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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r BREATHITT COUNTY1 LEWSI J WIBK HAOINS Editor and Publisher A NKWsiAiKii DEVOTED TO THE INTKUKSTS OK EASTERN KKNTUCJKY ONK UOLLAU PEU YEA IN ADVANCE II Volume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday January 6 1905 Number 12 IAVo will accept ndvertSsoinenta on n guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breuthitt County of any pupor publiahiHl Our papor goes to ov ery post oillco in Parry County and almost every ono in Leo Mn gollln Oweloy Wolfe and Knott Counties If you want to reach tho moun tain trade trynn ud in the BUKATIN lIT COUNTY NEWS KILLTHI COUCHaAND CURE WITH Dr Kingsr New Discovery PriesFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for nil TILUOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK J W Dean Contractor for Urick nUtII Steno ork Lltnu and Cumont for snlc Give him a cull when needing Rn in his hoc- JACKSON KY BUY TH EI- Affi 5- J r WiiriiMm1 NE Before You Purchu AR7 Other Writ THE NEW HOME 81WINQ MACHINE COMPANY on not MASS Many Sewing Kuhlntt An nudtta tell weird lnsof quaaU but the Yew llonm If madIto weir Our cutnuitjr nirtr runt out We make Sewing Michlne to suit all eorxJIUoni- ef th traK Tho New Home atandsatthq- bead of all II I isliKrmle Umllj sewing nuchln sold by nulliorUrtl drnlcnt unIT ron SALE aV James M Richardson Co General Agents Bleclrto Illdg CLI3VKLANI 0I WantedIOno thousand Men and Wmnen lu pass the Civil Service Kxiunmntiun for the following Untied States Govern ment position NAME OF POSITICN Dcimrtmcnt Urnncli- AC Limit td0 and over Clerk Mule or Female Stenographer Male or Female Stenograilierand Typewriter Mole lit FemnleHookkeeper Male or Femaja- Knltwny Mall Clerk Age 18 to 85 Tagger 20 nnd over CUM tom 1101114013rnnclt Ago Limit o and over nil Inspector Clerk Mhto or Femnlo- Asilitant Weigher- MoMengcr Sampler Internal Ilovcnno Itrnneli Ago Limit ill und over Clerk Qauger Storekeeper IostOlllcc Brunei Clerk Mnlo or Female 18 to 15 Clerk Carrier For Information as lo requirements Address 0 Box CBS Lexington Ky j I STEVENSARMhhutidown your came All rcquiiti fittmroi vir ofRIFLESyou help tilting the nutic vhca booting a j STEVENSAsk your Iealu td ley Send 4 cent Comas fur I slit a cw prodatr II qIllouroiJaT IcdMeeitrrouawtUUSTEVRNawiAlpd4 uedeooreoudedgaepna IT CAN BU WNaCUlacr 4nd tnnttln ogosulwsolrol4kid flt + J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO t POBOX40M M OHI06PEB FALLS MAN r i ia UIoAI Christmas Exercises Under the innnngoiiient of Rev Edwin T Preston of flue Soul Winners Society the rousing Sunday schools at llonnahell andt Quicksand hold spcinl Christmas exorcises on December 25th The weather fnired up sum icnt to porI mil lino nndiencoa at both Incesv They were well entertained by thoi good lively singing numerous scripture texts and various recita tiona rondored It is very gratify og to note the interest the people re taking in tho meetings going hold every Sunday Many nre realizing aa never before thp imI portnneo of tho Sunday hool for tho training of children ornil ogee from four to eighty Many are being roininded that the Lord was in earnest when Ho saidtUomoinbor tho Sabbath day to keep it holy In a short speech glowingwith patriotism Rev Ireatou prcsontetl tho Quicksand school with n fine bunting flag 1x8 feet in size It was splendid Christmas gift a OBITUARY In loving remembrance of ono who has fallen asleep in the arms of Jesus Widow Mary Arnold wife of Rev G W Arnold was born October 10 1S51 departed this life December 10 1001 aged 53 years 2 months and 3 days She was n member of tho Church of Christ for twentyseven years ofwhich sho was a true and faith ful member until her death She was the mother of eleven children all of whom except ono sho leave- to mourn her loss Sho died in n living faith tolling her children she waa going homo to glory t join her loving companion and daughtorftind not to for he Jhomono more parting but all will bo peace and love nnd joy Hut wo miss theo from our homo dear mother wo miss theo from place dear mother a shadow ot 0 our homo is cast wo miss tho sunshine of thy face wo miss th fond and earnest care our homo isI dock without theo wo miss theo everywhere liEn CHILDREN Hilt Nyes CowIOno of Bill Nyos old stories has been going tho rounds of into said n man who admired tho IntoI humorist unnd it is in my jmlgI mont ono of tho cleverest bits of wit circulated in connection with Nyes life Nyo owned n cowi which ho wanted to solinnd put an advertisement in tho japet- vhich r rend liko this Owing till health I illsell at my rosiI donee in township 10 range 18 according to tho government sur voy ono plush raspberry cow aged 8 years She is of undoubted cour ago und gives milk frequently Ton Ulan who does not fear death in any form sho would bo n great boon Sho is very much attached to her present homo with a stay Iclmin but sho will bo sold to nnJI ono who will agree to treat he right Sho is olloourth Short horn and three fourths Hyena I will also throw in a double bar roled shotgun which goes with- liar In Mayshq usual goes away for n week or tvo and returns witha tall rod calf with wobbly I wouMnrather soil liar to a nonresident Did Uo sell tho cowl Oh I dont know about that Im just tolling you about the advertisement thats nil IJamos and John B Stidham have bought N C Campbells- i blacksmith shop on College nvo- IIUO and will run a shop at the same stand Senator G T Faria of Lan rOlneIsonting tory s + 5 J PORT ARTHUR SURRENDERS Port Arthur whoso hills have for months run red with flue blood of tho bravest of two warlike nay has nt last succumbed to the flerco tenacity of tho Japanese attack General Stoessol kept time Russian flag flying for eleven long months yet his 40000sold ers have been reduced to H small bondsand his splendid Hoot had bean sunk beneath tho waves and on Sunday tho white lag of truce was floating beside tho Russian and on Monday tho Hagof victorious Japan iloated over all Mig nificent was tho attack of General Nogi magnificent was tho defense of General Stoessol and the siege of Port Arthur will bo ono of tho celebrated sieges of history When ime siege was in full blast Gen Stoossell dramatically announced that ho would never surrender Port Arthur will bo my tombI Yet when ho had been besieged for months and tho fortress born budod night and day until it was veritable hell ho acted wisely in accepting tho inevitable and ns far as Port Arthur is concerned tho Russian flag is furled forever It cost the Japanese 80000 to 100000 mOil to take tho fortress and 5100000000 in cash Tho number of ofllcors killed was proportionately greater than in any battle known in history liaUinways Neck Broken John Iiathawaycol was hanged an Winchester last Tues day morning for tho murder o ast place Tho couple lived hero for a while during 1003 but sepa Vinotor followed and Ahictrreturn Jackson but sho refused and during tho quarrel that ensued ho shot her dead and thou tried to kill himself In the first trial he confessed but ono of the jur nue 11 Fanaltyr in tho death penalty Ho had been noted jockey having ridden in many important races and several to victory Col J G Craddock editor of tho Paris KentuckyCitizen died at the hospital in Lexington Dec 2lth of pneumonia Ho was the oldest editor in the state and was cry successful newspaper man Judge W L Stout of Wood fdrd county has been appointed circuit judge in the 14th judicial district to succeed Judge Cantrill Novembeor to tho Court of Appeals C P Sanders was lucre tho firs of tho week representing Bolkunp tC Co in the saddlery nnd harness department which hue they hav recently added to their store James B Stidham formerly of Roosevelt has moved to Jackson i whore ho will go into the black smith business Earlr Ashleyof Torrent wna hero on business this week AUVIi RTISHI L15TTKK LIST advtrtirtnt Jackson Ky January 5 and sent to the dons letter office at Washington O Q for the week ending January 10 lOOt 1Itullanl Andy Bryant Annie llerchain AMu Dllzard Matt Bullun Margaret hack Fluruney Cobb Lucy Cullle George A Joluiion LIIO Louise Will McIntosh 1111 Moore SMI- tltolila Daisy Smith It II Smith A 0 Smith Ottilia Strong Maggie Stomule II Leo Taylor Bosle Vaughn Mary VaMon henry Walker R N Working Night and Day Tho busiest and mightiest Iltil thing that was over unlade Id D Kings New Lire Pills These pill I change weakness Into strength list leiiress Into energy t raln fag Into tnental- mpotver Theyre wonderful bulldnc up health Only 25c per lox Sold by The Jackson Drug 001 y 6 J 4t 1 nomen Healthier Than Mm- Rloco wore boys than girls ore born in the countries of western Europe tho proportion being 1010 to 1000 boys to every 1000 girls how can we account for the tact that there lire more women thou men In these countries To this question M de Varlgur a French sol entUt rejllcs at length In a leading Iarls vapor Since there are more women although more won arc born he says we roust conclude that more men die than women because they nre not an healthy Hherc Is no other so lutlon and moreover nil the obtains ble facts point In the same direction Mpro hoya ere born than glrln yet there are almost always more girls shire than boys Many per nis think that the principal reason why more wen die than women Is because they lead Intemperate lives but though there may be BOUIO truth lu this It can not bo the sole solution of the problem as the mortality among males Is greatest during their early years be tore they know What vice or lutctnpvr anco means Tonic totho System For liver trouble ant constipation there Is nolliliiR better than DaWitts Little Early losers the anion little Pills They do not weaken the tom aeh Their action upon this system is mild pleasant and harmless Rub Moors nf LaFayette hid says hN nee talkirR DpWKts Utile Early Itliers do their work All other pllln I have used gripe cud make me sick in the stomach and never cured mo De tYitLa Little Early Klsers proved to be the long euught relief They are simply perfect Persons trnvellnj find litt1u Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry tith them Sold lij MS Oroln Savage Flrt to Wear lalachc- In Greece and Itome no mustaches were worn Without beards but In the conquering dugs of the Itomou empire several halt civilized races who had come partially under the Influence of the Homaua and who wished to be rid of the ones of barbarl or weavers of beards attempted to Blmve In Imitation hodfpose and na the upper lip Is notorious ly the tinniest part of the face to suave In the case of any one poory skilled In the art they were unable to make a clean job of It and left o quantity of hair on the upper Iii This murk was characteristic of several nations on the confines of Homau civilization of the Gauli In particular of the Daclans anti sonic others The Latin language lias no word for mustache The Dlilnnce lo the tan If the water In tho Atlantic ocean were mad a to fill a circular pipe reach log from the earth to tho sun n dU dance of 03000000 wiles the diameter of the pipe would be 1337 yard or rather over a mile while a pipe of similar length to contain the Pacific threequarterasun Is so great that If a child were born with an arm long enough to reach to the sun It would not live long enough to know that It had touched It for sensation passes along our nerves at tho rate of 100 teat a second and to travel from the sun to the earth at that rate would take one and a hnlf centuries arid such an abnormal In Cant Is an unlikely centenarian Longmans Magazine The Value of Fre h Air In the museum connected with the Edinburgh university Is1 nn that Is n striking object lesson of Talus ot fresh olr A professor hOB secured the lungs of an Eskimo a Londoner and a coal miner He has bad them preserved by chemical proc ess and they are now side by side II n glass case The Eskimos lungs art pure white tho Londoners lungs are re hinttt his lungs dean not because he knew more about breathing than tho Lon donor or the coal miner but Uecnns- o ho lived In n land of snow fields nn spent his time In the open nlr No Pity Shown For years fate was lifter me conlln uotihly writes F A Gulledge Vrr bena Ala I madn terrible case of Piles causing 31 tumors When all failed Bucklena Arnica Salves curd me Equally good for Burns and nil aches and palnes Only 5a nt Tin Jackson Drug Oo Irlntiuod is jiro pared to print letterheads note head bill heads statements en velopes cards labels receipts invitations anti all kinds of business stationery on tho best stock in tasteful style nt tho most reasona blo prices Compare our work with that turnad out by any job oflico und you will find it to your advantage to have us do your work Wo also print posters pant phlets and everything usually turned out by a country office pareo e1rH procure some very fine ones from M S M Hngins nRemember tho oyster supper it t the Presbyterian church Friday niehtrjanuary i3 l V A LEPAGE PICTURE The Work That Drought the ArtUt Iubllu HtcoRtiltlmi Time label on n certain sprlu water Ktlll in use was desguated by Du Maurler who was probably not over paid for It and u Now York artist who has since gained distinction eked out the hardest part of his early struggles by designing advertisements for n commercial house There have been many more perhaps but the most con splcuous on record Is Uustleu Lepage who through this very fact was forced luto fame lie was pursued by unmer ciful disaster through his youth iu his effortsto study art Ills mother worked In the fields to keep a sickly boy nt school At fifteen he went clone to Paris starved for seven years painted without BUCCCSH but still paluted lie had Just finished a picture to send to the Salon when Paris was besieged and he rushed with his comrades to the trenches On limo first day n shell fell luto his studio and destroyed his picture and another shell burst at his feet wound lag him He was carried home and lay 111 and Idle for two years Then he returned to Paris and reduced to nbso lute want painted cheap finis for a living Quo day a manufacturer of some patent medicine ordered a picture from him to Illustrate Its virtues Lepage who was always sincere gave his beat work to this advertisement He paint ed a landscape lu the April sunlight The leaves of tender green quivered In Limo breeze A group of beautiful young girls gathered around n fountain from which tho elixir of youth sprang iu a bubbling stream Lepage believed there was real merit In It Let me offer It nt the Salon he naked his patron The manufacturer was delighted But first paint a rnlubow arching over the fountain he said with the name of my medicine upon H Lepage refused Then I will not pay you a sou for the picture The price of title picture meant bread tor months and the painter hind long needed bread The chance of adrnls slon to tho salon was small lie heal lifted Then ho silenced Lila hunger and carried the canvas to the salon It was admittedIts success Insured Lepage public recognition and his later work gained him n place among the greatest of wing artists PROVERBS OF MEXICO The noise Is more than the powder the Mexican way of saying It la hot airWhen It mum we nil get wet tho Mexican way of saying Misfortunes newer come singly The devil Is not astute because he Is the devil but because he Is olduse- to express the value of experience When bread Is cut crumbs are left expressing the tact that wo all haven share In our neighbors good fortune After the child Is drowned cover up the wclltho Moxlcnu way of saying After the horse Is stolen lock tho stableIt better to go around than to fa down expressing the fact that It often bettor to avoid n dltllculty than to try to overcome It Chicago Jour ual Would make Sure About the Soni A little boy who had hen blowin buggies all the morning tiring of pin and suddenly growing serious suit lead me that thory about heaven It 1th limo glorloutb outtthe water Oh yes Im pretty thure I did Time mother read the description the beautiful city time streets of gold wltbLwords No one can enter there who loveth or mnketh a He bounding up ho said I gueth Ill go amid thee about that tuoapl Now York Observer Mireielec- tric wire amid you want to extricate him therefrom do not take hold of time vie tints hands na Is often done iu a case of this kind You Will be shocked 1 you do Ue sure to grub the clothes alone nnd then you are safe and the current cannot reach you Do not let anything como In contact wfcli your bare bauds but Ills coat and rouse Of course If you have thick leatLi gloves on you can honcho with Impu nity the Individual In distress Appropriate Ending The thoughtful little boy with tho high forehead tied nn oblong rlC mode of tin to the dots tall nh watched the animal go tearing down the alloy For n Scotch collie the boy ex plumed to time UyatatidcreI thought ho wasnt quite ns canny as he oug to be Chicago Tribune Softening It IJoothlot What do you mean by say Ing Im time worst nctor you ever saw Coolly Well lice no doubt It did Beein rather harsh but then you know there ore so ninny actors I have never areaTlltoslaururmscrlpt iterationIlIe says a clever thing quite often Exactly Ho doesnt seem to realize that It should be said only puce Philadelphia Press Poe the Serlon Moment I hear he refused to take chloroform when he w operated on Yes ho said hed rather take It Tvuou ho paid bla ibllL I MARRIAGE IN MEXICO Row the KnicnKcmeiit and Wvdillna Cerpinonlm Are Celebrated The Mexican people are hospitable to- P fault always welcoming their friciula oven though they bolo not enough to cat themselves And they religiously visit the sick Including those who have contagious diseases They are nl so addicted to public social functions tho Invariable mode of entertainment being the dance They ore fond of music though not proficient lu the art of making It probably more from luck of opportunity than from lack of capac ity The vlollu nnd guitar are the usual Instruments of music the repertory of the local musicians being usually lim ited to n few tunes which are In equal demand for the dance and for time fu neralOne of the most Interesting and beautiful of the social functions is the prcn dorlo When a young man wishes to 1 marry ho asks for the girl of his choice of the parents not of the girl herself and If she is given the prendorlo nt once follows ushered In by shooting and demonstrations of joy The bride and bridegroom are publicly presented to their future par ntslnlaw after which the company pass In procession In frout of the couple each one drop ping a piece of money Into the hands of the bride Then follows the Inevita ble dance This public betrothal Is con sidered almost as binding na marriage Dud I have heard of but one instance In which the compact was not kept the recreaut bridegroom In that case being visited with ostracism The betrothal Is usually followed by marriage just as soon as the senlces of the priest can be secured The marriage ceremony Is followed by a feast more notable for time abundance of things to drink than for things to eat and by the usual dance Indeed the festivities are often prolonged for several nights after the wedding Southern Workman THE AGE OF STARS Color Alit the Astronomer In MuU lag Ills Calculation As a star contracts from the our rounding nebulous matter from which It was thrown ofT Its temperature rises and with this augmented bent occurs a change both In the stars spectrum and color Rcdhot Iron Is not nearly so hot as white hot Iron By observing the vn rlous changes In tint which the metal undergoes the foundryman Is able to a tell with considerable accuracy Its de gree of heat A somewhat similar method of gauging a stars temperature and therefore Its age Is relied upon by the astronomer Color then and spec troscoplc analysis enable the nstroi met to estimate the age of orbs that are only beginning to exist as stars and others whose light is fast fading After having coagulated as It were from a nebulous mass a star assumes ads nil Intense bluish white much like that ot the electric arc Stare ot that hue- are therefore In their Infancy Then cornea the white stage followed by the yellow orange and red each succeed lug hue Indicating greater celestial nu tlqulty than the last Up to the yellow period the star as It contracts grows IIholterand hotter Then a gradual cools place Accompanying the changes in color ore changes In ti spectrum ot the star chances that In sleets u modification In physical strut ture In the bluish white period of stars Infancy the characteristic wide lines of hydrogen gas predominate lu changesy I Iron appear tho hydrogen lines gradu ally becoming thinner and those of Alagra4 ofsine Trnfllo In Iliimnn Skin ofThe skin grafting experiments while been so successful of recent have led to a new form of llvellho which is fairly remunerative Several of the London hospitals have on their books the names lId addresses of many men and women who have un dertaken to sell portions of their cuticle whenever the necessity noses nnd It Is said that quite n regular truffle Is now being done In the buying and sell- Ing of human skin The persons who are vllllng to sacrifice their flesh for money are by no menus confined to the poor und destitute class London Ainl- f The 1nntnl union The first step townrtl the formation of the postal union which line had such wide results came from Cer many lit the shape of proposal for an nurat erat Jlerue lu 3373 when twentytwo countries joined the union Including time whole of Europe A second cot gross met III IarU In ISiS when other countries came in and the of- I cia I title Intcruntlounl 1ontal Union amtdbon lu 1SS3 mid ut Vienna In JS01 The Attraction Prim Mother 3Iy son I am druid htyou arc going to make n mistake mnrrylng Miss Ensyways Both sl and her mother are tearfully lax h01J keepers SouI know It mother that what caught me Its so comfortable over there you know I can sit down anywhere In the parlor without bell told that Im mussing things UIIIDe trolt kite Press An Unen y Scat Pa said Tommy opening the pa IIIler who sits on the sent of war No ono responded papa becaim the seat of war generally has n lac In ItBultlmore Herald Tbo great question Is not so much I what money you have In your pocket I ns what you will buy with It llnskln Command great fields but cultivate small onei Virgil F- i 1 Sfo Hm g nlt ISEWING MACHINE ROLLER nEARING HIGH GRADE o e by buying reliable tllisIlifglf grade ing machine IN1tlonnlSomething New Valuable Tours T- OFLORIDAVI a- 5oUUn l ailvuay Intl Queen Crescent Route Go One Way Return Another Winter tourist tickets good going vin Asheville ihrnuRh the Lund of the Sky and btaiillful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Ohalta noocn or vice versa sue now on sale at LOW KATES Time Florida Limited Solid train train of llnes Vulhrion Drawing Room Sleepers and vestlbuled coaches with Dining Oar service leaves Lexing ton every morningiva Queen Ores cent lloute running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga l and Southern lUihvny The Ohicngo and FloriJaiSpPcial be ginning January Oih consisting of Ornwing Itoom Sleepers Observation Cars etc will leave Oiiwinnati every evening except Sunday running through to St Augustine via Olmttnndoca and Southern Railway with 1nlnll Car service enroute Throtich Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannh From Louisville connection with all of time above trains Ismnde at Loiing ton by trains ur timeSouthern Railway- For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder rotes schedules or itlter iiifornuaioii nddrrss G D AILKX O P lluNaKRFonn A Q 1t San Uy D P A Sou liy KyeW OKiNBAnsos GPAQ C Route Oiiiciniiatl 0 PROCURED AND 8eDdroodel- I drawlDtr uidtmrepat fee W obtaIA pleDla trade marklSgbyetchow IN ALL COUNTBIE8 Siulxta diner trick UoII411141 raves fiat ofleIbeQoknrh Exclusively Write or coma to oi at CTatentOaral Ladies Only 1 Women Who 1Need Most Relief From Little Irrir tating Pains and Aches Dr Mlles AnU Pain Tills pre toe women AVomans delicate nervous organism tingles to tho least Jarring Influence and some echo or pain Is tho result Tho remedy Is nt hand IlllsfiThey on wom ans nervous trpinUro and relieve and scure tho pales to which she Is a martyr Headaches ncurulciao palmi monthly pains and nil kinds of pains dliappcar as If a gentle hand had tightly soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache nr9 all cured by these IJttle Comforters toCured without danger of disagreeable cured quickly cured with eout unnatural action on liver stomachs or other Internal organs Dr Miles AntiPain rills please the women and tho children take them be gcause they are easy to take and soothe sufferings For years I had spells of sick headache nt times sulTerlng untold ngonles- I could not endure any eYCltement GoIng to church and ten vslUnJrr brought tl1e80 terrlbJo numerous remedies without relief until I tried Dr Mlles AntiPain and they fuse cured mo When I teelayandtake n pill nun3treYSARAH W rJ Price Zfo a box Never sold In built Write to ui tOt Free Trial TREE P1ckatot Mllef Anti Pain Pllli tho New Bclcntlflo nemcdn roc Pain Also Symptom flank Our Specialist will dlllgnosft your caaehteUis Wnll howyou lm1ICA CO l lnpftATOlilEBk1111AliT 1hIe a r J 1A la h Av r i dire ftreaihtii Tfows J WISE HAOINS Editor 1Friday January 0 100G 1 PKOFESSIONAL CARDS r = J WISE HAGINS ATTORNEYATLAWOffice JACEIQK KKKTUOCT All buiineis Intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful at teationlnnmmmm = u- L L ILAWYER JACKSON KENTUCKY a Will practice in Brcathitt and 1 Magoffln Counties = Lii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii 11 aimuuiui nun 1II r lQ W FLIENOB A II 1 FU2ENOR LAWYERS PATTON I LJACKSON N H KENTUCKY JJOHN D WHITE LAWYER Office over Bank Manchester Clay Co KentuckyAlso Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will in State and U 8 Courts Invites correspondence touching Era Co lands In Owsley or 0 V L lands In Harlan or Goose Creek farm KyUpon investigate and report valuesof titles or large trnctr of timber coal and oil lands located between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the head of Kingdom Come Letch er Co Ky SHSSSESHSHSHSHHESaSH ill JLEETE BEURIS CIVIL ENGINEERSAND Prompt Attention given to ell classes of work and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED T l JACKSON rn1ksrt ffr5rS25aCONLEY BROWN COPE iii- 1VIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS i F Local Surveying n specialty OldmHargis rn li52 =PS52S eaaa aasS2BJ ANNOUNCEMENTS n FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce GRANT HOLLIDAY ai candidate for Representative from the 92d Legislative District compose d of the counties of Breathitt Lee nnd Magoffln subject to tho action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOIN L STRONG m a candidate for Assessor of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Re publican party = The resolutions you made this timo last year will do to use again Most of them are as good as new If New Years day is to be regarded as a festival it should be changed to some date when the bills do not come in It is a fact that many good items are lost to newspapers every da by the modesty of people who fa to tell the editor of matters con righccrningthing to do is to stop TIlE News representative when you happen to meet him or telephone 64 and tell him that you were away on n visit that you have relatives iting you that you were or ha fbeen doing good If you have doing anything mean keel- that to yourself for others will = tell that If business is dull that is th + Advertisinsg will turn the dulness of today s into the brisk trade of tomorrow I If business is good that is theI i time to advertise Surely every l merchant wishes business to stayI good and advertising is an assur c ance of this No matter how much business a merchant is doing he should not be averse to seeing i become better Good advertising will accomplish this The ma f who has had energy enough t workup a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and grow Then he should use t more and better rertis DgI kr 5 E IFF5 By virtue of execution No 1707 in favor of A II Patton VB W R Day which Issued from tho Clerks office the Breathitt Circuit Court I or one of my deputies will on Monday January 23j 1003 between tho hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m at the Court- House door In Jackson county of BretthlttKy expose to sale to the highest the followin property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt Interest and costs towit A onefourth undivided Inter est in the following described property and being W R Days Interest in snid land Beginning on a large bush on the bank of Little Frozen about 35 or 40 thPillS 1190 feet toa spotted oak on top of ridge I etween Little Frozen nnd Boon t Fork thence with ridge N 4830 AV 4 Iileet to a merle thence N 7 W 218 to W 300 feet to a stake l N833011207 to a black oak n C3 373 feet to a stake i n 43 w 140 feet the top of a large knob n 8 e 105 to to a stake n 68 w 445 feet to a stake n 49 45 w 413 feet to a stake n 9 ltO e 223 feet to a stake n 80 e 185 feet to a black locust n 11 w 530 feet to 28Ito a dogwood In pap at head of Italian branch of Little Frozen creek i n 01 w 350 feet to a stake two chestnnt sap lings on a point in 75 w 410 feet to large chestnut oak and corner to 1 L Hurst n 2230 w 172 feet to a take n415 w302feet toastake n 8030 w 786 feet to a stako Letween Mud Lick- and Upper Branch N 58 w 352 feet to Ii stake a 76 w 478 feet to a hickory 1 430 w 305 feet to n stake s 81 30 w 205 feet to a stake a 10 e 270 feet to a stake a 211 o 445 feet to a small black oak s 16 jSO e 405 feet to a stake s 87 feet to a black gum on tho end of n point near the road up Little Frozen s Co7e 223 feet to a birch thence crossing Creek s 2080 w 841 toes to a stake s 2 w 135 feet to a stake B 2480 w 182 feet to a stake s 25 115 feet to n stake a 80 w 185 feet to two sour woods a 7830 w 291 feet to a block oak s 22305 w 171 feet to n stoke 48 30 w 418 feet ton stake s 72 w 2 feet to n pine on a knob s 2416 w 1 feet to a stake ia 7 e 5C3 feet to n dies- nut oak True Corner same tour continued in ell a 22 e 240 feet to a stake 827 o I32 toot to II white oak 89 e 251 fart to n stake n 7030 e feet to attike in low gap n 7680 e feet to a small maple on point f a 28 e 402 feet to a sta s 80 e 601 feet to small hickory i s 10 w 590 feet to a lit ory and corner to Wm Days tract head of Drift Branch and Little Frozen Creek s 40 e 355 feet to a stake n 68 e 400 feet to n sta n 81450 215 feet to a white oak between Troft Branch n Boocer Branch of Little Frozen 0580 e 255 feet to a spa and black gum n 4030 e 223 toot to a stats 88 e 9 feet to a stn n 5080 e 105 feet to white oak on point n 7780 e 102 Ic to a small hicory n 57 e 178 feet to etaa 0930 e 347 feet to a stn a77 231 feet to a small hlcory s 26 e 3 feet to H aka s 6230 e 125 feet to t+ small black oaks a 86 30 e 150 feet to chestnnt a 8530 e 120 toot to a sta 60 e 235 feet to a basket oak mark J T D 1893 thence down the hill ee 8030 e 810 lent to a sycamore tr standing where Little Frozen empties Into Boone Fork said Is n 60 iv DayIIof Frozen creek thence up Little Frozen n 3545 W 182 feet too sta 5 iv 951eet to s spa n 3630 w 238 feet to a statn 50 w 108 feet to the beginning containing four hundred and eighty acresSECONDBeginning at a eta at the mouth ol Frozen Creek thence n 33 742 feet to a drain and up drain a 43 eI 214 feet to a eta in drain s 82 w t 10 to end of point B 4030 w 150 feet to water birch on bank of river thence n 89 w 231 feet to the beginning containing 8X acres TIIIBU Beginning at a large water i oak standing nt the mouth ot Frozen creek thence up said creek with tho line of J T Day or W M Day etc home tract n 3130 e 893 feet to a stalI 8915 e 402 feet to n stan 43 o 528 feet to n Its n 51 e 274 feet to a sta n 8845 S09 feet to a sta n 5015 e 238 feet to a sta n 70 e 702 feet to n sta n 16 e 101 teat to a sta n 17 w 447 feet to a sta and cross mark on n point of a rock below railroad thence up the hill crossing railroad n 89 w 135 feet to sta on between Frozen creek Blachburn branch thence up center ot said point n 25 w 182 feet to a bled onk n 85 w 204 feet to a sourwood 30na blao walnuts n 2030 w 207 foal to a chestnut n 5130 w 238 feet to a white oak n 8230 w 230 feet to a sta n 38 w 482 feet to a mayIe s 05 w 182 feet to a gap between Blacburn branch and Orchard branch a 5030 w 814 feet to a chestnut oak n 51 w 863 feet ton sta n 81 w 253 feet to a chestnut oak n 88 w 440 feet to a eta n 6030 w 11 feet to a blac oak on nob a D3 w 594 feet to n eta s 65 w 405 feet to a iota 15 30w 148 feet to a eta B 3630 w 80 2itpp s 7830 w 176 feet to n bleu oak and cor wtstn s 2480 w 148 feet to a spa a 215 w 255 feet to a Ito s 650 w 420 feet to sta i B 20 w 132 feet to a eta s 81 w 512 feet 15 w 81 feet to a sta app forksiVhito Oak creek thencc down the hill n 7030 w 841 feat to n sta In county road at forks of White feedt w 282 feet to stn s s 21 w 722 feet to sta B 8030 w 178 feet to sta a Ow2S3 feet to etae1e844feettoetaelltv250toe to sta s 18 e 105 feet to eta s 2980 e 118 feet to eta s 480 e 70 feet to mul berry at new school house a 3680 160 feet to an apple tree s 1 e 222 feeet s r 149 feet to gate a 8 e 280 toot to spa 430 e 800 feet to sta a 8045 e 080 feet to eta il8280 e 1000 feet to a sta n 7330 e eta n 67 o 652 feet a sta n 55 e 502 feet to a stat n 8845 418 feet to stn i n 77 o 100 feet to the beginning containing eight hundred fortyslq and threefourth acres a FOUK Beginning at a large beech on the left bank of the north fork of the Ky river loaf app the mouth of Frozen creek thence running down the river n 47 w 116 teat to eta s S3 w 093 feet tot Jfjftfeet to eta a 8380 w 231 feet to eta n 88 w 231 feet to sta s 8030 w 823 feet oppositeoa sta n 78 w 2b0leat to eta n 85 IV 402 feet to a eta n 82 w 820 feet to a smalldrainto sta 18030 e 54 feet to a eta a 1130 lib feet to alai s 1680 e 114 feet to r 2080Ea e eta i o feet to a s 29 e ISO feot to n stakes 3730o 250 feet to eta s 2845 e lb feet to sta s 13 o ICO feet to nn nth e ZD a 09 feet to a chestnut a 12 I 238- Ir teat to n hlcory a 3730 e 258 felt to a hlcory s 5230 e 128 toot ton block oak 8 81 30 a 255 fooUo a sta 8 22 o 405 feet to n double chestnut oak n 67 e 270 feot to a eta 8 49 o 105 feet to n eta a JIj e 243 feet to n dogwood I 63 SO e SOU feet to n black oak n 215 o 105 tent to a black oak s 2030 e 140 feet tostns21a278focitoatas9Ge 250 feet to a black onk n O1 e 235 foot to a aouewoods n e n n e 100 feet to sta s 5045 0 245feet to a hie ory s 19300 413 tact to a hlcory i 03 15 a 170 Poet to n white oak s 1030 w 200 tent to spa a 80 eOO feet to a stn8 47 e 207 feet to stn s 11300166 fact to stai a 18 w 350 feet to stn a 27w SOlfeet to eta s 2115 feet to sta s 18 w 350 feet to sta s 27 w C81 feet to stn s 21 s 15 e 83 teat to n btifli corner to K UI Land Company j Licence with same 84 30 e 887 feet to n sa n 70 80 o 807 tail to spa s SO e 140 feat to Iota s 07 e 150 feet to sta a 5515 e 103 feet to itta 03tsta n 1530 e 495 toot to stn n 530 e ehutoto n etsta n 18 e 515 toot to stn n 21 30 a 778 feet to a sta n 30 e 883 feet to sta n 10 e 890 feet to stake n SJO o 108ft to sta n 13 30 w 314 feet to eta n 37 15 8be8tho 5 Beginning on tho bank of tho North Fork of tho Kentucky River at the mouth of Cedar Creek thenco up salVd k and dogwood thenco up the spur S 1830 E 225 foot to a stake S 67 E 120 tact to a stake S 29 720 feet to a small hickory on a knob and corner to old Henry Pences tract thence S 40 E 231 feet toa stake S 1730 400 toot to a stako S 545 W 400 fiat to a stake S 4015 E 260 feet toe a stake S 18 W 248 feet to a stako sourwood pointer on knob S 804 6 W 350 foot to a stake in Gap between Cedar and Holloy In Bud Sheffield cornfield thenco 3 4430 W 445 foot to black oak on top of knob S 930 W 231 feet to a stake S 2330 E 29 6 feet to a stake S 01Y 314 feet to a stake black oak pointer In gap S 3- 11V 9 330 feet to a black oak N 8930 60W 248 feet to a chestnut oak S 3130 350 feet to a stako N 8630 W 755 betweeactd n of Chandler Farm thence S 3 W 427 feleet 80to a hickory between Cedar and Low Fork Branch at Wolfo county lino 213t0 0 5 Peat to a stoke s 81 E 210 feet to a stake S C8 E 208 teat to a stako 190 feet to a stake S 43 E 41 3 nnfeet to a stako S 1430 E 125 feot stako S 4730 E 2sO feet to a stake S 8 E 335 feet to a stake S beginninga thee e r andlyaavna 4 edfeet to the Lower Ford Broach B 10 feet to the beginning contaIn- Ing 10 acres 8 Beginning at a stako by bin Fork In publlo road a corner to Brad Young thence running up hill wit- de h said Youngs lino N 55 E 225 feet a stalco N 69 E 224 feet to stake 43 E 172 feet to chestnut oak N 2730 E 250 feot to stake N 6730 E 547 feet to chestnut oak N 930 W 322 feet to hickory N 630 E 106 feet to chestnuoako t foot to stake S 6930 E ISO feet to whlto oak N 6130 E 633 feet to two- rt hickories N 7630 E 370 feet to oak N 2730 E 335 feet to locust 1130 W B4G feet to ash N 3230 E 618 feet to chestnut oak N 30 E 630 feet to chestnut N 6 W 65 feet to stake N 1130 W 413 feet to chestnut oak N 2530 W 335 feet to stake S 1145 E 607 feet to chestnut oak a corner to lend of Charles Banks an running with same N 30 W 140 Pao to stalto N 32 W 413 feet to saga- e tree N 40 W 367 feet to chestnut oak a corner to William Hampton leav HamptonsIInoW 327 feet to stake N 88 W 400 feet to hickory N 01 W 621 foot to hick- a ory S 62 W 1600 feet to hickory a corner to Jerry Bowen thenco with samo S 1230 W 165 feet to a locust- k S 20 W 216 feet to a locust 8 20 E tno a maple 8 21 E 382 feet to a stako S 34 W 186 feet to black oak S 4 W 277 feet to maple S 208 feot to stake S 5 E205 feet to stake S 19 W 380 feet to bush N 72 W 440 feet to stake N 24 W 180 feet to stake N 41 W 247 foot to chestnut N 8230 W 700 feet to stake N 4430 W 165 feet to black oak N 7930 W 630 feet JetrjS 36 W 730 feet to a locust a comae to Nigger Branch and with same S 24 E 412 feet to a chestnut oak S 880 W 420 feet to a stakoS 29 241 feet to a black oak S 31 W feet to hickory S 280 W 468 feet to dogwood S 31 W 23G feet to stake S 5 W 131 foot to chestnut oak S 8330 W 246 foot to a stake S 12 W 670nfeet to black oak N 78 E 112 feet to chestaut oak a 7745 E 305 feet to dogwood a corner to Brack Woung Thenco with same 80 E 60 foot to stake N 70 E 382 foot to a sugar tree N 6830 E 500 feet to a stako N 8 E 160 foot to stako N 47 E 620 feet to the beginning containing 6 10y acres- t 9 Beginning at n largo rock on the loft side ot Frozen Creek a corner to Wm Smiths thence running up said NEE 412 feet to a small poplar N 7745 E 1098 feet to a buck a corner to El bert Johnson leaving Smiths land and running up the hill with said Johnson N 6 W 69 feet to a stake N 22 E 163 feet tp a utuke N 10 W 137 feet to a stake N 80 W 292 feet to it buckeye N 15 W 147 feet to a large hickory N 2316 W 213 feet to largo dogwood N 230 E 218 feet to a stake N 2346 W 112 feet to a stako N 2030 W 128 feet to a large chestnut oak N 15 E 460 feet to a black oak a corner to A D and W E Stoops land leaving said Johnsons land and running with Stoops N 145 K 17 reel to ft black ooh N 3130 W 310 feet to a stake N 17 E 440 Poet to chestnut oak B 120 feet to a chestnut N 2D9aD 895 foot to chestnut oak N Bl E 204 foot to a chestnut N 2946 E 695 foot to chestnut oak N 61 B 204 feet to a small hickory N 1630 E 2SC foot to stake N230 W 405 feet to locust N 2730 W 185 feet to hickory N 1216 E 401 feet to an X on n rock N 234G 1 1 E 246 Jget to a chestnut oak a cor ner to Brach Young thence leaving tho land of enid Stoops anti running with tho like of said Young N 40 W 122G foot to a stake N 8115 W 10eI feat to a bunch of chostnuta N W 300 feet to n stake N 1310 W fjU i foal to a stake N 230 E 140 toot to dogwood a corner to Day Brothers land on Mork Fork thence leaving land of said Young anti with land of Day Brothers N 7745 W 366 teat to chestnut oak S 78 W 115 feet te n black oak N 8945 W D70 loot to o black oak N 2715 W 288 teat to o chestnut oak N 1430 W 380 foot to a black oak N 12 E 166 feet to a stake N 3330 E 245 feet to a chest nut oak N 5 E 131 feet to n stakes N 31 E 235 feet to dogwood N 230 E 468 feet to hickory N 31 E 234 tact to black oak N 29 E 244 tact to stako N 830 E 430 feet to chestnut oak N 24 W 412 feet to two hick erica and a locust a corner to the land of Jeff Smith thence with th lino of said Smith N 85 W 220 f to chestnut S 5730 W 350 feet to sugar In Gap S 6130 W 510 feet t locust N 80 W 214 feet to stake 4115 W 175 feet to locust S 70 W 310 feet to hickory N 6TW 400 foot to locust S C2 W 320 foot to hlek0r In a gap S CO W 200 feet to bloc oak N 83 W 180 feet to white oak S 78 W 13C feet to stake N 43 W 270 feet to chestnut oak N 6030 W 3S 0 feet to a locust a corner to Dunns heirs thence leaving the land of Jeff Smith and running with tho Dunn s heirs S 0830 W SCO feet to a hick IVOry N 8430 W 295 feet to a hick ory N 76 W 285 toot to a chestnut oak a corner to AVm Hurst thence with samo S 3730 W 874 feet to a dogwood S 36 W 237 teak to hick ory S 63 W C50 feet to a chestnut oak S 10 W 295 tent to chestnut oak B 63 E 160 feet to a snrvlce S 65 W 360 foot to a black oak S 6330 E 440 feet to a hickory S 35 E 336 feat to a black walnut S 7 E 36 0 feet to a hickory S 60 W 325 feet to a white oak S 80 W 110 feet to- E a stake S 85 W 220 feet to a hickory S 45 W 210 feet to a hickory S 43 0 W 440 feet to chestnut oak 8 1101 280 feet to chestnut oak S 36 W 69 2 feet to chestnut oak a corner to An drew Vancleavo thence with same 26 B 216 feet to chestnut oak S 7 E 415 toot to a stake S 36 E 98 feet to a stake S IE W 1304 feet to a chestnut oak S 7 E 360 feet to white oak S 7716 E 540 feet to a hickory S 28 E 456 foot ton chestnut oak S 1830 W 518 feet to a stake S 25 E 95 feet to a stake S 17 E 8C5 feet to a hickory a corner to Sewell heirs then co with same N 73 E 840 feet to a chestnut S 1730 E 796 feet to a black oak 8 16 E 420 feet to a black oak S 7130 E 345 feet to a hickory S 55 E 330 feet to a chestnut oak S 57 E 132 feet to a black oak N 4530 E C56 feet to a chestnut oak N 7930 E 81 feet to a black oak S 6130 E 280 feet to a black oak S 14 E 930 feet to white oak S 83 E 82 feet to a stako N 74 E 475 feet to tho begin- S nine containing 12501fs acres 10 Beginning at a stako at the forks of Morg Fork n corner to W E Stoops land thenco up right fork with a lino of samo N 6830 E 110 toot to n buck N 28 W 404 feet to black oak N 4 W 130 feet to a stake N 7 A 283 feet to a chestnut N 2630 W 490 feet to a hickory N 30301 516 feot to a hickory N 7830 W 26 feat to a black oak N 11 W 209 tsen to a black ooh N 27 W 603 feet chestnut oak a corner to tho Morg Fork Tract thenco running with same S 5730 W 547 feet to a stako S 2730 W 250 feet to a chestnut oakA 6922k5 a a stako 8 8 W 160 feat to stake S treeN n feet to dogwood n corner to Branch thence with samo B 230 140 feet to stake S 1315 E 645 feet to stake S 4815 E 300 feet to a bunch of chestnuts S 8116 E 100 feet to a stake S 40 E 226 feet to a chestnut corner to Wm Stoops thenco with samo S 63 E 935 feet CaleN645 feet to a black oak N 21 E 98 foot to n stake S 8130 E 138 feet to a stake S 4330 E 415 feet to a stako S 4930 E 430 feet to tho be ginning containing IG5Y acres 11 at a stake at tho theKetrt lucky Hlvor a corner to tho land o tho Lawson heirs thenco running up a point with samo S 78 W 74 feet to a stake 8 36 W 290 feet to Q stake S 65 30 W 132 feet to stako S 7215 W 223 feet to stake S 76 W 16 fe to stake S 80 W 70 fact to stako 1C E 360 tact to walnut S 1216 E 347 feet to stako S 945 B SCO to stake S 13 W 221 foot to ekes- nut oak S 4930 E 316 toot to blac oak S 3830 E 627 feet to beach o small chestnut S 45 E 1C8 feet to black E 98 feot to stako N 5430 E 198 foot to black oak N 5745 E 87 feet to stake N 7245 E 89 feet to stake S 6030 E 244 feet to stako S 74 E 208 feet to hickory N 61 E 187 feet to stako N 5130 183 feat to stake N 1630 E 400 fee to hickory a corner to tho Ira Taul thence running down the 37301r258 feet to a chestnut N 12 W foot to stoke 99 feet to an 3N0 r W 250 feet to stakeN 29 W 189 feet to bush N 3730 W 140 feet to stake N 38 W IG5 feet to sta r feet to a stake N 163 1wfoot to stako N 330 a X on a rock by river thence down the river N 8215 W 428 feet to the beginning containing 82 acres 12 Beginning at a largo rock on the left side ot Frozen Crook a cor runningget upl said Frozen 195 feet to a stake N 6930 E 412 feet to a poplar N 7746 E 1098 feet to a bush a corner to Elbert John son thence running up creek with samo S 8130 E 340 feet to a stako S 2130 E 174 feet to a stoke 8 2 W 608 feet to stake S 1945 E 538 feet to a bush a corner to James Cope Johnson with a line Sof1830 W 370 feet to a 1030 W 085 toot to a chestnut oak o corner to Sewell heirs thence leiv- ing Cope and with line of Sewell N klNN 30 E 237 feet to a sugar tree 2245 E 223 feet to a large white oak N 2330 W 173 feet to a chestnutsN 79 W 102 feet to a W feet to a stake S 7130 W 105 feltato N 945 E 207 feet to a stako 17 W 344 feet to stake N 11 W 482 feet to tho beglunlnff containing 77 16 acres 13 Beginning at a stako just below tho road by Morg Fork a corner to Brack Young thenco running up hill with a line of Young N 8130 W 138 feet to a stake S 21 W 485 feet to i black oak S 37 W 465 feat to a chest nut oak n corner to John QUIum thonco with same S 4230 E 208 feet to a stake B 2 K 198 feet to a chest nut oak S 26 1C E 370 teat to chest nut oak S 1630 12 243 foot to stake N 3130 E GOO toot to slake N 1630 E 946 feet to Btako N 4930 E 430 feet to stako N 3330 W 416 foot to the beginning containing 12Ya acres 14 Beginning on an elm on tho bank of Frozen Creek just below tho mouth of Mill Branch thenco down the roM and with a lino of Wm Day etc SHE 290 root to stake S 30 W 124 foot to a stake S 1430 E 317 feet to stnko S 530 W 183 feet to stake S 2715 AV 2CS tact to stake S 31 W 227 feet to poplar corner to Wm Day Jr thence up tho hill with 1a Days line N 7230 E 403 foot to stake anti chestnut pointer S 8930 E GOO foot to stako N 6830 K 248 feet to black oak and hickory N 87 E 174 feet to stnko N OS E 137 Daylllfeet to stake N 615 W 370 foot to dogSblack oak N 1566 W 208 feet to stake N 3930 E 171 test to basket Nktoot to stake black oak pointer N 89 E 203 feet to stake N 66 E 194 feet to black oak corner to J T Day tract N 630 W 116 feet to stake N 2630 E 149 feet to stake N 1145 E 189 feet to stake N 2730 W 90 feet to stako N 2230 E 472 foot to stako N 4430 E 382 feet to stake 8 8046 E 405 feet to stake N 7430 E 408 feet to stake N 1 E 452 feat to stake N 18 W 172 feet to stake N 3830 W 333 feet to small hickory N 35 E 281 feet to stake N 6230 E 297 feet to stako N C930 E 350 feet to stako S 8730 E 220 feet to stake N 76 E 347 feet to stako N 87 E 204 toot to stake N 5446 E 344 feet to hickory on knob between Mill Branch Fall Dranch nod Turkey Branch and corner to Sowell heirs thence 316 E 386 feet to stake N 45 W 305 toot to stake N 1 W 189 feet to sourwood- V N 16 E 221 feet to stake N 46 W 165 toot to stake N 830 W 126 teat to small black oak on knob between OIoryoN 7230 W 132 feot to a dogwood N 8830 W 314 feet to small black oak S 66 W 307 teat to hickory S 84 W 393 loot to small hickory corner to Archer Cope thonco with Copies lino S C E 445 feet to black gum S 10 W 83 feet to stako 8 9 E 148 feet to hickory down hill 8 3616 E 363 foot to a black walnut stump at Branch thence down Branch S 6845 W 231 feot to stake S 75 W 683 feetto poplar S 68 W 390 feet to stake S 65 W 175 foot to stake S 4530 W 107 feet ta stake 8 6730 W 157 feet to stake S 49 W 117 tact to stake S 4045 W 200 feet to stake S 230 E 429 feet to stake S 2745 W 120 feet to stake S 6230 W 168 foot to stake S 3930 W 84 feet to stako S 15 W 204 feet to stake S 60 W 194 feet to stake S 13 W 381 toot to stako S 34 W 323 feet to a stake S 4230 W 212 feet to stake S 48 W 452 teat to stako S 1730 W toa46 W 340 feet to stake N 52 W 161 foot to stako S 5030 W 126 feet to 4stake S 21 W 230 feet to tho begin containing 260 acres Levied upon as the property of W H DayThRbBSale will be made on a credit of sox months bond with approved security required bearing In terest nt the rate of six er cent per annum from day of sale And having the force and effect of a replevin bond- S this of December 1001 The amount to be made by this sale C8J OALLAHAN S BO By N J MOORE D S When nUt HnnA re Klmied In Germany and Austria the ctistom classesb5hnnda of the Indies although the prnc keen abandoned In England Scandinavia Spain etc us well M In France except among certain of tio members of the ancient regime In the Vnubourg St Germain nt Paris In Austria tho women are accustomed to rightfhand la extended to bo kissed by III tenors whllo the left ns nearest the heart is reserved for tho kiss of peat plo of equal social rank- S Won tllo fallen nail storytthntfage man from Angora appeared be taro him with n large jar on hit Blioul tiers Your father ho said borrow cd a jar like this full of gold from lilY father anti said that you would repay Impossibletreplied the pilgrim pay your fitther8 debt It Impossible I have won tho- i golden balk The sultan at onco awarded him the prize A tinny Soldier The Westminster Gazette reports the case of an English officer who was sta cloned for two yenta nt Cnlro anti who never took tho trouble to go out to explainingnsee progress he Bald What with polo anti parties nnd bridge and cricket I never had a minute to myself Well Tinted Tlmt was a great sermon you preached this tnornltfc said the old churchwarden and It wns well timed too Yes rejoined tile parson with a deep sigh I noticed that Noticed what naked the puzzled warden That several of tho congregation looked nt their watches frequently answered the old men with another deep sigh London Telegraph An Unpardonable fault FJffg Goodman 13 dead IIo has lei a most beautiful and n correct life Everybody praises him 1oggButc- onfound him he trumped my nee once when we were playing partners at whist Sorry 110 Spoke Cactv What did sister any vhen you told her 1 was home Tommy She said Oh thundorl Boston Tray eler Ilhythm and tIm In the art of music have to come from flio heart not front the uinchlue Dr Joscbliu t DAY BROS 7f 1 COMPANY Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE 4 Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of J 1 4g ojo- tii t1 N h 1iJitl J N 1a Irofimuq x- MgtstJ 5loesf AI Wo have the finest lino of slices in Eistc orn 1tllCll3Olllx mens shoes are oF+s t the latest style a t For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery Goodsiti Department is under the man J agement of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishi- ngsorFURNITUI2L3 We are the people you are looking for 1 we have it by car loads to suit- k every body Come and see us our lnuunnnnnuuutunlluuuuluiulllfmltnnlifuflllflrllununtluunnu nulriil4M I sAre All Right I Iillhl rill I I 1111 llllll illlllllll 11111111 11111111111111 unu DAY BROS COMPA f Jackson The Breathitt News PubllHlicd Every Frlrtny f Local and Personal k4See S D Flccnors new nd in this issue washereMrs J it111n1ro hits been quite sick this week 4 Squire SH Hurst of Pcartrcc was in town this week I Y r The Britton caso has been con i tinned until the 18th inst J M Osborn has a new nil in x this issue of our paper Itcail it s t Clarence Iladdcns is the place 1 to get nice fresh oysters and celery There is a movement on foot to yestablish national banks at Stanton JJf 11 and West Liberty returnedtSaturday from Mt Sterling where she lies been visiting her sister Mat Ramsey andwife of Mt Sterling visited Mr Itumsoys mother during the holidays x rho recent rains raised the river sufficient to Moat tie and n great many were brought down Everett Hack returned Monday from Stamping Ground where he had been n guest of Miss Duvall I nose Bros have sold their stock of goods at Leo City to A 11 Gray ham who will continuo tho bus x ness Exrepresentative Jos P Rose and Squire John D Rose of Wolfe county were in town Std urday Mrs J A Tnulbco anti family sl+ enL the holidays visiting her daughter Mrs Ida Johnson in Wolfe county J J C Bach and F W Fletcher returned Saturday from Cincin nati where they had spent several days on business 4 N B Combs has exchanged his residence lot on Broadway to II Lynch for his rum lot back of John Watts store Miss Virginia Cnldwoll of tho college faculty took advantage of tho Xmas vacation in n visit to her homo returning Saturday evening A P Crawford Alfred Roberts Berry Turner George Spencer and N II Sally have been sitting as a hoard of supervisors during tho week Tho SwnnnDay lumber com pany is moving nil of their ma 9 chinery from Ridgowood to Clay City and will connect it with thei pinning mill g Ina difliculty in Wolfe county on Christmas day Floyd Sally A was shot and seriously wounded by George Combs the ball taking effect jn tho arm Tolbcrt Allen of Noble was hero on business last Monday He J has gone into the mercantile busi ness with his father at that place under tho firm name of A A Allen Son Rev W W Powell and family desire to express their thanks through Tut News to their many friends of tjio community for their kind remembrances during tho holidays which they appreciated very highly Grant Holliday is making an addition of twelve rooms to tho houso ho recently purchased of G W Colley on Broadway where ho will open up a hotel us soon as the building is completed For r the past year ho has been running tho L K hotel James Ncaco shot and seriously wounded Peggy Sizcuioro at her homo on Canny near Clay Hole on December 24th Ho was nr rested and hind his examining trial heldkto answer in tho sum of 4500 tT which ho gave S P Kusli formerly of Neoln+ k left last Tuesday with his family for Muscogco L T where they will make their future home Squire Kash is well known hero having tIwed hero for several years Hoss k mirJarLo lau ht tof Matt Bpw Rhol VKarcsorryto 1 people like Uiomlcayo rem much success W N Oopo andwife returned Thursday from Lexington John Mclntosh has boon on th sick list for a few days but is bet ter now W II Hudson and Laurana Jones woro married at Noblo on Docombor 28th headquarters dies and country produce Pickard entertained a uurnborof his friends at dinner at tho Imperial hotel last Sunday Dr R B Gardner returned last toLexington Taulbort Hudson has purchased hisbrothermoved into it LDloroposition in TIIK NKWB olllco Ho printersdevilccvd You will find on the second Wollonbtmountains could got upsuch an candoHoney In Poultry R W Garrett ono of Powells leading and observing citizens Lau kept a correct account of tho amount of eggs obtained from ono hundred hens quotes tho Clay City Times and has found that in tho past twelve months that these stuns hens have produced 700 dozen eggs and realized for them iron 10 to 30 cents per dozen The pay in handling hens is obvious Loqk Over Your Mall Postmasters have been notified by tho postal authorities at Wash ington who recognize the liability of postal clerks to get letters i the wrong boxes that n pennlt3- o 2000 Las been fixed on per sons taking mall out of the oflicc other than their own without re turning it It would be tho safer plan to look over your mail before leaving tho office and if ou have anything belonging to nnotlcr you can return it at once Death of TliiHloy Holbrooke Tinsloy Holbrooka died at his homo near iiousscnu on Docombor 24th of pneumonia Ho had been thrown from a horse about a thoughtthatthe fever caused congestion of the lungs His funeral was conducted on Xmas day by Revs Daniel McIntosh Joseph Lovely and A C Cooper in the prosonco ofa largo number of his fronds and relatives He was a model young man of his neighborhood having anrwas a student the Lees Insti tutu for several terms Ills un timely death is a serious loss to his family and the community whoro ho lived Drawing to a Close Tho taking of tine evidence in tho celebrated MarcumHargis damage case was closed last Saturday On Monday after the in juryJtiro day in arguring tho ease for tho defendants was followed by A Floyd Bird who took day Triesl11in presenting tine plaintiffs tho case On Attorney Stevenson spokofor tho defendants and Attorney n S Jouett for plllilltiffI and McQuowu for oc cupied all of Thursday 0 J Bronaton is making tho closing argument for plaintiff today Friday caso has boon on trial for live weeks and is attracting great deal of attention line court houso Inns been crowded nt over session sinco the trial commenced Olllecrs Elected Tho Odd Follows lodge on last Saturday elected tho following or tho ensuing year J1I Nowlnnd N G S J Pemborton V G Robort Thomas Secretary w L Evorsolo Chairman Wid ows and Orphans Fund Tho Masonic lodge at this hold their annual banquet nt their hall on December 27th which was largely attended The fol lowing ofllcors wore elected for the ensuing year L I Bolin W M Thomas llnddix S W S J Pomborton J W SecretaryI I Married Bruce Crawford nnd Francis tharesiI dence of in Jackson on December 24lh Hev1 B II Williams officiating The bride and groom left for n short visit to friends and relatives in Leo county after which they will tasks their homo at Danville Millinery Firm Assigns Tho millinery firm of Peters Ramsey who have been conducting n store nt the corner of Main and Broadway for the past two years tiled a deed assignment last week naming J S Head as assignee who will take charge of tho business The sickness of Mrs Peters is the principal cause Robbery nt Itosslyn Hunter Maxwells store at Uosslyn was broken into last Sunday night by robbers who blew open tho safe and took therefrom about 150 in cash several watches and some jewelry Mr Millikan of Wilmoro was telegraphed for who brought up his famous blood hounds He arrivedon the afternoon train Monday but wo have not heard the result On n Sight Seeing A most pleasant outingonrIken by Misses Reese well Kvnlyn Byrd Ray and Mar garet Crawford and Kelly Knsh and L Y Redwine in a trip to Cannel City on last Saturday It wns the first trip over thoO K for the young ladies and from the observation platform of the car they were enabled to get n comprehensive view of the coun try Now Years Dinner Mr nnd Mrs J Wise Ilngins entertained n number of their friends nt dinner Sunday lust at twelve oclock Among those Pros lent were Mr and Mrs J J C Bach and their two sons Herschel and Grannis Mr nnd Mrs Henry S Barnctt E Price Landrum Wm B Ilngins nnd Misses Martha Hagins Maud and Corn Ewen It is needless to speak of the excel Ilent dinner served but enough to say that twine TurkeyJ was pros ent in splendid adornment to de light witha farewell holiday greeting Presbyterian Church Notes The ladies of tho Presbyterian churchwill give an oyster supper Friday night January 13 Tho proceeds will be used for the pur pose of paying for a now furnace in the church Go and help n deserving cause The Lords Supper will bo cel brnted nt the church Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock Acordial invi tation is extended to all Christians to be present and join in the servi ces Night services nt 030 Gomel Christmas Eve Tragedies I II Allen tho soenteen ear oldson of J C B Allen was shot and killed and Buddy Strong grandson of John D Strong was seriously wounded ntllogerD Lit tles near Canoo on December 24th by John D Turner Turner is now in custody but his examining trial has not yet been concluded Ben Campbell shot nnd killed Harless Fugate son of Henderson Fugate at his homo near Clay Hole on December 24th Campbell was drinking at tho time and claims that the killing was ned dental Ho was arrested by S II Mclntosh a deputy sheriff and lodged in jail He was hold to answer in a bond of 3000 in de fault of which ho was sent to jail Institute Notes Preparatory to the opening of tho second torn Dr Frederick W Ilinitt president of Central University gave a lecture in tho col Lego chapel on Friday evening Dc cember 30 The subject of the excellent address was The Century for tho Young People and the Young Peoplo for the Centu ry The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all who heard him On Monday January 2nd tho now term began with a marked increase in every department The Normal school opened with Prof J F Lukens at its head Ills many years of excellent service in time institution make him n valua ble accession to the faculty All departments opened remarkably well nnd there is excellent promise of iFsuQccssful year of hard wor- ldk f Y i ftaa i+ oa rrWatches I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties andall kinds of first class Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY y We arc not- Expecting f to get Everybodys- Entire Business Wo are not so selfish as topre vent others from getting their share of tilt trade and as n mat tor of fact wo are not carrying everything kept in n large modern establishment merchandise but we do want you to know We keep good things for you to eat Which will certainly insure you good sound sloop Wo also have fits for your poor tired feet Prices too which are impossible in this plnzo to boat Shirts which will neither rip fade or tear tI Hats which are ns nice and good as anybody else wear Suspenders collars cuffs and tics Ladies furnishings which are made up wise Dont whit for tho other fellows to blow up your horn But come around and let us toot it some for your coin Of small means no credit goods sold for cash Call on us tryus and youll never act rash J M OsbQrn II II Gil son returned Thursday from Canada whore ho had been visiting his parents Bownro of tho something for nothing advertisements which appear in newspapers and magazines All of them are frauds The total vote cast for President at the last election was 13508496 nearly 460000 less titan in 1900 Koosevelts majority over Parker was 2647 58 tho largest over given any candidate for President Ciov Becklmm has issued n call for the General Assembly of Ken tucky to convene in extraordinary session on January 12 for time sole purpose of considering n change in tho sito for the now state capitol building Let young people know that tho way to purity character und honor is through reverence to God and his word obedience to par ents devotion to their church tad patriotism for their country Study tho life of time Galilean to Sec these virtues in their simplicity and perfection Epworth Era STRAY NOTICE This Is to certify that on the 22nd day of November 1WH Green Shell herd of Lumbrlc Ky appeared be fore me stating thnt he had taken up a stray heifer about IJfj years of age worth about six f6 00 dollars color red with white on forehead and shoulder and with small crooked horns VMl SUEPlJEHD 11 B 0 olt s S v Mail Orders For Anything In th- eJEWELERS LINE receives prompt attention IS17 IrNuoomrsI w mill SPOONS FOIL KS HEIN TZJ 12 V E J 13 R Opposite tho Phiu nix Hotel LEXINGTON KY Send Heintz Your mail Orders QUAliTKUFA JIKPORT OF Trip fo1osrt sank At the close of business on tho 31st day of December 1204 JIKSOUUCKS Loans mid disefaunts5840O SI Overdrafts secured Olin 00 Overdrafts unsecured 008 00 Duo from National Banks 14304 00 Due from State banks and bnkrs 3285 10 Duo from trust conipnn ics 0000 00 22o0 2S Other real estate 322 00 Mortgages 1900 00 Other stocks nnd bonds 1000 00 Specie 2001 88 Currency 522T 00 728S 88 Furniture nnd fixtures 1792 50 General expenses 890 CO 957 IS 07- MAIIIMTUIS CapitalIstock paid in in cI8h25000 00 Surplus fund 1860 00 Undivided profits 108 40 Deposits subject to check on which inter est is not paid 06054 G7 Certified checks 175 00 DuoNntionnl bunks 502 00 Interest nnd exchange 1872 89 95718 07 SUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of Indebtedness of any Stockholder person company or firm Including fn the liability of the company or lira time liability of the Individual numbers Ihereol directly or indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of the cupitu stook actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the biink None S How is IndubtediieiSin above item 1 secured Ngne 3 Htuliest amount Of tndeluednosK 01 any director or olllcer If iiinutint ot such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent till paidup capital slunk of batik Nona 4 How is same secured None 5 Does amount of indebtedness of fueludingintho liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of patdiip cnpltnl and actual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebt edness None 0 Amount of last dividend Eight per taut to stockholders anti one percent to surplus 7 Were nil expenses Iosse littered nnd taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend timid was not leas than 10 tier cent of net profit of the batik for the period covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes OF Kl JMCounty J S lend Jr Cashier of Jackson Deposit flnnkn bunk located mind do hag business In the loon of Intkson in said comity beiiiK duly sworn says the foregoing report is in nil respect n true ctiiteniiiH of the nonditionof the snid bank lit limo close of business on the 31ft ilny of December Cot to the best of hU knowledge and belief anti further snyg that llie business ot said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere timid tlnt the above report is mnde in with tin olllcial notice re ceivedram time Secretary uf Stub designating the 31st day of December 1001 as the day on which sujh report shall be madeJ HEAD Jn Oushler F P CnAwrunn J Viss HAOINS Directors- D U UHDWINE Subscribed amid sworn to before mo by J S lend Jr the Vnd day of January 1005 S S TAUIDBE CII C 0 15y E P LANDRUM D 0 ASTRAY I havo nt my plncont Roosevelt a deep red muloy heifer about two years old which ennui there last October Owner can have Payhugvertising H ED DEATQJsV Ladios Fine Shoes F Q No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes i Ion SALE L1RA P Crawford Co i u P C j rw Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN eHOETho Best on Earth PRICE 500 PRLCl I For Sale By DAY BROSOOI Jaol oq 1egtt1eky FOR SAL Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Polcin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your or orsIearly Our eggs are anteed to bo Strictly fresh and from wellmated purebred fowl PIKES ARC RiqiT IOV M Hagins L Christmas 9Jaking Calls for tho 33ast dour HANSFI LOs BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lily Are tho BEST Flours on tho market NQUO hint choice selected wheat is used in our mill and ovory sank of our Hour is guaran teed to please you Try Best Patent For your Christmas Cako It will not disappoint you Sior talc JIall Sroccrs 11 C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY LOST Ono palo red steer about three years old has been dehorned butt one horn lots grown out short sung will pleas notify Jotiv J GAUOWKW Simpsbii Ky c 1 PRICES FOI LOWERQtslltj ccsrldcr thia taj otbtf Needles Oil Repairs rot ILL MAKES AT SINGER STORE r Needles for nil innkes of machines I 5c por e Southeast corner Alain and Broadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJ1erderor61 I oute Free Siaclinlnq Chair Cary on all tjraina boiwcon LOUISVILLEKentucky ST LOUIS land Colonist and Jtoma Seekers ftatcs to the West and Southwest If you contemplate n trip or a change of Incntliiu in time nicer future lET THE I1BNDEUSOX ROUTE HABIT It la the comfort line and a comfort goodhnbitAt least ghosts the opportunity ot nnniini you rates Ve have the equip count tho train ttorvico the free chair cart and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT flJ Innix that L OABRKTT PasiengeraAxteHENDERSON UOUTE 1 Louisville Ky- u w 4 pen Correspondence NED t The tie u Is again echoing In the forest Joseph Gamblll hits returned to Breathltt General Neace Is Improving from a serious wound he Inflicted In his le tome time ago John Grlgtby Is preparing to let the sand out of his mill pond by the cm t ployrnent of a flood gate There Is some kind of wild animal infesting the woods In the vicinity o Ned and the people are somewhat excited Lute Sizemore Inflicted a serious wound in the body of James Neace December 24th It is hoped NeaceY R will recoverr DWARF Anderson Young son of John Young died at his home December 13d as the result ot a gunshot wound accidentally inflicted by his father while trying to shoot a robber the preceding Thursday night Mr Young and his family were rudely awakened by some one ot the door when a masked man sprang into the house and began shooting and demanding t Mr Youngs money Young t went for him with an ax and he re treated through the door The boy had in the meantime gone around th house to the kitchen door to procure gun His lather sprang into the kitchen by another door and thinking hia son was the robber stilted the gun tnd fired through the door killing his son The robber whose name Is Moore es taped but was arrested next day and is now In the Ilindman jail The pea pie are incensed and a lynching is an ticipated Brutally Tortured A cose came to light that for persist ent and unmerciful torture has per haps never been equaled Joe Golo blck of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Eheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric BItters and It the greatest medicine on earth fo that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only 50c Sat isfaction guaranteed by The Jackson Drug Co r St Peteralmrg Bakerf In St Petersburg nearly everybody lives In a flat and In tho basements of these flat buildings are shops It you the at the top ot a flat building go down an endless atone staircas- elevators aro as yet almost unknown out of the double doors into the street and at your feet In the basement be hold a Bbop Say you enter It In nine cases out of ten you will find yowtelf In a provision shop probably a baker a German bakers But althoug- here are many German baleen shops there are also dozens of itinerant Rus sian bread sellers who carry about ou their heads la baskets and trays their wares large flat cakes the size of a pudding plate that often form a flags sustenance for the moujilt costing 10 kopecks about 0 cents and requiring tOil sots of tooth to get through them These men de a brisk trade Before the pcasant makes his dinner off the frozen cake you may see him stowing it away In the breast of his kaftan where It undergoes the process of a I r gentle thllwtrn Terrortnight long writes Mrs Charles Applegate r of Alexandria Indanti could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad tnat If I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when nil other medicines failed three 4100 bottles of Dr Klngo New Discov ers wholly cured me and I gained pounds Its absolutely guaranteed GrippeBronchitis Troubles Price 50o and 41 00 Trial bottles free at the Jackson Drug Co f Ml MllllucrU Ttrini Sometimes but not often thaexielusive Now York milliner Is caught napping One of the smartest of these on Fifth avenue not long ago sold a bat to one of her customers wbo lIrNlI in the western part of New York The milliner declared the last could not be duplicated in this country that she had brought it over from Paris and would not make another Jib It for norI priceThe woman bought the hat on those conditions for she tad a weakness for Individual things She has a sister who a lives In Boston and wbo also patronizes the same shop though the ralattonthfp is not known to the aillllner TILe oth tilt1Iwas to attire at each others hat The shopkeeper had duplicated the exclusive model for the Boston wo man New York Press Coughs and Colds All coughs cold and pulmonary complaints that ate curable are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes IhoI affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by 11 S Grain A daily papar for siOO a year is something the public has long desired The Chicago Dally Review delight ful family daily giving all important news market reports and many inters hrand children is sent to subscribers for 91 a year 76 cents for 8 months 50 cents for 3 months Subscribe today Asuldresi The Chicago J view Co aDo CocaCola Building Chicago Illinois 4 If r iG IA Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 Thc Kentucky Farmer and Breeder oft Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies manytof the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every sortfr As a medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock timeeTHE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS I BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S20O f THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken thercenter of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish lnel uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office Dayoclose of the eighteenth century accompanied Baron von Swlcten on a visit to tlio old Duke of Sacbsennildburffhausen relates the following In his memoirs The duko regularly goes to bed ev leavenhs rather distant sleeping apartment h has a number of his valets posted ill along the line of route One of them takes possession of his wig the see out divests him of his coat and so on until by the time he has reached the goal he Is ready to slip Into bed without more ado- Aetlello Italian Laborer With the exception of tho silent Si cilians the Italian Immigrants aro gen sally fluent talkers and extremely In telligent 1 have known a Neapolitan who could neither rend nor write quote from Dante Petrarch and lasso It surprises you to hear a group made up of an asphalt mIxer a sailor turned waiter and a barber and baker who had stuck to their trades discuss the nculpturo on a new court building or when upon another night the same men wrangle over the merits of Verdi or Moscngnl and end by humming nnd singing In chorus Parlg 0 Cara Worlds Work Troublesdstomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives time stomach perfect rest by dl getting what you eat without the stomachs aid The food builds up the body the rest restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet your DyspepsiaCureMich says I suffered Heartburn and Stomach trouble for some time My sisterinlaw has had the seine trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is In good health Iam glad to say byMMrs Portor had married late In life and married a rich man after years of prudent scrimping and much careCHow does Annabel look one of Mrs Iorters old neighbors of an other who had been visiting the bride of a year Does she appear satis fledOh yes shes satisfied ana happy and all that said the old friend slow i ly but you know folks cant get f wonted to things all of a sudden and so there will come times now and again when Annabel looks as If tbo kettle was blllu over and she was gottohow she feels Speedy Rollef A salve that heals without a scar Is DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws andhdiseasesDeWittsHazel Salve Beware of counterfeits SUrain k Lincoln Opinion of Marriage Abraham Lincoln once remarked that every man about to marry should stand over n doctor with a club ami make him tell the truth In referent to the chosen partner for life If there was no other way of getting it out ot him Also that the parents who would allow a girl to marry a man without knowing as yearly as could bo known 1his physical as well as his moral con deserved to be scalped The whole marrying business Is said Mr Lincoln Fashiona ble girls have too often foolish mothers who care for nothing but to set their flesh end blood to the highest bidder Dear Mr Malaprop There Is generally somebody a laity as a rule In each district on whom Its finest Malaprops are fathered some times quite unfairly It Is sho who is reported to have mado that speech about the glories of her fathers howe up to the door of which there ran a revenue of popular trees she who asked her daughter to play that little malady sho had learned at the cem etery and she again who pronounce Mr Brown as proud while the tuft hunting Mr Smith wai such a toby ho deserved to be tnt tooed at his club Dear Mrs Mala prop what should wo do without her London Globe Yeait of the Ancient The yeast employed by the ancients In melting bread was probably of the same kind as tho Israelites of the of the great Pharaoh tho oppressor used calling It leaven This was what is known nowadays as a wild yeast its germs or spores being afloat anywhere In tile air A bit of dough was preserved out of each batch prepared for the ovens and when this was added to the next dough the yeast contained In It quickly spread through the whole only a little being required to leaven the whole lump TIES WANTED placeForKyIf MS GRAM A nice small Farm In Lee county for ante The Larkin Stamper place o the head of Boar Creek Nice dwelling goad storehouse cribs and barn never falling water well fenced Price rea pnrtiautarsWinchester Ky See S D Fleenor for bargains in clock A fine 8day mantis clock for 160 Others sell the same clock for 2b0ml8tfA Collector Qoodley Why dont you go to work 1 Beggar I am workln Im a collector o rare coins Gooilley But a nickel Is not a rare coin Beggar It Is to me Philadelphia Ledger On Her Guard Mnry Ilavo you any Idea how old Jane ts7 Ann She must bo getting on I know that she always locks her door before she washes her face Brooklyn Life Pound and Zoit Lady Oh that big dog Isnt the ono I advertised for My dog was a little dogsinside i lm- u Au Introduction to Jfupnlron In December 1812 when Napoleon after his disastrous Itusslau expedition made his server and hurried Journey from Srnorgoul to Paris the following lucldeut occurred At Grngoui the snow luy too thick for the emperors carriage to proceed and Count Wonsowlez was Informed by the postmaster that a Pole M Wlbeskl living near had lately ordered n most convenient tray cling carriage mounted on runners for its newly married daughter At first the Pole refused tho most pressing offers for Its purchase but- when ho learned that the carriage wile required for tho emperors use ho not only yielded but naked as Its price that ho might be presented to the cm peror Napoleon complied but unwill ing to accept the carriage nit a gift he gave orders that 1000 ducats 0000 should bo handed to the owner Illuc heard Blue Beard was n real man and the so called fairy story is true In nil Its ewmtlnl details Blue Beard was Baron Glllea do Bale an enormously rich Breton noblemen who fought with distinction under the banner of Jeanne dArc and was marshal of Prance at thengo of twentyflva After the war he plunged Into the wildest dissipation Ills great fortune was largely Increas ed by the dower of Ills first wife Cath erine de Thouars Ills favorite diver sion was murdering babies and dab hung In their blood The church caus ed his arrest and trial He was con demned and was banged nt Nantes but lastrof those whOse families ho had deci mated by murder Coal and Timber Land Wanted Wanted one hundred thousand acres of coal and timber lands In Eastern Kentucky for CASH for Eastern Capl talists Write to 0 E duiTir Lexington Ky Dlnconrnaeil fn AlnmRlrlnir I suppose said tho plain person you are often deceived by apparently deserving objects of charity whom you nedtime great phi lanthropist Its Just like throwing money away The very people you think will advertise you most never say a word about itCatholie Stand ard and Times Dout Let the Year Count Age wIll never succeed In retaining a youthful appearance and mentality un til people make up their minds not to let the years count uutjl they ceaso to make tho body old by constant sug gestions of tho mind Success Maga sane 927AO Hot FPIIINGB B 3070 Deadwood nnrt Lead villo and return from Chicago daiLY via the Chicago NorthWestern Ity Correspondingly LOW rates from other points Tho Black hula region Limn great natural sanitarum of the West is one of the most picturesque spots in the World and well worth a visit Information and tickets can be secured from your home agent Illustrated lack hills Booklet with valuable map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by WBKniakern Chicago FOR SALE wo splendid milch cow vWm B llagln IJ RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOVAL TIME TABLE Effective Oct 10th 1001 West Hound No I No j Dally Daily Ex Sunday Ki Sunday AM PM- lv Jackson fl25 225 U K Junction 629 280 Beattyvllle Jun 720 820 Torrent 747 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 480 Clay Oily 837 439 Winchester 923 520 Ar Lexington 1010 605 East Bound adailyix Sunday Rx Sunday PM A At Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 825 Clay City 860 013 Stanton 400 023 Natural Bridge 435 064 Torrent 449 1008 Ueattyvllle Jun 611 1029 0 A K June 011 1120 Ar Jackson 015 1130 Nos Band 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio A Kentucky Railway Division dally ex cept Sunday Nos 1 And 2 connect at L E Juno thin with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points Crams Nca lA2conncctat Beatty villa Junction with Ll A for BeaU vllle J R HARD Gen Mgr QUA SCOTT G P A O K R Y Effective May 22nd 1004 East Bound West Bound CS34 nH 4E4 GE SHAM AB Pit AR AM LV PM LV 030 235 Jackson 1120 800 025 230 OAK Juno 1120 88A 843 158 Wilhurit 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1153 430 750 123 Lee City 1222 510 741 122 Helechawa 1228 6IS 715 105 Cannel City 1245 545 AM LV PM LV PM AR PM AR Westbound Passenger Train connect at O K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Passenger Train connects at U K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington at 605 pm M L Coxirr Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18th 1004 No 5 No 6 Arrive Len- IM A M Stations 8 15 L E Jackson 0 25 5 05 Beattyyille Jct 7 00 4 50 Itetttyvllle 7 45 430 Heidelburg 802 312 Irvine 020 2 15 Ktchmond 10 20 Xol xoa No 4 No 2- PM IM AM 1 00 P M Irvine 235 AM 11 55 8 10 Richmond 345 0 00 11 24 7 40 Valley View 415 014 11 00 7 10 Nicholaiville 4 43 6 55 10 16 0 31 Versailles 535 755 740 SCO Louisville 816 1040 Lv Lv At Ar II It Smith G F PA- Versailles Ky BLUE CRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and Lexington Trac tion Uompany Oars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 am to 7 pd atO p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p m Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour tram 7 o m to III m except 11 a m 1 p m8 p m and 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from G a m to 10 p m except 10 a m12 m and 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER President FAUM roil HALE 100 acres 2 miles south of Indian Fields known as a purl of the Indian Old Fields A house with 7 rooms cistern at the door with all the other necessary out buildings one stock born one tobacco barn sufficient to hold 4 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient The farm is well watered and fenced There is B nice young orchard of something over 100 apple trees in bearing selected fruit call on or address me at Indian Fields Ky G W ALLEY I have several hundred deeds re corded during my term of nfllco as County Clerk These are valuable lo the owners of the land and I would be glad for them to call pay tho fees and take them out J Wise Hsglna 13 P P CRAWF0RD JFfTES sRoPNY F F CYOf r Look before I v- a 1 2ou Purchase 4 t Say did you know wo Imd the fIcET IflP Of qoODs IN TOUN You can spend money ntiywhoro but wlon it comes down to now llntndutn right nvAml giltlodged1t1 pkfS8 the customer and pleasure to soil of merchandise wo have it All nmdo to lit wollnnd nnd astcheap na others sell old shopworn for inn dealer in tho country to otter bettor goods nt tho same price Ask any lady in town whore to buy your I Dress Goods and Notions Tho verdict is unanimous 8 H Truly your friends A1P1 CRAWFORD CO1 i L Jackson Jfontuccy I I5i5iSi5 i5e52Sr 5d JnashliFPUIlAWFOltDA 3wx17ia JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital and Surplus 2650000 Wo solicit tho JJauking Business nud Accounts of m Lumber Manufacturers 1 rn Timber Dealersf Business Men m v Merchants C If r n Farmers C1 I Throughout Eastern MJ LB lIDtho rnrnCOLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY s ZSu5daZS 25F5 L ZSc r5e5i 25 5522 25 5Za t i TJO sacuro mho cost results N 1 farOT your mono aduortfso pr in Mo Wreathitt County 9lews1J j mono bast modium by which m to roach all the mountain 1 I n traao ij7w106 the Circulation of any paper in ffiroathitt N N 7f usness IIsyoung man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of first importance to get your Training at the school that stands in the very front rank Tic Bryant l Stratton Business College N E Cor Second nml Walnut Sis LOUISVILLE K- YTypewritingBookkeepingf Shorthand Seven experienced teachers each ono a specialist in his lino Write for u beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occu I pying nil over the United States it will bo mail ed to you L lU giSchool open all the year Students cnn enter at any time EM WRIGHT President I BEST HOTEL IN TilE FUEE BUS TO and PROM 01TY DEPOT A ARLINGTON HOTELH s STAULBEE rAcKSoN TtENTUGItY FIRST CLASS SAMPLP GOOD LIVEaY STABLE IN nooMsCONNECTION Oi 0 A 4 SHOES DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATirT6ailODbot4canWalf4ameathalrlally75which Irr 10 eMta rtirAHD uav AT Tea u E C DaWITT Ic COMPXNY CHI For Sale by M S CRAIN Jtckaon I 1