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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t d d LguiL YIT VERSOS ROOJLeQlSTIiE COU1T KYVRIDAY JANUARY 29 100 T ir i f i BARGA1NS J SONS iAftl5pe r d l15 t dd 5 Per Hwre IF r4 r 1lSt jrf lSwj- t raU adtru t sell this this season because we must i re the room eilCjbilied Plows and Jeplrfral at vloT priees Po tsthat will improve your hoiieo Cpineandg t price on same before baying z Year lij3 Unfe gone nd passed end we aM well with bur trade during that year bpjt our trade ha- iiwiut faxjh year and to nmkfs it better in 1904 thai ire We xiflt litcutfulPicture Frame to our II I t h Hl 1 month j aicafgsj t J ai on you i KRUEGERSONSEh iI ERE Best AreSamiOf my READTEIEMt- M ft rc x iooFr ak Leslies Monthly r yT pipo My y fr botH 115- yi I jfrjti H iesl tsXor Gosmppplitan i yfr tf i 00 Mv t for betI 125 Reviews i yr aa Success lYrJJOQ Bv tJJbo y s rl itta ryriov J IyClub pr p f rIIUp1ree39QI iwoiiyAl w If 4os si wliai jpm want ms you IIpt ad I will give you a Cut rate Club j MctENZlE BfOVTA C rj fF 6m QRr L f1 RBY SJNf A1JV w v B DAVIS t RTati 3 5 1904 V KO SjGNA r As Ianf by myself Gr Of tlJqqilJl t w oqJd 1wIiithe peopl of Frn icfprt hecetla 6xd1 re resept re the molinUtn Jeople it I had lw 4rei of tnetnl iy stay w4 kld be a most one but ti the conirary iHd then tqtbe Hi fries gly fh v e rithefr it tirel trying to tJ 4t huHI R have HQPf bi s nd lillinAI 8Jtkat I Muidcr tke influencer avd that fellow was not of cither ftaust re a rc i irau ya i enddIents help J pre- rr Ek HCq set Thetue If lttJff t fJgffJ ig m arhulcif i f jJp tfJ1ftHf t U InL p ttspJh4tit Viii 1JtcRrtearfi titf Jtrld aU pro t diti uiin one 4ti I 1nt Th Jhe P0ifret fid still in d SUte C UI heft e to theacesftI Keutuck loo rrK r P1ok iQ 1 wtt1Ijn J tQrIJlPe IIJ 1L r jut tI Il fe lj t ttpi tIi ti t i r1fnn W1jJ1 p Yi t Ld r Rt A t fi qT4 J m J setter Mrs George town is sot any George Lon and hjsmtherviull inv to JellicQ soon Misa Joan Craig has r pcome from Mt Vernon 1 gepFge 4fbriibtl 3 bpiight the Mrs Capps farm at 250 W H Owens both ht of O M Curamins for6o t7a mare A J McM plien is imprpvitig aowly with his broktuFieg a Ar and JMv Craig boti ght of B F Livesay a pat of mules for 122S J geprge Owens has gone fo tivf- IJjMtAP 8u4 PF qpd up his butcher e op dfcu1atil1lnear future there are still several caesY 91 11rMtmlets family n w JbaiVing seyeral ases iJ 1 r J3s Oh rodll 01h i died f fI fl it bin ay Qf pnt P fP ni aid 1Wi 4E14 gJ bef iij t e Law= itptitelyrv2p1rg rotud Eotr stnal ehJdr n tiurvt e bit Hf wit had preceded him severalfears t Corn is worth 2 0 ht re =Hog ijj c to 4c Gopd catte about 3cA Horses and rnuleiiud niand jjt rta finable priaes1WJ1 Doan sc4 tto Green Morgan a While colt for- dSST t UJsot toVSrooks ft Ja alev a pair ot tpules for r figo in1i 6 tjfortbby3R4waDledth Pe ttg tl1ke rL7 vfNE S ITF ir ito t Another oattlehas beery fought 111 Santo Domitago- It4s stated thatlie L fe N 1ltf tlmentsF ITh House passejd GufTey Auti achine billWhr rUtk Jt ifi felony to set up the device vi Helm Nichols a prominetit farm er hanged himself nea Harrods 1ui g JIl healththe ioause ietitr Campbell jI fra1Z r e i B N was idlled while pita scout iniaf expedition in the PhiUippines William Rbisojij Ibrmtt M l d of Bellevue Ky dropped d ead j n his palatial home home there entirely unexpected ly According to aii authority 14i um Avill SDMI be obtained in Aiaier ica at such a price as to put itiu the reach of the scientists Former GoACTaft of the PhilC Iippiuey4ias arrivedat San Fri cisco He sayi tie Islands lue tranquil but are by no means ready for self govetninent- Man trtrmbers of Congress including members of the Commit tee of Military affairs are deposed1 to crit cise the army manuvers held atWest PtintX YanJrr- a Forty Riley as very Expensive iorms of instruction v Lewis Radfofd a negro charged with intirder i ng a negro woman nt Guthrie S tufdaynightf was lynched b a mob of his own race Mod J dforaftopito a tree and quietly disperbed i The body of the murdered woman JlrlVISlJ1 he town of IVIpiiDdyille 41 was struck byx eyetone Frid The village asdnlohshed 1Jj twentyfour people killed and i i thap Jgoo injiiredf The cyclone cane from the sputftwcst and dthf KiatFiit t 5brtte f 111 fragments of houses household 1 Dods and other property = y ver aGt se ction nsapy miles jp etetlt il- lerjal i The body ofMiss Sal ah Scha e pigh School teacher was in a shedat Bedford II I that Sbe had been indoicatiPK lSII ordered by an known person A reward of 1000 derertSias L capture aud bloodhounds are now r pn his trail The people are so wrought iip over the crime ihaf a lynchingmay follow his capture Andrew C rnegif is only a few five feet in 11ight litchesabove m s his o4 partner taller and John 1 Walker the other member of the trio wHo reYoluttfQnije4 the m anti faeture of steel has perhaps a little the better of both Carnegie and Phillips as for Henry C Trick his head would jtst about reach to the shoulders of f a man of ordinary height y edfQtnwith others of the committee hf went tu ins f pt9t e Gogbel statute in itspresent pjasreY vtate t14 to criticise ahQ hf it al teire4 if necessary befoftr it is castln btotixe The pedestal J ftfermont raar f tweutyfive feet high with the statute itself ten feetifhight Mr- S S Adams of L xi igton has ther contract for the orke statue Is iii ihe had pf r Ian eminent l ew Yott s rl4r 1 f ryJ Bishop Trio 1stJner qQ 4d1 sPPtiep Iv 1n i N w pork from a attoke pf aPS lexyr He hag Pi1 to Anew Vor titb PI side of Mrs Dydl y smof er wJ o the C tis y li qp tqd ywas ana vHof TrT i i fNDt + Kt11eRor I La t week IL K Hart sold to Carritlieis 8 ttV9q Lexington 14 2 year oJ lInJlestrqt 130 Pleniiii 1U r rf tie ryiq ift Belgiuur lrlllIAereat ex lttrit ttt 7t7Nt uts siifiJi tt a fls Fair The allUuil JtJio enfg a 13 embled at SIiil fi 1I llijnAis wnere they will Ue 1 lit tI the vtExposition It The Hv l iiitke especially active in Todd count a fewdas stare and many olfglfe raninials changed Itaiids AirSjigjhfe most notable sIlcs were r fetett 01 entiles at TIO eachv iX alid 1zfeyv large r1P150 J vv Tfcamsey TetSOrts thtvsale of J W S oper Wednesday Jauuarylgoi as fairly attended Among tHe Mngs sold weielhe followtugged mare s2i JE rseycoWiltiQ clf lf850II 5 grade heifer dulytveach a dry COJJsz9j J a2 50 hay about J2 per tenfTwining impie tents fatr hbester Democrat j4boug7 averaglj f1125 Garrithers rdofl Lexington bought of hen Jtlt Hart of Poplar Flavjnsy z4ytar oldmulesatIor o SGPpJ ofjLttU4 C its anl d3 9K iftccrs aLf ctsfsaris K nt1ck1trt A large crowd af g high prices attended the uct one farming Jmpiemerxte stopjlcrop etc oof W T Nfuir at sj lace on tlf Bryan Station fee feijrsdiijr Milch cows brow ftIa T gfe SOWS T2 to aa SpOilt a to c6 barrels of corn 14 from Sz 5r to 2abarrel lit vfje crib 12 Jpps of timothy hay bro1 Jjf14 804 ion 4 tons of baled strayrought S5a Eton and 20 tons 0fredddJodder- saldat ttt a too 9l u b tt i 4 Ramsey auctioneer re= ports the stile of john Bu gin Thiir ay as cie ll attended and gooI prices relined Among the ales were the following i Two aged mares 63 and75colt 3050 pair good mules 346 Qne mute t6j 50 Wand palf 3675 5 cows a5 to 30 2 steer calc es eachfat heif rslI4i1and 12 shoats359i good ewes at 6 each corn in crib 2 IQ per oar J eel clvej havjii 1012 per tonJ straw rick about 50 acres 2575 o double shocks of fodder 77 cents acht Blymot Rockh nssper open Vin e rge Q cfit E 1Irelief iujoue ininttte because it kills the microbe which tickles the mu cous membrane causing the coug and at the same time clears the phlegm drawS put the infiamatiou and beals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Ctfre strengthensi tUe Iungs w rds off Pi Lopa an4 Js harmjess an never failing 1Win ll cwrabte esi ol GQttUs eplfls and jaroup ale nanute Cough Cure is pleasant ff9 take laarni less arid g6od alfk e young oriBld S ldby Chas C Davis the druggist l Qn ahptq y an Yisul ati rira w anfUl toJ1 r cf Jil objected 1 t1 ttatns ressiqu useq t e lithe kitHann ti wlthlue jr- bega 1mun 1 rqi3ui gaJ9gd the q tbstti b1I W r gs u jJjt bt 11a lq1liol il1mveR a fasterhts But au t be b tfs 1i 4Ar J N y f W gQ1C r 1201 t 120 7 3 DUBT r L Pr 150 f o arid wid For we m earth A I kinds of Shoes at verL 3 j + I Every Brand Best OaticQ 5 cents a Yard li Y 4t1 17 FAIL to get t I Oz HAT Best on Earth and FOTCV Smcwie at Live and Let Live prices Bt l2 cepJ s t a Ualyagass iagh tmarket price fo end furs Dntfai1 tc Rah onus YcOUEB ora fair deal 4- 3 r t H C tiJ OL1TJ S jliD Ji lCJ4 r NGnancial ialtto ibereacted at abe present session of- OSeSS QrmerGLp sjsQr Bradley 5was honored by toe Kentticliy liate andJfouse and gives a reiceptiop by both bodies r iSenatoT lli1abs expressed lig- igret at not being ableV to accept 11 w ti tuckS iLegi lature Mos Q Wotmorc of St Louis iarmaaefit fund for the use of the Pemocratic patty i Jlidg e James B Can trill hasform = ally announced his candidacy for Judge of the Court of Appekls to succeed Judge Burnam in the Fiftlv district 4 Qsueago ptpet asserts tbt the Iroqnois Club of that citfs preparing to boom Gen Nelson A Miles for the Democratic pjssidea tial noiainatioB T 1 Tfee bill appropriating 75000 for the Kentucky exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair passed the Sea ate by a vote of 28to 5 q1S the first bill to rash the XH an interview at Wasiagtoa Senator Blackbum declared tUat in his judgment the Keat o j dele gates to the inQcraU vatkjpal ca i y tto ls oqlg 1e jgS It t both s to c 11diq aesi and platform ffcc mea i f appropriating Qoaepo for the rection of new and commddiouabildiags at Frank c tQtu will bepafc law vithin J the next v 1aysr e 1 he War Qep llment 1i as e lesteqal a vw Lion of l1 otft Iq to al1 ters for 1W t11 f t- e qe Mmfpr h t fa v obi yr ill iC f4Sl tAtlastt au paclle dV1 l 5 1 JbhaWl Iferkel Comtdissioier nterbtilrer ens iA D J fW Marshal C lo l OT ad t275hoet- he very be AJt sizes Ladies shoes choice allsized mss 130 Values fortj j I rLt V f Mens atWCY J1 ognySprcr DAVIS ofth7session Reosyeltfo address the General r Assembly t astabled is the House i after whicka e sn was read Ilthejnvita3 t old Bill APPropdating 57000 for tlbe Confederate Rome The Sen tee Jmod theJj1 ePJJ iating l J5 QQO annualt for the reesa- M f ttt iN G St J lbf Sorvey L e t 4QCAL CORRIuSPCbt DrINTS WANTl1p It- The Bible Institute Colportage Association 250 La Sale Aveniie g Chicago is seeking to widen its j l coBstituency anrl scope of god to t be done through the disse iiaationI of tje Gospel by means printed pate through Christian I workers and laymea everywhere especially ia thet rural districts j They w skio effect a more or less p n aAent organization o local 1correspondentsart to cQ t tioos oft e home town whet I know the Christian workeIJ Sun day schapl tei bars aud similar laymeu antI who could assist the Associatioai especially in Car filly distributing 8nnotiBC neats ai- lrataioguesa d Spepel literature gi Ieajt etc The local rreprcs a- tlve will not be rtuir vj to sell the jublicatie3 of the Association theUgh t dera will nato ailI anfr easily ewe to biuiendsou stfch a cash cpiimiBsjoa will be paid For the work of1Ii9tribntiott of printed natter and sqhebef simple ser vice aa iUbe rendered the As sociation witt give liberai tciuuaer ition to tbe coTes mdcnt 1tl valt uable boftis Jnt r step zeadera f1 rhja aaQdiincenent are invited to address tltes oei tion for further prticul rhr TJi plan iS adaspted jG IIsmWQei 1i ke arid to those coonectt4 wit any evangel icaldgit qmi ioia t 4 VEJtY PETeA t4 I atuck tot DRiet4al eve Jtl c d lid = JlI nezv 7dw ttii tfitlao ail1l S jte Ck tl r t riWD ve resistt Dj i 1m n tiF in sic tv- ift thii las iittMi eveS Re thz Yo file C f tc itRI 4 tJ JANUARY 29 1904 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALmJGHfl t ttSSCRIPTI6N N1i fff Rr ioo s ft 2i Jv Yli tlcttM jlf4i1ctiiiliJ ollij d1PlpJflOlz ryT I r r 4 c llN D JJsiOOR og Mereci cmintyi n rilllt iol Oo- nzressia tliS Eighth district to succeed Horii G + GIH efi t gaiii6jC to flVe actibn of the Democratic pnrty your support is earncst Ir solpjted n McCREzkRS1tNVlOR cot1tTI ilt j ing on the coming Presidential eec ton sat If ar JJ1aVC a nyIsuccess in fhe coining pre MCtij4jthe democratic party mus Makeup the questions that- us oiyjrbu today and in addition we musi l have both conservatism and Kar mon3 I feel quite sure that the democrats of my state whp redeemed themselves in the last national election would much prefer this year to go into the fight on live is sues With a strong earnest and conservative candidate who will harmonize the party and a plat form covering the questions upper most in thepuhlic mind today tiie democracy can redeem itself in the nation j Orall tfe inen mentioned to lead the party in the coming I campaign it seems to me that Senator Gorman of Maryland and lnOttjthanquired standard As for isssues 11 iLlthement among our put lIC servants Our tariff today i higher than any other on earth and the p plewill demand that it be reducedSince entered congress six Teen y years ago thewi expenditures tfor carinidg on tbisgo ermefIij have nearly trebled Th as it should be The expense can be reduced and the public service will not suffer The complete elimination of corruption amdnf government officials by investiga tion and the punishment rthe guilty should be die democratic 1prolD1seTHE murder of Miss Sarah Schaefj er tfce Latin teacher at Bedford adds another Black page to riidi anas history If the Hoosier state continues in the same path that it has been traveling for setneI time in the past many will blackened pages The bloodthirsty mountaineers desperadoes ndI assassins ofel1 tuckS as the i Indianians delight tocal1 them have never to their credit hvo1illfullespie by her own brother about two months ago and that oQ Miss Schaefer only last week which proud Indiana now has to his discredit OUR Representative W A 13 6 = If 124Ylh introduce4 a bill in the c itnpgsi g a fine pfro on all persons wlip aStend theaters and other similar plfbKc places anc3 fail to reinioVe their bats or bph nets We trust tow sqtl this will 9 become a law fpr higji chats and big bonnets ae the uauseSbf maiiy a long neck r V i jg Whether Senator sritoj Republican ol t3jial1 retain his seat is bei iacgjied befra Sell ate committee at Washington TberosecutiojQ charges that Sin obt knew ol and connived at1 the poly gamy of gapostjes He says t he though the had Bible authority for knpi i4 J 9n ving William Jennings Bryan is slated for SenatotcfrQmNebraskato sue4 y ceed eH Detrich Republican c nsnrarryjjioth of these trritries will sead delegates to Chlcagr Filipino and Porto ican will now stiadup and readthe constitution Prohibitionists and socialists win hold nominating conventions with tiiepurpose of enterirjg their vy dark horse hl the Presidential cam paien Theinorethe merrier c = r J flf Tuft editors qf the Somersel journal and the Sonier jLepub iIican hate 3ssed 14 fiuade ip Vpnc1r how J gotet liail ne loclo 9r q 111 q u pnYTe 1aJi ny hieft3in says tlwS Js 0emi5i ratic year and Ctev landrw6nid be elected if ndm- iiated So he1iipk wpiiidtP v era others i FIanu knQ hovto shuffle the cardsaud ggt the iwsTt i i r 2 not a bd cteal by a good deil fit iri CIAISo riiir BY JET Two things that are never much good unless they are full of hole area porus plaster anda Swi cheese t He put his arm around her waist TJie blbr left her cheek But upon the shoulder of his coat It showed upforT ekr v Blessings of ten come disguisefdy Said the man with troubles harryiri 2 t Poverty though never pn 7 dj j Often keeps a man from uiarryiug Hes a meic6uarY wretch What makes you think so 1He married Miss Goldie Rox and was4ringto get her niyseli What makes y ou think Na 1 has a savitgieiise of humoi1 lft Bec Me she laughs So heart ih proIParody on Jack HudJiil Jack and Jill wen up thehill To get a pail of water What sack aidvhen he fell dowi fill said he 1i chit oughter Harvey Vhathas become 01 that pretty Miss Wellesley ho you saw home the othiniIii have you calley since Clarence Nofbut I haye sent the old man a box of footeas and if it does him any godi may call next week hoprIthat young fellow Xlo d is thrift as every young man should be save a quarter of his salary each week OhIweeks he saves halfa dollar r Yes said Henpeck the thing that impressed e Dipst in Kgypt was the mummy of onec of the an cient queens aboutAhatJf t The fact that they could make her dry upand stay that way Girls Have you proposed yet What was the answer l- iIfOfe powders have lost their grip Try tue keap Y arptanr Remember there is ho rule pro hibitirigrfpaating a proposal hlorofornirnay be used in mpd eration upon the proposee s Uncle Joe Cannon usually Wears spectacles but one day he put on eyeglasses They bothered him and he lidthern on the Speakers stand Then he promptly for 4t where thwere and banged with his gavel smashing 11 into saaaH pieces a That was a fine thing to doJ said Speaker Cannon to Aslier Iiistthe patiiamentary expert H Qut tfrlgj3t I Jinds replied wif hotit batting aneye r X t3 mother sight has fan9so thatvteadjn a needle is a task almost beyon4 ner After an absence frmh taryoung friend having seen her difg ciples deiluiiciated bv Lincoln Lunaannflfufy adopted by Grit scriultiized by McKinJey anclN stamped ou every uiggerlbV Rdoe- elt An O Ida horn paper prints this Utpry She was from Bb toir Lei 11nm Ok1ahtnn dYO tl ha ti 4 v jagood leal iir tire West have iriOFLMS Bicci3 k C5h ve s indeedjijlrCalifornifv l and l rzpnan t even iu New Mexico 5 S ys JiJ you ever see fli Cherokee S ripvV There was a painful silence but gbssesIHiilv 4iidtf anclnn thesecpnd ypu l glt have been nirerefined in four IS nonage by Asking pie if I Jtdetet1 iLeQherokeedisrob- eiIiN rlibs whi heaven iheThe place wliere orcis Jreaiea kJ stand itflml1eS most Iiointa casket containing the most precioui Qiajl jdneti- c Happiness A little hollow scpo ped out o ftlH vindy lull of thevrldas a shel vT v er from its caies jJs ThlQtl1y glace ipn earth whert he Faults and failings lof huijianity ire hidden beneath a mantle c- fciirty t V The central leegraph dIThei human love into which luns innu merable wires of affection iiauy of thear extending thousands qfvmiles but never disconnected froiiV the ne great terminusv I Boys lelSplay ajoieon Auui iCindy vAuut Cindy had rinsedBob hOld beei with his family during his 1outhnd npw that he had grown a young doctor she1 considered Iit herdn y to clean phi office every ruorrigJrFhe effice eon tainttl a human skeleton be YOU d whicb it was arranged that one ol the boys secret himself and when Aunt Cindy entered the room he WaS to shake the skeleton ane frgItn the V itS out of the i u regress TIle m rn i ii g was pru pi lious darksiindnifaty AniitOindy+ iiacl just gdtt iWoAvu oiwHei knee r aul besrUii ioSiruftr Wei were al i a nViiri n g J laudk c rIifit oti i mouilis to keep back the laughter The fellow chosen for the i b rattled the friuewofkvio1tI3 AtitJ Cindy lookecVquickly iivthe clirVc- tiori whence the noise came shcl could just see the skeleton pmlme c diniiy innher dark corner But shej did n t friglften She sitnph said Go oii wnyj u rn ere rviisah B b I knows yuh wheer vuh gcvi yo cl o s on ur not And Bb iuUhtk the cigars for the erowcll 7J i v The choosing ofa successor To Bishop Dudley will begin in May at the annual meeting of the Dib Ices n Council when some one wijl be placed innomination but two- wonthsor more may elapse before the consecratioii of the new bisjiop As the oriice is the most i important in the Episcopal Church j a careful safeguard is thrown about it andj the selection of a bishop must of necessity be after mature delibera tion iii which uotonly one diocese- but the eiiuredliurcliwithe United States Iris an equal voice The honor of tills important QjbCeIS be laityIand the bishopric have concurred la the selection and the ithodsoIt- he church in making the selection isc6nunenced wheira nauie js se lect dbya majority of tiie vqtfes of laity nd clergy composing the DiocesairCouncil When ano m dnatiqil has heerr made by tliecou I cil the secretary of the diocese so notifies the standing ct iiim it tees al overtthe dibces4wl h f rpft e the no m In atIon before the geiLLralfS v church and the persaTpn iliajtS must then receive a majority of the votes of the standing comixijtteesL- YIiAC1l are com posed equaflyoFiaity Le4cn in fiLe jfntcinntionul Scries 10 lnuutut 81 lJ04 f Uu to1n Dseiple nIb C jjLESSON TEXT Luke 5111 GiXJ DFJN 9ixrI ye eolitinue InI tiistpLeJir OUTLINE OF SCRIPTUBE SECTION I LGXlemyalof four dscIpie Matt 41822 llC20vCaJTinE llrriE iifttrreclidatclejy following the last Icssoi and Before the events of 43143 Place Shore of the Sea Of Galilee near Qapernaum j r xKQTES AND COMMENTS t The multitude Not mentioned in fetfcliew and Mike The three accounts should be read as they supplement each j ether Jesus was now a prominent fig thoughlpreceded Him and and crowds- Lfol1cwedRim everywhere The word Gqd Word from Got Jesus j Jirc1tght word good nvsa communi t cation from God The lake of Genne SartT n More commonfy called the Sea 01 SaiiIee It is4 13 miles long and at one point eight miles wide When Je- ho11Iti1engus driven from Naza reti Descended to iLitlies 680 feet lJe cw the lev l of thoseaitwas one of flie most beautiful spots in the world rChe upper hills were covered with fine withstexcept for clumps of thorn bushes and thickets pf oleander Few of the palm trees havev survived In the time of Christ there were nine cities on the lakIaveraging15000 inlmbitanfs each Only one remains the misearable fever stricken town of Tiberias The lake isi r no longer covered with the sails of fish ing fleets though it is still full of fish Washing their nets The nets worr 1101Suchdirt waterlogged sticks and the weeds thefmalways sat down to teach This is ont of the fascinating pictures of Christ He did not wait for them to come to His t church but He went to them He joined the fishermen at their work and tim while they worked from t3Ugbtl and it was so that He won His cp1es theserStlwas not high logic nor did it seek to win them through their emotions He simply entered their sphere of life and made Himself one of them For the mc r meni tQ w asa fisherman and a master fishermanijnd under His quiet direction j these nn who had followed the sea all their lives accomplished what they bad notbee1i able to ddin a whole nignts toilwere amazed impressed won Nothing wins its way into the heart of the able and honest workingman like the discovery that one who is commonlyIfar above hIm intellectually and spsrit ually does not consider himself made i of a bejtrkhid of cjay but knows liki ft maatfthe work in v hich he is himselfIl engage Jesus showed the fishermen a- mastery of the sea which no man had ever Ijefore approached and this in ad dition j8o 12 marvelous Gospel otheFat l lichHe preacheil They werA tblrPjeter seeins to have made the attempt more in eferericc to Jesus than because fof great hop of success At the same time he Jladseen enough qf Jesus to Helgpqkereal faith Simon Peter when he saw it His theIcn anew career in which the new nam is 1etter Impawn =Prof Riddle De part ficni me FtC St Peter M not onlyjSearcher of 11artsI am utterly un wcrthdbeneai Thee yt let m- sta3Fariar James and John The elder would probably be named first James was the first of the discv t pies to be martyred John we knows Ithe belpyed disciple and author of the Gospel of Tohn Andrew whowas prpb dbly witli Peter is not mentioned by Luke Partners with Simon The first then Jesus took to work with Him werejBeii who had learned towork to gethr Fron henceforth thou shalt catch men The aainouncement to Peter notis1ion ApdPerb1ieved Jets lie iaiscer too much of Him to doubj 15lieyTci all and followed Him An Grtf W Jamtsand John were called as w lasPEter They Were completely won aid castjn their lots With Him for- life Now it was unbounded personal de Volioni Later there was add d to it de vvpton tOt the cause TJt vas a serious time for them hey could not look far IntoDthe iiturB andlt js a mercy they tiqvild not In less th in three years their tater was to go to the gallowVor its oriental equjvalentf and few j then Ayefa to filc nafeiimluleathsbu iOr all that no men in t eYorJq lilsidr yexer iall a mCrex blefesetr life timntiiiey iud thcn nmestbdKy a e amoithoschede- ied n Y6J yOhtisti Iavd a rft Oi11jJ1PateZUt rill l JtfJ tlJ j tll t heartgro s nitune ctgooIrs Sinners b4me theijjw qr the fruits of their Tis Better be ndlcippet1 bt God than paced ty Tthe devitv rc i r rcccc Tc S1TSTV1 F i r rri iirrvrrui 1 OurFjsfAynu1 Ce a I thkingWliiforT I All winter goods must be dspo P g We have marked them down to I pe il to ev elY one Wo ment o rthe many terns that we are o cIton Flannel 6c to A Mens heavy Undcrvvecir at Jst IvCen I Cost Ladles Underwear at Cot Jot tleCottonIat cost I I have a few dress skits left th s Y1EfHI1 dated prices Now dont fail = oj onc for these goods must for tire Summer tock that is or WE have a full line of Spring and Mens Clohing asoan immense sto and children Clothing at reduced pri- cJ C HOCKKK CO Li W t rl 1lt ii t t i i li tll11 ltl1i1iillll11tLl1il1l11111J Qo se e A MDICAL CHANGE I Famous Training Quarters for Alhi 1 letes to become a Convent limflv Muleloon the vnJiuOYH- urmcl Vrestler Presents His- Estttc rOle Etlucittionul and C Is jri table Purposes Billy 1IuldoOllJthe famoiis vrestler has presented his extensive and beauti iui estate knownas Muldoons Farm previously used as a training school of his art to St Patricks Roman Catholic church of Belfast New York to bc con propI ii Burfalo who was formerly pastor ot St Stephens Roman Catholic church in low York The Muldoon Farm is well known throughout the United SU s as the place where many famous athletes have been trained into condition ror cham pionship contests and where J8O many prominent members of lTw YorLs 400 have studied phYS CfJ culture The only condition which the formeij owner has attached to the transfer oi the buildings and grounds to Bishop Colton is that it should always rEmain tlie property of the church and that the mansion should be used exclusively as a convent while the other buildings should be utilized for educational and charitable purposes Bishop Colton will set about at once to convert the build jugs iivto the uses for which they were given by the generous donor HI desired to give my property said Muldocn lio some church or organiza tion where it could be converted into worthy charitable purposes and in looking Oer the field in New York I have finally decided to present it as a tree gift to the Roman Catholic church which I feel confident will carry out my wishes and desires It was at Muldoon Farm that John JL Sullivan the famous pugilist of his day was re babil Rated Hundreds of influen tial and prominent men of New York including lading representatives of the financial and social world of the Empire state have been visitors and temporary residents qf VI111doOll Farm in years gone by aiuT gratefully admit that the unique trcatmeiit they then received coupled 1wUh the compulsory parjicipa tioii in novel exercises in physical cul ture that were enforced under the rcof of the 1arm was the chief factor in regaining for them health and happiness TIDE PERFORMS HUGE TASK IF UNWELL Try a 500 bottle of Herbine no ice the i m prove merit spdilef fected in your appetite energy strength ana vigor Watch how it Brightens the spirits gives freedom from indigestion and debiJitv Isaac Story Aaio wriie Sept 10 1900 CI was in bad healibrl had stomach trouble for 12 nidnthsIsodumb chills Dr J W Mory prescribed Herbine it cured uie in two weeks I cannot rccoiiijiftd JE too highly it will do i 3 ou claim furJt Sold by Chas favis druggist ASTORJAFor Iniants and Children Ilia Kinf You Have Always Bought Bears the iun tuteof s L j i IfTctQJry qJOds Qiothintr- f L j BEST GO 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