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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 11, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904111101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 11, 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. 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CorrenpondiiifilT 10V II fnle olnl portefitlyniI t tohideit trnln ervtl1 Through hip t iI TTIfII iug5citrThiii Iet of lllvryLhiiIj I Li4tIlKtlitI ollnbtJ Slcllrelilrolli 13rtu IlIl1Ii R ei ridrei IT Zt I M UreeiL4 Vinrot diiicrn- S l iaI1 Ohio tr OoIIoi f J iJ JoiO 1r 6 1tl It atJ MAKE RAPID STRIDES Japanese Reported Advancing at Port Arthur S j JIMEET WIFJI DOSPERATO RESISTANCe Ornrrnl ICuriisi kits AnnouncM lm porliint Cliiiiiuc In Illi btHir of Of UofTH Inter OrnillnoU lllltely He low MikteikIrtImIir lletween IJIIItiiuISLondon Nov 7 Dispatches front Chefoo and Tientsin report that tho dofendbrs of Port Arthur liMo retired to tho Llatl hill fort whero they lire InldlitK out desperately entrenched ntidiwlth 10 guns of largo caliber Tho Japanese It U added nro advancing with Irresistible energy Moro roll able reports do not confirm theK3 ctutomen but tho Tokyo report of Uiocaptilrdiof Wnntal hill n rtomt jiating fort within two miles of thn railroad terminus shows that tbo Jttune8o aro making rapid strides St l etersburgT Nov Jl New cointnundora havo Just beeflnp pointed In tho far cast Including the appointments of Generals Life yltolv end Kaulbarito tho First nnl Third nrmlea respectively Oeneralsi Kutiiovlch niid Sollyanoff mand tho Twentysecond and Thirty seventh divisions of the First corps vhosu chief General Meycndorff Is resigning on account of Ml health Johoral Slotichcrsky commander of thd Tenth corps has also resigned and It Is expected that lit will be sue c H dtHl by General JzorilltakITlu swuoplng changes may Inllly that thoro In no Intention on Geucral Kuropatklnx jwrt In assume the offensive during tkls years campnlgn unless nn ex coedlifgly favorable opjiortunlly of Urn Indeed It begins to look like n ileadlock below Mukden for the win tcr unless Port Arthur falls or tho Japanese abandon the Idea of renown tho assault upon the fortress tlicr and settle down to n regular rex either of which would reloaso enough troops to glvo thg proponderj nnco iicccissary to try to forc Russians out of Mukden In fact tho IntdHt diipatchefl from tho front Indi cato that some such move Is prepar ing though tho best opinion at tho war oltlco holds to tho view that them tot nH likely to bo nnolher big battlo 1OIntlIIJRussian Center Pierced f Tokyo K8v BH rjitfjftho Russian center at PortArthur has been penetrated bylhe Japanese After three days of continuous bombardment of Iort Arthur which caused extensive NIr1usnuKetkwan fort the right wing of tho Japanese army assaulted ShoJusaQ Having carried the approaches to that height the assailants Introndhcd them selves under Ibo glucls of tho forts In the evening the left wing delivered an assault on Keekwan fighting tA- way lo tho lower parapet There the Japanese heM their ground stubborn ly In the face of Russian counter at lacks Having been reinforced during tho night the Russians charged down upon the Japanese and despcrat aniMolmtnl con lctR ensued Tl Japanese beat back the enemy and do ttroyed two covered positions In th1 front moat Pronounced a I Tho Hague Nov 7 Nalioukataj MUsuhashl tho Japanese minister to tho Netherlands denied absolutely tlio ntatcinont cabled from St Peters burg on Nov 5 third ho had oiganlzed tin attack on tho Russian llaltlc IlrolincoI mission a message purporting to havo mlnlsllrIUI01t raid tho document would be a forgery Hull Jurys Verdict London Nov 3 Tho text of tho jurys verdict nt tho coroners Inquest ntIlull on tho flshermcir victims of the North sea tragedy Is na follows That Sfyirge Henry Smith nnd William Leg Kiit were nt about 1230 n 111011 Oct 21 while out fishing with trawls Aboard the lirltlsh steam trawler Grnno with board of trade marliH oc nlbltod and regulation lights burning killed by shots fired without warning or provocation from ortaln Russian Nvnr vessels at n distance about a quarter of a mile GirlAssaulted Dayton 0 Nov 7 Miss Worrell 21 tho daughter ofForeRtI Anna K Worrell was Iho criminal assault perpetrated by an I unknown mUD In the extreme southern portion of tho city After a strug gle tho girl was finally overpowered nod dragged for n distance of 200 feet Into nn open field where she lost con sciousness She Is In serious condi tion Mayor McCue Convicted Charlotteavillo Ya Nov 7SSamuel McCuo for four years mayor of Chnrlottosvllle was found guilty of the murder of his wife Fanny Mc Cue Sept 4 last Tho verdict was murder In the first ilpgrpo which car rIce with It tho death penalty Tho Jury deliberated halt an hour- WorTT Fall Attendance BU Louis Nov 7Tbe attendance statement jssuud by tho division of admissions of tho Louisiana Purchase- FxhiositIoit company shows total ad missions fur tho week 034412 and tho grand itotal slnco tho exposition 57 737 ed1 v IrllU o 5 View time Hciiialna Of tile Late Arch I bltliop Killer Cincinnati O Nov 7Tho re ArchbishopI 11110IlIo l oven the housetops wore cr wded At the hos I pital Archbishop Mueller Chancellor Dutton and Father NaIl chanted thoI Do 1rofnndU When the archbishop and clergy received tho remains at ithe cathedral tho Franciscan Fathora chanted the office of tho dead the Vespers Then tha waiting multitude passed through to view the remains which are to lie In state until the obsequies on Tuesday rbjtratlon Treaty With Germany w Washington Nov C Negotiations have been Initiated for n treaty of ar t bitration between Germany and the Pnlted States Several days ago Pres JaronIthe United Stnten would In his judg ment be very desirable Ambassador I Slornburg coincided with this view antI told the president that ho would Inquire of hits government what steps If any It desired to tako In the mat ter Ambaxyadar Sternburg today called upon President Roosevelt and informed him that the German govern ment had Itprm 4 e l itself as entirely agreeable to tho presidents projiosl lion and tl at ho hail teen directed laI open formal negotiations fur such n Uttdty Those negotiations will ho conducted by Ambassador Sternbun SOil the part of Germany nnd Secretary Hay on the ptrt of tho United States Airships to Corrpete St Louis Nov 7Unless the weather conditions Interfere time Greatest demonstration of airships In tho history otthu world will tako placo at the worlds fair aeronautic concourse beginning this afternoon Housed In tho aerodrome are five ny lag machines embodying as many dlt ferent principles and varying In size froi4 the monitor airship Invented and built by Hlppollto Francois of Paris Franco with Its Immense gas bug containing fOOt cubic feet of hydrogen gas to tho comparatively small balloon belonging to A U Rey I nolds of los Angeles Cal which when fully Inflated has a capacity orI I only 3000 cubic fret In principle of propulsion the airships vary as wide ly as they do in wire Thollrst flight Is scheduled today In the contest for tho ind of 1 011 b time UiiifsllRutTnTOhTRf KxposftWn company Trial of Electric Locomotive Schenectady N y Nov 2The big electrical locomotive built for the Now York Central Railway company was taken out to the Hoffmann fourmllo race course equipped with tho third rail and without coaches attained a speed of 70 mil s nn hour With eight coaches tIme locomotive reached a speed of 55 miles nn hour In C3 seconds alter the lever haul reached tho first notch on the controller In starting the Indicator showed that the machine hud attained n speed of 35 flubs and Increased at n rate of five miles every 30 seconds In a rnco with a New York Central limited on a second track at this point tho electric locomotive easily beat the steampro pelled train on the fourmile run Japanese DaVtlethlp Sunk Paris Nov 4 Dispatches from Chefoo Port Arthur nnd Tokyo last June to tho effect that tho Japanese battleship Yashlma had been sunk by a mlno off Dalny which dispatches j were denied by time Japanese authori ties at tho time have finally been of tIdally confirmed Tho Japanese gov ernment has notified foreign govern ments of tho loss of tho ship The number or men who wont down with the vessel Is not known Tho official details show that the Yashlma struck n Russian mlno and later attempted to make Dalny harbor but this proved Impossible nnd she sank In deep water I Left the Tracks MlddlotownrN Y Nov 7 Express j train No 3 of tho Susquehauua and Western fromt Jersey City was i wrecked near this city The engine nail three conches left the track i turned on their sides nnd plowed I through tho dirt for several rods The cnclno was badly damaged Engineer 10111 son though burled under the debris escaped serious Injury None of the passengers was Injured Th accident was caused by a Ilshplnto j being driven between the rails of the switch and the main track apparently I for tho purpose of wrecking the tmlnlCrulset West Virginias Trial Boston Nov 3 With perfect weather and sea conditions the ar morel cruiser West Virginia went over the Capo Ann course for her alit j cial fourhour speed trial and devel oped an average speed of 2214 knots per hour TIme cbntract with tho Unit ed States government called for a SUB tained average speed for four hours of 22 knots per hour Stork Visits Iflorotte Vlllaoe St Louis Nov IThero was great boating of tomtoms and wild demon strallonK of joy in the Igorotto villageI at the exposition over tie boy baby time first child born In the village during tho exposition Flue father Apoguot Is 23 years old and bears a record of having secured tho heads of five enemies Sebllla tho j mother Is 20 i Chinese Visitors Turned Down San Francisco Nov 7 Twelve Chinese alleging themselves to bo I merchants otyJ8ltlng tho St I Louis fair were a lauding by the local ImmlsraTion b rpufc I r4 c l BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS RELATING TO APFAIRO IN THIS MID ADJOIfJINQ STATES Silpriits I ii II Inlnnnlii CTn fl Under Siirvrlllttiicn lit Ihclr llonifi Iur liiii if Tolitcco Gruvirsessa tlniirtl Title Denifil f Vancobtirs Ky ov7Udge Jo Bcph leo of howls couhyt released on their own rpcognlzaiic young man and two women who Hail boon arrested charged with thg jThlllolllnr smut murder of the late fltose of Kpwortli The principal frs John Rose was permitted to gfr to her homo 20 nillca from tItle i tty along with MM Fannie ItU pany with Constable Thaifflugle9 tho lalturH husband as guard over thorn until tho preliminary hearing WcdneHday Albert Hnrrhtlw 26 yearold adopted son of JtrS Rose wont home with Deputy Sheriff 0 W Uklns who lives m Fotifrivlllo 18 mllou from hore Tho reason asalgnod by Judge Leo for this action Is that he had no suitable place to 011 so the prisoners Sheriff Itawmijj after returning the warrants nrrcatt cd parties to the Judge said ho de sired to bo relieved of th J responsi bility of their custody it locUlrK them up until the prollmlnnrjhearlnjf PCtUil Outlook Louisville Ky isoy T AHhougH tho last rallies of a oimpaJpri nOt re mnrkablo for tJiJs furm all political demonstration have bor tig hoMthe day before election llnd an energetic still hunt for votes pro cilhiR In Kentucky especially In thihlrd nUll Fifth congressional districts The Fifth district composed 63he city of LouUvllle and Jrrrtllon la nt present represented by Swager Shcrluy a Democrat but the Hepub llcanu who are more nggrosslvc than usual are claiming thaI they wlcarry the district with unit nt chonco of Swinging overthc Third also Tho Hopubllcnna dtclarc that If Ui y do not carry the slate for tho national ticket they will tt least Jut doWn the plurality glvot Bryan at tas list election l Admiral Wise to Be Retlredf Washington Nov 3fltJar Admiral Vllllnrn C Wise commanjllug tile At lantic training squadron was at tho navy department In conference with officials regarding the condition of that squadron Ho will return to his flagship time cruiser Minneapolis now in Hampton Roads In a day or two and on tho SIb Inst will bo retired from tho active service Admiral Wise 1sI1f1ii1o l 1U entered time naval service In ISGO lie Fnhul tho grade of reap admiral In 1002 Sensational Report Denied Mt Sterling Ky Nov 7 Judge W Taylor of Menlfeo county denied over time telephone a report previous ly brought from that county that Tip ton Day wanted on the charge of having killed United States Marshal Howard Wilson three years ago hind been killed by two olllcern who sought to arrest him and who wore themselves killed by Day Tobacco Growers Active Mt Sterling Ky Nov 7Tho tobacco growers of this county succeed ed In securing 1100 acres out of 1400 for the Hlue Grass Growers associa tion In Hath county they secured 2200 acres The card of W H Haw klna caused a revolution among tho promoters In the various counties and they havo accomplished much In tho past few days- Valuable Stallion Killed Lexington KJV Nov 4While h Ing led to his stallJ R Hoggins nathumpton by HiuuptonTho lint fell on the concrete lloor of a barn at Elm endorf and was fatally Injured dying from concussion of tho brain Tho stallion was one of the most valuable in Hagglife collection lie won fatno on the turf and was the sire of great racers Woolen Mills Company Incorporated Mt Sterling Ky Nov 7Thmo Salt Lick Woolen Mills company has been Incorporated with 10000 capital A new plant will be erected The Incor porators ore C C Johnson of Salt Lick M F Christian and W n Farrell of Lexlngtoiu Mother Ends Her Lite Owcnnboro Ky Nov 7 Mrs R Q Fluids committed suicide by tak ing morphine She left a note but tho contents of It WOO not made pub lie She Is survived by four children flanker Arrested Des MoInes la Nov SEII Mlllnr a member of tho firm of Miller Son private bankers nt Now Providence la which failed last March has boon Indicted by the Hardln county grand Jury on a charge of fraudulent bonk lug and Is now under arrest It Is claimed that Miller received deposits when ho knew that his bank was In solvent Tho indictment Is the result of an investigation set on foot by stockholders Outlaws Escaped Casper AVyo Nov 8 Sheriff Webb and party returned to Caspor welllIinthe First National Cody killed Cashier Mlddaugh Not a traco of the outlaws was discovered and it is the opinion of tho offlcor that they have otfectually escaped Nothing was seen of time other posses After dee lion Sheriff Webb may take the trail again American Killed IHI1VDnll Nov 8A dispatch from Pinar Del Rio states that J T Clove land an American has been killed there by a policeman No details havo been received y 1- sluiIisA p f i 1 rrIr 1 f JIftbr I WEEKS NEWS BUDGET ON WHICH BLUE PENCIL WAS FREELY USED lluppinliix In this Various Qunrter of the World Will He Kniind Duly Chronicled III tho Vuvrett Word In Tills Column a TUESDAY Snow fell throughout tho Catskill mountain region the lir3t of the sea SOlirJohn Edmans 65 toll Into tho collar of a now building at Columbus 0 breaking his neuk Steamer Gloucester Captain Dhlr from Hoston for Ualtlnuire went ashore below Seven Foot Email Chesapeake I Two bay lionesses two monkeys two ostriches and a zebra which were presented by Kins Menellk of Abys sinia to time president of tho United States arrived at New York Independent whisky men announce thnt they havo ngrctJd among thim selvoa to maintain the basing price at 121 and that no attention tlIIlJo paid to the price of 123 as an nounced by tho trust I Trial of Colonels Dautrich and Ilollln and Captains Francois and Ma rescal charged with appropriating funds used to secure evidence against I Dreyfus ended when the French guy ernment announced that it had nban cnseII Mason long well known temper onto lecturer and author died at- Fort Wayne lad Lima college of tho Lutheran Synod of Ohio iurclianeil by business- menI and will become n nonsectarian enterprise i I IK the darkness Mrs George Diehl i accidentally walked over a 40foot embankment into time Licking river at Znnosvllle O Instantly killed Tho Norwegian steamer Guernsey fiom Savannah Ga Oct 15 arrived 3000II er Mlja broken open the safe with nltr Klyc nn secured 3000 In cur renoy and made their escape on a ban dear I Wnr department sent orders for the courtmartlallng of Captain David B Mulllken Twentyseventh infantry Fort Sheridan III on charges of de sorting his wife and for duplicating his pay accounts iA1U It lAY Alt grades of refined sugar advanced 10 cents per 100 pounds K Klrd desijoyedwjjio eivtlre west side Ibllnl t1 l lci1tcn tailing n loss of 200000 Robbers blew the safe of James R Hlodgctt banker at Hermitage N Y securing from 25000 to 50000 Martin W Burke for 17 years man ager of the Brevoort hotel Chicago found dead In bed Brlghts disease At Now York the ferryboat Colum lila of tim Wall Street line sank after collision with time Norwich liner City of Lowell There was no loss of life Russian troops charged a mob of 3000 Poles who marched through the streets of Czcstochowa as a protest against mobilization Six persons killed 20 wounded One hundred persons drowned by tho sinking of the French steamer OU rondo alter having been in collision with the French steamer Aschlaffluo off tho Algerian coast Kit IIIAY Burglars blew tho safe of the post office at Negley O Loss 300 Ton firemen overcome by smoke and gns while fighting flames which conS earned a hay stack In Brooklyn Three i firemen may not recover Joseph Falcon a largo land owner near Salem 0 got Into an altercation with Kenneth Coy n tenant who stabbed hjm so badly In tbo bowels ho can not recover A sleeping car porter disappeared from a Chicago Alton train with a check for 5000 belonging to Theophll Stromsky a wealthy farmer whoso home Is near St Louis Miss Anna Organ 16 arrested at Vince nes tad for taking letters from mnH boxes Tho girl resides In Lawrence county III She said her only motive In rllllni tho boxes was to satisfy her curiosity TIIUItsDVY Cuban health department announces there Is no yellow fever on tho Island Dr U A Gubhard dentist found murdered In his office at New Vim Minim No clew t Rain fell throughout middle Alabama breaking a drought of eight Weeks duration- Burglars looted the jewelry store of j Shot Brothers at Wheeler W Va to the extent of 5000IExplosion of non N Y caused Injuries to about 40 persons and mIld 100000 dnnmga property toI At Ixswlflburu Ala Jack Yu thor ough a merchant und J YPhllllps n inner quarreled over 11 game of cards Yarborough was killed Instantly and Phillips died several hours later WKDXKSDAY At Chicago Joseph M Skala a butcher filially shot his wife and then himself duo to business troubles Mrs Colla Craven 40 committed suicide at her home In Waterford O by hanging herself She was a dress maker ansI divorced Thomas Clark stepson of William Comptou shut and killed the latter at their homo at Kskdale W Va Shoot tug was the outcome of a quarrel over tho coming election Fire nt ShelbyvlUo Ind destroyed tho elevator and hominy mill of the Nadlng Mill and Grain company the entire plant of Vaudergrlft Wrench company andtthrSo dwellings 4 5 5 4Ik S On the Increase UorldH lnlr Tmvol ictln Ilea Icr While lltH voliinip of ravel In t- rI on nrcniint nf IhA World Fair eXIPCtfliiuir the rnilrnnd It lies hcoii ne large M- In pXlletII l thliiR coiMiderVd The Imniipr inonili Io far ns ntlend thee U cniippriiPi will he SeptPinber OiJIohfr und Niivernber nnl during I IIPUP three luntitlii Dm ndmihRlon will tndniihtpdlr tquiil If not urim8 the ntiri nunilipr registpreil up to AIIRIIKC lilt Inclusive JlJclprlnlnIYIIlrnnclhl show numdiiuo that no iersiui wlllihe menu s fslioild 1I1c 3 II iMlio opportunity of llfetiniP in 1I1I1lIcnllllnl wny and one that tvill IIP Inknn ndrnnfngp of hllhA great imjorlljr of time people of Aniericn be lirA Ili eIiisn It is 1111 attraction that til Americans RIO proud oft amid Just ly soOii ncpoiint of Its iinpxpplled trnln prvico Imth ns regards pqiiipinent and ipcoiiiinmlntion tIe Louisville lieu Iprsnn ilc St Louis ItniUvay better iiiyuti M the Henderson Route has the innjurily of Keiitucklsns nStliuls and have lieynid e doubt linen more Instriimenlnl contribut ing lei the success of the Fair I hi tin any other rallrOnd In this territory Tlie Heiidprsin Itotito Iii justly enli tIed In nil the rrnltCe that Is liehiK lroivered on theiii its Iliplr train ser vice U tiiuinriLioimlily the flnpst alter it i ill n or out f Kentucky and their I eln liil nt trnlnn Is more nenrly machr 1ll1pllh n on the majority of roads For cuiiifort In travel and for theist nccoininodnllnns and snfest train liedulen theres but one thing to III ill tlniPR keep In inind pit the lieu derson Route habit anti rpquett this rouliiig in piirchnsiug your tickets EXCURSIONS RATES TO NORTH ERN RGSORTS Excursion tickets nt unusually low tile ROOJ for the season on sale daily euinuinK June Ist to Milwaukee Mad Is iii VnukPnliB Green Lnkp Devil Lake Oobelilc Ashlniid Superior Dtiluth St Paul Miuttenpo lls anti ninny other COOS and deliuhtful lake resorts renclieU l y tIe NorlhWea Line jgj w 1iitifrhrffnnl1 lol klm tlIlrM II Pt ed from your Imine agent Book en titled The lnkps and Suninipr Re torts of the Northwest 1 mallet upon receipt at 4 cent In juatips W II MilikpniP T IOt N 1V Ry OhiciiRoIII HiJTfO lint S1MMVO3 R I t7N Dojuhvood Iud Load Ilie nud return from Chicago ditity vn I ime Chicago A North Western Ry Curre poiidInRiy MIW rates from other puiiils Tho lllnck Ii Ills rlgillnlllAI- Ilput natural gnnltnruin of the Went i 0 one of the most picturesque spots in the World nud well worth a visit Information nod tickets cuti be secured fom your Imine agEnt Illustrated lack hills Booklet with vnluiible mnp nill I Ill on receipt of 4 ceulsi in stninpa hy W Kiitskern CliiciiKD S VANTKI Ill buy poplar logs for veneer wink 16 Inches and up any liiiglh will pay cash WJGibson NortonV- iBUVTHEl no Oefara You Purehisa Any Other Writs THE NEW HOME 8EWINO MACHINE COMPANY ORAKQE MASS Many Sewlnir Machines are rnde to sell regard less of quhiybut the New lIooaIj mad to wear Our guaranty never runs out We make Sowing Machines to suit all condition ofthetrada The New Home standsatth hud of all Hlclieraile family sewing machines I Sold by uiilliurUraUoolernouly NrOR SALE QV James M Richardson Co General Agents Hlaolrlo BMjj OLKVKLAND 0 Jw Dean Contractor for Brick nnd Steno Work Litno nnd Comout for sale Gho him n call when needing anything in his lino JACKSQNI Ky c r j A I IA t- FOIItIlPlIICIlAUOPAPIIa GOOD GUIDE 1 IHialnKil 40 p zS STCVRNS BOOK Tkll BUokl 5 rnJr itfcreKe ikKtltwt ill KKl ccvplMt Mul iwlxl fRUIFrom tb STKV NAMa rlBeoftt bof hoo ct tatli ht rta rjrSitKMUfcMrl lftkf t4I i ka 1 4o tkM Ui 5gksimisdiecsltUC U ilgUly Biliul- MdSTEVENS dId FIIVnARal3 n toU t za2 iponlif ronU tad ktfdwut ittitn Ak then k4iM LQ fetllir It Doat b nitof llhloneUillfXIiislMruixl T1ocIIac1 Slewtf AmiUtOUAKANTKSD FOil QUALITYStbtuta you to Us fun la tptclfy UK OM- koacmlUuJ 5ooJ t K ittupt tat Stenu Daok led R5i faint r J STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO PO3ox4091S tChlcopae Fall Mass U S A 1I C IWlle1R bgd1U I f 11ROLLER I by buying thIs reliable hon eat Imighi grade sew fItlag machine 4 ifSTRONGESTGUARANTEEU I National Sewing Machine Co JBELV1DERH ILLINOIS Wh1ttiSI1Si1CiOF TUB WORLDS FAIR I And How To See It At THe Least Kxpenso i rt4 ITli IleiidfrKnn Itniile lice gotten up anti is turn nuVriug for free distribution II very eoiiiphlH anti valuable book let descriptive of what Is inilda and what I outside of thu World 8 Fair and lion logif itat tho least expense The booklet contniiis information such lIllIe thut nil prospecttlvevisl tore to 81 IiuiU ilioiild have a copy if fJ IjIMow in reach thin Knir Grounds upon r Arrival in Si iouis how to get around MsIerhum froiinds to the lu st ndvanlnge the in on i yitioiiiiejil ilz1 for touring the t t I AIni nr vnlunbte pointers regnitling a trill of J this nature are only some of the ninny polnU covered In this conipletn book ffflet it Is Bninething you should have be pliiiiiiiiiR your Worlds Fair trip and 5 1 cun td obtained by ndpregiing Mr i a iiJ Irwin General Passenger Agent Ji J Henderson lionte Louisville Ky r i9S t IL Y Heart v I5i our J li a ttdMay Be Weak One jS Person in Four HasI a Weak Heart Ono of the surest signs of a weak J heart M shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump theSblood fast enough to your tunes ISoma of Iho other qymptoms of Heart are Pains In the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankle Cold Feet or Jlandi I No one can afford to allow a weak thfart to go without medicine because I sriak heart means poor circulation and fpoor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc iofIf tlurvoro you suspect heart troubleSbegin ifMng Dr Miles New Heart Cure The HeM Cure will do you good as It tsca splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and win revitalize your entire system It j Finally remember Dr Miles New is Heart Cure Is sold under a guarantee f that the first bottle will do you good If It doesnt your money back fI was nnilcted with heart trouble for Ithrlo years I would ho apparently alt Iright anti without a moments warning N would rail all though shot The attacks were frequent hid a terrible dread pos lir messed me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would bo attacked and whether I would survive them 1 consulted ard was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of the state Not re this source I began taking Dr Miles New Heart Cure and to Improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I have not had an attack for five yearsMRI3JOHN DKESBACK Lelpsmc O f 4 I FREE Write to UA for Free Trial Iackage of Dr Miles Anti ttorSpecialist will diagnose your tell jOU that 14 wrong auld how to right It Frefl PR mLEnt MEDICAl CO IUIOIUTORIEiI paLutT LND I = = oI to 5 i i r Lr J 3 4 tfft r 1 j THEI3ItEALrllrrNrs TS 1 = J WISE H A niNS Editor Ieoq r t ITrltlny Nov llih 1004 J j PROFESSIONAL CARDS = =J WISE HAG INS t trATTOHNEYArLA W JACeoN KENrCIT I All business intrnsted o him r t f will leceiTe prompt and careful at tention i VIIIre t + C ROARK c I IL LAWYER KENTUOKY 3 + i practice in Breathitt and MngJffln Counllos E IuuUUtlUIJUU a ILIIU1WWiLWI11JWu1PAttnN G W 1 c i r FLKKNOR iATTON I 1 LAWYER jJACKSON KENTUCKY I t i L JOHN D WHITE ialuyprO- nce over Sank Manchester Clor Cot Kentucky Also Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg LouIiTllla Ky Will practice In Sato and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching New Era Co loads in Ovvsley or 0 V L OS Panda in Hnrinn or GOOSR Creek fir KyUpon Investitfnli v nod reportvnlneauf 1 1 ties or large UncII r of timber coil end oil lands 101ltll1i between Meslmck Monroe county and the head of Kingdom Come Iatcli Co Ky 1IIri i5252S2 1 LEETE S BEURIS CIVIL ENGINKEU3 bj AND SURVEYORS 3 3 totIn II SATISFACTION GUARANTEED mOFFlOE II tUUI JACKSON e KEKTUOKY f- crI ia ITI ==oo t Announcements itFoiSTATE HEPRESE WTAT1VK l iJo We are authorized to announce GRANT HOLLIDAY I i PN r aiI a candidate for HepresentnllTe 1 the 02d IegUlallre District anmpo of the counties of Breahitt Lea and Magpflln subject to the action of thf cpn llc n party FOIL AS3ES30It Vp n anthorired tu announce JI L 5trpngas a candidate for A E sbROFR1tItTIIITrCoUN T r uh ffor to tha action nf the Itepuhlk partslie Primary Election culled November 19th has been called off tht so called Democratic com by their arbitraryyrule h Snaking it lupo for the I ew 9crats of t county to haven 111 T part or voice in choosing their nominees for the rnrious county officers We understand that the oommittea protended to give ct I tificate of honiination for the s opinionnull and void and ought not to recognized bj the democrats Breathitt county nor do we be lieve they will bet We nnder tnnd that democracy means that tho people shall have a pay in the matter of the A electi r of tholr ofiicew but they have h no sty iu this matter The coin mittee failed to advertise tho cull for the primary according to 1 which requires that the eotuinit shall give public notice of the calling of the primary election by posting notices thereofon the Court house door and at least twen t ty public places in the cauti This was not done No notice i wa1ipoitec1on the court Louse door l nor any other public place in the county Wo understand that this lUlU committee met behind closed doors here last Wednesday wittout any public notification to tilt candidates and proceeded to can ha officers for the primary ignoring Jhe various candidates rights to lbmlt fiats from which tlJ e- nets be selected If this iethe V4mocracJ we must confess thnt not standard brand VJ 7etake the position that no t nominations have been made a that no democrat is bound by a flucL procwfdiues We believe that i it le tBa duty o rho dowocftih of I thLs crat7 tos3cWbstsslr- U X 3i U f 4 0 4 it v together nlld nominate Beiiiocralio candidates for the various comity offices who will reflect tht will of the majority and then elect them Let us have a free ballot and a fair countETo The Democrats OP EreatJlitt ConnJyI When I announcedn3n cnnrtl dote for county Judge I fully Iw Ilieved thnt I could win tho nice As tho tithe approached forthe primary conditions developed Unit led me to believe that in the inter est of the Democratic party of nreathitt county and for the pur pose of promoting harmony vale than destroying it it was best for mo to withdraw- T am still n Democrat and dun wish to be though jis casting as persions either on tho members the county committee or updn the election officers because I would not like to question the integrity of either one of them yet we aro all aware that conditions may arise which to preserve harmony in t partymight cause men to change their personal views Tam very grateful tomy frinnda for their assurances of niipporf which they gave me and asun them that it was only after the most careful consideration of nil the conditions that I withdraw nRttpectfally S 8 TADIBEK TO THE 01IBreathitt County Having announced myself a candidate for the oftitio of Super tendent of schools of this County feel that it ifl a duty that 1 owe to my friends to tell them why 1 am no longer a candidate 1 ear pushed tho race till I plainly saw that I could not have a fair sit in the primary Theo it was that F together with other candidates decide to quit for the present rhumI satime do what we our County P nlt mbar 1aUl still a Democrat and as such not wish to cast any reflection fly1iair Ullnu person Wl common hog cerise can pee that tho flo call toerl primary was ao nearlya one sided affair that onlJBfew Lad any glfurall as commenced with clean hands purposesgmy esIcourugement so er ed and trusting that I may yet serve them I lon remainInrGREEN I Thef I DEMOCRATS And Peoplej01 rrounfyradYOU are hereby notified th 1 repudiate denounce and tern awstrafe against and refuse to to beteren s honMtly offered as a Democratic Primary to nominate candidate for tLc varioiTScoitnty olHtrea for the following reasons and rtI Because the call was cut leading in that it was not accord j lngtcJaw there being no antic e I orlandates could register and have their uumes placed on the ballots t lust requires the candidates toreg islet at least fifteen days beforeR election which made Novetii insteadItofof r to A CAllijolionn o fury Said Gallahan and Allen did not nettccordiag to thJ call for r i tho J1i Po3e ofre ivlug tLeun + s of the candidates or tho fees pro scribed till November 5th 1104 laud they did then refuse to receive or record the nutrias of candidates Primarylection of money required by said call I am reliably informed hint Cfilla j hau could not bo found by various j nogi81urhefore of November 4th until after mid toIlioTicket After midnight Mr Call clan sent a II1cMengrto Thomas Hudi ou informing him that his was sure I jointly petitioned with several can didates and others wilt had sought registration the committee to set Mule the call for November the 1U 1904 nnd mil another according ThisIillegalofMy hopes for filial indications ofof fnirncKS and justice had not nil vanished until it came to the sell tion of election uflicont The law which was read nnd placed in the hands of the Committee provides that each candidate shall present a list of names in each precinct to 1ethe committee and Unit the officers litsIas nearly equally divided as possible as to Judtfis Clerks and Sheriffs among the various candidates but for fear I had selected honest up rittht citizens that would do ins lice to nil Isuns given only one officer of my choice in utmost ev cry precinct nnd him placed where he could be of the least service to me This election mcnns more than money or honor to some of the candidates thnt nrc seeking to be elected next November nnd toI county it means all i U11Friends T could here had my name enrolled among the honored few who claim to bo the Demo I critic nominees by paying the price for recognition nmong tho renowned and sacrificing myself and honor to the longevity of the Ring freeinzfn under n blood bought banner are bought and sold by this corpora tion nnd trust like stocks on New York nnd Chicago Exchange liul the expressions that I gather from the good peoplo of Brcalliitt luteoin their deliveries for fntnresinNov ember 1U05 Tutu informed that this corporation has n 1 nid up cap itnl of 370000 deposited with andfurchairman or president coal thnt said capital is to bo increased by dangerupThey also have some nigh cuts that i they propose nnd flays declared they will work through the State I Board of Election commissioners by having a RepubliranDemocrnt elctiunito your lst r r edmeat you decide that I have been unwise ungrateful dishonest or disloyal by refusing to accept or recognize this fallacious scheme turn your backs upon me and point me to the public with the finger of scorn If to the contrary you de thlIcers that will give to allan eco nomical honest trod faithful ad ministration of tho countys affairs cliquehaveordeal reminds mo very muchof the fnblof the Spider und th- eFiyexcept in this the fly comes back again This is its mural Unto nn evil counselor Ill close h eyeAnd on from these andItokodate Superintendent of Schools subject to the will and notion of my friends nnd the good people of urcnthitt county at the November election IiOfl under whatever de vivo they may advise andeciam yoursA Thu Coristiuns Delineator The December DKUKEITOR with Us mewnRa of good sheer and helpfulness will lie WBlcomed In every hom The fnslilon pages are iiniiiunlly ulrnotlvp Invhn way con dtructlon d1u lug the busy festive sea n pleasure Itiitnait of a inkandthe lltorury and ptetottnl features arts rare excellence neloctlon of Love Sonca from the AVajjner Operas ron jdertd Into English hr Uichnd do Qalll colln prominent place and H chapter in the Composers Seriui relating the Ko mnnce of Wngner and Coilma Is nt in saiuptmvnie the IjrJci A very cli vffimiDr entitled ThN t1lfliOirnlPentfIlepnhfl daanilh some lIulqUA pdsFes nt ljnatilnt nneI nliil life iefaun nn iinnslned contilbtr tor wlio Uitnli IsltllilSSmith Hubert Grnnt Alicti Mnrr Sle vnrt Cutting arid Klliult peaks nod inch nrIJrlj writers II Julia M Rritder i Bantu mid Qrnort MIIcOr all hold thft atlHitllon nf file Many Gliristhm 1I itKKe lioiiK hru jjlyii In NecMllnvrnrk And thn Cookery tint+ i nre redolent of the ken II ltdl lon tltetP RIN tlmTegufnr dPM tmerits of the raiijitzliie with mnnj 6Ji 1 dial nrtmlcs on toplu rnlntlng 1iit1t nns Interests within ntidavlifioul Ib- home r I MOSES MILL 1 Drawn olosi to the full lUosei iFbtrr in U ftnnih It was moslty nil built by Jill own nlmhio hnndfi 1i halmMakeLOUR even before hIll imrchrtRid the silo Aid had pond red tr over iiihny tiin rF In Ills wind i1 And often thought jiijthow It would Blind Moro than once had bfgutlirtj kin II of a say Phan would IeareuIT uhe fork nnill would decny lil would cut dUt1J hiirepn v M laysUntil7 Wilt Hut At IHSI when hljtioysiirevr auntn and could hew y Tun work At his mlllhe Ihoiight hr renew lIP Now hays Mii9e tad 111nmin in mind v A until hint molten hiiilf it iiirvly nl Ifgrfnd v And the first thing to do to pill 1 It theWheel JThen With same gout rtwU ftoinnto nine iliiti meal nThey went lutiitsfrvvorktWitli eiiflrg mid vim Thpy ptilii alLlip undrhttd lr in tri Phet when all wtitI tie borv ttaiIfiMn e felt He only licked one lliintf nnd th woe ft beU It soon van eecured which gave prncr- no his mind And now ha rrna ready for his ntiR- lbis to Rrln j The pcuide clime in ench man till hr 3pck Aud such menl that evening viht fill ttik buck You mayanjkuttyour biscuits jnui crllCkilrllhf c k But gITtiiiitirn bregdthxt Jlpe niImnkiiA It Is good withoijt soda or el nt till nlllrI I Long live njo+pg mill down clnitt the fall MOOCFK I III I Do you work day In and day out for small I wages and with little hopo of vancement We adIhelp you leave ranks of the poorly 1I111tIman and become the wellpaid rat t ff Thousands have already doubled or largely IncreasedI their salaries by following our I plan We can help you qualify at home In spare time and at small expense for any of the fot lowing positions Mechanical Elutrlsl Steint ClylII or Mining Engineer Electrlclin Sur veyor DnftiaiD OrnintatiiDetlgoer Arebltjctj Chemist Bookkeeper j Stea ojrapker Tnchtr ShowCird WrIUr Window Drtiter or AJ Wrltir Writ TODAYtUnlt irbtcb josl thou luUrxt you to- INTERNATIONAL Correspondence Schools t Box 199 SCRANTON PA OB uu OK ova twu iirgtuiiAitTii i t It 11 RAI ROAD1ABLEsy LOOL fun TABLE t Eiutlvt oat USth tau East BOUIM No 1 Nfl L dilly Gnr aFiiadr Ex 9uaJr PAl AM IV Lexington 225 7aVlnnheMer 810 8 25 OIyOry aBfl- l 93 tn 400 928 Natural Brldgit 485 964 Torrent 440 fOM Realtyvllla Jim 611 1029 0 A K Juno all 1126 VrJnakfOn 016 IMoJ West hound No NO1- Dall Dtly Ex Sunday Ex 5uady AM PVtAr Lexington 1010 J05r Wirieheito 9 23 fi20 Cley City 837 4SB Stanton 82 480I Natural Bridge 801 40t- t Torrent 747 847 j BeattyTllle Jun 7M 826 OAKJunotlonaSfl 280 Jaokson a6 225 I NOJ aanll40 mifce cloct conaectfof Cannni City and pointy on Ohio IIor Sunday Oalhray DUUp daily rr j I and 2 connect al L d E Jnno ion with ChPinpeaka t Ohio forMt tprlirlc and local points Trcfni Nell 1 A connect at Bratty rllle Junction with IA A ror Butt IItllit JtR 1IR OtnrfR a 1RAF SOOTT 0 P A O K RY Kftecttre May 22nd IBM 1 I East Bound 1Ves Bound I STATIONS KM AR PM AH All IV IM Lb- a 130 235 Jaokwin ll20 Bib itat80 152 Hampton alas 411A 7M 128 LPe OilS l22 titan 741 132 HclMmwa 1228 filP lab 1OS Cannel City 12M5 tit131 iv ill IT rw jtiru AR I onnctlIleave Lexington at 740 am I 111l1IIngtonnt flOS ML CoNitr 8iii I Louisville Atlantic Ry In riitnt July 16th 1004 No No 6 Arrhc I nr UII615 H k K Jackiion R21- 1il Kfattjvllli Jat 7 00 4 roo IW UrtU 715 430 Iieidelhnrg S02 813 Irvine 020 215 Richmond 1020 21I00 P M Irvine 2 3S M HIM RIO Richmond 345 COO 11 24 140 Valley View 4 15 0 Bit Ort 7 in XlcholniTilin i 43 6 M 10 15 631 VnrwIllM flOfi 7W 1740 850faul4Tilli 8 15 1040 Lr Lv Ar Ar R Smtlh 0 KV 1A- Yernallleii IIn Ky 0IiI RoundTrip Kyrn ST LOUISj iAND RETURN VI V j SOUTHERN RY lunilnys Monday Tui Ujii Vilnt dnV1I and Tnarrpsys 111I4 1004 the SOIirilKRN RIfWAV Alit fell OiiAch Kxciirslnn tirketn oi unduy Mnndnjfi Tne UjT Wwl npdnj and Tluiralays from hexing ton to t Louis and rntnrn at rah- of f8 70 dugfrnnlpr to lib limited later than December Slid JOOI For Father ininnimtlnn writs call on AguI P W CHEWS Tiny rMMenjjer 89 B limn flirexingtoti Ky California an Horse liaising state I have not thn lean hesitation In claiming that were this ThlflrltlnreheJ there might he found section eifurpimp it in ai much RI there 4acepetted Jn every particular nothing In fuel being lacking for the production of the very highe4 type onccnieeJur- eph 0lrn Simpson In Stuiv t Magn 1 e 1r 4i k fI n t a AT95 I V DAY BRQSY =GtMPAY 4- Wholesale and i Retail 1 J nt j have the most con 1ffIt a GNERAL I 7toMERCHANDISE y a tij fir Ever brought to Jackson Oopsistmk rT w 1 t i of d l Ii tJfJV IDitf S oodSt o t r It r J NIt1 r t Silt I rJIDtJf rw 1 tUUq fti HQt j r 2 too 1f 1e o J We have the Finest line of SHOES m i Eastern Kentucky Our mens shoes are iI1rof the Latest iStyle ii For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy flhllineryry r Department is under the man agement of MrsR J Fulkerson who t It canshowyou J A The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also j r FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS l Freshfrom t If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE ti J 1 Wo are the people you are looking for i i i we have it by car loads to suit o r + t J everybody i Come and see us our jIiINi4N4lJNWUlE111J11111111UU111lIlUWIFltetltlHllil111141i INRI1111NBIiJtllllfhllgly Prices Are All Rightl1hr 1IIIIIOOWUlIlIWIUUlUIIJ IIUUUUUlllUIUlI i1HIIHI1iN1111 11414N4141414 J DAY BROS tt I COMPANY s I T 1 y Jackson Kentucky i 11IIi I au I 1 tn 5 r f ib v y 1 1 r- SP t1 M tr f t The Breathitt News Pitbiliilwit Mvrrjr Friday t 11a r Local Hlld Petsonstl r i 1 S1RlIh tatay t Jt I f f- orMattisKaat IIly RruM Co C jShfllij of lIallllltollO U viUhlgthl4 brotheY K bjri Thomm 2fclhii Ia an nil home print paptu r i lKeiid both rfilw if you Want to pt all the ItlWtlI= = i 11 0 Itoblnson tlm vintfgar t and cider man returned tint t rI the week aherleing absent for akaPeveral 7honth 9 J much improved s inlie 4 i Cu11rya MrwuMnrket flt brat trr h i Nand rnretl rnet In Uck on All iitdadltyerr1lirpmptlj Ihone No 7ti I ft2if J I1f moo N1 has bought the house opposite till IiuiM riul Hotil of Ci Little and has moved ii to it c i toSD Fleinor tits aiaa h I ft1 jc A fine 8 diimame cluck f r ClBO Othrrt clock fu 3W mlRl- Kjaa LML JJ UWllMlJ J i L- Iiere C Calhoun of Rou eau 111j Winlnosday HP U prepay j leg to bund anew residence where j he now lives KOH 3AIE 100 arIe of Und che I j- iinar tamlirin on mutn Quicksand Ail litS H P PATWICK j Jerkant Ky oSquiio Green Hensley actcdi 5 rer and ugrerIM1nt trawlWhenHrM Iteed IInltIRev Daniel Mclntosh of Kous seats was here Wednesday i Just INd 1 goo Snits to I ft elurd lntr hall prica al O Krlman Cult In whll at 1 tf riiort and examine them 0t T 5 fi vYo uarantee a larger ciroulv f j tipft than publishan t- d tU in thl sectionor 4 t rf fOIt SATFrtfo jlendld rnflrh ants WinRIUgin I T aHiswHired meat A2lf f rj S Tubitt the Standard on I 1itttgnatt of Cincinnati was here I callinflr on his customers Thursday Tohn D Comott President of j T the Hazard Rank of Hazard wag I hen on business Thursday i Win Donald who has been here i during the summer buying and shipping lumber ling none to aiij home in Canada to see hiA John C Eversolo un Attorney J t of Booneville was here on busii neas T Thurs4tQI It19ft e where he has accepted a position I hl111bKentucky Lumber lis Veneer Co tor some time J J C Bach has been sick this week unable tp come to his office bnt is some better L Parrott of Robbins was here from Sunday till Tuesday vis itftff hisdaugljter Dace J Wise Hagins- rv ry Rev T F Arrowoo a well t known and respected citizen oCI Catiaewoe here Tuesday on i I t-a nass He called at the News sane turn while here andsubscribed j for the coming year i A H Patton has moved into his new residence on tho Heights j R L Deaton was divorced from j + Kstie Deaton at the October term lor court This is the second time I j Mr Deaton has been divorced IJ po Wanted i VA good farming man wanted I stave the James Cope farm on the Cope Fork of Frozen Creek for 4 I ret the coming year on the shar 1 e to be cultivated in corn oats v hand wheat and about 18 acres In grass and clover to be mowedon I tw the shares Any good farming man can call on me at my home examine aId get terms t 1 PAnitorr 4SS 53t Robbins Ky j t Oeorge Wilson nnlored tnttanrly killed At Camp ChrbtpiaaI tJ i A fir hhu1AaLaithti 3ii UQ a white J nltInghl iLync Tlie auie of this 1 lli as Wit g IOs rl cmi4 notbs theta t t- I c i lllMJifllhtr pnulnna TUrkrytniL- Thetitrkey boinjja native Ather OldIprior to 6 i Mqxican species the only domesticated varietywas imimrtfid Once i arrived in Portia the scholars be YIn unalyzinff the dialect and soon declared it to bU very good imi tntion of the Persian language crude it is true but still Persian in character These scholars were even so early in advance of Pro fassor Garner of African fume who declared the monkey tribe to have 11 language of its very own The Persians recognized new dialect of the Persian and without furth er delay accepted the winged crea tutee as a brunch of their family tree Who s eaks of nny family tree but in utixeilmetaphors 1 Did zany I nei of wen ever urow on n Itree l But tho native Oocoocoo tgrew on trees real fatuity trees as muny us the branches would hold lined up liternllyspeakinR at duel little birds in their first pin dorm or pinfeather intermed fates and grandparents with much ado until a tree looked an animat ed specie voicing Its sentiments into the evening airuGobhl tfoble gobblel Elizabeth Grin nell in Sunvt Magazine for No amber LosttA light Imy horsy shout 14 hinds high a stir in his forehead foretop ermippeinnd a regular pa car Was purchased in Wolfe Bounty by Babe lull A suitable reward will be paid to 4110 tinder by B F CAMi BKiir 1iIar Ky Till national election of last Tues day was the greatest landslide inI the history of the country the Republicans gaining a sweeping vieI tory the magnitude of which was ustoundingtoeven th6 victorsthern selves Roosevelt carried cvcp doubtful State and broke ranks of the solid South Missouri giving a Republican majority not ito mention Maryland West Vir gintH Indiana New York Illinois nUll every State heretofore consid ered doubtfulall having gone over whelmingly Republican Pennsylvania lends as the banner Republi can State with the astounding phrI rality of 48fOIJ0ILocal Democrats find n gleam of consolation in the ohi time Demo cratic majority recorded in rst1I lit county Tho official returns of nrcmlutt county show that Parker received 1537 votes Hoosn1th 629 F A Hopkins 1f1JII T n nlakcy 357 Sunsft Magnrlne Fur Nornilipr ilit Snnift MtRaiiiiB fry NnrllnI IIntheta Isis rant amnunt nt tmlh IIIi and itilfrpsiiiig trailing 11111I irr relating to the Pacifiio Con fromI JntUh Columbia in Lower California Among innh rtole may bn mentioned An Undiscovered Ctlj Vlclorln nU by Hcihert Ouihbfrt Rennof the Silver Sum hy Clay Palpr Homes of PatadpiiM ny ilcrilm H Smith nnd Abont Rata Gililnriiin by 0 C KllUon SUKCT In steadily mitlntalnlnK Us Mundaid m the great inftKRilne of this Vrxt Cnllfortiln The Land of Resorts CulitiirnU U essentially a cnuiilry trllh an illlhe yea rotind mitlng p- aIon ItA sniomnr and wlntcr report UmlUd huh p liy its 1m U Ill irlpR of theta are nlilely known nnd advprthMl while othlluanJ thnse not the lUll among this attracttrnire known and loved only by n favored few Carrie SIn 11sltar in Sunset Msgatlte torNovember Tames Smith was shot and kill ed at his home on Spring Fork about 2ii miles from here last Sunday njght Alex Jackson and Robert Neely had been appointed special Bailiffs to execute a peace warrant on Smith While attempting to exe cute same Smith was shot and instantly killed He was about 70 yrs old and leaves a wife and five chil dren Ho had moved from county about two years ago KnottI TacS9 and reels are custody awaiting trial I OhrlILIinC1ent1 li Fonlaectjlaconnectiona a s + ry Irimt Prnlet It IMOlhllfl everywhere praUe One Mil life ugh Cure fur lliKnitflVrinn it ha relieved nnd thfillrrinf ihetrllttlnnnps II has iNVed A vitnlil cure for roiifiln nrniiinml uhdonlns cough A t Spif foid roatmnwr nf ChnMer Mien sagas Our liiiti girl terra unronscliui frnm 111111111111111110 luiliifj n sildilfn nnd inrrililu uitankiif croup Ont Min IIH Cough Currf qulnkly rfllpveil nnd curd her itnd I unnnnt prnlSH it mo hlRhly Oil Minuie Hood Cure rc Ifevritiit IA tun is hlhlnlt 1l1liI oiilt nut plilfHiu ilrnus out Inflninma cuughandM S Oifllu rEIIII Ky r StinVKVOHS- Messrs John Conley I Brown and CliarleMCope here formed H partnership in surveying with headquarters at Jnckson The ad of this new linn will be found in another column of this issue The member of this linn ore young men of nullity nod thoso having any business in their line will tlo well to consult them as they will be found prompt arid efficient lVlM FOR SAM 100 worst 2 mill tooth pf IiulUn Fields hrovTivs A put of the Indian GU Fields A houe with 7 room ciittrn nt the door with oil the other necpj ry with buildings one ntocl hart one tohaenx barn itnclent to hot 4 acres of tnlmcnoCliurchm and TIIIIJooIcall on or llltrMi me M Indiun FleliU- O ET W AIMS List OnO JC train on Friday Oct 28thn purse containing II LoutI 2VOO in money mind 170 illI Days chips A suitable reward will be paid to the tinder LrIlImA 1 IjAWSON Frozen Ky Thousand CurtD NVlttn Witch lliu l Salve haA cured thousand c I care of P1lrn II hun hc a hlxjIC DiUiit Witnli llnzel Sake on this rrrnmrnendsitton nf ou- rtirnlrglstsit writes C H FaOruir of ATftlU T 9t till 111 ed It fur n stub Iwrn c4 hf Piles Ii o IfPIt mp permit gently Sold hy M S Onus Jackson Ky l1SBH Commissioners Sale Brent hitt Circuit Cotirt A L Hagins Pill EnuilyMollioBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Circuit Court made and entered in the regulnlOclolxiof JfVJOO with interest at the rate ofsia ler tint per annum from the 14th day of April 1004 until paid and 12W costs therein ex landed I shall proceed to offer for sale ut the Court House door in Jackson lireuthitt county Kentucky on MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 1JK4 regular itt co Court between the hours 12 oclock inl anti 2 oclock p in proparty county Kentucky on the waters Creeku tributar of Quicksandand boundedand dt scribedas follows Beginning at a white walnut markedstanding on the haul of Branch about iso yards from where it empties into main Wolf Creekand corner tree between PollyanHogston Branch us it meanders to the mputh of the Hollow at a Lynn marked thence lip the point above said hollow to the top of the ridge PullyanHoand down the point with said Pol pinet11ncetween Apperson Lovely and Pol lyan Hogston to the begnining It being her one undivided interest Hogstondeceased about six years old and one calf or so much thereof as will be nee namedjudgmentsale Said property will be sold at public auction to the highest nnd n credit of six months andthe purchaser will be- repuiredto give bond for the pur chase money with approved security bearing interest from date of and having the force and effect of a replevin bondand a lien bondsforchase price anti interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms of Debts 5200 182Costscommissioners costs 760 cost of printing 800 Total 8222JM C B C C r S I f A Ilvnvy Load IB lift that load off the nomoch tike- s KiKliil lypesin Cure U diffsM ivhu you rattSnui diomnnh belching Ran nn gtniiiftcti and all ilttnntam of the inntantlrLrrllrveduse of Kodol hgAprpaix Oiirri S r Slurry a ilrnunUt nt 971fnin Si Krai lirllnlii unnayae Kinlol Dtapia- ta01111IIgivhig moll unlveuiil Ant II nfncliuii end is iioBirely hecoinfi g ilm hlvp rnirtiuidruhArgn ni cure for liN illMrcmiiicillinenf 1 tell that r sill Lnreanrr1osgiisfq nnd gratlfi my cA tnmer Itr rpcoomme tiding It In them I write thin to how lusty well rm MjnpUy III polpn of hire Kodoi Dyi if pnn Ours rft dlfl vewl after year of uUenilila experiment nnd will uiAlilve rare nil ilomnch ironblfii Sold by M 8 Cniiii JHckooit Ky A load UUlIIIxlnn Sparkling eye Hnd cheeks re strrpd by using rWitl4 Little Early Hlner RO writes a I Stooieof Nn engdnnliPN Ter Ant stain cure for hillhisAneAA con lIallnn etc Smell pill past to takeeMg to not Sold by M S OKAIN Jncknon Ky 2SiC5i52S25iSdfi Sc i51l JON LEY BROWN A COPE EEISm I111i Eta AND SlTiyEYOi9 jI mLocal Surveying specialty r K ft Phone 39 office in the old m0IS0Nj HiItsI MASTE- RCommisftionors Sale Breutliitt Citctlit Court Louana Row Anpclitift Elly uhd James D Graham by his Guardian G W Fleenor VEifuity L Ha ins S Deft J By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Bnathitt Circuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its regular October term 1004 Cl r the sum of 52320 with interest at the rate of six per cent ix r unonm from the 2Cth day of Tune 1892 unti paid and 3280 costs therein ex pended subject to creditsof 5175 00 I Shall proceed to offer for sale at thh Court house door in Tack son Breathitt county Kentucky onMONDAY NOVEMBER 28111- MIt being the first day of the regu lar November term of the Breath itt County Court between tits hours of 12 oclock in and 2 o clock p m the following describ ed real property lying and being in Breathitt county Kentucky on Main Quicksand Creek and bounded anti described as follows Bounded on the north by the lands of D B Hagins and B M Hnginrt nnd bounded on tho south bj the land of D B Hagins and on the west by the lands of B M Hagins and being u part of tho Daniel Hagins farm and the same farm where the Defendant has liv edand occupied for several years previous to 1902 and being the same lund now occupied hy him or so much thereof as will be nec essary to satisfy the above named judgment interest and costs of this sale Said property will he sold at Public Auction to the highest and besfbldder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the pur chase money with approved security bearing interest from the date of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond ands lien will be reserved in said bonds for the full payment of the purchase price and interest JJidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Account of Debts S34S2G Interest to day of sale 25949 Costs of suit S3280 Commissioners costs S 750 The whole amount to be made by this sale is SG5B0- 5J TV CARDWELL Al C B CC TIES WANTED 10COO Tien on ri rpr shove shin plucr For particular cull on or address met FaeksonKy 2tf M S CRAM BO YEAR- EXPERIENCe TRADE MARKS OCIISNt- CopvmaKTB Ac Aa7oa seaaa I states u4 scrtDUoa tlour IturI oaDDnIriI hit UkIl1 hoMucittn1 ealta- noa lrtttort oteta to tie SdtIOllC JImalaUD4Iomal e m 1 LtIrnd owl 7rm- t II I dNIAII i Wedding Presentst EOR THE FL SEASON WK ARE DISPLAVINO Afany now article + in SOLED SIL VKR TUT GLASS CLOOkS and ART coons 1847 Rogers Table- Ware Handsome Articles at 100 and up- HaINTZ Je a EAST MAIN STREET OPPOSITE the Pi1OENIX LEXJNGTON KY PRICES FOR LOWERQulUjr wailAmJ tku uj tlM Needles Oil Repair Pea ALL MAKES AT SINGER STORE Addles for ill makes of inachimd 5c per package South east corner Main aiid Brdadway Tankaon Ivy THE BREAD MAKER has no fenrs of the result when taint Mansfields Flout IA white Bid has the hatuiM lixir 011 lUvnr i f the wheat harry Alnkpf truer whiter lnnit it r trend than von Imtrp peen iisliij tiecaue it to mlllitl friuit tin beet tvlieii nml milt + d ii the right vvnynn thp teat qniippd roller Hour mill In Kentucky PI n 2iHtHnrk nf BK3T PATENT n MOUXTMX IIIlY talk to yqn it tvil ill niiiv ciinvincinK than n hllf1- llIliif Ask roar Rrllcpr for it R 0 MANSPIELD SON RO3SLYN KY Free Reclining chair Gars Pullman Observation Parlor cars Dining curs and Sleepers ON THE rOlUIA- RHenderson Route RETWEEN u Louisville St Loliis the West told SOUTHWest IF YOU WANTTO TUAVKLONTIIE SOLID COMFORt LINE OET rim IIENDEUSON ROUTE HABIT 1TaA noon HABIT TO ACQUIRE 1MK THE AGENT FOR TillS ItOUT nm WREN PUUOUASINO YOUR TICKETSI flan I OAKRETT are PUIAltl Agt Tray Pttituytt Aft olluvltio Ky Wanted Ripe cane tops Will lay 8200 par wagon load Corn oats and cabbage taken on Subscriptions to the News Call at tbia emcee w tb t WATCHESClocks Silverwares Silver Novoltise CIT GLASS and all kinds of first claw jewelry and optical goods Call when in Jackson- S D FLEENOR JETTZIZS LSD OPTICIAN I I Combination OtTer QuhIltn furnUh ynii two papers for a little more than the price nf one Ve cnn eve yon money on any paper you rush Nt take IYn will furnish you THE imEATIIITT COUNTY NEWS and ell her nf the following COllrIPlrollrnalILouisville Herald Chicago InterOcfan Cincinnati iitirer Lexington Leader UnTie and Farm or New York TribuneFarmer One Year For Only 9125 one should be without A paper buy two of this best in the country for in little runner For Staple nnd Fancy Groceries at iwe t prices call on Crawford k Oteeoh or phone 38 A entlt fled customer in the best nd fprtjwment Our cnitnmeri advertise us- A P CAAKrORD A Go r LOW RAtESf T- OLouisiana I Purchas- eEXPOITK1V r WORLDS FAIR 1 St Louis Mo ROUND TRIP Season Tickets jo now on sale daily front Illimitedy Sixty day on sale J 81785 Fifteen day tickets on sale duily 1545 i l For further lufonnbtidn apply 1 to E A Ilorubjook Agent e JACKSON KypI Coal ami Timber and Wnnteii S t J Utinlfd on hundred thnpat cortl null timber IniuU tn Eastern VI CapllallIC E duuii Lexington i t t 7 1t2LI1t3 VAIH 5tOBT L r 1- raj4 87o f r J RUNDTRIP LEXINGTON T QVWORLDS FAIRV T LOUIS MO q Vi- aSouthern t 1 Railway Ticketa on sale July 19th 21 20 and 28th r dJ NO CHANGE OF CARS between Lexington and St Louisas 1t For further information Y Write or calfon T Orewa ITrae1ing Passenger Agontj 80 East Main St V- Si v dI sin6tonr 11r 1 foo I o- Q iiiII fi II 2 s Ladies lule Shoes o r I No Cut of Vamps in I i j- CourtneysO kOR SALE BY- O Shoes j11t c APCRA FODC0V Here We Are The Celebrated i HANAN SHOEThe Best on Earth i pB ICE0O RHlSl I j I For Sale By rJ DAY BROS CO r 11 J- J woksoi leQttJoly J f r 1 = r r TT- i 4 q ioI Ii n iBy4 t I by I I 1i 7 k I f WILL N l hI 1 Substitute JPiII Coprritbl 1903 HARPER BROTHERS II LCOLwiD1 li91UPTER XXXIII II HE next morning George moth I IT returned to Dnrlcjr tutu came directly from the stutiou to IllsI room As she entered he nt her In surprise for she wuu Jresse In black even to her tmnbounet Mother he asked wonderingly wbnt has happened She did not answer for a nloineul y but sat down near bis beLl and folde 1 her bonnet In her lap When I heard how you was liur nn told up she said presently I wrlLI Mr JHIIyer not to let you know yore pa lIe was n sight wuss whet 1 got to 1m an they didnt set no chance fer Inv to live lIes deatl George yore pore pan dead nn burled All his trouble la over lies In I Gods charge now They were both silent for a moment then Buckley said comfortingly Well you must not grieve over It too much mother After nil It may be better lIa I it is 7 Thats so George she an wered but Siybeart aches fer Mm He wash1 treated right my boy It turned ul Jest like I thought It mouglit fhl doctors up thursald his crlmualct all come front that old hurt In hi i head After his death they made nil uxnnilnatlon They found at a splin ter o the skull had been worUIn Intc his brain all them years since his tall oCTn the wagon It filially formed ti abscess that killed 1m Oh the doe tors raised a big fuss about Ith The told me yore pa haLl been treateJ wussn a dog They said what be done In violation 0 the law was caused bj the hurt In his head an that hed uev or a touched a thing that wasnt his but fer that an when I told em how I honorable all yore pas folks had al ways beeri nway back as fur as OilI body could truce nn how hard you was gtrlvln to live the disgrace down they nil got together an writ an sign ed n paper Mr Hlllyers got itteitl trill under oath that yore pa wasnt naturally a dishonest ulan They say Georgeun Mr Hlllyer says hell put It through right nway that they itre- agoin to git the legislature to eihon 1orateyore pn Moore was in the warehouse1 as I come by talkln to Mr HUlyer an he conic out an tuck me by the hand nn says he Mrs Buckley me n them twelve tacit made a awful mistake An says he of n case like that hail come up In a community whar doctor nn lawyers was up to the latest notel I In new discoveries a pica of insanity would V been matte an sustained Hut says he the twelve Jurors rill sign a paper with me an yore bus bands name will be cleared Oh George It mighty nigh breaks my heart I lowed nil them years thai I ryore pa was Jest mean an stubborn nuI had old Sick in 1m while the truth f was he couldnt help hlssef Its goln to be In all the newspapers tomorrow Are you glad to hear it Georgei More than anything was the replj In a low husky tone- I haint through yet went on the old woman Wiping her eyes hwy t all read Mr Hlllyera letter to me about bow you refused the combination tt the Safe preferrln to die ruther that I 4 give In because you wanted to show 11theworld you was honest an hbw you was shot down an lay boverln betwixt this life an the next nn I ever sect a set o nun more anxious to be kind tc- u AVPinan In afflictIon They got the Idea we was needy ant started in to collect a lot o money but I slopped em I told em you wouldnt like that Xo I wouldnt said George bul I am glad thly wonted to do ItIWhen I got to yore pa fur gone to know me went on Mrs Buckley 1 Jest wish he had I was so sorry fer him When I seed how thin an wasted he waswlth the prints 01 his pore ankles whar She broke down and began to sob George Buckley sat up more erectly r Its the way God Providence or what ever it Is that rules over all has ol managing mutters he said his eyes flashing rebelllously and for my part Im llred trying to do right Whats the ule1 WJiy should that poor man fall from wagon while honestly en deavoring to earn a living for his ram thy timid through that accident Iud his life in a prison 1 flints lila fate while such men tut Teltare Dont dont George The old Woman dried her eyes It may all seem wrong but It haint It haint My faith In my heavenly father is brighter ah It ever was I dont know exactly what it ud be ter but I feel like drappfn on niy knees an thaukln I liu at this minute My heart Is full I f 0 sadness of a certain sort but thurs another feelln that I cant describe I As I was comln on lu tile rain I gut 4toItuaglnln ueein yore pore pa up in Ven whar I knowbe Is an the tan cy struck hie that our Saviour belt the highest place up thar beeaso he Hut fered the most to help others along an Ithenthe thought rome that mcybo up- 7i with ther keen spiritual eyes the angels had seed all the good thats growed out pl yore pas uufferln an was glvlnim credit fer his lIfe down here Thar no tellln what the good may be Yore pas trouble is at the bottom of all Mr Hlllyers done far you all the kindness o them men at t the prisOn an the sympathy thats floodln tilLS town right now becase one man was so wrongly Judged Why George it Tnoy make the courts more careful Ini the future It may make 1 doctors study diseases better un it will make some folks ashamed ter t1 fer ever Mieerlu at the brave son o I such a man George timers one heart in this teill thats flowln over wit- hjoret1 UiCiiews lies reached her k Do yonfthluk so mother Oh IIt George I know U Id EIeathI1M ta see Uet Iace srUsn t 4 o I Author Abner Dn ieltoLand of the I North Walk Mystery Etc i OIl Its told to or She s led by tbcftrfolks o hern to some extent but below all that shes Jest a good sttjiuc snfferiu woman George mode no were both silent for several minutes then Mrs Buckley rose to leave I want to go out home slie said lIt wjll bo sad too lookfa ropnd the old place whar he used to be Now hes gQne I dont seem to remember anything but tile good sweet timings he used to I do an say before his nUllctlou burieiUup thar George but after 1ieJ vindicated well bring him down hero I an put Im away whar he belongsI nT n xxx t I 1m HARBEN 0I Thet ChnjngSun answerJoolfliej IOnUK next morning at breaktllslI while HUlyer sat I coffee Ills wife stood near liN chair Its time 1 played aiy last card she was saying 1 tell you thurs 1I0UllI mistake I dont believe Lydia i don would let that pore boy lie up stairs uu suffer without one word troUl her at nech a time a tluie when till whole town an county Is htalkl about hits manliness an bravery 1111 the wrong done his daddy That balllt like u woman one bit Not one worn 1111 ten thousand would stay quiet It u time without sonic strong son rlII Weil what are you goln to do nbontI It the merchant naked Do Why Ive got my case all In 81111 1wlght 1otYou say you are Yes 1 am 1 know human natur nn Im not afeard to risk my Jud milit Im agoin to take that let to George writ to you the night he wus shot oh yvs I am you neednt raise a kick about that It is admitted an ev deuce an strong evidence at that Then Im agoln to tell em what me you have agreed on That Is my trump card Itll knock out anything the hold i now you see ef It dout Iu goln to give them atalklu to that tile rightIon a rotten log shell have the satlsfac ton 0 knowlu that thuVs ono woiuai In the land that knows whar shes drl or ducks Hlllyer rose with a smile Well maybe you kin sorter bring em to thlr senses all I say go it I lost con t ll 0 myself tuthir they nil give the oldI major a pleev o uiy mind air h- imought as well git tother half froii you I wish you luck Ef you fall It will be about the fust time youv missed fire since Ive kuowed you I ntkou it wont kill Mm Mrs Dngai giJys the New York doctor found 1m an sound as a dollar About 10 oclock Mrs HUlyer wen down to CranatoBa She was attire In bvr best buck slit gown And flow cril bonnet andshe walked with tf linn deoldil tr odl She was invltii by the ualdjerrant at the door Int- thfr sitting reom where Cranston Kat before an open window looking ou Into the balmy spring sunshine til- wife was near him and Iydla had ins come in with a glaa of durot pum1 and stood stirring It at his side The all greeted her pleasantly and Iydl Bccmed somewhat sun rUtd at the un Uflecttdlsltllor It occurred to fie cnilck powers of oli ervutlon that while George Buckley lay ill at till Hlllyera mind right upon the news ot his fathers death and public exqiierii- tlon a call from Mrs Hlllyer was to toy the least extraordinary So Lyil las face became rigidly expectant a- uhe Healed herself and endeavored to participate calmly in the platitude that her mother with her usual tact managed to set going tor was powerful glad to hear said Mrs Hlllyer to the major tudt Ibm New York specialist made a favorabl report ou yoro case y Yei htjifiok quite n load of worm off my mind thank you madam The major always addressed ladles 1101 madam whom he did not tipcclall like It was n way he hall of luuviin the liiiprirtslon that he might or iiigh Riot remember their lilillimS In ftln same way he frequently grtettnl Oet tain then whom he considered benghtl him socially with a vague hIoi Ito you do slri However his foriuulll of 8ieech today hind little effect on the visitor It he hall caile l her by hei given name without u prefix bhc wouli tint have i okcn what was on her nlliii any sooner Thurs no use bentln tIle tlevl around a bush folkueri she begat lightly Ive conic here this tuorulii to do my duty al see it an 1 hifjn agoln to Waste lime The good Kays do unto others as youd have then do unto you an ef I was nctltiV 8wrong as you tins are Id want folks to tell me of 110111 want em to telegrapl ef they couldnt git to me right away The Cranstons were nil staring fixedly The warm color was rising Ir LytlllllI taco Why whats wrong madam asked the umjor lu astonishment Its all about yore daughter here Rn George Buckley MM Hlllyei blurted out with firmness Them two inlnt beiu treated right It way Seoul like Im takin a lots far granted In iiicludfn tier but she dont look tprnt like n fool an any woman would be- ntool to bo adored by a man Hike dteJs by George Buckley an not want to treat 1m with common decency o Lydia started to speak ai she drew lierself up more erectly but her IlIer- Ilreclitetlll I trust you1 will pardon me mndnm- he said for frankly saying thnt thc ulilrct Imit agreeable to us Oh yore excusable said the cnll to I jyqdjohI that BBJiijou A co t1 but II wont lltrou to elf uVVn 1 facts 1 believe yore tllluthIter 01Hoto inhrry n man Icy An wliiU have you got zmglii him now Illliikp to know After neeln ullI that pitiful account In the pupcru of the wrong done lila old futher you cnyui nliiike Hint In the pore wounded bOys mice You caynt Kny lies n coward na they siTy about the lordly governor o this state You caynt ray hes a bankrupt an a spendthrift like they say about Telfare Stir you caynt ac cute George Buckley o resortiu to low political tricks to advance his Inter ests an Madamtlie major broke In raising his thin baud protestlngly I must bey you jDont becme Major Cranston liur neil on the woman Lei eyes Hashing her bosom heaving excitedly as she leaned forward her elbows ou her knee Ive come lucre to talk an I will be heard 1 wrtut Kydla to beari more than 1 do you for I believe shell act Shes been blinded that gal has or altos a unnatural woman one or tother for no woman made ou tho right plan would let things go Jst like they are agoln an never cheep a word agin It Lydlu rmIlltonsil- ettirii III the staring wondering girl did you hear about a certain letter George Buckley wrote my husband Jest before be thought he was goln to ho shot ty them robbers 1 I hearth he wrote something some Instructions to Mr Hlllyer replied time girl In nn unsteady voice something iibout what the men hud demanded hut thats nil fattier told me I lentIbeen out of the house since back from Atlanta Well le me tell you uomon went in Mrs Hlllyer Tlmr haint a wo j man today In all Americaail Im no xcctlon that knows actually knows J ilies loved enough by a man to be Ju hilt last thoughts When hips expectln very second to meet a horrible dentlh Ie got that letter In my butu I did nteml to read It to you but I wont erJts too sacred But Ill tell you tint the pore boy was bothered by Jest me thought In that awfii uiomeut hat was that time wouihn lit hived tillt vantiM to care let vaa to be left toI narry n worthless man He beggid dr Hlllyer to nx er not to do It Kf j Jeorse html a dlel that ud V bell his message from the grave I wonder fLydIa Cranston hail risen to her feet tiditotl beiulhiVtowarrt loned Speatfer tier great IIIlulltllll yes ttlstmitlel Dlddld lie write thaU Mrs Hill err she tfrietl Oh mUd he 1 Not only that replied Mrs Hill rer hut he has laid tIter In my house per since piniti fer a wont a tiles t 1 j Tinr hatnl but unt tnnn thai slmr ort to marry sage a line from the woman he loved but not a thing come I got to looktn i fer it too for I lowed Id made no mistake in olzln time wou au up an i tother day when a big bunch 0 robes couie far liu with a note 1 actually run up to his room with cut I was so glad I kuowed wlmr they growed ad like it fool I told Mm they wits from tile right source Ills pore pala face HiHlieJ all over hut when he upeiied the notu It was from somebody I elue JIb Up jest sagged down an I Jerked as he tol Jill J was mistaken III the pussou that had sent them 31I Lord I was hopplu tumid then Say what are you unx anyway that you i klu hold yoresklveM aloof from nwli a iiiiin at cech a time Kven ef you did iiitend to bulk the marriage ydu could a treated Im like a human belli stricken In uplioldlu lila honor an pro tectin the rights o other people Mrs hIIhIyev Lydia drew herself up to her full height her startled eye bearing down ou the eulllrIlo you menu to say that George Kuckley him Iuot unit a letter from me since ho was j wounded I certainly do Miss Lydia Then the girl turned to Mrs Crnn I ston taking a step toward her In lift I eagerness Mother she said fiercely you took my letters away from JUlie II saw you talking to her 1Igirl demanded sharply Did your Mrs Cranston hesitated anti then cal1IIexcited lIby the report of the shoot lug that really IIMother Lydia Interrupted her you have gOlle too tar You butt noi right under heaven to act as you did It was a crime considering his con i dition ondniy feelings Mrs 11111 yer Is Hortense at home Yes shes thnr Miss Lydia Well Im going to explain to George mind Im going now LydIa BllidlIIei shant walt one minute longer to know I how I feel and bow Ive felt nil along You have done everything on earth to make me untrue to my better self mother and nt last resorted to actual dishonesty Ill never marry the man 1 you want me tonevert With that the girl turned quickly from the room tf b Lj O tlEDJ JttlftK fKIMSIIKI- Ulicn I the Reservoir Onvo Wny 1004 lug n North C nil Inn Tovru I N C Nov 3The hre Ing of a reservoir of the munlcl waterworks located near the cente 1- of WliiHtonSalcm N C caused thlt j loss of nine lives aud the ot four or live persons The dead MrsI Martin 1eeple Mrs Vogler John Toe and 12yearolil taught Mrs Southern John Southern lI18 I Octavia Bailey Lucille Malone a11l1 Carrie Mnrtln The lust two lIBmcJ are co edIThe overflow of the reservoir and n thorough investigation will be me in order to ascertain If the negllgen of any of the employes at the siallwi was responsible for It pumpI reservoir burst without warning tile victims were drowned while In their beds Father Killed In a Scuffle Detroit Mich Nov 7 Illward Howard u patternmaker was shot and Instantly killed by his suit Ar tliur 21 while the elder man had tfe and daughter plnneiUo the ftoor fly their throats He had been drlnlI lug and had quarreled with Mrs How Bill because she would not give him more mooney The shooting It 18 claimed by the son and mother wa accidental Mrs Howard says her husband has been a heavy drink for a number of years and his habl caused them to leave their home III Manchester ngland Howard Sr lived but a few moments the bullet having entered his loin Young How ard Is under arrest Claims of Poltlcal Managers New York Nov iThere was 110 extreme acivlty about political heall quarters but the managers were alert Suit watching the close of the IUII paign with great Interest The Dem acratlc national committee Ixaued 1I statement claiming with c nOtltncei tht election of Judge Parker and nlso making assertions about tho campalj ynd of the Itcpubllcan party dial i titan Cortelyou although shown a- cop of the statement would make no omment further than to repeat the lrlRoosevlltelectoral college The Democrat laim 270 votes- President Castro Order i Washington Nov 4Mr Snyde the United States charge at Bogota abled the state department that Prom I dent Castro of Venezuela had Issue an order again clnsng to navlgatlu he rivers Zuba This stream afford ccesa tothe Interior of Colombia nUll Its closing before by president Castr Imost Involved Colombia and Vet zuela In a war The last action Is taken to mean that tile good undei I landIng which was reached betwee 1 Castro and Marrdquln nearly a earI itgo has not been preserved undor accession ot General IJeyes to thi residency of Colombia Crew Killed by Natives London Nov 4 According to Information from the Island of Perin at the entrance to the Ked sea an In estlgatlon of Massira Island made byi Ihe sultan ot Muscat shows that a oats crew of 17 men which left Ihe irltlsh steamer Baron Innordal which ran ashore at the Kurla Musi slants reached Massira Island aul mere massacred time nl1tves timers Nilleor the murderers have been al rested Previous Information was thaI the boat had capsized and all Its oC upauts drowned except otto boy wh wns saved By the natlws Town Gutted Macon Ga Nov 5TUton Ga Illt tired the most dlsantrous conflagr Ion In the history of the city Tbe ass Is estimated at approximate 250000 There were no casualties The burned district Includes the tol owing property The Slack bulldlni wned and occupied by S G Slack Co hardware Dr G W Jullaus th scout floor of which was occupied lI- tho Gress Manufacturing company If- fl j Metier Lumber company The Kf t Ilgn Lumber company Ten Dropped to Death Wilkes barre Pa Nov 3 Tell miners were crushed to death or Irowned in the Auchlncloaa shaft ot the Delaware Lackawanna and Wen ern company mine at Nantlcoke Th victims with one exceptttm are 11011 to be Poles and Slays The men bad aken their position on the cage to bo owered Into the shaft the depth ot ihluh Is 1710 feet when It Is said the name got eyond control of the eng eer thEI cage falling to the bottoi of the shaft Bold HoldUp Redding Cal Nov 5 A mosUe armed with a pistol entered a sa 1roan at Cottonwood timId lined six men with their faces to time walls nlld hands over their heads while Ia11hCII tljeiii of 500 in cash linll 1801 lu checks Charles ICmersoi I ono of the men who was held up has seen arrested on suspicion of complli Iity with the robber Two Trainmen Killed Hoanoke Va Nov 7A Norfol and Western freight train westbouu t rom Roanoke ran Into a deralle name switch near Radford and wna reclied The engine turned over on I Engineer E B Lynch ot Roanoke allJ Iranian H U Klppa of niacksbun kill IIi I both of them The dead men save families Busy Burglars ColiiinbiiH 0 Nov 7Elghteen esldenllal robberies were reported to the police during the night Tho peratlnns were confined within a idius of less than threefourth of a juare mlta The police are convince that tho Jobs were perpetrated by th iwest and most dangerous class of ileves DOOO to Colouuld and tInt titi la Chicago Untiin Inolfic A North Wlern Line ChIcago to Denver Co mldo SprliiRtiniid Ilirlilo dnil throughout the Kiinunen Correspond III giy tow rates from nibiolntn east 0111 one night to Denver from Chici I iitiil Cent nn State mint tUlly ttCI- IIRhl enroulo from iiu Altnntio Set ard Tvyp fast trains laity N M Breeze 435 Vine Street- Cincinnati Ohio n Y 4 j cF t j p lUKKU KIMK1ft 44 when HA Attempted to until Up Krleitil at n Lonely Iluce Sprlngfleld III Nov 5Jamel 1 Maxwell president of local union No CJ United Mine Workers of Amrrli at Vlrden was shot and killed 11 Thomas Hall a bartender PS the re suit of a practical Joke Halt was reo turning home after closing the silo through North park when faoll for a Joke stepped from behind n tr and ordered halt to throw up his hands Hall who hush been a vlcUm of holdups twice recently drew are volver and shot Maxwell In the stom aHi Maxwell who llve1 for seeral hours afterward said he did not blame Hall for shooting him Fatal Wreck Atlanta Ga Nov 5As a result or a wreck on a branch line of the At hunts Knoxville and Northern rallro near Ballground Cherokee count Ga two milan are deal and Rlvtrlil others seriously Injured The teat James P Harrison Uallgrcund A O- Gaddls HallKroiind The known In Jured Y T Thomas H ia liifran Peter Jordan colored Mr Harrtst lis said to be well known In Atlanta where for many years he was heath of the James P Harrison Printing com pany Details of the accident sro lIIea Ier but II seems that a marble train ran ore a trestle Into a pond Whethi time men were killed by drowning or otherwise Is not known Liberal Victory Ottawa Out Nov IThe Doml Ion parliamentary elections wcro hbld Thursday The returns point to the reelection of a Laurler government with a majority of between CO BuLl iO In the house of commons which Ie composed of 214 members This Is a- Liberal gain of about 15 The COil servatlve lender R U Borden was defeated In hiS own constituency In Nova Scotia The province of Quebcc- Lanrlers home sustained the Preultim by returning a largo Liberal inajorlt Hunter Drowned Detroit lIch Nov 8 James 11 Fuute and Alfred Gaines electrician wcrs drowned while duck hunting at the St Clair flats They with Alex Lempke were In shallow water when their boat begun to leak and flllei They started to wade ashore Letnpk tieklng to tho boat anti the other two letting out on a different course All three were overcome by cold and exposure but Lenipko reached this shor Before he tell unconscious Natural Gas Exploded Chicago Nov SAn explosion of natural gsa In the tailor shop of Saw mel Fisher caused time death of FIshe mitt Injured five other people none of hem fatally The explosion hurled fisher through the side of JIll houa mud into the middle of the street TIlt mllding In which the tailor sjipp Wall coated was badly damaged and a imali cigar store adjoining was dlJ nollshed Moro Leader Would Surrender Manilla Nov 4The Datto All Ihe toro leader who on tim pretext oC oolRtanco to tim antlalavury law buI been waging warfare with the Amoi can troops has sent a message to klajor General Wood requestlne all ntervlew with a view to surrenderlni leneral Wood lisa granted the request IAIilEV lLICLOitt4 Irntii anti StocU 1itcet fur Nov 7 Clv lanJ Cattle ChoiCe fat drj rd Mrrn IJOO thL and III SI stra ti iood lu choice 1000 to lWtf lbs M UI40 I 75 fair lo eooJ tao to lino lbs II itI 00 choice betters 13 TSUI 1111 C1hulCa lat bull S3 MO M eliofce fat coW sa OOQS II choice to fancy milk cow iand springers 110 U0047 So Shtvp a- nImmood to choice Ismimi U B t 6 CS fair to yotHi IS our SO cull flnol Common SI 00ff4 75 kood lo clooll rather lihrfp II UOtjl JSl foaA to rbow mind tlrp IJ Itt4 00 fair to OI- IIn OVJ a cullS to common It fOQl tx to choice yeallngn II 00H 4 uooS oholc eweS PSOOI 00 cts 47 2t I luwn iIogYOrkerS IS 84fi 20 mi Thom ami hi vy 15 Z06 M pigs M soa I 4 93itaici ind rough IS 60O4 K Chicago Cattle Good tu prim itter 35 90O8 65 poor to medium II 0 Ijli TS stockers and tttdfr li 001J4 Id oYs it SOfll U helter ti UU O 3 M vrfntr It so0i to bulls 22 001 30 fxu lell tt4iI S3 6110 i6 Youlprn al 13 OOO5 00 Sheep and lmnt Sood to choice wether II 001 1 Tl 100Ir 10 cholue mixed S3 250 1 00ulletn sheep SI OOQl 50 native lambs at 541 6 RS wulllm 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niwllum S5 3086 IS heavy rorkiT S5 30S6 35 light Vorkirs 15 U 35 Ik pIis S4 SOfjS 00 N e w York Lattls Native uteem 13 CiQ5 76 bull S ZS1U Ti COWII II u 13 23 Hht p and Iawb Blieip n wa 60 cull S2 002 50 lambs J5 oos I 00 cullll SI OOH 50 Canada lamb IS 116 00 Coben VeuU a Oflffl Tj and IVnniylvanU S5 Sjn No 2 red II 19orliIHUIISlllie OstsyuIxed UI i 825 0 Wheat No 2 red II U 11 an No S mixed 57c Oatx o 2 mixed SlHo nye S8597o lard S7 50 Hulk MeatsIT 60 Hacon11 7- 5Ipgs5 20fl5 2S Cattle II out 75- SheltP SI 00I3 BO lo8m3 0005 t0 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennayl I anla XX and above 35336c X IOUHo No II 310350 No 2 SIQISo flue wash d detaIn JOfflTc Toledo Wheat S1 17i corn IIn ata 32c ryeS4c rlovcr ed S1 37Ji For first class job work iry tlit Ii KW3 jobdojmrtinont NSoNCN oiNN oNwJ A V VItA WFOltD IA3IE JHWPUYtA 1 JYONV i I I LOOK b 44 BEFOBB YO S1 t 1 ijlt I 11 1 n you Can Spend money anywlieie Hut when 11 coiHisiloivii to now uiitoihito right lulostrf f never saw a nicer lino of CLOTHING 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