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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 20, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905012001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 20, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr rV k i Aj w e w TIT t I jtw 4 BREATIIITTCOUNTY NEWSN L I JlVi8K UAOINB Editor and Publisher A NuwflPAiKK DEVOTED 10 tilE INTERESTS OK EASTERN ICENrUOKY ONK DOLLAR PER YBAU IN ADVAWOB jf I = =4 1- U aVoltinie IV Jackson Kentucky Friday January 20 1905 Number 14 Wo will accept lid fJrtisollionts on a guaranty that our paper tIlLS snore than iwico the circulation in Breathitt Countyof any paper published Our paper goes to OVa Countytgotiln Owaloy Wolfe and Knott Counties If you want to reach the moan S tain tnulo try an ad in the 1iILIATIL ITT COUHTV NKWS couetKingsNew I IFOR cONSUMPTION w Price GOctSIOO Fret Trill urea and Quickest Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK L W11 Dean Contractor for Brick anti Stone Work Lime anti Cement for sale Give him a call vhun needing nnythin in his lino JACKSON KY tlore You Purchail Any Other Write THE KIW ONE 8EWIRQ MACHINE I9MPANT- ORAKOC MACI NUll 5wnf Machln art tnads to lell regard httolqiulXTbutth Xew Home It made to WMr Our Eiunntf never tune out WI mVt S winj Macidnee to lult all conditions etlhttrsd The Yr w llomr ituidlttlh bead or all MlsjlisrHilr funTIf twine machines Mold l jrnulliorl tlilculcr only row CALC y James M Richardson Co Genoml Agents Kltetrte Ilde OLUVIJLAXl 0 n WantedrOUA Tliouiand Men and Wuinen to past the Clrll Service Kxaminatton fur the following United Htatea Govtrn nunt paillloni NAMEOFPOSITIC- N1epaztnicnt UnUlch Ago Until UO and over Clerk Male or Female Slenographar Mall or Female 8leniiKraiherand Typewriter M nlo- in Female Hookkfopor Male or Femalo Railway Mall Olerk AGO 18 to 30 Tagger SO and over Ctmtoiii IIoiiMu Itrnnch Ago TJinltJo andover fly Inspector- Clerk Mhto or Feinnlo AnUtant WolKher Mttiienger Sampler lutoriinl Ituvitnnu llrnutli CS Ago I lnilt lil said over Olerk C1auier Storekeeper Pout Olllou JUixneli Clerk Male or emalo 18 to ID Clerk OarrUr For Information at to rcqulremtiili AddrouO Box C Lexington Ky It habit tin uiig STEVENS I briDllDIdlucl Sri embodied la our funoui Cue ol Blf US qI SHOTGUNS How eta STEVENS you htlp tilling Ibe su ihootUx a you dMk nj l M cut l oJuct K ua4 d ula be 1 Ik icItl Irn WI 111k propel4 Ulp dl KM4 naU VaMti fuf v itorcrilllutlrfttrO SrUVUNStuokidthrH teotlrft outiJiatlll 1 CbS4ICStgltby datlluiil hlou oa obouI I ITCAM lill UONluthaIdU1 Doubtful Reward Residents of Ladlow Kentucky are deriving much amusement from an offer ofa reward posted on tho bulletin board of the postI ollico The notico was posted by permission of tile postmaster by an honest Dutch farmer named llama Bogwlio lives a few tnilea out of town Hero it isccRolllI ft vayOno Ifyl Vito Calf mit its to behind 1cgvas plnck he vita a Sho Calf Alloy potty dot prings Dot Calf homo pave mo life Tol larllane Bog tree mile Behind do pridgo Pleasant Hun Creek Aged Knott County Woman Dies Aunt Margaret Combs nged 80 died at tho residence of her son inawSquiro Wlnttaker on Rock house creoK in Knott county last week death resulting from old ago and injury in a fall suffered sonic time ago She was married three tunes and survived nil her husbands She was tho mother of fourteen children and had probably moro than 200 living descendants at tho time of her death Sho waa the mother of state senator John Combs and G P Combs excounty superintendent of Perry county Missionary Well Known Here The following ie a copy of a part of a letter which appeared in the Lexington Herald written to Mayor Thomas A Combs of Lox ington by Rev S It linger who was raised in this town but is now n missionary to Japan lie has many icliilivea and friends in this county who will bo glad to hoar of his success It will be seen that it was written nearlya month ngo so that the length of time it takes to reach the United States from Japan may readIly1w seep The letter follows uNo 5 Kita 10 Oho Yo Chomc Kobe Japan December 10 1004 returned to Japan in Septum her 1003 1 canto on to myold place in the cityof Hiroshima In June 1004 Mr B 0 Waters tho presiding older of tho Hiro shima district returned on a fur lough to America and Bishop Galloway appointed mo to succeed him Our annual conference met in this city from August 25 to 80 last nnd Bishop Galloway thou appointed mo presiding older of tho Kobo district and professor in tho Theological Department in the Kwansei Gaknin which is our col Iegoforb9ys uVo have three districts with a total membership of 1212 Christians nndof this numlor 575 are in lilY district Tho tluee largo cities are Kyoto with a popu lation of 815000 Osaka with 1200000 and Kobe with 240 000 Those are occupied byus und wo have flourishing congrega tions in each Osaka is tho com morcial center of the empire and tho second largest city Wo will soon purchase n lot for tho erection of a now church in the western portion of tho city I am also trying to buy a lot on which to builda church in Hiroshima That city has a population of IBO 000 and it is tho headquarters of tho army From February to September this year I saw 100000 soldiers pass through this city to tho war Wo have one of the fin est schools in tho empire at lUre shima and a congregation of 150 people Very cordially yours S E HAQKK Send your name and address on a istlll card to the Now York Tribune Farmer New York City for a free sample copy After reading it forward SI to TIlE NEWS and wo will send both pa pors for a full year WANTEDAn uplodale traveling salesman tu call on country merchant for a Wholesale Notion house For further Information call on or address SIMON ADES 41O4I2Yl1aft Breet- Lexingtoni Ky GOBBESPOlxTDENGE nOZgy W II PuUry wag In town Saturday on builneii John Sewvll of Frozen Greek visited his Uler Eve at Jack uti lust week Miss Margaret Murphy returned to ichuul at Jackson Moniluy from a visit to her homo at Frozen Creek Mln Eva Sewel returned to ichoo it Jaukiun Aloiujay Sho lint been vlilllnir her mother Mr Nathan Pel try of Frozen Creek LOSI CHEEK 0 J Noble it very busy gathering Ice J D Noble has bn killing hogs this week Thorns T Cope nf Jackson was here on business Monday Jerry Noble of this place In visiting tliw Lug College this week v Lewis Fugata has lirlght fires In Strlngtown thus cold weather Ulchard Collie pyea are Improving very fast fur the tact few daya Hiram Watts has succeeded in dis ponesslng A D Noble in their law- suIt William Campbell has beet very busy the vast weeU painting life dwell big house Jsmei Noble and deputy sheriff S II Mclntoth of Clay Hole were here ou bushiest Monday of this week Turn Davidson Mart Henion W U Collie and Taylor Gambill sillof the Meriday Hotel were pleasant visitors at the home of HIram Watte the past weekHarrison While tirretl White VII FiiRatt Q OFugitv 4iuis and II S Walts and Mines Caulti Watts Cora and CallieNoblu ull t f title place are attending thus Log hull ege at Buck horn Perry county FIXCASTLK DfUyedJ Frank Kincaid told his farm to Stepr n FraUy Johnnie Cable left Monday for Berea to attend school Mud Klncatd visited Mrs T S ShackwUord Sunday Lula halley visited her cousins Ilusa and Cora Klncald Sunday Thomas Shackelford wvnt to Hontly vllle Saturday on builnes- Fiyette Smyth of Radical visited Juts aunt at this place tail week Mrs Mary Smith of Sinking was visiting in this neighborhood lat week Elijah Williams and and Laura Hays were married on tha 1th of December Mrs L Shsckelford ot Lee City visited her relative at this place dur ing tho holidays Mrs 1 S Shachelford gave to her frlendlalldrelallYela flue Xmat dinner All present enjoyed themselves very much Miss Ada Shackelford who is teach ing school at llopewell visited her homo last week to see a sister before she started to school Mist Mallssa Shackflfonl closed her school lucre Friday December 10th During tIme Until she took a small hay aged eUven jears through Kays 3rd part arithmetic and lie had nevur been through division before Who can beat thatTItOUBLESOM E Miss Mlnta Stacy daughter of LevI Stacy is very low with pneumonia Samuel Terry of Ilobblna is at this place again shaking hands with hfs many friends especially time girls A J Dubjoc of thus place Is making t success fox hunting lie has caught three the past week wllh the aid of Coly Hudson cud hla dog Miss lUchkl Owens of lwarft line returned from Nashville Tenn end hu resumed the teaching of her school at the mouth of Turns 15 ton oh near tills 1llIce Old UncleJiihn T Williams of this place the olduit and best citizen In this part is on the sluk list this week Uncle John I 73 years ot age and is the father of twelve children J G Munoy nOd E fIlfolllday were at this place on the lath Inat luoklng after thu Inloton uf tho Ken tuck Cok tk Coal Co They are pay Ing three dollars for the mineral and for land they are paying five dollar E Whltaker of this plate lute Juat recently learned to catch opposquois lie went to hisimokuhouie and to bEe surprise ho found two large opposiumt rubbIng hU hens neat They had got Into a barrel and could not get out and he wants the buys tu have the benefit of his experience INow is tliOjtirao to subscribe for newspapers and majn dner We can save you monoj on any you wish to take I the SPORTING WORLD Jiickry Illldebrnuilii Great Itecoril- Eugiiie Illldehrnud the California rider broke the world record rot win ning muuntM during last uenitou and will command hula own price fur 1005 The record prior to 100J wan 11W vie tories by C HillT suit WUM made lu 181MJ HlldibrnndB total for thin year Is 20S winning mountrf At the OakS lend track Inut winter lie rode flfty cvcii wlnncm Then be went to the Los AugeKif tracft and redo fortyfour winners When he traveled east he began riding at Aqueduct Now York Bud followed lu till tho eanteru tracks KCQEXB miaiEllRASD AMEHICJL8 LEADING JOCKE1T during tho reason When be wcut to the Pacific coast In November he led the list with liz whining mounts On thy California track this winter bo rudy two winners at Oakland and fin bhcd Uieyear by riding thirtytwo win uen at Lois Angeles thus bringing Ills total winning mouuU to 208 This imonhea all records ever attempted be fore by A Jockey In thoUultcd Stutcn Cornell Itnnheri Mar Go Abrtmd A popular movement Is being agitat ed among the students of Cornell unl ror tty to promote an International cross country meet between Oxford awl Cambridge anti an American team representing either the Intercollegiate Cross Country iute4ekmtlon or Cornell alone Tho former plan would be pref erable as the American team would then be representative ot all the eastern universities and not Just one college but In either Instance Inasmuch as four Cornell runners have been In the first five to finish at the Intercollegiate cross country meet In tho last two llrs thoU team selected would be essentially a Cornell team The English distance ruuueiti have the reputation of being thl best In tho world and a few year ago It would have been Impossible to select an American team that would not be out classed by them Tho rapid advance made lu American colleges especially Cornell during tho last five years In dlotanco and cros country running cnuscij ninny experts who hove follow ed closely tho meets of recent years to predict that tho American team not only could hold Us own but would probably win if such a meet were arranged now Ban Johnson Pear Ban Johnson is wrought UI because tho National league line voted to play a 104 game schedule which will neces shinto the American doing tho same tiling although tho latter had previous ly decided to cut to 140 games The American league president fears that there will not be time after the close of the Benson and before contracts expire on Oct 10 to play a post BCUSOU championship scries but he has tIme remedy In his own hands In conjunction with Messrs Pulllum Iud Herrmann Tho schedules of the two leagues which their respective presidents lire authorized to draw up can easily be made n trifle more compact than they were last season when for every club there were breaks of from one to say eral days without games Time regular season eau be made to close a few days before Oct 8 say on time 4th or 5th giving ten days or more for playing off the series for the worlds championship and any others that may ho mutually arranged Max Transfer Senator Negotiations are under way for tim transfer of the Washington franchise lu the American league to Baltimore A difference of 27000 now stands lu the way of tho consummation of the dealThe HaulonFruuk Interests which now own tho Baltimore club in the Eastern league have offered 49000 while President Dan Johusou demands 75000 for tho Washington franchise Delmont Store Tho second division of August Del rnonta racing stable the string that will represent the chairman of the Jockey club at Bennlngs Washington and the early meeting around the Now York tracker has been shipped to Gur net 8 0 for tho winter The string Included about at dozen head and was shipped from Babylon N Y In care of John Whulcn Hoajenaen Want Another Ilnce William Hogousen the Chicago sprinter Is anxious to get ou n match race with Lawson llobertsno tlQ na tlonal hundred yard champion Ilogen ecu claims that he lost tho title nt St Louis last Juno ou a rank decisIon by one of the finish judges 1 FOR THE CHILDREN Every DOT Need a Trade Few boys take to tasks that requlr thought and persistent effort Yet skilled work In the only employment li demand Ilodinirrlcrs nod common laborer glut the markets everywhere 1he tradesmen and urtimuis are time wu1 that get time easiest Jobs nnd the IIIOilt motley The others are always huutlii work Should they ncctdcntdly stumble upon a Job they cannot hold It A super tidal knowledge will not do It Ul1ltIbe thorough Boyd learn a trade while young Art er you are twenty years old few will be found who will take time uuil trouble to teach you one When yoi are that old you will want a mans pay If you dont know anything you dOIlt get It Know nothings work at odd jobs and arc paid the lowest scale Gem ilental Arithmetic A very pleasing way to arrive at an arithmetical sum without the use leither a slate or pencil Is totuk aver son to think of u llgure then to doubl It then to add ascertain figure to tto halve the whole sum and flnall to subtract from that time figure flh thought of You are then to tell tin thinker tho remainder The key to time lock of these figitrft la that half of whatever sum you re quest to be added during time workitlj of the sum is tile remainder lint you munt tell tho thinker to thlrtl of an even number or you will bat fractions to add Here Is an exambib Think of i J Double U I Add clffht to It U Halve ItI8 Subtract the first number thought of 2 Remainder half of sum added Prop the Handkerchief A ring Is formed by the players Joliv log hands while one child who Is to drop the handkerchief 1i left outside Uo walks round the touching rocb one with the handkerchief saying Ito following words I vrota n Utter to mloeHut on my way I dropped It A llttla MUd picked It up And put It In hla pocket It wasnt you It wasnt you It wasnt you but It waa you When ho says It was you he rnus drop the hnndkcrchluf behind one ot the players who picks It up and chase him round time ring outside and nude the Joined hands until he can toucl him with the handkerchief As naomi ai this happens the first player Joins be ring while It Is now the turn otosecond to drop tho handkerchief non the flail Sent the children In n large circle It email circle two feet In diameter U either drawn in time center or laid out With string Each child In turn trie to roll the ball Into tho center am saute ono keeps count of how many oro Buccciwful This emphasized necuriicj careful Judgment of distance procislot courtesy for others and kindness Th arms and eyes aro tralneil awl rhyliiu can be Introduced by rolling to music This game Hroll tho ball MU bo varied by having the children lAnd and throw the ball Into the ring or into a basket Geographical Pugale In the following ate to bo found Jbe name of n continent the name bt I country In that continent and time minim of the capital of that country Utha Mcrl Is n slim Austrian girl wi came to this country with her parent about six mouthx ago A few days ah cr her arrival she wits sent to 1I IJot and In three months was able to Hp nl English quite well and could read a newspaper using n dictionary ol course from time to time Now sfie can rend almost anything so Uthi Men can certainly bQ called a prodigy Conundrum How do you punctuttto a fire to iriaki It bum Put a colon coal on Why is a dictionary like a ballroom Because It Is full of syllables slly bellesWhy is the letter D like a sailor Because It follows the O sea What English word ot one syllable becomes shorter by adding a Byllubia Short Time Letter at School One day the letters went to school And tried to teach Neb other They got no mixed two really hard To pl k one from the other A wont In first and Z went last Thh rest were all between them K L and M and N O P I wish you could have seen them DC D E and J K L Soon jostled well their better Q R S Tl grIeve to say Were very naughty letters Of course ere long they came to words What else could be expectedt Till B made D J C andT Decidedly dejected f Now through It all the consonant Were rudest and uncouthest When all the pretty vowel etrls Were certainly the smoothest And nimble U kept far from Q With taco demure and moral Because she aatdewe are wo two So apt to start a quarrel Dut spiteful P said Toon for UI Which made her feet quite bitter And calling O U B to kelp pole lie reallY tried to hit her Cried ANow B and C come hers If both will aid a minute Good P will join In maklnK pescei J Or else the mischief In Itt And smlllnsr K tim ready sprite Bald yea and count me double This done sweet peace shone oer tht oena And gono wa nll thq troublel Meanwhile wh nUan4P molevxip The constiants looked about And kissed the voWelo for you ace They couldnt do wUhout them 1 5 1 THROWN AWAYi =By BARRY PAIN 1 have been having a sort of row with manuua again said my cousin Elsa VfheII I said you ought to be ashamed of yourself as usual And you wont be also us usual I happen to thlllksuld Elsa with rather more dignity than Ibo possesses that In this Luau mamma was quite unjuBtlilcU Of course you titLe her side anti of course you think you arc tu the rllht You always do Quito BO said I Well sob out your sud story What Is the entangle ment who Is tho man No on second thoughts dont toll me As I observed to you nt bridge last night I dont like your weak heart declarations So you think youre always lu tIme right do OUr said Elsa with bitter triumph You Wgln by being all In the wrong anyhow There Is uo muii iu the question In fact I have collie to think now that I shall never marry There I said I am entirely with youFrankly I dont know a man who Is worthy of me I would sooner put It that I dont know if man who deserves you though I know many men who are tar froui perfect Well If It was not n man what was tho subject of your trouble 4It was dress boxes What on earth do you mean I wonder If there is anything about which you know anything said EUa reflectively Dresa boxes are as the name Implies boxen which bold dress cs The box Iu wblcli your dress Is soul home Is a dross box JDo you think you cull understand that now Yes my child I said What I can not understand Is how you or any oth er sane person can madhge to have any kind of dispute with a mother or with anybody else about a rotten dress box Dress boxes are not rotten I hate that word I hate almost all the words you use That limits me I observed Dress boxes are very good boxes very strougly and neatly mantle of cord hoard aria frightfully useful You noT cr know when you may want one I didnt know that urgent necessity was hanging over me But Ill take your word for It Proceed You have often called me careless and extravagant and so has mamma You are always In the rigid arent you As It happens this proves wheth er you are or not I always keep my dress boxes and I always have done since I came to years of discretion Years of discretion Try to bo quiet and listen I lllled up the box room with dress boxes anti I lied a lot mote In the spare room wardrobe In fact I had them prettj well everywhere There were 242 ol thorn altogether They were all got boxes that might have been used agan Last week I w SaturdaytoMonday lag with Mrs Bauqucst the boy ruthei believes be Is lu lovo with tutu but 1 dont think he Is really While I was away mamma got An awful fit of ener gy and went about the house saying sho wouldnt have anything any longer Among other things elm said sho would not havo my Insane coliOcUoli of dress 1boxcs Those wero the very words which she used to my mold end I dont think It was right But what I really complain of Is that sue has had them all turned out every one of them I dont know where they are and maUl ma says site doesnt kpow eIther but she Is thankful to say therafO not In her house any more It means the work of years undone Suppose I wanted n dress box tomorrow- To start with you will not want a dress box tomorrow and you know It Secondly If you did you would tele phone to yqur dressmaker to scud you one and all would end happily Your mother was right HItS so easy to say that 1erhaps you will tell mo why If you can Certainly Dress boxes como In the category of things which to mean weak vacillating minds seem to bo too good to be thrown away I should like to work out the cubic space occupied by time lost 242 and calculate for you what rent per annum your mother was paying to accommodate the rubbish You must remember that dress boxes are not like tho 1000 port Really What a lot of things you do notice Ive uqvcr tasted n dress hoi myself Do not be silly Elsa I give you words of wisdom Time 1000 port lam proves with keeping and Increases In value It helps to pay Its rent Now tho dress box as you know If yoi would not palter with your conscience distinctly deteriorates In keeping It gets dustier and dustier The cornci which Is broken there Is always one gets broken worse By peoplo with clear practical sensible minds dress boxes are Invariably thrown away It Is a sign of mental Inferiority to keer that which Is worthless And leavl that box clone plcaso Elsa had Just opened a brass box on my writing table It was full of small pieces of triumg Why do you keep all these- I sometimes want string Youve got a whole ball of It In n special case there Dont you know It Is a sign of mental Inferiority to keep things that are worthless Those bits of string ought to be thrown away ns your advice will be And I say 1 tout mamma you would take me to lunch1 Sphere hard on Them HlcksrIsnlt it awful the way Dura Icy brags of his ancestors Wicks Yes it excites my sincere pity Illcks Plty Nonsense the chump Uocautdwtervoany pity WlckfHOb I ddntplty him but his ancestors Catholic Stall1dardI1l1d Times uL 1 WIle Ui rgthn ISEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE 1 j y buying reliable h thisIhigh grade jnr mochincr STRONGEST GUARANTEE National Scving Machine Co Tnrnp IlLiN- OISSomething New Valuable Tours TO FLORIDAVia 5outl ni EJailuay And Queen Crescent Route Go Quo VayllcturiiAnother Winter tourist tickets poml going via AsheVille through the Land of the Sky and bbauilful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chatta noncnnr vice yerSaarUuotv onullla LOW HATES The Florida Limited Drawinghitiumwith Dining Car service leaves Lexing ton every mm nine via QI1 e1 c Cres cent Route running through without change Jacksonville via Chattanooga and Southern Hallway Time Chicago and Florida Spect ginning January Ofli ciinsisltrig ot Drawing Room Sleepers jObsorvatlon Cars etc will heave Clnnliinati oer dveniiiR except SUndarlrunnlnl through solid la St via Chattanooga arid Koutliorn Railway with Dlnine Car service enrouto iliroiicli Ililliniin Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Adheville and Savanah From Louisville connection with all of tlie above trnliu la made at Lexing tort by trains of the Southern Itallway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes older rateft schedules or other information GJAMEVi 0 Piddrf18tA JtrSt1 W C IttNBABSOX G1QCltUute J Cincinnati 0 PROCURED AND DEFENDED lD0401 dnwliut orphotgorsprt webUK tnt Mfort frfo p tnt trad DM copyright eta IN ALL COUNTKICS JJulxtn Jlrtct with WatUngton leVis timt i Gild i t faint ljfWrit6U Watt heist wWASHINGTON DC Blamel No One ButYourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick AH we can do Is give advice Of course thatS easy J But our advice is really worth ft little more to you than most peoples for We offer to gIve you the first botUe of out medicine free If It tails to help you 4 UnleMlouron tho wrong i put it merchant prince lp the poor house Dr Mills Nervine however as years of experience have proved 11110 medi icine that cures the sick rhoa whom It cannot benefit les than one In ten thousandwe prefer to refund their money All We aslc of you Is to try Dr Mile Restorative N nlne fort your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervou exhaustion dizziness headache muscular twltchlngs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitu Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor Bon Bert when In his ITth year become nubjcct to attacks of enilepsy- so verlou that we wero compelled to take him out of sehook After several physicians had tailed to relieve him we gave Dr Miles Nervine a trlaL Ten month treatment wltn Nirvlna and Liver Pills restored our to prfthealth4li JOt CWnSONDeputy Co l IFRE Write tin and yi will 81111you a Free Trial Paakaz Dr Mites AntiPaIfl Piiis tile Sclol1UQo Itsmedy for PIn qI torn for out SpecialiSt tCiclkNawJ your case Alld What Is an1 how toirlRht AblloluteJy Attdrcu DR MtL1oJt MEDICAL CO JA1J01T01t1El 1 anlt 4 tuS4 V S n rN b 4 J p Ai1 ii lJraII1l11 91ws N J WISE MAdlNS Editors s Friday January 20 1005 PROFESSIONAL GAUDS 1 = I J WISE JTAQINS- ATTORNEYATLAW Office orer PoitOfflce tJACKION KlNICCKT jAllbusiness intrusted to him 1 prompt and careful at tention r nnnnnnnnnnnnnmmiimrrTMiHis L C ROARK 1 LAWYER = JAOK80N KENTUCKY 2 = Will practice In Breathltt and 3 ILWWIWYIW Msgoffln OounUelJ I PITTUNtrFLEENOR PATTON L LAWYERSI t JOHN D WHITE LAW1 Elir Offlce over Bank Manchester Clay C Kentucky Also Room 103 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will In State and U S Court Invjtescorrespondence touching New t Era Co lands In Owiley or O V L Co lands In Harlan or Goose Creek farm 1 KyUpon 1andreport valuesof titles or large tracts coal and oil lands located ri between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the head of Kingdom Dome Letch er Co Ky aa asacaE2s2s stLEETE BEURIS ui CIVIL ENGINEERS p 1ANDSURVEYORS n ju Prompt Attention given to K all classes of work and PSATISFACTION GUARANTEEDl fitOFFIOE l JAOKSON In IY1sa= S25i ill 4y ONLEY BROWN COPE 51 mJLocal Surveying a specialty Phone 39 Office in the Harria building OIJI JACKSON liD =ZIIISZJi tANNOUNCEMENTS t FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE u 4Weare authorized to announce GRANT HOLLIDAY t P ttascandidate for Representative from y 924 Legislative compose d of the counties of Breathltt id MagoHn subject to the action of the Republican party axI ASSESSORI 4fic as a caBdldate for Assessor of Breathltt 1county subject to the action of the He party t f Rev R L Baker is at Sneo- dbi1ls J Tenn his old homo holding w apro ractedmeetIng fife Judge W T Webb of CIa City but formerly of Jackso- passed a most creditable examina tiou before a board of lawyers in Judge Riddles court nt Campton Monday t i Doat it make you weary to r adthe rot of those pennylin- scribblers of the metropolitan ptoss who are repeatedly ridiculing tlt ort Pat U 80J18conntry newspaper says t j Edgar L Main s has sold hi Jersey cow to William Wood r But of course it is just the proper ac caper when they sayUMrs Thomas Lucas Reynolds has just returned T from the Lebanon Dog Ken nels Oh thats great Tha bull pup would bring about thirt 0 cents in the dog pound while Maines cow would soil for X50 in the dark Because Ralph Carter al was over to Riverside Park Sunday to see his boat girl they throw rltriRIaltoD was in Mulberry last 88 Saturday to see Miss Lilly Mul to r dooothey would slobber over a halt column And have three pic i turei of Lillie and Sam Henry on r t first page to l wi o i y11 C Y c S E IFF5 PrE J virtue of execution No 1707 Dalwhichthe Breathitt Circuit Court I or one of ray deputies will on MondayJanuary 23 1005 between the hours of 10 oclo a m and 2 oclock pm at the Cou House door in Jackson county of BreithlttKy expose to public sale to the highest tho following property or so much thereof as to be necessary to satisfy the amount the dabs interest and costs towlt A onefourth undivided Inter est In the following described property and being W R Days Interest In d land Beginning on a large bush on the bank of Little Frozen about 35 or 40 poles from its mouth thence up ti Trill with the Vancleave line N I SO 1190 feet to a spotted oak on top of ridge t etiveen Little Frozen and Boone Fork thence with ridge N 4030 W 465 feelIN8330 v 2117 to a blank oak n 63- feet to a stake n 43 w 149 feet top of a large knob n 3 e 105 feet stake n 68 w 445 feet to a stake 1the 45 w 413 feet to a stake n 8X a feet to a itahln 30 e 185 feet to a locust 530 teen to a n 18 e 122 feet to a stake n 28 e 202 feet to a stake n 61 30 w 264 feet to a dogwood In gap at head of ltalt branch of Frozen creek n 61 350 feet to a stake two chestnnt ea lings on a polio n 75 w 419 feet to large chestnut oak and corner to 7 LHuntn2230w 172 feet to a stek n 4 15w 302 feet to a stake n 8630 w 786 feet to a stake between Mud i- 0end Upper Branch N 68 w 352 feet a stake s 76 w 478 feet to a hickory s 430 w 305 feet to a stake I 3430 205 feet to a stake I 10 e 270 feet to a stake 211 a 445 feet to a small bla oak s 1630 e 405 fuel to a stake s 37 182 feet to a black gum on the end o point near the road iip Little Frozen 7 e 226 feet to a birch thence crosei Frozen Creek 8 2030 w 342 feet to a stake s 2 w 135 feet to a stake s 2430 w 182 feet to a stake s25 115 feet to Fltooak 22905 x J7l feet to a slake 4830 w 413 feet to a stake s 72 w lost to a pine on a knob 15 w feet to a stake 17 e5C8 feet to a ho nut oak Trues Corner same tour continued in alls 22a 240 feet to a stake a 27 I 132 feet to a white oak 89 o251 felt to a stake n 7630 e 2 feet to a sUke In low gap n 7630 e 2 feet to a small maple on point s 28 e 402 feet to a eta s 39 e 661 feet to smell hickory s 10 w 690 feet to a hie orr and corner to Wm Days tre head of Drift Branch and Little Froz Creek 8 40 e 355 feet to a stake n 400 feet to a eta n 31 45 e 215 feot to white oak between Troft Branch a Hooger Branch of Little Frozen 53O e 255 feet to a eta and black gu II 4U80 e 2a fbet to a sta s 88 e 4 feet to astan 6030 fI 165 fast to white oak on point n 7730 e 162 feet to a small hlcory n 67 e 178 feet to a ate a 8930 e au feet to a ItafI 77 231 feet to a small bleary s oro e B22 feet to N sta n 6230 e 126 feet to two small black oaks s 86 30 e 150 feet ta a chestnut 8 3530 e 120 feet to a eta 8 86 e 295 feet to a basket oak marked- J T D1893 thence down the hill 8090 e 810 feet to a sycamore tr where Little Frozen empties i90810alea w is out In the cliff on the opposite ei of Frozen creek thence up Little Frozen n 954b w lit feet to a rte t u b w 95 feet to a sta n 8630 w 238 feet to eta n 60 w 198 feet to the beginning containing lour hundred and eighty acresSacoxoBeginning at a eta at the mouth ol Frozen Creek thence n 36 742 feet to a drain and up drain s 43 214 feet to a sta In drain s 32 w 010 ft to end of point s 4930 w 150 feet to water birch on bank of river thence n 39 w 231 feet to the beginning con taming 81aerel- TmBnlleglnalng at a large water oak standing at the mouth f Frozen creek thence up said creek with the line of JT Day or W M Day etc home tract o 8130 e 390 feet to a eta n 3916 e 462 feet to a eta n 43 e 528 feet to a eta n 51 e 274 feet to a eta n 3845 809 feet to a ate n 6015 e 338 feet to a sta n 70 e 702 feet toaetan18 a 101 feet toe sta n 17 ir 447 feet to a ita and cross mark on a point of a rock below railroad thence up the hill crossing railroad n 89 w 135 feet to sta on point between Frozen creek Blachburn branch thence up center ot said point n 25 w 182 feet to a black oak n 85 w 264 feet to a sourwood n 17 w 256 feet to a post oak n 12 w 363 feet to a sta n 916 feet to two small blac walnuts n 2930 w 207 teat to a chestnut n 6130 w 238 feet to white oak n 3230 w 230 feet to a sta n 36 w 462 feet to a mayle s 66 w 182 feet to a gap between llIa burn branch tontoet ate n 84 w 266 feet lo a chestnut oak n 88 w 446 feet to a sta n 0330 w 119 feat to a blac oak on nob a 53 w 504 feet to a sta s 65 w 405 feet to a rata s 1590 w 148 feet to a eta a 3630 w 30 feet to a small chestnut s 8830 w 290 feet to auto s B7l46 feet to a ate I 7830 w 176 feet to a blao oak and corner to Nathan Pelfry thenae s 48 toOrasw 256 feet to a ate s 660 w 420 feet to a bioapp forks White Oak creek thence- down the hill n 70 30 w 841 feet to a eta in county road at forks of White Oak thence with roads 9J w 1 fl 9fpet toa8ta a 130 w 280 feet to etee34r- s SON w 252 feet to eta j s 21 w 722 feet to sta s 8030 w 173 feet to sta s Ow283 feet ta staele9lfeettosha11w2b0feto et 111 teat to ita H30 II 70 feet to roof berry at new school house a 8630 w 160 feet to an apple tree 11 e 222 feet to sta s 9 w 420 feet to sta a 180 fpet to slat I 1430 x 389 tart to etaja 80 w etai stnyI- tosatenbbe602feettoaetan83 t 45- M 418 feet to eta n 77 e 100 feet to the beginning containing eight hundred threetourth setaeFovaBeginning et a large beech on the left bare of the nort Qt the Ky river Just opp the mouth of Frozen creek thence running down the river 47 w 116 feet tost g 83 w 693 feet to Itaso8i45w8lita a itas69 w Ion a78w2feat4 11 w 231 feet to sta s 8030 w 82B feet its n 88 w 7 JO feet to a ita opposite month of White Oak n 81 w 130 feet to ctoJsmalldrain N It B 8080 0 H fat fAti ate e 1180 nlK feettoitailJUOe Jlf feaf oi f fo r eta 3 88 e 306 feet to a ita i 2680 e toaa e a 8 29 e 160 feet to a stake I7In20 e 00 feet to a chestnut s 12 a 238 feet to a lrieorp s 3730o 258 feet to a hlcory s 6230 e128 feet ton Mack oak i 8130 e 255 feet to a sta s 22 o 406 feet to a double chestnut oak n 67 e 270 feet to a eta B 40 e 165 feet to a eta s 25 o 243 teat to a dogwood r s 63 Baa feet to a black n 245 o 105 okfeet to a black oak s 2030 e 140 feet to eta i 21 e278 feet to riot 45 e 0 feet to a black oak n 61 e 235 feet to a eta 182 e 530 feet to a sourwood n 116 feet to a blao oak n 5530 e 190 offeet to sta s C645 e 245 feet to a Iris 1orq 1 1430e 413 fnet to a hlcory s 63 e 170 feet to a white oak 8 1030 w 290 feet to eta I 30 a 00 feet to a eta s 47 e 207 feet to sta 1 1130 o 165 feet t- ate a s 18 w 350 feet to eta s 27vv 561feet to eta s 2115 feet to ala s 18 w 350 feet to s 27 w 561 feet to Its s 21 15 e 33 feet to a bush corner to K U sameEfeet to eta B 80 e 140 feet to ktn a 07 e 160 feet to sta I 5515 e 108 feet to nln s 81 e 109 feet to a mulberry s SO e P3 feet to a maple B o feet to a eta n 1530 e 495 feet to eta n 530 e ntosta n 18 e 515 feet to eta n 21 30 e 778 feet to a eta n 30 e 383 feet to eta n 10 e 800 feet to stake n 030 e 108 ft to sta n 1330 w 314 feet to sta n 3716 w 198 feet to stake n 35 w 255 feet lotto n 60 w 90 feet to the beginning containing 515K sores thoWupVBand dogwood thenco up tho spur S 1830 E 225 feet to a stake S 57 E 120 ato8w400 toot to a stake S b4b W 400 toe804figs cornfield thenco S 44 r 30 W 445 feet to black oak on top of knob S 930 285rkstake black oak pointer la gap S 39 8930JS7Gien G upper en I of Chandler Farm thence S 3 W 427 48fact to a hickory S 1930 W 2 feet a hickory S 19 E 135 feet 58to a hickory between Cedar and low linon0 E 490 tent to a stake N 32 W 2CO 49aea 5 a 413Ina SSC Beginning at tho mouth of thee Lower Ford Drench thence up the North Fork of the Kentucky River lynnNS 30 W 645 feet to a pine S 71 W 26 a feet to the Lower Ford Branch S 10 E 660 feet to the beginning contain eeIng 10 acres 8 Beginning at a stake by Marg Fork in public road a comer to wjthdea stake N 69 E 224 feet to stake N 43 E 172 feet to chestnut oak N 2730- a E 250 feet to stake N 6730 E 64 feet to chestnut oak N 930 W 32 feet to hickory N 630 B lOG feet to hickory N 40 E 206 feet to chestnut oak E 177 feet to ash N 75 E 319- e feet to stake S 5930 E 180 feet toe white oak N 6130 E 683 feet to two hickories N 7530 E 370 feet to oak N 2730 E 335 feet to locust 1130 W 546 feet to ash N 3230 E 618 feet to chestnut oak N 30 E 83 feet to chestnut N6 W 65 feet t stake N 1130 W 413 feet to chestnut oak N 2530 W 335 feet to stake S 1145 E 507 feet to chestnut oak a corner to land of Charles Banks and running with soma N 30 W 140 feet to stoke N 32 W 413 feet to sugar- o tree N 40 WSG7 feet to chestnut oak I a corner to William Hampton leav Hamptonlino B s W 327 feet to stake N 88 W 400 feet to hickory N 61 W 521 feet to hick- a ory 8 62 W 1500 feet to hickory a corner to Jerry Bowen thence with same S 1230 W 165 feet to a locust S 20 W 216 feet to a locust S 20 E 375 trot to a stake S 2 E 620 feet to a maple 8 21 E 382 foot to a stake 8 34 W 186 feet to black oak S 4 W 277 feet to maple 8 208 feet to stake- a i B 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 feet to chestnut N 8230 W 700 tart to stake N 4430 W 165- a feet to black oak N 7930 W 530 feel to chestnut oak a corner to Jet Smith thence with a lino of same S 36 W 730 feet to a locust a comer to Nigger Branch and with same 8 24 E 412 feet to a chestnut oak S 830 W 420 feet to a stake 8 29 W 244 feet to a black oak 8 31 W 234 feet to hickory S 230 W 468 feet tow i dogwood 8 31 W 235 feet to stako 6 W 131 feet to chestnut oak S 3330 W 246 feet tQ a stake S 12 W 165 feet to black oak S 8946 E 670 feet to blank oak N 78 E 112 feet to chestnut oak 8 7745 B 3G5 teat to dogwood a corner to Brack Woung t Thence with samo 80 E 50 feet to stake N 70 E 382 foot to n sugar troo N 6830 E 500 feet to a staket819 IflO feet to stake N 47 feet tQtho beginning containing 64014 acresI9 Beginning at a largo rock on thee left side of Frozen Creek a corner to Wm Smiths thence running up said creek with lines oC said Smith N 1730 W 195 feet to a stake N 6930 E 412 feet to a small poplar N 7745 B 1098 feet to a buck a corner to El bert Johnson leaving Smiths land awl running up the bill with said t Johnson K6 w 69 feet to a stako N 22 E lOB feet to a stake N 10 W 137 feet to a stake N 36 W 232 feet to a buckeye N 15 W 147 foot to a large hickory N 2315 W 213 feet to a largo dogwood N 230 E 218 foot to a stake N 2345 W 112 feet to a N stake N 2030 W 128 tent to a large N chestnut yak N 15 E 450 feet to a black oak a mier to A J and W E N Stoops land leaving said Johnsons N land and running with Stoops N 145 E 178 feet to a black oak N 3130 W 810 test tQatako N 17 B 440 feet a to eusetnut oaks N JIIIOJiJ 120 feet N to a chestnut N 2845 B 595 feet to chestnut oakN 61 B 204 teat to a to N 2946 E 595 feet to chest oak N 61 B 204 feet to a small hickory N 1630 B 256 feet to stake 280 W 465 feet to locust N 2730 B W 185 feet to hickory N 1216 E 04 feej IQ aa X pa a r kN 23 M5 f t= E 216 feet to a chestnut oak a cor loadenq nq with the lino of said Young N 40 W 226 feet to a stake N 8115 W 100 feet to a bunch of chestnuts N 4815 W 300 feet to a stake N 1315 W 545 tort to a stake N 230 E 140 feet to dogwood a corner to Day Brothers land on Mark Fork thence leaving land of said Young and with land of Day Brothers N 7746 W 305 feet to chestnut oak S 78 W 115 feet to a black oak N 8945 W 670 feet to a black oak N 2715 W 288 feet to a chestnut oak N 1430 W 380 foot to a black oak N 12 E 165 feet to a stako N 3330 B 245 feet to a chestnut oak N 5 E 131 feet to a stake N31 E 235 feet to dogwood N 230 E 468 feet to hickory N 31 E 234 feet to black oak N 29 E 244 feet to stake N 830 E 430 feet to chest nut oak N 24 W 412 feet to two hick odes and a locust a corner to the land of Jeff Smith thenco with the lino of said Smith N 85 W 220 feet to chestnut S 5730 W 350 feet to sugar in lap S 5130 W CIO feet to locust N 80 W 214 feet to stako S 4115 W 175 feet to locust S 70 W 310 feet to hickory N 01 W 400 feet to locust 862 W 320 trot to hickory In a gap S CC W 200 feet to black oak N 83 W ISO feet to white oak S 78 W 135 feet to stake N 43 W 270 feet to chestnut oak N C030 W 3SO feet to a locust a corner to Dunns heirs thence leaving tho land of Jeff Smith and running with tho Dunns heirs S 6830 W 360 feet to a hickory N 8430 W 295 feet to a hickory N 76 W 285 feet to a chestnut oak a corner to Wm Hurst thence with same S 3730 W 874 feet to a dogwood S 36 W 237 feet to hickory S 53 W 650 feet to a chestnut oak S 10 W 295 feet to chestnut oak S 52 E 156 feet to a sarvlco S 65 W 360 feet to a black oak S 6330 E 440 feet to a hickory S 35 B 335 feet to a black walnut S 7 E 360 feet to a hickory S 56 W 325 feet to a whlto oak S 86 W 140 feet to a Make S 85 W 226 feet to a hickory S 45 W 210 feet to a hickory S 430 W 440 feet to chestnut oak S 50 W 280 feat to chestnut oak S 35 W 592 feet to chestnut oak a corner to Ai- n drove Vanclcavo thence with same S 26 E 21C feet to chestnut oak B 70 B 415 feet to a stake S 36 E 98 feet to a stake S 15 W 1304 toot to a chestnut oak S 7 E SCO feet to white oak S 7715 E 540 feet to a hickory S 28 E 455 feet to a chestnut oak S 1830 W 518 feet to a stake B 25 E 95 feet to a stake S 47 E 865 feet to a hickory a corner to Sowell heirs thenco with samo N 73 B 840 feet to a chestnut S 1730 E 795 foot to a black oak S 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 67 E 132 feet to n black oak N 4530 B 655 feet to a chestnut oak N 7930 E 81 foot to a black oak S 6130 E 280 feet to a black oak 8 14 E 930 foot to whlto oak S 83 E 82 feet to a stako N 74 E 475 feot to the begin nlng containing 12504 acres 10 Beginning at a stake at the forks of Morg Fork a corner to W E Stoops land thence up right fork with a line of samo N 5830 E 110 feet to a buck N 28 W 404 feet to black oakr N 4 W 130 tent to a stake N 7 A 283 feet to a chestnut N 2030 W 496 foot to a hickory N 3030 W 616 feet to a hickory N 7830 W 154 feet to a black oak N 11 W 209 feet to a black oak N 27 W 603 feet to a chestnut oak a corner to the Mom Fork Tract thenco running with same S 6730 W 547 feet to a stakes 2730 W 25Qfeet to a chestnut oak S 4330 W 172feet to a atako S 5930 W 224 feet to a stake S 55 W 225 toh5830 W 600 loot to a sugar tree S 70 W 382 feet to stake S SO W corner to Nlggeris 7Branch hence with same S 230 W 140 feet to stake S 1316 E 545 feet to stake 8 4815 E 300 feet to a bunch of chestnuts S 8115 E 1 feet to a stake S 40 E 226 feet to chestnut corner to Wen Stoops thenco with some 9 63 E 935 feet to CaleNGl5 iaaktonibladk oak N 21 E 485 too a a stake S 4930 E 430 feet to tho be ginning containing ICSi acres 11 Beginning at a stake at the mouth of a small branch on the left bank of the North Fork of the K lucky River a corner to the land the Lawson heirs thence running up a point with same S 78 W 74 feet to a stake S 35 W 290 feet lo a stake S 6530 W 132 feet to stake S W 223 feet to stake S 75 W 15 fa to stake S 80 W 70 feet to stako 16 E 350 feet to walnut S 1215 E 347 feet to stake S 945 E 3CC feet to stake S 13 W 221 feet to chestnut oak S 4930 E 310 feet to black oakS 3830 B 527 feet to bunch of small chestnuts S 45 E 168 feet to black oak S 52tlB E 08 feet to stake N 5430 E 198 feet to black oak N 5745 E 87 foot to Make N 7246 E 89 feet to stake S 5030 E 244 feet to stako8 74 E 208 foot to hickory N 61 E 187 feet to stako N 6130 183 foot to stake N 10130 E 460 feet to hickory n corner to tho Ira Taul bee tract thenco running down the drain with a line of same N 37303 258 feet to a chestnut N 8 foot to stake N 29 W 99 feet to an ubN 13 W 160 feet to astak373i 2845 W 167 feet to a V 250 feet to stake N 29 W 189 feet to bush N 3730 W 140 feet to stake N 38 W 1C5 feet to slake l 2630 W 172 tot to a stake N v 104 foot to stake M 1130 E it feet to stako N 330 W 64 feat to an X on a rock by river thenco down he river N 8215 W 428 feet to the beginning containing 82 acres 12 Beginning at tx largo rock o hinorr Branch treats thence up Frozen Qreek with soma N 1730 W 196 feotto a stake N 930 E 91 2be feet to a poplar N 7746 E 1098 to a bush a corner to Elbert Johnson thence running up creek with- same S81SOB 34Gfcet to a stake S 2130 B 174 Poet to a stake S 2 W 60S feet to stake 0 1946 E 538 feet Ipohencee of Cope 8 8j45 W 82 tQ a bush S 130 W 370 foot to a small ash S 1030 W C85 feet to a chestnut oak a corner to Sewell heirs thence IcIlY ing Cope and with lino of Sewell N 8215 W 380 feet to a chestnut oak a 30 W 30G feet to a chestnut oak 30 E 237 feet too sugar treat N 2245 E 223 feet to a large white oak 2330 W 173 fe t to a chestnut oaks79 W lOaifpet to OuHblN 8418 W 138 toot toa stake S 7130 W ICfi teal to a bush B 72110 Vf 126 loot to stake N 7fil5 W 144 tact to stake 946 H 297 feet to a stake N 17 f- iN 344 feet td stake N 11 W 432 feetcthe beginning containing 77 acres 13 Beginning at a stake Just below the road by Morg Fork a comer to rack Young thence running up with N 8130 W 138y fMfJffftTiUlwirB 21 W 485 fqej to a f 11ii J I black oak S 37 W 465 teat to a chest nut oak a corner tb John Gillum thonco with soma 3 4230 E 208 feet to a stake S 2 E 198 feet to a chest nut oak 8 2dlC E 370 feet to chest stRkolNE 945 feet to Make N 4930 E 43 feet to stake N 3330 W 415 feet to the beginning containing 1244 acres 14 Beginning on an elm on tho bank of Frozen Creek loot below thc mouth of Mill Branch thence down the road and with a lino of Wm Day etc SHE 290 foot to stake S 30 317ftClstake S 2715 W 268 feet to stake S 31 W 227 feet to poplar corner t Wm Day Jr thence up the hill wit said Days line N 7230 E 468 feet to a stake and chestnut pointer S 8930 E 600 feet to stake N 6830 hickoryNDayafieldfeet to stake N 615 W 370 feet to stake N 916 E 363 trot to two dog oak In gap N 230 W 165 tent to black oak N 1555 W 208 feet to stake N 3930 E 171 feet to basket oak N 8815 E 175 feet to stake N 44 E 215 feet to stake N CO E 198 feet to stake black oak pointer N 89 E 203 foot to stake N CO E 194 DaytractN 2530 E 149 feet to stake N 1145 E 189 feot to stake N 2730 W 90 feet to stake N 2230 E 472 feet to stake N 4430 E 382 feet to stake S 8045 E 405 feet to stake N 7430 E 408 feet to stake N 1 E 452 feet to stake N 18 W 172 root to stake hickoryN297 feet to stake N 6930 E 3CG tc to stake S 8730 E 220 feet to etak I N 76 E 347 feet to stake N 87 E 204 feet to stake N 6445 E 344 feet to hickory on knob between Mill Branch Fall Branch and Turkey Branch and corner to Sowell heirs thence 316 E 3SC feet to stake N 461Y 305 feet 0toN15 E 224 tool to stake N 45 W 165 feet to stake N 830 W 125 f to small black oak on knob betrr Turkey and Mill Branch and filar and corner to A S Vancleavo then N 7230 W 132 feet to a dogwood N 8830 W 314 feet to small black oak S 60 W 307 feet to hickory S 84 393 feet to small hickory earner to Archer Cope thence with Copes lino S C E 445 feet to black gum S 10 W 83 feet to stake S 9 R 148 feet to hickory down hill 8 3516 E 363 feet to a black walnut stump at Branch thence down Branch 8 6846 W 231 tact to stake 8 75 W 683 feet to poplar S 68 W 396 feet to stake S 55 W 175 feet to stake S 4530 W 107 feet to stake S 6730 W 157 feet to take S 49 W 117 feet to stake S 4045 W 200 feet to stake 8 230 E 429 feot to stako S 2745 W 120 feet to stake 8 5230 W 158 feet to stako S 3930 W 84 feet to stake S 15 W 204 feet to stake 8 CO W 194 feet to takoS 13 W 381 feet to stake S 34 W 323 feet to a stake 8 4230 W 212 feet to stake S 48 W 452 feet to stake 8 1730 W toR4ft W 340 feet to stake N G2 W 161 feet to stake S M30 W 128 feet to stake S 21 W 230 feet to tho begin ning containing 2CO acres Levied upon as tire property of WR Day TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with ap stored security required bearing In rtrannn019the forje and effect of a replevin bond 3d day of December 1001 The amount to be made by this sal 1398258ED OALLAHAN 8 B 0- IIj N J Moons D CourtsTheroworo several hundred heat ofcUtlo on tho market at Mt Sterling Monday and tho prices wore fully sustained not slight advanced A good ninnynail wore offered hut prices were 0 Some 10 hand mules sold at 300 250ofworn better and a good manysold Plug horses at S 50 100gTho best 000lh steers soldnt 4c but most of tho sales at U to Sie yearling steers at 8J to 4c with sales higher for some sold by tho head Ileifors in demand at 8 to SAc cows 2J to 8canzctto- E Eighteen Ohio bankers are un der indictment Hut just think o tho number of Ohio bankers who have tree soulsl Tonic to tho System For liver troubles and constipation there Is nothing better than DeWltts IUtlGaction upon Iho sy item Is mild pleasant arid harmless Rob Moore of LaFayette Iud says No EarlyLhave used gripe and snake me sick in the stomach and never cured mo De Witts Little Early Risers proved to the longsought relief They ers simply perfect Porsoua traveling find Little Early Risers the most reo liable remedy to carry vith them Sold by M 8 Grain Turn the Sod In the Orchard- N F Murray Iho apple grower of I Missouri says that he visited a friends orchard several years ago and found forty acres of magnificent trees bearing fine crop of apples The toll was all in sod and he advised the owner to break tho sod and cultivate the ground like a garden The owner could not sea why ho should do this when he lied Just sold Iris crop of apples In the sod for 5000 Mr Murray nally convinced his friend that his ory- hard could not continue to produce such crops if left In the sod and the re sult was that the grqund was broken thoroughly cultivated and the next the crop on the orchard cold for IODQ- rk 1 r 17 DAY mivra t 1II00MPANYrq i Wholesale and Retail 1 ofh I GENERAL t MERCHANDISE 1 l Ever brought to Jackson Consisting r r of 1 F tJ V9E Q Ug r I J 1 I ii NtioSt rt l r I 4 tqreYr Mgtstl n oir S Q 8 44It Wo have the finest i1lnle t h Jj orn Kentucky Our a mens shoes are of the latest stIeaFor the Ladies we have the most Lotiof Shoes money could buy i Goodsff r 4 This Department is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs whoican showY- ouLatestThe Style Hats direct from New York City Also IJ FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS rIn all Freshfrom 10- 11 If you need any House Furnishings or- s FURNITURE AY We are the people you are lookif carIloads to suit4 0 every body f T it Come and see us our 0o lilt UNHtUtHfC lltl1lHfllllllllHtUinuiUinil HnilllllIIUHimillllHflHIIIHHinfM i Prices Are AH Right I 1111tlili1111HItIItiliIIIIIUflilfVi jflfillllj illinllllll4iili111HIINHIIItfllpNtMIN DAY BROS f sA COMPANY 1 u fi14t p Jackson K Jjtc Y tI II Jit o ii It Wt f J r i yr rte r V r- r t Ji The Breathitt News i Published Every lMd iy Local and Personal I ij A L Ilagins of Boxer Das I hero Tuesday 6 1SM Noblo of Noble was here on business Tuesday jKc Bash is attending court I at Campton this week t Stop with Hart Bros nt teed I hotel when in Lexington lames S Hack of Stevenson Itwushero on business Tuesday John Wyatt of Klkutnwn was a visitor in our town Tuesday r L C Calhoun and wife of Kousscau were visitors hero Tues day t Wile C Strong Qf Ned is vis fiting his daughter Mrs John Watts iJolm Watts is selling out his rubber boots and shoes at cost M S Crain has built a wnre t i house back of his store near the i bridge U M McQuinn postmaster nt i j McQuinn was hero on business Tuesday Take advantage of one of our newspaper combinations while 1ihcj last t John Watts trot out about 2000 logs from Masons creek on the recent tide M W MIHM MVI1 MBWIM I J 1 Lyon of Boattyvillo was hero this week in tho interest of his insurance agency WIUIIin view of making a purchase- S P Carpenter of Lambric was hero tho first of the weekafter good for his store at that pac il1llhert Hudson made a bust ness his old homo near No 1 Mon3Y N B Combs is putting up a new saw and planing mill on the g old site formerly occupied by Lit tie Lynch John Watts deals in nil kinds of feedstuff such as hay corn ship mull etc which ho will deliver anywhere in town Circuit court began at Campion last Monday which was tho beginning of the second year of Judge Uiddclls term J It Blakos now store building on College avenue is nearing com pletion under tho management of James G Bolin the contractor Tho people of Powell county oh last Saturday voted whisky out of all the precincts except Hard wicks creek by a majority of ICO Question What is tho differ Coco between a blind tiger man on Frozen and ono in Jackson 1 An swer One gets arrested and finM while the other dont Tho SwannDay Lumber Com Company caught about 4000 logs in their boom on the recent small tide which will furnish work for their mill force hero for several weeksC Little of Winchester was hero Wednesday on his way to tho Upper counties in tho interest of the Continental Realty Company of which ho is one of the Ilirgest stockholders MWIHI David Herald and family and his son John Herald and fatally and soninlaw John L Ftigato s and family moved to Jackson Monday from Middle Fork The families comi oso thirteen persons Isaac Johnson Jr and Tep Johnson sons of Sag Johnson w were arrested and brought here Thursday by Constable Jelt Ever4 T sole assisted by Michael CJabbard They are charged with stealing r corn from Shelby Jett on War r CreekEdwardTaulbeo and wife left last Monday for Em Toxas where they will make their future home They were accompanied as far as l Davenport Oklahoma by Dr J A Taulbee who will return after 1 making a short visit to his laugh tors who live in Oklahoma Mr Taulbee has been engaged hero for r the past two years in tho morcan 1tile and insurance business with x r HUQCf 8 w I1 1 i 1 Change in 1ollco Force J L Stidlmm hits been appointed on tho police force sorvhugyear resigned his position last week Dormitory Dedicated The dedication exercises of the girls dormitory nt tho Hazel Green IlunsdnyPlusall tho money for the erection and furnishing of tho building was raised in Kentucky by tho women of the Christian church No Dull Allowed lush Elijah Bush was held over with SteplucitDailin last weeks NKWS Bush was captured on Leatherwood creek about fourteen miles from here on Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Hiram Centers and lodged in jail that night Duffs father who lives in Perry county came und took tho remains of his son homo Depot Burned at Torrent Fire which originated from n defective Hue destroyer tho L E passenger and freight depot at Torrent Tuesday night together with its entire contents including a large amount of freight entail ing a loss at between 5000 and 0000 The depot was ono of the largest on the road costing when built about 3000 The freight deparlmcntcontttined large quantity of merchandise which is a total loss Heal Estate Ideals Lewis Wadkins of Lambric has purchased farm about a mile above Jackson and will move to it soonlames H111lck has purchased of Miles hack his interest in what is known as the Hound Bottom on Quicksand crt ekror Goo ash Miles Back bought of F W Fletcher the Fuirviow farm opposite the mouth of Quicksandcreek for 0000 cash This is one of the lest farms in the county The Briton Case In Progress The trial of William Britton charged with the murder of Tames Cockrill hero in 1102 was begun at Lexington on last Tuesday Tho prosecution is represented by A P Byrd and B It Jouelt of Winchester John It Allen and Charles Bronston of Lexington and tho defense by O II Pollard of this place and Attorneys Mulligan and Miller of Lexington Mr Byrd made the opening statement for tho prosecution and 0 tl Pollard for the defense There arc about eighty witnesses in tho cascnnd the trial willnot be concluded until some timo next week JUg Fire nt Clay City Another disastrous lire broke out at Clay City Tuesday morning at 830 oclock and the town was almost destroyed The principal losses are lied River hotelowned by W T Adams with most of its contents valued at 5000 with insurance of 1000 barber shop of J F Webb valued at 1000 covered by insurance W T Webbs jewelry store located on the first floor of tho hotel Most of the jewelry was saved Several nearby business houses and residences were greatly damaged The total loss will amount to 10000 The lire originated in a room on the second floor of the hotel Dr 011 Williams formerly of this place lost nil his stock of medicines and instruments in tho lire Death or John n Strong John D Strong died at his homo hero in Jackson January 18th after an illnes of about n year Ho was stricken with paralysis about a year ago but got better but in a short timo was stricken again since which time ho has been confined to his bed Ho was buried Thursday at tho family burying ground on Quicksand Creek near Lazarus hacks whore ninny of his relatives had preceded him Uncle John as lo was far miliarly called was bnoof our best citizens having filled several offices in tho county with credit to himself and honor to his constituents Ho was kind clover and accommodating and always loyal to his friends never refusing to do a kindness for anyone hits death is a great loss to tho community and to his family Joseph Tattle of Canoe was hero today DONT nUT IN When you see a fellowman Quietly playing his own hand Doing tho very best he can Dont butt in All have troubles of their own Probably more than you have known Pass on let them alone Dont butt in You cant do them any good Wouldnt do iOU could Couldnt do it if you would Dont butt in Friends full out every day And would make up right away If away from them you stay Dont butt in If your friends go on a lark Spend tho day at Zion Park And stay out till after dark Dont butt in If your friends a fishing go And say tho fish weigh HO andso It wont be the truth you know Dont butt in If the conversation dont suit you Wait until tho speakers through You may learn something new Dont butt in On your journey here below Through this world of joy and woe Youll bo temptedwherer you go Dont butt in Kdwnrd Marcum is storekeeper in charge of Obo Roberts distillery during the absence of A S Johnson at flue Britton trial Now is the time to subscribe for newspapers and magazines We can save your money on any you wish to take George and Arch Johnson of Jolts Creek were hero today look ing up titles to some land they aro about to purchase Gus Combs and Miss Corn Back woro married January 10th at the homo of the brido Mrs Barna Back in Jackson Rev W W Powell officiating Two negroes tried toIIholllup an editor from Hebron Neb in Kansas City Saturday night llie bodies of the negroes have not boon found They must have boon insane i I Elislia Johnson of Jolts creek is in a critical condiiton nt his home as a result froni being thrown from a horse several days ago He has two or three broken Indono of his legs badly hurt and is probably hurt inter nally George Bowling indicted in the Harrison Circuit Court for false swearing in connection with the Jctt trial did not in court hislbonllfor his arrest i Judge Benton continued until next Tuesday morning tho mo tions for a now trial of tho Mar cum and Hargh damage suit Judge Denton said ho had received notice from tho attorneys for tho plaintiffs that they wished to file additional grounds The continu ance was mutually agreed to Charles Soper and his wife Nannie Soper have flied two suits in tho Richmond circuit court Green Igo and others for allegedharboring on a cattle ranch in Now Mexico belonging to tho defendants Igo formerly lived near Boonsboro but wont west many years ago and has become quite wealthy No Suitable Place in Frankfort The Legislature which was convened last Thursday n week ago for tho purpose of selecting a site for the new capital building has not conic to any agreement yet Frankfort in tho opinion ofa great many does not offer a suit able site and there is much talk of submitting the question of re moving the capitol to Lexington to a vote of tho people at tho next election Time site favored by the capitol commission and the archi tect is what is known as the Hunt property in south Frankfort but this is objected to by many of the legislators Lexington is the proper Plato for the capitol and had it not been for the opposition of Louisville it would have been moved there long ago Working Night anti Dtiy- Tto bnsiest and mightiest little thing that was over made ia Dr Kings New Life Pills These pilla change weakness Into strength lilt lessnens into energy brain tsg Into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25o per box Sold by The Jackson Drug Co fro It Watches j CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties andnil kinds of Hret class Jowelry call on S De FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY William Bolm of Pisgnh is visiting his fathers family here IJT Bolin has been appointed special bailiff in the Brittpn case at Lexington G IT Williams and Lazarus Buck of the Quicksand neighbor hood were hero Thursday Tilden Blanlon of Lambric passed through hero Thursday on his way home from n business trip to Morgan county OBITUARY My mother Mrs Nancy Little departed this life January 18th 190nged 89 years 7 months and 13 days Sho died where she had lived most all her life on her old homo farm now owned by her daughter Mrs Eliza Bowman She left five daughters allof whom together with several of her grandchildren were at her bedside at time time of her death Site was a good cluistilln old lady having boon a consistent inpmber of the Baptist church for more than sixty years She will be greatly missed by her many friends and relatives MINKUVA J HAYS Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torture has per haps never been equaled Joe Golo hick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured Insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I trleiU everything known 1 came across EIctrlol Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles or It com pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only bib Sat isfaction guaranteed by The Jackson Drug Co Coal Lands Leased By a deal closed at Lexington Saturday 9000 acres of hitherto undeveloped coal lands in this vi cinity will bo mined and within a short time tho product of the mines will be placed outhe mar ketoTho deals were closed by J P Amsden of Versailles A E Richards of Louisville and II 0 Thompson of Lexington who leased 1000 acres in Lee county known as the Dudley Short property to Attilla Norman of Beatty vine This tract is four miles from Boattyvillo on the Kentucky river The same parties leased to the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Company of Cannel City 1100 acres in Leo county known as the Grittonden property Both of time now lessees Imvo decided to nt once begin tho buildingof a plant which will mine from GOO to 800 tons per day No Moro Stomach Troublos All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomachperfect rest by dl Besting what you eat without the stomachs aid The food builds up the body time ret restores time stomach to health You dont have to Met your self when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Ersklne of Allenvllle Mich says I suffered Heartburn and 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 heartily and is In good health Istn glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief Sold by IS CrllnS 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NEWS nnd the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for on- lyX125 This is for each imbjertntioni only All subscription under this o mblna tion must be sent through The New ofilce 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS cAnyone pending asketch and deaerlotlOn tulctlr ascertain our opinion free whether Q- yentlon II probablfatentable Communln- onnrlcUr on Iltemlent tree Uldoit opener for i curlngjtucnu IVUenu taken rtcvlri tpKlonollc without charge rtjScientific jnnericatt huidtoraelr IHnitrntMl wttklr rireeateteM million nr nclomiBo Jon mal Terms 3a byannewdeaienUN bar oalee ttib Y lit WuhlllOn nC ASTRAY I have at my place at Roosevelt a deep red muloy heifer about two years old which came there last October Owner can have same by proving heifer and pay ing charges for keeping and ad vertising 1i ED VETO f tS Is Ladies mine Shoos y No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes I FOR SALE BY A P Crawford Co r r f Here We Are 1 r The Celebrated HANAN SHOEThe Best on Earth PRICE 355OO 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be- Ing renewed the oftener Everything about u lampoil burners etcshould be of the very Lest 1 PRICES FOR I l J LOwER a Quilt CMiUcnd this ujr tire t Needles Oil Repairs rOil ALL MAKES AT SINGER STORE Needlea for all makes of machines 5c per package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJlerdersol6t j I olltejr frae tRoclining Chair Cart is all Tjraim bttutttn t LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and Jifomt reikira Yaks to ifta Wt asd souAwll r If you contemplate a trip or a chants of location In the near future GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE HABIT It is time comfort line and a comfort train in traveling ii alwaji a good habit to acquire- At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates We hue the ment the train service the free ohalr cars and the rates WHAT MOUE DO YOU WANT L J Inwitf Quo L OAMKTT flan Passenger Art Tray Passeager Agt HENDERSON ROUTE V Louisville r lf t KI eLt1rP I t PEOPLE OF THE DAY Mltehell of Oregon John U Mltclwll senior United t States Bcnntor from Oregon who was r r recently Indicted nt Portland for nl legal complicity iu tho laud frauds now under Investigation In the state Is serving Loa fourth term as a member of the upper bouso of congress- A native of Pennsylvania where ho was educated and admitted to the bar Senator Mitchell removed to Portland Ore In 1800 Tlio following year he Will elected corporation attorney of Portland and in 1802 was sent to the state senate where he served four I I SOATOIt JOIE IL MITCHELL years the Inst two ns president of that body Ho was first elected to the United States senate In 1872 but was not returned at the expiration of his term In 1883 he was again chosen 1 United States senator and reelected In 180L Because of there being no quo R rum In the state legislature in 1807 ho Walt defeated to succeed himself but representOregon1001 Senator Mitchell is in his sor entieth year and is n Republican in politics u r Made the Box Was United States Senator Ilcdficld Proc tors strict regard for the laws even those of minor importance is well known An illustration happened ricently The senator and his son Rtd field Proctor Jr were limiting rabbits in the mountains east of Rutland n few mouths ago The younger man who fajnext met tho senator he proudly exhibited the prize My son said the son ator sternly the open season for coon hunting has not yet begun Come with me The senator thereupon marched tho young man off to tho residence of a alp081edfor tho offense the money being ad ranced by the senator himself Rochester Herald i I itj Honored by France The decoration of grand officer of the t Legion of Honor which has just been conferred upon Francis B Loomia Jlrst assistant secretary of state by Presi dent Loubet of France is the highest but one of the decorations within tho power of the president of the FrenchI republic to bestow One of the ren 3 y sons which led to the conferring of tho s decoration upon Mr Loomis was the Interest aroused in Franco by his speech in behalf of international arbi tration delivered last September before tbejnterpnrllamcntary union andTa o l entering the diplomatic service ho had rBAKOIB D LOOms made a reputation ns n journalist and for several years was editor in chief o the Cincinnati Tribune In 1800 h9dish went to St Etienne France as Unltec1 States consul nnd during his there wroto extensive reports on tbo labor situation in Europe From 1807 to 1001 ho was minister to Venezuela and was active in building up Ainert to cancommerce in South America lagnegotiations for extradition ap reciprocity treaties From Venezuela r be was sent to Portugal as United States minister and iu 1003 was a- acpointed first assistant secretary of state Mr Loomis Is fortyfour years old r f A Lonely nvpoltllon 2 IItIs told that while John Sharp Wll llama was speaking In Mississippi a man In tbo audience trial Ive been sly notipresent said Mr Williams amid throneChicagoI1ewL7- c1 Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary t compantB that are curable are quickly CureClearsjlammatlon and heals and soothes th aaectedt1arte strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and Crainp IntJ 180 Others sell the same clock for o I 250 mISt tz tt- S +r- t h- w A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment 1 Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly thebest weekly I paper of its kind in America and 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 I garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky I Farmer offs Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of everysort 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 ilANDTHE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSr i r f JJJ BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO I THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND DREEDER 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 uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office FOR THE HOUSEWIFE HOTT to Wiuh Blanket First naive some soap jelly by heat lag and simmering one pound of soap In a quart of water until the former la dissolved When cold It will be n jelly Allow a heaped tablespoonful of this jelly and a teaspoonful of liquid ammo Jila for each gallon of washing water which should be just hot enough toIbear tho hand In comfortably the soap la dissolved put the blankets 1l1lownWring with a wringer If possible and put Into another similar lot of suds Souse up and down In this and wring lignin and If tho blankets do not look clean put them through a third lot of dada Rinse In clear water wring as dry as possible shako and hang In a nice airy place to dry out of doors If possible Quilts eiderdowns and shawls can be washed In exactly the same way but eiderdowns need to be frequently stink en during the drying process or they will be lumpy Ironing Woolen- A very hot Iron should never be used for flannels or woolens If thelron Is stood on a clean white brick when set down it will keep hot much longer than If placed on a metal rest To prevent It from sticking rub the surface well with fine salt A bit of beeswax In a thin flannel will keep n flatiron clean If rubbed on often during n days iron- Ing Apple Souffle Strain one quart of apple sauce through a sieve sweeten to taste and add the juice and grated rind of one lemon the yolks of five eggs and lastly the whites of the eggs beaten to a stilt troth put this Into a buttered pudding and bake till It crocks on top with sugar and serve hot souseo No I1ty Shown IIFor years fate was after me conlln uounly writes F A Gulledgo Ver atdon failed Ducklens Arnica Salvo cured alllwpaines Only S5o at The Jackson Drug Co ChimneyJf stoam withpas when washed A Kitchen runt stoTethrow lngtromNight w9Her Terror nightlong hardlyaa cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three Viscoverypounds Its absolutely guaranteed GrippeBronchltll Triolotllca JrI r t =A handy Stepladder Most every stepladder Is collapsible to n certain extent as the rear supports fold up against the front ones and permit of the device being stood up agalnut the wall or In n corner The stepladder of the familiar type la of wood and tot this reason its folding capacity was more or less limited but IJIDDEB PARTLY CLOSED the most recent improvement In this very useful household implement makci use of metal Instead of wood and ena bios tho thing to be given a double fold which squeezes Its bulk down to that of a clothes prop Being of metal the construction It exceedingly light and though very frail In Its appearance Is exceedingly stron nnd practically everlasting After the back legs have been folded against the front ones the sides of the device are drawn together by means of a bingo joint In the center of each step and In the top platform In folding this saves tho space of the width of tho ladder and the whole thing collapsed can almost bo spanned by the two hllndsI Speedy Rollef A salve that heals without a scar Is DeWittg Witch Hazel Salvo No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out Inflammation soothes cures and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts Is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterlulU they are dangerous Sold by 51 8 Grain F ruble Mustard One teaspoonful of English mustard iwo teaspoonfuls of flour one teaspoonful of sugar onequarter teaspoonful of bait mix thoroughly add enough boll lag water to make a thick mixture then enough vlucgar to thin It to tho right IcoMlstency for table user Clean Silver Make n strong solution of hyposul phite of soda nnd leave the spoons etc Iu It for a few minutes Then rInse In water and dry The elutJon may be kept In a crock nod used every day Another method Ssto boll the silver In strong alum water rinse and dry A nice small Farm In Lee county for tale The Larkin Stamper place on the head of Bear Creek Nice dwelling goad storehouse cribs and barn never failing water welt fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For parttou Ion apply to SAM JETT Winchester Ky I i r u y- s Job Printing Remember Tin NEWS is pro pared to print Icttcrhcnds noto heads billheads statements envelopes cards labels receipts invitations andall kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare our work with that turnedOut by any job office and you will find it to you advantage to have us do your work Wo also print posters pamphlets and everything usually turned out by a country oflice I TIES WANTED lOCOOTies on river above this plac For particulars call on or address me atJacksonKy 2tf M S CBAI Coal RUt Timber Land Wanted Wanted one hundred thousand acres of coal and timber lands In Kattorn Kentucky for Gun for Eastern Capi talists toCB8MITU Lexington Ky THE COMMONER HR BRYANS PAPER Now U the tine to secure Mr Bry ans paper All democrats need the paper and Mr Bryan needs tho support and cooperation of all true friends of reform The Commoner has com menced to organize 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local points Trains Nca 1 it connect at fleshy vllle Junction with 14 A for fleshly villa J It BARR GenMgr OIMS SCOTT 01 A O K R Y Effective Mar 22nl 1604 East Bound West DOAM j = 5 4rSTATIONS No4I 0c c + i H tl chAM AR rll AC AW LV FM lV 030 235 Jackson 1120 300 025 330 OAK Juno 1120 3IW 843 158 Wilhunt 1162 41f 830 152 Hampton 1153 430 750 128 Lee Oily 1222 510 741 122 Helechawa 1228 61F 715 105 Oannel City 1245 545 AU LV PM LV PM A I rM An Westbound Passenger Train connect at 0 h K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound ratsnnger Train connects at U A K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 620 and Lex ington at 005 m Si L CONLET Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18th 1004 Nos No Arrive Len 6I1M A b Stations 0 15 1F E Jaokton 025 30r430 lleldelburg 802 312 Irrlne 920 2 lb Iltclhnond JO 20 Not NoJSo4 XoU PM IM A M 235e I A l 11 55 810 Richmond 345 000 UH 7 40 Valley View 415 014 11 00 7 10 NIcholiuvllle 4 43 0 55 10 15 0 31 Versailles 535 7 55 7 40 3 50 Louisville 8 15 10 40 Lr Lr Ar Ar H R Smtlh Q F A P A Verialllei Ky BLUE GltASS TItAGTIOX CO Georgetown and Lexington Trac lion Company Cars leave Lexington fur Paris every hour from llanito7 p in and atO 7tfare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown ov err hour from 7 a m to III m except 11 a m 1 p m H p m and 10 p III cave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 in rand 7 and 0 p In PrelllontIFARM FOR SALE TT900acres 2 miles south of Indian Fields known as a part of the Indian Old Fields A house with 7 rooms cistern at tho door with all the other necessary out buildings one stuck barn one tobacco burn sufficient to- holl14 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient The farm Is well wintered and fenced There Is a nice young orchard of something over 100 apple trees in bearing selected fruit cull on or addrs me at Indian Fields Ky O W ATTar I have several hundred deeds re corded during my term of nflluo as County Clerk Those are vnltuWu to 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