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slurp Inn enra1ie liestofoverylhJngMrifoi- inulldntand llcPei c nlw secured Itfnn yunr h inro ego ir ur zddreae N M Ureeze 135 Vine Street Olnoin onlf Ohioj of 1 Ii 1 INQUIRY IS PROCEEDING North Sea Incident Threshed Out at Vigo Spain noiii SIDES orlERI U TOSTIMONV tlnmlUM Solution of the HiniciiUy Dun to Ilir liillliiltve ur Ihn KrrMii llnUtrr of KorelRii Allalta Mvrre llhlllll itniorlnl In Dlnmtiliv Irlllll Nuorhurtn Ixmdon Oct nNant report show that Urltlith war feMsoltt lire so Jltiposed ns to keep n sharp watch on all movements along the proposed routo of tilt IttiMlan llultlc Squadron includhiK tho Canary Islands where tho Russians have prepared elaborate araniKdniontB for coaling from lor mail stcaniPrs Admiral Hojestven skyn four bntlleahliw remain at Vlio but nccordlne to some report the rlrinc In tho North Rea was done by Admlrit Vuclhortwma squadron which In now nt Tangier The Russians own Inquiry Into till Iogier bank oltal iwas opunod at VIRO on Sunday UK llrltitih Inquiry will open at Hull forth with Tlit inijuost will bo resumed ot 111111 on SOY 2 A dispatch from Vlco Spain says Inquiries fall to obtain any confirma lion of the ruKtrt published In the United Stntea that Vice Admiral Ho Jtatvtmsky line requested Emperor NIcholaH to relieve him of his com mand Taw HtiHfllan consul general here said that he was not aware that there was any queotlon of replacing IIellIeeIncident bus begun Conferences have boon hold between the HiiBslan and Kngllsh naval commanders now here The Spanlsit foreign offlco lies given out a Htatemonl to the effect that HUll sin line asked Simlas permlslxoti for Iho alilps of Admiral llojeitvunskyfl squadron to remain at 1Igq until the Invftutlgatlon tit the North ana affair hall have boon concluded Spain ac mirdlng to the otllclnl Htatoment con fiullMl with the raproaentatlvvH of the several powers who gave their ap provul Tho authorisation however applies only to Ilustan vlfHels now ul VlBo Referred to Arbitration London Oct 20Uululle ofthB ngrciimunt between llusula anti Qrgut Itrltaln iqion a mode of settlement ot ale quesllonH arlslUK out of tilt tiring upon British trnwlora In the North sia by the Hiuultin second Paelllc squml run wore suppllml by Premier Itulfoiir In n Speech delivered before the Na tional UnIon of Conservatlvo Clubs at Southampton The ascertainment nf the fuolll fur submission to a commit slon formed under tho odes of the hinges pewee conference will ho through the coroners Inquest at Hull Investigation IL the Hrlllsh hoard of trnflu nnd the examination of ofllccrt of the ItuMhin ships which fired upon the fishermen Jn a speech Mr Hal four ridiculed the Hfllolal explanation of Admiral Jtojoetvonsky but praised the spirit In which the Russian em pomr and government maul net the cjlfcta In both Kussla nnl OreatJlrlt fitti tho prevailing feeling IB of relief that lure no longer suems to 1m dan gor Of war between the nations Russian Admirals Statement Vijto Spain Oct iTha Russian Baltic squadron anchored here on Us way to the far east Admiral Ho Jttviin9ky oxprmisos tho deepest re liret over the North sea Incident In an Interview the admiral Slated that tho unfortunate occurrence was purely accidental The weather on the night in question was rather hazy About I a m two torpedo boats which th IliitiBlans supposed were Japanese craft suddenly appeared between tin two divisions of the squadron and seemed to discharge torpedoes The ItiiHSlans Immudlately opened lire They Haw no nshermen and were not aware that any damage mud boon done Evidently the admiral sold the fijihormen had shown no llKhtn Tho ndmlrnl repeated that lie greatly re gretted that any Injury had been done fishermen nnd added that ho had no doubt the Uusslau government would make ample compensation Japanese Attack Port Arthur- C otoo Nov 1 Tlio general as saint upon Port Arthur which began In n preliminary way Oct 24 devel oped Into a fiercely raging battle Sun day whet the JapancHO Clung heavy forces against Uio fortresn In their nt tempt to securo n commanding posi lion Tho result IB unknown In the opinion of expert the assault will cease when the Japanese have secured Buch positions OB will enable them to creep steadily closer under the noses of Russian guns It Is believed that two more general assaults will he flea essary before tho distance between tho belligerent lines Is sufficiently shortened to makq un attempt to enter the situ forts and mnko the end of the siege practicable Great Battle Imminent Mukden Nov ITho manifesta lions of tie Japanese In their center which converges at a point where tho plain meets tho hills have attained tho greatest Importance These manifes lotions are being fully met by the Rus clans 80 that tho situation at this polt of tho prospective battlefield Is now ono of tho greatest interest and apprehension At the present moment tho trenches on both sides are crowd ing with troops and nt many places the Japanese and Russians are within Dialling distance At the Isolated hill at Mnnalon ln the plain where the Russians ID Jaya Ifq capTured If giiuas and buyonefcd pancse tio rival orces are only cesapart- Y + i tk M n WEEKS NEWS BUDGET ON WHICH DLUE PENCIL WAS FREELY USED Iliippmliijn In Ilin VurloiM Quarter nf the Viirlil Will list Kniim Duly tirontclfil li Ilio le vtiit Vturd In Till ColumnriK lYl- loslt cotton nlllla Lowell Mass reo sumod alter having been closed for the lUll three month MINA Daliy 1eareon daughter ofa Springfield lO hacker suslufned fatal Injuries while cleaning gloves with gasoline Coiitfnontal Savings bank building collapsed at Memphis Toun burying a dozen persona In the wreck but all were rescued Whole Jewish population of Gomel Russia organized for nnned conflict tile city being divided Into quarters and anus distributed Announced that ilradley Martin Jr nml Helen 1hlppn laughter of Henry 1hlpps of 1lttsbnrg Iaviii Mo war nod Nov 2 at lleuufort castle Invar nose Scotland Claude Meeker broker successor to Meeker Brothers at Columbus 0 made an assignment to B T Powell for the bcnclH of creditors Liabilities 100010 assets 30000 111011IJames P MUmer president of the Lailmer Wlft hank shot and killed himself In his lint 111 health Adjutant General Crltchfleld re celvod and accepted tio resignation of Robert D TalmtT captain of Troop U Columbus Heavy rain nt Elk mountain caused a landslide at Cheyenne Wyo which swept the hlltolde including cemetery Into Ilatte river William Combs colored 2C and single was killed Instantly by tho bursting of nji every wheel In a Co lumbus 0 foundry North coast limited on the Northern Pacific wrecked near Ilnd Wash Ono passenger was killed two were sort ously and several slightly Injured Grand Jury nt Lancaster O re lurnod 27 Indictment against I It ttagnor an attorney 2C for uttering anti publishing forged paper and one for omboetlemont SATlltlKVV Steamer Mulnlander collided with line lug Sea Won and foundered off Seattle Wash No lives lost Failures this week numbered 23ft In tlip United Stalest ngalust 253 alt year Nod 28 In Canada compared wJJ 15 a year ago Frank loos who shot and killed hits wife In tho woods near Klein HI died from wounds selfinflicted at tlio time ho Milt his wife j General Ktlgar Allen former Unltr Slates district niturney and a prom nent Grand Army man committed sui chic near Itlchmund Vu Cornelius Shields fitnural manager of tho Consolidated loke Superior cor Ioratlon hi re died suddenly of heart failure at Sank SIt Marie Mich lion John D Uealrd who represent ed Ashland county In the Ohio legis lature 18301S34 died at his homo at HayoHVllle 0 after a brief Illness Main building of the Columbia Fire cracker companys works Fostorla 0 burned to the ground The fire start ed In the packing room and the loss was 4000 KHIIIAV Ilev P Johannes for many years paalor of St Marys Catholic church tiled suddenly at Sqiith Ilend did President Hoosevelt celebrated his fortyHixth birthday anniversary re colvlnB many personal callers Lugannonl 16 an Italian bellboy huh by Cincinnati police on charge of Hhootlng Mrs Maud Cohoon Woman may not Thomas Hlgga recoverIunder 5000 bond spiracy to tho lynching of Horace Mapon at HuntBvllle liurllngton AlnIeastbound struck an Philips Nob The oil was thrown over i the engine and cars and Ignited The fireman C 12 1azear of Grand Island Neb was buried to death TlllMtSDAV J Francisco a clKarmakcr and four tramps pcrlslu In the wreck of a i VVabash frelght train at Sadorus III i Edward M Mv Morgan assistant j postmaster In the New York city post otllco unused as the temporary succcs sat of Postmaster Comellus Van Cott AV H Newman of New York James DarntU of Cleveland and Alexander McDonald of Cincinnati elected direc Lora of tho Dig Four road for three years j Hyacinth Wngnor 28 while driving a traction engine at Somerset 0 ran oft a sum culvert Into a run upset I ting tho engine Ho was fatally scalded j Jones Kennedy Indicted for the murder of his wife at Youngstown 01 sentenced to 15 years In the penlten I tlary after entering a plea of guilty to manslaughterWKI1NKSDAY Hufu I Drown a farmer who resided near Scott Pauldlng county Oj com mitted suicide by swallowing strych nine President Roosevelt directed the ap pointment of Mrs Janice Longstreet widow of General Jones Longstreet to bo postmistress at Gainesville Ga Japanese army reserve men resld ing In Hawaii received notification by cabls from the military authorities 111I Japan calling them hove for service I Mrs William P Tonry CS only daughter of Mrs Mary K Surratt who kwas put to deaths for being Involved In j the Lincoln conspiracy died at Bait more attersoveralyears llluesa Jr hf I BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING Tq AFfAIRtt IN THIS iAND ADJOININjQ STATES II Irlrtt Irk VI tu1lr Diode In n unrrelIliitvrrrii XolIIIII Trrinliiulr Ku tiilly Oilier Mention Corinth Ky Octfi 31Flre which started from a gasoline stove efcplo slon In the residence of Mrs M A True spread rnpldl Ilching Up fuel blocks within the fburMftnira U raged Vise drought anti voTcr famine wjilch has resulted therefrom was the Imme diate cause of the Inability of the clti Zeus to prevent thospiead tit tin Ute The loss will reach T6000 All toll 22 buildings wen dtroyed as ful lows Mrs M A tru millinery Tom Rhyno II It Simmons drugs D Junes grocerypostolhce Jack Bar reslIcery 11 Grosss general store E Al Cokos general store M Jones real dance Cottage fiotel Uchango hotel Dr Robinsons offlce 8 Gross S Co9 warehopse Joe Martins meat shop and J W lancasterff grocery In Behalf cf Caleb Powers Now York Oct 27 V Immediately after the election nox month former Governor Frank S IllUek will go to Frankfort Ky where he will enter hl1sloJllnteerllIhope of saving the llfe pf Caleb Pow j tlatlstntethin of Governor Wlfllam K Goobcl I Black told that Willi111htcourts and It necessary carry case to tho supreme tribunal at Washington i The testimony nf 30Q 4 witnesses liv lug In nil sections of Kentucky will be taken Fatal Quarrel Madlsonvlllo Ky Oct 20 Purdue Lutz one of the best known men in the cOunty was killed by Jerfcrso1 Morgan iMlt and Morgan both lived In Manltou and were nt fklibore They 11alllaOIlOneighbors engaged in a jEjuarrel It Is i said Lutz struck Owen with his tsy when Morgan stepped up behind acid struck him with a heu yi piece of tim her killing him instantly and making llhs SCle ttil yTICnoxyoung men ago about 21 or 22 locked In each others embrace laid down upon the tracks of the Jelllco railway about four miles from Athens Tenn mid let the train run over them There Is nothing on their persons to Indi Cato their Identity The engineer on law train states that he saw tho forms of the men on the track rang the boll and blew the whistle but they did not move livery Indication Is that they are brothers and desired to com snit suicide Verges Forced to Quit Lexington Ky Oct 18Commts rloner of Internal Revenue John W Yerkes of Washington arrived here t11 a visit to his son and under advice o n local specialist canceled all speakiji dates In Kentucky for next w wk o i nccountof laryngitis lie spoke In In illana In behalf of the Republican ticket and was compelled to cancel dates for this week on account of hoarseness Cruiser West Virginia Boston Nov ITlw armored cruiser West Virginia which will have her olUclal trial trip over the Cape Ann course on Wednesday arrived at this port from Newport News Va The WIt Virginia Is a sister ship of the Colorado which hall her olllclal trial last week She Is expected to show an average speed of 22 knots for four consecutive hours Did Not Like Judges Decision Knoxvllle Tvnn Nov 1J M Iluntln a magistrate at Elk Mills Car tur county Tenn was killed by James Powell 52 who has since thou to thin North Carolina mountains mud Is In hiding Duntln had tried a case In which Powell was implicated and the latter did not like the decision Powell cut Dunlins throat from ear to ear Sleytf Slsterln Law Mt Sterling Ky Oct 29J H Nccco went to Ids homo Intoxicated and killed his slsleriii haw Miss Pearl Perkins who remonstrated against his abuse of tho family and destruction of tho household effects Neeeo was thrreatenod with violence before he landed In jail I Lumber Plant Burns Memphis Tunn Oct 27Fire In North Memphis destroyed tho plant of tho Dlckson Lumber company lessees of the Murphy IJlebold Sony company of tttslmrg and 2500000 feet of lum her Total loss 50000 Insurance 30700 Killed Himself Now Mnrtlnsvllle W Va Oct 3L Lazear Spragg who shot and killed David Seats near Littleton was released from jail on ball and shortly afterward shot himself Workmen Suffocated Hudson Muss Nov 1Three Ital ian laborers were suffocated beneath 1C feet of earth at tho Maple street crossing of tho Uoston and Maine rail road company The mon with a num ber of others were excavating a trencii preparatory to tunneling under the railroad tracks when tho earth caved in burying tour workmen One of the four men was rescued but tho bodies of the throe killed were not recovered until halt ui hour later 1 of 1i AUCIIIHSIIOP KLHKK DKAD head of the Catholic Province of Cln cliiiintl Piiitnei A vuy Cincinnati 0 Npv IAfter nn IIJ less of tour days from grip and weak mess William Henry Elder 80 arch jlshop of Cincinnati passed away be foro midnight Monday ills last utter ance was a prayer tho venerable prelate being conscious during his last sour Coadjutor Moeller announcod that the funeral will take place on next Tuesday Among the messages of con dolcnco received by Coadjutor Moeller was one tram President Roosevelt Archbishop Elder was not only tho InI3 quarter of a century and previously was almost as long bishop of Natchez The archbishop will be succeeded by Coadjutor Archbishop Moeller former bishop of Columbus Hoisting Engineers Strike Chicago Nov IWith both employ trs and employes confident of victory a strike of 800 hoisting engineers In 210 bituminous coal mines in Illlnnlr went Into effect at midnight The en glneers declare that the strike will be bitter and long and will result Inlvictory for them The operators de clare that their victory Is a foregone conclusion und that there will be a break In the ranks of the strikers within a few days The cause of the strike Is the refusal of the engineers to accept a reduction of 5l per cent In wages the same reduction having bees accepted by the miners at the last adjustment of the scale with th operators The strike affects about HOOOO workmen but tho operators are confident that ninny of their mines will be running within a few days Fifty Miners Lost Trinidad Colo Oct nNo bodies have yet been taken out of the mine at Terclo where an explosion en tombed 49 miners Friday according ton statement of the coroner who has returned from Terclo A miner was lowered down an air shaft by a rope and saw and identified three bodies but they were not removed It was tt Uut the bodies could be taken out within an hour but while relief work ers were preparing to rescue them an other slide of rock occurred making tie progress of the rescuers slower and more dangerous than ever So great was the explosion that huge boulders block tho progress of tbe rescuers and make blasting necessary These blasts causo further rockslldes Three Dead and Sixteen Injured KuUIa8 pity OpU31rln urarend cl1ilijtlitabdtateb section Ndiana section No 1 of train No3 Missouri Paclllc worlds fair special at Tip ton Mo three persons were killed and a score Injured Train No3 on account of the heavy worlds fair travel was made up In two sections Ilho first leaving St Louis for Kansas at 1010 p in Time second sec lion left a few minutes later and when It reached Tlplon section No 1 was taking on passengers According to Engineer Ramsey of section No 2 u headlight In the yards blinded him and ho was unable to see section No I Ho also says that his orders were clear ahead Three Men Held Up fry a Woman Chlppowa Falls Wls Oct 29A- me woman held up three men near use town of Auburn The men who e names were Woodbury Vanderwede and Do Young were land buyers from Illinois An they were approaching H excluded portion of the road a masked woman on horseback rushed from a thicket and commanded them at time point of a rifle to descend from the wagon and give up their valuables She carefully searched the pockets of each man but found no valuables You are not the party I was looking for sho said as she left the fdght enl i men t nd hurried lisle the woods There Is no clew to the Identity of the woman Stray Bullet Causes Two Deaths Crestline 0 Oct 29A stray bullet from a revolver tired by William let felllnger formerly a merchant of thiX city resulted In the deaths of two women The bullet was tired to frighten two companions of Hcffeltln gem who were escorting the women The bullet went wild anti struck Mm Harry Kim ley the wife of a Cleveland mUll who was visiting at a Crestline home In time head She died within a few minutes Her friend Mrs Car rie Shafer on learning of the tragedy fell dead from heart disease Heffel finger was locked up Off For the Philippines Minneapolis Minn Nov 1TheTwentyfirst infantry marched out of Fort Snelling to the tune of The Girl I Left llelilud Me and started on their journey to the Philippines Other com panion from Fort Keogb Mon and Fort Lincoln N D will arrive III Sun Francisco about the same time us tho Fort Snelling companies which prob ably will be Friday or Saturday Two weeks later tho regiment sails for the Philippines Major Delmars Performance Memphis Tenn Oct 27MaJor Dolniar to beat tho record of 2084 to a high wheel sulky made by Maud S In 1884 went time mile at Ullllngs park In 207 tint Time by quarters 30t4 102 134 207 Disorders In Morocco Paris Nov 1 Owing to the dis turbed condition of Morocco the French government Is sending rein forcements of men to the front and Is holding ready two Warships to go to ports In Uo disturbed districts Worlds Fair Attendance St Louis Oct 31Tho attendance- at the worlds fair for the week eating Saturday Oct 29 was 7493C8 Tho total attendance to date U J5933293 I RECKON TIIOEWll K I5J4U44 VOTES CAST FM PRESIDENT ON MVttM4 WHAT DO YU fKJUtt I- TiQ2poo t 1 FOR THE NEAREST GUESS 25000 IN 500 CAH PRIZE 1st Prize loooo 2nd Prize 5ooo 3rd Prize 81ooo 8 Special Prizes orX500each for Early Subscriptions Wo have iniulo nrinngoinents with th Press Publishing Assoclut ittion of Detroit Michigan whereby our subscribers can participate ti this distributions t Every subscriber to The BRBATIIITT COUNTY NEWS has a chance to share in these cash prizes The subject matter of the interesting Con tort in which these large prizes will be p1id is the Total Popular V0 jr to bo cast for tho office of President of time Unitod States on the 8th of November 1004 Ivory man woman and child in the United States should bo interested in the Greatest election the Country has ever had It costs you nothing to win a prize Conditions of this Great Contest V it Every subscriber who retails U the regular subscription price fors years subscription to The HRKATIIITT COUNT NEWS wilt be entitled to two guesses nnd will receive from us a itresponding nijmberof cerllHo4te riie e certificates uill Insure to him any prizes which his guesses will entltlo fhlll1ll1 claim When you send us your subscription also send us your Ruepss f estimate of time Total Vote in be CAt on November Sthltlr Tt oS rIUKSlDlSNT In snaking jour guewe consult the7 figures HkivMitidiftnji Ihu total vote for PRESIDENT from Lincoln to McKlaloy Write your name address and estimates of Ihe vote in the Subscription Blank below mud mail the Blank with your sub clfltlull to TUB HKKATIIITT COUNTY NKWI t Ile paper will be sent 16 you regularly and you will receive certificates COQ iilning the figures nf the guesses which you send tout These certificates will guarantee to you any prizes which your guesses entitle you to Keep hear certificate until this prizes are awarded so that you can compare Joni figures with time official figure at the close of the contest The contest trill close at midnight November 7th 1001 end no estimate received after that hpujrtj will be allowed Tim ollloial figures of tine government showing the total Dt tint for the ollice of Prevalent will determine who are entitled to Ihe and the award will be made byri disinterested commUteeof prominent judgelust as soon as the ollicinl figures can be ascertained When time prizes are tvnrded every subseiber who hold n certificate in the Contest will receive o printed list of time winners In addition to the large general prizes there era Eight Special Prizes ofii00o0 ench fur early inbicriptloni Alt ban in equal ulmnce to win this intigiiiliiiHiit prizes Those who estimate oYguss1 NOW have a chniicr In win u ipccinl prize and just nil good a chance to win the capital prlzoof flOOOOOO as tie our who sends In hit guess on the last lny of the contest Act at once It sissy mean n fortune to you Tile money tills which In pay the prizes has been deposited by I In Press Publishing Awool ition in the Central Savings Hank Detroit Mich ami can be used for no other purpose Fn case of n tie for any Individual prize such prize will be equally livded between the riiiile lnnu Participation in this contest is not confined to our readers as the contest is being advertised in a number of other publications thlub scribes to 11uf which have an equal opportunity to share in the dia tributi n of the prizes Here is the List of Prizes For Ihe nearest correct estimate or guess flOtfOOO For the recordmienreat correct eMlmalH or Rue i 50000 Fnr the third iienre 1 correct estimate or guess 100000 Fur the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 6COOO Fur the IHih nearest correct estimate orgueik 29080 Nor time sixth nearest current pslimato nr guess 10000 Fur the 10 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 450 each 60000 fFor the 0 next nearest correct estimates or guesses fJ5 each 50000 For tie 42 next nenreU correct est iumutes or e8luU5 each 83000 Nor the IOU next nearest correct estimates or guesses 10 each 100600 For time 314 next nenesl correct estimates or guesses J5 eaah 167000 402 prizes nmonnltng to 21CooOIfn addition to the foregoing prizes tho following Special Prizea for Early estimates rill be paid For time nearest correct guess received before July 1st 300 Fur the nearest correct guess received on or after July 1st and before Julyrtlsr 1Glh 50000 For tin nearest correct RUMS received on or after July 15th and before Augusi 1st 50000 Fur Ihp nearest correct guess received on or after August 1st and before Au gust 16th 60000 For the oearest correct guess received on or after August 15th and before 9eu I ember 1st 1500 g r t5OOOOFilII550000PiSIValuableInformation To aid in forming your estimates wo furnish the following figures the total popular vote for President in the year 181 t wag 4021713 In 1868 was 57ICSO an increase of 4223 per cent In 1872 vas 04COIC5 an Increase of 12W per cent la 1870 was 8112733 an increase of 8010 per cent In l4SO wise 0200400 vu increase af 947 per centfIn 1881 was 10011986 an InlrII IiQJ901110r In 1888 wits 11380850 an hll1re 330per cunt t In 1892 was 12050351 an Inorysss of 694 per cant 1aIn 1800 was 13023102 au fnoreaseof 1645 per cdntr 4 In 1000 woe 13050053 an Increase of 28 per cent 1 In 11 O4 What will It be tOtalII SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Knclosed finJ Sto apply Biibacription account I Ntuno uuni ttuun A v r 1 ostoflico1 State c Afy eatiniatua of the total voteto be cast on Noveiubt r8 1904 for tlioofllce of President f i i J v 6 i Yy i THEI3REATIIITTNENO J AV1SE HXniNS Editor Fridny Nov 4th 1004 A PROFESSIONAL CARDS j k 4 J WISE HAG INS i1 TTORNEYHLAW Office over ioitOBlop KaNrnesTrAll business intrnited to him I will receive prompt and careful tention atI C = = a IInmmnmmnmllll I UO ROARK l jfl I rJAOKSON ENlDOKV I Will practiceIn Brcathitt and AlagufflrfCoiihtles I IIIIY1111Lll111WWlfWWWfW11WItRlli 1u W PIBENOH A iti tflt1 L FX 1LAWYER KENTUOKYL i JOHN p VEfIl1- SBW 1 Q rtOffice over Dank Manchester Clay Co Kentucky Also Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice In State and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching New Era Co lands In Owsley or 0 YI Oi 1 lands in Harlan or Goose Creek fnrn 7r F jUpiSnof timber coal and oil lands h t between Meshack Monroe county AItII end the head of Kingdom Come I er Co Ky f IJEETE SUIIVEYORS BEITRISu ft p Ni IvpntoID K hall classej of work and i S SATISFACTION GUARANTEED t t1FF10 EJACKSON Iii 1s5525i525 Announcements i f FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are anthnrletllo announce vS3 TAULHEE iMVcandIdate tar CounVy Judge oi t Breatfiltt county subject to tits actioi 1 of the Detrocratic party t We are authorized to anounce J C AVIIITR ass candidate for the office of CountyI V Judgevof Brealhltt county the ctlpnof the D moorallc party tksy e N FOR JAILER We authorized to announce BEVJ- Il HUDSON AS a candidate for the of flee of Jailer of Breathlit county 111- 11jllclothe action of the Democratic pirtyatlta primary November 191111 lOOt He duslres In say to IQs frllndi that having never before asked for olttII he Ii In the race In stay a FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK To the people of BreatMlt county I have faithfully served you as D M lily County Court Clerk for the InItwo years and bhllevint aa I do this I have gained tour confidence I now take pleasure In announcing myself as a candidate for the Jlrst time Ii life asking you to nominate and elecii me to the office ofIr COUNTY of your county This Is my native county where 1 wasborn and reared I am a Democrat and subject to the principles of Democracy arid If elect ed to the office of which T believe 1 am deserving It will be my highest ambition In life to maks the people of Bre thltt county inch ian officer af will be acceptable evao to those who might oppose me Earne asking you for your support 1 sin Your friend T II HUDSON r iOR COUNTY ATTORNEY t Wear Authorized to announce L 0 ROARK as a candidate for County At torney of JJresthitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CORONER To the Deniocrats of Hrontliltt county l- u5 v I take this method of announcing myself a candidate for reelection tfI JhV office ofCORONEH of Hreathitl c subject to the action of the V Democratic tinny J I have executed every paper that has coma to my hands during my term of office and promlsi If reelected to 1 serve you faithfully V Yours jletpeotfuily 5 M O BAHKV V jiFOR iSTA1EJtERESEnTA1IEI s i We are authorized to announce jF l 1 QRANf llOLLIDAY- lfiii candidate fur Representative from j tiitk 4 tr t ff vt 7IIf 1 i 4 1 the 02d Legislative District composed j of the counties of Rreatmtttillee nnd- MAgonin subject to the neaten of the Unpubllcan party I FOU ASSESiOU Ieare authorized to announce John Strong ns a candidate for I ASSUSSOUOFaKKATIlITTCOUNTV subject to the action iif the Uepublican party ACan The ComiuUtjo Afford To Act Dishonestly It has peen charged that no matter how the Democrats may vote in the primary election to be held November Iflth tho Committee I will count in whom it pleases Tho Democratic party IS n great petty and this Committee is or should be its representative in this county Each member of it should be a leading citizen of his community whose character should be above suspicion Can he afford to coun tenance fraud or nid in stealing his neighbors votes or cnn hon ford to appoint an election olficer that will do sol That offices ImVo been stolen in this county there is not the slightest shadow of a doubt and our countys name huts become as a reproach throughout tho civ ilized world as a result of it Can the good citizens of Breathitt county afford to have those crimes re peated and our condition perpetuated and made worse if possible J- Wo tiuist say that wo have con fidence in the committee doing what is right tl at they will ap point honest men for ollicers in the caning primary who will see that justice is done each candidate so hnt when tho vote is over no one cm truthfully say that n single ThisIbeOur only hope is in tho sanctity f the ballot Let us have afro o allot and a fair count TO THE- DemocratsO- PBreathitt County AT the earnest solicitation of many friends I have nt last con vented to other myselfas a cnndi Into for the ofliceof County Judge of Hronthitt County subject to the Democratic primary to be held Nov pith 10C4 I would say I ant not n politician but simpln plain man having but one rule in tike To try and do unto others as I wouldwish them to do to me- Owing to my recent illness and consequent lateness of this my an nouncement it will be absolute y impossible for mo to get around and personally see nil my friends but in presenting to the voters this request for their suffrage I also make this plcdge If elected by your votes I promise that the ottice of County Judge shall bo ad ministered in an impartial Ulan ner the finances of the county wardedas zealously ns n man would guard his own pocketbook from needless nnd useless expend iture no favorites to be cared for but every dollar of the Countys money made to produce 100 cents value for the good of Brcnthitt CountyYou nil know me and you know the value and weight of may prom iso I make I ask your support nt the com lug primary and assure you that if elected by your votes I will be found as true to my duties in the office of Judge as I have tried to be in every thing in which the good citizens of Brent hit t county hire in the past entrusted me with- yollrs very truly SS TAOLBEE Fellow- DEMOCRATS Ol- a2rcathiI County It was by your solicitation that I become andnow am a candidate for the ollice of County Court Clerk I desiro to say this to my ninny friends thatyou have known me as your Clerk for tho past two years I have tried to do for you what I thought to bo right I have worked hard anti have had very good luck I have earned a ewI honest dollars But should I take these few dollars and make a noise over the County in which Iwas born and raised it would seem to lUll that I have had some one to IIwill only say I shall be represented at each voting precinct with = such means as will treat my friends nicely and will try to bo nblo to have something loft to care for theist with when they comotolltck son And in conclusion 1 here with attach my certificate of qtmli lication for said office and Iwo ingas I do that I need the oflice and believing that the people need mci again I must say I am Your friend T H HUDSON State of Kentucky Set I Robert Riddell Judge of the 23d Judicial District of Kentucky certify that Thomas II Hudson of lireathitt County Ky who is a candidate for Clerk of theBrcnth itt County Court was this day ex amined by W D Buck Clerk of the Breathitt Circuit Court in my presence and under my supervis ion touching his qualifications to discharge the duties of saidoflice mul iiml him qualified to discharge said duties Witness my hand as Judge of tho 23d Judicial District oHven tuck this tho 21th tidy of Octo her 1901 ilOHEUT UllD1 IlL Judge 23d Judicial Dist of Ivy Correspondence i I FIXCASTLK 1fi and Mrs 1 1C Gentry nt tended the funeral uieetingof then nephew Went Cniniiton last ntur day find Sunday Since flour has gone skyward several 6f our farmers are plapt lug n large acreage of wheat T S Shackelford spent a few days over nt lleattyville lust week The trustees of our school tire having some much needed repair done on the schoolhouse Malen Gooch is n regular visitor over nt Beat ttwihleevery Saturday and Sunday Wo wonder what the attraction mny bel Miss Eva Ilojran was visiting her fathers family at St Helens Saturday and Sunday Miss Mnltssa SJiackelfonhwent over to Torrent lust Saturday to take u look at the Star in the East TliQ woman preacher expected in this neighborhood this week IlInllin Hurst of Stillwnter was down to see his wife Saturday nnd SundaySocrates Johnson has sold lib farm near the Sign Board also his farm on the creek above Fincustlr to AV D Stamper tot 1000 cllsh Mr Johnson will locate near Col lege Hill Madison county Tames Shoemaker sold his fut u to J S Kincnid lit N Kincaid of Primrose was looking utter his business interests at this place the past week CI Slemp who has been on thesick list for some time was able lo resume his duties as sawyer nt A C Eastins sawmill near Znchariah last week M E Shackelford was visiting his son Dristo lit Xuchariah Fri day and Saturday lames Combs nnda Miss flat clilf were married a few days ago WI send congratulations to the happy couple Mia J B Marcum sold lilt house and lot on Syc lore St to Win lett last weelior 750 cash i WAI 11ev J Q PnriorH of lllrdmnn Is here holding a series of misetliiK In tile interest or the little church ni this place liio Iaiiniu in pn tor of the 111littlu hloVtr11III111hlliluhIt1I be glad to welcoma him intr our IIOIDM FarmergBre begining to harvest corn around here and the yields U reported very High s 1aople are compelled to water stock from their wells and thue will soon thisdriestest Inhabitant at thus place SiUKKu Tot VI PElt indeed lag well John Couch tae drilled sev eralat Hazard this hall lIe drilled one fur Wm Ward 42 feet deep He has a machine that he runs by handandcan drill from lour to six feet per day UBhavo splendid telephone JylI tem from Hazard to UortmttsvlllB allll ilg1ealherwood Aunt Abigail Hall Is suffering terrt 1 fiIC r qa bly with cancer having one on her tot head and another just helm her t nr- O G Braslibtir of thlllllIcl who ten ed three scar ns a soldier In the Phil ipplno Island has Jut tuft us for Put DrtyarU New Mexico lie bus Inn trouble and giia fur hula henltli A Join In hOI he lusty get wlIIII IK has uuanyftiends here llarlun lirnthonr Is the happient ini Y In 1I1i neck of the woods Iili vlt become the mother of two line boj a few days ago ilurlnn is elghtf years old nllli his wife ls but lUleti I Thpre will soon be a newspaper Start ell nt Hannrd K I1 Howling and C Cumin have bought n press and 1 W C Hull h1IIOlle to Jackson wltfi KM a nn and team to Ret the uulllil Veiiu der lund llmt title proprietors lutvu nl ready iinmtd the paper lio llnznr Bnleriri e hilt all ono of the buys i n Democrat and the other a Uepuhli ran the politics of the paper is as yt iinknoWn in 115 On the Increase WurlitH Fair rrniel B lliifllcn her While thu volnnii1 of irnvnl to 9 Tnulon ncconht of the Worlild Fist lina not quite jvmif up lotto rxpeoln ttnns of the Wlltlit Fair nunaRenien or the rnllronds It line linen ai large a was expected toU thlnl4 coinldurtMl The banner months so far as atteni1 ancnii concerned will bt Soptembor Oetubnr itnd November and during thesw three months the AIII11I lon wil imdouhtedly again If not Hiirpssa tin Miitirn number registered up to AnRH i Hilt Inohuive It Is certainly agrntulbig show stud onu that no person with the moans sluiih miss Ills tlift opportunity of a lhft hut In nn edncnlintml way anti oim this will be taken advantage ofibylhe Rrea majority of the people of America ba rare Us nlosn It is an Attraction thin nil Americans n1vllrlllhlllr snit Just ly soOn account of Its unexcelled trait ervlca Isms as regards rquipmant am nccommiMlntions the Louisville Hen derson A St Louis Kallway bette known M the sanders Houte lint carried the majority of Kentucklnni to St LouU and have beyoid r donb1 been more Instrumental In eoutrjfmt to the succes + of the Fair than anj oilier railroad In this territory The Hendersn Houte h justly enti tled to all the praise that is belni showered on them its their train ser- viceI is unquestionably the finest tiller sited in or out f Kentucky and Ihyli ichbdule n trains Is noire nearly molt talnwl Ilinti on the majority of roads Fur comfort In travel nod fur tin best accommodations and safest trait rtihedules there but one thing to ai all times keep In mind Ret the Hen derson Route hiiblt Hill request this rotitfiig in purchuslnR your tickets I nXCURSIONS RATES TO NORTtI HRN RESORTS m lExcursion tickets nt unusually low I rates Rood for the season on sale dally beginning June lt to Mllwaukeo Mad ison Vnnkesha Green Lake Devil Lake Ocbeble Ashland Marquette Superior Duluth St Paul Minneapo delighlfuIlake J tern Information and tickets cnii 1m secur ed irons your hnma agent Hook entitled TheLakes and Summer Ke sorts of this Northwest matted upon receipt orJ cents In stamps V II KnUkernlT 1L 04 N W Ity Chicago III What is Inside i OF THIS WORLDS FAIR AD rtDdzest Expense Tie Henderson Routs has gotten up and is now offering for fret distribution a very complete and vnlimllo book lot descriptive of wlal Is Intideand wheat Is oiilKide of the Worlds Fair and hu It tut Ilse least xPQnt- Thl bookret cuutiif Informatlgn of such vnlne that all prospective visi tors to St Louis should have a copy How to reach thin Fair tr iliuls upon arrival in Si Labia how to get around tutu grounds to the best advantage the most t ciiiuiiiiical plnii for touring the Exposition things of importunce to see In St Louis together with many oth er valuable pointers regarding a trip ol this nature shanty stone of tint many points covered in this complete book ltIIL U something you should have In planning your Utirltls Fair trip acid can la obtained by ad reslng Mr AJllItIIU1I1Jerlilln VU7AO hut SIMMNGS B n MO7N Dciuhvood nod Leadvlllu stud return from Chicago dnliy vin the Ohlcago tk NorthUeslorn Hjr Correspondingly row rates from other I points The Hindi hills region till great natural sanitnrum of the vest if one of the most picturesque spots in the World nail well worth a visit Information and tickets can be secured j from your home ngentf Illustrated slack hills Booklet with valuable map stutupsbyM WANTED Tft buy poplar lugs fur veneer work l0 inches and upsny length will pay cash WJ Gibsnnt f Norton Vi r 11 RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry lOCAL TIMI TABLED Effective Oct fxlt 1Esl o olhliIOO1 1 No tinIdaily P JiIn Sun Jay CsShili IM ATh v Lexington 225 711i lneheeterlDJ0 R 2b- Ilny City 350 913 St t n 106 923 Natural Bridge 485 061 Torrent 4 t9 1008 Hfatlivllle Jnn 511 IO2D N1IJ26rJackson WeM hound Noi ot naryna y AAt a- 1rinxhuglon 1010 OM Ylnolii dtr 023 520 Clay Oily 837 430 Slnntnn 828 4 uo Natural Bridge ROI 401 Torrent 747 347- Benttyvilin Till 720 JT20 O A K runctici 828 230 Jackion tJOO 22SNos 51 anti 4 mnke closet cnnneellin or Jitnnel City nnd points on Ohio Kentucky Railway DIvlnIo dally fiT ept Sunday Nos 11111112 ponnerUnt I E Tuna ion with CliPSnpenke tV Ohio for Ml terliiiR HJ local points Praia Nc 2 ronneoIR at Neatly ilia unction with L A for Bratt Ille J N lUnn Oon Mgr Qu A 8OTT 0 IV A I o IRy Kffectlve May Mod 1004 Last Round West Round 11 LocIec CI I 2 S 3 STATIONS e v5 fo arfi VwrA n IM AR AM iv rw tc 130 2a5ierkon IJ20 300 125 230 O AK June II 3tl 38A f43 UfiR Williurfct llr2 411- lain 152 Hampton 11 XX 430- TGO 128 1fI tidy lSf24 5x10 741 ItW 12US fiU- Tlfi 105 Cannel City 1215 6H5 Ufo IV fM V IM AR ru AR ttentlxiurd Passenger Train conneot at O ft K Junction with train nlilcl leaves Lexington at 740 ntn- Kustlxiuiul rn oiiKer Train connect at V A K Junction with train whln arrives at Winchester 620 and LCI inRton at 005 pmM CONIBT Supl liouisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18th 1001 V- No 5 No 6 Arrive Leave IM A M f 0 IB I1 Stations Jack nn 0 SB 805 Itenttyvlllp Jrt 7 00- I 4 CO KenltyvfllH 7 15 430 UetilHlinirK R 02 812 Irvhifl 620 2 15 llFchmond 10 2i Nol Nog Not No2 V M I1f AI lOOP M urine 235 JMM 810 Ulohmond 545 000 1124 7 II Valley Vtenit 15 0 14 U 00 7 10 Nicliolaivillu 4 43 OW 10 IS 0 31 VfrMllles fiflfl 7 V 740 3W Luulsvillu 815 to 40 Lv Iv Ar Ar- U11 Smtih 0 V k V A Versailles Ky i 870Round Trip Lexington KyT- O ST LOUIS AND UI3TURN VIA SOUTHERN RY tnndiiyg Monilnyn Tupwlnys lirdnes days and rttirslinys Effective Smitlny Seppmbpr JHlh nnil continuing until December 1st 1001 the fiOUrilKUN UAirWAY will sell Clinch Kxcnriiton tlrket u SiiiulnyH Monilnys Iuesdnyv Wnl iififilnyn snit TliiirHJnya from rnnnjr tun to Vt Louis and return nt rat nf 1870 Tickets good returning snvfiii days front dole of sale No ticket liiuvev orto be Hinlted later than December salt 1001 Fur Father Inlnrmntion write ni InltOil r W CIIKW3 Trnv VjiMnKRr Act RO E MnlnxStIexlnjton Ky ipIOOO to Ctilointlo and Hutimi Vin Chicago Volnelflc A Nettle Ve lnrn tine ChlcsKo to Denver Col nrado SprfnKsnnd Pueblo dully throughout IheJitinime Corrpsiond Pll8tOIlL1onpd Ountror States snit only two Sln11I1rllN M breeze I3Q Vina Street- Oinolnnutl Ohio guessingCanton DAY RRHQ c J T1OoM PAY T i J WYioIesale Li and Re1ia1i r s G to i have the most complete stock of t G NEPAL I 0 9 t- I C MERCHANDISE 0 1 1 L tr J c Ever brought toJackson to ns stinaIf 8 j I i of i t 1 1f1oQds1 gB i i fIf N0 lOUIt i4W 5 e Qfl it d- l hr k i fqc j I t I t- I V lQts zJtJ1IWf cy ijI1 toes4 i tAIi We have the Finest 7 t line ofSHOES mi y I S 1 t Eastern KentuckyIi74 I 4ft Our lens shoesare J fiofFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy 1 PlillineryGoodsThis Department is under the man 1 agementof Mrs R J Fulkerson who canshow yo u it The Latest Style Hats 5 ieFASHIONABLE FreshafromIt you need any Norse Furnishings FURNITUR i pj n We are the people you are looking for i ity fVwe1 every pt bOdYttJt at t and ir1 come J r HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMITfllHIIIIII ItIIfIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111RII1tM ilpf FPrices Are All Right IIh1IIIIIIIIIIIl111111111111111Illllllllllttll IIIlllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlll = I tr DAY BRSj 11 1 I j t7 i OOMPANYr l Jackson K ntuckM Rt 0 iIt 4- r t- J The Brentitt Netivs 1iibllxlied ncr lVldHj Local and Personal L utseribe l Lr AVVylH Mfebpt advertiHomenl on a gtMranty that our paper hn more than twico tho circulation it I County of any pupa yBrtfhitt Our paper goes to ov olllco in Perry Count surd alnioat every ono Hi A Leo M I t ft Phi Ottflloy Wolfo UlltKnot Ii loiintios rt JIyoII tttlllt tort ch thu 111011- 11rt ffilji trade tryan ad in tho HUKAT Irr+ QUNTYa1 kwS I s IIMiittiiigalU Diiy Hros Co Ii 1 utefor St 4Inulhca Our micssinir contest closes nex I fouIItjLk Alack StidhnngRf Heatlyvilli t W1f here on Wednesday Ihtia U an all I Jilju trim papei r Head both sides ifjou want togitt all Ihu nuwsd 1 J o ITad SL I eulbye S tird Innn idler Column ifli L Hales of Kroxen hers m business ljnt of tho wCtil ho Ihst dung that lIargis die wak 10 crudn special session t l ChurLto noise your tnxc If elect cU I pledge inysnlf as soon as J coiiiivinto ollice to culla speoiltl scjstpn of court to lower your tax lJ A S S11uL1tiL cf 011eya Mriit Market fur brat tread an atirrd t tats In Jnckton A I 6otith tlttllrortvl iirrmjtly 1Jione No TO aw L s fL J K Hurr manager of the TJ d iv Ualhvay was hole VednosdaNv tin h11S1110c4 conntetet1t1tll tlu railI is enough poll tax for n poOr man anti will yield enpugl ruVnnuo to maintain tho county goveanment Taulbco will reduce yourtnxcs W 00to Clarence Mallets for Hal timorc Oysters t lstSum Patton Sr nnd wife ol Houssenu were hero n few dayo Mhst wee- k1rurSRlpt IIOH B and lot in tin town of Jarkoon Jail nn- Itngbudc Howling r Fancy Candies Nuts and Gropes a Iladdons w WiCll Jo40llIorrur barnalns In i r ft4 iMtAA Hue 8 do T Inn itttr chwk hips rWj60 Other mll the same cluck for d GO m 18t k MrsnndMrt 0 J Little oft I Winchester wero hero visiting friends last week FOR 8AtIOJnerrsnf Innd chenj jHea Lnmbric lit morn Clulcksand Ad tlr AaAS II PATIIIOC n Jnckimn Ky Si Hollon mill wife loft Vcdncs day rOt Oregon where they will make their future home Whfii In Inzington stop with lint UrosTtetHl Hotel Taxes arc as high now as the law will permit Salaries are also very high Would it not ho n good Wen to roduco both 1 Vote for Taulbee Mrs Minerva J Hays wife of Andrew Hays went tot Win cheater llrst of the week to visit Mrs C J Little Just Ij ioU linn Stilts to te closed out nt huhf price nt 0 Kelmnni Gallon whllo sit steam and rxnmlno tluin v I Mr Old Mrs F W Fletcher returned first of tho voclcfrom tin Worlds Fair vtr A 11 Short wciUjo llithmoud Tuesday to nntltyin ritntioisto move his family to tho fimnligjO contly purchased natrt t VV4 1QH SALE Two hjl uidhtlnilleh roan Win H llfljln T U Morgan Sales Agent for the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal w Comiiany wns hero Wednesday P JIlg cotl took ltrtt pre Tut the 1prIt Ss Fair nt SIouik t 1 CollJ V Vent1lnrkt tfor freshand oared meats fit bat J D llborc oved into hi now vesulenc ibn Jfti hts N 0 t unlElfill has iSfti IOS idcnco on KastlMain StrcttpKot mt Phononforti 5000 cxeb- 4Poa gll eeoa Bar g r circular thou than t1n o 1 per rublialt edin thla scctiol171ri k 8 I 4r r i I Mrs UeoiKoG Gray nntl lnughter 11ih9 rnion pmlQ on Tex were Quests rays sister Mrs W W10II hirinsr tho wcclf rw Mr J K Sopor linty iteca ted- the t position as manager of Floyi I Days store at Oakllalfc Holtal noted his family hero andwij1 loon KO to houBckcopintr in the U J Littlo housfr opposite tho Tnv crid hotelYh Td 0 Keliniui IK riayingthe lights JlJcrt for jrmi mid dry liidtii and nl Iris r produce MOOKKGAUjAHAN N J Mporo mid Miss Julia Cnl nlian wore umrrioil nt tho vcsi lencoof Jrcon Callalmn on Mid lie hock lust Wednesday Mr Moore lius boon IepntySheritlt- are for some time and has madf ttfood ollleer Miss cnllnltnn it I daughter of J c galloper and rider of Kd dial Samcallahan nnd IlIIblicdlools A Jood Ciiiiiililnn SiHiklliijeyi nml my chinks re h trtl t r uMiiK Dfivitlj Llulo 1inrlj Rlaeri 10 write 8 p Moore of Nit oKdiwliis Tex A certain euro fur IIIIiiiiMirm rnii iliiiton elo Small III pnsr to Inl111 Mi net ihlIIn M S UiiAtv JnrUon Ky Oyster nml lee Creams Suppor Nov yjiul The lndlii Aid Society of thin dlirU Inn Church will KVH ilicir nniuinl oyo sir and Bev lrpam nippor NnvemUe Wml IPOI A novel and unlqiiH niir tftlnmrni In tiroinliipil in connection TIMS WAXTHDl- OCOOTWtMi river nbov ++ Ills paper Fur parUmllnra cull on or addrcM mo tt nekton Ky M MS OIUM 1r II ilium of Whiok wnsI here on business Monday Next Tuesday n President of thoI United States will be elected Lilt tho primary election milled for No reinbor lOlh will bo of more im portance to the people of llrcnthitl aunty than the national election A Heavy Ie ad 10 lift that luad oil tlu iloinncli take KiKlitl Iyitf U Cure It digests what you edit Sour itutimcli titlclilug KBH in nioinach nail nil ilUnrdern of tin dimness that ore ciirnbli Ito Instantly rflleviHl nil 1 it rin ititly cured by Ihe tt of ICMlii Iynii p l9 Curt S P boars a druggist nt 297 Main St Now IJrlUin Juno rays KtHjol Dynpen Ia Cure 11 giving such nnvornl sat lufitclloti and it onaiiroly becoming tho itoiltlve relief and nobjeqiiint wire for thin dl lro finK ailment I feel liint 1 im nlittyt iiiro In tniiify nod gratify ny customer by recoominendliiK It to theta I wrllo thla to how Innv well lie remedy U spoken of here Kodol DynpfpMn Cure wits discovered after yenr of folentlHo pxpcrlments nnd will positive euro rill stomach troubles Sold by M S Craln Jnokion Ky MUiionnrv Trenton sir llu Siul Win ers Society is doing a gunti work In his Haiti of labor on Q lcknnd lie holds niLTtliiK and Siiiiilixy schools ev Dry week nt three dltTurunt Pointsrht neople npprcointe his enrnoit effirts fo their betterment and are giving him n warty reception KfV Irenlon U iSitQlinu n mUiitiMi house on Into nionn Otlu near llio mouth of South Qulck sand which ho lins nnmed haven toot Mt fJrncio David daughter of Mrs Bryant Spirer started to her house on Quicklallll nil horseback from lucre list Srtluidny afternoon Silma time rtfiorwnnln nho wn found by MIIIIO one pasliu on tilt Miller llrdiich Ijlng by I the rosdmtlo uncunsclou mud helpless IJer mother was nolllled nnJ u carrln e ivnunt once send to bring her buck to her homo nt ihU place on College Avenue When lIstt Davis regained eon ncloiiineiiN It was learned that her horse had ultlmr Hhled or iliiintilel throwing her to the eronnd and InlUctiiiRsHrhus Injuries Thu nttendioB phynlRinu ilu isldeil Tuesdny niornlUK that the patient MiiKht to be sent to Lexington as site was still unalilo to move the lower hnlf of her hotly nnd inlertml injuries nre tlno feared She wm tnken to that city Thu- rsdaysFAIUI FOIL HUg leo mares 2 miles south of Indian Fields known as n port of the Indian OIJ Fields A hoiisB with 7 rooms rlslern nt the door with nil the other iccesunry out build ings one stork horn uno tobacco burn silliclent to hold 4 acres of tnlnCcnJliiirclitS and chool convenient Thu tarot Is well watered nnd fenced There Is n nice young orchard of BomcthinR over 100 apple trees In bearing seleotod fruit iollon or address me at Indian Field- Ky Oi W ALIEN A nice amull Form in Lee county for ale Thin Larkin Stamper place on tlio head of Hear Greek Nice dwelling goad storehouse cribs sill barn never ailing water won fenced 4ivlcotea aonable and terms eaaylForParllwuP- ara JETTu Decision in Britton case isWitfitfrawn H Judo Parker Jl i rtlor Bntorc1 fit tccarcInuco1Vltlt Aiipellatu Court 1oetston + L fadrullntt391arkor Wodnoa- rt gt y outer RU order tivithdratvin- glii ialtil of last wojk in tilt ease bf Williiini Britton charge with the murder of Jim Cockrill in which ho sustained tho demurrer to tho indictvnout and when this ottlor hind been entered ht then overruled the domnrror and aUo tho notion to transfer till prisoner to Urcathitt county and unless the Court of Appeals ro voreoa this latest decision lirittoi will bo tried in Inyetto county for tho murder of Co krill When IJrilton was lirst indicted in Fnyetto county for tho Cockrill lIIurdor lao was arrested in Breath ill county on n bench warrant from tin Kayetto Circuit Court and lodged in jail tit lexiiigton James IL Alulligan WitS omjiloyed lo do fund Dritlon and ho imiuediatoly lilwl a demttrrer to tilt indictment on the ground that tho courts of Kayetto county hud no Jurisdic tion in tho ease Judgo Parker diiBliiincd tho dqmurior to tho in dictment andn motion wits made to transfor Eritton to ilreuthitl county but tho court held oil from having tho arils entered until the Court of Appeals hud rundcrod the decision in tl4UO of John It T Hurbour frillII Jefferson county + which was similar to the Hrloll case When the decision of tutu Court of Appeals in thu Harbour cusp was read by Judge Parka Wednesday morning ho immed bitchy withdrew Ida fornmr decis jilt and entered tho one overruling tho deiiinrier Courier Journal SOLD HKDAh run CANNHL iII OANNKIi COAL Thomas It Mor in local representative if tho Kentucky Block Cannel Cod Company has been not iletl ha the I oiiisiitnn Purchase lTxposition nt St Louis that his exhibit was awanlcd tho gold med al Mr Morgans exhibit which he personally planned wits one of the most unique mineral exhibits at the iiix fair being in tho form of a mammoth arch constructed entirely of tho celebrated cannel coal taken from the companys mines at Cannel City When lightedup with electricity nt night showing off thin inscriptions to a good advantage it was indeed a thing of beauty and elicited touch favor able comment Lexington Loath t Unclaimed Mail latter Listof unclaimed matter ndHjr tiscdbyD D Hurst P m at Jackson November Ith li OJ and Ollicejatrending November Jbth litOi Ballard Maudie lloyd Mnlvroy Dclaplane N II Fngate IL D Franco Thomas Guy Carlow2 letters Stephens K M ANctnlore George P tf IIuitsT P m Alotti rM rralB j It Mothers everywhere praise One MIn tutu Cough Gusto for thin sufferIng It list relieved lull ho lives of their little ones it has saved A curtain cure for sunup and whuoplnc rough A lj 811ar1 ford Poslmasler of Cheater Mich says r Our Ifttlo girl was iineontoiiiu from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup One MIn tutu Cough Cora quickly relieved and cured her anti I cnnnot praise it to- hghlyOne I Minute Cough Cure relieves coughs mnies ell outs out phlegm draws out 1I11IIlInn1 tinn and removes every cause of cough and strain on the Jungs Sold by AFJ3 Oinln Tacilson Ky rIte jutlftment against James Mann convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to tho penitentiary has been reversed by the Court of Appeals Air Mann was convict ed court before last for the killing of Levi Gross about five yeas ago lIe hind had three hung ju casesTlioiisnndH Cured DeWltta Witch llarel Salve has cured thousands or eases of Piles M bought box uf Da Wills Witch lintel Solve on the recommendation of our druggist so writes C II LaOroIx of 7iwallaTett nnd used It for n stub born ease of lie9 It eared me perma lIeut5oldbr M S CItANIr c J8ckilonK1 s r Wedding Presents FOR TILE PALl SEASON VU AltU DISPJjAVINO lfanynew nrticloain SOLID SIL VKIC CUT GLASS CLOCkS tied AWl COODS 1847 Rogers Table- Ware ITnnclsomc Articles a 100 and tl- PHEINTZ JEWELER EAST MAIN STREET OPPOSITI3 tile 1IIOFSiX- LEXINGTON KY PRICESFOI rrtl ir ht 4sroYtsnP LOWERQuilt CMiUmJ baa njr otter Needles Oil RepairsF- OR AU MAKES AT SINGER STORE Jseedles for nit make of IIIUUIKM tic per puikago South AVeat corner Main nut lroudvajv Jackson Ky L u THE BREAD MAKEh- as no fears of the result when using Mansfields Flour Id white and line the natural tRttI stud tlnvor of tine wheat berry Make better whiter henltler bread Ihnii yon have been unlnj4 bcciuifO it I a milled from the best vhen and milled in the right way on the best equipped roller Hour mill in Kentucky Lets 2511 stuck of HKSl PATENT or MOUNTAIN IIILY talk Jo you It will be more convincing than n barrel of words Ask your grocer for It 11 C MANSFIKM f SOX ROSSLYN KY t IILUK GRASS TUAClION CO Oeorgetown and Trac lion Company Cars 1nvo LexiiiKton for Pnilslcvory hour from 01111 to T p 11111111nlO p m Ienve Paris every hour from n m to S p m and al 10 p m Single tare 40 cents Leave Lexington for ienrgelgwn ev pry hour from 7Ii m to 1 p m except 1111 m Ii p nt8 p in and 1C p m Leave Georgetown every hour from G K m to 10 p m except 10 n m 12 in Aiid 7 and 0 II m Y ALHXANDKU President r I liavn several hundred deeds rc cordfd during my Inn of olllco n County Clerk Tliesn lire vnlunliKi lo the owners of the land suit I would he Kind fur them lo cull pay the fetx nnd Enka them oat J VIe II ughur If you have any houses or lots or ands you wont to toll list then with HaKlimA Howling Strayed One rMl mnley steer four ypaitold anti weighting obout 800 pound with n white spot in forehead t strayed or stol en front my place nit Lost Ureek Ilrea that county Kynn or about October 10th IDOl 1 will pay a reasonable reward for nay Information leading lo his recovery W WllAimix Lost Creek Ky 4 tr xtv 1J l I Free Reclining v Chair Cars Pullman Obscrva I tion Parlorcass Dining Cars and Sleepers ON TUB lOPUJA- KHericlerson Route BETWEENLouisville St Louis the West an- dSOUTHWcst IF YOU WANT TO rnA I I ONTUE SOLID COMKOUT LINK UET THE UHNDEUSON UOUrEmHIT hrs A GOOD IIAIHT TO ACQUIRE ASK TJIfi AGENT FOUTIIIS ROUT INO WHEN PUHCIIASING YOUIt TIOKETdL GRD L OAIIIIRTT AxtthrSEWING getnlt1f MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE by buying this vm reliable honest high grade sew- ingI machine 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CouriiriiHiniiil Louisville llernld Chicago InlerOcenn Ciiicinimti Kn i irpr Lexington Lender I Unit mid Fart or New York TriliuneFiirmer One Year For Only 125 alto should bti without a paper buy two of the best In the iMimtry fur o little iniinny Pr Staple nnd Fancy Groceries nt west prices callon Crawford 4 lit eeclHlr photo 38 A satisfied ciihtonier in tlio bet ad verliiement Our customers ndrer tine us- A P CnAWFonn l Co I L3 rLOWT- OLouisiana RATES Purchus- eEXPQITION r WORLDS FAIR St Louis Mo HOUND TRIP Season Tickets now on sale daily fro- mJACKSONI KY limited to Dec pith 1004 214o Sixty day tickets on salo daily S17 85- Fifteen day tickets on sale daily S1G 15- For further informotion apply to E A llornbjook Agent f JACKSON Ky TGoal and Timber 1nnd Wanted Wanted onv hundred thousand acres of c11nllll timber lands In Eastern Kentucky for OAHIC for Eastern Capi talists Write to O dl4lTIILellllKton I WOUMVS PAIn SUORT LINK I 87o f ROUND TRIPL- EXINGTON f To WORLDS FAIR T LOUIS MO- n Via R Southern Railway Tickets on sale July 19th 21 20 and SStli- XNO CHANGE OF CARS between Lexington and St Louis For further information Write or cnllon T Orewa a Traveling Passenger Agent 89 East Main St Lexington i I iiinviiiOiI ILadies Fine Shoes 1 s No Cut of Vamps In ourta e Shoes 1Olt SALE BY APCAWED DCo rHere Ve Arc The Celebrated Ar- ho AN O r Bost on Enro- lP I II E 00PRLCE I For Sale By IDA JaeI 5 BROSOOoi Iegtuoky 1 x t Li1iI t SubstituteLand DROIHERSt II 1 ICONTI07IDi CUAPTEK XXXIIti wus r tllkTI 4dereatof nurses On the afternoon ot In and sat beside i blmIi1 ortnt to bring my worries toe II eleBian she said with a little torlCtl r 4 laugh but you know Mr JlIIIllr I mighty nigh ns well as I do Geor an Its h14 actions thats troulilln 1IIfI R N iow Ever since he set up nil IIlghtI with the old men over Trnbues hes been actln curlou nn this mori In lie saddled u lions nn went on t I t the mountains snyln he wouldnt b I buck till tomorrow 1 axed 1m whnr t be was goln fer nn he Jest wild UuLi lies but Its powerful nunr tel Im J r t leave the rarehonse In Jim Keener charge an you flat o yore Lack I lowed nt lust that maybe lie wasaftf the thieves that shot you lint Mi Hunks told me lint nobody hail tilnlti thatQIt I was br urea off out o reach No It wasnt thlltl an what Mr Hlllyer did KO fer I mystery to me George fancied lie hnd thokry to till 1 matter but he did not feel at llbert I Iljhusupposed pension 1orclay lrII Hlllyer went 011 sympathetically Jl reckon youve JOI o yore own without me Pusblii rdlnu on yini but you mm 1 age never to show yoren We oil have them said Iturkle philosophically I try to remeuibt 4 that end put up with mine The woman sighed An through nil tbU last affair you haint uientlonc one person thats been on yore mini ii constant George 1 know you bee thtnkln about er fer when you nom s delirious the other night her name WitS on yore hips all the time I set thai nt the window my boy an had the hart est cry I ever had In my life 1 Jewish she could a come In the room an overheard all you said Oeorgi you must u been dreamln that you II her was fetched together ter I her In all my days heard such tenth t words You actually set up once nil put yore feet on the floor an held out yore arms an called toer kindIHe was silent for a moment and thclI he went on It was the must monde ful thing I ever experienced It seen ed BO real I thought I was lying lie 1 R less out In the sunshine and that IIIW a c to we aero +s 11 em Jess meadow oyereiUfwtlifrngfili flowers I thought her bands rind am were full of them and that she elute to me laughing singing dancing SL seemed to havetea the drosa that IIlle wore that night In Atlanta though he 5 hUlr was down and blown about by t1H wind I thought she threw the flower 4 fa over me and held out her hands to help me up And when we stool lei ks getuer looking toward the setting mm II thought I kissed her mid that we stood alone In all the world Just shy and I I itemed to be unnlile to speak t but she told we that we were never never to be parted Then I thouhtI something struck me like n stone forehead and It begun to grow tillI and she vanished It was n twinge my wound that weaken muIWhat a purty dream sold Mrs a Hlllyer musingly Au It seoius tome that this lifeor the future one onght to be Ike thatibe jest what II body would waitt lt I Menu It look like u shame fer you to be tuntalimi that Basal though lit sedl a time I reckon you heard thu Crauslona wiu back trout Atlanta 1 No I dldnt know Itreplied Buckley When did tiieyJJoiiior Day before yesterday They want ed to be here when the few York doe A tor come Jle got here Mrs Uugai says on this mornlns Iraln un wen straight to the house 1 axed er wha he thought ailed tlio major but slit hadnt heard thin fast time I seed her Shell glttlie hpwsjis soon nn the faml ly does you on that nn nlie1 fetch it In to me She always told mt that I was entitled to the list slice oi every pie sire picks up She says Lydia made eta como home when they did They waifijrlght In the middle ill a whole lot o lunches an tell parties in ther honor tdown thor an Mrs Crauatou it seems way In fer atnylii V over an gtttln the majors health report by mall but Lydia said no slice ltwa her daddy un she wasnt ago in to stay from lm a minute al seen a time even ef he did say they wasnt necessary So she busted up the picnic un Jls thar with the old white head now I never seed such t devotion an that accounts fer the way isalie a treated you George sloes ii devoted daughter nUCklengrlttlQalill III has been very H our frlendshljr r Still Im i uzlf l about thewaj t 1S itn dote Hft li now u11 Mrs lUll yerwltha thoughtful frown Ever Blnctf you was aid up here Ive been lookln fer BOiGen from uer She oj1I011It the woman I tell you to be quiet ut sech a dale At rust whllu she was still luRAtluntn I lowed she simply hadnt hSrd about the ahootln t un when she got back I thought whore shed write or mall to us about your a but not n word fr u line has come an 1 handy know what to think about it N There la one thing which would ex f plain It said Buckley and the obi servant womanl saw his tense lips i twitclilnjr Shfcmay be engaged to Telfure an uwJniuy have asked her jiot to coiumunknte with mi IfIf- I sbe hUll promU l Jo titans bleu she I iwould respect hot wishes dies that r 14kindof womanil or ti Ly4euu7rex F- r j 1 r By WILL N HARBEN Author of Abner Dan I lei The II of the nlng The Walk EtcI George Mm Hlllyer took n deep brJthtlo you reckon she 1ms ngrecl to marry that inanV Im really afraid pie has Buckley annwerttl Im nfmltl she tins given in to the wishes of her IllOlhIThere wax alienee forn moment then MM Hlllyec broke It abruptly nn duoI rote amid moved toward the 1e11 she said almost Curlousllt she hasef site has Id never have th Inspect for IT I once had an that I Htlll have The fart loi11II1IOt nxolu to condemn er tell 1 know apes done j It Tlmrs some mystery here tin Im I Koln to timid out what It is unit an hour later she hurst Into tin room a huge bunch or white IIlllfI1I rusts In her funds Thont lioiiutlp1 I i I i did hnvt a dream of that kliul dont grow on but one lawn in this town she said with n Joyous smllr come Jest this minute nn here i 1Ttley with em I kuowed shed send so 11 it word George She alnt the wo I mun to keep quiet when the whol c unty is brllg III about your bravery AInllrlllnior I George took the note while the was i putting the towers into n big vaso on it table pear his lcd lie opened it mad the glad light In his eyes went out I frni ntmr back to Mm Mrs TTIltrm noted the blank look of dlsuppolntmen i lull Ida wan face Tb y IIr from Miss us y hits sal1 f It n t Ii stuik mug flog flijgrril stored the tinted sheet of note ffRfJcf tl Its enveiope His eyes met the in dignant staro of th woman I yllsa Cushy she cried An not n word from the other Its a shame Its a Jort of compromise Buok Icy wild bitterly I was really urft fsprctlnt anything Miss Coijby pro tWills tier compliments ndmlns what I did and Is glad I am getting will Kites nil right Slier a brick The other well I must forgot her my jjnod friend I must be u man and forget herITears shone In Mrs Hlllyers eyes us I she bent and stroked ids bandaged brow Gorge she said thiy are Intinencln er them old folks are Slip wouldnt do you this way of cr own accord for shc8 a good true glrh Ierhaps perhaps thatH It be said wearily and turned his fate nwnvI IIUlTEIt XXXII X the afternoon of the next day Hlllyer returned Leaving his horse lit the door he went up trouserstI en d with the white hairs of lila tlheti thug horse I Ive hud a trip of It George htI said his face glowing but 1 wits j repaid You couldnt guess whar Ive been I How cOllltlIi wild Buckley with n smlltt- I Ive got n Leap to tell you the old man ran on with enthusiasm Ho sit down on the edge of the wounded nmtld lied Trabuos death worried the life mighty nigh out o uie tell 1 I tuck U notion mill lit once that the bite o till dog couldnt be any wussu this bark nn that Id better go see thct- I old woman myself an tell er the plain truths I reckon I prayed a prayer fur dhlntlimoo Until mountain Jest about dark last night an a feller that lived on the slut o the road give me directions how to roach tier house I thought they was plain enough but party soon It got as dark as pitch mill 1 was lilt bird ilK n blind Ulan on n blind hogs Out thing the man said though was thutus MK I- IasI I got U mlo or two up the road Id see the light from her kitchen tire He sold It could be seed fur inllos that she never was knowed to shut er door this tune o1 year Well sir I got then to prayln for u sight o the light I begged the Al mighty to let It shine out as a sign I was forgiven let my crime but It was slow acomln nn whunlt did come I toolII i rill KO I wasnt much comforted over llowsomevor I did feel II little Ilhlll hotter so steady ah bright an peaceful away up than among the stars nboro them rough rocks nn deep gullies 1 started right for It The road got so bUll 1 had to git down an lead my boss Sometimes wed have J to step over trees that lay across tho war an then tbur udbe a bruuch or 1 Ia crock to oid nn fences lo let l1on nn briars nn rocks nn steep pluet Hut tkept up my heart SometlmtMt- lllchfud lit otm1o sight completely I1U linn ngln It ml blaze up steady JIll strong like n promise writ In tire I Jot to prayln more hopeful Ior time tho light ltd flare uplilt o tho i tiliKun my Kporlts ud rise till nftr awhile I felt nn light as n fenther 1 wins mi shouted nn prayed nn hllrJlI my boss It Helmed like I wa ellmir up to Clod Tho light on the 11111111111 was hUprcsoiice Onco I foil down It- stoop bank In the dark but I wasti hurt nit then nglu I slipped on 110111 racks while 1 was enissln a brnneli nil pot wet to the waist but when I Krrnii Ilel out the light tens nslilnln briRli er than ever Finally I crossed n uhl Held nn Fast the open dior of hlf house A hOg runt out ImrlUu 1 wasnt no more afeanl of lam than IhlI apoHllo8 was o II II a Its I walk Ptntlght athu culled to Im In 11 Urn friendly voice nn putted Jm on the bend nn he licked my Loud an prance about hi front o me like I was n 0111 nequalntimeo lie was glmlto sew Mfi llnmbrlght wits nt limo flroplnpi ronfcli wunen l eat wiiew I got liar nn Ihe hinted me In I wont In an shoo bands nn set down In the clan hn give me lint she put mow wood un Ille lire for lib mxl I was wet You dont know mo MM pail bright says I No says she I dont know yin sit hut that dont make no dirforotut I tako In n lots o Yolks that clt IK nlHhtitl up lien Nobody would lIu nean enough to rob ur harm u wonnii ktohl ns I am Mlmts so says I Her head wns 811 white ns cotton nut she was nil bin over but elms luul the swjtte4t 111- 4pntllmt face I over seed It lunilo ill tech eiiSir iiUiut tellln or who I wnll lire wont Id eome fur but I aeknowl ilpe I wits afeanl Then she 11t01101l1 ki set the table for she paid shut know Ill 1 was fnmlsheil lit I wouldnt ht er Xo wait says 1 welt till 1e lihl you who I am Mrs lliunljrlclit iiys I an I couldnt took nt crtliw Im Hlnun Hlllycr tile man who tuel yore pore boys life I seed er sorter Jump n little nil then she got ns still aa a grave rook 1 way ufeared to look nt er All in new found hope seemed to ho leaklr wit o me I bowed uiy head an wall Ml for er verdict God knows I Wt11 mlsernble but 1 was prnyln praylt fer pntdonpraylrl both to her nil CloJ She was still n long time I reckoi she was studylu up what to say to mo Then she spoke Did you away out here Jest to see me Mr Oil1I yerV she axed in a trembly voice 1111 I nodded stilt afeard to uioet her ro I come to make a confession an In ploro you to pardon me I said Pardon you she said alowllko nu soft ISqllire Trabues dead I told ei Ho died two days ago I hoard he was low she said ur I way sorry to hear It tar im WIIB n QU WllulI 1Iyou all thote years never como hoc the government It was from me Hiram Hlllyer says she In hcr sweet old voice Ivo knowttl that tQr I twentyfive years Squire Trabuo tllill me an nseil mo never to let un to y n for hed promised you never to let in Rt at l uIJtt1i1 I 9 1St Prtye1 God les tcr tioIlCtf 1hasp bWJ tthousand times I couldnt a iro without that allowance It hRII kep i me In comfort an enabled me to helj my neighbors In time o BUfforln Ivi vunttd to tell you how gradful I felt I Imt the squire wouldnt let me on salt you never WJ1l1hIotUlt old tlOlllleI uentlotied an so I couldnt do Theo loorgo I broke down cain I ltietely I couldnt hold In I set thou r 1111 cried like a child I told er lion I ling tin hard Id suffered an how I mil tried In all manner o ways to gll brglveness nn fool right nn I never cedxtih a look on a human fact us tns on hern Slue actually set down 011 the bare floor before the lire an t toyer thin bony hand on my knee Illrnhi uiy boy my pore boyr says JIltlShoruly jou haint brew all that I lint thlnkln yore God WAS that sort lit n God Why lies all goodness all i lory all Infinite perfection Youve 111111 hlamln yoreself fer sflmen an 1 flier man done If was a mull you nlnt seed In thirty odd year that shut ly KOII lu a tasty pnsslon 0011 dont I holll you the new mun accountable tr that Lilt hes bran holdln you ae uuntahle for thinkln so III nf him fer nil yore worry hUll come from wrongly cousin yore Hhly Maker I Oh George tihe made It ns clear to 10 as daylight She was rightshel- ie right God dont hold a now re Biilnnt maul accountable fer xvlint his 0111 deli self done She thought I i nailt coiivlncetl I reckon for she got 1110lIl1l1lwr knew an sent up n prayer mt ripped the rout on llto house an IdIO11 the inme ahoy the tllrllILord 10111o Hrtsr 1 kin ro 11IHlIIllIr every word till old saint said hnw this poredolrdcd man the truth r1Jlr away tin nest 0 doubt nn mll II ndenitandln thata clouded hits roil ptlon an dampened till ardor of hula Give Im pence right IIIII IJrntlloul IMty lint Lord tai dont to his old self Show him soul that dwelt In the old 111111 o mortality an lot Mm walk with 11110 heard unburdened in till mmsliliiu t o thy heavenly smile An George Buckley when slut riz to her feet I Id see an comprehend I laughed an ibbed an shouted My ftar was al- llieullin It will never never re 111111 fer I understand now SIll lowed me Jest think o that Lynn iamhrlghts mother waa the one till lntod to show me the truth tho old onion I was fcmrlu mort thiui every Ddy else Slie crooked uie a good sup ler an after eatln It I lull toirt III yens hltlIhe dead boys bed mind onoll slept ns sweet n sleep as I- oer slept III my life the fast fur thlr t years She come to me away 11- 1Ihl night pitapat pitapat over tho iinchenn floor Jest like she usedI hJ lo Lynn I reckon an spread toI tlVlr on me It reminded me of 11fJail mother I retched out an kissed hrr haiid an drifted away In reacts This mornln when d 8WtctI thu sun was Bhlnln in ulrouI amrit aojue good U1aCItfrstsiaz y She tot down If Jicr knAsdn Cent it I u proper that rnjittf the roof off- Aout iomtt nooiiiiv nil peci tutu JIll woman amovin about the big blazli duty George George God is 00111 i SITU didnt want to lot ine oontlnue tilt nllowance but when she seed how I rllhhe agreed to do It an to come stralgl to mo for It In future Now Im gall down an toll Mnrthy nil about It A 11 these yjonrs 1vo Lent afrnld to inontlo the subject to lier but I emus talk abut It How to anybody I wish I coal reeds the ears o mil tho men untli face o the earth who arc niUlctcsl ns I Imve been Kt they only kiiovviHt 118 I now kix w that Gad dont Irald the acotiuutable fer what ther old solve done dies wouldnt xuCerrtnellossly TO BE corruxnenJ- HINSAZ1UN J JAllrxullon Knllovn Myntorlom Kit tit u Car Comp Inue Ilunt Chicago Oct 27 SoruwtSon clmrg ti lore beau maden connui Icon with the Invostlftatlon of the I1ro at tile plant of the Chicago Car nnll Locomotive company at IlagpwlMh III IH U Tfilmnn of ho ell law d ptir gaVo out a8tatemtift wide eaii Tho testimony of tho onglncc In charge of the building 10000lhllr with that of the fonnor superlntct dent of thp company amountod to 1 direct charge that luaac N Parry UIO president of the National Dank ot North Amorloa hail heoomo the owne of the property through sale und bankruptCT prooodlng that he 1m proceeded to nmnliulnt thus book and InvMitprlMi for the piirtKiBe If making u largely Increased aliowln as to tho value of tile plant that Itp lied ordered the Insurance turn ahoy 100000 to be Incrvnsod tg 200000 Riat he hind ordered oil the cars low mothuK and othut property of the company to Iw stored within thll ahopa that he had aiiccevded In ol talnlng access to tlie shops alone IInll I unaccompanied upon a Sunday aftei noon and hat within an hour there efter fire had broken out In four Qf the live buildings and resulted In tlte destruction of two of Ilium S Ierrya DltnrniIr Clajntfl Ml rcrfy has boon the vl n CbU aplracy tutu Perry fund no fnotlVenti I Ronunlt iho crime as the Inmiranc goes to the company Ir Perry him self says tho charges rave some liesl- I I men who want to njle or niln the car company IPJblJc and Pupils oct 319ho tbortot tho commlslsoirtr of otlncatlon for tht Ducal year ending June 30 1901 mad inbllc by tho wcrfttnryof tho Interior ihowu that JOOU93il pupils or SO pet lintlit the entire population of the lountry attended tho public school luring that year As COIIIIIIUOIIwllhI he provlous six years hows a slight decrease In the number ot puplto as compared with the total f wpulatlon Tho cost of the public school system Is given as J251l57CSfi Pltla fs anlncroaso of JICflOOooo overlie previous year It amounts to S15I- idr capita of tojal population dud 2275 lICe capita per 11111111i Savings flank Quits Lima 0 Oct Ofhl Lima Say rigs Batik and Trust company failed 10 upon Its doors because of Inability to meet Its clearings nail because of 10 demand by a local banking house hat It Immediately take up JSOOO of Iho rodUcountHij paper Tho stock of Ihe concern which Is 50000 Is large I I hold In Toledo The president WW Lolghton Is there trying to raise lonoy to pay depositors Ho wires that ha has made nrrangomanU to that end anti will return and satisfy all Tho latest statement of the bank hued nn tiny 11 of this year showoJ the total rosourcta to be41C93ll anti atal llabllltlofl = 100310- Mysterious Murder I MaHontown Ia Oct IISteve lore omjiloyod at the IeM mer cote plant reported that he saw a lIIan thrown Into a coke oven and ere mal11 Burcl says he saw throe men canting on top nf an oven and a moment later saw two of them Jump to- the ground anti dUappear In the dark Ito8 Just then tlamos Issued from tho oven as though fuel hat boon Mined Into It Coroner lingua ordered Iho ovln drawn whorl blackoncd hu man hours and teeth woro found The iiinlored man and lily assailants are knnown Knockout Drops Bentoti Harbor Mloh Oct 29 Smith 26 Is dead and Jennie Ilrtle Is In n critical condition tho It IB said of knockout drops iken while tho 0IrU were drinking wllh two well known young men of Ihls city Tho girls nro waitresses in11 11 hotel hero and mot tho men at o anco Whllo In a drag store after Is alleged they had Loon drinking etivily the Rlrlu IJCcmo Ill A phy Iclan worked over them but Miss mlth died 111 a short llme Tho eoro- Ilttr Is Investigating Mysteriously Missing Creek Mich Oct 2SNet Iholpa Svolj known In the cereal + y J6W UUatneas and jrulnXjr or t- PlHps ha 1It mlssl- iln o Sunday nrtaniojbl antt sent I tfoial rumor afloat h5 Ms disappearance fvyitlifir the 11Il1 two yunra Ihelps liasniailo and lout n- foil Wln A year ago his creditors I tercd Into an nuroement to rtrrtllI fmui Intacferliig wlthlilm and hlR hurbinei Jntiroots fo uro Yost U- ngreetiiuntynthn111jI an NUV J1Al- leged n olstratr6ntjrraUH Kew York Oct 27Inl 1 r ew- ptrlll much hotter and va u tut tt hits home Shortly afterward ho Go ernor Odoll Is iiuotetl aa snyln V have found 10000 eases whsi fraudulunt moans have been taken 10 oatahllKh a voting rosldimee In tblt city There are undoubtedly mil luimlrsda more cases which we hn o not Bone Into The limper authoritii will Institute proceedings In 8000 lit these castu American Fired On London Oat 81 According to Tangier dispatch to tho Times on American gentleman and two OornulII sailors while boating on the Iamlcl river were flrttd at Their fata la un known A dispatch from rangier to the Dally Telegraph reports that u German was Wiled at Lnralehe Sixteen Cremated at a Wedding St IntorbliurR Oct nAt a Uro fbllovrtng a woddlng In the poorer III1ft of St retorabnrt U of the iroeata wet buruod to death Five others ure inlssiiuj and It Is feared they 1m 111t1h911 ICoton Bulletin 1Tho comma l fire IRHUIM a bHllotln showing that IV to Oct IS 1901 577C56R runnlna hal of ouon lmo peen ginned In OGS counties Ioestod In tho various ootti i producing states an against S4WO running bales roportwl to the sail data In 190 Counting round bales as half hakes tho number of nlnnl balm for IbOt Is llncUll to 870 151 and for 190a to 23IB702 Dan Patchs Wonderful Mile Memphis Tana Oct 27 r Dan Patch with a ttinncr in front 11110811 mile lit lllllttujta inrk In 156 till t fastest irillOOvor paced by a Intrn horse Timo by quarters 010 65- 1IG 4 IM A wind shield was use Cripple Executed Kowton N J Oct 13 =hazard Khw anrnnned onologgcd and on open lluiignrlan was Imnewl IIhUlI Jail hero tr the murder of lite SvJ whom he shot In hor home at Pmnljl Furnace on Aug Q lastJIA tUlCT ItKlOlCIJ Omit and tock Inert Kor Rot U CUv ln4 Cattle Choice flit dr redNears lMO HM sad up II TtQI sad U ihotc IeM to ltw llw II M 4 75 fs ilr to goad f01 to 11M Ib= U Kii 4 M ehakff tifUft U 7f1 100 rim l rut huh N M sOS S choto fat mv- l on1r5 fig cliolci to fancy mUk n- scd air1n sP 3f0 e1St7 lit fthryp N J- I Lanilxi lun to rhnlc lamb U 6n 1iI t M rxlr lo ffoutl JI 015 50 rulU 11111 coaimtMi Sl 9004 JS good tn chit wrlliT stNep t Ij99i I Bond In i lnl inlxrd hrrp M TMH CO tilt lu KIIOIi 13 e3 76 PUlU to common U 00I3 0- 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s j fbKttseh titiiJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky p Paid up Capital 11111811111115 2Jo0Go I f- W113 oioliuU tliu Ddiikinj Ifiuinwi lull aWiilttl of 3 Lninbor 1Jn n u IhctnrLrl s J S Timber heelers m I L Business Men W Mircluulsj 1 K rn 1 lhlfl hoe IJftUori ICdntu InhoU- rt SN i i II Within tho limit of htgUinmto tltillllikJilll g ID ni I COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY J- 2503Sfa S529S 5SStS SZ52S7s r l Just aMoment Please Why notlet The Royal Tailors ofChi cago make your fall suit or overcoat V hell delivery is made there will also be delivereda direct guaranty covering the quality of goods the style and fit of thcgarnleutsaudthcworkrnanship And that guaranty is worth one hun Iredceuts on the dollar to It means that you are to be satisfied with the garments when you get them satisfied that they were madeexpressly foryou to your own mcasure and it means that they will wear well give you good service and hold their shape as rightlytailored gar mcnts should The cost of Royal tailoring is so low that you might almost think price was the first consideration But it isnt Value is first Valuegiving at the basis of The Royal Tailors success The best for the money always that is the Royal idea Customers of The Royal Tailors ere In lied to gueu how many peopl will attend the Worlds Fall at 91 Loul Tbey V offer prizes consisting of ten Automohllee to be given to the r I ten persona mating the etoaekl guess Tho coil of these Automobile la SI37OO There are also eight oath prize ef flOO each malting the total value of the prize H5OO For- every dollar you pay on an order for Royal tallornc you can Imake one Saner on a SI5 oWl you can make fifteen 5uus rand on a SiZO suit you can utalle twenty utsea anti so onn IIU for every dollar f The Royal Tailors carry a milliondollar stock ofwoolensRsomething sure to please everybody suits and overcoats for men find boys ladies mantailored skirts andcoatsaU made strictly to measure at au actual proven cash saving of fully twentyfive per cent But the thing to do is to see the goods and get the prices You can do that by calling on- IIAltClS +Y 3 1IKOS JACKSON KY uEsr nor KLIN mi IrttLllIt rand FGOJ- ItItY lot I PVI JioV ARLINGTON HOTEL I S S TAULBEE PROP I 1 rAUIrSO 111N1Uolly UOpIl IIVK rUlJU IN KIIISI CLASS 8AM1M V t INOOWKCTION IfIPH If1 1 J lJ w rrth jl I 1 t I I O f l 0 t 1r f f JIr a DYSPPSr Ptinei r5 lI DIGESTS WHjUEATTile il00 bolt Ie conltns m tlmtith Hl slievkiebseasMr50iiML y Sr555A550 ONLY AT TNT LAo fcTOfjCTr ILli V EC DoWITT COMPANVrCHICAGO fJor 8110 livliH Jut tlN 4 a r f hul t1- ft yi 1 1 ft i T TT n i