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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 27, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905012701 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 27, 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. r 4 w4d j Prye r t c 4 i I JrJ t f f r- r I It JJ wv v a I C r BREATHITT COUNTY EWS-f WIPH UAOINB Editor and PublisLorANKWsrAiKtt DEVOTED TO TilE INTKUESTS OK EASTEKW KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADTANCR 1G = Volume IV Jackson entucky Friday January 27 1905 Number 15 e We will accept advertisements on A guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Breathitt County of nny paper published Our paper goes to es ury post office in Perry County and almost every one in Leo Ma gollin Owflloy Wolfe and Knott CountiesIf want to reach the mountain trado try nn ad in thu UUKATH ITT Coo MTV Nnwe KILLTHIOOUCH ANB CURE THE LUNCi KingsNow I I FOR cONSUMPTION OUSHS a- fOUl So FrUe tsteo- Fns Trial I great and Ouickeat Our for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB 18 or XONXT BACK J W Dean Contractor for Urick and Stone Work Limo and Comeut for sale Giver him a call whon uooding anything In his line JACKSON KY iIs I1BUY THEd setae Tilt Partltue Any Other Writ THE IEW HHII StWIII MACHINE MflJPAIV 7OftAlleal rasa are mdilostl rtiVd- rUM ulflj but the flew IIonlimtdi10 tear Ovr futnntr Matt runt out we nat e Siwlnj UMhbtM to suit all oondtlea eftbelnd Th llw Home itaiuStsUM b4 twit H Icbarxle unllf uwbtg mtchlnM hidby alliorlB dealer slrroe BALI OY James M Richardson Co General Agouti JCttmle Bldg CmSVELAND 0 Wantedal One Thousand Men and Women to pate the Olvll Serfloo Eismiaatlon for the following United States OoTern ment iiailtlunij NAME OF POSITION Department Itmncli Ago Limit 2O niul over Clerk Malo or Female Stenographer Male or Feml Btvnographerjand typewriter Nil ir Vemsla o Bookkeeper Hale or Female Railway Mall Olerk Ace 18 to 35 Taggor 20 and over Ciuitont hence Branch Ale Limit 20 and over flay Inspector Clark Mule or Fumale- Anlitant Weigher Menenger Sampler internal Itovonno liritnch Alee Limit il mid over Clerk QaugerBtorekeoper Toil Oflltfo Branch Clerk AIIor Female 18 to 45 Clerk Carrier For Information as to rrqulreinenti AddrenO IiozCB3 Lexington Ky A wrvi 66OD QUIDSpeaTaa ttIIICua OP Aet1ZAt rwrtbrlyN- turu44 t f STBVBMS VUOX nil MMAl II xu itlrttmri 1ktuIIoeI1M man couplttt Mil iU4 lliMUllafUtM Kid FUtela Shotsua a eoc thetpt dcaaaeaHw FtrerSxiyiNSMswd1i tehb try hr- nNq Wry ra sroNtrNNfWwMY Iyb4Wafuatrwrw STEVKNS FIKEAKMSN toldto tll preZy U 1 kWdwtM dMlM Ask ttrr froMp t uYtMN It Dust IpW ftlwith rrW JWrt TkfSvtllUl Setr AmlMBUAmAHTMID K K OUAUTT Drrw n 1 out 10 prop fahI a fiM4 v IC ttwvi to Stems 8Mk l BMe fiN- MJSTKVKNAJ ARMS TOOLCe R O Box 4891 ChtPFalls Maaat Ui BAT 1 rf c r d MV OLD KENTUCKY lllLLB The cowbells tinkle tinkle And tho zephyrs whisper low Some dear but fading story Of tho sweet long long ago I sit beside the window And my heart with rapture thrills When tho summer sun has hidden In ny old Kentucky hills Tho bat wheels round the cabin And through the ripening corn Tho distant hounds make music To the hunters mellow horn The katydids are singing With the frogs along tho rills When tho summer sun has hidden In my old Kentucky hills the fireflies deck tho valleys And the owl from slumbers woke Has perched upon the bowers Of the toUold deadened oak And all is filled with sadnees- Hy the lonely whippoorwills When the autmncr sun is hidden In my old Kentucky hills How happy is the countryman Who sees beneath tho sod And nil the wonders of our land The workings of our God I How sweet the parts of nature When the hum of daytime stills And the summer sun has hidden In my old Kentucky hills I John Brown of Lambric was in town Tuesday E 0 lljden of Elkatawa was in Jackson Thursday S II Kash of Calla was in Jackson Wednesday Captain T H Enwright of Camp Christy was hero Tuosday W J Strong of Smith Branch was in town on business Saturday Attorney E 8 Jovett of Win chester was hero Monday oa legal business B B Phillips one of the load ing attorneys of 11 indium was tried and adjudged insane by the county judge and orderod to the Lexington asylum Yrs 0 T Snowden of Camp Christy passed through Jackson Monday In rout to Winchester to attend the wedding of hor niece Miss Nellie Marcum Miss Lottie Suowden of St Melons was here Monday on her way home front Camp Christy whoro site had boon visiting the family of her brother U T Snow den Miss Lottie has many friends in Jackson who remember her pleasant risits here J S Hoikins deputy ihorifT of Leslie county arrested helix and Arose Jultnor the latter part of last week charged with contempt of court at Winchester and will start with thorn as soon as the weather will permit Hazard En torpriso Judge Bonton overruled the mo tion tirade by tho plaintiffs and do fondants in the MarcumIlargis damage suit Appeals to tho Court of Appeals woro granted and tho parties were giron time until tho third day of the April term to file Mlle of oxcoption Frank Muoyof Maytown Wolfe county aged suvouty while Btauding in front bf an upon tiro was stricken with heart distuuoand full into the Hrty dying instantly Ills daughter pullixl her fathers body from this lire and itimmuurd assistance Uoil of the clothing was burned from his body Jutikdon county Kentucky stands tip by itself It has a papurationofsomothing like ton thousand anda Republican major ityof fifteen hundred in a total voting strength of two thousand There is not n single colored voter not a citizen of foreign birth nol- an cxCon federate soldiery within its borders It has neither saloon registered distillery nor workhouse anti it hsRiJ to bo a fact that no citizen of that county has locked liijdo6ri for many years 1 i iH l 4 J Will Not Honor Requisition Goy Hanley of Indiana will decline to honor a requisition for the surrender to the authorities of Kentuckyof William S Taylor and Charles S Finley This state meat is made on the authority of a member of the Indiana delegation in Congress wild saw Gov Hanley a short time ago and die caned tbe subject with hint Therefore when GOY Beckham issues a requisition upon the Indiana Governor it will bo treated in tbe same manner as was the one to former Governors Mount and Dur bin Bloody Day in Russia Sunday was a day of uuipenk able horror in St Petersburg Rus sia limo climax in the strike sit ation came when the striking worKmen undertook to carryout their programme of marching to tbe Winter Palace to petition the Emperor for a redress of their grievances Iu time afternoon the crowd had grown to such a degree that the soldiers undertook to dis Ire ne it The strikers offered roo inltohundred persons were killed in cluding A number of women and children Conflicts of minor im portauce occurred in other parts of tbo city and it is estimated that 500 people were killed or wounded during tho days fighting Essay on Pants A pupil in a Lee county school foriofferingpants Pants are made for- amen and not men for pants Pants art like molasses they are thinner in hot weather thicker in cold The maa in the tnooa changes his pants during the eclipse Dont you go to the pantry for pants you might bl mistaken Yen are often mistaken in pants Such mistakes make broochot prom use There has been much discus lion as to whither pants are sin gularor plural Seems to me when men wear pants theyare pin ral and when they dont it is sin gular Yen go on a tear in pants and it is all right but when pants go on a tear it is all wrong A Brutal Deed A series of crimes nnparallelled in the annals of central Kentucky involving robbery criminal assault and attomptednlurdurwas perpetrator in the eastern part of Lexington at nujrarly hour last Friday morniug As tho result of time crime Mrs Lula Jones wife of R L Jones an L k E brakeman lies at her home with five ugly wounds in her head Charles T Wagoner a carpenter employed by the Lexington Lum bet Company was taken to ttio Good Samaritan Hospital with a bullet in his cheat and another in his hand while his wife Mrs Lucy Wagoner is sufferipg front A badly bruised heada fractured shoulder and other injuries result ing from tho assault of tho intru dot After shooting Wagoner the brute pulled Mrs Wagonor into MI adjoining room anti criminally assaulted her- Dloodhouuds wore put on tho trail and Jim Piersall a negro was arrested near the r4railroad shops by the police Piorsall was taken before Mrs Jones who immediately identified him as the negro she had battled with the night before Tbo police found it necessary to spirit the monster away to the Louisville jail to avoid a mob burning him at a stakeTho special grand jury returned eleven indictments against lier sail Monday charging criminal assault shooting and woundingII housebreaking and the time Ito gets through fighting all thoso ho will bo done for if tho mob doesnt dontknchbim a A LITTLE NONSENSE r How Hank Sullivan Put a Faro Bank Out of Butlneis I Used to hate a quarrelsome man like ttaoii raid Hank Sullivan one of thV leading terrors of lied Gulch to a select crowd in Wicked Mike liogaus saloon but I dont do it no more One o thet kind saved me from rosin all the dust Id dug in three years an I kainf nev er fergit ft llowd it happen This Liinginthe band Id been back in the mountains for nigh on to three years an was full o gold dust an the flc sirs for excitement Bill Jennings the qnarrelsomcet man I ever lee was with me Well luck wuz against me an pretty oon Iee myself do to the cloth Seven thousand golddusthouse As the lust chip I hadon earth was raked in I had a hunch to play the ace open I knew it would come I felt it wiz a ccriuinty tnit my money was out I xnu about to rise an go out an blow my head off or 5Owethin o thet sortwhen I hop Jcnnipgll1het ways carryin a chion his shoulder for somebody 1 took thet chip an put it on this ace It wont an from that minute luok turned my way In a weeks play I had the faro bank dealer edlin wiracrwprst on a sorncr Cleaned him clear out An thats why Pve sorter got a weakruwa for a man New Orleans TimesDemocrat Talk Is Quicker youknowthought Mr Knox For woman there is Bbo always speaks before she thinks Tho Trouble With Him I refuse to talk to you err roared tho indignant old father If you will como around when you are sober to ask me for my daughter I matoonsider tho matter shober P Thash all right oldmcmth all right Qlad to do it Only I never seem to want her when Im shober Chicago RecordHerald All Fixed Pa aaid Miss Strong 1 wish you would stay in this evening Mr qardoy will want to speak to you So ho has really proposed at last chr No replied tho daughter with an air of determination but ho will tonight Ctttholic Standard and Timea Why the Bill Was Removed That druggist isIL most accom modating follow Ho got up tho other morning at 2 a m to sell mo- a stampYesthem taking out his night bell as I passed the store yes terday Philadelphia Caricature Applying the Golden Rule Im going to ask her to sing againIm sure you dont want to hear her No but know wo must do byNewYork Looking Ahea- dPaUencCharHo is very anxious about his wife Patrioe Why I didnt know ho had a wife ulle hasnt Thats what makes him anxious Yonkers Statesman A Treat Going gunning are Ill bet you oouldnt hit n barn door Mebbo not but I think I oould hit a darn bore and if you dont runaway Ill bo tempted to do it Philadelphia Lodger Innocence HoIf I kissed you would you stop m- aheIIow could I stop you after meYonkersStatesulsa Jmr ALL OVER THE HOUSE Ta Wh Flannel Without Injuring the Wool Fibers The secret of washing flannels so that they will outlast several seasons lies In keeping this fiber of the wool uninjuredIt not have the naturaloil boiled out of it nor must the fibers be broken by hard twisting when being wrung by hand Timers is no reason why woolen undergarments should not Iw washed ag often as any others but they yust not be left in Quylonjiterthan that shrinks them So flnnncls must never be boiled or put into theybeThe less they are rubbed tbo bettor Rubbing wool knots the lioira and hardens the surface They must not be dried very near the fire nor in very fierce sunshine This shrinks them Woolens should be washed and possible wet heaps shrinks them Four ounces ofIt pure soap to a gallon of water will produce a strong cleansing solution Shred the soap thinly into a tub and pour the boil ing water over it Do not put in the flannels until tho soap hns dissolved and tho mixture is cool enough to bear the hand comforts bly Then thoroughly shake each arti cle free from dust put them ante the tub ud sluice an quc s them in the water till they are clean Culinary Lore Olive oil should be put into a dark cornerNew bread may be out ns easily as stale if the knife be heated in hot waterHot milk addod to potatoes when mashing them will keep them from heavyBefore or making any sauce with milk always rinse out the saucepan iu cold water Celery should lie at taut an hour in told water or upon Too before be lag served in order to be firm and crisp ffrFalllnp HaIr Castor oil ono drawl tydrochle ntof quinine half a dram tine turf of caiitlmridos one dram alco hql two ounces roee water to fill up to four ounce Shake before rubbing into the roots of the hair every other evening Part time hair end rub into the parting with a entail of linen make second parting threWourUu of an lush from the first and rub tutu that and so on until the entire scalp ham been treated Glycerin For Indigestion Glycerin is a really valuable rein edy for indigestion and ia the course of a few days or at most of a fortnight a sufferer may expect to be cured Mix a small teaspoonful of puro glycerin with water and take it with or immediately after each meal Of course should also use discretion in the selection and in the amount of food for if the diet beat fault it is folly to expect health Chicken Broth Poi an Invalid Remove tho ikin and fat from half youliqfowl wash and cut into pieces them into a stewpan with one quart of water bring slowly to the boiling point skim carefully then place on the back of the range where it will simmer for three hours Strain and season with salt to suit the taste Tim Tabl For Boiling Meats Mutton per pound 15 minutes potted beef per pound 30 to 35 minutes j corned per pound 30 minutes Item per pound 18 to 20 minutes turkey per pound 15 minutes chicken per pound 15 minutes fowl per pound 20 to 30 minutes Dusting Furniture When dusting uso a slightly damp cloth for it will gather up and hold tho dust far better than a dry one This plan however should not be followed in the case of black polish ed furniture as the damp cloth fre quently gives it a smeared appear anee Disinfect Invalids Linen A common cause for the spread ing of disease is the fact that invalid bedclothing la washed with the common laundry It should al ways be dipped in a disinfectant before being sent to the laundry A Blood Purifier The simplest blood purifier ia a sliced lemon two tablespoonfuls of blackcurrant preserve and ten red sage leaves to a quart of boiling wa ter Sweeten to taste and it is not disagreeable T Sweeten Meat Eresh meat beginning to sour will become swcct aInrf placed out pf doors overnight FOR THE LITTLE ONES Two Interesting Experiments With Candle Smoke For your first experiment let the candlo burn un iI the wick is quite long having placed it where there is no draft Now blow the candle out and a stream of smoke will rise from it This smoke is the gas the burning of which makes the flame To show that it U gas put a lighted match to it immediately after blow ing out the ca fand it will ignite and run down and relight the candle The match should be held about half an inch above the wick Again letting the candle burn until the wick is long and quickly blowing out the flame as before hold a pioce of wire gauze such as is used for window screens down over the wick so that the smoke will rise through the meshes Apply a light ed match to the an inch above the gauze and the gas of which the smoke is composed willat once ignite but the flame will not go below the gauze for the reason that hift already been given Blind Prophets Gam The players stand in a row one behind the other The second ono in the row lightly places her hands over the leaders eye and says Prophet how much of prophet art thou At the same time another prophet sneaks out of his or her place in the row and touches the prophets hair or cheek The prophet then in quires Who disturbeth herIn reply tho disturber must moko some sound She may cough or grunt or moan or make any other pleasesTho to identify the sound and say who it is If successful the fa released end the capturedone must take the place How w Mak Speotral Lamp Mix common salt with spirits of wine in a metallic cup and set it over a spirit lamp When the cup is tho spirit ignited it will burn with a strong yellow flame which can be mode more or less jaundiced by the greater or smaller quantity of salt added All other lights being extinguished title ghastlyhuein a remarkable manner and Ting to the rosy check of health the cadaverous appearance of death If salt of itrontain be wed ia= stead of common salt a red UgWs ii produced Eskimo Candr In Eskimo land there la a kind of waterfowl called dovakia It ia about the size of a duckand quito black with webbed feet of a brilliant red color When the men have killed the dovekio the women cut off their bright rod feet and draw out the bones Then by owing into the skins they distend them pouchesWhen they are filled with reindeer tallow an the bright red aro re garded by Eskimo children as their greatest treat Conundrum Who is it that con marry yet live single A clergyman Which ia the most ill tempered work for women P Cross stitch Why are sentries like day and night Because when ono comes the other goes If girls veco cast adrift ou tho sea where should they steer for 1 The Islo of Man What is that which is put on the table often cut hunt never eaten 1 A pack of cards The Ink Plant The ink plant of Now Granada is a curiosity Tho juico of it can be usedAS ink without preparation At tint the writing is red but after a few hours it changes to black A Quick Cure w U Bald Mary Moore Now I am sure That I have mud wondroua cuMo- M brother Ned thla morning sold lie really should ttniaJn In bed lIe couloot fo to school today And wu too 111 to work or play I dropped some Ice upon bill spine And now the boy Is fccllac 8al J rijJe ittbgd t t 1 SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING t- HIGH GRADE i by buying this eliablehonesthigh s ing machine J STRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Co j nnviDFRr ILLIN- OISSomething n New 1 Valuable Tours + 1 TO ttI FLORIDA atVi 5out1rr ailway k And Queen Crescent Route Go One Way Return liotktr I Winter tourist tickets rood going via AihBTlllo through the Land of the Sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chatta nooilor vice versa are now on tale at LOWRATES The Florida Limited aolld trate a train of flneit Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and Tiiitlbultd eoaike with Dlnlnc OarsarvUe I cuss Lexug ton every morning via QUMB A Cras- sent Route ruaninr through vrlihoit change to Jaekignvllla Tla OhattanOlajoand 8uathern Killway e lThe Chicago and Florida Special be t ginning January Oth consisting et Drawing Room Sleepers ObssrTaU Cars ate nlUleate Cincinnati atarjr evening except Sunday ranilaithrough solid to Bt Augustine via Chattanooga and Butuharn Railway with Dining Car lerrite qratThrough Pullman Slseperi U Jaak touTllle from Jluelnnall evert euUg via KnoxTllle Asheville anti tiavaaah From LouiiTllle eoiiuntlon wlia alt ot the above trains la wade at Laxleg ton by trains of the Southern Railway For Land of the Say bentAsia- tsr Homes folder rates tkdals ur other information address G D ALLay O P Muxm ro A OP A Sou Ry D P A Sua XT St tJiwO P A QE 0 Rout Cincinnati O IwbrrYopjTtchMM IN ALL COUNTRIES Sialiua Ofttl wiM Wr1AgkeiPf flew a fcrfiilnljrTfrtUIN teen st r road tutu Ittaa Des IWaHINTON BC Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To There are three dUTernt maa4rrta tlona of aleeplessneas First hardly to sleep a wlalt aM J tJsecond to lie Awake a losy tree before falling asleep third t taU ast wp eowaking up after several htwrfl aad then flnd U bard to aleep agora Thejr mean that somewhere IA the nerve abase goaewhefo In the bratJcells somewhere la the Hoed veal i that carT blood to the brain aocaethtn ila radically vroiA sea stases be r0tH I or the end ar be WCIIII tmaa lots To rlaht w llake Dr Vtttf Mertsisys- Bora other symptoms eta e tr i bla are Dlstea1 JredoD Bscfc ache Worry jrretfulaeaa KvitabUlty UelanchoJr tack of AmbtH- en er Inffleat aiaoaaoa eta Wy tea4 to Epnnxtr Flee lit Tltaa ItaacrNervous FrootntlOQ ParalrBca Kodlnjf win ate seh auUk aW last toff relief U xMOeo Jftrrtpa dJ alr5 rnd w be oohqsuevd b wdsnottbar MIP orto Our Mot away all es- ing Khimime 80t eaOO a I read a QUO JIf traUon cured b7 Dr UW Jea Nrvtne We benn gtvtnt Ita1and In a tow adyr hi warn aWe 0 Le dressed Jrora that ImDroft4 Nrrhu C1JIjt IIa KaS A o rueKUl I BEE b loom raw a1M ParkaJM A 1IItb Thew al IPainPain Also Bymptom will I wkaMa dIV wron ad nilAoag Itt r1J rt 1 ai i h 4t fil vol1D aL 4figAOhO firoctthitt 91ousI- i J WISE HAHlNS Editor t Friday January 27 1005 w PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 =J WISE HAG INS w lOfficeJACKSON KBSTCCKT 1lf All tiuiinefs IntruetPtl to him b will receive prompt and scrotal at= tendon ==A illlmmnnmmmmnnrTTflllll G L C ROARK = LANYERaJACKSON a = t- Will practice In nreathllt and = ilagDffln Counties iIUWWfuiJLILLWi1LWilitLWlIW11Ui r r tI 1 rILAWYERS i LJAOK80N KNTUUKY J JJOHN D WH I TE L A V Y 111- t Office over Bank Manchester Clay Cu KentuckyAlso Room eOSKentncky Title Bldg Louisville Ky c 1 Will practice in Slate and U S Courts Invites correspondence touching New r Era Co lands In Owtley ur C VL Co lands in Hsrlan or loose Creek farm KyUpon investigate end report ralueiuf title or large HacU of timber coal sad oil lauds located between Meshack Monroe county Ky the head of Kingdom1 Coma Lelch I tnnd Ky 2S5252I25252S2525252251 I LEETE BEURIS CIVIL ENGINEERS I AND SURVEYORS toiJSATISFACTION GUARANTEED AitTnt K SON KENTUOKYj r 52S2SsiszszICONLEY BROWN mfr COPE lli CIVIL ENGINEERS ffi 1 AND SURVEYORS iJ Local Surveying a specialty Phone 39 Office in the old ft JIargis building j- JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 ls2FEH2SH5ESESH5HSHSE5E1 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce t GRANf IIOLLIDAY ns a candidate for Representative from podtMagoflln subject to the notion of the Itepublican party I FOR STATE KEPRE3ENTA11VE We are authorized to announce GEORGE W AUNETT- ns a candidate for Reprecenlntive from the 92d Legislative district com posed of the counties of Drentliltt Lee and Mngoinn aabjecto the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOHN L STRONG- as a candidate for Assessor of Breathitl subject to the action of the Ite 1publicin party GORRESP01TJJENGETOItnE Earl Ashley lins been visitin his parents at Simcoo for the pas several dnys- Thomas Combs moved his fitmily Winchester where they will make their future hOloeiHigh Hnrtin was in Lexington this week visiting his parents George Martin andwife Earl Ashley of Kidgewood Junction was in Winchester on business the first of last week Until a now depot is erected tho express and railroad companys of fices will be located in Day Me t Lins store Mrs Newt Townscnd and daugh ter Lenny Mack have been visiting Jesse Townsend for tho past fortnightHoward James returned to his employment here after n pleasant week spent visiting friends nnd relatives in and around Hazel GreenAlbert and Robert Day went to Johnson county tho first of tho 01voek to secure work They willI L i H move their families thcfro us soon as tho weather admits Married on tho 18th inst at the residence of Daniei Booth by Rev Peter Tog Mr Tunics Bow mnn and Miss n1Ct Kincakl both of Znchnriah L D Mitchell the L E agent who was badly burned in tho lire that destroyed the L SS E passenger depot nUll freight wave house on the night of tho 17th and was taken to Lexington for medical attendance is repotted toe getting along nicelnml will soon report for m- tsTEVINsoN J M E Davis was in Jackson several days this week on business G V Williams visited his son inlawJ Leonard Tutt near Camp this week Charley Whitt son of Epperson Whitt is conlined to his bed with inflammatory rheumatism Lewis Roberts and wife have gone to Clark county to select a location where they expect to move soonlivin Roberts has contracted his farm standing crops and per sonal property to John Campbell Price 300 Mrlloberts will make his future home in Arkansas 1ItiaiHOSI The oil question is being revived here again of late Dote Lucas began a subscription school at Gum Springs Monday Master Ram Jlieronymus has been quite sick with pneumonia but is getting better There has been quite a revival meeting held lately on Fralcys creek by Revs Wood Bowman Johnson and Creech Several con versions Simpson Lutes and family who moved to Portsmouth 0 n short time ago has returned to his old home Wo welcome them buck in our our midst Luck is a fortune so it comes to Richard Marks Jack Norman Mrs Ruth Kincaid and J II neighborsineach and only a few days differ ence in their ages Willie Pendergrass son of Rev John Pcndergrass died of tuber culosis n few days ago His re mains were taken to Owsley county for interment Willie was a line young min of strict rclig ous principles He leaves a father mother and n number of brothers and sisters to weep after him HOOKER Now is tho time to subscribe mngnzinesWoyou wish to take 3JOONEVILIE The nnnll title In time river recently enabled several of time boys to start their timber to market placehaveitem wlhditig business Tom Wilson our policeman has lately started n rrMiiurout near the tank building where you can be served with something nice hot and well conked at a reusonnble price day timid night Vllliam and Clnj Harvey have re cently ImuRht entire nMljcned tock of Ike ViMerand consolidated It with the Urticp Wuodirnrd stock and are note doing the biggest business In town The January term of our circuit onrt began l January 16 with Judge Faulkner nn the bench and nmmoowenlths Attorney Lewis prosecuting Many persons have been In attEld nde There U a considerable docket to dispose of at this terns Three murder cases are to be disposed of viz r Snm lice for the murder of Deluney Balm Nancy Conch fur mur der of Lena Couch Henry Wine et al for murder of lilies Hart eft nod several other caret on time criminal docket arc set for Hits term The equity and commonwealth docke are not tinusunlly large The term will close the28ih intl- Yl1NCASTLR hertSunday James IInhof orrpnt la a fre latoIMiss Ada BhackdCnrd linsquit leach InRand Rime to sewing Her school Is out of course James Runman andwiff or Huclm rlah were vlsiiinc at LKincuida time weekl Shnekelford went tn Maze Green dew dnys ego to attend the He OA this winter Mls Cindtt Gable n pupil of the Campion Fcluxil WAil VUiiitig home Saturday amid Sunduy MrsJ F Dailey of Dudley West Virginia niter visillpR relatives mere for time past month has returned home A social was given nt the hnnip of Joe Smyths last Saturday night A good crowd of youn folks were in at tendance Muriledon the17tli net at the resi dense of the brides father II II Thomas Mr OOIS Cable and Misa Lucinda Thomas D + B King bourllLR horse of J K Gentry Mr Gentry Is selling ont as to locate in Wisconsin hi the early spring Hluford Rmvman nf Monlcn candl date fur jailer was here a few days ago looking after the low places iij Ida political fence t i tt ci CONDENSED STORIES Why Kcrnell Understudy Did Not RI port For Duty Charley Davis the theatrical man ngcr lies hnd many peculiar experiences during his long arid varied career says tIle St Louis GloboDomo crat One of them occurred while ho was noting ns manager for the Into John Kernel tho well known Irish comedian Kernel hnd many lovable trnits but like soirfo other good fellows he wns often his worst enemy and would go on a rack et just when ho was needed to go I Anr nianr VHEBE is raa raDnremimrt upon the stagy While the compa uy was in nu eastern city Manager Davis ran across a very bright young man who was engaged as the un derstudy for Kernel In less Hum a week after that just as the curtain was about to bo rung up the man ager cried out Where is Kernel A member of tho company who wns standing near bsaid Im afraid that John has gono out to paint tho town red Quick as a flash Davis cried out All right Where is his understudy The man looked up in a mclan clioly way and said I am sorry to say that Mr Ker nclls understudy has gono out with him to assist in painting the town Davis was furious and he ex claimed hotly Well I suppose that hereafter when we engage an understudy it will also be necessary to hire an understudy for tho understudy No Use Dodging Lute Morse tells a story about a green recruit from tho old sod who was walking with his brother through a railroad cut on a pleasant Sunday afternoon When n train came up behind them and whistled the exp c rienced Irishman clambered the I bank while his brother struck ofI i down the track as hard as he could I run only to be overtaken and tossed forty rods by the cowcatcher The brother rushed to his side and shouted MoSkc are yo hurted Sure Im killed entirely Why didnt yo climb the bank Well if I couldnt bato it on the level snorted the wounded triali I man how the divvcl could I bate it climbing hillsNebraska State Journal Appropriate Once during ruts second term Cleveland was asked to speak at a function in a certain town and when he arrived at tho depot the wind was blowing a gale sleet was driving nnd haUstoucs nearly as large as marbles were fiercely fall ing Of course tho inevitable brass bandwas there and at tho sight of the president the performers struck upwith all the sticnuosity at their commandThat is the most realistic music I ever heard remarked Cleveland What are they trying to play asked Secretary Olnoy who accompanied him Hail to the Chiefs replied th resident with a cheerful smile Philadelphia Ledger The Difference Commissioner Woodbury of the New York department of street cleaning tells this anecdote of a friend of his who was walking through Central park one day Being in somewhat ofa hurry ho started to cut across tho grass atone place but was stopped by a- park policeman who remonstrated with him What difference does It make asked the New York rliThe grass is half dead anyway- Sure nn what it it ist respond ed time indignant guardian of Iii o pence Sure an if yez had a sick friend would yes be tnkin n walk on his stomachNew York Tithes WANTED An uptodate traveling salesman Jo call on country merchants fur a Wliolewle Notion House For further Information call onor address SIMON ADES 410412 U Main Street Lexington Ky Ji Clay City man read in n pa par that the way for n husband to make his wife love him was to fon die her lie tried if and hiscwifo itistudI you you old fool 1 r OPERA IN AMERICA The first question asked by the American opera goor on the Ahatanproaclisingers expressyearns to Itsingerswould be alwurd for time director nu institution like thq Metropolitan Opera House to affect ignorance of the popular attitude toward lyric n drama In the interest of art he may regret it In ninny ways no doubt grand opera ns wo know it here is infinitely finer more bril liant and more satisfying to our own public than anything to be found in Europe might be but except us to tho singing it is not ideal in the some sense ns ground opera in Vien nn under the direction of uh1erI may bo called ideal lleinrich Con ricd in Leslies Monthly Magazine Soldiers Beds The beds used by the soldiers of Germany nnd llussia ore simple matI sia until recently the soldiers slept with their clothes on on camp beds but now the ordinary beds are be ing put into usetime result of asso elation with more civilized coun tries After this it cannot be doubted that the French soldiers laid isI the best of all He has n wood or iron bedstead a straw beta wool mattress sheets n brown woolen coverlet and an extra quilt for cold weather Thus tho bets of the Ironch soldier is time softest of all soldiers beth ns the bed of the French peasant is acknowledged to be the bet of all in European coun tries Telephone WIno Tub The watering of wino or adultera tion of many liquids or even solids is infallibly told by the telephone in the novel method of M Maneuvricr of Paris Two glasses one contain ing the wine to be tested and the other time same quantity of wine known to be pure arc placed on nn implement resembling n pair of scales The telephone is in contact with both liquids and if both arc pure no sound is heard but if 0110 contains water the telephone sounds until n pointer id Jloc to such a position on n dinl that the conductivity of the liquids is equalized Time number indicated on the dial is then read when reference to n pre viously prepared chart shows the ex act amount of water London Globe Paraffin Paraffin has its uses and abuses according to the authorities in New York The board of health a peoplmonthsa the wax on the ground that the par nffin covered the stomach with a thin coating and produced indigestion Now an appropriation Las been ask cd to for time exterior of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with n thin shell of parallln to vent the disintegration of the slop by water The Egyptian obelisk Central park was so treated n years ngo and Grants tomb was re cently covered with paraflinJVhielt is impervious to moisture and resist the action ofacids She Turned the Table Lady Unndolph Churchillwas electioneering in England at one time in behalf of Mr Ashmcad Bartlett One bold elector whom she trying to secure hinted tha if I Indies would imitate tho fa mous Duchess of Devonshire they would have no difficulty in securing votes Time duchess in one memora ble canvass gave a kiss for each doubtful vote Lady Churchill con sidered for a moment and then said demurely Thank you so much Ill suggest that idea to Lady Bur dettCoutts Ito elector laughed remembering that Lady Burdett Coutts is over eighty years old London Ambulances London is curiously behind New York in the matter of its accident service None of tho mayeused in New York Injured parsons arc carried to the hospitals in two wheeled hnndbarrows propelled by one or two policemen I arc only two or three horse ambulances privateThereintroduction of such vehicles into time hospital service An Odd Mistake Twentyfive tons of molasses were railroad water tank nt Falrpoiut 0 in mistake for water thowntcr spec nnd molasses car being mixed Several locomotives took water before tho error was dis covered but none of them got ver far stray before the heat in the boilers began to make tatTy out o I the molasses and tho engines wcro rendered useless Working Night unit lay TJo Laciest and mightiest little thing that was over undo la Dr 1ITngv pills change weakness Into strength list Ie snem limbo energy trninfag into mental power Theyre wonderful building up the health Only 25o pe box Sold by The Jackson Drug Co William t7 JJrynn exalted at tho White House lust Saturday and ob tamed a reneirniof Mr Hoospvolts 1 subscription to the Commoner it II Hrti tally lectured A case canto ht light tint for persist ant nnd unmerciful torture has pOI lisps peter licen equaled Joe Gulu Lick of CulUBii Cnllf wrlllhlrur 10 yens 1 oiul ured iiiiiiiirvrablepnln from Kheumatlfin aid imhlnp relieved nil though 1 tried rcrythlng Inoivn 1 cviniu aoroM Eleotna Hitters and Itp the Rrenliet iiiidiolne on Perth for Hint trouble A few bullies of ft com pletely relieved mind cured mo Duel good for llvpr anti Kldnuy Itcnbltfc mist 1rnllhhllll Only COc Set Mnction gun rnutcrd liy Time Jiicksuu Drug Co Fire in Lit Sterling Firo broke out in time basement of Enochs store Thursday night nt Mt Sterling burning Knochs by Oldhatn Bros Co and other buildings up to und including tho Masonic temple The loss will amount to several thosnmltlol1all1 No Moro Stomach Troubles All stomach trouble Is rr moved by the use of Kodol Ij1III m Cure It gives the itoinnch ptrftct rout by di getting what you pat without tho ttuini ch8nd Time food builds up the body the rot rfstoroa the stomach to health You dont have to diet your melt uhpn taking Kodul DyipepMa Cu e J I Kr kine of Allunvllle lIch MYtor + ull red Heartburn and Slom clrtroiiVle for souse limp My alsteriuUw Inn hud time Mlllt trouble anti was not abo to eat for six weeks She 11 red cntlnly on wurm water After tiikint two bottles of Kodol DrpfpIaCure she WB + entirely cured She nest eats heartily nuJUU in good heahli 1lun glad to I- KndtlllIIo me instant relief SHU hI- M S Crain The Innn Wood Lot Just now then Is a demand for tfm her of nearly nit kinds anti mutiny farmers are xollluj cvcrytlitnR they have that Is mnrkotnhUx Thin tllin want cases n very unwise policy The wood lot should be n part of ev cry well conductol farm cud It prop erly treated mny be made n very prof itable jtart There Is nothing tobo trade M n rule by kwplus trees utter they have rpnchoJ uinturlty OR then they will soon bvsiii to deteriorate but It Is decidedly iwor policy to Bacrlllco tho best young trees mrrvly bccniua some one offfw n good price for them Timber rallies are not likely to shrink and the farmer anti the rest of the world will used lumber and fire wood ns much ten or twenty years from now ns they do today and more Cor Farm Journal Vnlnr of U i lrnlrnlnntlfU- ndcrdralunKO requires an expend turn of no llttlo time nnd monty anti to many farmery looks lIke burlwl cup blab but the experience of those who have done west along this line goes to Investmenteground that was previously too wet to work has been Known to pay oil the expenses Incurred Cor American Ag riculturist Tonic to tho System For liver troubles and con tipatoi llellIttse1Pills They do not weaken time stain cob Their notion upon the lyitem II mild pleiisant and harmless Doli NsItlsers do their work All other pills J have used gripe and make me sick In Dserl be the lungioucht relief Thep are simply perfect Persons traveling retcarry Sold by 11 S Grain n ten Watterson Xetters Jon Europe Will be A Leading Feature of The QourierJourijal burii 1905 THERE WILL HE MANY OTIIEI ATlIlAOriVU DEtUUTAIENTS ALT- a GOING TO HAKE A COMPLEFE NEWSPAPER Hfiiil Jlut IftCOUIIIEKJOUHNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Hy n special arrangement you cnn vet time BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS and the UOUIUERJOURNATrboth one year tor on- lyX126 nulyAllton inuit be sent Ihrouclr The News ufilco I i DAYBROSf 1 COMPANY 0 Wholesale and Retail c r have the most complete stock of f Vrr GENERALa 3JF tNM- y h4 MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson consIsting of I 1 elwlo I Iv 91 GI =6 CoiOf I c 1 ir N f olSt 4 i q- 1 f Y iI QWiti 6 riI tfJJqt 2 E 4 fseaofurr 4ft- J d t Ms Mr t=t t iII V I I Ys0 S tQeSf r i I 1 Wo have tlio jinCSt line of Slues in East jotLf 4 orn Kentucky Our tmens shoes life of the latest 3i1jf1 For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery GoodsaDepartment is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who i Yi can show you tJl The Latest Style Hats iIt direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS7 J In all tf j t Freshfrom j ix If you need any House Furnishings rr FURNITURE n We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit I A t every body Come and see us ourr d r v i j 1If1 RnuuuinnlraPrices I 1 11111111111111IIIHHIIIIIIillllnIIIIiii11111 IIIIiii 11IIIl1iIIIIItill 1111111111111111 UIIIIIIIIF r r- 11111I I I DAYSROS f J tI fi 1 COMPANY a iJ 3 j Jackson Kejlu Y4 Ii 110 raatf t The Breathitt News Published livery Kridny Local and Personal Stop with Hart Jlros tit Reed hotel when in Loxin lon Mrs W H Day of Frozen was in town Monday Pearl Combs loft today on a biwi neSs trip to Hazard IXK C Hurst of Klkatuwa was In Jackson Wednesday 4moob Hounshcll of Clay Hole vwnq hmo on business Monday John Walts is soiling out his stock of rubber boots and shoes lit cost Take advantage of ono of our newspaper combinations while t thoylast Miss Carrie Hose Of Hncl Green has been visiting friends hero the past week Ktlwtml Hensloy of Itoussoau lufu Thursday morning for Okla linen City Oklahoma iMiss Margaret Crawford return ed Tuesday from Simpson where she had been visiting relatives 0 I Hurst spent several days JiiSt week in Mt Sterling visiting this daughter Mrs Lawrence Jonex Tuesday anti Wednesday nights were the coldest nights of the sea- Son tho temperature going down to Utro John Watts deals in nil lands of feedstuff such as hay corn ship stuff etc which he will deliver anywhere in town left Hounshcll and his son Tom have rented the old Jim Cope farm on Kruxcn from L Parrott for this year TliQ public school house nOII Hcndricks was burned last Saturn day night Supposed to bo tho work of an incendiary Ambrose Garvin Arnult infant son of 11nnd Mrs U IL Arnett of Hundricks died January 18- thbflCtor an illness of three days 4 Hoard of Supervisors hits in session during tho wcolI hearing complaints of those whose lists had been raised at their last meeting Ram A Y Ilcutic of Spring Gall Mo was here during tho weqlc looking over the Lees Institute getting ideas about building a school at l ors tho Mo Lawson Noble Jr of Noble I has moved to Jackson Ito re turned recently from Oklahoma but came back sick and with not a Very good opinion of that country D II Arnett of Hcndricks passed through here Monday on Jjiis way to Lexington whore ho n deal with some Ohio parties for the sale of some walnut logs pont hesitate to send in an item which will bo of interest to your friends TUB NKWS wants ypvcry item which will be of inter csL to any subscriber Thomas l1 Davidson of Wo burn was in town Tuesday on business Mr Davidson hits liar chased u house and lot from A S Johnson and will soon remove to townI Rev l1 W I liner and wife of Qamargo came up Thursday Mr Miner will conduct quarterly acct inghcro next Sunday two services morning and evening at the Methodist church J I i Caleb Fletcher of Frozen Wits yhcro Monday on business Ho is Preparing to movo to Nicholas vile Wo ore sorry to have kin- Jnvo us but think he will do lik- w Cjrriost all others do that leave out county return1 A C Itussoll of Clay Hole WIS hero this week and renewed his subscription to TUB NEws also ritojLho Courior Journal Mr Uus iJsoHi9 one of our best citizens and has been a subscriber to our pa per since its Hrst issue Miss Mary Irvine is the guest pf Mrs Kato Head this week She expects to leave hero Saturday I and after visiting her old friend rrs1tattio Gotr at Indian Fields I andother friends inLexiiigton- r XsjiQwijI go topling i icon tOle- btr i brother 1- Z A I1is l1l 1 ii r1 p I lIHlTTdN OETS LIFE TEUMf Time case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs William Hritton at Lexington was given to tho jury Friday night tufd time report came just as Tin NEWS goes to press that ho has been given n lifo sentence for time murder of James Cockrcll Indicted In Iuyutto Court The grand jury of Fayctlo court ty on lust Wednesday returned verdict against Alex Hargis James Hargis Ed Callahan Elbert Har gin mind Jesse Spicor charging thorn with conspiracy in time mur der of James Cockrell hero in July 190J J Waller Marshall chief of detectives of Lexington came up Thursday to serve tho batch warnmts but time defendants claimed they were in custody of James EdwunlII Justice of this C Peace under tho stone charge Maishall returned to IvOxington Friday evening hilt the defendants arc still here Marrlngos John Stamper and Helen Miiler of ItousMMUt were married lust Thursday John It M Hack and Miss Nan nie Stidlmm both of Stevenson were married Thmsday Tiuilbee fc Co Out shy Urldire Tnulbcc el Co wcro awarded privilege of collecting the toll Ill tho Jackson bridge for the next year bcgining February 1st at tho price of J4 020 they being the highest bidders There were ton other bids arranging from Sif 00 up to time above number lUUTHS Born to Mr and Mrs A L Hagins January 14thn lino boy Horn to Mr and Mrs G W Flconor a son M L Conloy superintendent of the O d K railroad is the proud father ofII son Wo can wish him nothing better than that ho may grow up to bo a lira nUcn tloman curd business manager as his father Why People go to ChurchI Close observers of human na ture have assigned numerous and varied reasons why people go to church but hero is ono that conies pretty near covering the field Some go to weep while others go to sleep somo go to tell their woes others go to show their clothes some go to hear the preacher others like tho solo scrcccher boys go to reconnoiter girls go because they ortcr some go for reflection precious few to hole collection lIIB sum Little Hcrjha Whitakcr is very sick with spinal meningitis George Hack is on tho sick list this week Mrs OA Myers who has been confined to her roam for several days with erysipelas is convales cent Little Lizzie Sowoll only child of Thomas L Sowoll has been very low with spinal meningitis Very little hope of lieu recovery is entertained HarcumFlanory Wedding At tho homo of Mrs Abrelia Marcum on Ilighlandstrcet Win chester at two oclock Wednesday evening Miss Nellie Marcum daughter of tho late J H Marcum and Mr James 11 nile 1 stepson of Capt John Tafpy of this city were married by the Rev J It Savage of tho Methodist church Tho wedding was a quiet and beautiful homo affair witnessed by rel atives and intimate friends of th- Imppy couple The bride th lii thilllIt Mr curd Mrs J H Marcum and now in her twentieth year is a lovely young woman hoefriends all who have the pleasure of her aciuaintnnce Mr Firmer I has for several years been living in tho wet Isis strong personalty 1tool indomitable energy were promptly recognized and he pros pered in his now field even beyond his expectations After the cera near the happy young couple to for their future homo at Fargo North ITalwln where Mr Flancry has a responsible and lucrative position SunSentinal The Legislature is still in session with no prospect of an early n jqiirnment No argument has been fuelled in regard to tho site for fllunttw Capitol W +yaaa j A NEW TEN COMMANDMENTS These ere tho now commandments tenWhich wives now make for mar Tied mo- nlUcmcmber that I am thy wife Whom thou must cherish all i2Thollson at night When lodges clubs or friends illitcI3Thou shalt not smoke jndoors or out Or chow tobacco round about iThou shalt with praise jcccive my hues Nor pastry made by me despise 611y mother thou slmlt strive- to And please let lice live with us in case I Remember hubby tis thy duty clear To dress me well tho eu- r7lhou th1ouuhoutj shalt in a and meek Give me thy wages every week 8Thou shalt not bo a drinking man Hut livA on tho prohibition plan UThOlJ shalt nbGllirt but must allow Thy wifesuch freedom anyhow loThollshnl1 stet up when the CIiesIAnd try time child to tranquilize These my commandments from day to dujIThou shalt implicitly obey Finn Station for jIIICIIIThe L K railroad company will erect a lino depot at Torrent in place of tho ono destroyed bIlire last wcck limo contract for the lumber has boon let General Manager Hair says that this will be the finest depot on tho road when completed It willcost 2fiOO An Efficient Stenographer Miss Mabql Osbornc daughter of Judge Odborne of Cynthiana has accepted position as stenog srapperHack Miss Osborno is an efficient and popular stenographer baring been the court reporter in tho JcttWhite trial at Cynthia findI Mr Hack is to bo congratulated on securing her services MooreJohnson Nujillals John Moore of Hushs Branch was in town on business Tuesday and Wednesday and tho weather mans prediction ofn cold wave reminded him of time truthfulness of the old maxim that it is not good to bo elope and he called at tho Clerks ollico and procured n marriage license to wed Miss Nancy Ann Johnson an estimable young lady of Huckhorn TUB NKWS wishes them happias and prgs polity Fell Front an IeC E TmlnIAnce Collier of this place residing near tho bridge anti a con doctor oh the L Eo railroad fell from a moving freight train near St lichens Mpnday morning and sustained broken arm and a deep cut on tho left side of his face Tho wounded man was taken to Lexington and placed in n hos pitalwhere his wounds were attended to Tho occident resulted front Collier stopping nn some loose coal on tho tender of tho en gino as ho climbed from it to a car Time chunkof coal turned and ho lost his footing IInd tho train been going faster ho would probably immure been killed Tho Header1 Magazine publishedeannouncesea that is sure to bo widely rend in Kentucky anti Indians in the fol owing bulletin CALEB TOWEK3 The most pathetic figure in tho political and criminal history of our times arrested five years ago charged with the murder of Senn tor Gocbcl Kentucky convicted r sentenced to bo hanged now in tho Louisville jail awaiting a now conIt where ho himself was when Goo bel wns shot how tho web tightened about him when he tried tocscapc time strongest card played by tho prosecution his wrest imprison 1ment etc The chief actor in the great Kentucky tragedy writes his story for The Reader Magazine February number t t f ilf A Watches CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and all kinds of first class Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR f JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY LtllIt n Uncle Ben Iligstnir to Leave Ts Uncle lien HigstafF has just returned front the Confederate I loam for tho old soldiers ho being one of Morgans men and one of the original 04 Ky Ho has often been urged to accept tho place of Chap lain at time hone but never until- ecently wanted to consider time matter for ho is wedded to his work in Hreathitt where he huts so long and has made so many warm true friends From exposure in doing his work here health is very much impaired and on account of his ill health and feeling n desire to be where can accomplish most in working for tho cause of Christ ho has ac cepted tho place with time under standing that if he likes the place and they like him he will remain otherwise ho will return in the spring to his first love if his health will permit and ho fools it is Gods will- Hcforo accepting tho place of Chaplain ho went down and spent days inspecting tho keno andsays that among tho large number of men there ho found very few grumbles nmlnil of thorn seemed to be very happy well satisfied lIe found the home in good condition everything neat anti clean splendid beds well furnished with plenty of nice cover and clean linen Ho was pleased with tho way they are fed the cookedrhad a scat at the table by Miss Cora Powers who is kindly re membered by many friends in Jackson Ho was especially pleased with tho way time invalids are cared for in tho hospital division dainty and nourishing food being served to them anti everything so well arranged for their comfort Undo Ben will enter upon his duties there time first of February Ho returned via Louisville to see his old friend Cal Bennett Young We regret to lofJ3 Undo lien but feel that ho is right in going where ho can bo more comfortably situ muted ADVI3KTISKD rlJTTI5Il LIST List of unclaimed matter advertised by Daniel n Mural postmaster ni Jackson Ky January 21 cud sent tq the send totter oflico nt Washington D 0 for thn week ending February la 1005 linker Jolm Oombi Lewis Franklin 0 1ti JIIIIUOII Jucrelln Martin Everett Mitchell F II UioliardsoMj Dani Tiilnin tt HniioWill Chair WT Dear Misi HesIu llammnclc R d Jackson Allred- aIOistelieoui Joint Miller Pullli Smuthers James Wilder John k I IE A FREE PATTERN 1your own telcptlon to every sub tcrlber Oust 20 cents a year M CALJS I MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE A rem betmrul colored ftUit Utttf- AiKlonii dretsmAVInf ecwiomlei i fancy work I household hint I fiction ole hub Ib 1 Hiy orsend yC Ior Inert copy Lady agtoti wanted Send or terms Reliable Simple tip to date Economical rerfootFUUnff Paper Patterns l tM5CALL PATTERNS All Seams 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MKTWBKN LEXINGTON ASI ST LOUIS Only tile clmnce of cars between Lexington and tho West VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Write for Information T W CREWS T P A l HI E Main St LKXIXOTOV KY W H Henderson Ayres Street OPJI Iou Ollice LEXINGTON KY DEALt tt IX Grain Seeds Feed f Wheat Rye Hurley Outs find Corn Clover rimiiliy Millet Kentucky Hlnu Grnim Orchard Gritss Hungarian ICed Top Etc Hay Straw Hill Feed1 Caleb Powers The chief factor in tho great Kentucky tragedy TELLS HIS OW STORY tho first time Ifot exclusively in READER MAGAZINE AT ALL NEWS STANDS J I fi I tiII Ladies Fine Shoes oj t No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes r FOIL SALE BY AaP Crawford Co Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN E3HOEThe Bost on Earth RICE SBE5OO PRICE For Sale By DAY BROS 00Jaellsol iegtueky 1 FOR SALE ItPmo bred Golden Bronzo Turkeys White Pckin Ducks Cornish Indict Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching I in season Place your orders early Our eggs fire guaranteed to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated pure bred fowls OVR PRlcE5 ARE RIJIT u MMHagms GUARDhealth by using PURE JOItr only The most health preparation is flour tho most I Hour is HANSFIELDS lBEST PATENTA Mountain Lily Milled b water power from tho very boat selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically pore feet Wo say MANSFIELDS is tho finest flour math but wo dont expect you to take our word for it Wo DO ask you howovor to try just ono sack Wo know it will bo enough to make you a firm fast friend of MANSFLELI FLOUR IlJuY from your Sroccryman I K C MANSFIELD SON II ROSSLYN KY I Sond your name and address on I n 8tnt card to tine Now York Tribune Farmer New York City for n free sample copy After reading it forward 81 to THE NEWS anttwo will send both pa pore for a full year PRICES Foil c LOWER UQuilt ccQitJcrJ Iba ssy other Needles Oil Repairs FOR ALL MAKES AT SINGER STORE Needles for all makea of machines oo por package Southeast corner Main and Uroadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT Y in TRAVEL Mean- sj1erderoj6t I oute jtrot Reclining Chair Cart on all Grain tetwcen t LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUISiColonist and Jfcome seekers Kates to the West andI- SDulltwII I If you contemplate a trip or a slinice t of location In the near future UET THE HENDERSON ROUTS HABIT It It the comfort line and a comfort train In traveling ii always a good habit to acquireIAt least give us the opportunity bf naming you rates Vo have the equip ment the train icrvlce the free hale cart and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT L J IRwIN GKO L GAKBKTT Gen Passenger Alt TraY Paucoycr Ak HENDERSON ROUTE r Louisville Ky i o jHH t tr n e fAN ANTITOXIN FOR FATIGUE l I Should the development of tho study at toxins and render r possible the ofan antibody oapablo of neutralizing tho zeeults of muscular fatigue the con sequences could hardly be icloJ ITet a German investigator seriously claims to liavo taken moro than one I step in thia direction already and publisbe results that arc at last surprising Weichardt llunchcncr Mcdiini sche Wochenschrift Nov 29 1904 Fays he has obtained a stable nnti toxin which when taken by the mouth in moderate doses permits the output of an increased amount of muscular energy without fatigue und when taken continuously comes i augment i Itcians as a promising analeptic for t r y etcII from horses by injecting them with J fatigue toxin produced in tho mus i cles of animals that have been sub jected to extreme muscular exhaus H i tionMedical Hecord t i to Not Worth the Price Amessenger boy who takes very i literally tho statement in our Dec d laration of Independence that nil I men nre boril free cud equal walked q into Senator Depews presence the f Iother day with A note which ho J threw down before tho senator with scant ceremony Sir looked a little surprised but he said noth ingHowever when the boy proceeded to drum upon the desk and hum an air from Woodland Hr Depew looked up with a frown and asked sternly f Young man do you think this is a music hull Yf The boy looked about tho room contemptuously I gueee not he said I wouldnt pay a quarter to come in herea New York Prose Rooivelt and a Polfo man I Jacob Bits hat been tolling about some ol JThiodpra ROOTQIt1 ex periences ai police commissioner in 1Ne York On one occasion an oBi cer was charged with drunkenness yhilc on dullHe appeared bafor the co witheloyon chil drens all dressed up for tho occa sion When asked what he had to repliedMr dren They haTe no mother That is all I have to soy lir III Will sent back to duty with a caution Later Mr ROO TaU learned that the officer was not oren married but had borrowed the children But the experience did him good for he is I nowa captain and rated as among the most efficient officers on the force Sinews of War rThe Corbin tells the following with reference to a mem ber of tht militia oIa northern state taking part in the army ma neurons at 3 anulu The guards man was ooo day making heroic ef 4 forts to got away with his first ra tion of army beef A follow soldier walking near him stopped to watoi with some amusement tho attempt of the northerner to masticate tho meat Whafs tho matter Bill rasked 110Ob nothin much was diggustcd1iegardlug he held in his hand the Yankee add ed Now I know what people mean when they talk about the sinews of var t 1si A Striking Simile Tho originality of some of your is very very refreshing Euglielunan tions ifAs I was standing at one of subwayinapparently had gone through the de experience of being part of a J ost ng energetic crowd His companion asked him Well how do you feel now after going through tho tunnel P I feel as the porker must feel answered the man pushing a dents out of his hat who has just been forced through a sausage skin u KrugerLproperty lot by President Kruger when ho died were inventoried One bottlo of snuff ono tall silk hat one black car tube various psalm books a largo Bible six smaller Bibles eight button decorations a purse sororoigmione ono Trajj yaal shilling and ono stra- wht Inwayt is a recognized classic would it not ba well to find better words than 1t exit and entrance Tho pasangca to and from the subway should log dea11 be the Jnway and the out llpaechLocal Night Wim Her Terror I would cough nearly nil tight long writes Mrs diaries Applegute of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumptltui so bad tnat if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines felled three 1100 bottles of Dr King New Discov ery wholly cured me nnd I gained 58 pounds IRa absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Cold La Grippe Bronchitis and all Thrust and Lung o Troubles Trice COo and f1 00 Trial bottles freu at the Jackson Drug Co b s 5 n t A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmcr and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose rePutationas- a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every 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 li r THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSj BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARM R AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Kentucky 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 Wlatr Ac Layera Winter eggs I believe to be the most pro table footer of the poultry busi ness Bays a Kaw York correspondcut of Amtriwn Agriculturist Tbs boot way to stenr thom Is by hatchinG win ter chickens from winter laid eggs In no other way can we breed from win ter layers and breed from them at tbelr best JnmpUln For Ponltrr- rumpklns art not to IJ despised us poultry 104 when birds are kleeelyy h oiM 1m wiatar A pumpkin halT 4 cad kmf a ateM UM wall wlU faratah froa fllUajT and U attest to tin rind In abort order irbou other raoretetnpF tag grew itaC U lacking Tao Winter Colt The winter calf arrer weaning should be given a variety of fodder with outmoal cornmeal and fine feed- and sktmmllk If them is any to spare A Dairy Pointer Freezing will preserve milk but at the samo time It leeks up the butter fat Extreme cold Is as detrimental as extreme heat to buttermabing Skim Milk For IIg Twelve quarts of skimmed milk will make a pound of growth In n shot It will require four pounds of torn to make the game growth The Dreeain Pew As a rule a tow should be allowed to farrow two or three UmM bofor It la safe to conclude as to her excellence aa a breeder Corn Fr Mean Com when fed to the hens by itself has n tendency to fatten rather than produce tho most profitable egg laying Cora o Sheep No eurer cause of catarrh eclats than crowding wet sheep luto close quay ters V No Pity Shown IIIur years fate was after mo con lIe uou lj writes F A Oulledge Verbena Ale I hada terrible case of Iita causing 24 tumors When all felled llucklen Arnicn Salvo cured me Equally good fur Burns and all aches and palnes Only 25cat The Jackson Drug Co- neaovaling Ylvlecn Scour with a mlxtur of alcohol and ether equal parts and dry in tho sun Hang goods In the bathroom turning on the steam and letting the suit hang In It for hours not touching until old and dry PoIUblng Knlre When cleaning knives mix a tiny bit Of carbonate of soda with the bath brick oq the knlfeboard They will pol ish much more easily A nice small Farm In Lee county for tale The Larkin Stamper place on the head of Bear Creek Nice dwelling good storehouse cribs andbarn never tailing water well fenced Price rea sonable and terms easy For partlcu Ian apply to SAM JETP- Winchester Ky See S D Flee nor for bargains In clock A line 8 day mantle clock for 160 Outers sell the some clock for 250mi8tforor 1 r r HINTS FOR FARMERS How to Kill rig Some butchers Etunplpi before stick ing them Whether the animal Is stunned or not It should be laid on Its back where It la held until stuck says Amer ican Cultivator Then one men stand ing astride the body with his fret close against Its sides Iud holding Its front legs can easily control it while the other dOte the sticking The knlf nar row straight bladed eight Incbm long to Inserted Into the bogs throat after makfeig an Inttolon through the skis Just in front of the braUione The point of the knit le directed toward Uie root of the taU and held exactly in HM wU the bftckboM When the knit baa been ma late the throat idx or rifht IMbM the depth depending ou the size of the hog it should be- given a quick turn to ooo silo and withdrawn TJw arterica that are to be ctrt run dOdO together Just Inside bt the breastbone and will both bo cut when the knife Is turned provided It is sharp on both nidcn of the point A pig killed in this way will die in a vary few ralnnies and will bleed out thoroughly The Care of Honey A cellar Is one of the very worst places that can be found for storing honey There are few cellars In which the air is not somewhat damp and aa honey readily attracts moisture the drier and warmer the storehouse the hotter In a damp cellar extract honey becomes thin and will often ferment and with tomb honey tic case Is still worse for the appearance fs well as the quality is changed writes A lien wood In Epltomlat The beautiful whlto surface becomes watery auJ darkened drove of water gather ou Iho cuppings and run over tho surface In steed of keeping houey In a damp ceI lar keep it dry and warm In fact al most hot It will not be too warn with the temperature at 100 degrees Whero salt will heft dry honey Is safe If ono Is fortunate enough to have n dry warm garret next the roof no bttter place for honey can be found Speedy Relief A salvo that hfiflU without a tear U HeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No rem edy effects such speedy relief It draws out Inflammation loothei cures and heals all cuts burin and bruises Astir cure for rlland ikln dlinatei DM Witts li the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Howara of counterleils they are dangerous Sold by MS Grain Proper tliv Corn Land Xow Is tlu time to select the piece of laud you contemplate growing emu odder ou next season anti spread tho nwuiure from your barns on It Uils Inter In Ui spring the decayed manure throws off heat and causes the roots to penetrate deep Into the soil which If properly cultivated will assure you an abundant crop of foddor Partners Advocate Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Glean the phlegm draws out the In flammation and heals and foolhea the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Soldby M S Grain o Iit4O I rI a y r Job Printing Remember TUB Nuws is pro pared to print letterheads note heads bill lfeads itatcments envelopes cards labels receipts invitations and all kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasona blo prices Compare our work with that turned out by any job office and 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747 Natural Bridge 801 Stanton 828 Clay City S7- Wliichester 023 Ar Lexington lp10 East Bound Na a dray ex SunJay IM Iv Lexington 225 Winchester 810 Clay Oily 356 Stanton 4 00 Natural Bridge 435 Torrent 440 Beattyvllle Jun 511 0 A K Junc 611- ArJacktnn 616 NoI flatly Ib Sunday 225 280 820 847 401 UO 489 520 605 No A Daily Ux SundayAM 745 825 913 923 961 1008 1029 1126 1130 Not 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel Oily and points on Ohio A Kentucky Hallway Division dally ex cept Sunday NOl 11111112 connect at L 8 E Juno lion with Oheitpoake A Ohio for Mt Sterling and local politic Trains Nea 1t 2 connect at Realty villa Junction with L4 A for fleshy villa 1 K liana Gen Mgr Cuss SCOTT 01 A OKRYEffective East Round Vest Bound STATIONS AU AR rif it AM tr PH IT 930 235 Jackson 1120 800 925 330 OAK Juno 1126 83 843 153 Wllhurtt 1152 417 RSO 152 Hamilton 1153 4W 750 128 Tpt Oily 1223 61P 741 122 Helechawa 1228 6JP 715 106 Cannel City 1215 545- AM LV ru LV rir A i ru AR Westbound Passenger Train connects at 0t K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Paunnger Train connects at O A K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 520 and Lex ington at 605 rm- M Li COXLXT Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18th 1004 No 5 No 6 Arrive Len PM A M StatlonaIC 15 Lt E Jackson 6 25 GOO Healtivllle Jct 7 30 4 50 Kealtyvillo 7 45 4 SO Heldelburg 80 81 Irvlno GO 2 16 Richmond 10 20 4- No4Nol Nos Noe P M p M A 1 00 P M Irvine 2 35 11 A M 1155 810 Itlohmond 345 000 I 1124 7 40 Valley View 4 15 014 1100 7 10 Nleholasvllle 4 43 0 55 1015 0 31 Vrsailles 635 7 M 7 40 3 50 LouIiTllle 815 1040 ty Ly Ar Ar HR Smith G F A PA- Verialllei Ky BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown nnd Lexington Trap tion Joinpnny Cue lave Lexington for Purls every hour from 6 a m to 7 pm and alB p m LeaTe Purls every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p nf Single rare 40 conic Leave Loinjton for Georgetown ev err hour from 7la in to 1 p in except 11 a m Ip m8 p m and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p in except 10 n nr12 m and 7 and 9 p m Y ALEXANDER President FARM FOR SALT Ito acre 2 inllei touch of Indian Fluid known a+ a part of the Indian Old Field A house with 7 rooms cistern at the dour wllh all the other necessary out btiildliigg one stuck barn one tobacco barn sufficient to hold 4 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient The farm Fi woll watered and fenced There It a nice young orchard of something over 100 apple tree In bearing leleuted fruit call on or address me at Indian Fields Ky G W ALLEN +I hare sever l hundred deeds recorded during my term of odlco as County Clerk These aro vnluablu to wouldbeand take them out J Wise Ilsglns srstx4r C r tLaalirp P CR WFORB JFffiES BRoP NY p F CYO 5 01 Look Before ittJ JtavT 2ou Purchase v F Say did jou know we had till rcET cile Of QOODs I fl JOUfl downRcustomer and pleasure to soil kindof merchandise we hayo i- tSHOES 7 = r All Math to tit troll and wear tvollnobby and dressy adas foranyprice Ask any hidy in town whore to buy your Dress Goods and Notions f Tho verdict is unanimous Truly your friends AI PICOL Jacksonaenluckg r IIL sssI A 555assca52s2N1OY0FlIiAlFOltl hlrrVice i iJackson I Paid up Capital still Surplus 2650000 I e e e a I Wo solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of III Lumber Manufacturers f m Timber DenIers Business Men- Merchants f 1 m Farmers 1 1 I Eastern Kentuckyand ofTur our Customer s jThroughont tho most AL TERMSWithin the limits of legitimate b ai CBIm = = = d d d COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY s I5UJ2sa a sa a a aS2 sMa7 r r- r Rio secure tho bast results r for your mono adusrtiso in th- o2rectEI c County Tfe iJthe bost modium by which to roach all tho mountain Irado V ofj i anjlpapor in roathrI oJ I 7f JUStness Is young man or young woman who would win success iu ticIThis being conceded it is of first importance to gel your training at the school that stands iu the very front rank The Bryant Stratton Business College N E Corner Second and Walnut Sic LOUISVILLE KY n Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Seven experienced teachers each ono a specialist in his line I Writo for a beautiful book uivinj testimonials from graduatow OCCM pyinjr prominent positions all over tho United States it will bo mailted to you FItEl School open all time year Students can enter at any tkiE J WRIGHT President BEST IIOTKL IN THE FUKKIlUaTOauJ PUO- UDiporCITY HOTEL S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON lIT GOOD LIVERY 3TABLE IN FIRST OLJ SS8U EICONNECTION R0011Sr Ko i I I j 11EDUCAfION ARLINGTON 01 DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAMf31OObottlDocWasiliumthtnetelvikheasfera0exta fltMIlO onT AT Tea UMSATttV er X C DeWITT fc COMPANV CMICAQO UJt 11 tFor Sale by M 5 CRAIN Jackson Ky 7 ftc I h1rIUJ r r J r