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JI h-L Fyyx lp r pi J u- lfi q t4ft j ECst = == =J WIHK HAQINB Editor told Publishor A NKWBiAiEK DI oTED TO TilE rNTKBKsTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PElt YEAR IN ADVANOK t z = == 7 = == Volume IV JachsatljC11tlICl 3 Friday Deccmbar 23 1904 Number 11 t u A Dolls- Christmas By LAWTON JOHNSON t I Copyright 1904 by C N Iurla r NE Christmas eve a wax doll oat O on a choir In u pretty room In which n number of children wore lit lied A tire wns burr lug on till hearth Stockings were hanging to the innnlil to bo filled with toys fop the children wlm were sleep lug soundly doubtless dreaming of what they wore to receive In rue morn ing Tbo face of oiio of theta n doll cats fiilr hulml bay was turned t ward Ito doff and she did not tire look big nt It for the face though pale uiil thin was very delicately molded On the mantel wero two figures In porcelain One wus a buy In an oll fashioned coat and knee brewhcs With a MUMli iiround lads wiilst and n cockel hut and feather Ills tight hand war thnut tutu bU coat In front and he looked like n figure of Napoleon Tliu other was n girl with a short drosi and a sailor hut Her bend war pulse one ride mini she looked very well ntlsfled with herself Indeed abu wuc turf pretty- 9luw da you do said the girl Im age to tbe doll Dont you think this a pletsnut room 7 Milted It In but Ive not see many 4g I was only born Sue mused U TO OLD I butrrem so Isnt it n beautiful world It Do you think sot said the boy My sister and I have had a hard time getting Into It We were baked In a furnace nnd It was so hot Well dont tell mo about it interrupted the doll 1d rather hear about pleasant places The figures told her a great many things but the girl was very vain of her beauty nod the boy was taken up with what lie knew about limo world of which the doll knew nothing nt nil BO she didnt listen long but tell asleep while they were talking Suddenly she awoke with a start What tons that noise In the chimney T She had time to think about it when out on the hearth popped n lit tle figure In fur lIe unstrapped n pack he carried nnd filled nil the stockings with toys Then he Jutntwd back Into the chimney unit wns gone In a twin kllng This set tbe doll to wondering more than aver- Everything was again silent except the clock which ticked very loud There were the children asleep In bed the little pale fared boy with his head + testing on his arm the girl Image on tbe mantel with her bead on one side thinking how pretty she wits mid the boy thinking hoW much he knew about the world The doll sown went to sleep galii In In the morning sue was awakened by a ahoutlng The children wens run slag about IIK their night clothesj tuk tug their toys frown their stockings and ekgtike monkeys Tbo ful hairy edysyeat up In bed and looked on for theVr t 1 I fe A Quaint Tale of Life In the Nurs cry When Little Boys and Girls Arc All Sound Asleep other children The doll noticed that be bad great blue eyes which seemed ever so large as he looked wonderlngly at nil that was going on Then there cane n knocking on the wall and the children knew that It was a signal for them to get back to bed and tot take cull unit buck they scrambled laugh hug tail tumbling over one another and covered themselves up Presently the father nnd mother came In mud distributed the toys The doll was for ono of the girls but tho- My Insisted on having It himself Then when all wero loaded with presents they carried them down to the breakfast room What n day It wnsl The children wero racing about playing with their toys nnd people were cooing In con till un II to see the presents and the sun shone brightly on the snow out side and limo fire shone brightly wltb in on the brass nnillrons and fender sod after dinner stories were old the children till they wIn nil astonished by the number of wonderful thing that happen The toy with tbo light hair unit blue eyes lay In his mothers arms hugging the doll with her breast pressed against Ida so that she could I t WRITING DEAR SANTA CLAUS scarcely l hear Ids heart bent and she wondered why there was no such betting in her own heart This was tile happiest mo neat she had ever known She was only n day old but something told her that nothing In the world could ever make her happier When the children went upstairs the boy Insisted on keeping time doll by him till he got Into bed when hU mother persuaded him to part with It till morning She placed U on u chair before the lire where he could see It till ho should go to sleep and the first thing on nwnkeiilng In the morning When the children were nil asleep tbe doll looked up from the chair at the images on the mantel She was too happy to go to step What n lovely day I have had she said Just wait replied the boy linage till you have been knocked about tbo World awhile and youll see He looked as wlso as an owl I think It very nice said tho girl lunge so long as you ore young and K Uy but I dont like the Idea of get ting old anti cracked perhaps having my minus or legs broken off The wind Was rising without and suddenly the tire blazed with a cheer ful warmth It was very pleasant for awhile but presently it seemed to be too hot The doll thought she begun to feel u softening In her feet She didnt know what It meant but It frightened her It extended to her legs then she felt it In her arms and at lust In her face nnd neck A lug of wood fell down on the coals and the lire blazed higher hotter that over The doll felt meitlugawnyYuu I the boy figure t j SANTA CLAUS HIS BEEN HERE I on time mantel Its Just as wc Iilio world Isnt all like this household Its Just ns well echoed time girl linage Your beauty will not have to fade I dont wnnt to go cried the doll mournfully I want to stay with my hive eyed boy The world may be full of sadness but there must be pleasure as well for It Is here There was something no plaintive In her voice that even 010 Images retrain ed from any further remarks The lire biased hotter and the wee which had ns yet only softened began to melt Something spattered on the floor It was u drop of incited wax Oh that her little boy would get up and move her back from the tire nut he slept on peacefully and ns she hail no voice for real children she couldnt call to him So the doll felt that she was melting away Drop by drop she tell on the floor The room with Its rich hang- Ings the children sleeping the firelight dickering the shadows and above till the memory of her brief existence for after nil n doll can only exist seemed to bo gradually fading away She sigh ed to think that she couldnt have been JOigrow up like n real child to see the un folding of nil tbo wonderful things In the world passing tram one existence to another Instead of going out alto gether Theo she thought that she might never have been born at all never have hud the one glimpse of the happy household tho one Christmas the blue eyed boy nnd tier single day I of love Ho site said S cant under stand It I will try not td murmur but trust that It Is all for thebcM tAnd then and then she awoke The horror of melting had only been n dream She had fallen tiHleop before the hot fire but some jjfinl hand hull imam the chair back nud in a few moments sle wits again clasped In the fond arms of her blue eyed boy CHRISTMAS IN MEXICO tll1linn the Day 1m Lund of DlajIn Mexico Christmas ns In Spain with UCIIII Tho streets and plazas nre thronged with people Of nil the shop windows HO pay and brllllaut In their holiday at tire now is so bright ns the confectioners Nowhere Is the confectioners art carried to n greater perfection At midnight of the Nochc Ilnena nil Mex lei forsakes Its pleasures and repairs to the Mlsn del Gallo or mass of the cock n high nags of the most Impos lug character which in every one of the lJulIulll lIt temples reared by the Catholic church In fUll City of Mexico Is celebrated exactly at midnight on Christmas evt4 or morning to commem orate the Saviours birth All the churches have an augmented choir and n large orchestra specially engaged for tho occasion The mass Is celebrated with every concomitant that can heighten Its effect timid grandeur The Gift I Didnt Get I A Christmas Poem by Peter McArthur Copyright 1904 by 1eter McArthur IIA VE presents by the dozen Meant to mate my Christmas had From each uncle aunt and cousin I Dest a fellow eer had There a keepsake from my mother Father sent a checkand yet I am thinking ofanother Of the one I didnt get- HERE are glftfrom all tM fellows Pipes and things a chum will send i Theres a tie all reds and yellows From a girl who calls me friend you would think me far from slighted if you saw them alland yet I confess Im most delighted With the one 1 didnt Jet SHE told mi It was ready prepared It long btforet Id been calling on her steady For at least a year or more- She told me all about It And her eyes with tears were wet And Im happy ne er doubt It For that gift 1 didnt get alteredHlast night Sat my tale of lots Ifaltered And 1 guess 1 did it right And this little rhyme is Written Cause Im full of Joy you belt For a frosty little mitten Was the sift I didnt get t u AUt4Ao U11V WWWi1V lJW Wll I A Girl Who Cdb H Friend Y t w The ChristmasTree 1904 by American Pre I Association 111COPTrlght l11 Christmas tree goes so far TJIE Into the night of time that is quite impossible to tell where or by whom It was first Introduced Almost every country has its legend claiming for Its own the tree which bears such generous fruit In Scandinavia It is said to have sprung from the service tree which germi otIChrlstmastlde Inextinguishable lights gleamed from Its green branches In n French romance of the thirteenth CUll tury n great tree Is described whoso brunches are covered with burning candles and on whose top Is the vlslnu of a child with n halo round Its bead the tree nnd candles representing man kind mid the child the Infant Saviour A beautiful Uerman story credits St Winfred with giving the Christmas tree to tin world The story is Illus trative of tho gospel supplanting pa ganism Before n group of convert tit Winfred felled n great oak which had been an object of the worship tj the Druids A line young fir tree Im mediately appeared In Its place on see lug which St Wtufred said This lit THE TREE td U it DlJoI tie tree n young child of the forest shall be your holy tree tonight It Is the wood of peace for your houses ore built of fir It is the sign of an end less life for its leaves are ever green See how it points upward to heaven Let It be called the tree of the Christ Child Gather about It not in the wild- wood but In your homes There It will shelter no deeds oC blood butt loving Germans hold that Martin Luther first conceived the Christmas tree One of the most popular of Ocr man engravings represents him sitting in the bosom of his family with alighted Christmas tree on the table before him Luther was traveling mane one Christmas ewe The miow covered country anti the trees gleaming nt every point with the reflected tight of the winter moon made upon the great reformer tho deepest Impression Going home he went Into tho garden and cutting a little fir tree brought it into the nursery put soma candles on Its branches lint lighted them to re produce the erect of the beautiful moonlit trees In the forest connect the Christmas tree with the great tree YggdraslI of worse mythology or with the pine trees of the Homan saturnalia the pagan forerunner of our Christmas Others look to the ancient Egyptians ns orlg inators of the lien These nun wero wont to decorate tbelr houses at the time of the winter solstice with brunches of the date palm emblems of Immortality and of the starlit firmament In mediaeval times there was a tradition that holiness Invested nn II laminated tree Candles were used by the Jews in their Feast of Lights which wag celebrated at this season t r How It Originated How It Is Secured For the Market and Some Interesting Leg ends of tide Dim Past WILLIAMS The Greeks also call Christmas the least of Lights The Itoinaiis In their saturnalia tier orated trees with Images of Itomnn gods as well as with candles and burn ed Yule logs in honor of these gods The early Christians however frown ed upon all such pagan adjuncts to the Christinas celebration With them the Feast of the Nativity wns the extreme of solemnity amid they were ns much opposed to Christmas trees and lights music and laughter as were the lurl tansThe first authentic account of the Christmas tree is not recorded until the sixteenth century It appears In II Ger man manuscript and as the Germans responded least to Latin Inlluenccs of nil the nations which fell heir to tho Human empires lands to them rather than to the Itomans must be ascribed the honor of Introducing It It was tho marriage of Queen Victoria to n German prince which brought the nol ern Christmas tree to Knglaud and a German Immigrant started the custom in America The first Christmas tree In Irance was lighted In the Tullerles In IftJO by the Duchess Helena To view the great heaps of Christ eii5 sI YI y TAKING HOME CHRISTMAS I giftsMany Antiquarians B- yWALTON inns trees which line the market streets of our big cities Just before the hull days one would fancy that scarcely a tree could bo left standing of tho mur inuring hemlocks which constituted Longfellows forest primeval Every hard timber state in the Union Is called upon by Santa Claus for Its tribute of redolent balsam that be may have plenty of places on which to hang his presents There Is only one truo Christmas tree the balsam fir The hemlock proper huts branches too drooping and flexible to hold n great weight of Christmas gifts and the spruce while otherwise suitable lucks the spicy odor of the balsam This Is fortunate for the tree indst prized for Christmas purposes Is utterly despised by the lumbermen Before the Christmas tree Industry be gnu the tlr lands of Malno were actually exempted trout taxation as worth less Now they are worth from 10 to F15 an acre The Christmas tree cutters begin work early usually about tho middle of October While some of time men are tolling others follow then and drag iho trees to the nearest open space where they are bunched and tied so that they will not come apart lu ship ping At the nearest depot they are loaded on cars 2500 trees to the car Tim men receive SLfiO a day and board It takes seven men working five weeks to get out three carloads Tho Christmas tree output depends a good deal on tho weather With an open fall when thcv trees lire easy to get nt tho crop will be much larger than when the snow falls early and heavily If tho snow melts and then freezes on tbo branches It wakes them brittle and they break In transit Jf 1 THE MYSTIC MISTLETOE Once n Feature of Inirnn Mite It Xow llrlonen to Lover From tine Immemorial till white Iterrkd mistletoe lies played n leading part In Yulclide festivities though It has not always conveyed the oscillato ry privileges which give It Its value lu the eyes of the romantic youth of to day Like so many other features of the Christmas celebration mistletoe has been borrowed from the pagans of antiquity and Christianized by the lapse of centuries TLe Persians be fore the birth of Christ used the mis tletoe In their sacred rites and In parts of India pagan priests still Incorporate It In their ritual It figures largely In Scandinavian mythology Baldur the son of Odin though a demigod win slain by u spear of mistletoe a proof of Its magic powers It Is from time Druids of old England however tint mistletoe 1ms come to us The Imildlcul priests sprung It Is said from the magi of the east the Wise uncut who worshiped at the cradle 1 of the Infant Saviour held the mistletoe as their most sacred possession and the cutting of the pretty parasite from the oak the tree which the Druids claimed God loved more than any other was attended with theagreatest solemnity On the tival day n grand procession leadingitwo white oxen moved to the mystic grove There the oxen were fastened to the oak by their horns and u whlloIrobed priest climbed into the leafless branches and cut the bunches of mis tletoe with a golden knife The oxeu were then sacrificed and religious sere Ices performed after which the pro cession returned to the temple in tbe forest and the mistletoe was deposited in tbe Druldlcal arcanum Besides taking its place In the roll gloss observances of the Druids the r mistletoe which the priests gave a namo meaning all healing was made into many curious decoctions by proc eases in which times and seasons and Incantations were supposed to add to its mystcilou powers These medi cines were regarded as cures for human Ills generally whether of mind or body With the advance of civilization and the death of superstition mistletoe has lost its religious character but not Its popularity and the forests of England mud of our own southern states are as eagerly frequented by mistletoe gath erers ns over were the dark woods of the ancient Druids CHRISTMAS IN SWEDEN One Day When There Are Neither lurch Nor 1uor If you were In Sweden on Chr1st jVewe you would hear the church bells begin to ring at 5 oclock for everybody stops work then and tho festivi t ties begin in great earnest everywhere In the kingdom Class distinctions are forgotten and servants are allowed to sit at table with the family After sup per comes the universal Christmas tree for Sweden Is one of the early homes of tl Is beautiful custom On Christians morning nt 0 oclock while it Is still dark you would go to e- i church for everybody goes unless you t stayed at home to mind the lights in the house for every homo In the king y dun is illuminated There Is almost sure to be n deep snow and you would go to church in a sleigh Behind every ti sleigh you would see two boys stand jYi k- Ing on tbe runners anti holding pine r torches a beautiful spectacle as a long 4 procession of sleighs glides over the snow on n forest road These torches are stuck up In n circle around the church A whole week la given toigood chHT and hospitality t A l IrloiiilHhlp Calendar A friendship calendar as n Christmas gift was a source of much pleasure to an elderly lady living alone says Good Housekeeping At her request each one of fiftytwo of her friends rcpre+ seating the fiftytwo weeks of the year furnished material for every day of the seven In Ids week Each one followed out Ills own Idea for tbe weeks calen dar contributing favorite quotations short poems anecdotes and remlnls cences soup even adding cherished recipes In many Instances the contri butlons were original Others were II a lustrated with small pictures cut from current magazines The result wus a perpetual calendar each day represent- Ing the loving thought of a friendy + A Cltrletntne Game Christmas candles is a good old w time game A lighted candle Is placed upon a table Tbu played Is blindfold ed amid stationed with his back to the candle nbout a foot from it Hes r then told to take three steps forward turn around three times then to walk t four steps toward the candle pod blow it out Ills attempt to do so will prob ably be ns nmu png to the audience as disconcerting to himself Country Life In America Tho Line Drawn Ethel What do you Intend to give me for Christmas Uertle Would a kiss answer Ethel with sarcasm No Indeed Mamma never allows mo to accept val uable presents from gentlemen Vurunir I Theres Christmas smiling In the sky Theres Christmas In the trees Theres Christmas lii the streets near by Theres Christmas In the breeze Its Christmas Christmas No matter where you everJwhueJ Save when you gaze with ti rIInto your pocketbook 1Ir Washington y Ij Chrlulmn I1I1U The Christinas bills starI = 1 f Jive dad tile chills t Hell newer climb Tile heavenly hllla Nor wear the angels j1 Wings an trills v- tnme Because o them Christmas bills e Atlanta Constitution ti Vf rte + ll- p otsix i o7 rf1i QwsiIk t Jwlsn HAfHNS Editor 1904II r TltOPESSIOXAL GAUDS = J VISE I1AGINSA- TTOKNEYA rLAW r Office over PostOillceIJtcKsoy KENTUCKY I WAH business intrusted to him will twelve prompt and careful atjtendon gimnnnnrmmmnnTmnHrmmmimuj T I L O ROARK I LQIti I ERaI = JAOKSON KENTUCKY = Will practice in Brenthltt and 3 S Magjflln COlin tIes = fillllUlilWiWlWUUUlWWiWiliWilllll 1 NNNN NN NNNNNN N NN N G W FZRKXOR A II PATTOX I IFLTENOR LAWYERS- JACKSON I fL NNNN1NN KENTUCKY JOHN D WHITE LAWYER Ounce over Rank Manchester Clay Co KentuckyAlso Room 003 Kentucky Title Hldg Louisville Ky Will practice in Stale and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching New Era Co land In Owsley or C V L Co land a tu llarlan or Goose Creek farm KyUpon Investigate and report vnluesof tlilesor large of timber coal and oil lands traclFI between county i and the head of KIngdom Come Letch Co Ky 11priS5252525259 1fIt1S T CIVIL ENGINEEHS oJ AND SUnVEVOUS i1Prompt Attention given to all classes of work and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JAOKSONOFFICE 1 1s55252S2525 j S2S2S252sJ v 25i52525252525i5252 COPTtL i o1v1G ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS H I I Local Surveying n specialty RI Phone 39 Oflico in the old J t Unrgis building JAOKSON KENTUCKY Ic s252525 S2S25ru8 Ir r ANNOUNCEMENTS1 t f FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE IA 1 We are authorized to announce QUANT HOLL1DAY- asI ncandlilalBfur Uapresentativo from the 02d Legiglaiive District composed of the counties of Hreaihltt Lee and Magoflin subject to tho action of ties partyttASSESSORte are announce JOHN L STRONG- as o candidate fur Assessor oT Hreathltl county subject to the action of time Ite publictil party on Tho JIuatlur has boon tarrying at tho headof its columns fo some time n list of names as the Democratic ticket for tho various i county offices of this county We would like to know the time when the place where and bywhoa those nominations wore made 1 there has boon a primary election or convention held for that par pose wo have not heardof it It appears tous that the Democratic partyought to bo permitted to se lect its own nominees Wo have abundant faith in the honesty and integrity of tho great majority of tho people of this countyrind bo i lievo they will do right if giver tho opportunity As tho election is nearly a year off there is plenty of time yet for tho people to select vHa standard bearers but it woul riot bo out of place for the people to ho consulting with each other concerning suitable men to solc to servo them tho next four years Everybody knows that Breathitt byrare plenty of good citizens in this county who have not been charged with high crimes to hold all of I her offices Lot the good people IiofBreathitt county got together and nominate a clean ticket fort t tho county ollicos and then elect 11 and sent them and wo will soon have one of tho best counties in I the State Dtj t t1ttm It ta D I t c T 4 Wf l fI wji Till NKWS dice has been flu nislicd with new machinery now typo etc which leas cost consider- Able money and wo will bo very thankful to our subscribers who aro in arrears for whatever financial aid they can give us THK NEWS will begin the pub lication early in January of an other serial story which has been attractingmore attention than any story that has been written for some time If you are not al ready a subscriber you should subscribe at once so as to begin with the story THK M3XIXGTOX IIHHALU BUYS THK DI2MOOUAT The omicoQagain attracts the attention of the State by its absorption of time Iox ington Democrat which line been its competitor in time Blue Grass for the past four years The Her aid which was formed by time consolidation of the Haily Press founded in 1870 nnd the Morning Transcript which was first started in 1878 first ttrl1ctlll State atten tion in 180U Under the editorship of cd Breckinridge it oh tained a national reputation for its editorials and more titan a State reputation for the energy ability and enterprise shown in its news and business depart incuts In spite of the bitter political contorts front 1895 to 1001 in all of which it took a leading part it prospered and gained in both subscribers run advertising patronageThoro no newspaper phnt in the State as complete anjl as well arranged as its plant Sinco the death of Col Breckinridge there has been a wide speculation as to whether it would be continued under the saute management and last week there was n report that the owner of tho Democrat had purchased it and that Mr Desha Hreckinridgo would retire from the newspaper world It now turns out that the Democrat has been purchased by Desha Breck inridge and that it will he absorbed by the Herald which will bo continued under the sallie man agemont that has made it in many respects tho model daily paper of Kentucky I Knott County house Falls I rho residence of J B Fugato a lawyer of Ilindman foil a few days ago and canto near crushing several cm pouters who wore re pairing it Mrs Fugato and a hired girl were on the second floor When the house began to fall and they both ran out on an upper ve randa whore Mrs Fugate jumped to tho ground a distance of twelve feet Before time girl could jump ontthe ground with the ruins amid both escaped uninjured The building was a wooden one and carIpcnlorrd woro repairing to bnico tho pillars strongly Grapes Nuts Fancy Eating Apples Bananas Kussott Omn- ges Figs Dales and everything fruits at Oabornta Give situ rjill Christmas orders end you bo pleased STKiVY NOTICI3 0 This Is to certify tint on the 22nd ShcpJ turn me stating that ho lad taken up i stray heifer about 1si years of age worth about mix f6 00 dollars color red with white on forehead nnd ghoul 111M nnd with small cranked horn W It SIll lIIBlm J 1 H C j Startling Kvhlmcc quantitydKinds New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A IIrtwrites I timid bronchitis for three year and doctored all the time with out being benefited Then I begun taking Dr Kings New Discovery nil a few bottles wholly cured inc Kijually effective in curing all Lung ind Throat troubles Consumption Itieumonis and Grip Guaranteed by Jackson Drug Co Trial bottlei free I regular sizes 60cs and 100 I See S D Fleenor for bargains in cluck A flume 8 day mantle cloak for lCO Others sell the sane clock for 250 mlSlf eFOR SXfK Two splendid milch IIWI Um B llagln rI 1904 DECEMBER 1904 SuMoTuWeThFrSa 123 45678910II1- 2131415IGI7 192021222324 25262728293031 Correspondence TUOUu somIRobert L Owens and Miss Rachel Owens of Dwarf passed through here I last Friday en route to Xurhvllle Tttnn to spend XmRlIJesse SmithII subscriber to THK HnKATntrr Couvrr NKVS was at this place end paid the barber n visit and j got a llrstclnss shingle and a share Christmas Is drawing near and the children are looking for knntn Claus and THE NKWS with its Christmas sto ries and illustration Some of time children air preparing letters to send to Santa Clats telling him of their wants i Mr Colston Sizemoreand Mrs Susan Stacy have just recently returned home Colson Slzemoro and Henry Stacy greeted them with open arms the fatted call was killed and the new went abroad A ring was placed upon their right hand and it was a glorious im indeed 1IOONKYILTJ3 JS Tudd who tins been lincerlpp fir the last three months with liiitjliti disease died last Monday Winter hit struck us in real eat nest A blizzard lets been raging lucre for the past twentyf ur manna Sheriff G D Wilson last Monday filed all time bonds required of him bylaw for the collection of the levy mid revenue for the next year Campbell laugher who lived on Rick creek had n lltili child three year old horned In tlenli Inst week from time effects of having Ili ilniliing to catch lima by landing too ulcer n grate It was a grundithitd of Ellhii Reynold on Cow creek Ilriice Womlward has sold out his entire stuck of goudj to UIIlild Uni llav ry wlio will move them to th old Gabbaid stand un Main street and Itruce will sum wind up and take his departure for some other Held of labor in the merchnndling biiriiifs A protracted meeting has been gr ingon nt Sliilh Houncviile fur the lam ten days untiliictfii by Miss Lucy Chestnut of Linirl county which has been paced Interesting of its kind I ever held in these parts Many have joined the church mini touch gaud hllll been accomplished Deputy Marshal Randnll arid potte made a raid on u inoonshina district on Hiiffulu creek near the ilremliitt line last week and played havoc with hue trhisky interests of that neighbor hood They destroyed three stUI r manufacturing plants one a regular uuppor still avid two zinc bottom boxen used for the business but arrested no mantra They destroyed about 1 COO gallons of beer ulngllngs and some whisky and left till community in a bad ffx to take their Oluhtinns hall day YJMBR UIUTCIIES TORRENT Coin Spencer Imam removed hits fam ily back hero from Ounnel City John Jones of Ridgovood Junction visited friunds nt Xiclmriuli rllllldllI Tvo children of Jiff Spencer of Zechariah are q iite ill of typhoid fever MUs Nellie Vnnderpool of Lee CRy is visiting hfulsler Mrs Henry S15111 cer at Uidgewocd Junction Creed VhNinnn IllS heennbtenl sev eral dnya visiilng his best girl Miss Ida Morris lit Flncnslle It U Adams ind Jetties Drake of Xnchariah were at Clay City on pri vate business lust Saturday Miss Judge Smith of Diirde paid a visit to her ulster Mrs Hud Smith at Hldgewood J II lie tin II several days this week Thumns Colo who has been working In the stave plant at Kldgewood Junc tion has returned to Ids home in Vanceburg IL G Martin huts mold hula stock of tnerchandUe to Itfeube Chapman cf Devils Creek Mr Martin will give his attention to lumbar Cain Spencer std wife Misses OeUa nnd ilium thin Hush aid Luther Shearer of Xachnriali were the guests of Henry Spencer and wife nt Itldgewood June thou last Saturday Uncle Jeff Hush wife and son Clar ence of Hnchariah visited Samuel riiiminur and fatally at IteaUyvlllf Junction over Sunday One of ofir most promising young ladies Miss hula Spencer bade us goodbye uelllftlld left fur Lexington to make her future home with the mauily of G U Martin John Hushong wife and tlireo children Charles and Kmmu Cile Edward Myers and wife nnd William Junes left Tuesday for Clay Oily to make their future home We are sorry to see these good people leave I IWIVESStrange Clirlntinn omn Prevail In 1nrU of Ilutsln Of nil Christmas tree customs ono of tho strangest prevails In parts of Ittm sin A girt tree In set tip in tho vlllnge I on the branches of which roost JOUDR unmarried women cloaked mid hooded and veiled no that their identity Is con cede The swains are admitted ono by one Just nil theyuro lu our familiar American giiino of spat In spnt out Emmett us he enters llfU a wllu course nt random and the tact thus dlsclos id belongs to his future The net of lifting the veil betroths the couple the penalty for brooking the engage uncut being a heavy flue to be paid lute the village treasury Another nusslnit custom Is a proces sine of children tVwed III fantastic ntiluial costjmwi tJ v boy holds aloft A 11US8IAX CUniSTMAS THKE- n star shaped paper lantern to represent the star of tho cnat another car ries on has bade n mlnluture theater on the stage of which puppet perform anew like Punch and Judy shows are given nt every farmhouse where the motley pugennt halts The modern Christmas tree comes to tw from Germany the Yule log from Scandinavia Santa Claus from Hoi laud and tilt ClirlHtmns stocking from France but the Christmas turkey oh that is Americas contribution to the worlds stock of Christmas cheer limit there is one port of the world where the people mire afraid to eat turkey III Armenia it would bo too much like treason to their cruel ruler the Turk It they do venture to cat the fowl they call It Egyptian lion Down In Egypt they untue It Indian hen Thus both Armenians and Egyptians save them selves front Moslem vengeance Hits burg Dispatch Clirldtmni Table Decoration The dinner table ltnclf should pro violin the season by Its decoration A snowy cloth patterned with holly leaven or mistletoe a centerpiece of glossy holly I envex add brilliant berries silver candelabra anti silver bonbon dtahc are appropriate and dignified Flat wreaths of holly tied with bows of berry red ribbon Ire very effect tire on the table one in the center and one oncircllug each candelabrum A all vet or a cut glass bowl of holly nod meteor roses or holly anti mistletoe way he set lu time wreath to com plete the centerpiece The outline of the Christmas star may bo used Instead of the wreaths In this CliNe time bows of ribbon are omitted And for the guest cards either bells stars plum pudding holly or ivy leaves emit out nud painted and ornamented with ChrlxtmnH verse or greetings nre np proprlnto and n little silk stocking of booboos ma be luld by each curd as- a lIomelllrIClirlMtii nirllular There Is something akin to sadness lu the fact that In tracing the origin of ninny of our church festivals we tlml It In pagan celebrations antedating the Christian cm There Is nothing curtain even about the birthday of Christ Sonic authorities assert that Decem her was In the dry lIell OIl when shep herds were on duty day mud night In the controversy over the date extend lug from December to May Tope Ju thus K17U7 bud an investigation made by St Cyril amid was untlstkil- that tho i3th of December was correct It was so established lu the Uouiun church nod before tho end of the fourth century the dictum was uni versally accented Iloston Herald Ire Lender Mbernlllr Struggling Pastor Nenly nil the congregation tins subscribed liberally for the Christmas tree tumid and I feel sure that I can also immure your hearty cooperntloii How much will you Mrs Leader Let mo see Oh I am the only member who has a carriage and coachman I think Yes The rest nre poor Well I will drive around and col lect the subscriptions Clirloliiiiin Day Dh blessed day which gives the eternal lie ro self and sense and all the brute with- In Oh come to us amid imam war of life To hall and hovel coma to all who toll In senate shop or study and to those Who sundered by the wastes of half a world Ill warned nnd sorely tempted ever face Natures brute powers and men unman ned to brutes Conic to them blest and blessing Christ man Jay Tell them one more the tale of Bethle hem The kneeling shepherds and the Dabe divine And keep them men Indeed fair Christ man day Charles Klngiley A Pleasant Pill No Pills Is as pleasant and positive us DaWiitf Little Early Misers De Wilts Early Risers are so mild arid effective that children delicate ladles and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strung people say they ire the best liver pills fcold Sold by Mi S Grain Jackson Ky 0 Kelmnn is paying the highest price for green and dry hides and all other produce M rvfr rather and Daughter Is there Idly fairer relationship in the wide world than this between father mid young daughter Its only rivals nro time ties between mother nnd MM mother and daughter and father mud HOII To the budding womanhood thiit Bklps nud praiikn beside ldi i the eitkd man of nffiilrs botntyn the shy chivalry tint HO lung as he rctalnu the lame cence of hits affections nestles at his heart For her he rvmcuibers uKnln the gallant days of hula youth ho iHiotuH poetry brliiBs out for her iinmsixl nod nffoctlouuto Inspection dreams and hopes long laid ley In the cedar chests of memory For her sale he goes jiguln Into society consents to dress for illlllrr la careful of his manners anti his upovcli The gratis of I 3 trull Into his consciousness with tle soft swish of her loiigtlienlne sklrtsIIar pcrs Dazur Bowaro of CountorfoHs DeWlttsU Ihn only genuine Witch Ihmzel Salve writes J L Tucker of intro AlitI have used It In lilY family for Piles Outs and Hums fur yens mind can recommend It tu bo the hot Salve tin the market Every fain1 ly nlould keep it as it is an Invalii ible lotuehold remedy and iltutild ahvay IB kept mi hand for immediate me tars Samuel Gage of North Iln hN Vi iays I hUll n fever sere on my tukle for twelve years that the doctors could oat cure All the salves and blood remedies pruned worthless I toiild nut walk for over two years Finally I was persuaded to try Do tVitis Witch Hazel Stlve which hay completely cured me It is a wonder fut relief DeWitt Wllci Hazel Salve cares without leaving a scar old by M S Grain Jackson Ky Inroncraltl A prominent New York clergyman ira arguing with a youth of his parish about the evils of young men smoking cigarettes What would you think said he It you met an angel coming along I with n cigarette In his tnouthr Well doctor what would you think If you saw an angel with an umbrella and a pair of patent leathers Worst of all lixporloncoH Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your hall Such was the experience of Mrs S 11 Newion Decatur Ala Fur three years site writes endured Insufferable pain front indigestion utonali and bowel trouble Death teemtnl In evitable when iloalori and nil remedies felled At length I was Induced to try Electric titters and time result Will miraculous I unproved at uncn and now Im complete recaver l Fur Liver Kidney Stomach and Itowel roubles Electric Hitters is the only nudicine Only WXs Its guaranteed by Jackson Drug On A Tough Sprrlmrn Seen 1 lwlnH new morsel nuked one villager of another I have was the reply Well what does It look like naked the questioner Well it looks said the other Ulan slowly an It Kdwln lunch taken It fur an old debt No Moro Suffering If you are troubled with indigeitloi jet a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Ours end sen how quickly it will mire you tier A Thompson of SpencerIssayI Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopelent Kodo Oyspepsia Cure was recommendeil anti used a few bottles of It and It is llu inly thing that has relieved me Wond nil be without It Have doctored with ncal physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway whit hopes if getting souls relief but K djl Dys pepsin Cure U the only remedy that lifts dune me any Rlllldnlld 1 heartily recommend It Every person mfferlng with Indigestion or Dyspep sia should use it Sild by SI S Craln Jackson Ky- Uliiliimnllc Did you see anything tint particu larly Htruek your fancy when you were looking round time furniture shops to duyl nuked a young husband of his lately made wife on her return from n tour of furniture Inspcfthiu Yell she replied I miw Homethliig exceedingly pretty In looking glasses- I have no doubt you did he ob served If you looked Into them The halo of u culm sweet peace rests upon that home hint Throbbing leadnchlt would quickly leave you If you use Dr Kings New Life rills Thousands o f sufferers have proved their matchles s merit for Sick and Nervous I lead aches They make punts blood and build up your health Only 25c money back I not cured Sold by Jackson Drug Co A Different tatter Excited IndividualHelp help Ive just imam my picture token Hystander Why tints nothing to get angry about Excited IndividualIt Isnt eh l My picture was a ItembramUt Help Smart Set If you would make your wife happy let her boss you occasionally mid think that she U the smarter of the two which she sometimes tsJ JL Dar rte Mothors Be Cnroful nf the health of yonrchlldren Lookout fur Coughs Colds Croup and Whoop ing Cough Stop them In lime Minute Cough Cure is time best resume dy Harmless and pleasant Sold b M S Grain Jackson Ky Coal mud Timber Iund Wnntoil Wanted one hundred thousand acres of coal and Umber lands In Easter Kentucky fur CASH for Eastern Capi nlislB toOK SMITH Lexington Ky C 1 A 4Y DAY BROS COMPANY Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of 1tffJ r u dSt Y iNQt1l0 tsr Q r iofIiiuq F Hrts Q S Wo have the finest line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy Millinery 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 FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS i In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREW- eare the people you are looking far- r we have it by car loads to suit every body f Come and see us our auuuuluududuudlnnunulllllllllnlmlnnnnunuunnnudnnnnuundunmr I Prices lire All Riaht H DAY BROS COMPANY v v Jackson Kehtiick f r if 1 ra w 1r r j h r t y tti Tile Brcathitt News 1iiliUHlictl Kvcry lrhluy Local end Personal h A Merry Xmas andn I hippy f Now Year rOllityourXnitti John Oriusby of Ned was heron eIt business Tuesday Fresh bakers bread and butter at Qsborns Phone 8fi r d You can get a lirst class shine nt Combs IJros barber shop IL cross of Athol was here on business least Saturday t Mrs Dulcena Hampton of Simp son was in town Saturday 11L Kash of Woo county was hero Saturday on business Miss Lillio Hurst of IVartrce was in town Saturday shopping Hrcck Jeraldof I leaddwas hero on business the lirst of the week Mw K A Hornbrook has returned front n visit to relatives in Lexington If you want lirstclass photos call on P H Harris back of the poslbllice John 11 Hays of Morgan county fient from Saturday until Monday in Jackson ao to Clarence Maddens for your Xmas Candies Nuts and Fruits of nil kinds w S C Colwell n merchant of Ilnxttrdwas hero several days this week on business r rug Fields of Avawam was here last week buying goods for his storo at that place dipt F W Fletcher and wife left Saturday for Cynthiana lie former home to spend Xmas Miss Gulden Day daughter of Floyd Day of Winchester is vis king relatives hers this week i We are glad to note that Mrs M Irirton is much unproved after nn illness of sevenil days With every 3 cash purchase of olnt Clarence lladdens you tI will receive n nice premium John Watts has just received a new stock of clothing which he altars at n very low price during Xinas Rev D P Ware jlastor of the Methodist church here died at his home near Clay City last Friday of pneumonia A lino dress shirt makes an ap atir4proprialo Christmas gift You can get them at Osborns Made especially for line trade Dr W liveddat Frozen for the past two years has removed to Leo City whore he will practice his profession J II Bruner has rented tho res taurant on Main street formerly I occupied by Lock Whittaker and is running a firstclass restaurant Mr anti Mrs II IL Gibson ac companied by their two children loft Saturday for Toronto Canada to visit friends and relatives at their old home M C Napier of Stacy was hero Saturday negotiating with Mr Edwards for tho purchase of his farm near tho mouth of Sixteen mile on Lost Creek Miss IJoulah Williams daughter of Dr Williams will be married to U Howard Patton of Hazel i Green next Sunday at tho homo of the bride in Caney Tie bride elect is wellknown here where she has many friends It A Hurst is tilting up and r paying for coal lands up the river on which ho took options about two years ago There is a largo quantity of very lino coal in this county which will bo very valuable as soon as tho railroad is extended As 1 have canvassed this county ion the past live years and have not been run out by the photo i companies of the various kinds I durmgtreduced rates Thanking the poo J 3 IIii for ii llll IastlnorsI Vrt pecy to continue Jackson for the next JJ Qvo 1i ears Pr II1IAUttsk 1 NO PAPER NEXT WEEK OJ We have gone to some extra IllI paperduringwill como to you again tho first week in January brighter nnd bet tor than ever Sudden Heath Kachcl Isotn nn old colored woman who lived on tho Pan Howl branch about three tries front here fell dead on the public road near William Strongs last Saturday while returning home front Camp Christy Unlit Plant Leased Frank Osborn 0 Gillum and W Jillispio have leased tho elec trio light plant lhsn they will be able to turn on the lights in about two weeks The streetlights will be cut out at present hut lights will be furnished to residences and business houses at the rate of 50c per light per month HiilhlhiK Improvement Heart Ilolliday is preparing to make an addition of eight rooms to the house he recently purchased of G W Colloy on Broadway J H Illtiko is building n store house on his lot near the corner of Court street and College avenue James Itolin has tho contract and is pushing it rapidly to comple lion Mr Blake will open up a tock of general merchandise about February 1st He was in business for about ten years at Lost Creek before coming hero and was very successful Xmas Displays Jackson has been putting on city airs this week nearly all the stores having Xmas goods on dis ploy Many of time windows would do credit to a large city Space forbids us to give a description of thorn but a walk through our stores would convince any one that we have as enterprising mer chants hero as can bo found any where There will bo n Xmas tree at the Baptist church Friday night and ono at tho Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Tho outlook for a Merry Xmas to all is very flattering end we hope that nothing will occur to mar the pleasure of anyone Institute Notes The beginning of Christmas va cation marks tho close of the first term of school The attendance has been quite good and tho work accomplished thorough Fromi Christmas to New Year all will enjoy a little vacation January 2nd time new term opens and pros peels for a good season are bright Many of the teachers throughout time county will bo pleased to know that Prof J F Lukens willi boon hand again to assume the duties of the normal department Tho many teachers in Brcathitt mutt surrounding counties give constant evidence of his excellency as an instructor Adams Wins Tho Court of Appeals on last Saturday handed down an opinion in time AdamsUobertscontesl case deciding that James P Adams was elected commonwealths attorney for this district at the November election ISOJ and that ho wns entitled to the salary of the ollico from January 1st 1901 Tho vote at the Oakdale pro cinct in this county as certified by the election officers elected Ad ams commonwealths attorney over Roberts and Lewis Spiccr over Carl Day for representative but tho cCItiliclltoWIII changed before tho time of comparing tho pulls Rid the comparing board counted tho certificates as changed in tank ing up tho returns thus giving time certificates to Roberts nnd Day Adams contested and the circuit court J Smith Hays special judge decided that Adams was elected but that tho oflico was vacant because Magoflin county the former homo of Adams had beet cut oft the district Time Court of Appeals held tlitt no one could bo legislated out of oflico and that Adnms should have a reasonable time to move into tho district which he had already done before tho act creating tho now district had become effective Mr Adams is now n citizen of batty villo and will at once enter upon the duties of the office IMPORTANT NOTICE Tho poor as wolf as tho rich like to gladden tho hearts of those at home friends anti relatives during tho happy trays of Christ mas times In remembering your friends nnd relatives nt this joyous gifttime remember that I will carry tho most complete lino of Fancy Traits Lownoys mold other Iligh irniUi Candied found in thoso diggino Come and see J M Oaiioitx Apples 25 coats per peck at Evursolu tC Sons A II Short has purchased an other farm near Iortii Wm Strong of Athol was hero on business lAat Tuesday Just stop at C Haddons and see those nice baskets of fruit Born to Mr and Mrs A S Johnson on December 10n girl The Jackson Drug Co keep on sale n full line of magazines anti books Rev n H JJigstafF who has been very sick for several days left last Tuesday for Lexington for treatment S S Taiilbeo J J O Bach G W Flcenor and A If Iattou wore attending court at Snlyers vine last week Lucy tho little daughter of Mr and Irs J KN Johnson of Jlaz and died last Mondayafter soy end weeks illness I B Combs sun of ttunton Combs of lluekhorii who has been visiting T If Hudson re turner hopio Tueiday W T Perry Limo hardware ninti of Mt Sterling urns hero last week soiling our merchants what they needed in his line Judge W G Kicliio of Iliad man representing Isaac Fuller Sons Co of Cincinnati was call ing on our merchants last week Havo you soon tho Fine Foot wear at Oahorna lie curries time styles and most uptodato high grade gouts mndo on C D and E lasts A handtomo Hue of China on display nt Jackson Drug Co We are giving a chance on nn elegant 100 piece dinner sot with each GOo purchase William Gnmhill son of Alfred Gnmbill of Jackson and Miss Ellen Uallahan wore married last Monday nt tho residence of tho brido near Canoe Sour and Sweet Pickles Snlnd Dressings imported Worcester shire Saueo Crenm and Sweitzer Choose amid Full line of Lunch Goods nl Osborns W K Kilbourn of Lino Fork iwaa horo Wednesday lie wns nccompnning 11 T Day of tho santo place to tho hospital whore lie is going for treatment Combs Brag have bought tho barber shop on Broadway of Mr Francis N Jt Williams has to ken charge whore ho will ho glad to havo his friends call and see him John Isom of Jesse Perry county was shot in tho forehead and seriously but not fatally wounded by Jesse Brown of the same place one day lust wool lVo have been nnnblo to get tho par lcull1riJ of tho difliculty Jack Spicor and Mrs Kuphomia Spieer Lie wife of Belford Town are visiting friends nnd relatives horo They wiil probably spend the winter horo hon theytrill re turn homo This is their first visit hero for twelve years Now York saddle rock oysters are time finest you can buy These and California celery are kept all tho time at Osborns SS ASTRAY I Imvo at my plage at Roosevelt n deep red muley heifer nbout two years old which came there last October Owner can have same by proving heifer and pay ing charges for keeping and ad vertising 14 Ei DEATOX Mail Orders t For Anything in th- eJEWELERS LINE receives prompt attention 1817 HOC KItS KNIVKS SIMONS unit FoRKS HEIN TZT 32 W 13 LEIt Opposite tho Phuiiix Hotel LEXINGTON KY Serd Jteigtz Your mail Orders Christmas Goods nt Day Bros Co Go to Evorsolo d Son for child rOils shoes Thoro is n movement on foot to establish n hallknt hazel Green ClIKISTMAsT SHOPPERS should not fail to call at tho Jack son rug Co Prof J F Lukens will return the first of the year to take charge of the norman department of Lees Institute Old England fruit cakes are better nnd cheaper titan you can make I will have them for Christ inns J M Osnoitx Win Northrop manager for the it II Eo Evans Lumber Co who wns so seriously injured about two weeks ago by his horse falling on him is able to be out again Misses Dorms Kate anti Bessie A Bales of Frozen who havo beet nttendingschoolat Stonewall Jack son Institute of Abingdon Va f returned homo last Saturday to spend time holidays A Pine Entertainment Prof Harris of Beatty ville gave an excellent entertainment at tho pourt house here last Friday night for tho benefit of the Baptist church Prof Harris is one of the best impersonators in tho country and his selections that he rendered here were very much enjoyed by the large audience pres ent TheTlnrcum Case Time plaintiffs in the 1hn cum Hargis suit at Winchester closed timely testimony Tuesday afternoon and the defendants began taking their proof Wednesday Much sensational testimony has been given and tho case is attracting n great deal of attention Time trial will not bo concluded for a week yet at least- Maving Pictures Please All The entertainment given at the Methodist church on Wednesday night by time Ladies Christian slid Society was a success in every way limo church was crowded and the stereoptic views were ex cellent More than 50 wits real ized for the church Unlike ninny churchcllteatl1inments everybody went away feeling that they laud received more than the worthof their money Now Stock of sloes at Evcrsolo l Sons Job Printing Remember Tin NBWH is pre pared to print letterheads note heads billheads statements envelopes cards labels receipts in vitations and nil kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at tho most reasona ble prices Compare our work with that turnedout by any job office mil you will find it to your advantage to kayo us do your work We also print posters pam phlets and everything usually turned out by a country olliceI Driven to Desperation Llvlnp in nn out of the WRY place re mote Item ctyilizatlun a fnmily Is often driven to desperation in cnso of acci nuckIICIIl Christmas iJaking Calls for tho 3cst 7ou- rrIANSFIELDS BEST PATENT A X 1- Mountain Lily Are the nEST Flours on tho market None hilt choice selected wheat is used in our mill and every sack of our lour is guaran teed to pleaso you Try Best Patent For your Christmas Cake It will not disappoint you for craft by all Srocors It C 3IANSF1EM SOX ROSSLYN KY JTBEI ED ClflD AND Saw fTill For Sale Xlnp Imiitlrril and ftly ncreft Ijlnp In UnckciHile Ciintj KHiiiiirkv nt ltunnrnliup9uttrhon ilu 1C Udi viMiinf the L ti N It K fuur mile smith of lleitu Till Inml it good for funning Krius onix wluiir rye nnd corn SIIIP pair nod kmltr lint inoM nf It lnyn well mure than 400 ncrcoi level It hut nil lltt ridge fine uiiiS oak that rune any fizi tin in 30 inclirs In time bottoms aced hell iwa It III nldteoakover 1H yearn HBO Inn lots of tim her U left that U very vnlimble tlnxv 1liu t01 acres have geed plnn link chestnut rank rhesllillt poplnr cum nnd blnck oak teeth 30 to 40 rnnta of ran hark on It A cool vein of 30 inches nr morn halt hero fmiiul nt the railroad which runs llirdiipli thin Innd 22 fret under the ground In tho bottom coed liinnihy jrma orals abuse and hi lost one nf 030 anres pold sitydaynngn- far lI r nrrw IIIM nf 1n acres Hold fur flit i ii iiire Will iiiiiirnliiiH ono Iliil liiiti fret of Rural timber lit bo out off tlil lnnil The timber IK not nil ot the heat ultuH but Iola of lir lciiiss i lulf such p plneankanti inplnr cnn be out oQof it Will II thiii bind tar ID 00 per acre and muke perfect title to fame I also have n gird faw mill in opera tion on thta rand anti four Rood mule ntnl ono league which I tellell fur 1000 in connection with the trod My riiiMiis fur celliiiK in on nrcunnl of my henllli and meinh In uu to some other point Will take 3000 sank null rive lime on the balance Till Is the prent eat barKaln gear offered in land nod nm nnxions to sell dill on or ntlllrtlu GEORGE W SETTLE R BEREA ICY C PRICES FOR LOWERQuilltjr coatUcnJ liu any other Needles Oil Repairs rOU AU MAKES AT SINGER STORE Needles for all makes of machines vc pOI Southeast corner ilair and Broadway Jaekson Ivy SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJ1ederoi6f I oute 7rot inclining Chair Cars o all Tjraina botwaan LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and Jfcoma Svokcrs Kates to mho Wost and Southwest If you contemplate n trip rr n chance of location in tln hour fitlnre CSKT TIIH IIKNDKItaON KOUIK II Allll It is the comfort line und a comfort gaolhabitAt least give us tho opportunity tif nninint you rate Wit have the equip ment the train service the trey r care nnd the rates WHAT MOItU DO YOU WANT I J IRWIV iso L GARUKTT Aut Trv Pucper Amtt IaRIaueRler HOUTK Ky YJt I 91l CHRISTMAS i N w COMINGtoe w tI WtI IVlUL WILL NEED SOME11li 11 1 Niee preselts for oIJrFrields 111 I t andlNl W J Silverware1Ii tI 1 yer I Oye lOS Cut Glass Umbrellas Etc W W 1 You are invited to call and examine my stock NoW htrolmble to show goods W 11 w SrJACISONFLEENOR r iidZ s IIiiLadies Fine ShoesiiiI II Cut of Vamps in l iNo Shoes i Y 1OIt SAW IIY tA P Crawford CO1 r We Arer IHcroCelebrated OEp The Bust on Earth 1 PR ICE 5OOPR ICE Bnr DAY BROSOOJaG 5orJJ let tneky- V0 I loiii r ctf secure Me bgst results1 i for your money advertise in Me =I ffireathttt County 9OWS s m TJIO best modurn by which 1 to roach alliha mountain tractor == fjwico tho Circulation of I any paper in ffiroathitt www r i wwYrw wwrN N N N N l Xs I Chri mark 1 Dea1 t By FREDERIC TREAT 1Ii1t8 Christmas eve nt tin Eyrie the country sent of the Martins set ua pinnacle in the hills The place Lndlecn opened for the holidays nnd the family with a number of guests formed a Ucllshtfnl house party T- Jfrllgbt general merrymaking was In or In the hall before the great open fireplace In which logs were blazing sat Edith Martin with llulph Arnold a recent arrival front the west who had been devoted to her since they had first o suet a week before s You are not In harmony with the occasion he sold to her Instead ot- a happy Christmas look on your face there Is u troubled one She drew back for a moment as If withholding a confidence then suddeni ly let It nil out I mtwt toll you she sold but you I nre not to breathe a word to any one He Is coming by the train that arrivet s nt 1110 and will be here at 1i lie i must go back to tho city early tomorrow on Important business aIHIlwN- I a she lowered her voice to a whisper I am to accept him before this gay night Is over Mo Is hoT i John Trotter denier In foreign laces I a thorough business man and rich 1u pa has lost a great deal of money by t THE POOH OPENED AND till TIlOTTEll IX TunED the shrinkage In stools null Mr Trotter is golug to help him ever so innci to enable him to hold what he has till the market risen again And the bonus Is your hand Thats very near the truth The contract Is to be signed at 12 mldnlghti r I han promised that If Mr Trot 1 ter will come up this evening I will give him my answer It will be yes It must be yea That la If ho arrives If he doesnt I shall have to nerve myself anew on another occasion How much money In he to loan your father Papa sold It was something like halfr fo millionI they might have left you to HowiJrIchI might save you this SaerlJlce He paused reflectively You wouldnt charge any bonus She was looking very steadily at the leaping flamca Oh the bonus It wouldnt be nay kindness to you to take you out of tho frying pan and put you Into the fire Id rather bunt on a gridiron than sizzle In a pan The young wan sat toying with his y watch chain Had the girl looked at him she would have seen that the ex pression on his face was not In keeping with the unemotional tones of bin yoke If he falls to arrive on time and It Is possible for you to jump Into the fire will you do 801 There Is 110 fire to Jump Into There was another pause The logs r were crackling the fire was sending a genial warmth and light through the paneled hall From the rooms adjoin ing came shouts of laughter ns some one was caught and kissed under the mistletoeI promoter said Arnold presently It Is my business to secure funds for carrying out enterprises Suppose I could get this loan for your fatherThey were speaking very deliberate lyso deliberately that one might have thought they were two people of bust 4ness making a bargain t At the sumo Interest he will pay Mr Trotter she asked 1 How much la that anyiThat would be satisfactory MissMartin may have been consid eying tho mutter of Interest At any rate It was some time before site reached the next step Thu bonus she asked under her breathThat would depend upon whether you would rather burn than fry or rather whether you prefer neither to I burn nor fry It would not be fair to withhold the bonus Nevertheless if it were a bur don instead of a blessing t s lit did not help her out Instead betook out his watch and noted the hour It wss five minutes to 12 It U understood and agreed he sold tlmt It the party of the first part h devant show up when the clock ntrlkM 12 the party of the second part shall consider herself released from signing vthe contract and will make the sane arrangement with the party of the third l orfthnt In lieu of the sum of half a million dollars nt4 per cent In terest The bonus1 Sue was losing her btutlncM equanimity tapping her toots on the lion akin beneath It There ro- H aluetl only a fey minutes to 12 and flI t Iiy 1 l s id cu f the party or the first port might walk in at any moment i lie bonus shall be optional With whom The party of the second part Hut the party of the third part Will only accept It entire The heart must go with the hand Its n bargain she said extending i her land witch he grasped At the sane moment the clock at the other end of the Kali began to strike the hour It was an old fashioned time keeper with enormous weights and wheezed out Its arithmetic strokes with moI under a fold of the ladys dress their 1strokefourth there was a tinkle of the elec trio doorbell At the eighth a servant passel the couple on his way to open till front door Arnold put out his foot and tho man went sprawling on the floor At the eleventh stroke the serv ant was on his feet and rubbing his shins At the twelfth he proceeded oh ids way There was a pressure be tween the two concealed lands In an other moment the door opened and Mr Trotter entered Hut what entered with him Christ hula morning Twenty such mornings told come In the lifetime of Edith Martin but none that brought her such re lief and nt the same tinge such happy ness as this one Instead of being obliged to sacrifice herself to save her father she had accepted a man whom the first moment she saw him she knew to bo the nun she could love Italph Arnold was indeed a promoter and laid made a fortune In organizing gold mines The day after Christmas lie telegraphed his acceptance of an of for he road had for his principal mine I and loaned the proceeds to Mr Martin who III six mouths regained oil he hud lost Mrs Italph Arnold on last Christ mss eve flitting before a blazing lira beside her eldest daughter now six I teen told her the story of her Christ alas deal Clirlilmm Service In Stable At Saute Cruz Cal there Is an old Spanish church In which the people worship only on Christmas eve Ex ternally it looks like a stumble and has no chandelier The floor end walls art of stone and on tho eastern side there I Is a manger looking through the bars i of which one sees the scenes of the Na i tivity with the towers of castles nd palaces In the distance In the fore ground the Virgin sits by the mangf holding the Infant Saviour with St Joseph leaning over her and the wise men offering sheep oxen nntl varlois precious rifts Outside this exterior stable there are figures of men carry lug sheep and calves on their shoul tiers hastening to the sacred scene In this chapel worshipers remain all night on their knees This manger side of the church Is against the east wail high upon which is the only window In the edifice so that the first toys of the morning sun Irradiate the secures of time Nativity The rays lend a roseate glow and as fcoon as this reaches the worshipers they leave time church light cigarettes and begin their festivities A Chrlstola lane A Yuletide YeTulon of tho donkey party U played dins On a sheet sketch or paste a design of a Christmas tree II 0cach branch of the tree terms ante In a circle containing number using the numbers from one to ten or one to twentyflvt ccordlng to the size of the tree liJrtC person playing U blindfolded In turn and Is given a rosette with which he unfit decorate the tree Each person alms to pin Ills or her rosette on or near to the highest number of tho tree Each coma petltor has three trlalll time three nmn btrs to which he pins nearest being i written down to his credit by the hostess who keeps tally The one whose three numbers added together gives I prize tho largest sum total wins the first The Day of Hope Time day of the Nativity In the day of hope the slay of hope to time struggling conscience of man to the human na tutu which is uplifted In Christ and made partaker of God to the families of men who believe that sacral human love Is not given to perish with the earth but in Christ Is destined to some eternal purpose to nil who labor and pray for the waning of a kingdom where Cod shall reign In men and men shill live in pence amid good will where The war drum shall throb no longer and the liatllelliBt be furld In the parliament of man the federation of the world Right Rev Davis Sessums Bishop of Louisiana Limited Does you feel thankful dls Chris musT Dess mlddlln Providence gimme a good appetite but he stopped right darrAtlanta Constitution Clirlidnni A chandelier A tnlitletoe A lover near A maid below A icuflta dear A kiss or so And that If Chrlntmai dont you know Eliot ICayi Stone In Llpplncotta S- IlurY Trouser Came to De Popular Trousers came into use for general wear with the French revolution The gentlemen the supporters of royalty and sound constitutional principled wore breeches Time sans culottes who denounced every one who wore breeches finally went beyond their op ponents and wore twice as much cloth around their legalin a word adopted the modern trousers and wade them the budge of a party Napoleon who was too thin at one period of his life and too stout nt another to look hits best In small clothes nevertheless wore them on state occasions after ho had been crowned emperor Ills army was the first that wore trousers mid they kept progress step by step with the march of the French legions The French trousers were seen In Egypt III Spain lu Italy In Germany In Poland mid In Russia null with them the neat gaiter People thought that tho roamer lu which u great con quering nation clad its legs was the correct model and wheat the trousers wearers marched over tie wearers of pigtails and knee breeches at Jean and AuiTiitadt u decision was given from which the world did not care to op D- rabwry tl ft 1 ti 4f 1c y r 1Yotr111accept advertisements on a guaranty that our paper has j inlBrcathittpublished Our paper goes to ev ery post ollico in Perry County and almost overYone in Leo Ala gotlin Owsley Wolfe timid Kuotl CountiesIf want to reach tho moun lain trade try an ad in the BKKATH ITT COCNTV NEWS Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are three alffcrcnt manlfenla Ions of sleeplessness First hardly to sleep n wink all nleht second to lie awake a Ions time before falling asleep third to fall asfeep BOOn waking up after several hours and thtn find It hard to sleep lignIn They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere in the brain cells somewhere In the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrong mind must be righted or the end may bo worse than death To right It take Dr Mlles Nervine Some other symptoms of nerve trou ble are Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diseases which any lead to Epilepsy Fits St Vltus Dance Nervous Prostration rnmljsla Insanity Nothing win give such quick and last Ing relief as Dr Miles Nervine My husband had been sick for weeks could not sit up to have Ills bed made tetbeneither sleep or eat Our baby girl was sent away and all callers barrel be cause he could not stand n bit of talk lag I read of a case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr Miles llcstorntlv Nervine We began giving It to him and In a few he was 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III in except Jill in 1 p 1118 p m mid 10 p in Ienvu UeorRetown every hour from 0 nm to 10 p m except 10 n m 12 m and 7 nml 0 p In- V ALKXANDEU PrenMenl uu FARM FOR HAIi 10 ucre 2 mlles south of Indian Fields known as n part of lime Iiulinn Old PioliN A hoiiiie with 7 rooinx cistern ut the door with nil tho other iu ce Kiiry out buildings one stuck burn one tiibucno horn Rulllctent In hold 4 acres of lnlmcfoCliurchrB und school convenient TIll farm U well watered suit fenced Them is n iiicn you 111 orchard Biimething over 100 apple trees In bearing selected fruit cnll on or address me nt Indian Fields Ky O W ALLEN I linen several hundred deeds re corded during my tern of nlllun nIl Jointly Clerk These lire vnliinblu In the owners of the land and I would be Kind for them to cull par time fees tad tnke them ode J Wise IhRin f tft C1I1fY P i IIWFO D JII1ES BR0PNY Ii F cYON Look Jelore 4 r wilII vOlL0 Purchase = s Say dill you know wo haul the 1 I T I rCJ iNTouN 1otl can spend mono anywhere hut whon it comes down to now iiptoilnto right priced giltIgoollulI please tliu customer silt plwiHuro ttJioll of merchandise wtihavo it P HOEE3 natfillY detier in the country to offer bettor goads at thu Santo yourrV The verdict is unanimous C a- I rTruly Jour friut1A A 1 PI CRAWFORD CO facksont JfoniucJcy C C If III IIt srS2 52SaS s252sssz252SZ2i-n IRlathierFt1A11FOIU ft C3iJ 199 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK m Jackson Kentucky a Pnid up a7 Cll1n ull lulu Surplus 265000u I 0 4 0 0 0 e s W6Hpfttlio Einking llushioaa ami Recounts of- tm Isuinper Mauufucturcrs r rn A Tiiiibcr Dealersa mt Business Men 1 MerchantsIi + Partners m Throughout EaUorii Kontuuky and otter our GUto airs 13 WLIBERATERMS s Vitliin tlio limits of lugUImntu business Jv COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTYc 25rSsr5li525rs5Z5s5P S2S2S2S25e52S25S2iSiJrn SV J JInV io sacuro il1 for your monojj actuortiso t rhotl =C 1 ffireath tCounty Tfews s line host medium lJyllJl1ch f to roach all tho mountain r iradai 1 r I TJWICO tho Circulation of1 f any papor in ffiroathitt J iIONustnessthe young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of first importance to gel your Training at the school that stands in the very front rank The Bryant Stratton Business College N KCor Second niul Walnut Sty LOUISYILLK K- VBookkeeping SShorthand Typewriting Seven experienced teachers j each one n specialist in his lin- eWHoror n boauliful hook giving testimonials from graduates occu living proininont positions nil over tilt United States it will be mail cd to School open all the year Students can enter nt nay time E J VHJLG IIT PrcsidcnCT i JJ IJEST HOTEL IN TIlE FUEKnUSTOnml FROM 01TY DEPOT RLINGTONHOT L s S TAULBEE PROP fie JAGKSON li lUGHY GOOD UVBilV STA IILE IN FIRST CLASS SAM PLA CONNECTION ROOMS oc1o1H- F 1I 41 t DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT n Tiro S 100 boltUconUini 3Vf tlm tbe trtol itui wklck Mill tar 89 sees e rurAxio ONLY AT Till LAioRATOiy or E C DaWITT di COMPANY CHICAGO IXJy t r For Sale by M S GRAIN Jackson Ky f if r r 1 tififtIJ l 111TK r iv V yr