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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i BIffA1HITf COUNTYNEWS 0 J WIBK HAOIKS Editor and Publisher A NBwaiAiKit DEVOTED TO TUB INTKUESTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR Pm YEAR IN ADVAKOK t 1 Volume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday January 13 1905 Number 13 t Wo will accept advertisements on a guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Broftthltt County of any paper published Our paper goes to ev I ery post office in Perry County and almost every one in Leo Hn golHn Owaley Wolfe and Knott i Counties If you want to reach the mountain trade try an nd in tho BKKATII ITT COOKTY Ngf- vsKILLTMtcUCH tw CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings Niw Discovery fl FOA cONSUMPTION OUGHS as4- OLH6 Price I0c100Fret Trill BartMt and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG XBOUB LXS or MONEY BAGS 1J W Dean Oontrnctorforllrickand Stone Work Litno and Content for Bffio Givo him a call when needing anything in his lino JACKSON KY eur t E Y NE IJMt You Purchase Any Ottvar Writs THE NEW 8EWINB MACHIKE COMPANY ORAItat MASS Many SrwUw KUchlnM are mad to sell retard his ot quaUtr but tM New Home It mad I to wear Our guaranty owar runs out V make Sawing Machine to suit all conditions etlbajrada The New Monde iund atth had of all H lglisr la family sawing machines Mold BJT ulhorlird Urnlern only ron SALC nv James M Richardson Co I General Agents El ctrlo nidg CLI2VI3LAXD 0 t WantedOne Thousand Men and rumen In pun the Civil Service Examination tOt the following United titatcs Govern meat ioillton NAME OF POSITICN I Dcpnrtmcnt Branch Ago Limit JIO and over j Clerk Mule ur Female Stenographer blade or Female Blenographuriand Typewriter Malt it Female Bookkeeper Male or Female Railway Mall Clerk Ago 16 to 85 Tagger SO and over Custom IIotiNO Branch Ale LlmiltSo and overpay Inspector perk Mhle or Female Asilitant Weigher Meieuger Sampler internal Kovitnno lJrainli Ago Limit Ul and over x Clerk danger Storekeeper Pod 0lllco Branch Clerk Male or Fumalo 18 to 45 Clerk Carrier For Information as to requirement Address 0 Box 683 Lexington Kj f nMqet1equlukrkfaTINENstUFLnar1TO18 siMMedeTUVENSYa111IVLa RAKUB ta- dr1Uuelefla g v- 1Tst00 A OTLVLN-a 8 miTClMUMMylnr GUARANTJiUU VOK QUAL In aadaaaLUueW1awtrosaOur fisoPlalolaShotgun from 730 toM 39 Y TJo AeyadealradlaWa addtalatlNaltb kM- wit adluaogPa amwI- ea w 1IpIII t01 Ji A I1IIhotalqr j 0lJ iTTH BILUUCouiilIFLnrtlZZLBEnIIl C M Clark of Clay City ww hero this week- Attorney McGuiro loft Monday for Ashland on legal busino3s T B Sturdivant loft tho first of the week on a business trip to Lino Fork George 0 Taulbee of Wolfe county WItS hero tho first of the week visiting his uncle Ir J A Taulbco J IL Blake loft the first of the week for Somerset to look aCtor his mercantile interests there Ho willreturn in about ten days The jury brought in verdict of death for Ed Taylor col charged with killing a man named Moore in Luigarts saloon on N Limo dtono street at Lexington W L Brown of London is an applicant for tho position of Collector of Internal Revenue of the Danville district to succeed James Don ton who is a candidate for ro appointment Send your name and address on n card to the Now York Cityforareading it forward 1 to fUR and wo will send both pa pvr for a full year Persons sending items for publi cation to Tuft NXWB will please roo member the rule that contributors shouldalwa1s sign their names but as an Ii1 dence of good faith It is obvious that we should know who is the publication lish unsigned communications Coasting is now tho chief worn ment for the boys of Jackson and it is with no littlo interest that we watch these little philosophers as unurringjudgment ports down tho rugged slope and to hear them ovenm ace of wrecks and disasters to say Im not hurt Engagement Announced- It is announced that Miss Nellie Marcum of Winchester daughter of the lato attorney J B Marcuin and James Flauery of South Da kota but formerly of Beattyvillo are to marry about January 2oth School Term Finished Tho school closed store last Fridayaftorln successful s short conducted by Prof James L Moore and his daughter Miss El Ion They gave an entertainment at time court house last Friday night a week ago which was very much enjoyed by the large crowd that Prof Mooro has probably taught moro public schools than any other man in tho county having boon engaged in that business for moro than thirty yearsVerdict for Mrs Murciim The jury in the MarcumIIargis damage suit brought in n verdict Monday evening for 8000 against James Hariris anti Kd Callahan and oxhonoratcd U F French and Alex Ilnrnis This suit occupied live weeks of the term of tho Chirk circuit court It is said the plain tiffs will appeal tho case as to French and Alex Harris and that tho defendants James Harris and Ed Callahan will appeal Removals F W Fletcher has moved into Floyd Days house on College avenue recently occupied by J B McLin J B McLin and family have moved into the D F unglue property on Arlington avenue recently vacated by R J Fulkorson Dr C B Dickson has moved into tho handsome now house recently built by Miss Mary Irvine corner Main street and Jefferson avenueRobert J Fulkeison has ac cepted a position in the Oannol City Fair at City Ho holdII similar position hero With Day Bros Co for twelve years which ho resigned a few weeks ago Tho company is for tunato in securing his services as ho is well posted in all branchos of the mercantile business Mr Fnlkeruon moved there this week whoro ho immediately entered into his worktr + 0 Rev Joseph Lovely of Rons Beau was hero on business Tuesday Apporson and Silas Lovely of Rousseau wore hero the first ofIthe week taking depositions The January term of tho Wolfe circuit court begins at Campton Monday SliowbaJUnfwith window break in is the irropros siblo sport of the day Adams Democrat liar boon declared elected governor bf Colo rado over Peabody the Republi can candidate Salesmen wanted to look after our interests in Breathitt and adjacent counties Salary or commis sion AddressTho Harvey Oil Co Cleveland Ohio Shelby Johnson of Jetts Crook returned last week from Ft Snol ling Minn whore ho had boon in tho army and mitered Lees math tute The Democratic electors mot at Frankfort last Monday and cast Kentuckys thirteen votes for Parker and Davis for President anil Vice President Capt F H Enright of Camp Christy manager onhe Ky Lum ber tL Venoor Co at that Plato passed through hero Saturdayen ronto to Winchester t She Never Recovered Tho mother of John Hathaway tho colored jockey who was hung it Winchester last week for tho murder of Etta Thomas died last Fridaynight Sho fell into a swoon when her son was hanged and never recovered consciousness TurnsDown the School Jack McIntosh tho olovon year old son of Robert Mclntosh who recentlymoved hero front bus 80411 attended tho closing oxer chats of the public school last Fri day and in an old fashion spoiling match turned down tho entire school Masonic Officers at Leo City Tho Masonic lodge at Leo City elected tho following officers II L Tuulbec M W J D Reynolds SrFloyd Arnett J W C B Allen Treasurer J S Taulbce Secretary William Williams S D J M Mullins J D- MARRIAGES John Noble anti Julia Harvey both of Noble wero married last MondayWm Combs nnd Martha Ellen Combs both of Noble wero married last week Gr Watts and Miss Delila Napier both of lAst Creek wero married last Thursday t Robert Miller and Mary Centers both of Clay Hole wero married last Thursday a week ago Logan Spencer and Rosa Leo Lykins wero married last Wednes day at tho residence of tho brides parents near Tnublce Horm Leo Taulbec oHiciatint To Tan Skins Sheep pelts are greatly enhanced in tho market by tannedso as to bo used for laprobos rugs and other fur and skin purposes A competent furrier gives tho fol lowing simple process for tanning sheep pelts process may bo weal for tanningany other fur skinWash tho pelt well in warm wa tor with soapsuds until tho wool is thoroughly cleansed Rinse it ono day in a solu tion of alum and salt using eight ounces of each in enough water to cover tho pelt Strain well and stretch on a board and when cho pelt is half dry sprinkle the flesh side of tho with equal parts saltpetorPoid doors for a week turning it twice a day to get the alum and saltpeter equally upon all parts of tho sur face and when well dried rub the flesh surface well with pumice stone This will make tho substance soft and white This completes tho tanning process Time can nlflw ac- curdw j the taste of the owner t AN ODD FISH Queer Marine Monitor A Natural Rn uny to Whole While operating at a flattery In Ad miralty Island Alaska one summer toy attention and the attention of tU Hail ing crew were almost dally attracted to a large marine creature that would ap pear Iu the main darnel of EymoUr canal ami our Immediate vicinity There arc large numbers of whales of the upcclua rorqual there and the mon ster seemed to be their natural enemy The whales generally trdvel In schools and while at the surface to blow one would be singled out and attacked by the fish and a battle was soon In order It Is the nature of the rorqual to make three blows at Intervals of from two to three minutes each and then sound deep and stay beneath the sur face for thirty or forty mluutes As a whale would come to the surface there would appear always at the whales right side and just about where hisI heed would connect with the body great tong tall or tin Judged by live fishermen and a number of Indians after seeing It about fifteen tines at various distanced to be about twenty four feet long two and ono hnlf feet wide at the end and tapering down to the water whore It seemed to be about eighteen Inches In diameter looking very much like the blade of the fan of an old fashioned Dutch windmill The great club was used on the back of the unfortunate whale In such a manner that it was a wonder to me that every whale attacked was not In stantly killed Its operator seemed to have perfect control of Us movements and would bend it back until the end would touch the water forming a horseshoe loop then with a sweep U would be straightened and brought over and down on the back of the whale with a whack that could be heard for several miles If the whale was fortunate enough to submerge It self before the blows came tbe spray would fly for a distance of a hundred feet from the effect of the stroke mak ing a report as loud as a yachts signal gun What seemed most remarkable to me was that no matter which way the attacked whale went or how fast tie usual speed Is about fourteen knots that great club would follow right along by Its side and deliver those tre mendous blows at Intervals of about four or Ore seconds It would always got in from three to ave blows at each of the three times the whale would come to the surface to blow The whale would generally rid Itself of the enemy when It took IU deep sound especially If the water was forty fathoms or moro deep During tho day the attack was always offshore but at night the whales would be attacked In tba bay and within 400 yards of the fisheryI not know of any whales being killed but there were several that had great holes and sores on their backs Questioning the Indians about it I wee told that there was only one that It had been there for many years and that It once attacked an Indian canoe and with one otroko of the great club smashed the canoe Into splinters kill ing and drowning several of Us occu pants Forest and Stream Tonic to the System For liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than DeWitte Little Early ulcers the famous little Pill They do not weaken the stom ach Their action upon the system it mild pleninnt and harmless Bob Moore of LuFajette Ind says Nn use talking DeWitts Little Early lllaers do their work All other nillrf I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach and never cured me De Witts Little Early Risers proved tube the longsought relief They are simply perfect Person traveling find Little Early Risers the most re liable remedy to carry tilh them Sold by MS Crain f POINTED PARAGRAPHS When an attorney offers to settle listen Some men try to get business by fighting people The successful business man Is one who knows what people will not do When a mnn gets discouraged and quits the doctor says afterward that that was just tho time when bo should have held on When one of the town boys marries an out of town girl it creates moro feeling than when a town girl Im ports a husband When a man wunU to sharpen knife he hunts up n whetstone aI a women wants to sharpen a knife takes a few swipes on a crock It often happens that the woman who has a reputation far and wide as a judge of a good bargain seems to fall down when she picks out a husband Atchison Globe Job Printing Remember Tun NEWS is pre pared to print letterheads note heads billheads statements envelopes cards labels receipts in Stations and all kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at tho most reasona blo prices Compare our work with that turned out by any job office and you will find it to your idvnntflgo to have us do your work Wo also print posters pamphlet nnd everything usually turned out by a country office 5BE THE LOST PARADISE THEORIES AS TO THE LOCATION OF THE GARDEN OF EDEN The Conntnfmf of Learned Opinion Support tbe Blltf Tlmt Adam aud Eve Original Honi We OB the- Great DabyloBlan Plain Almost every spot of the globe has had the claim wade on Its behalf that It U the site of vanished Eden Most persona seem agreed on the fact that paradise baa disappeared from our midst The question Is Whore was It situated To those who deny the Bib ideal story of mans genesis the question take another form and they perplex themselves as to the spot In which man first appeared on this earth Some evade the difficulty by saying that man appeared In many different spotsthat be did not spring from ono original If we accept the doctrine of the Dar winians we ore forced to confess that the place where man first evolved must have been anything but a garden of Eden It must have been a haunt of mere anlmnlUm and Its food would certainly not have been fruit Ilough ly speaking therefore there are two schools those who believe that man ClIme from a divine original but fell away from his first estate to which with infinite labor he may return and those who believe that he evolved from the beast and is still evolving to the greatness that he may ultimately at tain Setting aside these somewhat discordant theories we may well ask Where was Eden The soundest scientists are agreed that mankind came from a single ori gin whether A distinct creation or an evolution is bosldc the markand the original man must have had a local habitation The geographical manuals and mops of the middle ages leave a good deal to be desired in the matter of accurate detail but they have at least the merit of boldness and if we go to them for an answer to our question we may got something llkll a definite rq ply According to on old map of the thirteenth century paradise Is n clr cellar Island lying near India It Is surrounded by a wall In which is a gateway opening to the west The gate is closed and tOO wall quite in rfunnouDtnble Our later atlases dq Island6Uier have us believe that Eden lay In central China We can go with those ancient geographers so tar as to place the probably alto of mans birthplace In Asia but the consensus of learned opinion docs not Incline either to India or China Eminent authority supports the Idea that Eden lay somewhere on the great Babylonian plain watered b1lbO Tigris and tho Euphrates the Perath and Htddekel of Genesis Other authorises give their vote for Armenia possibly influenced by the tradition which says that the Ark rested on Mount Ararat but this tradition would only point to Armenia as the probable first home of postdiluvian man Professor Detltzscb and Professor Bayco favor Babylon Ucldegger favors Palestine Media Arabia and tho upper Nile have all their supporters Qua trefagca treating the subject solely- from a scientific standpoint concludes that linguistic and other human types point to central Asia but docs not de cide on any precise locality With tile author tff Genesis as Dr Knllsch has remarked Eden la geo graphically described in a manner which leaves no doubt that distinct lo cality WAS before the mind of the au thor Even to those who think that title author was building on uncertain traditions it must yet bo of interest to know what this locality was Babylon wns the most fertile land known to tho atlclont world Its poorest fields repaid cultivation flftyfold Its better a hundredfold Its luxuriance of fruit and grain was so great as to bo actually embarrassing There is no question at nil that this district was the scat of Asias earliest civilization and therefore why not say of the worlds Tho idea of man created perfect and living in a garden of fruitful loveliness has always had a fascination for poor humanity recognizing Its present imperfections and the frequent distress ing dismalness of its present surround- Ings Even those who knew nothing of tho Bible story pictured such a spot for themselves Ever early mythology has Its fortunate isles Its Atlantis Its Hespcrfdcs its Arcadia and its Golden AgeSome persons even conjectured that paradise had not been on the earth at all but was an island floating In the nlr something like the Island visited by Gulliver They did not wish to think that the sacred spot could be submerged by the waters of the deluge and by this device they raised it above any such calamity On this Island dwelt the sacred pheulx the well of life flowed there the elixir ot Immortality leaves never fell from the trees the sun shone always on a per pctual summer Men declined to be Hove that Eden bad been destroyed forever They preferred to traiiglne that Its gates were closed to them for a season To deem that such a spot could vanish seemed sacrilegious Many an early voyager and explorer had strange dreams of discovering some earthly paradise when he set out for unknown shoresdreams perhaps not spoken but secretly nourished and strengthened by unconquerable force of romantic superstition that lived In the heart of ages iu other ways so dark Even the Elizabethans dreamed always of some more wonderful coun try to bo discovered Their tolls and perils and fightings had ever the redeeming glamour of romance In those days was the true poetry of travel There was always some El Dorado some hidden Eden to be reached V Kansas City Independent HE LOVED THE THEATER Farce unit Clown Were Ih9 Joy of George III of n aland Few men of any rank or time have ever derived so much unaffected pleas uro from the theater as George III In fact In the words of a coutempo nary It was as rood as a play to hear the royal laughter and note the genu ine enjoyment of bU majesty lie tasaid Thackeray wrote not to have cared for Shakespeare or tragedy much Farces and pantomimes were his joy and especially when the clown swallowed a carrot or a string of sau sages he would laugh so outrageously that the lovely princess by his side would have to soyf Sly gracious moo arch do compose yourself And he continued to laugh and at the very smallest farces as long as his poor wits were left him So frequent were Georges visits to the theater that his face was the roost familiar In London to playgoers who took no more notice of his presence than If he had been a simple citizen except when his boisterous laughter drew attention to him and started oth ers laughing out of Irresistible Infection As familiar a spectacle as that of his majesty purple and rolling with laughter was to set him sleeping as peacefully as a child between the acts So partial that ho permitted and evfsmiled at liberties which be would have resented In any one else On one occasion when Par sons was playing In The Siege of Ca lots the actor walked toward tho box In which George was sitting and ad dressod him In the words of his part An the king were here and did not admire my scaffold I would say Hang html Ho has no taste a piece of im pudence which throw his majesty into a fit of laughterLondon TitBite- PRONUNCIATION Read Over Thl Tout and Then Consult Yonr Dictionary The following rather curious piece ot composition was placed upon the black board at a certain teachers Institute and a prize of a dictionary offered to any person who cpuld read it and pronounce every word correctly The book was not carried off ns twelve was the lowest number of mistakes In pronun elation made A sacrilegious son of Ballol who has suffered from bronchitis having ex haustcd his finances In order to make good the deficit resolved to ally him self to a comely lenient and docile young lady of the Malay or Caucasian race lie accordingly purchased a calll op and coral necklace of a chameleon hue and scouring a suit at rooms at a principal hotel he engaged tho head waiter as his coadjutor lIe then die patched a letter of the most unexcep tlonal callgrophy extant inviting the young lady to a matinee She revolted at the Idea refused to consider herself BQcrlflcablo to his desires and sent a polite note of refusal on receiving which he procured a carbine and bowie knife said that he would not now forge fetters hymeneal with the queen and went to an Isolated spot severed his jugular vein and discharged the contents of the carbine Into his ab domon Tho debris was removed by the coroner The mistakes In pronunciation wore made on the following words Sacri legious Belial bronchitis exhausted finances deficit comely lenient docile Malay calliope chameleon suit coadjutor callgraphy matinee sacrifice ble carbine hymeneal Isolated jugu lar and debris I The Triumphant Spider A little garter snake about live Inches long went to sleep in a wheelwright shop and a big block spider spun a web around tbe reptile When the lit tie snake awoke It was literally In the tolls and began to struggle It finally managed to free IU body but not IU head Meanwhile the spider was in dustriously spinning fresh threads stopping occasionally to give tho snake a bite Then the real fight commenced and lasted for an hour The snake could not get away but It tried IU best to bite the spider without avail Weak ened by Us futile efforts and the successive stings of the Insect It gradual ly ceased to struggle and finally died Then the spider presumably triumph ant disappeared under the wall The Battered Side A woman who is a close observer of children was out walking in the conn try one day she relates when she saw a little girl with solemn big blue eyes sitting on a doorstep munching a huge slice of bread and butter The only peculiarity about the operation was that she was holding the buttered side of the bread toward the ground Why do you hold your broad and butter that way asked the lady Tause whispered the little maiden confidentially mamma says bwead always falls butter side down so If you hold It butter side down to start wit and thon dwop It why of course It falls butter side up Paid Her Back Gracious my dear said the first society belle spitefully I trust youre not 1111 You look so much older to nightDo I dear the other replied sweetly I feel quite welL And youhow wonderfully Improved you arc You look positively young A Subtle Distinction Did the critics like your perform anco of Hamlet The critics answered Mr Storm iugton Barnes liked It But a large number of persons who assume to be I critics did not Washington Star I Nothing more completely battles one who Is full of trick and duplicity than straightforward and simple Integrity In nnothcrCoIton WI1C iRebgefnu SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE by buying reliable high grade thisIfag machine STROGESr GUARANTEE Iftional Sewing Machine Co j HI iNf11S Something New Valuable ToursrT- OFLORIDA t 4t l ViaF G our Railway And Queen Crescent Route f 9 Go Ono Way Return AnothertWinter tourist tickets good goingFvia Asheville through the Land of tin Skyand beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chatty nooen or vice versa are now on sale at LOW RATES The Florida Limited solid train DrlwlnlRoomwith Dining Oar service leaves Lexington every morning via Queen A Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga a RailwayThe Special be ginning January Oth consisting of Drawing Room Sleepers Observation Cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga and Southern Railway with Dining Gar service enroute Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxvlllo Aiheville and Savanah From Louisville connection of the above tutu Is made at Isxingtton by trains of the Southern Railway For Land of the kTIt book Win our Homes folder rates schedules or y ithei information address O J ALLaN C 1 iluNOinroBD A tiStW aRiNCARSON G P A Q k 0 Route Cincinnati O t PATENTS 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diseases of the Internal organs due tota disordered nervous system Some of these are Indigestion Bil r ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic i tt Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheuma Usm etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I pre called upon him to try Dr Mlta 1fuUyyou it my a ago when I had trouble I preach till to everyoneitB- Vit D MYSRu Correctlonvllle Iowa FREE Write us and we wlU ma IIyou a Free Trial Package et Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom stank for our Specialist to diagnose your cat and tell you Is wrong and how to Absolutely JrM Address DH MILJS MKUICAK CO 1Ap1tQlNTOlilfCy116LIt1tljT matrtor l rt a li Jr oho firealhttt 7fows 1 J WISE MAtlNS KJItor 131DOui1JtOFESSIOXAL GAItDS JoWISE JTAGJKS ATTOUNEVVrLAWOiHce J csoK NTUcdT LrAil business intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful at a tent en =BBmmmtmnnrmntmlmnnnm3Bl I SL C ROARK 1 LAWYER JACKSON KENTUCKY Will practice In Breathitt and g = Mngofiln Counties E i f1111WlWWuWUll1WI11I1111W11W111IESt G W FJBESOB A II PATTON I FLEEXOU PATTON LA WYEnSIJAOKSON KENTUCKY tit t 1 4N N H l It JOHN D WHITEr I AWYI n Office over Hank Manchester Clap Co Kentucky Also v Room 603 Kentucky Title BldR Louisville Ky Will practice In State and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching Net EaCtJ lands In Ownloy or 0 V I Co la JI in llurliii or Inodo Creek farm KyUrun InventiRntr niul report vnliiutxif lltlesor Urge tt act of timber coal mid oil lands located between Meshack Monroe county Ky and theljead of Kingdom Come Letch r ass52SZsasasasPsas sa JH IT W CIVIL h ENOINEEItSI 1M nil cl IM SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ID r In rurut 15E5 s S2525252Si5252 251 CONLFnn BROWN COPK- S I 4 91VII ENUINEKltS N rn AND SURVEYORS I Jr I Local Surveying specialty I oltlrf oJ f Ilargis building r JACKSON KENTUCKY + nj Il5rI S25252525ru i ANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR STATE IlEPRESEN PATIVE We are authorized to announce GRANT IIOrLIDAY asa candidate fur Representative from cOlllpostdJ MngOnin subject to the action of the Itrpiiblican party W FOR ASSESSOR IaWluli t We ore authorized to announce I JOHN L StUONG tla candidate fnrAuemur or Rrenthltl coifi0yjiulijecno the action of the He 1ptJllc1I party r 1B zf IVnceof Lane was a vlsitu- here Thursday i Richard Byhl and1 II Dunn o Lee City left laVt Monday file Louts vile lo enter n nudica college k k II Gibson sUrlY t for Ihw s vIlnMiliittCcnl Iron and Lumber Com tl itJ pony has moved Iris once Into the ii Crawford building f Mrs Luraha Lliidon or Gilmoro t who has been visiting her sons Daniel and John Lndon In Oklahoma since last September returned home Thura day She was delighted with her trip Dr jrA Gross a Louisville tnedl kcal student and Mlda Emma Morgan or hazard were married at the Luland + + llolel In lexingtu Thursday The bride accompanied by Mrs Nannie 4Richie and Miss Cusulu Morgan of hazard pnssetl through Jackson Ails week en rout e to Lexington r To tho Teacher anti Tlioso In 1 tcrcstcil In Upi to Nutt Educn tinn- Y f I wish to call your attention to the much Improved Southern School Jour nal beginning isitb time January issue 1005 The Journal has been improved greatly in appearance and nt least 83 per cant mure reading matter uclJtd which makes it second to none among our educational j nmml To those preparing to tench In the common sclioola of Kentucky you can not af ford to be without the Journal It Is full or interesting and practical Infor fiction that no uptodate teacher eat do without and be sucessful in his or her cfTorts I am smut interested pecuniarily to 4 tho amotint of one cent but merely v call your attention to this auxiliary tlldl1r08perollsfam Very truly yours llBjiuy 1J uniR c Ii V V- AS 7Z 5 ff 5J1Et1F5 ftSE B virtue of txroutun No 1707 In IIur of A II Patton vs W U Day which Issued train tho Clerks office of the Hreathitt Circuit Court I or ono of my deputies will on Monday January 23 1003 between the hour of 10 oclock it in and 2 oclock p m ut tho Court House door in JncUion county of ttrintlillt Ky pxpneot to public unit to the highest bidder the following property or sn much thereof in mny btiiicc siry to satisfy the amount of tilt plaintiffsdabttntereatnodcnats towit A onefoiirili umlivlilrd Inter eHt in lliu following described property anti InInu W II Days Interest in said land t HitfinniiiR on the hank of 1lttltl Frozenabout 85 or 40 pales from Its mouth thonoo tip the hill with the Vanclenvo lino N I 30 E 1100 feet to n spotted oak on top of ridge i et veers Little Frozen timid llonnp Fork thenco with ridge N 4030 W 465 feet to n mnple thence N 7 W 218 reel ID a tuke iN 2ft W 800 fuel to a stake N 8380 to a block oak n 53 w 373 feet to a stake n 43 w 149 feet to the top of n large knob n 8 e 105 feet o stake n OS w 445 feet to K stake u4045 w 413 fuel to a Brake n 910 e 223 feet to a stake n 30 o 185 feet ton black locust n 11 w 530 feet to- stake n n IS e 122 feet lna stake n 28 IftJ feet io n stake n 01 00 w 264 foot to n dogwood in gap at head of Itnlia- mtrsncltmf 1 Little Frozen creek n 01 w 350 feet to a stake two chestnut sap linuKon a point n 75 w 410 fuel to n Inrjitt cheintit oak Md corner to V I Hurst n 2230 w 172 feet to a tnk- o1t415vS02rtnt Innslllkejn 860w 7E6 fret to a sUkn YeUvffiii Mud Llc nnd Upper Branch j N 68 w 352 feet to n stake r 70 w 478 feet to a hickurr 4 4UOw SK5 tort to n stake s 3430 w J05 feet to n stake j a 10 u 270 feet to h flake s 211 e 445 feet to a mall blucl tan s 10 30 o 403 feet to a stake s 37 c feet to a black gum on the end of point near the road upLItUo Frozen 7 n 220 ret to a birch thence crossing Frozen Creeks 2030 w 342 feet ton rfluVe s 2 w 135 fret In a stake a 21 lIT 182 feet to a slake s 25 115 feet tollI lukos30 xv 185 feet to two sour xvaodsjs 7830 xv 203 feet to n bloc oak s23805 xv 171 feet to n stake 4830 xv 413 feet to a stake r 72 v 200i feet to a pone on n knob s 2415 xv j00 H unljlInllnued e251 fi t t io a snake n 7430 e 24 IS to ail k in low gap 7CSO e 25R reel to n small maple on jninl s 211 4V2 feet to a stn II 39 e C81 feet to Miiall hickory i 10 xv 500 feet to a hie try and corner to AVm Days tract head of Drift Branch and Little Froifii Orp k s46 e 355 feet to a stake n 68 M 100 feet to u tan3145c216 feet to i white oak between Troft Branch a- ntger Branch of Little Frozen i 1 d5 i0 e 255 ret to a eta and black RIIIII 4030 o 223 feet to a eta s 88 e 48 ret la a stn n 6030 p 105 wet to a tlute oak on puhttii 7730 e 162 feo to n small bleary n 57 o 178 feet to- tnynGfl30e347 fert to a ale s 77 + 231 feet to it unnll htcory s 26 e 32V feet to n ata a 0230 r 125 feet to her mall black oaks a 030 e IJteat i I u cluitnnt s 3330 6 10 feet to asIa III JO e 235 tent to a basket oak mark- sJIP1S03 t thence down the hill n R030 e 810 rcpt to n sycamore tree tnnding where Little Frozen emptier iota Itonno Fork said dtnrnp is n 60 xx 6810 poles from wires J lUap1 = it out III the cliff uiuho opposite std r of Fiozen erect thence up Fro 1l11 n 3545 xv 132 feet to n eta if 5 Ii to u Bta n 3630 w 233 fret to K III GO w ISIS feet to the beginning imilalnlig four hundred and eighty ere + OINn1hlllll1J at a 8ta At tit mouth nl Frozen Creek thence n 80 f 742 feet to n drain nnd up drain s 43 t 214 feet to a Iota in drain i 82 xv 010 ft W end of point 84930 xv 150 fett ti ivater birch on batikuf river thence n 30 xv 231 feet to the bagmning con taining 3J acres THIRD Heginning at n large water oak btanding nt time muulhIfr Frozeii creek thence up said creek with time tine of J T Day or W M Day etc hjuw tract n 3130 e 896 feet ton lila n 3915 a 402 taut to a sin n 43 e 628 tort to n itn n 51 e 274 feet to a dtu n 3845 e SOIL feet to asia n 601C c S33 fret too lu n 70e 702 feet Io a 8tn1I10 e 191 feet to n eta n 17 w 447 feet to a SIR and truss murk on a point ofn rock below railroad thence up the ill I arousing rnflrond n H9 xv 105 feet to dtu on point between Frozen cieek Itintihburn branch thenco up cane blocrk n w a i t7w250feet toapoStoakn12 xv 303 smairI cliPSinut n 5130 xv 238 fret to a white oak n 3230 w 230 feet to a tin n 30 xv 402 feet too mny le s 03 xv 18 feel to a gap between Hlarbiirn brand dad Orchard brunch s 6030 w 814 toes to B chestnut oak n 61 w SOJ feet to a itu n 31 XY 256 feet to a chuolnut oak n 88 xv 440 feet to a ale n CO 30 w 110 feet to a lilac oak on nub s 53 xv G94 lost to a ta B 05 xv 405 feet to alita fo iri80 xv 118 feet tu a sin a 3GHO xv 80 feet to a small chestnut s 8830 xv 2K feet Io ti lila s 0745 reel to n SIn 7830 xv 175teet lo a blue oak and cor nor to Nathan Ielfry tlixnco s 48 xx 208 feel lo astas 5915 xv 315 feel ton da tf 2430 xv 148 feet to n gtn s 215 xx 255 foal tp a stn s 050 w 420 feet to n tu s 20 xv 132 ret to n sta s 31 xv 512 fuel to n Htn s 11 4S w 81 feet to n stu app forks White Oak creek thence Juivn the hill n 7030 w 641 teat to n ant In county road at forks of Whit e Onk thence with road t 27 w 182 feet 10 a slit s130 w 280 feet to eta s 2130 I w 252 feet to sta i s 21 w 722 ret to eta t 3030 iv 173 red to sta sOw283 feet U 4tn B 1 e 344 feet to itn n 11 xv 250 relit to via s 10 e 105 feet to sla s 2030 p 116 feet to sin B 4 30 e 70 feet to mulberry at now school house s 30 30 xv 100 feet to an apple tree tie 222 feet io eta a 0 w 420 fret to sla s 130 fret 10 stu s 14 80 w 130 feet to tala 30 w 140 feet to guto a 8 e 280 feet to eta I 430e BOO feet to stn s 8645 e OSO feet to stn s82SO e 1000 feet to a stai n 7330 e 800 feel to sin n 17 e 652 feel to n sta n 55 e 502 feet in n sta n S3 43 e 418 feet to stn n 77 e 100 feet to the beginning cuiitalning eight hundred and furtyslq und tiireefourtli acres uaIteginnhmg at n largo btonh on lime loft bunk of the north fork of time Ky river just opp the mouth of Frozen erRlle thence runniiig down the river n 47 xv 116 feet to sla j s 83 IV 093 feet tu tin B 5345 w 314 to n stn i 60 vr 1046 ft lu itn II 7430 w 206 ft to Bta s 78 xv2i feet to ate s 83 30 xv 231 ret to sta n 5K w 231 fret to slat s 6030 xv 323 feet to slit n 88 xv 780 tent to n Bin opposite mouth of WiillH Oak n 81 xv 330 feet to a sUt n 78 xv 2 0feet lo ItO n 85 xv 402 feut to a eta n 82 xv 320 feet to n Bntalldrainlo ma 8 8030 u 51 feet to n Ma a 1180 w 110 fret to sta II 10 80 e 1U feet tu I k 7 S4a L r J tI n s38e fto feet to n sta s 2010 0 1172 filet to a sta s 3730 o 140 feet to a ta B 20 e 1BOh6t to n stake it 20 o JRO fret to a Stake 167fret20 e 90 feet to a clmntnut 9 12 e 2M rest ni a hicory s 3730 o 963 feet 10 a- Illeny a 520 n 12S feet ton blac- ktaks8130e2t5feettunatn i s 22 v lOG feet to a double chestnut onk n 07 n 270 ret Inn sta s 49 n 105 feet to n staa25es243feet to u ducxvoad s 03 34 o 803 foot to n block 01111 245 o tai feet lo n blaak oak R 2030 e 140 feel ill eta s 21 B 27d feet l i ate R 43 e 280 feet to a black link n 01 o 235 feet to u In s 82 o 638 feet to n rntirxvnod 4e 116 feet to a lIne oak n 5530 o 11I feet lo MIn s 6045 u 215 feet to n hlc dry x 1430e 413 feet to n hlcory s 0 15 H 170 fuel to a white oak s 1030 xv 200 feet to ate s 30 e 00 feet to n SIn fI 47 II 207 feet to stn s 11 30 v 155 feet II Sill s 18 w Ab0 fuel lo bin s 27xv OOlfeet LIIIIIIII 2110 feet lo stn s 18 xv 350 fret to gin a 27 w 601 feet to Stn II ll e 33 feet to n bush corner to K U Lund Company thence w Ills saute n Sl30o 387 CUltton a1I7630 o30i ftH to sta s 80 a 140 feet lo bin s 07 P 150 feet to sta s 6515 e 103 feet to in- S 31 e 109 feet to ix mulberry s SO e P3 feet to n maple s 2230 e 511 feet to o ala n 1530 e 405 reeL to stn n 680 t 808 feet to eta n 830 077 cjfeel to ant it 445 o 400 fuel to stu n 12 e 402 fed ti sin n 18 e 515 feet to sin n 21 30 u 77f feet to u eta n 30 e SSJ feet lo gin n 16 e 300 feet to stake n 3CO u 103ft to ttn n 1330 xv 314 feet to sin n 27lf vr 108 feet to stake n 35 xx 255 feet to sta n 00 w 4VO feet to the beginning containing 51516 ncrps 5 Beginning on them bank of the North Fork of the Kentucky River at the mouth of Cedar Creek thenco up tho point above the mouth of said creek S 72 E COO feet to a white oat spurcS 0 small hickory on a knob and corner to old Henry Pences tract thenco S 46 E 231 feet to a stake S 1730 E 400 foot to a stake S 545 W 40C feet to a stake S 4015 E zCO feet to a stake S 18 W 248 feet to a stake 804s5n Cedar and Holley in Dud Sheffields cornfield thence S 4430 W 445 feet to black oak on top of knob S 930 W 231 feet to a stake S 2330 E 285 top38 o W 248 foot to a chestnut oak S 3130 W 350 feet to a stake N 8030 W 755 feet to n chestnut on knob between Cedar nnd Holloy Branch upper end 421Fto a hickory between Cedar and Low linesE 490 feet to a stake N 32 W 250 feet to a stake N 77 E 495 toot to a stake S 81 E 210 foot to a stako S C8 E 208 feet to a stako E 412Ito a stako S 4730 E 2oO root to o stako S 8 E 335 feet to a stake S 7015 W 479 feet to tho beginning Containing 015 i acres IG Beginning at tho mouth of the Lower Ford Branch thence up thr North Fork of tho Kentucky RIver N 31 E 705 feotEo an elm and lynn N 3 W 858 to n double dogwood S 30 W 545 feet to a pine 3 71 W 201 toot to tho Lower Ford Branch S K E CbJ tent to tho beginning contain Ing 10 acres 8 Beginning at a stako by Fork In public road a corner to Brac Young thence running up hill with said Youngs lino N 55 E 225 foot tr a stake N 59 E 224 feet to stake 43 E 172 feet to chestnut oak N E 250 feet to stake N 5730 E 547 feet to chestnut oak N 930 W 322 feet to hickory N 030 E lOG feet tc hickory N40 E 206 feet to chestnut oak E 177 Meet to ash N 75 E 3U Poet to stake S 5930 E 180 feet tc white oak N 6130 E CSS feet to twc hickories N 7530 E 370 feet to white oak N 2730 E 335 foot to locust N 1130 W 540 foot to ash N 3230 F 518 feet to chestnut oak N 30 E Cif feet to chestnut N 6 W G5 foot tc stales N 1130 W 413 feot to chestnut oak N 2530 W 335 feet to shako S 1145 E 507 feet to chestnut oak t corner to land of Charles Banks and running with same N 30 W 140 fee lo stako N 32 W 413 feet to sugar tree N 40 W 307 feet to chestnut oak a corner to William Hampton lean ling Banks and with said Hampton line S 63 W 233 foot to shako S 423 W 327 feet to stake N 88 W 400 teem to hickory N Gl W 521 toot to hick lory S 52 W 1500 foot to hickory t corner to Jerry Bowen thence with same S 1230 W 155 feet to a locust S 20 W 210 feet to a locust S 20 E 375 toot to a stake S 2 E 020 feat tc a maplo S 21 E 382 feet to a stake S 34 W 180 foot to black oak S 4 W 277 feet to maple S 208 feet to stake S 5 E205 feet to stako S 19 W 381 feet to bush N 72 W 440 feat tr stake N 24 W 180 feet to stake I 823mW 700 foot to stake H 4430 W ICf toot to black oak N 7930 W 530 leer to chestnut oak a corner to Jed Smith thence with a lino of same S 30 W 730 feet to a locust a corner to Nigger Branch and with samo E 24 E 412 toot to a chestnut oak S 830 W 420 feet to a stake S 29 W 23rfeet to hickory S 230 W 4C8 feet U dogwood S 31 W 235 feet to stake- S 5 W 131 feet to chestnut oak S 3330 W 245 feet to a stako S 12 W 1C5 feet to black oak 8 8945 E 57C feet to black oak N 78 E 112 feot to chestnut oak S 7745 E 365 feet tc dogwood a corner to Brack Woung Thence with samo 80 E 50 foot tc otako N 70 E 382 foot to a sugar tree N 5830 E 500 feet to a stake N 8 E leO feet to stake N 47 E C2C feet to tho beginning containing 540144 acres 9 Beginning at a largo rock on the left lido of Frozen Creole a corner to Wm Smiths thence running up said creek with lines ofI said Smith N 1730 W 195 feet to a stake NG930 E 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 5 W G9 feet to a stake N 22 E 153 feet to a stako N 10 W 137 foot to a stake N 30 W 232 feet to a buckeye N 15tV 147 feet to a largo hickory N 2315 W 213 feet to a largo dogwood N 230 E 218 feet to a stake N 2345 W 112 feel to a stake N 2030 W 128 feet to a largo chestnut oak N15 E 450 feet to a black oak a corner to A B and W E Stoops land leaving salt Johnsons1 land and running with Stoops N 145 E 178 feet to a black oak N 3130 W 310 feet to a stako N 17 E 440 feet to chestnut oak N 130 E 120 feet to a chestnut N 2945 E 595 feet to chestnut oak N 51 E 204 feet to a chestnut N 2945 E 59 Ii feet to chest nut oak N 51 E 204 foct to a small hickory N 1530 E 250 foot to stake N 230 W 405 feet to locust N 273q W 185 foot to hickory N 1215 E 404 feet to an X on a rock N 2345 B 340 lost to a choatmit oak a cor loav1ngthewith time lino of saht Young N 40 W I1C foot to a stake N 8lIRV 100- leet to a bunch of chestnuts N 48 U W 300 foot to a stako N 13 5 W 54B feat to a stake N 230 E 140 feet to dopvoo a corner to Day Brothers land on Mork Fork thence leaving land of said Young and with land of Day Druthers N 7745 W 305 feet tc chestnut oak S 78 W 115 feet to a black oak N 8945 W G70 feet to a black onk N 2715 W 883 feat to a chestnut oak N 1430 W 380 tout to a black oak N 12 K 1C5 feet to o stake N 3330 E 245 feet to a chestnut oak N 5E 131 foot to a stnko N 31 E 235 toot to dogwood N 230 E 408 foot to hickory N 31 K 23 feet to black oak N 29 E 244 root to stako N 830 K 430 feet to chestnut oak N 24 W 412 feet to two hick orlos and a locust n comer to the land of Jeff Smith thence with the line of sold Smith N 85 W 220 feet to Chestnut S 5730 W 350 feet to sugar In Gap S 5130 W 510 feet to locust N SO W 211 feet to stake S 4115 W 175 feet to locust S 70 W 310 feet to hickory N 01 W 400 feet to locust S G2 W 320 feet to hickory In a gap S CO W 200 feet to black oak N 83 W 180 feet to whlto Oak S 78 W 135 feet to stake N 43 W 27C feet to chestnut oak N 5030 W 3SO toot to a locust a corner to Dunns heirs thence leaving tho land of Jeff Smith and running with the Dunns heirs S 6830 W SCO toot to a hick cry N 8130 W 295 feet to a hick cry N 70 W 285 foot to a chestnut jak a corner to Win Hurst thence with same S 3730 W 874 foot to a dogwood S 35 W 237 foot to hick cry S 53 W C50 feet to a chestnut oak 8 10 W 295 feet to chestnut oak S 52 E 15C feet to a sarvlce S 55 W SCO feat to a black oak S 330 E 440 feet to a hickory 8 35 E 3Gne feet to a hickory S EC W 325 too o a whlto oak S SG W 140 foot to a rtako S 85 W 220 foot to a hickory 1 46 W 210 feet to a hickory S 430 W 440 toot to chestnut oak S 50 W JSO feet to chestnut oak S 35 W 592 feet to chestnut oak a corner to An Irew Vancleavo thence with sarao S JC E 210 feet to chestnut oak S 70 3 415 feet to a stake S 36 E 98 feet io a stake S 1GV 1304 feet to a hostnut oak 8 7 E 360 feot to white ak S 7715 E 540 feet to a hickory 3 28 E 455 feet to a chestnut oak S 26DE 5 feet to a stale S 7 E SC5 to t hickory a corner to Sewoll heirs hence with samo N 73 E 840 foot to i chestnut S 1730 E 795 feet to a jlackjsak S 16 E 420 feet to a black ak S 7130 E 346 feet to a hickory J 55 E 330 feet to a chestnut oak S 7 E 132 foot to a black oak N 4530 E3 055 feet to a chestnut oak N 79 30 3 81 foet to a black oak S 0130 E 180 feet to a black oak SHE 930 eat to whlto oak S 83 E 82 feat to a itake N 74 E 475 foot to the bogln ling containing 1250 acres 10 Beginning at a stake at th orKs of Morg Fork a corner to W E Stoops land thenco up right fork with a line of same N 5830 E set to n buck N 28 W 404 feet to ilack oak N 4 W 130 feet to a stake 7 7 A 283 foot to a chestnut N 263 V 496 foot to ft hickory N 3030 ilC feat to a hickory N 7830 W 251 feet to a black oak N 11 W 209 feot o a black oak N 27 W 503 toot to a chestnut oak o corner to the Morg ork Tract thence running with ame S 5730 W 647 feet to a stake 3 2730 W 250 feet to a chestnut oak 3 4330 W 172 feet to a stake S 593 0 22ka take S 8 W ICO feet to stake 830 W 800 foot to a sugar tree 50fBranch thenco with same S 230 W 140 feet to stake S 1315 E 545 feet o stako S 4815 E 30Q feet to a munch of chestnuts S 8115 H 100 cot to a stake S 40 E 220 foot to a thostnut corner to Wm Stoops same S 03 E 936 feet to 1 chestnut oak a corner to Caleb Hotelier thence with samo N 37 E 45 feet to a black oak N 21 E 485 ect to a stako S 8130 E 138 foot to i stake S 4330 E 415 feet to a take S 4930 E 430 feet to tho be Inning containing 105vz acres 11 Beginning at a stake at the south of a small branch on tho loft tank of tho N9rtb Fork of the Ken ucky River a corner to the land of he Lawson heirs thence running up i point with same S 78 W 74 feet to i stake S 35 W 290 feet to a stako 1 5530 W 132 feet to stake S 7216 V 223 feet to stake S 75 W 15 feet o stako S SO W 70 feet to stake JI E 350 feet to walnut S 1215 47 feet to stake S 945 E 300 o stake S 13 W 221 foot to chost lut oak S 4930 E 310 feet to black lak S 3830 E 527 foot to bunch of mall chestnuts S 45 E 1C8 feet to lack oak S 5216 E 98 feet to stake i 5430 E 198 foot to black oak N 745 E 87 feet to stake N 7245 E 9 feet to stake S 5030 E 244 feet t tako S74 E 208 feet to hickory i 51 E 187 feet to stake N 5130 E 83 feet to stake N 1030 E 460 feet o hickory a corner to the Ira Taul lee tract thence running down the train with a line of samo N 3730 W 258 feet to a chestnut N 12 W 238 cot to stake N 29 W 99 feet to an ish N 13 W 100 feet to a stake N 845 W 157 feot to a stako N 3730 V 250 feet to stako N 29 W eet to bush N 3730 W 140 feet itako N 38 W 105 feet to a1 N C30 W 172 foet io a stake N 1530 W 104 feot to stake M 1130 E 115 tact to stake N 330 W 54 feet to an X on a rock by river thenco down ho river N 8215 W 428 feet to the Beginning containing 82 acres 12 Beginning at a largo rock on ho left sdo of Frozen Creek a cor her to the land of Day Brothers Nig ter Branch tract thence running up mid Frozen Creek with same N 1730 W 195 feet to a stake N 0930 E 412 eet to a poplar N 7745 E 1098 feet oa bush a corner to Elbort John ion thence running up crock with amo S 8130 E 346 feet to a stake S 1130 E 174 feet to a stake S2 W CCS feet to stake S 19i45 E 538 feet o a bush a corner to James Copo henco leaving Johnson with a lino jf Copo S 845 W 82 to a bush S 1830 W 370 feet to a small ash 8 1030 W 085 feet to a chestnut onka corner to Sowcll heirs thence leav ng Cope and with lino of Sawoll N 8215 W 380 feet to a chestnut oak H 30 W 306 feet to a chestnut oak N 30 E 237 feet to a sugar tree N 2245 B 223 foot to a large white oak N 2330 W 173 feet to a chestnut oak N 79 W 102 feet to a bush N 8415 W 138 foot to a stake 8 7130 W 105 feet to a bush S 7230 W 126 feet to a stake N 7815 W 144 feet to stake N 945 E 297 foot to a stake N 17 W 344 feet to stake N 11 W 432 toot to tho beginning containing 77 15 acres 13 Beginning at a stake Just below tho road by Marc Fork a corner to Brack Young thence running up hill wlthla lino of Young N 8130 W 138 a stnko S 21 W 485 feet to a r aY jlack oak S 37 V 1G5 foot ton cheat cut oak a corner to John Glllunu thoneQ with winio S 4230 E 2QS teat o a alako 32 T3 19S toot to n chost tilt oak S 2315 E 370 foot tit chest rut oak S 1530 E 243 feet to stake V 3trSO E CliO toot to i N 1G30 3 Si5 foot to stake N 4930 E 430 feet to stake N 3330 W 415 feet to he bcKliining containing 12V6 acres 14 lloxIimluK on an elm on tho iianK of Proton Crook Just below the mouth ol Mill Branch thence down the road and with a lino of Win Day etc S 11 E 290 foot to Btako R 30 W 124 foot to a stake 8 1430 E 317 foot to slake S 580 W 183 feel to tnlo S 2715 W 2G8 feet to stake 3 31 W 227 foot to poplar comer to Win Day Jri thence tip tho lilll with raid Days lino N 7230 E 4CS feet to a stake anil chestnut pointer S 1980 K COO feet to stake N 0830 E MS foot to black oak and hickory N 87 E 174 foot to utakp N 08 13 137 feet to black oak back Win Days told thence with ridge N 22 E 122 foot to stake N 615 W 370 feet to itnke N 915 E 303 feet to two dog ak In Rap N 230 W leG foot to flack oak N 1565 W 208 feet to stake N 3930 E 171 foot to basket oak N 8815 E 175 feet to slake N 41 E 215 feet to stake N 50 E 198 foot to stake black oak pointer N- i9 E 203 foot to stake N CO E 194 feet to black oak corner to J T Day tract N 530 W 11C feet to stake N 2530 E 149 feet to stako N 1145 E 189 toot to stake N 2730 W 90 toot to stake N 2230 E 472 foot to stake N 4430 E 382 feet to stake S 8045 E 405 feet to stake N 7430 12 408 teat to stako N 1 E 452 feet io utako N IS W 172 foot to stake N 3830 W 333 feet to small hickory N 35 E 281 feet to stales N 6230 E 297 foot to stake N 0930 E 35C feet to stake 8 8730 E 220 feet to stake N 70 E 347 feet to Btako N 87 E 204 foot to slake N 6446 E 344 feet to hickory on knob between Mill Brunch Fall Branch and Turkey Branch and corner to Sowcll heirs thence 31G E 380 feet to stake N 45 W 305 tool to stake N 1 W 189 feet to sourwood N 15 E 224 foot to stake N 45 W 105 feet to stake N 830 W 125 feet to oraall black oak on knob between Turkey and Mill Branch and Glory and corner to A S Voncloavo thence N 7230 W 132 foot to a dogwood N 8830 W 314 feet to small black oak S 50 W 307 toot to hickory S 84 W 393 feet to small hickory corner to Archer Cope thenco with Copes line 1J 5 E 415 foot to black gum S 10 W 83 tact to stake 8 9 E 148 feet to hickory down hill S 3515 E 3C3 feet to a black walnut stump at Branch thence down Branch S 5845 W 231 feat to stake S 75 W 083 feetto poplar S OS W 39C feet to stake S 65 W 175 feet to stake S 4530 W 107 feet to stako 8 0730 W 157 foot to stake 8 49 W 117 feet to stake S 4045 W 200 foot Co stake1 S 230 E 429 feet to stake S 2745 W 120 foal tp stAke S 5230 W 158 toot tdstake 8 3930 W 84 feet to stake S 15 W 201 feet to stake S 381efoot to o a shako i S 4230 W 212 lost to stake- S 48 V 452 teat to stako S 1730 W toaS 57 V 340 fuet to stake N 52 W 101 0feet to stako 8 5G30W 125 toot to 1stnko S 21 W 230 feet to the begin ning containing 250 acres Ti vied upon ns the property of V n OanttMSSnle will be madam on n credit of six mnniho bond with np mivid Security required bearing in terbnnnuin tutu the forje anti effect nf a replevin bund 1901S sale it 338258 ED OAIrAIIAN It C- Uy NJ Moons D S L C Norman vtSon wlioloaali coal morclmnts of Lexington him sold their interest in coal mines op ernttxl 11 thorn in Leo county to to tho Central Coal Company of Lexington which hRS boon reor ganized with JO Richardson president and Dr J E Neoly secretary Attillii Nonnnn son of L CNormiui has bought nw acres of line coal land on the IrSA inilrond near lieattyvillo and will shortly begin development VANFE0An iiptodnlo tmveliiii Efor maii to call on country merchant n Wholesale Notion Hume For further information call on or nddre- S1MONAD123 410I12 11 Main Street- Lexington Ky The extraordinary session of the Legislature called by tier Ileukhon to consider the question of chungim Ihotitofur time new Ciptul bulldin convened shortly after noon Thursday Both louses organized and the Coy errors nirBsugo was rend It strongly urges thntn now alto ba provided Many Ileln Frankfurt are offered but none seeing to be particularly fa votedto Working Night anti Diy Tro biinleit and mightiest little thing that was ever iiiido la Dr King d New Life Mils These pilU change weiikncstt into strength list le snosj into energy lrnin fag lute mental power Theyre wonderful fn building up the health Only 25u per box Suld Lay The Jackson Drug Cu THE COMMONER HR BRYANS PAPER Now is thu Unto to secure Mr fry ans paper All democrats need thee pa per and Air Uryai nerds the support nnd cooperation of all true friends of reform The Commoner has com menced to organize time democratic hosts for 1008 Mr lirjnnd ndvucuoy through The Commoner of the oluctlon ofUS Judges anti U S senators by popular vote direct legislation the overthrow IIof private monopolies tariff reform and other issues Insures inter eating and instructive reading as well ns new life to the party The Commoner and HnBATiiiTT COUNTY NKWS both one year fur time hiss trice of US5 Regular price of The Commoner 100 This nITer applies to both new and renewal sub soripticms Address all orders to TUB UnuATiiiTT UUUNTY NKWS r i t t J J prr DAY BROS Mk r M r ==TOOMPANYho Retail have the most complete stock of I GENERALMERCHANDISE J Everbrought to Jackson Consisting of jj 4 j I 7 tIJJG i i i 11 l J N t ftQu 0 + a r2 I 1 e 1 IatIiiuqbJ4f5 t j I J L t SA oesfWe have the finest rIline of shoes lu East I cm Kentuckytolll mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladiesf we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery 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 In all FrtslifromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE Wp are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every bodyi iti Come and see us our EIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIlIII111B111111111ItllllhlllllnlliNI111lII II11HN1iUlN1B1MlIIllNftytll JIIRfght11i11t1111111111111 I Jw DAY BROS y al COMPANY Jacksona r I- l 1 rut it 1 r t r The Breath itt News Palilinlicrt Every Friday J Local and Personal 5 E 0 Ilydcn of Elkntawa was G In town last Friday ti 1 Mrs Dulcona Hampton of Simpson was in town Tuesday J wItSiT Mica net ie Cope of Frozen wus a pleawnt visitor hero limo past week rh Key WL Taulboe of Tuul llee wail here on business this 1eek4Attorna Hugh Riddle of IrI legalIfr Take advantage of ono of our newspaper combinations while thor lust Mansfield Son of Hosslyn I papertIollntninilitory there January 19th Horn to Mr and Mrs GW Golley on January 11th twin girls weight 8 and 9 ixnnuls etch Mru Iruda Davis is very low She hu been Buttering for sonicr I J timo with a carbunoio on her neck t f v Roubon McQuinn of Rousseau was hero during tho past week taking doiNwilionH in a large land t suit Al S Johnson has accepted the gtingcantr Frozen I A S Johnson Kohl tho Gcgrgo Johnson house on Broadway last week to Thoniiu Davlduon of Wo burn for 850 Now in the ll1oto subscribe for ntwHpnpera anti mnirnincs We can nare you money on any you with to take Kelly McGuire of Camp Chris ty Wit hero Mondon his way home from a visit to his fathers family at St Helens The Pqwoll County Deposit Hank has opened for business nt Stanton The capital stock of the institution is 15000 Mrs Collinsworth of Magoflin country who has been visiting Mrs VT B Sturdivant for the past week has returned hom- eA1 Lindon of Insko was a caller at our office thisweek rind took advantage of our combina tion otTer for the Niw and Con rier Journal Miss Lillie Hurst of Fcnrtrce one of Hrcathitt counts most popular andaccomplished young ladies was a pleasant visitor here tho flat of tho week P i Jackson has enough hotels to 1 accommodate tho Kentucky Legis laturo Whilu the solons aro discussing a sito for the now capital M HyJ ly alottry Jackson i Salfyorsvillc 4 Fogg of West Liberty passed v through hero this week for Frank I fort on legal business llov B B liigstnlF returned TupsdaV from Lexington much improved in health Ho visited several of his friends in tho blu- e4vgrass whilcyho was away James Wells assistant depot agent at Clay City was in lown Monday returning to that place from Lee pity where ho had been visiting Oiofamily of his father tN f + Tom Tharp William Howard RobrOloss and Thomas Iloun shrill Claudes son have been held to answer in n bond of if300 cliargcd with breaking into rail road cars Mrs Mahal I lord has taken charge of tho L K hotel which had been leased to Grant IIolHday for the past year and who huts moved into his now house on Broadway whouo ho will opon up another hotol i John b Strong wlia has been cbnlindd with serious illness for ft tho past sight months took a1 sIrtI= den chnngo fortho Avorso on last Saturday and it was thought heI YPuKl noU survive Undo J ljtlCmlll is now ved- e i- r A A STATEMENT OF FACTS v Tho nlliclell1nst weeks IIus tlor does not need any reply front us as far as tho people of thu county are concerned for they all know that TUB Nits statement is true in every particular but that tho outside world may know some thingof time methods employed in briefdeicription nominations were brought about 1cntuckyStatutes OIUIWltTUhIIPHrIty lliH ciiinuifUen or iteming nuihnr Ity of any jidllilunl party la hold n Irlmsrjr ulectinn under proyliloni ol 1108111Iliaprior to niuh priirurj eUiiioni Rive liiililio notice thereat Ity 1111111 such aLIcoiintT or dlilflut Such tiollcu ilinl mama tho date of uch proposed primary tIlWUII tlul hours betwutin which ii will by held the ulllcei for which cnn t IhodACeletch pilmiry clodiun- i aa OASDIDATK Htw NAH TO HE Sue UITTBJ Any pcnuti deiirlnu to submit his nnino to the voter In a iirlmnrj election shall tint titter limn flfifon lai next prectfditiK tho holding ol uch primary election npprUo the com mittee or KomnltiK ntithority of the pulillcKl party holdliiR inch primary of the fnol that holt a cniullUato and tiI tit complying with tho condition prcicrllicil by the committee or BOV rIling lUllhclrllr fur list reKl tloiii pi aamUdnle tial be declared to ba n undldate bllho ciuninltieoorcovcrn ing Authority of such political peril sea Tho committee met sometime during time summer and called a primary election to bo held No vember 10th but they failed to post any notico thereof on the court houso door or any other place in Brcathitt county They also named November 6th as the last day on which candidates should register which was only fourteen days before the time set for tho election nil required tho candi dates to register and sign a pledge in the presence of tho chairman nail secretary but tho chairman and secretary wore never in session from the day of time calling of time election till November 5th anti then on that day refused to allow candidates to register We are able to prove those facts by the secretary himself for he rdd uotIcavo his home ten miles away from Jackson for that pair Pose till the morning of Nov 5th Section 1BGO saysThe ofliccrs in each primary election precinct shall bo selected trout lists furnished by time various candidates otho committee or governing authority at least ten days before such primary election and stall bo as nearly eVpiiilly divided as possible as to judges clerks and sheriffs among the various candidates This privilege was denied to time candidates who were not allowed to register and wp wore informed by many of the other candidates who limit registered before the chairman alone that tho commit tee did not comply with these pro visions This committee not having called the primary election according to law nor advertised it according to law was nota body politic nndI could not at its meeting on tie Jth tiny of November or nay time have tho authority to nominate a Democratic ticket any more titan any other twelve citizens ofI Hrcathitt county limo gentlemen claiming tho so called noininations do not not email not claim them front nay other source than tho methods above described which in our opinion can not be considered nominations at nil The writer of tho Hustler nrti clo seems to think that the Democrats of tho county are satisfied with ticket As they were not consulted about it wo do not know of anybody that is satisfied with it except tho socalled nominees and their personal following which must necessarily bo small as six of tho candidates live hero in town nnd move in the same circle Only one important oilicc that of asses sor going to tho country No ono cares who holds the unprofit able offices of coroner and sure veyor The time juts passed whcjitho people of this county cnn be swerved from tho right by thocry of Republican bolter There is more at stake for time people in tho next election turn politics but if wo are not mistaken in thq dcn t tit of the writer of tho HusUer article lib political record is not above suspicion As to his churactomation of us wo will leave that to tho people of this county both Democrat npd Republicans who have honored us in tho past and aro still our friends It is known alike by both Republicans and Democrats that we are a Democrat and have never voted against a Democratic ticket that represented Democracy As for TUB NKWB it is an inde pendent paper advocating whatever it believes to heright and condemning what it believes to bo wrong no matter froiw what source it emanates The Hustler writer cannot by his slml1CISOn mUgs and false inferencesdeceive tho people ubotit the matters at issue As Others See Us rut BitKATiirfr COUNTY Niews lists improved very much of late It is now all printed at homo and presents a very readable appear nncoClnj Times llhls for Bridge 1011 W IL Blanton lames Edwards and A P Crawford have been appointed commissioners to re ceive sealed bids for the uivileg ruclesonJbridge till noon January 27th 1905 I Young People Disappointed Withbnt reference to armies wo would spunk of tho disappointment of n jubilant party o s who had planned a trip lust Saturday over tho K h lrroad t Camp Uhriaty which they wore compelled to defer on account disagreeable weather Tho bes laid schemes of micu and mOil gang aft ogled Now Behind tho Bars Sheriff Sam Lykcns of Morgan county tools three prisoners to tho penitentiary this week They hn been convicted nt the last term of time Morgan circuit court They were John Ferguson throe years for killing Bal Byrd Monroe Ha yens fifteen years for killing Davidson Casscll anti George Lyons twentyone years for killing Doo FergusonAn Editorial Visit rude Wise Hagins of Jackson was in to call on us Saturday Judge Ha ins is tho owner and editor of tho BUKATIUTT NKWS Ho looked over our establishment v and made his call very pleasant to us It was luring his term as County Judge that tho fine bridge which spans the Kentucky river n Jackson was built which will bo a monument to his ability and foresight for all time Call again Judge Winchester SunSentinal Ho Was a Quitter Tho error of n noted Bluegrass man should bo avoided by those who rondo good resolutions Janu niy1 Realizing that ho had been too convivial in tho pastime record ed his pledge in a pocket diary which being lost some time after fell into tho hands ofa friend Hero on tho first page was lime en try January 1 tluit drinking This was news to the finder but Burning to tho next pogo he found explanation lii tho entry there January 2 quit again These wore tho only entries but obser t ation of his friend in tho interval led him to believe that ho hind made similar mortal resolutions every day since Now Year Elijah hush lUlls Stove Duff Stephen Dill was shot nod killed by Elijah Bush at tho home of Mrs Bush hero in JacKson midnightDtiff Bush and lived in Perry county joinam ono child Bush is a stepson of Mrs Bush and is about twenty years old No cause is given for the murder as Bush and Duff wore on tho best of terms Bush was undor the influence of liquor at tho time lie fied immediately yetbeenHiram Centers and a posso are in put suit of him and ho will probably bo arrested soon as ho can easily bo trailed in time snov lie was scow near time promises about daylight Goronor MC Bailey summoned a jury anil hold an h quost over body n ounti tim t Dnfi to death front a gun shot wound inflicted by Elijah Bush II G lobinson tho vinegar nnd cider nn wqs lterc Friday Ii h1 I CLOCKS r 7 Silverware Silver Novelties timid all kinds of iirat class Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY rt rya u u We are not t0nget Eyerybodys f Entire Business 1tJ Wo aro not BQ selfish us to pro theirofihuraof the trade arid as a mat tcnrryingeverything ke estnblislunont It in a largo modern 4 qjinerchandis6but wo do want you to know IWo keep good things for you to 1eat Which will certainly insure you good sound sleep We also have1 tits for your poor tired foot IPJiec8 too which are impossible in this pla o to beat Shirts which will neither rip fade Or tear Hats which are as nice and good as anybody olsewear Suspenders collate caiffsand ties Ladies furnishings which nro 1ll1U1ltunwisQ Dont wait fortho other felloua tot blow up your horn But come around anti let ua toot it BOIIIO for your coin Of small miaeausno Credit goods sold for cash f Call amis tryus and iy6ti ti never act rash J MOsborn Stop with Hart Bros at Reed hotel when in Lexington Lewis Hayes of Knott county was here Thursday Green Shepherd of Lambric was hero tho week S II Hurst Jr of Pcartrce passed through hero Thursday for Bcrcn where ho will enter college Mrs Mary Ilensluywife of Squire Green Uensloy is very sick with fever at her homo near Rousseau Jnmos Smith the second of tho trio of negroes to bo tried for tho the murder of William Mooro va3 given tho death sentence at Lox mgton Thursday Aunt Nancy Little died at her homo at G W Bowmans this Friday morning of old ago She was 05 years old nod was thought to bo the oldest person in tho county J D Lantcr who has been gen oral manager for time Singer Manu facturing Company hero for tho past two years has been transferred to Beattynlle Michael Rob inson succeeds him as general managerC who hits been mer chandising in tho Indian Territory for tho past several months re turned hmo last Monday for a short visit to his family Mr Kelman will continua his store hero as well as tho ono in Indian i Territoryt i I I II r t t- x Mail Ordersi For Anything In the JEWELERS I LINE receive prompt attention IS 17 IIOOKIIS II KNIVES SPOONS w uiid FOllKS IIIE IN T Z 9 eJEWE1iEUOp- posite tho Phcenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY Ser d JleiQtz Your Tail Orders us FREEa iriburroarmor jwactticnltaming national illustrated agricultural nnllftitH 1 y weekly in tho United States OfE DOCCAR PER YEAR Send your name for free sample copy New York SribugefarmerTr- ilniiip HUJjj NMV YurJc Oily The New York Tribune Farmer and tie BKKATIIITT yearforprice of TUB NEWS alone if you send 01H order end money to Tun NEWS oflice u SUBSCRIBE NOW eeowaaas aa Jtenl1 2JatterSOJ21S etters 011j taro e Will be- ALeading Feature of The4 QourierJourpal Durip 1905 TtlEUIv VIM UEAIANY OTJEU ATTIUOIIVB 1EBAlt1MENI3tLG lkIlint Rates Daily CoiiriorTouriuU 1 year O Tnlly mad Sunday 1 year 8 Weekly 1 ycnrl 1 COUHIEHJOUJtNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY a special arraiiKeinent Jon can getttto 0 r BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS and the WEEKLY gOirUIERJOUUNVI bout ono your fur on- lyX125 unlitAlllinn nuaetha sum thiviiuli The Noxv noire BO YEARS- EXPERIENCE IITRADE maytniottynrentlon Is t Conimnntnu Uoniitrlctlrconadentfal Handbook on ImlonU patentilalnnoottakeiTe Liesitiiic Jlm rkai a- Abandto eiytttuetraledweekly 1telr eulation of any lolentlno Journal Terms fJ a newadrateref1lJUrNa Urartti O3ce CI 1 lit Wabcton n c ASTRAY I have at my place at Roosevelt n deep red muloy heifer about two years old which came there last October Owner can have pityingclmargesvcrtisiug ii ED DKATOV a co niynii1iP1r 1 tjlnr J- I I II Lathes Fine Shoes II o No Cut of Vamps in e TO e 10 Courtneys Shoesc FOR SALE BY C A P Crawford Co e i Hero We Are The Celebrated HANANThe Best on ttEIPRICE 5 For Sale By DAY BRO Oae- k5oq leQtuafor k1I I L 1 FOR SALE I Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Polcin Ducks Cornish IndiilnGI1me and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs idol Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated purebred fowls oul3 PRKES ARE Ii T M M Hagins GUARDyour flour only The most health ful cereal preparation is flour and the most Hour is f1ANSFII3LDSBEST A N D- Mountain Lily Milled hywlltor power from tho very bust selected wheat on meehnuiciillyperfeet We say MANSFIELDS is time finest Hour made hut we dont expect you to take our youIlOwoorWo know it will bo enough to make you n firm feat friend of M AATSF1ELT FLOUR guy tram yonr Sroseryman I Iu C MANSFIELD SUN ROSSLYN KYI Fatal Ciirlonlty Mrs Grimes You lost 30 becnuso of your curiosity Ilcnlly I dont see how you could do that Mr Grimes Ncvcrtliolesa It Is true I naked the man who sat on the other side of the labia what cnrda ho had In Ids hand Uoston Transcript ll1r1llf u 1 Z PRICES FOR LOWERQualify toEiUcrcd ttau my other Needles Oil Repairs POS AU Mti33 AT SINGER STORE 10 Needles for all makes of machines Gc per package Southeast corner Main mid Broadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJferderor6Q I oute JTrev yiaclininq Chair Cara on alt retina betw- eenLOUISVILLE t Kentucky Points and ST LOUIS j Colonist and Jfomo eoAars ttaios to the Moat and Southwest If you contemplate a trip or a chan A of lucntliiii In the near future GET THE HENDERSON KOUrE l1AIIITr w Ills the ciinifort line and a comfort j tbpblt I At least Rive us the opportunity of nnniint you rates We have the equip moot the truln service the tree chair cart and the rates WHAT MORE IO YOU WANT s Ii J IRWIX GKO L GAtiRrrr alI Passenger Azt Tray PamnftrAst HENDERSON ROUTE l I Louisville Ky J Correspondence il TKOUULESOME I111cckCampbell Stacy at thoir saw mill Mr Fugate Is an experienced hand Miss Margaret Smith is the guest of Sam nnd Minnie Hollldny MN Mar goret hat been under treatment for her eyes for quite nuhilc but is greatly Improved Hiram Fugate of Salyenvllle Is at 1 this place to ask the hand of Miss Eliza Jane Stacy lIe Is a son of San Fu gate who tins recently moved to that place and Mis Eliza is the daughter of George Stacy of this place i It is reported that Lewis Collins of Lost Creek was badly wounded by Man ford Stacy who cut him with n knife The wound will probably prove fatal Stacy is a ton of James Stacy of Hazard best known as Foggy Jim We havo not learned the cause of the trouble AT1IOL 1 i Jeff Chambers Is very tick Misses Myrtle and Josie Bryant ors attending school at the mouh of Mill Branch Saturdayfortills winterI 4 Clay Crawford lies been buying some calves the last few days They ate good ones and ho Is paying a fair price Willing Strong bias been visiting his people ever since Xmas lie goes to enjoys I oversawWe hind some very cold nights since Xmas Your correspondent trod the Ice Monday morning at the mouth waytoJoseph Cale of Lynems creek And theIlIIlyElijah Strongs on Lynems creek We extend to theni our best wishes weoHknownJc xen In this vicinity died at his stylnstlie leaves a wire daughter and three sons besides nhost of friends to mourn his loss J W Bessthe murderer of Mrs k Martha Martin will pay the death penalty on the scaffold at Lexington today FridayI t Brutally Tortured 4 A case cume to light that for persist ent and unmerciful torture has per 1 haps never been rqualed Joe Golo I blck of Culustv Calif writeshFor 15 f 0 year I endured insufferable pain tram Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I 1 dumb across Electrio Bitters and Its I the greatest medicine on earth fur that trouble A few bottles of it cum Of pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver nnd Kidney troubles and general debility Only 50c Sat aw4i isfacttonlguaranteed by The Jackson 1Drug Cod t A Clilne e Colniubu + The belief In a Chinese Columbus was first allowed by scholars only In tho first half of the last century The claim Is that a Buddhist priest In tho fifth century crossed the Pacific to this ascontinent and returned making a writ ten report of his discovery Tho reportI still exists It was translated Into Trench In 1701 by M do Gulgnes It gave a narrative of a voyage eastward by n priest for 20000 II where ho found t a country which he named Fusnng People similar to the Indians were de scribed as well as American plants The only doubt about the matter Is as to the distance meant by 20000 11 The t I priest may have reached only some Is land In the Pacific ocea- nSpoody I I Rollef A salve that heals without n scar Is i DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem drawspout 10 cures heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Plies and skin dlteutes DeWltts Is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salvo lloware of coiinlerlells they Bro dangerous Sold by M BI Crnin Feathered Bnrometrrii There are lots of birds which proph CRy rain and storm in their actions f Crows gulls wild duck snipe plovers woodpeckers cormorants wild nnd fume swans and most of the wading birds show great restlessness when stormy weather Is approaching They fly swiftly and often aimlessly up nnd down fluttering from tree to tree nnd place to place nnd usually scream loud ly and harshly Natutt Violated the RaInId Anslstnnt Heres an account fromI your tailor among this mornings letters Ho writes on tho back that bo wants a settlement nt once Edltor Return It with a printed slip stating that communications written on both sides pf the paper are unavailable Coughs and Colds All coughs coMand pulmonary complaints that are curable are qulcklI cured by One Mlnilto Cough OurIJt Clears the phlegm draws out the In therparts strengthens lun1ac wards off pneumonia Harmless and i pleasant to take Sold by M 8 Grain a YESee S D Fleenor for bargains In rI rlocki A fine 8 day mantle clock for 1160 Others sell the same cloak for 250 mlStf n jf i its ti jo i A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 Tire Kentucky Partner and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America arid has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of 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 tirady advice for farmers and stock raisers of every sort 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 By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND 4 j LCTHE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS V BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 3200 THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It IS the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and the center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptordate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may bo had on application at this office Mediaeval Monarch Almost every mediaeval monarch claimed the whole or a part of the dominions of almost every other end Insisted on inserting his claim In his list of official titles In treatises and all official documents the whole list was religiously copied and as It often happened that the two negotiating monnrchs had some of tho same titles It became usual to Insert a clause In the list non praejudlcando in order to Indicate that no matter how absurd Inappropriate or untrue were the tltleu they were understood to be Inserted be cause they pleased the monarch who claimed them that they did not confer a valid claim and so no harm was likely to result from their use An IntrenloHB Scheme A story Is told of n Chicago girl whose verses were always declined with thinks who hit upon the fol lowing unique plan for having them published She would send a line of verse from ono of her poems to the query column of some newspaper and ask from what poem such a line came the name of the poem and of the au thoroA friend also a rhymester would send tho querists own poem to the paper with the desired Informa tlon and of course it would appear In print The querist would do the same for the friend and so on until between them they had all their poems prInt- ed No More Stomach Troubles All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodul Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by dl testing what you eat without the stomachs aid The food builds up the body the ret restores the stomach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Jure J D Erskine of Allenville Mich says I suffered Heartburn nod Stomach trouble for some time My sisterinlaw has had the same 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 heurtlly and b- In gond health Iam glad to say Kodol gave me Instant relief Sold by M S Crnin An Inherited Quality Mike the cop Kalth an1 phwat nn ould fashioned kid thot Isl Koty the nurso Shure It is An no wondbcr she is for some nv her nnclstora nearly 100 years ago Judge Sign Gayboy I guess my wife expects callers today What makes you think s01 Sho begun the day by making the house unfit for any one to live la Life Night Vats Her Terror I would cough nearly all night writes Mrs Charles Applegste Alexandria Indend could hardly get any sleep I had consutnptlonso bad teat If I walked n block I would frightfully and spit blood bur when all other medicines failed three 1 00 bottles of Dr Kings New Discov wholly cured me and I gained 68 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe LungTroublesbottles free at the Jackson Drug Co ANIMALS WANDERINGS anti the Most Mlarntorr Lemming lace With Dentil The fable of the country mouse nndi the town mouse has a foundation In fact Mice occasionally migrate In I largo numbers when food grows scarce and travel considerable distances to fresh houses Farmers lu a part of Perthshire had a good reason to become aware of this fact when n couple of years ago vast swarms of mice in vaded their cornfields ut harvest time But the mouse only travels when It has to The rat on the contrary seems to take a yearly outing in very much the same fashion as do human beings Hats are tho most migratory creatures In the world Whole troops of ruts leave tho towns at the end of summer and spend a month or two in the coun try apparently In order to enjoy the gauge of food which the county af fords at that time of the year in the way of fresh fruit and grain Before the cold weather sets In they are all back in their old quarters Reindeer migrate with the same regu laxity us swallows They move south when winter sets in but as soon as ever the snow begins to melt they travel steadily north sometimes for us much as a thousand miles To end a holiday by deliberate sui cide is so strange a phenomenon that for a long time naturalists looked upon the stories of the migration of the lem mings as an Improbable fiction Yet the facts arc beyond dispute At Ir regular Intervals these ratlike crea tures start out from their homes In the fastnesses of northern Scandinavia in hugo droves numbering tens of thou sands and travel steadily southward Death pursues them in a hundred forms Hawks and other birds of prey hover above them Foxes wolves and man decimate them Thousands ore drowned In rivers Yet the rest strug gle dn until they reach the sea They do not stop They plunge in swim out and struggle on until at loot their strength fails and they drown Not one ever returns from this journey of death London Answers No Pity Shown Fur years fate vss after me contin uously writes F A Gullidije Ver bena Ala I hnda terribly case of flint causing 21 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and palnes Onlr15o at The Jackson Drug Co desiredTheimportantnewseating departments fur men women find children Is sent to subscriber for II a year 75 cents for 0 months 50 cents for 3 months Subscribe today 899CocaCola A nice small Farm In Lee county for sale The Larkin Stamper place on the head of Bear dwelling god storehouse cribs and born never railing water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For partlcu tare apply to SAM JLTT- Winchester Ky TIES WANTED H COO Ties on river above this placo For particulars call on or address mo ntjucksonKy2ti M S CHAIN 1 An Introduction to Napoleon In December 1S12 when Napoleon after his disastrous Russian expedition made his secret and hurried journey from Smorgoul to Paris tho following Incident occurred At Gragoui the snow lay too thick for the emperors carriage to proceed nnd Count Wonsowlez was informed by the postmaster that a Polo M Wlbeskl living near lad lately ordered a most convenient tray cling carriage mounted on runners for his newly married daughter At first thl Polo refused the most butIemperors only yielded but asked as its price that ho might be presented to the em peror Napoleon compiled but unwill ing to accept the carriage as a gift he gave orders that 1000 ducats 2000 should bo handed to the owner nine Beard Blue Beard was K real man and the so coiled fairy story Is true In all Its essential details Blue Bonn was Baron GIllcs de Rah an enormously rich Breton nobleman who fought with distinction under the banner of Jeanne dArc nnd was marshal of France at the ago of twentyfive After the war he plunged Into the wildest dissipation Ills great fortune was largely increas ed by the dower of his first wife Cath erine de Tbouars Ills favorite diver sion was murdering babies and dabbling in their blood The church caus ed his arrest and trial lie was con demned and was hanged at Nantes but was converted in prison and his last words were to implore the forgiveness of those whose families ho bad decl 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 Capi talists Write to 0 E durrn Lexington Ky Slam The worth thing that can happen to a man in Slam Is to get into debt from which there is never any escape owing to the exorbitant Interest charged Once in debt there Is no appeal the debtor being stripped of his clothes and compelled to work In fetters generally for the rest of his life to pay the Inter ost Drunkards are not permitted to give evidence In the law courts of Slam The Buddhist priests clad in yellow robes are to bo seen every where in Bangkok and It Is quite com mon for young men to enter the priest hood which affords them an easy and luxurious existence owing to the lib erality of the populace toward any ono sanctioned to the service of Buddha fit 27 CO Hot bPIUNGS R D 3070 Dcndwoodjind Load villa HylOnrrespondlngLY points The Black Hills region thin great natural sanitarum of tho West IP 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 Black hills Booklet with valuable map stampsbyFOR BA LE1tvusplendid milch cows Win B llngtni tii 4- N RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effective Oct 10th 1001 West hound No I No j Dilly Dktly- Gi Sunday Ux Sunday AM Lv Jackson fl215- O A K Junction 029 Benttyvlile Jun 720 Torrent 747 Natural Bridge 801 Stanton 828 Clay Oily 887 Winchester 923 Ar Lexington 1010 East Bound No4dally asSuady DL Saday PM Lv Lexington 225- Vinnho8ter 810 Clay Oity 860 Stanton 400 Natural Bridge 435 Torrent 449 Beattyvllle Jun 611 0 K Juno ell Ar Jackson 616 r tr 225 280 826 847 401 UOU9 520 605 AM 74382t5 918 928 9M 1008 1029 1129 1180 Nos Sand 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 T E Juno lion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points Trains NeB 1 2 connect at Beatty vllle Junction with L A for Beau villa J It BASS Gen Mgr CIIAS SCOTT 0 P A O K H Y Effective May 22nil 1001 Eaat Bound Wut Bound STATIONS AN AR PUt AS AM LT fM Lv 930 235 Jackson 1120 800 025 230 OAK June1126 8 SII 843 158 Wllhurst 1152 417 830 152 Hampton 1158 480 750 128 Lee Oily 122 610 741 122 llelechatv 121S IIIF 715 105 Oannel City 1245 645 AM LV PH LV PM AX PH AS 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 620 and Lex- Ington at 005 pm L GOXLXY Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18lh lOOt No 5 No 6 Arrive Luu PM A M I Stations 6 15 L E Jackson 6 25 60S JJenttjvIlle Jet 730 4 50 Hcattyvlllo 7 45 430 Heldelburg 802 312 Irvine 020 2 15 Richmond 10 20 INot No 3 No 4 No 2 PM PM ASI I AM lOOP M Irvine 2 35 1165 8 10 Richmond 8 45 0 00 1124 7 40 Valley View 4 15 0 14 1100 7 10 Nlcholaivllle 4 43 0 65 1015 Del Versailles 535 755 7 40 3 60 Louisville 815 1040 Lv Lv Ar Ar II R Smtih 0 F A P A Versailles Ky BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company Cars leave Lexington for Paris ovry hour from On m to 7 pm and at 9 p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single are 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown ev cry hour from 7 n m to 1 p m except 11 a m 1 p m8 p m nod 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from G a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 m and 7 and 9 p m y ALEXANDER President FARM FOR SALE ICO acres 2 miles south of Indian Fields known as a part of the Indian Old Fields A house wlth 7 rooms cistern at the door with all the other necessary out buildings one stock barn one tobacco barn sufficient to hold 4 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient The term Is well watered and fenced There is a nice young orchard of something over 100 apple trees In beating selected fruit call on or address me at Indian Fields Ky O W ALUY I I have several hundred deeds re corded during my term of nfllca an County Clerk These ore valuable to the owners of the land and I would be Kind for them to call pay the fees and take them out J Wise Hagins rp m BR0PNW- s AxE cYoN f wrLook p 2ou Purc4ase Say did yon know wo Lad tho NICEST 1f4E Of OOD5 lj TOW I You can spend Mono anywhere but when itCOUIOlJ down to now uptodato right priced ilt edged uluti please tll customer and pleasure to soil kindof merchandise wo have it I SHOESAll mado to fit well and as cheap as others soil yold for dealer in the if i + any thegoods at same price Ask any lady iniyour Dress Goods and NotionsiTho verdict 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