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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tz S t I rLi t rC Ill 1 IIL1 k I iifdTL1rrRfljjt j7i iVvs Jv PERSCNAL OWINGSVILLE z NfIKYE T 1 I I ki I HC Gudgell was iti xow vHe wi Saturday Z 1 B H Ross was in Lexington Tues iqI day on buslnetsB a Judge NReid Patterson went to ThurbduyLI thIRiere rimOfl Clins b PowtJt of RIcIirnot dwasIJere last vtek on busjnes8 ol the ea Mr and Mrs T r DarnolL t MtISter I I 0 lion fhrbit MfaW Patterson nnd MrsttMe Iopwero Jn Mt sterling lust ekSr mile In rs James M Ross and Mrs Jolfn- e t lpnaker in Alt Sterling Jp nnrs Boardman and Miss Willie V1 Boardmnn of Carlisle wore here 4 tc1Zast week L Attorlllngwere here last week a Jesse Turney of Paris 4 Gt ood1 of M I Sterling9 WeroOi v V ist week on t e TTh Ida Elliott returned Setim rdota visit to her niece Mrs Futrp LI In d i ofllnzelton Kar Ipagol Monday Ho vl1l th1 Tuesclay Ju1l Jh1j 4 2 fl has retur ne1ma I tc r nIfe con r1ty ati YT S i 1rncr Iw 4 2uIPj ramid irs ao cI I8tiv 8tov IcA rI an4 i for rl j0At J paper t I 4d 4 A p I I jI r4 rj W Kf p ititL J 1t t I t rs 4 1d I t trit t Lb4 p 0 r j Pp Av tps i 4 i i t ta iJtt0 f t4 4 t JM1 i Jcli I tc I tk 4 4 t4p1 0 ir 4 s 2j r 2 i q j4m 1 r r- lq i s z r ftfc I Sr 4f o4 t41 Ja i r z i z- f 1APD I ir p0P T lJ ir Zj 1r b z 4 i t Jit 0 4As 411eMP t4Sf 4 0itv r 1 t zIrAerr Itj t rorf9 NItF I Tii IIi d S 1 tiri PSJ t 4rf p r 4 Ij be i tPjj zt 41 1 c 1 dttiM f I is QfIo t yz3 t4 2 i eq 1aIw brk4 d Wj3 jIJ P Tyf i rt I t 6 ir r r toSjdlllam giving BARGk ineveiyt1iing FOiL CASIJ Mrs D S Estill head CLARKES Oct STtTEUSNT jorq with the county clerk of thre withcJXLOOKe good people ot lltttkj d the of the dltPiij this toher counties In any if It is ne JUIIIict who signed the die tq Ie nt Frankfort then I tls c tliat asI flOIReelaary to file wjtI Iho cc urImy rnwoboplCdon the ty snd vice versaUciel bslot as the iJdato of As to why I becamee Republican a candid riteprIy or Circuit Iad keendge ot this district bat I should reflecting about thes nkttrfor soInemontllBke some backtadstateaeatJanU explan Oflo ttIt3Oon of the realen hy 1 different occasim ns eragat Morehoed andvu how u w Jii tunof permit he said that hometeejWpy SOme did nbttfaiend that to run that thereiiiyour valuable was some talk of running Mr Winn of Mt Sterling butn niy juaho thalhelaw is sum WaS In favor ofaIp4 running a 8trai ntengble any lawyer Republican and also said If Y ystand u todo want to run law for vou MattersKy Stat went this way until ubout six wee g Cer prior to the election when M j4 latisfWood tent tap word that if1 would oljgive way he would get on the bL II fIL petition and make the race i After reflecting I wrote left PZ s wnjr and to go iite tuo sayir Sp A time ifeSSaSss tion M nnswer we nsider Su run I forlmy 8Werm i the Iiuy u F r FIuuG ygO 1flic hox ins of nomina week hy Elder 3 HJ 085 B of Circuit Judge residence They prominent with the county young peopleJn th1 Bcctlon 1 ne counties Ithig composingB 6UIKRA box supper Is ct certainly at i Saft Well schoolhouse UR ordaneewitIiLhIs viewon Ibeiefit of a schou libya yha5tqi iIsdL31y petition ds October 3othbeg1nnsngIt 7 oclock p are cordial Is If1k come Thfl ladleg a reNo teau Bied to brgbcoila d a tnday e froni a to i citan lie bought a fat lnrent1y mIle ofsu cidr VC move his family to it some H m HinNovember B i gone t v VMV ILmhaveJ9t i ol t dental office w t fitting my0 t mente and electrical ap I v 4 am now better pre b i Jerto do all work per been led nt 15try I have 1 here sixteen years and t 0 giveD 65 tie o r J work guaranteed Call eW COHSBB D D 8 I RRESPONDENCE Midland City Click commoncedbii dwell 1r i7onieY thanjrtmusaear thoeia fueGree8 see ipbaviBi v returned Saturday v Uor j week with friflnds 4 drI r kre-o 0 I i 0I1 r4 p 4 o Jfrr4iPIe J1 I S 0 e J RA0KET SJ7cREVe have a nice line of Fall and WIterat prices that viI1 please and and see the your PqCIcetbook Call toallMeni and Ladics iOOFlooringP lOeBabyToques 25oMe18Bootsis Robes 7949 ToothTickP box 4Pnrieapr 40cChildren8 ITigted Hair 45cNeedles8eCASHA IJIE1 I kithvingsville Kentiit1cvT F Springfield Mrs Joan Cheney has been quiteick the past week Mrs Ann Gorreil visited Mrs JobBHall Tuesday Mrs MaTaU1bThrdt John flail an attended day Mrs Will Jioyds sales at JudyFrf J J MarJr of ChringavilJe was avisitor at Mrs GorrellY night Friday MrsJuhnffalJtlsiteI her sifter Tipton at Peytons Lick Thursday ivaller Boyd d er mareOepeCtiflgtrlp Mrs KatfeBojd and Mrs Sarah IOre rzit were ti guests of1ffj 1- kft thejri daUghterI 88 Inn and Miss Julia Adamoon ndare Surah Spratt Albert Robinson and 3 J3r Smaljiera bouirht WHL1Irvine andUClyde Gpssett t wrr S Awcglit4Igin saIWO uhoat for Shurprj fe 4 c ew- t bx synight WUB al- Stuhlk yj W- fra 1LI bIgIlJ one sold and res eirlna onb1iomIL0u15V111008tlth eni At WASHINGTO COct1O rm appeal to t4 young man of h ideals IiS generouS impulsesI the youngfl3ftfl who hopes some t ut showStatewhaty to serve rreTtTTn s begot Hewlll never get n nomination for anything until beIlle fetches and carries for the ill be Democrat in Kentucky can got take machine is for another lceif tbe ny o and Lindsay are IbVnisbed from the Statoand Brown d Buckner retIredbe06e they fused to obey little fellows Be re of one thlngKe11tU0Y will Swing never show onlhe board ouse of CoffgreSB as long as the was Doashe greatCOmmlttee Therewo Houses as a day wbobKefltU0kY put herWB deas Into the natiQflal ut that was when Kentucky had ome Ideac that somebody respectB There was a day ucky stamped her individnaitgCou n the councilS of our term But how is It now Where try eitherHouee stylthatIB the Kentuckian terthe slightest at MOtentionand will not be the Beckham machine at Frankfort la destroy There Isjust one way and That willDefeattq destroy u do the kitchen work for it It canhig lve without office no more Co flab can live without water Thisis work for the young ii1Oi I of who expect to restore to the old Commonwealth the it place Clay J3recktnridge on E mart the Gg 3stw r rI 1 2 c Wpo EEWARD rjUjk i out of order Win here and you Shouldho clock dcsued and oilet itstop8gets cold r thell no money Lrwardfo1k- reveryonell have i6fIdhe lis man and lii- newyou man to reat JEWELER OwnsvIjeTk i BLICLTm inown ULr four the nOHHaw nau of one hundred of corn by shock Any one jj to look at the farm may Joshua Owings Sr at his will accompanyand he same time and place will sell known as the Morris place ntuining about 200 acres all with the exception of grass is lo 15 acres This farm the Owingsvilled Preston iko 2J miles from Owings A lot of corn on Will Creek sold by the shock Will pleasure in showing corn tone to purchase same JdsnoA OWIKOS JESSIE TUKNEY J E GAITSKILL Commissioners for heirs of F M Ommissioners Sale Bath Circuit Court- PowersAdmt11l8tTathir PHI vsSale in W Power o Defuhdants y virtue of a judgment and or cf sale of the Bath Circuit rt Tendered at the October thereof 1903 fn the above ed cause the undersigned Mas Commissioner will on NDAY NOVEMBER 9 1903 same being Bounty Court day between the hours of 12 oclock m 3 oclock p m proceed to offer sale at public auction to the hest and best bidder at the urthQu60 door in Owingaville Kentucky the followingdescribe property towlt A of lund lying JB tilt town of OwingBville Kentuckyup which titers is a blacksmit shop and bounded as follows 01 north and weet by the land o A Peed on the south by Henr reet and on the eoetby a stree vining nortliwnrdly from th st cocner of said shop efV M Wright Sale will be inaae on x months for onoha Tmontha for the oth price Tl JII be required to ex- ror tliophrcIIeeO mon J ii == = I z buy a sliudtj3 or Harne5 n s rnaderjbIItJleroatiolli SitidIe by men that 01113 Our KENTUCKy it Is tho- iiyou tryonesetotoIlrilnndd fl1ys bus cI hare the bestlino yIpare of the State 4 iam Yours for bestsadj8 nn MINILti OWIrcGsyjUGENE wurALJ DRUC IST Ly1Ijy 11IiJIUUU CIUIIRS G By GREEN E EOE I 7A OR rrnN WOrrnN and CHILDREN c Foi saleby uscar Chandler OWiflgSvjiIe iTa P1-I rI sipr f 4 P j t r i b SEE BARG I 4 l 1 We are closing ori shoe cciothng dress goods and atless than cost rmissthem a j TheShaU- COLDSEfTIRE SETTER THE MACHINE THAT DOES IT RIGHT The above illustration represent the Schau Cold Pet Tire Sette ready for operation This lemon machine is n in simpllcit of construction nnd in tha windei ful result proiluced perfnnuin tho work heretofore done by th blacksmith doing it quicke cheaper and better The great utility of this machir consists in tics saving of time li bor and expense we set forth tl over h o following advantages way of setting tires 1 No fuel is required 2 No tires are taken off 3 N bolts are token out i I I1rt 2crIereo or j t th elfIUr teilc lr cr1 0 c x s u TREE8I FALL 19O3 TREES BYTHEMILL1ON smsll Fruit and ornamental rapeie r1ub nepargUP and eveivthing3r or chardlawn andgardenNOagn but best prlce to thA planter i ataogUe on apliciition tt j- H F HILLENMKIERkSONS Both ph9nee Lexington Ky C 0 RAILWAY fDatiyexceItSUDdaY ALiothSfldflh17 LI Tratn25nnI23CartYDtfltflg car servin 4 I rtFAItflEFEOTIVEJULYIcC T1MovT9Afl1AV i0STA1 DOU8DJ10 tsT No q- wsTBovNl Qiu2 y Nn21 loes fro23iC1nctnnCti l rj 4 t io Id S Si i i 4 tfS r 4 0it 4i 1 r yit- 0 4 5V 4 tIy ri I j 1p 4 c i i p4 mtt k l rT4lL 0 A it4 j J s q tI- t 1 v I f fk- t1 i r5 s I p t JI ti SeJ i l vd k I a I 4 S s f v J I l I d i s A s r S t 4 t a q n I I t4 I l t I r stgbn A Ib I Iebr- afthe Sioux i ly ttN CHARLES VN- 4I2 el Hot tCc zI1IAPTRIIICOTItF1 Youro Raxed this thnt printnbltof t1c fron ljeIthboth I II ct- OU 1andrnoon iltish Ill cut out your bnckgtIard tea l t t pony L1S hespedatiflad gab 4 westward Itchcpii soldier to his feet nud sta3 Irbni for the latters legs seem wobbly Field let Ms ahage ge breath before asking qucs t I t jgtsvra I pII4S S vw J T burst 1 fiS hsa IpSlht uu any Other uiiIcii rDrtli or lpar Qilt Ip 3 tight Can you ti- IJI cut my tongue OUt ICfor1rter PGke the WflJ thtI1 JiurineItCflaut or I fl3 Ireer tillr y It aint in m srLr ft at that llten liehnkIanI RetIneJye lighfl Yuw go R In Ifliit rnk i ddIe a vn the PCetIIlIg tv SttVlC lights were ncIflfleiHg uit th p down corraPu Ille fircllylaiitps we flit tlntsITTrctabIes nireat A I J Slowly IIflh follitt flvlijijitbnt ookI p flCier duj JjreoIutio11tI1Iere1I lIi IItflng OterieIghtIroblpin TJi 1etItiitall right lie muttered4 4 i chat8 Iii tvhl tIIlaty flint wn hIIitjat that Menutnic ii IctrtsS seemct Prayitc Jiac to wake to 11r No efl5AI the SI7 hail trumpetOICa be TaIsccI Cave theraIl of the ntrips lIIUR3nbIc IasInroct to PSt the linli froni f hourj of tIenight but ii rL ttt tile4 WurItI giiard Otrr n barj I ftoflp r S y h t 4 r 012 the Plank llerje2t1o2 pbeba1 to fl opej nor fronts and f Iear at th V4t eei male It S 3tr tad1 ta 3 V 7SrfL I II 1q Jr Ii k JI 4 bb tl fi M iS fsI j f i4 1 iSS S I Ir c tt bI lWi d k t F t I wjv v ti5 i 4 t kir5itt r is t I I 4 r t 7t t a iit pi t rtrt1 VrStiAlIh 1 e r L L y I s 1 lj gibbers tnpbOth been T a3 ne eutbrewdscut scouting up the t ij Vcbb within igI1fi the alarm IItd f JYjiushJ his silent Col plodder has oIthr two I hat jee and he will neeti nue lot4tnfttntry OhIJ1Uarte1me before noon I be ready Then if v PtI intl to itJjiilc we atycnturO south- one rjun L ik Platte LIILCap the thaRayIiOS who knew for duty at the utoine itt subaltern vith anburninganti whose soul was iIIi op refnsflkCNo paid the major inorcCapt1icbl isa t be I only US re and 1 thought maybe urn Ilya but the mis- wi ingloriouslyd Koss thMrmajor still more S tO cedeneddoorway I stooti face the color of parchment h It wa a lfl the officer in question meat that threatened pantehiVebb iwct t egSohother matter I want two gr nielbt It slip out at once and see bow ntany- w of Stabber people start or hact rbe daybreak o wouhtheybe a tiptop man haIufTcIso crowd shioubl hay C 3vy until the sperscil Only Blake and Biy wetC uvhdetvth afterS hint when rFklil returned and stood shlenti b 0fore them Well he knew that Ui e ist commander could hardly oe rtt ok the absence of his adjutant ppsuch n time ChaveSField was the majors qttcr v his tone full 1tronehi gentle yet grave I was rtstless I coult1 slec i r I wcjit out purpo You know no horse r 411 t1 I pwhite I rar 3c- re CIl T ii thr- a ihn hns 4 tile iIllemaliIueI 4t with SOhlie ro selit after ii Iliut Witlipi li ittIICto0Iarlilicheerery OpJXrttIijf fr a et thsertice n Ij past lrit two hiring hiS with the reglitiezit ii iehitIl lntldl itp inure than halt the ijC thdor WfehTno over ii Peacefutribe ithen on the flhllitifli huntrtvlce lie Itnil breit out withwhIch 1tieant a liberaledtIcathn ir TwicttJ Piemultit ith go again iiziihCriltie ny and no the ullilOce so had the spokeit lrllcra iiJso far trout reitnPhtrentNt dlirj- S but PiIj Was flateitlitr ththan toexiliiin or iietntlorderCt Ii to clieI1SIiflCtJVefr that It not because l ofa syisheXIFeSsed In 1li pait lien theabrei subaltern as lie c l onIbut biN juzijor t na Oil band and a really did notqliectihirubnbly hut nut of 1r Field itiall the mnjors faOfle1 rai3 oIlng fldjutant shiouhil be sent JuNm the Ioat Ilupialec away Ie Fiehi to nsi ihtrvln lie ronptei viorOureuer that lie ivuuld be wiieisk liP toLu liehint n 13Peiied tinting the had li night titan lieeverly arout1d care tohoned hareo fT not2QhkptI r in 1III reuiInow aair wus thegprc1iJy but tj1 tott Idrilgytiint th lad resented anti stu Torlie pt dt ft r i tIrons t lcii id mitt fia4lI gi Crc in IS 54 tmIC t lZ I g v kab f5iSaPis I i- I I J i k l r 4 pa i iiit v t Ift crr lie turned icy safe can be- ed he quuartCrIh15tS Mr Field at any he the bluiif gray eyes glitter dangerously 1 presume your- S are there the qunrtcminstct was because it ut momeiit1 not open any and placed them o 1 took them answered Field and o uwhere hotly until then tlittl Webb rememhc a t there had bec n quite a fiery tall lowed by hyperborean estrange oihcin t between n nowf as the onW government safe the was InX the olllce of tim rterltfltSterianc4 the only oIlier ig 1hoenlx at was lUll Hays store it lawnetU upon the majc 1 Mr Field had theret it was wed his packages of currency hZttiIt of orders ainl siniple d that vas why lic could not pro ce the money on ylic spot Vebl Itectcd If he let Y start ut dawi i imtil the tradtI held Field back le eight ooliuastir it might Icould iitt forth fore the youngster be pcrhni LIlZCuith keeneyed Indiana e march of the troP and kecpiu g jilant watch for jooisiblc straj be sending the lad t 0 ers It night rtain death for Ilodeier had said ii n o many words time Si 4u about hli ail declared for war Ipad butchcre Dry For hree ranchmen on fired on ami drivca in his lieu ati lards and wood chOPpers am lunt started with Lani3 Volfs b ig Ljandhe one UI StabberA would soc lint spread to each a host of the SiiUX Mor ver there was anothertrefls0Ic would give Field vithlntraatcs of ti adtradershis own grave reasons to lbVouirdent Jlr Field said he emoranduin of the amounts and ill receipt nt once KO thilt you 03 thought of thgo without further ct the cloc nd now with a glance half an hour i irou have hardly which to get reatlycBaisingjiiS faced about cast on it100TtUI3eabhat etiv oi I TItOOPj rlr n edWast Ithn moro lJ e as of c tjlltittbnmahiniigtile Pa1Ii p- mQnn iva peaks far IshacTusflIed ii ur bcorralmIte or tSwift and umnfoJab7of in fro Iriverl1ncrdtjun be itf irEclee1inhuiites acre and lined euery jiinn Iuiu Iiji Safely on the northubatik arIn low Yegiven11Cohiiiiinhittleunlulanti th iuuyed fohicued slowly aw ayby the eyes of half the atrison on the 1lIJff of thi sWerC woI andchildren who giu ethrougha mist oi team saddle flay turmi ted as the lust of hisby men we ntJooketi bug mit the the Jim llght in window of his hpmne wheChINling re deVOted I1ereiijldr to her heart Iils knejt her funI wmtcJiIiig the In hr1s In CeflSCld sprayer Jliniy eader shcould see the fir i 1iei soldier husband sRIiisauidle at thc bank ii Jirarcly siicuiswereI Ike flutter of liantihcchief in r Ioyetlaut prairie and froiii the nurser dl djohlujulif her roolit there rose a y 1leri5dauhfe that told tbatber bI tother to the ale of distant soldie r des coin thrcateliel iy a merciless foedCnIISCQ118 only of her fnfnntniuiaj 1ni expectations icotItt year wcd Ihint brave deroele iintiiliother haul cnoWft but twc hiiriddt1ut quest ofethe bitter end b the red resjstcd wardsthe nation he nn just veering oicr the castnTyet nut majorsanda V od ofrseglaitec for said head to foot then cind In beadeil buckslduhout sign oi soldier garb of any frb in that d strango garb there sorevealeti one o thc ser regiflittp1of ceniccUflI again bearing the rts sabre and of South bulbrIthat many senlor s rouda tItCJUdjfer took Ws fIstiant vt5 4 42 kI I lpI sIseir t y J ifTtrintendent Hunt and General bC nt Arrested Foreman Beyers Were and Placed Under 10000 Bailort sEach For a Hearingeud aNewclistIVOfml four persons were badily were work ordmenAt the point where the cave no urred a Rang of 20 men were at work k which la about 110 feet a hatbelowgeneral superintendent of work said Sunday that two converging cit catqs had appeared la the roof of tile tunnel luring the lay work on Saturday The presence of these scams not believed to Ititilcato iovcvcr was of Ike Pro charactermy more dangerous rock than had previously been eUCOUfl ercd although it was thought necoil- I with a numbertile rootjary to prop II f uptight timber braces The tunnel was being bored bj opendie lug a perpendicular embrasure lio face of the bore nail blasting the sides to the tight and left of this ciubrasureaw Three blasts were de drillers the holes being charged welt toward the roof The drillers thenot withdrew anti the throe blasts vcre di off In rapid succession by blectriCity loosening large quantities of earth andwh rock The drillers say that about tellhi minutes elapsed to allow the csrnoko ho to clear away before Timothy Sullivan su Electrician Sothuettcathe foreman anti advanced the latter intending tova justrLkCwirClight the way They were sixteen workmen The yaguartl of the broken atom the gang had readied sound was heard It p when a rumbyng was great In volume with ilghtnlng like rapidity Those in the rear had just time to turn about and run when crash hundreds oft C with a deafening tens of rock fell on the men at the face a 3t the boring Ital- n t The drillers and two or three reach of the deluge c Inns who were out of knocked flat on their e of rock were al faces by the rush of wind through thee t t tunnel t When the roar lund ceased the cries e of injured workmen echoed through H tunnel Two Negroes in charge oh Ia trait ear which they wore pushingI along the track to be loaded blasted rock rusifettto the opening 200th street and to the pecdwaY IIV cT3istablcs a block away am telephoned an alarm o police lead VJ Ntgrs Reserves were Imme jeUjjie scene Avlille Pdunanforeman rgeneralIll i Bcyen oht ilcDonald the contracts ti F1bulJlflS the tunnel were aUCSIC reached the SCflO f ns soon as they experts lb tat the disaster but being lei work and blasting were permlttc direct the work of rescue LfltC- it rLu a magistrate rejjianded them to ti- iicoroner who lucId thettrin400 5 ha each ICoroter Jackson said he believed tiIt was caused by criminal LtIurcay are ths great rock which fell directly in 1 Ol lie center of the excavation Asa this boulder acting as a hzeystc r ras released the stones on J t4 lte Xnictott i of stone contlnucj all the dlslodsq pleci tunnel v Zio worked Ifthe tunn hat in toot ks bflcitii crun se- Seigiit of lie cfiveIn tremendouS helR f EMIGRATION 5 heJohnRedmoa g Time t 1YStart a Camp Against it L- vgn London Oct 26 aking at KIT Llarney Sunday John the It- d l leader declared V tbiio hadrived to nr- gratios OneagaInst ems d ought to be said Wa9 tlioae exagger prospe t e eld Out to PlOYS and girls it C neat Amen lie Criticised A c receg speecl at W- CarnegIes and saId l tli poorest laborer erord Was hap Iier than timo Inajof- tKrry ironicaJagmen in the States w OrnellIthaca fliversity- tniistees board of- clded of Cornell unIversity has de- feller to begfn work the nen Roche- Cttldwln hail of Smith iaapd the new Se wi3tspiring EteII b lag wiI1 cost the 250000 sib TheVoia ecra ofAme of the Volunteers0A genena rally here Sundays Thn was belaorwas In the ilrcsses of a re- eeting and the ad wmade werj a of tho alice arm Its needs and a plea for assist I ror Detjtut5 M Vienna O t acedon laneGIflUSIoflanosarnj FUrnaJieffadpml York for the pa of maiclag a Newion of ho tourrail destItute Macedonian8C furue io- fleUrgent MovemIcCapo Haytlen Hat Oct 2Thie T- nsurgent movement In th lotIzica Tr- PLthJ1Ci58Preadlng S Otho counriregas Monte Iaslrkcome out In favorot IhCmOs Ninety Fre- Kansca C1t eight uri Pa 1H iJi jc4 4 1a r J 4taasadol as 1States chael Her ally sign his mission i1i tended 8kOPSir lIenry timers career ero published In London papep Monday morning satisfaction s expressed that suck accompllsheuj diplomat with his shouht- d and been chosijn for the Washington t he Standard feays rgnpposes that I gn Secretary Lansdowne has beelr- t c in this chic cc by the persona iwledge ho gained in India liassadors quallficVUlons the United States en coniplain that his ma 3 goV mcnt does not select thetalent Its disposal for Washington DIED SUDDENLY f Robert H Thurston of Cofltl1 University Passes Away haca N IVOct 26Prof Robe Thurstou director of the Sibley eol- e of engineering Cornell unlversitY d suddenly Sunday night at bi Ho was slttlpgnue on the campus his library shortly before oclQCk iltlng the arrival of former P esl nt Andrew D White Dean iluftcut the college of law Prof hewitt and hers who were to be his guests Itt nner Sunday being his 64th blrth He seemed to fall asleep but 2n his wife mado efforts to rouse m shb found him UflCOflSclOuS and died before a physician could be imoned Heart disease was the use of death Ho had been In ap rent good health anti spirits and had st returned from a brisk walk MURDERIN A MAYORS OFFICE iceman Shot Down By An Art DeaI er at Savannah Ga I Savannah Ga Oct 24Pohicemas harles A Collins was shot dowit It he mayors offlco by Henry G Green n art dealer and was probably niora ally wounded Green who was euitiy arrested by Collins was prose- ating a charge of false arrest agains t he officer and when a certain ques ion was asked by the policeman reflecting on his character Green su- dimly drew a revolver and shot Collin S through the breast The mayorS oflic- was a crowded at the time with elt- offIcials and citizens who wep- ested in the case MILLIONAIR H Make il44 t tate iii i lie Will motldn llsui the i TI vu Cineiuhin and railBC rref 26Biirttir thc life sayIflgith0 crews from three the entire sum flier with lt- two large hOtelsBeach moro costi II would hundredP night charred Umber and ashof band- housand ome dohlansIoand lamar- Business mani nce Failure During the Week New York 7 Wftho- ctetatortlnumber gainst 203 we the likeeek of 1902 223 in 9Oi Mme Senibri n Chicago Chicago Oct 26t MarceIla- th mbrjch opened h American touta sonrecit en that taxed le standing room and a9i- t BIshopwjj received by the cforigf propaganda it appears Vo onneil Is the most1 indidates for th Archbishop y V uard Housc on theTarrtajV ashington Oct 24Thment has authorize COflL ofa guard LIO tim Tat Peklng China soldiersstlttloned in thatcit- en Yeart 0I Count seiulrg- tates enton N J 0 dIstrIct court eyuius was FenteneA- patnjck to tenycurs r countereJtJg foundi- p 4 e t 2j1 I s a t d Y i DRGODFVNTW- ants Who Is C0fla Decision as to gresaional Nominee Louisville Ky Oct 2Dr Godfrey untervhas requested Chairman C ta ateeting of the repub lelcande whether he or D C E he republican nominee for coflgreS3- n w the Eleventh district Dr Hunter alms thai the Eleventh district cone c essltfnSfcommlttee has ne power tot In the case Dr Hunter It Is saId c s the power behind the throne nni- tho s state central committee wilt do- clam d him nominee d Frankfort Ky Oct 23The Hun rEdwards tight in the Eievcflth dIs- trict r turn Thursday when t took a new Secretary of State 11111 receIved an affidavit from C M Bartlett of L0U Imiville chairman of the republican state central committee that Sherman ofiho Eleventh operi solilrsi2a district cUmttce is the goyernth authority fjthe party in that district anti settle- tall and pass upon disputes and contests that may jise In that district Secretary Hill notified Judge Pryor oi4 Hunters attorneys and will- hieLr both sides again if the Edward4 wish to argue Frankfort Ky Oct 26Judge Set tie oV the Kentucky court of appeals will lAonday hear a motion to dissolve a temporary restraining order granted by the iKnox circuit court restraining Ihie couity clerks of the coufltiei of- tlto ElCA nth congressional district from placets the name of Di W God frey Hunt on the ballot as the nmni- ace of the Republican party to succeed the lato CoWressman Vincent Bore- ing IiuntCr contention is that tiu courts have iot jurisdiction to Inter- fete in this purely political matter HIT FSVE TIMES A N Bentley ShoV and Kille By B N Roller at LivingstOn Mt Vernon KyOCt 26At Ingston ten miles IO Roller master o Ingstoit di Nashylhli I stantlv inecj ne t a iSa irti4 tJ1mipark e 4 A ii S 4w ia ai 4aI v v f ki t 4 ft jStaah a IJy the GoodrIchi1ut but was spreadin farmers of the work checking the progrl to prevent it from reachin buildings I Destructive Fire at Whltesbu Whitesburg Ky Oct 26 fV the most destructive flresyV visiled this town Fas t 4 i 1a a AtHSt F 4 t a 5i Jtv i t 7 t 5I v 1 ra t r p t Football Game Brox Either Side 8c a L xingtonKy 24An infL nt riot resulted effootbal garne ween the second teams of Stute ge and Kentucky unlvesity on the tiers Jleld breaking up the gamq Ithout either side scoring ily 300 students Including Ui rte cams of both colleges were mix d up In the affray A dozen ys re lived black eyes and abrastires of the kin but beyond that no damage was one No knives or pistols were awn but several clubs were used Partisan cuthurfasts not connected di ctly with the colleges drove tiurotigh he lighting crowds on the gridiron striking right and left with theW buggy whips Professors and coolerheadS among the older students finally sepa rated the bolllgerents A meeting of the faculty of Kei tacky university was held FrldS night Upon testimony of rnemnberst the faculty who attended the gaD3e Kentucky university students ierel- ucid not blameworthy Pres1dentij nis A Jenkins of Kentucky universi witnessed the riot and assisted i Jquelling it KNIVES WERE 131i8Y One Man Kilted and Another Stabb4 In An Eleclon Quarrel i ML Sterling Ky Oct 2GIn ticulty over some land fla2Q fatally cut Little Jop son was wounded P one cut being unde t lingered about ft a Sunday morning V years old and lof children Jols 40 years olQ In a fight 1a a saloonJ 1 serloUsl 5 ta I mfri r i 44 t I a4 f al- s a a 4 5 I I a 4 a alc 6 a 4 r 4 4I 4 c 14SS t a 4 aiS 4as a a a 1 4 q I 4 P v v jivv1 tv 4 a a a g D 1 s ttt1L1lAX 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