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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, August 5, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904080501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, August 5, 1904. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. H BREATHITT GQUNTY JIEWS 1 11 =1 WIHH UAUINS Julilor uml Jublialior p h AA I It DKVOTKHTO friftlNTKUiaTs OK KAXTKHX JVKVTUOKV 7 r i tOI DOLIAU Phil YRAK IK AUVANCK L 1 I Volume IIIIfac lcso Ii cntllcltTlldarAng t 5 1904 tONtmbcl 43AWu will nccept advertisements on n guaranty that our paper linn in ire than twice the circulation ill Urenthitt Countyof any paper published Our paper goes to ov cry post ollico in Perry County and almost evury one in Lee Ma gollln Owsley Wolfe mid ICnott Counties If you want to roach the mountain trade tryuu ad in the BUKATII TIT OJUMTT NEws e- Special Train AIIIud 14th The Lexington and Eastern Uy compuny will run H prdnl train from Jnrksoii to Louiavillo on Sundry August 1lth UlOl forms count of the great Iv of I1 En catiipnient lit Louisville Kates for the round trip are us follows IloerolllJackfon Ky S5J5 OlL 1C June d = 510 II Klkatawii 5UD Athol I S10 U Falkfti 000 to Ueiittyvillt June l7u Torrent n KuO II Stanton i 8U5 u Clgy Oilyt 3SD- SKHtal trail IlIrllll through to Louisville via Lexington Ittd Southern Rnillluyir iving Jnukauutli SOI u Ueuttyville June II H26 II eiuyXHty 10 lSII arrive Lexington u 1116 1 arrive at Louisville in tutu after noon Ticket toSt iouia will he on mile for thia train with privilege of stopping at rouisviilo during tilt HiCMinpiilcnt at one fare fni round trip plus 00 cents return on uiiy train until ept 10th For further information call on agent L t Hallway u- rf I rOtiu Scott o P A- llxlllltlllI K- yi h IMPKOVUIJ TRAIN SHU VICE Oireri l liy the llundumin Route ItetweanlUiuUvllln unil St Laiuls OumiuencInK Sunday Juno 20lh K iiiiiuky Hiiulnr line the Jleiidtir lun Knute will 11111111111 tall M lafe nntl KlIt Day servlie between I ouUrllli End SiIouU In rack direction and will Improve the time and equipment Kenfi ally ut sill train between tinge puhtlr There daily train will Ins operated 11 vault direction on the following ml achedulri between IuUvllle unit Si luuli Leaved LunUvllU 830 nm 100 p in + KiiJTiOOn in Arivetil nub IS 10 pul 7 SO r in ami 010 jiiii Thu equipment is brand new Jur- unm I lo shop of Ilia niutl modiMii t pattern std Ir as Inn Itl 01 4wilyanal upvratiilg In or mil ul Ken tucky The ft 80 a in train llirniiK wit huu ulmiiKe of car1 will be iuiniiutrtl ii- liillina nwiObervalluii Inrlor Carr Free Heiill sari thai Can lUnlnt Oars atiit JhlKli btU 1t1II passenger rquuebeti i 1 r tyttpiOOjt m I rnln through williuu + s hapyd lr will ottnslsl lit lull ninmicileeilnK tiiri Fren Iterlhilni tarernAt11t cuhelle 6 e i et tTjitt7QDa in train will have Parisi v Cii a UlnliiK Cnca and high back urn Vfittmc ijger fiiuulies r t Tim Dining Carr nn day trnliu will tecvc meal a lucarluyuu pay fur wlin I you Ket- a All train will leave faun and arrlv in tint S wnlli Siivet Union lc oi ioulllIIlI ujrh IlK nt and depurllni bum the inuunlllislent iiewUnlnii Slit tlunSt ronfn- In imrrliaslng ymir tickets loS Lint 4f J I are to JIll I II II west oak thuKtnt t u tickets via iniiI villa ant tins lleiuler sun Route lte will huve then In lillie I and will be Kind to ticket you that vn I You will b j intUHeil In twig reaper 1 with the acconnnudiillnn and safe wall t Iervlce that Is uttered by Ihli UIIK which IIBH been termed the OHlo nl IJoule fur KtMltuuklali Our gueaeingCou t is for pin present as well as new subscriber Each gets ono guest for each 50 e on tu se 1Hill ptionII Jj 4gip 4 r41 f U 111 k t4 TREMENDOUS LOSSES Sustained by Both Sides In Bat tie at Port Arthur JAPS VAIN MANY POINTS OP VANTAGE UoneriU Sukhuroir Iteporlt the Jap uiiete CoiiLeutnillna Irollaluu the ItlKlit WillIS uf the Kunliiu Aiiiiy3llkH Annie Almu l Kn vulop Qaurrul Uuroimlklni Kurvri London Aug 2A dUpatch to a news agency from Tokyo says there U reason to believe that after two days fighting the Japanenv occupied Blmouchenc thus cutting oft Qener Stakolberif from Ueneral Kuropatkln Chofoo Aug 1A Japanese mer chant hail rtcclvpd word from a Chi oric whom ho trnita to the effect that the Japanese have occupied every po lllon turruundliiK the besieged for liege of Port Arthur with the excep lion of Golden Hill The Chinese Htated that both sides suffered tretnon dolts oases in the operations neces vary to bring about this state of at fairs The members of the Russian In telllRenco burenu here while denyln the report that Port Arthur has barn captured am Inclined to believe that the reports are true to the extent that the Japanese have made great prog Tess In their operations about the be singed fortress Oeneral Sakharoffs Dispatch St PeturnburK Aug 1 Lieutenant General Bakharoff In a dUpJlch to the General staff dated July 30 reports here has been no change In the front of the Manchurian army up to midday The Japanese are concen trating strongly on our southern front General Sakharoff then refer to General Okus account of the battle at Ta Tche Klao and declares that the Russian forces were not as large aa General Oku reported adding Our poalllon was occupied solely wltb a view of keeping the enemy In check and with no Idea of obstinately defend ing It We did not throw up any ape clal defenses Wo held all our posi lions against the Japanese attacks and then retired because the commanding oltlccr did not deem It possible to ac oupt battle the following morning while defending a position with a front of 10 mlll The evacuation of our position was a complete aurprlsa to the Japanese Kuropatkln Retreating- St Fotraburg AUK i A report frru si apparently reliable source It- t the cfteot that General Kurojmt kins main force has been rapidly moving north for several days Ac corillng to this report no troops pro needing to the front from Russia lip gone past Harbin In the past three days They will be detained there and every available piece of rolling stock will be rushed south empty for the removing of troops at Use Yang sod other points to the northward leaving a skeleton force to contest the Japanese advance on vital positions Heavy Fighting London AUK 1Thl correspondent of the Dally Mall at Newchwang In a dispatch dated July 31 says that there bas been heavy fighting for two days In the marshes south of Hlcheng durI- nG the gradual retreat from Ta Tche mao of 6000 Russians forming the rear guard and that the peril of this force Increases deli General Keller Killed MuUdcu Aug 2lIeutenant Count toiler was killed by a fragment otA Japanese shell at the time he was opposing the Japanese advance along tho railway near Halcheng Children of the Incubator Now York Aug 2 Graduates of tho Infant Incubator held a reunion at the Infant Incubator Institute at Coney Is land There were about 40 present ringing In ago from three months the usual period allowed theme In the In cubator to three years In tho case of the latter there were three from Dioklyn triplets whoso lives were saved at the Incubator exhibit during Ibo exposition at Buffalo In 1901 and who arc now as big and healthy as any youngsters of their ago In tho list of Incubator babes at Coney Island are throe sets of twins and one of triplets and a girl that at birth 16 days ago weighed one pound eight ounces and measured 12 Inches Western Miners Indianapolis July 29r L Lewis vlo president of the United Mine- Workers returned from Plttsburg Kan whore ho attended a wage con ference between the operators and miners representing the coal Industry of Missouri Kansas Arkansas Texas end Indian Territory The miners stood for an advance in day work and tho operators for a reduction No agreement was reached Aged Man Beaten and Robbed Ortonvllle Minn Aug 2 A bur glar entered the house of M Rasmus sen a wealthy farmer of Prior and after beating the aged man until he was unconscious secured 1000 In gold which the farmer bad secreted In a tin box under his bad The rob bet escaped Found With Throat Cut Palntsvllle Ky AuglIn a pool of blood with his throat frightfully slashed Shade W Preston prominent In Big Sandy steamboat circles was found dead In Sherman Doyda yard Boyd has been arrested and charged with the crime Storehouse Consumed Trenton N J July 29The storehouse of the Goodyear Vulcanite Rub ber company In Morrlsvllle Ps across the river from here Will struck by lightning and destroyed by fire LoU rjpu000 covered by la ur ncj v IUKlAHINO FOR KnUUGKNCY UHumluuulolilleerl lUva hemp filvrn H lip greatbituminousare preparing secretly for a stilke In the anthracite coal region In certain circles the tip was given that soft coal would be a good commodity to have In a short tlmowlth the Information that there will be an upward spurt In prices and that there In danger of n scarcity because the anthracite oper atoll It Is believed are preparing for a long shutdown Frances L Robbins president of tho PUUburg Coal company would duringJulymore cars than during July 1903 and the output record could easily be bro ken J L Good tralllc manager of the PlttsburgUuffalo company said his company lsheparlng to double its output by running the plants double turn Campaign Plans Chicago Aug 2 The Republican campaign which Is to be opened on Sept 16 Is to be centralized full charge west of the Allegheny moun twins being In the hands of rive men while four will attend to the work in the east Thu plan of centralizing Rtf pervUlon was agreed on at the na tional headquarters In a conference between Chairman Cortelyou rtary Dover Frank O Lowdtm of IllV nois Harry S New of Indiana D W Mulvane of Kansas and R II Schnei der of Nebraska It was decided to i AileIwhich will be In charge of one mom ber of the executive committee Hlth erto there have been bureaus of labor nationalities and clubs but these now will be looked after by the executive committeemen Only one exception will be made that of the bureau of speakers of which Congressman Taw ney of Minnesota will have charge Trainmen Caught Hoopeston III July 29Flreman James Frane of Chicago was killed and four trainmen seriously Injured in the wreck of the northbound Chicago and Eastern Illinois passenger train be re The train ran Into an open switch and the battered lock found near by Indicates an attempt to wreck the train The Injured men Samuel nildwln engineer Dan Floyd engi neer Earl Wacks baggageman Chi cago and Joseph Donovan Danvllla aro being cared for here Superinten dent Ross of Danville Is here Investi gating the wreck Receipts and Expenditures Washington Aug 2Ttie compar alive statement of tho government re elpts andfxpendlturos for the tniotith If July 1901 show a ddflcitof J17 407J2S as against a deficit of 777C G13 fur July last year This large 1111temalitures on war and navy accounts The total col lections for the month of July were 40760387 The expenditures for July 1904 aggregated 04194115 Negro Schoolteacher Lynched Austin Tex July 30John W tar rlmoro a negro schoolteacher and Re publican politician of state promi nence was taken from his home at Lockhart 30 miles south of here by a mob of eight white men and shot and killed Mrs Larrimore shot at the members of thIS mob with a pistol and she says she wounded one of them No arrests have been made Larrl more Is sail to have made an offensive remark which causod the attack on him Russian Minister Assassinated St Petersburg July 28 Minister of the Interior Von Plehve was assassi nated at 10 oclock Thursday morning while driving to tho Ualtlc station to visit the Poterhof A bomb was thrown under the ministers carriage com pletely shattering It Von Plehvo was terribly mangled The coachman was killed and the wounded and horses dashed wildly sway maddenedI front wheels of the carriage portion of the vehicle tact Spanish War Veterans Indianapolis July 28 H C Ma grvwj commander of the United Span UhNVar Veteran announced that he woutu leave thia wccV fur St Louis to arra It for the frs annunl reunion whlcll hikyti will bo hull there In stead of this clty on account of the falluuMtj lot ftoP 1tC1 rlvllfgcs troth the a de tJow Ygikclty and Dut tale we appll ants iorilho encamp nfcnt H fnedPhllatelllhla of four bull3ngB i1rJ or al terra cotta works owned rS 1s Arm Itroul Cotlat ilc avenue and Bristol was to tally desh otdeTJme loss Is estimated aftf yCovered by- lnluranceWI nWoed 200 men and had or to thn amount of 600OtQ y VV P tm am CPomeroy 1s J M Filtchard Is dead and Mrs Ray Smith Mrs C W Jones Mrs Johanna Mc Carthy and Mrs M A Wood are not expected to recover from ptomaine poisoning resulting from eating lee cream at a function of the Rebecca lodgo at Qalllpolls at which they were guests Youthful Robber Chicago Aug L Charles Dushnell son of Lemuel M Dushnell vice presi dent of the Vaughan Dushnell Manu facturing company was robbed of the firms weekly payroll amounting to 1750 Both robbera were captured i aro Elmer aslas Rod McDon laid aied 19and Clifford Barass 17 l r r 1 IISSTAIMsrj NISP all S 1ucUrrn Clulrn to Huv BrrurrdOne- i lioniiind kecriiltr packersistrengthening any wcuk pots that could Im found In tlffiTr defenses pre paratory to another fefk of effort to bring their opponent to terms Not withstanding that it waa Sunday all the plants were operated during the forenoon In order to rot rid nf the live stock that had been lift over front lust week The remainder of the day was I spent by employers in Inaialllni new men In the strikers places end arranging many of Tbo small details which had been overlooked lust week during he heat of the conflicts Over 1000 new men wore tided to the num ber already at work fin the different plants The strike loaders pent the greater part of the day In p upartng a state tiicnt to the public ithls statement tho unionists explaln their side of tho controversy dcclarln thtt It Is the imclcors and not the ncn who are re Bponslblo for the pr ont otate of nf fairs In the packlri Industry Tho public Is asked to be patient with the men during tho stru gle for supreme acy It being declared by the union leaders that It would e Impossible for the men to return to work under the conditions which existed before the strike was called and that up to tho present time packers have shown no disposition to treat tho strikers In a fair manner According to this state ment the men will stay on strike until their unions are disrupted or until time packers IIlIrrendcSL Freight Handlers Go Out Chicago July 28 An unexpected complication arose Int thu stock yards strike whorl the height handlers at the stock yards station of the Chicago Junction railroad went on strike Tho men gave as their reason for quitting work their unwillingness to handle meat turned out by nonunion work mop In the packing plants Plants Seized by Castro Washington July 30The action of the Venezuelan government In selz Inc the properties of the New York nnd Uermudez Asphalt company baa caused nn unpleasant Impression In government circles Officials are un able to understand the reason for what such an Venezuolaheretofore the company to its properties Following notice of tho action of tho Vene Kuelan government a few days ago in securing an attachment the company with a vlewgjUirwaB under stood of obtaining s of aid alleged to liare l eeiIveBJtli rev dnUnnlsts iunlted FAalsj4 MiiUtor Herbert V Dowen at Caracas waS In Rtructod to maku a full and complete report to the state department of the beenInent Ills report Is anxiously awaited and upon It will depend the course til tho United States Only Four Escaped Constantinople Aug 2Official tel grams resort that a band of Anne nlan revolutionists nmbusHed a party of soldiers In the neighborhood Of Mush On the arrival of reinforce ments the Armenians fled setting flue to threo villages on their way Another band of Armenians numbering CO attacked thu village of Mossiim In the vlllayet of Erzerum but wits j pulsed by the Sarrlsen and nttemntfe ll to escape to th Russian frontlerThe I escapo of the band however was pra wonted by the frontier feuardVqnJy Jour of the Armenians getting away Salaries Cut St Louts July 29Au order was promulgated effective Aug 1 ray ducing tie salaries f all employes d ofticers of the wrlds lair company from v to SO per cht The reductions vary accrdlll t ttho nmountrr icalved thpsa receiving the lH st saldrles will bo roduced t t 1 o salary of 6GO a month or less willvoe affected by the retrenchment order The reduction of salaries la art oageneral retrenchment iilanjVhcro y the exposition company hopesito IJ many thousands of dollars T jvgrj lug force will also be reduce Attendance at FairSt Louis Aug 1Tbe s tho recorded admissions for the week ending July 30 was given out by the worlds fair mantjthatand shows nn period of fi51S Ilersonic llder4bJe Kaln over the urd of l12 f 0 week prevlbu ZtLast weks attendance brings tlm l ijWabot e lsslons to lima sing up to fiCG15X i It- Da Han I l Kenton Oi me hang myself 3 en tlslln coclt ID to K n ll rT Lougbrnko 9 whlrpl gaboua rope swing In a tarn this t Bennett Hancock K j Then the lad made a n swing and Inserted hlsit partly strangled the boy litneck tho drop causing the rope Galvestona Sea Wall Galveston lox July OAT Tke halt skid of concrete was placed + jJ mold marking the completion tho Galveston sea wall Tho alh presents an expenditure of 1193318 by tho county and has token on build nnd four months and 14 days td It Is 17593 feet long 10 feet high 10 at the base end five feet wide on top General Buckner Improving ilunfordvlllo Ky Aug 1 Oeneral S B Buckner has been gradually Im proving for the past few days and H Is th llght that ho will soon be out of danger 1 f il 1 frg UOUHKUY T1IK 3IOTIVH Map Wife nnd Ihrre Children 31ur tiered by Tlilrvr- Stateeboro Ga July SpIlonry R Hodges his wife and three children living about six miles from State boro were killed and their home burned There were bloodstains outside the building arid everything showed that Hodges his wife and one child had their skulls broken apparently with an ax Robbery is supposed to have been tho cause of the crime President Notified Oyster Day L L July 28 President Roosevelt was notified formally of his nomination for the presidency by the National Republican convention The ceremony took place at his country home at Sagamore Hill three miles from here In accordance with the wish of the president the cere ncny was made as simple as possible The formal notification speech was by Joseph Q Cannon speaker of the house of representatives who Was per manent chairman of the Chicago con ventlon Prodding Venezuela kWlllemstad Island of Curacao Au- gIIt is reported that Herr Pelldram the German minister at Caracas has delivered un ultimatum demanding the immediate payment by the Venezuelan government of tho interest on tho amount of the award to be paid to Ger many as stipulated In the protocols signed by Herbert W Dowen repre senting Venezuela In February 1903 If this demand Is not complied with the report says the minister will leave Caracas Aug 4 To Notify Davis New York Aug 2 Secretary Woodson of tho Democratic national committee sent telegrams to Chair tuna John Sharp Williams and other members of the committee to notify Henry G Davis ofhls nomination as vice president to meet at White Sulphur Springs W Va Aug 17 The ar rangements for the notification are In charge of John T McGraw member oC the national committee of that state Minister of Justice Stoned St Petersburg July 29As Minis ter of Justice Muravleff was driving to the Peterhof palace to report to Em peror Nicholas the assassination of Minister Von Plehve stones wore thrown at him and his carriage win dows were broken The Identity of the ministers assailants has not yet been discovered 3IAIUCKr ItRIOltf3 Grain and tocU trees Fur Atisutt 1 Cleveland Cattle Choice tat dry fed steers 100 Iba up t5 2SG6 75 Good t choler grass Steen JOiW 4l i to 1200 lbs Jl 7SCS IS far to good grass steers liOOOto 31COhn 40l4 KOUdtu choice grass steers X0 to 1000 mil Sf 25 OS 00 choice heifer 1000 lbs up St II 94 75 choice tat buUfl S3 23S 40 choice fut cows U OPUS 75 choir to fancy milk cows and aprliwrs tlO 00r 4S 00 Rhovp and IJJinba Choice lamb 6500075 fair to Rood JS OOffS 00 calls still cominont 13 SOSH TS good to choice wrther sheep J3 7SQ4 50 goo to choice mixed sheep 13 5001 00 fat to good H OOQJ 75 culls to common 1 00 J3 00 Rood to choice yearlings II Q 5 50 good to choice ewes W 25O3 75 Clllvu1Jul 17 good ti 75 fair J6 rQ 6 50 llogr Yorkert IS 65 few IS 0 mediums and heavy IS 60 pigs IS 19 stags and roughs 13 5QG4 60 EHst lluftalo Cattle Good to cholo export cattle I 3 1525 PO clioln II 3501 90 butchers 14 3SQH 90 fair to good II 10O4 60 hitters 13 IOn 4 S5 tut cows i 6QS 85 bulls 12 7S3 76 good to cholca milkers and springers 119 OOff 00 Sheep and Lambs000d to chotci yearlings 15 OOQ5 75 fair to good II 50 05 Oi Kllod to choice wether II 75T5 00 rntxvtt 14 X5U4 SO ewu II OOQ I J5 spring lambs IS OOQ7 00 Calves nest 6 75ST7 00 Hogs Heavies IS 75f medi ems 15 75Q5 80 Yorkern IS SOfiB S5 pst IS 8586 9J roughs II 50 tH 80 sluts 14 OOO4 25 Clitcag Cattle Good to prime steers 15 25 J6 40 poor to medium It 25 OS 00 stocker and feeders 12 5063 75 curia 11600435 heifers 12 OOflS 00 cant II 50OJ 50 bulls 12 004J4 00 Texai fed steers 13 0001 50 Sheep lidI Jilubjifaood to choice wethers 13 i5ItvjdvtJl 2 OQUS 00 Hop Mixed and buttlurs 15 2015 65 good ocholoe IS 3fftjE5 ES rough heavy II 800 5 20l IIlIht 16015 65 Wheat NV 3 re c CornNq Z SCo OatsNo 3 Stic Plltsburg tCa te Prime IS S00 8 00 good IS 4jfi5 76 tidy butchers 16 S5fl5 101 talt II 2564 SO liclfarn 13 0033 rs froJh cows IZOOIO Sheep and lambs Pniie wethera 11 855 00 good mixed 6oe4 75 talr mixed1 14 40 clipped lambs U 040S 25 spring lambs II OOijtTqo Calves Veal IS 009 7 60 J I ou PrUnfk heavies IS 75 mcdl I urns IS S00tDpS heavy Yorker IS SOhT 5 85 5 on ir nrt New YorkattioCotianon to choice steers II 25OC J5 steers IS 269 C 60 oxen and stags 13 26Q5 50 bulls 76 jl 25 Sheep and- LainbtrCommonto prime sheep 300D 4 75 pulls 12 0002 60 common state to choice fiesh lambs 4450750 Calves Veals l 607 50 HogsPrlmo state and 21IIt ee45 O 2 74 47 760 Iard- I a ltIiIk fits 37 60 lJacon1S is IrfrtiM 6S f4 3Hogs41 005 70 oItIS Z6US 40 SheefI 2504 10 inbs13 35G7 40 Boston Wool Ohio and Penn yl I 100l1Waslied defame 168no ioWta B e Wfleet 91 corn Sict enUUfc rye 6Ie clovaflfcJ sib 55 I RECKON THERE WILL RE 1 58 1IU1 VOTES CAST FOR PRESIDENT ON NOV 8 1904 WHAT DO YOU fiGURE IT 10000w FOR TIlE NEAREST GUESS =v 25000 IN 500 CASH PRIZES1- st Jlize Sloooo 2nd Prize 5000 3rd Prize Scoo 8 Special Prizes of 8500 elicit for Early Subscriptions iJ AVo have made arinngeiiiuiita with the Press Publishing Associa tion of Detroit Alichigan wlorehyourlnbscribers caiparticipatelii this diatrilTuticn Every subscriber to The JJuEATiirrr COUNTY NEWS has a chance to elmre in these cash prizes Tho subject matter of tutu interesting Conitoil in which these lnrno prizes will bo paid is tho Total Popular Vote itoof President of the Unitod States on the 8thof X 0culbor1101 Every Ulan woman and child in the UlIitedState hould bo interested in the Greatest election the Country has over had It costs you nothing to win n prize Oonditidns of this Great Contest 0 Every subscriber who rpnitts 1 the rpguJnr subscription price for aF years subxripiliti to Thp ItitBATiUTT COUNTY NKVVS will be entitled to two guesse nnd will nueiv from us a C Irp rIlIlJinl number of card Thpe certificates will insure to him any prizes which hili guesses lIttlt cIhim loclnim VVhpn you spud us your subscription IIIIIl1lmllill ir psiimnies of the Total Vote to be can on SovtMiihur 8th for IUKSIDKNT In making four Kiies ecaiutlilL the iieures belnwshuwlugrihe total vote for PKKSIDHNP from Lincoln to lcIllIle rl 1IIIIIImlllllhThe paper will be tent lo you regularly nnd you will receive certificates lify A mining the flRiirrts of the l which you send In IK These certlllcatei l rtllIIlunranee lo yiiijmriprizes which roar Immse entitle you to Keejic iliwe ccrlillcnlps lIlIlIlothUllrizOIl nfl awarded so that you can compare your rfigures wllh the official Inures at the close of the context The contest w1ljp 2 ilose nl inidniRht Novembur Tib 1001 nnd nu estimate received after that hour v trill be allowed The rlllctnl flgnrnalt the K verninent showing the total vote t1 sat fur time lIIet of Presldpnt will dnteramine who life entitled to time prizes and ihe nwnrd will be made by n disinterested committee proinliient Judges Jti aw lust its soon nil the ollltflnl llRtirps can be nucerlalned When the prizes are v i iVardptljijej1 siihsciber who holds a certificate in the Contest will receive a x printAl lint of The winner In ndditlon to the large general vrizes IliPTe are UifrlitSprclal Prlcs of SOO OO each fur early ubicripllons All a8emi equal nbatice to win iliese miigulllcHiit prizes Thus who estimate or guess NOW Lure n chiince in w in a tppclnl prize situ just ns good a chance to win time tsipltal prize of ljt10000Onatime one who sends in his Kites on tile last I d I of the contest Act nt OUCH It may wean n fortuite to you The moneyre filth which to pay tin prlxi + has been deposited by tin 1ress Ill IIll1h I III ASSDCI 1 4 rea TOfflfm the Ceiitrnl avitius Hunk tlrllltlIhh std can be used fur no other ItplmjoSE hi case nf n tin fur any Individual prize such prize will bey equally r tr- ltl liPlwppiv time Piuitni tnnt Purtiqipnlioii in this contest is not confined to oiirreaders as tte fflfattest is lieing I II tliueuba tl r acriberato all of which have unequal opportunity to share in the dis tributim of the prizes v rP tt t Here is the List of Prizes rci I For Ihe nenrpst oorrict tttlmRltllJf guess flO CCO 00 fir i Ftp h1IlIIIIII11 ertepliuinttorgaeea Lt40O 1 e IFurlbu thudtOe l currint tRtimnlM or RIIH s 1UOOOO rec 1 fourlh neurpstiorrrct MlimHteor guess 6COOO Y A V 1 for tin IHlh nejtreiit curreiil eslimalo orgue k 20080 jSflR q a ti FurtIfW8Ir + r + next 1I HI ei or 00Fur Ihe 10 rijrrect guesses y p+ for the 20 next neal porreilu inmeii or gueaae 625eselm 0 r For ihe12 neit ntnroit cujreoi eAlimnles orguea e 16 each 113bt 1 Koilhe IN next nearest I rent cgthnutes or guesser 610 each 100000 For time 314 next neiiest ierrectentniiHlHs or guesses t3 each 16IO83 402 Itlzll amimiiUiig lit IpltOOtO s tI In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for tn IJtStrmates yIll be paid ff For the nearfelA arrest goes rwelveil bHfproJiily let t 500 00 Fur Ihe neaf rlprm rat AllIM Acelvetl on or after July Inland before Julyitilt lfilh J 150000 For thin nenrpst correct KUISS received on or uferJiily15thand before August m vv 4 soooo A For tiff IIUlltCllfr Cl guess received 01 Or after August 1st and before Aur y r1 sus1G1hs X r I600W Forlfi nenrpit rnrreef cjVeM recd rd on or after AIIBS 6lhalld before Sep jt Isii li islet i iI 50000 I OQlFl r In nenrusa 1IInlt JIII a ri1 sr rr r 16 50000 y Il1tIrl ripltl Irip nlllIIl ill JJ 5iti I t v q Vahiable Information To aid in fornming your estimates we furnish the followiug figures r r e Tho totalJoplllnr ruts for President in tho year 1801 was 4021702 E tn IhOS wits 57iusn nn ItiLTpase of IKJ percent TnlSTiWns 0IWJIC5 nil increase or 12 91 per cent G t tI 1111Sibtwu UIiJ1 an InoreasaofSOlO percent 1 11 peresrntilu9 K94 an Innreasenf 947 percent 4 1 801 nn hlcre Fe lJ UU r rent f t0- I IIInWRR r 139a102 an ncrenSB u per crfnt p liiiioU was 13059053 an Increase ol 1U per cent i r ItlulI in tuOI1Ytjntw1U I Vipnmuout or tnlttaa tlltnlldIIOU in your aubscrptiou It may r 4 V- Mienft fortune to 0 lit It costs you nothing toguess I SUBSCRIPTION BLANK k ilMiilosidlimfS to lipply subscription account J I 1t r e flllO cv- I iij I 1IyIt3tU31COr r Slostit01 for heolhc e oC1rddlIlun au i 1 11 r jN7 r 1 t 4 it j e fly e t i lB i t ft I r e1 l 1 c fa r 1- F v M 4 Jt h 1 I THU BREATHITT NEWS J WIU HAfllNS Editor r fcrfiltiy August utll 10O4 HOn SSIONAr CARDS J WlSB tlAUINt O X HOWUNO HAG1NS BOWLING ATIOHNEYSATLAW Office over PostOfflceJ- ACKSOX KKNTCCKT rAil business intrusted to then will lecelve prompt and careful at tention rI1I11l I JACKSON LAWYEll KENTUCKY Will practice in DreatlHtt anil = E MagotHn Counties PNH4WIIWWt4WW11tttWWtWlIWl1111FNNNNNNNNN IAr LAWYERJ JACKSON KENTUCKY NNNNN WHITE 1tawy r 0IttI Also Room 603 Kentucky Title BlilR t Ixjuiivllle Ky + Wlllilractire in State and U S Courlf Invites correspctulHiice loiiclilfiR Neu Era Co lands in Owsley or C1 10II lauds in linrlan or Cimi n Creek fern i KyUpon Inypilignti anti report v ttlleaur tract of timber curl and oil lands IncalH I between Meshack Monroe poiiuly Ky end the read uf Kiiigiloui Uofne Lelch JLIrCo Ky Eli 4 r 7 Zri3 itEkrElmUUIS CIVIL ENOIXEEK8I I AND SURVEYORS J r Prompt Atlnntion given toW all elaaaeR of work nrtl m SATISFACTION GUARANTEED n U JACKSONJ OFFICE I U fl KENTUCKY U r r5Zca352E32525s- U r ICNIGIITS oJi PYTHIAS 1C1 tCAAIPitl 1- t LoU1sv1rLE12trAugust +APIU rr ll t N UNDAYIUGHtIa wlllruntlrnin J 1Ioli UiiniiRh lo tourvtlle via L K anti 5uutliern Itatlwav without aliaiiRe feuve Jack r1 int88OAAiifrlvl LuuUviile aunt nfldmoon 1- LONE FARE fur rojnd trill fntn Lexinglonaiidnil latlona on the 1 A r Elu lo I8ylllllliie14ull tale AI K 4 12th to 15lli good to return on any train until AuguU Il Extentlmi o- t4 Limit until Sept 15 dan be necnrwl by payment of fG oeTui at 1lIuI8VIllel iOV KATES TO WQJU Fur ntiy one who vftli to visit Ih VQBU 3 FAJIta rale of OSB 1 AIt tIiififty cents has tff n tnnde run Lexlligton and all LE Hlnlloni laSi 1 Louie and r tu n with p I alege of stop 1 iuverat LoiilnvllH iluriiiK the KiiO nii r inent Theie tickets good to ItoUirr unlll Septlfth J Xi i TAKESPEOJiAJrRAIN TO LOUIS YILLIS SUNDAY AUGUST H th and then go on to Bt Loiil fur the Fair +fAL9 OPEN TO ALL t jJ 4cFor fuilher Information write pi call onT ZW Crews T IVA 8911 TtyT 89 Eott Slain St LexliiRtiTn Ky Held on Montt- l V l IIj pCJc e I In ahumTofEI000 irlilo ainwer MJ I nd etln ell that againsp1 A then fur r tv J ibnultend ysagrylie1iftilifvlihw rr ta a general flxt rB tlnr time Mann n af killed andP1htint r hid Been trnlible ff r some tiin DeaneBo Hug of OwrIaye lIno- died front the effects of a wonnJ he re crlved In a tight Pc reran weeks ago ills remainuiucero brought to Gnn Fork and Interred In the family bury 1JItground IiiSrnulnv vtn Judge Johii Gritleili wu here tnkla depositions In the contest caso between theses Nflile Turnf and Statue Hampton over tia school In hit dUtrict John Watts hilt rented tho hand I Pants store house of John Deans Hi PruperttstnJJ Moore and grill move his fnmll pre In tho Inu ldllIt future end wit I open tip a tock of general meinlinn r tllif tlr Walts Is a very fuircessful butlnMwiaiir Vc welcqme liim and r- Rle4ileaiee JU fitMfly to our town and would b snore of Ids kinds uIThere Isjirooin for many inwecood JIP Fl r emen returny Saturday fter two Wllk- sf VIIIL t Mlddleaboro 11 i t II a II uo l 1- yt I i r Iw t n WEEKS NEWS BUDGET NI WHICH BLUE PENCL WAS FREELY USE- DaeaIrp 3o the Vnrlotit Quartrr 1thslnrldWllllte Found Duly oalood In the Fewest Word 1- 0ftll Co titan TUESDAY aerey Aijxleff U about to leave rfukiaa On an extensive Inspection law K tie ttceroyalty- A sew One between Chicago and St bets has been opened by the Chicago UU Easton Illinois road At East Liverpool 0 lightning fewac lye houses and Injured six pceplt oae of whom may die Dispatches report that a Norwegian wkaUr found norttr of Spltzbergen a Utter from Professor Andre dated 1HI ltae text of the letter la not dls tteMA An overdose of cholera cure taken by Fnk Smith 26 a colored employe tt Uw Columbus 0 Driving park is Laoujat to have been responsible for kU dutk William ONoll 48colored convict at tki penitentiary on sentence of one year from Hamilton county for as suit to kill committed suicide by leaping from the fifth tier of cells 0 MONDAY J 11 Duma has been appointed postmaster at Charleston W Va The rupture between France and the cancan la Bald to be complete A Kansas court holds that the laws of that state do not name baseball as a Sunday offense The Democratic committee kat de clared Swager SherI e the nominee tor congress from the Fifth Kentucky llstrlct It Is reportod that nol tum Great Britain Germany and the United states are Interested In an Interna Jonal looking glaas trust At Warren 0 Bugcne E Thomas 15 was struck and instantly killed by n Erie passenger train Ills wire U i niece of Lieutenant General Cbaffea PATUItDAY The Russian general staff denies the deport of the wounding of General Ku opatkln at the battle of Ta Tche Klao Henry G Green of Atlanta Ga died s the result of being run down by a troctcar near the worlds fair grounds it St Louis W II Rouscy alias W K Sharp rrcstcd In California Housey Is DC used of killing John Masturman in Joyle county Ky about a year ago After voting three days and nights nd casting G02 ballots without hange tho deadlocked Fourth ills ourl district congressional convention ook a receaa until slug 3 Samuel H Cordell an Insurance gent residing at Dallas Tex shot nd killed his wife while she was sleep Cordell shot himself tIthough the Instantly ealousy FRIDAY President Roosevelt returns to th mtlonal capital General resumption of work ordered n the Jollet plant of the Illinois Steal oinpany John Harper and wife perished at Jew leaven Oln a fire that destroyed nclr hoot vice Presidential Candidate H G awls left Bedford Springs Pa with its family for his home at Elkins V Va Lieutenant James Wilkinson Clcmon If the United States battleship Kent I urge died of typhoid fever at Trieste Vustrla Rev Father P A OReilly pastor of U Pauls Catholic church Dlrmlng tam Ala died from the effects of a all from a horse IIJudge Shaw of the circuit court of Ientr county Kentucky granted an restraining tho operations tf poolrooms In Covlngton THUItiDAY kifle4tbrcQFLancastor bank at Lancaster 0 closed on account of a run Oklahoma Populists declined to tune vlth the Democrats nominating their wn ticket Will of Abner McKinley probate t Somerset Pa the bulk of the clltae going to the widow Colonel Charted K Gardon clvillao- cJurKat the Columbus 0 barracks lied while riding ib a cab Seized with a lit Joseph Helser went on a rampage at Philadelphia ana frightened Marlon Rankin 0 to death Comptroller of currency appointed S13 Shaw na r bank examiner receiver of tha fretRational bank of Qrlnhell la whoso were closed by the directors vv1EDNESDAY Tramps at East Williamson W Va nurdered Letyls Cox of Columbus 0 Sixteen automoblllsts leave New Ytakfor Ste LoUla via Buffalo andIChicago At Cjjrnthlana Ky Aubrey Smith 7s Anally shot lark Whalen an em f W B ditlliefy Smith escaped Senator paves emphatically denies the report he Is to marry the widow of Dr John Reynolds of Shep ardstown W Va- L strike of gold and silver In largo uantltles made In an old abandoned Wino In the Sbawangunk mountains near Otlsvllle N y Colonel D K Anthony the noted 1t11aslFlragfst reported dying at hiafltiot i Loavorfworth Kan JRVnatdo Walco of San Jowf Costa Rica reached the worlds fair after a walk of 0000 miles Had beofideluded bya mythical prize of 3tlrOOD beck he heard was offered tatket lwoa who walked the IOb ettl dlataoca Ht attend the fair t j AIIUaIIII ijirlri of the Etlll Circuit Qoint his I een called for AUK 20 to I try caips In which Judge Rlddell cannot pros If oTlil body of John plalr of texlng ton Will found In the Power House pond at that place Sundeymorning In a had state of decomposition He hid dlaI apdeared on the previous He wad a printer byVtrRde and a broth er of UtIIreenlatVtWlJr Clair of 7 t r- I e A Correspondence I SJMP30X j Sirs W A Htmiplnn tins hi 1ack ni uPtaluy tic lit1Ilevs J It llollin vns In jtinp oua fiw IIS till pnut II unI iulllPcii- Cnptnln thirst of IVnr True teas In Impon Sunday Tom McGuIre WAI III Suit piii II fev Dye the past ueek Mrs IHirn Itoteof tie City vUllcd icr sister Miss Lama llollon Sunday Miss Lillie Burst paassd through linpson enroute tu Morrf Sunday Price Itoae sf iee City was in Sin p ihSatuidayHurst vxus in Jackson hutdny r k TouuKNT MU Enrle Al lpy nf Juckron urns leltlne her pnrents M rand Sirs Will tin Junes alKidgewood Junction four eye 1 Alt week She returned home lUmdiiy MU Ella Proctor teacher at Uldpc vood Jnnrtton wn tits guest ofj Misa Hen Trimbln it Mt Strling several Uys last week Mips Celia Bush nf Zuclmilah was i 4i lug her sister Mrs Is 0 Spencer nt tidgewciod Junction last week II 11 Spencer II 11lid11111111 Junction rut at Lolnbiird last week looking round for a better location Miss Lou Meadows Land lady of till lmvubb Inn nt Ileattyville was In re everal days lust week visiting frI s rd relatives Meksrit LD Mllchel and Louis Jet he fAKilllcp hays returned trout Ibe vVorld Fair Friday They report that hey lied the time of their lives MlasMolly Wlcittaker of Vale return I home after a fortnights visit to iel lives tldgewnnd Mr Itaicne Sltckelford of Standlnp ock was in Jackson Friday on private luineMMm 1 Ollth situ Jirr niro Jba 3Ialvery Kinraid uf tezliiKlon ho Ii visiting her were here over Miturday Jr J W Martin potoRrapher ol fleatt ville was here over Saturday Mr llibprl Sullivan and hU little tcFiie were gnesta of Hiss ft file Martin Joberl rpiurnrd hence Sunday but bis lemainetl for a weeks visit Mr Stephen Triton who hat bejn vorkliiR In the rnve fclor at ridge andetent Mr and Mrs Sam McUlove of Blue melds W Va were visiting their sister era Hugh Martin Sunday Mr John Jonei of Itldj woo wit tilling on friends nt Zaclinrlah Su TayMesurs lee CoiiRletcn mud Jamps itilRvan were lucre several days Hits Tpgk Le al liuslnen required their IrtlHnce t JfitAll the rotinil abiint here rent on a firirfng tour one day Inca reek spincd out Ibo fine fUli lice pat experienced conks made fires ant villi their cooking ntenrlU served tin drgsnldhittermu the ground There rrre one and 11111 1loJlII1 Iliii- iltt scud were filled stud they took up if the broken went seven baiketi John Watts nrd family purchased n home IIi Jllek1I1I sod are mm Ing to t Ev ry body lucre U very tarry o- hetr departure + John Is going Into the wbolestile 4nd retail business In Jackson John H flail stud Eli Ml well Iii ilnzavd Tuesday to hear nurry Ever 01diRcIr Henry Hulls wifuwholfas been very poorly with ulilelhiiig 1JJ fBIl- fr la insauviti WC Slrglelon is buildings to It residence near hit old Jihn B Jornelt has told unt 1jg ioods and home proprrly to Jerry Uix atDlr Dlxnn la hiivlng n Tlmron tract for the eon Iru t1ulid he fig Lial hot wood TelPlTftne hoe ha chnnfepd bund U Mi ll il eon trnctor Mr Davit Is puihlugtl work withsnlliclent clergyrCarlo Comua wife is very III yvlth Ibthlsic lr Kellpyol llnztrd pnispdilirdiiKft litr ftonday morning and called to e lokIdtHI Watts Slnglpton at XgSyffel thttMdryJohn Combs tnnde a uilevl H In the ritt hand turk of 11I otis Creek then Rerdhr iWOO NJ j J J Ali persons detlrng t IIthehmill made Into cloth bylhoJIafyyilh Mills will call on Mr M J Uny nolils their mlu eituhlished Aent Inns able t iUuyou full nstrucllons- llo will at the follnwlng limes nllllllll1rei Ifith lth II 18tl1 Jeekson f tfi 20tlr Anchor Wonlafi Mills Maryille Tcnn e- lI tf J Reynolds Afijnt l vttoCO a p k r a RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIM K TALE o EreoveSbtyFnd 190L East Bound No a fay Dilly n lunile 1PM AM 1 v Iexhuglun 223 j 4- 51fnnhetter 8tO 825 ClarOlt103M 913 Stanton 4 920- NntltralBridge 425J 961- 9nrrent 441 1na8- lteattyville Jun 611 to20 0 k K Jttne BlI 1l2c- 1rJahon 8IG 1190 West hound Nr Not natty Dilljit Es Sunday AM rffr Lexington 1010 805- WlncliPMp P23 6SO Clay Oily p37 4S9 Stanton 828 480 Natural Bridge SOIt 401 Torrent 747 347 KpnttyvillB Jun 726 316 04 K function 029 230 Jack nn 826 225 Not 3 and 4 make close connectlo or Cannel City aril point on Ohio Kentucky JHallw ay Dlvlsio dally er ept fNosconnect at L E Juno don with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml Herllng and local points Treln Nr 2 eniinprU at Bratty ville Itinction with L do A fur lifattj Title MgreAIr 0a K It Y Effective Mar 22ml l00f Fait Bound Vest tltuni det w e r = H ch 4i Sf t M AR PM Ar AM IV flf 11- 0nn 2J1i Jackson 11DO 3V 025 2SO OK Jnnc112t1 331 143 l5S Villiiiriit 1152 4V i 8t 152 llnnuiton 1163 4Tf- 7WJ I 128 LPe City U22 fiK 41 122 IMerlmwa 1228 6llj 105 Oannel City 1245 54- M IV CM lr CM IRII AR Ventlmuml Ia enRpr Train conllPct a O A K Junction with train whfcl leaves Lexington at 740 nin iast bnund1arspnger Train connects at O A K Junction with trait whirl arrives at Ulnclienler 620 and Lei Ingtnn at 605 ntn M L Cosirv Supt Louisville AtlanticRy In oir ct July I8ljjl H1- Nos ro6 Arthe Leu 1ylln615 L V l Jnek+nnth nr bib lipallyvllc 7 SO 4M HenttytlUe H l 745 j 430 JllldtllJarll 8 O2 SH InltllIiO12 16 Richmond lojty Xol Xo 3 t o4 Nol V JM 1M A A- lIOOIJM Irvine 58 t11i1165 810 Hldllll nd 315 600 1124 74pV leyVJew W5 014 H Off 7 18 ichlllnV1Il4 43 6 f 6 10 15 8 aL Versailles Ji 85fc 715 tl s j fafiville 8lS 100 JV 1 Ar ii R 9tutui Oiit = tr errs I lll Ir i3Jci i- tA T 14- 1lttI pin Tho Jexingfbif aikido stOrtl Ky coil I nyf tisI trni 11 tm Ji1ek C4 rouiilIo VII unduly Atlau ItI 100 for no count 01 the 1of P En Iluupni zt ui iTVaiitu ttliteajftjrjrpiiiid trip arena follows Irolll Jai1swlIii Sit lu 0 KJtfff h HO I Elkataxni G8x H Atlrul1 I jc Ic1Idlega to + Uh Y I3rltt Torrent Y Vile i lit tf rr f u Stantonc joJ 1 1 lJCIIV it1l J lifaai Itjj ugh iQ t I p ntld t Jiilt 1t i IuttIpt 830 I ell attf th25 it txrM t 10 26t lwka 1 t uti lie ju the aftor t- 1ljit toS I Loiiid wil bJon stile fordthis train with privilege duriugItiifyUrain until yepf 10th jFprfurther inforniation calf on agents L K Railway or- ti Ohll9 Scott l tjiio p A LexinEtogsK y u c IMPUOVJm TRAIN tilts s VIC1C- OlVcrotlby ttio lloiuluniiu Itouti lielwuunlTouUvllln in d St J onU Commencing Sunday Juno 20th Kcntuokyt popular line the lieudert suit Route will lnnuturntu n 11111 und J I natlnysurvicu brtwesn uiiivlllu i wIlli11II11ally of all trains between these points Three dally train will be operated in each direction on the ullowln mfe suheduljs between LiuUrllle and St LouisLeave Louisville 830 n1II 000 p in anJ 700 am ArlvnSt Louis 010 II m 7 20 a m and 010 p mv The equipment IK brand new JIll rout tilt nion of the Host moder rediiliiile atuirn and U IIJ fine rs o ny Irnin operating in ornlt or Ken ncky TheKtSOa m train ihront wllhiio chtiiiKe If corn ulll be reutpuxed V Iitllmnn Obnerviitlun Inrlor Cai Free ItpollmiiK Chair O tits lUiilnv CUM and hlKi bark Brat passenger coachesThe p m train through without iliaiige of Oars will consist of roll man Sleeping Care Fren lIvcllnlDK Chair Cars and high hack seal IUftI- ter conches Tine 7COs in train nlll here Iurlur tirs DiiilliK Jnr sod Idgh buckseat n n +tuger cunclirr Tlie Dining Cars on day train will serve meats a la rarlo you pay fiA thus you get All trains will leave from stud arrive in the Srtventh Street Union Depot iulsvllle arrlvitiK at end del af lldfj from the mainlllcient new Uiifun Sta tion Si Louis- JiiiurRhnjliiK your tickets loSt Lou ji or to poinU west allk thIIlo1ut fur tickets via IAlull1lIIallil the IIlluhHison Route He will have thru and will be glad to ticket you WilL way You will Im iat lled In evens resp rr with the accommodation ervlce that la olTerttl byliceOtlieinL which hues been termi d Route fur KentucklaiH The Best Offer Yet 0 Wj will givo ytlu th- efCourierJournal Six Months or tInt Louisville Herald one year hull the Breathitt Co News riio year and ONE GUESS at thu 1000000 PRIZE hoc One Dollar If yonarwa Democrat yon evil want to read tha CourierJournal If you are n Kepnblicnii you will want tb fend tho Loiiiavillo Her aid dnriiif the Campaign If you aro either you will wan to rend the Breathitt Cotfnty News 81OOOUJOPrizo =WantedI a One Thousand Men nod Women to nnnMliH Civil Service Kxaminatlnn fur the follow IlK United States Govern ment l iosltloiiii NAME OF POSITION Uepartuurttt Itrunult lJru JJiuitlO Olrrk Sidle or Female- Slunogrnpher Mule sir Feiiuile Stein Kiuiheruiul Typewriter Mule 01 Female limikkeeper Alnluor Viiidln KulluMy Stall Clerk AiH IS to TiiKKtr 20 Custom lliiiixi Itriiuuli ASM LI in It LotoIity Iiipftiir Clerk Mhle or Fenialtt Asslrtnlll Veiglsers Merseuger 8u m pier i hitiinul Ituvitnnu Ltftuifli 4lgnLimR t llent GIIIller Storekeeper ptOtliCO Drtluili + Clerk Mule or lentnl 19 JClerk Carrier rtiFur Ituarnlntfcuna U ruel u chant Ky11citeJ 1t L W an9r Contract ltQtir lk and Stono 11Ii111o unit Oenient for sale Qivo needingarlythitt JACKSON KY Oil And the torinntlons in which It is found IrutprclurrGuide IflllrllllII WA TED To buy poplar IORS for anylengthr1PJ Gibson i 11 Norton 1 1 DAY BROS ft I COMPANY r Wholesale and Retail a f Juiyc the most complete stock of GENERAL- tI MERCHANDISE tt Ever brought to Jackson Consisting a oiB1iji- tOdSt sFrr COlIOl18 1 r 0 8 eftriuqi J JtQ t= r fo st We have the Finest line of SHOES in Eastern Kentucky Our m ens shoes are of the Latest Style For the Ladies we have the most Lotlof Shoes money cOLlldbuy nillinery GoodsDepartment is under the man agement of Mrs R J Fullcerson who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSInJ from the Eastern Markets 86if you need any House 1 = urnisii or ttiFURNITURE ft txR 1v11l1oe the people you are looking for ti t we have it by car loads to suitfI every body Ai j J Come and see us our 1tL1y j- of IIItIItIlI to tI I v Prices Are All Right s- Sllusilluluiuuulllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll1 i i 111lllllllllltlltlllllltlllIIILJUumtom DAY BROSS ti COMPANYi r- ac fi J Kentuckyvi y t fl Ir ft tI r1 1 7f t 4 1 ittJ w H r w try 1 t s o rvi O 5l aa iv W A J t t n i- Ct d The Breathitt News ItibllslMd livery lrMny N Local and Personal L pJHIIIil 1 11Millnctlt advorliannitiiit on n guaranty that our pnpur nv more tlmn twice thu circulation ii Breutliitt Countyof any JMIJHM ptiuliahtKl Our paper goes to ev try post olllco in Perry Count nUll almost ovary ono in Leo Mn jjolHn Owaley Wolfu lord Knotl Counties If you want to reach the moun tain trade try an ad in thu seers TIT COIWTV N XWB flattings at Day Bros Co K Wctlllo ul lest ltrrrk tens liei on bii pieta Monday It costs II- Ietlg guess II K DitvU imVfd into Ills IIP new Lulldlug nlr Ibr depot last unr- EprelalItnm rtu Irfiuhvliv AiiKii1 Hh Sr rliw1nlH Ii another niliinii MreSoln KnslutVstnlrntr vjlin friend In Inrknui during slit pxi verkt ttHIIiliu mid Y OIIMIC will Imil yon haggegl or rpe r imakniti1 to or feint the DiiMit eln nPr Ihnlallt IIlIlel Jninti SlUlhnm lm Niret l lit pitlilun as uperatitr ilL hut Telephon CxcUng liolHTt Ilium hat Iliorrll Into llr DvldMill li ll + r on for llrlullU J BMcIln reiuniid last wrux font tlUIIllf n Ip to Ierrtl Ietcher aul mutt COI tIIllert Grant JIIIjOruulSate your thul 101 WIIIIIIII YiiniiK llepi enliillv for Navvnt Iaiiidry LeiliitftHit K- yAO llnilmin end tilt nu Vlllliin Henry llnJiuu were cillrn loiirottlcp TueMUy Ciirtl hulls bat nnfepled a potlll a on Ihn 0V K as IVienger brnkimnn K K VillliM md Sum omi lure rciirnl the eonimol or enrrylm tint hulU frwm Ihr dfpt 10 lbr mi oflle TlwlIIlII Trent and 114 Laura Park wsrr 111111at the residence ul tin brtdf punMi Mr aid Mrl I K Turk on July 2dili Klllott Carlthlr ulii hna bl1n hrriUnK on the O A K lit IHVII tram erred to tin 1k 1C There will btilt Ice ere m nppei II Si Ilirlleiu Saturday night allUti cordially Invllttl f Now ia the the linio to buy your matting at Day Hros Co Alex llohrt niul MUt IrfiiiUa Tur nrrxverii nmrrlfd last Thursday at I- Itndeilctl tit she bride nenr l roEtI Ormk Whrn In l mnKtimilop with IUr fruit Ktea llotul The public School began at the Inli lie School houti near 0 11 1ulUnli last Monday ulili all Ilirollnitiiil of n IMJIII leo fret J14Ihru and T U Jiekare Ih1IlIrllIr + Day Uroa Co have meived JOO bolts of now matting which theyare selling at great bargains A 0 Wllioii anil wile wifM vilt IIIK the tutully oA C IhnUon ntXoltV Sunday On their way Mr VIUon kill rda very Inrttu rllllll snake In Ihu pal He rend Jim buluw Sllveiter Nobles lioin i Sakiinun Wauled Tu tell the Sine IrSewlnK Micliliiua In IBH Ovalcy i LO luittBlid ferry cuiinllei Ih14 Ii u J51tIlJluh W lit10 Call on or ddre i tiger 111g Jo- lJli J pIallllll Mgr Jackson Ky 4r a JtLhllUIJOltl to A II Putluu Vtlie n Hh which con ulllJUtt I f5e4ee for tS 111 InitiHj wlfl IItt1j a reltttnco on ihn llr p wOtln Xiiyoliewnniing jlmniiluii innwen or llayrake Cull on or nddres- blla + Klunmery Hon 41 lieinivvlllu Ky Wade Super and wifu who hiive liven lhliij at Camp UlirUtT urlhe I past two year returned last week nod hiave lukeii op their re ldeinie huts egdoIf I you want results advortiso in the paper that has the circulu I f tion Thats us I Ir I II Illailtoii Viet 1resldenl r of Central University of Danvlllu was here Several Jape last week looking tit ter till lnlure t of the Iees Instltnlu lIo1t the mieitof Mr and Mrs J S li1Ieud wills h1l8- f iT11 Hndion trustee ul the Jury Fund now IIHI the money to pay oil r HIH Jury Claims fur the June Term ol f II 0 Circuit Court Exouraiou pit ihe 0 k and II5 4E August Ui- fjtt s y 1jI 1 Li Ion 11flvii ojlllIIJill mllII ores S1n3 It Iinginh tutiHil to tit Iciiuiiy of Killiui I Iilllnn tin llttln ilnimliinr of Dr nth lira A M ltllllllni lit litn IItI nt 0 10 oolunk Fridny inoriitiof Ulicn nntlt fi tpr nfler mi Illness of nlflil vke gnrd rlghl years- A Unit furiti hunt WI hna gillie V viilen wi Invid M U t tell A plnno in vricniil Inour home Vhloli never eau be Illled tetrtr- 1hn K Imiick tins pniclintd the irlr k riSldinnf of 1 J IlttU nn ndwhy mid will take preusinut- llh Sept ili Nt when Mr Mill rill more in the mm ho pnichrtiil at rtlm helcr On Aiuint Inih 001 AM lrv D4ntrl lunar of 1I HMlMeil hy IlHr- nVlrr Ailklnvnnd Tlinmn Kelly will nmlnct relit ulna fHrvlof+ tit the olrinh nan titer lit mllIlh of IliuUlnirn- Kv ry lnwlr Invlinl I Imve WO d tn Mnsuoa Friill Jm InarU ami huK gallons 1rlreti vr43- tlldalI M S CKAI On lliti Iilrtll nl 1iiiyelh Ilie Iniint Charley Arnett In Mil 111111 II County snit Iniriird nnlilni wa4 unviil Jnijt i 1 nrKaii Till lust N ilioii 1700 wit no liiiurancp hound Foundn pNlnl the ownercivn hit It- tI ItlenlKjItiK Mire nail enlnhlUhluK uneithlp unit paying for stilt ml Jnlui K Patrick It ineini lust the irnt qt war In Uekoiii hiss 1 em hileil sntru wlml Hid Utiiiwlointed III Sonlli Jmikimii Oin hint lKht took pliioeon Saturday neiihiu IHU alien Robert and uhn UarKli niKngeil In a illlllcnlly with Hm McAllister In which Me AllUlir nra nwaiileil a very bock 1n audit Impelewly xwiillmi lip helHK lUrnott vllh II IIkIIIJIIIIlIf about our oiliult nun HIH hand of Hubert Iarl They were broiiKht hedtre 1iillco Judge Cnlwell on Mnniln 1 ISO rning uhloh riiiilied In a IIIIIIK try III Ilie afletiHMin htUU re rind nod this time tilt Jury agreed knd lined 111111 n ilnlUt earth 5SAinto uiriKSt July iSth wltlunnhlu pDraont from Jackson antlnil vointa J net of KtmttyvHIu Junc tion to rnnnuct atlUriittyvillaJuni tOIl with ihoiruirlyinoriiiiig trJli for HfHltyvillo Irvine atul Kioh eland Their time ami ajipoars fit nn othor column Attorney HiiKh Itiddelt war In Jack inn Sill 1111111 10111 lit way in Qiilcktuml mil other purls nf llio county where ln arts in have Urge ImunJrltH uf land nrreyed Vtigitamiitfua lurgur circulu tjon than any other jmjior publish lid in thi s section New Standard DININCi rAKS FOI t Worlds FniiJrnilie1lA SOUTHERN RAILWAY On ncRiinnt of the popularity aid Rr nlly Increwsed parlmiiiKH of till OUrilKUN3 ST LOUIS SIKOIAI Triiln No 21 which lenses LexInKtnn 111al 0IO nn stint Umlsvllle at 1 OOa in for HI Irfinl tin SOUllIImN llV hint forms llneiennry tl put Into iervlco maKuKlcOnt newtetilidunl doling car which will provide gervio su perior to any rallrond In III u leollon n till cdimtry The airivnl time of this ilendld tritln nt St louU U 150 pm dully this tieliiK the fastest train vie any line from Lexington Iuulsville nod Intel medlm polnu to Ht Louts This U very Imporlnnt niwsto nil nf lh people of Indlmm suit Kentucky who live In Hi i porllici of lhit antes pune rated by liuSOIJIIITItNItAil11A1- All mnaU enroutH ihroiiKh Hi1811 ltlrtte U15 nerved alaoiirte on tlinsr trains Ihe pcloni and coinlnrtubh15 illiilnj sues will attract tllll grealer pslruimge this rocd Cheat tralnt atop only at the principal point between Lexington Loulavslle mul yt Lonli mid liavis been oiiiiuplmi nnsly popuUr with nil first oliti travel ersto the World Jour The in Itt tnlit telory WilY to aiipreclatd tliHndVHti taneof tlmiia train fi to comport with lh i appointment of roes on nnyother rullroad operntiiiK into fit LotiK- ThuKxpoiitlon in null complete In overt detail prejentlng n picture loo bemitKul to describe The of people from fardlstancu utraI1l11 layed their visit for IhU Imvo now begun to mute 1 o that the lln IshliiR touch jvhlch thu SOUTI1KUN RAILWAY lea put upon Its nlrendy uporb train service Ii very timely lout will doubtless bo ttncernly appreciated by the pnblto genelnllyI TIIKSOUTIIKKK Is tnony mills the shortest road rrolll 1exlltgtlnt end tau Isvllln and tu St I s InuhrVito gueaa play moan a fortune TriV rto you WATCHES For rhuILaboring nmu- Profcssiuunl ninn Clcrv man Fine Watches ktp- leSelltiltOn PURPOSES S25OO 5000 Anti upward HEINTZ E 12AST I- OlMOSlTi IAIo SlIUOWl tli 1IIg I- XfiCIVIONliV I I Jnlin K Im rink left Kriiluy fir Iui- vlllowhere lie still uphill severalflays IMliiiK 1114 clitiiKhlpr KiiKiiiij Nlrk Coln ill Knoll Otiiiiitjr tvnt- nken to thj ItHfiirm Siiinl for n Wren klllJIltnftoltur Free IeeliningClntir Cars to St Louis Tlit Sitiilhrrn INilwii tins IIHIIJlInl leil n llniMif tree ridlinliiK cliilr cnr nn Ibrt nlRlit trnin Iwlvvfun ifxln ltni I Milnvlllf hind rti LuiiU thrnnpli wlih iiiil uhniiKe Incli ilin iilMi In nildltlon 10 Iii thniiiKb uleepew coal ooncbHi hrrluiore oprrnteil 11iiMi nn Ninth new viUbnlwl ram with nil lliH Into + t linprur iu Mii intending in ikhiR ojiinnnrtiiiiiv tolIm rattt wish niomK for Inbliii lull gfntb1 utrnlightrd by pinlfoli gus1hs rlftllnliiR clmlrjsnr nrt sills In prey populnr wlih the pntmniiiif IlitI modes tbfy ire very piinifntlnlilo nnd nl nlidlt list dmir ran tin iiirnuil bnck mid nil tt inntiiid al n Inllmmi t Iftppr willinul nry oxtrn charge Any ttntrrt Ker hnldiiiK u regular thronsli tinkpl titer tillS uillitrn Knlhvnv U iMitillinl to rtilH In thtwe car 1 Excursion Sunday August 14th On Sunday Aujllth tho Ohio iC KontiKsJcy llailwity will run nn uxciiraion froth Cannel City to Jackson gild slum at 0110 faro for th j trip This traits will Imvo Cnnnol citytit 7 n in and eon not at 0 5C K Junction with BjitSial train for LonUvillo on roxington it lliatorn Kjii roturn ing lunvo Jaokton nt llfD n in Hurl arrivingat Citunui City 1155 p in This train is run to ncconi tnodatt parties dtiairing to attund Ivnights of Pythias urnslillltllOllt nt Loiilavillounil the through rntoto UnllllolIlia returning on any train until Aug UHih Thoso do sirinjr to miko tlio trip to St Iou is niayjdo HO at a lull of MHo Caiinu t ity to t t l yiis tiokotf WI1Il 1jUrr1lil I I 1I1Itmill until ji utl r l ththlOftftl1 iotoln- w1tr111111 1 0111 to joljrt villa t 4hnyirt 11i It K tint Sul e IiII juf forth or rtArflAiiIiiraffLtirH frt C li fltHI1i1I1 I I ayr t UNIOXNKJr I- fWill bn hll1Itt Mkt tllhlll no4jrdbyLIlllcl Ret III VnlHii of Hneedvill Penn will dSfour tho leetureA Vw HII8 At Nlnt r ill on Friday nielli AIIJ 12ib loot nt the IVunbjjtiarmn Jhnrih nt Tnuknn KIlI1r open nl 7 IM AIIIII18dlllll Jrl snots Childrii nndir 1910ecnls Iha proiH cil Is to bn plncrtl ln the Charm IlIlIhlllllo hi llu will ntltobhin lI lls lioannlnad ore SntidMV liilKht AUR 13th nail preach ibirfi on the following Sunday i Read nbbutsour + Tttllttruo93iil contort l A a All who nfoJiHlpbtDtl to tho oe tutu or J JJaf r tmtl will i lutist enlland oneutiAIiwj jj jnuidujii Atuix THE BREAD MAKER tins nn fi ors nf tha result when using Mansfields Flour tii hill nod him the nnliiral luste and Iliivor of tin whint berry Mnkci li llnr whltpr henlt tier trend limn you Imro hirer using lunniifu it In mllbd from ilic lipHtvheiiMiml milled In thn right wnyoii thw first Iljulppid roller Hour mill In Kentucky Litil 2Vlb kIII H153T IATliNT or MOUNTAIN UllY talk to you It xvlll be inon nrunting 111n lore of wonln Ark your Kroner for it II C MAXSPIKII Jt SOX RO8SLVN ICY q Worlds Fair Southern Haihvny SIIOUT NI2 43 Miles the Shortest Fastest and Best to time Worlds Fair LOOK AT TUK SCIIKDtftKSf Leave LcxttiKlnn 010 am Dilly Iinitnvlllf 000 nnr e Arrive St Mills J 60 p in Dully Solid trnln of Iollinnn slrrprrs5tluul- rrn Unllxvy Stnndnid Dining Out and venillnilfil cuiirlirB llnniili from rIo liifitmi lu St Iunli shiest ilinnge 01- InI Ixlllltld roo p In Dal KniiUvillc 1015 pm Arrive nt S Willis 732n so hint Solid train of Ilillmnn nlfeji nn 1 free rpnllnlnu ell1ll Cot through frofii IiXlnnliiii to Si Inn ts VTiiliiuit oliiiiiU t All trains innki rinse c innectftn ai Union Station St Uiuja wllfrjVubnfili Subiirlmn Service ml mAtrJ Cur direct to the j iA r Itdsit Runnel Trip uhr n bnlr 1Frollt Ii nii r1000 K oCIIlttlmrnlliJnlllfl Dec ICtH 1041 18 86 Rood rot n g i ty days f 24011I1II1 rtUlrn n ltlIJnltrrlf Itckntd will be on snle ds11yat the nbovp rain v 870 Conob lixpurMon TlckpUntr solo every Tnetdny niulrThnrdny lu August juift r Sept boil returning cevoli tlayii H KliiKOlty Ti L Agent RO EnJt Mnin St Lexington iCy AVU llIr lIlI ij 1 c gvuf Southern LexInjiloiffK iDepot f T l1 Crews leave ln oifAG S4 T Main ol Ie3cliici Ky 011 IluugerforJUI nnA lllIi I Fotirjli Ave lasts Ill Ky4 0 U Allen AMI Uen- Ioui Itss4 Agent St Mo + + Ladies Only It Is Wom Who Need Most R lcl From Little IrrJr tating and Aches Dr Miles Antirain rills nroalor wonifnWomnnn delicAte nervous organlanl Uncles to the least jarring Influence nn nome ache or paIn In tlio nlulLCTho remedy M ot IianJ Dr MilLe AntlItaln 1Ills They net must marvellously on wum ana nervous orBanUmonjl relieve and euro tlio pains to t5 a mart T Ilcadaches 111IUI11 palm amt all kindsoftill dli ti M If a genttithis atialt 1If1 I them nwny v slneM titQah pt no 1 to iho bead tlttch Itacknch tit nit cured by l JlO + cu fort J Cured wflM tit ro Ai nftorcltect out unnatural or other btlICkbt1Dr Miles n women nnd tcause they are easy t 1 e nil their BUffcrlnc + ass I oftIpeinK to on men lirouglit on these tcrrlMo I Irk numerous remeulcs without rellrfyintI I trlc t Dr Miles AntllMIn a they Jinvo cured me When I feet w toms of nick hcnilacho take a pIlMw word crt tho nttnck When 1 nm rt l n till Boottirs me JWH 111lrlcOfor Vain Also Hymptom thank Our Specinllnt will dlanoso your tell nu what la wrong and to rlgfd It LUOlA1OIUII nit lIILl H l1I UllAINeo 1lhodny Court trolls liich woro well It tolid ol IP 11 A JJtr J t 1 I BUNCHED r 11 PAflAGBAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS I AND ADJOINING STATES lC 5tLouINrten11abdaUnlo Thrust Sliisliril Oncritl Itiirkner IliiprovliiK Oilier Mention St Ixule Atiff 1A vivacious Ken lucky bolltv atlas Dottle Dixon 1I f Plnchnnl Ky BtyllHhly dressed and wearing a small fortune In diamonds and other Jewelry Is a primmer at tlio Four Courts She is charged by Mrs Marion Drown of Bumpier Tex with having stoles tho lattors Imndsatclul containing f 1000 at a luncheon sta thou Mrs lit own says sho was pass Ing through tho Midway when accost ed by tho maldon from Kentucky who Rnatchoil her satchel and walked away iicomlngly unconcerned Sho searched the station for A policeman but found nono and III tho meantime Miss Dixon 1I811DlJonDIxon arrested I Members of Southern FamiliesI Now York July 29 A few hours after the discovery In Ventchestor i creek of tho body of Joseph Hammctt a private of tho Eightieth regiment United States army stationed at Fort Schuyler Corporal Richard M Spen cor of tho same company was placed under arrest Tho nnturo of soveral I wounds on tho body Indicate that Hammott was murdered According to officers of the regiment both men wore members of wealthy southern families nnd closo friends ITammctt tho OiTlcura said was a son of n weal thy planter of Nashville Titan Spori per is said to bo the son of a wealthy i Kentucklan Tho two men had boots much In each others company during their two years service In the rogl mont Spencer was detained awaiting action by tho coroner lie Is not charged with tho murder but Is hold In connection with tho case Work of an Enemy IxMilsvlllo Ky Aug tCharles Norris residing near JofTersonvllle found n spreading viper threo anti a halt feet long fastened to tho Rate by- a nail drawn through Its tall nnd loft II1CI1Hldneighbor It Is almost certain that ho would have started to open tho gate without dcoing the snake whoa tho reptile which was angered by Its Im prisonment would have sunk Us fangs In his hand The bite of the viper IB exceedingly danjjorous Mr Norris killed the snake Ho auspocts an enemy Mystery Cleared Evansville IndAug1Mrs Thorn ins Llttlcpage wife of a wealthy farm or in Henderson county Ky who mysteriously disappeared July S has been located hi Eart St Louis On tho day sho loft homo Mrs LUtlopago went to Henderson pvosumably on n shopping trip and while there throw 1300 out of tho Lank Tho husband cf Mrs Llttlrpago has received a lottor from his wife saying site is comfortably located and that silo wants to to main forever froo Sho tithed him to consent to a divorce and to send her all her belongings Inspection of Books RefusCJ Louisville Ky Aug 1rTbo Illinois Lifo Insurance company has with I drawn front Kentucky Tho stop was taken v11untarlly following n dotaau J mailo Insurance commU Blorter for pcrmiHsion to Insjicqt tho companys books Tho demand was refused A largo number of policy holders are affected by thin companys action which leaves thorn without tho t protcctfon of the Insurance Jaws6t tho gtato in which they reside The num her of pollcyboldors affected la cstU mated at nearly 100000 t Was Murdered HJndman Ky July 29TII body ol Taylor Hayno 71 was found it the Collins distillery Ho Is said to have been aiMlctod to drink Hogs had eaten away onp side of his face but a fracture of thu skull and other wounds colild not have Boon inflicted by the 1I0ri Tho body showed ovldencca ol having been terribly beaten with clubs and rocks ijllas Jasper and McClnl Inn CoUin rbieo sons of Ilohert Col lI arrestellIhQrgclt 1 Colored Marvin the Race 1JordanTJgckson laiUr IS tlrYR ItIKk a petition to UqosovVK In ItlQspnt of his election the i f collector of In goalevuiportils district In OB QlIltlon The Inttor wrongly lndoracd vJackson for dele lRotentlargo and Ji1 opposition to Kobcrts is an unexpected blow Constitutional Amendment Lost j Charleston NV Va Aug Ltheproposed amendment to the constltu lion abolishing thoprovUlori for for fclturo of lands fur nonpayment 61 tuxes ohtt elf this purposes names In tho caU for ho Hpoclal session wag defcj r1iy4a strict party votes nol rtllay thpohtltutlonnl twothirds tj Horrible Crime 1owen horo Kyw AUK 2 Tho body f u tl tai tnanWAs IJlSIOV Ire tip f 1iVBroliIldASt8ko had t o 4 through hie tluottt Into Uif HJjiH then b S tover totho wall and 11M Tho mawho discovered t1tIlro belllS eel pCII1fps the i en Leelelatcy Mor fin airumboV DcmoeL mckbor tray Jpi end utou- I c ityitZd r9ft l fght i discaso islaturoIy Sea S D Klicnor forhiirKiiiiiii In clonks A Roe 8 tiny nlaiitl vb i k rut forLtOJ i Ugrguotsull cogt atlalrilt1 reselit ns wall as flew sn Eohnets ono lues for each bet J Uou Bu scliptly VlI Is t t I rt j l r L- Jp JJJ i4T Tlio Time to Iwgin Public FchooN i here again t- Probably Irotl nerxla W01 WATGTI I haro thetaiAll iiialilios All prices I i Tiulieantid GUt1 tlIIItIIS xolid I Gold WntclusSilvor HuM filled md Silvortnr6illnlebe i I Toailiers ant tpopinlly invit I cd to ifill and oXiimfno III stoOl vvhott in 1 nckilnllISD FLEENOR I JKWKLVU AND jTiriN I fsllr mwt t1I Coiiililnaliim OOVi Ily our libirnl lerinJtRlth the piil lisirr of other 1illt nrr shin lii fill iilnh you two Mip riiir n llttln morn than tlie lrIJeJtI W anus avo you iniint y IllS IIlJ vhpVrijj t1I t III h in taljp Wit will t hrnlah you Tlflj uuKATnirr COIHJTY xitws tutor either of sits follow hIt IOhlenJ1IOiiminimti Kit uirer- Lixingtoii Louder Iluain and Iarln rir New Y rt Trilnitielnrmer Ono Year For Only loNo ono should bu without n puprr shun hi con buy two of the boat In tbs Country fur en little uiuiiiy For Htnplu nnd Kiincy UIIiI8 nl iivdt pricoi cull on UgawTunl A UifiHili or ihoiiH lS A vntUfiMl oaranmor w tR6Hwit nd rprlUiinent Our ciiKtiiinarc udver tIst1Is A 1 CRAWFORH Co r f n r iw KATES s T- OLouisiana Purchasei EXPOSITIONt = WORLDS FAIIJ St Louis Mo 114 11 M NJ Till P itason Tickets 7f3anteJACKSON KY limited to Doc 15th HOI fl4o ixt In tickets on sale dajl1 SITSstFifteen ilny tickets on sale daily 551515 + for further infonnotion apply C I to 1i1 llombjook Agun- tJACKSON 1 Ky f Coal anil Timber I ami I WuntoilV- nnlPil I on hUIllIrIhlllllulIloeres of and anti Nuttier Innd In Kastern f UapTIniIs0 K diitrir To IinJlllnI j OUM S Kxlll SIIOItT LIIO- t 870 J ROUND TRIPIV- EXINGTON t r 7t5 1 WORLDS FAIR L ST TOriSMO IAiff t Via f SOtithcln Railway t t t TickoU on sale July ljthtj 21 25 and 28th S- XO I y CIfAN OF GARS I 1 between Iuiiiitun and St fouis y 5dFurrWritet tI W l0w3itA if t 4- IrilPUiillgIl18 iIirtfrAellt t SoSn East W am Sr I 1i Loxingloii itJif11iiiiiii fun Shoes e e 41ti J j I t No Cut off Vamps in f f + e e I- Courtneys Shoes r i lOlt SALE BY r 9A P CRAWFORDcoe A p L I r Ml t il rr t iere e Ae I The Ct I if ebratedf w t ItANAN E3 CIR I rho Bunt on Rrth d f w I r 1 i r J RICE 500 P Htj iJJbi t 1 t UO 0 tI For Sale By to = b- t t DAY BROS t O ir Ji J ksoJ 9 leQtuolY tI r 1i 4 61 = oq7r 1- 1or I i1 J 1 i TT c t f It I IJ 1 J k- a t l jJ J J- ti k 15 A J ur lI i N 71 I 1 WILL Ni ThBl Substituter11Copyrl1hf 1903 by HARPER ta BROTHERS b i TOnr Mrs Ttiigau iniminj urrI the renrr uy lill chi Sas1 tJtjr tr rr ncnrliiR homo Shes tryln hor bust to ketch wmcliody piisAIn from church to learn n lilt o news Ive boon fool In or over since the doctor t1lril Vr I IInlnt got nuicli use for hor either I1n folks run n talc down to her slit mighty nigh nhvnya tolls uin I starts t It mi wilds em over to Ooorjro Mushed rte IlwIKJitw and fltood nsldo through Hello Mrs Pugan she called out to the short Btovtf wnmniv nt tho onto about fifty ynnls nuny- Ilnteyoubennl when they ore n golu to lot you mitl No I Imlnt snapped the jrosslp ns Mie drew her roil bronkfnst Rlmwl arer hurlittUl nod cars to protect them from the brcofca tat I ktioxv when the uex court ceimtniw Jlra Iltllycr nn Im A bcntllng aver tlx7 Z71CHCCi thinitc I Tlus had d y hl1ll1t got no more scarlerho e t lIotr nygn love Its ii fpJ Th d r ntn 1t ndareisetltdrew Jiut UiioiHhidowir faa eomlcnl way nn d HJFlnJmV at George Idyou ever i 8hUJmIc1 That old huaay callln in t 111Y my rillHorne nn patS as of wed T b n to school toKotlicr iiif swopped i rhnwln wax Then phe iiled out to thourpavlu mimmjuitr 1larr smllo 1111 t IIhIPRHOk Then doctors dont know every thlm Sully I ou Pugnn When r I1 wai apnl It inns All tho fashion to i bleed folks fer different dlaenscu but jftow limy sn Jt was q mistake Tlif I Toetorrt still iiTwiV htit they lance tin ti pocket Instead o the yj lns JIuvo you lieanljibouf Mhry Jlnniyiii nn All it- t o jIo tryln if run pIT to jilt iiiurrlrtiy- f Uhyi no not a word Mrs lllllyor h I iI1RIII 1 JIll prlKoner as If clutching at a straw of comfort In tier confinement 1 No I hnlritspcd nHntil today Whnt t hboht IU Mm Ulllyerjfwlnkdd nt Ocorge nsaln I th fsliu 4r IIP street y I Jinlnt aROlnV to yell flint sort o 1 + r klll1nl out nt tlfetop o uiy volcje Mrs al lupnn Tito ud think Id rurHtfrlItIi plcndotl + dot twlny UmnU you said Mn HlllypR They tell nu thnJI danger Jest In tnndliijjil li n Infected I IJ4V i son nu tll rho same wind blow on our 3fr ltllly fr moved on toward tho 5steps JBI I rt11n rr 1 witht p It TQu r WrM that on n sheet o pnpor an J ultmvr tho fence Ill rUn In tn I nffn mdnuhr J tightwL j smiled tile merchants wife Ipot to net nbQutfc fur JujjU oj folks qTI CnAPTEU VII 101A I I F night u1Io1itI iildie tit the nfoatlir l c wan tiwakchofliiiiuKetithj fat ping goo the wof ids IIstOIlil1Tlli ytpit I sir Gt4arg1 miytr rit1f Ilut cr VUIcc I lont tll sotr h IJlhH e You IIIIIIIItc1t I 11 vn 1 i k to the tout eLtI WitS ntclIn q1I tgnnght Juntil uJifin shoot hefotuf jrjMi found out who tt was nllikle R In answering show ed GI tl1lrlj1nt the uimminl visit i IlllljcrliVlird him strike n ntntch and sill In Ilia light It furnished us qtiI1C iipplhdllt ti bls lamp thlIIflt od111gUt Air I tJVnIWllW l I I tIn n mimenti tho merchant 6jjne V rs the pnVit ratllTnB door In frontiiiu caino Hlowly back to his dorks aparty mont i dJ+ Olt baek itt hel6111x1 he Lye Jdl aid uvcrcelt on true my t tIliirc r X chntturln I feel lito I wnsnn Iii1a I 1A ieaXf coM Mr IlUlyisr Ilngkioy aH IIQV classed nil hut his coif andjho hastily drew It on non1 a Mf dowif Mi rho betl Hlllyer ro 4 ntaijied Standing In the middle of th II a iJnitII ng tc tY rvl trim 1l 11111 f err-vs hlifies 1 wist k Into It i P lest 1rout to call opt at1 aeL3ilia to itlitli IU11nt y 11 GcorJo Jj I vas tittiru till gout4 1PJ I o clock tu1nkpa pro ova George I need JoltrYJnytu a1n1e any I1tf 1i r i J t l fmYr ri 2- I i1 lff 4tad w 1iP r1ky a 41 i HARBENAuthor 1 Abner Dan iel The Land of the Chunking Sun The North Walk Mystery Etc It u eels Sir Hlllyer said the yuuht man quickly Wo url simply friends tbatn nth It was as If the merchant had Rio hound tho reply to his questionIl t Btaanl blankly nt Buckley fur n uio mutt and thou with a Kroanhu burled hH fees In his hauls and rocked back a id forth like n mss In petit Suddeil ly he J lIltlIformulate rt reply Ho could only answer tho astonishing statement withI an almost alarmed stare CJeorKo Im fwlferlu unffcrin Its tltt old thing I thought aftjjr my talk j with you down here awhile HRO that would feel better hilt lfabiiek npIU 111 e n million devlU had hold o every tIIC rye In my brain an body her they tIt xvwk It has been prnwln radii m l wms an now ft somuii haint duo j IM Jest die lint 1 ant tell you Von know 1 said I hadnt spoke shout It ftr thirty year to a Plnpb vfrtnl an lnikh- a you hero that nfglit seemed to a II solne rood an HO tonight when I tfiildirt slurp 1 ihouglit Til conic to j n Im glad you cane Mr Illllyor You remember George 1 said that II nit Williams file whoo test tjiiy hint cleared mewo llvln t TxsisrYes I rumoinbcr ygu said thud Mr- II llyer ThursdnIy 4 uM frleiubi nn kin When I heard Iwil coino I was patti nt my lest U nner nn Ilndn Was atalkln an r of cm mentioned It All my t Iligth went out o mo fer they said Li d pot religion nn was lendln a rirbt Ihn you ktiowvhatlnttenr it unto George Im aarl hes eon nu I bnek toto ax tufto1illtnrlil 1m con I fivs the truth They say men will sit th it n way an they nigh time crave illi I ids glttln old SomenH wrong I know far he nets guar In nut eomh to titan me Im ns nigh crazy us- teen n over was Do you know what I th no last night It wan aa dark na pitch an 1 knowed nobody woulan- ire et me You know the old livery st l1i whnr the Bbootln occurred Is std II II inJIn I had never been past + then I jest couldnt nut last IIalaht In the plt h duck nn drizzlln n In I got outlwjied nn wont titan n knelt down rlgl t wirer he toll an begged an begged God to let me die tree nn thar on tore whatever was nenmln to me even of It wan eternal t wnnt my Inuilshment the rail thing to begin an go on nn ou et Its Goo n will I dont care how tong I caynt stand this uncertainty Hank Wll turns Intends to cone to ale but hes puffin It oR to the last minute nut I want him to spout It all out an be do tvlthlt Kf he dont I will Then I went up to the graveyard nti ptr6 out hymn Hambrlghts grave nn la down on It amongHt the weeils III briers nn prayed to bis bonus tojrbta oj mi do gomun Anything bctteri than this nwful silence of UMI rem g W titan l 1 With his hands tlglitly pressed ov i his taco the nicrchant sat brnthhi ijf heavily George Buckley tool o him his handfiomo rata heavy wit pityIs there anything anything on earth that 1 can do Sir Hlllyer ho iiuistloncd I woifld do nnytilng t o rcllwu you Id cut oft my right arm u rt9 do you n service YM yon era do someu1 snld the merchant looking up und staring stead Icy You know how 1 feel I want you to take my lions nn ride out to IVlllla ins tho feat thing In tits morn lu You could got thar by 10 or 1 iiVloeki but Hlllyer paused and utli- teml n softiroiin but Id havo nil that time jowalt like u nnti gout to be hunk OIOrI cfef yon Btarttsf unleht ybudglt tint about the time he was r i an you coulilj by rldln peart git back hero by 10 In tlio- iiiorjjln I Why yes I can go easily sale Buckley nut vmt must I say to him Ir 1II11er 4 aile pfd snpp gtarcd fpr n momen- tnudtUs1hafo Ielif1111t million time1 sorrlo JfJin I A nK wheii tho was donf antlrfiyi wont Mm notJo Uslay anyj ho Is gala tp take any stem Til lm I q alntIt over Tiia will though Georxe Now got ou tlteTrn9Cst1 Oll t1II1 IIklPlIt tllOjOITrcO In Order wife will b Ilnutlwllffabeshotld miss you Mr f iIto my night prowltn ntvntretl tvns at home 1nt gobtt ryltowaste any more time YonllJcnow what to say 1 dont want you te sfer mo Ivn plead with II herrlrnhe Is till Im through Aii verdlct tbe verdict I Ud rdelan 11111 I 111111ext day about to IKI ns 4 IrtI was rctnllIW ione Ialli11 II I Uhln n ts1l1oe1 airp Ii rcq Mil lUr player emerge frfim nchaiji of 11I j 1111 limn II trees on tho c lgi f the ton and walk toward hlmpHe wnitnlitls n IlIroilllI his CO were bloml Hliot ntul blj gray hair lilslioveUil f I couldnt wait fer you to got t town his mtnid looking up and down the trend furtively as If afraid KOllllI 1uuu ought bo coining and so I out 1 come aWrfy froni tho warehouse j jest attar ISmnkinFt an 1fio been- wnlklu tlinnig them wc over tllaI oicr Hlnce 6nco I fell Iniideiji ditch I thiiURhtilt was Gods niercy mi tin- rgvnlltf goUm toba over lint 1t situ scrntvli 1dn nioticuI Acre Jiltlll Its lxuJse l lnellr to lou wt or let yuu 1I1 nk JCiu libvclIt uldiing to tear 31x if T 1 fsi j t I l J J I souliItllyarstool by bin vnuitoyer his arm the bridle I f Yon didnt see Vllllam iYIII I saw him apd unit n long talk Ho said you were the best man ho laid ever known In his lifo and that lied rather die Unn hnrntyon- In any way Ho would have come to set1 you he sold but he thought you might not want to be reminded of the past He actually cried whet I told him of your tmlYerlugS lie said It was your Intluenw that had made him try to lead a better life He sold hla protection of you lu that case was the ouu thing In all his life the he wax proud of He declared IiIt wouliVi1 do It over again lies gut Into some tIIW religion I dont know what It Is but It U not exactly orthodox Ho says It would have teen wrong to puoI tsh n man for a thing he regretted C3 much as yuU did that act and that i he was glad he yielded to the Impulse- to help you George you dont uuean A great sob rose In Hlllyera brtaut and burstlils ml eyes were full of tears He says he is proud of what he did to save you from further trouble George went on tenderly He says If you had gone to prison for life It would love wrecked your career hut that his testimony Kpaml you to go on better lug the world lies heard flJot about Oll He says he runs across somebody IImlry day that youve helped In way std another anil when 1 caw right out and told him yes I told him near 1 wax to the brink out long heuhoard that ho actually I liully old man Gully bully old man The merchant caught the moue of time horse In his quivering fingers nail leaned forward till his taco touched the neck of the animal 11GOIllI good George Gods good he Bobbed Ituekley put his arm on the old mans shoulder caressingly Now get on the horse and ride home ho nald I want to stretch my legs They are stiff Xot Hlllyer looked up his face i radiant You ride I want to go back In the woods an pray an shout 1 dont want to go hone now I want In thank my sinker I may not come hiese1x y ui my boy GOrge mounted the horse and aa he rode away he saw the old tuna plunge Into the woods nt the roadside his hands clasped before him Ills lips in- 1e motion Iluckley did not sop his employer again until about 2 oclock In the mitt ernoon Then he came In slowly and sank Into his chair at Ids desk and Icaut there for him There was n general- It droop of despondency on him ami he handled the letters with listless mitt tomtom IIWhlmts still ncIlmblnV he sold a little note of gratification In his voice as he allowed a thin market report to flutter from his hand to U waatebiiH ken Im glad u Unit George fer It backs yore Judgment I wonder what Keiiiier thinks now Itoth he and Hanks are urging m to get you to sell replied the your man Well you kin bet 1 wont till you to on yore Judgment rt11dl I tent do that yet Mr 11111 Ter laThen George saw the old man push letters on his dusk half of jvhlrh be had not opened and a low Buckleyigotmill leaned over him 1ilIno niirtlilniV lintinnnnl alurm I left you Mr tlllliyer anythln to upset er1nuY hTho merchant gave him a steady So I ant say anything has happonedanythliiB at least like foul mean but my thoughts have happen eh UlOrlfiFer about a hour after you tci out In the wood I was Jest too happy fer anything but after awhile got to thlnkln I got to won derln what I was so happy about tinyI way an time thought come tojiie liken llfk from n duG In the dark that it mina Jet becase I lowed I was goon 1tn escape the conseQUtnccs d my ilcvxj l- tnurosnorrnetcr undoln It George I caynt f give bock that boys life an he had as much rlht to It as I have to the content Im prayin fer right now Huh Wlmt dlffcrciicc dues It make toto the dead host tnuch good Hank Williams nn other folks bolUvo Im ndoln How do I know iIthllugiIluckley found mijko any reply tidegnntglit11pattua atlsgexeelrby one Something niadts lihn think that the old 1111111 would like to be alone null he took his list and went 1tint An he did so kyuncr came Into ollloe with some It pf Cotton i In Iris bolas nut thrcwthem tutu a hupe pile that lay like ft jnowdrlft fn pilo rlierIsaidstnndingoHlllyer looked up Indifferently Its nbaut George Sltllr I nne f tYOl Ntly It 1s Illiyel bright ed visibly What about hunt carneYefx slim legs to smith pro QforgcTUuHJL Joy stands nil right In i4rWen nn thoTwJoVs ci ntrlbntei to help elli fit the roonf tri II o churler tlnLl was h xhau raise lit I rakes 0rugifat salel looked nt Jt ajtorgea nanfl fiestatIhlell o hnvln George let out o any ipBcedwhlt1 f I r undentooiiTanil ho nodded knowingly us lii rfGjoto his feet The iClbud laid left his raw YoU lny hwe Jim he sold Tray 1Ulrr4JlIl1 KosriffQU1u clfifejvlth you boys be- ns Ianidter not calllnr oil the ferti uoiid I tlon to that club you arts nglttln up nmOng you Im Interested In boys I used to be one an I want to see em have alt tho fun they kin gal Well we certainly will take nil you wnilt to give us Mr Hlllyer tho yoing man laughed The fact Is wo invent culled on n soul Major Cran Hton Well you can put me down fur n Inndrcd said Hlllyer na he took up the list of mimes on the show cnse and ran Mil eye ocr them My Lord You dont menu that do you sciulrel Yes I do Why you have left Georges name offn chores prenehluII The druggist gushed as sheet and glanced at It with a waver lug eye Then he managed to bring out The truth Is squire sonic of the boys thought perhaps George might not care to Join anything of this kind now You see he hasnt seemed to want to go out much since since the old luaus vas5 arrested and Hlllyer put his hand on Drakes shoulder and smiled Thats Just why I want htm In at the start he said Then he kin go whenever he wants to You put his name down Ill be responsible Ftat mo down ter the hundred too an of that nlnt enough you know wluir I do business All right Mr Hlllyer responded the young wan and we are very much obliged to you himselfeas he lighter step n tellers got to keep hl eye peeled these days Ettlds born fixed It nought V hurt Gcor feellne Kcnnors the right sort Hell Juke an curry on but n body kin iount on lam ever time- CII11TEIt VII- I11JYE morning n few days later Trultt come down the street of Darley wearing long dingy overcoat nut blowing n roll call on nn old army bugle Under his nrm was a tattered Ionfedernto fine Whats up today Kenner asked him as he ciime Into the ofllce and stood towering over the stove Nothln but a meetln o the veter mis of our camp thn Joseph R Juhu ston sir Im goln up now to stick the hug on the guile at the courthouse IulujIIthllr4 n sight o ttiu boys that want hilt cnynt raise tho scads Well In an send the most desurvln ef Jour women folks go hungry this win ter Thar was a lie atloat III the i newspapers awhile back that some fig j per went off nt er tho war an gut rich un come back home Jest In tine to buy his old muster ii suit o clothe an pay his way to a reunion Kf thar was n man In our camp tint ud go that nwnyj wed send lm In tar nu feath ers u on n tall nt that Gds come off HUH Keuner laughed nsho looked around nt George and Hlllyer at their desks Thane a old Yankee army overeat you got ou right now Youve hail It dyed with logwood but 1djkuow It by that lung rgWhat 1t Isr admitted Trultt sheepUhly rhe Yankee that owned It dlevllat my house while I as ort III the war It wtheollll thin f be left that was any1 nccount an my women sulks flail fed an lut up wIUi all they resale rattan serape I In the neJshborhooy without therselvei becuse s so bull oil awayjThe blame garment eat up n quarters wuth a yvur for ten your an ores win ter I had a row with my women folks bccnne I wouldnt wear It Finally I agreed efthey uddye It so noiio o overratafolks tuck rue up but they wouldnt mako a fortune runnln a dye house Tljls dratted thing Gas fplled twenty turIijfa shower ff win I left n streak o Mack tick from tow door Ito the open f corner dos you got that 4 bugle Ken ner uestlonwl I know you never hluwltl1t nlbo nrwyY fro Tred Langstmi hind It when he wad bugler In our cvnupnny an he give it to mo to use In our veteran camp he sold Ida bo8 hadnt a Hlgi o re- Spoct f r what Jt laid been through an pse It to call timed s to go possum hunt tIle sllll1 l gals tied a grim- yJMILoI a qu hung It up on the wall but flhrooys wouldnt let It stay thaf They reated his canteen Jest us bind Th tptwl It about with moon BhlaV whisky lu it till It sprung a nIIrf Hii more I nina sight totin n rob Dug nn biiRTutwlth a Yankee overcoat on but they tell inojlit wars over I you went through the thick of Jtr sllht tho cotton buyer tents tively r much oter11nnuleatiioti el3l r dour an wfl laid J o ibtpfrcsli beef when ouIif1julonelilltCala liestl ltliil Jnl tUlJl th fdlcr vR8I1tl ours llclI the trlle at ode Nu Iif Look y- ite 1 tbe Mgin us au Ila a4oln4I t luecont ketch layKi n4 IIowwl sult Jest then InI JJfih bUlI o girths ready u- trnKlth n big bucket o tiles wunttil the pies an he m Sey we didnt have 110i tfjffanjoffcred to swnp beet for fbenrtuWjoadedyMui front y bitt an tol Mm ef ho didnt woke trucks word shoot nt the boot But we didnt have time to eat the plea even fer the thing hall begun Folksjias often axed me what a battle was like I couldnt tell you It Jest tnmjc a Nouuduooonoonolilfe n im ocantf rlppln gullies In the earth aim sveepln away trees rocks an everything In Its track an on 11110I coma I haint here to lieI was scared clean dawn tofu my socks When they hove Into sight round tits illl ltd the sun I eoulllltt IWe notbin but a solid bank o gum It looked like tbar Trtllsfloucn bayonet j 1f J It- i I1II1U a util Ilinhrc nrmi overcoat on his boss n chawln tobacco nn still aacuemnber looked like he was jest rightsthing to do He was n daisy port butt nn nut nfeattl o God Almighty Sculii him that nwny made me sorter tiKliaiiiHl nn I plunged In At fast It come nwkwnrd but In a minute It j wasnt arty moren nhootln nt rabbits We phiffii away an laughed nn iutade Jukte+ an ii a gaol sill r iiliiil time IIR long us It Mantel nn then we pit rattled nil begun to retreat 1 was shot through tho left arm nn side nn fell lu n ditch A Yankee run up with n plnted bayonet nn yelled Cua you come out o thar or Ill shout you Some o our boys said tort to V cutscd bin back but I didnt It just seemed part o the game to me mf he awns wlnnln You come down attar me said I ef you want me An n couple of em did nut drug me up the batik They hud kutehitl a few more of our boys on the wing an they drlv us up In n circle mi put souse foreign guards around us Every one of ui was cut ur bud bulls BOincrs In us but we sussed them gunnls about thor brogue nu Out thing nn other till they wax mad enough to kill us Thtiy gore UH good treattuunt Ill say that much fur urnnu I liked ther grub They tad all sorts o good stuff in oasis i They patched us up In the hospital on finally exchanged us Uh nay protested Kenncr tout j aint nil Is itr Is all Ive Jot to nay today Ive got to blow a few blasts at the pests IIIion It I wish George that you was out our way to make Jell behave hla self Drinking again V George nuked with n smileeeverygHo informed on some of cm while IM was out o his hem un now thnYsaw tellln mbar It will und Someb t at ins while he was In the Held VoflfDr day some iikunk in the winxla to show hlsielf Thats pntty bad sold George Bympathetically Jell ought to Iw more cautious As Trultt was leaving Mrs Hlllyer waddled In her gray shawl wrsprlt- ightly round her body Come fen money to run the house on silo said with n laugh to law husband No thank you I wont t down she added to Kennar who WAS offering her his chairirhe truth u Im gulp to steer clear o this houm Mrs Dugan says all the reports In time town Kit started among you UIlMI Ef she knew I came hero shed lay It on me I thought for n while nOr they lifted her iiuarantlne that she was gout to do different but shes truss an ever 1 Rawetl cr ore utiurt yesterday though Mrs llliljir laiighed iicartlly You know Mr Keimer KIlOS got one tale that aLe tells over nn over coiwtuntly One of the longest winded yarns you cvrr heard about bow she fust got iu ijualntcd with n womail she tart by uc cldcnt She forgets shes told it ten ty times un Jest takes ur chair nn begins to unwind So far nobody haint been bolt enough to say theyd heard It before but when I sell her utxmilu through the gate yesterday 1 told liar tense ef site dared to spring that i U Slug on 1110 agln Id stop cr cost me my irj I thought Itltense ud die Inugbln fur Mrs hail no Hooner n sctjdbwn than ale 6 gun to tell about fust nut lie woman Well riITuinde UI I wasnt goln to bo best MIoloin son 1 right hero I want to lll1UU some u Mrs Uugnnsomuii powernil titian about me 1 believe on bay KOU- LIn gut setaud Night eccnd I1Isays Nile it her i icon tiy why I didnt thlnk Yn qultojold eudukfi to nave yortijtt i dont mean that HOIIt lC s ltt sues I but Ive nytlgmJeOnietlnles when u- hotly would belllt i could etc clean tu time end o it long before till end was teulhlll bn says I see ltI aint right tho text time you stet that woman Assit the county far whar alto tIlCIjruntprlzu on her patch quilt an 1tl a hut I llnlHled out her 111Itomn to i wasnt goln to tell that says she Ii JoltlIIll go on about uiy business nn with that she flirted out o the house nu kicked the dog ns she went by It on tau porch When a womans mud enough to kick n dug IIidainlersjlyln In or 8hoIchant was giving her Dont git marred Mr Kwmcr she said A WOUI an will either keep yore nose to time grindstone with er mouth shot or talk you to dentil or both jbil ITt KBco mugpi i HT i JI 1IIf I f I Illr ATMUWK RU JAMKSlMtOIllY A F IVON 1 LOOK 1 I 11j r it 1 51EI III f1 mi mIij iiexerww n lint of1 CrUJlJINO A DA Ii I1IJ1y I nobbV1 AS GI IE APAS CllIEtfS SELL i 3 Old shop vorn stuff j j It is not possible f JJlJlyqdenier f goodsI f JourIi uiiiiii- nuirJJlylr Your Friendst 1 CRAWFORD A CO 1mjACKFON KENTUCKY J lliL =NJ I ri75SiSNri7JriritcSP u45EEi51ritc 5 + 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