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T H E c Lh o a ir y M TIMES
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YOLo 7 OLAY CITE KYIWft T J
Rumored Sale of the L 4 E
Ther was an unconfirmed re
port in the business world this
week concerning the sale of the
Lexington Eastern railroad to
the 0 0 It is hardly proba I
ble that the L E people I
would sell their property as it is E
worth much more than the larger i
corporation would be willing to i
pay Its passenger and freightjs
immense and the company would I
hardly consider a proposition
such as the 0 O would make E
The territory traversed by the
Lexington and Eastern is practic I
ally untouched there is an abun
dance of coal on its line and a
good market for it Long trains 4
loaded with lumber railroad ties
large timbers and other products I
of the mountain forests are daily
hauled by the company TheI
recent discovery of oil and gas in
this territory is destined to make
it one of the important lines of
the state A fact not generally
known isflhat on the companys
rightofway in Lee county agood
pressure of natural gas was found
It is not one of the big trunk line
that got in the papers every day
but it does a powerful big busi
ness Beattyville News
The Kentucky Educational
sociation at a meeting in Loui
ville adopted resolutions recom
mending radical and dangerous
thrill oain thoaehooL1u o
or St to wlnc 1 inljrbj n come
ee drafted into a bill and pre
cited to the Legislature to
enacted as a law The law tl
recommend would bo an outr
upon each school district It d < t1
nics each district the right to
elect its own trustees to employ
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LEXINCTON KY
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Tlfferi ta thnnands ot IndneI In Sllil Tat
Gnat or Full Badnraa Course laelndla
tlon Books and Hoard In family about tJO
Shorthand Type Writing and Telegraphy specWu
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its own teacher and denies the
district the right to buy its own
schoolhouse furniture fixtures f
and etc and centralizes thet
whole power in the hands of a
paid county hoard that can em
ploy teachers whether they are c
satisfactory or not We believe 1
the patrons of eachschool dis
trict are the best judges of their i
needs and wants and that the a
right and privilege to conduct
and controll their own affairs f
should not be taken from them 1
We do not know itand have no t
evidence now to prove it but it
is our opinion that the big pub
lishers of school books maps
charts andetcand the manufac 1
turers of schoolhouse furniture I
supplies and etc are behind this
scheme These concerns have
dipped their hands into the
school laws of every State when 1
eve they could As a rule it is
much easier for those concerns to I
deal with a county school board
than it is with the trustees of
each school district and whether I
or not they are behind the pro
posed law they will welcome itI
for it will be on their liking
Paris 2 zette
I zettei
i on the death of e
a drinking a pint
e Anderson News
pnclusion that he
u hold of some of
this City
infill average
flereon county
1101 the last thirty
yet an joyi ng good
hear r lie New Jigjres that In
that time the man has consumed
12776 quarts which would give
him 255500 seperale drinks and
would have cost hi riiitboughtore1
the bur the neat swim of f j 8uO
The News vouches for the truth in
this story but witi folds the nan e
of the indhld ullv
The farmers of Kentucky hrve
not as yet presented tp the Led
latnre any bill which has for if
purpose the prbteetion o seep
and the other stock from the r va
gcsofdogs The Stotenc 1i
law to protect the bheenjjjhdu r
especially Sheep hvecdin t td
raising have been proTit ole ji ll Jt
oftI
or the States oftbil1 count yP
tho stork has tlceii rotCtste r J
simple safeguard ra ensures
not in Kentucky wlieie vbe 4
cimataandthe natural rej 4
are of such a n8tut Chit the m 1 i
eat farmer in the statemay ryu
small flock without txpnseiijji
with profit1 Hhedoghowever ii
in the way of the small breeder
who cannot house his tlookal ji rj
the Legislature should r tecl tl
I property of the people of the siaS
from ravo by dogs and In in
way can that body tenders greatel
servICe to the farmers largo au
small than by passing a law whicl
will give diem immunity fgr theii
property from the ravages of anl
mals which give neither proteotlor
nor profit to their ownersCov
illstlli h iI Ii
Teaqhing the young 1dei < +
lynch is the latest fad in Kentuck
where a mob lynchedii negro ii
the yard of a high school
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mingJohn jlis SlSS10 11
John W ravettR h1u
hie life loinursday by Cf
buy proremoins were
Mrs All Wells Grave
moved into nlpide of her son
Puckett teceeded her two
Qravctt leaves
Uncle Shiptu3
to say te thope daughter beside 1
Mound that fiends and relatives
their pension toss
I
Tack WillHy young man who
Samuel Berred suggested to his
has bought hihould argue some
stove and is 110d frankly every
cook to know more of
The sale of Mrsfirst qjv
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tUrlnJ
good prices F iL was auctioneer co
and his good prices obtained pro ByE
mises him a clear fiiold in the e11i
ture all
turcThomas
Thomas Tip on has soldo Vir this
stock of merchandise to Wijrn I they
Eros sold his farm to Archie JJj
King and moved to Milk sO eel
where he w 511 do coniirti wol
on new vaiload Mr Krl
to be our viliin e Wpck feini
Wo are glad fa see Archie
s
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new lniun i y to 111OVO 13 to >
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Bill was Vjsftftg his s
D N Witt lest Tluitsojj
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heat last Thurs
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La sole shortly and seH
111 property and moo
icky river has been
V for the time of t le
fording at most nll
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+ f this place was
r j st Friday andSa
3ogs for his Uncl
be flogs
ri e Mclntosh who
for health for
G what impro
Atla
a fine year
aBJk in tho mud
dtid
L i i i 1
d him he had
i died
l Iron Mound
b 1 o Arch King
Jillers Creel
nUI1Sn the L i
Aftech who has
joo l her father
J Tall c or some time
the ono near Tick
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they1t all dc
for sale to
t the court
ing duly ad
a publicity
desire and we
lY of them wil
pears to us that
ijcould adopt this
Vigo to the conn
Arodsburg Dom
1N
hue discovered
> iiye5ght year
Aable ago for
fowling Greet
hip id spending
i in peace ant
ear Claywool One
j about this mule
1 was thirty year
econd set of teeth
rIJ L Willoughty
friends of the mule
I truth of this state
p
yrit way of saving is to
S things
orjli earl Walks or Cod
JIve BomoQuincne 111hle
ld in one day No cure
f rice 23 cells
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If you take liberties be pu > pam
to give them
Ivevrs > Iiccdo lit heals all
Wiih too old tote > iJ T
heed to rum
Knowlpdseniay be power bi1
I its seldom s powerriifeno h tt
move a stubborn mn
fd
Qovenor Beckham in his mes
sage thus pays a graceful tribute
to the mountain people
In the mountains of Kentucky
whose people have been the ob
jects of much unmerited abuse
and have been charged with law
lessness and crime you will find a
most favorable condition of af
fairs The public officials there
are doing their very
utmost to enforce the law and the
people begining to realize tlw
vast riches locked in their moun
tains lire offering every opportu
nity and inducement for the in
vestment of capital and the open
iug up of this vast unexplored
field of natural wealth There
is no reason why it should not be
done and we may confidently
look forward to a wonderful ad
vancemcnt in that part of the
State in the next few years
The credit Mens Association
of Kentucky will have introdu
ced in the State Legislature n
bill designed to protect whole
sale merchants from being de
frauded by secret and sudden
sales of stocks of goods It pro
vides that a sale cannot be made
without seven days notice to cred
itors
WANTED Several persons of charac
ter and good reputation in each state
nne in this county required to repre
a WSeheti wedltl q 1 t
p 1t tr rE1b
ry JCliljVhI exp enteAadd
lffi payable in cash each Wednes
day direct from head offices Horse and
carriages furnished when necessary
References Enclose selfaddressed
stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax
ton Uaiding Chicago
Mrs Lena Williame who Will i
iams who lives 2i miles from Camp
ton has found a silver mine on her
farm She has had the ore annul
yzed and it has proved to be genu
ine She found a cave with a bar
rel of tools and also unearthed a
box containing 1500
A Pointer For laves o i
If you wish yoi puenb business
iropeily and promptly done send it to
wJt Co Patent LIATVC Ii nosto
U S Patent olllce lvrs fin IV C
They have no dlssa shed clieni Wtfi
hem for iheic conlcJenlipl letter A
mstal cn d wl Irnj a nod t rimy bH
vorili money to yoj Se erdese
where in tirs peps
Some variety of girls are sweet
as sugar of the powdered variety
ITmm Fo e Sale
Form of 50 a erj pl bottom lud
at Walters Foi rj 2 wiles om f Iry
City with good dwelUnjo7 6 ns
nnd all neceKSury oolbuidln rfi Cis
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