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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 16, 1904. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1904 bre1904121601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 16, 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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tHilt ov rAIolik t f 4A Olllltir 4 Jc IostOllko Hraiivh Clerk Alnlo or Ktinnlo 18 In 15 OlerkCrtrrler S For Information ns to nqulronieiilB- Aililroai 0 UoxOS3 LoxiitRton Ky u n IL 5 of STEVENS ntFLCS TM1 5- IrMI r7s ctMIci =IffCtk4I crboIIeI Ii cI IttIIl mak You t umiUu l STlivrvNS tiU Kiru RANGES an4 SbitcIu1a UUITS A 3TEVEN8SiMulntottaMrUir CUAKANTHliU FOR OUAL t ITY and uww M 1Ihlll6rew1d 40011 4 t Our Line 4 1 4 Rifles from 9300 Iolf0I Plato I tram 2501 hotguns from 750 to 35 Ak toa detlciM1 iilt I OQC4gQOdS 1CuD- OI I I IAdrtUAIpdIedsz1u 1IoemIctnoW 4i lorepIJ u ecI4 it i I rc ixdiT FAIL ta Kiht tot liluUlloJtHlUv Ilk i- Look or it Jr wfcitBc anil anU to t Covert Imteftttl port rba Maflo4 i4ctntalit1wg4ti1yue V HIT TUB JIAltkIIh llItLIt ruz ZLUI I tf xmlty will t IIIUmrcIuost LI dJSTZVENAKM5TOOLtCO 4 Po BOX t01I1 SHWOWt JT FALL MASS UV87A I F NN11IrN-G Of the Fragments of norgan Cnvulry LcvYounR Jollies the Onng Unclo lion JJigstnir returned laat Friday from a very enjoyable visit among his ninny friends in tub IJIno Grass Oil December tho 9th ho attended tho annual mooting of pIt comrades ut the homo ofo1 Olilf Estill near Ohileobiirg to commemorate the battle of llnrtsvillu Thirteen of them wow jresent namely Col Cicero Colemaiij SthKy Col JL C Morgan111th Ivy Judge Jon Hunt 8th Ky L 1 Young Onirkfl Scouts T JlEjistin Sth Ivj A WMcrinUiii Ky Mort Featheringale tli Ky Billie iMnrrill Sth Ky Jim McConathy Sth Jvy len Georgo Taylor Sth KY C F Estill Sth Ky- Harvoy Hunt Sth Ky H B JJigltafr Originnl Ul Morgans Men Uncle lieu was made very happy over Iho occasion Many wore tho jokes and reminiscences in dulged in L P Young the end man causing them to forget party lines and sectarian beliefs A tacred fondness exists between these silvorhaired survivors and when they incut they are rs happy us ifIt family of brothers had mol nfter a long separation gory care was shut out of their Hrat for the tinyaid last hilt not least was tho hoifaton4 feast which Mr Estill fIIrfurrorlhutll Un cIa Miln ity4itnbIo fnirlv groaned J beneath tlnf burden of guod things Splendid musiewas fuu1iret1 b MlE V1iit luX ington daughter of Col Estill lHllHTANT NOT1Q1 i Tho poor aswellng the rich liko to gladden the hearts ofthoso at homo friends and relatives during tho linppy days of Christ IIIIIB times In remembering your frionds and relatives nt this joy oils gifttiiuo hmiomhgr that 1 rill carry tlio mot compluto line of Faney Fruits Lownoys and foundvn iiHwoIi i 1i The Tenth IHstrlct 9the basis Of the votu dtst in recent election tho roproSen tuition of tho various counties of Iho Tenth district in state and dis trict conventions for tho next our years will bo as follows joinocratic IJreathitt 8 Clark C2 Elliott 0 Estill 4 Floyd SJ JJolinson J Knott 5 Leo 8 Mn roiliii 5 Martin 1 Menefeo 4 Montgomery 7 Morgan 0 Pike 10 Powell 4 WolfoO lcopnbliClIIIBronthitt8 Olark it Elliott 0 Estiil 18 Floyd 12 Johnson 10 Knott 5 Leo 0 Ma goflin 14 Martin 9 Meuefea 4 Montgomery 18 Morgan 11 Pike 25 Powell 7 Wolfo 0 Violation of Lottery Law- s United States District Attorney It IX Hill of Louisville has do cidod that newspapers publishing notices of lotteries or rallies for the luwolit of a church society will bo hold liable to tho penalty pro vided by tho federal tow against those using thpmnil to promote a lottery scheme or a game of chance Tim decision is based upon a stat ute which is very comprehensive in its scope forbidding nowspa pera or other periodicals from publiBliingjuiy sUohnotlcos either as paijUndvijrtisohionts or as news Grapos Niits Fancy Eating Apples Bananas Russett Oran gOB Figs Date and everything in fruits at OabQrnsj iivo him youf ChristJJts orders and Wii will bojileased W ftoYWft Ofi1 I J Kcctirrcnco of tho Seasons Tho wheels of Tiino have re volved until once more tho glori ous Ynlotido is near at hand and all Christendom hastens to do homage to tho natal Iayof tho meek mid lowly Nazarene In JackHOn this aiispicions festival huts over been observed with time pfoper amount of joy incident to time anniversary tho appearance upon earth of our Savior and fit ting compassion for his seemingly untimely expiation upon tho cross for remission of tho sins of man kind Each joy is tinctured with nI sadness and each cloud has its silver lining henco it is incum bent upon ill to be joyful nt time liT Irol1ch of this glorians season hut at tho sauna time not unmind ful of tho vicarious suffering tin dorgono by tho Son of Man To the little folks this holiday means much nuLl long ero Old Sol has begun his march across the horil zon on Christmas diamondeyed angels of this onrthlj realm are alert in n8corta ning nIHIlnsdisclosed tho swelling bosoms of tho parents indicate n proud satis faction equal to that betrayed by time youngsters It Peace on earth good will to men sung by the angelic choir when tho Son of Maui appeared uppn this mnndnno sphere is ns Forceful today ns when first pro mulgated and nil mankind should nt this gladsome season endeavor to appreciate and observe time iii- jupiltion k lti I Jlno iitluig qliscrvftijco ol daysS- EaA1it1tt byibo p rstliat bo for x JyUiis culounuion utul itsiiiissiu of worldly cares contribute in n Inrgo jiicaauro to tlio pleasures vouchsafed maui in this vale of tears and cttiroiia of Jaokaoii will- Ie zealous aa they have always been tins year in obsorvatico of tho annivorsary Sour and Sweet 1ieklis Salami Drossinga iuim1iortethmVoc stor sii ire Sauce Oreani anti Svveilzor Clieoau and IMIJ lino ot Lunch Goods nl Oaborne Effort of a New Reporter An Indinnapolis daily paper hiretl a nov roportor last week and sent hihi out after souio iituwt Tlirio hours Iiitor ho returned and begn writing Afttr twenty min ulua of hard work ho hiuuled the eLy editor a sheet of paper on which hehad written Bonbon Hiiggloa liad an accident at his homo today Miss Julia Jolf fell ofT tho porch and landed on tho dog It was an unfortunate oc currence Marrying Foreign Titles Ever andaumomu conies a rumor of the martial wretchedness this or that American girl who mar ried a douglufaced dukoling or princeling with a long line of dis eased or dissipated or crazy ances try behind him nUll wont abroad kLopill money Tho strange thing about it is that an od7thugirls par emits her friends or herself should expect hor tOIbo nlljthillgolso than miserable how could she M IFavo you szithmu Kno Footwear at Osborns l Ho curries tho styles miuidtumost uptodnto high grndo goods mado on C D mId E lasts C A numborofoil Volls aro bo ing diilltd ill Wolfo and Estill counties Joitnor diviaiou shows aatrlkadtiring the past few days The Kentucky Union company capitnlistsisregions of tIm eastern part of tho stato doing its hlitiwork in Lee mouutb i I 4 qtt i BEGINNING OF THE END Japanese Mount Heavy Guns On 203iyieter Hill 1 DOMINATE ALL OF PORT ARfllUK Junks Kriterliijr tile lIHrb r With tip pllia win lie tit ili Vrrryiif ilin HcilcKliiK KorcM Itiitsliin IliiHIo Mi Ip tuiIt mid AmithtT llsl li l Third UHron Ordcrtil Out ISt PetersburG Dflc S Foreign tel egrams received in this city stating that the Japahese forces have sue cooded In mounting heavy guns on 203meter hill areregarded as serious ly significant and have created a deep depression at the war office If the reports of tho sinking of the Russian warships In the harbor of Port Arthu nI confirmed it destroys the lainI hope of sortie and when the end comes nothing rpmalns but to sink those that remain In deep water to prevent them falllngInto the hands of tho enemy The Ifffportanco of 203 meter hill to the garrison Is evidenced by General Stoessels desperate efforts to recapture It The czar decrees the dispatch to the far cat of a third squadron cast of a third squadron comprising tho battleships Paul I and Slava which will bo completed as speedily as possible five Older battleships five cruisers and 40 torpedoboat destroyers Tho wholo squadron It Is hoped will bo fitted out In two months Probably It will be commanded by Cither Vlco Admiral Dnubdssoff or Yl e miral Cbln It Is further asserted that no decision has been reached re gardlng the Kfacl tea fleet WARSHIPS Reported Destroyed at PortArthur by Japanese Shells Tpkyo Dec 9Lato reports froi Port Arthur indicate that the shelling harboJi1conUnuflsI Jap of Tho battleship Pobledas middle funnel is seriously damaged The vessel In list lag aft and is submerged to the stern willie The battleship PoresvloVfl uppnr dock Is a braergfcdf The battleship UetvIzanJIs listing to starboard and her upperdcck Is nearly submerged Tho PoltaVa Is sunk The protected cruiser Pallada which Is lying be tween the Retvlzaqjand the mine ship Aniur can distinctly leon hut there seems to bo a slight sinking astern Tho actual extent of tile dam ago sustained by her Is not yet Imown The armored cruiser Bayan Is now burning to her fore deck The battleship Sevastopol appears to be lying in the east harbor alongside the great crane but only tho tops of her masts are visible A hill completely hides her hull Tho principal alms taken by tho naval and military guns arc at tho Pallada Bayan and Sevastopol i Rioting In Russian Capital fit Petersburg Dec 12 Social Democrats Inaugurated an antigov ernment demonstration In tho Nevsky prospect Largo numbers of students of both sexes engaged In the fray Police and mounted gendarmes who wero hidden in tho courtyard of the public buildings emerged suddenly and charged the crowd at toll gallop driving them In headlong contusion and screaming with terror upon the I sidewalks and into tho cncotttltMSI Mukden Dec 12Tlio Japanese opened a heavy fire on thn Russian position east of the railroad at 4 I i IL m but tho Russians had search lights In readiness and for the first IIgbtsIrlflo anti artillery fire being concen trated upon tho Japanese advance they were driven back with heavy losses ShellIng Port Arthur Tokyo Dec 1aTho commander of the Japan naval land battery reports Four Russian battleships two cruis ers ono and ono 11nrpRussian naval force Wo are now gaged In shelling tho town of Port onI thur which Is being heavily Jap Cruiser Blewn Up I Tokyo Dec 12Tho commander of the third squadron reports that tueI Japanese cruiser Salyon 1344 i while engaged In tho blockade at Port Arthur hit a Russian mine and sank Nov 30 Suspected Dunk Robbers PeorIa 111 Dec 12WUh JlISO Ini currency In their pockets the two men accused of robbing the Peoria National bank aro under arrest at Toulon Ono of them has been Identified as Edward ORcgan alias Jim Williams Tho Jap who has done time In Chicago Jail for robbery Tho Identity of j his partner has not been fixed Tho men wore arrested in tho act of tiny Ing away Sheriff Malone and Deputy Davis covered them with guns anti forced them to throw up their hands A search revealed five largo revolvers and all of Jho money in their pockeU Matches and Coal Our 1Inpeoplo homeless John Gerst was In I cinerated Tho blaze was caused by J children playing with matches and a coal oil canf I i 1IiiI I CHADWICIC CASK Latest Developments In the Sensa tional AfTulr Cleveland 0 Dec 12 Secretary Irl Reynolds of the Wade Park bank of this city declares that his Implicit boiler In tho statements made to him by Mrs Chadwlck In which sIte declared herself to be the daughter ol Andrew Carnegie was tho Impelling cause tit his financial dealing with Jer She told me said Mr Roynolls 1that oho was thoiIeglUmate daughter of Andrew Carnegie and I believed her 1 never doubted her story uutll on the occasion of my last visit to New York when Mr Squire came to uilT and declared that all tho securities she had given me as the notes of A drew Carnegie were worthless It was only then that I doubted her When she told me the story of being the daughter of Andrew Carnegie liar husband Dr Chadwick was present and he believed tho tale as I did The stories of her giving largo sums of money to her husband are false Ho Is now In Europe and penniless According to an estimate of the es taCo of Mrs ChadwIck creditors aa a whole will receive about 1h mills on the dollar The womans operations are reported to have totaled 1190000 of which a Plttsburg manufacturer is said to be Involved to the extent of 800000 Mrs ChadwIck fs In the Tombs prison New York charged with liar Ing aided a bank effete In an embez zlement the allegation growing out of the failure of the Obcrlln 01 Citi zens National bank Mrs Chadwlck Indicted Cleveland ODoc 13Mrs Cassle CiiadWlck was twice indicted by the grand jury The bills arc bused one upon tho Carnegie note for 250000 which was made payable at the ofQo of Andrew Carnegie In New York clt and tho other upon tho Carnegie noU for JBOOOOC which was payable at tho National flank of Commerce In Nev York Unisr each Indictment an two counts one charging forgery tLi other uttering of forged paper Infer nation of the Indictments was nt once wired to New York by County Prose CUK r Keltlr mid he requested that I Mrs Chtdwlek bq immediately re arrested if she secured hail on ltd other charge hanging over her The maximum penalty for thfb of fense charged In the Indictment is 0 years upon conviction Mrs Chadwlck will probably return hero from Now Yorlc this week la custody of federal Officials Carnegie Too m to Trayej Ltv lkkxtcc JfItwas said al the residence of Andrew Carnegie thrt he would bo unable to go to Clevolaol to testify In the Chadwlck case owluT to Illness Mr Carnegie Is indisposed with an attack of lumbago and his physician If of the opinion that It will not be advisable for Mr Carncglo to take the trip One of Mr Carnegies secretaries said that satisfactory ar rangements have been made to that end with fo United States district attorney H I Burnett Oberlin Students Embarrassed Oberlin 0 Dec 13So many stu dots or Olwlln college have been embarrassed by the failure of the Citi zens National bank of this city that the faculty has sent a request to Re ceiver Lyons of the bank to do all In his power to relieve them The re Aboulj7Dr Chadwick Coming Paris Dec 13 Dr Leroy Chad wick who Is stopping hero with his daughter 10 by his former wife states he will sail for the United States Inn week ot ten days Ho says ho has no knot lodge of his wifes financial transactions or of the MadameDovero bualcsa Killed His Brotherlntaw Moundsville W Va Dec 13 In tho presence of his wife and threo small children C W Price a wellto do carpenter was uliotftnil killed Iy ROGCO Carr his brotherinlaw TKa murderer is still at large Carr who Is a brother of Prices wife made his homo with them and lately refused to work Hn refused to leave the Price homo when ordered t6 do so The men quarreled Carr pulled his nvolvt 1and used It with deadly effect Ills the murdered mans widow who haul been In poor health for a year lost her mind by tho tragedy Western Union Loses Washington Dec 13The supremo court of the United States decided this case of he Western UnIon Telegraph PennsylvanIaiof the railroad company tQ remove the tolegrnph companys poles from IU companyItrolled case does not grant em mont domain to telegraph companies rallrolliCity Clear of Debt IZion Dec 13 ZIon City had Installment on tho big debt which a year ago Involved It In proceedingsIenterprise established by John Alex ander Dowlo Checks have been sent out by Deacon C J Barnard head of the financial department of ZIon In api1Morton Remains In Cabinet Dec 13 Pre ldert that Secretary Morton at his earnest request haS consented to remain In tho cabinet after March 4 as secretary of thi navy i t 4 r Iy L f OKtflCKHS IN A nHKCIC Iiitprollon Trait Ituus Into i Freight nt Xanln Ohio Xanla O Dec 13In a collision on the Pennsylvania railroad at Surln Valley 0 between a special lmip tton train and a local freight four persons wore seriously hurt Tho Injured are Knglnoer Wllllnr Woodall Cincinnati Fireman William Penn Cincinnati Engineer William Mills Morrow 0 Flrannn Meyers Morrow O A special inspection train collided with the freight trsin just al- It was pulllns out of tho switch at Spring Valley When the two englnM came together the engine on the local freight blew up which resulted in the Injury of the train craws The officers of the special train wor nil barllr jolted but escaped serious injuries n Business Barometer New York Dec 10It 0 Companys weekly review of trld1I says Wall streets severe reaction was not due to any setback In the cox merclal world all measures of legiti mate trade showing wholesome pro gress and confidence in the future la unshaken Railway tjarnlnfrt In No vomber averaged 92 per cent greater than In the same month of 1003 nail the distribution of merchandise set ficiently heavy to produce freight blockades at several points Manu ontlputrides temporary Interruption This t difficulty Upmost severely felt at coke Covens anti paper mills In Peniwyl mum Seasonable weather has stlmu lated retail trade In wearing apparel and holiday goods are In great demand Senator Mitchell Subpoenaed Portland Ore Dec 9 United States Senator Mitchell hal continually refused to appear in this city as a witness In the land fraud cases In answer to tho requests of the prosecu tors for the government The name of Senator Mitchell and Congressman Hermann have been very prominently ncntloned In connection with the cases and to force their attendance In this city subpoenas have been Issued commanding them to return to Port land from Washington DC to act as witnesses Murdered and Robbed Dallas Tex Dec lOU developed that when mysteriously killed In tills city last Monday night Charles Gold stein had in his possession deeds to mining properties In Alaska which were vajued at about lSb000 The deeds are missing jtrQpjastern earned them on person gail fruuld not place them in a safety deposit vault Mr Goldstein brought them to Dallas from Alaska fcr the purpose of negotiating lower rate of Interest on a financial obligation Whole Class Resigns Dlacksburg Va Dec 13 The Junior class of the Virginia Polytech nic Institute composed of 130 men re signed from the institute The cause or the actiJn was thonUoied unjusti fiable dfsrtssal of one of their mom bers The sophomore and senior classes have also become Involved and It Is very likely that they also will resign in a few days The whole corps Is indignant at the action of the fac ulty and serious results are antici pated Fur Election Frauds Denver Colo Dee 1Four elec Ion officials of Precinct C Fifth word were sentenced to Jail byth9 supreme court havng been found guilty of per mitting fraudulent practices at the re cent election James P Mulllns was sentenced to nine months Imprisonment and EOO fine and costs William Bergman rend J P Kltzon six months imprisonment and 600 fine and costs each Patrick Reid throe months Im prisonment without fine Sensational Indictments Jackson Miss Doc 13A profound sensation has been crested by the in dlctment of lIon II T a member if the MontgOmeryII Bryant and J H Willis the board of county Lincoln county on the charge of whltecappig More than 400 Indict month have been found ami among those are a number of tho wealthiest citizens of thfe county 10 Raise Salaries Washington Doc 13 Senator Stew art Introduced a bill to fix presidential and congressional salaries It proposes to raise tho salaries of the prenldont to 100000 a year tho vice president and speaker of the house of reprosen tatives to 720000 each anti Such senator representative anti delegate tuI 10000 It Is provided that tho shall take effect March 4 1909 Police Official Found Guilty Sault Ste Marie Mich Dec 12 Frank Sto7ons former police captain under Indictment for conspiracy was found guilty after the Jury had been out over 20 hours This Is the tInt conviction under Indictments of offi cials of the police department charged with conspiracy to accept hush money from gamblers and other lawbreakers Ferryboat Sunk Bollaire 0 Deo 1STho Bollalre and Benwood ferryboat Amelia sank In midstream while trying to force her way through Ice Sho is a total loss The 10 men aboard had narrow os capes hanging to tho edge of the Ice until rescued Some of them nearly perished by the exposure Department Store Burns Pomoroy 0 Dec 13W A JSlIIs t Cos department store at Racine 0 watt completely destroyed by fire I It was tho largest store In tho county i and carried a tock estimated 40000 Qnjy a sraall amount of litf was saved L c i ddS WI1CHi ge ntt SEWING MACHINE ROLLtR BEARING j HIGH GRADE by thisrreliable licnectiiUgh grne say Jrii mad 1 rx LicGii GUARANTEE NatinI Sewing Machine Co t fTfJ fl Something Newt Valuable Tours TO tr FLORIDAr5outrraiiway1 AIIIIlQueen Crescent Route Go One Way Hctnrii Another Winter tourist tickets pnml gqlngoo via A liprille ifjroiigh the Lmul of the Sky mul liHiintlfiil snpphiru country and returning via Atlanta mid nnclC fir Vie VIIUIIlf now oh sule at LOW HATES Tim PtnHiln Llmhtd solid trnin IatIulgItutam lpxingtOilCBiit Riiut riiiinini through without change to Incksonville via Chattanooga and Stiitthern Unihvi y The Oiiictigdand KJnriln be Jllllor nmoUllbmT oT Urawitif Itoom Slpepnrs Observation Cars etc will leave Ciniinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St AURtiBtlna via Oust tnnotiKn nntl Suiiiliern Railway with IHiiincCir kervico enroute thnuuh Ill 11 m III SJeepcrs to Tack snnvilki fnini Ciiioinnntl every evening via Kiiiixville Arlifville and Snvnnah- IVoin Louisville conncRtion with all nf tin nliore irnlna If made at Lexing ton by train nffht Southern RaIlway For Iniul of ihedky book VIn ipr Hows folder rates ecluetiules or iilii infoi minimi ndilrfis- U 1 AllGX C I IIUXOKKFORD- A ti P A SHI Ity D LJA Sun Uv Si Louis MIL Louisville Ky W O UlNBARHOS- O P A tiit CKnitn Cineinratl 0 ArID DcrCNDED Wd1 draw urbutulur erJ ud roe IIJnce how to obtAIn palenlo trn4e twkac- up7IigtttAeic IN ALL COUNTRIES Business dirtft with Watklngloa taint tout tunny aniefltn taknl ExcluttvityWrits811 Ninth strut opp TJnlUl lUtM Ptt Offln WASHINGTON D C Ladies Only It Is Women 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practice in State and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching Nev Era Co lauds in Owsley or OY L Cn lands In Marian or Goose Greek form KyUpon Invpstlgali and report valuenof titles or large tract of timber coal rind oil lands located between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the bead uf Come Lerch er Co Ky 52S2S2S22sJIDI CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention given to 1 f all classes of work and 4SATISFACTION e525P5Z2St52S GUARANTEED SB5232S2sJ a5Surr5cS2Sr52525i ZttZ 25- Ei CONLEY BROWN COPE I tVirENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS m u rn Local Surveying n specialty Phono 39 office in the old Ilnrgis nuilding JACKSON KENTUCKY C252S2S2525c5252S2S Is ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESEUTATIVE z We are authorized to announce GRANT HOLLTDAY- as acamlMatB for Representative front the 92d Legislative District composed of the counties of lirHaihilt tee and I Magnum subject to the notion of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOIN L STRONG as a candidate for Assessor of nroatlillt county subject to the action of the Re publicin party The Now York World makes tie alarming statement that Mrs Astor no longer wears diamonds in her garters hut the question that rankle is how did the Newt York World find it out rThe NKWS reporter is supposed to have besides the usual fhoI senses n sixth sense located in the organ ofthis nose for news le tides these ho should have n re spectable endowment of common sense But all these granted ho cannot see nor hear nor scent all the news that is fit to print So if you have an interesting item dont find InuIt if it isnt in print hat send it to TUB KJIVS mudre ceive the litanies of the office a TUB HOME NEWSPAPERV Any man can take a homo newspaper It is the cheapest thing he can buy It costs no moro than u lKstnjio stamp and it instructs I you and your wife and teaches your children It comes rain or shine cnlm or storm bringing you tho best news of tho neighbor hood No matter what happens it enters your door as a welcome friend full of sunshine cheer anti interest It shortens tho long win ter nights It is your adviser your gossip and your friend No man is just to his wife and child ten who does not give them the readIL1 r 2 r At it typogntpliical wedding in Chicago the brldo and groom were dressed in paper Undoubtedly Ithetourist and tho wedding sup per consisted of becrandprintcrs pie handed out by the galley boy who is always slower than a snail We are under tho impression that if you will scimpand pinch and rob your family wear a calico shirt a month without washing buy one overcoat in twenty years andcuss nnd dam and swear every time your family spends 25 cents for sugar and coffee make your wife do all the scrubbing washing ironing and cooking and bak lug give nothing to anybody ant not let n ray of sunshine into your gizzard you will get rich You will also burn as you ought to Geo W Whittakor represent lug the Breathitt Coal Iron J Lumber Co was here on business Thursday TILE MAHCUH CASE Tho following is n brief review of thu proceedings in the Marciim llargis case now on trinl at Win Chester ns we have gleaned from papersOn morning A F Bird stated the case for the plran tiff and in the afternoon J M Stevenson did the same thing for tht defendants Tuesday morning Mrs J B Marcnm tho widow went on the witness stand and toldof warnings Mr Mnrcum hnd receivetl Tho next witness was Capt B J Ewen whoso testimonywas pretty much the same as in tin Jettwhite trial John E Patrick and J J 0 Buck next testified to tho sanu frets as given in said trial HenryBthat he saw Tom white fire the second shot into Mnrcuma body and then walk over to Hargis Bros stoic and that a short timi afterward he Noble went into the office of the store and fount James Ilnrgis Ed Callahan and Tom White there nnd that lit heard White anydwell Ed what are you nnd Jim going to do about moneyRuck was the not witness whose testimony related mostly to French Mrs Rebecca Bailey mother of Moses Feltner also testified ns to what French had said to her It is thought the trinl willnot ho concluded for at least two weeks Correspondence TORRENT Edward Myers contemplates moving to Clay City Mrs John Jones was mixing with frlllld at Kachariah thus week Clifford Junes who has Ilen on the wink list for H few day Is on the road III recovery Bud Smith removed his family from Vulkera creek to Itidgewood Junction a hew days since Mr K M Rose of Uidgewnud JnJtbn returned homo last week front a visit to her mother dire A M iiuhols at Lee City NVws has reached us from Clay City that Franklin Daniel one of our late Itizen in the proud father of a 12H ound huyp The youngster made his ppearance on the 7th lust The Eastern Kentucky Lumber Plant nt liidgetvood Junction owned by the ivannDay umber Co of Clay City finished up A big contract for ol barrel etaveS with the Standard Oil Co this reek The factory has been in opera inn since 1000 and SwannDay are Loving the plant to Clay City fur fu me work STRAY NOTICE This Is to certify that on the 22nd day cf November 1901 Green Shep hllI11- a M ray heifer about Ijv years of age worth about six 6 00 dollars color rw with white on forehead and shout dlr and with small crooked horns lv K SHEPHERD J P B C Startling Evldtnce Fresh testimony in great quantity Is constantly coming In declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption COUghs anJ Colds to be unequaled A recent expression from 1 J McFarland nell tunille VIt serves as example He irltes I had bronchitis fur three YllIr and doctored all the time with out being benefited Then I begin taking Dr Kings New Discovery and n few bottles wholly cured me Squally effective In curing all Lung Sad Throat troupes Consumption byJacksonregular sizes 50c and 100 FOIL SALETwo splendid milch I COWl 1Vn113 llagln Long Afore I noWed s title tit o fcHetI trawnkt a3 JES W tlnoil or lot Qintxiu Us reuMtiei FootlICtI lo itlNtw YMMMI 4 imtllj Eitkl Surd tines flir Ja l dad ia the itxL I u4 dautlii ntdl ro i how 10 K t ttound tad kit TU cJJ Mb sal UM itotr of shout d J4asd dm And Suty ifctdio round t6cod sYwrypd ia Ku s3 kut- Luny cJurI knotted uho Sanfy CUiu u ur w aiI searot lIP loll s wuk d two kad t UST 16tdI kop awde te woulJDl to w bed i KktW siloon the Lead sorbet tiaia bm Dtmia sods oJ toll in the Ami nclk chmj Iepdp aad WinJet who il wu die moos woo And aunt web Ii Get keehstd pit U loumral And Doe Jnmii UtUb win th clock M ka wJ Uil l1It afurt I knout uhoI the lepbu up sd fem Low Oil Suty tout SIZE la CMM down the chunllj tVt d7sti Le would W M lfc1 1 cook hided M Km wvadmJ wLst 1d- my II U lkKed his LTM rhut W awif But 1 Let oa him sad Sod font maw u il U Ud Turned to pal m c iht becksdrLeok cnr raj lad HID pecka in htp rooms Lis Raid ton doot Lny Ware I knowed vile Sooty Claw IU doat rim wu kwt skit his u xrared WISHT IeTnd iliad out o CM chit sA load eaouth ht M 1 WkSl I UJ1 wu 10 cosidaIcoot isis oil Om hsrioo nr rtoclkV U dn Ids tint Cidu ia ny bp tooiibl ud bade ato Icl Iu dm niadeen ud Old Seed dul JK lutes i- wtL t UK wty fee lU milsiI iwndxut d kb Luny fotSIll knows who Sanlv Claw U L WtitcL su Plum Paddlnir One pound of grated bread one and- a quarter pounds of grated suet one pound of raisins one pound of brown BiiKur twelve eggs well beaten two wliieKlnssfuls of brandy onequarter pound of citron cut tine Mix oil these the night before In the inornlni before putting It lu the cloth stir two tablespoonfuls of wheat lour beat the cloth and sprinkle with flour Tie tightly and boil four hours Put a plate turned on the under part lu the pot under the pudding add cinnamon anti nutmeg It liked- CHRISTMAS CRACKERS A Youthful Schemer Little Etneraon You dont believe In any such ridiculous myth as Santa ClnuiJ Tough Jlinmy Naw Im next to dat game All de same Its a good gruff to let on you believe lu him an gin all dots comlu to you Let Her Pn The mistletoe above the door Kxpectant awaln3 were viewing A maid paaaed through but the wai snore Than thirty Nothln dolnll- klIl1adelpbla Prtn Their Christmas Ireienle- Pnpa I am ufrnld that I shall not be able to get the children any Christmas presents this year Mamma Oh John Pupa Well It Isnt my fault I have tried my very beat to open their banks Brooklyn Life 1IU 1Inlnt The Chrlatmiti cynics here again To Irritate the soul lie says that lie gets neckties when lie needs a ton of coal Au Ininpernble Objection- I would like to give myself to you as a Christmas present said young Poore to Miss Itocks Papa does not allow mo to receive expensive presents from young men replied the maiden Town Topics Vanishing Pomp How worldly pride kin pan away 1a takln toll my tex What I a Christmas tree one day Ii klndlln wood de nex Wanhlngton Star Friendvblp Christmas Eastacla What shall we do tide ChrlatmaslEduioulaYou give we back all the things Ive given you that you didnt like and Ill give you all time things you gave me that I didnt likeDe troit Free Press The ForeelKhted Shopper JVItli Christmas near Im not distressed With thoughts of what to buy No gifts to seek my souls at rest I bought them last July Lost A light bay horse about 14 hands liigh lustnr in his forehead foretop crapped anda regular pa eelrus purchased in Wolfe county by Babe Hill A suitable reward will bo paid to the finder by B F CAMPBELL Viper Ky When In Lexington stop with Hart Lral Reed Hotel t CHRISTMAS CHILDREN Some Fnmon Men Who Were Dora uu Christ Birthday Elgin were It not for Its celebration as tho birthday of the Saviour Def 25 would rank as quite n notable date In the year for the number of emlncnl persons whose natal day It Is Curl ousts enough however we seldom think of tho day as the beginning ol the career of any one on earth other than Ho to whom custom has assigned It We know that historical events ol all sort ibottles sieges and so forth have occurred on Christmas for art cles almost without end dealing with this Interesting side of the history ol the day have been written but of Its biographical side little has been said the more odd this because the fact that mummy notables have been born on the day cannot full to prove of Interest The biographical Index of Christmas Is comparatively lung and Includes such names as Sir lease Newton Wllllan Collins the lyric poet P S Ullmore the musician and bandmaster Itlcuurt Person the greatest classical scholar England ever produced Johanu Jacob Itelske the celebrated German orlen taltst Clara Itartou Admiral S C Ito hall and a number of others Uuhapp little shavers they must have been lit their childhood with their birthday and their Christmas rejoicings all merged In oneSt Louis UlobeUetno crat CHRISTMAS IN WEST INDIES Dow tho Darklei of the Aatllle Celebrate the Holiday Christmas lu the West Indtes is a- very Jovial rollicking affairat least lu the estimation of the darkles The great feature of the season In the se rtes of masquerades or mystery playa enacted by strolling negro performers These are of two aorts Itepreneuta tlons of such Biblical stories as that ol David and Goliath when you may seethe drauiutls personae clad lu such hU torlcally accurate garments as bed tick trousers and cretonne coats ot naming putt rnand those of a purely local character Of these last Is the mongoose play vhlch Is peculiar to St Kltts and the object of which Is to- wage mimic war against the destruc tune pest which Is the curse of the Is laud These strolling players are the chief feature of Christmas celebra tlons They are quite an imposing lot ol men with a good ear fur music and at you watch their antics you might east ly Imagine that Instead of being In a civilized British colony you were back In the heart of Africa assisting at some savage death dance or other heathen rite Christmas In Tibet Tibet the home of the strangest and least known people on tho face ot the earth Is also the home of the strangest of Cbrlstuisfi customs The feast of Queen Winter In Tibet cor responds with our own Christmas fes tlvat The figure of this queen or goddess Is painted blue and mounted on a camel surrounded by a string ot human skulls Time dance celebrated at this feast Is called team and the masked figures which take part In It would be comic It they were not so horrible One represents a horned bull another n deer but this deer pe cullarly enough has a horses mead an ancient symbol among the Tibetans of the messenger of death There lire evil Hplrlts In hordes demons and other bad spirits to shock the ignorant people Into blind obedience to the lamas One god curses another and every town has Its local protecting di vinity There are serpent gods repre senting the spirit of evil but they are fought by such protecting divinities as Canada who la always represented lu lauialsm with a stout body human arms wings and the head of a bird Cleveland Plain Dealer Christmas Cards The Christmas card as we know It- baa an origin easily traceable and It Is doubtless at least sixty years since the first was designed The artist who Claimed to be Its originator and who was at any rate the first to see Its losslbllltlw was W O T Dobson 1t A who when quite a young man lu 1844 was prompted at Christmas to make a little sketch symbolic of the seasons Joys and festivities and to end It to a friend It seemed to give great pleasure and the next year Mr iobsou determined to follow up the Idea on n larger scale and by having his card photographed was enabled to send copies to twentyfive or thirty friends The delight with which they were received was so great that Mr Dobson was quick to perceive that he had found out a new pleasure for Christinas New York Mall and Express Man Wauts but Little Made known your wants for Christmas 1eU Sure Asked the fortysbren friends who sent me suspenders last year to send trousers to match them this Cincinnati TimesStar S The Dawn of Christmas Christmas day begins tu the middle of the Pacific ocean end there U where Santa Claus starts and ends his great and only journey of the year A Prayer For the Poor Col win atryln Ter break down de do LawJ sen de Chrlsmus Of peace ter de pol Lean wolf ahowlln Out dar In de snow Lawd sen de Chrlsmus- Of peace ter de pol Sweet Hl chlllun Wld nowhar ter 10Lawd sen de Chrlsmus Of love ter de pol- Atlanta Constitution A Pleasant Pill No Pills is aspleasant and positive Its De Witts Little Early Utters De Mtti Early Itien are so mild and effective that children delicate 10dlPl- IImt weak people enjoy their cleansing- effect while strong people say they- are the best liver pills told Soh by- M S Grain Jackson Ky i 0 Kelinnn is paying the highest price for green and dry hides and all- rather produce t I 1904I 904 DECEMBER Su Mo Tu We 456 Ttl II 12 13 115 16 IB 18 19202 1 22 23 24 f25262728293031 The Wlftlibone When you pull n wishbone with a friend nod make a wish which end wins the big cud or the little end 1 lu sums houses the small cud wins timid lu other houses the big cud wins Its like a cold Some say starve It and others say stuff It Atfhlaou Globe No Side Stepping It seems he suet her at a hop promptly proposed and now theyre to be married Strange that she should take that styli at n hop She took It at a JumpPhlladel phla Preps No one who has not a complete knowledge of himself will ever have a true understanding of another No tails Bewaro of Countorfolts lhWltt11 the only genuine Witch Intel Salve writes J To Tucker nt nitre Ala J have uted it In my futility for Plies Outs and hums fur years and call recommend It to be time best Salvo nit the market Every family IIIollld keep It at It is an Invalinble household remedy and should always brt kept on hard for Immediate use Mr Samuel Gage of North Hu h N V says I hall a fever sure on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors cold not cure All the salves anti remedies proved worthless I ounld not walk for over two years Finally 1 wu persuaded to try Do Wilts Witch Ilazel Salve which hay completely cured ma It U a wonder ful relief DeWltts Witch hazel Salve cures without leaving a Ilar- Slld by M S Grain Jacknon Ky Bee S D Pleennr for bargains In clunk A line A day tnnnllr clock for 100 Others tell the seine clock for 260 mlBif M A Second OsTease The tramp arrested for vagrancy rarely displays any humor but a New York paper mentions one whose mild waggishness enlivened his own trial After the Judge lad looked the man over be said musingly I seem to know your face Yea the tramp agreed pleasantly we were boys together Nonsensel said the judge frown log Hut wo wen the tramp said with mild insistence Were about the amonge We must V beet boys to ether y A Sowball a Year One of the queer rents paid to the English crown Is by tho well known Foulls family This fatally holds a forest nod this reutal of the forest le- the delivery of a snowball any day It Is asked for Always the Koutls family must have a snowball ready It U no trouble to them either for lien Wyvls a mountain of great height Is In the forest and the top U always covered with snow Sorry rte Spoke Husband during the quorrelI wouldnt be a fool If I were you Wife calnmiyMy dear I can readily under stand that If you were me you wouldnt hen fool It Is n blunder to trent men without felt respect an If they were your equals Success Mothors Be Careful of the health of ynurchlldren look nut for Coughs Golds Croup and Whiop Ing Cough Slop them In lime One Minute Cough Cure Is the best remn dy Harmless end lf nsnnt Sold by US Grain Jackson Ky- Duubtlul An old lady tojk her little grandson to a museum pod when they conic ton lion with gaping mouth the boy hung back Dont be afraid Harold the lady sold That lion Is stuffed Yes said Harold but maybe he Isnt stuffed so full that he couldnt timid room for n little boy like me JrhlJu to cMIH11tOU Living In an nut of time way tlac + re tunic fromcivillzlliin a fetidly Ii often driven to desperation In case of acci dent resulting in Hums GiitsWonnds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Duck lens Arnica Salve Its time belt on earth 1Jcat Jackson Drug Co s Job Printing Remember TUB NPWS is prepared to print letterheads note icnds hillheads statements en elopes cards labels receipts in itations and all kinds of business stationerY on tho best stock in tasteful style at tho most rensona bra prices Compare our work with that turned out by any job iflico and you will find it to your advantage to huvo us do your workr nlso print posters pam ihlcts anti everything usually turned out by a country office Coal nnil Timber Land i Wanted Wanted one hundred thousand acres 0 fcoal and timber lands In Eastern Kentucky for GASH for Eastern Gapf tlltta 11 rite to 0 E SMITH Lexington Kj L t7 c DAY BROSi JWholesaleaa have the most complete stockf i I GENERAL 1 MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of Ditj aoistC c tV c xi 1 NOftUJ Of qt J t j Mats j SfiIWe have the finesti l Vibe of shoes in East cell Kentucky Our tmens shoes are ofIthe latest stylefFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy GoodsThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who = can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also J FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House FurnishingS o- rFURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking forrwe have it by car loads to suit jio y every bodYfifCome and see us our IllllrHMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIllllllllllllliniltlllllllll lllllllllllllllllllrUWIIIIIIIIIItlllP i Prices Are AH RiqhtIt I 0 DAY BROp tkJackk s c fIF I Je f y r 1 10 Ljv t t f 1 fh p f- rh J I The Breathitt News IUlllahed Every hrlday I Local and Personalct I jMattinge nt Dny Bro Co Fresh halters bread and hutter at OshornII Phono 85ISee the nC nil of U C llIns- lieM Son in this ISlluesFred Pluk of Rousseau was in town on business the first of the week Mrslliley Strong of Ned is tisilhng her daughter firs John 1Vuttsmum Young has moved iulor I Queen Chapmans house on ltrling t ton avenue Uo to Clarence Iladtiens for- your nuts C4uu its Nuts and Puiti or nil kinds itllwrt hacker anti family romt Clay county have moved into II house on Iincoln ncnuet llrxIhotnns WlItts of Ned is visiting her son John Wnll theI mlIclllmt on 1lrondtvay 111thevery 3 cash purelutse of gtxxls lit Clarence IInddlllli you will recehc a nice premiutu- llissos Linn Neal nllll Dora Itntdiey of Mt Olivct were visit ills F II Ripple last weekt 1ho merehuts that advertise want your trade 00 nndm tlllIII wllln you come to town I lowis Ihiek lilts purehased the jot formerly owned by QtCar hall on Broadway or Itoert Davidson Work is progressing nicely on s the stout foundation for the Christian church on College avenue John WII1I9 has just received III e new litocko clothing which hI otters At n very low price during NtnacJ 1ldin returned the lirstI or the veep from Cincinnati where lie It been buying goods for JrOl Co 1ft j r tics desiring to buy puro- 1I Ihtlt Bronze Turkeys CIII procure some very tine Ones from d11tC Jt iin Tins Ij j Now York waddle rock oysters are the linest you can buy These 1 and California telery lire kept all time at OSborns 1the Dolan front Pn nci De spent several days last week j bind lathing near Athol lie was the guest or A J Bowman Old England fruit cukes are bet tel and cheaper tlllm you cnn nIke I will hRO them for Christ 1ans J 1IOsuotcx Mrs Peters who haY been very tow with typhoid over for 50v oral weeks Iii very much improved but two or her children are now nOlichd with the same disease Rev J IL 1Imhon or Noble J was here last Tuesday anti reports that his son Andrew who was AC ehdentally shot Oil the first day this month is very much improved B1 rwell has nhmost completed Inhs new hotel the HJ wen hotel near the dlllOt It is n very hgnd some structure and nn ornament to that part of our city It is on the lot ho purchased of Henry Collins and nearer the depot than the one that was burned last year J Audley 1ubnuk the twelveyear- old son or Mr and Mrs W 2- Eubanlc of Kiddville di id last Saturday n week ago of intlamnna tort rheumatism lie was their Mpi fullslistt er on Itnnlc hasluany friends throughout the mountains of Eastern Kentucky f Jee PnllQn of Rousseau nr rested William Osborn of Floyd Icountr charged with lime murder r of deorgo keonjtnd Lee Dollard- L o tit Vltito house Johnson county r about eighteen months ego lhclc k was Il reward of 500 offered for his delivery to the jailor of Johnson oullt Mr Pnton brought OsuotnXhrcon his way to John jtOn countv and was staying ovor tiiuht at the home of his brother Sant P ttonof this city when some partios hero took hire from the OS SSSioh ot said Patton And delheredJiini to the jailer with 4the ozpcctali n of setting the ro ward t Patton will contenil for thor ward in the couvte fJtrs 1 no to John 11ntts for your Xmas goods At A fine dress shirt makes nnRII- lrollriato Christmas Jilt You tet them nt Osboll1H MAde o3poeially for line trade iPurebred white Pekin ducks for sale ur M U hinging also few pairs of Cornish Imlian- 11IIIe chickens C1 Sowell is building n hAnd residence on College enuc next to Mrs Spicers property nndI ppuaite Chancy hompsons resi fence Dr WilliIlII N Ofiutt ot hex lnJton and Reuben OTull or- IOIJ town were visiting till families un Frozen last while on n hunting xpedi ipn Kelly Kash who has been nb SlIt for the pnst two months Imdlog had typhoid fever lit the home of his father Alf Klish has returned to lAckson Ile is able to ulllllke n shadow by standing twiceMrs K W Fletcher who has hy been visiting llrs D r Cobb at- C ynthiana hAs returned 1101110tI host week Mrs Fletcher and sev- enll 31 lady friends from Cynthinna went to Lexington and stew Viola Men in uThe 1Vinters Tale nt tIll Opera house fir multi11rs11 C Bitch en torillined lit dinner Saturday afternoon ot 210 oclockAt their beau tiful hOlllo on time heights Mr anti Mrs P W Fletcher anti IIIU this unroll Gibson aul theirII two interesting little children An sal and linrion- mov BlCkhnlll lifts nlllOintltI attorney Willinm Cromwell of the nmkrort bar to plcsitie as s0 dill judge of time Perry circuit ourt during the regular term At hazard which began last Monday The regular pultwof the district is unable to ho present anti requested the governor to snake IIn npINinUnenlIAWIS of Louisville and Billie Hells day clerk lit the Phmnix hotel Lexington were in hheathitt county last week on a- hunting trip they had the good fortune to run up on II wildcat which they killed and aro Ilrelar- initiO Place the animal on exhrbi thou nt Lexington ns An evidence of their marksmanshipJ UntTlltiIBorn to J B Davidson anti wife December 11th n boy Born to Walker Colc and wife December 12th n boy A Urtlthltt Cusha- wH1nylor n carpenter or east Seventh street has returned from TllcIson where Ito has been engaged ter sunup time uakingaddi- tions to time I wen hotel which has peen rebuilt and enlarged by thcI proprietor Mr Taylor brought home a giant cashew measuring four feet nine inches in circumfer ence and is four feet six inches bang and weights 5i imundsLcxi- ngton Leather ratll or lnso T Cope Ex xHelresentlll Mason T Cope died lit his homne on Frozen 1creek Friday evening December Hth at fire oclock Ire had beenI ill for seventh months and his phy- shelau had recently decided to take him to Lexington for special mitten thou amid treatment and ho would have been taken Oil the following day had lie not tlllen the change for worse the leaves n wire nee Miss Lucinda Hurst and live children to mourn his loss The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon by Rev Powell of this 111 lice and the remains ivere interred in the old Cope burial ground on Frozen booth Tide Needed The sudden rise in the river Friday night rennimnted the lagging spirits of timber men in this section and there wee fair prom ices that n tide would soon come and bring the many thousand logs that ure now lying in the Kentucky river and tributaries above Jack son to ue cut by our mills for market There was enough water to Iloat ties but up to this time the water is insufficient to float logs A good tide is sorely needed by the people of this section lIS B largo amount of capital has been invested in the timber that now awaits the tides and scores of families here daily await the starting of the mills for su port iIt 1 1 1itf IlIOlNG IICTLItES nlethodl Church Wednesday I NIGht Dec 21 Showing Jnclcson Scenes A trlillrollt SilO Francisco to Now York rtlvleYlng the rlDclllAl Bccnes- IIf Interest IniThe Ullldtn YUoIltlmfJ Park flu eky Mllunllllni- Chlcngo NluKafd Ifulh- WIIIllIglon 1blladrlphlaI- moetun Nw Yurk etc etc Many moving picluras Including A dulllg rue Iran n burning A hudon colltsiun A burglary scene A thrilling Irelt car acct Irnt etc lIalllllllllllllh g seeae- 4s11ChtI ACTUAl RCFNL i l nU IN- ANI Auouxu JACICSON- ircture by Rfihrrt M Ilupkins ut- ludtvIRe Ky miring hie durable db- ulvlug iunhglit trtrupticn and lip tlr At phInight DIC I IJrllcIIII for the benefit of tle Ladies Chrlllan Aid 0Allmlll4lonAIVERTiSED LI1TEIt LIST SrltDaniel U hunt pttstniaster at Jackson Ky Ulctmbr 15 and sent list deed teller fillies at Irashington C for the week ending December Ittt IDOl- tItryent and Sarah Jane Clay Coo R Fhlla 0 S OIlnun SellrJ Mhos- UuI11Jay iJ II NcOuinikkT11h- tgletttn My ml Wult bliseltachel I Mrs S 1 Bairlof Stanton vldttd Mrs W It Urtublmw his I oat week and xhio Jacklloll Drug VII ktOp on tlf smile I full hue of lIiftgnzUJoa and has Iurchasudlot a eta ave11uo and Mill atret- IL 11 Gihsoll has lnovttI into the cult building built by J J O Back on tho heights W It Gab1ard and Tosep- hCundiff of tsmkdnle wore hero on business Molday- CIIRISTMAS SIIOPPEHS should not fail to call at the Jack son Drug Co Mrs 1V It Drnllsllnw Mrs J W Font and Mme J M Snowdon made a business trip to Lexington Monday Ahaudtone line of China on display nt Jnckson Drng Co We aro giving n chance on tut elegant 100 piece din nor set with each50e purchase This Is the thue or year to subscribe for newspapors and 1IInga- zinol1 rho News can save you money on nllY paper or magazine you luny wish to W II Little and R br Slielo have purctlllBllIln lot of GWB- owcn iu South Jackson They will build a shop all it nt onto for the cutting or tombstonts They will do business under time firm nanu of ShelytC Little- MAIhuAUES George Bryant amid Annorien hays wero tnnnrriedat Frozen yes- to fly Toni Centers ttld folly Collim s wore lUarrilllOjtonlay near Lost Creek Jesse Dunn and Ellen Drawer wore married nt the count clerks ollice yesterday Rev W W Pow oil olliciating1Vilson and Fnmcis Johnson wore murrodat time rosi dunce of the brides parents Elisha Johnson of Jultl1 last Saturday ESCAPE FROM JAil Ben McIntosh and nugh Spec car escaped from jail hero thus Friday nnoruing about six odock through nil opening made by talc lug some brick out from tinder n window sill ill time corridor Breakfast gad beets forvel oar her 911 account of two of time prisoners having to go to Winchester to testify in the MArcum trial and privilegoofthe coils These two took ad- vautago of the opportunity amid escaped Alex Jackson and R D Nouley who are also confined in jail ro fused to take ndnnlnga of the op portuultyMcIntosh was chnrged with rape and Spencer withmurder LOST One mule calf auout one year old of a red colorJVith white- spot on reft hit and hank Finder ill please notify MIOJlAEL IlO1t1NSONt- i Jackson J 1 rr- r I Mail Orders i lor Anything In th- eLINE J WELE receives prompta- ttention 1817 Itomms KNIVES SPOONS turd FOItICS HEJENVEJiER time Phumix hotel LLXINGOTN KY d ieil1tz Your mail Orders No Moro Sufforing- II yon lirA trnuhled with Indigestion a bottle of Kodul Dyspepsia Cure sue how quickly it will cnro you Ian A TlotnpsonatSpencerIssay have hued 1yspepsin for twenty years epee tves almost hopeless Kodul- Dyspepsha Curt tuns reenummended and used n taw Ladles of It nod It In only Ihing that hnarrlbI cti ate WOllldI be Wllhllllt It Ilnrr Iullireil with local physicinns antinbeu nt Uhlca11 f even wlIII to Norway wth hope uf Kelting wens relic flu K dui Dys- pepsla Cure Is Ilse only remedy that dune hit any gold and I- hearthly rlcolIIlIIllHl It Every person sutidrhng with Indigestion or 1yapep should use It8IM by M S Cram Jackson Ky TIe DIeDDt Towalu- 1t bas lIoppeuld to we several limes III my Ute nays Thomas E- Watson In Ilethauy to lIe nrrestel- convIetrtl nUll seutencrd to dlue with other well Dressed Convicts male und emsle it a swell dinnerone ot those formal functions whore eoleuun dUD klei IIrllll you one thing ouly to cult at- a thue 11hen you have pecked awlllle at that one thing whatever It may II- SOIIIII11 e tlunkles take It away and brlllg you another pinto and some other thlnl to peck at awhile Solutt1nleJ It happens that this one thing Is a big delloDt lookIng tomato To sit In ones chair gazing I1t the last course which the flunky has JUIIII put on to realize that this euttrt course couIlsta ot a solitary tomato looking Ilervely red and row to JloulCI along the table and to realize that nil the convicts male and female hO8I one tomato apiece and are trying to look cheerfully at the convict boss the hosthas overwhelmed nil every time It got the chance The scene 1s heartrending Worst of nil xlerlcuccs Can anything be worse Iliac to feel that every minute will he your Inrt9 Such was the experience of Mrs S II NewsoII Decatur Ala Fur three earsltRhe writes I endured InsllfTer able pain from indigestion stomach end bowel trouble Death seemed 11- 1cItRble when doctors and nil remedied failed At length I was induced to try Electric Kittens and the result tens mlrnoulous I improved at onen and now Im completely rpc1oredur river Kidney Stomach and Rowel Troubles Electric Bitters Is the only medicine Only roc Its guaranteed by Jackson Drug Cu SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Means bQ J1eiderorou 7r tclnlnS Chair Carol o all drains berweon LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and ltoms tSlDr3 lake to i35 ltI31 anti tSoullltU31 If yon cnnlemplle a trip or a chant p of IlIcdluIIln the near future GET filE IIENDERziON nOUlE IIAR1t I It It the comfort line and a comfort train It traveling is always a good liable to Dcqlllr 1 At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates Wd have the meat the train service the free char cars and the rates WIIAf MORE DO YOU WAX L J Iawi chin r GAnRET- TOn Puarr Alt Tray PolrA IIENDERsON ROUTE tl yLoulsIII1 Ky g I Christmas lJaking Calls for the dot lou- rFIANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lily Are the DEBT Flours on the market None but choice seloctlll wheat is used ill our mill amid ever sack of our flour is gunman too to please you Try Best Patent For your Ohrialllln9 Cake It will not disappoint yon- Yoe salt by all wooers It C MANSFIELI SUN ROSSLYN KY flITBEFEb CJ1bA- ND Saw mill For Sale Nine hundredand Rftyners lying Itnckcnstln County Keutuieky lit Inattee tllll tlwllch un the KOIIIV- llllllll of Iht ha N It H four manes anlli lit Iferen Thill hIIll Ii JCllld tar asodug grasa oat whvlt rye anti lltII Suie pour nod klllh Lot mast It Inia veil misuse Shut lOO acre IIel t It has mi 11w ridges pine and Ik tlunt runs any size um mil 30 Inehrs In tits lIotllolll sad hulbws It itns tuns whlltl Oak hlnek auk hickory wpler nol lots of second growth while uak All ht EDt acres of It Will CII- Iove a years ago Lot lots of 11111 1111- 1ber is loOn Ihllt le very vnlunbla now the hOt acres have goad line oak lhiesnlut oak chllnlll poplar gun End blllck oak with 30 lit IQ sorbs lit- en hark min IL A coal train of 30ischee- r Ulllre hu been found Dt the railroad witch rutse through this land 2 reel under the urlunld In the lnutom Ouost- tlnmtisy Brims fonu above and brluw- it mine ut 631 neres sIsl sixty days ngn- rur t0 pr err fie of 40 acres suit tot n0 per acre Will guarantee Otte mull lust test uf anal timber to be cut tilT Ildslead The timber Is isnt all mil the ben clltPi but lots of firstclass stuff such as phne oaks and poplar can bent off lit It Will sell this hand tot f5 00 per acme and make perfect title to sameI have n good saw mill In operation 1IIIhl laud and lour good mules one wngun which I willtll for 1000 to euntsecllun slut time land Dly reasons for selling Is on account of my henilhand tvih in JII to some other point toil take t3OOO ends and give tune on the balance T1114 is the great- eft bargain PI offered In land and ate anxious to sell CIIII un or oddrtBA GEORGE W SETTLE 8 BEREA KY PRICES FOR LOWERQuality ctarntraJ true ray otter Needles Oil Repairs FOR ALL MAtES AT SINGER STORE Needles for nil umiakes or machine 5e per package Southeast conic Main timid Broadway Jackson Ky- 6o YEARSL EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS etc Anyoaeaeadlneaketehenddeacrlpltonmayn le probably lentaDe Communlca ttrlctlconCdontll llandbookon latollY tcIalnWk4withoutchargalothelatelvhe Sd ntifk Jlmerltan- A bncllOmel lIIutrated wtly yargeetetre- utatlun vt any meottaa vernal Perm 3 a M NiriO j3 tladbyallneadyraler t Urart ace J Rt YuMagtonlt C- Coulbinntlon otter 11y our liberal terms with the pith lIheu of other papers we are able to furnish you two papers fur a IiUle more tlllll the price of one Wit CIlII save you money on tiny paper you vis to take WI will furnish you Till IJItEATIIIIT COUNTY NEWS and either of time lollowllll OourlflrJournolIuulnille Chicago laterOcean Cincinnati Elqulrer- Ilxlngtou reader 11IIle and Furm or Nw York lrlbuneFttrmner One Year For Only itioff No one should be wlllollt a pap when he can buy two of the best In U- ocuntry for in little money Wo guarantee a larger cireul lion that foy paper publis- et in this suction H t i31Gi I r JI R IS COJING w WALE AM WA7CHSE- lRtl 3 T t DtAiL OVERTHt W R- i iYOU WILL NEED SOME 4 lee preseQts for Your Frields4Nw I ho tiptodateA complete hue of new and ia goods consisting of Mold VatchcsJ8ilvcrarc Ali Silver Novelties Cut Glass Umbrellas Etc Iw w 1 You are invited to call and examine my stock Wtrouble to show goods Noi 1 SD FLEENOR f D JACKSON KENTUCKY I f i II Ladles Flue Shoes II h e No Cut of Vamps in I f Courtneys Shoese rOR SALEBY A P Crawford Co i II r a IJ 11 IHere We Are The Celebrated HANAN QEErThe Best on Earth lJfQL 500r7cY For Sale By DAY BROE3 CJ- ac sol1 leQtuclyI 1 lio secure rho lost result lot your movej advllrrli a m Mo lJreathitt County 91ewsll1 OhO 60s1 medium 6y which 10 roach all rho nfounlarn- er j Irado veVwico tiro frirculalion of i any paper in Jroalnill- h vrw ww I CL 4 n 1 WEEKS HAPPENINGS VERBIAGE CAREFULLY AVOIDED IN THIS COLUMN Important vents l10th Local and Foreign Will lie Found DrlrU- ChroDlclrol and Duly Arranged Un der the Dally leading r TUKSUA Fire gutted the village of Sardls O Loss Is heavy r Dnslllca of St Marks church Von lee reported to be crumbling Arbltratln treaty between Great Britain and the United States signed at Washington Robbers entered the poslotfico at1 Relnbeck la and got away with I 2600 An exchange of shots took place between a posse of citizens and t the thieves Postmasters appointed OhioFred- Ltnning Norwalk J K Allen Green wick Wmam W Reed Kent Lawrence R Watts London John Camp bell Warren Spencer O Jlnrlngton the oldest I member of life house of commons l died at London He represented the Tower hamlets In tho Conservative In t terests for nearly fiO years- JIONDAY Flames damaged the factory of the Henry Sheep Manufacturing company Philadelphia to the extent of S150000 James Rankin fiO Mary Rankin fiG and four children living near Slddell Ill died from the effects of eating pol coned cabbage William Brent past grand councillor- of the Ohio Grand council of tho Unit ed CommercIal Travelers dropped dead at his homo In Clarksburg WV At Columbus 0 Mrs Dlsmarcli- Newman awakened In bed late In the night to find her three days old girl dead In her arms The baby had smothered ct William McGee who claims to bO the sole survler of Custers command to the famous battle of the Little mg Horn placed under arrest at New York charged with killing Frank Mitchell a salesman Lorain county 0repeclal grand Jury finished Its Investigation Into tho Cassie 1 Chadwick note case In con nectlon with the OberUn CItizens Na II tlonal hank and reported that there was not sutfcient evidence to indict Mrs Chadwick SATURDAY James D Hoge G9 expert tole- grapher died at Zantsvl11e O Dominic Carmen 18 crushed to death at the Marble Cliff stone quar rtes at Columbus O Fire at Pontiac Ill destroyed the main building of the Pontiac Shoe Manufacturing company Loss 7iiOOO- J 1 + Failures this week numbered 239 II- Ij tlo United States against 331 last year and 21 In Canada compared with 20 a year ago Fire resulting from a gas explosIon In the dry goods store ot Enders Moore In the buslnesa section of St Joseph Mo caused damage estimated 100000tiCfishermen drowned In anat the Norwegian stenmj or Anglia which was wrecked rOckS near New blggln Northumber land England Earl O Devuro pleaded guilty to basing entered and robbed the post iofficeat Woodsfield 0 and stealing I Sept 19 1904 lie was given 13 months In penitentiary and 100 j W fine 1 FnJUAVIEleven miners all foreigner per fished by the mine explosion at Bur nett Wash M Syvaton Nationalist deputy asphyxiated by gas In his apartments at Neuilly France Robbers dynamited the sate of the Point Pleasant W Va postomce se 1 curing 1050 In stamps and lGO cash The president sent to the senato the nomination of James Johnston of New Jersey to be consul general at than kow China JOG McKinney who shot and killed A J Fletcher In a quarrel over an old I debt ins s quitted at Clarks Gap W Va on the ground of soltdefense Joseph Schwenlnger an alderman and prominent politician at Cincinnati 0 charged with permitting gambling on the premises of his plnce of busl ness TIIUiISDAY Omce of the Cleveland department robbed of waterworksI t Pulp and paper northern New York forced to shut down owing to drought Charles Nelan 46 a cartoonist for Cleveland and New York papers died at Cave Springs Ga Ho was born nt Akron 0 Fred Darlsch formerly marshal at Harrisburg 0 found guilty of shoot Ing to kill F A Chamberlain a Lard ware merchant Penalty ono to 20 years Joseph Thompson 45 met Instant death while beaching his boat at Portsmouth O The lever of a wind lass let go striking him over the heart 1VFDNB DAY- Ilugh I Duntee 30 Instantly killed at- Refalre 0 steel plant Pulled Into the rolls ff Pattereon a soldier at the Columbus barracks committed suicide by shooting Had been ill Charles Frost 43 bookkeeper of two firms connected with the National stockyards of East St Louis Ill charged with 1GOOO shortage M Do Roulede French statesman and M Jaures tllo Socialist leader lathe French chamber or tlopuUe3 fought a duel with pistols In France The exchange of shots had no result rr StrandedJThe three CaptainRoyce PenIslandlIna fiO miles north of Cape lIalteras during a heavy northerly gale and is- za total loss The captain and live of I lifesavingcrew I was lpzen to death In the rigging and liilw er Js nearly dead from exposure- gadezhagOtloa I s y Si- mi ti 1r y s mtr V Sae i A Record of Marve1ousAccomplisluU8nt A 1 Established Fcbru ry 191 I904 Tire Lcilziy Farmer and BnceIerof Lexington has within a few months tin1e become concededly the bcst weckl paper of its kind in Atnerlca and has secured aMaidlnadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in Amcrica11r H Iy Hillenmycr whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week aa detlKrtment of answers tq inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of k qvlcdie experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to tie orchard lawn or garden about which inform atl 1rerysissue of The hentrcr Farmer and Sreeder coal ins the most Pcrtincnt 1Jvs andThe nlost tRi4e1Y- T advice for farmers and stock raisers qfcvcry sort As a medium for all forms of farm arid live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no ri a1 in the state More titan half itsI circulation is in KentuckyJ and for the most part among people sho are Inter ested in and able to buy either farms or goodstockp By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER Y AND iv e THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS BOTH FOR S YEAR AT 200 51 THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARME14 AND DREEDER ALOIdE q It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken tacky to take Published at Lexington II the hub of the horse worldand the center of the states agricultural iritercstst has the opportbniy to obtalnnnditu- blishnever fails to live a ptodate fresh news and valuable feature hatterI which no other paper contains J SampaJJ pie3 mayje had on a plication at this office i BUNOHED PARACRAPHS RELATING TO AFFAIRS IN THIS AND ADJOINING STATESj Welllthy Farmer Follutving u Quarrnl Operators and aihlera ntnch III Agreement Older Lire 1lenlion- Cynthiana Ky Dee 12Adam Jon ett a well todo farmer about tfU years of age was shot and Instantly killed III his sot Joseph at their home near reckhiridge In this county Joseph was In the Philippines unUl about u year ago Young Jouett was badly tlcaten by ids father There has been much trouble between the tarher on oto sldo and the mother and two sons on the other The old man had served n term of two years In the ponlten teary at Frankfort for killing a young man named Colvin In November 189S In this county Marcum Damage Case Winchester Ky Dec 13Tho trial ot the suit of Mrs Angola Marcum for 100000 damages against Senator Alex Ilargis JUdge James Harts Sheriff Ed Callahan and D Fr French began Monday A Floyd Byrd who prose cuted Curt Jett and Tom White for the murder of the husband of Mrs Marcum opened the case for the plain tilt revlewng the clrcumstancos that led to the kllllnt of Marc m Ruck Cottongane one of the witnesses wlo 1 Mrs Marcum InlIn affidavit declartd I had been Bribed and enticed away by the defendants was arrested Jn Rich I mond Ky by Sheriff McCord and Is In the lie Moss Feltnr 01Mrsand testify In her behalfIOhio River WheolinglV gorges which began to form below and above here when the river froze over Sunday are rapidly being ox tended up stream Temperature Is ex- tromely loo and Ice chunks are solidifying to an extent that alarms river men The first gorge formed at Moundsvllle and Is several miles In length The second formed against the Union railroad bridge and extellI- I over tia Slaektown pumping stlion a Ulld above town The Ohio river Is frtzen over hero for the first time at so early a date In the hIstory of Ohio river navIgation KentuckIan Milnc St Louis Dee 9Relatlves of Charles L Mason Q wealthy young coal dealer of Paducah Ky who dim appeared hi this city Nov 19 after coming here from Chicago believe te met with foul play lie wore dis monde worth several hundred dollar and Is believed to have had between I 700 and tOOO with him DetecUveb I placed on the ease the day after Masons dlsalloaranco have tailed to find a Blow ot the missing man Chalcd With Forgery Louluvillo Ky Dec 9A man sup posed to lIo John R McFee n Chicago NeyUhotelby local otfecra McFee Is said to Le wanted ou n ehargp of forging notes lIe declined to make IIIIY statement and announced his willingness to reo turn to Chicago at once The local dat- ectiva department said that the man would lIe hold until requtdtioa papers arrlve4s 4 to II e J 71OUNDEO RYSTORM Disasters to sidpphmg at Iotutl on- j time Alluntlu Coast I highland Light Mass Dec ltFour of the 20 members of the crow of the Boston fishing schooner Fllh Hawk lost their lives after dugertln their vessel which lied struck unit was barssat the north end or Cupo Cod Plvu others including Captain lily wbcrtfol lowed their four companions over the side had a severe six hours tussle against a freezing sea and gale In n small dory hut managed to roach Provlncetown harbor The deaths and suffering VolIl1 have Mon noll1od hall all stayed bytlclr vossol which hnll n miraculous escape and tour hours later was safely anchOrtlllln ProvInce town harbor The lost seamen were Thomas Kcnnedy East Ilostoa John Woodworth Everett John Drew Dos ton Joseph Kehoe Gloucester Ken nedys body was rocoverod by time life w vcrs but none Of the other bodies was seen To Enlarge Commissions Powers Wasliington Dee 10Enlargement- of the powers of the Interstate com merce commission Is ono of the quop tlons which will ho pressed vigorously lit the present session of congress It can ho said that In the mind of Pr s- Idcnt Roosevelt no problem more important than this to ail tim people of the country Is likely to engage the attention ot congress this winter It Is urged that the commission be given power lIy law to regulate freight rates RussoAmerican Treaty St Petersburg Dec 8 Foreign Minister Lamsdorft has Informed Spencer Eddy mho American charge datralres that the amendmentS Itustla- will propose to the Rus8oAmcrlwD treaty are almost corn IlIrbltraUon wm be transmitted In a They are nt numerous nor of great importance and tt Is con fidently expected that an ngrooment will lie speedily reached Heavy Loss by Fire Rochestor N Y Doc lThe ROo boy building was destroyed by fire en tailing a loss of about OOOOO Tho building which was valued at OUOOO was practically destroyed The Van Dergh Sllvor Plato company loses 250000 with an insuranco of IIiO- 000 Tho Hayden lIrnlture company lost lQOOOO Insured Reach an Agreement Charleston W Va Dec toTilo operators and striking minors In tin Cabin creek ilistrlct carne to an agree ment the terms ot which are that tls operators shall stop the ovletiuds which began Wednesday and the union miners will quietly leave the premises of the Cabin creek operators and seek employment In other fettle There are a3 operations In tune Cable creek field from which more than 700 families will withdraw within the next two weeks Jmot sanInLaw- Clncinnali 0 Dec E tmro Wilson a piano tuner formerly ot DaytonICy was probably fatally shot by his fatherlnlaw W 1h Dueler at the hatters homo In that city Wtlsdn and his wl1o hind quarr loll and separated Wilden wanted to Induce Lis wife to return to Mm but her father prevented their meeting and the shooting occurred during the quarrel which folla red DuekertiOlalms he shot In self QeteAse t n GlrntrhrClj1JII1 ilenduclul fJuIJllylelt ten i1 you utc11r Kings Nrw Life tIl1N Iluulmultiri of PaiTereri have proved their ntntuhleri- nldrK fur Sink and Serroae liendaebeti They mllke pure Jlllnd and hlillt up your Itrnitlt Only 25u uuutey hllcj if not aired Rnld lIy I lick Inn Ilrug Co The Daimon lne IhcWbemm baboons once tnke tu n nleblle field they will not leave It till they Lure eaten every cob When they depart every evening for house they bnvc tilled their stomachs thelrchol1k poaeh- en and their nrJUIII You wuuot poison these pests fur tittlen grabii ot pure str3chnlno In n bnnnna ins fntlal to kill one Only shooting with n ride- will cia and no human army was ever cleverer In setting senlrleN Even at nighttime a large force of hunters has often been defied In its ntteIDlllli to surround time rocky stronghold of- Cynocepbalus porcnrlus liven dOs sent ngnlllllt the baboons fnll before creatures which llllc hnuds with wbluh to seize their enenmlvs befoul biting them Let line atay lit home fnruler congratulate him self un pus- secging merely ruuks p1gruns tats and spurruvslCountry G1111t1cum rJ-JI i YtTLl plnrPFurmil rncklJn K- y2IL M S CHAM Hicks IJO tlnlunit 9hsRPv Tr ItIIIIkfl dlmnnne fur 10G 1A now rrdc hup the fIIIH rdm- Ittrtl P1er ISolIld ThIll vplrmlhi aril costly bunk mil 2001isges id n comphI I study or astrmmllnnmy and sinmm n wruther rill lOUG It la tllll well knutrn In need cuuiinent t PP It and yon will so elf eule 1ha linen puwtiidd to anynd el1I1I liJ 3Ju pere lpy lime IttW Ire n IIlek scienmille religmotm end rlllll- iI jmnrunl 11onm ASI 1VnfKN num abreast tthli the hr tnimgnzime III illn year Roil Wmd anti works 11141 the AluinnDe 1 co per yenr No better h- ivltUl nt u8illJle triIlY perault or- Gnnlly I ry It 11111Ie Sind to WORD AND WOItKS pun co 2ml Lucut St St Loul Mo kI100o tu Culullutu and Return Via llbieogo lJnluti Pneifrr Nnrib- 1Vnreru Linn Chl1I11I llenver Cot urndn Springucd Iurblo dully I Iirpugltnut thin eunnura Corrrrpeud- ltngty JflW rllle4 tltlII alt pnitlts 111- UIII uric otgbt to 1I11Ilr fwlu Chien- go mind CllItrlll Since and uuly too- nightdemrnulefrumim Ihu AUnnlle SIII bound Iao rllst UIIIII dulLY N M Ilrelzn 435Vine SlrtPt- OiIlCIIII1I1t10hlll 1f127 ro lint tWItISB R l- STo 7o ClullIut1 nod Loadviloa- tul rlllIrtI from ChlclIJ1 dally vu lilt ChlcULXII t North1Siterrl Ity- Correpundlngty Laiwrnte + frmmuuthe- rpoints Thu Maack IIIII regionttmn great nutmiral snnitnrlinl lie limo llest- is one of he Inn41 piutitresque spots III thin 11urld lllid veil worth a vt it- infurniatlon and ticket eon he tmecured front sour liunlo agent Ili18trnllII- lilMk hill lioukiet with valuable mop nuuldno rrosipt of 4 dei1t4 in stumps hf WU Kllldkorn Ohlcugu A nice small Farm in Lee couuy for role limo Ilrklll Stamper pence on- thnllead of Boar Creek Nice dweubm- ggdd storelimtse cribs und barnnover ailing water well fenced Price rca nlll1llu and terms Jars RIIIII to IWluulieater j i RAILROAD fABLES RyIUoLmtET BJE 14QrCli rd act10th 1904 Wc5tsound No1 No a r Dally 1111I- 1s SunJy mix Sunday A i 1 LYJngksnq d23 925 K Jpncllu 69 lk- lllrhllyville Jun 710 826 Torrent i47 341 Natural fridge 801 401 828 4na Clay City 887 439 llinchetor Or3 li O- Ar Jexlnitnn 110 tJ5 d Last Bound Nu I No4 dally DIIV ta SunJay tI Sunday ImM AM- Lv 1t Inktln 22 745- Rinopeeter nlO N23 Clay City SJiti olu- Stantnn 400 023 Natural Drhlge 42S 9lit Torrent 449 1008- llenttyvflla inn 511 1029- O h K June 011 1120- lrJaekenn OIQ IL33- Nos 8 nrld 4 make clusm ennnecllen for Cannel City RIIII Jllllni mn Ohh t- lKrmnlaky hhuituvmtyDiriefrndailyem- erilt 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