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STATE NEWS ITEMS.
THE CLAY COUNTY FEUD.
Tfca rilpot ractlaa Will Taka Ik raet (
la ruCeraUka rilpl Chaasa
Laader of Iks Ckla4 Far.
Lordon, Kjr., Job IS. Thlngi took
more warlike now thn erer In CI 17
county. Since the troopi hare left the
feudists have the county to themtslvsa,
M)1 will no doubt battle it out at the
flrat more on either slile.
A new faction It coming Into the
feud now the I'llpota. They will help
out the Baker. The Bakers are with
out a leader, and John I'll pot, the wlt
ntaa who testified that he was "feelln'
fer the lakers," will lead thslr forces.
The rilpota are the atrongest and moit
feared faction In this section. They
number 300 fighters. They are pre
paring for war.
They hare had three doten Winches
ters shipped Into the county. The
guns arrived Tuesday. Dob Taker,
aged SI, cousin to Tom llaker, came to
(.ondon Wednesday morning, saying
he expects to lire here, where his life
Is not In danger. He says he knows
who killed Tom Baker.
I happened to be looking at the win
dow where the shot was fired. About
a minute before the shot I saw a man
snd know who he was. I saw htm
shoot and run. I'm afraid to tell now,
but when we get all prepared I'll tell
who he Is and drop him myself,
"They tried to kill me In Manchester
the first night I went there. A news
paper correspondent waa talklDg to
me and I was standing behind his
chstr. 1 heard something behind me
Just across the fence In the garden and
saw Tom Watt, a colored man, point
ing a ptstol at me.
"I sat down In a window so he
couldn't get at me. Daugh White was
making signs to him. I got my- broth
ers together and we went right then
toCoL Williams, and askeil htm for
Tti roralga faaaraae CaaapaaU Waa
lade Cat Barar Ika Xalakr
Caarl af Aapaal.
I Frakktort. Kt June lft. About SO
i foreign Insurance companies, recently
Indicted and fined heavily In the
V Franklin circuit court on the charge of
conspiring UjjtbT to fix Insnraae
I rates won ix. the court of appeals Thurs-
dj- in deeiete reversing the Jndff
- Jjmeat of. the eeort fcetow. The foes as-
BSBaUs-al tfaMlMAA a St..-. uaa4S I u Ijaa. .ail
SnOTVVl sj im VVaWWaBipi WWk vaaaav
rovsty aleaa aggregated over WO, 000,
ad. In addition to this,
Indictments hare been found
against them In nearly half of
the counties In the slate. The opinion
f the court was unanimous except
edge Uuffv. The companies affected
rc all those under the jurlstletlon of
he Kentucky and Tennessee board of
surance underwriters. Insurance
en say that had the Judgment of the
lower court been affirmed all foreign
reinsurance companies would hare with
rawn from the Kentucky field.
lwrls raaUk I w Breaker.
KnASxroKT, Ky.t June 17. The re-
Mport of State Inspector Lcstsr, who
was sent by the governor to Knott
county, shows that a lawless element
has been overrunning the county. A
band of 300 regulators have terrorised
the law-abiding people. Forty of them
are under indtetmeat, but can not be
convicted beeaM the band la feared.
The Inspector reeetaaends legislative
actios providing for the circuit Judge
to secure Jurors from distant counties
to try these eases.
Ike larrer Caaaae4.
Lascartko, Ky., June 1A. Citizens
of thts county are enthusiastic, over
the fact that a corps of engineers be
gan at Burgln Wednesday and will
make a general survey of the proposed
(Southern railroad extension from Bur
gln to Mlddlesboro, touching thts
Ike Laa-Taile War.
MiDDLr.sBono, Ky., June 10. The
Lee-Taylor war Is still raging in Har
lan county. There has been no more
murders but every one goes armed. The
feudists keep their actions concealed
and have warned newspaper men to
OwcKsnono, Ky June 17. Roscoe
Nantz, son of Curtis Nantz, of this
county, while playing near his home,
pulled a lumber pile over upon himself
afia was killed.
Tebacca Haas Baraed.
Hehpkmon, Ky., June 17. Thomas
Hodge's tobacco house at Nebo, Hop
kins county, burned at noon. Loss,
145,000; insurance, 135,000.
Tke Traape Leave far Barbearsvtlle.
Manchester, Ky June IS. Col Wil
liams and his troops left for Harbours
vllle, having In custody AL Dee, Wiley
and Jim Baker, who will be Jailed at
Barboursville. The body of Tom Baker
was taken to the old amity burying
ground at Crane Creek for Interment
A Lars Calf.
Ow EMTOir, Ky., June 14. J. W. Mai
ford ha a calf one day old that weighs
500 pounds. Is five feet eight Inches In
leBgtb, and two feel eight Inches high,
(be largest Terkmotr (n tbU CQVPUt.
BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS.
Tk Oeveraer Is Determlaed ta fleeter
Fee la Claf Caaatj Regard
less af Cst
Frankfurt, Ky., June 17. Gov.
Brsdley has not the power to declare
martial law In the county of Clay,
where a reign of terror exists as the re
sult of the assassination of Tom llaker
last Saturday, but he Intends to restore
order there, regardless of cost The
governor received a tetter Friday after
noon from Circuit Judge Ever
sole denying that had, as re
ported, adjourned court at Msnches
ter because of the fesr of personal vio
lence. The Judge aaya that court was
adjourned because he resllzed that
Justice could not be meted out with
affairs In such ehaottc condition. He
says that he will hold a special session
In Clay within the next few weeks.
The troops will probably be sent back
If order can not be restored and
those under Indictment tried, a special
session of the legislature would be the
o'nly remedy. Under tht present Ken
tucky law the governor can not even
appoint a apeclal Judge until the regu
lar Judge haa refused to sit and the
circuit clerk notifies him thst the mem
bers of the bar have fat'ed to elect. In
Clay county the circuit clerk Is a mem
ber of the White faction, and. If Judge
Evrrsole should decline to sit, he
would prsctlea ly have the selection of
his successor. If an extra session
wero held the county of Clay would
cither be abolished and divided up
among adjoining counties, o.- the gov
ernor would be given power to appoint
special Jndges at will and special
grand Juries from other counties to go
to a lawless county and Investigate
and find the Indictments.
The governor Frldsy night declsred
to be false the speclsl dispatch sent
out from Lexington Thursday that he
was equipping soldiers in Eastern Ken'
tucky to go to Harlan county. The
condition there Is much better than it
Is In Clay county.
Tkej Are riaaalaaj la llalld a Mntaal
Caeaarege Work at Loala-llU A
Lot'lsviiXK, Ky., Juno 10. Distillers
who are indeDendeot of the Kentucky
Distilleries and Warehouse Co. are
planning; to Vulld a mutual cooperage
a-nrVa In Toit-rtlJa. Tk wh4 tr. Var-
ret lamine, wwe started sfeerUy after
the bourbon treat waa formed con
tinues. The price of barrels Is so high
that many distillers nave limited their
production. This they say is due to
the fsct that the combine contracted
for the output of the large cooperage
concerns and practically controls the
barrel market In Kentucky and else
where. A Mob After Htm.
Middlmboko, Ky., June 10. -At Rock
House, Letcher county, John Moore
and Chris Craft engaged In a quarrel
In the presence of Wllllsm Maggard.
Maggard took sides with Moore, when
Craft pulled a pistol and shot Maggard
to death. Craft escsped, but was fol
lowed by a furious mob, and If caught
will probably be lynched, aa excite
ment la high.
Cealaeker Fonad Oaltl.
Frankfort, Ky., June IT. In the
United Ststes court Thursday Thomas
J. Rudder, of Owen county, was con
victed of counterfeiting and sentenced
to five years' Imprisonment. Rudder Is
ssld to be a member of an organized
gang In Owen county.
Harder fentear Affirmed.
Frankfort, Ky., June 18. The 14
year sentence of Alex. Fence, of Madi
son county, wss affirmed Wednesday
by the court of appeals. He killed
James Smith, whom he thought was
too Imtlmste with his wife, who wai
10 years old. Fence being 00.
Mt. Stermno, Ky., June 10. The
annual meeting of the General Associ
ation of Kentucky Baptists began here
Thursday. The Baptist churches are
entitled to a representation of 2,100
Parage Verdict ABUmed.
Frankfort, Ky., June 13. The court
of appeals Tuesday affirmed a Judg
ment against the U t N. Rsltrosd Co.,
which gives 113,000 damages to Miss
Christine McKwan, of Frankfort
TT. J. Vlaarl Was.
Riciimokd, Ky., June IS. W. J. Kit
nart of Versailles won the Junior ora
torical contest at Central university
Tuesday night Subject, "States and
rarekased m UlalllUrr.
Paris, June IS. II. 0. Haynes,
former manager of the I'arls DUtllltng
Co., and John 11. Trimdle, of Paris,
have purchased the Buffalo Springs
distillery at Stamping Ground, Scott
Bab Drewaed la i Tab of Water.
Versailles, Ky., June 15. The two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Foe Tuesday fell In a tub of
water and drowned. Last March an
otbtr babe of tht tamo family did
ad ef Ik Bladr la Ik New Test,
mill-laleraatlsaal faadaF iekael
laao ferJaae BS, IBM.
tPpeclsllr Adapted from Fttoubtt'a Notes.)
OOLDKN TKXT.-TM Is a faithful say
Inc. and worthr of sll acceptation, that
Christ Jesus earn Into tb world to savs
slnnsrav 1 Tim. 1:11
"I knew a man who went a thousand
miles and back, and supported himself
at great expense, to be with Agssslcs
few weeks at his summer school at Pen
Ikese. An hour with the great natural.
1st would have empty repaid the trouble
and expense. To even see the maatet
of any department Is helpful.
"Christ Is the master In the depart
ment of spiritual life. We hare had all
months' study with Him and of Him.
Happily we do not have to go to Judeav
ne sayst 'I will come to you and malci
my abode with you,' and 'Lo, I am with
you alway, even unto the end ef the
world,' either as to time or space.
"It Is not fish we experiment on, as
did Agasslz, but touts, ourselves. Bo
there can be no more Interesting
study. Bishop n. W. Warren, In & a
JIEVIEW BT C1IAFTER8.
In our last quarterly review wc
itudled the first ten chapters of John
by chapters, giving a suggestive title to
tach. It will be well to review tbon
titles first, and then take up the re
maining chaptera aa given here. Th
first diagram contains the tltlea as
riven in the lessonswe have been study
ing, The second leaves the apacea foi
tuch titles as the teacher and tcholai
may agree upon.
One needs to note not only the titles
)f the chapters, but the progress of the
Jevelopment of the mission of Christ
John dors not attempt to write a biog
raphy of Christ, but brings to our view
certain salient points, milestones oi
progress, essential features to the
presentation of the work of Christ, tak
ing for granted that we know the life
of Christ as recorded in the other Gos
pels. Drill on the whole book by chapter,
ss given In the two reviews. After the
class reviews, the outline of the book
nay be put on the blackboard, and the
proper titles called for from the school
and written In their places. Then drill
the school till every scholar ahall hare
Lhe outline of the Gospel impressed
upon his memory.
SIjAM nZVIKW BT DRAWING BLIPS.
The Sunday School Times suggests
the two following -aothods of review:
"Natural turlcsity aa to what Is 'com
ing next' may .) taken advantage of In
arousing and hoijlng the interest.
"A teacher in the Woodland Fresby
lerisn Sundsy school ot a!-detp4a
Miss Fredrica L. Ballard, recogu&ed
this In reviewing last quarter's leasfe)
in ncr class or young children, ne
wrote nearly SO simple questions, eat
ne on a slip of paper about nix iaehM
tesg ana am net wwe. nita tae
gainer artMUW ner Ht the
fc-hsvll boar SW I iSia .J)j
la her baBd, aad reauthe questions sue
by one In their numbered order and se
quence of thought The flrat question
urawn was answered oerore drawing
another. The scholar who first an
swered the question correctly, or more
correctly thsn others, kept the slip. So
the method proceeded until nil the slips
were drawn, eoch scholsr making an
effort to have the largest number of
slip at the end. The teacher was not
obliged to answer a single question her
self. She saya that there was the best
of feeling throughout, and that the
lass waa never before so deeply Inter
eated In a review exercise."
Once, while I lived In the City of De
struction, which Bunyan describes,
thero came to me John lirlfl, who
troubled me grestly because he 10:8-11.
At first I 11:10, becsuse I 20:9. Then
tame voices saying 11:27; 12:3J, 48;
17:17. Then I Joined the noble band
described in Acts 17:11. Here I saw a
vision of 14:2 and Rev. 21, and found
there not only Rev. 22:1-3, but John
14:27, and 13:11, and 13:12, end 13:13.
And my soul longed for these things.
Then I said: Where Is the path? And
a voice answered 14:01, and I said:
Who shall guide me? And the voice
said 16:13. Then I said: I am not fit
to go there. And the Tolce said 3:3, and
3:3, and 13:3. And I said: What do
they do there? And the voice said,
13:14,13; 14:13; 15:12; 17:18,21. And
I sold: Lord, how shall I do these
things? And the Tolce replied 15:4, 7.
Then tho voice asked me 21:18 (f. c),
snd I replied 20:23 and 21:18 (m.'c). '
nam's Harm Bleat.'
The fairest Joys bloom where the bit
terest tears liuvo fallen.
Even in privtto we are overheard by
Carmel faith leads to Cnrmel victory.
It does not change the truth to look
at It with colored glasaes.
The man cannot help being an op
timist who is looking to God all the
It is the goodness you are looking for
In others, that will fill your own life.
Instead of loving only those who
love us we are to lore also the unloving
nd the unlovable.
To help our fellow-men requires tact
Every man that will not allow God
to regenerate him becoming degen
erate. Tle Natlr Old Uentlemaa.
A soldier In Manila, who was ordered
to the hospital at Corregldor, was on
tho beach one morning when he saw a
particularly natty old gentleman carry
ing a cane coming toward hi a. The
stranger was curious about the hospital
and about the fighting with the Fili
pinos. For two hours they talked nad
the old gentleman concluded by draw
ing a map on the sand of the bays and
Inlets about Manila and the position of
the fleet It was only after the parting
that the soldier learned that he had
been talking with Admiral Dewey.
AN 0UTIN0 PARADISE.
Long Island Is tn undiscovered conn
try to a great number of people. Very
few resllze that the little line shown
on the large map Is one hundred and
thlrtv-four miles long and of varying
widths up to twenty-fire miles. Few
realize that It was Jbe first section of
the United States nettled by colonists
from both England and Holland, and
thst the!.' towns are to-day full of pic
turesque Keuses, beautiful avenues of
trees, In fact with all the Inland beau
ties and In addition the various attrac
tions of the seashore.
While the South Shore for a portion
of Its length Is almost level, the North
Shore Is hilly and heavily wooded.
Every portion of the Island is well
suited for man's abiding place. It has
in a most marked degree the three
great necessities of life and civilization,
Good Air, Good Water and Good Roads.
The western section (Queens and Nns-
,saii Counties) Is crossed In every direc
tion by the best of macadam roads;
six hundred miles having been built
within three years. The eastern end
of Suffolk County has excellent rosds
consisting of macadam, gravel, shell
and country roads running through the
woods or along the shore. Fishing,
golfing are all Indulged In undermost
A NEW EXPERIENCE,
Fkeb Ass Was Orratlr WorrtM
Over the Action of the
Trees and Iloase.
She Is only a little black pickaninny who
lives down in Georgis. She ii under s dozen
years in sge and until s short time ago had
iiad sll of her life on s rural plantation.
Trains snd their sttendtnt movements were
utterly unknown. Indeed, what Fhebe Ann
knew of anything outiide of that plantation
would not make the beginning of a primer.
She wai being educated for a lioune serrtnt
and hence was not txrmltted to roam to any
great extent. She was busy about the big
boute sll day snd st night retired to the
shack set spart for her family.
Along in the season, for tome good res
son, it became nereixarr for the family to
more into a city. The little negro girl was
wanted, for she had much (kill in soothing
the childish woes of the heir to the estates.
So it was derided that she mutt accompany
the expedition. From the time the entered
the carriage to ride to the railway atation
'Phebe Ann waa in a state of suppressed ex-
ritement. She tit betide "Mi Amy," as
the called her mitreu, and with stsring
eyes took in sll thst passed without com
ment When she wss tsken into the train her
wonderment wai amuiing. She sat gin-
Serly on the cushions, looked out of the win
ow and generally seemed uncertain con
cerning the possibilities of the future. She
was silent until the train commenced to
move. Then her fear took shape. She saw
the landscape passing rapidly before her and
her ryes filled, her lip quivtred and ahe
"What'a the matter, Phebe Annt" atked
"Oh, Mitt Amy," walled the plckanninr.
"wlifth all item linn mnA tree a.ffnin' mt? '
r. A seat oa'.he tloor wss the only means
Dtsilil to niet the bars of the chifd.-Chi-
at at. 1 -a tm Imj SS.tl
Tsn St US ! 4111 StSA
drweBtie. with a iarrisc. aareattlc lauch.
"1 hurt sll over snd don't care whether the
sun rites to-morrow or not. But I'm not se
riously ill. I'm jocosely, flippantly snd farci
cslly ill. I'm going through sll the symp
toms, but don't mean one of them." Wstn
"Say, you knew Deacon Hardway's boy
Hen, who went up to the city to study med
icine, didn't you!"
"Oh, yes: I knowed Hen well. Whst
"He killed himself day before yeiterday."
"You don't say! What waa the matter!
Couldn't he git no outiide practice!" Chi
It should he remembered to the everlast
ing credit of the men that when a woman
becomes famous, no men clsim that they
were once engaged to her. Atchison Globe.
Figures may not lit, bnt estimatei are
often mislesding. Chicago Daily News.
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MISSING TIIE JUBILEE.
Titer Was On Woman Whs eem4
I B Icaorant of the Vast
That Peae Had Com,
It vrts in ths mldit of the peace (ubilr
and th editor wis the bu tint individual in
town, hut he visitor got In on him, , snd,
whst wss worse, tat down snd showed other
signs of remaining, none of which the editor
"Kxcnae me," laid the vltltor of hit own
volition, "but csrt't I stk you sn Important
"What it It!" usponded the editor, with
out looking up from hit work, which is al
ways a sign tbst anybody ought to under
rtand. "Ain't this a peace Jubilee we're baring In
"It certslnly it."
"And the 'peace jubilee It a celebration of
pesce, sln't jtt"
"And peace meant that war is off, don't
"Of court it does."
"And that the olive branch it hang
ing low. and that everybody ia falling
on everybody else's neck, snd thst every
body Is gttd ths war clouds hsvs rolled by,
snd thst good fellowship it now prevailing
everywhere, snd thst tvery bosom throbs
responsive to tht gentle coo of the dove, snd
tbst everybody it westing white wings, snd
thst there won't be sny more tcrspt, snd
thst everybody is kiating snd making up;
it means that, don't it!"
"Kiaetly," responded ths editor, plested
to ditcover so comprehensive s knowledge
from such sn untutpected quarter.
"I thought to," said ths visitor, rising.
"I'll go back home uad tell my wife about it.
When I left there an hour ago I don't be
lieve she knew It had happened. Good
morning." And the visitor went out before
the editor had time to extend hia sym
pathy. Washington, Star.
Tk United State m. Power for Good.
A distingulahed historian writes, while
referring to this nation's advent as a col
onizing power, that we represent the "cen
tury'a political conscience," and that our
influence for good over European spherca
will be immense. TJiia result was just ss
inevitable as is the cure which follows the
ute of Hottetter's Stomach Hitters, the
great remedy which is found in every home
snd drug store throughout the country. It
cures indigestion, constipation, overworked
kidney snd liver, allays nervousness, and
tonea up the whole system.
Overheard In a Cemetery.
Boyle I am strongly opposed to crema
tion. I think it is carrying things entirely
Covle How so!
"We would then be compelled not only
to earn our living but to urn our dead."
N. Y. World.
A Dalnlr Somrarr Datb.
For a refreshing summer bath ute aoft
water. Make a dozen or more cheese cloth
bags. Fill them with oat meal, and finely
shaved Ivory Soap, add a little powdered
orris root, mix well, and tie up securely. One
bag in a tub full of warm water will make a
delightful, cleansing bath, and render the
skin soft and smooth as velvet.
ni.IZA It. PAHKEH.
OlaaTnoslnar Her Case.
ne If I were rich, dsrling, would you I
love me more insn you oo:
She I might not love you sny more, Hen
ry, but I know r would look forward to our
wedding day with a degree of impatience
that never teems to possess me at present.
Chicago Evening Newt.
Tats SJaaT t JUsWt'a nUtS.
tr AUm g.C4sajtoL
I Ot AW'S
auha-Hls a-attaEa-HtajBBa-SiaV as iaiMi asssTssssWT
CsnCsii SsV-V"wTDaJia iait alTTVn9Vf MaT7l
Corns, Bualons and iagrowtaa; HaBa. All
arugfitu ana seoe stores sen iu ia cents.
God help me to keep from under the
thumb of the mam, who rigidly observes the
letter of the law, but who haa no concep
tion of its spirit. Virginia Etchings.
For stockings snd mittens for the chil
dren, dye the wool with Putnam Fadeless
Dyes, Kcarlet, Cardinal or Turkey red. Each
time you waih them makes them brighter.
If one friend's sdvice doesn't suit you,
keep on stking your friends until one gives
the kind you want. Atchison Globe.
Pito's Cure Is a wonderful Cough medi
cine. Mrs. W. Fickert, Vsn Sirlen snd
Ulake Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. SB, 'M.
Some people demand that the world cot
only be patient with Aheir foolishness, but
that it applaud. Atehfjon Globe.
Hall's Catarrh Care
Is a Constitutional Cure. Frice, 75c.
Some smart men are fools for revenue
only. Chicago Daily News.
When a river has s run on its banka it
floatt a lot of stock. L. A. W. Bulletin.
Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.
" Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New
Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all
other brands for
UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND
STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES.
Wfnchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon
having them when you buy
LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, v
"SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE."
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ITT" V -T"T-T
lassirs Wii m n
af A aTha HT W
W& M WII'
Head Ac3e ? t
Aro your nerves wcsVP
Can't you deep well? Psln
In youf back? Leek cnernr?
Appetite poor? Digestion
bad? Dolls or pimples?
These are suro signs of
From what poisons?
From poisons that are si
ways found In constipated
If the contents of the
bowels are not removed from
the body each day, as nature
Intended, these poisonous
substances aro sure to be
absorbed Into the blood, al
ways causing suffering and
frequently causing severe
There Is a common sense
They dally insure an essy
and natural movement of
You will flndthattbe use of
with the pills will hasten
recovery. It cleanses tho
blood from all Impurities and
Is a great tonic to the nerves.
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