkdult HIM ltCk o t 2 Hie cortilliHio df Iho OakdillQ pro einct wui flmnxwl by tolltftciHbIIf tar it hud Ixon ninwl hy tho pfli oors of eliriitMi which olinilgal tho rouU in no It II ihitit tft0 of tho oillcon tlint iif tommoi1hll Attornuy and meinlier of Ol i g ttlnture Thrw I iiHnd jiidoaliuro beon in MMMOII in tliii L oitiity dio tint time JH II lit IIM bown In- tiiciod for mi nITfiiiH jiHin t ll IftOtlonInws Ulin H to bliimot- Tliara iII plni of f ood man in lltiieoiiiily Iould return IfonultvoxdKK luit very row of tliBlU got to Humon juriiw Who Ii to Uktniff A Good Word 0 liut StitiiUy ICiv i m llollliliy f Jntrfeion 1C HIM iult a lart H uon jriVtOii nt the tihunli hui e nunr the monlli nf IliiiUliirn 1IuinceoinpH- ultd I y I II I hl11 r deputy Oitnii olurk 11116 vu nn ii riiinlly lUll toilithl ftir Uy Mr llllil y null was tha churd thai hi uncle TMI llutllduy had titled fur ninny yian Mr llnlli lli i IBIlilun 1 nt n viry ini rt lvu one upon thu Inml altvll dxirinu niul tliotutnl llepmvity uf man SI I Int Hday in a llmt ibo pejl uf vim niu lly if lUirLloni ilPMrrn lijior und pralie fur 1MtJ H wd outer ItitiiniQil Aflur Itiihifj A 1nlyl Ivi M jitnrs 0 nnttV AII0urelnrm il imp dny lut e lk loliU hum nenr Clit lloUt after nn IriUirneu lIt nltmit rrhtill yfnrt Ulilld 1oluruInK home from n public spunking ut HID inoulhnf Olny Hole In the year 1800 he with Irul olhert rn iulil In n IlKht wln n Nitllmli IujjalH niul Jiihll Nix UHie killed Alen nml Jilm Omitl rll worn nrro I1 ed bud IIIII In jail hut Mr Allen 111 Dspfd Oninplmll will trlwl nnd Mil IUIICIM tu th4 penllmitlnry fur mol but he wmimml il nbniil ttvn ycnrs ngi llrAllfiiliiii retiirni l hnine uiitl siiys hu Inliilds to slinl hit tiiil nml nlililo hyli l lntr Tlml he uill nt nituln lenve hfiifaiitlly ntlMiK ci iii ullcd l do in h1I a l It Allen omiliiiiieil In lire lit Ihflfll Ibllltlflllllllll hual 11111 uJl tfti tu 1 Ii fJh IfIIIe I r Oiil KMil4trIn1inb will be u Seplenij tiurfilhtvllh nit M J lilol n ns piincipnl Of thefnunlir IIr In i t nr Mls Kvnlyn IJyrd Itiy will IUIVH oliHrye of lint mmhjdeprrim m lln Allenu brnk will ncajii ho iili tlif Iii ifrmollitie Oapiuiment i VMiiie Mmr Mary Irvine will lit nmir ii f die OtdleKo UiirTiillory it Mirlliin which slu ling nbly Itllett or baveial rnro Of tho now timniburn nf the fm iUy dllrIIIUllirllldfJ urudiinle of Iliol culleeu nnd ni leiIent Inkeng peolnl IrulnliiK nt I Iviiux Hummer Schaul MUs liny spent tlm eiiniiiiKi vncathn ut thefijiL IIIS of miulo Cincinnati nJdltljf nil lerlully to her lrently rare ifadnpoflt menltiis u iniiliun f J The term wlllVoii 111 fjI piOinlse nndpipspeort jrwityirnnrj ton of he fnolilty lust year IIIIII btiflii fully tried nnd fdimd ablo nnd with new member ivho come highly ireoiimineniUd the retnltt of she term liromhe to bo thti best In the history of the liulltutltm iw i iwf onIn Prize v WATCHES For The I4ahllriu man rufl sillll 1I11aJ1 Clirxiiitu Fit h WatchtS lor j Preson tut ion PtRPOSE 2500 5000 And upivunl HEINTZ IS AST MA- IOi1osrriiii Ill gr1I01 IX- FH X I x nN IY 11i r Aahoyvho hRPI ICIMI qllitO lick ivory much liollor 0 OttJlgUIf hInllll tplrill lit hUll ilmlr ivunl lllndflnti oliKlrliy Itw Alarjrillr r Mill HI elltillft Mr M J nJ nti JJjHn II e IlilUIiOtl ARAIU lit it nblij RUB y Mi full liiMrmtititnt lid Mill thlpat thf fulKixIii limes ami plitu a lluUm ICIklMwn AHcriui IMI- HtiflklMiffll I O 111- 11It IHlh r Klkainwn Aiinu t 19ih Jo1J IOih 1111 I lil Ir ill TnM J ntjrn ltl Agitt lames Kash Dead JaiiM tuhllr NMtli MlddhMouM Itmtiliill unnly dliM at bla hoilir TIm f ftlrI t at ItvtIItlr nn tUnn 4 tar many HrtiiHln Thr ftliiiTi1 HW inlvrir rnt IHtk pnw HI Ql1hlll11lf tdlllll r nr11I fit waf it nntivi of Itr atltitt rMiuly hnling loslllwl lh rt UHtJl thu lniiiiiiip uf the Citlf var hrii I if wriil t SI ni BUlery tiifJj Ui lltnl Jir virHl yBnrs rfnieil n lurgi family t11rp Mdeil lliwtu unlit rttviilly ulmn lit went t4i lrufJh1I tNMiniy lit I fiyifi two HHIIII ntxl Rvi diiMghjiir I itildix a numuiir of eKiw ruJNlirct RIIIIII hmi nf fri MiU I mtiirrn hk lic IR CLININO CII Cl I S- pp ON urit SOUTH 151 nu II TJtIUf iKXi GIf ik ST IsOUIS ffl JfTlfo SouUjotff Hnilv y nunfifTjn 01 Ulo1l1unan ji OIl wilhin lto lie 10 cluJ Or ijvclillingchatr to bo oji t ho tweoii KoKiugtonrttid Hr Ioui Tin HII thorn Htiihvgt aulcinlu on tin lookout for tho comfort of thrir jvitroni nro lonvinp nothing un dono to show tfiwr tijiprfiiiil ion of tho flplondid receipt ion jjivon thi through jorvicu from lIx lIjICln toSt Louu Thff HtTviri vn innii glirutod loilio tWo month HIJO 1rlllIIi 1 1011 Ir 11 l1ltlJr uo tQthoW Id VIII 1IIr I CIII t rI I 1o far hi i slliIII I I Iln JOJflirw 1 p 011 7If tlillOI i11Ir5Lht101i r1I HtiIn 1JlurftHttt r C J1 JM toyIp w illJIt thmugl Ii Iqll IIJ- It1 r IIIIIIU I tllllltl J neur he III hw 1 I i l11I III iUII nld th 111l hI i IIIt uihei I IIfl IHII It I lIliJ1 IniiilaoKii rllllIIu1 ivjin tvat near 1 h Wtltt ntfl U IIIllhll lrlhllllI III wIIch 1 Is rlll11 IIIIKIItllIIrGIIIII li lrllhl1lll 11 nunc about our geat guessing contoat V 1 i h I The Substitute BY WILL N HARDEN Jv Author ofiIXfiner Daniel 41 The North Walk Mystery EtcI IN TIllS PAPER Tho Substitute by Will N Hnrbon the dig tinguishcd authors highest hchicvumcnt and ono of the best stories of American life ever paperIiPRAISE FROM THE CRITICS Decidedly original motive ami fiill of ntwlnt folk portrayed with J clMe o ioLa THE BREAD MAKER m IM fxnrii f the rftiilt wliMi iifin- yAAansficldjS Flour vim Imvo Illnil fit rinht n mllrr Hour mill In TATICNT ir MOUNTAIN LlUJJ l Sovitliorn Rnihvny Miles Sliprtcst v VluvV nl Si 1 Ml triilnI- JlllllU un Jallf nt lfli e ri Excursion duyt A 1 i1t r tlolttItgclIl rnRt 111 tirlllII I tdl lr 1C tL AIII Olllh 1 nlILfi r jllkloll I OWti IMS r11I J IIII 01 JfIIIIUII 11 0 U Hniiu rfo1rdiUl IaMi glt 2iKuurtli AvJ AfllI I U el t- IOI J i 1i0 v i i lII J fidelity A cry human story IthAt make it n picture of real American Brooklyn Ju fjlc r- A wholesome wen toM sto tllnII upon tho nilftrprict nnd thVouijlujijt trie story la till recy yiKorlhatrejiuHsfrom a deep true fciovlc ljeJ1 region depicted afid tfie jilen tal p tp project HLlter Rr mst The Su1 tittitc is n better book than Mr Harbenc great ly pn Aimer DanicL III ginM U iii the Scuttle Times A eound wholesome of North Georgia life with real hieUirs limner nnd char acter It is as gK l ns Air Hartiens Abnrr Patiicl and tlmt it toying not a little 411 till Mb tht lIauIUlon W Mahle in TheA r iul at the J wJt O UOQ1 the wny 3 the rrivi eulo Vcn to Uiulavile Ky Oil life tic grn tInUn talc nnd J r WAJfrKP Vo buy poplar IURS for Tiuieur wurVIH inr his nnd up nny lenglh will pay wish V J Gil son- Nurtiin Va All wlni are ji jd to tht lute of J U mll and M Mrwl ait fI CUIII rnt i ti uleUh J hoI IftJiIt tJ lnlll ncr J- 1II HI 1 III 1 lIsll1rll 1 rr f11UJJjYt tlt11i CIIIII t hllTlI T XIIlJUIl r P SKVKXTKKX KlLHiDi- M SPiiRcr Train Cruihea luto an Kx T curslun Trnln KowYork July 11 A regular pas senger train on tho Greenwood Lake brnnch of the Rrlo railroad ran into an excursion train that had stopped to lake water nt MIdvale N J enteon persons wcro killed outriRht nnd nboul 100 Iujjir d somo BcrTously Tho victims of tho wrack lived In Now York Jersey City and Hobo ken The accident la bolleved to Save rotultetl from a tower operator hdlnB loworctl lit sicnal too soon nnd thb wan ndmittQd by D W Cooke Renerl pniNiartBT ngoiit of thoRrlo railroad Vho B VC out fn BtittojcQnt In which ho 8 ld The operator Su tho lovjor failed to net tho signal against tho niotlnfl In China LoiJtibn July 11 The Chefoo cor rOHEK UDnt of the Standard In a dla pat i jita Jiily 0 nays Tho Airw Jtimccfnsi B noral John Fowler re last night tiiat antldhrls I pAul i miles west ot Cho inVdinto assistance1 was asUod The taotl d patched troops aad te o Rraphid tt4 autlipritics nt Hwjw Hsli n ftiuyWhcngjChuii Fpo also to Vend nBSIn1aricc If T roln en nro si t bollcvel to b In rtanjpo oKo JoU IV AJtpjpcd fraud Ina m JH circuit cow In li thr Inltcd StnloB vaalven Judg fof 2 00 damages against w flwtt jiuuno vr of Atlanili Judw Uruwji hold Scojt In da an nfur on uxiilanatlon of th va8 dam i a falc yrtlrthrtUo It rt Held F 1 Crlpplo oro cov rarltln chaw of three hori Kwooped dowjiyi jfilprdbrs aud disarm tho throats of aWu intfo ahuau Vl J it 0 l ttllIj 1- i u t latches From 1 to 11 ict- inust I 23 jvol Knilrond iiioro iiients solid Gold Gold iillid J and eilverine Watcluof lOfI kdoscription ThoIutept jflioicesUleuelry of nil kindfl g contiuuully boiiirjnddod to stock Cnll when in on SD FLEENOR JEt AND h7t1IASiMU j Couilil nation OHVr IlIh11illtrslit you IIplillurll 111 n more tlinn the price of one Vc Hive yon money on any uaper yoiHvtuJ- iii lnkf We will furnish yon liliEI- IK13ATIII1T COUNTY SEWS und llheiof llm followliiB e OourMrrJournnl i Louisville llernll hlcD I IIIlelOIIII1 Ornuinnuti Kn inirerv Lexington Lender Hoiie mid Farm ortjSjS New York Tribune rl rtOne Year Fill inly 1 HT No one should be wttljotit a jlnjier ivhen he can buy two of thttbSH In the tiuntry fir in little niuney ForSloplennd Fancy Grocerli4 at iwejt price cull un Urnivfurd A Uieech or plionu 35 jV Jatlsfled custumer pjttiobtjsl od erliim8iit Our ciisfnmera ndver tise ii I JRAILROADJABLES Lexington Eastern Ri LOOAL TIME TABLE Effective May 22nd 1801 East Bound NII2 v N4ii 11 lftSDnlla M AM Lv Lexington 225 JII Winchester 310- ClnyOlty 823 366 1I J8- Stniilon 4 08 23 Natural HridRe 433 11M I Torrent 449- llciitlyvllle 1001 Jun 611- O i9J iI K June 611 112 ArIaokaon lUG 11SO West Hound J No1 No Jail DIII j IESURda AlIi P It Ar Lexington 1010 005- Vlnchejtflf 823 520 Olay Olty 887 489 K Stanton 828 4301 Irilllal Bridge 801401iTorrent 747 847 IlItUvlllt Jun 728 82ft- O I K function 6 29 280 I Jackson 625 225 Not 3 and 4 make clout connection I I Tor CHIIIIC Ulty and points on Ohio i0 t Kentucky Knilway Dlvlulo daily ex l cepl Sunday i f Nus 1 Mid 2 connect at L t E June lion with Chesapeake Ohio rur Mec I Sterling and local points Train No 2 connects at Btatty I vllle Junction with L A for Bnu VlllH IJOIIAS SCOTT Q PA O K BY i r Effective Mny 22nd 180L t East Uound West BOM 3 J c = I ci 1 11s 8nTIONSc l tH fcH 3AM AR11AR AM LV fU IT 980 235 Jncknon 1120 3M- Or25 230 0 K Juno 1128 833 64 158 WllhrMt 1162 417 830 152 Hampton 1163 480 F it71lUf LV PM JV ru AB PM AH 1 Uoatboiind Inssenger Train connect nt O k K Juiiction with train whtcb leaves Lex Inuton nt 740 am If Kastbiiund 11I4sl1ger Train cnnnectt j iIIat U K Junction with train whfo r l arrive nt Wlrfcheiter 620 and Lex ington at 605 p rn l Am l J I IJ2ulics ine Shoes No Cut off Vamps In l t ij I t- p Courtiieys Shoes f I I t c lM SALE InH Juy ic AP CRAWFORDCOtf li I d I t4 AA t l rr iIJI c Arc iO Celebrated d- I s HA e3HCEt l J l f of Earth 1 PRICE 6 O0 l R 51 F IJ or Sale Br i f DAY BROE 00 f Jaok5o le1tUQIy l t l y I t L t IP1J it11j IC IIey II y Land of lh I J I Substitute Sun Changing The 11 ji JI Mystery North Walk Etc IJiICopyright 1903byNARPtR BROTHERS III IrfI J CHAPTEIl I 11tLIEevidence was nil in The lChett hail been made uii bides of the vast and the for the Btato haul i grown Bovero nnd cloijuent In n ruins I J conviction The Jury haul remained Jn t retirement all the morning and at la- sSI hut likd In and rendered their vir- B I diet David Itucklcy the pvlsoncr in tii5 bar was found sullty of bavin deliberately and In the night stolen i 1f bale of cotton from n neighbors bzani branded It us his own nnd taken it 1 or market the next day lie was a short thickset mini nonr j I 1 tho age of sixty gray stiff haired ami tncet1 and Just now moro an gry It was thought at certain neiRli bors who had testllled iiBUlnal him 1 than chagrined at tho verdict of the court He glanced at his wife wbp i sat uijalnst the rallltiR behind him and I a tillAtJail In the afternoon he wan tLaterback to receive his scntcnio u tall powerful man daii i anti eye and as brown ns a tfj t Kpaulanl woe about to onler him to- l wbtaiiJ up when 111mm Hlllyer n well to do cotton and grain merchant at I the town rose and bcKged pelmission i fo speak to the judge In private before Itheprisoner was bvntcnced lleasnntlr1t4 like to bear It Ive boon on the betucli enorIWJ r Making his way through the cluster p iJfofi lawyers and students of the law 1 around tho stove to one of the vacant Y 0 Jurj rooms the merchant waited for p b J ttlie Judge to join him and when he f r1 iiknmo WIIycr nervously pulling at hla ferny beard faked him an eager M = I look In his mild blue eyes I Y 4 t 0ilii afeard it aint notliln In lie 1 old mans favor Judge Moore be fal 1 tereti The truth Is 1 in nthlnkln 4 fw jJgaSout his son Judge cf thor ever uprlghlti i cr rUI acros 1m1 Il I Oil you cant tell me anything about GeorBC saldJudgQ Moore Ho and c niitlla j wo I t llw I r Ttrlct Ah so bo sent you to mov did i 1 1e7 Well wlmt does George want 1 1s gtod he wasnt Jn court to bear c ltindaddyiou George iboth thought that maybe you mou c jHstice mought bo carried out by htI w v posUitn pretty heavy tine an e Old Buckley Isnt able to pay aI r jt t cenlbroke In the Judge Ive made 4 iiijI1es If hU little fnnu Is sold L f 9 JhtIN leavo Ills old wife wHhoUI uti mell IIS ot waking a sup110rL o1It i t rjgs ijwlIaIiii t aArjizut Jeirges laeeia szvIuthouey fot- t f r fly yaaurs said ilhllyor anx- Ii lo iiJlugot It borxoyedfr m Irn Iz atrcguinr ratea I can lay my ljundt aijntuiz money at a moments 4iotlc I i i WtYeti tiC can raise a reasonable j lliHghU II10untI J lscIooro frowned 1 v hTiKl pockets of his trousers I to asd turned to a wlnl1or which lookud 1 out on the courtyard where a few It 0 ff Idltrll18 yjpa the gra d near the hitch L e V lllRTUCk iiiedlaiiiijpfei snCfer for the guilty ho suWI lj if iAr flriBly Ive Jhoiiglit It nil over I y 1 vli1 atriItlUeorge taIght ask thls JulI 11J tstnigd FfU iua1i lip 111111111110111 4 t acme fNI rke iOIISAY tizut Il nlelll IUl The l oy sliuply cant 1pfjf3fV0 Bio Judge Moore slnto I l ma sent Mm oft to SChOOl hun been sorter away from his home nni ftthelt lJcr8got nil much tellln mi nryI elfld Then Wfcen he got tbroiliI collegian I give Mm aitlace i stood with the host talks t Injthe town an It would go bard with Ii11tQ411RO bis owu daddy ut the cQaJ l know nil that MrUIIllyar Ivn thought of it twenty times during this trial I hardly slept hist nljht tojmake up my mjud what id drfid 1 i ae Jury didnt recommend Bufk I l1sM1 Wiiy the old rascal vSit boeur Hlqf I I lilt dishonesty Didnt you hear wlnit Itrtidley suld about hta constantly HtvI I Ing from his neighbors ninny of whom i a r never minute any charge against him ia t I 4 I iJlcct for 3fmIuekhyimmiiaI eorgo shallIIi frhen Ill paylit you know I 4 I jam j 10 You shant dotbut either said that j t Jiiilge llnnly IyenIt Id consent to T iet as old a nzaml you be out of pocket for HiichaiTopclcsa reprobate If Jeorgo Svould flndjt out hiid Insist on a 4 rejayliiK you in the long run No live l yearn in time mliiw will do the old J J i fccunil good uiulj1iu going to secure bja traimportatlon1 iVou ihlnli thats fluid then JudgrV Jllllycr hpd turnejl ipdto pale iijJ tbo lutvcrlnic hand vhlcli bad cluccbiHl lilu I abid stayed Itself In its downward r progress v I I W Ves tlmto flualMr Illllycr I Mi I I could help you but I cant Ill settle KuckleyB hash in about two minutes1 utter I give him n sound lecture Might t iuw the old devil would cut time throaU i of several of the utatud wltiietises If be was at liberty I Then Ill go back to the store an tell the boy Illllycr ulghed us he moved to tho door a dead look of dls I 4apo1iitgiaeut lii his eye j As Illllycr was making Ills ftuy through the courtroom to the outer A door the wife of tho condemned mail r reached out her Land and stopped hliPIr f t r n i 1 I It IV oJ vi r f Yit-J JtL f m r t 1 W r rs By WIEB N HARDEN AuthorofAbner iel The = 1 had ciutchea tuo tall or mn lua frock coat 1 want to Kpisik to you size sold Oo ahiiul Im Koln outside lie Itt tho way down the stairs to tim yard Lelow timid then pauSLHl to hear what I ho laid to say shllIcnu10 nmko It n Iliac Vcs thats what I called 1m oiifrur Mrs Unqkley the menbant said lioklnK down commlsoratcly on tier fat JBiiro clothed In llnuy black calico but It wasnt a bit b tote Hes iiiadt rp his mind to fiinuLtlm old mttii ofT Ur flvo years Irill woman nodded slowly Well 1 GOrtfoul1tiafprop Iti mako hU little start an It aint 111t for Im to hayiS Jo iiw It up wH1tj lF lllllyor rVcJheanl thnt poro boy j 1g nn beglils to change uhfof I ort preillcted thlav thins onco ho hits tftyjtlmos I knew that tlOh replied tho mer hunt whim a dark frown Hut rcorso U Jest so situated right now lra Huckloy tbathod nacrlllco all hef t siiects to make lityu next ton years I 11 avoid tho disgrace o tint oiitaiuo JIfYou know how some o theSe blnp I ItxMloil families look on a thing like tdsJest about as sensible ns they look i most things retorted Sirs HucU pbllosoihleally unit I dont son 110I In humorln em They may 11mans n thief lint uf bo haint pul j l hm lid 11 they tlont cure Jlut iylil basbroko the law bar aint no to bo made In Ira an Im ajjln It hamper OeorKe no matter 1JUlti these shallow minded crlstocrnts J Wlintn botherln me Is another r tldnff rou say It Is Mrs Buckley And uite merchant stared expectantly Mr Illllyer OcorRO haint Rot 1ll weakness nil that Is oifco In while when ho IK III dospnlr III will tale n drink to drown his Iruu I reckon he haint tetrhed a drill 1Ie slnei lies been wtli you I tlmj was till time My thrcatt 1CIINI to Jail yore husband tar IIC up AVllfion8 hogs an1 we Succeeded sqI1411fl 91Chnll IJf Yes was tlIIIOtlll old man pusluja back her RliiKham poky j 4wnnet aiulflookcd mralpht Into 11111 ycrit Hvan I am anxious to find out cTnlils thing has made him ptyeU Mrs luicklcy Hlllyers1 volpa bad fallen very low It was I mo4t husky Hut Ive been that nfeanl It would start 1m off that I haint been i nblo to ble p at night Iits In a awful itate o mind Mrs ItuckJey an when 1 co back an tell Im time judges de I rklijjrdoht know what hell do Aj IIIOWI11mul side This Is a new wlrinkle on unit j IdnlIInid henna the sentence but tell Oeorfie j Ill OlOn110wli to the store utter awhile 1i ImJifAs Illllycr turned toward time te to reach the little street which Ktrotcljf tiltint lined with cottage Imiwolfltslo tllifrM br lttrIIhttUI I ot at tilt far end ono of U tuier hloucbwrtowAnlji Ilavo tny sentenced Iluckloy yctl lRrllIIts text on tlio docket the mpr Jllm tit Informal Wm x d- Tli iniiiibad another question rcAdy wr1 cuUonlIrlll oduyik nHJjtIve got a bljj whltto halo rwrfy f7ilae Iuien and flircotlKhlB nnsSvercuj trni1zui1aovossghifnre tfrlhts savounlanIk ntoI1I where the clyrtaj null merdmuta stood unilil tlitf of their w ire4 on time imrrmr iirUlv yjldrwalkiVtuid many of fheui Will Illllyer fuial4shiolrlitit conslderatw repliiw Jliu past On aeozicr of oniytif i tllt Streets running back io n rftllnmd Kldctrnck lu the roar stood hiIi ware j liouse Here be rOllllll111HJlII1OI ftffr rllr- fJnICJyJth o i b l rueks with basg7irIiIim4Tc of ilw was n ruowi jiff In one of tho corners of the b Irk LIiiistdtratveis with siaelai n IIIlltiliir1c1 IIctlIJI iomuuterdiil 1lj119 WlefJ or tiles fulL wired tumrlicH J1UIt ielpts mid aiuijMl iink clJm1 iOiHirge Jtiivkloy a atiiii v lark I oynd yoinut mail of jwiiSlfJuovrn orj eight Mil UII1 high ool wrllliiK III n pynjUroiw Kljor JlIrllng his hcacj lilll viaav It wnll Ito rOlljo11 Jilij hwitffroiH time runs of ihv stixil niu t turneri5iiiid Then Was u teuVf Btamju lili eyes aq ho flrvd theoi ori lIUIyerK sympiithotfc nlfnost slirImk hag face J You did not auccccM ho said his iv1113 f No hiutlsmhndyuiadqiIi lits mind be Vj I IiVfl4bent over lila ledger and tonic tit I9j l pen but he did suet dip It ill w Ink Btand lljllyer could ziatiee hljj fury hut ho noted that the Jmiul holding I pun was quivering Muckio laid tbo pen down itl1ttllI l 1IlIIIatlllnlIc SIIIIIII fJ fjo1J Iilal1IICI110 then tho yoiniK ilonn toTSlti Ihwr null rwcljiHl coat hmJJpullitl It oil Jiff wiustalJaiiitpale ltlCtt iwrc 1IHhI G nro you Ojlol IIit- phd suight lulu orw Ii 1 uC4-j J Jr f Icy Mjconchixl It fr nn his grasp It mo alone Mr lllllyor said Ire Kor Ooils sake let mo All right Hcnrgc liWM Jest about Hut hIS words foil draft Jn- Om air for Ilucklcy bad taken his hht pulled It on rnd pluiiRwl out at ttie door Ior a moment the merchant lCtuod like h num turned to stono mutual tlwn ho hurrlnl back oer tho rough f floor through IM wrohuite totho negro a tall mlddlo agetrmiui- Jako1 ho lJj Ud excitedly unable 0- iIlItrul Ids voice drop yoiv work nut run after George l ont let Mm see you hut toino back nnd tell mo wbcro ho goes All right Manse Hlllyer1 and luav lug huts trucks the negro hastened out ats time side door of tilt building and sixxHip tlio street Hlllyer wont back into tho olllcu and sat down at his pit vale desk Once ho lowered IsIs herd to Ills crossed arms and It looked as it bu Were praying In a few mlmitca Jake rvttiriiiil swInging bin slouch hut tuihiis band Wellf gjisped IHIIyer welir- Ho went fust to do postollleo Mnrw1 IIHIvcr but be didnt put no letter In uur milt to git any It looked to me like he didnt know whar he was goln1 ur what for Den be come on down by Hlllhousos bar Ho Mopped dor an looked Jnrden he como on Slow like an topped agln Den bo ttirjiwl nn wnlkwl back an went In I went iwund to de back end en wntched He Wiis at de counter i ourln him out a dram Morse lllllyor You say ho was Joke sold the niorehant Joke In tho mornln I want you to truck all that western whoa over on time othnr side Its too damp where It Is All right SInwc Hlllycr- A moment after tho negro had left the olllco Ucorgo Buckley casino In and rennmed his sent at the counter Ho opened tho bIt ledger dipped his snd bi gan to write Hlllycr wotcjiod him cautiously Ills 11111111I 1l11lll- atentl enough but his cheeks wore Jfen in n titcu ft itc o nuiI JIt IJuckltult Hushed and ills hair iii0TtFover hlsUrow Just then Mrs ilfickie f came Into tho olllce She took oPt her hotshot showing smooth gray icz1r ntuti n deeply wrinkled brow nnd cheeks and stood for a momcrit bchlndicr son HJllyer fancied that theIrromVrsatlon might be of a private nature atital Ir k- InJup a grain sampler lilt left the room Tho sound of his heavy boots Cew George Buckleys attention and looking round he HOW Isis mother Her sympathetic eyes fell beneath 1113 wild glare v q reckon Mr Hillyera already told youitiisbe began v Visn hes told inc- WeIt thor aint but one thing for- jufnbtb folks to do faltered the worn nnjjan thats to make he beustof It jin go on tryln to do our own duty Yes he nOdded vaeaiiUyrryoVrnro right mother Are you golnpr homo toulhU No i lowed It m look more re speotfnl to ftt3jtijl tl1eP tfllk Mm riCf in time iiiwnln The sheriff wife axnl me to upend the night with her IIItlloI Jnll liniise MI I could lie iuihi liii George Buckley aliilddjui visibly hut lie snd nothing It FCtJ JHrs lickley the opportunity slm Wjj jli k- f al ror 7- i G tO1tJtrlCII MrW yomijjnsyDU A 1U1mlxJII1t1ljJ1 herp J j jimrloy Mflit iialnt ibvRe1fl ACi mess it goes liardrir with you ihRJl1 dl wllhIu1t away out tlmr ht inOuiutnii but f t J4li fllI oI1JI t rtJjIrdctL AK Tr mibiLma i1uaIliii iF- tutitiut ns shil hi ulI IITi uiiilioi- itiet I inilqr 1at5t1iunuumI- I j tr hitay 9 it uii0 Iciyiit IIWfUlliIltI T rimusL IhIJIC JhMJnwlI Yiutiiul ojc luI4I ttl laciuhiuit tr ilItOia l djt1trlIDttZ thats the wtwj of 1fShtfWrllll1l itcI JumP CVII tJlllhis wagimli 1IIt strtk i4sgii if rJI fIthttloll II t thtr11iUIi JIIIlt t l fih r 3I4Vllr 11- 4 IjtfJ III IIiaull I NC lit of his dolls Jl1 Ifdorot hurttf as i an ItJ umlthih yOu WClII 1 OJ nil 1Ifk pJrI jo Webber niuils ff4 II JoIoliIt o uIiI1er hat lii ii OIipO t15 ck4V- hueum Jim liiiImntt114lI 1 Ulqjlg 1m I MIii sfv 11111 I WIIIC1ruflOH If JHtU Ud tyifRlnft us if frowiv wtdditn imprt ov 1jOlltnm1 jl lt1l1rkbl1lIhtl two rll 1llch I VOsmqlt HQHOP on Mmf8hp said lorsely vtI st 5d nlsh toJdl hes bad MrjIIJI drain fflIllycr ii11 NdrJ 9tW J or rJt 71J i 1 Aa tr tt 1tie rlPol afllllCkll VharUho glt1Ir hl9l1 Jtln O1lOslflti4arsco1i Ins nt Itlllhouso8 Imn P Imlnt said a word alnnit It It dont do one lilt o good to proiich to a limn nil upset In mliul 1111 half nut nt timid No yore plmhb right an nobody kits drIve OCOFRO Im powerfully nfmlil tills lit ghIu ti be hIs downward start Mr Hlllyer j- Dont stay tlmtj jTho words were iipokou almost 1111 gtttnn and tho iwrihants sympathetic face seemed wnuiK with liuvanl pain Dont say tlmj ho repeated under his breath nnmtnt lose hOIlc ive mustnt ilo that Tlio out woman stared at the working face for n moment In silence then she asked nbrnptly Mr Hlllyer who U that family o Cranston thats conic hero from Virginia K Oil youyo hoard o theta wild Hlllyer tukliiff a brenthtnJorCranstons n member of a fine old family u regular P P VS hu own nix or seven farms In this county nn lias n lot o Investments all over tho country1lie moved here about six months IIKO Uecafio tile climate agrees with Mm nn ho haint very strong Ceorgo got acquainted with hU diuigh tlrII pretty likely gal but as prowl ns n queen nil theyve been Rood friends ever since Shes well educated mi sort lie nit they get along power ful well together Have you over seed or Mrs UuckloyV Yes once answered tilt woman an 1 never shall forget It for It show Hi mo plainer what a lino character bongo has than anything hu ever lone Thar u lot o meildlln folks rOut at the Cove Mr Hlllyer on the report got out that since George got hIS schoolln on you tuck Im In with you that he wits ashamed o mo They kept this talk up an when he got to goln hero nil yan with Lydla Cnin Bton It got wuss an sonic of em low ed that the girl didnt know what sort o wruh kin George had This got to George somehow an one day when wtsaint Grove Level cutup ground with some o my neighbors George fetched Vr out along with some other coupled of town folks An when he Heed me nscttln In front o Mrs Iellnwu tent with HOIIIO more women ho fetched the pal rigid up to mo He was sorter hubfllt excited but he retched flown nfi tujk my hand an lifted me up an says ho Miss Cranston I want you to snake tho actiualntanco o my mother no that wasnt It exactly This was It Miss Cranston I want you to meet my mother an nio V her shook hands It was nwfjil Mr 11111 yen Ive got n little more sense n a Jay bird an I seed through It I seed moreover that whlln she was a perfect laity she was sorter set buck Sho gui rod In the facv an was all llustercd In what shin said but he stopped that talk out our way an showeil what ho was I iVs lmeii nil sight MM IJuckley The old man swallowed Maybe ventured the old woman tentatively maybe hes In hove with that gal Mr Hlllyer an knows she haint the sort that her folks haint the sort to overlook nn Thats just jt Mrs Buckley saul the merchant with firmness an that accounts for hum misery an the whls hcy This thing Inns lilt Mm away be- lo tho belt Tlmrs no two way about It Im dead ft fount Its goln to undo nil thats been done The old woman raised her eyes to the troubled face before her and stared steadily Lets hope not she said Shorely time Lord will show us some way to toavold that Hlllyer dropped his eyes and turn Ins toward thn door tho old woman slowly shambled out cnlTElt II I ill T was now bout sundown and Hlllyer started home He HUM ed that poKtoflice went Into the little building looked absently Into his lock box and then taking a street that led past tho town park and several of tIme most pretentious churches ho soon fAuhvd Ills house which was a two story brick building with nn old fashioned white veranda tumid an L TrIO house like many other In the placo stood on a big lawn abad vd by largo oaks umgnollmi and mnlv terry trcen A wldo walk bordered with tJjwttil vDscbuiiliw of 8omo cheap lIr IJlull covered with gravel stepsjI 1tI yard Iwn I aM CIrLt as in tile sitting room wU J a rltlllir lihaizi girl tit vIioIIiiideatli of IIIT italivntttfttwclro months UIIlIJMtlWhtoIlipfuroresiiulngtfielr seats at r f lAlVf1Cll lucu hlhlch tiOIlle dry 1 liltI oiy Mtf olt oltistihiiozueti truss headid dog Irjus Were cheerfully ablaze fur ftyihlii jtliir hiM light of time shaded room n tolllIIje t 1I1IjntltIIt1 n Her lht41jIII IIIUCi Ilnrt IIIdt Ia rt it i letn1bi4- hiiirJ0 hsmlrwss mit nlll i IiIil1Jul IJHllll iii1ruiltfl rflOer lien brow ears YC It iuaut onJrlcan IIIIn tllt o iBMimnii but Judgo t 1lllIfetlly ic I t4Iii to iit It dow R 1I1I0 I lii- ijprs viku 1a 1 iot IICfII dl lIon Its liOru uni IlL 0Ilt his ea on tho If An1 I 1IIt ifiBBLJWtfhty nigh hnllI 2rj11q3to worry about tIlt i ajJaI over Lu Juut imnlshniont levtjludvon the head o that old scanip ldKO to my grave without a gray hair or a wrlnklo ThntfH tlio troiiblq ltlVou an Georfo both You ore jjHjtfcijrryln out the Scriptural Injunutien not to kick agin lint irrlcks dpnfknow exactly what 1 tfiogiiod book sayaiHboutit I dlsro niiiiiber In fact IaTolltksoo that I over ruts ueroat it iBTiiilHtmybolf but you b tltfl tliurAMy father who vat an slcp vltLithia pllu In isis t 1ai I lto 1ys kesi47Ln1 yJJeD fS V r y j tt ritA 1 i t 1j iR a- tL L u r a r1 0 folks wn i contjiiuaiix ntftfiupll I iynt kick tigln the mrtOjt1 Am was right Kf you sotdoWiKon iSIt with n tuck III II UidJiiuHloi ym Ilu more lack you git an thiiC1 I wllli lift Its full of tjick an lliln yon forglt It Tin Lord put old hiitth Icy In Jail lit keep hits In a bdmh of lii kind tIO tlcll11 wouldnt mot iinin among wood folks w unuli lo keep Si with Mm but Oh mil You nil apoln to put up will II air tight 5541 yore faco Is sour enoucli ItHikin 5 spile cream lu tlurmlddlo 0 Decv her t I was thlnkln nbout George stI Illllyer softly Its mighty nigh kit In Mm Thats so Aunt Martha spoke U Itorlciiso Snowdon Its awful v lila Why Just think of It Tho boa Vcopto In Darley revive him and ilk him lit was rlaliiK rapidly but thing like this as proud total Honsltl an hO Is will almost kill him You kin taught an nirtkij port I much as y u want to mild Hilly more boldly an you n xlntklck an notliln unlPiw you want to but Its Je like Hurtle says lie wont he obit I taco time music Hes all right wb ho aint drlv too fur but this hiss ii ready started Mm to drlnklu agln Oh uncle you dont mean III Yes It has groaned time niertfln i an tin Loiil only knows whrtr Its in to end Huh 1 say then George Buck haint the tuna I luck Mm fur reton Mrs Illllyer I wish I oouldkif hut takln a dram on account o II thin Id glvtMm a talk that ud ni 5t 1m Co git blind soakln drunk hll1 niptod Hlllyer as lie rose and woui thnniKb the kitchen to the staMr I nee If Ids favorite horse had bttI nt tended to Whim he itS RWIH b wife got up and punched the fIr WI time poker I I reckon you think Pin hard 1lt cd blio said to her Mlent nlwv 11 turtle Its the C1 n to git II Mm You dont un5vnothln I II d lot yoro folks know what IIthrough Id V Veen crUyI 101 long ago ef this Ixird liiuliit Bh l I bout to niuko light o Hkrloii tIiiii iH Ive lund n heap o tough tlim I1 I Mlove tills is agolnto hanii il iiit Why Aunt Martha whnt II j oU UteaulyDont you see Into ItV Mr Hiij put tho poter In the ohlmn IIr- nuid leane l forwiml 31ita h rI1up yore uncles old IroulMi Tii id llki this usually do HJjiKtt 111 hIi beon actln nmr OV T lit n 111 Icy was arnmttil Hf Pits 1 It1 I1 pniyln once over It I hili i II 111 limes He luilnl slept will st IM In hU 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